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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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VOLUNTEER FOR SUPER SUNDAY
ISRAEL NEEDS YOU NOW!
e Jewish FLORIDIAN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
4 Number 9
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday. March 1,1985
ntation UJA community to honor
bbi Sheldon and Fern Harr
, Price 36 Cents
nan Ostrau and David Jackowitz, co-chairmen
Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal
pgn in the Plantation area, have announced
ftbbi Sheldon Harr, spiritual leader of Temple
i, and his wife Fern, will be honored at a gala
at 11:30 a-m. Sunday March 10 at the
kt Harbor Beach Hotel, Fort Lauderdale.
linimum commitment of $250 to the 1985
Ifon-UJ A campaign is required for attendance,
[is $36 per couple.
i Harr has been very active in the general and
ommunity. He was elected Rabbi of Temple
Plantation, in the summer of 1976. The
nder Rabbi Hair's leadership, has grown to
ajor size, boasting a membership of some
i, women and children.
the interfaith community, Rabbi Harr has
ct Renewal Community, Kfar Saba, it a successful
I because Project Renewal Manager, Shlomo Yaffe,
People. Recently, we lost Shlomo to cancer.
vject'Rgtewal
ckerberg Gold
le. Fla-
[attended a special gathering held in Kfar Saba in
Dmo Yaffe. I would like to share with you some
i evening since I know how much you and those
kity who knew him admired Shlomo.
Response to the invitation for this evening was so
thering was held in the Sapir House main
kre was standing room only.
of Shlomo's achievements were emphasized.
Ind Professor Dan Suane spoke of Shlomo's
lities, insights and desire to meet the challenges
dents of Renewal neighborhoods. The head of
1dm. Zeev Almog, spoke of Shlomo's long career
kavy and his abilities as an outstanding com-
ad of the Rotary Club in Kfar Saba, Mr. Netzach
a very moving speech about Shlomo's
i principles of the Rotary and therefore to Israeli
the most moving and yet the shortest speech
Ir. Ya-ish Cohen, representing the residents of
Basically, he said, we lost a friend and a father.
ingsters from the neighborhood, who started to
~ result of a Project Renewal program, played
>n the flute at the start of the evening. This
'tousty a very gifted and talented musician with
1. It occurred to me, as he was playing, that
enewal, this talent would no doubt go to waste.
was a tribute to Shlomo who made, together
Jnities' efforts, Renewal possible,
the evening a special booklet was distributed
Sng along to you, together with the invitation.
" that the memory which we ail carry of Shlomo
I inspiration to all of us in our continuing efforts
T>Joct Renewal.
Sincerely,
YIGALBARKAN
Project Renewal, Israel Office
i JenaMleai 94IM. Israel 02-240779 02 240795
U*itcd Jewish Appeal
f Aawricaa, New YWfc, N.Y. MMM (212) 757-1500
served as president of the West Broward Religious
Leaders Fellowship. Harr currently serves as a
board member of: The Urban League of Broward
County, The Broward Chapter of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews and Southeastern
t londa Holocaust Memorial Center.
In the Jewish community, Rabbi Harr has served
as president of the North Broward Board of Rabbis
He is currently a member of the National Chavurah
Committee of the Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
Fern Harr has been active in the Jewish com-
munity in her own right. Fern is currently teaching
adult education for the Broward County Schools at
the South Florida State Exceptional Student Center.
She is a member of the Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood
Continued on Page 8-
Rabbi Sheldon and Fern Harr
Prominent attorney to speak at Mar.
UJA dinner for the
12
Real Estate & Allied Trades Division
John Loftus
John Loftus, former Trial
Attorney for the Justice
Department'8 Office of
Special Investigations, will
be the guest speaker at the
March 12 UJA dinner on
behalf of the Builders, Real
Estate and Allied Trades
Division of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
Chairmen Mark Levy
and Richard Finkelstein
suggest that reservations
be made early for the event,
which will begin with
cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday March 12 at the
Marriott Harbor Beach
Hotel, Fort Lauderdale.
Mr. Loftus is currently in
private practice in a law
firm in Boston. While
working for the Justice
Department, he specialized
in Byelorussian Nazis.
After leaving his
government post in 1981,
Mr. Loftus wrote a history
of the Nazi smuggling
problems in America. After
his book, "The Belarus
Secret," was declassified by
the CIA, Loftus called the
television show "60
Minutes," which televised a
half-hour special segment
Continued on Page 3
Women's Division
Community Day
luncheon March 14
The Women's Division
annual "Yom KehiUah"
(Community Day) luncheon
on behalf of the Jewish
Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign, will be
held at 11:30 a.m. Thur-
sday March 14 at the
Plantation-Holiday Inn,
1711N. University Dr.
Dorothy Wildman,
chairperson of the lun-
cheon, stated that all
women who have made or
will make a minimum
pledge- of $72 to the
Women's Division cam-
paign, are invited to attend.
Guest speaker will be Lea
Rabin, wife of Israel's
Minister of Defense and
former Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin. Rabin lends
her patronage to a wide
variety of social and welfare
projects in Israel. In doing
so, she is continuing an
active involvement with
voluntary humanitarian
Continued oa Page 2-


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, March 1, 1W6
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Federation's Women's
Division sets annual
elections April 2
Esther Lerner has been nominated for election as president of
the Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. The Division's annual meeting, election and in-
stallation of officers and directors will take place at 1:30 a.m.,
Tuesday, April 2nd, at Pier 66.
Announcement of the entire slate of Nominees for 1985-86 was
made by Nominating Committee Chairman Ruth Eppy whose
committee included Anita Berman, Rita Bernstein, Gladys
Daren, Carolyn Gutman, Claire Socransky and Florence K.
Straus.
THE SLATE
President: Esther Lerner
Executive Vice-President of Campaign: Barbara K. Wiener
Campaign Co-Chairmen: Dee Hahn Alvera A. Cold
Community Relations Vice-President: Claire Socransky
Education Vice-President: Charlotte Padek
Leadership Development Vice-President. Florence K. Straus
Corresponding Secretary: Ruth Eppy
Recording Secretary: Lee Dreiling
Parliamentarian: Bess Katx
Nominating Committee Chairman: Gladys Daren
Liason Officer to Advisory Council: Anita Perhnan
PAST PRESIDENTS
FranSiadeU
Shirley Miller
Lois Mitchell
Bert Late
Evelyn Gross
Roslyn Entin
Sybil Brody
Celis Goldfarb
Min Gruman
Lillian Hirsch
Hildreth Levin
LIFE MEMBERS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Connie Abraham
Anita Berman
Beverly Berman
RRa Bernstein
MyraBiben
PolaBrodzki
Florence Cohen
Mickey Cohen
Hilda Edelman
Harriet Falk
Susan Feiss
Beatrice Fligelman
Hilda Goldmark
Barbara Goldstein
Sheila Greaitz
Carolyn Gutman
GnsHalem
Evalyn Kahnowitz
Miriam Klaimitz
Irene Kronick
Anita Perl man
Rebecca Hodes
MitchisLibros
Gladys Daren
Felice Prensky
Miriam Ring
Jean Shapiro
RebaShotz
Helene Soref
Ethel Waldman
Mimi Lazar
Barbara Le vine
Jo Ann Levy
Jo Ann M. Levy
Marsha Levy
Hilda Leibo
Lilian Marcus
Rose Mehlman
Mays Nathan
Jean Naurison
Terry Novick
Blanche Obletz
Amy Ostrau
Lois Polish
Dottie Sherman
Shirley Wainer
Roily Weinberg
Eva Wittcoff
Esther Wolfer
WOMEN'S DIVISION BYLAWS
Article IX Nominations and Elections (Board of Directors)
A. The names of the Nominating Committee shall be
published along with a statement that the Nominating Com-
mittee is accepting recommendations for nominees for office.
B. The Nominating Committee shall present to Women's
Division, a nominee for each elective position to be filled.
C. This list of nominees shall be presented to Women's
Division participants, by mail or publication, no later than
March.
D. If there are no further nominations by petition, the slate as
published, shall be considered elected at the open Board
meeting. The new slate shall assume office following installation
in the spring.
1. Petitions for additional recommendations to the slate
must be received by the Chair and Committee no later than
seven (7) days prior to the election.
The annual open meeting for Election and Installation of
Officers and Directors is scheduled for Tuesday, April 2nd at
11:30 a.m., at Pier 66. Installing Officer will be AniU Perhnan,
Chairman of the day is Alvera Ackarberg Gold.
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work which has occupiea
her through most of her
adult life.
Mrs. Rabin is a leader in
a variety of public
volunteer organizations in
Israel, particularly those
relating to the Army's
welfare activities and the
programs of the Council of
Working Women.
Wildman has pointed out
that this luncheon is a truly
community-wide event. She
hopes for a capacity at-
tendance of women sharing
the vision of life in Israel
with a commitment of a
least four-times "Chai"
four times $18 or $72.
Couvert for the luncheon is
$14.
Serving on the Luncheon
Committee are Karen
Boorstein, Barbara Levine,
Carole Skolnik, Madeline
Wall and Esther Wolfer.
Roz Entin is Women's
Division president, with
Barbara Wiener serving as
campaign chairperson.
Dee Hahn
Dee Hahn sparks
Oakbrook Village
UJA breakfast
Dee Hahn, Women's Division
UJA campaign co-chairperson,
was the guest speaker at Oak-
brook Villages' annual breakfast
on behalf of the Jewish
Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign.
The breakfast, which was held
by Oakbrook Village's Men's and
Women's Club, honored Paul
Langsam for his dedication to the
community.
Chairmen of the Oakbrook
Village UJA campaign are
Arthur M. Sakman and Jerry
[tesnick. The Honorable Samuel
Miller serves as chairman
emeritus.
Salzman and Reanick ex-
pressed their gratitude to Ms.
H*j for her inspirational speech
which led to an increase in
Podges. The chairmen also
thanked the following committee
members for their hard work and
dedication:
RuOy Bernstein. Fred biim *
Cooiht. Heartens Fsld. HyntsftVaek
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campaign chairperson
Litoff, who presented if
honorees Alvin aid L
Tendler for their cms*]
Jewish values. At left it I
Resnihoff, campaign odvis,
the Greater Margate Am\
campaign.
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Jerry Resnich (Uft), is pictured presenting an awoid tft
honoree Paul Langsam, for his dedication to the community'
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ry sparks Women's Division $730 luncheon
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Page 3
i Clary, well-known star
i and screen, and a sur-
[ the Holocaust, sparked
lomen's Division *730
X, held on behalf of the
frederation-United Jewish
campaign, with a moving
Vbout his experiences in a
ation camp.
rfheon. chaired by Pearl
i and Lisa Shulman, was
[those women who made
on pledge a minimum of
the Women's Division
Federation-UJA cam-
hincheon was so suc-
cessful," stated chairman Pearl
Reinstein. "Robert Clary really
made the difference.''
Shulman added, "To hear the
true testiment of a Holocaust
survivor, and how he overcome
his hardships, really is an in-
spiration to us all."
Clary discussed, in a very
realistic manner, the events
leading up to his capture.' the
feeling of fear in the Jewish
community during the SS reign
of terror. He detailed his three
years at various concentration
camps and told of the horrors
that the world must not now
forget.
7
COMING UJA EVENTS
GARDENS PHASE
' and Ben Bregman will
id for their dedication to
tallies at Oriole Gardens'
II annual breakfast on
bf the Federation-United
[Appeal campaign. The
t will be held at 10 a.m.
jMar.3 at the Phase II
jum. Federation director
ption. Abraham J. Git-
will speak. Chairing the
B at Oriole Gardens
! are Bernard Rudin and
Pleat. Serving as
' chairpersons are David
Hyman Kart and Esther
[ESS CHASE: The
rpress Chase community
^at 9a.m. Sunday Mar.
a Rally for Israel on
the Federation-UJA
At that time, Cypress
"dents Mr. and Mrs.
I Hecht. Mr. and Mrs.
B5 Mr. and Mrs.
["rich. Mr. Alfred A.
""famously) and Mr.
Narotsky will be
ihe breakfast will be
">e Sunrise Jewish
Center, 4099 Pine Island Rd.
Guest speaker will be Daniel
Cantor. Louis L. Yahm is
chairman.
OMEGA: Omega will hold a 10
a.m. Sunday March 3 breakfast
on behalf of UJA. The entire
Omega Condominium will be
honored for its work and
dedication towards UJA and
Israel. Emil Cohen, popular
entertainer, will be the guest
speaker. Chairing Omega's
campaign is Jerry Kaye. The
Omega community will also pay
tribute to Murray Rosenberg.
Rosenberg served as UJA
chairman until his death two
weeks ago. The event will be held
at Omega Clubhouse.
CONCORD VILLAGE: John
Shabel, Concord Village UJA
chairman, and Prank Rosen and
Bernard Smolen, co-chairmen,
have announced that Concord
Village will hold a breakfast on
behalf of the Federation-UJA
campaign at 10 a.m. Monday
Mar. 4 at the Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9101 NW 57 St.,
Tamarac. Guest speaker will be
Federation Board Member,
Daniel Cantor.
nt's Council is a
i of all Jewish women's
K"".of Greater Fort
r wh, ar* convening to
I cohesiv-------
"tomunity.
ve. concerned
The President's Council,
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish
Federation, has been reactivated
by Roslyn En tin. Women's
Division president.
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Polish, Pearl Remstem. chairman, Robert Clary,
Lisa Shulman, chairman, and Sheila Grenitz.
Bonaventure community raises
$115,000 at UJA dinner
! (left to right) are Dee Hahn. Women's Division UJA cam-
Ico-chairman, Robert Clary and Esther Lerner, Women's
n-UJA co-chairman.
Murray Chermak. chairman of
the 1985 Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at Bonaventure, has announced
that the community raised over
SI 15.000 at its annual dinner-
dance on behalf of the UJA.
The dinner-dance, held Feb. 2,
was co-chaired by Charlotte
Padek and Annette Kay. A
minimum commitment of $300
was required for attendance.
Chermak expressed his thanks
to his Bonaventure UJA co-
chairmen for a "wonderful job."
They are: Phil and Mickey
Cohen. Saul and Charlotte
Padek. Harold Kaufman and
Maxine Stein.
Highlighting the evening was
an inspirational speech delivered
by Brian Sherr, 1985 UJA
8 m/T.. US8ed how and where
UJA dollars are spent. A large
crowd at the Bonaventure
Country Club listened intently to
the needs of the North Broward
community and how UJA fulfills
those needs.
Chermak also thanked his
campaign committee for their
hard work and dedication.
Serving on the committee were:
Claudlne Assous. Nat Berens. Sylvia
Biumenthal, Bete Epstein, Milton and
Lenore Field. Bernard and Bessie
Goldberg, and Harry and Charlotte
Goldstein.
Also. Mac and Bea Heilig, Sheldon
and Annette Kay. Jules Krakower, Bert
Lane. Norman Levine. Phil and Toofs
Sacks. William Scheinberg, Milton and
Ruth Sperter, and Barbara Wiener.
Praise from an unexpected source
The following message community of Falashan
(in English translation) is Jews? It eminates from the
from an article entitled importance the Jew at-
"The Israeli Airlift" that taches to his Jewish
appeared in the January 5 brother ideologically and
Saudi daily nationally.
issue of the
Sharak-al-Awasat,
published in London:
'The reports dealing with
the Israeli airlift bringing
Ethiopian Jews from the
famine-stricken areas to
Israel have hurt the Arab
man-in-the-street and
raised his bloodpressure.
Not because of the secrecy
in which this operation has
been carried out, nor
because the Ethiopian,
'Revolution' has abandoned,
its revolutionary character
and its non-recognition of
the Israeli foe but
because of the preseverence
with which Israel, a
country in serious economic
trouble, has organized this
airlift for the transfer (to
Israel) of 25,000 Ethiopian
Jews in giant military
transport planes, in an
operation that must be
costing not less than five
million dollars.
"What is the source of
the Israeli's interest in this
Builders
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on the Nazi connection.
Loftus will discuss; "The
American Connection with
Klaus Barbie: His
Recruitment and
Emigration to South
America," as well as his
book.
A minimum commitment
of $260 to the Federation-
UJA campaign is required
for attendance. Couvert is
$60 per person. For further
information contact Janice
Saht at 748-8400.
"A Jew, even in
Eskimoland, is always a
Jew, and it is incumbent
upon 'the State of his
destination' to take an
interest in him and to take
care of him until he returns
to what is called the Land
of the Bible, where he will
enjoy its protection.
'The issue of the intrinsic
worth of the human being,
or his humanity that is
the source of their strength
. and the source of our
weakness."
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, March 1, 1986
Hold the DateSunrise Lakes
Phase I UJA breakfast March 13
Jack Rosenberg, chairman, has
announced that the Sunrise
Lakes Phase I community will
hold its annual gala evening on
behalf of the Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at 7 p.m. Wednesday Mar. 13 at
the Sunrise Lakes Phase I
Playhouse.
Guest speaker for the event
will be noted Israeli-American
humorist Danny Tadmore.
Tadmore will discuss the current
situation in the Middle East.
Co-chairing the Sunrise Lakes
Phase I UJA campaign is Nat
Goldman.
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Jack Rosenberg
Crystal Lake and The Meadows of
Crystal Lake to hold UJA
breakfast Sunday March 10
At 10 a.m. Sunday Mar. 10 the
communities of Crystal Lake and
The Meadows of Crystal Lake
will hold a breakfast on behalf of
the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal rmpigti The
breakfast will be held at the Deer
Creek Country Club. 2801 Deer
Creek Country Club Blvd..
Deerheld Beach.
Guest speaker for the event
will be Federation Board
member, Daniel Cantor. Cantor
will discuss his recent Mission to
Israel.
Chairing the Crystal Lake
campaign are Hyman Kaplan,
Morris Steinman and Frank
Welsh. Chairing The Meadows of
Crystal Lake UJA campaign is
Maxwell Finkel with co-chair
Philip Rubinstein. John Streng
serves as Northeast Area
campaign chairman.
High School
students to chair teenage
Super Sunday
Two Judaica High School
students have been named co-
chairmen of the 1985 teenage
Super Sunday Appeal March 17
at Tamarac Jewish Center. David
Orbach, son of Janice and Robert
Orbach of Sunrise, and Lisa
Needleman, daughter of Bernard
and Barbara Needleman also of
Sunrise, have been named to co-
chair this event. Orbach, an
outstanding student at the
Judaia High School of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, has had a long
history of volunteer work with
the Federation. He is the
recipient of a $1,000 scholarship
from the Bruce Fein Memorial
Fund of the Federation Foun-
dation of Jewish Philanthropies
allowing him to spend six weeks
in Israel with the "Israel Con-
nection," a unique exchange
program for American teenagers.
Needleman is a regional leader in
the Young Judea program as well
as a student in the Judaica High
School College Credit program.
She has recently returned from a
summer in Israel in a program
that was designed to give
American teenagers an un-
derstanding of what life is like in
Israel.
Both Orbach and Needleman
are grateful for the experiences
that the Judaica High School hzs
given them. This weekly con-
tinuation of their formal Jewish
education, past the bar and bat
mitzvah level, has enabled both
Needleman and Orbach to serve
as members of the school's Akiva
Leadership program. Orbach also
serves as president of the
Southern Branch of the Judaica
High School.
"Both David and Lisa are
among the finest examples of
what our youth can attain
through the Judaica High
School" stated Sharon S.
Horowitz, principal of the
Judaica High School It is our
hope that David and Lisa will
mobilize all the teenagers in the
community to give when they are
called upon on Super Sunday." If
any teenager is interested in
volunteering their services for
Judaica High School's Super
Sunday Appeal, on behalf of the
Federation's UJA campaign,
please contact the Judaica High
School office at 748-8400.
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REPRESENT YOUR ORGANIZATION
AT SUPER SUNDAY: Above art just a
few women pictured making phone calls at
last year's Super Sunday. They are just
some of the representatives of the hundreds
of Hadassah, B'nai B'rith Women (and
Men), Women's American ORT, Women's
League for Israel, National Council of
Jewish Women and others that made calls
to the community asking for a pledge to the
Federation-United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign More than 600 volunteers a*Z
needed for this year', Super Sunday, wkkk
mil be on Sunday March 17 at the Tamarm I
Jewish Center. Why not represent yw,
group or organization on Super Sundn! I
Just call Larry Schuval at 74&S400 ts1
reserve a phone for a two-hour or man I
interval. Become a "Partner for Lilt"1
Reserve your phone now.
'The Seduction of Eve'
Rabbi Reuven Kimelman,
Associate Professor of Talmud
and Midrash in the Department
of Near Eastern and Judaic
Studies of Brandeis University,
will be the third lecturer at "The
Contemporary Issues of Jewish
Life" lecture series. He will speak
on Sunday, March 10 at Ramat
Shalom Synagogue, 11300 W.
Breward Blvd. in Plantation. His
subject will be "The Seduction of
Eve-Psychological Basis for
Biblical Morality." Mr.
Kimelman holds bachelor degrees
from both Columbia University
and Jewish Theological
Seminary. He also earned his
master's degree from the Jewish
Theological Seminary, and
master's and PhD degrees from
Yale University. Professor
Kimelman is widely published in
Judaism, Conservative Judaism,
The Jewish Spectator, Response,
Dimensions, and many other
national periodicals. Rabbi
Kimelman is innovative and
creative in his presentation and is
well-regarded for his lectures at
academic conferences.
This is the fifth annual lecture
Reuven Kimelman
series sponsored by the North
Broward Midrasha of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. Participating
institutions are: Temples Beth
Am, Beth Israel, Beth Israel of
Deerfield Beach, Beth Orr. Beth
Torah. Emanu-el, Sha'aray
Tzedek. Sholom, Ramat Shalom
Synagogue, Hebrew
Congregation of
Liberal Jewish Temple
Coconut Creek, SoutJ
Region United Synagogue ]
America, Jewish
Center and Omegi
dominium. Sponsors of
lecture series are invited
reception at 7 p.m. prior to I
program to meet with Profi
Kimelman and enjoy
ments. The program
promptly at 8 p.m. Tickets |
available at the door for Mj
members and $6 for
members.
The lecture series will con
on Sunday. March 24, with Y(|
Shiloh speaking at 10:30 iW
Temple Beth Torah. 9101
67th Street, Tamarac His I
will be "Jerusalem In Its Gh
As Seen Through Arcneokji
The concluding lecturer wil"
Sunday. March 31 with "
Siegel noted author, poet,
turer, and educator on "B**l\
Meritsch In The 20th Century'
Temple Beth Am. For
information call Helen We
at the Central Agency for J
Education 748-8400.
Paradise Gardens Section 4 to hold UJA breaktostl
Friday, March I, 1985
olume 14
8ADAR5745
Number 9
P^red standing (left to right)
Bob Lemer, Dave Klempner, Hy
Levenson and Lou Davidson.
Robert Lerner. chairman, and
David Radow. co-chairman,
announced that Paradise Gar-
dens Section 4 will hold its an-
nual breakfast on behalf of the
federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign at 10 a.m.
"etn Hillel of Margate. 7638
' Morris Posner,
Marhsheid, Moe
Seated (left to
right!: Plorer
Leibowitt and
David Radow.
Margate Blvd.
At that time, Celia and Joseph
Freed will be honored for their
dedication and concern for
Jewish values. Guest speaker for
the breakfast will be Alfred
(olden, chairman of the
Federation's Chaplaincy
Commission and noted authority
^oZr, Celu\ *Wjj
CharZperlmon.Sotp**'*
on Israeli affairs.
Serving on P^* ^i
Section 4 campP |W
are Lou Davidjo^
BUM. FrtU
. .wit*. "JSiSid 0
Perlman. and '
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Sands Point UJA holds successful breakfast
1200 Sands Point residents
Klo'ut recently to make their
[commitments to the Jewish
Vration -United Jewish
il campaign.
iija breakfast, held at the
Jewish Center, featured
ote address by the Center's
Laritual leader, Rabbi Kurt
, The Sands Point Con-
rt ted by Ann Eisen and
taoanied bv Pauline Jaye,
tuined the filled auditorium.
fads Point UJA chairman
A. Jasser, thanked the
K Jewish Center staff and
j president David Krantz
["({racious hospitality."
jding to the success of the
kfast were Hospitality
en: Joel Cohen, Hy Camel
^11
Rabbi Kurt Stone
and Morris Bobkier. Murray
Hershkin. Harry Mednick and
Reuben Strashinsky served as
Publicity Co-chairmen.
Jasser thanked the following
committee members for their
dedication:
Lillian Bernstein, Charles Blumberg,
Millie Blumberg, Ann Bobkier, Hy
Camel, Daniel D. Cantor, Ann Eisen,
Carolyn Feffer, Morris Goldberg, Julie
Golden. Sophie Golden, Sarah Gold
stein, Ruth Hershkin, Milton Kern. Abe
Keshlonsky, Rose Keshlonsky and Belle
Kopf
Also, Jack Kotler. Henry Kronstadt,
Goldie Kronstadt, Lucille Mednick,
Sadye Mednick, Raphael Rosenblatt,
Betty Rosenblatt. Sol Stillerman,
Bertha Stillerman, Sol Stone, Julius
Strober, Abe Tromberg. Edith Trom
berg. Harold Viodor, Joseph Weintraub.
Frank Zavat and Mildred Zavat.
\ebrew Day School students collect
money for Ethiopian Jewry
I
"tudenfs of the Hebrew
[School of Fort Lauderdale.
jiart of the lesson of
lukah. collected $577.50 to
[I* Ethiopian resettlement
pm in Israel.
purj accepting the money
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Jewish Federation for its 1985
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The division has named her
Aviva Menucha (Spring
Dreams). Most just call her their
"million dollar baby," indicating
the goal of the Women's Division
1985 UJA campaign. According
to Dee Hahn, Women's Division
campaign co-chairperson, Aviva
will be at the Tamarac Jewish
Center on Sunday March 17 for
the Federation's Super Sunday
phon-a-thon. Why not join her
there/ Contact Larry Schuval to
reserve a phone. 748-8400.
Data Worth
$50 Billion
NEW YORK (JTAI -
Israel has provided the United
States with $50 billion worth of
technological data from captured
Soviet military equipment, it was
disclosed by Meir Rosenne,
Israel's ambassador to the U.S.
Addressing a meeting of the
American Friends of Tel Aviv
University, the Israeli envoy said
that Israel had saved America
"many years of research and
billions of dollars'" by sharing
with the U.S. the planes, tanks,
missiles and other Soviet military
equipment captured from Arab
armies. He said the $50 billion
price-tag was an estimate based
on a study by two American
generals in the Pentagon. "U.S.-
Israeli strategic cooperation is a
two-way street, bringing benefits
to both sides.'' Rosenne said.
He voiced Israel's "continued
opposition" to the proposed
American sale of sophisticated
military equipment to Arab
nations that refuse to come to the
peace table with Israel. Such
sales "now they call them
transfers of technology"
jeopardize Israel's security, he
said, adding: "We don't want to
replenish our arsenal with
American equipment captured
from the Arabs who attack us."
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Behind the Headlines: A Monster Called Mengele
JERUSALEM (JTA) One
after another they took the
witness stand. In a crowded and
hushed auditorium they broke
their 40-year silence. In quiet,
level voices they told stones of
horror, stories of heroism, stories
of desperate attempts to retain
their human dignity in a world
which lost all remnant of
humanity.
Thirty survivors of the
Birkenau concentration camp
where Josef Mengele carried out
his notorious medicsl ex-
periments on twins and others
took the stand during a three-day
public hearing at Yad Vashem in
Jerusalem three weeks ago.
It was the main event of the
first international convention of
survivors of Mengele's ex-
periments, which marked the
40th anniversary of the liberation
of the camps.
The panel of six judges was
headed by Yad Vashem Council
chairman Gideon Hausner, who
acted as prosecutor at the Adolf
Eichmann trial 23 years ago. It
included lawyers, experts on the
Holocaust and on terrorism, and
a geneticist. Judge Zvi Terlo.
who haloed prepare the case
against Eichmann. interrogated
the witnesses.
It looked almost like a real trial
except for one detail. The
accused, Josef Mengele. known
to the camp innt*i as the
"angel of death," was missing.
Recent stepped up efforts to
locate and apprehend the Nazi
war criminal nave so far been
unsuccessful. Mengele, who fled
Germany in 1963, ia now thought
to be hiding in Paraguay,
protected by President Alfredo
Stroessner.
The atmosphere in Yad
Vashem was tense as the wit-
nesses talked about the
atrocities.
Aliza Baruch, 57, recalled her
memories as a 16-year-old girl in
Auschwitz's experimental Block
No. 10: "We were put, 20 girls, in
a closed room with no windows.
Our first fear was of death,
because we knew that a sealed
room meant gas. When the door
finally opened we all crowded into
a corner. Nobody wanted to be
singled out. But somebody had to
be first, of course, and a girl was
taken into an adjacent room.
"We wanted to know what was
going on inside. We couldn't hear
crying or complaining. Through
the keyhole, we could see she was
standing naked in the middle of
the room, between two marhines.
It wss radiation of course, but we
did not know that then.
"When she came out, she told
us: 'It's nothing, it's nothing.'
Thinking we would be 1st out of
Jie closed room afterwards, each
zhi wanted her turn to come
quickly.
"But by the time the third
girl's turn had arrived, the first
had begun to vomit. After the
treatment was over, it took us
almost six hours to return to our
block. We were very weak and
vomited the whole time. There
were terrible signs on our bodies.
Our skin was a black strip where
the machine had been."
Baruch pointed to her stomach
and said. "All our body hair fell
out we became like four-year-
olds." She received radiation
treatment three times, and then
was operated on.
"They split my stomach
open." she said. "They gave me a
double injection because I
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struggled. I wss asleep for four
days. When I awoke, a Jewish
doctor called Shmuel said to me
in French, 'It is over, my little
child.' I put out my bands and
felt tissues covering my stomach.
He gsve me another injection to
make me sleep again, so I would
not cry."
Baruch voice quivered as she
talked of the doctor who saved
her life Continuing, she said:
"The second day my whole
stomach was infected, the
stitches came undone. Shmuel
took them out, looking me in the
eyes all the while, ss if to say:
'Have mercy on this girl!' My
stomach opened as if lava was
pouring out. It was full of pus.
He told Mengele I had a small
sore that hadn't quite healed."
Baruch recalled that "when
one of the girls asked for water,
they injected something into her
spine. We did not know what
death was then. We thought she
had gone to sleep. She snored,
and from time to time her body
quivered. We called a nurse to
give her more blankets, and she
looked st us as if we did not
understand. She said, 'She will
soon fall fast asleep, and then we
will take her out.'
"But from the way they
dragged her out. we understood,
and from then on we learned
silence. With each girl who died
we became more and more silent.
Wtth the pain in our ,,
^totwistwBo^JS
n In 1W6. after the 3
E^ came ^
y> years bxw JTl
J*wit a second open
doctor,1 found thatch
of her womb hadl
"joysd m Auachw*. 1'
saM-Theyr^torsaotL
t^MkwMfuUoT^j
"Dp you have any chi
askedi interrogator Turtoii
wnst Shmuel meant whai W|
children." ^ ,r
In addition to tot
hearing, which Usted .
ngs. a symposhia
workshops on ethical medid
sociological aspectfd]
Holocaust took place duns
afternoons. Survivors dbcL
with experts the dilansj
Jewish doctors foradtoT
Mengele with his experai
the moral implication* jjl
periments on humans, wij
topics.
At the end of the
hearing, the panel caOal(
governments throughout
world to help appn
Mengele. now 73. "It
erase our memories, but 11
know that the 'angel of 4_
not allowed to live and a]
peace,'' said one survivor.
Ethiopians to become 'official' Jews
JERUSALEM (JTA) All Ethiopian Jews who ha* *|
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effective April 1, Interior Minister Yitzhak Peretz announc
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word "Jewish" in the nationality space on their identificaun
cards. Many of the Ethiopian ohm were not registered as Jewtl
when they arrived in Israel.
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Friday, March 1,1965 / The Jewish Ptoridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 7
Hussein and Arafat raporte FRUSALEM (JTA) King
L^in of Jordan and Palestine
Nation Organisation chief
fcr Arafat have reached
ement on a joint framework
negotiations with Israel,
inrdin* to a report from
Iman bv Jordan's official news
cv Petra, which gave no
pother than saying the two
, had discussed the/ reality of
i Palestine issue in the oc-
[jed territory and in the uv
lational arena."
The report took West Bank
Palestinian leaders by surprise
and their reactions were cautious
and, in some cases, skeptical.
There were some hopeful ex-
pressions but moat West Bank
political figures asked by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency to
comment said there were in-
sufficient details about the
reported Huasein-Arafat
agreement to estimate its
significance. There waa no im-
mediate official Israeli reaction.
It was learned that President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt has
sent a message to Hussein,
delivered to him by Mubarak's
close aid, Ossama El Baz. This
indicated that Mubarak is
exerting pressure on Hussein and
Arafat to reach an agreement,
something they have tried and
failed to do at several meetings in
the past two years.
According to sources,
Mubarak believes a Hussein-
Arafat agreement would provide
leverage for King Fahd of Saudi
Arabia, and for Mubarak himself
on his forthcoming visit to the
U.S. to convince the
Americans that the time has
come to force Israel to the
negotiating table.
The main obstacle between
Hussein and Arafat is the latter's
refusal to recognize United
Nations Security Council
Resolution 242 which affirms
Israel's right to exist in secure,
recognized boundaries. There are
also differences between the
Jordanians and Palestinians on
the mode of Palestinian
representation at negotiations
with Israel whether the
Palestinians would comprise a
separate delegation or be part of
the Jordanian delegation.
Another difference concerns
the definition of confederal
relation between Jordan and a
future Palestinian state. It was
too early to tell whether these
differences have been resolved
and whether the Arabs have
indeed succeeded in pushing
Israel into a political corner.
>'
JNJOYING THE CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION after the recent
\id Brenner show, co-sponsored by the JCCs of Greater Fort
erdale and South Broward, are: (left to right) Evelyn Gross,
'fra Ackerberg Gold and Anita Perlman. Proceeds from the
uary event at the Sunrise Musical Theater were added to the
ker's Scholarship and Program Services Funds.
Aliya from the West down
some 30 percent in Israel
\El AVIV (JTA) -
ligration from the West
I by about 30 percent last
but overall immigration
i Israel rose by 17 percent to
kt 20,000 in 1984 over 1983,
prding to Absorption Minister
cov Tsur.
Addressing the Engineers Club
peon meeting, Tsur said that
percent fewer newcomers
Ived from North America last
year compared with the previous
year; 33 percent less from South
America; and 31 percent fewer
from Western Europe.
Tsur said that some 300.000
Israelis were estimated to be
living abroad, two-thirds of them
in the United States. Some of
them are working in high
technology, an area in which
Israel lacks some 15.000
engineers and technicians.
Sen. Robert Dote: U.S. aid to
Israel 'best investment'
KM BEACH (JTA) -
^Majority Leader Robert
IR. Kan.I declared that
^"assistance to Israel is
f the'best investments we
..ma" in fostering the
ty of the Middle East and
pnng our own interests in
^important region."
senator told a dinner
J / 'he Anti-Defamation
we of Bnai B'rith at The
s hotel, that aiding Israel
' Wthingtodoforoneof
runchest friends. "
{*:|that the United Statas
7 ck)se touch" with
^luIane an economic aid
mL S5e said that
Dni? """nutration to seek
EPP^mental" emergency
" for fiscal 1966 'in
\T" a boost in military
Unt'c.pates a level of
Jeered the keynote
iL\dlnner honoring
lHitw!!./M^ander' found*'
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^m ^ More than 600
\L vders- "eluding
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fefcKnof *
committee three-day annual
meeting.
While stressing the need to
provide assistance for Israel,
Dole aaid, however, that the U.S.
"can provide emergency and
ongoing assistance only if the
Israelis take decisive steps to put
their own economic house in
order." He added that "by all
accounts the Israeli government
understands and agrees to that
central point."
Dole asserted that America's
ability to aid its friends and allies
"particularly Israel'' ia
based on preserving its economic
strength which, in turn, is
dependent on reducing the U.S.
budgetary deficit.
The senator underscored the
American commitment to ad-
vancing a Middle East peace
settlement. He said that
President Reagan's 1962 peace
proposal, which he described aa a
"major and innovative atep." ia
the "most attractive vehicle for I
waging peace" in the region.
This natiorr, thie ad-
ministration, remains aa com- ,
mitted aa ever to the peace
process, and the president, the
secretary of state and others
continue to give the matter their
moat serious attention. he told
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Friday. Man* 1.1966
JCC Israel Independence Day
Slated for Sunday April 28
brad's 37U Birthday win be
celebrated ia gala fashion
Sunday. April 28. 11 a-m.-6p.tn-.
at the Jews* Ciiinaatj Ceatar
of Greater Fort Laoderdate. 6601
West Sunrise Blvd. Plant at km.
For the first time the North
Bum aid qnnawiuty. this major
festival has the active aa-
vorvement of a amain i of
ana synagogues aa
iU
Senior Oryaapses (Maceabend) as
veil as a special area featuring
bve entertaaiment for children
CUdraa wiB alao enjoy the day
ran by teen youth group, pony
rides, a pectin*; loo. and Mac-
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Jewaa Cecier T
Jewish Crier, aad
Broward Jewish C<
The day wi
of interest lor at a*
for the first
Plantation UJA .*!-*.
Board serving as Jewish Interest Coordinator. She is
also a Judaic Studies teacher for the fourth grade of
the Kol Ami Religious School.
The Harr's have two children. Brvan and
Elizabeth.
A host committee consisting of Temple Kol Ami
leadership and leadership from the Plantation
Campaign Cabinet, has been organized to plan the
function.
Past Plantation honorees have been Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Segaul. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Grenitz and Mr.
and Mrs. Joel Reinstein.
The Plantation brunch has become an important
event and reflects the growth of the Plantation
community in its involvement and participation in
the larger Jewish community.
JCC's WECARE plans
holiday basket drive
JCC's WECARE Volunteer
Program has begun its Annual
Holiday Basket Drive to enable
needy families to celebrate the
Passover-Easter holiday with the
appropriate traditional foods and
bring the holiday spirit into their
homes.
Last year 180 baskets serving
600 people were prepared and
delivered through the efforts of
JCC WECARE volunteers. This
year the list has grown larger and
the committee is asking for help
m any way.
If food is donated for Passover,
the committee requests that
kerns be marked plainly. "Kosher
for Passover." The first Seder is
Friday. April 5. All donations of
funds would be appreciated and
checks may be mailed to
WECARE. JCC. 6601 West
Sunrise Blvd.. Fort Lauderdale
33313. Call Rhonda Putterman.
WECARE Director, for further
information. 792-6700.
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A nominal lee will be
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Origmai exmbfcs will be made
by synagogues and organizations
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history, another first for Israel
IndpenoVoce Day '85
Refreshments wiB be available
for sale throughout the day-
There is no arlmiasinn charge
for entry to the Center grounds,
and the program is open to the
general public. Other activities
that will by held at JCC focusing
around Israel independence Day
exhale:
Wednesday. Apr! 24th. 7:45
smb. Yam Haakaren. a special
memorial ptugiam honoring
fatten Israeli soldiers Open to the
pubnc at no charge
Tkarsday. Apr! 25. 7:30 prn
A special concert on the actual
night of Israel Independence
Day. featuring- The Israel
Friendship Caravan.
Composed of a specially
selected and talented group of
Israeli teens, the Caravan travels
abroad as ambassadors of good
will before they enter army
service Their performance
features a spirited song and
dance presentation about life in
the land of Israel Limited
irating is available. Tickets goon
sale after Apri 1. at the JCC. at a
coat of $2.50 each.
Saturday. Apri 27. 8 pa. A
teen dance coaponsored with
Jewish youth groups of Broward
County.
For further information about
Israel 37. call David Surowhx
JCC Assistant Executive
Director, at 792-6700.
JCC's 'Purim
Culture-test' March 3
Karen Tunick. Director of
Elementary and Family Services
at the Jewish Community Center,
announces a special Purim
program on Sunday. March 3. 5
to 7:30 p.m
'Purim Cuhure-fest is a
variety show that will be per-
formed by the Center's
elementary age children. These
children are enrolled in the
Centers After Schoou Cultural
Enrichment Classes: Drama.
Chorus. Dance, and Suzuki
Violin.
The show will be held at JCC's
Soref Hall. 6501 West Sunrise
Blvd Tickets are $1 for Patrons.
42 for members, and $3.50 for
non-member guest.
The Center's registrar. Judy
Tekel. will take reservations at
792-6700. Seating is reserved, so
make reservations early.
Jewish Heritage Wee!
at the JCC March 2-u
March 2 through March 10 has
bean designated aa Jewish
Heritage Week" by the Jewish
Community Center of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, with the entire
week's activities co-sponsored by
the JCC and The Circle of
Yiddish Clubs. The JCC. located
at 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.. will
present a variety of programs on
Art. Musk. Fern and Poetry, and
will offer Panel Diamaaioaa.
Speakers. Sbde Present at ama
and Memorabilia, announced
Laura Hachman. Coordinator of
Adult Services.
Chairing the Heritage Week
Committee is Sonny
bag time Yiddish Club
and teacher. On her
are: Max Drucker. Yankei
Frager. Joe Goldhar. Charles
Infeld. Hy Kaplan. Nat Shift
man. Izzie Sternberg. Abe
Weiner and Irving R. Weiner
Cooperating to make
Heritage Week a significant
event are the JCC's Senior Aduh
Club. 55 YES Club. Travel Club.
Senior Adult Discussion Group.
The Festivsie Chorale and the
Center's Yiddish Club
The following is the schedule of
events:
Saturday.March 2
8 p.m. Bailey Hall "Oy
Mama. Am I In Love" with Mary
Soreanu. Tickets available at the
JCC $15 Mezzanine $17
Orchestra.
Sunday. March 3
12 to 2 p.m. Book Fair.
1 p.m. Max Rubin presents
The Saga Of A Nation."
2 to 4 p.m "A Celebration of
Shokxn Aleichem" featuring
Joseph Goldhar. Abe Gittelson
and Kurt and Judith Stone $150
per person.
Monday. March 4
1 to 3 p.m. The JCC Yiddish
Club. Speaker: Nat Zurooff. (The
Cub wiB meet on the first
Thursday in March)
7 to 10 p.m. Yiddish Film
"The Singing Blacksmith" with
English Titles. And "Cafe
Kasrilevke" Discussion led by
Sunny landsman Refresh-
ments Fee: $1.50 per person.
Tuesday. March 5
1 p.m. Panel Discussion -
"The Future of Jewiah Life in
America." Panelists: Rabbi
Stuart Berman. Clara, j
Fred and Rivke Sana
Irving Tabachnikov.
6:30 pjn. 55 YES
'Supper and Puran Part-
$3.50 member; u&
members.
Wednesday Mar^S
1 to 2:30 pm Incoojaj
with the JCC Travd cgl
Jewiah Connection a /J
slide presentation and baa
Harold Becker
2:30 to 4 p.m. Igrasf
Dancing with Nat sal
Wolf son Fee 75 cent*
p-m. Jewish fl
Night' featuring Max W|
also appearing. Joseph (M
Sunny Landj.n-.an. Nat Ski
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Thursday. March 7
2 to 4 p.m. The Senior I
Club presents Aviv Haffa
"A Rendezvous with j
Manger' iln Flnglah sal
cash I Fee: $2 members -fl
members. Includes retreat
after the performance.
r ndey, March o
1 p.m. Yiddish la
Discussion featuring Yi
Frager presenting "1
Yiddisbe Tekhter: Gokh
and Emma Lazarus."
Sunday. March 10
2 p.m and 6 p.m. The*
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Nazi hunting in America
Quiet Neighbors: Prosecuting
Nazi War Criminals in America.
By Allan A. Ryan, Jr. Harcourt
Brace Jovanovich. 1964. 386
pages $15.96.
The Outraged Conscience:
Seekers of Justice for Nazi War
Criminals in America. By
Rochelle G. Saidel. State
University of New York Pre.
1964. 246 pages. S29.50 (cloth):
$9.96 (paper).
Reviewed by Beserya M
RocheUe G. Saidel opens her
book. The Outraged Conscience,
with a quotation from Amos,
"Let justice well op as waters.
and righteousness as a mighty
stream." Allan A. Ryan Jr.. in
his lengthier inscription to Quiet
Neighbors, quotes Thomas
Mores line in "A Man for AD
Seasons": "Yes. I'd give the
Devil benefit of law. for my own
safety's sake." Their choices of
openings are indicative of their
differing approaches to their
common subject, the search for
Nazi war criminals in America.
Saidel and Ryan, passionate
seekers of justice both, tell the
story from opposite perspectives.
Saidel traces the travails of the
pursuers the journalists,
rabbis, government workers,
survivors, and housewives for
whom the tranquil existence of
former Nazi persecutors in
America was unconscionable
Hers is a twisting tale of
frustration, isolation, jealousy,
and limited success.
Ryan who. from 1960 to 1983,
headed the Office of Special
Investigations, a unit of the
Justice Department created to
step up denaturalize ion and
deportation trials of ex-Nazis,
gives the historical record: what
the various accused did to
contribute to the "Final
Solution" in Europe, how they
got to the United States ("We
invited them in"), how they were
able to camouflage themselves by
being "quiet neighbors." and
how they were discovered and
dealt with by the American
agencies of justice.
Justice was not always served,
Ryan readily admits, as in the
case of Andrija Artukovic, "the
most prominent Nazi of all in the
United States," who as Minister
of the Interior of the Independent
State of Croatia, ordered the
massacre of hundred of
thousands of Jews and Serbs; he
came to America under a false
name on a 60-day visa in 1948,
was ordered deported in 1962, but
through a series of reversals was
allowed to stay for over 30 years.
His case is now back in the
courts, through the defendent, at
age 83, may not survive the final
verdict. But of the 24 cases
brought to trial by the OSI
during its five years of existence,
the prosecution has won 21.
He quotes at length from his
own investigative report on the
Klaus Barbie case, in which he
concludes that "officers of the
United States government were
directly responsible for
protecting a person wanted by
the government of France on
criminal charges and in arranging
his escape from the law," but
that the Counter Inteugence
officers involved could not be
prosecuted for obstruction of
justice because the statute of
limitations had run out.
Saidel's book, drawn from
interviews with the Nazi hunters
and their families, tells more than
we might want to know about the
private lives of these individuals
and less than would have been
useful about the criminals they
pursued. Furthermore, her
greatest wrath seems directed
not at the war criminals them-
selves, nor ar the Immigration
and Naturalization Service which
put higher priority on finding
Communists and smugglers than
Nazis among new immigrants,
but on the Jewish communal
QUIET
NEIGHBORS
organizations and the Jewish
press which, in her view, did not
pursue this issue for two and a
half decades.
She suggests that Nazi-
hunting in the 1960s and '60s was
perceived as a leftist or Com-
munist preoccupation and so the
organized Jewish community did
not want to be associated with it.
She also implies not
pesuasively that the Jewish
Agency's financial support of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency was
the reason for the news agency's
silence on the subject of Nazis in
the 50s and 60s for fear that
Israel might lose vital reparation
money.
Ryan, in contrast, dismisses
conspiracy theories and thinks
the United States got the kind of
immigrants it deserved when it
enacted laws specifically the
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 -
which favored Nazi collaborators
over Nazi victims, the Jews.
"They (the Nazi war criminals)
came in. not becuase unac-
countable officials ran amok, but
because we enacted laws that
made entry so easy."
The only remedy for that bad
law now is a good law the
Holtzman amendment of 1978
which ordered deportation from
the United States for any alien
found to have "ordered, incited or
otherwise participated in the
persecution of any person
because of race, religion, national
origin or political opinion" during
the Nazi era. Ryan's pursuit of
Nazis has been rigurously within
the law because "it is our
adherance to law that separates
us from them."
Why now? Why are the
prosecutions coming now and
why the books about the search
now? Because enough time has
pased to deal with it, suggests
Ryan. "If it is true that our
silence immediately after the
Holocaust wa not due entirely to
apathy but. at least in part, to
the inability to repsond in-
telligently to such a massive
wound to the human race, then
the record is not beyond
salvage."
These books are both part of
that salvage operation
Roselyn Bell is enior editor of
Hadassah Magazine.
Diversified Quiz
Answers
1- The Al Ha-N'issim Prayer
(For the Miracles) recited in the
"Shemoneh Esreh" Eighteen
Benedictions.
2- A Tallit.
3- Avi Mori-My father, my
teacher: Immi Morati-My
mother, my teacher.
4- The Viddui, the confession
of the dying, the recital of the
Yom Kippur confession in the
singular and ending with the
Shema (Hear O Israel).
5- Red on Shabbath; Purple on
Passover. Shavuot, Sukkot:
White on the Yamim Noraim.
6- Sid Gordon.
7- EmilG. Hirsch of Chicago.
8- Exodus Chapter 20:
Deuteronomy Chapter 5.
9- Abraham Goldfaden.
10- The Protocols of the Elders
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Friedman.
Volunteers honored
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According to Irving Libowsky.
chairman of the Kosher Nutrition
Program. Tuesday. Feb. 12 was a
special day at the Jewish
Federation s "Gathering Place. '
The Gathering Place" held its
first Volunteer Appreciation
Luncheon hosted by Libowsky
and the Gathering Place staff.
The luncheon was attended by
"Gathering Place" participants
and Gathering Place" volunteers.
Rabbi David Gordon made the
Hamotzei and Irving Libowsky
addressed the group. Each
volunteer was presented with a
certificate of appreciation. The
luncheon was an effort to thank
those people who support the
program through their time and
dedication.
The cake that was served read.
Thank you Dear Volunteers."
that said it all. If you would like
to join "The Gathering Place"
volunteers please call Bonnie
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Puppies share love with the participants
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'The Gathering Place." the
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Anna Finkelstein steals a Miss
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visited "The Gathering Place,"
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Rebecca Kamerman, "Gathering Place" coordinator Bonnie Krauss.
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Case History
Mrs. B.. attractive 34 year old
nurse came to JFS to seek help
cooping with her recent
separation from her husband.
Mrs. B. wanted help un-
derstanding how he could have
left after 12 years and what was
wrong with her. At first she
accepted all responsibility for
everything that was wrong with
the marriage, maybe she wasn't
attractive enough, maybe she
wasn't fun to be with, maybe she
was too demanding, and maybe
she just didn't try hard enpugh.
Though soon she began to
verbalize thats he really felt she
had always tried very hard to
please him. She was a good
housekeeper in spite of her full
time job which was necessary as
Mr. B. had gone through several
unsucessful businesses. She knew
she was a good mother to their
two little boys, aged 10 and 6.
In counseling Mrs. B. she came
to realize she had been carrying
most of the load of this family
and this marriage for a long time.
She was able to work through her
anger at herself and realize she
was a pretty nice person who had
done all she could have and
frequently more than she should
have.
She stopped feeling guilty and
began working at
acquainted and proud ,
many strength She is i
involved in a support
divorced and sepanatedL
where she is able to ri|
share and leam fron, J
Most importantly. Mrs $\
likes herself arid undi
what areas she needs to u_
to work on and which irJ
needs to let go of.
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Fort Lauderdale, Flo.
Telephone: 735-3394; Jm
Family Service of Bni
County. 1800 W HiUsbonl
Deerfield Beach, Fla.
Telephone: 427-8506.
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Broward County is a ben
Agency of the Jewish F
of Greater Fort Liudenkkl
Jewish Federation of
Broward and the United I
Broward County.
Libraries offer free programs
At West Regional Branch. 8601
W. Broward Blvd.. Plantation
Dr. Robert Vorley Russell will
present "Traveling to Iran." a
lecture at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday
March 6.
Harrison Neustadt will
demonstrate the art of sawdust
painting at 2 p.m. Tuesday
March 5.
At Tamarac Branch. 8601 W.
McNabRd.Tamarac.
Lecturer Basil Rand will
discuss "Troubles in West
Germany" at 7 p.m. Thursday
March 7
At Sunrise Branch. 6600 Sunset
Strip. Sunrise.
A course in wine appreciation
will 1m- presented by Ben
Bodenstein at 6:30 p.m. Mon-
days March 4, 11. 18 and 25.
At Margate Catharine Young
Branch, oh 10 Park Dr., Margate.
Pianist Daniel Miller and
mezzo soprano Sandy Miller will
perform
March 8.
at 1:30 p.m. Fiji
At Laoderhill Branch, 20001
Hall Dr.. Lauderhill.
Ronald Mohl will
"Remember and Recall, "n
of classes on improving ti
techniques, at 3:30 pjs 1
days March 4. 11.18 and25.
Voter registration will be I
from 1 to 5 p.m. Mo
through Thursdays throu
March.
Retired journalist Max
will present a series of i
writing lessons for
ages 8 to 15 at 3:30 p.m. W
nesdays March 6.13.20ndJ
At Lauderdale Lake*
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Lakes.
Attorney Merhert Goldfddfj
discuss a hat Every r"l"
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immunity Calendar
Friday, March 1,1965 / The Jewish Florklian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 13
Lpiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
I FRIDAY MARCH 1
L,e Gezelshaft: 2 p.m.
Keng." Igatheringl Broward
Kg!. 3000 N. University Dr.
mATURDAYMARCH2
E, Jewish Center-Men's
g p.m. Show featuring the
er Miami Singers and Eddie
E Donation S5, S4. Temple
rav Tzedek, 4099 Pine
I Rd, 741-0295.
Broward Jewish
legation: Noon-9 p.m.
Kv noon-6 p.m. Antique
I Deicke Auditorium, 5701
Ls Rd., Plantation. 792-
wiy Comes to Tamarac: 8
and Sunday 1 p.m. Show
ling Jimmy Tate of the
way show, "The Tap Dance
Donation $12.50, reserved
I General admission f 10.
31 or 722-6965.
look Village Condominium:
p.m. "Birds of a Feather
ft." Donation S4. Clubhouse,
lw 24 St.. N. Lauderdale.
lio.
pookites Reunion: Noon.
ft at The Waterfalls, 429 N.
Eil Hwy.. Deerfield Beach.
$9.50.726-1901 or 973-7407.
I Zioa-Harry Matinaky
i Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
le and social. Luigi's
world, 4850 W. Oakland
Blvd. Donation $3.50. 741-
lleKol Ami: 11 a.m. Purim
Ival, sponsored by
lerhood At Temple, 8200
Rd., I'lantation 472-1988.
too of Baysiders: Noon.
ler-dance at Justin's
lurant. 972-0820 or 971-
IBrith-Sands Point Lodge:
B.m. Breakfast meeting.
Ihy Rubin. Jewish Journal
her, will speak. Tamarac
Ih Center, 91012 NW 67 St.
22.
MONDAY MARCH 4
Intl Council of Jewish
en-Gold Coast Section: 10
[Meeting. Lillian Glanz will
Pt a program on fund-
g Film: "A Voice is
1 Coconut Creek Com-
fy Center, 900 NW 43 Ave.
s*h-Armon Castle Gardens
P": Noon. Meeting.
P*y Herbert Goldfeld wUl
W.wills. Castle Gardens
Ption Hall, 4850 NW 22 Ct.,
fcrhill.
P*k'Kadimah Chapter of
P* Beach: Noon. Youth
' luncheon. Inverrary
PryUub
PAYMARCHS
r Women Na'amat-
P" Chapter: 11 a.m.
P* Fashion show of hand-
Lp'weat" Mini-lunch.
"Pta*I Playhouse.
V. *y of Deerfield Beach
P** Noon. P.id-up
plup celebration. At
fB^Orr: 8 p.m. Jewish
Jdiscussion group.
L'^-Harry M.tinsky
t.S'Ptw:1 7:30 P-n.
i;.Sd80c,aj featuring Bill
CPk-Blvd. 741-1136.
Karlnve'rary <*+*
ktk? ^ssidic festival in
UP *h Lubavitch of
En "T&py- Fre d-
r 777 NW 44 St. 748-
IJ* University NWC-Port
WZ T mA Nt
Kr!r wiU take the
I tenter 972-6830.
lnLRSDAYMARCH7
t W *onSunrta.
KL!'i,p mem.
bership luncheon. Sunrise Lakes
Phase I Playhouse.
Hadassah-Scopus Chapter:
Noon. Twelve Tribes of Israel
fashion show and luncheon. Boca
Pointe Country Club. 421-4538.
Temple Beth Israel-Sisterhood:
9:30 a.m. Board meeting. At
Temple.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Simcha
Club: 11:30 a.m. Luncheon and
card party. The Gables,
Jacaranda Plaza, Plantation.
Donation $5.50. 742-7359.
B'nai Brith Women-Coconut
Creek Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Rumor Clink featuring
Lillian Wadler. Mini-lunch.
Temple Beth Am, 7205 Royal
Palm Blvd., Margate.
SUNRISE LAKES
MEN'S CLUB
PHASE III
The following men were elected
as officers of the Sunrise Lakes
Men's Club Phase III. They are:
President, Leo Fields; Vice
Presidents, Herman Goodman
and Ben Fishbein; Financial
Secretary, Lou Kendall;
Recording Secretary, Max
Pilloff; Treasurer, Mickey Wolfe;
and Corresponding Secretary,
Mort Gerstenzang.
Gathering to commemorate defeat of Germany to be held
May 5-9 in Israel
TEL AVIV An historic
gathering of Jews from every
corner of the world will take place
May 5-9 in Israel to mark the
40th Anniversary of the victory
over Germany.
Thousands of former Jewish
fighters from the ranks of the
underground and ghetto
resistance, the Allied Armies,
Holocaust survivors and
volunteers from Jewish Palestine
will be among more than 6,000
participants from overseas ex-
pected to attend the historic
"World Assembly to Com-
memorate 40 Years Since the
Defeat of Nazi Germany and its
Satellites," according to its
Chairman, Knesset Member Dov
Shilansky. Conducted under the
patronage of the Prime Minister
of Israel, the unique Assembly
will highlight the momentous
contribution of Jewish fighters,
partisans and soldiers in the
victory over the Nazis.
The International Honorary
Presidium is headed by Israel
President Chaim Herzog, himself
a veteran of the British Army of
World War II, and includes;
Henry Kissinger, Winston
Churchill III, famed Generals
Mathew Ridgeway and Maxwell
Taylor, New York Mayor Ed
Koch, Lord Harold Wilson, Nobel
Physicist Prof. Edward Teller,
and others who have expressed
their intention of participating in
the World Assembly.
The program of the in-
ternational gathering includes:
reception at the President's
Residence, ceremonies at Yad
VaShem and Western Wall,
hospitality at Israel Defence
Forces bases, a symposium on
"Our Recent History, Its Lesson
to tha World and Our Future
Generations" at the Tel Aviv
Mann Auditorium, a festive mass
rally at the Ramat Gan Stadium,
and parade through the streets of
Tel Aviv.
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, 1986 Tamarac
Jewish Center.
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Cherry Cheese
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Onion Bagels.............6 tor 99*
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lian of Greater Fort Lauderdafe / Friday, March 1,1986
:
BETH ISRAEL PURCHASES $50,000
WORTH OF BONDS: Shown presenting a
$50,000 chech to Abe Rosenblatt, General
Chairman of Century Village State of Israel Bond
Events, (from (left to right)) are: Sylvia Bech-
man. Vice President; Reverend Saul Kir-
schenbaum. President; Abe Rosenbaltt, and Sam
Pavony, Treasurer of Temple Beth Israel,
Deerfield Beach; and Rubin L. Breger, Executive
Director of North Broward Israel Bond
Organization.
U.S. Wants Israel to Take Part in Aid to Third World
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The United States
wants Israel to participate
in programs providing aid
to Third World countries,
especially in Africa, ac-
cording to Kenneth Bialkin,
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish
Oganizations.
Soviets Detain
French Writers
PARIS (JTA) French
Jewish writer and philosopher
Alain Finkielkraut and a French
journalist are being detained at
their Kiev hotel by the Soviet
police and questioned for
allegedly "subversive" activities.
Finkielkraut, 35, and
Dominique Nora, who works for
the French daily Liberation, have
been under house arrest since
Feb. 3. The Russians "accuse"
them of having met a Jewish
refusenik and of having given
him unspecified subversive
written material.
Finkielkraut managed to
contact the French Embassy in
Moscow. He said that Nora and
he were questioned for several
hours ana are "accused" of
belonging to an international
Zionist organization."
Finkielkraut said the in-
terrogators threatened them with
possible three-year prison
sentence or an immediate ex-
pulsion. Both Nora and
Finkielkraut arrived in the Soviet
Union with tourist visas due to
expire this week.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
in Paris said the French Embassy
m Moscow has contacted the
Soviet authorities and is doing all
it can on their behalf.
Finkielkraut is the author of
half a dozen books.
Candlelighting Times
March 1- 6:04 p.aa.
March 8 6.08 P^i.
Match 15 6: Up.
March22-6.15
March 29 -6:18 pas.
Bialkin said this was stressed
by M. Peter McPherson. ad-
ministrator of the Agency for
International Development
during a briefing by Reagan
Administration officials with
some 100 Jewish leaders this
week at the old Executive Office
Building adjacent to the White
House. McPherson is en-
couraging Israel to bid on various
AID projects.
IN ADDITION to McPherson.
the Presidents Conference was
briefed by Allen Wallis,
Undersecretary of State for
Economic Affairs; Elliott
Abrams, Assistant Secretary of
State for Human Rights and
Humanitarian Affairs: Donak
Regan, the White House Chief of
Staff; James Covey, the National
Security Council's Middle East
director; and Marshall Breger,
President Reagan's assistant for
liaison with the Jewish com-
munity.
Bialkin said that the meeting
provided for "a good exchange of
views" and the Presidents
Conference hopes to have a
similar session with
Congressional leaders.
Wallis reiterated the
Administration's view that Israel
will have to take even more
stringent economic measures
before the Administration
decides to provide the $800
million Israel has requested as a
supplement to the SI.2 billion in
economic aid it is receiving this
year, according to sources who
attended the meeting. Wallis said
Israel would also receive $1.2
billion in the 1986 fiscal year.
WHILE WALLIS stressed
that the U.S. is not telling Israel
what to do, he said there was a
need for further budget cuts and
to reduce the number of
government employees and shift
them into "productive jobs."
EXPERIENCE THE EXCITEMENT OF THE
MACCABIAH GAMES
Jitf0* ^ ^ Summer Famay Mi88ion to Israel
Call Sandy Jackowitz, Mission Coordinator 748-
TEMPLE SHOLOM KldfrOfF EXPANSION: Temple Sholom
of Pompano Beach, recently ceUbrated 25 years of religious service, to
the Jewish community of North Broward. The 26th anniversary
celebration, held on Sunday Peb. 24, also hichedoff the start of 7n
expansion project for the renovation and beautiflcotion of the Tempi,
which will provide more room to accommodate functions and the
'niarg'd membership Pictured is an artist's rendition of what the
Tempk will loohuhe after the changes hove been mode.
B'nai B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Robert
Seiko wits, son of Martha
Selkowitz and Gary Setkowitz.
and Matthew Mink, son of Linda
and Julian Mink, will be
celebrated at the Saturday
morning March 2 service at
Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Craifc and AUeoa Levy, son
and daughter of Barbara and
Myron Levy, will celebrate their
B'nai Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning March 2 service at
Temple Beth Am, Margate.
THESEUDAH
(MEAL OR BANQUET)
The se'hudah is a family get-
together. You are not required to
light candles, as on Shabbat or
other holidays, but the meal
should be "yomtovdik," festive,
with special Purim dishes. The
se'udah begins with the motzi;
the family joins in Purim songs.
The meal ends with grace in
which al hanissim is said and the
story of Purim is told.
The chiWren iZhTiTj
Prty. carnivalwith,
ongi.orsimplyajo^
Grapefruit
Bley d MU8hrooni
Roast Duck with Orann
WPoUtoCa^T
Salad
H^nUshen (see red*,
THE SE'UDAH
< ME AL OR BANQUET)
1 cup oil
l' cups sugar
2 tsps. vanilla
HAMANT ASHEN
3 taps, baking po,J
M Up. salt
*' cups flour Ian
Beat eggs, beat in oil. sugar, vanilla, baking powder salt u
flour gradually; mix thoroughly. Knead till smooth enouil.
roll on floured board. Roll out. Cut dough into 3- toT'
rounds. Place desired filling on each round. Pinch together**
of lower half of circles to form triangles. Place HamantaibaT;
a lightly greased baking sheet or pan and bake at 350 ckxrZl
'/ hour, or until golden brown.
Fillings
The usual fillings are cooked prunes or mohn (poppy*
The prune filling may be made from cooked dried prunesii
ground nuts and orange rind added. The prepared baby 3
prunes may also be used; or the mashed prune filling j
1KVB>
Note: The above recipe is a useful one because it is pamil
Almost any yeast dough could be used for hamantashen.
CONSERVATIVE
TAMARAC JEWISH CENT!* (731-7*80), S101 NW 37th St.. TamamRBl
Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:80 am., 5 p.av Late Friday arrloj
p.m Saturday 8:48 a.m.. I p.m
Nathan Zaeaaaek. can** p.
aea* Kwi 9.
. HHlel Brnmmer.
Stone. AMilHary lattl
TEMPLE BETH AM (871 8880). 7306 Royal Palm Blvd. UarpM
Services: Monday through Friday 8:10 a.m., 8 p.m.. Friday late
pm.: Saturday t a.m.. 8 p.m.. Sunday 8 a.m.. 6 p.m Rakei Pawl
Rabbi Emeritus. Dr Solomon Geld. Cantor Irvine QroMman.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (742-40M). 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
axis Services: Monday through Thursday 8a.m..8:30 p m.; Friday!
8 p.m.. 8 p.m.: Saturday 8:48 a.m.: Sunday 8 a.m., 8: SO p.m. Rakei
Laeawtti. Canter Maurice New.
TEMPLE BETM ISRAEL OP DEERFIELD BEACH (431-708JI,
Century Blvd.. Deerfield Beach 88441 Service*: Sunday tiutiujhltiavl
am.. 8 p.m Friday late service 8 p.m.; Saturday 8:48 am., and it
lighting time RefeM Joseph Laasr, Canter Sheets) Aefcermea.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE . 1484 SB Sard 8L. Pompuo Bad]
8*080. Service*: Friday 8 p.m. Ra*M Morris A. Ska*).
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741-038*). 40*8 Pine Uland Rd.. SasBl
88831. Services: Sunday through Friday 8 a.m.. 8pm Late Friday eunaM
p.m Saturday 8:48 a.sn.. 8:8* p.m BaBM Beware B. Xaoha. Oatll BB|
TEMPLE SHOLOM (843-44101. IB U 11 A vs.. Pompano Beach***
vices: Monday through Friday 8:48 am evenings: Monday throurt
sday at 8 p.m Friday evening at S. Saturday and Sunday I *-> w
Saimtet April. Center Sepaeet Reruer
CONOR EOATKJN BETH HILLEL OP MARGATE (874-1080). ntt****!
Blvd Margate JJ04X Service*: Sunday through Friday a: lBavna^JPJ
Late Friday service B p.m. Saturday 8:48 a.m.. 8:80 p m Raw w-
HEBREW CONGREGATION OP LAUDSRHILL (7SS-8640). JMI NW<
A**.. LauderhUl 88818. Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:81 4*. R
p m Saturday 8 48 a m RaMM Israel Hakeern
NORTH LAUDULDALX BBBSOFW OOHORJIOATION: (T8S-TWT Of]
ITS) Bervioee at Banyon LafeM Conde CTubhoue* 8888 BUS, M.J
Tamarac. Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday 8a.m. Oaaries B Fyler,
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TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (T8B-7BB4). 4881 W. OaklandPartMl
Laudrrdale Lakee 83X1X Servicea: Sunday through Thursday is."-r
FrldaySa.m.. 8p.m.. Saturday 8:48a.m.. 8p.m. I
SYNAGOGUE OP INVERRARY CHABAO (T4B-1TT7). TT70 NW ""^J
com Park West. Sunrlae 88831 Service*: Sendey 8Jirae H*****!
"., Satin-say a.m., S:M p.m. Study trass*: Mea. Saaaart >-
service*; Women. Tvetdeyt s p.m. Rats* Area Ueaarsaa*).
YOUNG ISRAEL OP DEERFIELD BEACH (4S1 1887). IBB W.
Blvd., Deerfield Beach 8*441. Service*: Sunday through Friday"**
sundown. Saturday 8:48 a.m. and aandnwn Oaater MlRea Bat*
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YOUNO ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE OP HOLLYWOOD-FORT_LAUf*{
(8*8-7877). S381 SUrllng RL. Fort Lauderdale 88818 *"2l.,
through Friday 7 SO am and sundown Saturday, inn,*"""'
8a.m .sundown. Ea** Reward Osvia.
CONGREGATION MIODAL DAVID (T8*B88). 8878 W. MeM
tamarac. Service*: Dally 8 a.m.; ulneha 8 p.m.; Saturday I.m*^
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BAMAT BsXALOM (47X84BO). 11881 W. Broward Blvd.. PBaW
Friday 8:18 p.m.; Saturday. 181
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Friday 8 p.m.
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Lakee 88811 Service*: Friday 8:18 aCaa.; Saturday. fSSam*^ J
) of Bar-Bat Mltavah RaBM J
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TEMPLE KOL AMI (413-1888)
frtasjr 8:18 p.m.. Saturday 18:88
PetenRA.PMrt***",
m. Ra**4 BBe**M J
LIBERAL JEWISH TEMPLE OP COCOHOT CRBBR^1^^0*55
"rldey night servlcee twice) moarthry at Calvary r>^y*rJJf-r ajrSaT*
Omaut Creak Partway RaMM
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PUnUUon tarsia** i Friday lUaa.:
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Panels
**>
PURIM Feast of Esther
J made it a day of feasting
^0jgladness"
(Esther 8:16)
I THE STORY OF PURIM
In the city of Shushan, King
lasuerus of Persia is advised to
ch the country for a new
rtn since Vashti, his wife, has
Lged to obey his order to
Ur before his guests. She is
hoved from the throne. Simple,
Ljest young Esther, cousin of
Irdecai the Jew, wins from
ong hundreds of applicants
honor of being the King's
hsort.
The Prime Minister, scheming,
Lant Haman, sets out to
nish Mordecai for refusing to
m down before him. Accor-
Lgly, he decides to exterminate
I the Jews. Haman persuades
h King to issue an edict or-
hng the destruction of all the
ks in the land. It is to be ef-
Sive on the fourteenth day of
lar
Mordecai tells Esther the sad
?vs. pleading with her to in-
cede on behalf of her people.
it her appears before the King
| the risk of her own life, since
has not been summoned by
She asks him to bring
Haman to a banquet she is
preparing. There she discloses
the fact that gallows are being set
up for her cousin and reveals her
own Jewish identity. The King is
outraged at his Prime Minister.
He issues a decree for Haman to
be the victim of his own infamous
plot. The fourteenth of Adar,
from a day of sadness, thereby
became a day of happiness and
festivity.
Pious Jews fast on the day
before Purim in honor of Esther,
who abstained from food for three
days before petitioning the King.
THE READING
OFTHEMEGILLAH
The reading of the megillah in
the synagogue {Purim eve) is a
gay occasion. Women and
children usually attend. It is the
one time, in addition to Simchat
Torah, when levity, even
noisemaking, is permitted in the
synagogue. The children are
encouraged to use their
"groggers" (noisemakersl each
time Hainan's name is men-
tioned. Sisterhoods frequently
provide sweets for the children
after the services, as "Shalach
Monos" (gifts). The megillah is
read again at the regular morning
service on the next day.
O .
Annual State of Israel Bonds Dinner-Dance March 10
long-iime residents of
tore will be honored at the
State of Israel Bonds
Dance, to be held at the
r Club on Sunday, March
|6 p.m. For their dedication
voiion to Israel, and their
nent in Jewish and
unal affairs They will be
|ted with the prestigious
Bonds Heritage Award.
The Special Guest Speaker will
be Honorable Gideon Gadot,
member of the Knesset, and
entertainment will be provided
by Joey Russell, popular
comedian and raconteur.
Cocktails will be served 6 p.m.
and dinner at 7 p.m. Couvert is
845 per person. Reservation
Chairperson is Lily Schwartz.
974-7326.
I Oakland Estates hands out honors
at Israel Bond event
an Harry Cohen and
.erson Sophie Denen-
[announce that Dorothy
nd Joseph Ziskand will be
1 at an Israel Bonds
, to be held at Soref
the Jewish Community
1.6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.
f, Sunday morning, March
10 a.m. Couvert is S3 per
Howard Stone, authority
' Middle East, will be
I speaker.
[went is sponsored by the
Estates B'nai B'rith
N 3125. Samuel
president; Oakland
Aviva Hadassah
' Morence Blum, Dorothy
Md Joan Holzman,
F> nd the B'nai B'rith
nUwpter No. 1682, Lillian
*** president. Everyone
Gotin
Ziskand
Sam J. Kaplan, president of
B'nai Zion and Chairman of the
1985 Dinner Dance urges all to
make their reservations im-
mediately, since seating is
limited.
General Chairman Maxwell C.
Haddock, Chairman of Com-
merce, Industry and Education
for Israel Bonds, reported that
State of Israel Bonds has
mobilized more than $7 billion
which helped build every aspect
of Israel's economy. These funds
from Bond subscribers in the
United States, Canada, Europe
and other areas, were channeled
directly into the Development
Budget. The money has helped to
build Israel's economic in-
frastructure, financing the
construction of highways, ports,
the National Water Carrier, oil
pipelines, as well as water
desalinization plants, power
stations, development towns and
more recently, science-based high
technology industries.
Rabbi Isadore Wein Adele Wolman
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/* WE'VE GOT YOUR NUMBER SOUTH FLORIDA
I On Super Sunday, you will receive a call from one of your neighbors asking you to help
Jews in need at home, in Israel and around the world.
Don't put this can on hold, loo many people are
waiting already.
Mxjt support is essential to keep our Jewish
community strong.
To assure lives of dignity and self-reliance for
theelderly. \
To help our youth understand the depth and
richness of our Jewish culture.
lb help families find Jewish answers to the
challenges imposed by a modem mobile society:
\tour support is essential to meet immigrant needs
in Israel.
To provide swift and comprehensive absorption taj
new immigrants.
To help settlers establish footholds in the Galilee
and start new lives in the Negev.
To maintain vital programs for the old and for
the young.
To rejuvenate the lives of 300,000 men, women
and children in distressed neighborhoods through]
Project Renewal.
Your support is essential to sustain Jewish life around
the world.
To keep hope alive in remnant communities in
Eastern Europe, Ethiopia and the Moslem work).
To relocate thousands of people in areas of Jewish
distress who seek new lives in free lands.
\bur support is essential to the quality of Jewish life in
the years ahead.
When your telephone rings, answer the call.
On Super Sunday March 17th
JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
CALL 7484400
Israel Needs You On Super Sunday
Volunteer 2 hours of your time MARCH 17,1985
Join your neighbors at Tamarac Jewish Center
9101 N.W. 57th Street
Please reserve a telephone for me:
Name: ^__________
Address:
City: __
Phone* __________
Agency/Organizational
Affiliation: ________
Zip:.
SUNDAY, March 17,1985
/ will be able to staff the telephones from:
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
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10:0<*ILLED12noon
11:0( FILLED 1:00 p.m.
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1:00 FILLEDfcOO p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
.3:00frm. to 5:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
I will be able to staff a telephone on the
evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.
_____Monday <3/I8>_____- Tuesday <3/l
Cut Out and Mail To ^^^
Jewish Federation of Orea t" W- La****0"
P.O. Box 26810
TamaracFL 33320*810
748-8400


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