The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale


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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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Thanks to all our volunteers
e Jewish FL
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,14-Number 13
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, March 29,1986
Price t") Cents
Volunteers make
Super Sunday
a Super Success
It waa Super Sunday Time!
It was a time of excitement!
It was a time of enthusiasm!
It was a time of unity!
It was a time when thousands throughout North
[toward County became more aware of the need to
aintain and enhance the quality of Jewish life
roughout the world.
Sunday, March 17 waa UJA Super Sunday Phon-
Efun ^ that ^ caUs over 20'000 homes in
prth Broward from nine in the morning until 8 at
Efrvirom over 600 volunteers recorded over
W0 in pledges to the 1986 United Jewish
Campaign of the Jewish Federation of
ter Fort Lauderdale.
*e responses of committment generated the
Musiasm and the excitement that pervaded the
"ous hall of the Tamarac Jewish Center, Super
^^eadquarters. Super Sunday '86 was indeed
[ ^ause of the many volunteers such as the
tv u Campaign Cabinet, Ramblewood East-
l "-"ope, Hebrew Day School of Fort Lauder-
' SI with Wi"""Ji Rubin, Director, Judaica
joiool with Sharon Horowitz, Administrator,
'foundation of Florida and the William Kretch-
1 Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary.
1 Pecial thanks goes to David Krantz, President of
ui*!80 Jewi8ft Center and all the people at the
^c Jewish Center, John Shabel, Vice President
nouse Chairman, and Dave Waldman, Vice
JJ and Coalition Chairman; David KaU,
tarin, ? Holiday Inn, Plantation for his con-
OwarH i 5 *"*&*'> David Gross, President of
MecWk n for contribution of the
KSi a"d Ben Berastein, Past President of the
gj"^ Jewish Center for his donation of 10 dozen
|See?er SUnday waa SUPER thanks to all of you!
PERdJ I*88*'8 f"101"111 for Pictures from this
Passover Message
From Shoshana S. Cardin, President
Council of Jewish Federations
As we approach the
Passover season, Jews
everywhere reflect on the
past as one people, stan-
ding together, unified in the
effort to perpetuate Jewish
values and heritage for
future generations.
This Passover as we
again retrace the exodus
from Egypt, with Moses
leading the Jews to a
promised land, we see a
striking parallel as
thousands of needy Jews in
Ethiopia leave behind a life
borne with strife, suffering,
hunger and poverty. As has
repeatedly happened in its
36-year history, Israel has
reached out to the suffering
and oppressed and
welcomed them as new
immigrants in a promised
land as have other Jewish
communities in the free
The advent of Operation
Moses, the resettlement of
Ethiopian Jews in Israel,
united with our people,
brings to light the memory
of Moses who through God,
was able to deliver the
Jewish people out of
slavery and bondage to the
land of Israel. This is the
special message of this
In the tradition of Moses,
we pledge not to forget our
oppressed brothers and
sisters in the Soviet Union
and in other lands where
Jews still suffer. Israel,
with the help of North
American Jewry and the
efforts of countless Jewish
Federation campaigns, will
continue to provide funds
to house immigrants,
provide education for youth
and to care for the sick and
Passover is a time to
remember again that by
providing aid to our fellow
Jews here at home, we are
strengthening our Jewish
communities and assuring
the future of the Jewish
people. Now is also the time
to refocus on our spiritual
and moral values, on more
constructive and
imaginative use of our
leisure time and to resolve
to involve ourselves more
meaningfully in the lives of
our families, our com-
munities, our society at
large, as well as Israel and
world Jewry.
On behalf of the Council
of Jewish Federations, I
extend warmest greetings
for the Passover season and
pray that you succeed in
finding peace, happiness
and fulfillment.
Young Leadership Division
holds first meeting
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale
recently conducted the first
exciting meeting of the
Young Leadership
Division. The group
consists of couples between
the ages of 25-45 who are
young professionals in the
community, hopefully
becoming the future Jewish
leaders of tomorrow.
Held once a month, the
March meeting was hosted
by Joyce and Mike Yar-
muth of Inverrary. "The
purpose of the meeting,"
according to Mike Yar-
muth," is to bring together
the young professionals of
the community to discuss
important and relevant
Jewish issues. "I was very
proud to host the first
meeting," added Joyce
Yarmuth," and I hope
many more people will open
their homes and become a
part of this most important
Speaking at the March
meeting was Gene
Greenzweig, executive
director of the Central
Agency for Jewish
Education, who discussed
Jewish education and the
growing need for it in the
community. Other subjects
to be touched upon in
future meetings will be:
The American Jewish
Experience, The Holocaust,
Israel, the concept of
Separation of Church and
State and many more.
Those who attended the
first meeting were: Diane
and Steven Atlas, Debbie
and Robert Forman, Lester
Friedman, Linda and
Howard Gaines, Lisa and
Mark Gendal, Judith and
Burton Levinaon, Ellyn
and Steve Okrent, Trudy
and Nick Palin, Bonnie and
Alan Shapiro, Meryl and
Buzzy Tabatchnick and
Joyce and Mike Yarmuth.
The next meeting is
slated for 8 p.m. Thursday
April 18 at the Inverrary
home of Meryl and Buzzy
For further information
contact Ken Kent at 748-

P>ge 2 The Jewish Floridim of Greater Fort Uuderdaie / Friday, March 29,1966
Women's Division
Million Dollar Baby
Pictured above: seated (left to right) are Jenny
Einstein, Regina Einstein, Rose Koploviti,
Jadiia Szychter and Marysia Borden. Standing
(left to right) are Bruce YudewiU, Federation
Campaign Director; Leo Rechnic, Karl Szychter;
Murray Chermak; Daniel Cantor, ft*
Moses Chairman; Norman Gitleriu
bSSZ *"GitUr: Marx Bordtn-
Survivors donate $1500 to Operation Moses
The second gathering of the af? t..the. Kno1ver "otal in donation of $1500 to the!
Zaglembie and Vicinity Sur- North Miami Beach on Feb. 24. Federation of Greatejl
vivors and participants from box" hundred-eighteen friends Lauderdale for OperationM
other neighboring towns took gathered and the result was a
CJF office reopened in Israel
Barbara Wiener, Women s Division Campaign Chairperson and
Avtva, the Million Dollar Baby, ask your help and support in making
possible the Women's Division goal of one million dollars. The
campaign is progressing very well but the goal has not. as yet. been
reached, bo please, if you have not yet made your commitment -as a
woman, stand up and be counted make your pledge today to the
Women s Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Call the Federation office at 748-8400.
Lighthouse Point to hold
UJA cocktail party March 31
Paul and Marjorie Lehrer of
Lighthouse Point, will host a
cocktail party on behalf of the
1985 Jewish Federation United
Jewish Appeal campaign from 4
to 6 p.m. Sunday March 31, in
their home.
Lighthouse Point co-chairmen
Herman Cooper and Enyd
Sokolow. have announced that
Dr. Marc Schwartz, president of
the Hebrew Day School of Fort
Lauderdale, will be the guest
speaker. Dr. Schwartz will
discuss the recent Mission to
Poland and Israel he recently led.
John Streng, Northeast Area
chairman, expressed his thanks
to the Lehrer's for ooening their
home "for such an important
North American and Israeli
leaders were in attendance as the
Council of Jewish Federations
recently re-opened its Israel
CJF President Shoshana S.
Cardin of Baltimore hosted the
ceremonies which re-established
the CJF office previously
operative from 1968-72. '
"He-opening of the CJF office
in Israel will enhance the
relationship between North
American Jewish Federations
and Israel and will fulfill specific
program functions for CJF
member Federations,'' Mrs.
Cardin remarked.
The goal of the office is to keep
Condo Capers to be presented April 2,3
Condo Capers 1985, an original
script by Irving R. Friedman, is
being presented by the
Dramateers on April 2nd and 3rd,
at the Clubhouse Theatre
Century Village East, Deerfield
The theme and format is
different this year. The show is
filled with tunes from Oklahoma,
a bit of Americana and some
Israeli tunes.
Condo Capers is being directed
by Irving R. Friedman, Sybil
Hecker is assistant to the
Director, Claire Kaye is Musical
Consultant, Florence Rosenkopf
is their Accompanist, and lyrics
by Charlotte Gordon. Len
Zimmerman is President of the
Tickets are available at the
Clubhouse ticket office.
receive the American ORT
Federation Community
Achievement Award at an AOF
testimonial dinner to be held in
his honor at The Plaza in New
York City May 5. Funds raised at
the dinner will be used to
establish the Senator Alfonse M.
D'Amato ORT Scholarship
S Fund. The Senator will receive
the AOF Award "in recognition
of hit commitment to public
service, and his accomplishments
on behalf of the Maple of the
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key Israelis more informed and
aware of the agenda, services,
programs and issues of the North
American Jewish Federation
movement thus improving the
effectiveness of dialogue and
cooperation between the two
communities, she added.
Martin S. Kraar. former
Executive Vice President of the
St. Louis Federation, is serving
as Director of the CJF Israel
office located at 11 Pinsker Street
in Jerusalem.
__ The Council of Jewish
Federations is the association of
200 Federations. Welfare Funds
and Community Councils which
serve nearly 800 communities
embracing a Jewish popok
more than 5.7 million in I
and Canada.
Established in 1932,
Council serves as a i
instrument to strength
work and the impact of
Federations through lead
in developing programs U
changing needs in the
community; the exchanJ
successful experiences to
the most effective comii
service; estahlishing guid
for fund raising and opet
and through joint
planning and action on
purposes dealing with
regional and internationali
Not since the aefclnf of The Four Oueatlont
has something so tiny mad* it so big.
It's Tetley s tiny little tea leaves They've been making it ttgin
Jewish homes lor years. Tetley knows that |ust as tiny larre
chops and liny peas are the most flavorful, the same is true ior
tea leaves That's why for rich, refreshing tea. Tetley bags
are packed wrth uny little tea leaves. Because tiny is ""a"
Kosher lor Passover

lagine, dream, envision, touch
ie on the UJA National Singles Mission
July 21 -31
8 place that is at once
d modern, exotic and
dream of the winding
Cj Jerusalem, envision a
where mountains
^ cool fresh waters, and
[Jhe land our people have
I of for generations.
j can be done by joining
gh Federation of Greater
juderdale on its UJA
Singles Mission to
[Singles between the ages
(are invited to tour Israel
i experienced UJA guide.
i participants will .stay in
hotels in Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem and Eilat. They will
visit Galilee Kibbutzim, youth
aliyah villages, a Project Renewal
neighborhood and the usual
sights of the Western Wall,
Masada and the Holocaust
memorial. Yad Vashem.
For first timers who have never
been on a Mission to Israel
before, a pre-Mission to Paris is
offered on July 17, and will join
the mission in Israel on July 22.
For returnees, or people who have
already experienced the "once-in-
a-lifetime" feeling of a Mission, a
pre-Mission to Prague is offered.
That, too departs on July 17 and
Friday, March 29,1985/ The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
Sunrise Lakes
Phase IV
to hold first
UJA function
April 28
meets up in Israel on July 22.
Larry Behar, a returnee from
last summer's Singles Mission,
described his experience like.this:
This Mission has accomplished
a formittable task of welding 450
Americans from all parts of the
U.S. in a period of 10 days, and
has instilled pride in being
Jewish. It was an experience
which is unlike any "vacation" or
trip anywhere. It was
exhausting, physically and
emotionally draining, but we all
came out of it that much richer."
For further information,
contact Mission coordinator
Sandy Jackowitz at 748-8400.
Danny Siegel A Mentsch

j concluding lecture of the
[Contemporary Issues of
i Life lecture series will be
i March 31 at Temple Beth
I Margate at 8 p.m. Danny
lory'to air
tpril 8,9
j*rg: A Hero's Story"
1 dramatic con-
L!We or death for
'of thousands hanging
P^'uu5!t 1Uoul
6 '? tie unsung
'who defied Hklera
fi,m"fn' and created
*mk refuge for the Jew.
8 "tory is one of
i tL w mortal y
** dedlier than thS
Siegel noted author, poet, lec-
turer and educator will speak on
"Being A Mentsch in the 20th
Century." Danny Siegel first
began translating the Jewish
Experience when he traveled the
country as president of United
Synagogue Youth. As an 18 old
he would be hired by Jewish
community leaders for his
charisma. Now he is a recognized
lecturer, author, philosopher,
poet and champion of tzedakah.
Siegel is a frequent contributor to
many Jewish publications and is
known throughout the country as
a dynamic lecturer and per-
sonality,. It is said that Danny
Siegel's words are a reflection of
his own neahama: they areziees,
edel and shayn. He reveals the
hidden well springs of our
tradition. His publications in-
clude Unlocked Doors, Where
Heaven And Earth Touch, Oym
Shoes and Irises: Personalized
Tzedakah and Angels. Sponsors
of lecture series are invited to
meet with Danny Siegel at a
reception at 7 p.m. at the
synagogue. The program will
start promptly at 8 p.m.
Individual tickets may be
purchased at the door for 14 for
members and $6 for non-
members. The Contemporary
Issue of Jewish Life lecture
series is coordinated by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Participating in-
stitutions are: Temples Beth Am,
Beth Israel, Beth Israel of
Deerfield Beach. Beth Orr. Beth
Torah, Emanu-el, Kol Ami,
Sha'ary Tzedek. Sholom, Ramat
Shalom Synagogue, Hebrew
Congregation of Lauderhill,
Liberal Jewish Temple of
Coconut Creek, Southeastern
Region United Synagogue of
America, Jewish Community
Centers and Omega Con-
dominium. For further in-
formation call Helen Weisberg at
Leo Weissman
Brian Sherr, 1986 UJA general
campaign chairman, has an-
nounced that Leo Weissman has
been named chairman of the
newly-formed United Jewish
Appeal campaign in Sunrise
Lakes Phase IV
Weissman has already planned
a Special Gifts Parlor meeting for
Phase IV at 8 p.m. Sunday April
28. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Levin.
Weissman moved from New
York to Florida in 1983 and
immediately began to get in-
volved in the Jewish community.
A Holocaust survivor, he spent
six years in concentration camps
such as Auschwitz and Bergen-
Belsen. He was a witness at post-
war trials of Nazi criminals and is
a member of the U.S. Advisory
Board on Jewish Material Claims
Agaisnt Germany. He is also a
member of the executive board
and director of public relations
for the Warsaw Ghetto
Resistance Organization.
For a quarter of a century he
has worked to strengthen the
Jewish community through his
service on the professional staffs
of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies and the UJA-
Federation Joint Campaign.
Weissman has announced that
Gideon Peleg will be the guest
speaker at the Special Gifts
event. Peleg will give an Israel
update which promises to be
"new, exciting and thought
provoking." For information
contact Natalie at the Federation
at 748-8400.
Deerfield Beach's Temple Beth Israel donates $15,000
to Federation/UJA
Temple Beth Israel of Deerfield Beach recently
presented a check to the Jewish Federation on
behalf of its 1985 United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. The check, in the amount of $15,000, in-
creased the commitment of Beth Israel
congregants by 33 percent. Pictured at the check
presentation are (left to right): Samuel Pavony,
Temple treasurer; Saul Kirschenbaum, Temple
president; Samuel K. Miller, vice president of the
Jewish Federation; and Sylvia Beckman, Temple
vice president.
O.K. Service Center
702 E. McNab Rd.
Pompano Beach 781-0990
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nt U J A dinner tremendous success
Woodmont UJA co-chairmen Mae Wittenberg. Waiter Bernstein and Lou Colker
Charles and Anne Ross.
Woodmont residents turned out in record number
for the annual United Jewish Appeal Dinner Dane
on Feb. IT, according to co-chairmen Walter Ber
nstein, Lou Colker and Moe Wittenberg.
So far this year Woodmont residents have con
tributed over $200,000 to the annual United Jewi|
Appeal Jewish Federation campaign.
Abe and Ann David, Mark and Sorma David
The following paragraph appeared in the Winter 1985 issue of
Want's New in Federation's, a publication detailing the ac-
complishments of Federation's around the country.
Rabbi Albert Schwartz. Director of Chaplaincy of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Landerdale has been instrumental in
the formation of a task force addressing the problems of alcohol
and drug abuse in the Jewish community. South Florida Jewish
leaders have agreed that one of the biggest problems is denial of
addiction and the task force believes that the seriousness of the
problem must be widely publicized.
Morty and Carol Simon
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Vo'umeM aa.Sm------lal ____ Number 13
NEW YORK Each year
festivals take place throughout
Israel creating a rich en-
vironment for the sharing of the
arts between Israel's artistic
communities and visiting in-
ternationally renowned foreign
performers. The most notable of
Uieee festivals i, the Israel
Festival, which was established
m 1961 and rivals the Edinburgh
and Salzburg Festivals in quality
and scope of events.
The Israel Festival will take
place this year in Jerusalem from
May 18 through June 8. The
opening day is Jerusalem Day.
the commemoration of the
reunification of Jerusalem after
the 1967 Six Day War. The
excitement generated by the
international performing artists,
in addition to Israel's own talent,
will be heightened by Jerusalem's
dramatic, ancient venues such as
the Sultans Pool. Dormition
Abbey and the Mt. Scopus
amphitheatre. Jerusalem's
modern concert and theatre balls,
as well as the parks and bustling,
braided streets, will be the scan*
of performances of mime and
dance. In homage to Bach's and
Handel's 300th anniversary,
works by these composers will
feature prominently in the
Festival program
Jerusalem's Mturel
will be enhanced by
d* dunngJw3
period, with warm springJ"
day tours of the ew
comparable histor*^
religious sites An esxa-a
stimulating r^Satul
Jerusalem's unique "JJ
outstanding not-to-be
event. __
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contact the^ Israel Coven*
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Friday. March 29,1985 / The Jewish Fbridian of Graatar Fort Lauderdale Pag 5
Bametts host Northeast Area UJA event
North East area com-
0f Fort Lauderdale
ZLrf to the call for Jewish
^j and participation at a
^United Jewish Appeal
|gjd at the home of Elliot
Hue Barnett, Feb. 7.
purpose of the even-
ing to John Streng,
kast area UJA chairman,
tt call for greater Jewish
apation in the Northeast
community of Fort
Wattle" Over 47 people
led the cocktail party at the
t home. "It was our
I to host this most im-
event on behalf of Jewish
CtionUJA campaign."
_t speaker Jonathan
K! discussed the relationship
I and the U.S. and
Jews must participate in
local community.
events slated for the
Beast area UJA campaign
April 21 cocktail party at the
Beach home of Stephen
Julie LeVine. April 28
Pail party at the Sunrise Key
of Roger and Linda
art. For additional in-
ion contact Steven Perry
Gait office. 536-5202.
Alan Levy, general UJA campaign co-chairman; John Streng,
Northeast Area UJA chairman; and Barry Mandelkorn, chairman of
Jonathan Livny, guest speaker; Larry Behar, UJA chairman at the
Sea Ranch Club and guest host; and guest.
Host Elliot Barnett with Joseph and Terry Novich.
Hostess Bonnie Barnett with Alan Levy and John Bauer.
Saul and Adele Geronemuo.
Host Elliot Barnett is flanked by Mark and Jane Grant.
Barton and Shirley Weisman.
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Uuderdaie Friday, Merc* 29,1986
"Let every person, in every
generation, think of himself as a
former slave, freed from bondage
in Egypt" (Haggadah)
That any people should
commemorate their descent from
slaves, as we Jews do when we
celebrate the springtime festival
of Pesach (Passover), must seem
remarkable. The fact is that the
Exodus from Egypt marked the
birth of the Jewish people, and
this is proudly proclaimed not
only at Passover, the "season of
our freedom." but in the prayers
of every day of the year and in
the kiddush of every Sabbath and
Festival. The Torah says
repeatedly. '' Remem ber. you
were slaves in Egypt" and the
Jew has remembered.
On Pesach. he recalls the story
of the wandering in the desert for
40 years, of Moses' acceptance of
the Torah on Mount Sinai, of the
entrance into the Promised Land.
The dramatic story is in the Book
of Exodus. The story is also
retold, with commentary, in the
Haggadah. the guide book to
The seder is the most im-
pressive family meal of the year.
It is enhanced by a beautifully
table and by specially invited
relatives and other guests.
Family melodies, the children's
eager voices asking the "four
uoestions" plus many of their
own enrich the occasion. It is
given religious and spiritual
significance by the intriguing
symbols on the table.
The Symbols While some
individuals and nations tend to
forget their humble origins, we
remind ourselves annually that
we were once slaves. Tangible
symbols on the Seder table help
even the youngest child un-
derstand the principles of
freedom. These symbols are:
Matzot. Three whole matzot
(unleavened bread), placed
between three napkins or in a
specially sectioned cover. This
reminds us of the bread made in
haste by the Israelite women on
their hurried departure from
Egypt. The three maUot also
represent the three traditional
groups of Jews Kohen. Levi
A large plate on which are set:
Remembrance of the sacrificial
lamb offered by the Israelites,
and eaten on the eve of their de-
parture from Egypt.
ROASTED EGG ibeitzah)
Recalls the individual festival
offering of Temple days, known
as the hagigah.
MOROR. Bitter herbs (bor
seradish is usually used) as a
reminder of the bitterness of the
bondage in Egypt.
KARPAS. Celery or parsley or
any other green vegetable
suggests the first green of spring
It is also said to represent a first
course in the meal, which in
ancient times only free men could
SALT WATER. Into which
the greens are dipped, described
as the tears shed for suffering
and persecution
HAROSET. A mixture of
chopped apples and nuts, cin-
namon and wine, suggesting the
bricks that the Israelites made
for Pharaoh.
In addition to a wine cup for
each member of the family:
especially attractive wine goblet
is placed on the table as an extra
cup. According to legend, the
prophet Elijah may unexpectedly
arrive to drink from that cup. He
is the messenger of the Messiah
who will someday bring peace
and freedom to all the world.
The symbols may be placed on
any large plate. A special divided
seder plate adds dignity and
beauty to the table. The symbols
and the ceremonies related to
them are outlined in the
Haggadah means "recital." It
tells the story of freedom with
appropriate prayers and praise,
and includes anecdotes, tales,
references to great historic
episodes in Jewish history, and
special gongs to keep the children
awake through the long service
The Seder is enhanced if you have
handsome illustrated Haggadahs
with interesting commentaries.
This leads to stimulating
discussions during the meal,
bringing the group closer to the
idea of kol hamarbeh- that
anyone who expands the retelling
of the story of freedom is
praisew ort hv
Kiddush. as on other festival
Washing of the hands without
the customary blessing
Eating of the greens dipped in
salt water
Breaking of the middle cake of
matzah: putting half away for
the afikoman
Recital of the Haggadah
Washing of the hands with the
customary blessing
Blessing for bread over the
topmost matzah
Dividing the topmost matzah
among those at the table
Eating of the bitter herb
dipped in haroset
Eating of the bitter herb with
The Passover meal
Eating of the afikoman
Grace after the meal
Chanting of the Halle!
Closing prayer
Hard boiled eggs in salt water,
fruit cup, gefillte fish, chicken
soup with k'naidlach, roast
turkey. Passover potato kugel.
candied carrots, green salad,
strawberry delight, Passover
spongecake, tea or black coffee.
K'NAIDLACH (Matzah Meal Dumpling.)
2 tbsps. chicken fat or other shortening
2 eggs, lightly beaten
11 cup matzah meal
1 tap. salt
2 tbsps. water or soup stock
Mix together shortening and eggs, add matzah meal and
and blend the mixture well. Add water or stock Co
mixture and chill it for at least 20 minutes. Form into phi
balls and drop them gently in boiling salted water or soup
the dumplings for 30 to 40 minutes and serve thernin
Makes about 16 k'naidlach.
Variation: For lighter, fluggier k'naidlach. separate the
and beat the yolks and whites separately. Proceed as above,]
fold the egg whites into the yolks carefully before adding
matzah meal.
Note: During the year, bit not for Passover, 1 teams
baking powder may be added to this recipe.
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delicacy, which if identified in most American Jewish
u a Shabbat and holiday dish, ia actually of Eastern
a, origin- Oriental and even many Western European
i never serve this dish.
pounds whitefish
Sndsoup (or 3 pounds each of any two of these or any
Combination of fresh-water fish obtainable)
iium onions
jap. art
lh tops, pepper
Ki cup ice water
L ^s. matzah or cracker meal or bread crumbs (fine)
3 sliced carrots
[fillet the fish (some stores will do this for you) and reserve the
skin and bones. Place the fish trimmings, 3 of the onions, 2
^oons of salt and J/4 teaspoon of paper in 1 quart of water in
iwepan and cook the stock over high heat.
Meanwhile prepare the fish. Grind the fish and remaining
n, place them in a chopping bowl, and add the eggs, ice
t, meal, sugar, and remaining salt and pepper. Chop the
Inure until very fine and thoroughly blended. Moisten the
i and shape the mixture into balls. Drop the balls gently
ithe fish stock and add the carrots.
| This is one of the ceremonial dishes for the seder.
I apple, peeled, cored and chopped fine
1: cup shelled walnuts or pecans, ground or chopped fine
1! top. sugar
II stp. cinnamon
1 tbsp. kosher red wine
| Mil together the apple, nuts, sugar and cinnamon. Add the
De and mix thoroughly. Allow 1 tablespoon of haroset par
FVicky, March29,1985/The Jewish F^^ Page 7

UE Annual Dinner held March 21
8 eggs (separated) '
1 '/i cups sugar
Rind of 2 lemons
Juice of Vt lemon
'/ cup cake flour
V* cup potato starch
'/4 tap. salt
Beat egg whties to form peaks. Beat egg yolk with the sugar,
lemon rind and lemon juice until they are almost white and Tike
custard. Sift the cake flour, potato starch and salt. Fold the egg
whites and dry ingredients alternately into the yolks. Bake in 2
ungreased layer cake pans in 325 degrees oven for 1 hour, or
until done. Invert pans; hang on funnel or bottle to cool
JWB celebrates Passover
Passover holiday, with all its
trimmings and special meanings,
will be celebrated by American
Jewish military personnel, their
families, and patients in Veterans
Administration hospitals, thanks
to the close cooperation of the
U.S. Armed Forces, VA, JWB,
Jewish Chaplains and military
lay leaders, and to contributions
received by JWB's Women's
Organizations' Services.
The first Seder is Friday night,
April 5. Passover lasts through
April 13. Yizkor (Memorial)
services will take place on the last
Details of Passover
arrangements were announced by
Rabbi Barry H. Greene, Short
Hills, N.J., chairman of JWB's
Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy, and Gerald Ostrow,
Pittsburgh, chairman, JWB's
Armed Forces and Veterans
Services Committee.
Rabbi David Lapp, director,
JWB Armed Forces and
Veterans Services and Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy,
said that Sedarim and services
will be conducted by active-dutv
and part-time chaplains and lay
leaders throughout the world.
JWB's Shipping Department
distributed hundreds of Passover
food packages, Haggadot,
prayerbooks, Passover leaflets
and greeting cards, and other
items to chaplains and Jewish lay
leaders at installations in the
continental United States and
overseas, VA hospitals, U.S.
service academies and aboard
ships at sea.
Shevin. president of
ntral Agency for Jewish
ation was honored at the
dinner of the agency,
ay evening. March 21, at
on Hotel on Miami
ring her tenure as president
|AJE from 1983, major
included the establish-
lof a Teacher Center, a new
pg relationship with the
gogue supplementary
schools, expansion of
ndrasha adult education
and a comprehensive
of the Hay School
? Shevin, a native of Miami
* been active in the Miami
community and serves as
of the Board of
of the Greater Miami
fJeratlon- She assumed
iV* education at the
IDavid Congregation, co-
the Board of Education
'years, and serving as a
S^fw 12 years. She
nan when the Beth
lomon Schechter Day
established. She has
[ member of the Board
g"' the JewUh
i ud Centeru ^th Dade
lPial memorial was
a at the dinner in memory
,rf,r?d*ein- long-time
'of* Board of Directors
" passed away about
** *> Tendering the
" Mr. Alfred Golden.
.^ethsr with Gwen
u both former CAJE
-served ,s co-
of the affair.
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?Be8 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday, March 29,1986
Crystal Lake UJA breakfast
Pictured left to right: Hy Kaplan, co^hairman; PhU Rubinstein, co-chairman; Dan Cantor, guest
speaker; and Max Ftnkel, chairman.
President Hosni Mubarak with a Utter caUngJo,%!
Egyptian-Israeli relations. The letter was s^edbiogtit
Congress. At the raar is New York CongressZnBeVZn^
Rabbinical Assembly admits first 2 women Rabbis to Conservative group
The Rabbinical Assembly, the
international body of Con-
servative rabbis, overwhelmingly
voted for the first time to admit
two women Reform rabbis.
After rejecting the two can-
didates, both of whom received
Reform ordination, two years in a
row, the 85th annual meeting of
the 1,200-membe econservative
rabbinical group accepted the
applications of Rabbi Beverly
Magidson, of Congregation Beth
Shalom, Clifton Park, NY., a
Conservative synagogue, and
Rabbi Jan Carol Kaufman of
Rockville, Md chaplain of a
Jewish day school.
The affirmative vote followed
the adoption last month of a
constitutional amendment by
members of the Rabbinical
Assembly by a vote of 636 to 267
to admit upon ordination the
graduating class of the Jewish
Theological Seminary in New
York. Thus Amy Eilberg, a 30-
year-old student from
Philadelphia won her right to
become Conservative Judaism's
first woman rabbi.
At the assembly session at the
Eden Roc Hotel, Eilberg and
others in her 1985 class were
introduced to overwhelming
applause by the asaembled
delegates with repeated echoes of
"today we have made history."
The ordination of this year's class
will be held in May in New York
Commenting on the lengthy
battle to win the right for women
to be admitted into Conservative
Judaism as rabbinic candidates,
Rabbi Cassel Abelson, RA vice
president from Minneapolis, said
"We are dosing one act of
drama and opening the wijr
the next stage. We hope cb
who oppose us on this issue
now become a vocal minority!
together join with us in Uckl
the many questions thatconfn
us as rabbis and a religi
Volunteers for Israel
The current crisis in Israel calls
for the people in the diaspora to
show their presence to help out in
its hour of need. It will also show
the Israelis that the people of the
world have not forgotten them.
Israel needs all the support it
can muster to uplift the spirits of
its citizens and army personnel.
It is amazing how the average
GE accepts the dedication of the
volunteer. He cannot understand
why a person would pay a
registration fee and his own
airfare to come to Israel to
perform physical manual labor
without compensation.
When the Israeli people see a
volunteer wearing his distinctive
emblem signifying "Volunteer,"
they come over to shake his or
her hand and say "Todah Rabah"
(thanks) for their efforts in
helping out during this economic
and manpower crisis.
Volunteers for Israel send
people on this work program the
All you have to do is
Information can be obtained
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the Jewish Community Center
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Thursday, and Friday between
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Friday, March 29,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 9
Start a tasteful tradition. Make your
knaidlach with G. Washington's*
Seasoning and Broth.
IK JEWISH NEEDS: The Holocaust
, of South Florida recently presented
tks to the Jewish Federation of Greater
'trdale earmarked for programs the
supports A check in the amount of
j donated for Operation Moses, the
tot of Ethiopian Jews to Israel; another
br $1000 was donated for Federation's
Project Renewal "twinned" city of Kfar Saba,
and a third check in the amount of $4000 was
donated to the FederationUnited Jewish Appeal
campaign, which funds local programs as well as
the needs of Israel. Pictured (left to right) are:
Isaac Schlomkowitz; Larry Schuval, Director of
Planning and Budget Committee Director for the
Federation; Abe Friedman; Sam Desperak;
Ludwik Brodzki; and Simon Friedman.
JCC offers all new
Travel Camp Program
For an extra special seder
make knaidlach that are different
from all other knaidlach with
G Washington s Seasoning and
Broth G Washington s is more
than a flavor enhancer
It's a complete seasoning
The unique blend of herbs ana
spices flavors your knaidlach in
more ways than one
Serve knaidlach made w:th
G Washington s and hear your
guests sing their praises'
5 packets G Washina.ton s
Golden Seasoning Md Broth
dash pepper
2t(g>. lightly beaten
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Vi cup mat rah meal
f ean boiling water
Mix eggs oil 1 packet G Washington s and pepper Gradually add matzah meal
stirring until thick Refrigerate 20 minutes in covered bowl Form dough into 8
balls Add remaining 4 packets G Washington s to boiling water stir Drop mat-
zah baits into broth, simmer 30 minutes Makes 8 mat/ah bans
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Camp Aliyah, a new
ping program for boys
entering grades 7, 8,
i scheduled for this
summer by Fort
_ii Jewish Community
according to Nina Tekel,
pointed JCC Director of
Teen Services at the
will have the op-
to travel to the far-
|exciting places they've
nd read about on an
litioned bus, make new
and still enjoy a full
when they're home in
^uderdale with local trips,
and entertainment!
we've planned a real
ior our teenagers,"
ing is a description of
fViiyah's program:
Session 1 Nashville-
Chattanooga for a six-day ex-
SearioB 2 Washington D.C.
and New York City for a 13-day
Bet this option will be for the
camper who does not wish to
participate on the extended trip
Please contact Nina Tekel at
the Jewish Community Center,
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd. for further
information, 792-6700.
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PagelO The Jewish Floridian of GrwUr Fort Uuoerdale Friday, March 29.196i
Modai warns: Do not be deceived
by Mubarak
NEW YORK (JTA, Yitzhak
Modai, Israel's Finance Minister,
warned American Jewish leaders
not to be deceived by Egyptian
President Hosni Mubarak and
not take his statements at face
"After ail he cornea from the
orient and yon have to
distinguish between imagination
and facts in hit statements."
Modai told a mrafaa, of the
Conference of ^-^m of
Major American Jewish
A number of Jewiah leaders
who were present at the
Presidents Conference meeting,
expressed surprise at the remarks
of the Israai Minister "He had
ao business saying that to us." havetosae
Bonn will seek extradition
of Mengele
one of tnetn told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency after the
meeting. Modai recalled that he
was missed by the Egyptian
leader when he went to Cairo at
the invitation of the Egyptian
ruler. "I wanted for a bag time to
go to Cairo, bat I was not invited
until recently. Two days after my
meetings in Cairo it was an-
nounced that Mabarak was be
to Washington. Modai
rhratsaj that his in-
to Cairo was part of an
Egyptian ploy to gain fa vm able
public opsssoa hi ion going to
"I just want yon not to be
misled by Mubarak's
L" Modai said Yoa
government recently has in-
formed the governments of 12
other countries that it intends to
ask for the extradition of Nazi
war criminal Josef Mengele when
he is found so that he can stand
trial in West Germany.
Deputy Justice Minister
Benno Erhard. speaking for the
ruling Christian Democratic
Onion (CDU). said in response to
questions in the Bundestag that
the 12 countries contacted were
those where Mengele, the Ausch-
witz death camp doctor, is
believed to have found refuge in
recent years.
Paraguay is considered by
most Nazi hunters to have been
e's haven for many years.
Erhard said that when President
Alfredo Stroeasner of Paraguay
pays his official visit to Bonn
shortly. Chancellor Helmut Kohl
will raise the issue of Mengele in
the course of their talks.
According to Erhsrd.
Washington has advised Bonn
that the Paraguayan government
is willing to cooperate and would
arrest Mengele if he is located in
that country.
Erhard reported that since the
Federal Republic posted s one
million Mark reward for in-
formation leading to Mengele's
arrest, many individuals have
claimed knowledge of his
whereabouts but so far none of
this information has resulted in
progress toward his capture.
Peres denies aide met Jordanian
Premier Shimon Peres flatly
denied that one of his top aides
met secretly with a represen-
tative of Jordan's King Hussein
in Cairo
Peres was referring to a report
in Yediot Achronot claiming that
Gen. (Res.) Avraham Tamir.
Director General of the Prime .
Minister's Office, met in the
Egyptian capital with Adnan
Abu Oudeh. Minister of State at
the Royal Court in Amman, to
discuss possible Palestinian
members of a joint Jordanian-
Palestinian negotiating team.
The report had been em-
phatically denied earlier by the
Prime Minister urtice. It was
followed by Peres' denial, in
-espouse to s question by
Minister of Commerce and
Industry Ariel Sharon. The
Prime Minister's denial was later
given to the media as an office!
The report in Yediot Achronot
was written by the newspaper's
Arab affairs correspondent.
Semadar Parry, who gave no
source for her story,Tamir was in
Cairo officially for talks with
Prime Minister Kemal Hassan
Ali and Foreign Minister Esmet
Abdel Meguid. The Egyptian
capital was also visited earlier by
the Israeli Minister of Energy
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U.S. vetos anti-Israel resolution
- The United States vetoed a
leoaneee resolution in the
Security Council condemning
Israel and demanding the im-
mediate withdrawal of all Israeli
forces from south Lebanon.
The vote on the resolution was
11-1 in favor with three ab-
stentions. The abstaining
countries were the United
Kingdom. Denmark and
Australia. The U.S. cast the
opposing vote.
The Lebanese draft resolution
sought to condemn the Israeli
"practices and measures against
the civilian population in
southern Lebanon, the western
Bekaa and the Rasfasys district
which are in violation of the rules
and principles of international
law." The resolution also
demanded implementation of
previous Security Council
resolutions calling for the im-
mediate withdrawal of all Israeli
military forces in Lebanon.
U.S. Ambassador Jeans Xirk-
patrick. in a abort statement
before she cast the veto,
described the Lebanese draft
resolution as "unbalanced" and
as s draft that "does not accord
Israel fair treatment." She said
that even the debate in the
Security Council on the Lebanese
complaint did not accord Israel
"fair treatment," noting that
Israel was accused of horrendous
crimes it did not commit.
Moreover, Kirkpatrick said,
the "hostility that singled out
Israel" in the Security Council
had manifested itself even when
the victims in Lebanon ware
Israeli soldiers. Shecbargedt
the Lebanese draft resolutions!
repleat with "double stands
and the debate in the Sera
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She said Lebanon refused
modify its draft resolution
that the U.S. could join
supporting it. She reittri
Washington's support of In
withdrawal from Lebanon
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the withdrawal of all fort
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The Israeli Ambassad
Binysmin Netanyahu, said I
Israel will continue to protect
soldiers and citizens and will
be deterred by acts of fani
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Friday, March 29,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
tervative Rabbis urge Gorbachev
release prisoners of conscience
Page 11
Gorbachev, the new
Ijder, was urged by
Conservative rabbia.
to engage in a new
of cooperation with the
by releasing Soviet
of Conscience, per-
g increased Jewish
ition, and adhering to the
i accords, of which it is a
kthe 85th annual meeting of
1,200 member Rabbinical
bly, the rabbinic body of
vative Judaism. President
_i was urged to include the
frf human rights for Soviet
Lis part of all dialogues held
ten the United States and
I USSR, including talks on
nuclear arms and trade.
A more direct and personalized
plea on behalf of Soviet Jews was
issued by a leader of the Black
community, the Catholic Church
and a Conservative rabbi all
active in helping the cause of
human rights and in particular
Jews in the Soviet Union.
Rabbi Allan Sack Meyerowitz
of Spring Valley. NY. chairman
of the RA's Committee on Soviet
Jewry, declared. True relations
and agreement will never be
achieved between the USSR and
the United States unless the
human rights question is fully
and properly addressed by Soviet
leaders and new policies adop-
fifth Annual Menorah/B'nai B'rith
Senior Golf Tournament
lony West (iolf Course will
l the Fifth Annual Menorah
sB'nai B'rith Seniors Golf
nament Maj B
i of the oldest and largest
tteur senior- tournaments in
ith Florida this year's
^petition will hi' limited to the
144 golfer- registered, ac-
to Oscar Goldstain of
ah Gardens and Funeral
ls. CD-sponsors of the
nentwith B'nai B'rith.
npetition is open to men
|women age 55 ;md older, with
proceeds going to B'nai
Youth Services, which
\t many as 500 golfers have
in the tournament in
ous years at Turnberry,
lAireand other courses, and
*in stresses the need for
registration due to this
fs limited field The $30 entry
versgreens fees, cart, prizes
mis. and. for the first time.
nrds luncheon to be held the
day of the tournament in the new
Colony West clubhouse.
Located on Pine Island Road
just south of McNab Road, the
par 72 Colony West course is
considered one of the most
challenging in Broward County.
Entry forms may be obtained
at any of the Menorah Gardens
and Funeral Chapels facilities in
North Miami Beach. Sunrise.
Deerfield Beach. Margate and
West Palm Beach, and at any
B'nai B'rith regional office.
"The tournament has been a
very enjoyable one in its past
four outings," Goldstein said,
"but more importantly, we have
been gratified to know that, to
date, it has raised more than
$20,000 for B'nai B'rith Youth
Services. It is, in essence, a round
of golf and a luncheon, at an
exciting course, with gifts and
prizes, in return for a charitable
contribution. Consequently,
we're looking forward to another
successful outing this year.''
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community, on behalf of the 1985 Jewish
FederationUnited Jewish Appeal campaign,
recently held a UJA breakfast, where they
honored Murray Rosenberg, who passed away a
few weeks ago, for his dedication and service to
UJA. Also honored was the entire Omega
Condominium for its hard work. Pictured at the
function were (left to right): Louis'Wechter,
Omega Condo president; Mrs. Murray' Rosen-
berg, who accepted the award for her late
husband; and Jerry Kaye, Omega UJA chairman.
UN veto will endanger Americans in Beirut
Jeane Kirkpatrick, the United
States Ambassador to the United
Nations, has revealed to the
Security Council that there have
been at least three threats
against Americans in Lebanon if
the U.S. vetoed a Lebanese-
sponsored resolution condemning
"These threats have been
specifically linked to our actions
in the Security Council in a jrross
and vile attempt to influence the
participation and vote of the
United States in this body."
Kirkpatrick told the Council. She
urged it to make sure that it is
operating without the pressure of
The Council, which had been
expected to vote on a resolution
condemning Israel's current
military actions in Lebanon and
urging the immediate withdrawal
of Israeli troops from south
Lebanon, is expected to continue
Kirkpatrick said the U.S. also
received threats after it vetoed an
anti-Israel resolution in the
Security Council last Sept. 6. She
said the threats came from a
group known as the Islamic Holy
War. She said that on Sept. 20,
two Americans and 10 Lebanese
employes of the American
Embassy in Beirut were killed by
a truck-bomb at the Embassy.

The memories of Passover's gone by. The reading of The Hsggadah-
The KkWush-The Mattoh-Tbe MaNishtanah-The stories of the Exodus,
the Affcomin, and above all the singing of the traditional songs and
melodies that are part of the Passover seder.
However, there is still one more tradition which has become a part
of the family Seder table-Manischewitz wine. Manischewitz wine always
graced every holiday table, particularly the
Passover Seder table. It spans
generations and somehow symbolizes the
continuity of the family Seder.
The "flavor" of Passover would not be
the same without Manischewitz Kosher Wine.
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400.
Hadassah-liana Chapter: 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Bake sale combined
with book sale. Broward Federal,
Oakland Pk. Blvd.
Temple Esaann-El: 6:30 p.m.
Cadillac affair. At Temple, 3245
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
Bermuda Club Entertainment
Comm: 8:30 p.m. Show featuring
Patrice Munsel, Larry Dorn and
Chris ContiOo. Clubhouse. 721-
Sunriae Jewieh Center Men'.
Club: 8 p.m. "The Big Band Era
Show," featuring Harry Frank
and his 10-Piece Orchestra,
Harriet Blake and Roger Riddle.
Donation $5, *4. At Temple. 4099
Pine Island Rd., Sunrise. 741-
Sunriae Lake* Condo Association
I: 7:30 p.m. Show featuring
Winged Victory Singers, Lee
Stanley and Hamny. Dancing to
follow. Donation $4. Playhouse,
8100 Sunrise Lakes Dr. N. 742-
West Broward Jewish
Congregation: 8 p.m. Bowling
party at Fairlanes, Plantation.
741-5284 or 791-7757.
Friends for Life-Inverrary
Chapter: 6:30 p.m. Dinner dance.
Contemporary Issues of Jewish
Life Lecture Series: 8 p.m.
Speaker: Danny Siegel. "Being a
Mentsch in the 20th Century."
Temple Beth Am. Margate.
AIPAC: 9:30 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Florida Workshop on Politics.
Marriott Hotel, Fort Lauderdale.
NW Focal Point Senior Center: 2
p.m. Concert by NW Symphonic
Pops Orchestra. BCC, Omni Aud.
Baal Zion Harry Matinsky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m.
Dance and social. Donation
$3.50. Luigi's Danceworld, 4850
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. 7411136.
Lime Bay Community
Association: Lime Bay Women's
Club Bazaar.
Women's Divialoo: 11:30 a.m.
Installation of officers. Pier 66.
City of Hope Plantation Chapter:
11:45 a.m. Meeting. Plantation
Community Center, 5556 Palm
Tree Rd. 792-8009.
Pioneer Women Na'amat
Hatikvah Chapter: 11 a.m. Helen
Slobin will present, "The Saga of
a Nation." Mini-lunch. Sunrise
Lakes I Playhouse.
Condo Capers: April 2, 3.
Century Village. Deerfield Beach.
Bnai Zion Harry Matinsky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m. Adele
Wolman will discuss, "Sex and
the Jewish Experience." Broward
Federal, 5618 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd. 741-1136 or 722-2311.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach-Sisterhood: 9:30 a.m.
Board meeting. At Temple.
B'nai B'rith Women-Sunrise
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Mini-
lunch. Sunrise Lakes Phase I
The Florida Mid-Coast Region
of Hadassah wfll hold its Spring
Conference from May 5-7 at the
Fort Lauderdale's Beach Hilton
Hotel. MoUie Lewis, Hadassah
president, has announced that
Lois Slott will be the National
Advisor for the Spring Con-
ference. For information call
Conference chairman Cele
Bernstein or co-chairman Miriam
Cogan at 474-7766.
Women's League for Israel is
off to a million dollar start as a
result of the Florida Region
luncheon meeting celebrating the
heritage club participants, who
have committed to be part of the
group of 1,000 who give $1,000
each towards the needs of women
immigrants and young people in
Israel. The Florida coordinator of
the Heritage Club is Frances G.
Kesnick. a national director of
Women's League for Israel.
Thirty seven women joined the
club, "drawing inspiration and
enthusiasm based on the needs of
the homes in Israel at Natanya,
Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem,
which have been established by
WLI over the last 58 years and
are maintained and supported
with efforts by the more than
5.000 volunteers in the program,"
stated Lorraine Frost, Region
Cecile Fine, senior region vice
president of Women's League
will continue to direct the fund
raising opportunities for South
Florida Jewish Women.
Due lo an error in the printing of the
Manischewitz 1985 Menu Planner, Herring and
Cream Cheese Spread was included in what was
intended to be a convenient pareve menu for the
second Seder which this year falls on Saturday
Local A Long Distance Licensed A Insured
Ft. Lauderdale/
B'nai B'rith opens campaigj
for Genocide Treaty approval
However, several aJ
Senator RichardjLj
chairman 0f TkTL
""wve-tion that iZ$
-t.nti.lly weaken**JI
amendment would Jl,
to submit itself tc?%
"In the mind of
ternational |aw tt -<,
proiwnmts of the treitvT
reservation would
America's ratification
Genocide ConvtBi
meaningless." Ra^ J
dtdandin their rework]
adding that some of our I
tmm believe that
reservation would invi
nation's acceptance.
The B'nai B'rith leaden.
that the Soviet UnioTS
other countries have i
similar reservations in ,
acceptance of the treaty. "|
B'rith and other treaty advot.
believe it is important U
United States not to follow]
soviet example, but to
high road." they said, "na
has nothing to hide or to I
The Soviets, on the other I
B'rith International has begun a
nationwide campaign for U.S.
Senate ratification of the
Genocide Convention without
any reservations that would
weaken its effectiveness.
Spearheading the campaign is
the Grass Roots Action Network
(GRAN) of the International
Council of B'nai B'rith.
Stuart Raskas of St. Louis,
chairman of GRAN, and Philip
Lax of Maplewood, N.J., ICCB
chairman, called on members to
write to their senators and enlist
active support of local Jewieh
and non-Jewish groups, including
churches and business, labor and
women'8 organizations, and the
"Now is the moment for a
massive campaign to ensure
passage of this long-languishing
treaty which, because the United
States has yet to ratify it, has
become an embarrassment and
detriment to American in-
terests," they declared.
Raskas noted that President
Reagan, on the eve of his address
to the B'nai B'rith Internationa]
Convention last September,
endorsed the Genocide Treaty
and urged Senate endorsement.
"We intend to use the (treaty) in
our efforts to expand human
freedom and fight human rights
abuses around the world," the
President stated.
Among the volunteers honored (left to right) were: Sol Reuner,
Evelyn Michoelson, Selma Streng, Lillian Slawsky, Sam Karger and
Hy Seidman.
Energy Compassion and
Responsible Effort) honored
volunteer workers who donated
their time and effort to help staff
the Jewish Community Center's'
thrift shop, "Le Browse," during
this past year.
Located at 4314 N State Rd 7,
the shop, whose proceeds help
support the center, has been in
existence over five years and is
stocked with donations of fur-
niture, clothing and household
accessories. Volunteers sort and
arrange merchandise and also
serve as salespeople and cashiers
when needed.
Over 25 attended the breakfast
at the JCC, located at 6601 W
Sunrise Blvd.
WECARE. directed by
Rhonda Putterman. offers many
opportunities for volunteer
service in the community. For
further information call her at
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz'
1- What is the meaning
2- Who is to ask the
Questions" at the Seder?
3- Why should one
comfortably against
cushions on the Seder nights?
4- What are the ArbaKosot
5- What significance his
"Cup of Elijah"?
6- Name three songs
during the Seder.
7- Who instituted the cusfl
of eating a sandwich of Mi
and Maror (bitter herbs)?
8- How many "Setkrin"
celebrated by the Jewisfc
9- Where did the J
celebrate the first Passover?
10- What concludes
Passover Seder?
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/rurged to demonstrate benefit of peace with Israel to other Arabs
Ungton (JTA) -
,B Jewish leaders told
1, Hosni Mubarak of
hhit "no possible progress
bottce" could be made in
Kite East unless Israel
pved in direct talks with
Lb neighbors.
Mubarak was urged "to
demonstrate to his fellow Arab
leaders the advantages of peace
with Israel by giving genuine
content to that peace by
returning his Ambassador to
Israel and by fulfilling the
commitment to trade, tourism
and cultural exchanges contained
in the treaty between Egypt and
"Only if the Arab world
recognizes that peace with Israel
can bring political and economic
dividends will the circle of peace
grow wider," said Kenneth
Bialkin, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
Bialkin led a group of some 20
leaders of American Jewish
organizations in an hour long
meeting with the Egyptian leader
at the Madison Hotel.
niVi!1' Rabbi Kurt St0"*' Judith Stone, Sunny Landsman, Joseph
voldhar and Hy Kaplan. Featured performers were Rabbi Stone and
Mrs. Stone and Joseph Goldhar. Chairperson fo Jewish Heritage
We*k- which tooh place at the Jewish Community Center from March
2 through March 10, was Sunny Landsman. Also participating was
SPRINGS I recently held its annual
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I Tager were honored for their continued
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Federation's Kosher Nutrition Program and "The
Gathering Place,'' a frail elderly day care program
at the JCC, recently enjoyed Purim with Cantor
A Passover story
Gene Nathan Coburn, who sang nostalgic Yiddish
and Hebrew melodies. For information regarding
these programs, call Sandy Friedland, 797-0331.
for children
I Love Passover. Marilyn Hirsh;
illustrated by the author.
Holiday House, imp. 111.96.
Ages 3 to 8.
Reviewed by Marda Power
Mother's shopping cart is
laden with boxes of Passover
matzah, jars of gefilte fish, and
cans of coconut macaroons. But
what is it all for? Her small
daughter, in the manner of all
young children, has only vague
memories of the previous year's
seder. She remembers siting at
the table for a very long time
before eating and getting very
hungry. Mother reminds her that
they were telling the story of
Passover. "Tell me now," she
demands and so the journey back
to the Exodus begins.
Hirsh s illustrations switch
from the rounded forms of
mother and child and the clear
bright colors of commercial
packaging to the angular form of
Egyptian taskmasters menacing
their Hebrew slaves, straining to
roll the massive limestone block
up a hill. The colors are darker
now as Hirsh continues telling
and illustrating the story of
Exodus with a high sense of
drama and urgency Moses and
Pharoah, the ten plagues, the
sudden departure that left no
time for bread to rise, and the
miraculous parting of the Red
Just as the story ends father
comes home and the pagee again
are clear and bright and white.
The connection with the past
continues, however, as the father
explains how eating matzah is
one way of remembering the
Exodus. Together, father and
daughter search for crams of
bread which might still be in the
I Love
Marilyn Hirsh
The following day mother and
daughter set the table for the
seder. AD the components are
illustrated so that a child can
easily identify them. The little
girl is especially impressed with
her six-year-old male cousin who
clues her in about hiding the
afikomen and is able to sing the
four questions. The seder con-
tinue*; the child falls happily
asleep to the strains of her family
singing Passover melodies.
Holiday House publishing
company is to be congratulated
for bringing us this new holiday
series for pre-schoolers / Love
Hanuhkah by Marilyn Hirsh
preceded this book as well as
the Malka Dracker Jewish
holiday books for older children.
"Yasher Koach" to Marilyn
Hirsh and Holiday House.
Dr. Marcia Posner is Library
Consultant to the JWB Jewish
Book Council and New York
Federation of Jewish Philan-
B'nai B'not Mhzvah
Candlelighting Times
March 29-6:18 p.m.
April 5 6:21 p.m.
April 6 7:30 p.m.
April 11 6:24 p.m.
April 12 6:24 p.m.
April 19 6:26p.m.
April 26 6:31p.m.
The B'nai Mitzvah of Marc
FtsasoB), on of Ms. Charlene
Pleason. and Andrew KroU, son
of Lynne and Jeffrey KroU, will
be celebrated at the Saturday
morning March 30 service at
Temple Beth Orr. Coral Springs.
The Bat Mitzvah of Mhzi
Adkr, daughter of Linda and
Jack Adler. will take place at the
Friday night March 29 service at
Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac.
Deborah Giants, daughter of
Carol and Richard Glantz will
become a Bat Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning March 30
service t Temple Beth Am,
Joshua May, son of Gloria and
George May, and Howard RJefa
son of Marsha and Martin Riefs
will celebrate their B'nai Mitzvah
at the 8aturday morning Mach
30 service at Temple Kol Ami
Jamie Mathew Stember. son of
Susan and Ted Stember, will be
called to the Torah in honor of his
Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning March 30 service at
Temple Sha'aray Tiedek
Diversified Quiz
1-Literally "order." The
special Passover celebration at
home is observed according to a
prescribed tradition.
2- The youngest member of the
3- To stress that on this night
our ancestors ceased to be slaves.
4- Four cups of wine baaed on
the four different expressions for
redemption used by G-d in his
conversation with Moses.
5- There is a fifth expression
for redemption which awaits the
coming of the Prophet Elijah and
we fill a fifth cup but do not
6- Addir Hu. Echad Mee
Yodea and Chad Gadya.
6- One only.
9- In Egypt the night before
the Exodus.
10- The eating of the Afikomen
(desert), a broken piece of Matza.
SPEAKING ON THE "Seduction of Eve," the PsvcAnW-i
for Biblical Morality, Dr. Reuven Kimelman u.AJg
demonstrate that "the dislocation of religious authority*
generation for the dulocatum of moral authority then it a
connection between religious authority and morality Tit
temporary Issues of Jewish Life" lecture series is sponmZ,
North Broward Midrasha of the Central Agency forjTwithM.
of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale The ntxtl
will be held at 8 p.m. March 31 at Temple Beth Am Mam
guest speaker will be Danny SiegeL Pictured above Z L
(right), and Rabbi Elliot Skiddell, spiritual leader of Ramat
Services: Sunday through Friday 8:10 a.m., p.m. Late Friday eirriN
p.m Saturday 8:48 a.m.. 5 p.m. Rabbi Kurt F. Stont. Auxiliary Mai
Nathan Zolondek Cantor >. Hlllel arummer.
TEMPLE BETH AM (974-8860). 7306 Royal Palm Blvd., Margin I
Service*: Monday through Friday 8:80am. 5 p.m.. Friday late i
p m Saturday 9 a.m.. 8 p.m.: Sunday 8 a.m., 8 p.m. Rabbi Paal Mats
Rabbi Emeritus, Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Grossman.
TEMPLE SETH ISRAEL (741-40*0). 7100 W Oakland Park Blvd.
3*813. Services: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.. 8:80 p.m.: Friday It*
6 p.m.. 8p.m.; Saturday 8 to am.; Sunday 9 a.m B SO p.m Rabbi PMIlea
Labowtti, Canter Maurice Neu
Century Blvd.. Deerfleld Beach 38441. services: Sunday through Fridayl:!
a.m.. 6 p.m. Friday late service 8 p.m.: Saturday 8:48 a.m.. and at <
lighting time Rabtx Joseph Lanpaer. Canter Shabtsl Acksrman.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE (943-6890). 1484 SB Sard. St.. Pompano BdJ
SS080. Services: Friday 8 p.m. RaeM Merrla A. Stop
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741-039*). 4099 Pin* Island Rd, Suartal
JS321 Service*: Sunday through Friday 8 a.m.. 8 p.m.; Late Friday nrriNS]
p.m ^aturday 8:46 a.m.. 8:80 p.m. RaJiM Hewer* S. Keplaa Castor I
TEMPLE SHOLOM (943*410). in SE 11 Av*.. Pompano B*ech MOO Ss>]
vice*. Monday through Friday 8:46 a.m. evening! Monday through Thur-
sday at 6 p.m., Friday evening at 8. Saturday and Sunday 9 am. ftj
Samuel April. Canter Samuel Renter
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B'NAI R APH AS L (738-7*84). 4361 W Oakland Park BW-.
138313 Service*: Sunday through Thursday 8 am., I**
Late Friday service a p.m. Saturday 8:46 am
Manner. Canter Jeei Cohen
Av*.. Lauderhill 38318. Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:80 a.m.. M
p.m.; Saturday 8 46 a m Rao* ltr**l Halpern
' Banyan Lake* Condo Clubhouse. 6080 Ballsy U.
Tamarac. Friday at 6pm .Saturday 9a.m. CamrkaaRFy iar, FresMsst
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Friday Sam. 8p.m., Saturday 8:46 a_m., 5 p.m
coin Park Wast, Sunrise 33*21 Service*: Sunday tnrevflh Friday la.aO-
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Friday, March 29,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 16
HILTON HOTEL was the scene for
J Hills' annual evening on behalf of the
FederationUnited Jewish Appeal cam-
At the gala dinner dance held recently,
\nd Ely Wishnick were honored for their
sociation with Jewish causes. A minimum
oftlOO was required for attendance at that event.
Pictured at the function were (left to right): Gus
Spindler, Oakland Hills UJA co-chairman; Belle
and Ely Wishnick, honorees; and Seymour Folk,
chairman. Sid Roffman, co-chairman, is not
ADL urges Reagan to visit concentration camp
on May visit to Bonn
efamation I-eague of B'nai
I urged President Reagan to
emembrance to victims of
olocaust and visit a con-
)n camp site when he
the annual Economic
nit in Bonn in May.
The appeal followed remarks
by an unnamed senior
Administration official who told
a group of five reporters that
"there are other horrors" besides
the Holocaust and likened the
murder of six million Jews during
World War II to the slaying of
American Indians.
The official made the remark in
explaining why Reagan will most
likely not visit a Nazi con-
centration camp site when he
attends the Summit. Reagan's
arrival in May will coincide with
the 40th anniversary of the
surrender of Nazi Germany to the
Ben Bregman, residents of Oriole Gardens II in Margate, were
honored recently by the community's annual Jewish
Federation United Jewish Appeal campaign. Co Rudin and Florence Pleat stated that the Bregmans were honored for
their devotion towards Jewish causes. Guest speaker at the breakfast
was Federation director of education Abraham J. Gittelson. Pictured
(above) are Ben and Libby Bregman with their honorary plaque. Mr.
Bregman was recently elected president of the Oriole Gardens II
Condo Association.
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Stone, Entertainer Emit Cohen, Past President of Tamarac Jewish
Center Sol Schulman look on as the Weiners accept the coveted Israel
Bonds Scroll of Honor presented to them at Tamarac Jewish Center
Bonds Breakfast. The Weiners were honored for their leadership,
dedication and devotion to Jewish and communal causes.
Annual Mid-Winter Conference of the
' Region of Bnai Zion, Congressman
* J. Smith received the prestigious
t-ltrael Friendship Award for his
y and wisdom for the support of
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UJA Rabbinic Cabinet distributes Seder insert to
celebrate absorption of Ethiopian Jews
NEW YORK, NY., Match 31
For the first time in its
history, the United Jewish
Appeal Rabbinic Cabinet is
publishing a special insert for the
Passover Haggadah titled "The
Cup of Redemption." The
meditation on Ethiopian Jewry is
being sent to rabbis throughout
the country with the request that
it be distributed to congregants.
"During every Seder," says
Rabbi Haskell Bemat of Miami,
Rabbinic Cabinet Chairman for
Pictured (left to right/ are: Leonard L. Farber, chairman of the board
Leonard Farber, Inc., Broward NCCJ Dinner Chairman; Diane
Sawyer, CBS news correspondent and dinner speaker; Joanne Myers
Goodkin, President, JMG Publishing Corp. and Silver Medallion
honoree; Sister Mercy McGrady, Executive Director, Holy Cross
Hospital and Silver Medallion honoree; and J. Edward Houston,
President and CEO, S. Florida Savings and Loan Association and
Silver Medallion honoree.
NCCJ holds Brotherhood Awards dinner
The Broward National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews
held its annual Brotherhood
Awards Dinner in cooperation
with the Dade chapter recently
and presented its prestigious
Silver Medallion Awards to:
Joanne Myers Goodkin,
President, JMG Publishing
Corporation; J. Edward
Houston, President and CEO,
South Florida Savings and Loan
Association and Sister M. Mercy
McGrady, Executive Director of
Holy Cross Hospital.
Special Fund Raising, "We drink
four cups of wine to com-
memorate God's four promises as
recorded in Exodus: 'I will free
you,' '1 wffl dehver you out.' 'I
will redeem you' and 'I will take
you to be my people.' The reading
we have prepared, 'The Cup of
Redemption,' is to be recited
prior to the blessing over the
third cup. This insert brings the
drama of the Ethiopian
homecoming and resettlement
into our Passover celebration. By
our active choice our com-
mitment and generosity we
participate in this modern
"The Cabinet believes that it is
important," adds Rabbi Norman
PaU of Metro West. N.J..
Chairman of the Seder insert
project, "For the American
Jewish community, during this
Z'man Herutenu' the season
of our freedom to remember
those Ethiopian Jews who have
not yet been saved and to focus
on turning the homecoming of
those in Israel into complete
The Cup|
of Redempi
First Meal in Israel
Approximately 1000 business
and civic leaders from the two
counties heard Diane Sawyer,
CBS news correspondent, speak
about an individual's capacity to
make a difference in the world
"once the person makes the
connection between faith and
The Brotherhood Awards
Dinner is the one-time annual
fundraising event that enables
the non-profit human relations
organization to carry out its
programming to eliminate
prejudice and discrimination
against all groups and to promote
cooperation and respect among
all people.
Leonard L. Farber, Chairman
of the Board, Leonard L. Farber,
Inc., was the Broward Dinner
Chairman. Vice Chairmen were T.
Ed Benton, Executive Vice
President, Colony Cleaners;
Stewart R. Kester, Chairman of
the Board. Florida Coast Bank
and Mrs. Sheldon Schlesinger,
civic leader.
Shamir hopeful
about Gorbachev
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
expressed guarded hope that the
change of leadership in the
Kremlin may result eventually in
the normalization of relations
between the Soviet Union and
Shamir referred to the death of
Soviet President Konstantin
Chernenko and his immediate
replacement by Mikhail Gor-
bachev who was named Chair-
man of the Soviet Communist
Party and is expected shortly to
be named President.
Shamir, said he hoped the
USSR, which broke diplomatic
relations with Israel after the
1967 Six-Day War. would now
move to resolve the problem of
the emigration of Soviet Jews
and change its attitude toward
the Jewish State. However, he
stressed, it ia much too early to
make any predictions.
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