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Full Text
ewish Federation 1985 Annual Meeting
Tuesday May 21, 7 p.m. at JCC
he Jewish FLORIDIAN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
114- Number 17
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 26,1986
, Price 15 Cents
(lore is being done'
o achieve record
UJA total
ii Sherr, general campaign chairman of the 1985
Jewish Appeal campaign of the Jewish Federation
ter Fort Lauderdale, said, "More needs to be done"
plete the campaign successfully.
more is being done, although only one public
d is still on the local calendar, the cocktail party at
Junrise Key home of Dr. Roger and Linda Stewart,
5 p jn. Sunday April 28.
encouraging note of the campaign is the fact that
than 3,500 new contributors, have been added to the
ampaign.
e than 5,000 past contributors who have not made
985 pledge, are still out in the communities in North
Vrd.
campaign committee calls on all those who have
their pledges to let the fact be known, so that,
Jy3 relative, a friend, a neighbor, a co-worker who
tot yet made a commitment might be encouraged to
Together a better Jewish community, here and
i, can be built.
needs to be done."

Foundation to co-host
'Seminar for Professionals' May 7
A 'Seminar for
Professionals,' who advise
clients on matters related
to Taxes, Estate and
Charitable Planning, will be
co-hosted by the Foun-
dation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, and the
Foundation of the Jewish
Federation of South
Broward, on Tuesday May
7.
The seminar, to be held
from 8 to 10 a.m., will be at
the Holiday Inn, 2275 State
Rd. 84, Fort Lauderdale.
Breakfast will be served
from 8 to 8:30 a.m.
"This seminar promises
to be very enlightening and
informative," stated Libo
Fineberg, chairman of Fort
Lauderdale s Foundation.
Guest speaker will be
noted attorney, Stanley S.
Weithorn. Mr. Weithorn
will discuss the do's and
don'ts of Charitable Giving
and the considerations of
the practical aspects of
gifting.
Reservations are limited.
Please call Janice Salit at
748-8400.
Dr. Greenberg scholar-in-residence
for Young Leadership Conference
IsttaeL
Dr. Irving Greenberg,
president of the National Jewish
Resource Center, a unique
Jewish institution dedicated to
educating Jewish leaders, will
serve as scholar-in-residence for
the 1965 UJA-Florida Regional
Young Leadership Retreat. *
The retreat will take place
from Friday, May 3 through
Sunday, May 5 at the Greenelefe
Resort in Haines City, Fla. The
program titled Dor Hadash "A
New Generation" will include
workshops on campaign,
leadership roles, American-
Israeli political scene and
community development. There
will also be a shabbat experience
developed by Dr. Greenberg. The
program will be highlighted by
an address given by The
Honorable Thomas Harkin,
Dr. Irving Greenberg
United
Iowa).
States Senator (D.,
"We are very, excited about
this year's young leadership
retreat program," stated Robert
C. Maland. co-chairman, "the
response has been overwhelming
and we are looking forward to a
dynamic and exciting program
led by Dr. Greenberg. We
consider, it an honor and a
privilege to have Dr. Greenberg
serve as our scholar-in-residence
for our young leadership
retreat."
Linda Hoffman, co-chairman,
stated "This conference will have
something for everyone. Dr.
Greenberg will provide us with
the inspiration and commitment
that we all need in our roles as
Jewish communal leaders, and
Continued on Page 6
Israel Independence Day Schedule of Events
JCC
10i*5.a-m- Opening Torch Ceremonies Mac-
cabeah Games. On Campus. Dorit Shavit, Israeli
Consul General
" ajri. Maccabeah Games (K-6 Grade) Races:
Wit, Wheelbarrow, Peanut Spoon, Sack, 40 Yd.
JjMh, Three-Legged. Dress-Up Relay, Obstacle
Uurse, Egg Toss; Swimming Events (K-6) Free-
style, Breaststroke, Backstroke, Sidestroke, Pennies
J*e .Free-style Relay; Volleyball 6, 7, 8 Grades;
"sell Music. Gym Overhang
j!:30 am. Lou Levins, Piano. Gym Overhang
12 noon Presentation by Dorit Shavit, Israeli
Ulul, Soref Hall
12 noon-3 pjn. Famn Entertainment Rabbi
**". Littman, Regional Director, UAHC
roucsuiging, Guitar and Stories. Roving magician
JJ entertainers. Children's Choirs: Hebrew Day
g*ol. JCC Earby Childhood and Elementary and
r*ple Kol Ami. All on Campus
2:30 pja. __ 8Wra g^ Dmaem Gym Overhang
(gE^^T y*cov Sassi, Israeli Singer and Musician.
ym Overhang; Nat Wolfson Dancers. Soref Hall
.Ongoing brash* pUm Festival
k Apples of Gold," "Let My People Go" Part II,
"Israel Montage," "Good Morning, Israel"
2 p.m. Cantorial Concert, Soref Hall. Cantors
Bella Bogart, Richard Brown, Nancy Hausman,
Naftaly Litovsky, Maurice Neu. Accompanied by
Hollie Berger (Admission $2)
3 p jn. Shira, Belly Dancer. Gym Overhang
4 pm. JCC Festival Chorale. A cast of 60. Israeli,
Judaic and Contemporary Song, led by Hollie Berger
(Admission $2)
ONGOING 11 a.m.-5 p jn.
Carnival Rides: Ball Crawl, Moon Walk, Ferris
Wheel
Elephant Rides, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo
Carnival Games: Bumper Car, Spinner, Tic-Tac-Toe,
Lollipop Tree
Shopping in the "Shuk" Jewelry, Handbags, Plants, '1
Boutiques, Handcrafted Gifts
Exhibits Artistic Renditions on Israeli or Jewish
Theme submitted by synagogues Multi Media
Foods Falafel Hot Dogs Beverages .
Snacks, Desserts
Pre-sale $7 worth of Carnival Ride and Game
Coupons for $5 if purchased in advance at the JCC
*****
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, April 28,1986
Congratulations
to Dr. Gittelson
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale extends
congratulations to our director of education and associate
director of the Central Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE),
Abraham J. Gittelson, upon receiving his doctorate ui education
from the University of Miami.
Mission Schedule
Below is a list of the upcoming Missions ir -
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale If H
any information about any Mission, please'rWlW,?ld
coordinator Sandy Jackowitz, at 748-8400 *** "
Summer Famfly Mission July 4-17 (Rabbi Flli-
Skiddell. leaders) W ,naDb'Elbotandj
Singles Miaskm July 21-31
Pre-Mission to Paris July 17-21 (First Timers)
Pre-Mission to Prague Jury 17-21 (Repeaters)
Campaign Leadership Mission Oct. 9-20 Pre-Mi-j
Eastern Europe "MJiasnl
Abe Gittelson
Bermuda Club raises $30,000 at UJA rally
Residents of the Bermuda
Club Condominium, suporters of
the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign and the
State of Israel for many years,
have raised in excess of $30,000
at their UJA Rally held recently.
Bernard Simms, Bermuda
Club UJA chairman, and co-
chairmen Abe Epstein, Isidore
Landsman and Sol Weissner
Gentlemen,
My husband and I attended the lecture series this winter and
found them of great interest. We want to thank you for helping
to fund this series and look forward to next year's lectures.
Helen Weisberg was a most efficient and charming
spokesperson.
Every good wish for another successful year.
Name withheld upon request.
The above letter was sent to the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale regarding the Midrasha Lecture Series
sponsored by the Central Agency for Jewish Education of the
Federation.
thanked Federation director of
education, Abraham J. Gittleson
for giving such a moving speech
at the rally.
Honored for their dedication
and concern for human values
were Mildred Garber, Jack B.
Huber and Murray Sch-
wartzman.
"The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale wishes
to acknowledge and thank all the
members of the United Jewish
Appeal Campaign Committee of
Bermuda Club for their out-
standing cooperation to insure
the success of the 1966 UJA
campaign," stated Paul Levine.
Federation campaign associate.
In addition to the $30,000
raised for UJA, over $25,000 was
raised for the Israel Emergency
Fund.
ATTENTION
PART-TIME RESIDENTS
It is that time of the year again when Floridai
part-time residents make the trek back up nortTi
enjoy the summer months. The staff of tw
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OF GREATER Ft)
LAUDERDALE, wishes all our readers headingo
of-town, a healthy, happy summer, but werequ
that you give us a call at 748-8400, so that wet
cancel your subscription for the months that
won't be here. But, be sure that you let us knowt'
you are back in town, so you can once again
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Excitement mounts
as Sunrise Lakes Phase IV
UJA cocktail party nears
Friday, April 26,1985 / The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
media consultant on Middle
Eastern affairs.
Leo It's not too late to make
. the reservations, stated Weissman.
Pained UJA campaign at Call 748-8400 and reserve a place
L Lakes Phase IV. The at this important gathering.
Pill be held in the home of
Lament is mounting as
K Gifts UJA cocktail
^nears," stated
chairman
find Mrs. Abraham A.
1 tf 8 p.m. Sunday April
J minimum commitment to
frMkration-United Jewish
LCampaign of $250 is
y for attendance to this
speaker will be the
Dr. Gideon Peleg,
Serving as co-chairmen for
this new area are: Abraham A.
Levin, Rivi T. Levin, David
Lubliner and Sebna Pensky.
Serving as associate chairmen
are: Irving Braitman, Joe Graus,
Murray Kaminsky, Abe
Kleinberg, Murray Seiden, Oskar
Spiegel and Henry Weil, with
John Goldbeck, president of Inc.
I and Burton Berk, president of
Inc. II.
Serving on the campaign
committee are: Charlotte
Appleman, Eugene Bester,
bimon Cooperman, Sidney
Jampole, Norman Katz, Harriet
Kaminsky, Eileen Krause,
Nathan Pensky, Joe Schneider,
Maurice Shaw, Bill Spector,
Ellyn Spector, and Jacob
Wecker. Samuel K. Miller and
Irving Spector are acting as
campaign advisors.
Serving on the Steering
Committee are:
,na Mrs Burton Berk, Clairt Brltman. Norman
; Hry Brooks, Norms Cooperman, Mr. and Mr.
n Firman, Mr, and Mr*. John Goldbeck, Mr. and
am Grossman. Harriot Kaminsky, Normsn Karz,
t. Kriuse Mr and Mr*. Jack Kravltz, Bonnie and
J^ Kromenberg. Morrl* K undo I. Kitty Marcuo,
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Bornie Shapiro, Mr*. Mourlco Shaw, Mr. and Mrs.
wimem singer. Julius Tannor, Marcla Vollowlck. Mr*
Jacob Wecker, Bianca Weil.
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I at the planning meeting for the Sunrise
\Phase IV Special Gifts cocktail party are
left to right): Charlotte Appleman,
1 Kleinberg, Mila Spiegel, Oskar Spiegel,
Graus and Joe Graus. Standing (left to
Charles Stern. Sonia Weissman, Mitchel
Konner, Chalina Bester, Hy Mahyuk. Abe
Kleinberg, Sam Grossman, Rivi Levin, Al Levin,
Irving Spector, Ellyn Spector, Leo Weissman,
Sidney Jampole and David Lubliner. Not pic-
tured but at the planning meeting were Ann
Sanders and Simon and Norma Cooperman.
Yom Yerushalayim Poster Contest for children
part of the Yom
Ishalayim celebration,
pored by the Central
for Jewish Education
I of the Jewish Federation
iter Fort Lauderdale, and
ticipating institutions, a
contest for children is
| offered.
Requirements for the con-
testants are as follows: Entrants
must use a 17' by 22' poster
board. The medium of your
choice may be used. The name
and age of student must appear
on the back. The words Yom
Yerushalayim and May 19, 1986
must appear. The theme must be
related to Jerusalem.
Entries must be in the Central
Agency office no later than May
10. The office is located in the
Federation building at 8358 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. For further
information contact Helen
Weisberg at 748-8400.
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Singer is a graduate of
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Pacesetters chairman and
Physicians Division chairman of
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Dr. Singer will discuss the
need of the commitment of the-
medical community in the North
Broward area.
" Approximately 40 people are
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formative event. For reser-
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, April 26,1996
Women's Division Young
holds first successful /ectJ
Carole Skolnik, agreed that the
morning was very successful and
announced that the Young
Leadership Committee will hold
a similar program beginning at
9:45 a.m. Wednesday May 22 at
the home of Marcia Steinfeld.
ll be Federation,^
planning and
">ltions,UwrenceSB
tJ* relations p)^
^Women's r^J
Pictured (left to right) at the morning lecture of
the Women's Division Young Leadership
Development Committee are: Marcia Schwartz,
hostess; Jo Ann M. Levy, chairman of com-
mittee; guest speaker Dr. Joseph Cohen; and
Carole Skolnik, co-chairman of committee.
The Young Leadership
Development Committee of the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation recently held its first
morning lecture and discussion
in the Plantation home of Marcia
Schwartz.
Approximately 25 young
Jewish women of the North
Broward community attended
the lecture and discussion, which
was given by Dr. Joseph Cohen,
professor of F.nglish and director
of Jewish Studies at Tulane
University.
Dr. Cohen gave an informative
and interesting talk about, "The
Jewish Princess and Yiddische
Dr. Joseph Cohen (left) is pictured addressing the crowd of 26 women
who attended a morning lecture and discussion at the home of Marcia
Schwartz.
Mamma."
Chairman of
Ann M. Levy,
Federation Annual
Meeting May 21
The Jewish, Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale pun
to its By-Laws, is presenting the following slate of orW
directors, as certified by the Nominating Committee, fores*
at the annual meeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 21,atSonfI
JCC Campus, 6601 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation AH
tributors to Federations 1965 United Jewish Appeal c
are welcome.
Tr6sds: BRIAN SHERR
Vice President: DANIEL CANTOR
Vice President: ALAN LEVY
Vice President: MARK LEVY
Vice President: SAMUEL K. MILLER
Vice President: JOHN STRENG
Vice President: ETHEL WALDMAN
Secretary: IRVING LIBOWSKY
Assistant Secretary: WILLIAM KATZBERG
Treasurer: SHELDON POLISH
Assistant Treasurer: SIDNEY SPEWAK
RE ELECTED
FOR TWO YEARS
ALAN BECKER
GLADYS DAREN
PAUL FRIESER
MORRIS FURMAN
SEYMOUR GERSON
ALFRED I
MARTIN LII
ANITA PER
ISRAEL RESNII
M. MORRIS WIT
NEW BOARD MEMBER
ELECTED FOR ONE YEAR
the committee, Jo
and co-chairman
Celebrate Jerusalem Day May 19
Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem
Day), marking the reunification
of Jerusalem following the Six
Day War in May 1967, will be
commemorated by the North
Broward M idrasha of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
(CAJE) of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, and
its participating institutions.
This year, the Jewish com-
munity will celebrate the 18th
anniversary of the united city of
Jerusalem on Sunday, May 19,
with a program of activity from
12:15 to 4 p.m., at Temple Beth
Israel. 7100 W. Oakland Park
Blvd., Sunrise.
The theme, "L'Chayim!
Celebrating 18 Years of the
Reunification of Jerusalem," will
be developed in a program (open
to the public with a registration
of *2. payable by May 9|, that
will analyze the politics, music,
art and history of the capital of
Israel.
Registration and refreshments
will be served at 12:15 p.m.,
followed by two workshops, one
from 1:20 to 2:10, and the other
beginning at 2:20 till 3:10 p.m.
Conducting the workshops will
be such prominent speakers as
Federation director of education,
Abraham J. Gittelson;
Federation campaign director,
Bruce Yudewitz; Rabbi Elliot
Skiddell of Ramat Shalom,
Cantor Nancy Hausman of
Temple Beth Orr, and many
more noted Rabbis and lecturers.
For registration information
contact Helen Weisberg or
Nettie Herman at 748-8400.
Participating institutions are:
Temples Beth Am. Beth
Israel. Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach. Beth Orr. Beth Torah.
Emanu-el. Sha'aray Tredek.
Sholom. Kamat Shalom
Synagogue. Hebrew
Congregation of Lauderhill,
Liberal Jewish Temple of
Coconut Creek. Southeastern
Region United Synagogue of
America. Jewish Community
Center, Omega Condominium
Coordinated by Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale in cooperation
with the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization,
American Section.
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RICHARD ENTIN
DEBORAH HAHN
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NEW BOARD MEMBERS
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ABE DAVID
RICHARD FINKELSTE1N
JOSEPH NOVICK
HAROLDOSHRY
STUART RH
Dr. MARC SCHWA
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RABBI ELLIOTS!
Publication of the Nominating Committee's slate
Jewish Floridian, which is mailed to the homes of 24.000 (
tributors to Federation's 1966 United Jewish Appeal camp
is deemed, in accord with the By-Laws, to be "appn
publicity" to the Federation's general membership.
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ael Independence Day Message
iom Alex Grass, National UJA Chairman
Friday, Aprfl 26,1986 / The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5
. 8 warm Friday af-
I that 5th of Adar 5708
U 1948) when they
'into the Tel Aviv
to hear David Ben-
_ his white hair puffed
his ears as he stood
L a picture of Theodore
'and a Star of David -
the Declaration of
ndence for the newly
jd SUte of Israel.
Israel was the bir-
eof the Jewish people," he
as the crowd listened in
i silence. He recalled the
i heritage and history from
I forced dispersion to the
United Nations partition
id clearly. "We. .hereby
the esUblishment of a
Jewiah State in Eretz Israel, to
be known as the State of Israel."
He appealed for peace as
bombs were being loaded onto
Arab planes, but he also, still
reading, spoke to us: "We
appeal to the Jewiah people
throughout the diaspora to rally
round the Jews of Eretz Israel in
the tasks of immigration and
upbuilding and to stand by them
in the great struggle for the
realization of the age-old dream
the redemption of Israel."
We American Jews have tried
to rally "in the tasks of im-
migration and upbuilding."
Through the United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaigns,
for instance, we have helped
Israel absorb 1.8 million im-
migrants; aided pioneers who
have made the desert bloom;
provided for promising
university students, troubled
teenagers, needy senior citizens
and small children; and have
helped people in disadvantaged
neighborhoods. Since 1948 we
have raised over $10 billion, and
have allocated over half of that
to meet humanitarian needs in
Israel.
April 26 marks the 37th
anniversary of Israel's birth and
is an occasion for Jews to rejoice
around the world. It corresponds
to the 5th of Adar and will be
celebrated in Israel April 26, to
precede Shabbat.
Israel has survived. That has
been no easy feat and her
continued survival must never
be taken for granted. We have
access to the Western Wall for
the first time in many years. We
have been gratified by a daring
peace treaty with Egypt, thrilled
by Entebbe, inspired by the
"coming home" to Israel of so
many Ethiopian Jews. But we
have also seen our Israeli
brothers and sisters suffer five
terrible wars, a cold peace and
dashed hopes.
Still, Israel at 37 is remarkable
among nations; a democracy in a
region of monarchs, sheiks and
dictators. She remains America's
staunchest ally, a place of
personal freedom, committed
and persevering against all odds.
We American Jews salute the
people of Israel, who have fought
the wars, taken the risks for
peace, fashioned the freedoms
and instilled pride in every Jew.
Israel is the center of world
Jewish affairs and you and I are
more secure and more fulfilled
because she has been restored in
our lifetime.
On April 25, let us sing and
dance and pray and give thanks
on Yom Haatzmaut, Israel's
Independence Day, for every
year is a miracle of its own. And
let us rededicate ourselves to the
Jews of Eretz Israel, "to stand
by them in the great struggle for
the realization of the age-old
dream the redemption of
Israel."
Two concerts featured at
Israel Independence Day
aacov Sassi to perform at Israel Independence Day
w
Yaacov Sassi, popular Israeli
folk singer and dancer, will be a
featured performer during Israel
Independence Day at the Jewish
Community Center of Greater
Fort Lauderdale's celebration on
Sunday, April 28, from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Sassi, the son of a cantor, was
born and raised in Herzlia, Israel
and has performed and taught
folk singing and dancing in his
native land, Canada, and the
oil Sassi
CAJE program at Israel
Independence Day
Central Agency for
Education of the Jewish
of Greater Fort
i is planning a cultural
for the celebration of
I,independence. Day, on
o W the Jewish Com-
Center. Sunrise. The
will include "Israel 37
" This film theatre will
*ing such films as:
of Gold." "Let My
fGo," and "Good Morning
At 12 noon Dorit Shavit.
of Israel for South
will be speaking in Soref
"The Challenge of a
fttanic Society."
Shavit was born in
a id raised in Tel
r serving two years in
j*gce Branch of the
umse Forces, she at-
, Hebrew University in
and received a
Degree in Islamic
"no Arabic, in 1973.
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"> of Foreign Affairs in
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JP majority of the
living Jordan's King
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Dorit Shavit
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Entertainment throughout the
day will be continuous at the
Center; 6801 West Sunrise Blvd.,
according to Marion Fox, Adult
Activities Director, and will
featured belly dance, Shira, Lou
Levine at the piano, a Cantorial
Concert and a performance by
the JCC Festival Chorale.
For time schedule and in-
formation, please call 792-6700.
CPR course
offered at JCC
The Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, 6601 W. Sunrise
Blvd., will offer the Red Cross
CPR course entitled "Basic Life
Saving" on Tuesday evenings,
May 7 and May 14, 6 to 10 p.m.,
according to Adult Activities
Director, Marion Fox.
"Bask Life Saving," taught
by a licensed CPR instructor,
will teach the participants mouth
to mouth resuscitation, what to
do with an obstructed airway,
one and two rescuer CPR and
baby and child CPR. Upon
successful completion of the
eight hour course of instructions,
students will receive CPR
certification.
The fee is $25 per person and
registration is required by April
26.
Call 792-6700 for registration
and information.
Fort Lauderdale's Jewish
Community Center presents a
Cantorial Concert at 2 p.m. and
the JCC Festival Chorale at 4
p.m. in the Center's Soref Hall,
Sunday, April 28 during the JCC
Israel Independence Day
celebration taking place between
11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the
Center's Perlman Campus, 6501
West Sunrise Blvd. Tickets for
each concert are $2 per person
and may be purchased in ad-
vance at the Center.
Five Cantors will perform
selections of sacred and con-
temporary Israeli and Jewiah
music. They include Cantors
Bella Bogart of Ramat Shalom,
Plantation; Richard Brown of
Weat Broward Jewish
Congregation, Plantation;
Nancy Hausman of Beth Orr,
Coral Springs; Naftaly
Linkovskv of Temple Emeth,
Delray Beach; and Maurice Neu
of Temple Beth Israel, Fort
Lauderdale. They will be ac-
companied by Hollie Berger.
The Jewish Festival Chorale, a
group of close to 60 adults, also
led by Hollie Berger, has per-
formed a number of concerts at
the Center and in the community
since its establishment two years
ago. Their repertoire includes a
variety of Israeli, Judaica and
contemporary songs.
Also featured during Israel
Independence Day,
"Anniversary 37" outdoor
entertainment for adult and
children include carnival at-
tractions and games, musicians,
speakers, exhibits and displays,
Maccabeah sports events and
Israeli foods, beverages and
snacks. Admission to the
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* ......
Orientation held for
local students who will
attend High School in Israel
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An orientation meeting was
held recently for the ap-
proximately two dozen local high
school students who will be
attending the High School in
Israel. The teenagers departed
for Israel on April 15 and will
spend eight weeks studying,
learning, touring, and attending
classes in Israel.
The school is located at the
Mosenson Regional High School
in Hod Ha'Sharon. It is a non-
profit organization and a fully
accredited school.
There are five eight-week
sessions during the course of a
one-year period. The enrolleee,
generally 100 American high
school students, participate in
what is probably the toughest
and most demanding learning
experience they have ever
known. With Jewish history as
the core subject, from Ancient
and Biblical times to the modern
era, the present state of Israel in
particular and the Middle East
area in general, the course delves
into and develops the elements
of literature, archaeology,
cartography, geography,
comparative religion,
philosophy, and political science.
The 48 class days are divided
into two halves. About 20
sessions are spent on campus in
investigative work, reading,
discussing and writing essays on
the different periods of Jewish
history. The remainder of the
sessions are spent in the field,
visiting the various sites where
these historic events took place
and even acting out the roles of
the people they are studying. All
the work is done in English.
In addition to the regular
course of study, individual in-
struction is offered in
mathematics, science and foreign
language. Those students
requesting such help are asked
to bring their text books and
class plans along from America.
The teaching staff is composed
of American-trained teachers
with graduate degrees in history,
social sciences and allied
disciplines. They are engaged
five months prior to taking on a
full teaching load. For two and
one-half months they are crash-
trained by the curriculum and
staff supervisor. For the
following two and one-months,
hey team-teach with veteran
teachers.
Although telephones and
televisions are not provided in
the dormitories, the social sice of
high school life is not neglected.
Social get-togethers with their
Israeli contemporaries are
arranged. They are also invited
to spend weekends in Israeli
homes, thus providing them with
an insight into the life style of
Israeli teenagers.
The local students attending
High School in Israel in April
are:
Edward Boreth, of Plantation
Evan Charles, of Coral Springs
Stacy Cohen, of Plantation
Mindy Fischer, Sunrise; Tammy
Gordon, Sunrise; Howard
Goldner, Lauderhill; Kenny
Goldberg. Plantation; Carrie
Hacker, Plantation; Mark
Mandell. Plantation; Rose Halle,
Plantation; Farah Marne,
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Coral Springs; Sima Muster,
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Tamarac; Shelley Rosenberger,
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Springs; April Swirsky, Sunrise;
Steven Tyman, Lauderhill; Scott
Weiss, Sunrise; Amy Win-
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for further information about the
contact Judy Armstrong at 921-8810.
Young Leadership
Senator Harkin will give us
insight into the situation on
Capitol Hill We are fortunate to
have these distinguished gen-
tlemen address us."
Mel Pearlman, co-chairman,
added "The retreat program has
been one of the highlights of the
year for leadership development
programs throughout the State
and we are pleased that all of the
Jewish Federations in the State
have contributed to the success
of this program. This retreat will
also serve as a reunion for all
members of the region who
participated in the Gesher
Mission to Israel this past
February."
The young leadership retreat
is sponsored by the United
Jewish Appeal, the Council of
Jewish Federations and the
Florida Association of Jewish
Federations, which include the
communities of Fort Lauderdale,
Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando,
Palm Beach. Pinellas, Sarasota-
Manatee, South Broward, South
County, Tampa, Volusia-Flagaar.
Continued from Pagtl
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Joel and Pearl Reinatein
family; Dr. Ben and Sue I
Dr. Marc and Marcia _
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bllAWAYSMAN
, winter is past, the
[ind gone;
\ippearon the earth;
its'
,birds is come,
of the turtle u
tnd;
, putteth forth her
M in bbssom give
met..."
r of Songs 2:11-13
Summer in
^ year it returns like
[cloudless blue skies,
, the sea ribboned
(aqua and indigo.
are fragrant
ntoffreshlycuthay.
d, released from
_j country dark
{suntanned limbs.
, Galilee, there are
I of wildflowers even
has fled. The
[link carnation raises
ers from the grey-
j foliage of the dry
wild snapdragon
_ple corolla from the
i ami adorns Safed's
[ of mud and stone,
the turtledove
grey creatures
non enjoyed
(cooing.
it the time for
I rewards of the hard
on the kibbutz
The vines hang
(juicy grapes, ripe for
fump red tomatoes
green leaves. The
kets shuks are
peaches, apricots,
irines.
I a tourist's delight
(ith its high share of
ft 3,300 hours of
vear. Summer is
with hired labor, usually men
and women ages 18 to 35 but
from at least 28 countries, all
thrusting, picking, hoeing,
pulling, lifting. They toil under a
hot sun, sometimes having to
spit out flying dust, and they
sleep in primitive huts or tents
but they love it.
There's always a dig in
progress in Israel here, up
north in the Golan Heights and
Upper Galilee, over on the
Coastal Plain, in Caesaria. Acre,
down in the Negev and toward
Eilat. All in the hope of finding
an ancient coin or pottery shard
a chance to touch ancient
history with your own dusty
fingers, Eureka!
For us Israelis, summer helps
us forget all the problems of this
new and ancient land we love so
much.
Americans, spend some of
your summer with us. Only 15
percent of today's American
Jews have walked on the land of
our fathers what a shame.
Jews have been dreaming of our
own country for 2,000 years.
Now that we have it. all Jews
should see it in their lifetime.
See it, experience it, live it!
Join the National UJA Singles
Mission to Israel July 21-31 or
the Summer Family Mission
July 4-17. For information
contact Sandy Jackowitz at 748-
8400.
also funtime for Israelis.
Together, they climb the win-
ding path to the summit of
Masada, overlooking the Dead
Sea that resembles silver glass
from the famous mountain's top.
Together, they float in the Dead
Sea, hike, sip iced coffee in
outdoor cafes under striped
umbrellas along Tel Aviv's
fashionable Dizengoff Street.
Together, they stroll along the
pedestrian mall on Jerusalem's
Ben Yehuda Street, listening to
street musicians strum guitars
and play flutes, their melodious
notes lifting gaily into night
skies. By day, palms are read,
portraits sketched, and hand-
made jewelry, leather belts and
sandals sold.
Summer is special in Israel.
The windows are flung wide, day
and night. The alte-iachen, old-
clothes peddler, calls his wares.
Ice cream carts churn Green-
sleeves on street corners.
Gardens display a rainbow of
color and bees sip honey from
the vivid flowers.
Summer is a good time for an
archaelogical "dig." Sink a
spade into the earth almost
anywhere in Israel and you
strike antiquity. Israelis love
their land with a national
passion, including the soil and
what it reveals about their
Biblical heritage.
Volunteers work side-by-side
JCC Annual Meeting May 13
The Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale will hold its annual
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday
May 13 on the JCC's Perlman
Campus, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
in Soref Hall.
The following is the 1965-86
proposed slate:
OFFICERS
President: Alvin Capp; First
Vice President: David
Schulman; Vice Presidents:
Lydia Golden, Allen Morris, Jeff
Streitfeld; Treasurer; Dr. James
Phillips; Assistant Treasurer:
Elliot Starman; Secretary:
Marsha Levy; Assistant
Secretary: Florence Straus.
ONE YEAR REMAINING
OF A TWO YEAR TERM:
Arthur Birken, Dr. Wayne
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Louise Feller, Carey Fischer,
Larry Freilich, Henry Hyman,
Hy Kaplan, Hildreth Levin, Ivy
Levins, Sue Segaul, Abram
Silverman, Helens Soref
NOMINATED FOR
A TWO YEAR TERM:
Alvera Ackerberg-Gold, Jan
Atlas, Paul Bloomgarden,
Elizabeth Breier, Daniel Cantor,
Dr. Diana Coran, Dr. Leon
Fellman, Maria Frankel,
Dorothy Harwood, Ruth
Horowitz, Rochelle Krakower,
Ben Marcus, Dr. Philip Mirmelli,
Dr. Harold Rabinowitz, Dr.
Sheldon Ross, Martin Sadkin,
Jeri Schnessel, Ted Sobo, Nancy
Weiser
Additional nominees for
election to the Board, or for an
Officer shall be made in writing
on forms which are available
from the executive director.
Signatures of at least 25 JCC
members are required to place
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY APRIL 26
Temple Kol Ami: 8:15 p.m.
Special song presented by
Cantor Gene Corburn. Temple
Seniorhood will assist in service.
Workmen's Circle: 1 p.m.
Meeting. Attorney Martin
Lipnack will discuss AIPAC.
Catharine Young Margate
Library.
SATURDAY APRIL 27
JCC: 8 p.m. Teen dance. 792-
6700.
Sunrise Lakes Condo Aasoc. 1: 8
p.m. Last of the Red Hot
Lover's." Donation $4.
Playhouse, 8100 Sunrise Lakes
Dr. N. 742-5160
Bermuda Club Entertainment
Comm: 8:30 p.m. Performance
by Miami Opera Show.
presenting "Fascinating
Rhythym," Bermuda Clubhouse.
721-6645.
SUNDAY APRIL 28
JCC: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Community-
wide Israel Independence Day
celebration. JCC campus, 6501
W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation.
Admission free. 792-6700 or 748-
8400.
Temple Beth Am-Singles Club
55 pins: 2 p.m. Meeting
featuring entertainment by
Cantor Irving Grossman and his
wife, Harriet. Followed by
dancing and refreshments.
Donation $1.50. 972-5865.
Workmen's Circle: 10:30 a.m.
Meeting featuring Larry
Schuval. director of planning of
the Jewish Federation, who will
discuss, "Cultivating Cult-
Evading." Broward Federal,
5518 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. 922-
1144.
Tamarac Jewish Center-
Sisterhood: 10 a.m. Bazaar. At
Temple. 9101 NW 67 St.
Jewish War Veteraae-Broward
Palm Beach County Council:
Day-long event featuring
memorial service to fallen
brothers and sisters and election
of officers and auxiliary mem-
bers. Holiday Inn, Powerline Rd.
and Commercial Blvd.
Jewish Genealogy Society of S.
Florida: 2 p.m. Meeting. Jewish
Federation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami. 566-1264.
MONDAY APRIL 29
Hadasaah-Scopos Chapter: Dime
bank luncheon. 426-0366.
B'nai B nth Woodland. Unit: 6
p.m. Installation dinner dance.
Harriet Blake will entertain.
Donation $15. Justin's, 3842 N.
University Dr.
Ramat Shalom: Warren Lee will
conduct Chinese cooking class.
$10. At Temple. 472-3600.
Hadassah-L'Chayim Plantation
Chapter: Noon. Luncheon and
card party. Deicke Aud., 5701
Cypress Rd. 473-5845.
TUESDAY APRIL 30
Hadassah-N. Lauderdale Chai
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Election of
officers. Eli Topel will speak. N.
Lauderdale City Hall, 701 SW 71
Ave.
WEDNESDAY MAY 1
Hadaaaah-L'Chayim Plantation
Chapter: Noon. Donor luncheon.
Justin's. 3842 N. University Dr.
791-8576 or 472-6510.
THURSDAY MAY 2
Pioneer Women Na'amat-
Nataaya Club of Margate: 12:30
p.m. Meeting. Broward Federal,
4803 Coconut Creek Pkwy.
B'nai B'rith Women-Coconut
Creek Chapter: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting. Book review of "When
Bad Things Happen to Good
People," moderated by Sarah
Jass. Mini-lunch. Temple Beth
Am, 7105 Royal Palm Blvd.,
Margate.
B'nai B'rith Plantation Lodge:
7:30 p.m. Meeting. Deicke Aud.,
5701 Cypress Rd., Plantation.
Independent Order of Odd
Fellows-Hatchee Lodge: 8 p.m.
Meeting. 100F Hall, 1451 N.
Dixie Hwy.
B'nai B'rith Women-Sunrise
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Tenth
anniversary celebration meeting.
Mini-lunch and entertainment.
Sunrise Lakes I Playhouse.
Hadassah-Ilana Hawaiian
Gardens Chapter: Donor lun-
cheon. Inverrary Country Club.
484-3693.
Bnal Zion to celebrate
Independence Day
Israel
Hadassah Conference
May 5
This year the Southeast
Region of B'nai Zion is
celebrating Israel's 37th Bir-
thday in the Panorama Room of
Pier 66 Hotel and Marina in Fort
Lauderdale on Sunday, April 28
at 10:30 a.m., announced
Regional President Arthur Y.
Klein and Chairman Sam
Aboulafia. Honored at this
function will be each Chapter's
"Man and Woman of the year":
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Philipp Brecher,
Molly Feinberg, Edie Grien,
Magda Lustig, Wilheun Mund,
Kenneth Scherer, Mr. David and
Dr. Aurelia Thau, Anna
Weigman, William Weitz and
Adele Wolman.
The Honorary Chairmen of
this year's special event, which
benefits Beit Halochem
Rehabilitation Centers in Israel
for the disabled Israeli War
Veterans, are Mr. Peter Deutach,
Florida State Representative;
Mr. Ben Z. Grenald, Vice Mayor
of Miami Beach: Mrs. Ilene
Lieberman, fi
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Ambassador Aryeh Levin,
Deputy Permanent Represen-
tative of Israel to the United
Nations, will be guest speaker
for the Florida Mid-Coast Region
of Hadassah Conference Sunday,
May 5, 8 p.m. at the Fort
Lauderdale Beach Hilton Inn.
Born in Tehran, Iran,
Ambassador Levin studied
Middle Eastern History and
Politics at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. He
served in the Jewish Agency,
Joint Distribution Committee,
was Director of emigrant camps
and active in emigration of
Kurdish and Iraqui and Iranian
Jews to Israel.
Also, as guest speaker will be
Elaine Bloom, former member of
the Florida House of
Representatives, who has been
an active leader of the South
Florida community for many
years. She was the Founding
Chairperson of the Dade County
Commission on the Status of
Women. She has been
professionally active as a
Government Relations Con-
sultant and represents the
Florida Association of Jewish
Federations to develop their
fovernment relations activities,
he is listed in many national
and international Who's Who
volumes.
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UMfTED ENROLLMENT
H slice of lochs.
Was it really the game of golf that tempted Jewish immigrants to call
Scotland their home.' Was it the taunting call of the little white hall' The
lure irf those infernal sand traps? Fferhaps some strange appeal in the
monstrous-ness of the lochs.' And just what accounts for todays weekly
pilgnmage to the country club outside Glasgow.'
One thing we can account kx. After an invigorating day chasing
divots those frazzled duffers are apt to require a neat shot of Scotch
whisky. For that is surely one of Scotland's more stx*hing pleasures. The
one preferred stateside is J&B Rare Scotch. It is blended from the best
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m'l League for Israel Invites community to hoar Samuel Portno
Friday, April 26,1986 / Tha Jewish FtorJdian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 9
s League for Israel
the community to an
we evening on the
t on Monday, April 29
m. in the Deicke
Jam, 5701 Cypress Road,
Lion. Beth Feldman,
Lhip nd bu,,,e>'n
of the Tree of Life
has developed this
.I with Bonaventure, Chai
[Jnution Chapters. Guest
r will be Dr. Samuel A.
* professor of history at
I Atlantic University, and
[an, Department of
C. Dr. Portnoy is former
V of the Florida Con-
I of College Teachers of
r. Dr. Portnoy will
special point of view.
is League for Israel
_j homes in Natanya,
Fy Aviv and Jerusalem
ptinues to serve the needs
^people in Israel.
.jnments will bo served.
Kher information call the
Is League for Israel
Region office at 748-
HADASSAH
Pompano
da Meir Chapter
following is the outgoing
officers who will step
of May 15. They are:
[Alperi. president: Zelda
Dorothy Carchman,
Hervis and Kuth Siller,
sidents; Lillian Rich-
iSylvia Ross and Rhoda
V secretaries: and Tillie
t, treasurer.
CIRCLE OF
IDDISH CLUBS
Circle of Yiddish Clubs,
by Sunny Land-
beginning its seventh
committee has been
to expand activities.
J clubs participate in the
IFor further information
nny 721-7899.
Vuler
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r5^ meaning of
Dr. Samuel Portnoy
PIONEER
WOMEN Na'amat
Broward Concil
Uri Cohen, Aliyah director for
South Florida will address the
members of the Broward Council
of Pioneer Women Na'amat at
their donor luncheon, at noon
Tuesday, May 7 at Crystal Lake
Country Cfub. Stuart and
Sebastian will entertain. Ruth
Pine, former assistant editor of
the Jewish Journal, will be
W^w" r'Wman of the
tear. for mformation call 979-
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
The Florida Region of
Women s League for Israel will
host an oneg shabbat on Friday
April 26, at 8 p.m. at Temple
Beth Ahm. 9730 Stirling Road,
Hollywood. Services will be
conducted by Rabbi Avraham
Kapnek. Achievements of the
past and hopes for the future of
our Jewish community will be
explored by Lorraine Frost,
spokeswoman for Women's
League for Israel. Refreshments
will be served.
,,.Hoste88es: Annette Kay
V.ckie Chais. Toots Sacks, Sue
Krakauer. For further In-
5100at,On Ca" 748-6886 or 431"
BNAI B'RITH WOMEN OF COCONUT CREEK recently held its
seventh installation of officers. Pictured (left to right) are: Henny
Shapiro, incoming presidium president; Cecile Socks, outgoing
president; and Lillian Rubine, incoming presidium president.
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Science Minister favors Israel's participation in Star Wars program
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Minister of Science and Industry
Gideon Patt said that he favored
Israel's participation in the
Reagan Administration's
controversial Strategic Defense
Initiative (SDI). dubbed Star
Wars by the media.
The Likud-Liberal's statement
on a radio interview was the first
public reaction by a Cabinet
minister to U.S. Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger's
recent invitation to Israel to join
in SDI research. The proposal
was conveyed to Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and,
officially, is under consideration
by the government. Israel's
response is also a lively topic of
discussion in the Knesset.
The U.S. invited its NATO
allies, Japan, Australia and
Israel to participate. Patt made
the point that this was "a
significant compliment" to Israel
inasmuch as Washington ap-
proached only those countries it
believes have the scientific and
technological know-how to
contribute to the research.
The SDI, as envisioned by the
Reagan Administration, would
Florida Thousand
cocktail party
held March 20
On Wednesday, March 20 the
annual Anti-Defamation
League's Florida Thousand
cocktail party was held at the
Emerald Hills Country Club in
Hollywood. Jerome B. Homer,
Chairman of the Society of
Fellows, chaired the event along
with Jerome C. Berlin, Chair-
man, Florida Regional Board
and Robert Adler, Honorary
Chairman of the Florida
Thousand. At this prestigious
event, members of the Florida
Thousand were privileged to
hear Justin Finger, Director of
the Civil Rights Division of the
ADL and Arthur N. Teitelbaum,
Southern Area Director. Both
Mr. Finger and Mr. Teitelbaum
spoke, among other topics, about
current ADL policy with regard
to church-state separation,
extremist groups, and anti-
Semitism in 1966.
The Florida Thousand is an
elite group of concerned
residents of this state who
support the ADL by con-
tributing 11.000 and over to
support the many programs of
the League.
have the capability of
destroying, from space, enemy
nuclear missiles as soon as they
leave their launching pads.
According to Reagan, it would
thus replace the stockpiling of
nuclear warheads as a deterrent
against nuclear war.
But many scientists in the
U.S. and other Western coun-
tries believe a totally effective
SDI is impossible to achieve
while a partial deterrent would
be no deterrent at all. Moreover,
they say, the required
technology does not now exist
and the system, if ever
developed, would not be put in
place much before the turn of the
century, by which time an enemy
would have developed coun-
termeasures.
Patt conceded that there
would be political "con-
notations" for Israel if it joined
the project, far exceeding any
that may arise from the recent
agreement to allow the U.S. to
erect a Voice of America radio
transmitter in Israel to relay
broadcasts to the Soviet Union.
Many Israelis opposed the
transmitter on the ground that it
would involve Israel in the
propaganda war between the
U.S. and the USSR.
Patt said that Israel should
seek to become involved in
"civilian aspects" of SDI
research. He maintained that if
Israel were "in on the ground
floor" it could participate in
projects involving "tens or
hundreds of billions of dollars."
He said that Premier Shimon
Peres and Defense Minister
Rabin were favorably disposed
to the U.S. invitation.
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, April 26.1985
A Case for the Books
(The following article it
reprinted from the Near East
Report, April 1, 1985.)
After 22 years in a maximum
security prison in Pretoria,
South Africa, Denis Goldberg
was a free man. He boarded an
El Al plane and within hours
was in Tel Aviv where he was
reunited with his daughter,
Hilary, who has been living on
Kibbutz Ma ay an Baruch for the
past four years.
Goldberg, who had received a
life sentence in prison for con-
spiring to overthrow the
apartheid regime through force,
gained his freedom because of
the direct intervention of the
Israeli government. According to
the March 8 Jerusalem Post,
efforts to secure Goldberg's
release from prison began after
Hilary Goldberg approached the
Ma'ayan Baruch kibbutz
secretary and asked for his
assistance. He agreed and,
utilizing his contacts within the
government, undertook an effort
to free Goldberg. The effort
stretched from the highest
circles in Jerusalem to key of-
ficials in Pretoria. It culminated
with Goldberg's release a
release that followed his
agreement not to engage in
terrorist acts against the
apartheid regime.
Goldberg was met in Israel
with open arms. Kibbutz
Ma'ayan Baruch offered him
membership and permanent
residence. The Israeli people
were thrilled to see the state
playing its historically-mandated
role of redeemer of Jews.
The South African, however,
didn't see it quite that way. A
Marxist, Goldberg told Ma'ariv
(March 8), "I never was a
Zionist. I am not a Zionist, and I
don't think I will ever be a
Zionist. I have not returned
either to the Jewish people or the
State of Israel ... I do not have,
nor have I had, any connection
of any sort to Israel, and I feel
no obligation towards it either
sentimental or political.
This type of attitude is
nothing new. Many Jews
including prominent ones
throughout history have
despised their Jewishness and
have attempted to escape from it
either through assimilation or
identification with the struggles
of other peoples In America,
and perhaps especially on the
college campuses, there is the
spectable of young Jews who
actively engage themselves in
the "liberation" struggles of
every oppressed people on planet
Earth while at the same time
condemning the Jewish
liberation struggle Zionism
as reactionary and unworthy of
their support.
It is nothing new but st the
same time the rejection of
Zionism by someone who owes
his life to it is worthy of note.
And Denis Goldberg, a free man
in Israel, did not confine his
criticism of Israel to mere op-
position to Zionism in theory. He
also endorsed terrorism against
Israeli civilians.
In an interview with the
B'nai B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Jennifer Schwartz, daughter of
Odette and Dr. Roy Schwartz,
will celebrate her Bat Mitzvah at
the Saturday morning April 27
service at Temple Emanu-El,
Fort Lauderdale.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Jason Behrena, son of Maxine
and Richard Behrens, celebrated
his Bat Mitzvah on Thursday
April 25 at Temple Beth Am,
Margate.
The Bat Mitzvah of Michelle
Askenas, daughter of Francine
and Jeffrey Askenas, will take
place at the Saturday morning
April 27 at Beth Am.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
Amy Langer, daughter of
Sharon and Arthur Langer, will
become a Bat Mitzvah celebrant
at the Friday night April 26
service at Temple Beth Torah,
Tamarac.
At the Saturday April 27
service. Jeffrey Bartha, son of
Betty and Stephen Bartha, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Sharon Berger, daughter of
Carol and Moe Berger, will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning April 27
service at Temple Beth Orr,
Coral Springs.
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAY TZEDEK
Jason Adam Hollander, son of
Carol and Craig Hollander, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning April 27 service at
Temple Sha'aray Tzedek,
Sunrise.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Michael
Wurtenberger, son of Mara and
Ken Wurtenberger, and
Jonathan Ganan, son of Helen
and Yigal Ganan. will be
celebrated at the Saturday
morning April 27 service at
Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
Grass re-elected
UJA National Chairman for 1986
NEW YORK, N.Y. Alex
Grass of Harrisburg, Pa. was
unanimously reelected to his
second term as UJA National
Chairman. "I am honored," said
Grass, "to be chosen to lead the
1986 UJA-Federated Community
Campaigns. We have done quite
well in the '85 Campaign and I
predict even greater
achievements in the year ahead."
During his innovative first
year in office, Grass led the
UJA-Federated Community
Campaigns to new heights.
These included the campaign
opening in Israel last September
which raised more than $12
million; a Hineni meeting in
Washington, D.C., where
pledges came to $7.6 million, and
a national Young Leadership
Retreat raising $3.2 million. In
addition. Super Sunday has
raised over $37 million and the
'85 Campaign is running almost
15 percent ahead of last year.
One of the most outstanding
accomplishments of Grass'
Chairmanship was Operation
Moses, which vividly demon-
strated that the Jewish people
will always take care of their
brethren regardless of the cir-
cumstances. When the final and
complete story can be published,
it will be recorded as one of the
Jewish people's most ex-
traordinary achievements.
Grass is a former Chairman of
the United Jewish Federation of
Greater Harrisburg which he led
to the highest per capita rate of
giving in the country. He for-
merly served as a UJA National
Vice Chairman and as President
and Chairman of the Board of
the Israel Education Fund.
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weekly Koteret Roshit, Uoldberg
indicated that he had no sym-
pathy for Israeli civilians killed
or injured in terrorist attacks.
"Many of those passengers on
buses and those injured by
explosives are not innocent,
since they support the op-
pression of Palestinians. And if
they really are innocent, what
can be done about it? They
happened to be in the wrong
place at the wrong time. That's
the price to be paid," he said.
The ignorance and
viciousness of Goldberg's
statement is simply amazing.
What can he possibly know
about the Middle East after 22
years in prison and a few days in
Israel? Moreover, his
rationalization of the killing of
children as a "price to be paid"
is evidence of a mind so warped
by ideology as to be immune to
the facts and to any sympathy
toward the nation that saved
him.
Still Israel's experience with
Goldberg is important because it
demonstrates, once again, that
Israel is there for all Jews who
need it. Holocaust survivors,
suffering Ethiopians, Soviet
refuseniks, comfortable
American Jews, and even misfits
like Denis Goldberg are all
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TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER (731-7660), 9101 NW 57Ul St. Timing
Services: Sunday through Friday 8 SO a.m., 5 p.m. Late Frldayi
p.m Saturday R:8 a.m.. 8 p.m. Rabbi Kurt F. Stone. uiiHrr I
Nathan Zoiondek Canter P. Hlllel Brummer
TEMPLE BETH AM (874-8680). 7306 Royal Palm Blvd. MarrikJ
Services: Monday through Friday 8:80 a.m.. 8 p.m Friday late I
p.m Saturday 9 a.m.. 8 p.m.. Sunday 8 a.m., S p.m. Rakbi Paul I
Rabbi Emerltua, Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Groeiman
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL I 742-40401. 7100 W Oakland Park Blvd. I
33313 Services: Monday through Thuraday x am 5 JO p.m Friday l|
8 pm.. 8 p.m.: Saturday 8:48a.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.. S:Mp.m. RaMit
Labowiri, cantor Maurice Nee.
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Century Blvd.. DeerHeld Beach SS441 Services: Sunday throughI
a.m.. 6 p.m Friday late service 8 p.m.: Saturday 8:48 a.m. and al
lighting time. Rabbi Joseph Laaener, Cantor Shebtal Acfctrman.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE (943-8*801. 14S4 SE Serd. St.. Pompano I
! 33080 Services: Friday 8 p.m. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
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Menachem Begin Man of Paradox
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British and the
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" *LiIME- Camp David accord*
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The third Annual Aliyah
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conjunction with the Israel
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Opportunities and programs
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regarding the following: Initial
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Kibbutzim, Israel Programs, and
Retirement in Israel.
The object of the Aliyah
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Admission fee for the Con-
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Admission fee includes a
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For further information, please
contact the Aliyah Council, tel.
576-400, ext. 360 or the Israel
Aliyah Center, tel 573-2556.
More Ethiopian Jews rescued
Jewish Agency. When the
Haganah helped the British hunt
down Irgun fighters, Silver says,
"Menachem Begin never forgave
and never forgot." Silver details
the role he played in the blowing
up of the King David Hotel in
1946; the hanging of two British
sergeants in 1947; the massacre
at Deir Y ass in in April 1948, and
the sinking of the Irgun arms
ship Altalena that June off Tel
Aviv.
Once the State of Israel was
born. Begin spent the next three
decades in very vocal opposition,
insisting the Jewish state in-
clude all of Jerusalem and both
banks of the Jordan River. He
served in a unity government
briefly during the Six-Day War
of 1967, but Silver's suggestions
that Prime Minister of Levi
Eshkol yielded to Begin in
making Moshe Dayan Minister
of Defense and in deciding to
conquer the Old City of
Jerusalem are wild
exaggerations.
Almost incredibly, Begin came
to power in 1977. The next six
years the rise of enormous in-
flation, the intensified Israeli
settlement of the West Bank, the
divisive war in Lebanon, and the
massacre in the Sabra and
Sbatilis refugee camps. It also
saw. mere positively, the
vieit of Egypt's
Anwar Sadat to
In nan aw and the signing of the
have known what was going on."
And during the refugee camp
massacre by the Phalangists,
under the eye of the Israel
Defense Forces, Silver says, "He
would have ensured that the
Prime Minister did not have to
learn about (the massacre) from
the BBC." Neither statement
has the buck stop with the prime
minister.
eausted, feeling betrayed,
mourning his wife's death, in the
grip, according to Silver, of
"manic depression." Silver adds,
"On September 15, the day
(Begin) sent his resignation
letter to President Chaim
Herzog, the IDF buried its 518th
fallen soldier of the Lebanese
war."
Silver concludes. "The Israel
Menachem Begin created in his
own image was more narrowly
Jewish, more aggressive and
more isolated. Social and
religious tensions were closer to
the surface." This biography
presents a fair and readable
assessment of the obstinate
leader who did so much to bring
Israel to her present crises.
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Alan Cranston (D. Calif.) said he
believes that all Ethiopian Jews
previously stranded in the Sudan
when Israel was forced to halt its
rescue operation last January are
now out of that country
following secret airlift of
Ethiopian Jews, conducted by
the United States.
In a telephone interview from
Washingotn, Cranston also
disclosed details of his efforts
which led to all 100 members of
the Senate signing a letter to
President Reagan urging that
the administration seek per-
mission from the Sudanese
president, Gaafer al-Nimeiry,
"for the immediate resumption
of the airlift."
The letter, dated February 21,
noted Nimeiry's earlier com-
ments in a New York Times
interview in which he stated that
the "Ethiopian Jews and all
other refugees now living in the
Sudanese camps were free to
leave the country provided they
did not go directly to Israel."
According to Cranston, the
administration's response to the
letter was very positive. He
received a telephone call from
Reagan saying he shared the
concern of the senators on the
deteriorating situation in the
refugee camps, and later a
telephone call from Vice
President George Bush in-
dicating his concern for the
Ethiopian Jews.
Cranston said he was par-
ticularly seeking to draw the
attention of Bush to the issue
since Bush was scheduled to
visit the Sudan in early March.
"I figured that this was the time
for a breakthrough," Cranston
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
J. Robert Moskin is the author
of "Among Lions," the story of
the battle for Jerusalem, which
won the National Jewish Book
Award in 1983, and a member of
the board of The Jerusalem
Foundation. He has reported on
Israel over 24 years.
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