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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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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tewuhFlop idian o
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
[j4_ NumkM-r 28
Fort Lauderdale. Florida Friday, September 18, 1985
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Greater Fort Lauderdale Ushers in 5746 ...
Happy and Healthy Rosh Hashanah
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Id News
_ Tw .Jewish of-
:iau-lc Zilberzahn,
[Lucien Kalfon, 49.
mi appointed to the
Lankn..: posts in the
1 oivii The
fre promoted to
Is French
fnt of (iovernor
in France a non-
:>st.
SRDAM Police
|ngen have seized
itities of books
Wets of the Nazi
were part of an
e there recently,
may he brought
auction house
ingar, article of the
nal code which
e distribution of
rial a punishable
BELS The first
ke at any European
|as dedicated by the
of <"<>mmunica-
|rman de Croo, who
nbolized Belgium's
for freedom of
specially at an air-
ph is the crossroads
of all faiths. The
ne is located
in terminal near
olic and Protestant
- A loose
of nationalist
Estonian, Lat-
Jnd Lithuanian
lUnns has launched
Wlion "information
Ij" designed to
Ithe Commission of
p* War Criminals in
and weaken Parlia-
M> to bring Nazi
finals to justice, ac-
to the Canadian
ntative of the Simon
fhal Center.
~ Nominal fines
Ml to $65 were
jy imposed by a
"t court on each of
members of an
*! neo-Nazi organiza-
"" guilty of cir-
anti-Semitic pro-
and displaying
I* the Nazi rerime
.Jjwastikas. fhrie
l were acquitted.
PJTA Service,
L 'Shana Tovah (Happy New Year) Community leaders Brian
J. Sherr (far left), president, Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, John Streng (left), vice-president and 1986 UJA
general campaign chairman, and Samuel K. Miller (far right).
A New Commitment
BRIAN J. SHERR
President. Jewish Federation
Sound the shofar ... a New Year begins September 16, and we
must now pause to examine the direction of our lives and the
value of our rtciadi On thia ayirial occasion of Rosh Hashanah, we
must take the time to reflect on our responsibilities to one another
and to the heritage of hope and faith that unites us.
On behalf of the officers, directors and staff of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale and the United Jewish
Appeal, I extend warmest Rosh Hashanah greetings to my Jewish
brethren throughout our community. Your heartfelt generosity
and support during the past year to our people in need has indeed
been rewarding and you have earned our profound gratitude.
Now. we are faced with an even greater task and are challenged
to answer the call of tens of thousands of men, women and
children who look to us for renewed hope. In our own community,
despite signs of recovery, more Jews are suffering economic hard-
ship than at any time since the Great Depression. None of us can
live in comfort with peace of mind while this condition remains.
American Jewry's steadfast support of Israel during the most
painful times has been instrumental in protecting the bond bet-
ween these two great nations ... the people of Israel are still liv-
ing in a state of war: their sons and fathers and husbands remain
Coatiased on Page 2-A
vice-president, join with Rabbi Samuel April (center), president.
North Broward Board of Rabbis in weloming in the new Jewish
year 57%6.
rA More Meaningful Life-\
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
President. North Broward Board of Rabbis
May you and your loved ones be inscribed and sealed in the
Book of Life for "Tiahmu," 5746 for the coming New Year.
The Hebrew letters forming the acrostic, may be interpreted to
mean "May you experience a fresh breatX of air, based upon the
root "Naahom" (to breathe) from which is derived the familiar
noun "N'Shomoh" (a living soul, or the breathing spirit of man)."
Every year of my life in the Rabbinate. I become more convinc-
ed that as we pray for life, there is a single formula to help us
achieve that goal, with health and dignity. When we say "Al
tashlicheinu 1'eis ziknoh," "Cast us not off to old age," we pray
Thee, consider the words carefully. We grow older the moment
we stop studying ... the day we become disinterested in the
world about us, the time we grow apathetic to others and concen-
trate only upon our own physical needs. How do we stay younger,
grow older more gracefully? By being aware of everything vital
that is going on becoming involved in the Synagogue or Tem-
ple, through the House of Prayer, Study and Assembly, The
Jewish Community, the secular world, the Nation, America,
Israel and International affairs.
If you attended a worship service this year, you heard sermons
and Talmudic discussions of these and other issues. Everv time
Continued on Page 2-A
Chaplaincy Commission Provides Services Throughout North Broward
The sound of the Shofar
will ring across Greater
Fort Lauderdale on the
High Holy Days and none
will hear the beautiful
sounds more deeply than
the men and women who are
unable to attend synagogue
or temple services.
Thanks to the tireless work of
volunteer Rabbis, Cantors and lay
spiritual leaders, the eorp of
volunteers of the Chaplaincy Com-
mission of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
scores of men. women and
children, confined to nursing
homes, hospitals, prisons and
retirement facilites. will listen to
these special liturgical rituals and
welcome in 5746.
Under the guidance of commis-
sion chairman Alfred Golden and
director Rabbi Albert B.
Schwartz, this group of dedicated
men and women will make per
tonal visits to the following
Tneedev. September 10
10 am
Colonial Palm West, Rab-
bi Solomon Gold/Berte; and
Israel Reahnikoff and Mi-
nyonaires, 51 W. Sample
Rd., Pompano Beach.
lla.ai.
Colonial Palm East, Rab-
bi Solomon Gold/Berte and
Israel Reahnikoff and Mi-
nyonaires, 3670 N.E. 3rd
Ave., Pompano Beach.
Wednesday. September 11
11:30 a..
Oakland Park Retire-
ment, Cantor Mario
Botoshansky, 5605 N.W.
27th Ct, Lauderhill.
12:30 p.m.
St. Elizabeths Senior
Day Care, Rabbi Joseph
Langner, 801 N.E. 33rd St,
Pompano Beach.
2 p.m.
Margate Manor, Rabbi
Paul Plotkin/Berte and
Israel Reahnikoff, 1189 W.
River Dr.. Margate.
Sunrise Health Center,
Cantor Abraham Joseph
Ezring. 4800 Nob Hill Rd.,
Sunrise.
Thursday. Septeher 12
10 a..
Sholom Manor, Edward
Altner, 2771 N.W. 1th
Terr., Lauderhill.
10:30 a.a.
Tiffany House, Cantor
Robert Goodman, 2900
Riomar St.. Fort
Lauderdale.
Ua.M.
Beverly Manor of
Margate. Harold Cowen.
5961 Colonial Dr.. Margate.
King David. Edward
Altner. 5800 N.W. 27th Ct.
Lauderhill.
Manor Pines, Max
Kronish/Adolph Novak/Lou
Gold. 1701 N.E. 26th St..
Fort Lauderdale.
St. John's Nursing and
Rehabilitation, Rabbi David
Gordon/Philip Erstling,
3075 N.W. 35th Ave.,
Lauderdale Lakes.
1 p.m.
Manor Oaks, Max
Kronish/Adolph Novak/Lou
Gold. 2121 E. Commercial
Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
lp.m
Buglewood Retirement,
Cantor Nathan Levinson,
2251 N.W. 29th Ct, Fort
Lauderdale.
Pinehurst Convalescent
Center. Max
Kronish/Adolph NovaK/Lou
Gold. 2401 N.E. 2nd Street.
Pompano Beach.
Tamarac Nursing Home,
Rabbi Mordecai Brill/Ben-
jamin Hansel. 7901 N.W.
88th Ave., Tamarac.
Friday. September 13
11
Inverrary Retirement,
Benjamin Hansel. 5811
N.W. 28th St. Lauderhill.
Main Broward County
Jail, Rabbi David Gor-
don/Benjamin Hansel.
Nutrition Center, Max
Kronish/Adolph Novak/Lou
Gold, 1239 N. State Rd. 7.
Lauderhill.
Nutrition Center, Jewish
Community Center, Phillip
Erstling, 6601 W. Sunrise
Blvd.. Plantation.
2 p.m.
Broward Convalescent.
Rabbi Albert B.
Schwartz/Edward Altner.
1330 S. Andrews Ave.. Fort
Lauderdale.
Leisure Retirement, Ben-
jamin Hansel. 5825 N.W.
Continued on Page 10-A


Page 2-A Tte Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, September 13, 1985
I

Newswire/Florid;
FORT LAUDERDALE On Aug. 7, a new denut
Bn.ward Sheriffs Office, swearing an oaU. to .iS'lP
st itution and uphold the laws of the State of Floria The
iv is B'4M tall, weighs 198 pounds, is named Wendv 1!^*
$15,000. Deputy Wendy is a robot. Deputy Wendy .^n
elementary and middle schools teaching child safety ami
prevention programs. ^ '
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TALLAHASSEE Broward residents produce over l nJ
tons of garbage each day. Finding a place to put it is probihk iU
most difficult problem facing municipal governments mLkl
Florida. For the past two years. Rep. Jack Tobin of the maI
District, has sponsored measures, that would reduce the ,j I
of garbage dumped into landfills. "The bottle bill endoSfl
Tobin. places a 5 cent deposit on bottles and cans to promote*!
Itntion. re-use and recycling of these beverage containers.
TALLAHASSEE Florida has the largest elderly populah
in the nation and more than 10 percent of Floridians aged&5
older now live in nursing homes. By the year 2000 that am mZ
will be more than 355.000, according to the Florida Committee?
aging.
'*i
FROM FORT LAUDERDALE to Israel and
the opportunity to see first-hand how the funds
raised by the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale/United Jewish Appeal and
Project Renewal are used. Under the guidance
of Aharona Surowitz, standing, left, these
teenagers from North Broward were the grant
recipients of the Chaver L 'Chaver (friend to
friend program), planned last winter and co-
sponsored by the Jewish Community Center
with the cooperation of the Jewish Welfare
Board, the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, and the Central Aoency for
Jewish Education. From left (bottom), Lisa
Waldman, Jodi Strauss and Amy Richter,
and (top), Surowitz, Jason Rosenzweig,
Naomi Thomas. Rob Winess, Mark Bollt,
Jamie Strauss, Meredith Madnick and
Michael Krohn. The teens spent time this sum-
mer touring various areas in Israel, and in
particular, lived with residents as part of
Project Renewal in the Israeli city
neighborhood, Josephtal in Kfar Saba, about
15 miles northwest of Tel Aviv. Alvera
Ackerberg Gold is the chairperson of both the
Florida Regional and Jewish Federation Pro-
ject Renewal campaign.
Happy New Year
Alfred Golden, Prea.
FredSnyder
EliTopel
Carl Groaaberg
Rivaraid* Manorial Chape la
A New Commitment
Continued from Page 1-A
in mortal danger in quest of their survival.
Wherever we turn, the need is there, in the Soviet Union, in
Syria, on the faces of our Ethiopian Jews, people from all walks of
life living under conditions of present or threatened oppression.
We in this New Year of 5746. in the 38th year of Israel's ex-
istence, reborn in 1948 as a nation in the world community of na-
tions, have pledged to strengthen and advance our services to our
Jewish brethren here in Greater Fort Lauderdale. in Israel and
around the world.
Let us all give gratitude for the bounty of our lives and take
pride in our good work, but must never forget our heritage
through renewed commitment to our people in this period of the
High Holy Days.
L'Shana Tovah and best wishes for a happy and healthy New
Year.
A New Meaning for Life
Coatiaaed froa Page 1-A
you attended a Jewish Sanctuary, concentrated on the Rabbi's ex-
planation of a psalm and prayed sincerely, with intent and devo-
tion, you made a decision for life! You can avoid death, spiritually
and physically by breathing the news, sythesized with the old
traditions of Judaism. You can stave off senility, apathy,
egomania and egocentrism. selfishness and complacency even
disease and death ... by practicing your faith.
Why should Broward, the fastest growing county in all the 50
states, boasting the greatest proliferation of Synagogues in the
U.S.A., be plagued by the greatest amount of unaffiiiated
members? Jews who join a Synagogue invariably are the ones who
support Federation, Israel, Jewish causes and philanthropies as
well as United Fund, Operation Moses, Live-Aid et al. We ap-
plaud all attempts to form legitimate new congregations, just as
we encourage the million and a half of our coreligionists living in
our area to help the hundreds of thousands who already belong to
existing ones to aid and abet their worthy cause. Make your deci-
sion for this year. "Tishmu," 5746 ... to breathe new life, infuse
new being into your N'shomoh and your prayer for a more mean-
ingful life will be assured AMEN.
TOGETHER WE will bust
ghosts and build Israel. Israeli
Prime Minister Shimon Peres
and a Jewish immigrant child
who arrived this year from
Ethiopia symbolize the har-
mony between older and newer
immigrants in Israel. Most of
the thousands of Ethiopian
Jewish immigrants are under
U and arrived without
parents. But the Jewish Agency
is fully committed to helping
meet their needs, with the help
of funds contributed to the
Federation annual United
Jewish Appeal campaign
through Operation Moses.
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[igh Holy Day Services
*ah the approach of the Days of Awe. Rosh Hashanah to Yom
mr only a few weeks away, North Broward's Jewish
P$pnu who are unaffiliated are invited to become members of
Pf the manv synagogues and temples which hold services in
Ij, yea ami thus "help perpetuate the faith."
TL faith and values of Jews throughout the centuries have
a-TshsH and strengthened by our synagogues. Our
rjLpjes have helped to pass our heritage from generation to
ineration.
A* Jewish families of North Broward who are affiliated with a
If the Jewish Federation and the North Broward Board of
SL'comliir,.' t.' extend an invitation to join a synagogue which
trpiponsive '" yur needs- II '8 an invitation which your family
Daecepi
!flie following j- ;' list "f local TemPles:
CONSERVATIVE
timer.
Temple Beth Am 974-8660, 7205 Royal Palm Blvd.. Margate
3 President, Jack Magzen; Men's Club, George Goldstein;
erhood. Judith Brownstein; Rabbi Paul Plotkin. Rabbi
Emeritus Dr. Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Grossman.
Teaple Beth Israel 742-4040, 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
nrise 33313, President, Libo Fineberg, Men's Club, Hy
jgnan; Sisterhood, Helaine Grebler; Rabbi Emanuel Schenk
Acting Rabbi). Cantor Maurice Neu.
Teaple Beth Israel of Deerfield Beach 421-7060, 200 S. Cen-
Blvd.. Deerfield Beach 33441; President, Saul Kirschen-
n; Sisterhood. Etta Feltquate; Brotherhood, Irving Better;
bi Joseph I^angner. Cantor Shabtal Ackerman.
Teaple B'nai Moshe 942-5380. 1434 SE 3rd St., Pompano
Reach 33060; President, Barry Glaaer; Men's Club, Ernest
DJcohs; Sisterhood, Karen Nobel; Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Cantor
Jiudah Heilbraun.
Teaple Sha'arav Tzedek (Sunrise Jewish Center) 741-0295,
Pine Island Rd., Sunrise 33321; President, Jack Polinsky;
|Hen'< Club, Abe Reiter; Sisterhood, Mollie Bressel; Rabbi
loward S. Kaplan Cantor Jack Marchant.
Teaple Sfcolom 942-6410, 132 SE 11th Ave.. Pompano Beach
President, I>r. Philip Rubinstein: Men's Club. Max Finkel;
terhood, Pauline Kraun; Rabbi Samuel April
Cooperation Beth HUM of Margate 974-3090, 7640 Margate
Jlvd.. M:-. President, Murray Levine; Men's Club,
hkkI. Florence Goldfarb; Rabbi David MaUt-
t. Cantor Joel Cohen.
Hebrew Congregation of Lauderhil 733-9560. 2048 NW 49th
|Ave Lauderh:!l 33313; Rabbi Israel Halpern.
North Lauderdale Hebrew Congregation 722-7607/722-2722,
1(060 Bailey Rd. (Banyon Lakes Condo Clubhouse), Tamarac
BS319; President, Charles Fyier; Sisterhood, Blanche Fyier.
Couervitive Synagogue of Coconnt Creek 974-1984, 2055
IStote Rd. 7, Margate; Protem Officers: Pearl Fahl, Dorothy Lap-
jdunsky, Debbie Lederer; Rabbi Josiah Derby.
I ORTHODOX
dagrtfition Midgal Darid 726-3683, 8676 W. McNab Rd.
Shops of Tamarac Plaza), Tamarac 33821; President, Herman
|Fleischer; Rabbi Chaim Snyder.
Teaple Ohel B'nai Raphael 733-7684, 4861 W. Oakland Park
[Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes 33318; President, Emanuel Bomze;
pterhood, Jean Levinsohn; Cantor Paul Stuart
Sysifopie of Inverrary-Chabad 748-1777, 7770 NW 44th St.,
[Lincoln Park West, Sunrise 33321; President, Dr. David Wolgin;
l&iterhood, Dana Sostchin-Maraha Fischer; Rabbi Aron
|ueberman.
Via* Uriel of Deerfield Beach 421-1367, 1880 W. Hillsboro
w, Century Village. Deerfield Beach 33441; President, Sidney
IWmeier; Sisterhood. Martha Schneier.
J?*K Iarael Svn*rof of Hollywood-Fort Landerdale
Jw7, 3291 Stirling Rd., Fort Lauderdale 33312; President.
IJ*"1 Aschheim; Sisterhood, Dr. Judy Dach, Lori Wittlin; Rabbi
mm Da\
"ECONSTRUCTIONIST
ItoFV Shl,om 472-3600, 11301 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation
lfi>; President, Leon Benlolo; Rabbi Elliot Skiddell. Cantor
|WaBogart.
KF0RM
IhI"?' Bat Ya" 661-6808. McGaw Hall, 1400 N. Federal
J) rort Lauderdale 33304; Cantor Richard Brown.
JJftrBeth 0rr 753-8232, 2161 Riverside Drive. Corsi Spr-
*5. President. Carol Wasserman; Sisterhood. Barbara
Brotherhood.
Nncy Hausman.
BT---~. r rtfsiaent. uarol Wasserman; sisternooa, otnwi
E: Brotherhood. Sid Rosenberg; Rabbi Jerrold M. Levy.
ptwNancj Hausman.
mSlB "*' Sn*,OB 426-2532.2305 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deer
E**t]'33441; President, Nathan Bloomberg; Sisterhood.
KT* Mieinbart; Brotherhood. Irving Singer. Rabbi Nathan
r m- Untor, Morris Levinson.
L'7pl'1 Kmanu-EI 731-2310, 3245 W. Oakland Park Blvd..
I wr^ai" mU' Preaident. Richard J. Levy; Men's Club.
, Sisterhood, Esteile Wagner. Josephine Newman.
" Baker. Kabhi Jeffrey Ballon. Cantor Rita Shore.
JJPle Kol \rai 472-1988, 8200 Peters Rd.. Plantation 33324;
*" ''""la Carr; Brotherhood. Michael Bel!; Sisterhood.
"orner. Kahbi Sheldon J. Harr. Cantor Gene Corburn.
t*rl. Jewish Temple of Coconut Creek. Calvary
.,"*" ( hurch 971-3868. 3 *k Parkway.
w I reek (palm Beach) 33066; Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal.
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grij^jf^jy^jnbeMS,J985/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 8-A
Business and Executive Network Formed
ft Briefly
other, and to meet the Federa-
tion's need for the involvement of
what we hope will become, a
cohesive and quality group,"
Lewin stated.
Each meeting will consist of a
cocktail, social hour and an infor-
mative speaker.
For additional information
about the new Business and Ex-
ecutive Network, contact Steven
Perry at 563-5202.
Steven D. Lewin
Brian J. Sherr, president
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale,
has announced the forma-
tion of a Business and Ex-
ecutive Network, under the
chairmanship of Steven D.
Lewin, managing director
of Oppenheimer and Com-
pany, Inc.
The Business and Executive
Network is an organization of
business and professional leaders
of the Fort Lauderdale Jewish
community. The group will meet
on the first Thursday of each
month, from October through
May. at Marina Bay.
"Our programs are designed to
meet the needs of the business
community, to associate with each
FLORIDIAN
GOES WEEKLY
With this issue, the Jewish FLORIDIAN of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, the "voice" of the organized Jewish community,
returns to its publication schedule every Friday through mid-May.
The FLORIDIAN is published under the auspices of the Jewish
Federation's Communication Department with central offices at
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copy do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Jewish
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made a minimum commitment to the Federation's United Jewish
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Happy
Holiday Season
From our family to your family
may the new year bring peace,'
iov and love.
Robert Uchin. Chairman of the Board
John R. Morris. President/Chief Executive Officer
Joel Reinsteln. Secretary/Legal Counsel
Tanfleld C. Miller, Treasurer
Director.
Richard Barrett
Larry Bkjm
Ludwik Brodzki
Ah/era Ackerberg Gold
Dr. Richard Greene
Barry Heirnhch
Helen Miner
FredOteton
Michael Shir
Congressman Larry Smith
Ben Torchinsky
IrwinWeiser
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Page 4-A The Jewiah Ftoridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, September 13, 1988
Measure of a Mitzvah
By MAURICE T. GALPERT
"Ho, everyone who thxrstt. come, fetch water."
-Isaiah 55:1
"What is a mitzvah?" asked my grandson, Justin.
Having just returned with Sue from a tour of Denmark, I had
been discussing with my daughter the stirring Resistance
Museum in Copenhagen. I referred to that noble, incomparable
King Christian X (after whom a hospital is named in Eitanim,
Israel). When the Nazis decreed that all Danish Jews must wear a
yellow Shield of David, he, himself affixed a badge to his arm and
walked defiantly through the streets of Copenhagen.
"That's what a mitzvah is," sighed Noni. turning to her son.
"Grandpa, did you do a mitzvah when you were in Denmark?"
asked Justin, wrinkling his brown eyebrows inquisitively.
"I presume I did, but it seems, at least to me. that in Denmark it
was the gracious inhabitants who were always doing mitzvot on
behalf of others." Then I told him about an incident that happen-
ed to me.
Traipsing about Copenhagen for several hours, I became thirs-
ty. Wandering into a market. I stood in line and purchased a bot-
tle of soda water. When I asked the clerk to open it. I was told she
wasn't permitted to. So I left with my capped bottle, looking fran-
tically for a likely way or place to open it. After having walked
about three blocks. I suddenly felt a tap on my shoulder. A blonde
young woman, who had obviously witnessed my contretemps in
the store, handed me an opener from her shopping bag. 1 thanked
her in Yiddish, the tongue I resort to instinctively in all countries
whose language I'm not familiar with. We laughed and parted.
Sipping my mineral water, I resumed my stroll. I reflected on
how an elemental desire, such as slaking one's thirst, can lead to
disparate events. The Second Book of Samuel (23:15-17) records
that King David, doing battle with a Philistine garrison in
Bethlehem, was one day seized with longing for water. Declared
he, "If only I could have a drink of water from the well by the gate
of Bethlehem 1" At this, three heroic men made their perilous way
through enemy lines, drew water from Bethlehem's cistern, and
brought it to David. But David refused to drink it, pouring it out
to the Lord and saying. "God forbid that I do such a thing. Can I
drink the blood of these men who risked their lives for it?"
Whether milady of Denmark knew it or not. she was perform-
ing a mitzvah, as David's warriors, but who is to measure a mitz-
vah '$ magnitude? We are not here to weigh good deeds on scales,
but to perform them, the modest as well as the momentous.
Justin, to help anyone in want is a mitzx-ah. and the performance
of it corrects an imbalance in the universe."
Viewpoint
Jews Never Give Up Hope
For some time, a Jew is a 24-hour-a-day, 365 day-a-year job,
commitment, task, identification, joy, burden and enterprize. For
others, the commitment is different, less intense.
Most Jewish people, however, are selective. Jewishly peaking
and ebbing through the year or at various stages in their lives.
Perhaps when a loved one dies, we say Kaddish or when a young
boy or girl receives their Bar or Bas Mitzvahs or still yet when the
family sits around the Passover seder espousing the holiday
rituals.
The Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) is a time of heightened
Jewish awareness leading to the phenomenon labelled as three-
day-a-year Jews. The three days refer to the two days of Rosh
Hashanah (New Year) plus Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) a
week and a half later.
Most Jews acknowledge this as a special time, interrupting
their normal routines, taking off from work, school, activities and
planning family get-togethers.
But, of course, being aware of the holidays is not a guarantee
that people will rush to the synagogues to pray.
As the halls of our high schools in North Broward empty of
Jewish students at this special time, we find that taking off for
the holidays is no problem, it is expected. Even non-Jewish
students don't show up. But instead of heading for synagogues,
the malls, beach and movies become the hotest attractions in
town. A good time is had by all.
Moat Jews, however, do dutifully make at least a cameo ap-
pearance inside s synagogue for prayer services, often sitting in
the company of others similarly inclined, in an outer auditorium
transformed for the occasion. Religious duties accomplished, the
three-day-a-year worshippers disappear, reappearing the follow-
ing year.
But why come at all? Nostalgia, remnants of Jewish identity.
Homage to (grand jparents and because American society is so
steeped in pluralism that attendance is expected.
And yet there is s light that shines brightly revealing a new and
{'oung group of Jewish men, women and children, whose strength
ies in Judaism.
There is the need to make more of s commitment s time to
recharge their batteries, expose themselves to numerous social
and political Jewish organizations to further strengthen their
Jewish identities. There is an understanding of the synagogue as
a community and the role it plays in their day-by-day lives which
has s special part in their busy schedules.
We can instead be proud of our heritage. Jews never give up
hope. And isn't that an important part of Roah Hashanah Yom
Kippur and Judais- ?
L'Shana Tovah
------------------------- MLV
Rosh Hashanah
One of the earliest musical devices of
mankind, the primitive ram's horn or
shofar is the ritual horn of Israel. It was
the voice of the shofar "exceeding loud"
which rang from the thick cloud upon
Sinai when Moses "brought forth the peo-
ple to meet G-d." The walls of Jericho fell
at its sound. It echoed through the hill
country of Ephraim the day Ehud slew
the thousands of Moab. At En-Harod the
shofar joined its blast in the night with the
clash of pitchers and the battle cry of the
valiant hundred, "The sword for the Lord
and for Gideon!" Throughout biblical
times it resounded on the festival of the
New Moon and on the First Day of Tishri,
called "the memorial of blowing," as well
as on other solemn occasions. It gave the
alarm in case of siege, flood, or pressing
danger and figured, perhaps magically, in
rain-making ceremonies. The Romans, it
is easy to understand, were bewildered by
its frequent blowing and suspected its
treasonable intent in a land of rebels.
Later, other rebels, in the bitter moment
The sound
of the
Shofar
of excommunication, trembled at its not
Although the Jews, as befitted a race <
music-lovers, made no scruples in
ting and modifying their other
struments, they clung stubbornly to
primitive shofar. To this day it keeps it
ancient form and use; and the tradition
notes, the deep tekiah and the shr.
teruah usher in the New Year and dismis_
Israel after the repentant hours of Atonel
ment. Unlike the cornucopia of the
tiles brimming with earthly fruits,
shofar is big with the dooms of the fut
A day shall come when, as on Sinai, it i
throb again beneath an awful breatfaj
"The Lord G-d will blow the shofar
will go with the whirl-winds of the earth'l
(Zechariah 9.14). On that day promised off
the prophets and become the home ofi
Zion, "a great shofar shall be blown, and!
they shall come that they have been lost ml
the land of Assyria and dispersed in the|
land of Egypt, and they shall worship i
Lord in the holy mountain of Jerusalem"I
(Isaiah 27.13).
Remembering the Year 5745
Oh what a year it was!
Here is a look at some of the
top news stories:
After bringing them home in a
massive rescue operation. Israel
opened its arms to welcome more
than 15.000 Ethiopian Jews
through the United Jewish Ap-
peal's "Operation Moses".
President Reagan and his wife,
Nancy, together with West Ger-
many Chancellor Helmut Kohl
visit the Jewish Monument at the
former Nazi concentration camp
of Bergen Belsan. The visit
preceded Reagan's controversial
stop at the German military cem-
tary at Bitsburg.
Officials at the U.S. Agency for
International Development
believe they may have discovered
a kosher pig, a little-known animal
of Indonesia called the Babiruaa.
It both chews its cud and has s
cloven hoof, characteristics that
according to Halacha, make it
okay to eat
Amy Eilberg was selected to be
Conservstivc Judaism first
woman rabbi. The movement first
began admitting women as rab-
binical students to its seminary in
the fall.
A crtche, a representation of a
nativity scene, in Pawtucket,
Rhode Island, was the source of s
major church-state legal battle
over whether religious objects can
be displayed on public property.
Marc Chagall, a Russian born
painter, who rose to the top of the
modern art world on the strength
of his prolific output of work, as
well as his creative genius, died in
France at the age of 97. He was
renowned for the stained-glass
windows he designed for the
Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
Israel withdiew the last of it*
troops from Lebanon exactly
three years to the day after they
went m.~- ....-..-._.
Lebanese terrorists hijack a
TWA plane and hold 40 American
hostages, separating all those
passengers wkh Jewish-sounding
names. The terrorists demand the
release of 700 shi'ite prisoners be-
ing held in Israel; however, Israel
refused, but began releasing
Shi'ites after the hostages were
freed.
Jews around the world
celebrated the 850th birthday of
the great sage, Malmonides, also
known as the Rambam. Special
events to mark the occasion were
held in Cordova, Spain, his bir-
thplace, and in Egypt, where he
spent much of his life.
Josef Mengeie, the 'Angel of
Death', who put tens of thousands
of Jews to death, was himself
dead, a drowning victim, in the
small Brazilian town where he had
gone to hide.
Meir Kahane's racist policies
were so popular in Israel, that he
attracted surprisingly strong sup-
port. As a result, the Knesset
passed a Wl in effect outlawing
Kahane from running in the next
election.
Four thousand Jewish atheletes
gathered in Israel for the Mac-
mavw?:*
A High Holy Day card
a page from the Ro
Machzor an ancient.
6oo* illustrated in bright
or* and dotted with Gold'
from the Jewish Th
Seminary's Boesky Library
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and women that give us hop I
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Friday, September 13, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5-A
Jewish Council of Early Childhood
Education Install New Officers
, Ledgin EiBenberg,
rfon and Early Childhood
rtor of Temple Beth El. Boca
n wa* installed as president
ithe'400 member Jewish Council
f Eariy Childhood Educators of
nth Flonda at the Annual All-
iT professional Growth In-
Lf of the organization held
, put week at Temple Beth
jlom. in Hollywood.
[fleeted regional vice-preaident
Broward and Palm Beach
oties is Linda Harris, early
y^ood director at Ramat
dom Synagogue in Plantation.
^ing with Mrs. Eisenberg for
t coming year will be area vice-
lents Judy KuriU, South
Anita Koppele, Miami
th; Harriet Spitier, North
, and as treasurer, Arlene
io; Judy Balletta, secretary;
^Jamit Gittelson. immediate
t president.
I Over 40 schools in Dade,
.ward and Palm Beach Coun-
iparticipate in the programs of
[ JCECE which include two
ni-annaul All Day Professional
ititutes. seminars, workshops, a
dors' Institute and an inter-
j between the directors and
'is of sucessful programs and
Smties.
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Good Health and Happiness
Throughout the New Year
Congressman and Mrs. Lawrence J. Smith
Grant and Lauren
Paid far by Larry Hmilh tor Congm* Campaign. Joarph A Kpatain. CPA. rraaaurer
|At the Institute, veteran
ers who had served in Jewish
^ childhood education in South
rida for ten years or more
honored by their peers.
ng the project s ..f the JCECE
! the formulation <>f a Code of
tice for earlj childhood
ers and administrators; the
profesaionaHntioB of
ECE teachers; the develop-
otof an K' Resource Center
I the securing of an ECE con-
nt for the South Florida area.
GOOD RECIPES START
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ommentary
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale. Florida 33313 792-6700
By Muriel Haakell. Director of Public Relations
INr TFrRJSSRTiNF0RMATI0N AND FEES CONCERN-
p?fa5YE.J2? 0R PR0GRAMS LISTED ABOVE.
PLEASE CALL THE CENTER.
IN MEMORY of Barry Lewis Gerchick, the Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale will dedicate a softball field in
his name, Sunday. Sept. 15, 10:30 a.m. on the Center's campus
The late husband of Shiela Gerchick, JCC staff member for the
past two and a half years, Barry Gerchick took active part in the
JCC Softball program which was initiated close to four years ago.
A favorite among all players on all teams, he was well known,
respected and highly regarded for his warm personality, his good
nature and his outstanding sportsmanship.
The Gerchick family and friends will be gathering together in
Fort Lauderdale this weekend to celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of
Jeff Gerchick the day proceeding the dedication.
The Center extends an invitation to all members of the com-
munity who knew Barry Gerchick to join Shiela. Jeff and Jan and
other members of the family in paying tribute to his memory by
witnessing the naming of the Barry Lewis Gerchick Softball
Field.
MEL FISHER HERE WE COME! New! Scuba at the JCC.
A free scuba demonstration will be held at the Leonard L. Farber
Aquatics Center, the new JCC Swimming Pool located on the
Center's premises. Sunday. Sept. 22 from noon to 3 p.m.
The demonstration is open to members of the community who
are interested in the Scuba classes scheduled to being at the JCC
Oct. 2. The Scuba program works towards open water certifica-
tion and will be run in conjunction with the "Scuba Sports" facili-
ty located in Plantation.
The course includes five lectures, four pool sessions, four open
water dives and a written exam. Participants provide their own
mask. fins, weight belt, snorkel and gloves. All boat fees, equip-
ment rental, textbook, diving tables, student kit and Certification
fee are included in the registration fee.
JCC OFFERS DRIVER EDUCATION FOR TEENAGERS.
A Drivers Education Course for teenagers will be offered at the
Jewish Community Center beginning Sunday, Oct. 6.
Because Drivers Ed is now scheduled summers only by the high
schools, many students who were unable to register for the course
this past summer may now be accommodated through the JCC.
Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet the
operator during Registration which begins Sunday, Sept. 22, 10
a.m.-noon, at the JCC.
The course includes six hours of driving on the road and 30
hours of classroom instruction. Heavy emphasis will be placed on
defensive driving. In addition to the best possible driver training,
the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse will also be stressed during
the instruction periods.
Parents are also advised that at the successful conclusion of the
program the student will receive an insurance card enabling him
or her to receive an insurance discount from most insurance
companies.
The program will meet Sunday mornings beginning Oct. 6 and
one afternoon per week after school the preference of day to be
indicated at time of registration.
lulnmmriPSRit? m?** auction.
JS;Z8S*EJPHECST "'^l6* heW at "* Jewi8h Community
Center Saturday Sept 28. The annual event, open to the com
"Many new desirable items have been collected," says David
Surowiu. JCC s Assistant Executive Director. "Biddere may go
for some real celebrity goods such as Mary Decker's runnihg
shoes Qmncey Jones "We are the World" album. Modell original
a^thV Cart00nS'" *ddition to utographed books by famous
Some of the elaborate vacation packages to be auctioned off in-
clude an eight day trip to Hawaii's island of Waikiki. hotel of
uner!..C^,Ce; V** at *** famou8 Concord Hotel in the Cat-
2 **?*, T}? Key Houfin Key w* ** Orlando Hilton; the
Marco Island Marriott and more.
More biddable items listed are an NBC Tour with Chuck Scar-
borough, Dinner Certificates at well-known restaurants, jewelrv
art and professional services.
The evening will include coffee and cake served during the
social hour following the auction. Admission is $5 per person
which is applicable to the first purchase.
Committee members of the Auction include Dr. and Mrs
Sheldon Ross, Mr. and Mrs. David Schulman. Mr. and Mrs Stuart
Tatz, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tokar, Elliot Starman and Mr. and Mrs
ateven Millheiser.
Proceeds of the Goods and Services Auction will be added to
JCC s Scholarship Fund.
FOR ALL SINGLES!! The
Jewish Community Center of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, 6501
West Sunrise Blvd.. is offering a
"Break the Yom Kippur Fast." at
the Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 25, according to Alicia Can-
tor, Coordinator of the JCC
Singles.
Singles are invited to meet and
enjoy a dairy buffet together.
Reservations are essential by
Sept. 19.
JCC SINGLES Age 20-40.
Sunday, September 22, 1-4
p.m., a Barberque and Pool Party.
Socializing and Swimming.
Wednesday, September 25
Break The Yom Kippur Fast with
your friends at the Center. A
dairy buffet will be served 8 p.m.
Reservations are essential by
Sept. 19.
Tuesdays and Thursdays,
7:30-9:30 p.m. Volleyball.
Athletics! Social! Refreshments!
Age 35-55 JCC Single* meets
every Thursday of the month at
7:30 p.m. for meetings, discus-
sions and learning experiences.
Refreshments served.
The following is a list of upcom-
ing programs:
Sat. Sept. 14 SWIM AND
DANCE the night away at JCC'b
Poolside Dance!!
Thurs. Sept. 19 SOCIALIZ-
ING AND GAMES at the JCC, at
7:30 p.m.
Sun. Sept. 22 PICNIC AT
"HAMPTON Park .
nt.on call Selma at 72269'
Wed. Sept 26 rdp
YOMI KIPP,-r rig***
friends at the. vnU, ':*'"> I
fetwi.lbeserved.^5
Reservations a Must's
Sun. Sept. 29 rout.
WITH US Try f
score and have fund doinKJ
p.m. Fair Lanes Bowling
5605 W. Sunrise R|vdL
games and free shoe ^
The JCC in Greater Fort l.nuderialt
xng funds from ih, nnuoi I
Jvnh Appeal nUnmign
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W cup chapped carrots
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1 can (15 Or) Chef Boy-ar-dee
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1 tablespoon chopped fresh
parsley
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Fndaj^^ptemberjS^ljgS/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 7-A
LISTEN
HARDER
Every New Year, Jews all over the world
celebrate the blowing of the Shofar
as a symbol of these holy days.
Every New Year, we listen.
We hear.
And sometimes we forget.
For the* sburidbf the
Shofar often goes in one
ear and out of the
other.
But the Shofar is a
clarion call rousing
all of us to action.
Because we share
the responsibility
for Jews
everywhere.
Jews who are suffering from
exile or simple poverty.
Because we share a 4,000-
year-old heritage.
We have a common goal, a
common destiny and
responsibility that requires
each and every one of us to
make a commitment.
This year, when the .
Shofar is blown, let's
really hear it.
Please give generously
to the 1986 UJA/
Federation Campaign.
Cash is urgently needed now to help our brethren
at home in Israel Around the World
If you have already made your pledge, please honor
your commitment and fulfill your good intentions.
Send your check today!
JEWISH rEDERATlONOFG^T^K^^E^^
8368 W. Oakkarf P* Bo-Wd ^ Urn***.- SM21 006) 748*400/Mii. 8460731
BRIAN J.SHERR
President
JOELH.TELLES
Executive Director
JOHN STRENG
General Campaign Chairman
ONE PEOPLE, ONE DESTINY
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Page 8-A The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, September 13, 1985
T/ie Gathering
epiace
An Adult Day Care Center
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale s
Kosher Nutrition Program and the adult day care pro-
gram. "The Gathering Place. located at the JCC. were a
very receptive audience when Rabbi Jerroid Levy (above). < Temple Beth Orr, Coral Springs, made Kiddush at anOneg
Shabbai on a recent Friday morning. Many of today's elder-
ly do not attend a synagogue and are very enthusiastic to
participate, but transportation is a primary problem. San-
dra Friedland. Federation's Director of Elderly Services.
tnorduuUos the Friday morning programs and would be
pleased to hear from anyone that would enjoy i-olunteering
for a Shabbat program. Yiddish, Hebrew and musical
presentations are always being sought for the Kosher Nutri-
tion program, located in the Lauderhill Mall and the JCC.
If you are interested, please call 797-0831. Both programs
are fully funded by the Jewish Federation which receives
funds from the Federations annual United Jewish Appeal
campaign which provides social welfare and humanitarian
services in Greater Fort Lauderdale, in Israel, and in SO
lands around the wnrM
Volunteers for Israel
Now is the time to learn more about the unique program which
is available to North Broward area residents. The Volunteers for
Israel office located on the Perlman campus of the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale. 6501 W. Sunrise
Blvd.. Plantation, has an extensive speaker's bureau and audio
video program specially prepared for organizations and group
meetings Under the lay direction of Benjamin Dinkes. Florida
Coordinator, the program will offer your membership an in-
eating and informative time The office is opened on Honk
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Fridays from 14 p.m. For further in-
formation, call 792-6700.
lie**
Burgers!
Less fat!
More flavor!
Delicious, flavorful
quarter- pound
burger patties
made from top
quality dark
turkey meat;
packed 4
per pack.
Look for them in the freezer section!
Distributed by:
St. Petersburg, FL Q & A Food Service
(813)323-1205
Miami Beach, FL Mendelson, Inc.
(305) 672-5800
Hialeah, FL Tropic Ice Company
(305)624-5750
Tho Most Trusted Name in Koshmt Foods.
Jewish Federation
CHAPLAINCY
r Fort Lauderdale
COMMISSION
Chaplains in Profile
Rabbi Mordecai L. Brill
Providing the spiritual
and counseling services to
Jews in Greater Fort
Lauderdale area is Dr.
Mordecai L. Brill, an ordain-
ed rabbi, practicing
psychotherapist and a
specialist in marriage and
family counseling.
The Indianapolis. Indiana
native plays an important role as a
member of the Chaplaincy Com-
mission of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale by
providing that 'extra special' care
to the ill and infirm.
Under the guidance of Alfred
Golden, chairman, and Rabbi
Albert B. Schwartz, director, the
Chaplaincy Commission's scores
of volunteers, including rabbis
and cantors in North and West
Broward. provide High Holy Day
services for the shut-ins in nursing
homes, hospitals, the two
Federation-supported Kosher
Nutrition programs and for the
prisoners in the County penal
facilities.
Dr. Brill in referring to the
work performed by the Chaplain-
cy Commission stated, "The
Hospital Chaplaincy not only
fulfills the mitzvah of Bikur
Cholim (visiting the sick) for the
chaplain, but tells the paUent that
the Jewish Community, whom the
chaplain represents, cares. The
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale is to be com-
mended for organizing and sus-
taining the chaplaincy program."
He continued. "We are all aware
congregations in Waterburv.
necUcut Philadelphia a7'
Ferry, New Mexico.
A member of the An**
Association of Marriage
Family Counselors, Amenr
Association of pastori
^T*h has also .erved
the Board of Governor! 0f i
Synagogue Council of America.
The founder and former chJ
man of the National Inter
Commission on Marriage a
Family Life, he is m-editor
''Marriage An Interfaith Gu,
for All Couples" and "Write Ynrf
Own Wedding." "I
The Chaplaincy Commimimm
a program of tk, Jewish f>^J
turn of Greater Fort LauderttA
funded by the annual FrderA
tion/United Jewish .4pp,J
campaign.
that when one is hospitalized, he
feels anxious, helpless and
childlike. The patient is worried
about his future. The chaplain
comes as a true friend and a good
listener and a morale sustainer."
Dr. Brill, currently on the staff
of the Center for Pastoral
Counseling and Human Develop-
ment, is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, was ordained at
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, where in 1972 was
awarded an honorary Doctor of
Divinity for his outstanding com
munity service.
During World War II. he was an
Army Chaplain and has served
Make and Pay
Your 1985
Pledge Today
Contributions to the
1985 Federation/UJA
Campaign can be paid
any time until December
31 but Israel needs
CASH NOW! To make
an '85 pledge, call
748-8400 and help your
brethren in need. You'll
be glad you did!
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Yeshiva University's Issues of Our Times' Major Jewish Holid
Seminar Series to Come to Broward
The 1985-86 "Issues of
Our Times" seminar series,
sponsored by Yeshiva
University, has announced
that this program will be ex-
panded to the Broward and
Palm Beach County areas.
Rabbi Warren Kasztl. the newlv
appointed field director for the
Max Stern Division of Communal
Services, explains. "This is one of
many services Yeshiva I'niversitv
will be offering the Broward and
Palm Beach county areas Those
-esent one of the
tag Jewisfi areas :n the COUII
an.i a
und< Mr Chi
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development of ne\* oommuail
and Synagogues, and will he
RICKY SCHOR OF
COCONUT CREEK has been
appointed to the Executive
Board of the Deborah Hospital
Foundation for a one year
term. This is a milestone for
Deborah, being the first
Florida represents um on
S'attonal Board t'urrmtlii.
there art to local Deborah
tpttn and 15,000 mend
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Continued from Page 1-A
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Plantation Nursing
Home. Stanley Glat-
ter/Lillian Schoen and Com-
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Plantation.
4p.
Paskow Lodge. Benjamin
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Lauderhill.
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volved in all aspects of the place-
ment of professional personnel in
these promising areas. Placement
will not be limited to pulpit Rab-
bis, but will include administrative
and teaching staff for Jewish Day
Schools, social workers in counsel-
ing and community service, and
the like.
The issues of Our Times"
seminar series begins its fourth
year.andn in the past, has
featured such noted speakers as
Alan Dershowitz. renown pro-
r of law at Harvard Universi
ty.a nd Dr. Fred Rosner, famous
author and expert in the field of
Jewish Medical Ethics. The lec-
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Tuesday of each month, (nove. 5.
Dec. 3. Jan. 7. Feb. 4 and Mar. 4),
7:36 p.m.at Congregation Anshei
Emuna, Delray Beach.
Yeshiva Cniversity, America's
oldest and largest University
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By GERALD B. BUBIS
rid press flowed ^^ vie*"008 pride when discussing
I1/ and absorption plans for the Ethiopian Jews. The
Friday, September 13, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdafc Page 11-A
- .. 4
Programs for
fit lOpStlCS
manifested in rescuing helpless Jews Israel
Oriented, caring protector of the helpless and the
*?S Israel, shades of Entebbe, was at it again.
u,vine to "there the wewsment of the rescue processes
f ] reflect upon the absorption process in Israel, the
Jlmane and the realities to be considered.
low involved in the complicated absorption process of the
i2!n are sensitive about the cricisims leveled against the
|V an(j practices used in the early 1960s. Had not the Jews
FJfj, |ands (Edot Hamizrach) castigated the government
' lv for being deprived of their cultural practices and
die ethnic expressions of their ways of being Jewish and
"""' Hal not the I-abor alliance suffered the consequence 30
Ihtfr being he,d responsible, rightly or wrongly, for the
r.f the '50 and losing the support of those they set-
i the pro"8
lone leems indifferent to the need to understand and ap-
L fj,e Unique cultural difference* of the Ethiopian Jews.
L, perhaps the most exotic of many exotic cultural
bom which have settled in Israel. And American Jewry sud-
fos new cause that ameliorates the vague feelings of
ort which are the aftermath of the failed black-Jewish con-
The Ethiopian Jews are proof positive that Jews don't
rprejudices; once and for all, Jews brotherhood with blacks
itrable and palpable.
he meantime, Israel makes visible a covert message to the
I World. Zionism is not racist for, if such were the case,
n't the government resist efforts at aliyah by black Jews?
[ret charges are still made and traded that the Israeli
nent was previously intransigent in this matter.
I Israel there are mutterings about how convenient it is for
_j Jews to send black dolls for Ethiopian Jewish children
el while not helping them settle in America as was done for
Jews. These currents are bound to resonate in ever
r frequency.
j the desire and honest intentions of the officials of the
i ministries and Jewish Agency departments, words of cau-
|Kem in order. The Ethiopian Jews are unique and present
ves in Israel with no identifiable counterpart in any prior
However different Yemenite Jews were from Moroccan
i Jews, whatever the differences between Cochin and
iv Jews, Georgian and Ukrainian Jews, and so many more,
i links could be established of food or language, dress or
e, music or legend, geography or myth.
ere, somehow, in all past aliyot the newcomers could be
and helped in the absorption process with graduated
live patterns with some familiarity possible in the process.
er the realities facing Israel vis-a-vis the absorption of
i Jews. In Ethiopia, headcovers were not worn during
milk and meat were eaten together, the post-biblical
edid not exist Rural communities engaged in clitoral cir
on. Women were segregated physically for 14 days every
(following menstruation 40 days after the birth of a son
I days after the birth of a daughter.
|Israel Lubavitch will not serve them; some rabbis insist on
rof blood (ritual circumcision); others on ritual immersion;!
I
yet other consider Ethiopian Jews "complete" Jews. Out of sen-
sitivity to religious proclivities, the children are being educated in
Orthodox schools and being kept out of secular kibbutzim yet
countless of them opt for secular life-styles later in the absorption
process.
What normsare to be retained and encouraged and who is to
decide? Israel's national goals demand that everyone learn
Hebrew learn, in short, to be Israeli citizens. Cultural an-
thropologists ask that cultural differences be maintained, much as
American Jews ask for the metaphor of the cultural mosaic in
America rather than a "WASPized" United States. Their pleas
and wisdom are not to be ignored.
The color issue is a delicate one. Western society's myths call
for "color blind" societies where education, housing and jobs are
involved. Yet given the volatile nature of Israel society, the need
for social scapegoats is no less than in any other. It is not at all
clear that this phenomenon can be totally avoided in Israel
although much of Israel society is color blind.
What is necessary for all involved in the process is to be sen-
sitive. But this sensitive must include realizing that abstract
statements pleading for cultural integrity and identity may have
unusually complicated outcomes when put to the test of reality
with the Ethiopian Jews.
There are now a number of agencies, government units and
Jewish Agency departments involved in the absorption process.
Voluntary associations of Ethiopian Jews have sprung up. An-
thropologists, and psychologists are busy observing and studying
these processes. A number of steps seem indicated now.
First, convene representatives of all the agencies self-help
groups, government units with ethnographers, social
psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, to
discuss loss, depression, cultural authenticity, sensitizing
methods for absorption personnel.
Second, engage the rabbinate in serious discussion as to
those practices of Ethiopian Jews which are halakhically accep-
table that can thus be legitimately maintained.
Third, develop materials for use by absorption personnel that
emphasize the value of cultural differences and capitalize on those
tiractices from the past which contribute to the uniqueness of the
ife-styles, behaviors, and beliefs that are not in bask contradic-
tion to Jewish beliefs and practices.
Emigration is a disruptive process for all humans. Loss is in-
evitable in the process and so is the mourning which results.
Americans should admire Israel's responsible behavior in absorb-
ing thousands, literally overnight, at a time of severe economic
dislocation.
Israelis in turn must be as sensitive as possible to the enormity
of the adjustment patterns the Ethiopian Jews will be called upon
to undergo. All who are involved in this process must ground their
visions in reality, lest unrealistic expectations keep us all from
seeing the grandeur of the effort and the imperative needed to
embrace modernity while keeping appropriate roots in the past.
The ease with which Ethiopian Jews could become a political
football for all the players in the Jewish game of aliyah is
/ frightening. Let's pray for the referees, the players, and most of
all, for the football.
The writer is the Alfred Gottschalk Profeuor of Jewish Com-
munal Studies and director of the School of Jewish Communal
Service at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
Children Announced
THE JCC ANNOUNCES A
VARIETY OF PROGRAMS for
children of kindergarten age
through fifth grade, taking place
after public school hours.
Headed by Cindy Grossman for
the past three years, the JCC
Dance Program includes classes in
Ballet, Jazz and new this year,
Tap Dancing. Boys are welcome.
Classes in Ceramics, Art, Com-
puters and Karate are also of-
fered. In addition, JCC has a
Children's Chorus and Children's
Theater Group both led by Hollie
Berger.
JCC also schedules all day ac-
tivities for Vacation Days, when
public schools are closed. The
Center also has an active After
School Program from Monday
through Friday from 2:30-6 p.m.
with transportation available and
a one to five day option.
New Shabbat
Manual Issued
A new edition of the Shabbat
Manual, just published by
Women's League for Conser-
vative Judaism, describes in non-
sexist terms the basics of Sabbath
observance in home and
synagogue. Stereotyped gender
roles, such as depicting the
mother as the one who cleans and
cooks in preparation for Shabbat,
have been eliminated.
Revisions in the manual reflect
the variations in today's families,
and how they affect the obser-
vance of Shabbat. In two-career
homes, the mother is not always
the organizer of Shabbat meals. In
single-parent homes, a mother
may be saying kiddush and a
father may be lighting candles.
The new edition resolves these
issues with non-sexist vocabulary.
The new manual is available
from Women's League for $3 plus
$1 for postage and handling, or
the entire set of six manuals may
be purchased for $15 plus postage
and handling. Order from
Women's League for Conser-
vative Judaism, 48 East 74 Street,
New York, New York, 10021.
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Page 12-A The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, September 18, 1985
Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400
SUNDAY SEPT. 15
Erev of Rosh Hashanah
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Nege*
Chapter: Rosh Hashanah at
Shelbourne Hotel. 426-1941.
MONDAY SEPT. 16
First Day Rosh Hashanah
TUESDAY SEPT. 17
Second Daj Rosh Hashanah
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 18
National Council of Jewish
Women, North Broward Sec-
tion: 1 p.m. Monthly Meeting.
Lauderdale Lakes City Hall.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Gilah
Chapter: Meeting. Esther Sandry
will review "The Fifth Son." by
Elie Wiesel. Broward Bank.
THURSDAY SEPT. 19
ARMDI-Col. David Marcns
Chapter: 11 a.m. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Sunrise Lakes Phase I
Playhouse. 8100 Sunrise Lakes
Radical Right Preaching
Hatred of Jews to Farmers
NEW YORK (JTA) "Interna-
tional Communist Jews" and the
owners of "false money systems"
are being blamed by rightwing ex-
tremists and pseudo-ministers
preaching the gospel of the radical
right for the crisis afflicting
farmers in the Midwest plains
states.
"You wonder why you're losing
your farms and your ranches and
businesses out there." an uniden-
tified preacher" tells farmers on
an ABC News "20/20" segment.
"Because your minister has lied to
you concerning a bunch of inter-
national Communist Jews that
have stripped your wealth and
your land."
According to correspondent
Geraldo Rivera, farm prot
have until recently carried no
particular ideological or political
labels." But. he declared, "a
group of pseudo-ministers
preaching the gospel of the radical
right have been attempting to*
parley this farmer fru nto
ased following for their
can*
ranscnpt of the "20 20" seg-
ment, The Seeds of Hate." was
made available to the Jewish
graphic Agency which
wn last month. Producer
Boh Lange.the segment is
-ibed as "a look at the grow-
ing movement in the farm Ml of
right wing armed militant farmers
ting the nig hank
The rightwing extremist groan
focused on by Rivera in the 2> I
documentary include the Aryan
Nations based in Idaho; the Posse
Comitatus of Wisconsin; the Con-
venant. the Sword, and the Arm
of the Lord in Arkansas, and
others. All are loosely connected.
though they share a common
racist ideology as preached by the
Identity Movement.
Fading A Scapegoat
Sam Van Pelt, a retired
Nebraska State judge involved in
the investigation of the violent
death of a fanner, said that the
continuing farm crisis had led
farmers to blaming
"scapegoating* "either the
bankers of the lawyers or the
Jews or some sort of international
conspiracy" for their plight.
Rivera interviewed Pastor Dave
Maroteck of the Idenity Move-
ment in Wisconsin on the
teachings and views espoused by
the sect. Maroteck, expressing
revisionist ideology, said of the
Holocaust: "Maybe it happened,
maybe it didn't And I'm not say
ing there were six nation Jews. I
don't believe it ever happened.
They didn't kill six million Jews,
no way Maybe a couple of em got
eliminated.
Continuing, he said, "And you
want what I Kite is that the
whatever. I don't really give a
good rip."
Also during the 20/20 program.
Rivera confirms the huge
stockpiling of weapons by the ex-
tremist rightwing groups in the
Midwest. An undercover infor-
mant is quoted in the transcript as
saying. "If they do decide to get
real violent, let me assure you
they've got you outgunned ."
Dr. N.
B'nai B'rith Women-Golda Meir
Chapter: Noon. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Sally Sherman and
her Musical Varieties will per-
form. Nob Hill Rec. Center.
Sunset Strip, Sunrise.
Independence Order of Odd
Fellows. Hatchee Lodge No. 71:
8 p.m. meeting. Odd Fellow Tem-
ple, 1451 N. Dixie Highway, Fort
Lauderdale. Call Al Greenhaus,
564-5184.
Masada Margate Chapter of
Hadassah-Florida: 12:30 p.m.
First meeting of 1985-86 year.
This meeting only held at First
Broward National Bank. Coconut
Creek Plaza.
SUNDAY SEPT. 22
B'nai B'rith Lauderdale Lakes
Lodge No. 2940: 9:30 a.m.
Membership breakfast meeting.
Speaker: Judge Paul Backman,
Broward County. Ray's Cafeteria.
Lauderdale Lakes Mall.
MONDAY SEPT. 23
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
10461 p.m. Meeting. City Hall.
4300 NW 36th St.. Lauderdale
Lakes. Nat Shriftman, speaker.
Rowland Schaefer, president and chairman of the lb.
Hialeah based nationwide Claire's Stores recentkl
miUwn to the Weizmann Institute of Science in /5fc
structum of the Rowland Schaefer Solar Research cZ
tured with Mr. Schaefer and holding a watercobr %
the Solar Complex is Lee MUlman, executive oW
Florida Region of the American Committe* for the Weia
stitute. A gala dinner-dance honoring Mr Sdut
celebrating the establishment of the new complex uiU ht
Hat the Fontainebleau Hilton Hotel.
May
the year
5746
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you with
health and
happiness.

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-------Temple Beth Am Announces 250 Members----
Temple Beth Am, Margate, an-
nounced 250 new members have
joined the congregation since the
High Holy Days last year. It is one
of the most rapid and phenomenal
growth rates of any congregation
in Nofth America. The temple has
been receiving new members of all
age categories from Senior
Citizens down to Young Singles,
with a large increase in the
number of young families who are
joining the congregation and
enrolling their children in the Rab-
bi Solomon Geld Religious School.
Rabbi Paul Plotkin. spiritual
leader, said, "It is astonishing to
imagine that the 1500 seating
capacity that we have for the High
Holidays has for months already
been totally filled and we have ar-
ranged for an auxiliary on-campus
service to be conducted by our
Rabbi Emeritus, Rabbi Solomon
Geld and the distinguished, well-
known Cantor, Rabbi Jerome
Klement.
"The opening of this second ser-
vice enables us to continue to be
able to accept the many families
who have requested membership
in our connreiration and still be
able to have them with us for the
High Holy Days. On the second
day of Rosh Haahanah there will
be a pulpit exchange and I will
share my Rosh Haahanah message
with those in the second service
and Rabbi Geld will deliver his ser-
mon to the sanctuary service."
The religious school is also
growing at an unprecedented rate
and has been adding additional
classes to meet the need. They are
still accepting registrations for
Hebrew School and membership
in the congregation.
Bar/Bat Mitzvai
Southeastern Florida Holocaust
Memorial Center Announces Programs
The Southeastern Florida
Holocaust Memorial Center
has announced that enroll-
ment is now being accepted
for the Sixth Annual
Volunteer Interviewer
Training Course and
Holocaust Lecture Series.
The Lecture Series covers the
events of the entire Holocaust
period from antecedents to
modern day implications. Lec-
tures include subjects such as the
Nazi invasion, ghettoization.
resistance, the concentration
camps and liberation.
These materials are dealt with
through the eyes of historians,
educators, pyschologists, and
most importantly, through the
words of the eyewitness
themselves the Survivors.
Liberators and Protectors.
The Holocaust Lecture Series
concludes with specialized train-
ing for those volunteers who wish
to become certified as Inter-
viewers for the Center.
The cource is accredited by local
universities and the Department
of Professional Regulations. 1 he
Holocaust lectures will run
through December with Inter-
viewers' training in January and
February and will meet each
Wednesday from 1 to 4 p.m. on
the Bay Vista Campus of Florida
International University.
Anyone interested in register-
ing should call the Center office at
940-5690.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
The B'nai Mitxvah of Marc
Roberts, son of Faline and
Michael Roberts, and Scott Late,
son of Terry and Edward Lato,
will be celebrated at the Saturday
Sept. 14 service at Temple Beth
Orr, Coral Springs.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Justin Mardenfeld. son of Mrs.
Stephen Weisenfeld and Jay
Mardenfeld of Coral Springs, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning Sept. 14, 9 a.m. service
at Temple Beth Am, Margate.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bat Mitzvah of Heidi
Siegel. daughter of Shelley and
Roy Siegel, was celebrated at the
Friday night Sept. 6 service at
Temple Beth Torah, Tamarac.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvahs of Casey
Gordoa, daughter of Rons Gor-
Plant,
don. Mindv 2**
Toby and ***
MeU.80 fNi '
etz and Abbj
2*"*^ of Linda
Trupkin, were all
Temple Kol Ami
weekend of Aug.jn"
Keith Sayewitx, son A
and Alan Savewiu^J
Cohen, daughter of;
Richard Cohen, celebn
B'nai Mitzvah on Fndi,
Kol Ami.
On Saturday Sept 7
Mitzvah of I>m~wi<| Mm'
Jill and lerome Mi
celebrated.
Jassie Michel*
daughter of Francineu,!
Fisher of Dav*, .
Staart Gerchick. son
Cerchick and the late 1
chick of Sunrise, wfl
their B'nai Mitzvah on
Sept. 14, at 10:30 a.m.
Pictured are just a portion of the parent* and fcjT* ?rTT ** *** Hebrew Day School of
youngsters who attended the BacJctoSchool' Lauderdale.
Hebrew Day School 'Back-to-School' Picnic
The Hebrew Day School of Fort
Lauderdale held its annual "Back-
to-school" picnic on Sunday, Aug.
25. The entire staff and parent
body of the Day School was in
vitcd to attend the hot dog and
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jeWish Federation and Community Leaders
jlourn the Passing of Rabbi Morris Skop
Lf the original
0f the board of
of the Jewish
on of Greater Fort
(1968-1970),
[gorris A. Skop of
Beach, recently
livay.
1 Skop who played ^e
^t role in the suc-
(organizati'-n and struc-
i the Federation/United
Letl campaign in the
fgttch community, was
bU] in the formation of
Federation and their
n agencies.
to Ludwik Brodski,
Qiident of the Jewish
V "It is a sad time for
fccommunity. Rabbi Skop
"rlymissed. His tireless
U member of the board
Jiehieve the solid founda-
IFederation is today. He
ied his responsibility at-
ry committee meeting,
to bring about a
j among the Pompano
nunity which resulted
ling gifts to the
remembering Rabbi Skop said,
"Here was a man with a special
kind of sensitivity that reached
out and touched so many. He gave
effortlessly of his services to the
hundreds of patients and their
families in his role as chaplain of
Holy Cross Hospital. His passing
will be sorely missed. We offer our
condolences to his widow
Rachel."
Rabbi Morris Skop
The founder and spiritual leader
of B'nai Moshe in Pompano
Beach, Rabbi Skop always had
time to serve his fellow man.
Alfred Golden, chairman, Federa-
tion Chaplaincy Commission, in
Rosh Hashanah Quiz
the Hebrew term
jibes the full High Holy
; is the proper term to
I mother?
JBtheHallel not recited
Puhanah'
tspecial prayer is recited
the apple into the
i other foods are par-
the evening of Rosh

tare the names by which
i (The beginning of
lire known''
many blasts of the
e Bunded'
i the name of the sym-
ny of the casting
, on the afternoon of
[Day of Rosh Hashanah?
I are the three factors
[ the High Holy Day
1 help remove the evil
I are our prayers couch-
Ipbrar
Aatwera
Vemei Teshuva" -
The Ten Days of Penitence.
2- L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu-
May you be inscribed for a good
year in the Book of Life.
3- Since the Hallel consists of
Psalms of Joy, it is not proper to
rejoice when the Books of Life and
death are open and our fate is
unknown.
4- May it be Thy will 0 Lord to
renew unto u a good (happy) and
sweet year.
5- Tzimes (carrots); lekach
(honey cake) pomegranate and
chick peaa.
6- Yom ha-Zikkaron- Day of
Remembrance; Yom ha-Din-Day
of Judgment and Yom ha-Teruah-
the Day of the sounding of the
State.
7- Thirty-after the reading of
the Torah; thirty-during the
Musaph; thirty-at the end of the
Musaph and ten-before the Alenu;
a total of one hundred.
8-Taahlkh.
9-Teshuvah-Penitence;
Tefillah-Prayer; Tredakah-
Charity.
10- We pray not as an individual
but aa members of a great
religious brotherhood, for all Jews
are united in fellowship.
ewish Family Service Offers
Hic*re Information Service
Information Service, a program of Jewish Family
nrowar.i ( ,)Unty, has a new telephone number -
ne volunteer staff provides guidance on questions con-
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Jt*1 at Part A and B Medicare hearings.
i*a u ,an8Wer Muestions concerning supplemental
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M^m cnarKe- Jewiah Family Servi.
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ALL DADE HOME CARE
Our warmest greetings to all our Friends
May the New Year bring peace
throughout the world
Officers and Staff of the
American Friends of
The Hebrew University
ouann irm*
* er
Rabbinical Association
Of Greater Miami
the Broward members of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami extend greetings and best wishes to the
entire community for a happy and healthy New Year.
Rabbi Raphael C. Adler
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon
Rabbi Mordecai L. Brill
Rabbi Donald 0. Crain
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin
Rabbi David W. Gordon
Rabbi Israel Halpern
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffa
Rabbi Howard Kaplan
Rabbi Carl Klein
Rabbi Joseph M. Langner
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Rabbi Richard J. Margolis
Rabbi Harold Richter
Rabbi Samuel A. Rothoerg
Rabbi Emanuel Scbenk
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Rabbi Elliot L. Skidded
Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd
Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
4200 Biscay ne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137
Rabbi Brett S. Goldstein
President
Telephone 576-4000
Rabbi Solomon Schif f
Executive Vice President
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HIGH HOLY DAY
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Greater Ft. Lauderdale
Jewish Federation
Cantor Nathan Corburn
3201 North 72nd Avenue
Hollywood, Florida
12:00 Noon
Conducted by:
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Cantor Irving Gold
Temple Beth Shalom of
Hollywood
L'Shana Tova Tikatayvu
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Friday, September 13.1985
Of GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Section B
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Broward'County Librarians finalize plans for the third annual
Jewish Book Review Series. From Uft (seated): Norma Kor-
nreiek, Lauderdale Lakes; Selam Algaze, West Regional; Ronni
Htlt*' / ^T?"0 BnTt Uy LUmtr* d (standing):
AbrahamJ. Gittelson, CAJE Director of North Broward; Har-
riet Buchbinder, West Regional; and Heather Abrahams, Coral
Springs.
CAJE, Broward Libraries
lewish Community Book Series
1 the third consecutive
the North Broward
tha of the Central
for Jewish Educa-
te Jewish Federa-
lof Greater Fort Lauder-
1 and the Broward Coun-
System will join
in sponsoring a
ity-wide Jewish
Review Series, "The
of Jewish Book**1-
month, from November
i April, a book of contem-
Jewish interest will be
at the West Regional,
. Coral Springs and
I Lakes branches of the
County system, and at
' library of Pompano
Fneser. chairman of the
on Education of the
Federation noted that,
|rary Jewish literature
the reader to analyze
portrayed in the book
We them to his own life.
the public to take advan-
thi exciting series, aa an
of adult Jewish education
immunity."
m hosts for each the
II be Rhoda and Arieh
** Evelyn and Jerry
coordinators. Helen
r*'C. Midrasha Ad
"M coordinate the
kfether with Selma
west Regional Library
1 to be reviewed during
l year include "Bir-
by Joseph Amid in
Morning Moon," by
' 'n December; "The
t of the Jews," by
*yman. in January- and
as
In March a special review will
center, not on a single book, but
rather on the works of the
renowned author, Elie Wise!,
entitled, "Witness for the Con-
scious of the World." The final
session in April will also be unique
for it will be entitled "From
Russia Without Love Personal
Experiences," and will feature
reports by those members of the
community who recently visited
the Soviet Union, and a display of
books dealing with the Jewish of
Russia.
Reviews will be held on the se-
cond Tuesday of the month at
West Regional; on the second
Wednesday at Lauderdale Lakes;
the third Tuesday at Tamarac; the
third Wednesday at Coral Spr-
ings; and the third Tuesday at
Pompano Beach.
Those involved in planning the
series include in addition to Selma
Algase and Helen Weisberg,
Heather Abrahams of the Coral
Springs branch; Norma Kornreich
of Lauderdale Lakes; Harriet
Buchbinder of West Regional;
Connie Grossfeld of Pompano
Beach; and Abe Gittelson of
CAJE.
During the first two years, the
series has proven so popular that
standing room only was the order
of the day for many of the
reviews. Total attendance for the
aeries in 1984-85 topped 2,500 at
all of the various branches.
Reviewers include outstanding
community leaders, rabbis,
educators and lecturers. Follow-
ing each presentation, the au-
dience has the opportunity to pose
questions and answers, and the
discussion often lasts far beyond
the alloted time.
All the reviews st the five
libraries will be available to the
entire community without cost.
The Central Agency for Jewish
Education is a major beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, and
receives funds from the annual
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The funds raised by the cam-
paign are used to provide social
welfare and humanitarian pro-
grams in Greater Fort Lauder-
dale, in Israel, and in more than
SO lands around the world.
f;mmerulpn (Hebrew
^Rothberg School for
vT7lt"of "* Hebrew
Jerusalem. with an
Ifrrl .l0* Wor|d. including
i '"imigranta.
[fc the countries from
U*>; Wh Africa, West
>*eden. Finland, Den-
mark, Britain, Luxembourg.
France, Spain. Italy, M"?00-
Venesuela, Peru, Colombia,
Brazil. Argentina. Uruguay.
Australia. India. South Koreaand
Japan.
The ulpan will continue until
Sept 27 and includes intensive
daily instruction in Hebrew
laruruage. at six different levels of
proficiency, as well as field trips
to significant sites in the country
and informal educational and
social programs.
JERUSALEM The economic crisis seems to have its effect
as less Israelis are going abroad. Some 42.000 Israelis left Israel
in May, a drop of 22 percent compared to the same period last
year. This drop was recorded even before the doubling of the
travel tax to $300, at the end of May.
TEL AVIV Striking workers at the bankrupt Ata textile
complex expressed cautious optimism that renewed negotiations
between the government and American industrialist Jack Nasser
for his purchase of the company will finally come to fruition.
JERUSALEM The president of the Mormon Brigham Young
University, Prof. Jeffrey Holland, in a written pledge handed to
Mayor Teddy Kollek. promised there would be no missionary ac-
tivity in the educational center it is constructing next to the
Hebrew University on Mt. Scopus.
JERUSALEM The Knesset Security and Foreign Affairs
Committee unanimously condemned the apartheid policy practic-
ed by the government of South Africa and voiced concern about
recent developments there of mass arrests, violence and killings.
TEL AVIV Pan American airlines has applied to the Israel
Civil Aviation Authority for permission to fly three weekly flights
from New York to Ben Gurion Airport via Paris. Pan Am has had
sales offices in Israel for many years, but has never flown regular-
ly scheduled flights there.
TEL AVTV Thousands of Israel school teachers have
registered to teach in New York public schools for a year or two.
They were answering an advertiament in Israeli newspapers, ask-
ing those interested with at least a bachelors degree, to come and
be interviewed by Richard Wollin, principal of the Taft public
school in the Bronx.
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Page 2-B The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, September 18, 1985
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TEMPLE SHOLOM of Pompano Beach, and the North Ridge
Hospital of Fort Lauderdale, have cooperated in establishing a
chapel in the hospital to serve both Jewish and Christian patients.
Pictured with the brass and Incite Star of David, recently placed
in the chapel, are (right) Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Linkow. donators of
the Star, and Lillian Shore (left), chairman of Temple Sholom s
Judaica Shop.
JORDAN MARSH
WISHES YOU A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH PEACE
AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be
filled with many shining moments.
Including the warmth of new friendships
and the Joy of old ties with those you
love and surmounting them all.
the happiness of dreams come true.
Briefly;
Brandeis University NWC to
Hold Used Book Sale
Two different chapters of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee will be
holding used book sales in the up-
coming months.
The Fort Lauderdale/Pompano
Beach Chapter will be having its
annual used book sale from Oct.
30 through Nov. 2 at the Coral
Ridge Mall. Books will be able to
be purchased during the hours of
10 a.m.-9 p.m. On sale will be
assorted paperbacks, records,
maeazines. etc. For information
call 971-0125.
The West Broward Chapter of
Brandeis will hold its book sale
sometime in the near future. The
chapter is currently accepting any
donations of unwanted books or
records. All proceeds will benefit
the Brandeis University Library
Special Scholarship Fund. Old
books will also be recycled and
made into new ones and will
benefit the Library. Donations are
tax deductible. For pick-up infor-
mation contact 971-5565 or
473-5179.
prdan
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jalth/Medical Newswire
l^omen and Osteoporosis
teller professes to see the future. People who want to
twill happen to them in a month, or in years, often seek
t tellers.
le believe they can profit from knowing the future, or
' wmething bad from happening. For many women the
"P ^eatened with osteoporosis, a disease that weakens
{"L hacks and causes weight losa. Action now might help
JJ osteoporosis before it begins.
medical researchers know osteoporosis is associated
rium deficiencies and that it's never too early or too late
the body's bones. But, unfortunately, they saw this
to warn the more than 15 million Americans, most are
over age 65, now suffering from osteoporosis.
the time for men as well as women, adolescents and
to protect their bones by making sure they consume
alcium. Ninety-nine percent of total body calcium is
! skeletal tissue. Therefore, osteoporosis experts
recommend a daily calcium intake of 800 to 1,000
L before menopause, and 1,200 to 1,400 milligrams per
r menopause, to maintain a positive calcium balance.
,rosis is the wasting, or deterioration, of bone.
m of old bone tissue and the manufacture of new
ment material occurs in about 20 percent of the body each
ihen osteoporosis is present, breakdown occurs faster than
ment and bones become soft and weak.
n are more prone to osteoporosis because their bone
e is generally smaller and less dense than of men, making
more susceptible to bone deterioration. Pregnant and nur-
omen also need to consume enough calcium to meet their
well as the needs of their babies.
agnail builds gradually and without symptoms. Often it
i25 to 30 years In-fore it appears. Researchers say that 25
I calcium deficient diet can consume at least one-third of
'iskeleton. Symptoms of osteoporosis usually occur first
ertel irae Income compressed and backaches per-
omes shorter and shoulders become
Friday, September 13, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3-B
r5jxth of men who break a hip due to osteoporosis
Jiin three months. One-third die within a year. While mor-
fis larger. ted with the lack of activity, depression,
onia. post operative complications and other illnesses
In on by disability, lack of calcium is a factor. The aged
f take in less than 60 percent of the recommended dietary
i of calcium for their age group.
billion dollars is spent annually on the treatment,
ilization and rehabilitation of those who have osteoporosis.
.through improved nutrition, today's women can look for
Ito healthier and stronger later years.
\col*mn is compiled as a community service by North Beach
miry Hospital. Ft. Lauderdale.
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New Year's Greetings
From Around the World
"On the threshold of the New Year 5746, I should like to eOBvej to
you my sincere good wishes from Jerusalem, our eternal capital
During the first year of the national u- ourselves four major goals, which we vowed to carry out responsibly,
patiently and faithfully.
We decided to bring home our fighting sons We declared war on
rampant inflation. We have undertaken to redouble our efforts to
revitalize the peace with Egypt And at the same time, we must seek
the open channels of peace with Jordan and Palestinian Arabs.
With the commencement of the new Jewish year, there goes forth
from here, from Zion. a fervent call to our brethern wherever they may
be to come and live here with us. to be partners in our great task; the
building of a state that strives to base its conduct not only on strength.
but also on justice.
The beginning of the Jewish year is an appropriate time to
remember our oppressed brethren in the Soviet I'nion. in Syria, and in
Iran and to vow that we will not rest until we succeed in freeing them
and restoring them to their historic homeland.
May the prayers of our forefathers be realized in our tune "
SHIMON PERES
Prime Minister of Israel
a year to be met with determination and intelligence and
with gratitude for what has been achieved in the 4 years since the
Naz: oh
md independence have been rv- ed in
a here ha\ ade
rganize
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faith and hope
:er car. that faith an.: I I than in I
v prayer beseeching nee ighl :' >r Zionism, and a light for all Jewry
A Happy New Year to you all."
CHAIM HERZOG
President of Israel
"Ai Jews worldwide prepare to celebrate Rosh Hashanah 5746. the
United Jewish Appeal theme "One People. One Destiny" takes on
special significance.
For. in this season, we meet on the common grounds faith and
values. Many urgent needs require our concerted action. We must carry
on our support of Ethiopian Jews in Israel helping them to become
self-sufficient, productive dtirens. We must extend our partnership
with all the people of Israel, especially in distressed neighborhoods
where current economic strains are creating hardships for many
families. We must work for the safety and freedom of all Jews in lands
of oppression. We must provide for the young and elderly, at home, in
Israel and elsewhere overseas and we must continue to strengthen
Jewish education and activity in our own communities so that Jewish
life and values will flourish and endure through succeeding generations.
May 5746 be a year of peace, freedom and fulfillment for all Jews.
work in common enterprise to secure a good life, a good future for
people."
ALEXANDER GRASS
I J A National chan
"With the ordeal of Lebanon behind it. Israel faces the New Year
with a greater sense of security, but with a deeper concern about its
domestic situation, especially its economic problems
In recent months, we have seen how the Israeli government austeri-
ty policy and its various wage and price controls have effected almost
every section of the population. More budgetary cuts, unemployment
and greater sacrifices lie ahead in the New Year Operation Economic
Independence which Prime Minister Shimon Peres initiated six months
ago. has focused on production for export and finding new markets for
Israel s industrial products, noteably high technology. This priority task
requires the active support of world Jewry m the areas of expertise and
large scale investment.
Israel Bonds are a major source of investment capital. They will
play a most important role in the coming vear U> help make it a year of
growth, stability and peace for Israel."
SAM ROTHBERG
International Chairman. State of Israel Beams
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niSHINGTON The Justice Department has requested the
nee "f 'he Wor,d JewiBn Congress in locating witnesses to
"hrutal activities of Nazi-backed Ukrainian militia during
Friday, September 13, 1986/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5-B
Judaica Captioned Films Offered
films in the field of Jewish studies.
War II The Department's Office of Special Investigation
he process of putting together evidence in this case for the
- investigating and prosecuting Nazi war criminals
lv residing illegally in the U.S.
MS ANGELES A recently completed arms deal with the
1 ? Republic of China has boosted Israel's international
^traiie to $1.2 billion per year, reportedly making it the
JJd's 10th i;,r^'st weaPns exporter.
PHILADELPHIA Former President Jimmy Carter describ-
L president Reagan's Bitburg military cemetery visit as "a hor-
de mistake that will not only bring embarrassment on him and
administration but on our country and all those who deplore
B the most sincere heartfelt way, the atrocities that were com-
[ittedby the SS troops under Hitler."
\r W YORK More Soviet Jews were permitted to emigrate
brad during April than in any month since July 1983, with 166
vine the National Conference on Soviet Jewry reported. The
I Modes over 100 Jews from Moscow, a city where there has
, little emigration movement in recent years.
I WASHINGTON The State Department reiterated that the
is, will not meet with a joint Jordanian-Palestinian delegation
jess such a meeting "clearly leads to our objective of direct
lOtttUons" between Israel, the Jordanians and the
ilestinians.
Jll
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use of the collection of
captioned/sub-titled videotapes
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organizations and schools serving
the hearing-impaired, including
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other students with special needs
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The Center, a non-profit,
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The films are made available on a
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charge only basis.
For applications or additional
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Recognizing that freshness is fleeting.
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After a coffee bean is
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coffee into a can as quickly as possible.
But. until now. freshly ground
coffee had to wait before it could be
vacuum packed. And as it waited,
time took its toll on precious freshness
and aroma.
MAXWELL HOUSE
BROKE THE TIME BARRIER.
Now Maxwell House has found an
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immediately after grinding.
It's called the Kresh Lock'"
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Jewish Federation/United Jewish Appeal Campaign '86
May you and your loved ones be inscribed for a year of peace
health and happiness in 5746...
EXECUTIVE STAFF
JOEL H. TELLES. Ex-
eeatie Director, respoa-
b*e far tk Mtuwtn-
tioa aad aperatsaa ef the
Jewish Ftitri-
tie* lasted Jewiah Ap-
peal, cwrtettw ef Pro-
ject
JANICE SALIT. Assis-
tut Executive Director.
Director of Fouadation
of Jewish Philan-
thropies. Builders and
Developers. CPA'i.
assist with Malar Gifts.
Ajreacy staffs aad board
BRUCE J. YIDEWm,
Caapaifn Direct.?
fpiblefort(sBtr:
*"" of toe Peacn.
ti/Uhd Jewifcl!
pad easapairn aad sZ
Mif Staff, prtjetl
Rewewal. Major Gifts.
CAMPAIGN DEPARTMENT
KEN IIST.
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8358 W. Oakland
Park Boulevard
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Florida 33321
Broward 748-8400
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isle for weed-
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Best Wishes
For a Healthy
and Happy New Year
From
Congressman Clay and Emilia Shaw


pERLY AND
NUTRITION
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CAMPAIGN SECRETARIAL STAFF
Iedlam.
r of Elderly
ji, rwpn"''
r elderly ter-
fc,, Kosher
Iriiion pro-
[. 'The
[Place"
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KRAUSS. Pro-
jrrmm Director,
"The Gathering
Place." reepoaai-
ble for eaperViaioa
of Federation*!
elderly day car*
profraai.
Office Staff, left to right (seated): Betsey Cooper, campaign Judy {W<* Davidountz, Women's division; Lillian Schwartz, Gait
J A IMP V Wolfson, receptionist; Adrienne Branson, campaign and'fstan- bateUtte ff*e- Not pictured: Rhoda Fein and Bea Borysyewski,
LilJ^Vy I | ding): Ruth Geller, communications; Sylvia Cohen campaign- camPaton, and L^ Butnick, Deerfield Beach Satellite office.
CENTRAL AGENCY
FOR JEWISH EDUCATION
BOOKKEEPING
STAFF
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SCHWARTZ.
|i r e c tor of
aplaiacy Com-
retponii-
for UJA Sab-
laterfaith.
with North
Board of
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GITTELSON.
Director of Edaea-
tioa. Aaaiataat
Director of Centra]
Ameey for Jewiah
Edaration
HapnT
SHARON
HOROWITZ. Ad-
miaiatrator of
Jadaica High
School, oversee*
earriealaai and
profraauaiag.
HELEN
WEISBERG. Ad-
ministrator of
North Broward
Midraaaa la-
atitate. responsi-
ble for sdnlt
prograaiming.
CAJE Office Staff: Nettie Ber-
man (seated) and Phyllis
Ravitch.
Bookkeeping Department Staff:
Lorraine Hochman (seated)
and Florence Siegel. Not pic-
tured: Martha Dorn and Helen
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Happy
5746
From The
Airline That
Began In
5688
Rin Am. You Can't Beat The Experience:


Friday. September 13, 1985/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 9-B
Diabetic Eating Tips
for Rosh Hashanah
inSan Jewrvone They put us
Lth our cultural identity
Vnd u, of "ur heritage.
w| menus for Rosh
* are heavy in starch, fat
H and can be a problem
(( with diabetes. The
recipes have been
[for diabetics:
TZIMMES
ots, peeled and cut in
eet potato, peeled and
._.es, cut in halves *
imitation Maple Syrup
towcal.)
Imaiyarine
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1 Tbgp. cornstarch mixed with 2
Tbsps. water
Bring carrots, sweet potatoes,
the water and salt to a boil in a
large saucepan over medium heat.
Cover and cook 10-15 minutes un-
til vegetables are almost tender.
Add prunes, imitation maple
syrup, margarine and lemon juice.
Cover and cook 5-10 minutes more
until vegetables are tender. Stir in
cornstarch mixture and cook
about 3 minutes until thickened.
Makes about 8tt cup servings.
Each Vi cup equals: Vt vegetable
exchange, Vi bread exchange, Vi
fruit exchange.
JUST LIKE
GEFILTE FISH
1 tall can pink meat salmon
ael Bond '86 Campaign
than 300 Jewish
ifrom 60 major com-
les in the Pnited
jand i [.lanned
am <>f action to help
in its efforts to over-
lits current economic
lat the 1985 National
ship Conference of
ds held Sept. 5-8
opolitan Detroit.
I Finance Minister Yitzhak
I the principal conference
', reported on the progress
i made to summount its
difficulties since July,
Government's program
rity measures was put into
addressing the Bond
i were itor^Carl
|of Michigan and nflfel's
dor to the I'nited States,
enne.
(than 1,10(1 synagogues in
1 States anil Canada will
[in the 5746/1988 Israel
Holy Day Appeals to
flize funds t.. assist Israel
Tiinjf its economic crisis.
ement of this year's
maili- by Rabbis
Levovitz nf Lakewood,
yer Abrarnowitz of Miami
a., and Stanley Davids,
r. Mass.. Co-Chairmen
Organization's Ran-
ting the announcement,
"We ha\ chosen the
If not now. when?' from
"el to dramatize the
of providing loans for
'economic development in
"r of economic crisis."
1 Bond dolbir> help provide
to, e-i^cially in the
WMENT HOMES
(U repair). Also
wnt tax property.
J-805^87-6OOO Eat.
for information.
UUD
JWARD
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development towns, as well as
research and development funds
for the nation's high technology
industries.
2 carrots cut in rounds
3 Tbsps. matzo meal
2 eggs separated
1 sliced onion
"U cup water
1 grated onion
1 grated carrot
2 Tbsps. margarine
salt and pepper
Drain salmon, bone and skin.
Add matzo meal' grated onion and
carrot. Add beaten egg yolks and
1 T. cold water. Season to taste.
Beat egg whites until stiff and
fold into mixture. Make patties.
Put sliced onion and carrot
rounds, water, margarine and
seasonings in covered pot to boil.
Add patties. Cover and cook slow-
ly for 20 minutes. Makes about 10
small patties.
Note: The carrot rounds and
onion slices are not eaten and not
counted.
Each pattie equals: 1 meat ex-
change, 1/5 bread exchange. V fat
exchange, 1/5 vegetable
exchange.
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Paging
whefe shopping is a pleasure 7 days a week
PubNx BakerlM open at 8 00 A.M.
i at PiaWlx Store* with
Danish Bakeries Only.
Plain (Challah)
Egg Brad
$109
M
Raisins...............$1.39)
Available at PSbHx Stores
Fresh Danish Bakeries Only.
For ths Jewish Holidays, Plain
Honey Cake
$199
aach
(with Nuts............... $2.29)
at PubMx Storaa with
Danlah Bakeries Only.
Wed with sn Abundance
>coleteChk>
ate Chip
Cookies
_FREE!
(Whan you buy onedoz. tor $1.92)
Available at AN PuMx Stores
and Danish Bakeries.
Zucchini Muffins...........K'M39
Cinnamon **..*
Raisin Rolls...................& $1
Old Fashioned
Banana Nut Loaf........... o.t 99*
Prices Effective
Sept. 12th thru 18th, 1985
Availabla at PubNx Storaa with Fraah
Dartiah Bakariaa Only.
For tha Chocolata Lovar
Brownies......................6 tor $1
Many Danish Bakariaa hava a foi aha of Jawlah
Itams available. Chooss from a selection which
includes, Sponge Cake, Rainbow Bar Cake,
Almond Tarts, Coconut Macaroons, Tegiach,
Bowtles and many other items.
Happy
Rosh
Hashanah


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Rosh Hashanah Recipes
HALLAH
"Eat thy bread with joy"
(Ecclesiastes 9:7)
1 cake or package yeast
2 Tsps. sugar
1V cups lukewarm water
AV* cups sifted flour
2 Tsps. salt
2eggs
2 Tbsps. salad oil
1 egg yolk
4 Tups, poppy seeds (optional)
Combine the yeast, sugar and V
cup of the water and let the mix-
ture stand for 5 minutes. Sift the
flour and salt into a bowl, make a
well in the center, and drop the
eggs, oil, remaining cup of water
and yeast mixture into it. Work
into the flour. Knead the dough on
a floured board until smooth and
elastic. Place in a bowl and brush
the top with oil. Cover with a
towel and set in a warm place to
rise for about an hour. Punch the
dough down, cover again, and let
it rise until double in bulk.
Divide the dough in half. Then
divide each half into three equal
parts. Roll these into three strips
of equal length between lightly
floured hands, and braid the strips
together. Taper the ends and
press the edges together. Place
the 2 loaves in greased baking -
pans, cover with a towel and let
them rise until double in bulk.
Brush the loaves with the egg
yolk. and. if desired, sprinkle
them with poppy seeds. Bake in a
375 degree oven for about 45
minutes or until done.
APPLE SPICED BRISKET
5 pound beef brisket (first cut) flat
half, boneless
1 Tsp. salt
1/3 cup honev
Barry
University
Judaica
Studies
1 Tsp. ground cinnamon
1 Tsp. nutmeg
2Vt cups apple juice
2 Tbsps. raisins
1 small apple, coarsely chopped
Line a 2-inch deep pan with
heavy duty aluminum foil, leaving
a lto-inch collar around edges.
Prick brisket with a fork on both
sides: sprinkle with salt. Place
brisket in pan. Cook, uncovered,
in 450 degree over 50 minutes.
Remove grease from pan. Com-
bine honey, cinnamon, ginger and
nutmeg; stir in apple juke; pour
over roast. Cover with a length of
foil the size of pan and collar. Fold
cover and collar together, seating
tightly. Reduce oven temperature
to 350 degrees. Cook lMi to 2
hours, or until tender. Place
brisket on warm platter. Pour li-
quid into saucepan: add apple and
raisins. Bring mixture to a boil;
reduce heat; simmer 3 minutes.
Slice brisket thin against grain
To serve, spoon sauce over brisket
slices. Makes 8 to 10 servings.
FESTIVE POTATO
TZIMMES
1 /3 cup honey
2 Tbsps. orange or lemon juice
'i Tsp. monosodium glutamate
Vt Tsp. ground nutmeg
, Tsp. salt
2 medium potatoes, pared and cut
into eighths
2 medium sweet potatoes, pared
and cut into eighths
3 large carrots, pared and cut into
1-inch pieces
1 pkg. (12 01.) pitted prunes
Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
Place large sixe (14x20-inch) Oven
Cooking Bag in 12x8x2-inch bak-
ing dish. Combine honey, orange
juice, monosodium glutamate,
nutmeg and salt in bag; turn gent-
ly to coat with honey mixture.
Close bag with nylon tie; make 6
half-inch slits in top. Cook 1%
hoars or until vegetables are
tender. Makes: 6 servings.
Microwave Ovea:
Follow directions above except
micro-cook on high power setting,
30 to 35 minutes, turning dish
periodically.
HONEY CAKE
4eggs
1-1/3 cups sugar
1 lb. honey
3/8 cup oil
3-1/3 cups flour
1-1/3 Tsps. baking powder
1 Tsp. baking soda
1 cup coffee (strong)
3 Tsps. lemon juice
2 Tsps. brandy
1 cup chopped nuts
1 cup raisins
Preheat oven to 360 degrees.
Mix the eggs and sugar, add the
honey, and mix well. Add the oil
and blend it well. Sift together the
flour, baking powder and baking
soda two times, and add this mix-
ture to the egg mixture alternate-
ly with the cool coffee. Mix the
fitter well and add th.
of chopped nuts wd J*
and pour the batter
ungreased 10-inch V
Spnnkie^cupofnu^
Bake the cake at 350 A
hour, or until done fn,
mediately to cool and"?
out gently with a jp,^0
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The M.A. program in Jewish
studies at Barry University, is
pleased to announce the following
fall schedule (Sept. 4-Dec. 12):
American Jewish (orauaanitv
(RJS 612) will focus on the
religious movements, secular
trends, and social organization
which combine to create the
modern Jewish community in
America.
Hebrew Studies I (RJS 401) is
an introduction to Hebrew as a
written language. The class will
practice understanding and using
the written language. Progressive
grammatic explanations,
vocabulary, and syntax will be
emphasized.
Jewish Ethics (RJS 634) will
examine the principles of Jewish
ethics and their applications to
such pragmatic issues as parent-
child relationships, marriage,
divorce, aboration and tzedaka.
Biblical Jndaisaa (RJS 601) will
analyze significant aspects of the
religious views expressed in the
Hebrew Bible such as creation,
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Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale
8358 W Oakland ParV Boulevard
Ft. Laudardala, FL 33321
(306) 74844001 Miami 9454731
Mailing Addraaa
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac, FL 333204610
August 28,1985
Lg Friends:
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bread eggs and frozen meats. Or increasing wage cuts and freezes, unemploy-
t and 'mandatory government dismissals.
ye costs are soaring, the shekel is diminishing. And the new, tough economic
-m entails major government cuts in health, education and social programs.
has serious consequences for hundreds of thousands of Jews in Israel.
d we can help. Our Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale/United
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Diabetic Eating Tips
for Rosh Hashanah
ion. and holidays are im-
f, rv, me They put us
V-ith our cultural identity
fy u, ,.f our heritage.
Ll menus for Rosh
j, are heavy in starch fat
-y and can be a problem
Ag with diabetes. The
r recipes have been
] for diabetics:
TZIMMES
larrots, peeled and cut in
|weet potato, peeled and
Junks
ter
[salt
j prunes, cut in halves <
. Imitation Maple Syrup
flow cal.)
I margarine
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
1 Tbsp. cornstarch mixed with 2
Tbsps. water
Bring carrots, sweet potatoes,
the water and salt to a boil in a
large saucepan over medium heat.
Cover and cook 10-15 minutes un-
til vegetables are almost tender.
Add prunes, imitation maple
syrup, margarine and lemon juice.
Cover and cook 5-10 minutes more
until vegetables are tender. Stir in
cornstarch mixture and cook
about 3 minutes until thickened.
Makes about 8t cup servings.
Each *h cup equals: Vt vegetable
exchange, Vi bread exchange, lk
fruit exchange.
JUST LIKE
GEFILTE FISH
1 tall can pink meat salmon
ael Bond '86 Campaign
\e than 300 Jewish
jfrom 60 major corn-
ties in the United
land Canada planned
am of action to help
[in its efforts to over-
j its current economic
at the 1985 National
^rship Conference of
I Bonds held Sept. 5-8
opolitan Detroit.
il Finance Minister Yitzhak
the principal conference
tt, reported on the progress
I has made to summount its
ic difficulties since July,
[the Government's program
sity measures was put into
addressing the Bond
were I'.S. Senator Carl
of Michigan MB ftrael's
dor to the I 'nited States,
enne.
(than I.Kki suiagogues in
i States and Canada will
I in the 5746/1988 Israel
[High Holy Day Appeals to
bilize funds to assist Israel
sing its economic crisis.
*ment of this year's
was made by Rabbis
Levovitz of Lakewood,
payer Abramowitz of Miami
. Fla., and Stanley Davids,
Kr, Mass. Co-Chairmen
(Bond Organization's Rab-
ICabinet.
laiking the announcement,
|aid: "We have chosen the
i'If not now, when?' from
1 Hillel to dramatize the
of providing loans for
[[economic development in
' of economic crisis."
i Bond dollars help provide
T Israelis, especially in the
development towns, as well as
research and development funds
for the nation's high technology
industries.
2 carrots cut in rounds
3 Tbsps. matzo meal
2 eggs separated
1 sliced onion
% cup water
1 grated onion
1 grated carrot
2 Tbsps. margarine
salt and pepper
Drain salmon, bone and skin.
Add matzo meal' grated onion and
carrot. Add beaten egg yolks and
1 T. cold water. Season to taste.
Beat egg whites until stiff and
fold into mixture. Make patties.
Put sliced onion and carrot
rounds, water, margarine and
seasonings in covered pot to boil.
Add patties. Cover and cook slow-
ly for 20 minutes. Makes about 10
small patties.
Note: The carrot rounds and
onion slices are not eaten and not
counted.
Each pattie equals: 1 meat ex-
change, 1/5 bread exchange, % fat
exchange, 1/5 vegetable
exchange.
STATE OF
ISRAEL BONDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Invest in
Israel Securities

WERE SPECIALISTS IN
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TRANSACTIONS DAILY VIA TELEX
TO ISRAEL STOCK EXCHANGE
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18 East 48th Street
New York. NY 10017
Securities (212)7591310
Corporation TollFree(800)221 4838
RNMENT HOMES
1 IU repair). Also
"It tax property.
JJJ05-687-6OOO Ext.
for information.
OWARD
iPER 4
Paging
^ward
Paging
whefe shopping is a pleasure 7 days a week
PubMx Bakeries open at 8:00 A.M.
at PuaMx Storaa with
eh Danish Bakeries Only.
Plato (ChaHah)
W I
EggB
$109
loaf
(with Raisins ....
$1.39) I I (with
Frasti Danish Bakeries Only.
For tht Jwlih HoHdaye, Plain
Homy Cake
$199
aach
Nuta...................S2.2>
Available at PubMx Storaa with
Fresh Panlah Jafcariaa Only.
Filled with en Abundance
of Chocolata Chtoa
Chocolate Chip
Cookies
FREE!
dozen
(When you buy one dox. for $1.92)
Available at AH Pubix Stores
and Danish Bakariaa.
Zucchini Muffins...........ttM
Cinnamon ^
Raisin Roils...................1*9 149
OldFaahJonad ^^
Banana Nut Loaf........... *\ 99*
Prices Effective
Sept. 12th thru 18th ,1985
Available at PubHx Storaa with Fraah
Danish Bakeries Only.
For the Chocolata Lovar
Brownies......................6 tor $1
Many Danish Bakariaa have a fui tne of Jewish
Itema avaiiabie. Choose from a selection which
includes, Sponge Cake, Rainbow Bar Cake,
Almond Tarts, Coconut Macaroons, Teglach,
Bowtfes and many other llama.
Happy
Rosfi


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