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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish FL0RID1AN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, July 13, 1984
Price 35 Cents
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[include the
Leadership
Conference in Jerusalem,
September 16 and 16.
"This is a special eight-day
Mission for special leaders in our
community and our nation,"
stated Sherr.
Ft. Lauderdale Mission parti-
cipants will have the opportunity
to meet with top UJ A leadership
and key Israeli leaders horn
economic, political, social and
military backgrounds.
The Mission's itinerary will
include such highlights as a visit
and dinner at a Project Renewal
neighborhood, a panel with
Jewish Agency Department
Heads (immigration, agriculture.
Youth Aliyah), a visit to Jewish
Agency Programs, Absorption
Centers, Youth Aliyah and
Ethiopian Absorption Centers, a
stay in Eilat, a visit to a military
air base and many other
activities.
For further information on this
exciting mission call the Federa-
tion office at 748-8400.
Brian Sherr
Alan Levy
;ar Saba dedicates new senior citizens center
rehabilitation area and will be
QOLD providing essential social
Proiaet services for hundreds of people.
this Mayor Yitzhak Wald and
Israel, Project Director Shlomo Yafe
cpected provided a moat touching
I was dedication ceremony. Elderly
Cluster Yemenite women danced, a choir
, South of "Golden Agers" sang and, of
>r Rabbi course, our wonderful youngsters
Orlando performed in the Kfar Saba
orchestra. After the ribbon
cutting, an "open house" with
fruit, wine and home-baked
goodies was held indoors for the
entire community. It was one of
the most orderly groups I have
ever witnessed. Later, one of
their rabbis, a charming white
haired, bearded gentleman with a
twinkle in his blue eyes, installed
the Mezzuzeh to the doorpost.
Your contributions have made
this possible. I thank you in their
behalf.
Rabbi Yitzhak Wald cuts the ribbon while (left to right) Alvera
Ackerberg Gold, James Boer, Cluster Chairman and Rabbi Bruce
Warshal, South County Executive Director (far right! look on.
senior
iborhood
in the
Kfar Saba Orchestra wait to perform at the
dedication ceremony.
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Gerald Kraft, the head of the
world's largest Jewish service
organization said, "No one can
fail to understand Farrakhan's
message or its potential con-
sequences for this country. That
message and the parson
delivering it deserve the fullest
and most unequivocal condem-
nation by all people in American
public life, and indeed all who
claim to be concerned about
human rights."
Concluded the B'nai B'rith
leader: "There la no room for
neutrality on this issue."
Iress outrage at Farrakhan remarks
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attack on
religion"
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people have
freedom of speech to say what
they want about whom they
want. Don't keep putting me in
the middle of thie."
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Louis Farrakhan
Representative of
American Jewish organizatione
called on Jackson to
unequivocally repudiate
Farrakhan. Similar calls of action
were issued to Jackson when
Farrakhan had called Hitler a
"great man" and after the
Muslim leader had warned
American Jews from interfering
in Jackson's quest for the
Democratic nomination.
In a subsequent interview,
Jackson was quoted as saying
that Farrakhan's remarks were
"reprehensible and morally inde-
fensible."
Inflation keeps
going up
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Runaway inflation broke into
a gallop in May whan the
cost-of-living index soared
by 14.3 percent, a higher rate
than even the moat pessi-
mistic forecasters had
projected.
The government had
expected a msiknum rise of
12 percent and made
strenuous efforts during the
past few weeks to keep a lid
on prices but to no avail.
Had the consumer index
gone up lean than 12 percent,
cost-of-living increments for
May would have amounted
to 4.6 percent. Given the
sharp rise, wage-earners will
receive a 14.1 percent pay
hike with their June salaries.
The CPI rose by 300
percent during the last 12
months. The annual inflation
rate for 1984 is now projected
at about 400 percent.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. July 13. 1964
Jewish educators participate in special seminar
Sixteen teachers of the Jewish
synagogue and day schools of
South Florida are participating in
a special seminar on "Jerusalem
and the Land of Israel"
conducted at the Yad Ben-Zvi
Institute from June 21 through
July 3. Abraham J. Gittelson.
Director of Education of CAJE
for the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
announced. Six of the teachers
participating are from the Jewish
schools of North Broward.
The program, designed to
provide the teachers with an
indepth knowledge of the history,
geography. archaeology,
demography. society and
political life in Israel, is
sponsored by the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization and
coordinated locally by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
The program includes over 80
hour* of lectures and study tours
of the areas surrounding Jeru-
salem with professors drawn
from the faculty of the Hebrew
University as well as the Ben-Zvi
Institute. Among the sessions
will be those on "The
Archaeology of Israel in Biblical
Times." The Ethic Community
in Jerusalem." "The Ottoman
Empire and Its Influence on
Israel." "The Land of Israel in
Jewish Folklore." "Modern
Settlements in the Land of Israel
Mica to
sponsor HMO
Field Hearing
Congressman Daniel Mica (D-
FL i announced that the held
hearing on the subject of Health
Mantainance Organizations has
been rescheduled for July 9.1964.
At the request of Congressman
Mica, the House Select Com-
mittee on Aging will come to
learn first-hand the impact that
HMOs are having on South
Florida.
As a member of the Aging
Committee. Congressman Mica
wants to review the long range
impact of HMO's on the quality
of health care in the nation. "This
hearing will address the concern
and confusion over HMO's that
many Floridians have expressed
over the past few months."
explained Mica. "The
tremendous growth and
concentration of HMO's in the
South Florida area makes our
district an ideal location to hold a
hearing on this issue '
The hearing will start at 9 a.m.
in the Gold Coast Room in the
University Center at Florida
Atlantic University and is free of
charge and open to the public.
CAJE to sponsor a
class in special ed
Prior to the Establishment of the
State." and "Issues in Israeli
Society
Efrat Afek. representative of
the Department of Education and
Culture of the WZO and CAJE.
coordinated the registration of
the program. Formerly the
Director for Teacher Professional
Growth for the Ben-Zvi Institute.
Mrs. Afek noted that "the
seminar is conducted on a
university level, and deals with
the overall history and culture of
Jerusalem and Israel. It is hoped
that Israel will assume a central
role in the curriculum of the
religious schools of the com-
munity."
The teachers from South
Florida are joining sixteen other
teachers from the Los Angeles
Jewish community, as well as
others from cities throughout the
United States. Overall co-
ordinator for the program is Yoel
Rappai, Director of the
Department of Education and
Culture of the WZO
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seminars for teachers on
contemporary issues in Israel, a
community-wide Jerusalem Day
celebration in the Fort Lauder-
dale area, and the stimulation of
Israel programming in the Jew-
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Teachers participating in the
program include: Meira Romer
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Friday, July 13, 1984 The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
National Conference of Hospice held in New York
YORK. NY. Rabbi.
rogues mut play key
developing hospices for
Z32& 2S
for the nation 8 Jewien
Ltion PM^d.ty .
Eds for hospice information
and coordination, the Synagogue
Council of America held the first
National Conference on Hospice
for the Jewish community, June
13 at Beth Israel Medical Center
in New Y.ork City.
The all-day conference brought
m**^
JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER FORT
9ERDALE HOSTED KOSHER NUTRITION PROGRAM at
auderhill Mall celebrated its seventh anniversary on June 15.
in admiring the cake in honor of the anniversary and Father's
lart from left to right: Sara Perlis, Jacob Mandelovitz, Jack
I, Amta and Irving Lustig and Lazarus Mereigh, Director of
Nutrition Program of the Service Agency for Senior Citizens.
id recognition was also given to Fred Finkel. the oldest father
\nt at the age of 93.
Women leaders examine
future role of volunteers
lw will women with career.
1 families continue to be
in volunteer organiza-
I Participants in the Pioneer
avNa'amat National
krship Seminar explored this
during five days of
live leadership development
in Chevy Chase,
I under the direction of
Rosenfield. National
ation Vice-President, and
Margolis, National
Development
|(tacommunications is one
n." one young participant
"With video confer-
career women can parti-
in national meetings
leaving their home
>m explained.
Mj the participants who
""V the ages and profes-
including a college
. 1 retired art teacher.
^eral fun-time homemakers
"w that for most women, a
l{ Plus a career equals less
iw volunteer activities. The
Quality time."
> ."plained: 'Computer
nsystems will stream-
detail and drudgery that
* vL'unteer burnout and
""ben1 talents."
2'break in the group
T ttwoaes and planning
* '"lure, seminar part?
cans,-
cipants met with key senators
and congressional representa-
tives to discuss the organiza-
tion's legislative priorities.
Within the part few year.,
Pioneer Women-Na'amat has
intensified legislative advocacy
in the United States on behalf of
women's right, and child welfare.
Maaha Lubelsky, the leader of
Na'amat in Israel, surprised the
participant, when she suggested
that the 12 Na'amat organize
tions around the world which
support Na'amat in Israel should
begin to focus more attention on
their own Jewiah communities.
Without intensive Jewish educa-
tion, she warned, there will not be
a supportive Diaspora com-
munity in the future.
Introduction to Judaism
course offered
Rabbi Sheldon Harr of Temple
Kol Ami and Rabbi Elliot Skid-
dell of Ramat Shalom, will be
conducting an "Introduction to
Judaism" course beginning Mon-
day July 23 and continuing for 10
weeks.
This course is a pre-requisite
for conversion to Judaism. Its
subject matter includes Jewish
history, customs, ceremonies, life
cycle events, and holidays. Any-
one interested in learning more
{bout Judaism and taking a basic
cmrse in Judaism should call
412-1988 or 472-3600.
together 250 rabbis, nurses,
social worker., hospital patient
representatives, physicians,
hospital chaplains and lay leaders
from 20 state, who .tressed the
vital need for Jewish hospices
nationally. Several speakers
noted that Judaism has always
concerned itself with the import-
ance of maintaining life.
However, until recently only a
limited number of communities
have engaged in Jewish hospice
work because the hospice move-
ment has been misunderstood by
the Jewish community which
perceived it as a Christian
concept and a form of euthanasia.
Rabbi Mordecai Waxman,
SCA president from Great Neck,
N.Y. stressed that "Hospice is a
religious issue that synagogues
and Rabbis must address." He
said "we must move forward in
meeting this need."
Rabbi Waxman announced
that the SCA would organize
regional hospice conferences,
train Rabbi, and Rabbinic
students, establish an informa-
tion clearing house and news-
letter and develop a cooperative
effort with Federation, and
hospitals to provide hospice care
and services for Jewish patients.
"We look forward to working
with other agencies in developing
proper hospice facilitee"
Waxman added.
An Orthodox spiritual teder,
Rabbi Maurice Lamm, SCA Vies
President and Chairman of the
Jewish Hospice Commission of
Los Angeles told the conference
that Jewish law stresses both the
curing and the caring for the sick.
"Judaism addresses itself to the
loneliness of the terminally ill
through the requirement for
"Bikur Cholim" (the visiting of
the sick), which is not merely a
practice of social etiquette, but a
fulfillment of a religious obliga-
tion" Rabbi Lamm said.
"Terminally ill people are not
afraid of dying they are fright-
ened of pain and abandonment"
explained Rabbi Harold Kushner,
Temple Israel of Natick. Mas-
sachusetts and author of the best
selling book "When Bad Thing.
Happen To Good People." He
emphasized "we must assure
such individual, that ws are
going to do our utmost to keep
them comfortable and never leave
them alone."
Dr. Samuel C. Klagsbrun,
Medical Director, Four Wind.
Hospital, Katonah, NY stressed
the need to have patients and
their families face the psycho-
logical issues that accompany the
problems of the dying. Such
psychological support is a.
important as the medical treat-
ment.
The establishment of new
hospice programs and facilities
face many problems according to
Ms. Barbara McCann, Director of
Accreditation Program for
Hospice Care: Joint Commission
on Accreditation of Hospital,
Chicago, IL. At the present time
she told the conference federal
and state regulations still create
many obstacles regarding
licenses, accreditation and
medical reimbursement. There-
fore she stressed that the private
sector must provide the neces-
sary funds for such programs at
the present time. Ms. McCann
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difficulties in clarifying both
federal and state guidelines
would eventually be cleared up.
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz,
director of the Chaplaincy
Commission of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, represented the
Federation at the conference.
MISSION LEADERS-LOW Polish (left) and Terri Novick have
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday, July 13, 1964
Costa Rica reaffirms support for Jerusalem
The President of Cost* Rica,
Luis Alberto Monge, cabled the
President of the World Jewish
Congress, Edgar Bronfman, to
express the "sovereign
determination of Costa Rica to
honor Jerusalem as the capital of
the State of Israel."
Monge's cable came in
response to a message of support
sent by Bronfman to the Costa
Rican President. Earlier in June,
Monge addressed the Interna-
tional Labor Organization in
Geneva prompting a walkout by
Arab delegations and their
supporters protesting Costa
Rica's decision to transfer it*
embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
In response to this "attempt at
political intimidation,"
Bronfman cabled Monge: "Six
million Jews in American and all
their friends in this county as
well as Jewish communities in 67
nations throughout the world
applaud your courage, your
dignity, your resolute behavior as
an outstanding leader of the free
world, who stands his grounds in
the face of base threats." He
added, "onlv the President of a
courageous small democracy like
Costa Rica can show those who
debase the very fiber if interna-
tional democratic values there is
no fear in acting righteously."
Monge, in his reply to
Bronfman, on his own behalf and
"in the name of the government
and the people of Costa Rica."
expressed thanks for "the
support and the solidarity of
yourself and the World Jewish
Congress." He affirmed "the free
and sovereign detenujiation of
Costa Rica to honor Jerusalem as
the capital of the State of Israel."
Anti-Semitism has no place in UN
The secretary general of the
United States declared to the
president of B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional that anti-Jewish bigotry is
"shameful and unacceptable"
and has no place in the UN.
The UN official, Javier Perez
de Cuellar, who just returned
from a visit to the Middle East,
met with a B'nai B'rith delega-
tion led by President Gerald
Kraft at the United Nations
Building.
Kraft opened the discussion by
stating that the 1975 UN resolu-
tion equating Zionism with
racism legitimizes anti-Jewish
bigotry, and challenges Israel's
credentials for UN membership
Kraft told Perez de Cuellar that
B'nai B'rith International seeks
to preclude any further anti-
Semitic attacks and if such
attacks do recur, that they are
met by strong response by
member nations.
He commended the UN official
for speaking out against these
sttacks and urged him to
continue to do so.
In response. Perez de Cuellar
commented that anti-Semitism is
"shameful and unacceptable''
and that he has tried to set an
example by speaking out against
such outbursts. "We cannot fight
apartheid and at the same time
engage in another type of
discrimination,'' he declared.
AJCongress: Cut off Social Security
benefits to deported Nazi war criminals
The American Jewish Con-
gress wants the federal govern-
ment to stop psying social
security benefits to ex-Nazis who
entered the United States illegal
ly after World war II and have
since been deported.
The organization has asked
Congress to enact a bill, H.R.
4986, introduced by Brooklyn
Congressman Charles Schumer.
that would prohibit such pay-
ments.
Currently, says Florence Gal-
kin, co-chair of AJCongress
Commission on Urban Affairs
U.S. law lists 19 grounds for d*
Donation, of which 18 carry
automatic termination of Social
Security benefits. Only one of the
19 grounds 'activities con-
ducted under the direction of or
in association with the Nazi
government of Germany durine
ttorldWarH"- is exempt from
the cutoff of benefits.
Jewish High School plans $500,000 expansion
JTA The Jewish High School
of South Florida announced
approval from the Dade County
commission to build a *500,000,
two-story facility on property
adjacent to a Jewish Community
Center and the Hillei Elementary
school.
Rabbi Louis Herring, the
school principal, said construc-
tion is expected to be completed
in time for the start of the 1984-
85 school year next September. It
will house the school's adminis-
trative offices, library, faculty
lounge and computer and science
laboratories, in addition to 18
classrooms.
A 160,000 scholarship program
for the coming year was an-
nounced by Mrs. Ellie Katz,
executive vice president. She said
the scholarships, ranging from
1200 to 12.000 ner student, will
go to deserving' students unable
to afford the full tuition per
school year.
Serving students in both Dade
and Broward counties, the school
was founded in 1981, under the
auspicies of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education. It receives
support from the Jewish Federa-
tions from both counties and
rrom Women's American ORT.
Officers elected to Jewish Council of
Early Childhood Educators of South Florida
Elected to her second term as
president of the Jewish Council of
Early Childhood Educators of
South Florida at the organ-
ization's annual installation and
award supper was Shulamit
Gittelson, ECE Director at the
Solomon Schechter Day School of
Congregation Beth David.
The JCECE, an affiliate of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, is the professional
organization of the nursery and
kindergarten teachers of the
synagogue, day school and JCC
programs of Dade, Broward and
Palm Beach counties.
The goals of JCECE are to
enhance the status of the ECE
teacher, and to strengthen early
childhood education in the overall
Jewish community. Mrs.
Gittelson noted that "It had
become increasingly recognized
that early childhood programs
have a decisive influence on the
formation of the personality of
the child. In addition, the early
years have exceptional potential
for instilling within the child a
love and connection with the rich
Jewish heritage."
She noted that some of the new
trends in early childhood
education include lengthening of
the school day to accommodate
the increasing percentage of
working mothers, a greater
emphasis on day care programs,
the introduction of Toddler
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young as nine months old, and
increasing emphasis on academic
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major all-day institutes during
the school year, and ongoing
courses, seminars and workshops
on a regional basis, and has
recently developed a Code of
Practice for teachers in Jewish
rly childhood education.
Other officers elected at the
meeting include regional vice
presidenta Nancy jSj
SW Tamp* Judea, for
South Dade; Judy Baktta
Lehrm Djjy School, for Miami
Beach; Arlene Lasko, ECE
Doctor. Temple Sin, for North
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72 Jews Exit
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry ranortod that 72 Jew. ww.
granted permission to emigrate
man the Soviet Union during the
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The government of Ecuador
has assured the executive vice
president of B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional that it has no intention of
permitting the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization to open an
office in that Latin American
country.
Reporting on the first meetings
of seven-nation visit in South
America, Dr. Daniel Thursz said
that he expressed B'nai B'rith's
concern to the Minister of
Foreign Relations. Ambassador
Louis Valencia Rodriguez, about
the PLO's desire to set up an
office in Quito.
The Latin American official
told Thursz that while the
Ecuadoran government is
concerned about the rights of
Palestinians and is opposed to
the acqusition of territory by
conquest, it also oppose.
terrorism.
Thursz then met with Vice
President-elect Blasco
Penaherrera Padilla and
discussed the problem of
huge international debts owwlk
South American countries.
Thursz informed Padilla of tl
recent B'nai B'rith Board
Governor.' resolution in wh
the Jewish organization's
policy-makers called on "fr
loving nations of the world
develop policies and actions I
through stimulating an
growth and encouraging |
and economic reforms,
strengthen democracy in
America."
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Friday, July 13, 19& The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5
IcAJE sponsors Thanksgiving Concert
bcert
, Joy of Thanksgiving
Z thetheme of a spead
5 bv the Sunrise
Knnic Pops Orchestra to be
Sunday. November 25 at
m at Omni Auditorium.
, Community College
rth under the ponttorship f
Agency for Jewish
Central
tacation.
iRhoda and Arieh pagan
'Jcert Co-Chairmen.mdicated
that the concert would benefit
Jewish education and would
include Israeli and Jewish music
in addition to popular light
classics.
The Sunrise Symphonic Pops
Orchestra under the direction of
Louis Papier has performed
widely in the community to out-
standing acclaim.
Helene Goldwin serves as
tickets Co-Chairman and Jerry
Kay as Coordinator.
The public is cordially invited
to attend with special discounts
available for organizations. Call
Rhoda, 748-8400.
The Central Agency for Jewish
Education is a beneficiary agency
that receives funds from The
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale through its
United Jewish Appeal Campain.
^
JHS expands college credit course offerings
. Jewish High School of
th Florida has expanded its
liege credit course offerings for
1984-85 school year, accord-
to Rabbi Herring, JHS
cipal.
| In the past, we offered college
lit for courses on an experi-
mental basis," he said. "The
reaction has been so positive that
we have been encouraged to
greatly expand those offerings."
Courses for college credit will
be offered in English, Psy-
chology, Economics and
Languages. Students may take
one ssmsstar or two consecutive
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RECORD GIFT: Brandeis University President Evelyn E.
iandler (right) accepts record annual gift of $1,906,536 from
fnndeis University National Women's Committee 1983-84
tident Cynthia Shulman of Newton, Mass., at recent national
ifmnce of the volunteer organization. Since its founding in 1948,
65,000 member group has contributed nearly $23 million in
Wort of the libraries at the nation's only Jewish-sponsored,
Wectarian university.
semesters each year and may
earn as much as one year of
college credit by the time they
graduate.
The college credit program is
sponsored by Miami bade Com-
munity College in cooperation
with the Central Agency for
Jewish Education. Classes are
taught by college faculty at the
School.
In addition to college credit
courses, the Jewish High School
of South Florida offers advance
placement courses in Computer
Science and History. It also
offers a program whereby indi-
vidual students can enter into a
"contract" with a teacher of their
choice to do individual study
under supervision for 1-4 credits.
Students can take this Gifted
Study program during the
Summer or regular academic
year.
"There is no question that the
fact a student has taken either a
College Credit, Advance Place-
ment or Gifted Study course is a
major asset on their high school
transcript," said Rabbi Herring.
The Jewish High School of
South Florida is a beneficiary
agency that receives scholarship
funds from the Jewish Federation
of. Greater Ft. Lauderdale
through its United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Lost but not forgotten
In the June 29th edition of the Floridian, pictures from Volunteer
Recognition Day appeared, the above picture was inadvertently
omitted. At this time we would like to give these volunteers the
recognition that they deserve. Pictured (left to right) from the
Center for Living and Covenant Care are: Sonny Friedman; Alfred
Golden, chairman; Sol Cohen, chairman; Dora Cohen and Elmer
Pachter. Missing: Leo Bernstein, Jack Shapiro and Charney
Goldfarb.
JHS students selected for
Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society
Two High School of South
Florida students, Amy Solomon
and Gary Mars, received Phi
Beta Kappa Honor Society
awards recently.
Both students, who are resi-
dents of North Miami Beach, re-
ceived their Phi Beta Kappa
High school Award Certificate at
the Second Annual Phi Beta
Kappa High School Awards
Ceremony held on the campus of
Florida International University.
Solomon and Mars were in-
vited to join this prestigious
association based upon their
cumulative grade point average
while attending school and for
being at the top of their Senior
Class.
"We are truly honored to have
both Amy and Gary represent us
in this regard," said Rabbi Her-
ring, JHS Principal. "We feel
they are honestly representative
of the caliber of student we have
here at JHS."
JHS students, Amy Solomon and
Gary Mars.
Founded under the auspices of
the Central Agecy for Jewish
Education, the Jewish High
School of South Florida serves
both Dade and Broward County
students. It receives support
from the Jewish Federations in
both counties and from Women's
American ORT and American
ORT Federation.
PYTHIAN BROTHER BOB
LOCKWOOD (left), Clerk of
Circuit and Broward County
Court, congratulates Past
Deputy Grand Chancellor Carl
Neu field, of Fort Lauderdale
Lodge No. 201, on his appoint-
ment as Grand Lodge of Florida
Retention Chairman.
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Hadassah National Convention set
.
Frieda Lewis, National
President, announced that
Hadassah will hold its 70th
National Convention in San
Francisco, August 26-29.
Approximately 2,500 delegates
and guests representing 370,000
members in 1700 chapters and
groups from every state and
Puerto Rico will attend the four-
day convention.
Hadassah is the largest
women's volunteers organization
and the largest Jewish organiza-
tion in the United States. It is
also the largest Zionist organiza-
tion in the world today.
Hadassah spends millions
annually for its health, education,
vocation, social welfare and land-
redemption programs in Israel,
and its education and youth
programs in the United States.
Hadassah maintains a network
of medical institutions in Israel
providing healing, teaching, and
research radiating from the two
campuses of the Hadassah-
Hebrew University Medical
Center in the Ein Karem and on
Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem.
In the United States.
Hadassah conducts an American
Affairs program which informs
members on vital community,
state and national developments
and encourages its members to
contribute volunteer hours to
school programs and services to
the aged. The Zionist Affairs
Department informs the
members on issues concerning
Israel and the well-being of Jews.
Hadasah fosters creative Jewish
living through Jewish education.
It
sponsors
Zionist co-
educational youth movement,
which provides a variety of
programs for youth ages 9 to 25
years.
Technion awards 1984 Harvey Prizes
HAIFA Dr. Peter Sorokin
of IBM's T.J. Watson Research
Center and a leading figure in
physics, and Professor Franz
Rosenthal. an internationally
renown authority of Semitic and
Arabic languages and culture,
and the Sterling Professor of
Near Eastern Languages at Yale
University, have been awarded
the 1984 Harvey Prizes of the
Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology at June 2 ceremonies
on the Institute's Haifa campus.
Dr. Sorokin s research at the
Watson Research Center
where he has been an IBM Fellow
since 1968 has been mainly in
the fields of lasers and quantum
electronics. He was awarded the
Harvey Price in Science and
Technology in recognition of his
outstanding contributions in
these fields as well as being cited
for the invention of the dye laser.
Dye lasers have had enormous
impact in the areas of spectro-
scopy, isotope separation, detec-
tion of trace impurities, and
treatment of tumors.
Professor Rosenthal is a former
President of the American
Oriental Society whose distin-
guished essays and books of
Semitic culture have also earned
him the Lidzbarski Prize by the
International Congress of
Orientalists and the Levi Delia
Vida Medal. Professor Rosenthal
received the Harvey Prize in the
category of literature of Profound
Insight into the Life and Peoples
of the Middle East "in recogni-
tion of his outstanding contribu-
tion to the deeper understanding
of two important aspects of
Semitic culture, namely the
Aramaic language and Arabic
literature.'' Professor Rosenthal
was also cited for his compre-
hensive handbook of Aramaic
dialects and his penetrating
Dr. Peter Sorokin
analysis of Arabic literature
which has shed new light on the
Professor Franz Rosenthal
humanistic and aesthetic aspects
of Islamic civilization.
B'naiB'rith names director
ofUillel foundation
Larry Moses, executive direc-
tor of the Bureau of Jewish
Education of San Francisco.
Marin County and the Peninsula,
has been named international
director of B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations, Albert Spiegel,
chairman of the B'nai B'rith
Commission, announced.
The appointment was made by
B'nai B'rith International on the
recommendation of a search com-
mittee headed by Dr. Marver
Bernstein, former president of
Brandeis University. The recom-
mendation was "enthusiastically
endorsed" by the Executive
Committee of B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations. Spiegel said.
Commenting on his
appointment. Spiegel said Moses
"brings a strong combination of
professional skills and high talent
for organizing and administering
programs in Jewish education.
He has worked with professionals
and volunteers alike, and I am
confident that he will lead B'nai
B'rith Hillel to new levels of
service to Jewish students and
the Jewish community.''
B'nai B'rith and Hillel receive
funding from the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
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A puppet play, "Tikki, Tikki
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At Sunrise Branch, 6600 Sunset
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Lt. Charles Clancy will discuss
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Tuesday July 17.
At North Lauderdale Branch,
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Children of all ages are invited
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[andel tells conference
lime for a commitment to Jewish education'
Friday. July 13. 1984 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Laudardale Page 7
UaLEM (JWB) The
%come to adds commit-
.Jewish education to the
commitment, socia
_-t and political
E we have already
a the survival of Israel and
irish people'*
h these words Morton
| chairman of the World
Jho Conference for Jewish
^on. sounded the keynote
/ three-day meeting at the
nlem Hilton.
conference brought
tr some 180 Jewish corn-
leaders and Jewish
[tors from more than 60
ies around the world and
their counterparts from
del heads the 18-month
now preparing its recom-
ons, the JWB Corn-
on Maximizing the
Educational Effective-
of Jewish Community
n, and is chairman of the
eh Agency for Israel Com-
ion on Jewish Education.
king before some 260
Morton Mandel
invitees to the opening plenary
following dinner, Mandel
addressed "the Crisis Facing the
Jewish People."
"There is no more appropriate
place in the world for serious
Jewish leaders and educators to
reflect on the future of the Jewish
people than in the spiritual center
Kosher food will be available
Democratic National Convention
Party believe in readung out and
meeting the needs of all segments
of society."
Mr. Berman in praise of this
gesture, said. "I applaud the
efforts of Senator Moynihan and
the Hyatt Regency for this
endeavor. This is indeed a
welcome step and one that I hope
will become standard procedure
in both political parties."
The 38th Democratic
Convention will be held in San
Francisco, Calif, on July 16-19.
of our people Jerusalem," he
said.
Mandel told his audience, "The
challenge we face is an impressive
one. We meet at a time when even
the beet of statistics indicate an
erosion of identification and an
increasing number of Jews not
receiving any form of Jewish
education."
"Our gathering is an attempt
to bring into clear and sharp
focus the important role that
Jewish education must play if we
are to realize the future creative
potential of the Jewish people.
But, for these words to have
meaning, we must use all the
institutional tools available to
make this dream a reality.''
Mandel saw the make-up of
Jewish community leaders as a
most important step because
"most of us are builders ... in
commerce snd industry and in
other professions. We have
brought leadership skills, honed
in the workplace, to the service of
the Jewish community."
In that, he said, those attend-
ing had helped to build Jewish
communities in the many lands
from which they had come and
had also been helpful in building
bridges to Israel.
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE'S FLORIDA THOUSAND
COCKTAIL PARTY, May 3, 1984 at the Grand Bay Hotel.
Honoring the Florida Thousand are (left to right): Mr. Sol
Schulman, Mr. Robert Adler, ADL Chairman, Florida Thousand;
Mrs. Robert Adler, Mr. Morris Small, Mr. Samuel Levine. Seated
left to right: Mrs. Sol Schulman, Mrs. Morris Small, and Mrs.
Samuel Levine, ADL National Chairman of Development-Women's
Division.
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atic Presidential Conven-
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ng the Convention.
pher food is not a conven-
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*on," Senator Moynihan
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July 13. 1984
Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400
FRIDAY JULY 13
Hadaasah L'Chayim Plantation
Chapter: July 13-15. Stay ai
Palm Beach Ocean Hotel. 473-
5845.
SATURDAY JULY 14
Tamarac Jewish Center-Temple
Beth Torah, Men's Club: 8:30
p.m. Three-act show featuring a
magician, singer, and
comedienne. Refreshments.
Donation $4. 9101 NW 57 St..
Tamarac. 721-7660.
SUNDAY JULY 15
Tamarac Jewish Center: 6:45
p.m. Games.
Congregation Beth Hilkl of Mar-
gate, Sisterhood and Men's Club:
8:30 a.m. till sundown. Barbeque.
Spanish River Park. Donation
$3.50 phis park admission. 971-
9395.
Temple Beth Am-Singies Club: 2
p.m. Meeting. Wine and cheese
party. 7205 Royal Palm Blvd..
Margate.
MONDAY JULY 16
Coral Springs Area Coalition of
Jewish Organizations: 7:30 p.m.
Meeting. Coral Springs City
Hall. West Wing.
TUESDAY JULY 17
Hadaasah L'Chayim Plantation
EDWARD SCHWARTZ has
been named Southeast Regional
Field Director for the American
ORT Federation, announced
AOF President Alvin L. Gray.
Schwartz will have responsibility
for Men's ORT chapters in
Georgia, Florida, North and
South Carolina, Tennessee,
Alabama, Mississippi and Ken-
tucky.
CONGRATULATIONS
Best wishes to Rabbi Albert
and Gloria Schwartz on the occa-
sion of their son, Yaacov, and
son-in-law, Yonaton. having been
ordained as Rabbis. Yonaton, is
married to the former Shulamit
Schwartz. Rabbi Albert Schwartz
is the director of the Chaplaincy
Commission of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Greater Fort Lauder-
GO EXCmNG PLACES
PI AN XING A TWP
Travel with National Council of
Jewish Women. For new 1984
Brochure describing sen-
sational tours to ISRAEL, with
extension* to EGYPT, ROME,
LONDON, MADRID, and SWIT-
ZERLAND: Highlights In
EUROPE, CHINA, THE ORIENT,
OREAT BRITAIN. SPAIN. ITALY,
COSTA RICA, and CANADIAN
ROCKIES.
PInm Call or
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4734772
Chapter: Noon. Luncheon and
card party. Deicke Auditorium.
5701 Cypress Rd., Plantation.
473-2437 or 473-9809.
Tamarac Jewish Center. Sister-
hood: 11:45 a.m. Lunch at
nominal cost.
WEDNESDAY JULY 18
Sunrise Jewish Center-Temple
She'any Tzedek, Sisterhood:
Noon. Meeting. Entertainment
by Harmonica Players.
Knights of Pythias-Fort Lauder-
dale Lodge: 8 p.m. Meeting.
Whiting Hall. 6767 NW 24 St..
Sunrise.
THURSDAY JULY 19
Knights of Pythias-Coral Springs
Lodge: 8 p.m. Meeting. Italian
American Club, 7310 W. McNab
Rd., Tamarac.
SATURDAY JULY 21
Sunrise Lakes Condominium
Association Phase I: 7:30 p.m.
All-star variety show followed by
dancing. Donation 84. 742-5150.
Playhouse, 8100 Sunrise Lakes
Dr.N.
SUNDAY JULY 22
Tamarac Jewish Center: 6:45
p.m. Games.
MONDAY JULY 23
B'nai B nth Ally ah Unit: 8 p.m.
Meeting. Sunrise Savings.
TUESDAY JULY 24
Tamarac Jewish Center. Sister-
hood: 11:45 a.m. Lunch at
nominal cost.
THURSDAY JULY 28
B'nai B'rith Women-Bermuda
CTub Chapter: Noon. Luncheon
and card party. Clubhouse.
Temple Emanu-El. 7:45 p.m.
Board meeting.
Organizations
Elsie Simon
man
Jessica Paul
JCC's Telephone Reassurance Squad
gets co-chairpersons
AMIT WOMEN
Amit Women, formerly Ameri-
can Mizrachi Women, are spon
soring a Thanksgiving weekend,
Nov. 21-25 at the Saxony Hotel
on Miami Beach. For information
call 721-1472.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
The following officers were in-
stalled in the Coral Springs
Lodge of the Knights of Pythias:
Mel Solomon, Chancellor Com-
mander: Howard Friedman, vice-
chancellor: Harold Kirstein.
prelate; Marvin Cohen, master at
arms: Donald Wasserman, inner
guard: Stanley Keros, outer
guard: Leonard Marcus, record-
ing secretary: Alex Joseph, fi-
nancial secretary; Edward
Coyne, treasurer; and William
Sadoff, master of works.
Jessica Paul and Elsie Simon
have joined the JCC WECARE
Board as co-chairpersons of the
program's Telephone Reas-
surance Squad formed for the
purpose of meeting the needs of
people who live alone. A daily
contact-someone to talk to on the
phone is very comforting to
the person who has no other
means of outside stimulation or
communication.
"I feel that the telephone re-
assurance program is most
important," stud Mrs. Paul.
"There are so many widows
around and it is so often that
they need to call for help. I know,
I've had the experience person-
ally and I know how comforting
it is to talk to somebody who
cares."
Mrs. Simon stated, "M*j
life is to make people h
to try to help them the I
can."
Sunny Friedman,
the WECARE CM
members of the
have time to spare
Telephone Reassurance I
to report the names o
they know in the ana
alone and who would i
knowing about this
If you have such it
Rhonda Putterman,
WECARE Director
Center, 792-6700.
WECARE it a
agency that receives,
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10 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. July 13. 1984
One sided on the side of the truth
The Haj By Leon Una,
Doubleday. 1984. 566 pages.
17.96.
Reviewed by David C. Grass.
Leon Uris, whose novel
Exodus, describing the struggle
for the establishment of Israel
was a worldwide bestseller, is a
writer with a passion in all of
his books dealing with Jewish
themes he seeks to show that the
Jewish people have been targets
for nearly two thousands years,
and now, in the twentieth
century, despite the Holocaust
they have created a Jewish state
built on the foundations of justice
for all that will be for all time a
haven for all Jews in need.
For many years literary circles
buzzed with rumors that he was
working on a sequel to Exodus,
assuming that he would bring the
story up to date from the War of
Independence to today. Instead,
Uris has produced a powerful,
memorable novel that tells the
story of Palestinian Jews and the
Palestinian Arabs prior to
Israel's establishment and during
the early years of Israel. And the
story is seen and told from the
Arab side.
This is no easy task for a
Jewish writer, particularly one
who has become kown as a
partisan of Israel. And yet Uris
has succeeded admirably in his
task. What emerges is an
insightful explanation of why, for
nearly four decades, the Arabs
have persisted in nonkinfl to kill
Israelis rather than sit down and
talk peace.
As perhaps might have been
expected, most reviewers hsve
criticized the novel as being too
one-sided, too strong in its
delineation of the Arab side, with
little or no attempt to show where
Israel erred.
Well make some admissions:
Uris is not a great novelist in the
way Dickens was: some of the
language could have used a sharp
copy editor. That having been
said, what emerges from the
pages of this book is a carefully
reeearched work portraying what
the Arabs did, how the vast
majority of them were manipul-
ated by morally corrupt leaders,
how their religious faith led them
to a position of seeing Israel as
"evil," and how the vast majority
of Arabs continue to blind them-
selves to the truth.
Put another way. The Haj
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explains how, from the very
beginning of the Zionist move-
ment, the idealistic Jews who
came to Palestine sought to live
in peace with their Arab
neighbors but were rebuffed
virtually at every turn, and how
this extremist fanaticism of the
Arab masses and the vile leader-
ship of many of their political
personalities has continued to
this day to build a house of
hate whose foundations sooner or
later must collapse.
Uris does not say that the
Arab people are inherently evil
and blood-thirsty. He simply
cites their own teachings that
emphasize blind obedience to
the head of the family, the head
of the village, the head of the
community and shows how
this has led to the present situa-
tion. As one of the few Arabs in
the novel who favored s peaceful
coexistence with the Jews put it:
We, the Arabs, sre consumed
with hate, and they, the Jews, are
filled with love. And unless we
learn to love, we are doomed.
The Haj in the novel's title is
the muktar of the fictional village
of Tabah. Although illiterate he
is wise in the ways of leadership.
When s kibbutz is set up nearby
in the years before Israeli state-
hood, he at first fumes and rages.
Whan he gets to know the
kibbutz head, on a man-to-man
basis, he admits first to himself
and then to the kibbutznik,
Gideon Asch, that he considers
the Jew his only true friend
because only with him can he be
open end honest. With everyone
else in the Arab world he must
maintain a false front. Asch and
the Haj become close but secret
friends.
When the United Nations
proclaims a Jewish state and an
Arab state in British-mandated
Palestine, in 1947, the Tabah
villagers, led by Ibrahim, the
Haj, flee to escape the coming
year committing the most
terrible mistake of their lives.
What was once a community of
peaceful villagers becomes a
group of Arab refugees. Women
are raped by merciless Iraqi
soldiers. Hunger and suffering
abound. For s while Ibrahim and
his family hide in the caves of
ancient Qumran near the Dead
Sea, but then they are forced by
famine to join thousands of
hapless Arab refugees in miser-
Temple News
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The second session of the sum-
mer camp held at Temple Kol
Ami, 8200 Peters Rd Planta-
tion, for pre-school age children,
"Summer Fun Experience," will
begin on Monday July 16. Some
openings are still available. For
information call the Temple at
472-1988.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Richard Levy has been elected
as the new president of Temple
Emanu-El. 3245 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.. Fort Lauderdale
' Levy's first act as president was
the announcement of the hiring of
Rita Shore as the Temple's new
cantor.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Beginnings this fall, Temple
Beth Orr, 2161 Riverside Dr.,
Coral Springs, will offer religious
education for learning disabled
children. This program, the first
of its kind in Broward County,
will provide instruction in both
Hebrew and Judaic studies
taught by specially trained
teachers. For further information
call the Temple at 763-3232.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE
The following congregants
were recently installed as officers
of Temple B'nai Moshe: David L.
Skop, secretary; Bruce Konigs-
burg, treasurer; Lillian Glaser
and Ernest Jacobs, vice presi-
dents. Melinda Skop was elected
as a new board member.
able camps supported by the
west. The only time the Arab
state* appear on the scene is to
recruit fedayeen, precursors of
today's brainwashed PLO
terrorists.
In short, Uris tells it like it was
and like it is- He wishes there
were some way to reach the mass
of Arabs, to show them that they
have been explited by pro-Hitler
Muftis and a variety of venal
leaders who care nothing for then-
well-being. He ends his book on a
dismal note, for to date no one
including the author has found a
way to cut through the bee and
distortions that have been fed to
two generations of Arabs in order
to keep the anti-Israel pot
boiling. Perhaps it will take
another generatkm
more.
Those critics who .*
new novel as being to,
and onesided are rgjfl
**%on one side, C
truth. This, he says j.,
panad and what has'i
praeent ongoing Mid
state of tension.
Before anyone can
five for a solution"
problem, the bask bee
must be known and u:
In this. The Haj is
successful.
David C. Gross, an author i
own right, is the editor 0/
Jewish Weeh (New York).
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July 13-7:55 pm. I
July 20-7:53 p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH AM 1974-8880). 7306 Royal Halm Blvd., Margate UNI |
Sarvictt: Monday through Friday 8 SO a.m.. 8 p.m.. Friday laU aarrlctl
p.m.; Saturday 0 a.m., 5 p.m., Sunday 8 a.m., 6 p.m. Rabbi Paul Plea*.
Rabbi Emcritui. Dr Solomon Geld Cantor Irvine Grosaman
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (743-4040). 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.. 8unrM|
S3S1S. Sarvictt: Monday through Thursday 8 am 6:80 pm, Friday lam.,
8pm.8p.rn ; Saturday 8 46 am Sunday 9 a.m., 6: SO p.m. RafeeiPMHfH
Labowiti. Cantor Maur.tr Neu
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Century Blvd.. Deerfleld Beach 334*1 Service*: Sunday through Friday I S
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vlcei: Sunday through Friday 8 SO am., 6 pm. Late Friday service I pm
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pm.; Saturday 8 48am 830pm Canter Jack Marcher*
TEMPLE SMOLOM (942-8410,. IB BE 11 Ave.. Pompano Beach S8080_Ser I
vlcoa: Monday through Friday 8:48 a.m. evenings Monday through Ttiur-
sday at 8 p.m.. Friday evening at 8. Saturday and Sunday 9 am '
Samuel April. Cantor Samuel Renter
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OP MARGATE (974-8080 i. 7840Margate ]
Blvd.. Margate 33063 Services: Sunday through Friday 8; 18a.m.. 5:,0P?|
Late Friday service 8 p.m. Saturday 8 48 a.m.. 8:90 pm. Rseel Bar"
Mariner Cantor Joel Cohen
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Tan.ara.. Friday at 8 p m Saturday 9 a m" Charles B. Fyier. Prestdenl
ORTHODOX
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Lauderdale Lakes 33313 Services. Sunday through Thursday 8a m P
FrldaySa m Sp m Saturday 8:48 a.m.. Bp.m.
SYNAGOGUE OF INVERRARY CHABAO (748-17T7). 7770 NW .. U*
coin Park West, Sunnae 33321 Services: Sunday throng* Friday I "1UJM,
p.m., Saturday t a.m.. 5:30 p.m. Study groups: Man, Sundays tone""
services, Women, Tuesdays 8 p.m. Rabbi Area Lleberman.
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Blvd Deerfleld Beach 33441 Services: Sunday through Friday 8 *-mJ |
sundown Saturday 8:48 a m and sundown. Cantor Sol Cheien. Siowi
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(988 7877), 3291 SUrllng Rd.. Fort lauderdale 88813 Services: fcW
through Friday 7 so a m .and sundown; Saturday. S a.m.. sundown, sm \
8a.m.. sundown Rabbi Edward Davis.
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Tamarac Services: Daily g .m.; mincna 8 pm Rabbi Cheim Sayw
Cong.rogation preside*! Merman Fleischer.
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Services: Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 10 am. Rats* JerrebJ M. Levy. Ceaw
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Coconut Crook Parkway. Rabbi Bruce S. Werohel. Caefer Berae.
Roberts.
WEST BROWARD JEWISH CONOR EOATION )m 7478 N* **$i
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celebration. Rabbi Stuart L. Sermon, Cantor Richard Brew*.


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jCC's Senior Singles Dance
toward the end of the summer.
Singtes Dance Party Admiasion for the Single8
* fOT 8 ftmmuS DanCe ta l2-6 **"" P6"00 f0f
it the Jewish Community Cmter memben and $3 ^ ^
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George and
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mul- by
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% be preset to offer an
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of contemporary music
'teach the latest in
6700.
The Jewish Community Center
a beneficiary agency that
W Hirn and line dancing receives funds from the Jewish
**'socializing and refresh- Federation of Greater Fort
also included in this Lauderdale through its United
for single seniors who are Jewish Appeal campaign.
and over.
Dance is a special summer
m for the newly initiated
Singles group at the
according to Laura
nan, Coordinator of Adult
*. The group is currently
bk a hill schedule of fall
ties which will be released
JCC Volunteer
of the Month
ISchulman. JCCs Volun-
i Month is pictured with
gles Staff member David
Paula has helped the
t's"Singles Scene" make it
tome known as a very
group in the area. The
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bpreciafire of Paula's help
fnning programs, dances,
fttrtainment
Senior Citizens:
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Gan, where he praised the calibre of studies in
JTrial of 22 Jewish Terrorists
puspended Until After Recess
By HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) The trial of 22
*t*d members of a Jewish terrorist underground is
ended until Sept. 16 when the courts reconvene
their summer recess. The prosecution raised no
ttns to the announcement June 27.
All but one of the defendants will remain in
Mir however. The court agreed to release on bail
Zar, a West Hank real estate dealer who has had
fn problems since he was attacked and beaten by
lbs.
/HE COURT ALSO decided to hold a separate
'or six of the defendants who are directly
Mted m the killing of three Arab students and
* 33 m an attack on the Islamic College in
n m July, 1983.
classes ranging from electronics to diamond
cutting, announced American ORT Federation
President Alvin L. Gray. During his tour,
Herzog joined a group of carpentry students
who were preparing their end-of-the-year class
projects.
HUMORIST HENRY
MORGAN will be the guest on
"Gary Wagner's Freilach Time"
on July 8, from 11 a.m. to noon
on WLQY Radio 1320 AM.
Morgan will discuss his reasons
for having lived in Canada for
several years, his early years in
radio and his youth as a Jew.
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North Ridge General Hospital
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the ages of 14 and 18. Anyone in-
terested should contact Fat
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