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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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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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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'Jemsti Ficridiati
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12- Number 13
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 1,1983
f id Shodt
Price 35 Cents
ISSING: 6,650 contributors
j than 6,600 persons who made contributions to
jited Jewish Appeal campaigns of the Jewish
ttion of Greater Fort Lauderdale in 1962 and 1981
their hands the success or failure of the 1983
__ for funds to help Jews in Israel, in North
fd anil elsewhere in the world
Campaign Cabinet meeting last week, with
Dgraphical area of North Broward represented,
lion s UJA General Chairman Ethel Waldman
I that 6,650 pledge cards are outstanding.
ch of those contributors just made the same
as in the previous year or years, the total would
fin in That amount would send the current cam-
f i over its goal of $4.3 million. It is this amount
been considered by the Federation's budget
alums in considering the needs of these de-
in Federation's support this year.
^uldman, applauding the Campaign Cabinet
lor their efforts to date and acknowledging
kg and appreciation of the Federation to them
Lib and everyone of the contributors to date,
|>)N> campaign as of March 21 had reached the
le\ 11 about $300,000 less than the total
nd contributed in 1982.
mount does not include $161,000 contributed
to the Special Israel Fund. This money goes directly to
Israel, over and above the two-thirds of allocated funds
that will be forwarded to the United Jewish Appeal for
the support of Israel's Jewish Agency, the Joint Distri-
bution Committee which carries on rescue, relief and re-
habilitation programs in 40 countries, and HI AS which
will be assisting 1,500 Jews from the Soviet Union, and
2,000 Jews from other areas.
With 22,470 pledges recorded, the total amount to
date represents a 17 percent increase over 1982's giv-
ing, with many "new" and "first-time" contributors in-
cluded in that number pledges received.
From the Gait Ocean Mile and the rest of the Fort
Lauderdale oceanside area to the western limits of
Broward county and from Plantation's stretch along
State Koad 84 to the northern limits of Broward at the
Palm Beach county line, and from the Women's Divi-
sion which encourages county-wide giving by women in
their own name, Mrs. Waldman heard encouraging re-
ports of the possibility of reaching the $4.3 million goal.
Mrs. Waldman was joined in her praise of the cam-
paign committees by Jean Shapiro, Federation presi-
dent. Both of the top leaders of the Federation noted
that we must go out and do more to aid our friends
and foil our enemies. Fort Lauderdale needs Israel
strong. Our efforts have been impressive in support of
Israel. We must continue work toward our objective."
Like the national Council of Jewish Federations
which sets up a Large City Budgeting Conference to
evaluate each year the activities of national organiza-
tions receiving financial aid from Federations around
the country, so too does the Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale have a budget and allocations committee.
This committee receives from all organizations, local,
national and from overseas, annual budgets. Hearings
are held at which top officials of the organizations ap-
pear before the committee to explain details of their
budgets which are reviewed by the committee. Their
budgets are analyzed after questioning, and their re-
quests for Federation funds are then validated in full or
in part, depending upon the merits of their planned pro-
grams for the year.
And it was just such careful examination that re-
sulted in the planned distribution of funds to be raised
during the 1983 campaign. It was the recommendation
of the budget and allocations committee, submitted to
the Federation's board of directors for approval, that
resulted in the determination to see $4.3 million as
Greater Fort Lauderdale's 1983 fair share support for
Jews in need around the world.
wonts pooco with Syria
rlen.se Minister Moshe Arens, who
amed Maj. Gen. Moshe Levi as chief of
Israel Defense Forces and is beefing
jigh command posts, has warned Syria
provocations. At the same time, he
^he hope Syrian leaders would confer
Dn peace talks.
that Israel has no intention of
fria, Arens told the Knesset Foreign
[Security Committee, that in the event
an belligerence, "the scope of Israeli
iild be dictated by Israel."
eanwhile, continues to be the key
an Israeli-Lebanese settlement,
lere were indications that Israel was
lisposed to some proposals that had
by Special U.S. Envoy Philip
so agreed to give the U.S. all
that its Defense Forces learned in
battling Soviet-made weaponry during the
warring in Lebanon last summer.
Press reports from the Middle East indicate that
Syria's president, Hafez al-Assad, is adamantly
opposed to withdrawing his 30,000 troops from
northern Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley if Israel
and Lebanon establish formal diplomatic, trade or
tourist links.
(In order to visit Beirut, following his meetings
in Israel, Mayor Ed Koch of New York, had to go
by helicopter from Tel Aviv to the U.S. aircraft
carrier in the Mediterranean Sea and then be
flown by another helicopter into the Lebanon
capital.)
Arena, noting Syrian President Assad's
intransigence, said he hoped Assad and his
leaders would confer with Israel on peace talks.
Syria, however, according to some military
experts, is under Soviet Union domination since
newly installed weapons in that state bordering
on Israel are being manned by Russians.
A thought
to remember
The following remark by Israel's Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir is worth remembering.
"We must be attentive to the voices of peace and
welcome them. But at the same time we must be able
to distinguish between attempts to deprive us of
both national and security assets on the pretext of
peace and between true and sincere expressions of a
desire for peace and co-existence."
piodtahnod for Holocamt iervtae
[history of the Holo-
ting kept alive in
ft Lauderdale. The
I the victims of the
still alive. The
(lions of survivors of
it disprove the out-
that are being foisted
ulic. lies that attempt
murder of millions,
ff them Jews during
riod of the Nazi era.
Jioa Day of Re-
I is Sunday, April
[40th anniversary of
{Ghetto Uprising.
education this
the Greater Fort
> includes several
emoraling the Holo-
fndudes a proclama-
Graham declaring
lays as "Days of Re-
fer the millions of
[the Holocaust." a
commemoration
Jewish and Christian
and Institutions
the National Con-
xhristians and Jews
(evening, April 6, at
Dmmunity College's
rrv
ist five observances
)f Remembrance will
Sunday, April 10, at
lb Am in Margate,
Israel in Sunrise,
I Beth Israel in Deer-
Temple Beth Torah
[and Temple Beth On-
*gs.
And there will be the Fort
Lauderdale premiere of Genocidt,
the 1982 Academy Award winner
for the best documentary feature,
Wednesday evening, April 13. at
the Galleria Theatre. 2630 E.
Sunrise Blvd. The film, narrated
by Elizabeth Taylor and Orson
Welles, was co-produced by the
Simon Wiesenthal Center of Cali-
fornia. Simon Wiesenthal. who
helped keep the memory of the
Holocaust alive, will be honored
at an April 11 reception at Turn-
licrry Isle.
At 8 p.m. Wednesday April 6
Holocaust Comerooration at
Bailey Hall. Broward Com-
munity College, in addition to
having remembrance service for
the victims, there will be a recog-
nition of liberators of Death
Camps and Righteous Gentiles"
who saved Jews from the concen-
tration camps.
Included on the program will
be Dr. Norman Morrison, photo-
graphic lecturer, with a presenta-
tion on 'Auschwitz Revisited:"
Frieda Jaffe. a Holocaust sur-
vivor; Fran Klauber, child of sur-
vivors; and Rev. Robert MfDer, a
camp liberator.
This Commemoration is co-
sponsored by a score of organiza-
tions throughout South Florida.
Temple Beth Ass
Temple Beth Am. in Margate,
in cooperation with the Holo-
caust Survivors Social Club of
South Florida, the Jewish
Federation and the Jewish Com-
munity Center, both of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, will com-
memorate the Holocaust with a
memorial service that will con-
clude with the chanting of the
memorial prayer. El MoUh
Rachamim by Beth Am's Cantor
Irving Grossman and the light-
ing of candles in memory of the
Six Million Martyrs, including
more than a million children.
Rose Hersh, a survivor, will
choir the program which will in-
clude presentations by Beth
Am's Rabbi Solomon Geld,
Cantor Grossmsn, Holocaust
Survivors President Sam
Dcsperak: Federation's
Lawrence Schuval, director of
community planning.
Arrangements for the
memorial service at Beth Am,
7205 Royal Palm Blvd.. Margate,
are being made by Rose Hersh,
chairman; Sam Martin, co-chair-
man, aided by Isaac Schlom-
kowiU and Miriam Fridman of
the Survivors Club.
Other Services
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz,
director of Federations
Chaplaincy Commission, wui
speak at the observance at
Temple Beth Torah. Tamarac
Jewish Center at 11 a.m., Sun-
day. April 10.
That same day. Dr. David
Altschuler, "toJeMS
at Temple Beth Orr Coral
Springs, will complete his series
of talks with commentary on the
Holocaust at the morning ses-
sion.
Temple Beth Isarel in Sunrise
will have services at 2 p.m., Sun-
day. April 10, co-sponsored by
Federation, JCC, Central Agency
for Jewish Education and others.
Plans for this observance and the
one to be held that same after-
noon at Temple Beth Israel, Cen-
tury Village, Deerfield Beach, are
being completed.


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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday
Lawyers increase UJA giving100% /
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Alan Becker Ctoy S/uu Brian Sherr
TWENTY PERCENT INCREASE is what David and Shut
Saginor achieved when they once again hosted a cocktail a
for their neighbors in their International Village community
lAuderhill. They have been hosting parties for many yeartk
UJA and this one, requiringa $300-minimum commitment!
the I9H1 UJA campaign, produced a 20 percent increase on
what they and their neighbors committed to the 1982
paign. Now they and Godfrey Wolf and Maurice Ax
named as chairmen to succeed International Village's Hi
Ijeibo. are setting their sights on a 1964 campaign to doasi
as Hilda has done.
AMONG OTHERS joining in the Attorneys
Difision tribute to Congressman Shaw (second
fntm right I were ifrom left) State Sen. Peter
Wcinstein. District Attorney Michael Satz, State
Representative Peter Deutsch. and extreme right,
Norman Ostrau.
Presented with a shofar as a
token of their appreciation for his
support of Israel, U.S. Rep. E.
Clay Shaw. R-Fort Lauderdale.
promised the Attorney's Division
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale he
would sound the shofar when he
returns to Washington.
Congressman Shaw received
the gift at the annual dinner
meeting of the Attorneys Divi-
sion March 20 on behalf of the
1983 United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. Over 100 persons were in
attendance for the event at the
Rahia Mar during which the
Emanu-El Sisterhood plans 'Donor*
The Sisterhood of Temple
KmanuEl. 3245 W. Oakland
Park Blvd.. Lauderdale Lakes,
presents its annual Donor
Luncheon on Tuesday. April 19.
at Brooks Restaurant in Deer-
field Reach. A program of song
and dramatic readings by two
former California stage and film
stars. Kalbi Kurt Stone of West
Itrow.ird Jewish congregation
and his wife. Judith Clair. will be
presented.
All proceeds support the Reli-
gious School oftht Temple.
Transportation from the
Temple will be available for those
in need. Members, their guests
and friends are invited to attend.
For further information call
Janice Nenkin at 563-6726.
ABMDI schedules
open meeting
lawyers pledged a 100 per cent
increase over the total the divi-
sion contributed to the 1982 cam- .
paign.
During his talk, Rep. Shaw as-
sured his audience that the U.S.
and Israel must remain firm allies
and he would do all in his power
to help achieve that continuing
mutual trust. He said Israel is
the U.S. asset in the troubled
Middle Cast region.
Attorney Brian Sherr is chair-
man of the Attorneys Division.
Dinner chairman was Attorney
Alan Becker. He made the pres-
entation to Rep. Shaw Among
the audience were Broward
District Attorney Michael Satz
and two of Broward's Legislative
delegation: State Sen. Peter
V\ einberg of Coral Springs, and
State Rep. Peter Deutsch of Sun-
rise.
Cypress Chase B
announces UJA event


OAKLAND HILLS HONOREES: Gus and Miriam Spindlen
the plaque presented by Ely Wishnick, chairman of the OaklandM
United Jewish Appeal Committee, at the recent fundraiser for(*]
campaign being conducted by the Jewish Federation ofUnattrFti
haudenlulc. The large turnout for the meeting was a tribute to It]
Spindlen, to a spirit of solidarity for the State of Israel and tot
efforts of the Margate community's committee which indudedt
lierkman. Arnold Ratner. Maxuvll Adler. Temple Beth
president. Alfred Cohen, and Bill Katzberg who is a co-chairmani
Crenter Margate Area UJA committee.
The Ashkelon chapter of the
American Red Magen David
IARMDII of Israel is holding a
Nfwcial meeting designed to in-
lorm singles and couples inter-
ested in ARMDI. The open
nM-eting is being held Tuesday,
April 12, 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center in the Samuel
W
Sorcf Hall, located at 6501
Sunrise Blvd.. Plantation.
A program of musical enter
tainmenl and refreshments will
complete the evening. Tenor
Alex Redhill will present a
program of classical and popular
songs, accompanied by Giselle at
the piano.
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Friday. April 1,1968
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie

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Federation President's
Passover Greeting ^H
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V^^H MB ./^an Shapiro
Dr. Robert Segaul and bis wife, Susan, were;
presented with an Israeli hand-crafted Hanuka
menorah at the March 20 Sunday Brunch given in
| their honor by the Plantation Community's 19831
; United Jewish Appeal Campaign Committee.
Pictured with the Segauls are Dr. Robert Grenitz
(left), last year's Plantation Community honoree,
and Joel Reinstein, one of several Plantation UJA
I committee co-chairmen.
In tribute to the Segauls and to their
expression of solidarity for the State of Israel and
|judaism. those in attendance pledged $69,000
which, added to previously pledged commitments
to the campaign, brought Plantation's UJA total
to date to $151,000 with the campaign continuing
in an effort to exceed $180,000. The total dollar
response to date far surpasses the total raised in
the community in 1982.
Dr. Segauls brother, Dr. Arthur Segaul,
offered the invocation with a testimonial to his
brother's and sister's-in-law dedication to
Judaism. Also present at the Sunday Brunch
were the Seiraul's four children, Robin, John,
Jimmy, and Jennifer
The president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdaie, Jean Shapiro, extending the Federation's deep ap-
preciation to the more than 22,000 families who have made a
commitment to the 1963 United Jewish Appeal, offered this
greeting to the entire Jewish Community for a happy and sweet
Passover season:
"It seems to me that the age-old Passover Haggadah story is
the best exemplification of the persistent manner in which Ju-
daism adapts to the ever-changing challenges of human exis-
tence yet never loses sight of the ancient heritage.
"A Pesach commorating the happenings in Egypt and the
Exodus is a useless artifact if it does not lead us to commend
the ideals of our people to a humanity impoverished of reasona-
ble ideals.
"Human bondage must be ended. We pray for the Soviet Jew
who yearns for the freedom of a world without oppression.
"Our responsibilities cannot be set aside whether it be feed-
ing the hungry, reaching out to the Soviet Jews, or seeking
peace for all Israel. Without peace, we might as well as forsake
the opening of the doors to our homes to Elijah. United we are
strong ... we are one people indivisible with one heart. and
as we strive for that great day of peace, may your days during
this Passover season and far beyond this season remain
joyous ones."


PARTICIPANTS at the Plantation Community
\U.IA brunch included Alan Levy (left) and Dr.
{Arthur Seiiout, brother of the honoree, Dr. Robert
Segaul and his wife, Susan, pictured with the
menorah presented to them.
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Friday. April 1.1983
Volume 12
18NISAN5743
Number 13
Federation's Women's
Division sots annual
elections April 11
Felice Sincoff has been nominated for re-election as
president and executive vice president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. The Division's SMOSJ meeting, election and
installation of officers and directors will take place at 11
a.m., Monday, April 11 at Mrs. Sincoffs home in The
Woodlands.
Announcement of the entire slate of nominees was
made by the Nominating Committee chairman Florrie
Straus whose committee included Gladys Daren, Lillian
Hirsch. Carolyn Gutman. Miriam Klaimite. Esther
Lerner.JoanOkun.
THE NOMINEES
President: Felice Sincoff
Executive Vice President: Felice Sincoff
Community Relations Vice President: Dee Harm
Education Vice President: M in G rum an
Historian: Anne Monarch
Corresponding Secretary: Lee Drefling
Recording Secretary: Roily Weinberg
Financial and By-Laws Secretary: Reba ShoU
Nominating Committee Chairman: Florrie Straus
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Connie Abraham
Alvera Ackerberg
Rita Bernstein
Myra Biben
Sybil Brock
Pola Brodzki
Rose Brovver
Florence Cohen
Elise Dolgow
Hilda Edelman
Rita Ellman
Ruth Eppy
Harriet Falk
Lucille Feenberg
Esther Furman
Beatrice Fligelman
Jean Ghertner
Hilda Goldmark
Barbara Goldstein
Freda Goldstein
Carolyn Gutman
Gus Halem
Miriam Kalett
Evalyn Kalmov.it/
Bess Katz
Fran Katz
Clara Kissel
Miriam Klaimitz
Irene Kronick
MimiLazar
Sylvia Leber
R ho nn if Leder
Esther Lerner
Gladys Less
Marsha Levy
Marjorie Lichtenstein
Lillian Marcus
Rose Mehlman
Claire Mitchel
Jean Nauriaon
Blanche Obletz
Joan Okun
Charlotte Padek
Pearl Reinstein
Miriam Ring
Trudy Rose
Carolyn Russell
CeilSeclig
Susan Segaul
Hazel Sharenow
Dot tie Sherman
Claire Socransky
Carol Steingard
Shirley Wainer
Eva Wittcoff
Nominated to become Life Members are:
Lillian Hirsch Jean Shapiro Ethel Waldman
Previously elected Life Members are: Celis Goldfarb, Billie
Koffman, Hildreth Levin, Helene Soref.
WOMEN'S DIVISION BYLAWS
Section II. Nominating and Election (officers and directors):
A (Officers aid Directors shall be elected by the general
membership at tne Annual Meeting from a slate presented by
the Nominating Committee to the Board of Directors in the
Spring and mailed to all members of the Women's Division no
less than 14 days before the election meeting.
(Publication of the slate in this issue of the Jewish Floridian of
Greater Fort Lauderdale which is mailed to more than 21,000
contributors to the Federation meets this requirement.)
Hi Other nominations may be made in writing by 25 members
of the Women's Division, provided that the consent of the
nominee be obtained. Such nominations shall be sent to the
Recording Secretary at least five days before the Election
Meeting.
C) Officers and Directors shall take office at the Installation
Meeting.
The annual open meeting for Election and Installation of
Officers and Directors is scheduled for Monday, April 11, at 11
a.nfi. at the home of Felice Sincoff, 4804 Kumquat Dr., Tamarac
(Woodlands). Installing Officer will be Celia Goldfarb: chairman
of the day is Esther Lerner.
Nancy and Fred Goldstein
have been named chairmen of the
1983 Young leadership Retreat
of the Young I .ciders hip Division
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
They will be recruiting at least
a dozen families of Greater
Lauderdale to attend the week-
end retreat May 13-15 at the
Grenelefe Resort in Haines City,
just south of Orlando.
The Sixth Annual United Jew-
ish Appeal Florida Young
Leadership Conference is
sponsored by the Council of Jew-
ish Federations, the Florida
Association of Jewish Federa-
tions and the Florida office of the
United Jewish Appeal-
Hundreds of young leaders
from all over Florida will attend
the sessions which will be
highlighted by having Danny
Siegel. noted poet, author, lec-
turer, as scholar in-residence, and
with Mark Talisman, director of
the Washington Action office of
the Council of Jewish
Federations, keynoting the
theme of the Friday through
Sunday sessions: "Jusaism and
Israel-A Light unto the
Nations?"
The program of activity in-
cludes a special Shabbat exper-
ience, workshops, a political up-
date, and. in an effort to en-
courage family participation.
siKtial creative programming
for children will be available.
Some of those children's acti-
vities may come right out of the
First, Second and Third Jewish
Catalogues, since Danny Siegel is
one of the contributing editors of
that publication. He calls himself
"the most famous unknown Jew-
ish poet in America." though his
work has appeared in several
Imoks. and in nationally-distri-
buted magazines. He is also the
instigator of a creative tzedakah
program he originated eight
years ago. He says, "if our
younger generation doesn't get
involved with tzedakah, then
they are lost. The only organiza-
tion leaching the value of giving
is the Jewish Federation. With
Young Leadership programs,
they are making it in an im-
lrtant field that few other Jew-
ish groups are touching."
Mark Talisman is the found-l
and continues to be an instruct!
at the John F. Kennedy ItutS
of Politics program for freaS
Congressmen, which is conductS I
every two years at HarvaSi
University immediately follows-
November elections. A fellow]
the Institute, he continues f
teach seminars and courses am
Federal legislative process |
Harvard.
Scott Barnett of Miami
member of the National Your*]
leadership Cabinet, will serveu
chairman of the conference Co.
chairs include Jack H. Levine of
Miami and Carol Goss oil
Orlando, a member of thJ
National Young Women i
leadership Cabinet.
The Young Leadenka|
coordinator for the Jews]
Federation of Greater Foitj
lauderdale. Mark Silv*(
man. can be reached at tatl
Federation. 748-8200 fi|
further information.
Gounsul General Arnon to speak at Technion reception
Joel Arnon, Israel Consul
General for the State of Florida,
will be the guest speaker at a
cocktail reception being given by
the American Technion Society's
Greater Fort Lauderdale Chapter
in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Levine of Tamarac.
The reception will take place on
Wednesday. April 13 at Pier 66
Hotel and Marina. Reservations
are required. The charge will be
$18 per person. Interested parties
should contact Harry Brody, re-
ception chairman, at 566-5575 or
Dr. Irving Greenberg at 752-
2255.
Dr. and Mrs. Levine are mem-
bers of the American Technion
Society of Founders and have
long been active in Jewish com-
munal affairs They are being
honored for their commitment to
Israel and to the ideals and ob-
jectives of the Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology.
Consul General Arnon has had
a distinguished diplomatic career
and has gained a reputation for
his keen insight into and presen-
tation of the political situation in
the Middle East.
The Technion is Israel's only
university devoted exclusively to
technological education, reseuaj
and development and has beau
the hub of most technok
progress made in Israel.
For additional infor
contact the American Te
Society at 868-5666 in Mia
Beach.
U.S. banssak
The American Jewish
gress says kss "gratified" byt
decision of the U.S. Departo
of Commerce to deny an exp
license requested by the
Co. lo sell transport planes I
Libya.
In a letter to Secretary of (
mcrcc Malcolm Baldridge,
Baum. assosiate executive
rector of AJCongress, called I
government's rejection of
license application correct
necessary.' He said "Libya*
persistence in initiating, aidii
and abutting international I
ism rules out U.S. dealings i
that country."
JWB PANEL STUDYING EDUCATION IN
CENTERS: Morton L Mandel of Cleveland
Islanding), former national president ofj WB and
the Council of Jewish Federations, has been
named chairman of a JWH Commission on
mnximu-ng 'he Jewish educational effectiveness
of community center,, Announcement of his
anoomtment m made hy Esther Leah Riu
(leftI. JWB president, who is pictured
Sidney Busis of Pittsburgh, and David Du*
Tenafly. NJ.. executive director of the^3
the Palinodes. Riu said the commission w**"l
an 18-month study with S3 Jewish leaders I**
communities taking part. Next meeting
held %1ay 1-2 in Manhattan when 27morel
are expected to ioin in the study


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From the Oceanaide to the West side, women gathered in their
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ntributing at least a "Minyan of Chai" (10 times $18 equals 1180) to
1983 United Jewish Appeal campaign of the Women s Division of
j Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale. The result: a 60
rcent increase in giving by the women who attended the Mar 16
inside Champagne Brunch to hear Delia Rosenberg of the Florida
gional UJA Campaign Cabinet, and those who joined Muni Lazar
, her home (pictured right) in The Woodlands where Larry Schuval,
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i Katz, Miriam Ring, Ross Brower.
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Israel 35 at the JCC
.Some of the pets at 1982 Israel Independence Day at JCC
Israel Independence Day will be celebrated Sunday, April 24,
at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
6501 W. Sunrise Boulevard, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Everyone in the community is invited to join the festivities at
"Israel for a Day," to shop the Shuk (marketplace), lunch or
snack on felafel, hot dogs and other foods, play carnival games,
compete in or watch the sport of your choice, see memorable
exhibits and enjoy entertainment by singers, dancers (including
belly dancers), story tellers and musical combos!
AU this and more takes place
on the Perlman Campus to cele-
brate the 35th Birthday of the
State of Israel Yom Haatz-
maut.
Heading up a large committee
of volunteers to ensure a gala
party are Ivy and Larry Levine,
and Susan and Rick Nathanson,
who are happy to report that
there will be something for every-
one at Israel Independence Day
83!
The youngest will enjoy
petting zoos and pony rides plus
a big costume parade. School age
children can participate in an
archaeological dig and compete in
or watch exciting Maccabiah
games involving the youth
groups of JCC, other community
organizations and Hebrew
Schools. To kick off these games,
a special balloon release is being
planned for 2 p.m.
In the Shuk there will be many
precious boutique items which
will be on sale, souvenirs of Israel
and Judaica, including posters,
jewelry, handmade woven hang-
ings and pillows, balloons, books,
dolls and baked goods. There will
also be a caricaturist's booth
where personalized drawings will
be done.
Carnival games and booths on
Jerusalem Street will have all the
popular action varieties and will
be run by the youth groups
themselves. On stage, a little
beyond Jerusalem Street, a
number of specialty acts will .be
performed on a schedule in-
cluding the Cypress Chase
Chora leers, Kurt and Judy Stone,
the Village Royalettes. Nat and
Ida Wolf son in Israeli Dances,
Kol Ami Children's Choir, S Belly
Dancing Troupe, Yaacov Sassi, a
comedienne, and an orchestra.
Informal singing and dancing
throughout the day will add to
the holiday atmosphere.
Additionally, in tribute to the
memory of the Holocaust, every-
one is urged to visit the special
gallery in Soref Hall, displaying
sn extensive collection of Holo-
caust Iraeli art which may be
seen and is available for pur-
chase.
Community participation it
encouraged. For further informs
tion call JCC at 792-6700.
TAKE THE BUS Call
Sarah for information on
transportation to the JCC on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
NOTE: Registration or in-
formation about any of the pro-
grams mentioned in the articles
below may be obtained by calling
the Jewish Community Center at
792-6700 and speak to Judy
Tekel.
JCC ACTIVITIES
FOR APRIL
The Health sad Recreation De-
partment of the JCC has devel-
oped its spring into summer pro-
grams for every member of the
family.
PRESCHOOL
Tiny Tat Fitness 18
to 36 months. A parent and child
physical education experience,
Monday or Wednesdsy. 10:80-
11:30 a.m.. begins April 11 and
13.
Pre School Olympics 2, 3 and
4. An hour of fitness, gymnastics
and games. Monday or Wednes-
day, 12:30-2 p.m., begins April 11
and 13.
Mommy and Me Swim 12 to
16 months. Parent assistance re-
quired. A water orientation pro-
gram, Monday and Wednesday,
11:15 a.m. 12:15 p.m or Tuesday
and Thursday, 2:30-3:30 p.m.,
legins Week of April 11.
Pre School Swiss 2 to 5. Par-
ent assistance required. Swim
skills and safety precautions ac-
cented. Monday and Wednesday,
12:30-1:30 p.m., or Tuesday and
Thursday, 1:30-2:30 p.m., begins
Week of April 11.
ELEMENTARY
Ckesrlaadiag K to 3. Learn
basic cheerieading routines.
Monday and Wednesday. 6-6
p.m..begins April 11
Cs-Ed T-BeH K to 3. Sports
league returns for its fourth
season. Monday and Wednesday.
4:30-6p.m .begins April 11
riilnl milillig 4. 6. 6 Co-Ed.
Beginners' gymnastic develop-
ment mat work and balance
beam. Tuesday or Thursday. 4-6
p.m., begins April 19 and 21
Dsgasasi Swimming 6 years
and over, Co-Ed. An American
Red Cross Beginner Swim dssa
Tuesday and Thursday, 4-5 p.m..
begins April 12.
Advanced Beginner Swimming
6 years and over, Co-Ed. Must
have passed Red Cross Beginner
course. Tuesday and Thursday,
5-6 p.m., begins April 12.
Intermediate and Swimmer 6
years and over, Co-Ed. Must
have passed, and show proof of
Advanced Beginner if enrolling
for Intermediate show proof
of passing Intermediate, if enroll-
ing in Swimmer. Tuesday and
Thursday, 67 p.m., begins April
12.
Youth Gymnastics 7 and over,
Co-Ed. Mat work and balance
beam. Tuesday or Thursday, 5-6
p.m., begins April 19 and 21.
Beginners Tennis for Youth 7
and over, Co-Ed. Development
program. Monday, 4-5 p.m., be-
gins April 11.
Intermediate Tennis for Youth
7 and over, Co-Ed. For those with
previous instruction. Monday, 5-
6 p.m., begins April 11.
All tennis classes limited to a
maximum registration of 10.
FOR THE TWEENS
April 10, Sunday. 6:30-9 p.m.,
Mark Twain Riverboat Pizza
Hoase. Staff supervised. Van
leaves the JCC promptly at 6:30
p.m.
April 17, Sunday, 1-5 p.m., Ever-
glades Holiday Park: A one hour
ride through the Everglades in an
airboat. followed by a barbecue.
FOR THE TEENS-
April 20, Wednesday, 7-10 p.m.,
Grand Prix.
April 9-10, Saturday night, 8
p.m. through Sunday morning, 8
a.m. Teen Dance and Overnight.
AND FOR TWEENS AND
TEENS-
April 5, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Like A
Dolphin Oat Of Water: The
Miami Dolphins take on the Po-
lice All-Stars in a basketball
game!
ADULT
Adah Water Activity Program
Co-Ed. Includes water exer-
cises. Red Cross standards, swim
instruction for all levels, Monday
and Wednesdays, 10-11 a.m.. be-
gins April 11.
Aerebidae 1. 2. 3 day-a week
option. Monday, Wednesday.
Friday. 9:15-10:15 a.m., begins
April 11. ^^
Eveaiag Co-Ed Aerobic*
Wednesday. 89 p.m.. begins
April 27. ;
A*sH VaessVCe-Ed Sunday.
9:30-10:30 or 10:30 to 11:30 a.m..
begins May 1.
Man's Bsaarrsafl Lsagss -
Wednesday. 6:30-9:30 p.m., be-
gins April 6.
5th Women's Day Special.
"Woman Aad Their BodieTwith
Dr. Ana Tomayo. Register by
Aprfl8. '
April 13, Wednesday, 9:30-11:30
a.m.
Saaday Cinema Mask aad
Movies JCC's Sunday after-
noon at the movies presents A
Journey to Jerusalem with Leon-
ard Bernstein and Isaac Stern.
April 17. Sunday, 1:30 p.m.
Family Life Series "Liking
Yourself' with Debra Frank.
MSW. member of Jewish Family
Service.
April 18, Monday, 8 p.m.
Monthly Travelogue Enjoy a
tour of Greece and Greek Islands
via film and discussion.
April 21, Thursday, 1 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Club Israeli
Cabaret Night, an exciting eve-
ning of dancing, entertainment,
singing and Israeli delicacies, as
Soref Hall becomes a Mid-East-
ern Night Club. Call Anna-Jean.
Pre-registration is a must!
April 23, Saturday, 8 p.m.
OVER THIRTY
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Four on Four Basketball
League competition for 10 weeks.
Participants must be over 30
years of age and in good condi-
tion. Thursday. 8:30-10 p.m.. be-
gins April 7.
SENIOR ADULT
Senior Fitness and Cardiovascul-
ar Exercise. Monday, 10-11 a.m.,
begins April 11.
ALL AGES
Co-Ed Scuba Diving, Ages 10 to
adult. Full certification SCUBA
course, p.a.d.i. approved.
Section 1 Sunday, 10 a.m-
noon, six sessions, begins April
10.
Section II Wednesday, 7-9
p.m., six sessions, begins April
13.
Co-Ed Self Defense, 9 and over.
Psychological approaches to
avoid confrontation, one-to-one
body contact. Tuesday, 8-9 p.m.,
begins April 12.
Issues Without Answers
Thursdays. 10:15-Noon.
West Palm Beach Trip April
13, Wednesday. 8:45 a.m.-4:30
p.m.
A two week Summer Vacation for
Senior Adults. Lake Como, Pa.,
August, 17-31! Call Laura for
information and registration.
The JCC announces Spring Va-
cation Days with the following
exciting events and trips for the
young set:
Story Lady Theatre. Friday.
April 1.
One Way Puppet Theater,
Wednesday. April 6.
Mark Twain Pizza Hoase, Thurs-
day, April 7,
"Afory Popping." Friday. April*,
movie. Each day 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Chuck JCC for fees.
TWEEN ACTIVITIES at the
JCC during Vacation Days are
JEWISH
COMMUNITY
CENTER
OF GREATER
FORT LAUDERDALE, INC
highlighted by three Waj
days in Tampa! The JCC
leaves 9:30a.m. Wedi
April 6 heading down AUu
Alley towards Sarasota stoL
at Busesi Gardens. AdvenuS
land and Tarpon Spring!
trip includes all meals,
and admissions, plug'
modations for two nights it a
Tamps JCC. Returns FnZl
4:30 p.m.
Jewish Heritage Tour of Sam J
May 3-17 with stops at fcUT
Seville-Torreroolinos, Co
Toledo and more in a mar
itinerary. Call Laura Hoch
for additional information
brochure.
Singles Specials
meeting and brainstorming
sion for a growing group.
11, Monday, 8 p.m.
Ethno-Therapy The
logical study of your back,..
Wine and cheese served. April
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Spring Fever Dance The]
live D.J. has you spin
around. Free beer, wine andi
dues! April 16, Saturday, 91
Single* Dineout At ChR,
Mexican Restaurant. Call Si
before April 22 for reser
April 27, Tuesday, 7 p.m.
SINGLE PARENT PROGS
Financial Management Ani
teresting and informitl
evening with Michael Weii_
treasurer of the JCC Apt]
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
Single Parent Planning Br
A monthly bagel break, l
ning the future events. April
Sunday, 10:30a.m.-12:30p.m.]
Ride 'N Roast Hay ride. |
sher weenie roast. April 17, \
day, 2-5 p.m.
Parenting and The Singh I
Augusta Zimmerman, AC
facilitate April 20, Wedneskjjj
p.m.
Let's Get Physical Fitomi
sauna at the Bodyworks. lot]
Plantation. April 23, Satur '
p.m.
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April 7, Thursday. 8 p.m.
Mardi Gras Dam* Bob I
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Franklin. April 9, Saturdij'.J
p.m.
Do-Drop-Inn to pan.
logy. Elaine Stampler, tp
ApriH4.Thursday.8pin.
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^ASSOVER FUND: Anna Jean
Urden, Hebrew Day School
Passover Food Drive chair-
trson; Belle Harden, Michael
Samantha CandiotU
with Sandra Friedland.
VECARE coordinator, to tell her
vend Dish Supper At Mary
nn's. April 17, Sunday, 6 p.m.
LL SINGLES:
eli Dancing JCC presents
i Sassi. April 19, Tuesday,
i.m.
Lib Rap Groups May 1,
(jnday,8p.m.
eniors: 55 and over
Lub
Lery Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. mem-
s 55 and over.
112 Israeli Independence
rty. Entertainment, Israeli
sand wine.
19 two movies: "Does
one Need Me Any More?"
i Maureen Stapleton; 'I'm a
V with Ron Howard.
26 Birthday and anni-
krsary celebrations, and dancing
|illi Sol and Lil Brenner.
rilER SENIOR EVENTS:
ilk and Israeli Dancing
sndays. 7-9 p.m. and Weataes-
ys, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
al Dancing Thursdays,
1-3 p.m.
i Tax Assistance Program
tip in Tilling out your 1982 tax
Mirn, Monday and Friday
augh April 15, from 10 a.m. to
m.
nior Adult Lounge Open
|ery Tuesday afternoon, 1-3
of the Hebrew Day Schools
annual Passover food drive. The
money was donated to the Pott-
over boxes being distributed by
the WECARE Volunteer Service
Program. This donation fulfills
the mitzvah of tzedahah that the
children are taught.
Dora Feller. Rote Rubin, Henry Pavony, Fran Rosen
Cypress Chase A nears
UJA 30% increase
When it comes to showing support for the State of Israel, give credit
to the residents of Cypress Chase A. Despite the constant radio and
TV announcements of tornado watch Wednesday night, March 16,
over 300 residents packed the Condo A clubhouse for a night of
entertainment, honoring four of their neighbors, and pledging over
$10,000 to the 1983 United Jewish Appeal campaign. The committee
chaired by Sylvia and David Tyler is continuing the campaign to
attain the 30 percent increase over last year's total commitment from
the community.
Following a charming home-talent production of Fiddler on the
Roof. Cypress Chase A honored Dora Feller, Rose Rubin, Henry
Pavony, Fran Rosen for their dedication to the Jewish quality of ufe.
WE ARE ONE|
Jewish Federation
Sylvia and David Tyler
DOROTHY AND CHARLES
LOCKE were honored by a gift
from their children of a litho-
graph entitled "Slavery to Freed-
om" by Egbi, which wot hung in
the Samuel Soref Hall of the Jew-
ish Community Center. The
lithograph wot donated to the
Center in honor* xtf Mr. Ldcke's
80th birthday by hit children:
Mr. and Mrt. A.L. Neuberger, Jr.
of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrt.
Robert Fairman of Milwaukee,
Wit.; Mr. and Mrt. James Cowen
of Houston, Tex. Alto pre tent at
the dedication were grandchil-
dren: Mr. and Mrt. Richard
Qedman, Robert Neuberger,
James Cowen and great-grand-
child Juttin Locke Neuberger.


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Tamarac Jewish Center was
the setting for a Solidarity Day
rally to coincide with the begin-
ning of a three day International
Conference on Soviet Jewry held
in Jerusalem. The theme. "A day
to speak out for Soviet Jewry,"
was designed to show that people
everywhere axe aware of .the
plight and will continue to fight
to get the government of the
USSR to permit Jews to live and
worship as Jew and to relax re-
strictions for those wishing to
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Chairman Harold Vigdor,
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chairmen Joe Nelkin and Reuben
Strashinsky directed the plans
for the March 15 program
Heading the list of celebrities
was master of ceremonies, Oscar
Goldstein. Tamarac Mayor
Walter W. Falck read a
proclamation of March 16 as
Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day.
Isaac SchlomkowiU of the Holo-
caust Survivors social club pre-
sented a dramatic reading, "The
Crv of Russian Jewry." Esther
Yom Ha'atzmaut
to be celebrated
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Israel of Deerfield Beach wfll
, honor Yom Haatzmaut. Israel
Independence Day, with a special
"Salute to Israel" program on
Thursday. April 14. at 12:30.
A musical program and book
review will be presented and re-
freshments will be served.
EB lodge observes 'Solidarity Day9
Cannon, representing Hadassah,
stressed that the only crime be-
ing committed by Soviet Jews "is
teaching Hebrew and practicing
their religion."
Sol Robinson of the B'nai
B'rith traced the efforts over the
past 35 years of Jews of the U.S.
to reach and convince U.S. lead-
ers to take action to alleviate the
plight of Soviet Jewry.
The program concluded with
sending of telegrams to President
Reagan, Secretary George
Shultz, and also to leading per-
sonalities in the U.N. and world
leadership.

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lander dale
Browsin' Thru Broward
with Maggie
T
Frki*y. Aprfl i
Joel and Pearl Reins tein
Busy busy there's
hardly a person in all of South
Florida who's as involved and as
busy as Joel Rctasteb of
Plantation and of the law firm of
Capp, Reinstein and Kopelowitz.
Among other activities, he's a
vice president of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, chairman of its
Project Renewal committee
supervising by flying there
frequently the "twinning" of
Fort Lauderdale with renewal
development of neighborhoods in
Israel's Kfar Sabacity; chairman
of North Broward State of Israel
Bond Committee, and a week ago
Sunday making certain he was at
the UJA brunch in Plantation
honoring Dr. Robert Segaul and
Susan Segaul, and catching up
with the lawyers that night
rying UJA tribute to U.S. Rep.
Clay Shaw ... So it is with
extra pleasure that Browsin"
joins so many others who've been
wishing mazel tov, happiness and
great joy to Joel and his charm-
ing wife, Pearl, on the birth dur-
ing mid-March of their third
child, Mindy Beth.
Drew Waldman, son of Ethel
and Edward Waldman of Fort
Lauderdale, is developing a
townhouse complex, Village
Town, at 4900 NW 9th St.,
Pom pa no Beach George G.
Berman, president of New mar
Building Corp., plans con-
struction of a 48-apartment
building in May to add to the
Royal Park Gardens complex at
6600 Royal Palm Blvd. in
Margate New book getting
good reviews is Temple, a novel
of Jewish life, by Robert Green-
field Newlyweds and others
looking for a basic cookbook
should consider Easy Reader
Cookbook, $8.95, published by
Broward Center for the Blind.
Call 463-4217. All profit goes to
the Center.
Isaac Stern, who'll perform
May 2 in Fort Lauderdale,
received an honorary doctorate
last month from Tel Aviv
University ADL's national
director, Nathan Perlmutter,
hailed the court order deporting
former Fort Lauderdale resident
Feodor Federanko, former Nazi
guard at the Treblinka death
camp. He said it should be a
warning to "all other Nazi war
criminals in the U.S. that they no
longer can escape retribution for
their atrocities' Bin Green-
berg, who has lectured here, was
elected president of JWB Jewish
Book Council succeeding Dr.
Robert Gordis who lectured here
during the 1982 Midrasha
Lecture series.
Irving Suaaman of Aragon, a
Sunrise condo complex, went on a
personal door-to-door UJA
mission and brought $1,160 to
the Federation office at 8360 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. for the 1983
UJA campaign. Brings Aragon s
total up $2,320 Speaking of
UJA as Browsin' does so
often: Judith Krants, author of
those sensational and sensa-
tionally selling novels Princess
Daisy, Scruples, Mistral's
Daughter, spoke, during the mid-
508, at UJA fundraisers. Her big
pitch: give up cigarettes and give
the money saved to UJA.
Alan Gilman is sales director
for the Rexmere Village now in
its final phase of development at
State Rd. 84 and 117th Way .
Elizabeth Taylor will be
Senior Olympians
await opening
of games
Monday, April 11, at 10 a.m.
will signal the opening ceremon-
ies with an official torch lighting,
along with a parade of contes-
tants, for the Fifth Annual Senior
Olympics in Margate.
The invitation to participate
was extended to all Broward
County residents 60 years of age
and over. The Olympics will take
place at the Northwest Focal
Point Senior Center, 5750 Park
Drive, Margate.
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Community Calendar
TUESDAY, MARCH 29
FIRST DAY OF Passover
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30
SECOND DAY Passover
B'eei Brith Wobm
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THURSDAY, MARCH SI HADA88AH:
Temple Beth Israd-Saariee: Gflah Chapter: Boards,
Games, 12:30 p.m. Broward Savings, 5514 W
Friends for Life East Broward land Pk. Blvd., 10 a,ra.
Chapter: Meeting, Dr. T. W. _e~_u_ Haverke .
Tufts, Dye Auditorium of Holy Meeting, Sunrise SavkuTu
W. Schargsl was elected Cross Hospital. 4725 North Fed- w Oakland Pk. Blvd., 8 p.A <
president of Sunrise Lakes Phase era) Highway, Fort Lauderdale,
3 Men's Club Miles Burstyn, 7:45p.m. _____
following his Broadway perfor- ________ uitot*v "*
mances in Barnum, headed for -_m_v ao.ii t THURSDAY, APRIL?
Israel and Egypt to do another FRIDAY, APRIL 1 Temple Sbolom 8k*
Kuni Lemel film. This one to be B'nai B'rith Women Inverrary Board meeting, Temple
titled Kiwi Lemel in Cairo Chapter: Function, Broward 10 a.m.
Shoni and Rabbi PhilHpa A. Federal, University Dr., and Temple Beth land: Q,
Labowitz of Sunrise's Temple Sunrise Blvd. 12:30 p.m.
Beth Israel are leading a unique ________ Teaseee Beth Israel Iw
Jewish heritage tour Jury 28- unm.v ____ ? Beech: Donor luncheon, u
Aug. 9 to Spain. Brochures suw_AX,Arl_3 chairman, Helen Goldfarb
available at Temple office, 7110 Temple Kol Ami: Games, 6:30 1171, Crown Hotel, noon '
W. Oakland Park Blvd. With p.m.
the Challenger scheduled to Temple Beth Torah-Tamarac: Pkaaeer Women Neg~
rocket off into space next week. Games, 7 p.m. Boerd meeting, Broward Fa
it's interesting to note that ________ YHdtoh Cultural Gr
Judith Resnik, the first Jewish _.m.v i Lakee: Meeting, Main dubfc
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Florence and Morris Posner of TUESDAY, APRIL 5 [fe^t_uSSB _** ''
Margate received a lot of credit ,.<_, ORT N_5.' B^i
for the banner and posters which npoiscnvpo p n Bre*"d
proclaimed the dedication of the 0F PASSOVER Executive Commrtte.
Rabbi Solomon Geld Hebrew -------- Broward Federal.
School. Another form of volun- WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6 ,_- _.__!. _
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The Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pagre9
Martin lipnack reports on AIPAC session
U.S. Sen. Joseph Biden of
Delaware, a member of the
Senate for 11 years, was out-
spoken in his support for Israel
during the one-day March 20
Florida conference of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee (AIPAC) in Orlando.
Attorney Martin Lipnack of
Plantation, past president of the
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise,
was the North Broward AIPAC
representative in attendance at
the Conference during which
LNNINC WOMEN'S INSTITUTE: Josie Mowlen, assistant
Horof-IWB Support and Development, and Howard Wasserman,
training consultant, plan the inaugural JWB Women's
agemenl Institute to be held Sunday, April 10, through Tuesday,
112. at the YM-YWHA branch of Greater Philadelphia s Jewish
[nd (enters. Major objectives of the Institute will be to provide
agerial training for women employed in the Jewish Community
\tr field, assist career development and self-management, and
flop ongoing professional support.
Sens. Lawton Chiles and Paula
Hawkins, both of Florida, and
Congressman Jack Kemp of Buf-
falo were among those taking
part in workshop sessions.
Sen. John Glenn of Ohio, as he
has done at other meetings with
lewish leaders, said he was a firm
supporter of Isral, saying Israel
was probably the best ally the
U.S. has.
That fact was noted by
Thomas Dine, AIPAC's execu-
tive director, who reported that
Speakers Bureau set-up
by Riverside Chapels
in all measures introduced by the
U.S. in the United Nations
General Assembly sessions, Is-
rael has voted with the U.S. 86
per cent of the time, a far higher
percentage than that recorded by
the next best, England, and other
American allies.
Also attending the conference
was Congressman Larry Smith,
Broward's freshman Representa-
tive in Congress, who spoke of
the bias evidenced in some of the
actions taken by Defense Secre-
tary Caspar Weinberger in deal-
ing with Israel.
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Alfred Golden, executive vice
president of Riverside Memorial
Chapels, has announced that a
new panel of Jewish communal
workers from across the country
is currently available for
speaking assignments as part of
Riverside Speakers Bureau.
According to the head of the
bureau, Eli Topel, organizations
using the service over its first
year of existence have included
B'nai B'rith. ORT, Hadassah,
and National Council of Jewish
Women.
Topel is a past president of
B'nai B'rith, District One, and
serves on the group's interna-
tional board of governors.
Golden, associated with B'nai
B'rith and Jewish Federations
for 17 years in South Florida, is
a national commissioner of Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and sits on the board of
directors of Greater Miami,
Hollywood, and Greater Fort
Lauderdale Jewish Federations.
The Bureau offers speakers on
a wide range of Jewish subjects
from Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith to Zionism.
Sorrento
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Takes pleasure In wishing
all a Very Happy
Passover. We regret the
error the newspaper made
in printing an incorrect
advertisement in the last
issue.
r
}h HILLEL HONOREES: Lillian and Murray Hauser
Irf/v display the plaque presented by Florence Goldfarb
\tl. chairman of the Congregation Beth Hillel of Margate
ted Jewish Appeal campaign. The presentation took place
the March 20 Sunday Brunch with full congregational
nrt given to the 19HS UJA campaign.
Golden Anniversary
|lh and Morris Yudofsky of
ntion got un extra treat at
JDme of their daughter and
i-law Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
also <>f Plantation, when
in Bernard Keifman and his
Din-made choir'' last month
in the celebration of the
|Kk> golden wedding an-
niversary. The choir included Ben
Bergman. Julius.iflaschner, Paui
Grcnitz, Morris Wtintraub,
members of Temple Beth Israel
of Sunrise where the Yudofskys
are active. Also taking part in the
celebration were Beth Israel's
Rabbi Phillip Labowitz and Beth
Israel's Minyan group.
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Bmpano hterfaith to discuss Dead Sea Scrolls
Interpretations and influence
of the Dead Sea Scrolls will be
discussed by Pompano Beach
biblical scholars at the Pompano
Beach Interfaith meeting Tues-
day, April 12, at 10 a.m. in the
Social Hall of Temple Sholom.
132SEllthAve.
Participants will be Rev. Floyd
Sovereign of the Westkirk United
Presbyterian Church, Rabbi
Samuel April of Temple Sholom.
and a Catholic clergyman. Mod-
erator will be Esther Cannon,
Jewish representative on the In-
terfaith Committee.
Ever since the discovery of the
Dead Sea Scrolls almost four
decades ago, they have been the
subject of various interpreta-
tions, even arguments, as to their
influences and significance on the
Jewish and Christian religions.
Much interest has been aroused
over the years as to the original
intent of the Essenee sect respon-
sible for the Scrolls, and even
how great an influence were the
Essenes teachings upon Jesus'
own thinking.
The mting is open to the
public. Admission is free. Ques-
tions and comments will be wel-
come from the audience.
B'nai-B'not Mitzvahs
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Saturday, March 26 at Temple
Beth Orr, Coral Springs, marked
the B'nai Mitzvah of Daryl and
Amy Nathaaaon, children of Dr.
Melvyn and Sharon Nathanson
of Coral Springs.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
Alison Brettler, daughter of
Sandra Brettler of Sunrise, will
be called to the Bimah in honor of
her Bat Mitzvah on Friday eve-
ning, April 8 at Temple Beth Is-
rael, Sunrise.
JWV Auxiliary's National president
is on weekend visit to Miami
Carol Gold, president of the
Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, announces
that national president, Jeanette
L. Shapiro will make her official
visit to Florida the weekend of
April 9 at the Deauville Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Shapiro, a 34 year
member of the Jewish War
Veterans Ladies Auxiliary, is
presently a resident of Cypress,
Calif. Wm
Chairmen for the weekend visit
are national conductress Ceil
Steinberg and past department
president Leach Eisenman. A
special naturalization ceremony
will lake place with Judge Her-
bert Shapiro of the Federal Court
assisted by Naturalization Com-
missioner Milton Solo man in-
ducting new citizens into the
United States of America.
The Department's four county
Council Presidents, Marion
Stecker of Broward-Palm Beach
District; Pauline Duke from
Dade County; Minnie Posner of
Gulf Coast County, and Shirley
Sonne of the North Central Dis-
trict and presidents from 33 auxi-
liaries and members from
throughout Florida; will make
donations and presentations to
the Chaim Sheba Medical Center,
the West Point Jewish Chapel
Building Fund and the National
Memorial Shrine in Washington,
D.C. A tribute to the Holocaust
Memorial Day will be presented
by past national president
Frances Wapnick.
A luncheon in honor of their
national president's visit will be
held at the hotel at 1 p.m.
Entertainment will be provided
by courtesy of the Flagler
Federal Savings and Loan.
The Auxiliary on Monday
morning at 10 will have breakfast
and visitation at the Miami Vete-
rans Administration Medical
Center under the direction of
Evelyn LeVine and Ida Kadin,
state hospital chairman. Presen-
tations will be made to the hos-
pital during the visit by various
auxiliaries in honor of their na-
tional president's visit. Accep-
tance will be made by Reba
Wilson, director of the Veterans
Administration Medical Center's
Vountary Services. Jewish
Chaplain of the Medical Center
Rabbi Allen Mervis will partici-
pate at the breakfast.
Jewish High School
announces dinner event
Richard Levy, president of the
Jewish High School of South
Florida, announced that the
school's first dinner will be held
May 1 at Friedland Ballroom of
Temple Emano-El, Miami Beach.
Levy said the dinner committee
will* be headed by Harry "Hap"
Levy and Alfred Golden, assisted
by Roberta Kutler. Elbe Hatz,
vice president of the school, and
Charlotte Hrodie.
The dinner will bring together
parents, friends and faculty.
The Jewish High School was
established through a grant by
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in cooperation with
the Jewish Federation of South
Broward and the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Richard Levy
It is the only high school in North
America, sponsored by Women's
American ORT and American
ORT Federation. Rabbi Louis
Herring is principal
At Saturday morning worship
services on April 9, Ronald Goid-
ia, -son of Dr. Sylvan and Ruth
Goldin of Plantation, will be
called to the Torah on the occa-
sion of his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Beth Israel in Sunrise.
TEMPLE
SHA'ARAYTZEDEK
Eric Keen, son of Cynthia and
Matthew Kean of Lauderhill, will
be called to the Torah to chant
his ilaftorah in honor of his Bar
Mitzvah during Saturday
morning worship services on
April 9 at Temple Sha'aray
Tzedek, Sunrise.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The B'nai Mitzvah of Howard
Isaacs, son of Diane and Alan
Isaacs of Sunrise, and Steven Iri-
koff, son of Renee and Miles Izi-
koff of Coral Springs, will take
place during Saturday morning
services on April 9 at Temple
Beth Torah in Tamarac.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Eric Schochet, son of Randee
Schochet of Tamarac. will be
called to the Torah on Saturday,
April 9 at 11 a.m. to celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-
El in lauderdale Lakes.
RAMAT SHALOM
Evan Goldenberg, son of Alan
and Sandi Goldenberg of Planta-
tion, celebrated his Bar. Mitzvah.
at Temple Ramai Shalom in
Plantation on Saturday. March
26.
On Saturday. April 9 at
morning services. Kimberly Lane
daughter of Sharyn and Leon
Lane of Coral Springs, will be
called to the Torah as a Bat Mitz-
vah at Ramat Shalom.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Andrew Frank, son of Judie
and Paul Frank of Plantation,
will become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Kol Ami in Plantation on
Saturday, April 9 at 10:30 a.m.
with Saaha Chereuky, son of
Sarah and Michael Chereisky of
Leningrad, Russia, in a twinning
ceremony.
BETH HILLEL
Mindy Abramowhz, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Abramo-
wiiz of Margate, celebrated the
occasion of her Bat Mitzvah
during Friday evening services,
March 25, at Congregation Beth
I iillel of Margate
Saturday, March 26, Daniel
Meir Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Horn and Seth Michael
Paiatdy. son of Beverly Palardy.
both of Margate, shared the put-'
pit in honor of their B'nai Mitz
vah at Congregation Beth Hillel
of Margate.
' Adopt-a-Grandparent', AZA project
Charles Chalik. s 15-year-old
South Plantation High School
student and member of the Dav-
arnu AZA chapter of BBYO
(B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion! in Plantation, has started
an Adopt-A-Grandparant Pro-
gram. His AZA-ers are looking
for one grandmother and one
grandfather to act in an advisory
capacity for their group.
According to Chalik, "this pro-
gram was created to produce a
positive image in relation to se-
niors."
The group now has two advis-
ors but hopes to receive the
special knowledge and wisdom
that only comes with age. Ac-
cording to Chalik, "We can learn
from their mistakes, and if they
can help us out, that would be
great."
The only requirements for be-
coming a grandparent to the
group is to be Jewish and a senior
citizen. Grandmother and grand-
father selected need not be re-
lated.
Should the response become
overwhelming, "the applicants"
will go before the group's board
of directors for discussion.
It will make us very happy to
have the senior citizens in our
group, explains Chalik. "And
this will only take about an hour
of the selected grandparents time
each week."
Grandparents interested
should call Charles, son of Lynn
and Herb Chalik, at 587-2427.
The Davarnu chapter is plan-
ning other Community service
projects, in addition to weekly
fund-raising activities by the 14-
to 16-year-old students from
Plantation, Nova and Piper High
Schools who are members.
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NW 44th St.. Lincoln Park Wast, Sunrise 33321 Bali
Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Friday, 7 p.m.; Saturday 9 sad
7:30 p.m Study Groups: Woman. Wadnasdays at 8 p.iaH
Sundays following service. Rabbi Liebermaa.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH (421 -13671 i
W. Hillsboro Blvd.. Deerfield Beach. 33441. Services-1
a.m. and sundown; Friday 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:45 ajn
hour before sundown. Presidium: Msrtoa Fomoah
Schneir, Abraham Woak. Canter Sol Chazen. '
YOUNG ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE OF HOLLYWOOD-!
LAUDERDALE (966-7877). 3291 Stirling Rd., Fort Laud*.,
33312. Services: Daily 7:30 a.m. and sundown: Saturdir
a.m.; Sundav 8 am. Rabbi Edward Davis.
Conservative
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OF MARGATE
3090), 7640 Margate Blvd., Margate 33063. Services:
8:16 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 8:461
Rabbi David Matzner.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAUDERHILL (7334,
204j*ffW 49th Ave., Lauderhill 33313. Services: Daily8:30i
and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:45 a.ra. Rabbi I
Halpern.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF NORTH LAUDI
(for information: 741-0369). Servicea: Friday 5 p.m.;!
a.m. at Banyon Lakes Condo, 6040 Bailey Rd.. Tl
President: Murray Hendler.
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK (741-0296), 8049 W.U.
Park Blvd., Sunrise 33321. Servicea: Daily 8 a.m. and 5|
Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 9 am and 7 pm. Rabbi
Troy, Cantor Jack Merchant.
TEMPLE BETH AM (974-8660), 7206 Royal Palm
Margate 33063. Services: Daily 8:30 a.m. and 5:30p.m.;
5 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.; Sunday 8 am. "
Solomon Geld. Cantor Irving Graaaaaaa
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (742-4040)! 7100 W. Oakkaij
Bh/d Sunrise 33313. Services: DaJry 8 a.m; Friday, Maf
a?*li2: ^""ky 8:46 am. and sunset; Sunday l
Rabbi Philip a. Lah.ilta. Canter Maaricc Neu.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH I
7060), 200 S. Century Blvd.. Deerfield Batch. 33441..
Dady and Sunday 8:30a.m. and 5p.m. Friday 8 pm; L
8:45 a.m. and at candle-lighting time Rabbi Less
Cantor Shabtai Ackermam.
TEMPLE B'NAI M06HE (942.6380). 1434 SE Ml
Pompano Beach. 33060. Services. Friday, 8 p.m. Rabbi I
A. Skop.
TEMPLE SHOLOM (942-6410L 132 SE 11th Aa,
Bwch 33060. Servicea: Dairy 8:46 am. and 5 pja;
P m. and 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 9 am Rabbi I
April. Caator Jacob r
. rni-mtn, wn nw 6?*i
Daif^ 8:30 a.m. and 61
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!*marac 33321.
P-m. and 8 p.m. v-
tt>NREGATION B'NAI ISRARX OF CORAL SI*
< information: 758-6319.) ffajiim Dairy at 8:30 *'
For Ramblewood Eaat i
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JBiPLE EMANU EL (73M310>. 3246 W. OabW
Brvd^ Laudetdalt Lakes 38011. Services: Fridays ftl
SflaW^SE^^
JSu**i!!b AH1^"JV 8200 Peter. Rd.. ^
ISP1? *? <* (763.3232L 2161 RrvarskkDrJ
R^DarSd"r 'Bi-: PrUV8 P- Saturday.
J2 BTOWA^uf^lS^C^^
mnfiTL 71i-121 m P "?*> PlwtatioallM*
fariu n?VvfiUnt*tkm- Services: Fridays 8:15 p.m.; I
for Bar Bat Mitzvah only. Rabbi Kurt P. Stone.
TEMPLE B'NAI 8IL4LOMOF DEERFIELD Wgl
taformatmn: 426-2632. Leopold Van BkwkortJJr
n2feL8oPm: at M*>n0i Omftk, 2306 W. Hilh**'
DsarfisM Beach. Rabbi Natha. rfFleh.


.April 1,1983
The Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
High School has Seder in front of TV cameras






Ian Berkowitz, Michael Ekstrom and Susan Chud-
V seated in the big picture, and again in the inset
pre they are pictured drinking one of the cups of wine
ng their televised Seder, are pictured also with the
three members of the Akiva Leadership of the Ju-
i High hkhool who took part in the Seder.
i pictured with them are Sharon S. Horowitz (ex-
i left), JHS administrator, with her three-year-old
jhter Beth, and extreme right, Abraham J. Gittel-
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale's
^tral Agency for Jewish Education North Broward
alion director.
Hie three students standing are Roger Blinder, Craig
btgarten, Barry Frieser. They and the other three are
Ifrum Plantation and all are enrolled in the Akiva
Jdership program of the Jewish High School of
-1 **
amily Shabbaton
South Florida, in addition to North Broward's Federa-
tion-sponsored and supported Judaica High School.
This group is formed of outstanding students from
grades 9th through 12th. The program is designed to
train them as potential leaders among active, com-
mitted young Jews becoming involed in Jewish life on
college campuses.
They exhibited this training in the TV show as Ian
Berkowitz and Susan Chudnwo played the roles of
parents and Michael Ekstrom was the child at the
Seder table. As they conducted themselves as though
at a Seder, narration and commentary was provided by
Roger Blinder, Craig Lustgarten and Barry Frieser.
They performed in front of two television cameras in
the studio of Selkirk Communications as a presentation
of the Living Faith programs on Selkirk's Cable 26
' ilt if*
mini* : *
learning experience
piplc Kmanu-Kl Religious
will present a Family
fcbuton on April 15 and 16,
ping The Jewish Family In
uieclivt'." A Shabbaton is a
he experience to spend the
Italh together as a family in
ly. prayer and fun.
fhbi Jeffrey Ballon of Temple
>rck Center
iary
Is officers
Ann Slorck Care Center
Jtly held elections of the
liary. Friends of Retarded
Iron. The following have be-
I officers of the organization:
pent Ina Miller, vice presi-
I Dorothy Piltman, treasurer
Grossmam, secretary
|cn Renevelent.
Wings are held on the fourth
ay of the month in the
nunity room of the Broward
McNab Rd. and Univer-
ITamaracat noon.
> EXCITING PLACES...
|plANslNc. I KIP
I with National Council of
P" Women. For new 1963
ru,e describing sen-
P"al 'ours to ISRAEL, with
ons to EGYPT, GREECE
ITALY: Highlights in
OPE, CHINA. THE ORIENT,
f <** and ALASKA.
Please Call
Shirley Vitcott
4735127
Me**
Emunu-El, Zena Sulkes,
Southeast regional consultant of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and Sandy
Goldstein, religious school prin-
cipal, will be the facilitators.
The Shabbaton begins with
Friday evening dinner and in-
cludes Shabbat services, an Oneg
Shabbat program, Saturday
morning worship experience and
program. The day concludes with
a special evening Havdalah
service, concluding the Sabbath.
April meetings slated by WLI
Bonaventure's WLI president,
Charlotte Goldstein will be
giving a party for her "Sweet
Sixtieth" birthday. Thursday.
April 7. at noon in the Bonaven-
ture Country Club.
The WLI Tree of Life chapter
in 'Plantation is holding a fun
night. Saturday. April 16 at the
home of Nancy Goldstein. Late
supper and games are the
agenda. Limited space requires
reservations and an $18 donation.
Call473-8247.
Channel which is seen in homes east of 1-96 in Fort
Lauderdale.
Rabbi Albert B. Schwartz of the Chaplaincy Com-
mission of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale extended the invitation to JHS to produce
the program. Mrs. Horowitz said: "We are honored
that the Chaplaincy Commission requested our in-
volvement. We're happy that tapes are being made to
show it in nursing homes and hospitals. This helps our
teenagers realize that many adults are not able to share
the joy of the Passover holiday with their loved ones.
All too often teenagers and young adults take their
good health and life for granted."
The program was aired twice by Selkirk Cable 25
during the week preceding the March 28 first Seder
night-
Mrs. Horowitz and Gittleson expressed their appre-
ciation to the six Akiva Leadership students for their
performances in front of the television cameras.
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- Page 12
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Fr'day. April]

Delicious
traditions
KUVJIIA ^ Wherc shopping i a pleasure

Serving your family a traditional Easter spread is easy whenyou
start your preparations at Publix. Succulent, rosy ham. plump, tender
turkey; plus all the mouth-wateneq fixings that will
make your family feast one totemember.
Prices and Coupons Effective
Thursday, March 31st thru
Wednesday, April 6, 1983.
Quantity Rights Reserved
AN fhirpeee Gr
Chock Full
(TNuts
Coffee
$1*9
Ocean Spray Who* Berries or Jeeied
Cranberry Sauce..... 59*
Mm
Mandarin Oranges.
Bruce'*
Cut Yams...............
Read's. ttomootyto or German
Potato Salad, Garden Sated or
Three Bean Salad... I? 69*
Green Giant, Whole or Sliced
Mushrooms............. 63*
Aunt NeBe a. Sliced Pickled or
Harvard Beets.........V 59*
Groan Giant
In Juice. Ssced, Chunk or Crushed
Publix Pineapple......^ 69*
Sacramento. Tomato Juice or
Tomato Plus............^ 79*
ReaLemon
Hewu 16-oz Sweet Gherkins or
24-oz.
SI. Luci* and Indian Rivai
Lemon Juice............ W Kosher Dill Spears.. 1 co^ontv
4-ozft. Free!
San Francisco Style. Pork. Beef, Tmmtvh'i" >* VI
Cornbread or Chicken hrench S Mustard .... ,., 77
NibletsCorn..........3 c*!29 Stove Top Stuffing.. eZ 89* Gulden*.
17-01.
Whole Kernel or Cream Styte
Green Giant Corn..3
Green Giant
Sweet Peas............3*22 1*
LeSueurPeas........3'J 1"
Green Giant, Regular Cut, French
Styte or Kitchen Seced
Green Beans..........3 ",
Water Chestnuts
59*
Queen Olives...........7~ 79*
Pubax, Thrown Man/an*!
Stuffed OBves..........'* $1
State Brand
Butter
J139
ofsr.ar
a* tobacco products)
89*
Spicy
Brown Mustard
GreyPoupon
Dijon Mustard........."^ 99*
Tr^aTloWSr & Plant Ploc^
24-o*.
le?
S^oi
6-teH U*1
Single Stem with* to 6 Booms
Easter Lilies............. <*>'
Green Houae Grown, Mhed Cdew
Spring Tulips...........W"
where shopping
isapleasure
ummi, raiBwuiM inch lilt
Hyacinth.................-n**!
Colorful, Seasonal ^
Special Bouquet......" *
Locaty Grown, Lueh Potted Mums........._.
(7-inch pot............
Day
$4.19)
Publix
Flower
Arm
(Large
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