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the Jewish FLORIDIAN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Volume
14 Number 6
Fort Uuderdale, Florida Friday, February 8,1986
Price 35 Cents
Rep. Gejdenson to speak at Woodmont UJA dinner
American Jews are not
only "lazy," they need the
"courage to stand up for
ourselves as Jews."
These biting words are
the sentiments of U.S. Rep.
Samuel Gejdenson. The
Connecticut congressman
wUl be the guest speaker at
the Woodmont UJA Dinner
Feb. IV at Woodmont
Country Club.
The three-term
congressman has cham-
pioned the cause of people
in need throughout his
congressional service. He
has worked strongly on
behalf of Soviet Jews,
urging the administration
to adopt a tough position
on human rights violations
in the Soviet Union.
Gejdenson's compassion
may be motivated by his
own experiences as the son
of Holocaust survivors.
He was born in Germany
in a displaced persons camp
shortly after World War II.
Gejdenson is the first child
of survivors to serve in the
U.S. Congress. Because of
his German birth, he
laughingly notes that he's
one of the few congressmen
not running now or in
the future for the
presidency.
The witty, bright
representative sits on two
of the more powerful House
committees Foreign
Affairs and Interior. His
experiences in those
congressional posts help
motivate a strong, com-
pelling and often con-
demning message: Jews
must stand up for them-
selves, must become more
active and more involved in
affairs of the state.
"We need courage in this
country as Jews today,"
says the often acerbic
congressman.
"First we must stand up
as Jews, we must act on
behalf of Jews."
As an example,
Gejdenson cites the recent
controversy over prayer in
public schools.
"The Jewish community
was silent on the issue," he
says. "This has diminished
us. The issue of prayer in
The Prime Minister
sends a message
The following is reprinted from the December issue
of UJA campaign Newsbrief.
Dear UJA Friends,
The relationship between the Jews of the United
States and the Jews of Israel is best characterized as
a partnership a most vivid reality of mutual
dependence.
Israel's present economic crisis is most severe
today. Yet as on so many occasions throughout our
nation's history we have united as a country
workers and management, the unions and the
government to restore stability and promise
Prosperity.
We have slashed the national defense budget and
pUt euucational programs and human needs services.
"ersonally, each wage-earner has already given up 17
Percent of his income as producers undertook an
equally painful cut in profits ... all voluntarily.
Israelis are thus determined to come safely
tnrough this period and we ask in the spirit of our
^precedented government of national unity, so too
we Jewish Nation worldwide unite in an equally
oramatic manner reflecting this sense of urgency
Z m order to help secure the kind of future we expect
f our Jewish State.
We need your gupp,,,^ ^ tnat we gajj continue
^Pmg those in most desperate need those who
Jjnot wait out the economic crisis the very old
w the very young, the ill and the handicapped, and
jew immigrants arriving ill and destitute in the
'wish State, thereby them now, and promising
"an a ray of hope for a better future tomorrow.
DJh UJA. since its first campaign in 1939, had
futu i* commitment and dedication to the Jewish
denV. urge vou once again to demonstrate that
endea "^ ^oin with "" m this aU-imPortant
SHIMON PERES
Prime Minister of the State of Israel
the schools separates us,
reduces our power in this
society. By allowing
prayer, we'll be separating
Jews from mainstream
America, keeping us
powerless.
"We must see our
citizenship is not
diminished."
Jews also need the
courage to write and speak
out for Jewish causes, he
continues.
Gejdenson indicts
American Jewry: "Jews in
America are lazy. Most
can't intellectually ar-
ticulate support for the
state of Israel.
"Jews today no longer
know the facts. This in-
security affects us at every
step; affects our ability to
formulate policies such
as Soviet Jewish
emigration, foreign policies
in the Middle East, and
Ethiopian Jewry."
What can the Jewish
community do to build
and regain its political
voice?
"First," says Gejdenson,
"we must know ourselves.
We must have solid in-
tellectual arguments to
defend Judaism, by
knowing the facts.
"Jews must let our
opinions be known," he
continued.
"When we're silent, we
lose.
"The future of issues
that affect Israel, Jews
here, in the Soviet Union,
Ethiopia don't depend
on our leadership it
depends on our individual
actions," he asserts.
A minimum commitment
of $500 to the Federation-
United Jewish Appeal
campaign is required for
attendance.
Co-chairing the
Woodmont UJA campaign
are Walter Bernstein, Lou
Colker and Moe Wit-
tenberg.
For additional in-
formation on the Wood-
mont Dinner contact Larry
Schuval at 748-8400.
Rep. Sam Gejdenson
Palm-Aire UJA Golf
Classic Feb. 18
Alex Kutz, Palm-Aire UJA Golf Classic chairman;
Sy Roberts, tournament co-chairman and Joseph
Anastasi, Grand Marshal; have announced that few
spaces remain for the Monday Feb. 18 Palm-Aire
Golf Classic on behalf of the 1985 Jewish Federation
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The tournament will take place on the Pines and
Palms courses at Palm-Aire. The day of golf, which
will begin with a tee-off time of 9 a.m., will be
followed by an open bar from 5 to 6 pm., hor-
s'd'oeuvres, and a full-course dinner at the Palm-Aire
Country Club. In case of rain, the golf tournament
ONLY, will be played on Feb. 25.
Fee for the greens, golf cart, cocktails, dinner and
prizes is $42. The tournament is limited to 288 Palm-
Aire men. For further information contact the
Federation at 748-8400.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Conference Feb. 10
A full-day conference on
Florida Jewish Drug and
Alcohol Abuse will take
place on Sunday, Feb. 10 at
the Tamarac Jewish
Center-Temple Beth Torah.
9101N.W.57th St., Tamarac.
The keynote speech,
"When L'Chayim is Not
To Life,* will be
presented by Dr. Abraham
Twerski, a rabbi and
psychiatrist, who is medical
director of the Gateway
Rehabilitation Center in
Pittsburgh, Pa. He has
published five books and
numerous articles in
professional journals.
Dr. Le Clair Bissell,
former director of the
Smithers Alcoholism
Center at St. Lukes-
Roosevelt Hospital Center
in Manhattan, will speak on
"Alcoholism in the
Professionals,' which is also
the title of her latest book.
Dr. Bissell has authored
scores of books and articles
on alcoholism.
The conference will also
feature workshops,
covering various aspects of
drug and akohol abuse.
Each will include a
professional presenter, a
recovering person and a
moderator.
Other sessions will be led
by Rabbi Isaac Trainin,
director of the Commission
on Synagogue Relations of
the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New
York, and David
Buchholtz, director of
JACS (Jewish Alcoholics,
Chemically Dependent
Persons, Spouses and
Significant Others).
Chairman of the program
is Dr. Abraham W.
Fischler, president of Nova
University.
The $10 registration fee
includes lunch.
The public is invited to
attend. Call 748-8400.


rage 2 1 he Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdate / Friday, February 8, 1985
President's Council of Jewish Women's Coalition
plans 'Togetherness Day' Mar. 27
The President's Council is a
coalition of all Jewish women's
organizations of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. who are convening to
develop a cohesive, concerned
Jewish community.
The President's Council.
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish
Federation, has been reactivated
by Roslyn Entin, Women's
Division president.
The women pictured above are
some of the represenstatives of
Pompano Beach UJA brunch
a success
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Pictured at the Pompano Beach UJA brunch is guest speaker Dr.
Meron Levitats. with co-chairman Harry Fellman looking on.
Pompano Beach held its an-
nual brunch on behalf of the
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign recently, where
over 140 people raised over
$100,000 for the 1985 United
Jewish Appeal campaign.
Guest speaker for the event
was Dr. Meron Levitats, who
discussed the current situation in
the Middle East.
Rabbi Samuel April, spiritual
leader of Temple Sholom, where
the brunch was held, gave the
invocation and the benediction.
Serving as the Northeast UJA
chairman is John Streng. Serving
on the Pompano Beach UJA
Steering Committee are: Lou
Brown. Harry Goldberg, Sid
Grossman, Morris Kahn, Sol
Hasten, Sidney Liben, Morris
Liebson. Samuel Rush, Joe
Shotz, and Charles Winkier.
Al Landsman and Anita
Axelrod served as brunch co-
chairmen.
Pompano Beach co-chairman
Dr. Phillip Kanev, and his wife
Rita, are pictured at the Pom-
pano Beach UJA brunch.
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Presents. ..
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to 2 p.m. Wednesday March 27 at
the Tamarac Jewish Center. An
exciting, provocative program is
planned which includes an ex-
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Registration fee is $5, which
includes lunch. Attendance is by
reservation only. For further
information contact the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
at 748-8400.
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Friday, February 8,1966 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
project Renewal Party Feb. 23
An Oasis spectacular
liv magic date is Saturday,
2? At 7:30 p.m. that
inc.' the Bay Colony
i will become a tented oasia
^ Jewish Federation,
Let Rene**1 party.
iMid-Eastern food and en-
rtainment is on the agenda for
.Greater Fort Lauderdale area
Jents who will be attending
lavish evening.
Loject Renewal is a part-
ftp program between the
jnunent of Israel and the
lerican-Jewish community
dedicated to the physical, social
and spiritual rehabilitation of the
needy Jews in a number of Israeli
neighborhoods.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderedale has
twinned with Kfar Saba in this
historic project and had, in a few
short years, greatly improved the
quality of life in these com-
munities.
Attendance at the gala party,
co-hosted by Ah/era and Erv
Gold and Evelyn and Alvin
Gross, requires a minimum
Project Renewal pledge of $6000,
payable over five years.
Mr. and Mrs. Erv Gold and
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gross head
the outstanding planning
committee consisting of: Mrs.
Gladys Daren, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Gruman, Mrs. Esther
Lerner, Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Reinstein, Mrs. Anita Perlman,
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Simon, Mr.
and Mrs. Jordan Snyder, Mrs.
Barbara Wiener and Mr. and
Mrs. Bart Weissman.
Reservations are limited. For
further information call the
Jewish Federation office at 748-
8400.
Mr. and Mrs. Erv Gold
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gross
UPCOMING UJA EVENTS
.NM00R VILLAGE: The
fynmoor Village community
hold its second brunch on
jlf of the Federation-United
ish Appeal campaign at 9:30
En. Sunday Feb. 10 at the
loliday Inn. Plantation. Morris
icksliin will be honored. Special
.jst speaker is noted authority
j Israeli affairs. Jerome Gleekel.
tuis J. Schneider serves as
mera) chairman with Judge Leo
lown. Sol Press and Theodore
nas serving as honorary
nen.
IaKBROOK VILLAGE: The
Hen's and Women's Club of
kbrook Village will hold a
am on behalf of UJA at 8
|.m. Sunday Feb. 10 at the Oak
ok Village Clubhouse. Paul
ngsam will be honored for his
ation to the community.
hur M. Salzman and Jerry
nick serve as UJA chairmen
the Honorable Samuel
Miller serving as chairman
neritus.
NDS POINT: Rabbi Kurt
tone, spiritual leader of
fimarac Jewish Center will be
i guest speaker at the 10 a.m.
y Feb. 10 breakfast for the
Point UJA campaign on
ilf of the Federation-UJA
npaign. The breakfast, to be
eld at the Tamarac Jewish
Center, will feature the Sands
Point Condoliers, led by Ann
Risen. Serving as Sands Point
UJA chairman is Alfred Jasser.
CASTLE GARDENS: Emil
Deitsch will be honored by the
Castle Gardens community at its
annual breakfast on behalf of the
Federation-UJA campaign at 10
a.m. Sunday Feb. 10 at the
Clubhouse. Joel H. Telles,
Federation executive director,
will be the guest speaker. Milton
Meltzer serves as UJA chairman
of Castle Gardens.
ORIOLE GARDENS PHASE
III: Oriole Gardens Phase III, an
area that falls under the umbrella
of the Greater Margate Area
UJA campaign, will hold a 10
a.m. Sunday Feb. 10 breakfast at
the Oriole Gardens III
Auditorium. Alvin and Sylvia
Tendler will be honored for their
concern for Jewish causes. Guest
speaker will be Alfred Golden,
noted authority on Israeli affairs.
Serving as UJA co-chairpersons
are: Ida Charlip, Mary Friedman,
Ted Geller, Nat Levine, Louis
Litoff, Sam Mittleman and
Abraham Molotch.
CORAL GATE: The Coral Gate
S76 Club will hold a Pacesetters
wine and cheese party on behalf
of the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at 8
p.m. Tuesday Feb. 12 at the
Hobday Inn, Coral Springs.
Chairman is Jacob Kushner with
Shirley Kass, Stanley Kass and
Betty Kushner serving as co-
chairpersons. Israel Resnikoff,
Federation board member, will
give a first hand account about
the role of UJA.
LAUDERDALE OAKS:
Jeanette Nurnberg will be
honored by the Lauderdale Oaks
UJA committee at the com-
munitys" Rally for Israel at 8
p.m. Wednesday Feb. 13 at the
Clubhouse. Guest speaker will be
Alfred Golden. Louis Silvers
serves as chairman with Hy
Seidman as co-chairman and
Jules and Pearl Karpas as
honorary chairpersons.
WOMEN'S DIVISION: The
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation will hold its $730
minimum luncheon at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday Feb. 13 at the
Inverrary Country Chib. Guest
speaker will be well-known
personality Robert Clary. Roz
Entin serves as Women's
Division president and Barbara
Wiener is campaign chairperson.
Campaign co-chairpersons are
Esther Lerner and Dee Hahn,
with Pearl Reinstein and Lisa
Shulman chairing the luncheon.
Few spaces remain for Feb. 13
Women's Division $730 luncheon
[Pearl Reinstein and Lisa
*ulman, chairpersons for the
wens Division $730 UJA
on, have announced that
spaces remain for the
[towns' Wednesday Feb. 13
ptan on behalf of the Jewish
teionunited jewih
IPPeal campaign.
^he luncheon, to be held at
J'^WInvenwy Country
*ill feature
as guest
speaker Holocaust survivor
Robert Clary. Clary was 16-years-
old when the Nazis invaded
France and deported him to the
first of four concentration camps
he was held captive in. Clary is
the only member of his family to
survive the camps. After his
release, Clary went on to make a
name for himself in the en-
tertainment field. He is well
remembered for bis starring role
hi the television hit, "Hogan's
Heroes."
"This event promises to be
very interesting as well as en-
joyable," stated Roz Entin,
Women's Division president. A
minimum commitment to the
Women's Division United Jewish
Appeal campaign of $730 is
required for attendance. Couvert
is $14.
For further information
contact the Federation at 748-
8400.
febbi Harr to be honored at Mar. 10
plantation/UJA brunch
tosh,
<*don Harr
Norman Ostrau and David
Jackowitz, co-chairmen for the
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign in the Plan-
tation area, have announced that
Rabbi Sheldon Harr, spiritual
leader of Temple Kol Ami,
Plantation, will be the honoree at
the Plantation-UJA brunch
scheduled for Sunday March 10
at the new Marriott Hotel, Fort
Lauderdale.
Rabbi Harr attended the
University of Cincinnati, Hebrew
Union College and was ordained
at Hebrew Union College in 1973.
He was elected rabbi at Temple
Kol Ami in the summer of 1976.
He served as chairman of the
Young Leadership Division and
was a member of the board of
directors of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. H*rr also served on the
board of directors of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale in 1983.
Among his community ac-
tivities. Rabbi Harr served on the
board of directors of Broward
bounty's Jewish Family Service,
.he Jewish Community Center of
Fort Lauderdale and is the past
jresident of the Ministerial
Fellowship of West Broward.
Fern Harr, the rabbi's wife, has
been active in the Jewish com-
munity in her own right. A
member of many organizations,
she is a member of the board of
Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood.
"We hope this honorary
orunch helps to set the trend for
the growth and maturation of the
Plantation-Jacaranda Area UJA
campaign." "stated Ostrau and
Jackowitz. For further in-
formation contact the Jewish
Federation at 748*400.
TAMARAC UJA HONORS KRANTZE8: Over 400 people turned
out at the Tamarac Jewish Center on Jan. 13 to honor community
leaders, David and Florence Krantz. On behalf of the Jewish
Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign and Federation's
Operation Moses, over $46,000 was raised, far exceeding last year's
UJA total Pictured presenting the plaque to the honorems is Sol
Schulman, immediate past president of the Tamarac Jewish Center.
David Krantz currently serves as the center's president Guest
speaker for the breakfast was Edmund Entin, Federation immediate
past president. Co-chairing Tamarac's UJA campaign, where Krantz
serves as honorary chairman, are Matt Dinah, Nat Ginsburg and Rose
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Lion off Judah Women hold 'spectacular' luncheon
Alvera Gold, Barbara Wiener, Jo Ann M. Levy
The elegant oceanfront home of
Ah/era Ackerberg Gold provided
the ideal setting for the Women's
Division "Lion of Judah" lun-
cheon held on Jan. 17. Over 40
women from the Greater Fort
Lauderdale area attended the
gala function that was co-hosted
by Mrs. Gold and Jo Ann Levy.
The Women's Division "Lion
of Judah" is presented to women
whose annual commitment to the
Jewish Federation UJA Cam-
paign is a minimum of $5,000.
Barbara Wiener, Women's
Division 1985 Campaign
Chairperson, presented an in-
formative talk on her visit to the
Soviet Union last summer. She
detailed the problems of the
Soviet Jewish refuseniks and the
security measures that she and
her group encountered while in
the Soviet Union.
The comments following the
:uncheon ranged from "best
ver" to "spectacular."

Esther Lerner
DeeHahn

HUdreth Levin and L'elia Goldfarb
miiaisj rwtnnnn rviun
PROJECT RENEWAL.
The whole worth of a benevolent deed lies in the love it in-
spires.
The Talmud
Federation tribute cards are a meaningful and caring way of
expressing your sympathy to the family of those who have
passed away. They are also an appropriate way to congratulate
friends and relatives on occasions such as bar and bat mitzvah,
marriages, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, etc.
Tribute cards acknowledge special contributions to the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale's Project Renewal.
Contributions may be made in two categories; regular tribute
cards for a contribution of up to $25 and special tribute card for
a contributionof $25 or more.
Call the Federation office for details or to purchase tribute
cards, 748-8400.
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Friday, February 8,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Uuderdale Page 5
rhiirpersons Mollie Breesel.
m Nebon, Nathan Pearlman
Irving Spector, announce
.for the first time, the City of
-nje and the Sunrise Jewish
Iter will Join forces on behalf
Ithe 1986 Jewish Federation-
j Jewish Appeal campaign.
_ UJA breakfast will take
_et9:30am.Sunday Feb. 24
Ithe Sunrise Jewish Center-
nPk Shaaray Tzedek, 4099
i Island Rd.. Sunrise.
that time, State
__ft.ivp Peter Deutsch
fbe honored for his dedication
[service to the community.
Itutsch has been a State
entative for the State of
u- District 90, for the past
i years. He received his BA
i Swarthmore College and his
Doctor from Yale Law
Among his many community
lievements, DeutKh was the
ctor and founder of the
Information Program
[Browara County, currently
ng as advisor on a part-time
He also serves as the
of the Community
Jtnership Program of
ard, and the Environmental
itionofBroward.
|tck Polinsky. president of the
(Jewish Center, is serving
honorary chairman with
buel K. Miller acting as
ppaign advisor. Co-chairing
City of Sunrise-Sunrise
Center UJA campaign
t Goldman. Jack Rosen-
David Moger, Hy
Rep. Peter Deutsch
Silverman, Estelle Gedan and
Abe Reiter.
Serving on the campaign
committee are:
Irving Adler. Ed Altner, William
Braunstln. Sylvia Boahak, Irving
Cantor, Dr. Leon Fellman, Sam Gin-
sberg. Abe Glowlnakl. Leonard Gold-
blatt. Sidney K. Goldstein, Sam Hert-
zberg, Martin HUler, Irving Hyman.
Jack Joseph. Louie Joseph. Seymour
Katz. Murray Kostoft. Alex l*bwohl.
Joe Leeds, Harry Lelbovlch. Lewis
Leveson. Robert Levy. Rose Lltowsky,
Miriam Mandel. Sidney Mandel. Floyd
March, Jack Marchant. Jack Miller.
I'hlllp Mitchell. Meyer Morris. Zellg
Moskowltz, Karl Nelson. Al Newman.
Isidore Ort. Ixnils Papier. Abe Paress,
Morris Pepper, Irving Percher, Sid
Permlsion. Ell Pierce, Meyer Rosen.
Sol Rozman, Meyer Stein, Irving
Stelnhaus. Leslie Stern. Joe Suslak.
Irving Walssman. Harry Welsburd.
Julius Weiss, and Nathan Zutler
Collation chairman is Ix>uis
Cohen. Guest speaker will be
Danny Tadmore.
THE CHILDREN OF THE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL Religious School, 7100 W. Oakland
Park Blvd., Sunrise, collected funds for the rescue
and resettlement of the Ethiopian Jews in Israel.
Shown receiving the funds collected from the
children is Daniel Cantor, chairman of Operation
Moses. Also shown (left to right) are Stanley
Cohen, Principal of Temple Beth Israel Religious
School, and Walter Bernstein and David Sommer,
co-chairmen of Operation Moses.
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Page6 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, February 8, 1986
Polynesian Gardens UJA to hold Feb 24 event Sunrise Lakes III UJA t<
hold Feb. 20 function
Carl Jacobs and Sidney
Karlton. co-chairmen for the
Polynesian Gardens UJA
campaign, have announced that
the community will hold its
annual evening on behalf of the
Jewish Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign at 7 p.m.
Sunday Feb. 24 at the Jewish
Community Center, Soref Hall,
6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.. Plan-
tation.
Robert and Eleanore Frank
will be honored for their devotion
towards the State of Israel.
Danny Tadmore, noted Israeli-
American humorist, will be the
guest speaker.
Carl Jacobs
Sidney Karlton
Serving on the committee are: Rich, Bldg. 5 William
Bldg. 1 Matilda Baron, Bldg. 2 Schildiner. Collation chairmen
Gertrude Rosen and Tony are Paul Dank and Sidney
Benfeld, Bldg. 3 Blanche Gurtov. Transportation chair-
Lederman. Bldg. 4 William man is Harry Eckelman.

Blitstein sparks Century Village UJA event
The importance of the State of
Israel to the security of the
United States in the Middle East
was brought home to a capacity
audience at the Century Village
East Clubhouse on Jan. 13 by
Frederic Blitstein, former
professor of international
relations specializing in the
Middle East. "The grants-in-aid
to Israel by the United States,"
said Blitstein, "are a tiny
compensation for what America
receives in return, especially in
view of the fact that hardly any
of those dollars leave our shores.
They create jobs for hundreds of
thousands of Americans who
Coral Gate to hold UJA
breakfast Feb. 20
Jacob Kushner, chairman of
the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at Coral
Gate, has announced that the
community will hold its annual
UJA breakfast at 10 a.m.
Wednesday Feb. 20 at Temple
Beth Am, Margate.
Special guest speaker will be
Abraham J. Gittelson, director of
education for the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
Co-chairing Coral Gates'
campaign are Shirley Kass,
Stanley Kass and Betty Kushner.
Serving on the campaign com-
mittee are: Jean and Gilbert
Addis, Dorothy and Hy Berlin,
Sophie and William Blender.
Ruth and Abe Ebenstein,
Dorothy and Jack Friedler,
Dorothy and Hy Geller, Jeannie
and Abe Green berg, and Roz
Goldfarb.
Also, Roz and David Hazen,
Jacob Kushner
My ma Kleinman, Ruth and
Leonard Levine, Blanche and
Sam Miller, Zeena and Harold
Rudin, Jean and Irving Singer,
Mae and Irving Sorkin, Thetma
and Sam Spiegel, Vanda and
Jacob Whitkin, and Janet
Yarmove.

manufacture the goods and
supplies that are bought from us
by the Israeli government. The
State of Israel is the only
deterrent to the take-over of the
entire Near and Middle East by
the Soviet Union."
"Despite its deplorable
economic condition," Blitstein
went on to say, "Israel is the only
country in the world that is
actively engaged in the rescue of
Ethiopians. Although the Israeli
citizen is the highest taxed in the
world, thousands of black Jews
have already been air-lifted to
Israel where they receive the
most modern rehabilitation and
training. All that is being done
despite the apathy of the world
and the active opposition of
Ethiopia, the Sudan and the
surrounding Arab countries."
The audience was also treated
to the revival of highlights from
"Dial M for Messiah" a musical
written by Ruth Rosenberg with
Regina Grossman as musical
director. Frances Nusbaum,
chairperson of the afternoon and
Evelyn Denner, chairman of the
1985 UJA campaign at Deerfield
Beach, expressed their
satisfaction at the huge turnout.
Estelle Gedan
Estelle Gedan, chairman for
the 1985 Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at
Sunrise Lakes Phase III, an-
nounced that the Phase will i
its annual evening f .
tertamment on behalf of lJjA ,
7:30 p.m. Wednesday FebM
the main Clubhouse.
William Katzberg,
journalist and general"comp,
chairman for the Margate An
UJA.campaign, will be them*
speaker. The Sunrise |J
strelaires will entertain.
nirhe.Ib?ringersfortheSu
ill UJA campaign will
honored at the event,
bellringers go door-to-do
ringing bells and asking Sun
Lakes III residents to mtket
pledges to UJA.
Shirley Stunner serves as UJ/
chairperson with help from Ik. ]
chairman Meyer Cohen; Inc.
chairman Carl Orkin; h
chairmen Lillian and Abe Gil
Ic. 4 chairman Bernard Liu
and Inc. 5 chairperson St
S iimner.
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WECARE
announces
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Bank Drive
The Jewish Community
Center's WECARE Program will
sponsor its semi-annual Blood
Bank Drive with the Broward
Community Blood Center
Thursday. March 14. from 1-8
p.m. at the JCC. 6501 W. Sunrise
Boulevard.
Nan Namiot. WECARE Blood
Drive Chairperson, encourages
the community's participation.
"When you donate blood,
remember, everyone benefits. It
is also insurance for members of
your own family who are
guaranteed blood when it ia
needed, "shesays.
Every healthy person over age
17 is a potential donor. The Blood
Center announced an alarming
shortage of blood and urges
everyone's participation.
Call Rhonda Putterman, JCC
WECARE Director at 792-6700,
for further information.
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
By RABBI
DAVID W.GORDON
1-What is the 614th Com-
mandment (The usual total is
613-"Taryag|?
2- Who was the first Jew in
America to win equal rights of
citizenship?
3- At what age according to
the .Sages, is ,th? Jewish male
ready for marriage?
4- What Jewish Sect rebelled
against the Oral Law and called
for a return to the Bible (Written
Law |?
5- How long did Methuselah
live?
6- What is the Sephardic term
for Rabbi?
7- Who founded Hadasaah?
8- What Prophet is called "The
Mi of Sorrow" or "The
Weeping Prophet"?
9- What is the subject matter
of the Book of Koheles-
tclesiastes?
10- What is the name of the
mother of Moses?
Friday. February 8,1985 / The Jewish FloricKan of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 7
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projects the Semi-Annual Blood Drive (with the Broward County
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Page 8 The Jewish Fkridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. February 8,1986
Rallies for Ethiopian Jewry draw large crowds
Pictured above at Sunrise Jewish Center art tht Urgi earner jaaf>-
porting the recently held Rath, for Ethiopian Jews Funds -mmee ee
these rallies will help support the rescue and resertiemmtt efi
Jews.
The congregations of Temple Kol Ami, Plan-
tation; West Broward Jewish Congregation,
Plantation; and Ramat Shalom, Plantation joined
together at Tmeple Kol Ami for a combined Rally
for Ethiopian Jews. Rabbi Sheldon Harr of
Tmeple Kol Ami, Rabbi Elliot Skidell of Ramat
Shalom and Rabbi Stuart Berman of West
Broward Jewish Congregation were all on hand to
address the crowds gathered for the rally.
Rabbi Philip LabowiU, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Israel, Sunrise, is shown addressing a
capacity crowd at a recent Rally for Ethiopian
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Budget draft for 1985 runs into criticism
Ben and Ruth Eppy
loodlands community to
mor Ben and Ruth Eppy
pay
and Ruth Eppy will be
I at the 11th annual
ods Community State of
Bond Cocktail Party on
Feb. 24 at the
s County Club.
recognition of their service
Jewish Community, they
be presented with the
igious and coveted Gate* of
lem Medal.
h Ben and Ruth have a long
. of achievements both in
native Canton, Ohio, and in
oodlands, where they are
anent residents.
served as President of
i'i Shaaray Torah
, chaired that city's
and Israel Bonds Cam-
a, and was the recipient of
ICC Man of the Year Award.
co-chaired the Woodlands
Bond Campaign for the
10 years, and the UJA
in the Woodlands
unity. He is a member of
DL Cabinet, and a most
participant in all of Sdftith
' i Jewish Philanthropies.
ih was most active in
ins Jewish Community
t she served as President of
Synagogues Women's
on. She was Chairman of
DCC Youth Activities, and a
|ber of the Cabinet of the
i's Division for both the
land Israel Bonds.
i the Woodlands she chaired
iWomen's Division of the
N5 Woodlands UJA
ign. co-chaired that
Kion in 1982 and 1983,
>ed in that same capacity
' Women's ADL at the
ds. She is a member of
1 Board of the Jewish
of Greater Fort
Woodlands ORT,
and Woodlands Friends for Life.
Leo Kaplan is the Chairman of
the 1985 affair, which will be in
the form of a Cocktail Reception,
from 4 until 6 p.m. Sidney
Spewak is serving as Party
Chairman, and Co-chairmen with
Kaplan are Robert Adler,
Edmund En tin, Norman Lazar,
Charles Locke, Dr. Justin May,
Leon Messing and Al Sharenow.
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Nathan, Stella Pepper, Hazel
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Finance Minister Yitzhak Modai
presented his Cabinet colleagues
with a draft budget for the 1985
fiscal year and ran into a barrage
of criticism for not cutting
enough.
The proposed budget amounts
to $22.9 billion, about S59 million
below the budget for fiscal 1984.
Minister of Science and
Development Gideon Patt called
it "an exact copy" of the 1984
budget at a time when severe
slashes in government ex-
penditures are needed. Modai
insisted his budget represented a
substantial cut inasmuch as the
government overspent last year's
budget by about $1.8 billion.
Israel's request for major
increases in U.S. economic aid
has been put on "hold" by the
Reagan Administration pending
evidence that Israel has a
detailed economic program of
retrenchment.
Secretary of State George
Shultz made clear to Premier
Shimon Peres in a letter last
month that the Administration
would not consider Israel's
request for an additional $800
million in economic aid until the
Israelis instituted large budget
cuts.
Model's draft budget does call
for steep cuts in government
price subsidies for basic goods,
smaller public expenditures and
the elimination of about 4,000
jobs in the public sector. It also
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government deficits and reduced
living standards.
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budget are needed, was furious
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New feature for the Floridian
The cartoon at left was created
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Pom pa no Bech.
Franken has been creating
cartoons for over 50 years. A
former New Yorker, his cartoons
appear in a number of nationally
circulated periodicals.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale is
pleased to present Erwin
Franken 'a cartoons in this edition
of the Floridian.
Your comments about this new
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Address them to the Cartoon.
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Orthodox leaders deplore defeat off
Law of Return Amendment
NEW YORK (JTA) Orthodox Jewish leaders deplored the
defeat in the Knesset of an amendment to the Law of Return
hich would have added the words "according to halacha" to
define who is a Jew. The Orthodox leaders also sharply criticized
American Jewish religious and secular leaders who called upon
Israeli political leaders to reject the proposed amendment.
The proposed controversial amendment, which would have
validated conversions performed by non-Orthodox rabbis in
'hrael and abroa<1, was efetted bv a vot* of 62"51 on ita firat
lading in the Knesset. The present Law of Return defines a Jew
ua person bom of a Jewish mother or converted.
The Agudath Israel of America, in a statement over the
I weekend, said that the Issue is not "Who is a Jew" but "Who is
Convert." The proposed amendment" would have ensured that
III who enter Israel under the conversion provision were in fact
converted in a manner acceptable to all Jews," Agudath Israel
I stid.
Its statement declared: "Let the halachic standpoint be
I crystal clear. All Jews born of a Jewish mother, whether they are
observant of Orthodox Jewish practice or not, and regardless of
bow they label themselves, are fury members of the Jewish
i neople As for acceptance of outsiders into the ranks of Jewry,
conversion according to halacha has always been the single
acceptable means for a non-Jew to become part of the Jewish
nition."
Agudath Israel, in criticizing the American Jewish non-
Orthodox leaders, said it was "shocked and deeply troubled" in
a joint statement they issued which said, in part, that the
proposed change in the Law of Return "would do violence to the
principle of Jewish unity and jeopardize the sense of solidarity
that binds the Jewish people everywhere to the State of Israel."
B'nai B'rith Int'l applauds Knesset
rejection of 'who Is a Jew' law
PARIS B'nai B'rith International praised Israel's Knesset
for rejecting a proposal to redefine "who is a Jew."
Approval of the motion would have restricted the validity of
Jewish conversion only to Orthodox rabbis and thus bar
Conservative and Reform converts from Israelis citizenship
under the Law of Return.
Gerald Kraft, president of B'nai B'rith, in Paris for a meeting
of the Jewish organization's International Council, stated that
the proposed change was "morally and religiously offensive" to
most Jews, both in Israel and Diaspora.
"Such a definition would have declared that millions of
devoted Jews are, in effect, not Jew* at all," said Kraft.
"Instead of attempting to unify Jews, it would have created a
rift that would take decades, if not centuries, to repair.
"The Knesset acted properly to prevent such a situation."
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
Ramat Shalom: 8:15 p.m.
Student Rabbi Ellen
Romirowsky will lead the service.
11301 W. Broward Blvd..
Plantation.
West Broward Jewish
Congregation: 8:15 p.m. Open
house services. 7473 NW 4 St.,
Plantation.
City of Hop* Plantation Chapter:
11:46 a.m. Meeting. Plantation
Community Center, 5555 Palm
Tree Rd. 792-8009.
Women's Division: 10 a.m.
Executive board meeting.
Federation. 8358 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd.
Sunrise Jewish Singles: 9 p.m. to
1 a.m. Dance with D.J. and cash
bar. $5. Sunrise Jewish Center,
4099 Pine Island Rd., Sunrise.
741-0295.
Lime Bay Community
Association: 8:30 p.m. "Last of
the Red Hot Lovers." Donation
$3.
SUNDAY FEB. 10
Ramat Shalom: 10 a.m. Sunday
brunch. Mort Singerman will
discuss what it is like to be a
volunteer in Israel. 11301 W.
Broward Blvd., Plantation. 472-
3600.
Sunday Morning Jewish Music
Show: 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. WKAT
1360 AM.
Association of Parents of
American Israelis Broward
Chapter: 1:30 p.m. Meeting.
JCC. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd. 748-
7580.
Hadassah-Plantation Yachad
Chapter: 8 p.m. Evening of
entertainment featuring the
Choruspondents. Deicke
Auditorium, 5701 Cypress Rd.,
Plantation. Tickets S3. 584-0210.
Temple Kol Ami: 9 a.m. 36th
Anniversary Salute to Israel
breakfast. Harry Tessler will be
honored. Jerry Gleekel will
speak. At Temple.
NW Broward Symphonic Pops
Orchestra: 2 p.m. Concert.
Tickets $3. $4, $5. BCC. 1000
Coconut Creek Blvd.
B'nai Israel Reunion: 10:30 a.m.
Reunion of B'nai Israel
congregants of Rockville, Md.
Brunch. Temple Beth Israel, 7100
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. Fort
Lauderdale.
Temple Beth Am: Siyam
HaTorah. At Temple.
Young Israel of Deerfield Beach:
Fifth annual dinner-dance
honoring Blanche and Sol
Septimus and Edna and Morty
For gash. At Temple Beth Israel,
Deerfield Beach. 427-1669.
MONDAY FEB. 11
Women's Division: 10:30 a.m.
Board meeting. At Federation,
8358 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
ORT Pine Island Ridge Chapter:
11:30 a.m. Meeting. Fashion
show by the Tram Shop of Fort
Lauderdale. Nob Hill Recreation
Center, 10400 Sunset Strip.
B'nai B'rith Pompano Beach
Lodge: 3p.m. Board of directors
meeting. Pompano Beach City
Hall
TUESDAY FEB. 12
Jewish Book Review Series:
Review of "Lost Hero." At West
Regional Branch. 748-8400.
Temple Beth Am-Sisterhood:
Noon. Dr. Allan Nachamie will
discuss preventative medicine.
At Temple.
Deborah-Sunrise Chapter: 11
a.m. Mini-lunch and meeting.
Sunrise Lakes Playhouse I, 8100
Sunrise Lakes Dr. N.
B'nai B'rith Women-Ocean
Chapter: Noon. Eli Morris Topel
will discuss the ADL, "Yesterday
Today and Tomorrow." Gait
Ocean Mtfa- Hotel 13200 Gait
Ocean Dr. '
Pioneer Women Na amat Tamara
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Water
Bridge Recreation Center, 1060
Del Lago Circle.
ORT-Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Italian-American Gub,
7310 W. McNab Rd.. Tamarac.
721-1299.
WEDNESDAY FEB. IS
WLI Coral Springs Chapter: 8
p.m. Meeting of newly-formed
dub. Home of Betsy Dobrick.
8403 NW 35 St.. Coral Springs.
748-6886.
Pioneer Women Na'amatNegev
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Robert
Forman will discuss orphan
drugs. Temple Beth Israel,
Deerfield Beach.
B'nai B'rith Women-Lakes
Chapter: Noon. Meeting.
Hawaiian Gardens Phase 6
Recreation Hall. 3506 NW49
Ave., Lauderdale-Lakes.
Hadassah-Pompano Golda Men-
Chapter; Noon. Luncheon and
Israeli fashion show. Holiday
Inn, Plantation.
Hadassah Hatikvah Cypress
Chase Chapter: Noon. Mini-lunch
and meeting. Dorit Shavit of the
Miami Israeli consulate, will
speak. Temple Emanu-El, 3245
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
Hadassah-L'Chayim Plantation
Chapter: Noon. Youth Aliyah
luncheon. Emerald Hills Country
Club. 4100 N. Hills Dr..
Hollywood.
WLI-Ometz Chapter: Noon.
Meeting. Sandra Shea will
discuss color as a beauty
enhancer. Broward Federal. 5518
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. Mini-
lunch.
N.Y. City Housing Authority
Reunion: Noon to 4 p.m.
Reunion. Luncheon $11. Holiday
Inn, Glades Rd. Boca Raton.
AMIT Women Masada Chapter:
Paid-up membership mini-lunch.
JCC, 6601 W. Sunrise Blvd..
THE ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
REQUESTS THE HONOR
OF YOUR PRESENCE
AT THE
1985 COMMUNITY
SOLIDARITY RALLY
FOR ISRAEL
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 7:30 P.M.
AT TEMPLE BETH SHALOM OF HOLLYWOOD
1400 NORTH 46th AVENUE, HOLLYWOOD
PRESENTATION OF
THE 1985 HISTADRUT
QUALITY OF LIFE AWARD
TO
Hon. Mario Cuomo
Governor of the State of New York
PRESENTATION
GREETINGS
Justice Arthur J. Goldberg Rabbi Norton Malavsky
Founding Chairman Spiritual Leader of
Israel Histadrut Foundation Temple Beth Shalom
Regional I.H.F. Chairman
Governor Bob Graham Congressman Larry Smith
Honorary CoChairmen
Dr. Fred Blu men thai CHAIRMAN
ADMISSION $3.00 Tickets available at Temple Beth Shalom 981 -6111
Plantation. 741-2836.
THURSDAY FEB. 14
Iarad Center HOkreat Manor:
Noon. Reunion. Odysacy
Restaurant, Plantation. 721-
4221.
Hadaeaah-Sunrisa Shalom
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Youth
Aliyah film and meeting. Phase I
Playhouse, 8100 Sunrise Alices
Dr.N.
Pioneer Women N.amat-Simcna
Gub: 11:30 a.m. Meeting.
SunriseSavings, 9001 W.
Oakland Pk. Blvd. 742-7369.
ORT-Sunriae Village Chapter:
12:30 p.m. Meeting. Broward
Bank, 3000 N. University Dr.
Hadaaaah-Orah Sunrise Lakes
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Film "Now
Their Home In Israel," and
meeting. Tamarac Jewish Center,
9101 NW 57 St.. Tamarac.
Temple Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach-Siaterhood: Noon.
Meeting. Rev. M. H. Kaminitzky
will speak. At Temple.
Organizations
TEMPLE SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD
Temple Sholom Sisterhood will
sponsor its annual art auction on
Sunday Feb. 10, in the Temple
Social Hall at 132 SE 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. The auction will
feature many prominent artists
in the field of oil painting,
enamels, sculptures, graphics
and in addition to a collectors
corner. Among th .- I
featured wu^auch ,*
Agom. Hebel, Dali 7?,l
Vasaiely. Miro and *
and many others. """Wl
A preview will begin t 7 u
p.m. and the auction will b*i'5
8:16 pm. The publicist
and admission is fra. Tr,
Galleries. Inc. of Fort li
dak. wUl be the co^dir^,
the auction. Refreshments wiU J
served.
TAMARAC
JEWISH CENTER
T^Ktoui3 a- -1
Temple Beth Torah, were k
stalled for the year 1986 on J,
12 by Rabbi Kurt F. Stone
President David E. Kranu
First Vice President Seymour
Wildman. Second Vice President
^Herbert Abrams, Third Vi
President Robert Feigenbaum
Recording Secretary Samuei
Saposnick. Corresponding
Secnit?y.~ Ruth Manu"
Kessluk, rmancial Secretary -
Leo Platz, and Treasurer -
Frieda Berkowitz.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NWC
Brandeis University Fort
Lauderdale, Pompano Chapter is
accepting donations for their
used book sale to be held in the
spring. Hard covers, paperbacks,
textbooks, certain magazines,
and records will be picked up
upon request. Donations are tax
deductible. Call 484-8500.
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All About Medicare
By MARGARITA FIKS
q. / know that Medicare
\ioesnt pay for a prolonged
nursing home stay. Can you tell
me what is the most number of
days Medicare will pay for?
A Medicare Part A insurance
will help for up to 100 days of
qualified skilled nursing home
Juy in each benefit period. Keep
in mind that a benefit period
begins the moment you enter a
hospital prior to being admitted
to the skilled nursing home. The
benefit period ends when you
have been out of a hospital or
skilled nursing home for 60 days
in a row. Medicare will pay for all
covered services during the first
20 days of a person's stay in a
skilled nursing facility. However,
from day 21 through 10th day.
Medicare will pay for all covered
services except for $50 a day (in
1985). A patient will be
responsible for this amount. This
50 a day amount can be reim-
bursed by the patient's sup-
plemental insurance.
Q: / want to give up my
Medicare and to join an HMO
instead. I know that I can go
back on Medicare, if I don't like
being on the HMO plan. But I
heard that they would raise my
$15.50 premium, if I decide to
come back to Medicare after
HMO. Is that true?
A: In order to be enrolled with
an HMO, you must continue to
pay the Medicare Medical
Insurance (Part B) premium each
month. In other words, you never
really "give up" your Medicare
privilege. Instead of reimbursing
you directly, Medicare contracts
participating HMO's and pays
them fixed amounts of money for
each enrolled beneficiary. If you
decide to cancel your HMO
membership and go back on the
regular Medicare plan, you will
be paying the same premium as if
you never left Medicare. y
Jewish Family Service is a
recipient agency of Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, Jewish Federation of
South Broward and the United
Way of Broward County. If you
have a Mediare question or
problem: CALL Medicare
Information Service of Broward
County at 966-0956 in
Hollywood, 735-3394 in Fort
Lauderdale, and 427-8508 in
Deerfield Beach.
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American and Canadian Jews
will have a chance to experience
life in Israel for two weeks or
, longer this summer through one
of four program offered by the
i Israel Aliyah Center.
The "Living-in-Israel Family
Experience," a successor to last
year's Mivtza Elef (Project 1000),
will include some of the same
programs offered in the past, as
well as a number of new ones.
"The programs are designed to
give participants a real taste of
Israeli life while, at the same
time, reuniting them with the
I nation and the land of their
people," according to Uri Cohen,
the Aliyah Center's director in
Miami.
"This year's participants will
have the choice of lending a hand
in the development of Israel's
forests, settling in one of the
country's newest communities, or
making their home in the Galilee,
the Golan Heights, or the Judean
Hills," Cohen said.
"Other choices," he continued,
"will offer them the chance to
combine the learning of Torah
with other pursuits in a
Mediterranean moshav or to
work alongside the members of a
Gush Etzion collective."
Each of the programs, open to
single individuals as well as to
families, will last for a month and
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Israel's C.O.L. up 3.7 percent
in December
The cost of living index in December rose by only 3.7 percent,
the lowest monthly increase in 18 months and the lowest for
December in six years. The figures, released by the Central
Bureau of Statistics, were hailed by the government, Histadrut
and Manufacturers Association as a vindication of the three-
month wage-price freece package instituted last November.
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In addition, a special two-week
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As in the past, families and
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guided during their stay by
Israeli families.
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by a broad spectrum of Jewish
organizations and religious
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Torah Scroll to be dedicated at Beth Am

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On February 10 a brand new
Torah will be "born" at Temple
Beth Am in Margate, 7205 Royal
Palm Boulevard. Through the
generosity of Mrs. Irene Berger,
in memory of her late husband,
Andrew, a new Sephardic Torah,
never before used and left pur-
posely incomplete until Feb. 10,
will be completed in a ceremony
known as Siyum Hatorah at
Temple Beth Am. All throughout
the day, in a private ceremony,
families will be arriving, by
appointment with a Sofer, the
ritual scribe, and will complete a
letter.
Through this symbolism, they
will have fulfilled the Mitzvah,
the religious commandment that
each Jew has to participate in
writing a Torah. At 5:30 with the
entire congregation invited, the
still uncompleted Torah will
arrive in the parking lot and
under a canopy, known as a
Huppa, it will be escorted by
music and singing by hundreds of
people to the Temple, where it
will be greeted by the eight other
Torah Scrolls that the
congregation has and they will
form an honor guard to let the
new Torah be brought up to the
sanctuary. In front of the entire
congregation, the last 15 or so
letters will be completed and
when the last letter has been
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filled, the Scroll will be declared a
ritually-fit Torah; and in a short,
religious ceremony, it will be
presented and accepted to the
congregation and entered into a
place of distinction in the Holy
Ark.
After the ceremony of ac-
ceptance, the entire community
will be invited for refreshments.
The ceremony is open to the
public and members of the
community who wish to, may
endow a section of the Torah,
donations depending upon the
section, begin at $18 and go up
from there; and they may do so
by calling the Temple, at 974- ORIOLE GOLF AND TENNIS I UJA held a successful b
8650. recently where there was a 26 percent increase in pledges w,!
year. Pictured (above) are most of the members of the canwL
B'tlMl R'fint Mit7Vflh cmmitteef'-th' Oriole Golf and Tennis UJA campaign. The?,
1 (front row): Honoret CarlCummia, Jock Weinstein, chairman M
Kushner, Minna Bienev, Sarah Feinstein, Simi Deutsch Paul 2
and axhairman Clarence Hourvitz. (Second roe): Co-chu
Bernard Cohen, Mickey Dan berg and Bernie Ziegler; Martin Gtllm
Joe Silver berg, and co-chairman David Brill (Third row)- hZ
Okanes, Arthur Kapner, Rene Lilienbaum, Jack Willner Charit*
Goren and Eugene IskowiU. Other committee members 'an- L
Block, Julius Brotman, Harold Brown, Al Drucket, Fran Glaser &J
Goldstein. Jack Kersh, Sid Kessner, Ted Miller, David ShamJi
Myrna Silverstein and Betty Thompson.
K AMBLE WOOD EAST UJA recently held its annual breakfast on
behalf of the Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign. The
community honored Louis Kaye for his dedication towards Judaic
causes. Pictured at the breakfast are (standing): chairman Sidney
Bernstein, honorees Louis Kaye and Mrs. Kaye. Serving on Ram-
blewood's UJA committee are: Bernard Alcabes, Phil Godman,
George Samuels, David Kargman, Grace Lipkien, Jack Tilker,
Gertrude Glazer, Tema Satlow. Grace Schwartz, Ruth Joyce, Sam
Summers, Louis Taback, and Maxwell Strain.
Ehrlich
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Elissa Ehrlich, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. David Ehrlich, will
share her Bat-Mitzvah experience
with a Jewish Soviet girl, Dya
Daahevaky. Ilya lives in Oblesst,
USSR with her parents, Vladimir
and Yanna and brother Moissey,
who have tried to emigrate since
1977.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Melinda Brandies, daughter of
Andrea and Sol Brandies, will
celebrate her Bat Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning Feb. 9 service
at Temple Beth Orr. Coral
Springs.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
The B'nai Mitzvah of Jean and
Jonaa Skolnkk, children of
Dyanna and Alan Skolnick, will
be celebrated at the Friday night
Feb. 8 service at Temple Kol
Ami, Plantation.
At the Saturday morning Feb.
9 service, Michael Kauffman, son
of Iris and Fred Kauffman, and
Steven Kronick, son of Toby and
Gary Kronick, will celebrate their
B'nai Mitzvah.
TEMPLE BETH AM
The Bat Mitzvah of Corinne
Goldstein, daughter of Hope and
David Goldstein, will be
celebrated at the Friday night
Feb. 8 service at Temple Beth
Am. Margate.
Mark Lippman, son of Mary
Ann and Walter Lippman, will
become a Bar Mitzvah celebrant
at the Saturday morning Feb. 9
service at Beth Am.
TEMLE BETH ISRAEL
Gerard Rose, son of Adrian
and Esther Rose, will be called to
the Torah on the occasion of his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Feb. 9 at Temple Beth
Israel, Sunrise.
Diversified Quiz
Answers
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"Surviving in the Post-
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Israel."
2- Asher Levy of New
Amsterdam.
3- Eighteen.
4- The Karaites.
5-969 years.
6- Chacham (The wise man).
7- Henrietta Szold.
8- Jeremiah.
9- The life of man his joys
and sorrows.
10- Jochebed.
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coln Park West. Sunrise 38831. Service*: Sunday through Friday 3 i"-*'
p.m., Saturday t a.m., 5:38 p.m. Study croups: Men, Sunday! follow'"!
service*; Women, Tuesday! 8 p.m. Rabbi Area Liebermsn
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YO'S VOLUNTEER FOR SUPER SUNDAY: Pictured are a
I of children who are active in the B'nai B'rith Youth
Liatinn. The youngsters played an integral part of the success of
\Sunday '84. by looking up wrong phone numbers or helping out
\ uav thev could. The BBYO director has begun recruiting for
Sunday '85. March 17 at the Tamarac Jewish Center.
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PALM SPRINGS II UJA will hold its annual
breakfast on behalf of the Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Feb. 24 at the Clubhouse. Sol and Dorothy
Dolleck will be honored for their dedication
towards Judaic values. Guest speaker will be
American-Jewish humorist Eddie Schaffer.
Pictured (above) are some members of the Palm
Springs II UJA committee. They are (standing):
Saul Beberman; Ivring Weiner; Hannah Unger,
chairman; Morris Edelman, co-chairman; honoree
Sol Dolleck; and Murray Boris. Seated are: Helen
Schatten, Shirley Schvimmer, Sophye Sperling,
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Jewish Family Service
Case History
Agreement reached on economic package
FI AVIV l.ITAl A nMr Further intmim in th* mar m -_ .
Mr. T. contacted the agency
for marital counseling When the
therapist contacted Mr. T. to set
up an appointment he stated that
he felt that the problems was
really his wife's. He would be
willing to come in with her but he
disclaimed any responsibility in
the marital conflict. The worker
told Mr. T that she needed to see
both Mr. and Mrs. to understand
the problem and what it meant to
the two of them.
Mr. T. was a very anxious 50
year old man who kept running
his hands through his thinning
hair during the first interview.
He waa employed as an ac-
countant in a manufacturing firm
> Dede County. Mrs. T. was a
pleasant looking attractive 50
year old woman who waa dressed
appropriately and stylishly
She was currently working as a
secretary in an advertising
agency.
Mr. T. kept stating over and
over that if his wife stopped
working there would be no
problems. He saw Mrs. TVs
working as getting in the way of
their family life. He said that the
children had to do too many
things for themselves without
their mother's assistance and
supervision and that he often had
to come home and wait for his
dinner. Mrs. T. replied that she
had no thoughts of giving up her
job and that she had waited until
the children were in junior high
school to go back to work. Mrs.
T. had prepared herself to re-
enter the work world by at-
tending a local vocational school.
She said that working wae im-
portant to her aa a person and
that the family could use the
additonal income which was
budgeted for future college
tuitions.
At first Mr. T. tried to deny
that his wife's income would be
helpful but soon admitted that it
probably would be useful.
In counseling the T's were
helped to deveip new ex-
pectations for their relationship
and to define new roles for each
other. Mr. T. had very fixed ideas
about the way a wife should stay
at home which was the way his
mother did. He was able finally to
accept his wife's desire to work
and not be threatened by it. He
also began to observe indications
of his children's independence
which pleased him.
Mrs. T. was able to work out in
counseling that she had to
redefine her role at home; that it
was no longer possible for her to
work full time, be a mother, wife
and a full time homemaker. She
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had to learn to involved the
family in doing household tasks,
especially Mr. T. whom she had
never involved in that role.
The Ts had many upa and
down in their adjustment but
because of their strong com-
mitments to their relationship.
worked it through. On their last
interview at the agency. Mr. T.
said he was surprised at the way
he had come "full circle" as he
smiled fondly at this wife
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contact us at: Jewish Family
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Flo. 33021, Telephone: 96&0966;
Jewish Family Service of
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Fort Lauderdale, Flo. 33319.
Telephone: 736-3394;
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TEL AVIV eight-month economic package
that will focus more on reducing
the government's expenditures
than reducing the rate of inflation
will take effect next month when
the current wage-price freeae
package expires.
Agreement waa reached on the
salient points of the new package
at a grueling 15-hour meeting of
top government officials with
representatives of Histadrut and
the Employers and Manufac-
turers Association. Premier
Shimon Peres presided, and
Finance Minister Yitzhak Modai
and Economics Minister Gad
Yaacabi were the principal
participants on behalf of the
government.
Under the new package. State
subsidies for bask goods and
services will be reduced from the
present 100-300 percent range to
a maximum of 25 percent, with
subsidies for many items much
lower. Subsidies for electricity
and water will be virtually
eliminated. The Treasury is
expected to save about SI billion
a year.
The prices of non-subsidized
goods are expected to increase by
an average 10 percent next
month and will go up by about
five percent a month thereafter.
Further increases in the cost oi
subsidized goods will depend on
the rate of inflation and the coat
of the Dollar.
The new economic package* will
be in effect five months longer
than the wage-price freeze in-
stituted last November. The
freeae reduced the rate of in-
flation to an 18-month low of 3.7
percent in the second half of
December. Bat the price
l*>dy introduced g
fcn-ry COL mde,T
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be announced on Feb. i^
w*8e-earneri .
pensated by cn.. i
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PICTURED BUSY AT WORK are just a small handful,,
600 volunteers who gave of their time to Super "
Approximately 1000 volunteer, are needed for Super S
March 17 at Tamarac Jewish Center. Sign up sheets
local temples, the Jewish Community Center, and the
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