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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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VOLUNTEER FOR
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PLANTATION
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OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
114 Numbar 10
Women's Division
lommunity Day luncheon
matures Mrs.Yitzhak Rabin
Fort Lauderdato, Florida Friday, March 8,1986
.Priced") Cents
capacity attendance is
ctedfor the 11:30 am.
lursday March 14
Imen's Division "Yom
Ihillah" (Community
luncheon on behalf of
1985 Jewish
deration-United Jewish
fpeal campaign.
rhe luncheon, to be held
[the Plantation-Holiday
1711 N. University
|, will feature an address
Lea Rabin, wife of
ael's Minister of Defense
former Prime Minister
zhak Rabin.
Mrs. Rabin is a leader in
a variety of public
volunteer organizations in
Israel, particularly those
relating to the Army's
welfare activities and the
programs of the Council of
Working Women (Moetzet
Hapoalot).
Dorothy Wildman is
chairing the event which
is open to all women who
have made or will make
a minimum pledge of $72
to the Women's Division
UJA campaign.
Israeli unemployment
tops 100,000
need for UJA aid grows
[JERUSALEM For
s first time, over 100,000
.aelis are unemployed,
jreasing the need for all
IA job-related programs,
fcluding those in project
hewal.
he national insurance
fatute reports 102,202
raelis were unemployed in
nuary. 7.3 percent of the
million work force. The
w up from 88,200 in
member and almost 50
pnt from 69,000 in
Tfnber. It is Israel's
g*t jobless rate since
Rising unemployment is
LV^-effect of complex
w t0 rebuiW the
2*y- Just as the
Burl fgency sharply
K ?s staff levels
"Pastf.veyears.soisthe
foment cutting its
,axes, prices and
S.Were!ro2enfor three
Unused taxes and fees;
J?? Pnce supports;
JgP"bhc spending. The
"ardTu^ ra^cture
ientl h*h't*nology.
momJ JPflvate fi8n,Bd thi8 re^M
,0n control and
retraining many workers.
The need has thus in-
creased to aid youth aliyah
job-training programs;
agency-funded education;
settlements as in the
Galilee and Negev
struggling for economic
self-sufficiency; and ab-
sorption centers helping
new immigrants find
suitable positions. In
particular, the need has
grown in all 57 renewal
neighborhoods twinned to
U.S. Jewish communities.
In Kiryat Shmona, for
example, 5,000 of the
17,000 residents of working
age, or 360 Israelis, are
registered as unemployed,
12 percent of the work
force. Counting others who
would work if they had
jobs, Shimon Asdor,
renewal's local develop-
ment officer told UJA
watch desk, the total is
about 13 percent. The work
force is overwhelmingly
unskilled. Local factories
are near bankruptcy.
Unemployment has risen 10
percent in only one month.
Afore aid is needed, in all
renewal neighborhoods
now.
Federation's
'first ever'
Board Retreat
March 24
Lea Rabin
Women's Division
president Roz Entin reports
that the response for the
Community Day luncheon
has been "wonderful."
"This important event is
another stepping stone to
reaching our goal of $1
million," stated Barbara
Wiener, Women's Division
campaign chairperson.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale
will hold its "first ever"
Board Retreat from 9 ajn.
till 5 p.m. Sunday March24
at the Bonaventure Hotel,
announced Joel Reinstein,
president of the Federation.
This one-day retreat will
consist of meetings, a
luncheon and a closing
cocktail party.
"I, personally, have
envisioned this retreat for a
number of years," stated
Reinstein, "this retreat
should afford us an op-
portunity to evaluate the
past year, discuss future
plans for the community
and participate in a
dialogue with our scholar-
Your invitation to the
Campaign
Leadership Mission
Shalom:
My wife. Pearl, and I invite you to be a part of an
exciting mission to Budapest, Hungary and Israel
which will kick off our 1986 Campaign.
This mission will differ greatly from past missions.
The trip to Budapest will offer a great deal of
insight into Jewish life behind the Iron Curtain. The
Israel portion of the trip will include visits to Hi-Tech
industries, frequent opportunities to meet with
Israelies on a personal level, "sub-missions" which
will allow groups of professionals to meet with their
Israeli counter parts and share in their day to day
activities (ie. hospital visits for physicians, court
room observance for attorneys, etc.) and special
touring options for those of you who have been in
Israel before.
The dates of this fantastic mission are Oct. 2 to
Oct. 16, 1986. In order to insure the success of this
mission we are asking you to clear the time on your
calendar now.
The minimum 1986 Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign contribution required for this
mission is $2,500.
For further information contact Sandy Jackowitz
at the Federation office, 748-8400.
We look forward to having you join us for this
exciting and unique mission.
Sincerely,
JOEL REINSTEIN
President
in-residence, who will offer
an unusual insight into the
Federation role in the
community," Reinstein
added.
Acting as scholar-in-
residence at the retreat will
be the highly publicized,
Rabbi Jay Marcus.
Rabbi Marcus hails from
Young Israel of Staten
Island, N.Y. He founded
the Genesis Foundation
which offers free courses in
the Jewish religion to
people in their workplaces.
Devotees of the program
include professionals with
major law firms such as the
Park Avenue firm of Burns,
Summit, Rovins and
Feldesman and large
brokerage houses like Bear
Stearns and Co., the real
estate firm Integrated
Resources Inc., and at least
20 of the 38 Jewish
representatives to
Congress. Rabbi Marcus
travels to Washington,
D.C. to conduct seminars
with the congressman.
"The members of the
Board of Directors who will
be attending this exciting
all-day event will most
certainly find it exciting
and educational and we
look forward to a large
turnout," stated Reinstein.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday. March 8,1986
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Torches illuminated the night
at Mid East gala for
Project Renewal
By EVELYN GROSS
Elegantly dad guests entered
the fantasy world of "a thousand-
and-one-nights" at the tented
oasis of Mel and Bren Simon on
Saturday evening, Feb. 23. The
Mid-eastern evening of festivities
was the first city-wide fun-
draising effort for Kfar Saba,
Fort Lauderdale's Project
Renewal Sister community in
Israel.
Each couple was greeted at the
Simon oasis by a mideastern
doorman complete with turban.
Cocktails were served poo Is id e
and at the sounding of the brass
gong, guests were invited into
the incense-scented tent for a
seated feast. Colorful fabrics
suspended overhead, created a
tent within a tent. Flickering
candles and soft lighting
illuminated the interior of the
tent. The support poles of the
tent were transformed into large
palm trees complete with gold
palm fronds and white satin
trunks.
Table cloths and underskirts
were of bold Middle Eastern
colors. The top cloths were tied
with gold ribbons. Centerpieces
for each table were fresh fruits
arranged in gold wicker trays and
accented with colorful fresh
flowers.
After a film of Kfar Saba was
presented by Project Renews!
chairperson Alvers Ackerberg
Gold, pledges of over $100,000
were received to further the
rehabilitation of the 5400 men,
women and children living in
Kfar Saba.
A sumptious dinner, followed
by dancing and entertainment
completed this fabulous evening
hosted by Mel and Bren Simon.
Everyone was illuminated with
the wonderful feeling of
comraderie a celebration of
Life and a commitment to better
the lives of our sisters and
brothers in Israel! It was
definitely an evening to
remember ...
TRAINING FOR SUPER SUNDAY: Pictured above i.
the many groups of people who tat in on a training sestZlZ'l
Sunday 84 A volunteer who eign, up to man a phone XI
wdl also attend a training *,mon prior to making the phonlT
training session is included in the two-hour time intend. hL*
volunteer, are ,tiUneeded toman phone, at the TanuvTk
Center on March 17. Contact Larry Schuval and *mT?!
your name now. CaU 74&S40O. """ "'
Rabbi Elliot and Julie Skiddell to lead
Summer Family Mission July 4-17
Barbara Wiener, Missions
chairperson, has announced that
Rabbi Elliot Skiddell. spiritual
leader of Ramat Shalom
Synagogue in Plantation, and his
wife, Julie, will lead the Summer
Family Mission to Israel, July 4-
17
A minimum family com-
mitment to the 1986 Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign
of $2,500 is required for at-
tendance.
The all-inclusive Mission
consists of round-trip airfare
from Fort Lsuderdale to Tel
Aviv, overnight stays in five-star
hotels, and all meals.
Mission participants will
engage in a tree-planting
ceremony upon arrival and will
spend the next three nights in Tel
Aviv. There they will visit
Ashkeion and its historical
excavations, take in some rays st
Kikim Beach, visit JDC affiliated
projects, have lunch in s Project
Renewal neighborhood and view
an IDF Airforce Base.
Upon departure from Tel Aviv,
participants will visit the Golan
Heights area and spend the night
in s northern Kibbutz.
Highlighting the trip will be
Shabbat services at the Western
Wall. Travelers will stay five-
nights in Israel's capital,
Jerusalem. While there they will
visit the Old City and an Arab
marketplace, climb Massds, take
a dip in the Dead Sea .and visit
the Holocaust memorial, Ysd
Vashem. While there, adults will
visit the Knesset while children
will tour the Migdal David
Excavations and Museum, and
take a glimpse of the entire city
of Jerusalem from the walls of the
Old City.
Many more sights are planned.
Sunrise Lakes I UJA
evening March 13
Sunrise Lakes Phase I will hold
its UJA "Evening for Israel" at 7
p.m. Wednesdsy March 13 st the
Sunrise I Playhouse.
Guest speaker will be in-
ternational star. Danny Tad-
more
At the event, the Sunrise
Phase I UJA community will
honor Mark Weissman. executive
vice president of Menorah
Chapels: Arthur Fine, of
Riverside Chapels: Lou and
Frances Korins, Irving and Fay
Mintzer, Alice Raymond, Bessie
Lipman. Milton and Helen
FeWman and Michael and Lottie
Chaikin.
Serving aa Sunrise I UJA
chairman is Jack Rosenberg with
Net Goldman serving ss co-
chairmen Honorary chairmen are
Joe Goldhar, Moe Berg, Lou
Schindler, Bernard Rosinow and
SamLoev.
Ground-breaking for 100th ORT School
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Groundbreaking for the new
Max Braude International ORT
School, which will be located in
Karmiel, is Israel's Western
Galilee, took place in the second
week of February, 1965. This wss
announced by Mrs. Furman,
president of Woodlands North
ORT Chapter.
This new school, which will be
among the most advanced ORT
schools not only in Israel but in
the entire world, will concentrate
on teaching high technology
skills, which are of vital im-
portance to building Israel's
troubled economy and in shaping
the future of the nation." The
town of Karmiel is situated in
"Region 2000," an area in the
lush, rolling hills of the Western
Galilee which is slated for the
development of high-tech in-
dustries. The Israelis hope, that
this area of the country will
become, and perhaps even
surpass, America's "Silicon
Valley" in California.
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-Jerry By nder
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'The Jewish Princess
and Yiddische Mamma
Levy, chairperson
ble Skolnik. co-
of the Women's
| Young Leadership
L Committee of the
deration of Greater
dgle, have announced
cture and discussion,
Jiwartz will open her
ose women who wish
ate in the lecture
. Jewish Princeas
che Mamma". Guest
the lecture is Dr.
oben, Professor of
Director of Jewish
ogram at Tulane
type of program is
snot only educational
ning as well." stated
[Levy.
Friday, Mareh 8,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
Rabbi Sheldon and
Fern Harr to be honored
March 10 at
Plantation/UJA brunch
Jo Ann M. Levy
"We are looking forward to a
large turnout for this lecture."
added Carole Skolnik. For ad-
CaroU Skolnik .
ditional information contact Iris
Steinberg, Assistant Director of
the Women's Division at 748-
8400.
ilders, Real Estate & Allied
Trades Division to hold
March 12 UJA dinner
[ Levy and Richard
chairmen for the
al Estate and Allied
division of the Jewish
on-United Jewish
npaign, have an-
Ithat the Division will
ala dinner, beginning
ktails. at 6:30 p.m.
March 12 at the
[Harbor Reach Hotel,
pday Dr., Ft. Lauder-
num commitment of
11985 Federation-UJA
is required for at-
Couvert is $50 per
adings under the
mclude: Allied Trades.
Contractors,
rs. Real Estate,
Architect, and
and Building Sup-
t speaker will be John
ner trial attorney for
' Department. Office of
Investigation,
in Byelorussian
on the Division's
I Committee are Daniel
pul Lehrer and Andrew
^ on the Dinner com-
[.Gary Bloom, Mr. and
bur Dubin, Susan
Jewry Day
Plantation
Finkelstein, Tony Frank, Michael
Greenberg, Ed Kaplan, Marjorie
Lehrer, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Miller, Stuart Reich, Enyd and
Elliot Sokolow, Ned Wallace, and
Deborah and Steven Wallerstein.
The new Marriott Hotel will be
the setting for the Plantation
community brunch on behalf of
the Federation-UJA campaign.
The brunch, to be held on March
10, will honor Rabbi Sheldon and
Fern Harr for their devotion and
dedication to Jewish causes and
the community.
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. Harr 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
County's Jewish Family Service,
the Jewish Community Center of
Fort Lauderdale and is the past
president of the Ministerial
Fellowship of West Broward.
Fern Harr, has been active in
the Jewish community in her own
right. A member of many
organizations, she is a member of
the board of Temple Kol Ami
Sisterhood.
"This year's brunch will again
affirm the support of the
Plantation community for Israel
and the local Jewish con-
munity," stated Plantation UJ\
co-chairmen Norman Ostrau and
David Jackowitz.
Serving on the Plantation UJA
Brunch Host Committee are:
Mr. and Mr*. Martin Ardman. Mr.
no Mrs. David Arnowlti, Or. and Mr*.
Gerald Balsam, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Bassichls, Mr. and Mrs. George Bar-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Capp, Dr. and
Mrs. Matthew Carr, Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Chudnow, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Conn, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Drath, Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. Llbo
Fineberg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frank,
Mr. Larry Freilich, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Frieier. Dr. and Mrs. Clark Galln, Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Glaskln, Dr. and Mrs.
Sylvan Goidin, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Grtanbaum, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Grenitz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoi Ian
der, Dr. and Mrs. David Horowitz, Mr.
and Mrs. David Jackowitz, Dr. and Mrs.
Marshall Kaplan, Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Lazar, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Levin, Dr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Levine, Dr. and Mrs.
Stephen Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lipnack, Dr.
and Mrs. Barls Lltvak, Mr. and Mrs.
William Matz, Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ostrau,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearlman, Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Poiiakoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Polish, Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Reinstein, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Sachs,
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Sandier, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Schneider, Dr. and Mrs.
Marc Schwartz, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Segaul, Rabbi and Mrs. Elliot Sklddell,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Sobo, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Steitfeld, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Tessler, Mr. and Mrs. David
Waxman, Dr. and Mrs. Michael
Weiiikoff and Dr. and Mrs. Donald
Zelman.
MARCH17
FILLER UP: That is the battle cry for the hundreds of people who
volunteer for the Federation's all day phon-a-thon. Super Sunday.
Throughout the day, refreshments are offered to those who sign up to
man phones and make calls to Fort Lauderdale residents who have not
as yet made a pledge to the Federation-United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. Pictured above are two ladies who lent their services out at
Super Sunday '84. Although response to Super Sunday '86 has been
good, many more volunteers are needed on Sunday March 17 at
Tamarac Jewish Center to make calls. For sign-up information contact
Larry Schuval at 748-8400.
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UPCOMING UJA EVENTS
Inverrary Hi-Greens goes over the
top
OAKLAND HILLS: Belle and
Ely Wishnick will be honored on
Saturday March 9 at Oakland
Hills' gala dinner dance on behalf
of the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign. The
dinner will begin at 7 p.m. and be
held at the Hilton Hotel. 4060
Gait Ocean Dr., Ft. Lauderdale.
A minimum commitment of $100
is required for attendance.
Seymour Falk serves as Oakland
Hills UJA chairman with Gus
Spindler and Sid Roffman ser-
ving as co-chairmen.
PARADISE GARDENS
SECTION 4: Robert Lerner,
chairman, and David Radow, co-
chairman, announce that
Paradise Gardens Section 4 will
hold a breakfast on behalf of the
1985 Federation-UJA campaign.
The breakfast, to be held at 10
a.m. at Congregation Beth Hillel
of Margate, will honor Joseph
and Celia Freed for their
dedication to Jewish values.
Alfred Golden, noted authority
on Israeli affairs, will speak.
CRYSTAL LAKE, THE
MEADOWS OF CRYSTAL
LAKE: Crystal Lake and The
Meadows of Crystal Lake will
hold a breakfast on behalf of UJA
at 10 a.m. Sunday March 10 at
Deer Creek Country Club, 2801
Deer Creek Country Club Blvd..
Deerfield Beach. Daniel Cantor,
Federation board member, will be
the guest speaker. He will discuss
his recent Mission to Israel. Co-
chairmen for Crystal Lake are
Hyman Kaplan, Morris Steinman
and Frank Welsh. Maxwell
Finkel serves as chairman for the
Meadows with Philip Rubinstein
serving as co-chairman.

JEWISH
FEDERATION
An Open Invitation
Women's Division
Installation of officers
Genesis 9:13
PUosejoin us in celebrating the Installation of the
1985-1986 Officers and Board of Directors of the
Lauderdal^'1 Vi"n fthe Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Tuesday, April 2,1985 11.30a.m.
Panorama Room Pier 66 Hotel
2101 S.E. 17th Street Fort Lauderdale
Victor Gruman, (left) past president of the Jewish
Federation and past Inverrary UJA chairman;
Betty Feldman, Hi-Greens UJA co-chairperson;
and Maury Levine, Hi-Greens UJA chairman, are
pictured presenting a pledge card to Al Effrat,
UJA gues t speaker, at their recently held cock tail
party on behalf of the Federation-UJA campaign.
Many of the women residing at HH
the leadership ofEdythe Furman,,
food that was served at the cod
followingJhe party, chairman LeviM,
that the Hi-Green, of Inverrary *Z
more money for UJA than last year. U,
that over 90 percent of the resident, i
ramng $100,000.
fc&
Alvera Ackerberg Gold,
Chairman of the Day
Iris Steinberg,
Assistant Director
Luncheon $15.00
Please reply by March 26th 748-8400

aaai
AJCongress official calls for Federal
legislation to allow victims
to sue Nazis now living In U.S.
BfaOrmon, Barbara Regsen, Claire Libman, Sis
Urody, Edythe Furman, cocktail party chairman
Betty Feldman, cocktail party co-chairman; Rot
Cooper and Min Gruman represent a [
the 80 women of Inverrary Hi-Gnm
prepared the elaborate food for the rtcnlh\
Hi-Greens UJA cocktail party.
An American Jewish Congress
wants federal legislation that will
enable Holocaust victims to
bring civil suits against Nazi war
criminals living in the United
States.
Alan S. Katz. president of the
Southern California region of
AJCongress, says that Holocaust
survivors should have legal
standing to sue Nazis in federal
court to recover damages arising
from World War II crimes. He
says such legislation would
constitute a Holocaust victims'
"BUI of Rights."
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. (D-N.J )
and Senator Strom Thurmond
IK-b.CJ, chairmen of the House
and Senate Judiciary com-
mitteea. respectively. Mr. Katz
said that "Nazi barbarians who
thaaV%n9Caped jV8tk* for "ore
than 40 years and even prospered
m dhc.t refuge in the UmS
States should not be permitted to
2Pf ^ reach of civil law as
tney have criminal law."
Women's Division Lion Luncheon
a huge success
Palm-Aire women hit $100,000 mark
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale is pleased to
announce that the Palm Aire
women have reached $100,000 in
their 1985 UJA cat Anita Berman, hairman of
Palm Aire stated "we are very
proud to be able to contribute to
the Federation-United
Appeal campaign."
Jewish
Herman thanked, not only, her
co-chaira. Myrtle Milberg and
Joan Tabor, but all of the women
in Palm Aire who have helped
make the campaign such a
success.
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hostess of the luncheon; Tamar Eshel, guest
aZ^'r; hJtan Steinberg, chairman of the'daj;
and Barbara Wiener. Women', Division Cam-
paign chairperson.
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Number 10
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation recently held
fts Lion Luncheon, open to those
women who make a minimum
commitment of $2600 to the
Women's Division Federation
Unfed Jewuh Appeal campaign,
at the spacious Woodlands home
of Jan Siiverman.
Guost speaker for the event
l*..7"* EW, a form*
Kneaaet Deputy Spaakar. Eshel
discussedI the current situation in
Israel and the need for the help of
the American Jewry population
Barbara Wiener. Women's
,2?SE chairparaon.
repaatod tint there were 14 saw
"little" Lions, each contributing
a minimum of $2600, plus and
additional 31 women who have
already pledged their support.
"Each woman who pledged a
minimum of $2600 to UJA,
received a blue lapis charm with a
gold lion embedded in the cen-
ter," stated Roz Entin, Women's
Division president. "I was so
Pleased with the overwhelming
response to this moat important
event, "ahaadded.
Chairing the luncheon was
Joan Steinberg, who expressed
her thanks to Jan Silvannan for
opening her home for this fan-
artant event on the Women's
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Friday, March 8,1960 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Uuderdah Page S
ntat ion celebrates support for
Federation/UJA at Regine's

fman and Amy Ostrau.
Dr. Sheldon and Marsha Feld-
man, Dr. Walter and Dr. Mildred
Padow, Sheldon and Lois Polish,
and David and Sandy Jackowitz.
Alan and Marsha Levy.
J&
and Pearl Reinstein, Alan
Marsha Levy, and Jeff

Steitfeld. (not
Steitfeld.)
shown is Linda

n* and Cookie Berman.
The PlantationUJA com-
munity held its annual event on
behalf of the FederationUJA
campaign recently, at the popular
Regine's Nightclub located in the
Grand Bay Hotel, Coconut
Grove.
"The evening was an over-
whelming success," stated
PlantationUJA co-chairmen
Norman Ostrau and David
Jackowitz, "from the fun-filled
bus ride to Miami, to the dining
and dancing at Regine's,
everyone had a wonderful time.
The following people attended
the Regine's function, which was
open to those individuals who
make a minimum committment
of 82,500 to the UJA campaign;
Mr", and Mrs. George Berman,
Lisa Shulman, Myra Halle,
Cookie Berman, Ruth Goldin and
Elaine Cohn.
Or. and Mrs. Sheldon Feldman,
Mr.and Mrs. David Jackowitz,
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Halle, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Lipnack, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Ostrau, Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Polish, Mr. and
Mr8. Joel Reinstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Rifkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schnur, Dr. and
Mrs. Marc Schwartz, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Streitfeld, Dr. and
Mrs. Donald Zelman, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Drath, Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Greene. Dr. Walter
and Dr. Mildred Padow, Dr. and
Mrs. Sylvan Goldin, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Mann, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Levy, Mr! Larry
Freilich, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Joel
Shulman, and Mr. Harvey
Henan.
Sheldon and Lois Polish.
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f*w",, reaid't* really
r P at Regine's, /u
on behalf bf the Federoiion-UJA
campaign.
Dr. Sheldon Polish, Dr. Mildred
Padow and Alan Cohn are pic-
tured enjoying
Regine's.


1985
Pge 6 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. March 8.
North Broward residents show support for Soviet
Jews; show your support March 12 at
Tamarac Jewish Center
>/
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North Broward residents show
support lor Soviet Jews; Show
your support March 12 at the
Tamarac Jewish Center.
Recently the Community
Relations Committee held a
petition drive on behalf of Soviet
Jewry, which was signed by
several thousand concerned
citizens of North Broward
County: expressing their concern
over violations of human rights
in the Soviet Union.
The following response was
received from the U.S. Depar-
tment of State:
Jewish Federation
of Fort Lauderdale
8358 West Oakland
Park Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale.
Florida 33321
Dear Concerned Americans:
Thank you for sending
Secretary Shultz your petitions
concerning the plight of Jews in
the Soviet Union. We are always
interested in the views of the
American public on foreign polio-
issues, and appreciate the special
effort made to share these
thoughts with us.
We share your grave concern
about the intensifying campaign
of repression Soviet authorities
PALM LAKES HOLDS SUCCESSFUL UJA BREAKFAST 77,*
ZT^^fw^ *?" "*"/" breakfast on behalf of the
h2 *ed*nt-U'ut* -/*** Appeal campaign recently uherl
Y.fZk Su"rzmana* ^"d for her delation and concern for
Jeuish values. Chairman of the Palm Lakes UJA campaign is
Emanuel Bregman u-ith Sol Ciller serving as treasurer 2dXf2
SchUman serving as secretary. Pictured presenting the honor*
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are waging against Jewish
cultural activists and refuseniks.
The deteriorating situation of
Soviet Jews is deeply troubling
to all who are interested in the
defense of human rights. As
Secretary Shultz said in an
October 22. 1984 speech to the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry:
Among human rights issues,
none has more urgency than the
treatment of Soviet Jewry .
Soviet leaders may well be
perplexed by our preoccupation
with human rights. After all.
they and many other govern-
ments throughout the world take
the view that human rights are
strictly an "internal affair" .
In the aftermath and in the
everlasting memory of the Nazi
Holocaust, this attitude must be
relentlessly exposed as a gross
moral evasion.
We have condemned con-
sistently Soviet restrictions on
Jewish emigration and per-
secution of Jews and members of
other religious faiths. Such
measures are contrary to the
human rights provisions of the
Helsinki Final Act. We have
strongly called for the Soviets to
comply with their undertakings
in that agreement. In addition,
we have made it unequivocally
dear in bilateral exchanges with
the Soviets that their abuses of
individual rights have a serious
detrimental effect on US -Soviet
relations. Both President Reagan
and Secretary Shultz stressed our
continuing concern over Soviet
human rights abuses to Soviet
Foreign Minister Gromyko in
their September 1984 meetings.
Unfortunately, the Soviets
have been unresponsive to our
efforts, labeling them as "in-
terference" in their internal
affairs. U.S. influence on Soviet
emigration practices and per-
secution of Soviet Jews remains
limited. However, we are not
discouraged and will continue to
exercise what influence we have.
Sincerely.
John T. McCarthy
Acting Assistant Secretary
for Public Affair.
If you are interested and wish
to show your solidarity on behalf
of Soviet Jewry, please attend a
rally on March 12, at the
Tamarac Jewish Center. 9101
NW 57th Street. Tamarac.
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On Super Sunday, you will receive a call from one of your neighbors asking you to help
Jews in need at home, in Israel and around the world.
Don't put this call on hold. Too many people are
waiting already.
Your support is essential to keep our Jewish
community strong.
To assure lives of dignity and self-reliance for
the elderly.
To help our youth understand the depth and
richness of our Jewish culture.
To help families find Jewish answers to the
challenges imposed by a modern mobile society.
Mxjr support is essential to meet immigrant needs
in Israel.
To provide swift and comprehensive absorption for
new immigrants.
To help settlers establish footholds in the Galilee
and start new lives in the Negev.
To maintain vital programs for the old and for
the young.
To rejuvenate the lives of 300,000 men, women
and children in distressed neighborhoods through
Project Renewal.
Your support is essential to sustain Jewish life around
the world.
To keep hope alive in remnant communities in
Eastern Europe, Ethiopia and the Moslem world.
To relocate thousands of people in areas of Jewish
distress who seek new lives in free lands.
Your support is essential to the quality of Jewish life in
the years ahead.
When your telephone rings, answer the call.
On Super Sunday March 17th
JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
CALL 748-8400
Israel Needs You On Super Sunday
Volunteer 2 hours of your time MARCH 17,1985
Join your neighbors at Tamarac Jewish Center
9101 N.W. 57th Street
:==
Please reserve a telephone forme:
Name:__________-----------------
Address: :__________--------------
City: _-------------------
Phone #:
Zip:.
Agency/Organizational
Affiliation:________
SUNDAY, March 17,1985
/ will be able to staff the telephones from:
___2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
___3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
___4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
I will be able to staff a telephone on the following
evenings from 5 to 8 p.m.
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
9:00 FILLED 1:00 a.m.
10:(X FILLED 12 noon
11:0C FILLED 1:00 p.m.
12:0C FILLED 2:00 p.m.
.1:00 FILLEDfcOO p.m.
Monday (3/18)
Tuesday (3/19)
_ 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
_ 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
_ 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
('ut Out and Mail To
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
P.O. Box 26810
Tamarac, FL 33320-6810
748-8400
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, March 8,1966
*

LAUDERDALE OAKS UJA HOLDS SUCCESSFUL RALLY
Louis Silvers, chairman of the 1985 Jens* Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign at Lauderdale Oaks, announced that the community
feld a very successful Rally for Israel recently where Jeanette Nur-
nberg was honored for her dedicated work for Jewish causes. Silvers
/ Mlllrfaa award of merit fir his hard work and dedication as
^derdale Oaks UJA chairman. Alfred Golden, chairman of the
SfT 0C^VfaBI?,..Com,,UMk,,l *ot'* th* k*Wote address.
rtcfu^rf are Silvers and Sumberg uith their honorary plaques. Jules
and Heart Karpas served as honorary co-chairpersons with Hy
Seidman serving as co-chairman.
Hebrew Day School holds
Super-Thon to raise funds
Pictured (left to right): Irving Tager, honoree.
Rose Golden and Vera Sagle, axhairpersons;
and Esther Kleinman. chairperson. Not pictured
are co-chairpersons Abe Greenberg and 1
Kalman, and honoree Irene Tager.
Palm Springs I to hold UJA breakfast March
Esther Kleinman, chairperson
for the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign at Palm
Lakes I, has announced that the
community will hold at 10 am.
Sunday March 10 breakfast at
the Clubhouse, on behalf of UJA.
At that time, the community
will honor Irene and Irving Tager
for their efforts on behalf of
Jewish causes.
The Hebrew Day School of
Fort Lauderdale will be having a
SUPER-THON on Monday.
March 25. "The purpose of this
SUPER-THON is to raise much
needed funds to purchase A.V.
equipment for the school. The
school hopes to be able to raise
6.000 from the SUPER-THON."
stated Marc Schwartz. Day
School President.
"The SUPER-THON
represents a way in which the
public can help us help our
serves." stated Fran Merenstein.
Day School director. During a
one-hour time period, each
participant will walk. run. or jog
around a 220-yard track as many
times as he or she can. For the
next few weeks, the children will
be busy asking neighborhood
friends and businesses to sponsor
them for so much money per lap.
For example, if you sponsor a
child for 20 cents per lap and he-
she jogs 25 laps, then your pledge
would only be $5. Most joggers
should be able to complete 25 to
35 laps. The maximum number of
laps that will be allowed is 50.
When the SUPER-THON is
over, you will be mailed a thank-
you letter which will let you know
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
1- Who walked into a lion's den
but came out unharmed?
2- What is the largest river in
Israel?
3- What is the purpose of all
the Mitzvot (The Com-
mandments) or Good Deeds?
4- What is Marriage called in
Hebrew?
5- In what country did
Solomon Schechter discover the
Geniza (the repository or hiding
place) containing fragments of
important documents?
.. *" What gracious actions of
"Loving Kindness" does the
word "Chased" include?
7- How many hours must one
wait after eating meat before
partaking of dairy dishes?
8- Who brought the Jews into
the Promised Land?
9- Against what people did
Samson fight?
10- Who was the first to
discover the concept of One G-d?
See Page 10 for answers
how many laps your jogger
completed and the total amount
of your pledge.
The Hebrew Day School of
Fort Lauderdale is a non-profit
organization, and your paid
pledge is tax deductible.
For further information, please
contact Mrs. Tema Friedman,
Assistant Director at 583-6100.
The Hebrew Day School is. v
Abraham J. Gittelson.
Federation director of education,
will be the guest speaker.
Co-chairing the Palm Springs I
UJA campaign are: Rose Golden,
Abe Greenberg, Vera Nagle and
Rosaline Kalman.
Palm Springs falls under the
Greater Margate Area UJA
campaign, which is chaired by
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Friday, March 8,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 9
'.W
,Y HONORS WECARE FOUNDER: Rhonda Pu.
xtor of the JCCs WECARE program congratulates Rovi
%CARE founder and present co-chairman, for receiving the
A urard for her dedication to volunteer organizations. Faber
\the top five finalists, out of 157 applicants. She received a
hlpture, a certificate of appreciation and $1,000 for
ARAGON HOLDS SUCCESSFUL UJA
BRUNCH: Lillian and Larry Mines, chairpersons
for the Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal
campaign at Aragon, announced that the com-
munity held a successful brunch recently, on
behalf of UJA. The Mines thanked their cam-
paign committee for its hard work and dedication.
Pictured above at the brunch are: Lillian and
Larry Mines, Ruth and Herb Alter, Edith and
Sam Block, Bea and Manny Heller, Yoianda and
Alex Klein, and Jeanette and Martin Minhoff.
Not pictured are committee members Reva and
Harry Weisburd



Las Vegas Night at the JCC
LUNTEER OF THE MONTH: Robin Levine (left),
UheJCCs Early Childhood program, hands the Volunteer
fth Award to Joan Bloomgarden, who chairs the JCC Pre-
inun.
A fun-filled evening is
promised at the JCCs Annual
Las Vegas Night program,
Saturday, March 23, beginning
at 8:30 p.m., in Soref Hall on the
JCC Campus, 6501 West Sunrise
Boulevard.
Games of chance, such as
blackjack, crape, roulette, wheel
of fortune and poker, will be
featured. The croupiers for this
year's event will be trained and
experienced JCC members.
Stuart Tatz, an active supporter
of the JCC, is responsible for the
training of dealers.
Following the games of chance,
an auction is scheduled, with
purchases to be paid for by
"winnings" from the gambling
tables.
Included in the long list of
desirable items to be auctioned
off are lunches and dinners in
favorite restaurants, gift cer-
tificates, accessories and ap-
pliances for the home and
numerous services donated by
professionals in the area.
A raffle, featuring a cruise for a
first place prize, wul be drawn at
the event.
The public is invited to attend.
Tickets are: S10 JCC for
members and $12.50 for non-
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Each admission will receive
f 10,000 in scrip. Coffee and cake
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, March 8,1986
Sen. Moynihan calls for Paraguay
to locate and arrest Mengele
Citing Paraguayan failure to
honor a promise to begin an
investigation into the
whereabouts of Dr. Josef
Mengele, Sen. Daniel Patrick
Moynihan (D.. N.Y.) introduced
a concurrent resolution ex-
pressing the sense of Congress
that the Nazi war criminal be
located, arrested, and extradited
to West Germany.
As the chief doctor at the
Auschwits-Birkenau con-
centration camp during World
War II, Dr. Mengele "personally
ordered more than 400,000 Jews
- including close to 200,000
children to the gas chambers
after, in many cases, conducting
barbarous, unspeakable pseudo-
scientific 'experiments' on many
of them," Sen. Moynihan said in
a statement.
Despite this record of "vast
criminality," the Senator said,
Dr. Mengele has lived in freedom
since the end of the war, residing
in South America for the last 35
B'nai B'rith calls on World Jewry
to stage rallies March 15
make its voice heard in order to
reinforce Washington's position
on Soviet Jewry." He said that it
is also important to encourage
other Western and pro-Westrn
nations to take a stand with the
USSR "and, perhaps most
important, to show the Soviets
that they cannot expect better
relations with the U.S. and the
West without significantly
easing conditions for Soviet
Jews."
Spurred by the near-cessation
of Jewish emigration and a sharp
increase in the arrests and
harrassment of Jews by the
Soviet government, B'nai B'rith
International is calling on its
members around the world for
the third straight year to stage
events on March 15 designed to
pressure the Kremlin to reverse
its anti-Semitic policies.
Gerald Kraft. B'nai B'rith
president, siad that "not since
the so-called 'new Cold War'
began has there been a more
favorable climate to influence
Soviet policy toward Jews."
Kraft noted that on March 16,
delegates from the United States
and the USSR will begin new
disarmament talks in Geneva.
These talks, he said, will likely be
accompanied by discussions on
trade and other issues of mutual
interest.
"The (U.S.) Administration is
committed to raising the issue of
Soviet Jewry at every op-
portunity, and the Soviet
Government is well aware of
America's strong views on this
subject." said Kraft.
Kraft said that because of
these talks "it is vitally im-
portant for world Jewry, par-
ticularly American Jewry, to
Diversified Quiz
years. Dr. Mengele became a
naturalized citizen of Paraguay in
1959, and is believed still living
there.
"The civilized peoples of the
world ought no longer to allow
Josef Mengele's crime to go
unpunished, and to allow him to
live, untried, in freedom."
Senator Moynihan noted that
last November, the Paraguayan
Minister of the Interior promised
that his government would begin
a nationwide investigation to
locate Dr. Mengele. "Yet after
three months, there has been no
investigation," the Senator said.
The resolution introduced by
Sen. Moynihan would express the
sense of Congress that,
"Paraguay should immediately
carry out an investigation to
locate and arrest Josef Mengele
and extradite him to the Federal
Republic of Germany"; "the
United States should send
representatives to Paraguay to
observe and participate" in the
investigation; "the United States
should take all possible actions to
ensure that Josef Mengele is
brought to justice."
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yOM YERUSHALAYIM-MAY 19, 1985
ing for the third annual
.North Broward Midraaha
Central Agency for Jewish
bation of the Jewish
tion of Greater Fort
began at a recent
of the Yom
Bihalay'"1 committee.
Ling the meeting were:
" Wadler. Elaine Lampert
[riorence Sag of the Liberal
U Temple of Coconut Creek;
Cand Arieh Dagan of the
Agency for Jewish
ltjon Sunriv Landsman of
Lie of Yiddish Clubs; Jerry
Kaye of Omega Condominium:
Helen Weisberg, administrator of
the North Broward Midrashe:
and Abraham J. Gittelson,
director of Education of the
Jewiah Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
La'Chayim Celebrating 18
Years Of A Reunified Jerusalem,
will be celebrated on May 19, at
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise
from 1-4 p.m. The day will in-
clude two series of concurrent
workshops, presentation of
proclamations, and a Jerusalem
happening. The charge for the
afternoon, which will include
refreshments, will be $2.
Registration for Yom
Yerushalayim will be through the
mail in advance of the program.
There will be a poster contest
for children based on the theme of
Yom Yerushalayim. Information
on the poster contest will be
available at the many Hebrew
schools in the community. To
enter, a child must use a 17" by
22" poster board, the picture
must relate to Jerusalem. Yom
Yerushalayim May 19, must
appear someplace on the poster.
Any medium may be used. The
posters must be submitted to the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, 8358 W. Oakland
Park Blvd. no later May 10.
Prizes will be awarded for the 1st,
2nd and 3rd places winners.
Judges for the contest will be
announced at a later date.
Participating in this program
are: Temples Beth Am, Beth
Israel, Beth Israel of Deerfield
Beach, Beth Orr. Beth Torah,
Emanu-Kl, Sha'aray Tzedek,
Sholom, Ramat Shalom
Synagogue, Hebrew
Congregation of Lauderhill,
Liberal Jewiah Temple of
Coconut Creek, Southeastern
Region United Synagogue of
America, Jewish Community
Center, and Omega Con-
dominium. For further in-
formation call Helen Weisberg at
748-8400.
Local students to attend
High School in Israel
1972, just 13 years ago,
tbi Morris A. Kipper, former
bi of Temple Judea in Coral
and a group of South
da educators met to organize
program that would help
hsh teenagers discover their
L as Jews an forge their link
kState of Israel.
Ilabbi Kipper stumbled upon
, when, during his
I experience in Camp
leman, he found that
[ungsters get so wrapped up in
r studies that they learn a lot
! in a short period of time in
nsive study than if they
dy that topic over a long
i of time."
hus the idea of a High School
I Israel was born. With the
Operation of the Ministry of
cation in Israel and the
irtment of F.ducation of Tel
University, a curriculum
formulated to attract 11th
12th grade students in the
jilic and private schools. The
vation of these teenagers to
1 is to improve their study
in preparation for college
work and to provide them
i experiences that will foster
Irish identity.
school is located at the
enson Regional High School
[Hod Ha'Sharon. It is a non-
pit organization and a fully -
dited school.
ere are five eight-week
ions during the course of a
(year period The enroUeea.
ally 100 American high
ol students, participate in
is probably the toughest
post demanding learning
~ence they have ever known.
i Jewish history as the core
J"t, from Ancient and
I times to the modern era,
present state of Israel in
particular and the Middle East
area in general, the course delves
into and develops the elements of
literature, archaeology, car-
tography, geography, com-
parative religion, philosophy, and
political science.
The 48 class days are divided
into two halves. About 20
sessions are spent on campus in
investigative work, reading,
discussing and writing essays on
the different periods of Jewish
history. The remainder of the
sessions are spent in the field,
visiting the various sites where
these historic events took place
and even acting out the roles of
the people they are studying. All
the work is done in English.
In addition to the regular
course of study, individual in-
struction is offered in
mathematics, science and foreign
language. Those students
requesting such help are asked to
bring their text books and class
plans along from America.
The teaching staff is composed
of American-trained teachers
with graduate degrees in history,
social sciences and allied
disciplines. They are engaged five
months prior to taking on a full
teaching load. For two and one-
half months they are crash-
trained by the curriculum and
staff supervisor. For the
following two and one-months,
they team-teach with veteran
teachers.
Although telephones and
televisions are not provided in
the dormitories, the social side of
high school Ufa is not neglected.
Social get-togethers with their
Israeli contemporaries are
arranged. They are also invited to
spend weekends in Israeli homes,
thus providing them with an
insight into the life style of
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are:
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Evan Charles, of Coral Springs;
Stacy Cohen, of Plantation
Mindy Fischer, Sunrise; Tammy
Gordon, Sunrise; Howard
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Steven Tyman, Lauderhill: Scott
Weiss, Sunrise; Amy Winderlkh,
Sunrise: and Ron Zussman, Coral
Springs.
High School in Israel is
subsidized by the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale with funds from its
annual United Jewish Appeal
campaign.
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P*g12 The Jwiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, March 8,1986
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ '^
Community Calendar
THURSDAY MARCH 14
City of Hope-Lakea Chapter:
12:90 p.m. Meeting. Temple
Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdak. 486-
5967.
ORT Tamarac Chapter: 11 am.
Meeting. Italian American Club,
7310 W. McNab Rd., Tamarac.
721-1299.
Hadaaaah-Orah Sonriae Lakes
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Meeting and
Purim play. Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9101 NW 57 St.
B'nai Brith Women Coconut
Creek Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Donor
luncheon. Boca Pointe Country
Club.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach-Sisterhood : Noon.
Meeting and Purim production.
At Temple.
ORT-Sunrise Village Chapter:
12:30 p.m. Meeting. Oscar
Goldstein will entertain. Broward
Bank. 3000 N. University Dr..
Sunrise. Mini-lunch.
Sunrise Jewish Center-Men's
Club: Stay at the Saxony Hotel
in Miami Beach. 741-0295.
Brandeis University NWC-Fort
Lauderdak* Pompano Chapter: 1
p.m. Opera workshop featuring
"Ernani" by Guissepi Verdi.
Pompano Beach Library, 1213
NE Atlantic Blvd. 972-3172.
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg,
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY MARCH 8
Women's Division: 10 a.m.
Executive board meeting.
Federation, 8358 W. Oakland Pk.
Blvd. 748-8400.
West Broward Jewish
Congregation: 8:15 p.m. Open
house services. At Temple, 7473
NW 4 St., Plantation.
SATURDAY MARCH 9
Lime Bay Community
Association: 8:30 p.m. Show
featuring comedian Gene Brenner
and singer Lori Sawyer.
Donation S3.
Brandeis University NWC-Fort
Lauderdale Pompano Chapter:
7:15 p.m. Square dance. Pom-
pano Beach Rec. Center. 971-
3168.
Sunrise Jewish Center-
Sisterhood 8 p.m. Purim party.
Cost $5. 741-0295.
SUNDAY MARCH 10
Israel Tennis Center: Annual
meeting and exhibition week.
March 10-17. Turnberry Isle
Country Club.
Midrasha Lecture Series: 8 p.m.
Speaker: Reuven Kimmelman.
Ramat Shalom, 11301 W.
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ARMDIAahheloa Chapter: 10
a.m. Purim breakfast. JCC, Soref
HaU. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd.
MONDAY MARCH 11
ORT Pine Island Chapter:
11:30 a.m. Luncheon and card
party. Donation S5. Nob Hill Rec.
Center. 10400 Sunset Strip.
Hadaaaah-Fort Landerdale
Tamar Chapter: Noon. Hebrew
Day School children will present
Purim program. Mini-lunch.
Lauderdale Oaks Auditorium,
3080 NW 47 Terr., Lauderdale
Lakes.
B'nai B'rkb-Pompano Beach
Lodge: 3 p.m. Board of directors
meeting. Pompano Beach City
HaU.
TUESDAY MARCH 12
Jewish Book Review Series: 1 to
2:30 p.m. "On Equal Terms:
Jews in America." by Lucy
Davidowicz. West Regional
Branch. Plantation. 748-8400.
Cincinnati Club of S. Florida:
Noon. Cruise on Paddlewheel
Queen. Includes lunch. 427-8810.
AMIT Women-Maaada Chapter:
Noon. Meeting. JCC, 6601 W.
Sunrise Blvd., Soref Hall.
Temple Beth Orr-Adnlt
Education cJasa: 8 p.m. Rabbi
Jerrold Levy will discuss,
"Reform Judaism." At Temple.
B'nai B'rith Women-Ocean
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Sarah
Filner will present, "Life of
Eleanor Roosevelt." Gait Ocean
Mile Hotel. 3200 Gait Ocean Dr.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 13
Jewish Book Review Series: 1 to
2:30 p.m. "On Equal Terms:
Jews in America." Lauderdale
Lakes Branch. 748-8400.
Hadaasah Hatikvah Cypress
Chase Chapter: Noon. Meeting.
Oscar Goldstein will discuss
Jewish humor. Mini-lunch.
Temple Emanu-El. 3245 W.
Oakland Pk. Blvd. 731-8862.
Brandeis University NWC-West
Broward Chapter: 11:15 a.m.
Meeting. Jean Trebbi of the
Broward County Library, will
present, "Books that make a
Difference." Slide show will be
shown. Deicke Auditorium, 5701
Cypress Rd.. Plantation. 473-
5179 or 583-1402.

MEMBERS OF MISS JOY's and Miss Jones new Young \
Class at the Jewish Community Center are pictured with
teachers on a tour of the JCC campus. These youngest "membtr7
the Center are part of the Center's two-year-old program, wk
ofVf to those children who are two at of Jan. 1 of this year
, Co*, tion call the center at 792-6700.
Community Calendar deadlines
Deadline for news to appear in the Community Calendar of tk. I
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OF GREATER FORT LAUDE?
DALE must be in the Floridian office NO LATER than two
weeks prior to the issue you wuld like your news to appear in.
There will be no exceptions to the rule. Address the news to the
Jewish Floridian, P.O. BOX 26810, Tamarac, Fla.. 33320-6810
Cypress Savings Association
STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDITION
- December 31
ASSETS: 1984
Cash (including overnight investments)............................... $ 8,189,586
Investments .......................................... 27.725,695
Loans Receivable-Net......................................... 98.089,169
Property and Equipment-Net....._______.......................... i ,335,274
Real Estate Owned ..___..................*.........___________ i ,080,085
Accrued Interest Receivable......______........................... lt252!584
Prepaid Expense and Other Assets.................................. l!w*>!816
Total Assets......................................... $142,369,209
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
gy***.-----------......................................... $109.378.172
r nLD Advances--------------------.______________________..__._______ 2 000 000
Securities Sold Under Agreements to Repurchase.......... ..... 12'8I7'954
A.Cwn"id tf"1PayaWe...................................----- 1 .'098.'051
i^T^fi -n^l-------.................................... 1.633.995
Deferred Income Taxes........................................ ^37 ggg
Total Liabilities........................................ $127.765.870
SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Class A Common Stock-$. 01 par value. 4.000.000 shares authorized
issued and outstanding. 797.025 shares at December 31.1984..... $ 7 970
CUss B Common Stock-$4.00 par value. 400.000 shares authorized
issued and outstanding. 265.095 shares at December :t 1. 1984 1 ran -um
Additional Paid-in Capital........... quo* YYu
RetaJnedlncome................... ~"//^///^.:::::: Is&jn
Total Shareholders' Equity................................ 14 603 339
Total Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity........................ $142.369 209
December 31
1983
$ 5.486.581
15.159.528
45.996.814
1.098.828
132,576
819.215
1.372.076
$70,065,618
$55,680,750
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491.324
796.575
466.539
$57.435.188
$ 7.924
1.078.396
9.87b. 111
1.667.966
12.630,430
$70,065,618
STATEMENT OF INCOME
Twelve Months Kndmfl
December 31 December 31
19B4 1983
BSSSSt:::::::::::::::::::::::::: "jiffiS ^H
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Netlncome------.......................... $ 2.184.588 *$1,506930
Earnings Per Shared)............... $----------TV7 ,....
weighted Average Number of Common ....... M U(2)
and Common Equivalent Shares Outstanding........ 1,969,609 1.966 776(2)
Three Months Endum (Unaudited)
December 31 December 31
1984
$4,043,833
2,985.655
1.078.178
(175.563)
902.615
317.332
1983
$2,064,118
1.335.207
728.911
18.969
747.880
190,656
$ 585.283 $ 557.224
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1.971.243
$, .39(2)
1.966.794(2)
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DIRECTORS
Stanley I. Margulles. M.D
Chairman of the Board
Cypress Savings Association
William Markham
Broward County Property
Appraiser
ADVISORY BOARD
Joseph Gerlak. P.G.A.
Hollywood Country Club &
Hillcrest Country Club
Jacques (I Francoeur
President I'mMedia.Inc.
Newspaper Publisher & Distributor
Montreal Fort Lauderdale
Loren A. Mintx
President
Cypress Savings Association
Marvin Schermer. DDS.
Shaker Heights. Ohio
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
Kenneth C. Jetme. Esquire
Atkinson, (.olden. Jenne.
l>iner & Henry. P.A.
State Senator
Ronald Wilson
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Ronsco Supply Co. Ltd.
Railroad Equipment Suppkes
Montreal/Fort Lauderdale
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Plantation* I North University Drive 475-3100
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luderdale Friday. March 8,1985
Family Service
Mrs. G. is a 45-year-old woman
who lives in Tamarac She has
been married three times since
the age of 22, and she was
considering marriage a fourth
time, but wanted to make sure
that it would not end like the
other three marriages. Mrs. G.
has never had children and she is
beginning at this time in her life
to regret this decision.
During the three months that
Mrs. G. had been coming to
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County for counseling
sessions, it had become apparent
that bar father did not spend
much time with her when she was
a child, and that when he did be
was very cold towards bar. The
long hours he worked in his little
butcher shop in Brooklyn did not
allow him to pay much attention
to his love starved daughter, who
wanted so much to be, "daddy's
little girl." Mrs. G. remembers
her father coming home for
dinner at 8:30 at night and falling
asleep shortly afterward, only to
rise at 5:30 am. to begin the
grueling cycle once again.
Mrs. G. reiterated many times
that she was very frightened that
if she married for the fourth tine.
Case History
this relationship would also end
in a divorce. She explained that
after being married a number of
years, she would have an affair
with men that she met at work or
at the singles bar she frequented
before going home in the evening.
Each of her marriages ended in a
divorce precipitated by her
husband after finding out about
her indiscretions.
Mrs. G. was in a crisis when
she first saw the therapist, she
wanted help in understanding
why she behaved in such a self-
destructive manner most of her
life. Although, Mrs. G was dose
to her mother as a child, she now
realizes that her desire to have a
closer relationship with her father
has motivated her behavior for
many years. It became apparent
to her that by having affairs with
different men during her
marriages, she was indirectly
displaying her anger at her
husbands who became father-
substitutes. In other words Mrs.
G. acted out here anger towards
her father by hurting her
husbands. In the and she
repeatedly hurt herself by this
self-destructive behavior which
decreased her self esteem even
more.
When Mrs. G. became aware of
this trend and why she was
behaving in this manner, she was
able to gain control in her life and
make more rational decisions
based upon the facts, rather then
the emotional pain felt in
childhood. She is currently
engaged to be married, and she
believes that this marriage will be
lasting.
// you have any questions or
feel that we can help, please
contact us at: Jewish Family
Service of Broward County, 4517
Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood.
Flo. 33021, Telephone. 96&0966;
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County, 3500 North
State Road No. 7 Suit* 399,
Fort Lauderdale, Flo. 33319.
Telephone. 735-3394; Jewish
Family Service of Broward
County, 1800 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
Deerfield Beach, Flo. 33441.
Telephone: 427-8508.
Jewish Family Service of
Broward County is a beneficiary
Agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale, the
Jewish Federation of South
Broward and the United Way of
Broward County.
Rabbi Gordon named 'Chaplain of the Year'
*
Pictured presenting the 'Chaplain of the Year"
Award are (left to right) Rabbi Albert Schwartz
A^*.Jti^'f,dirtetor f Chaplaincy Commission';
Alfred Golden, chairman of the Chaplaincy
B'nai B'nbt Mitzvah
*
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bar Mitzvah of Randy
Budde, son of Michele and Larry
Budde, will be celebrated at the
Saturday morning March 9
service at Temple Beth Torah,
Tamarac.
Candlelighting limes
March 1- 0:04 p.m.
March 8 6:06 pm
Maw* 16 6:11 p.m
March 22-6:15
March 29- 6.18p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Peal Joachim, son of Linda
and George Joachim, wil become
a Bar Mitzvah celebrant at the
Saturday morning March 9
"vice at Temple Bath Am,
Margate.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
At the Friday night March 8
arvice, the Brnot Mitzvah of
MIAafc Bo.mII. daughter of
Karen and Alan "-nil and
Matte. Mlehaai.. daughter of
Diane and Steven Mkhaaa, will
be celebrated at Temple Hot Ami
Plantation.
The following morning at the
Saturday March 9 service the
B'nai Mitzvah of Daaiel
Nawaaaa, son of Robin and
Steven Newman, and Andrew
Mattlsaaark, son of Mama and
Samuel Mittlemark, will be
celebrated at Kol Ami
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Howard Netaar, son of Barbara
and Burton Netzer, will be called
to the Torah in honor of his Bar
Mitzvah at the Saturday mor-
ning March 9 service at Temple
Beth Orr, Coral Springs.
ISRAEL BONDS NEW8: Chairman David Krantz and Ass
Chairman Abraham MelUer announce that Jock and Bertha tve
will be t he honorees at Tamarac Jewish Center's Salute to /
breahfast Sunday, March 10, at 10a.m. at the Center. They will
recipients of the coveted Israel Bond Scroll of Honor. Emil (.
humorist, will entertain. The event is sponsored by the To.
Jewish Center-Temple Beth Torah Israel Bonds Committee. Ev
is welcome.
Commission; award recipient Rabbi David
Gordon; Jack Lorber, artist who designed the
award; Mrs. Alvin Colin, widow of the late Dr
ai.La&?? 2."? Dr Mark ^^ '<" of the
late Dr. Alvtn L. Colin.
Rabbi Albert Schwartz,
director of the Jewish
Federation's Chaplaincy
Commission, has announced that
Rabbi David W. Gordon is the
recipient of the Dr. Alvin L. Colin
Memorial Chaplaincy Award as
federation's "Chaplain of the
Rabbi Gordon serves on the
Chaplain'a Volunteer Corps
which makes hospital visits to
the sick, visits the elderly in
nursing homes, and conducts
religious and holiday services for
shut-ins.
Rabbi Gordon is presently
Chaplain of St. John's Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center, North
Ridge General Hospital. North
Beach Community Hospital and
the Broward Prison System.
The Chaplaincy Commission
*** oft have selected a finer
man to be bestowed this honor "
stated Alfred Golden, chairman
of the Commission.
* CONSERVATIVE
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER ). S101 NW 97th St. Tamarac MO. !
Services Sunday through Friday :10 a.m.. p.m. Late Friday strnetl
p.m Saturday in a.m.. p.m. RaaM Kvrt F. SNme. AusiHary Raw
Nmn ZiUaeik. Cater P. HMlal .rammer.
TEMPLE SETM AM (ST1 SRM), 7206 Royal Palm Blvd. Marral* MB
Service*: Monday through Friday 8:10 a.m S p.m.. Friday lattsenrletl I
p m Saturday am 5 p.m.; Sunday a.m.. > p.m. Rabbi Paul PMUa. \
Rabbi BnMiitua, Dr Solomon Geld Cantor Irving Groaaman
TEMPLE SETM ISRAEL 1742-40401. 7100 W. Oakland Park Bird. SunrW
33318 Service*: Monday through Thursday 8 a m 5 SO p m Frldaylsm.,
Spin.. 8 p.m.. Saturday 8:46 a.m.; Sunday 9 am 9:30 p m Rabbi rkilial.
Labowiti. Cantor Maurice Nee.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL OF OEERPIELO REACH (421-700)). S
Century Blvd. Deerfield Beach 39441 Services: Sunday through Friday IS
a.m.. 6 p.m Friday late service 8 pm Saturday 8:45 am and at case*
lighting time Rabbi Joseph Lanener. Cantor ShaMel Ackerman.
TEMPLE B'NAI MOSHE 1943-9380). 14*4 SE Sard St Pompano Bead)
33080 Services: Friday 8 p m Rabbi Morris A. Sbep.
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEOEK I 741-0390). 4000 Pine Island Rd Susrttt
33331 Services: Sunday through Friday 8a.m., 6pm Late Friday strrlctl
p.m Saturday 8:40 a.m.. 0:90 p.m. Rabbi Howard S. kaplaa. Cum Art
TEMPLE SHOLOM (942-0410). 132 SE 11 A vs.. Potnpano Beach JJ0OJ. Ser-
vices. Monday through Friday 8.40 a.m. evenings: Monday through Thar
aday at 6 p m Friday evening at 9. Saturday and Sunday 9 am Raw
Samuel April Cantor Samuel Rosier
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OP MAR6ATE (974-30901. TStOlUrr*"
Blvd Margate SS003 Services: Sunday through Friday 8:19 a.m., 5.HP*.
Late Friday service 8 p.m. Saturday 8:49 a.m.. 0:99 pm Rabbi BW
Manner. Canter Jeei Cohan.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAUDERHILL (730-0900). 3041 NW 4
A vs.. LauderhUI 33313. Services: Sunday through Friday 8 SO am 5
P<" Saturday 8 46 am Rabbi Israel Heieern
NORTH LAUDSRJDAIX HEBRXW CONG RJEGA TOON: (733-7097 or T
SftB) Services at Banyon T aBn Oaadb Clubhouse 9090 Bailey Re.
ORTHOOOX
TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (730-7.04). 4991 W. Oakland Park Bri
Lauderdale Lakes 39313 Services: Sussday tlsroughThursday Sa.B-.t9JB,
Friday Ba m 5 pm Saturday 8 46 a.m 6p m
SYNAGOGUE OF INVERRARY CHABAO eom Park West. Sunrise 33031 Services: Sea Say threat* Friday I aJB-l-R
p.a.. Saturday 9 a.m.. S:39 p.m. Shan/ -reaps: Man, Seeders NBas*"
services; Warn, Tuesdays I p.m. Rabbi Area Uabarmaa.
YOU9H) ISRAEL OF DEER FIELD BEACH (eW-lSST). IBM W 11U1*<"
Blvd.. Deerfleld Beach 93441. Services: Bunday through Friday 8 a.m
sundown Saturday 9 49 am and laihiail Ckustor RDRaa Kara OS
VOUNO ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE OF HOLLYWOOD-FORT L**"*"^
(090 7877). 3301 Stirling Rd.. Fort Lauderdale 93013 Services: ktoosw
through Friday 7:99 a-m.. aad sundown: Sabirday, ee-a,eui*Si>e;-ew
.-----*~Tn rraaBIEswsrarJaslo.
CONGREGATION MHSOAL DAVID (TSbSOBO). 00T9 W MeRab BA.
TmmarsM:. Services: Dally Bam.; ssdaohe p.m.; Bswarday 8 41 a* N
-MIoiIbT ^** CMm *r"'"'J f j aresieest: Ha
RECONSTRUCT rONIST
RKALOM (473-9000). U991 W. Broward Blvd.. PlaaUOoo
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TI1MFIB BETH ORR .793-9303), 3191 Uverssde Dr.. Coral ***"2
JjrvJeea: FrhSey o p.m.: Babsrday 10 am Rabbi Jarre- M. Lavr.Caaw
wasstv Haaamaa. _>,
TEMPLE B'NAI SHALOM OF OEERPIELO BEACH (^^JZlTU
Menorah Chape*. 3900 W HlUoboro Blvd.. Deerfleld Baaeb, Frk0syr-
abbiNatsujnM.PiMi.CasnWrMarrHLavbsaasi. ^
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Labs, sail Service*: Friday 9 10 am.; OaSurba, 4a^ "Jt.
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rriday a U p.m.. Saturday Ma m Rabbi SB.....J- H*r. ca-w
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Friday night oerricae twie. aoedhly at Oalvary PreabySsriss ^-^^
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Friday, March 8,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 15
Liodox Union calls Conservative decision to admit women as Rabbis a
ical and definitive break with Jewish tradition and a weakening of Jewish unity'
.< .,11ns4 the r varlit i/\n aknt*A; -.11 .1.!___ _^_. ..
Jox Union called the
tive Movement's
u, admit women as
-Part of the Con-
Movement's continuing
\ traditional Judaism
)# obliterates the
between the Con-
A Reform movements
The statement
- Orthodox Union
^Sidney Kwestel, said
uion of women to the
itive rabbinate
, a radical and
break with Jewish
tradition, shattering all claims
and pretenses that the Con-
servative movemtn is a branch of
traditional or halachic Judaism.
In separating themselves from a
3,000 year old tradition which
originates with Moses, the
Conservative movement is
following the example of the
Reform movement in authorizing
the ordination of women. This is
a further shattering of Jewish
unity, it is religion by popular
demand, a pandering to pressure
groups, an abandonment of
Jewish law and the further
separation of Conservatism from
the mainstream of Jewish
practice and tradition."
"The decision reflects the
tragic fact that Conservatism has
become a hollow shell through its
failure to arrest the decline of
observance among its own
adherents," the statement
continued, "the belief among
Umservative leaders that the
attempt to reform Jewish law
would have the power to
maintain observance has proven
"lusory." The statement cited
statistical studies that show a
l/srae/ tries to solve economic crisis;
role for U.S. Jews seen
failure to advance observance.
For example, attendance at
Shabbath services in Con-
servative synagogues has
declined with each succeeding
generation. While 21 percent of
the first generation attend
services, only 2 percent of the
third generation do so.
"Additionally," said Mr.
Kwestel "this decision will do
nothing to stem assimilation or
the flight of young people from
the Conservative movement."
Mr. Kwestel called on the many
members of Conservative
congregations who remain
committed to the survival of
Jewish tradition and to the
Jewish future of their own
children "to reaffirm their loyalty
to the written and unwritten
Tor ah, and to return to the or-
thodox community. We par-
ticularly welcome women af-
filiated with the Conservative
movement to take advantage of
the extensive orthodox network
of colleges, seminaries and in-
stitutions of higher Jewish
learning for women which en-
compass over 95 percent of
women engaged in Jewish studies
in this country."
bALEM Israel's
solve its economic
has entered a new
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[being replaced by an
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[lu below 30 percent).
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Make your pledge today.
Contact the Jewish Federation at
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ORT Membership Campaign
Hebrew Day School
celebrates Tu Bi'Shevat
The North Broward Region of
Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) will launch a
membership campaign in March
as ORT enters its 105th year of
service as the world's largest non-
governmental vocational and
technical education program.
Women's American ORT
wants to reach out to every
American woman who wishes to
help continue service to our
117,000 students annually; to
those who wish to help achieve
quality public education for every
American citizen and to preserve,
retain and increase the principles
of religious and political
pluralism, which have made
democracy strong.
Call your local ORT chapter for
details.
The children of The Hebrew Day School of Fort Lauderdale have a
most enjoyable time at their Tu Bi'Shevat Seder. The children
sampled different fruits and nuts, as well as having the traditional two
cups of "wine," red and white. Present were representatives of tht
Hebrew Congreation of Lauderhill, who joined in the festivities.
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Each year The Hebrew Day School of Fort Lauderdale celebrates Tu
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through the Jewish National Fund to having a Tu Bi'Shevat Seder. As
part of the Seder the children performed different shits and songs
relating to the holiday. Shown are (left to right) RacheUe OarniU,
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UPCOMING UJA EVENTS
OAKLAND HILLS: Belle and
Ely Wishnick will be honored on
Saturday March 9 at Oakland
Hills' gala dinner dance on behalf
of the Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign. The
dinner will begin at 7 p.m. and be
held at the Hilton Hotel, 4060
Gait Ocean Dr., Ft. Lauderdale.
A minimum commitment of $100
is required for attendance.
Seymour Falk serves as Oakland
Hills UJA chairman with Gus
Spindler and Sid Roffman ser-
ving as co-chairmen.
PARADISE GARDENS
SECTION 4: Robert Lerner,
chairman, and David Radow, co-
chairman, announce that
Paradise Gardens Section 4 will
hold a breakfast on behalf of the
1986 Federation-UJA campaign.
The breakfast, to be held at 10
a.m. at Coiwejration Beth Hillel
of Margate, will honor Joseph
and Celia Freed for their
dedication to Jewish values.
Alfred Golden, noted authority
on Israeli affairs, will speak.
CRYSTAL LAKE, THE
MEADOWS OF CRYSTAL
LAKE: Crystal Lake and The
Meadows of Crystal Lake will
hold a breakfast on behalf of UJA
at 10 a.m. Sunday March 10 at
Deer Creek Country Club, 2801
Deer Creek Country Club Blvd.,
Deerfield Beach. Daniel Cantor,
Federation board member, will be
the guest speaker. He will discuss
his recent Mission to Israel. Co-
chairmen for Crystal Lake are
Hyman Kaplan, Morris Steinman
and Frank Welsh. Maxwell
Finkel serves as chairman for the
Meadows with Philip Rubinstein
serving as co-chairman
An Open Invitation
Women's Division
Installation of officers
"I do m( my bow hi the cloud, and it shall be for a token of
covenant between me and the earth."
Genesis 9:13
Please join us in celebrating the Installation of the
19851986 Officers and Board of Directors of the
Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale
Tuesday, April2.1985 11.30a.m.
Panorama Room Pier 66 Hotel
2101 S.E. 17th Street Fort Lauderdale
Alvera Ackerberg Gold,
Chairman of the Day
Iris Steinberg,
Assistant Director
Luncheon $15.00
Please reply by March 26th 748-8400
AJCongress official calls for Federal
legislation to allow victims
to suo Nazis now living in U.S.
An American Jewish Congress
wants federal legislation that will
enable Holocaust victims to
bring civil suits against Nazi war
criminals living in the United
States.
Alan S. Katz, president of the
Southern California region of
AJCongress, says that Holocaust
survivors should have legal
standing to sue Nazis in federal
court to recover damages arising
from World War II crimes. He
says such legislation would
constitute a Holocaust victims'
"Bill of Rights."
In a letter to Congressman
Peter W. Rodino, Jr. and Senator Strom Thurmond
(R-S.C), chairmen of the House
and Senate Judiciary com-
mittees, respectively, Mr. Katz
said that "Nazi barbarians who
have escaped justice for more
than 40 years and even prospered
in illicit refuge in the United
States should not be permitted to
escape the reach of civil law as
they have criminal law."
Inverrary Hi-Greens goes over the top
Victor Gruman, (left) past president of the Jewish
Federation and past Inverrary UJA chairman;
Betty Feldman, Hi-Greens UJA co-chairperson;
and Maury Levine, Hi-Greens UJA chairman, are
pictured presenting a pledge card to Al Effrat,
UJA guest speaker, at their recently held cocktail
party on behalf of the Federation-UJA campaign.
Many of the women residing at fa
the leadership ofEdythe Furman, i
food that was served at tht csa
Following the party, chairman Lev^i
that the Hi-Greens of Inverrary m
more money for UJA than last year. m
that over 90 percent of the rnidnai
raising $100,000.
&Si
Bea Orman, Barbara Regsen, Claire Lib man, Sis
Brody, Edythe Furman, cocktail party chairman;
Betty Feldman, cocktail party co-chairman; Rot
Cooper and Min Gruman represent if
the 80 women of Inverrary HrQtl
prepared the elaborate food for the i
Hi-Greens UJA cocktail party.
Women's Division Lion Luncheon]
a huge success
k,~
Palm-Aire women hit $100,000 mark
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale is pleased to
announce that the Palm Aire
women have reached $100,000 in
their 1985 UJA cai >i
I
the Federation-United
Appeal campaign."
Jewish
Anita Berman, hairman of
Palm Aire stated "we are very
proud to be able to contribute to
Berman thanked, not only, her
co-chairs, Myrtle Milberg and
Joan Tabor, but all of the women
in Palm Aire who have helped
make the campaign such a
success.
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hostess of the luncheon; Tamar Eshel, guest
speaker; Jean Steinberg, chairman of the day;
and Barbara Wiener, Women's Division Cam-
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Fridjy. March 8.1986 Number 10
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation recently held
its Lion Luncheon, open to those
women who make a minimum
commitment of $2600 to the
Women's Division Federation
United Jewish Appeal campaign
at the spacious Woodlands home
of Jan Silverman.
Guest speaker for the event
was Tamar Eshel. a former
Knesset Deputy Speaker. Eshel
discussed the current situation in
Israel and the need for the help of
the American Jewry population.
Barbara Wiener. Women's
Division campaign chairperson
repotted that there erere 14 new'
"little" Lions, each contributing
a minimum of $2500, plus and
additional 31 women who have
already pledged their support.
"Each woman who pledged a
minimum of $2600 to UJA,
received a blue lapis charm with a
gold lion embedded m the can-
ter," stated Roz Entin, Woman's
Division president, "I was so
pleased with the overwhelming
response to this most important
event." aha added.
Chairing the luncheon was
Jean Steinberg, who expressed
bar thanks to Jan Silverman for
opening her home for this im-
portant event on the Woman's
Drvieiim-cainoeiaTM
Roily* Entin, [Jgj'f
president, g"^
Women s DuT



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Friday, March 8,1965 / The Jewish Ftoridian of Greater Fort Lauderdak' Page 6
ntation celebrates support for
Federation/UJA at Regine's
in and Amy Ostrau.
Dr. Sheldon and Marsha Feld-
man, Dr. Walter and Dr. Mildred
Padow, Sheldon and Lois Polish,
and David and Sandy Jackowitz.
Alan and Marsha Levy.
^m

\nd Pearl Reinstein, Alan
larsha Levy, and Jeff
Steitfeld. (not
Steitfeld. I
shown is Linda
The PlantationUJA com-
munity held its annual event on
behalf of the FederationUJA
campaign recently, at the popular
Regine's Nightclub located in the
Grand Bay Hotel, Coconut
Grove.
"The evening was an over-
whelming success." stated
PlantationUJA co-chairmen
Norman Ostrau and David
Jackowitz, "from the fun-filled
bus ride to Miami, to the dining
and dancing at Regine's,
everyone had a wonderful time."
The following people attended
the Regine's function, which was
open to those individuals who
make a minimum committment
of S2.500 to the UJA campaign;
Mr", and Mrs. George Berman,
< and Cookie Berman.
"*
"? residents really
1 P at Regine',, all
on behalf bf the FederaiionVJA
campaign.
Lisa Shulman, Myra Halle,
Cookie Berman, Ruth Goldin and
Elaine Cohn.
Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon Feldman,
Mr.and Mrs. David Jackowitz,
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Halle, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Lipnack, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Ostrau, Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Polish, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Reinstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Rifkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schnur, Dr. and
Mrs. Marc Schwartz, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Streitfeld, Dr. and
Mrs. Donald Zelman. Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Drath. Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Greene, Dr. Walter
and Dr. Mildred Padow, Dr. and
Mrs. Sylvan Goldin, Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Mann, Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Levy. Mr Larry
Freilich, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
Cohen, Dr. and Mrs. Joel
Shulman, and Mr. Harvey
Henan.
Sheldon and Lois Polish.
Dr. Sheldon Polish, Dr. Mildred
Padow and Alan Cohn are pic-
tured enjoying the
Regine's.
scene at