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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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EMERGENCY COMMUNITY MEETING
MARCH 27,1985 5:00 P.M.
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We need to raise another $275,000 to fulfill our share
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CYPRESS CHASE COMBINES PHASES
FOR UJA RALLY: Cypress Chase Sections A.
B, C, D, and North recently gathered at the
Sunrise Jewish Center to hold a rally on behalf of
the Jewish Federation / United Jewish Appeal
campaign. The community gathered to honor
(pictured) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hecht, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Kemz, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ehrlich,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Narotshy and Mr. Alfred A.
Smith (posthumously). Pictured with the
honorees are Daniel Cantor, guest speaker for the
event; Samuel Goldstein, plaque presentor; Mrs.
Alfred Smith; and Cypress Chase UJA chairman
Louis L. Yahm.
Congregation Beth Hillel UJA
breakfast March 24
The members of Congregation
Beth Hillel of Margate, 7640
Margate Blvd., will hold a break-
fast on behalf of the
Federation United Jewish
Appeal campaign, at 10 a.m.
Sunday March 24 at the Temple.
Guest speaker wLl be the
Congregation's own spiritual
leader. Rabbi David Matzner. At
the breakfast, the UJA campaign
will honor all the new members of
the Temple.
Serving as UJA chairmen for
Congregation Beth Hillel are
Harry Pine and Florence Pleat.
Sea Ranch Club to hold
UJA cocktail party
March 24
Larry Behar, chairman of the
Jewish Federation United
Jewish Appeal campaign at the
Sea Ranch Club, has announced
that there will be a 5 p.m. Sunday
March 24 cocktail party, on
behalf UJA, at the Sea Ranch
Club "C" Room.
Guest speaker will be Dr.
Gideon Peleg, noted professor of
Political Science and Psychology.
The event is sponsored by the
UJA Sea Ranch Club Committee,
consisting of Paul Delman,
Felicia Farber. Herbert Gilberg,
Saul Hochman, Sam Seligman,
Louis Niefield, Steven
Grossinger. Mrs. K. H. Solen-
berger, Victor Iskowitz, Harriet
Berkis and Elliot Heller.
John Strengh serves as
Northeast Area UJA chairman.
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This one-day retreat will
consist of meetings, a luncheon
and a closing cocktail party.
"I, personally, have envisoned
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years," stated Reinstein, "this
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Friday, March 22,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Port Lauderdaie Page 3
resident's Council of Jewish
Women's Coalition plans
I'Togetherness Day' March 27
President's Council is a coalition of all Jewish
Lens organizations of Greater Fort Lauderdaie,
,are convening to develop a cohesive, concerned
teh community.
ke President's Council, under the sponsorship of
Women's Division of the Jewish Federation, has
D reactivated under the Women's Division
gidencyofRoslynEntin.
Council has planned a "Togetherness Day'
10 a.m. till 2 pjn. March 27 at the Tamarac
sh Center, 9101 NW 57 St., Tamarac.According
[Coalition chairman, Claire Socransky, the day
nises to be "enlightening, stimulating and in-
tive."
fit is necessary for all Jewish groups to get
ther to unite for community activities," added
nee K.Straus, co-chair.
Deluded will be representatives of: B'nai B'rith
ImenN. Broward Council, Brandeis University
tonal Women's Committee, Hadassah, Jewish
Veterens-Ladies Auxiliary, National Council of
fish Women, Pioneer Women Na'Amat, Women's
erican ORT, and Women's League for Israel.
represented will be Sisterhoods from the
owing Temples: Beth Israel, Emanu-El, Hebrew
Ration of Lauderhill, and Kol Ami.
jiuest speaker for the event will be Gene Green-
;, executive director of the Central Agency for
sh Education.
egistration will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the Jewish
hter. Participation is by prior reservation only.
Dtact your local organization for details. A
num fee of $5 includes lunch. If your group is
[included, contact Iris Steinberg at 748-8400.
Israel Tennis Centers build a new generation in 1985
A little known, but 10
year old sports concept has
been forged on both sides of
the Atlantic to help build a
new generation of Israeli
youth The Israel Tennis
Centers Association.
Through the driving
efforts of four Americans;
Joseph D. Shane, Harold
Landesberg, Dr. William
Lippy, Rubin Josephs; an
Englishman, Freddie
Krivine; and an Israeli, Dr.
Ian Froman, the concept
was born and nurtured of
providing free recreational
tennis for all Israeli
children regardless of their
economic or social status,
as well as provide a bridge
to international tennis
competition for the more
talented.
From the program's
actual on-site beginnings in
1976, with 250 kids, ITC
has grown to include eight
AIPAC to sponsor Florida Political Action workshop Mar. 31
American Israel Public
Committee lAIPACl. is
the community to
in a Florida Political
i Workshop to be held at
h-m., Sunday, March 31 at
Vriott Hotel and Marina,
17th Street, Fort
to Martin Lipnack,
"American Jewish
'need to hone their political
[ad sophiatication in order
that candidates for
I office are supportive of
AIPAC is a domestic
American Lobby. It is the only
organization charged with the
responsibility for lobbying on
behalf of the American Jewish
community in support of Israel.
Billed as a "nuts and bolts"
workshop on how the political
process works and how to become
involved in it, the program will
feature the following:
SUNDAY, MARCH 31,1986
9:30 a.m.
Registration
10 a.m.
Opening Session: Herbert D.
Katz, Regional Chairman,
AIPAC.
10:10 a.m.
American Jewa in the Political
Process
Honorable Bob Graham,
Governor of Florida.
10:45 a.m.
Workshops: Elements of
Political Action
1. Nut* and BoRs of Political
Campaigns: How to Get
Involved. Moderator: Michael M.
Adler, Miami. Panelists: Thomas
A. Dine, Executive Director,
AIPAC: Elizabeth Schrayer.
Deputy Political Director,
AIPAC.
2. The Campaign to Discredit
Israel: How to Respond.
Moderator: Herb Swarzman,
Tampa. Panelists: Anna Got-
tlieb, Senior Analyst, AIPAC;
Ken Wallack, Co-Editor, Middle
East Policy Survey.
3. Community Action: How to
Continued on Page 6-
ihts from the Mid East gala for Project Renewal

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01 Project Renewal
Elegantly glad guests entered the tented oasis of
Bren and Mel Simon on Feb. 23, for an evening of
Mid-Eastern cuisine and excitement. The result was
a most successful city-wide fundraiser for Kfar Saba.
Fort Lauderdaie s Project Renewal 'twinned' city in
Israel.
Co-chairpersons Alvera and Erv Gold, and Evelyn
and Alvin Gross, reported that over $100,000 in
pledges were recorded at the event, thus enhancing
the rehabilitation of the 5,400 men, women, and
children who reside in Kfar Saba.
In a letter sent out to those who attended this
most memorable evening, the Gold's and the Gross's
stated, "Because you where there our Project
Renewal Middle Eastern party was a tremendous
success. Your gift of life to Kfar Saba made the
difference." The letter further stated. "Kfar Saba-
Project Renewal thanks you, the Jewish Federation
thanks you, and we thank you."
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modern tennis instruction
and exhibition complexes
throughout Israel, where to
date more than 60,000
children from disad-
vantage families have
become part of the world of
tennis, from basic lessons
to professional coaching.
"In order to build and
guide a new generation of
sports minded youth in
Israel," said Alan Gold-
stein, Board Chairman for
Israel Tennis Centers
Association in New York,
"we have organized
national American tours,
exhibition and tennis
tournaments to expose
these children to American
audiences. ITC A has been
building this international
element of the program for
the past few years,"
Goldstein said.
World ranked tennis
players who continue to
lend their time and
assistance to ITC A include
Jimmy Connors, Harold
Solomon, Tom Okker,
Brian Gottfried, Brian
Teacher and Shlomo
Glickstein. ITCA's
coaching system was
developed by 1951 Wim-
bledon champion Dick
Savitt.
As ITC and its American
couterpart ITC A, have
grown over the years and so
have their programs to
include paraplegics, deaf
children, high school
dropouts, drug abusers and
delinquents. Juvenile crime
rates are reportedly down
by as much as 50 percent in
many lower income areas of
Israel, that have been
touched by ITC. "I doubt
that a hundred social
workers could have done as
much with our national
youth,, in so short a time
span," said Tel Aviv Mayor
Shlomo Lahat. "Now they
have a focus."
Scenes from
Project
Renewal
Gala
Page 8
Reflections
of the
Young
Leadership
Mission
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Pff 4 The Jewish Fleridhnof Greater Fort ind>rdte/ Friday, March 22,1966
Reflections of the Young Leadership Mission
Members of Kfar Saba Senior Center are pictured with Mission
participants Bruce and Diane Goldman.
Outside Michmoret Absorption Center for Canarick, Marcia Schwartz. Wendy Gth
Ethiopian Jews in Israel are (left to right), Clark Spector and Marc Schwartz
Galin, Susan Schorr, Susan Canarick, Bernie
DR. MARC AND MARCIA
SCHWARTZ:
Our pride and knowledge of
Israel has been heightened
because of the great quality of
our Mission. We now have more
hope of community support for
our brothers and sisters in Israel
and abroad."
t
Pictured in front of Warsaw's Nozyk Schul (the only surviving
synagogue m Warsaw), are Michelle and Stuart Reich.
Mission leader Marcia Schwartz watches as an Ethiopian bob]
by a social worker at Michmoret Absorption Center in Israel
STUART AND MICHELLE
REICH:
"It was the most moving
experience of both our lives. It
was more than just a trip or a
vacation a very special and
long awaited event."
BOB AND RENEE SPECTOR:
"Nothing could have made us
feel safer and more at home in
Israel than our experience in
Poland. Never did we imagine
that three days in Poland could
change our lives in regards to our
devotion to Judaism."
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was a trip that epitomized i
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was a positive, refreshing
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'Poland experience' a necti
to understand it, an
possibility. No picture, nor
written word can accut
relate the misery ofPolando
beauty and strength of Israel
BERNIE AND SUS
CANARICK:
"It was educational, ~
enlightening, memorable and
It's the kind of a trip that m
you very sensitive andauwi
puts problems in perspective,
was a trip we wouldn't r
missed and going to Poland!
MARK AND SUSAN SCHORR:
"We went from the travesty,
trauma and depression of Poland
to the joy and heart lifting feeling
of Israel. It was an experience we
wouldn't want to go through
again, but wouldn't have missed
and eye and heart opener."
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Members of the Mission group entering Ausckuti
Susan and Mark Schorr outside
the Yiddish Theater in Warsaw.


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Page6 The Jewish FToridiau of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. March 22.1M5
'How to get rich by really trying'
Marion Fox. Adult Activities
Director at the Jewish Com-
munity Center of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, announced pfanw for
a "One-Shot Special" seminar
entitled How To Get Rich By
Really Trying!" to be held at the
Center. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd..
on Tuesday. March 26. from 7:30
to 9 pm.
Conducted by Seal M. Kaiser
of National Planning Corp.. the
seminar wffl deal with in-
formation on maximizing at-
vostflftflHts wsltfl socuidqIbuoo
and tax reduction strategies
According to Kaiser, this seminar
is as important for those who
have "made it" as for those who
are dreaming of financial in-
ratare.
al are weicoene. However.
registration is required. For
information and registration call
792-6700.
JCC offers Tween
Vacation Days program!
Kibbutz Nahalal Singers at JCC
The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale s
Soref HaD. 6501 W. Sunrwe
Blvd. will be the site of an up-
coming concert by the Kibbutz
Nahalal Singers on Tuesday
evening. Aprfl 2. at 8 p_m.. ac-
cording to Adult Activities
Director Marian Fox.
The performance, co-sponsored
by CAJE and the JCC YES
CLUB, wfll mdude song, dance
and live musical accompaniment.
The group is composed of 9
high school students from the
Youth Village of Nahalal. Israel-
JCC workshop
on romantic love
The Jewish Community Center
of Greater Fort Lauderdale. 6501
West Sunrise Blvd.. wll offer a
luncheon and workshop devoted
to an exploration of romantic love
and effective intimacy on
Wednesday, March 27 at noon,
according to Marion Fox. Adult
Activities Director.
The workshop will be led by
Dr. Davele Bursor. a farmer
assistant professor of counseling
at Louisiana State University
who is now engaged in a private
counseling practice with Claude
Morses. MD, and has taught a
Woman's Awareness course at
Broward Community College for
the past two years.
The program, sponsored by the
JCC's Woman's Day Committee,
will involve the participants in a
discussion of the psychology of
romantic love, the place love,
passion and romance can take in
one's everyday life as well as
strategies for effective intimacy.
The fee is $6 for JCC members
and S10 non-members. Free
babysitting is provided and
registration is required Call 792-
6700 for information and
registration.
They are currently touring
Canada and the United Stass and
are well known and popular
performers ss Israel i new
repertoire includes IsraaE folk
and pop songs as wd as music of
both North and South America.
Tickets are SI for JCC
members and $1.50 for non-
members. For tickets and in-
formation caD 792-6700.
JCC offers a schedule of
Vacation Days for Tweens in
Grades 6, 7, and 8. according to
Nina TekeL coordinator of
Tween-Teen activities at the
Jewish Community Center.
Tweens bring bag lunches.
beverages and snacks are
provided by the Center. Vacation
Day's schedule is from 9 a.m.-4
p.m and offers extended care
from 8-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. at no
extra charge. A drop-off and pick-
up spot is designated on the
Center grounds. 6601 West
Sunrise Blvd.. near the picnic
table i
.Seal M Kaiser
Singles Cabaret Night at JCC
The March Vacation Day
schedule is a trip to Six Flags
Atlantis Friday. March 15. Fee
is: Members: $15, Siblings: 812.
Non-Members 820 and
Patrons 810.
A six day Vacation Schedule is
announced in April. If a Tween
signs up for five days, the sixth
wfllbefree Fees for dl,. j
are Members i*S^
Smbw ~ ,10 ^
* guests g17Ji, I
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Program, sports, arts and,
8mes and other group '
re included in JCC V,
^AprflS-Ho
smlrpti.April 8 i
Tuesday. April 9 -
Prix Raceway.
Wednesday. April 10 W]
skiing.
Thursday. April 11 _
Madness!
Monday, April 15
Whirh/ball.
For further information u
call Nina Tekel 792-6700
A JCC Cabaret Night will be
offered for Singles. Sunday.
March 24. at Fort Lauderdale s
Jewish Community Center. 6501
W. Sunrise Blvd. Along with the
casnaraderie and refreshments of
wine and cheese, the featured
entertainment will be Craig
Erring, who sings authentic
"soul" music and accompanies
himself on the guitar, according
to Alice Cantor. Singles director.
Co-sponsored with the JCC of
South Broward. the evening is
AIPAC
Continued from Page 3
Lobby. Moderator: Martin
Lipnack. Plantation. Panelists:
Douglas M. Bloomfield.
Legislative Director. AIPAC;
State Representative: Barry
Kutun.
12:00 noon
Lunch. Senator Paula Hawkins
|RFL Iwaer. Sfdfog fo
Washington: The Importance of
Political Action. Thomas A.
Dine, Executive Director,
AIPAC.
l:30pjn. and2:30p.sa.
Repeat of Workshops
3:30 p.m.
Wrap-Up Plenary Session:
Representative Lawrence J.
Smith (D-FL); Thomas A. Dine.
Executive Director. AIPAC.
For additional information
contact AIPAC 202-638-2256.
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increase giving
Friday, March 22,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie Page 1
to
I- 290 men residing in Palm-
frecently topped off a day of
by attending the Annual
din UJA Golf Classic, on
| of the Federation UJA
-jp, and a dinner at the
^Aire Spa Hotel. According
jp.jng Libowsky. Palm-Aire
chairman, a 20 percent
M of new money was raised
( dinner, far exceeding last
(('figures.
jjdcr the leadership of Alex
fgolf classic chairman; Sy
by Golf classic co-chairman
[their golf committee, the
k organization donated two of
r golf courses to the Jewish
Federation for the golf tour-
nament.
The Palm Aire UJA Golf
Classic committee included:
Joseph Anastasi, Grand Mar-
shall, Al Edelstein, Irwin
Franken. Joe Goldberg, Jim
Goldstein, Dave Groner, Harold
Hoffman, Sam Itkin, Charles
Kaplan, Jerry Herman, Paul
Kay, Maury Lamberg, Max
Locker, Abe Mintz, Casey
Pollack, Murray Rein, Bernie
Rosenberg, Hy Scheer, Fred
Schlesinger, Irv Shalo, Ed Siegel,
Herberg Skolnick, Nat Sussman,
Barney Wallizer, Herb Kislin,
Leon Schwartz, Harry Sacks.
Some of the prize winners are pictured during the
recently held Palm Aire UJA Golf Classic. They
are (left to right): Max Locker, UJA Oolf
Tournament Prize Chairman presenting prizes of
golf bags to first place prize winners; Morris
Rubenstein; Harry Goldman; Sam Itkin; Ed
Siegel, assisted by Sid Abelson, who served on
the committee.
I at the cocktail party prior to the UJA
| Classic Dinner at Palm Aire, are (left to
I Irving Libousky, UJA Chairman at Palm
Jim Goldstein, Banquet Chairman;
than Livny, Israeli guest speaker; and Alex
I Golf Classic Chairman.
The Wonderful World of Palm Aire's" executive
organization is pictured at the recently held Palm
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right! are: Gate WfUdh; FT.ATDirector of Club
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Joe Yuzzy, Palm Aire greens keeper; Al
Christensen, Vice President of construction
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Thor Amali*, President, F. PA.; and Ken Kasdin,
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Steve Parker, assistant golf pro at Palm Aire.
'SreAh'P fSy RootrU W**' Golf Classic Co-Chairman
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Friday. Uswxh 22.1966
Highlights From the Mi
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Mrs Jordan Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs. Joel Rent stein. Mmk9s^
(left to right). Mr. mmd Mrs.
Encin Gold, Mr. mmd Mrs. Alvin
Gross.
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IVO announces German Youth Exchange Program
Friday, March 22^1986/Th Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 11
LaSHINGTON The B'nai
\ Youth Organization has
u, major step in promoting
rLrit Reagan's International
jnnouncement of its first
o program to be jointly
ured by European
i Services in Frankfurt,
Germany. The Initiative
es exchange of youth
en" the United States and
|fl) member nations.
rticipating in the program,
d for July and August of this
will be members of BBYO's
Ljgan Region and teenagers
Frankfurt. It will be the
inge between the
ofjed American Jewish
irnnity and Germany since
[Holocaust.
According to Alan Freedman,
BBYO's director of programs and
publications and the ad-
ministrator of the youth ex-
change project, "After 40 years, a
program of this nature is long
past due. This is an ideal way to
introduce our youth to the Jewish
contributions of various nations
in Europe. We hope this is just
the beginning of what will lead to
a larger exchange program
between American Jewish
teenagers and youngsters from
all over the Western world."
Subsidized by grants from the
United States Information
Agency and the West German
Ministry of Youth, Family, and
Health, the program will em-
phasize an understanding and
appreciation of the two cultures
and ultimately the establishment
of a better relationship as former
barriers begin to fall.
The BBYO exchange members
will spend three weeks at the
homes of Frankfurt families,
taking part in their activities and
participating in tours of such
areas as Munich, the Dachau
concentration camp, and Bonn,
the capital of West Germany.
They will also be involved in
seminars and discussions that
focus on such topics as the
German political system and
history since World War II,
German families (and youth life)
and the Jewish contribution to
Frankfurt.
The Frankfurt youth from the
host families will then travel to
the United States for a three-
week stay with their BBYO
counterparts. They will par-
ticipate in a program under the
direction of Michigan Regional
Director Arnie Weiner.
Also emphasizing the family
experience, the program will
include a visit to Niagara Falls, a
one-day trip to Central Michigan,
a baseball game, and a program
with a German American
cultural organization.
Discussions and seminars for
the Frankfurt youth will focus on
American families and youth life,
German immigration and con-
tribution to the development of
America, and the position of the
American Jewish community
toward Germany.
For information, call the local
BBYO office at 792-6700.
BBYO is a beneficiary agency
of The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale.
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Senior Citizens Maccabeah Games
The Jewish Floridiu of Greater Fort LsuderdaJe Friday, March 22,1966
6601 West Sunrise Blvd.. Fort
Lauderdaie or by mail by calling
Nili Kimelman or Laura Hoch-
man at the JCC 792-6700.
Registration forms with fee of
$5 must be returned to the JCC
by April 12. The fee allows
participants to register for as
For the first time the Jewish
Community Center of Greater
Fort Lauderdale will sponsor
Senior Citizen Maccabeah Games
(Olympics) late in April 1965.
The games, which will begin on
Sunday. April 21. are open to
everyone ages 55 and over. The
finals in each area of competition
will be held on Sunday. April 28
and will be part of the JCC s
celebration of Israels
Independence Day. There will be
six events track and field
events, soft ball throw plus 11
miscellaneous events including
50 yard dash. 100 yard dash,
tennis, golf, shuffleboard. table
tennis, frishbee throw. 5 K run.
plus many more.
Harold Goldstein, chairman of
the Maccabeah Committee, said
that the purpose of the games is
to give senior adults a chance to
compete in several athletic ac-
tivities at various levels of ability
and to have fun while doing so.
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
1- What is the attitude of
Jewish law to a jealous husband?
2- Name the collection of
Jewish humor told in Yiddish but
transliterated into English?
3- Did the old time Rabbi make
pastoral calls?
4- Who was King Davids best
friend?
5- What are Tefilin?
6- Who founded the recon-
structionist Movement?
7- Of the 63 Tractates of the
Miahna, name one most widely
known and actually reproduced
in the Siddur (Prayer Book)?
8- Who wrote the Book of
Proverbs?
9- In what country were the
great and famous academies of
Sura and Pumbedita?
10- Rabbi Joseph B.
Soloveitchik of Boston suggests
an additional "Al Chef (For the
Sin) to be added to the Yom
Kippur Confessional?
See Page 14- for answers
He added that he hopes the
games would become an annual
event.
Registration forms for the
games are available at the JCC.
many events as they wish to.
Each participant will receive a
Tee Shirt, refreshments, and each
second and third place
will receive an award.
The Committee members
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Goldstein. Chairperson. Svlvia
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-niUH bv Lori Ginsberg,
Ration 7484400.
FRIDAY MARCH 22
WCirde: 1 p.m. Purim
featuring Sol Lipnack.
[gate Catharine Young
m Jewish Single.: 6:15
Shabbat dinner, ree *o. At
Jewish Center. 4099 Pme
K.755-1292or 485-0217.
LChayim Plantation
Noon. Dime Bank
Deicke Aud., 5701
[ess Rd., Plantation. 473-
[SATURDAY MARCH 23
\ 8-30 p.m. Las Vegas Night.
W. Sunrise Blvd.. Plan-
? Trade and industry dinner.
venture InterContinenUl
, Club Entertainment
,, 8 p.m. Marc Leonard
i Bermuda Club. 721-6645.
Bay Community Aaaoc.:
Ip.m. Int'l Review. Donation
SUNDAY MARCH 24
Itemporary Issues of Jewish
\Lecture Series: lOa.m.-noon.
ier: Yigal Shiloh. Temple
hTorah.Tamarac.
JWoodmont Chapter: Golf
[Tennis tournament. Country
I Bonds: 11:30 a.m. Brunch.
ppte Beth Israel. Sunrise.
iDI-Coconut Creek Chapter:
|30 a.m. "Morning of
ertainment," featuring
khelle Paston. Township
0,2400 Lyons Rd.
Jewish Center-Men's
: 9 a.m. Meeting. Attorney
ert Scharf will speak.
pie Kol Ami-Brotherhood: 9
|.Meeting and breakfast.
a-L'Chayim Plantation
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Spring
Hival and bazaar. Admisison
Deicke Aud.. 5701 Cypress
[.Plantation.
Ktary Village East: 2 p.m.
[ture by noted speaker Jacob
Blank will discuss I. L.
Poetess Shulamit Yellin
also appear. Also Yaacov
Admission S2. 427-0686 or
283.
Sholom: Show featuring
i Chanteurs" with Charlotte
r. 942-6410. At Temple. 132
|HAve. 942-6410.
man Beach Reunion:
Noon. Palm-Aire Country Club.
$12.50 per person. 973-1919.
MONDAY MARCH 25
NCJW-Plantatkm Section: 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Israeli program
followed by luncheon. Donation
$2 members, $3 guests. Deicke
Aud., 5701 Cypress Rd. 473-5597.
Deborah Lauderhil: Paid-up
membership luncheon and card
party. Castle Rec. Center. 4780
NW 22 Ct., Lauderhill.
Hadassah-Masada Margate
Chapter: Annual Youth Aliyah
luncheon featuring Rose Ellis
Matskin. Boca Pointe Country
Club. Fay Fox will be honored as
"Mother in Jsrael." 972-0979 or
974-8178.
BBW-Deerfield Beach: 12:30
p.m. Musical program. At
temple.
WLI Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Corp. Harris of
Tamarac Police Dept. will speak.
Italian-American Club. 7300
McNabRd.
Israel Bonds: 6:30 p.m. Farewell
reception for Reuben Breger and
welcome to new director Bill
Cohen. Home of Anita Perlman,
Fort Lauderdale.
TUESDAY MARCH 26
Jewish Book Review Series: 7-
8:30 p.m. "On Equal Terms:
Jews in America." Coral Springs
Library.
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Debra
Club: 12:30 p.m. Max Rubin will
speak. Hawaiian Gardens Phase
5.
Hadaaaah-Somerset Shoshana
Chapter: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
Jack Polinsky will discuss Jewish
pride. Somerset Phase I Rec.
Room.
AJC-Shad Polier N. Broward
Chapter: 12:30-3 p.m. Eighth
Anniversary luncheon. Alex
Redhill and Giselle will perform.
Donation $8. Holiday Inn,
Tamarac. 971-1226.
Hadassah-N. Lauderdale Chai
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Region
president Molly Lewis will speak.
N. Lauderdale City Hall. 971-
1226.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 27
BBW-Leorah Council: 12:30p.m.
Meeting. Plantation Central
Park, Multi-purpose Building.
Tamarac Jewish Center-
Sisterhood: 1 p.m. Meeting.
Oscar Goldstein will speak. At
Temple, 9101 NW 57 St.
American Technion Society
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Women'a Diviaion-N. Broward
Chapter: Noon. Meeting. Songs
to follow the Baudes. Coconut
Creek Rec. Center. 900 NW 43
Ave.
Dade Broward Lupua Foun-
dation: 8 p.m. Meeting. Speaker:
Lyle Lieberman, attorney. Park-
way Regional Medical Center,
160 NW 170 St.. N.M.B. 474-
2280.
ORT-Lauderdale West Chapter:
Noon. Meeting and mini-lunch.
Deicke Aud., 5701 Cypress Rd..
Plantation.
Hebrew Culture Club of Century
Village: 1 p.m. Meeting. Israeli
emissary Dov Goldflam will
speak. Broward Community
Hall. 1898 Hillsboro Blvd. 421-
0771.
ORT Inverrary Chapter: 11:30
a.m. Mollie Turner of Channel 10
will speak. Mini-lunch. Inverrary
Country Club. 3840 Inverrary
Blvd. 484-0451.
THURSDAY MARCH 28
Hadassah Pompano Beach Chai
Chapter: Noon. Oscar Goldstein
and Myron Cohen will speak.
Pompano Beach Rec. Center,
1801 NE 6 St. 566-2324.
ORT Lauderdale Ridge Chapter:
12:30 p.m. Meeting and white
elephant sale. Hawaiian Gardens
Phase 3 Clubhouse. 733-3573.
Club Chapter:
of officers slate.
BBW-Bermuda
Noon. Election
Clubhouse.
Free Sons of Israel-Fort
Lauderdale Lodge: 7:30 p.m.
Meeting. Whiting Hall, Sunrise.
B'nai B'rith Pompano Lodge: 8
p.m. Meeting. Palm-Aire
Country Club. 551 S. Pompano
Pkwy.
Pioneer Women Na'amat
Broward Council: 9:30 a.m.
Meeting. 1303 N. State Rd. 7,
Margate. 979-3311.
BBW-Coconut Creek Chapter: 11
a.m. Installation of officers and
brunch. Justins. 3842 N.
University Dr.. Sunrise.
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iSSSS ^1LL*GE H0LDS U-A
BREAKFAST: The Jewish community of
Concord Village, recently held a breakfast on
behalf of the Jewish Federation UNited Jewish
Appeal campaign. The break hut. held at the
Tamarac Jewish Center, featured an address by
Federation Board member Daniel Cantor
According to UJA chairman Jokn ShabeL an
increase in giving of 23.5 percent was recorded.
Pictured at the function were (left to right}:
Bernard Smolen, co-chairman; David KranU;
Tamarac Jewish Center president; Daniel Cantor;
Rabbi Kurt Stone, Tamarac Jewish Center
spiritual leader; John ShabeL chairman; and
Frank Rosen, co-chairman.
All About Medicare
By MARGARITA FIKS
Mr. B. was operated for gall-
bladder surgery. There were
complications with his intestines
which were entangled and at-
tached. The operation was
successful. However, the surgeon
billed for the two different
procedures: one for the gall-
bladder operation, the other for
the freeing of intestinal
adhesions. He considered the
freeing of the adhesions to be the
more serious procedure. That is
why the surgeon billed $1650 for
the freeing of adhesions and $735
for the gall-bladder surgery.
According to a medical policy
established by Blue Cross Blue
Shield in Florida, reimbursement
for the freeing of the adhesions
during any major surgery within
the abdomen area is included in
the basic allowance for the
operation. On the original claim.
Medicare allowed only $515 for
the gall-bladder procedure and
nothing for the freeing of the
adhesions. When Mr. B. had
requested a review on the claim.
Medicare denied any additional
reimbursement.
Mr. B. called Medicare
Information Service for help. We
B'nai B'not Mitzvah
TEMLE BETH ISRAEL
Pamela Cohan, daughter of
Victor and Diana Cohen will
chant the Haftorah "Hachodesh"
and will assist the cantor in the
shabbat services on Friday,
March 22 at Temple Beth Israel.
Sunrise.
On Saturday. March 23 Jerry
Irwin, son of Mirian Irwin will
become a Bar Mitzvah.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Ryam Coppls. son of Ellen S.
Coppie, and Jooatbon Stretsfeld.
on of Judy and Steven
Streisfeld, will celebrate their
B'nai Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning March 23 service at
Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Lee Spsetor, son of Patricia
and Elliot Spector and Brandy
Sue Rethbaad. daughter of
Roberts and Clifford Roth band,
will hold their B'nai Mitzvah at
the Saturday morning March 23
service at Temple Beth Orr. Coral
Springs.
Irwin
Cohen
TEMPLE BETH TOR AH
The Bar Mitzvah of Adam
Cheraow, son of Phyllis and
Richard Chernow, will take place
at the Saturday morning March
23 service at Temple Beth Torah.
Tamarac.
TEMPLE BETH AM
Jeffrey Kxapa, son of Robert
and Gail Krupin, will be called to
the Torah in honor of his Bar
Mitzvah at the Saturday mor-
ning March 23 service at Temple
Beth Am, Margate.
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home and office.
Broward
asked Medicare for a hearing on
behalf of Mr. B. In fact, we
argued that both the original
Medicare's decision as well as the
review on Mr. B's case were
completely contrary to BC BS
regulations. We argued that
assuming Mr. B. were to be paid
for only one procedure, he should
have been paid in full for the
more serious procedure. In
general, if a case involves two
distinct end separate procedures
(even with only one incision).
Medicare makes a payment in full
tor the first major operation and
a payment at 50 percent of its
normal reimbursement for the
second operation. Despite the
two separate charges of the
surgeon, we agreed that in Mr.
B.'s case reimbursement for the
gall-bladder surgery should have
been included in the bask
allowance for the freeing of
adhesions operation, since the
latter surgery was more com-
plicated. However, Medicare
should have allowed full payment
for the major surgery.
And as a result of the hearing.
Medicare did. Mr. B. was pleased
to receive an additional check for
$542.70.
Diversified Quiz
Answers
1- Jealousy in moderation is
considered a proof of love. Thus
Msimonides postulates. "Every
husband is duty bound to be
jealous of his wife"
2- "Royte Pomerantsen" by
Immanuel Otsvanger-Scbocken
Books.
3- No. People called upon him
for advice.
4- Jonathan, King Saul's son.
5- Leather boxes worn by pious
Jews on the hand and the head
which binds oneself to the Divine
Service as a reminder of the
Commandments of the Lord.
6- Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan.
7- Pirke Avot Ethics of the
Fathers.
8- King Solomon.
9- Babylonia.
10- "The sins we have com-
mitted in being unresponsive to
the cries of our brethren in
Europe who were being brutally
slaughtered."
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March 1 6:04 pa.
March 8 6:08 p.m.
March 15-6:11p.m.
March 22-6:15
March 29 -6:18 pa.
Twinning' at Ramat Shalom
Recently. Lane Birnbaum
became a Bar Mitzvah at Ramat
Shalom Synagogue and was
'twinned' with Igor Lerner of
Moscow. 'Twinning' is a process
by which an American Bar
Mitzvah celebrant shares his day
with a Soviet youngster who is
denied the freedom to pursue a
religious education. Below is a
letter from Igor's uncle who
resides in Israel. For 'twinning'
information, contact Larry
Schuval at the Federation at 748-
8400.
Dear Friends.
We are very grateful to have
received your letter. It is very
difficult to explain in words how
much it means to us, and
especially for Igor and his family
in the USSR, to learn that there
are people in different countries
who care about our family, who
are ready to support us in our
struggle for freedom.
We will be very .dad J
our happiness with^
would be even happier/J
Igor wm with usTeiS
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We hope you can m
family information, perkZ
order to make contact, Wl
peal organizations far |
Jewry, or you can write to
Senator or Congr*,
requesting him to *J
Lerners to leave the USSRi
join us here in Israel.
Again. I want to extend
pest wishes to you and
family.
MazalTov
LearLerser
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Controversy heats up over
conversion of Ethiopian Jews
flCTURED CELEBRATING SIYUM HASEFER, the completion
L tocrtd text, are first grade students of the Hebrew Day School
hare Sharon Banyas, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Michael Banyas;
\Bmndon Halfacre, son of Mrs. Ronnie Halfdcre.
JERUSALEM (JTA| The
controversy over whether the
thousands of Ethiopian Jews who
have just immigrated to Israel
must undergo "Lehumra" a
form of conversion ritual was
heightened when Ashkenazic
Chief Rabbi Avraham Shapiro
sharply criticized two former
Chief Rabbis for maintaining it
was not required. Shapiro said in
an interview published in the
religious daily "Hatzofe," that he
could not understand why former
Chief Rabbis Shlomo Goren
(Ashkenazic) and Ovadia Yosef
(Sephardic) have reversed what
he claimed was their own long-
standing positions on the issue.
According to Shapiro, the
conversion requirement for
Ethiopian Jews was upheld by all
past Chief Rabbis of Israel and is
the universal view of Torah
scholars abroad.
Goren and Yosef, in separate
public statements. nave
disagreed with a recent ruling by
the 10-man Chief Rabbinate
Council which has caused anger
and distress among the
Ethiopian emigres. The Council,
meeting under the chairmanship
of Shapiro and Sephardic Chief
Rabbi Mordechai F.liahu. held
that the newly arrived Ethiopian
Jews must undergo ritual im-
mersion and swear a formal
undertaking to observe halacha
religious law.
The Council agreed that the
males need not undergo
bloodletting, symbolic of cir-
cumcision, inasmuch as all
Ethiopian Jews have been cir-
cumsized. Goren and Yosef,
citing rabbinic sages of the past,
declared that the Ethiopians are
fully Jewish and require no
conversion, symbolic or other-
wise.
"As far as I know," Shapiro
said, "the entire Torah world is
shocked by (Goren's and Yosef's
reversal) and their determination
that (the Ethiopians) are full
Jews without the need for
process whatsoever ..."
The immigrants themselves
say that having suffered so much
in their native country for being
Jews it is an insult and travesty
to have their Judaism impugned
in Israel. Lehumra is a halachic
concept applied when the
smallest doubt exists of a per-
son's Jewish identity. Shapiro
said conversion was required
because of the possibility that the
practices of Ethiopian Jews in
matters of halachic and divorce
were not according to accepted
halachic standards.
He claimed further that doubt
about their authenticity as Jews
was firmly grounded becasue
Gentiles had intermingled with
Ethiopian Jews over the past
several hundred years.
Proof Offered
engele Still Alive
MRIS (JTA) A French
pessman says he has con-
proof that Josef Mengele,
Auschwitz death camp
or, is alive in Paraguay. The
In-Jewish I.yon-based
sman told the French
' Lyon Matin that friends in
_ ay told him Mengele lives
I the Pratis-Gill area between
Filadelfia and Neuland
ns. The paper did not reveal
| name for security reasons.
businessman says
was seen by local
pDitants who formally
meed him from published
"fw He is usually ac-
"w by four bodyguards.
US.-lsraeli Free Trade Pact expected to win Congressional approval
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
United States and Israeli officials
defended the just concluded U .S.-
Israel Free Trade Agreement
(FT A) before members of
Congress as the House Ways and
Means Committee opened
hearings on the pact.
The new agreement, which
provides for the gradual
elimination by both countries of
tariffs on goods traded between
them, is expected to win
Congressional approval by early
next month. But continued
opposition from U.S.
manufacturers and reservations
about the precedent setting
nature of the agreement indicate
that some modification will be
made before the text is completed
and submitted to Congress.
In the hearings. Assistant U.S.
Trade Representative Doral
Cooper and Philip Opher of the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce and Industry
defended the agreement as an
opportunity for both U.S. and
Israeli exporters to expand their
respective shares of the foreign
market.
In particular Cooper noted that
the U.S. would most benefit from
the phasing out of tariffs, since-a
far smaller percentage of U.S.
export than Israeli goods ex-
ported to the U.S. currently
benefit from duty free tariffs.
Pact To Help U.S. In Europe
According to the agreement,
tariffs on some goods will be
eliminated immediately while
duties on goods considered
"sensitive" to import com-
petition will be phased out
progressively over 10 years. The
agreement also provides for the
gradual elimination of non-tariff
areas, including Israeli export
subsidies and its extension of
certain credits for export goods.
The agreement. Cooper said,
would also permit the U.S. to
compete on an equal footing with
Israeli producers in Europe. The
European Economic Community
has already concluded a similar
free trade agreement with Israel
according to which duties on
most manufactured goods will be
completely phased out by 1989.
But representatives oi ine
textile and leather industries as
well as spokesmen for avocado
and rose exporters testified that
the agreement's provision to
phase out Israeli export subsidies
over a six-year-period was in-
sufficient to protect their in-
dustries. Thev also objected to
provisions for Presidential waiver
of any law restricting U.S.
government procurement of
certain goods to domestic
producers. Such restrictions are
included in the General
Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
(G ATT) which Israel is expected
to sign as a provision of the new
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