The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale


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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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Idren of
the Holocaust'
A special five part series documenting the experiences of South
Florida residents who recently participated in the UJA Young
Leadership Mission to Poland. This special, hosted by Mark Londner,
produced by Fred Silverman, both Mission participants, will air April 8-
12 on channel 7-WSVN late night news at 11 pjn.
Jewish FL
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 5,1986
.Priii- <"> Cents
\paign goal
\er here, and
26) only a
[, the Jewish
Sreater Fort
is now
ifor the
the United
iplished a
ft become
ited Brian
Sherr, 1985 UJA general
campaign chairman. "A
great deal more needs to be
done to assure that Jewish
needs in Israel, in North
Broward's community and
elsewhere in the world are
The campaign, he said, is
within striking distance of
the $6 million goal. "We are
currently 23 percent ahead
fver program to air on
lhannel 2 April 8
in Jerusalem," a special program
observances and historical message of
holiday of Passover will be shown on
| at 2:30 p jn. on WPBS, channel 2.
tichard Peritz, host of the "Shalom Show"
Sunday morning, the program depicts a
[around the -Qeder tabte .-participating in
[holiday. Scenes from contemporary life in
the world depict the age old struggle for
Ifies the Passover festival.
Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
imi Beach opens the program with a
srnal survival of the Jewish people under
God. Participating in the Seder itself are
jfe Yardena; Joel and Pearl Reinstein, and
^esli and Louis; and Abraham and
Kdent of the Jewish Federation of Greater
[noted that, "On the holiday of Passover
y of the Exodus from Egypt, a story of
out to all oppressed peoples throughout
ay we are witness to a new Exodus, of
going forth to the land of Israel." The
in part by the Jewish Federation of
of last year's figures, which
equals about $5300,000 in
pledges recorded to date."
Sherr urged all who have
not yet made their pledges
to the 1986 FederationUJA
campaign, to do so as soon
as possible. He added that
volunteers will be making
daily phone calls to
previous givers and
potential new contributors
asking them to make their
commitment to UJA.
"There are only a few
scattered community fund-
raisers scheduled between
now and Shavuot and the
success of the campaign
rests on those who have not
yet responded," Sherr
Alan Levy, campaign co-
chairman stated, "The
increase in pledges to the
1985 campaign is due to the
efforts to reach new people,
many responding with a
very generous com-
"These last few weeks of
our campaign will go far to
help determine the quality
of Jewish life in North
Broward and Israel during
the remainder of the year,"
Sherr said.
President's Passover
through our Jewish
Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign, to help
Israel live. Let us
remember that Jewish
destiny lies in the hands of
In this season of Jewish
remembrance and
rededication, let us
remember those less for-
tunate; the Soviet Jews
who are denied the freedom
of religion, the Jews in
other lands who are con-
tinually persecuted for then-
beliefs, and most im-
portant, the people of
Israel, to whom we declare
that we are "Partners for
Let our 1985 UJA
campaign celebrate the
Jewish ideal of life. Let
"next year in Jerusalem,"
take on new meaning. Let
us remember the State of
Israel, who despite her
problems, opened her door
and heart to thousands of
starving Ethiopian Jews,
giving them a new life, new
hope, and a new beginning.
Joel Reinstein
This Passover, as every
Passover since Moses
exclaimed, "Let My People
Go," there are still Jews
around the world suffering
deprivation, bondage and
want. As we observe
Passover, let us remember
our teachings to use our
wealth and strength to heal
and not to harm, to help
and not to hinder, and most
of all, to bless and not to
On this eve of the 38th
year of the Jewish State, let
us rekindle and resolve
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdsle / Friday, April 5,1986
A visit to our Project Renewal neighborhood
Pictured ore Kfar Saba children who visit the experimental farm once
Children studying in the library at the Youth Center in Kfar Saba
Newly arrived fourth and fifth graders learning in a Kfar Saba
Alvera A. Gold, Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale Project Renewal
chairperson, accompanied Joel
Telles, Federation executive
director recently, at a Budget
hearing in Kfar Saba,
Federation's Project Renewal
neighborhood, and Jerusalem for
the 198586 Project Renewal
' They met with Yitzhak Wald,,
the mayor of Kfar Saba, and the
entire Project Renewal
professional staff. Menehem
Sagy is the new Project Renewal
manager for Kfar Saba.
In Jerusalem, the meetings
included the top executive
director of the Jewish Agency in
The visiting group included the
exectuve directors of the Jewish
Federations of Orlando and
South County, which comprised
the cluster that supports the
physical buildings and social
services for the Kfar Saba
Alvera A. Gold, Federation's Project Renewal chairpsrm
With her new-found Ethiopian friend ^^ "'
to Judaism
On Monday evening, April 8,
at 7 p.m., The North Broward
Board of Rabbis, in cooperation
with Temple Kol Ami and Ramat
Shalom, will be sponsoring an
"Introduction to Judaism"
This course will be taught by
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr of Temple
Kol Ami and by Rabbi Elliot
Skiddell of Ramat Shalom. It will
continue for a period of 10 weeks.
The first five weeks will be held
at Temple Kol Ami, 8200 Peters
Road (between University and
Pine Island Road), in Plantation.
This course in Basic Judaism
will cover some history, theology,
customs, ceremonies, festivals,
holidays and beliefs. It is an
overview of Judaism and Jewish
This course is primarily offered
to those persons who are in-
terested in converting to
Judaism. Please contact Rabbi
Sheldon Harr, 472-1988, for
further information and
registration procedures.
Paved entranceway to the Project Renewal neighborhood
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andAHied Trades Division record 74% increase

irchairman Susan and co-chairman Richard Finkelstein

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The Marriott Harbor Beach
Hotel was the setting for a gala
dinner for the Builders, Real
Estate and Allied Trades
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
March 12.
Mark Levy, co-chairman of the
Division stated," We were very
pleased with the turnout for this
dinner and the dollars pledged by
the 100 plus in attendance. John
Loftus, the guest speaker, had a
very positive reaction on those
who attended the dinner."
"The commitments made by
the Builders and Allied Trades
Division have increased by 74
percent over last year's figures,"
added Richard Finkelstein,
Division co-chairman. "The
dedication shown from this
Division will continue to grow
with each year towards the goals
of the Federation-UJA campaign
and the Division itself.
Serving on the Division's
Executive Committee are Daniel
Cantor, Paul Lehrer and Andrew
Serving on the Dinner com-
Stuart Reich and co-chairman Mark Levy.
Michael Greenberg and guest speaker John Loftus.
mittee were, Gary Bloom, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Dubin, Susan
Finkelstein, Tony Frank, Michael
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Port Lauderdale / Friday, April 5,1986
Plantation holds successful Federatlon/UJA brunch
(Left to right) Rabbi Sheldon Harr, Paul Franh,
Fern Harr, Al Capp, Norman Ostrau and Joel
The Plantation Community
brunch on behalf of UJA, was
held on Sunday, March 10,
raising a total of $185,000 for the
campaign. The brunch, honoring
Rabbi Sheldon and Fern Harr,
had over 150 people in at-
tendance. The annual campaign
event in Plantation celebrated
the maturing and growth of the
Jewish community in Palntation.
Al Capp, a member of the
Plantation UJA Cabinet and the
President of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, was the keynote
speaker. He called upon his
neighbors to continue to make
meaningful contributions on
behalf of Israel and also on behalf
of local Jewish community needs.
Paul Frank, past president of
Temple Kol Ami, praised the
Harrs for their leadership in
building the Plantation Jewish
Joel Reinstein, President of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, presented
Rabbi and Mrs. Harr with a
bronze oil menorah in recognition
of their active leadership in the
Norman Ostrau c,
doing something gjgl
and our community W.T
successful because rWj
who came today are rLl
*rs who*
become more involved."
5*bK HarTionbehWc(|
and himself, thanked
Plantation Cabinet j
Federation leadership
honoring them. "By hono,
the Federation and
ynagogue in our
community are demon
what I hope will be a new si-
its growing maturity. Thati
not be a dichotomy between!
two central institutions ofl
Jewish community
Harr said.
The campaign in r
has surpassed last year'i
with a number of
contributors still to be co
The Campaign is 35
ahead of last year.
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Seated are: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tessler, Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Matt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe/1
Reinstein, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Levin*, and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Levin.

Seated are: Dr. and Mr*. Paul Chudnow, Rabbi and Mrs Elliot Skiddtt, Mr. t
Libo Fineberg, Carol FrUser, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Karel
Seated are: Mr and Mrs. Bernard Canarick. Mr. and Mrs Norman Ostrau, Jo"1
Councilman Larry Freihch, Dr. Michael Wellikoff, and Mr. and Mrs John Ury.
Seated are: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Steinfeld, Dr. and Mrs. William Fleisher, Dr. and Mrs
Steven Levxne, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Poliakoff, and Mr. and Mrs. David Waxman.
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Friday, April 5,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5
lore Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Glaskin, Mr. and Mrt. Louis Back, Dr. and Mrs. Boris Stated art: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sanders. Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Balsam, Mr. and Mrs.
\,Hr- and Mrs. Robert Schneider, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stelnik. David Arnowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hollander, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ardman.
Yom Hashoa observance April 17
Wednesday April 17, the
Broward community will
tooboerve "Yom Hashoa"
of Remembrance for the
lot at 7 p.m. at Temple
Am, 7206 Royal Palm
Margate. The event is
(?sponsored by the Jewiah
lion of Greater Fort
rdile. The Holocaust
m of South Florida,
Beth Am with the
tut of its Rabbi Paul
event chairman, and the
Broward Council of B'nai
speaker will be John
I former Trial Attorney
i Justice Department's
of Special Investigations.
Uy in private practice in a
n in Boston, Loft us'
duties in the Justice
Department consisted of
specializing in Byelorussian
Nazis. He wrote a book about the
history of the Nazi smuggling
problems in America, which
revealed that they were being
sheltered from unexpected
The day's events will be
highlighted by a candle-lighting
ceremony featuring six
Holocaust survivors, each
assisted by two descendents from
the second and third generations.
Expected to attend will be
Judge Paul Backman, president
of the South Region of B'nai
B'rith, local Rabbis, dignitaries
and political officials.
For further information
contact Larry Schuval, Com-
munity Relations Director of the
Federation, at 748-8400. The
public is invited to attend.
John Loftus
Israel to grant memorial citizenship
to six million who perished in Holocaust
YORK The Israel
.land's Parliament, has
the issuance of a
in which memorial
i in the State of Israel
i bestowed upon the six'
| Jews who perished in the
' This honorarium will
panted to those in-
dividuals who risked their own
lives during the precarious and
destructive years of Nazi rule in
order to save Jewish lives.
This declaration will be of-
ficially announced at the up-
coming 40th anniversary com-
memorating the defeat of Nazi
Germany. This assembly will
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Ten Ethiopian Jews begin studies
at Tel Aviv Univ.
Ethiopian Jews are now
studying at Tel Aviv
University after having
attended special
preparatory courses, and
another 11 are now at-
tending the pre-university
"mehina" course to bring
them up to the required
The Ethiopian Jews
began joining the special
introductory courses for
new immigrants and
disadvantaged students
three years ago and are
reported to have picked up
Hebrew and adjusted
extremely well.
According to Roberta
Goldstein, a vocational
counselor in the Dean of
Student's Office, they are
highly motivated. "They
have their hearts set on
studying in Israel and show
a great desire to succeed,"
Goldstein said.
"They learn Hebrew
more quickly than most
other immigrants and they
study hard. And they are
exceptionally motivated in
what they do, despite the
tragic background many
come from, and the problem
of integrating into a very
different society."
convene in Israel from May 5-9.
Participants the world over are
expected to meet in Israel to
immortalize the significance of
this landmark occasion. Each
participant will receive a cer-
tificate designating him or her as
a witness to this historical event.
In addition, attendance of this
World Assembly will serve as a
time of rededication to the
memory of those whose lives were
extinguished by the Nazis and to
those who survived to restore and
regenerate the Jewish nation.
Noted author to speak at Midrasha ~
lecture series
Danny Siegel, nationally
known author, poet, lecturer,
teacher and scholar, will be the
guest speaker for the Jewish
communal professionals on
Monday, April 1, st 12:16 p.m. at
the Jewish Federation.
Siegel's topic will be "Men
schlichkeit in Jewiah Community
Life How Do We Achieve It?"
He will describe how essential
Jewish values of compassion,
concern and commitment can be
actualized in Jewish communal
Siegel is the author of nine
books of prose and poetry on
various Jewish themes including
tzedaksh, mercy and justice. In
addition he is a co-author of a
book on Jewiah humor which has
achieved wide popularity
throughout the country.
Siegel is appearing in the
community as part of the North
Broward Midraaha lecture series,
where he is appearing at Temple
Beth Am on Sunday evening,
March 31. His presentation for
the communal professionals is
being sponsored by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
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Ralph Goldberg
Harry Plnco
Sara Birnbaum
Mar* Feuer
Marga Jedel
Jeff Sttrn
Murray Kirschbeum
Enore Kaplan
Max Feldman
Grace Feldman
Harry Wade
Sadie Wade
Joseph Goldstein
Esther Goldstein
Sam Aueron
Mrs. Sam Aueron
Sarah Meyers
Jean Hlndersteln
Ruth Maltz
Ruth Gilbert
Hannah Abrams
Ray Flicker
Abraham Solomon
Robin Levine
Lillian Zetler
Beatrice Kaufman
Ethel Reichklnd
Marlene Schwartz
Mayor David Kaminsky
Benjamin Grossman
George Hillman
David Heller
Rose Miller
Jack Miller
Morton Garber
Sophie Jacobs
Carl Jacobs
Sam Weller
Dorothy Hasslng
Amy Burstein
Paul Burstein
William Katzberg
Irving Adler
Betty Adler
Elizabeth Bier
Ruth Becker
Sherwin Rosenstein
Joel Reinsteln
And Family
Larry Malin
Isaac Por etskln
Irving Disraelly
Betty RIH
Nadlne Dunda
Lewis Gold
Martha Frank
Fanny Auerbech
Sam Rakofsky
Mrs. Mae Cohen
Lillian Schoen
Edith Gotdfarb
Al Bietky
Tamara Morgenstem
Freada Felton
Lucille Sfang
Bea Mirsky
Lou Schwartz
Thanks to all our volunteers
Elaine Corin
Lee Steam
Lillian Levy
Irving Waisman
Susan Frledlander
Ida Freedman
Belle Kopf
Etta Sternick
Tessie Neufeld
Henry Tandllch
Anne Tandllch
Charlotte Kaufman
Sam Kaufman
Claire Bly
Celia Fromer
Israel Resnikoff
Mrs. Israel Resnikoff
Larry Mines
Lillian Mines
Frank Rosen
Dorothy Gerbush
Rae Samuels
Jasper Samuels
Elaine Rosen
Ruth Orange
Carol Llchtlger
Bobbe Fisher
Mildred Rakofsky
Helen Singer
Doris Borg
Leslie Brooks
Florence Refiner
Tamar Nichols
Jeanne Spector
Sylvia Fefnberg
Karen Tunick
Clara Briskin
Lillian Rosen
Louis J. Schneider
Sylvia Westen
Sam Israel
Bea Singer
Florence Thaler
Philip Truellck
Rose Mehlman
Sol Mehlman
Carol Sherman
Fay Wilamowski
Edna Classman
Betty Jacobson
Hilda Marsden
Lillian Wax
Charles Haravay
Anne Horowitz
Bernhardt Oolie
Rebecca Skolnik
Elizabeth Dreyfuss
Jesse Janoff
Harry Cor an
Diana Coran
Blanche Feigin
Batty Narotsky
Cele Levine
Miriam Levitt
Len Levitt
Lillian Schneider
Mary Rothe'nberg
Regina Sohn
Roz Relmer
Irv Relmer
Rae Rosenberg
Anna Eidelberg
Lenore Schulman
Sol Schulman
Myrtle Yedvobnlck
I rwin Goldman
Steve Lowenkron
Max Thaler
Rose Thaler
Ceil Sigmund
Robert Matz
Belle Appel
Sidney Appel
Sunny Friedman
Abe Birbrowar
Dorothy Birbrower
Alfred Leeds
Carojyn Leeds
Dan Cantor
Rabbi Philip Labowitz
Dee Hahn
David Jackowltz
David Krantz
Gladys Daren
Morris Small
Jean Kletsky
Esther Lerner
Henry LIH
Lou Goldberg
Ruth Nasofer
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Jean Socol
Betty Gold
Anita Berman
Milton Berman
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Tema Friedman
Rose Valensky
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Jean Elliott
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Marc Schwartz
Bernard Canarlck
Genia King
Sunny Landsman
Isidore Landsman
Rose Levy
Ralph Elliott
Judy Moses
Les Friedman
Marnle Posner
Gall Jamal
Laurie Myers
David Surowltz
Grace Llpklen
Milton Lipkien
Sandra Plasker
Jean Grossfeld
Barbara Bazinsky
Mildred Sesnowltz
Scott Salomon
Belle Weiner
Erv Gold
Herman Rosenfield
Joseph Godin
Stephanie Robbins
Ruth Goodman
Rene Greenstein
Lillian Miller
Sarah Goldstein
Shirley Gafter
Estelle Fierman
Evelyn Michaelson
Florence Schlussel
Joseph Lupkin
Ann Parness
Mollie Pollack
Adam Edelstein
Evelyn Rosenblatt
Sylvia Tobacman
Mollie Pearlman
Nathan Pearlman
Monica Sokoloff
Marlene Survls
Ben Dinkes
Joe Feinman
Rachel Salomon
George Kellner
Abe Fierman
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Danny Relmer
Sands Cass
Harry Goldberg
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Carolyn Gutman
Harry Cooper
S. Roslyn Goldfarb
Rhonda Putterman
Anne Feldman
Claire Konell
Louis M.Rosenberg
Mrs. Ted Robbins
Lee Gorn stein
Moe Levenson
Sam Lezell
Julia Guss
Harold Share
Rabbi Sheldon Han-
Laura Hochman
Helen Lubliner
David Lubliner
Leo Weissman
Max Pilloff
Esther Rothschild
Helen Pfeffer
Max Nieporent
Helen Schlffer
Evelyn Gold
Matthew Shapiro
Shirley Sumner
Evelyn Patow
Gertrude Markman
Esther Kleinman
Pearl Dornfeld
Regina Peterfreund
Samuel Daniels
Sadie Daniels
Sydefle Yager
David Mitchell
Hy Kaplan
Mike Weingarten
llyssa Kraus
Mollie Maryn
David Danowsky
Mrs. David Danowsky
Anna Feigenbaum
Nathan Beck
Sylvia F.Goldman
Rae Singer
Brian Sherr
David Fine
Mrs. Ethel Dosik
Beatrice Karl ton
Sidney Karlton
Toby Benfeld
Henry Salomon
Mrs. Joseph Freed
Louis Goldberg
Ellen Weisberg
Llbo Fineberg
Oscar Schiller
Max Kronlsh
Mildred Kronish
Lee Dreiling
Mrs. Lou Schwartz
Ann Karden
Flora Weller
Eva Lelbowitz
Lee Rauch
JohnStreng *-':
isadore Levin
Ethel Levin
Phil Coman
Marlon Fox
Bernard Glick
Bessie Rabinovitz
Ruth Zeiger
Max Buck
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon
Rep. Peter Deufsch
Seymour Gerson
Celia Goldfarb
Barbara Wiener
Joe Buchwa id
Madeline Wall
Alfred Rothenberg
Florence Friedman
Morris Wolff
Viola Mefnlck
Reuben Prlvln
Israel Sandberg
Helen Plotnick
Selma Rosanthal
Pearl Auerbach
Irving Vltrofsky
Mrs. Irving Vitrofsky
David Klempner
Shirley Sills
Rabbi Paul Plotkin
Harriette Shulman
Marjorie Reibel
Hilda Lipman
Jane Nadler
Joseph Buchwald
Sally Buchwald
Rose Rosen
Rachel Walker
Selma Kaplan
Julia Pinchuk
Israel Pinchuk
Irving Schneider
Gloria Hankin
Irving Schneider
Paula Caswetl
Burt Caswell
Lily Schwartz
Sam Schwartz
Lisa Scuinick
Claire Mitchell
Arnold Mitchell
Yetta Schwartzberg
Irving Bleber
Myrtle Fldler
Henry Cone
nose Port
I3orothy Tessler
Bessie Fields
Lester Fields
Kitty Dresner
Gertrude Kramer
Julius Strober
Mrs. Julius Strober
Lucy Share
Kitty Lehrman
Irving Auslander
JeanetteAusJander .
Ooree Bloomf iefd
Murray Hauaer
Mrs. Murray Hauser
Ted King
Mrs. Ted King

Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, April 6,1966
Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400.
Women's Division: 10 a.m.
Executive board meeting.
Federation, 8368 W. Oakland Pk.
B'nai B'rith Medical Referral
Committee: 9:30 ajn. Meeting.
Broward Federal, 5618 W.
Oakland Pk. Blvd.
WLI Tamarac Chapter: April 5-
8. Trip to Marco Polo for
Passover. 722-6762.
Temple Kol Ami: 5 p.m.
Passover service, and 10:30 a.m.
April 6 service.
West Broward Jewish
Congregation: 5:30 p.m. Early
Shabbat service.
Temple Beth Am: 6:15 p.m. First
Passover Seder service, and 7
p.m. April 6, second Seder.
Temple Beth Torah: 6 p.m.
Temple Beth Orr: 6:16 p.m.
BBYO Executive Board adopts
Missing Children Program priority
Congregational Seder at Holiday helping youth could play a major
" role for the B nai B nth Youth
Passover Seder and April 6, 6
run. Passover Seder.
Pioneer Women-Negev Chapter:
April 5-9. Passover at Konover
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
1- What is Judaism's attitude
to the stranger
2- What is the Hebrew phrase
for "Holiday" which is the literal
meaning for a "Good Day'?
3- Name the boat carrying
refugees that was not allowed to
land and was forced to return to
4- What was the true name of
the noted Danish literary critic
Georg Brandes?
5- What city did
Yochanan Ben Zakkai
from Veapassian the
6- In what country did Raahi
(Rabbi Shlomo Yitrchaki) who
wrote commentaries on the Bible
and Talmud live?
7- How long were Jews en-
slaved in Egypt?
8- On the Yahrzeit of a loved
one is it the Kaddiah or Yizkor
that is recited?
9- What is a settlement in
Israel called?
10- What are the words of the
song that Jews sang on the way
to the concentration camp?
See Page 14- for answers
Inn, Coral Springs.
Women's Division: 10:30 a.m.
Board meeting. Federation. 8368
W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
ORT Pine bland Chapter: 11:30
a.m. Meeting. Speaker on
banking and investments will
address group. Mini-lunch 50
cents. Nob Hill Rec. Center.
10400 Sunset Strip.. Sunrise. 742-
Hadassah Ft. Lauderdale Tamar
Chapter: Noon. Meeting.
Lauderale Oaks Condo
Auditorium, 3080 NW 46 Terr.,
Laud. Lakes. 792-6061.
B'nai B'rith Pompano Lodge: 3
p.m. Meeting of board of
directors. Pompano Beach Citv
Deborah Sunrise Chapter: 11
a.m. Mini-lunch and meeting.
Travelogue will be presented.
Sunrise Lakes Phase I
Playhouse. 8100 Sunrise Lakes
Dr. N.
Jewish Book Review Series: 1 to
2:30 p.m. "Interrupted Life," by
Etty Hillesum. West Regional
Rranch. 748-8400.
Jewish Book Review Series: 1 to
2:30 p.m. "Interrupted Life," by
Etty Hillesum. Lauderdale Lakes
Branch. 748-8400.
Pioneer Women Na'amat Negev
Chapter: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Townsend Harris H.S. Reunion:
7 p.m. Dinner and reunion.
Holiday Inn, Commercial Blvd.
B'nai B'rith Women Lakes
Chapter: Noon. Meeting.
Hawaiian Gardens Phase 6 Rec.
Halls. 3506 NW 49 Ave.
Brandeis University NWC West
Broward Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting followed by fashion
show at 1 p.m. Refreshments.
Deicke Aud., 6701 Cypress Rd.,
Plant. 413-5179.
members of the Coconut Creek
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
have much to be proud of. They
knitted over 87 afghans to be
distributed to the Children,,
Home m Israel, a home for
emotionally disturbed boys ages
8 to 14. Chairing the project was
Lee Paxson (right), assisted by
LUIian Feldman. To date, 87
afghans, 157 sheets and 80pillow
'lips have already been shipped
to the Home.
Organization next year as the
result of a program priority
adopted by the International
Executive Boards at their mid-
winter meeting in Washington.
Concerned with the plight of
missing children throughout the
world, some 90 members of the
boards voted to place priority on
educating the community and
helping families in their search
for the missing youngsters.
During the five-day meeting,
representatives from each of the
36 BBYO regions in the United
States and Canada, as well as one
from District 16 (Great Britain
and Ireland), discussed a variety
of internal issues, toured Capitol
Hill and surrounding
Washington, and heard keynote
speakers on current topics of
Of particular significance was a
special ceremony held at
Arlington Cemetery to com-
memorate victims of terrorism.
Coordinated by Moji Javid of
San Francisco and Steve
Luterman of Dallas, the service
featured poetry readings, prayers
and songs. It was followed by a
wreath-laying at the tomb of the
Unknown Soldier by Inter-
national N'siah Betsy Winnick.
Grand Aleph Godol Howard
Cohen, and International
Smith calls for Egypt and Jordan
to continue Mideast peace process
ORT Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Italian-American Club,
7310 W. McNab Rd., Tamarac.
Hadassah-Orah Sunrise Lakes
Chapter: 11:30 a.m. Meeting.
Sunrise Phase IV Variety Players
will entertain. Tamarac Jewish
Center, 9101 NW 67 St.
CHy of Hope-Lakes Chapter:
12:30 p.m. Meeting. Temple
Emanu-El. 3246 W. Oakland Pk
Pioneer Women. Na'amat-
Natanya Club- 12:30 p.m.
Meeting Broward Council office,
1303 N. State Rd. 7, Margate.
Congressman Larry Smith ID-
Florida) introduced an amen-
dment which would prohibit
Jordan from buying advanced
U.S. weapons systems unless it
recognizes Israel and enters into
direct negotiations with the
Jewish state. The amendment is
designed to encourage King
Hussein to continue the progress
he recently made toward peace.
At the same time, Smith of-
fered an amendment approving
U.S. economic and military aid to
Egypt in the expectation that
Egypt will continue efforts to
further the peace process and
fulfill the provisions of the Camp
David Accords and the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty. Both
amendments were passed by
voice vote by the House Foreign
Affairs Subcommittee on Europe
and the Middle East. During the
session, the Subcommittee also
approved 13 billion in economic
and military assistance to Israel
an increase in $400 million
over last year.
"There is an awareness of the
positive role Jordan has played in
the search for a just and lasting
peace in the Middle East." said
Smith. "We want to send a signal
to King Hussein encouraging him
to move even further along the
path toward peace." Regarding
the conditions on military aid
Smith admitted that "it pains us
thst two dose friends of ours are
not friends with each other. This
amendment should make the
Administration take note of
where the peace process is at the
On the Egyptian amendment.
Smith said. "We are extremely
pleased with the steps Egypt has
with regard to the peace
However, there has not
n Egyptian ambassador in
'reel for the past three years. I
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Director Dr. Sidney i.
The program at Ara
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Profit organization de
sensttizing the world to,
temmsm and providing
the families of vktSi
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youth the evening b
The BBYO ,
visited the Viet Namudl
Memorials and staged a
across the street from th, |
Embassy in Wast
behalf of Soviet JewrY]
were addressed by Crime j
and David Isby.
director and former
fairs legislative aide, .
tively, to OmgressvcnieJ
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Friday, April 6,1986 / The Jewish Florkiian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 9
Passover thoughts and themes
\ctor ofEducation
tftwish Federation
#r Fort Lauderdale
j from Egypt ta *
of deliverance from
irtm. History is not
I atil all people* are
,rv of the Exodus from
i ja-ved to motivate the
for freedom among
peoples throughout
The Pilgrims and
who set forth from
to an uncharted
wilderness called
^ "The New
L" leaving the land of
f rules by its Pharoeh"
es) for the Promised
t longing of blacks for
from their slavery
ndent in the Biblical
from the house of
, In the messianic age,
i will live in peace and
_j was not just freedom
Meal slavery and op-
Vtat freedom to (choose
Ler is incomplete without
I of the Torah marked
abday of Shavuot. and
Rivals are linked by the
[of 49 days of the Omer
i to the other. Without
ition at Sinai, the
pie would have been
free, but spiritually
11divine design by which
Freedom implies choice,
I national reaction of the
to the "offer" of
i was "Na-aseh V'nish-
We shall obey, and we
rlthat is, we are ready to
I Torah ... let us know
| entails. Meaning that
a leap of faith and
to make a com-
to a specific Jewish
pud way of life that was
ion all generations.
I is -historical, in the
it defies historical
ubatitues another
ideal of what can be
history of world is con-
parked by a struggle for
Tj ind national power, by
1 and subjugation both
.' and psychologically
[conflict on all levels of
The Exodus, however,
divine providence,
. love and loyalty to
. thus introducing a
lt, in this sense the
1 the model for the
Tfi/mud on tap9
Mem utai The
F'he entire Talmud to
Mjjust been completed
fljMUi Sabbato, 35, of
j**ist Organization's
W Letorah Yeshiva.
J"*" was marked
at a ceremony at-
pwrs. scholars and
'SWP0 ca39ette
["* hours of Talmud
gy enable busy
IsS** to imbibe
IT** while driving or
JJ* engaged in
wctual pursuits.
KaS?Mo and
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(^w,th relative
2"*** come wth
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K'Jbe ableU) eon?
T*dJ"r ve"- The
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messianic age when peace and
harmony and love r01 reign both
in the human and natural worlds.
The period of slavery in Egypt
shaped the Jewish character aa
muehas the Exodus itself.
Through pain and anguish the
period of slavery in Egypt served
to shape the Jewish character
much aa a blast furnace purifies
metal, ridding it of all its im-
purities. The experience of
slavery was burnt into the
collective memory of the Jewish
people providing them with the
direct understanding and sen-
sitivity to oppression of everv
kind. Over and over the Torah
admonished the Jew "and you
shall welcome the stranger, for
you were strangers in the land of
Egypt." It is almost aa if the
empathy necessary for knowing
and feeling the pain of other
oppressed peoples could only be
developed in the bondage of
The message of the Exodus moat
not only be remembered and
retold, it must be relived at every
The telling and retelling of the
events of the slaver? and
redemption from Egypt in all its
detail, and in all the praise of the
saving providence of God, are
vital in stirring the collective
memory of the Jewish people, in
every generation and in every
tend of their sojourning. Yet the
5>ages realized that every sense
must be stimulated and the Seder
on Passover eve is so designed as
to be a powerful educational
experience. The taste of the bitter
herbs, the sight of the prepared
table, the touch and taste of the
matzah ... all combine to impact
upon he heart, as well as the mind
of the Jew.
The massage of divine liberation
most be repeated every day and
every week, not just once a year.
The concept of "in remem-
brance of the Exodus from
Egypt" is built into the daily life
of the Jew through the week-
day prayers, through the grace
after meals, through the kiddusb
at each festiral and on Shabbat,
through every important Jewish
life cycle ceremony. The oc-
casional thought or annual
reminder of the Exodus is not
enough Judaism seeks to
make it an internalized element in
every Jewish soul.
Passover is a time of rebirth, not
only nationally, but of the world
a self.
Passover is specifically the
holiday of he spring, a time when
there is a convergence between
the rebirth of a nation, and the
rebirth of the natural world.
Passover is the conscious link
between man and nature, tieing
them together in an eternal bond.
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Page 10 The Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, April 5,1986
Pictured above (left to right) are: Sanford
Mendelson, Sylvan Mendelson, George Berman,
Temple president, and Rabbi Phillip Labowitz.
Beth Israel receives donation of Sefer Torah
TemplJ^h ta-fnS W M"Si f Syt"n "^ !Wfi SmM Mendelson reside, in
^iSS^^Lt^SSP^ ^ HyS^nd BUnhcne SS^"-* ^ '^^
in Bellaire. Ohio, through the Mendelson.
Bella is 73-years-old, an Israeli
originally from Rumania who
now lives alone in Yoseftal.
She has family, a brother and
niece but they live in Netany a.
"Bella aits at home. The neigh-
bors come to visit," a friend said.
And she would sit there
alone and isolated -if not for her
neighbors and a club where she
and other senior citizens go for
their social life
"The dub is my first home,"
Bella said with the help of an
Without the club where she
goes to meet and talk with people
as well as do handiwork, Bella's
life would be lonely. "Not good,"
she said.
"Bella said the club is very
good and that I am the mother of
the club," said Drora Ben Tsouk,
who oversees the elderly group
which has operated out of the
Community Center in Givat
Eshkol, a neighborhood next to
Yoseftal and Kaplan in Kfar
Now, however, Project
Renewal with the help of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, has opened a
Club for the Elderly, which will
provide hot food, medical help
and numerous other activities to
keep the elderly people here vital.
The Elderly
"To be with company and not
live alone." Eh Ben Gera,
manager of the Kfar Saba
Department of Social Work, said
in explaining the purpose of the
The elderly in Yoeeftal and
Kaplan pose a major problem for
Project Renewal.
"The elderly people would sit
all day on the corners of streets.
The people who could not go out
would sit at home in darkness
and loneliness," Ben Gera said
In Yoseftal and Kaplan, there are
several hundred elderly people
with another 100 in nearby Givat
Ben Gera said a major problem
is how to offer the elderly
something to do from morning to
evening. "They need spare time
with something productive which
breaks the loneliness."
The project also has to care for
the elderly who cannot take care
of themselves. Bella, for example,
receives help to clean her
apartment because failing health
prevents her from doing all the
chores herself.
At the club, the elderly will be
able to do simple work such as
putting objects together for
which they will be paid. The work
enables these elderly people to
supplement their meager in-
The club also will offer cli_*
in reading and writing for the
elderly, most of whom can do
neither. At other times, the
elderly will work on handicrafts
which after are sold at bazaares,
another way to supplement their
income. The work is quite good
and they make items such as
Challah coverings for Shabbat to
sweaters to household
Other programs include a hot
meal for those too old or too ill to
cook, lectures on current events
aa well as parties to help
celebrate Jewiah holidays.
Even with the dub which is
a good start more is needed. A
major project that Project
Renewal would like to undertake
ia a Senior Citizen Center.
"This project is important
because it gives aU the services
for the senior dtizens in one
place," Ben Gera said.
Whereas the new building
which houses the Club for the
Llderly can serve only 80 people
at one time, the Senior Citizen
Center would be able to help up
to 150 people, and would have an
auditorium for cultural activities.
But money is the major hitch.
There isn't any for this project.
Kfar Saba ia the Project
Renewal city "twinned" to the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
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Donna Zunihng learn how from chef/ teacher Strickland.
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Candlelighting Times
April 6 6:21p.m.
April 6 7:30 p.m.
April 11 6:24 p.m.
April 12 6:24 p.m.
April 19 6:28 p.m.
April 26 6:31p.m.
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invites their readers to submit any new and creative kU
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Please submit all suggestions to: Floridian, P0 Boil
Tamarac. Florida 33320^6810.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER (721-76801. S101 NW 57th St.. Tuning
Service*: Sunday through Friday 8:30 a.m.. S p.m. LaU Friday i
p.m Saturday 8:46 a.m.. 5 p.m. Rabbi Kurt F. Stan*. Aaiiliary I
Nathan Zolondok Cantor P. Hlltol Srumm.r
TEMPLE BETH AM Service*: Monday through Friday 8:80 a.m.. 8 p.m Friday lam
p m ; Saturday a.m.. S p.m Sunday 8 am, 5 p.m. Rabbi FtdI
Rabbi Emerttua. Dr. Solomon Oatd. Cantor Irving Groaaman
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SSUS Servtcn: Monday through Thursday 8 a m .5 30pm Fnfeyl|
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am. 6 p.m. Friday late eervlce 8 p m.; Saturday 8:46a.m..a*di
lighting time Rabbi Jeaea* LasBssr, Canter SbaMai AckanwN.
TEMPLE B-NAI MOSHE (t49-aUB). 14B4 BE lard. St., Pompue
3SO80 Servtcea: Friday p. m. Rabbi Msrrto A. Ska*
TEMPLE SNA-ARAY T ZED EX (741-OMS). 4AM Pine lalaad M.
S3S31 Services: Sunday through Friday 8 am ftp m LateFrkbj
p.m Saturday 8 41 a.m.. 4 30 p.m. Hekkl Howard 8.
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p.m.; Saturday 8 46 a m Rabbi lre*l Helpern
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Tamarac. Friday at 6 p m Saturday a m Cherlae B. Fyler,
Lauderdale Lake* 88813 Service*: Sunday throughThur*d*yt*
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aundown Saturday 8 48 am sad aundown Oaater BBBa*
(MB-TtTT). 3301 Stirling Rd.. Fort Laudardal* Wu*f!T;l
Uirough Friday 7:80 a.m.. and aundown: Saturday, am..""
8 a. m.. sundown. Rabbi Edward Davis.
Tamarac Services: Daily 8 a.m.. imnck* 6 p.m SaturatJ^ ^
Is 16 p.m. Rabbi CBaHa lO.....r. c*n*r*e*ti* prelaw"
BAMAT SHALOM (47>-8e), 11801 W. Broward Blvd.
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Friday, April 5,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 11
J Fort Lauderdale, the children saw the informative and
fDolls for Democracy" program presented by the B'nai B'rith
[The lesson of Brotherhood was presented by the "Doll
Mrs. Rot Michaels. Pictured with Mrs. Michaels are (left)
\Cohn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohn; and Renee
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Hamuy.
Last Jewish Family
lln Sidon Now in Israel
Irish family to reside in the
[Lebanon port town of
fcft with the withdrawing
I Defense Force and has
|in Israel. The Levi family
of a widowed mother,
four children aged 17-
an aunt. Her husband
htyears ago.
|jews of Sidon began to
i long ago as the Israeli
Independence in 1948.
[ the remaining Jews left
Lebanese civil war
|DF liaison unit helped the
I some of their property,
j a citrus grove. It also
laetl the property of other
I families who left in recent
i,including shops.
[LEVI family told their
they were going to
Hd to travel via Israel
d the dangers of
I via Beirut. They were
I Israeli immigrant cer-
) when they arrived at the
I1* Sidon just before the
. nita began rioting in
P Thousands of Shiite
fundamentalists, followers of the
AyatoUah Khomeini of Iran,
poured through the streets of
Sidon, ripping down posters of
President Am in Gemayal 24
hours after the Maronite
Christian president was given a
hero's welcome there. The rioters
demanded his ouster and the
establishment of a Moslem state
in Lebanon to replace the
traditional multi-confessional
Lebanese army troops who
took over the town after the
Israelis left on Saturday were
reported to be powerless to
establish order. At one army post
outnumbered Lebanese soldiers
tried to stop demonstrators who
surrounded them and tore down
Lebanon's national flag. Soldiers
retrieved the flag, but the
demonstrators again tore it
The Shiite extremists, reported
to number 12,000, surged
through the streets storming into
shops and smashing bottles of
liquor. Alcoholic beverages are
forbidden by the Moslem faith.
They chanted, "God is great. We
want a Moslem city and an
Islamic Republic. Where was the
army when the Israelis were
Rabin Says Israel Will
Never Give Up Gaza
'AVIV- (JTA) -
I Minister Yitzhak
| on his first visit to
Strip since taking
Mured Jewish
.' the territory
jays be a part of
[He also promised
I Arab leaders that
*uld not block
Jnal financial aid
^ residents.
^the Sinai border,
EL?" that their
,**n>ht be similar to
&2"d funding
p,?? Ga territory,
[ ^graphically has
Pyjt of the Biblical
Tfi *** f
L"*m. however, would
Ktif!01 anaw to
a, !Pale8timans in
He referring
to the autonomy plan for Gasa
and the West Bank agreed to in
principle by Premier Menachem
Begin, President Anwar Sadat of
Egypt and U.S. President Jimmy
Carter, when they signed the
Camp David accords in 1978.
The plan was never im-
plemented because of the vastly
different interpretations of
autonomy by the Israelis and
RABIN TOLD reporters that
Israel would seek international
aid to help the Arabs in the city
of Gaza and in the villages of the
territory. But he added that
governments and organizations
which preach to Israel the
necessity of improving the
quality of life of Arabs in the
occupied territories should
provide some material assistance
of their own.
This appeared to be an oblique
thrust at the Egyptians and at
the Reagan Administration
which have been urging Israel to
improve conditions for
Palestinians ha the territories.
Rabin told acting Mayor
Mamzah Turkman of Gaza that
he would consider the mayor's
request to allow the transfer of $6
million provided by Saudi Arabia
five years ago. The then Israeli
Defense Minister Ariel Sharon
had refused and the money has
remained ever since in a bank in
Amman, Jordan.
Omega Council donates to
WECARE Holiday Basket drive
Max Finkelstein, president of the Omega
Religious Service Council, presents a check to
Rhonda Putterman, JCC WECARE Director, for
the purpose of filling Passover HOLIDAY
BASKETS to be distributed to deserving families
in the county. Looking on are Jerry Kaye, former
president of the group and Ben Gold, Vice
President. Omega has been collecting funds for
WECARE (With Energy, Compassion and
Responsible Effort), for more than 6 years for the
"Basket" program and urges members of the
community to participate in this worthy endeavor
so that a Happy Passover holiday may be
celebrated by needy families. Call Rhonda
Putterman at the Jewish Community Center,
6601 West Sunrise Blvd., 792-6700, for further
information, and for further donations of funds or
foods for the Holiday Basket program. According
to Putterman, the need exists and further
donations would be most welcome to insure a
successful program for Passover '85.
Soviet Union Treatment Of Jews
Compared To South Africa Apartheid
The Soviet Union's
treatment of Jews was
likened to South Africa's
apartheid policies by the
head of the United States
delegation to the United
Nations Human Rights
Commission, Ambassador
Richard Schifter, at a
meeting of the committee
Referring to the Commission's
earlier discussion of "the
phenomenon of discrimination
and deprivation of rights on
grounds of ancestry practiced in
South Africa," the U.S. envoy
declared that "similar practices
can be identified in the Soviet
Union" where "discrimination
and persecution is based solely on
ancestry and has been on the
increase... In fact, 1964 has
been one of the worst years in
recent memory," he said.
"Singled out for such
discrimination and persecution
are the Soviet Union's Jews and
it is because the Soviet media
reflects the government's point of
view that the increase in anti-
Semitic propaganda is of serious
concern. Soviet anti-Semitism
has been offered to the public
under the label of anti-Zionism,"
he charged.
Schifter emphasized in his
remarks that discrimination in
the Soviet Union was applied to
persons not because of their
attitudes or political beliefs, but
solely because of their ancestry.
"Many of the people who today
are victims of this kind of per-
secution and discrimination are
the descendants of persons who
helped create the Soviet Union or
enthusiastically supported it. It
is not surprising that the en-
thusiasm of the third generation
is greatly diminished," he said,
noting that the campaign of
threats, intimidation, beatings
and imprisonment increases the
bitterness and the number of
Jews eager to have the USSR is
once again growing.
difficult to understand what the
Soviet government seeks to
achieve by the policy it is now
following. Its decisions are
normally the result of reasoning
rather than being based in
emotion. In this case, what is the
Cost of Living Index Up
13.5 Percent
cost of living index rose by 13.5
percent during February, the
Central Bureau of Statistics
announced here. The increase-was
as anticipated, due to P***
at the overlap (known in Hebrew
as the seam) betwsen the fust
and second package deals.
The Bureau noted that cost
increases due to the cutting of
government subsidies towards
the end of February, which wiU
be evident in the current March
COL calculations, already ac-
count for an increase of between
six and seven percent for tfte
March COL figure.
In subsequent months the
Finance Ministry anticipates a
reduction in the monthly increase
to single figure rises, indicating
what they claim is the success of
the economic package deal.
But both the Histadrut and the
manufacturers complain that
there is still much to be desired in
implementation and operation of
the agreement.
Employees will receive pay
increases of beteen 14 and 20
percent with this month's
salaries, to be paid on April 1.
The bask increase will be 14
percent, with an additional six
percent granted to industrial and
production workers.
result to be achieved? If the
intention is to drive the Jews out
of the country, why not let them
emigrate? If the goal is to show
certain foreign countries such as
the United States that tense
foreign relations will result in
Jews being victimized, the result
is the opposite of what is in-
tended. Any set of violations of
human rights by the Soviet
Union serves only to aggravate
international tension
The Soviet Union came under
intense questioning and criticism
of its treatment of Jews in the
UN Committee on the
Elimination of Racial
Discrimination currently meeting
at UN headquarters in New York.
Both the Soviet and Ukrainian
representatives were pressed to
explain the restrictions imposed,
not only on Jewish emigration
from the USSR but on the study
of Hebrew.
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W hy is this Passover different?

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Because on all other Passovers, we've remembered the Exodus.
This year, we celebrate with Jews who've lived it
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Blessed are You, Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, Who has kept us alive,
sustained us and enabled us to reach this season.
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Page 14 The Jewish Ftoridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Friday. April 5. 1986
Environ Men's Club
hears Israel Update
At a recently held meeting of
the Environ Men's Chib. over 250
members listened to a brief
Israel update at their Sundav
brunch, bald at the Environ
Cultural Center of Inverrary
Invited as the guest speaker
was Kenneth Schwartz. National
Vice-president of the United
Jewish Appeal and State of
Florida UJA Chairman Sch-
wartz recently returned from
Israel where he witnessed the
"modern miracle" of the
Ethiopian Jewish absorption
taking shape. He shared this
marvelous story with the Men s
Club. Schwartz also related to the
group bow the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
supports many local Jewish
agencies such as the Kosher
Nutrition Program, which feeds
1.000 elderly, weekly at two
locations; The Jewish Family
Service: the Jewish Communitv
Center; Hebrew Day School and
many others.
Many members of the Environ
Men's Chib requested more
information in order to assist the
Jewish Federation with its many
programs and to volunteer some
Thanks were extended to the
Diversified Quiz
president of the Environ Men's
Chib. Mr Bert Novack. and
program chairman. Dr. Leon
Tropp. for their support.
For further information about
the Jewish agencies the
Federation serves, and how you
may help as a volunteer, please
contact Kenneth Kent at the
Federation office. 74S-S4O0.
'Our Way'
Passover blessings
for Jewish deaf
'Left to right) Dr Leon Tropp, Environ Men's
Club program chairman; Max E. Buch, Inverrmry
UJA chairman; Ktnntth Schwartz, guest
EE'Stf *"**" a .^3
1- The Torah teaches. Love
the stranger as yourself."
2- Yom Tov.
3- St. Louis
4- Morris Cohen.
5- Yavneh.
6- France.
7- 210 years.
8- Kaddiah.
9- Yishuv.
10- I believe with perfect faith
in the coming of the Messiah and
though be tarry I will wait daily
for his coming.
OUR WAY. the program for
Jewish deaf sponsored by the
National Conference of
Synagogue Youth (NCSYi. is
distributing directions for
"signing" the blessing said over
mat/ah to thousands of deaf
Jewish youth and adults in
preparation for Passover, which
starts tonight.
The brochure is part of OUR
WAY'S "mitzvah series" of
prayers and blessings in sign
language for various holidays
and occasions. Other OUR WAY
projects and activities include
Jewish Tele-Story, a dial-a-story
service for those with teletype
telephones (2121 947-5963. OUR
WAY Magazine, packed with
stories and information about
Jewish life, interpreted tour to
Israel and National Convention
in Toronto. Ontario on April 26-
You may receive a copy of this
brochure by "^"g a long
stamped self-addressed envelope
to: OUR WAY co NCSY. 45
West 36th Street. New York. NY
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Page 16 The Jewish Horidwui of Cheater Fort Lauderdale Friday. April 5. 1986
UAHC issues guide to couples
planning a mixed marriage
far men and women planning
mixed m imagine designed to
help such couples "become better
informed and more adequately
prepared for the ramification*" of
such a marriage, has been issued
by the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. the
association of American Reform
"Jews and Non-Jews: Getting
Married by Rabbi Sanford
Seltzer or Brookline. Mass.. a
Reform rabbi and
psycho therapist, reported as
having counseled hundreds of
mixed marriage couples, is a 44-
page pamphlet, described as an
informative and insightful
examination of the issue from the
perspective of Reform Judaism
Reporting that recent
estimates are that 40 to 50
percent of American Jews who
marry currently chose non-
Jewish partners,' Rabbi Sekser.
co-director of Reform Judaism s
Commission on Outreach, at-
tributed the trend to the
development of growing
secularism and religious
pluralism, and rmphanai on
personal freedom, the femmiat
movement, and a more open
society that generally reject*
anti-Semitic attitudes and
tW pi ailia trom parents.
laws and friends may add
existing tensions
Deapate such pitfaas. Rabbi
Settxer argued that predictions of
the demise of the American
Jewish community bee anas of the
ring number of mixed
are "premature and
unfounded." Bat he nevertheless
strongly wigjilul that persons
of diverse religious backgrounds
should begin talking about
themselves and their ex-
pectations of marriage before the
emotional its en say of their
relationship gets out of hand and
they are no longer able to exercise
good judgment."
Concerning raising of chadren
religiously Rabbi St hast wrote
that parents should be
thoroughly versed b what
Judaism and Christianity teach
and practice The faith they
choose should be intellectually
and emotionally compatible with
then- personal afcstjfas and
beliefs To do otherwise re to
rend "a dissert ice to tin Hasina
and to their chidren."
FAST: Rose and Jules Lustig were honored by
the Tempi* Beth Am UJA campaign committee
at the recently held breakfast on behalf of the
Jewish FederationUnited Jewish Appeal cam-
paign. Israel Resnihoff. chairman, and Rose
Hersh, co-chairman, thanked Rabbi PtdM
spiritual leader of Beth Am, for deUvtwe,
moving address. Pictured at the brtakfutt
rightf: Rose Hersh, Israel Resnikoff, fa
Jules Lustig, and plaque presenter aid 7i
president Jack Magzen
Finding a pathway
Rabbi Seltzer declared that
rxisung data suggested that
~_xed marriages are leas
harmonious than same-faith
marriages and that mixed
marriages can and often do
create tensions that are not
present in relationships involving
persons from similar religious
and cultural backgrounds.''
He also asserted that Jews
determined to share their lives
with a non-Jewish partner but
still maintain then- Jewish
identity and the Jewish identity
of children of such marriage
face an enormouslv difficult
He said such couples should
expect that ill such marriages
demand even more patience and
mataritj :nan that required of
same-faah marriages: (2i normal
marital misunderstandings may
evoke reactions out of proportion
to their surface causes, and (3l
religious and cultural experiences
that normally enrich a marriage
will be hard to achieve.
In addition, be said. (41
spiritual alternatives sufficiently
compensatory lor those moments
that cannot be shared may be
lacking m the religious up-
bringing of children pose par-
ticularly painful dilemmas: and
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fjAPER a
Hoiokhic Man By Joseph B
Soioveachik Jewish Publication
Society of America 1983 164 pp
S12 96
Reviewed by Barnes A Levkae
Rabbi Soloveitchik is widely
known as a pre-eminent scholar
and interpreter of Rabbinic law. a
modern-day sage, and a masterly
teacher and educator His in-
fluence has been nothing short of
phenomenal, especially among
modern Orthodox" Jews.
Although some object to this
label, it is not entirely inap-
propriate, because Rabbi
Soloveitchik has been con-
sistently committed to the
principle that both Torah and
Hokhmah both religious
learning and secular studies
are valid pursues for students to
the Torah
Rabbi Soloveitchik is a product
of two universes the
I.ahnanian Yeshiva. with its
refined methods of Talmud*
analysis, and the
university where
schooled in the
philosophical tradition. He found
for himself, no doubt after
considerable inner struggle and
persistent contemplation, a valid
philosophical justification for a
complete and consistent ac-
ceptance of and adherence to the
entirety of Rabbinic law and
teaching, known as Halakha
In this assay. Rabbi
Solovexchik contrast* the sort of
person he calk Halakhk Baa"
*h two other types: Homo
religious, the man of religious
faith, and cognitive man
Halakhic man shares with both of
these omasa objectives and
methods of living and thinking,
bat he also differs radically from
each of them. Religious man
seeks to rise above the hn-
perfections of the world by
reaching high into ethereal
reahn* of faith. As Rabbi
Soioveachik depart* him. the
religious man ia a kind of mystic
Cognitive mas. oa the other
hand, seeks to learn the aw* of
nature, the rules i
which explain how the
Halakhk man confront* the
*orld be-sag an ideal model. _
set of ideal forms iiiaaliil by
God and preceded in the Torah.
oral sad written. Has goal ia to
make the world conform to thai
ideal modal. Thia ia the career of
Haass'hii man; hat arena most
iwrawgj be this world, assd has
creativity rip-iassa itself as
redemption and atonement.
It a logical that Rabbi
Soioveachik should compsre
Halakhic man to the
mitlnmiriw.^ ^rho also SO-
proached reality with ideal
numbers, forms, and formulas,
and then proceeds to measure
and calculate reality in ac-
cordance with them. Halakhic
man is. therefore, the idealist, par
excellence. Interestingly, the
Rabbinic tradition itself Trarhtis
that God created the world ac-
cording to a pre-determined
model. Long before Genesis. God
prepared a model, the Torah. and
hen the time came to begin
creation he used the Torah as a
reference book I assume that
Rabbi Soloveitchik intends for us
to understand that this process
continues in history.
There are two aspects of Rsbbi
Soloveitchik s conception thst I
find problematic In the first
place, there is the abstraction
which he calls hahalakha The
Halakha. Strictly speaking, this
form means the ruling or law
applicable in a specific case To
use this form of the word, with
the definite article, to connote the
entire body or system of Rabbinic
law ia ssnUar to use of the Greek
term: he nomos The Law" for
the Five Books of Moses! A
semantic transaction has taken
{*" ?*S was a body of
halakhot (the plural form), a
corpus of rulings and tWiyinm
he* become en abstract category.
The Law. or perhaps. Lew I
nave no objection to such in-
novative abetractions. for they
are the stuff that philosophy
madeof I would, however.findit
******** if the readers of thia
assay remained unaware of what
has taken place!
J** second problem a the
bsenee of reference* to the
aanmunal context wahea which
Rabbinac Law a to be fulfiled or
actualaed What of the handy
the commumty of worshippers
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Friday, April 6,1985 / The Jewiah FToridUn of Greater Fort Lauderdale Pgel7
offers Support Groups

Lan's Day Committee
rnih Community Center
t Blvd. has announiMd
7L second annual Chai
" be held at the Tower
[Wednesday. Apnl 24, at
I Schneider. Channel 10's
Lgs News Anchorman,
ft^ guest speaker ac-
t0 Woman's Day
chairperson. Carrie
Ennuil Chai Luncheon
nut as vehicle to raise
[for the JCC Camp
rjhip F"nd- rePortg
Fox. Adult Activitiea
* "Spring is when
Jind kids start thinking
summer camp, but for
Children, camp is not
^without special financial
ice," stated Fox. "The
imp Scholarship Fund
[provide a wonderful
experience for many
in need." she added.
I we give Chai. (Chai ia
L for life and also
fcits the number 18 which
at symbolic meaning for
we give life and what can
[ fulfilling than to provide
ly child with a happy,
Fcamping experience?"
The Jewiah Community Center
of Greater Port Lauderdale,
located at 6601 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
hsts the following ongoing,
current Support Groups led by
Dorothy Wolfson, M.S. licensed
mental health counselor:
Children's Support Group: For
children of single parent families,
allowing them the freedom to
focus upon their feelings without
the con train ts of guilt or concern.
Call Judy at 792-6700 Thursdays
6-7 p.m. Six sessions. Fee $4 per
Mike Schneider
Luncheon at the exclusive
Tower Club, One Financial Plaza,
Fort Lauderdale, will be a full
course gourmet meal. Donation
for the Chai Luncheon is double
Chai *36 per person and
reservations are required. For
information and reservations call
Ihultz to visit Israel in May
\j of State George Shultz
i Israel briefly in May to
|ceremonies marking the
versary of the defeat of
ny in World War II,
i the visit apparently
from discussions in
on of how the Reagan
ration would participate
lational observances of
. i Shultz will use
km for political talks
mier Shimon Peres and
Minister and Deputy
Yitzhak Shamir, the
as visit to Israel is also
la means of easing the
totment expressed in
[adea in the U.S. and
l over the ad-
tation's rejection of
that President Reagan
' te of the Dachau
) camp when he is in
"d his spokesmen
that such a visit
j-J the sensibilities of
I'government, although
l* government which
1 Proposed it.
'bown whether Shulti
tm other countries in
".His talks in Jerusalem
* to focus on the
k..VC mmentum
' H b* Egyptian
Mni Mubarak's
recent peace initiative.
In that connection, the Reagan
administration's top Middle East
aide, Richard Murphy, the
Assistant Secretary of State for
Near Eastern and South Asian
Affairs, is due to the region
shortly to assess the extent of
support for Mubarak's un-
The Prime Minister's Office,
meanwhile, has published a
statement reaffirming Israel's
opposition to Mubarak's
proposal that the Reagan ad-
ministration meet with a joint
Jordanian-Palestinian delegation
for preliminary discussions. The
statement stressed Israel's in-
sistence that it be involved
directly in such talks from the
If affirmed Israel's willingness
to negotiate with a Jordanian-
Palestinian delegation but only if
it contained no representative of
the Palestine Liberation
Shamir noted in an interview
that the U.S. remains firm in its
opposition to negotiations which
did not include Israel, media
reports to the contrary not-
withstanding. He observed in
that connection that the recent
visits to Washington by
Mubarak and the Jordanian
Foreign Minister, Taher Al-Maari
were not negotiations but simply
part of America's ongoing
contacts with countries in the
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Our 60th Anniversary Year
Come to the Hebrew University
with The Friends
All roads lead to Jerusalem during the Hebrew University's 60th Anniversary
Year. A rich and eventful week of academic, cultural and social activities begins
on June 1,1985.
Celebration 60 Highlights
A gala concert at the Rothbcrg
Amphitheater on Mount Scopus by the
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
A sound and light show at Masada and
a Bedouin feast under the stars.
A dinner at the Knesset in honor of
recipients of honorary degrees.
Meetings with the Hebrew University's
top scholars and scientists and visits
with them in their laboratories and
A Symposium,./tTW*i/*m the Challenge
and the Vision, with Mayor Teddy
Kollek and a number of key figures
representing different points of view
relating to the city.
The opening of a special exhibit. The
Treasures of the Jewish National and
University Library, including fascinating
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Jewish Book Review Series
highlights Holocaust book
A M E R 1 [ A
H 0 I 0 [ A U S T
1 9 4 1 + 1 9 4 5
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"An Interrupted Life", a warm
yet heart-rendering account of a
life lose in the Holocaust, will be
.he final book to be presented
during the month of April in four
community libraries as part of
:he Jewish Book Review Series
co-sponsored by the Central
\gency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. and the
Broward County Library
The book, written by Etty
HiUasum has been called "The
story of an adult Anne Frank"
and has been widely praised by
the critics. It portrays the
psychological and spiritual
development of Miss Hilleeum
during the Holocaust years.
Shirley Wolfe, director of the
Educational Resource Center of
the Central .Agency, and widely
active in the community as a
reviewer, will discuss the book at
the West Regional Library. 8601
W. Broward Boulevard, at 1 p.m.
on Tuesday. April 9. and at the
Tamarac branch. 8601 McNab
Road, on Tuesday. April 16. also
at 1 p.m
On Wednesday. April 10. at 1
p.m. at the Lauderdale Lakes
Branch, the reviewer will be
Mary Brand, who will appear
through the courtesy of the
Speakers Bureau of Riverside
The final review will take place
at the Coral Springs Branch on
Tuesday. Apri 23. at 7 p.m with
Rabbi Jerrold Levy, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth On-
set-ring ss discussion leader.
Hosts of the book review serve
are Arieh and Rhode Dagan. staff
members of the Central Agency.
Sehna Algaze. head librarian of
West Regional serves as
, coodinator for the Broward
Library System.
The series will complete its
second year in April, and has
attracted capacity crowds at each
of the libraries for most of the
sessions. Paul Frieaer. chairman
of the committee on education of
the Jewish Federation, stated
that The Jewish Book Review
Series has brought an added
cultural dimension to North
Broward and has provided a
stimulation serin of programs
foe the community. We look
forward to the expansion of the
program to additional libraries in
areas of our county not yet
Abraham J. Gittelson serves
as director of Education for
CAJE in North Broward with
Helen Weisberg as administrator
of the North Broward Midrashs
Adult Education Institute.
UJA RALLY: The Bermuda Club community
recently showed its 9th consecutive year of
support for the Jewish Federation United Jewish
Appeal campaign recently, at its UJA rally held
in the community auditorium. Abraham J.
Gittelson. Federation director of education, was
the guest speaker The UJA campaign honored
Miidred Garber. Jack B Huber and Murray Sch-
uartzman for their dedication i
Jewish values. Pictured above art tleft ul
Huber. Garber and Schwaruman iota
plaques. Chairing the Bermuda Out I
campaign was Bermuda Club
president Bernard Simms. uith axil
Epstein. Isidore Landsman and Sol Wn
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America and the Holocaust
Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 19
. Abandonment of the
C by Monty Noam
rt-la* few years, a number
nka have documented the
Cjted moral bankruptcy
JchVistian West during
P, most anguished hour-
liocaust. Aspects of the
Lurf conduct have been
il-Iv explored by such
Cists as Bernard
Ljtein, Walter Laqueur,
Ctin Gilbert, with my own
\jm Were Expandable
L a first overview of free
[diplomacy in the to of
Ly's "Final Solution. Yet
C'aatance, analyzed much
[in pioneering works by
I Morse, Henry Feingold.
Li Friedman, had eluded
Uensive analysis. David
L author of a formidable
C'of U.S. foreign policy
Co 1938-1941 (Paper Walla,
hnd the significant essay
L Auschwitz Was Never
|ad" /Commentary, May
[now provides us with that
I publisher's hyperbole
Ithsunding, dramatic
Lions do not suffuse The
Uonment of the Jews. Those
Mai cited above and other
Ire have unmasked the
disbelief, then indifference,
lemitism. and political
ency which prevailed in the
lean State Department and
In Foreign Office.
welt's callousness; Allied
I various nationalities under
domination but not to the
Leople targeted for death in
I War II; regrettable
ring among American
organizations; heroic War
lee Board activity all
pen well substantiated for
Iblic record.
Iman's valuable con-
Boo lies in the amount of
I brought to the indictment
I United Sutes within the
I of one book. Scrupulous
fch damns an entire society
It responding adequately to
nical imperative of saving
m human beings. With the
lion of the Treasury
tment under Henry
PJtliau. Jr.. Washington
09m in particular could
Pe far more in this regard,
Pthout compromising the
"fort. Novel here is
P s account of what visa
Pupping possibilities did
Pjen though a mere 21,000
m- 10 percent of the legal
- were admitted during
Pod in question.
fty of special note, too, is
lflvity to anti-Semitic
Pt sentiment, reflected
*n*ide and in the halls
P"8* The mass media and
la of tl>e Christian
P; ner before examined
PJfly as in this volume,
K*0 near silence. So.
' ooat American in-
^ Political left, and
P* of organzied labor.
P Pa remain. Those
m*J&* individual
r^lnaddaon, thevary
|J Amencan source.
PJf '*. for example
" Blkkana Uy m the
KTT lU readers with
IK C,t"trPhe and
LTgovernment aid. vet
E* tH-t theT ^
kVL^1 the >** of
' ttriving >t the
2 ^yond for
*muttesd to
immediate rescue and abolishing
Britain's restrictive White Paper
quotas for Palestine. A tiny
faction led by Hillel Kook (alias
Peter Bergson), mustering grass-
roots support and helping to
create the War Refugee Board,
suggests what a major, united
campaign could have ac-
Lamentable this strife
unquestionably was, but it
should not obscure the overriding
fact that the world powers
capable of checking the tempo of
the Holocaust had other
priorities during World War II.
American Jewish organizations
did offer the Allies concrete,
varied programs of rescue and
relief to scant avail. A
moderate Palestine resolution at
the American Jewish Conference
would not have evoked a more
humanitarian response: London
adhered to the White Paper
throughout, with Washington
nodding approval. Nor did a
representation to the War
Refugee Board from the con-
ference and all other established
Jewish organizations in August
1944 secure any substantial aid
on behalf of Hungarian Jewry,
the last surviving Jewish
community in Europe.
Wyman conclusively
demonstrates that Roosevelt, in
whom Jews placed their greatest
trust, failed to champion an
active rescue program. The
president's indifference surfaced
ih other instances not discussed
here, such as a personal report in
July 1943 from eyewitness Jan
Karski about the gassing of Jews
at Belzec. eliciting only sym-
pathetic generalities at the same
moment that FDR approved a
confidential joint Anglo-
American statement aiming to
maintain White Paper policy
unitl the war's end. American
Jewish unity would not have
altered this overall attitude.
The major Western powers had
no intention of relinquishing any
control over policy. As a con-
sequence, they sealed the fate of
European Jewry. After reading
The Abandonment of the Jews
and other such judicious studies,
we can better appreciate the
crime of complacency and the
urgent mandate for its
(Unviersity of Illinois Press,
1983) and "The Emergence of
Zionist Thought" (Associated
Faculty Press, forthcoming).
Professor Monty N. Penkower,
Chairman of Touro College's
History department, is the
author of "The Jews Were
Expandable: Free World
Diplomacy and the Holocaust"
r^V^ LAKES I holds successful function: The Sunrise Lakes
1 VJA campaign, chaired by Jack Rosenberg, (left) and co-chaired by
Nat Goldman, (right) recently held its annual evening for Israel on
behalf of the Jewish FederationUnited Jewish Appeal campaign. Over
350 people were entertained by noted American-Israeli humorist
Danny Tadmore in the Sunrise I clubhouse. The Sunrise Lakes Phase
I UJA campaign honored the following people for their commitment to
Jewish causes: Mark Weissman, executive vice president of Menorah
Chapels; Arthur Fine of Riverside Chapels; Lou and Frances Korins
Irving and Fay Mintter; Alice Raymond; Bessie Lipman; Milton and
Helen Feldman; and Michael and Lottie Chaikin. Serving as honorary
chairmen were Joe Ooldhar, Lou Schindler, Moe Berg, Bernard
Rosinow and Sam Loev.
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