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rish Federation 1985 Annual Meeting
_______________Tuesday May 21, at JCC
e Jewish FL
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IDiAN
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Number 18
Fort Laudardalt, Florid. Friday, May 3,1985
.Pricf t*> Cvnis
in J. Sherr nominated to be
lexf Federation President
\t\
lierr, currently
fice president
campaign
the Jewish.
Greater Fort
has been
pr election as
at the
il Annual
held at 7:30
May 21 at
the Jewish
Center
pus, 6501 W.
\ Plantation.
teinstein,
sident, will
meeting and
on of awards,
to all con-
tributors to the 1985
Federation-United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Announcement of the
nomination of officers for
one-year terms and
members of the board of
directors for one and two
year terms was made at
this month's board meeting
by nominating committee
chairman Samuel K. Miller
and committee members
Jacob Brodzki, Esther
Lerner, Alan Levy, Sheldon
Polish and Sol Schulman.
The committee
nominated: Brian J. Sherr,
president; Daniel Cantor,
Alan Levy, Mark Levy,
Samuel K. Miller, John
Strong and Ethel Wald-
man, vice president; Irving
Libowsky, secretary;
William* Katzberg,
assistant secretary;
Sheldon Polish, treasurer;
and Sidney Spewak,
assistant treasurer.
Re-elected to serve as
members of the Board for
two years are: Alan Becker,
Gladys Daren, Paul
Frieser, Morris Furman,
Seymour Gerson, Alfred
Golden, Martin Lipnack,
Anita Perlman, Israel
Resnikoff, and M. Morris
Wittenberg.
Nominated to serve as
board members for one year
are: Martin Cain, Richard
Entin, Deborah Hahn,
Stephen LeVine, and
Steven Lewin.
Nominated to serve as
new board members for two
years are: Max Buck, Abe
David, Richard Finkelstein,
Joseph Novick, Harold
Oshry, Stuart Reich, Dr.
Marc Schwartz, Jeffrey
Streitfeld, Irving Spector,
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon and
Rabbi Elliot SkiddeU.
Slated to become
president, Brian served as
Federation vice president
and co-chairman of the
general campaign in 1983-
84, he founded the
Attorney's Division of the
Federation, and was the
recipient of the Young
Leadership Award from the
Federaration for 1982-83.
Brian also served as
president of Jewish Family
Service, vice president of
the Florida Chamber
Orchestra and 1983 United
Way Professional Service
chairman.
He is a partner in the law
firm of Sherr, Tiballi and
Fayne. He lives in Boca
Raton with his wife, Janet,
and his daughter Alexa.
ie celebration of Jerusalem May 19
Agency for
Won (CAJE)
Federation
ipating in-
mark the
|of Jerusalem
[Six Day War
t 'Yom
(Jerusalem
being held
to 4 pjn.
19 at Temple
7100 W
Blvd.,
"LChayiml
1 Years of the
fon of
will be
,.a Program
l> the public
fnfee*f$2,
*\ to the
y May 9.
[will analyze
**C art and
' capital of
|*nd refresh-
ments will be served at
12:16 p jn., with the first of
two workshop sessions
beginning at 1:20 pan. The
following is the list of
workshops offered at 1:20
pjn.:
A. Heroes of Jerusalem
. Abraham J.Gittelson
B. The Prophets Speak of
Jerusalem ... Dr. Amos
Ezekiel
C. Ancient Israel as
Revealed in Archeology (in
Hebrew). .EfratAfek
D. United Jerusalem-
Politics of Success .
Bruce Yudewitz
E. Jerusalem in the Life
and Thought of Chief Rabbi
Kook Rabbi Arnold
Lasker
F. Mystical Jerusalem
. Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz
The second set of
workshops will be offered at
2:20 pjn. They are:
G. Musical Echoes of
Jerusalem Cantor
Nancy Hausman
H. Religious Life in
Jerusalem ... Dr. Tee Bee
Aye
I. A Walking Tour of
Jerusalem- Slides .
Josephine Newman
J. Legends of Jerusalem
. .. Rabbi Elliot Skiddell
K. Airlift to Jerusalem-
The Ethiopian Story .
DovGoldflam
L. Jerusalem in Poetry
. .AbrahamJ.Gittelson
For registration in-
formation contact the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education at 748-8400.
Participating in-
stitutions include: Temples
Beth Am, Beth Israel, Beth
Israel of Deerfield Beach,
Beth Orr, Beth Torah,
Emanu-El, Sha'aray
Tzedek, Sholom, Ramat
Shalom Synagogue,
EDMUND
ENTIN
You can't say goodbye to Edmund Entin for he
was on loan to us these past 64 years
You can't say goodbye to a man who induced new
wisdom to all he touched. His lifetime devotion and
concern for those less fortunate was the magic of his
leadership that earned him the love, honor and
respect of being a "mench."
A humanist with an aureole of understanding a
man of radiant cheer invigorating sense of good
humor, brilliant and a superb leader who endowed us
all with a legacy that will live in our hearts.
It is not the length of our life that matters but
the fulfillment. Eddie was a jewel among our people
his crown will endure forever.
Sholom!
ROBERTADLER
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
and the entire Jewish community mourns the loss of
Edmund Entin, immediate past President of the
Federation.
Ed had a long history of dedicated involvement in
numerous philanthropic and service organizations.
Before coming to South Florida, he was president of
the board of trustees of Beth Israel Hospital in
Northern New Jersey, president of Passaic Park
Jewish Community Center, co-chairman of the
Passaic-Clifton United Jewish Appeal. In Fort
Lauderdale, he chaired the Woodlands Israel Bonds
campaign, the Federation's Budget and Allocations
Committee, the Federation's Community Relations
Committee, and the Woodlands Anti-Defamation
League campaign. Eddie also served as Federation
vice president and co-chairman of the UJA campaign
and past President.
Hebrew Congregation of
Lauderhill. Liberal Jewish
Temple of Coconut Creek,
Southeastern Region
United Synagogue of
America, Jewish Com-
munity Center, Omega
Condominium. Coordinated
by: Central Agency for
Jewish Education of the
Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale in
cooperation with the
Department of Education
and Culture of the World
Zionist Organization,
American Section.
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Page 2 the Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, May 3,1966
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Foundation of Jewish
Philanthropies to
co-host Seminar for
Professionals May 7
Pictured are the 80 volunteers that were honored
by the leadership of Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign for their hard work in
the Greater Margate Area. The award breakfast
was held April 18 at Temple Beth Am, Margate.
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Federation/UJA honors 80 people
at Margate award breakfast
The Legal and Tax Com-
mittees of the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale, and the
Foundation of the Jewish
Federation of South Broward are
co-hosting a "Seminar for
Professionals," who advise
clients on matters related to
Taxes. Estate and Charitable
Planning, from 8 to 10 a.m.
Tuesday May 7, at the Holiday
Inn. 2275 State Rd 84, Fort
Lauderdale. Breakfast will be
served from 8 to 8:30 a.m.
Libo Fineberg, chairman of
Fort Lauderdale's Foundation,
states that the seminar qualifies
for CPE and CLE credit.
Guest speaker will be noted
attorney. Stanley S. Weithorn of
the New York fc. J
Marks and UohaiTl
Weithorn will dM
and don'ts of Chanubfcl
and the consider L
practical aspecu of giftj
Registration fee is d
ving on the Legal
committee of the Fon,
Jewish Philanthrope \
Fort Lauderdale F
Richard Breit, Em."
Drath, CPA; Judth I
Arthur Fiber; Steve
Esq.; Hyman Indomkyl
Martin Kurtz, CPA; 1
Levinson: Sheldon Poet]
Esq.; Joel Reinstem,r
Schuster, Esq.; iadr
Esq.
For further ii
contact Janice Salit at ?4J
The leadership of the Jewish recently, honoring the areas' 80
Federation-United Jewish campaign chairmen and co-
Appeal campaign in the Greater chairmen for their hard work and
Margate Area held a breakfast
Mission Schedule
Below is a bat of the upcoming Missions sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale. If you would like
any information about any Mission, please contact Mission
coordinator Sandy Jackowitz. at 748-8400.
Summer Family Mission Jury 4-17 (Rabbi Elliot and Julie
Skiddell, leaders)
Singles Mission July 21-31
Pre-Mission to Paris July 17-21 (First Timers)
Pre-Mission to Prague Jury 1741 (Repeaters)
Campaign Leadership Miaafaa Oct. 9-20 Pre-Mission to
Eastern Europe
Federation Annual
Meeting May 21
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale, pursuant
to its By-Laws, is presenting the following slate of offices* and
directors, as certified by the Nominating Committee, for election
at the annual meeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, May 21, at Soref Hall,
JCC Campus, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation. All con-
tributors to Federation's 1986 United Jewish Appeal ffstp
are welcome.
t: BRIAN SHERR
Vie* PrssMsat: DANIEL CANTOR
Vie* Pti )<: ALAN LEVY
Vice Praeideat: MARK LEVY
Vie* Presides* i SAMUEL K. MILLER
Vie* President: JOHN STRENG
Vice President: ETHEL WALDMAN
Secretary: DIVING LIBOWSKY
Assistant Secretary: WILLIAM KATZBERG
Treasurer: SHELDON POLISH
I Treasurer: SIDNEY SPEWAK
RE-ELECTED
FOR TWO YEARS
ALAN BECKER
GLADYS DAREN
PAUL FRIESER
MORRIS FURM AN
SEYMOUR GERSON
ALFRED GOLDEN
MARTIN LIPNACK
ANITA PERLMAN
ISRAEL RESNIKOFF
M. MORRIS WITTENBERG
NEW BOARD MEMBER
ELECTED FOR ONE YEAR
MARTIN CAIN
RICHARD ENTIN
DEBORAH HAHN
STEPHEN LeVFNE
STEVEN LEWIN
NEW BOARD MEMBERS
ELECTED FOR TWO YEARS
MAX BUCK
ABE DAVID
RICHARD FINKELSTEIN
JOSEPH NOVICK
HAROLD OSHRY
STUART REICH
Dr. MARC SCHWARTZ
JEFFREY 8TREITFELD
IRVING SPECTOR
RABBI JEFFREY BALLON
RABBI ELLIOT SKIDDELL
Publication of the Nominating Committee's slate in The
Jewish Floridian, which is mailed to the bom of 24,000 con-
tributor* to Federation's 1986 United Jewish Appeal campaign,
is deemed, in accord with the By-Laws, to be "appropriate
publicity" to the Federation's general membership.
Additional nominations for any officer or for the board may be
made by filing a petition containing the signature* of 26
members of the Federation.
dedication to UJA and Israel.
Each honoree received a
plaque along with words of
praise and thanks from Samuel
K. Miller, vice president of the
Federation.
The Greater Margate Area
UJA campaign comprises 20
separate condominiums.
According to William Katzberg,
Area chairman, the 1986 cam-
paign has already exceeded the
amount raised in 1984 by some
20 percent. "We are well on our
way to reaching our $225,000
goal for the area." Katzberg
stated.
At the breakfast. Berte
Resnikoff presented Sam Miller
with two checks, one for the
Federation-UJA campaign, and
the other for Operation Moses,
on behalf of the Shalom Dancers
of Margate.
Advising the Margate cam-
paign is Israel Resnikoff.
When the World was
\ 3500 Year? younger
It rained over Hot Spring*, Arkansas, 3500 year* ago
That rain m rising in the Mountain V/aDey spring today,
geologists report.
No wonder Mountain Valley Water is so pure. It has
never been touched by man made pollution
Yet long before we knew thi*. Mountain Valley was the
only water to earn nationwide popularity It's sodiunv
free, naturally hard, excellent to taste Have it delivered
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FROM HOTiFRIMOl, ARK.
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An Evening With
Yitz Greenberi
Wednesday, May 8,1985
8:00 p.m.
Sheraton Ri verhouse -
Miami Airport
The Challenges of Choice3'
- The Challenges facing the Jewish Community as we enter the
21st Century.
- Admission Free to all current and prospective members of the
National Jewish Resource Center (Membership categories oeg^
at $100)
tf
Judy and Michael Adler
Gladys and Rabbi Haskel Bernat
Linda and Kenneth Hoffman
Ellie and Herb Katz
DonLefton
THE NATIONAL
JEWISH RESOURCE
CENTER
Host Committee
Lipoff
Harry Smith
Barbara Wiener
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Friday, May 3,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
derly Mental Health Conference May 7
together clergy,
2. Mental Health and
professionals for
and communication
purpose of serving the
" will be the theme of
ly Mental Health
May 7.
Charles Fahey,
the Third Age Center,
'University, New York
,ill give the keynote
I
Elder
address at 9 a.m. in the Student
Center, Southeast Florida Center
on Aging, Florida International
University, Bay Vista Campus,
North Miami.
Sponsored by the Interfaith
Council, Community Relations
Committee, Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale;
Interreligious Liaison Office,
American Association of Retired
Persons and Specialized Urban
Ministries, it will include par-
ticipants from Broward, Palm
Beach and Dade counties.
Reactors to Msgr. Fahey, who
is chair of the Federal Council on
Aging, Frail Elderly and Long
Term Care Task Force will be:
Jean Perdue, MD., Ombudsman
State Council; Mark Bergmann,(
D. Mini., Chair, Lutheran Min.
Florida-Broward Area; John
Stokesberry, Adm., HRS
V
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J
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W<
I above are some of the members of the
I Federation's Interfaith Council, planning
nming Elderly Mental Health Conference
for May 7 at FIU. Seated (left to right)
Fnedland, Federation's coordinator of
Services: Rev. Donald F. Bautz,
bed Urban Ministries and AARP; and Dr.
Ptlaez, FIU. Standing (left to right)
Crain, NE Focal Point Senior Center,
Deerfield Beach; Murray Daninhirsch, MSW;
Phil Raymond, Community Care for the Elderly,
Catholic Charities; Mary Barnes, South County
Neighborhood Center; Rabbi Albert Schwartz,
Federation's director of Chaplaincy Com-
misssion; and Elsie Delderfield Maguire, RSVP
director. Not pictured are Marsha Kaplan of
Jewish Family Services and Devora Friedman of
SE Focal Point Senior Center in Hollywood.
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and Elliott Stern, Assistant
Director, Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged.
The morning session will also
include a special audio-visual
presentation and discussion
regarding Aging and Mental
Health.
Ten workshops to be held in
the afternoon will cover such
subjects as: Volunteer Care
Givers; Project Sinai, Miami
Beach; Geriatric Residential
Treatment System; Swankridge
Holistic Research and Care
Center, Homestead; Advocacy,
Florida Impact: Ethics and
Death, Hospice Care and
Widowed Persons Service; Drug
and Alcohol Abuse; Shared
Care, Boca Raton; Discharge
Ministry, South Florida State
Hospital; and Support Groups.
Broward Advocates for Mentally
111 and Alzheimers Related
Diseases.
Max Rothman, J.D., Director
Southeast Florida Center on
Aging will preside at the con-
cluding Plenary session where
reports from the Workshops are
to be made.
For additional information
contact Larry Schuval. 748-8400.
CRC director to discuss
'Cult-evading' at
Women's Division
Young Leadership lecture
The Young Leadership
Development Committee of the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation is pleased to an-
nounce that Federation's
community relations director
and director of planning, Larry
Schuval, will be the guest
speaker at the next lecture on
May 22.
The morning lecture will be
held from 9:45 to 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday May 22 in the
Plantation home of Marcia
Steinfeld.
Schuval, an expert on cults,
will discuss the various
techniques used by cults to lure
people into their groups, how to
recognize these people and how
to avoid them.
The Young Leadership
Development Committee is
chaired by Jo Ann M. Levy and
co-chaired by Carole Skolnik
with Florence K. Straus acting
as advisor.
For further information
contact the Women's Division at
748-8400.
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We're glad
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It shows you understond the challenges
we face throughout the Jewish world,
and the urgency of the needs we must meet.
Out pledges won't oeare solutions. Cash will.
Cash is needed.
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You'll be glad
you paid.
Please send your check today.
Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale
8358 West Oakland Park Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33321


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, May 3,1985
YOMHASHOA
A Community Remembers

Over 1500 people filled Temple Beth Am to pay homage to the six million who ptrufcrfai
Holocaust.
John Loftus, guest speaker, captured the hearts and minds of the
audience with his enlightening speech
"The crime of the last
generation was the Holocaust,
the crime of our generation is
indifference,'' stated John
Loftus, guest speaker at the
Yom Hashoa observance April
17 at Temple Beth Am in
Margate.
Mr. Loftus, author of the
"Belarus Connection" has
uncovered many secrets that
point a finger at the American
government's complicity in
protecting Nazi sympathizers,
collaborators, and the Nazis
themselves during those early
years of the cold war, while
serving in the Justice Depart-
ment.
"Yom Hashoa'' Day of
Remembrance was witnessed
by approximately 1500 people,
young and old alike, who felt it
their obligation to remember the
horrors of the Holocaust, so that
future generations will know and
prevent such a horror from ever
happening again.
The program, sponsored by
the Holocaust Survivors of
South Florida, the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Temple Beth Am
and B'nai B'rith, brought the
community together for a
candlelighting ceremony with six
candles one candle for each
of the six million Jews that
perished during the Holocaust.
Candles were lit by Holocaust
survivors, second generation or
children of Holocaust survivors,
and third generation or gran-
dchildren of Holocaust sur-
vivors.
Scott Cowan, chairman,
Broward County Commission,
read a proclamation marking
April 17 Holocaust Remem-
brance Day.
The standing room only crowd
was greeted by Jack Magzen,
Temple Beth Am president and
participated in the Maarev
service, conducted by the
Temple's Rabbi Paul Plotkin.
Isaac Schlomkowitz, first vice
president of the Survivors Club,
also addressed the audience.
Cantor Irving Grossman led
the memorial prayer and Rabbi
David Matzner of Congregation
Beth Hillel. said the Kaddish.
Serving on the committee
were: Rose Hersh, chairperson;
Sam Martin, co-chairman; Isaac
Schlomkowitz, Abe Fridman.
Norman Gitler, Bernard Shay,
Sam Desperak and Lawrence M.
Schuval.
I
Memorial candles were lit by many of the participants I
Hashoa program.
Feelings of outrage in Israel
Reagan's visit to German
Fort Lauderdale teens selected to
spend Summer in Israel
Ten teenagers from the
Greater Fort Lauderdale area
have been selected as par-
ticipanta in the Chaver L"Chaver
(Friend to Friend) program. The
Jewish Community Center and
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education with funding
provided by the Jewish
Federation,'are pleased to an-
nounce this "first" for the
community. "We are thrilled at
the warm response our com-
munity's teens have given to
this innovative Israel program,"
said Sharon S. Horowitz.
Judaica High School director
and Chaver L'Chaver consultant.
This jointly sponsored program
provides American youth ages
15-17 with a unique first hand
perspective of life in Israel.
"We are especially enthused
with the Kfar Saba portion of
Chaver L'Chaver," exclaimed
David Surowitz, JCC associate
director. These carefully selected
teenagers will be provided with
home hospitality for two weeks
in the city of Kfar Saba the
Project Renewal city of the
Greater Fort Lauderdale Jewish
Community.
During their stay in Israel, the
Americans, with their Israeli
counterparts, will be involved in
community work projects and
share in a variety of social and
recreational activities.
After their responsibilities are
fulfilled, the Americans will tour
Israel with their new Israel
fnends acting as their personal
guides!
Teenagers selected on Chaver
L Chaver will be expected to
participate in community events
upon their return.
Participating will be Jodie
Strauss, Jamie Strauss. Naomi
Thomas and Robert Winness of
Plantation; Lisa Waldman
Meredith Madnick and Amy
Richter of Coral Springs; Jason
Rosenzweig and Michael Krohn
of Uuderhill; and Mark Bollt of
Davie.
The tentative Chaver L"
Chaver program is as follows:
The teenagers will arrive in
Jerusalem and spend five days
touring and learning. They will
then proceed to Kfar Saba.
Federations Project Renewal
city, where they will live with
families. From Kfar Saba. the
u*ns will go to a field school at
Lin Gedi to study, spending four
days. They will then visit the
city of Kilat en route back to
Kfar Saba for a visit. They will
then be joined by Kfar Saba
teenagers for the remainder of
the trip touring the Galilee and
Golan area, to Jerusalem, and
back to Kfar Saba. The whole
trip will take approximately four
and one half weeks.
JERUSALEM (JTA| The
White House announcement that
President Reagan, after all, will
visit a concentration camp site
when he is in West Germany,
has not reduced the feelings of
outrage over the President's
decision to place a wreath at a
German war cemetery where
members of the notorious
Waffen SS the executioners of
the "Final Solution" are
buried.
The shock and anger aroused
by Reagan's plans was expressed
by national leaders.
Former President Yitzhak
Navan. presently Minister of
Education, told a Holocaust
memorial service that Reagan's
advisers had let him down very
badly by suggesting that a visit
to a concentration camp site
would balance out to a Wehr-
macht cemetery. There can be no
mixing or mingling of the two
commemorations, Navon said.
Premier Shimon Peres, ad-
dressing the main memorial
service at the Yad Vashem. was
oblique in his criticism of the
President. While one can be
reconciled with one's enemies,
there can be no reconciliation
"with evil. There is aaj
tear off the yellow
declared.
Yitzhak And,
Yad Vashem. urged
cancel hia visit to '
military cemetery
where SS men are
said the visit wo
exploited by those
world who try to deny]
Holocaust ever occur1
Hausner. chairman %
Vashem s International |
who prosecuted wr
Adolf Eichmann "
stressed in his
deliberate failure of I
States and Britauj t"
victims of the Ho
death.
Peres, in hie address,1
that the Holocaust
helpless because for
was no sovereign J<
flee to. In our own i
the situation is **
South AmencM JTi
should choose to BJJ
while they caa-H*\wm
must be preparedlur
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in order to prflv*
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. there can be no reconciliation torunmiiP-
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The eecond Youth Leadership
Workshop, sponsored by the
Broward National Conference of
Christians and Jews, will be held
Sunday. May 6 from 1 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn
Conference Center, 1711 North
University Drive, Plantation.
The workshop will bring
together high school students of
different racial, religious and
ethnic groups in an effort to
create awareness and un-
derstanding of the diverse
backgrounds in our pluralistic
society. Through information-
sharing exercises, role-playing
and group discussion, com-
munication skills will be
developed in an atmosphere of
positive interaction.
The workahop. entitled
"Looking at History Looking
st Ourselves," will also deal with
the ultimate consequence of
prejudice, the Holocaust, and
will explore the questions, "Can
We Learn From the Past?'' and
"What Can I do to Make a
Difference in the Future?"
Leading the workshop
discussions will be Sherman
tb
Mosely. Human
Specialist with
Allentown.r>nnsy'
workshop. I"f5rn
students may (of
office at 739-t
information


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Friday, May 3,1986 /'Tha Jewiah Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5
Judaica High School commemorates Yom Hashoa
>
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of the Northern Branch of Judaica High School com-
vted Yom Hashoa with a special candlelighting ceremony. Seen
Yahrzeit candles, in memory of the six million Jews who
I in the Holocaust, is Susan Fox, with Andrew Left, Joshua
iy and Alan Dobkin loohing on.

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ttpcraA, president of the Holocaust Survivors of South Florida,
id discussing his experiences in a concentration camp to the
ugh 12th grade students who attend the Northern Branch of
iHigh School, held at Temple Beth Orr, Coral Springs.
Israel Nahalal singers
delight JCC audience
The students who attend the Southern Branch of
Judaica High School, at the Jewish Community
Center, commemorated Yom Hashoa with a talk
given by Abe and Miriam Friedman, also
members of the Holocaust Survivors of South
Florida. The students also lite candles and read
passages of books and poetry commemorating the
occassion.
/pasta and vegetables supreme^
I
The Jewish Homemaker's Guide to Delicious Italian Cooking
Gets its Zest from Chef Boy-ai-dee Ravioli.
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
"4 cup chopped onion
1 tablespoon butter or margai ne
lean! 15 oj.) Chef Boyar-de.
Cheese Ravioli in Tomato Sauce
1 cup water
1 packet G.VAshtngtonsGolden
Seasoning and Broth
1 cup chopped red pepper
rkagei 10 01.) frozeni
coekMi
and drained
com.
1 package (10 oz.) chopped
broccok. cooked and drained
1 cup sliced mushrooms
W cup butter or margarine
(4 tablespoons)
1. Saute chopped parsley and onion in 1 tablespoon butter.
2. Combine parsley, onion. Cheese Ravioli, water and G. Washington's in
2 quart sauce pan. Coven simmer for 10 minutes.
3. Meantime, saute red pepper in 1 tablespoon butter. Remove to warm
serving dish.
4. Continue to saute each vegetable separately in 1 tablespoon of butter.
Remove each vegetable to separate warm dish. Serves four.
iabove
are five Israeli girls who are part of the Israel Nahalal
Wwg Israeli singers of
e, comprising the
"frs of Israel's
Iwth Village, recently
T? ""Jths touring the
and Canada.
before an audience
.t0 MO at Fort
*Je*'sn Community
lJ J.Ue8lav AP"> 2. the
KjfJ and four boys
"** "id entertained an
appreciative, cheering audience.
Their repertoire included Israeli
folk and Pop songs as well as
several selections from both
North and South American
muaic.
The event was co-sponsored
by the JCC and the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
(CAJE) of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
,B Plans Think Tank for JCCs
I IRK- N.Y. A
factional !>,
wii, at Grosinger,s.
,u involve 21
. ^ the Jewish
,/^nter field ^
'Undas.
* Jewish
Lk*M.^ of the Think
develop a compendium of
new and current successful
Jewish educational programs
end resources uniquely suited for
Jewish Community Centers.
review and discuss the
Canter as a Jewish educational
institution
suggest means of
stimulating the enrichment of
Jewish educational programs in
Centers.
The Think Tank is one
development in the im-
plementation of the recom-
mendations of the JWB Com
mission on Maximising Jewish
Educational Effectfvensas of
JCCa.


Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, May 3,1986
What's happening at the JCC?
SENIOR ADULTS
The JCC's Senior Adult
Department is sponsoring a
variety of day trips, cruises and
visits to spas for its members,
according to Laura Hochman,
director of Senior Activities.
The next trip is a four-day,
three-night stay at the Harbor
Island Spa in Miami Beach. May
13-16. An all-day outing to the
Everglades is planned for June
5. For information call Judy at
the Center. 792-6700.
MOMMY'S
Cindy Grossman, JCC's dance
and aerobic specialist, leads an
exercise class for JCC pre-school
mothers (and others), three
mornings a week at the Center.
The schedule is from 9:16 to
10:15 a.m., Monday, Tuesday
and Friday. The fee is $20 for
one day, $30 for two and $40 for
three, including babysitting.
PRESCHOOL
Registration is now taking
place for pre-school age children
at the JCC. Half day and full
day programs, beginning
September '85 are available, with
early drop-off. extended af-
ternoons and enrichment classes
offered.
Weekly specials include music,
drama, ceramics, physical
education, swimming and other
interesting activities. Visitors
are welcome to tour the JCC
facilities weekday mornings from
9 to 12. Contact Robin Levine at
792-6700.
The JCC is located at 6501 W
Sunrise Blvd.. Plantation. For
information about all the
programs offered there, call 792-
6700.
The JCC is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
JCC announces
slate for 85-86
Fort Lauderdale s Jewish
Community Center will present
nominations for officers and
directors at its annual Mem-
bership Meeting. Monday, May
13. 7:30 p.m. in the Center's
Soref Hall on Campus, 6601
West Sunrise Boulevard.
Installation ceremonies will
take place during the Center's
First Annual Dinner Dance,
Sunday, June 2, in the Grande
Ballroom of the Inverrarv
Country Club. JCC's Volunteer
of the Year and Community
Sv'<* Award, wfll .
Pjwmted during jL'
Dan<* Program*^
according to G 9
Installation Dinnw
Committee memtxr.
, ,n addition to uM
Golden, Joan j.^
Streitfcld and c?L
*w> aerve on the Dnu^i
Committee. ^'
For further inform.^,
call 792-6700.
Alvin Capp
Man to be extradited to Israel to be tried for war crimes
NEW YORK (JTAI John
Demjanjuk, a retired automobile
worker accused of complicity in
the murder of hundreds of
Jewish inmates while a guard at
the Treblinka concentration
camp in Poland during the
Holocaust, was ordered ex-
tradited to Israel to stand trial
for war crimes.
U.S. District Court Judge
Frank Battisti, sitting in
Cleveland. Ohio, placed Dem-
janjuk into custody and revoked
his bond. The extradition was
requested by Israel. It was
stayed until May 1 to allow
Demjanjuk. a Ukrainian, to
appeal. A final extradition
decision must be made by
Secretary of State George
Shultz.
Israel has sought the ex-
tradition from the United States
of war criminals living in the
United States under the terms of
a U.S.-Israel extradition treaty
signed in 1963. Under Israeli
law, Demjanjuk could be
executed if convicted of war
crimes.
Demjanjuk, 65, of Seven Hills,
Ohio, maintains that he was not
a prison guard at Treblinka and
that he was captured by the
Germans and held a prisoner of
war. He denied aiding the Nazis.
The Justice Department's
Office of Special Investigations
said Demjanjuk allegedly ran the
gas chambers at Treblinka in
1942 and 1943 where some
900.000 Jews were killed. His
sadistic behavior earned him the
name "Ivan the Terrible" by
prison inmates.
Demjanjuk came to the U.S.
in 1952 and lost his U.S.
citizenship in 1981 when it was
determined that Demjanjuk lied
on his immigration papers to
conceal his war activities. Last
year he was ordered deported by
the U.S. Immigration Court and
the Justice Department moved
to send him to the Soviet Union,
a decision which is under appeal.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center
issued s statement saying
Battisti s decision "represents a
significant step in the long
process of making a man who
operated the gas chambers at
Treblinka finally stand
before the bar of justice."
Israel has been seeking the
extradition of Demjanjuk since
1983. Should he stand trial in
Israel, it would be the first such
trial there of a former Nazi since
Adolf Eichmann was tried and
executed in 1961 for his war
crimes.
OFFICERS:
1985-86 BOARD OF DIRECTORS"
PROPOSED SLATE
President
First Vice President
Vice Presidents:
Alvin (
David I
JoeL__
Lydiil
Allen
-. Jeff!
Treasurer n_ i
Assistant Treasurer r eJJ* '
Secretary M i
Assent Secretary FtaSSL
ONE YEAR REMAINING OF A TWO YEAR TERM
Arthur Birken u^.u
Dr. Wayne Bizer TvM
Sol Brenner hsmSRS
Elaine Conn HfldrethUnJ
Louise Feller H
SSP^T AbramSUvl
Larry Freihch Helene,
NOMINATED FOR A TWO-YEAR TERM:
Alvera Ackerberg-Gold RocheUe Krakow 1
Paul Bloomgarden Dr. Philip MJ|
Elizabeth Breier Dr. Harold Rabinovitt
Daniel Cantor Dr. Sheldon Roil
Dr. Diana Coran Martin Sadka
Dr. Leon Fellman jerj Schnesal
Maria Frankel TedSobo
Dorothy Harwood Nancy Wei
Kuth Horowitz
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Master of Arts
Jewish Studies
Fix A Time For The Study Of Torah" .
Shammai (Ethics Of The Fathers Ml
SUMMER SESSION I (May 14-June 21)
BIBLICAL LITERATURE (RJS 602) will focus on the
methods for understanding the biblical text developed by
mJZZZZi criticism In order to give the student a better
appreciation o the beauty and meaning of the Bible
Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00-9:30 in
Andreas 106. Instructor Dr. Jeremiah Unterman.
< u HKEBRfU" LITERATURE (RJS 613). Selected portions
of Hebrew literature, such as the Bible, Mishnah, Medieval
Hebrew poetry, and modern Israeli fiction will be
examined. Prerequisite one year of college Hebrew (or
equivalent). Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 600-
9:30 in Andreas 106. Instructor Dr. Rachel Abramowitz
SUMMER SESSION II (June 24-August!
MEDIEVAL JEWISH HISTORY (RJS 621), From.
period of the Talmud until the emancipation in the it-
century. Topics will include the Golden Age of Spams
Jewry and the historical development of Jewish mysticis
(The Kabbalah). Tuesday and Thursday evenings won
6:00-9:30 in Andreas 106. Instructor Dr. Yehuda Shamir.
JEWISH PHILOSOP/HY (RJS 633) Will analyse I
thought of such ancient and medieval Je*"
philosophers as Phllo, Saadia Gaon, Maimonides,
Judah Halevi. Monday and Wednesday evenings m*,
6:00-9:30 in Andreas 108. Instructor Dr. Yehuda Shamir.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale / Friday, May 3,1986
Community Calendar
Compiled by Lori Ginsberg.
Federation 748-8400.
FRIDAY MAY S
Kol Ami: 8:15 p.m.
honoring birthdays in
Temple
Services
May.
SATURDAY MAY 4
Temple Kol Ami: 8:30 p.m.
Supper raffle. Dinner and
dancing. 472-1988.
SUNDAY MAY 5
B'nai Zion Harry Matinsky
Simcha Chapter: 7:30 p.m. Gala
Israel Independence Day
celebration. Luigi's Danceworld.
4850 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
Donation $3.50. 741 1136.
B'nai B'rith-Sanda Point Lodge:
10 a.m. Meeting. Discussion:
Medicare and Social Security.
Tamarac Jewish Center, 9101
NW 57 St.. Tamarac. 721-2722.
Nob Hill Elementary School
PTO: Annual Nob Hill Revue.
Sunrise Music Theater. 741-2330.
Temple Kol Ami-BZ'a: 2 p.m.
Meeting. At Temple.
ORT Tamarac Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Italian-American Club,
7310 W. McNab Rd. 721-4352.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach-Siaterhood: Noon,
meeting Featuring Ethel Light
and Sylvia Brown. Also Alice
Fruchtenberg. At Temple.
Pioneer Women Naamat-Simcha
Club: 11:30 a.m. Meeting and
mini-lunch. Sunrise Savings,
9001 W. Oakland Pk. Blvd. 742-
7359.
City of Hope-Lakea Chapter:
Meeting. City Hall.
Organizations
The Department of
Rehabilitation of Israel Ministry
of Defense and the Israel
Rehabilitation Society have
organized an International
Symposium on grief and
bereavement. The symposium
will be held in Jerusalem from
Nov. 10-14.
For additional information
contact the Consulate General of
Israel. 330 Biscayne Blvd..
Miami or call 358-8.1 l'l.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NWC
Fort Lauderdale-Pompano
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee-Fort
Lauderdale-Pompano Chapter is
accepting donations of used
books, records, magazines, etc.,
all during the summer for their
fall sale. For pickup call 974-
2044,971-0125.
MONDAY
MAY
HEALTHY HINTS
NCJW-Gold Coaet Section:
12:30 p.m. Installation of of-
ficers. Broward County Com-
missioner Nicki Grossman will
install new board. Boca Pointe
Country Club. 7144 Boca Pointe
Dr. Donation $13.50. 974-1442.
Pioneer Women Naamat
Hatikvah Chapter: 11 a.m.
Meeting. Doug Kinser of Star of
David will speak. Mini-lunch.
Sunrise Lakes I Playhouse.
TUESDAY MAY 7
Knights of Pythias Margate
Lodge: 7:30 p.m. Meeting.
Catharine Young Margate
Library. 974-3854.
WLI Margate Chapter: 10:30
a.m. Installation of officers.
Brunch. Teen Center, David
Park, Margate.
Hadaaaah-Scopua Chapter: May
7-9. Trip to Tampa. 426-3217 or
428-1421.
WLI Tamarac Chapter: Trip to
Royal Palm Dinner Theater to
see "The Boy Friend." 722-6762
or 722-0853.
WEDNESDAY MAY 8
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Negev
Chapter: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach.
THURSDAY MAY 9
Pioneer Women Na'amat-Negev
Chapter: 12:30 p.m. Meeting.
Temple Beth Israel. Deerfield
Beach.
THURSDAY MAY 9
JCC annual membership
meeting: 792-6700.
The latest thing in tea making
is solar tea ... just another
A Diversified
Jewish Quiz
By RABBI
DAVID W. GORDON
1- What does the Talmud
recommend as a cure for a
headache?
2- Why was Baruch Spinoza
excommunicated by the Rab-
binate in Amsterdam?
3- What epithet has been
bestowed by many Jewish poets
upon the Sabbath?
4- By what name was Solomon
Ibn Gabirol known among the
Christian Philosophers of the
Middle Ages?
5- Who wrote the first
biography of Moses?
6- Why does the Book of
Kxodus (Shemot) begin with the
word "And"?
7- What took King Solomon
longer to build, the Temple or
his Palace?
8- What was Theodor Herd's
profession before he devoted
himself to Zionism?
9- What are "Sheva
Berachot"?
10- What Biblical Queen was
executed?
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JCC WECARE distributes Passover packages
k
IREP (LEFT TO RIGHT) ARE Ruth Burg, Bermuda Ladies
iesident. Murray Schwartzman, Men's Club President, Rhonda
" WECARE Director, and Julius Gersten, Chairman of
^Affairs The Club collected and donated $1200 for JCCs
RE Holiday Basket Program which packed and sent Passover
[needy families.
PICTURED IN THE JCC KITCHEN are (left to
right/ Dorothy Weinstein, Betty Bachman,
Lillian Hodin, Adelaide Weidberg, Lillian Glanz,
Elaine Lampert, National Council of Jewish
Women Chairperson and Rhonda Putterman who
chairs the WECARE Program They all helped
pack and fill WECARE, Holiday Baskets with 15
different Passover food items for distribution to
needy families. The NCJW Section also donated
funds, and helped make the program this year the
most successful one to date for Fort Lauderdale's
Jewish Community Center.
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Spring into Summer: the Omer
Every Jewish holiday is
celebrated for several reasons:
every Jewish holiday has several
stories about its beginning. But
of all the special days in the
calendar the days of the Omer,
and the holiday that comes near
the middle of those days Lag
ba-Omer has the oddest
combination of reasons and
backgrounds and stories.
Most holidays are either
joyous or sad; most holidays are
mainly history or mainly nature;
the Omer days are both very sad
and very joyous, bound to
nature and bound to history.
The Bible says that on the
second day of Pesah, we begin
counting the days of the Omer.
On the 50th day of the counting,
the festival of Shavuot begins.
So. in a way, the holidays of
Pesah and Shavuot are tied
together by the days of the
counting of the Omer. the
Sefirah days. (Sefirah means
"counting" in Hebrew.)
There's a reason for tying
together two of the most im-
portant holidays in the Jewish
calendar Pesah and Shavuot
through the Omer days. First,
this tying together gives the
season a rhythm happy, sad.
happy, sad, happy. But more
important, this arrangement
gives special importance to the
meanings of the two big
holidays.
Pesah is the holiday of
freedom. Shavuot is the holiday
of the giving of the Torah. The
days of the Omer are not really
holidays at all except for Lag
ba-Omer. which is a kind of
holiday. It's as if we were being
told that you can't have feasts
and celebrations every day: that
life isn't all one big party.
Freedom isn't enough by
itself. Freedom doesn't mean we
have the right to do anything we
wish. In freedom we can do
foolish things, bad things, as
well as good things. Tying Pesah
to Shavuot through the days of
the Omer teaches us that the
value of freedom depends on
what we do with freedom, that
freedom must be linked with law
God's law which means
linked with good.
According to Jewish customs
there were to be no weddings or
happy celebrations during the
days of counting the Omer, the
Sefirah days. But an exception is
made for Lag ba-Omer. the 33rd
day. That is a happy day, a
holiday. On that day a plague
once ceased and many students
of Rabbi Akiva were spared from
death by plague. And on that
day. during the rebellion of Bar
Kokhba. Jewish children went
into woods to visit the scholar
Simeon ben Yohai and his son
who were hiding from the
Romans.
And because Lag ba-Omer is
connected with the histories of
two great scholars, Rabbi Akiva
and Rabbi Simeon ben Yohai. it
became a spring holiday for
Jewish schools in Eastern
Europe. It has lately taken on a
new meaning: Lag ba-Omer is
also Yom ha-Moreh. the Day of
the Teacher, when many
American Jewish communities
honor their teachers.
Lag ba-Omer is not widely
celebrated because it is not a
major holiday. Even the rules
about sadness during the days of
Omer are not widely followed
because Conservative Jews have
modified them and Reform Jews
have given them up altogether.
Still the days of the counting
of the Omer say many things to
.anyone who cares about the
rJewish calendar.
They mark the natural
disasters and the man-made
disasters that befell the Jewish
people
They mark the worrisome
days when people waited
through the early spring to find
out whether they .would have
enough to eat that year. ,
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I
They mark the sad story of
the last great revolt of the Jews
against the Romans.
They mark the dedication of
our great scholars who insisted
on teaching the Torah even at
the risk of death.
But the days of Omer include
happy days, too.
Lag ba-Omer marks the
saving of the students from the
plague.
It recalls the children going to
the woods to visit Rabbi Simeon,
carrying bows and arrows to fool
the Romans.
It is today Scholars' Day and
Teachers' Day.
And since 1948 the days of
Omer include Israel Indepen-
dence Day. the 5th of Iyar, and
this day also is celebrated as a
holiday.
It is an old, old custom to
count the 50 days and many
people do not even know about
it. But it is another way that the
Jewish people found to take each
springtime and use it as a time
for remembering who they are
and what they are trying to do
among men.

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CHAIRMAN ISAAC SCHLOMKOWITZ. Sam and Ruth Desperak
and Ludwig Brodzki look on as the Desperaks receive the New Life
Award at a New Life Israel Bonds Luncheon, held February 3.
B'nai B'not Mitzvah
TEMPLE BETH AM
Jodi Star, daughter of Rhoda
and Marvin Star, will celebrate
her Bat Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning May 4 service at
Temple Beth Am. Margate.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
The B'nai Mitzvah of Rom
Waldmao, son of Ronnie and
Hank Waldman. and Keith
EdeUtein, son of Rosalind and
Dr. Stephen Edlestein, will be
celebrated at the Saturday
morning May 4 service at
Temple Beth Orr, Cora Springs.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
Michael Hammer, son of
Barbara and Oscar Hammer, and
Andrew Nor kin, son of Paula
and Gary Norkin, will celebrate
their B'nai Mitzvah at the
Saturday morning May 4 service
at Temple Kol Ami, Plantation.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
David Mitchell Kronen, son of
Anne and Howard Kronen, will
be called to the Torah in honor of
his Bar Mitzvah at the Saturday
morning May 4 service at
Temple Emanu-El, Fort
Lauderdale.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
The Bat Mitzvah of Lisa
Zebrick, daughter of Dale and
Robert Zebrick. will be
celebrated at the Friday night
May 3 service at Temple Beth
Torah. Tamarac.
The B'nai Mitzvah of Alan
Brown, ton of Ellen and
Laurence Brown, and Craig
DeMayo, son of Barbara and
Sam DeMayo. will take place at
the Saturday morning May 4
service at Beth Torah.
Candlelighting Times
May 3-7:35 p.m.
May 10 7:39 p.m.
May 17-7:42 p.m.
May 24 7:46 p.m.
May 31 -7:60 p.m.
NORTH BROWARD COUNCIL OF B'NAI BRITH,,
bership of 25 lodges, cooperated with the Fort Laud
Community Center's WECARE Passover Holiday
by collecting $3000 and donating these funds ud
distribution to needy families. Pictured are Rhonda I
WECARE Director, Harold Vigdor, Vice President ofthl
Community Volunteer Service Chairman, who is
check and Reuben Strashinsky, North Broward C
The group also plans to participate in WECARE futun]
and Hanukah programs.
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Documenting the plight off Soviet Jewry
fltt Roots and Con-
L Edited by Theodore
L, Freedom Library
li the Anti-Defamation
Tf&Brith. 1984. 664
fiSi (cloth): $16.95
Li of Hope. Martin
[Elizabeth Sifton Books-
|4guin. 1985. 236 pagea.
n Government and the
J.J967. A Documented
. Benjamin pinkus-
|ge University Press. 612
8.50.
a by Mark Friedman
three books represent
gnt, yet very different,
Ltions to the large body
ture on Soviet Jewry.
, foreword to Anti-
in the Soviet Union,
_ Bialkin. president of
tl and chairman of the
Lts' Conference, writes
Bimply put. there is no
Ut a fair-minded person
Eid drawing anything but
bst ominous conclusions
ding these essays." Mr.
seems to be describing
j purpose and the effect
| first book to bear the
1 of the Freedom Library
ftheADL.
I curious that no mention
_ anywhere in the book
uch of its content was
in 1983 in Jerusalem
same title by the
University and its
for Research and
lent at ion of East
Jewry. The book is
effective. It offers
t-rate essays by Soviet
emigres, Western Jewish
V and other prominent
ils. including a founder
i Communist Party.
ays examine the political
nitism of the Soviet
ent, the anti-Semitism
pie, and even the anti-
the dissidents, as
in the underground
t publications
i in the book.
fulness of the book ia
its index, which ia
to names and titles.
when this reviewer
lor an entry on
ens and their alleged
ana to the Jews, a theme
notorious anti-Semitic
woco/j of the Elders of
j'riday, May 3,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 11
Call to West German government to
outlaw denial off Holocaust
MARTIN GILBERT
TW
THE PLIGHT
OF SOVIET JEWRY TODtV
Zion, there was no listing at all,
although the subject was raised
in several places in the book.
Martin Gilbert, the noted
British historian and car-
tographer, and the biographer of
Winston Churchill, has written a
short, very readable account of
his trip to the Soviet Union in
1983. The Jews of Hope comes a
generation after Eli Wiesel's The
Jews of Silence and indeed
describes a new generation of
Soviet Jews that of the
refuseniks those Jews who
have been refused the right to
emigrate, but who have not lost
hope.
This is a work of advocacy,
relating the stories of the
refuseniks such as Vladimir
Slepak, Yoaif Begun, Ilya Essas,
Anatoly Scharansky, and others
in a personal, moving style.
Gilbert stresses repeatedly that
the refuseniks are not anti-
Soviet, although their requests
to leave the Soviet Union
represent a most serious
challenge to the communist
system. While Gilbert tells his
story well, it ia an oft-told tale,
and one that has been told well
in the first person by Mark
Azbel in his Refusenik (Boston,
1981).
Benjamin Pinkus has
produced an important work of
scholarship in his The Soviet
Libraries offffer tree programs
S? rancl>. 8W1
1B'vd., Plantation.
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headache
of
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PF>osed to
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of
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2** together by
Bf "nee Exodus
"* Prophecies in
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ftarT P* Tnple
**nd the palace
'^ywright.
will be presented at 2 p.m.
Tuesday May 7.
Children agea three to six are
invited to enter their favorite
baby dolls in a contest at 11 a.m.
Tuesday May 7 and 4 p.m. and 7
p.m. Thursday May 9. For
details call 474-6880.
At Margate Catharine Young
Branch. 5810 Park Dr.. Margate.
A lecture on skin cancer will
be presented by Dr. Michael
Engleman and Dr. Eugene
Strasser at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
May 8. Pre-registration ia
required. Call 974-0400.
A six-part course on world
affairs, with Ethne Cheaterman,
will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday
May 8. The course ia 16. Call
972-1188.
At LaadarhiU Branch. 2000 City
Hall Dr., Lauderhill
A coupon swap meet and
diacuaaion wOl be held at 11 am
Thursday May 9.
At Beat Regional Branch. 1300
E. Sunriae Blvd.. Fort
Lauderdale.
Facto you Should Know
Before Retiring: Your Lump
Sum Diatribution." a lecture by
broker Ted Abers, of Paine
Webber, wOl be presented at
7:30 p.m. Wedneeday May 8.
Abers will explain how to plan
for the future after receiving a
himp-aum retirement check. Pre-
regiatration ia required. Call
Paine Webber at 668-7601
Government and the Jews 1948-
1967. This book is the
culmination of ten years work by
Professor Pinkus, who for
several years headed the Centre
for Documentation and Research
of East European Jewry in
Jerusalem. He compiled and
edited the seven-volume Russian
language collection of documents
Jews and the Jewish People
1948-1953.
It is not surprising that
Pinkus should prepare "A
documented study," replete with
172 documents, which support
and elaborate his text, and are of
great value in themselves. It is
also not surprising that the
study seeks roots before 1948
and implications for after 1967.
However, the price of the book,
$59.50, is more than surprising,
it is shocking.
The Soviet Government and
the Jews is the product of im-
mense labor by a good scholar
and will be cited for many years
to come. The Jews of Hope and
Anti-Semitism in the Soviet
Union, on the other hand, will be
more useful books for informing
and motivating the public on the
plight of Soviet Jewry.
Mark Friedman is Director of
Cultural Affairs of the World
Jewish Congress, New York.
BRUSSELS (WJCI
A call to the West German
government to outlaw denial of
the Holocaust was made by a
senior World Jewish Congress
official in testimony before a
European Parliament committee
of inquiry into the rise of fascism
and racism in Europe.
Michael May, Assistant
Director of the Institute of
Jewish Affairs, the London-
based WJC research arm,
testified following heated debate
between German Socialist and
Christian-Democrat members of
the committee over the German
coalition government's attitude
to a special bill, currently before
the Bundestag, which would
prohibit malicious publications
and pronouncements denying the
Holocaust.
Mr. May was one of nine
European Experts, including Mr.
Martin Savitt, Chairman of the
Anti-Semitism Commission of
the WJC European Branch,
invited to submit evidence before
the Parliamentary committee on
the extent and strength of
racism, anti-Semitism and
fascist-type ideologies and
movements in Europe. At its
hearings, the committee has
heard concern expressed over the
rise in racialism in Britain and
France, and fascism in Italy.
The committee's rapporteur,
Greek MP Demetrius Evrigenis,
is to submit his report to the
European Parliament by the end
of June. Mr. Evrigenis will
shortly visit the Institute of
Jewish Affairs in London to
collect material for his report.
Concurrent with the
Parliamentary hearings, a top-
level WJC delegation met with
the French Commissioner of the
European Community, Claude
Cheysson, who assured them
that he would deal personally
with any complaints of
discriminatory trade practices
against Israel or Jewish firms by
the seven Arab countries which
had signed a special agreement
with the EEC.
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