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{5 OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Volume 17 Number 11
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, April 22, 1988
**
Price .'{;"> Cents
The Russians Are Coming to North Broward at the Federation's..
Coral Springs New Center Opening April 24
Featuring...
High-wire Artist
The entire community is
invited to take part in all the
festivities at the grand
opening of the Jewish
Federation Coral Springs
Activity Center on Sunday,
April 24 at 1 p.m.
The new Activity Center
is located in Trafalgar
Square, 1855 N. University
Drive in Coral Springs.
As a special part of the
frand opening festivities,
oviet High-Wire artists
Nikolai Nikolski and Ber-
talina Kozokova will per-
form their circus act that
has delighted audiences the
world over. The Soviet high-
wire duo defected from
Russia and are currently liv-
ing in Miami.
County Commissioners,
Mayors, area Rabbis as well
as members of the Federa-
tion leadership will be par-
ticipating in dedication
ceremonies which will begin
at 1:30 p.m.
Registration will also take
place for afterschool enrich-
ment classes given by the
Jewish Community Center
for children kindergarten
age through the fifth grade.
Classes offered will include
karate, music, art, dance,
and Judaic studies. These
classes are scheduled to
begin the week of May 2.
Phil Cofman, executive
director of the Soref Jewish
Community Center, is very
pleased to have worked with
the Jewish Federation to
get this center as a place
where the JCC can offer the
Coral Springs community
an extensive array of
programming.
Cofman stated, "Tremen-
dous numbers of Jews in the
Coral Springs community
have requested new services
and programs, and so we
are excited to now be in a
position to provide those
programs, and we hope that
classes and services will
continue to grow and ex-
pand as this community
grows."
Stuart Tatz, Activity
Center grand opening co-
chairman, related, "The
JCC programming in this
center helps alleviate the
problem of 'Latch Key'
children in the Coral Spr-
ings area who wind up stay-
ing in their homes after
school."
David Surowitz, JCC Cor-
al Springs program coor-
dinator, added, This is just
the beginning of a wide
variety of extensive courses
and programs that are being
developed in Coral Springs,
and in the coming months,
we will be expanding our of-
ferings to cover adults as
At the Festive
Trafalgar Site
well as the kids."
Working on the grand
opening program committee
are: Dr. Jay Berman, Anita
and Don Fischer, Mark and
Liza Gendal, Judy Henry,
Continued on Page 2
Oshry Leads JF Meeting Slate May 19
AACHEN, West Germany
The Jewish community
was stunned by the arrest
here of an Israeli citizen and
Hebrew teacher, Shimon
Or, on charges of spying for
the KGB, the Soviet secret
service. Or was one of four
immigrants among six West
Germans taken into custody
for allegedly passing
classified information to the
KGB about a Eurojet
fighter-plane project.
ROME A Jewish
bookseller and member of
the Italy-Israel Association
said the Turin bookstore he
runs has become the target
of an anti-Semitic campaign
in recent weeks. Angelo
Pezzana, an ecology activist
said he believes the cam-
paign is the work of ultra-
leftists, possibly belonging
to the pro-Palestinian Pro-
letarian Democracy Party.
INSIDE
President's
Remarks
... Page 3
Jewish Agency
... Pe 8
Community officials,
agency leaders, area
synagogue dignitaries, and
members of the Federation
are invited to attend the
1988 Annual Meeting and
Installation of Officers and
Board of Directors of the
Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale on
Thursday, May 19, at 7 p.m.
in the gymnasium of the
Soref Jewish Community
Center in Plantation. Fort
Lauderdale's Richard
Finkelstein and Plantation's
Lois Polish are meeting co-
chairmen.
At this meeting, the
1988-89 Federation officers
and Board of Directors will
be elected and installed.
Chairman of the
Nominating Committee is
Harold L. Oshry
Fort Lauderdale's Brian J.
Sherr.
Nominees for this year's
Federation Board include
current General Campaign
chairman Harold Oshry for
Federation president, and
Community Relations Com-
mittee chairperson Barbara
K. Wiener for 1989 General
Campaign chairperson.
Other nominees include,
for vice presidents Daniel
Cantor, Alvera Gold, Alan
Levy, Irving Libowsky,
David Sommer, and Barton
Weisman; for secretary, Sol
Schulman; for assistant
secretary, Alan Becker; for
treasurer, Gladys Daren;
and for assistant treasurer,
Walter Bernstein.
One of North America's
leading philanthropists,
Oshry has been instrumen-
tal in accomplishing the
largest fund-raising cam-
paign in Federation history.
In addition, he is renowned on
the national scene, serving as
Special Gifts chairman, for the
UJA Region 5 areas serving
the State of Florida.
In addition a multitude of
special awards will be given
to outstanding leaders of
the Jewish Federation, in-
cluding the coveted Presi-
dent's Award. Recognition
will also be given to Major
Gifts leaders, Young
Leadership Division
members, Women's Divi-
sion leaders, Foundation
members, and outgoing
Federation Board members.
Sheldon Polish, current
Federation president, is
scheduled to give the "State
of the Federation address"
to those in attendance, and
Federation executive direc-
tor Kenneth Bierman will
present the director's
report.
Continued on Page 2
In the Spotlight The Making of Mideast Ugliness...
Suggest Viable Solutions Not Suicide for Israel
Editor's Note: The follow-
ing appears in the March 8
issue of the New York Times.
ON MY BOND By A.M.
Roaenthal
It happens to everybody
from time to time. We
believe certain things
about a matter of impor-
tant controversy and we
say them. But when we
hear the same points made
by others, we become
queasy and know
something is wrong or
missing.
Many ot us have been
saying the same things
about Israel: Israel cannot
go on forever being an oc-
cupying power. Jews must
not break bones. Israeli
use of force against young
Palestinians is costing her
support around the world.
Israel must enter negotia-
tions on Gaaa and the
West Bank.
Right, right. But
sometimes when I hear or
read these points, which I
have made myself, made
over and over by others, I
find myself deeply uneasy.
It is not because there is
no validity in them, but
because so often they are
presented empty of the
historic realities that
brought about the crisis
and must be understood to
finds way oat.
Tins is an attempt to set
down the political, military
and historic truths that
raise fears about the road
that many American in-
tellectuals, journalists and
senators are demanding
Israel take.
Causes: The critics' im-
plication is that the cause
of the current crisis is
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir's opposition to an
international conference
and his refusal to agree in
advance to cede West
Bank territory.
Coatiaaed on Page 7


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, April 22, 1988
JF Annual Meeting
Rabbis will give the in-
vocative and benediction on
this occasion.
For more information on
the annual meeting, contact
the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale at
748-8400.
Continued from Page 1
As a special treat,
members of the David
Posnack Hebrew Day
School choir will lead the
participants in the Hatikvah
and other songs. Two of
Greater Fort Lauderdale's
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale, pursuant to
its By-Laws, is presenting the following slate of officers and
directors, as certified by the Nominating Committee; for election
at the Annual Meeting Thursday, May 19, at 7 p.m., Gymnasium,
JCC Campus, 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation. All contributors
to Federation's 1988 United Jewish Appeal campaign are
welcome. Co-chairmen for the Annual Meeting are Richard
Finkelstein and Lois Polish.
1988-89
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS:
President: HAROLD OSHRY
Executive Vice President: BARBARA WIENER
Vice President: DANIEL CANTOR
Vice President: ALVERA GOLD
Vice President: ALAN LEVY
Vice President: IRVING LIBOWSKY
Vice President: DAVID SOMMER
Vice President: BARTON WEISMAN
Secretary: SOL SCHULMAN
Assistant Secretary: ALAN BECKER
Treasurer: GLADYS DAREN
Assistant Treasurer: WALTER BERNSTEIN
Immediate Past President: SHELDON POLISH
BOARD MEMBERS:
ROBERT ADLER
PETER DEUTSCH
SIDNEY DORFMAN
JUDAH EVER
JACK FARBER
STEVEN FAYNE
RICHARD FINKELSTEIN
DONALD FISCHER
MORRIS FURMAN
MICHAEL GREENBERG
DEBORAH HAHN
DR. PHILLIP KANEV
WILLIAM KATZBERG
DR. KERRY KUHN
ALEXKUTZ
PAULLEHRER
HILDA LEIBO
ESTHER LERNER
AARON LEVEY
JO ANN LEVY
MARK LEVY
RICHARD LEVY
BEN MARCUS
GILBERT MERRILL
LEON MESSING
SIGMUND NATHAN
HYNATHANSON
JOSEPH NOVICK
CHARLOTTE PADEK
DR. JAMES PHILLIPS
LEE RAUCH
DR. MARC SCHWARTZ
BREN SIMON
MORRIS SMALL
ELLIOT SOKOLOW
MARVIN STEIN
MEYER STEINBERG
RABBI KURT STONE
JEFFREY STREITFELD
DANIEL TISHBERG
GERALD WILLIAM
WOLF WITTENBERG
LIFE MEMBERS
SEYMOUR GERSON ISRAEL RESNIKOFF
SEN. SAM GREENBERG SAMUEL SOREF
CHARLES LOCKE SIDNEY SPEWAK
SAMUEL K. MILLER JOHN STRENG
ANITA PERLMAN
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
PHILLIP COHEN ALFRED GOLDEN
ABRAHAM DAVID 'DR. ROBERT GRENITZ
MILTON EDELSTEIN BERNARD LIBROS
LEONARD FARBER SAUL PADEK
IRVING R. FRIEDMAN STUART REICH
RABBIS
HOWARD A. ADDISON
JEFFREY BALLON
AVROMDRAZIN
MARK GROSS
ISRAEL HALPERN
SHELDON J.HARR
RANDALL KONIGSBURG
JOSEPH M. LANGNER
AARON LIEBERMAN
LEWIS LITTMAN
PAULPLOTKIN
ELLIOT SKIDDELL
* new members
Publication of the Nominating Committee's slate in THE
JEWISH FLORIDIAN, which is mailed to the homes of 16,000
contributors to Federation's 1988 United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign 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 signatures of 25 members
of the Federation.
Coral Springs New Center Opening
Continued from Page 1
Neal and Shelley Kaiser, Dr.
Norman and Barbara Kline,
Ed Rosenbaum and Stuart
and Fran Tatz. Sheldon
Polish is president, Harold
Oshry, general chairman
and Kenneth Bierman ex-
ecutive director of the
Jewish Federation and
David Schulman is JCC
president.
In addition to programm-
ing offered by the Jewish
Community Center, the
Federation Coral Springs
Activity Center will be
utilized for programming by
Jewish Family Service, the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, Hillel, BBYO,
High School in Israel and
Elaercare and will also
serve as a meeting place for
area Jewish organizations.
With Rhyme
and Reason
Kiddush Hashem
I'm a member of the Tribe;
I'm not for me alone,
But part of one distinctive Group
That has made Israel known.
No other people in the world
Has organized like this:
If we would have Group
Consciousness,
We must not be remiss
For when a brother misbehaves,
One thought keeps coming
through:
That when a faulty Jew goes
wrong,
All Jews are brought down too.
He is responsible to have
Group feelings that won't droop
So every noble act he does
Will help promote the
Group ...
We must be ever mindful that
No individual men
Can change the fate of Israel, but
Rather, KIDDUSH HASHEM.
-Jack Gould
Committee in action .. from left, standing; Don Fischer,
Shelley Kaiser, Barbara Kline, Stuart and Fran Tatz,
Judy Henry and seated, Anita Fischer, Dr. Norman Kline,
Dave Surowitz and Karen Tunick.
Donald Fischer, Federa-
tion/UJA Coral Springs
Division chairman, said, "I
am very pleased that we are
filling this need for Jewish
programming in the Coral
Springs area, and this Ac-
tivity Center can only serve
to strengthen our Jewish
community for years to
come."
So, for an afternoon filled
with delicious foods, free
entertainment, and a com-
munity celebration of the
Jewish Federation's com-
mitment to the future of the
residents of Northwest
Broward, come on out to the
new Jewish Federation Cor-
al Springs Activity Center
and join in all the grand
opening festivities on April
24, from 1-3 p.m.
Comedian David Glickman
to Appear at Young Business
and Professional Celebration
The Young Business and Pro-
fessional group of the Jewish
Federation will feature stand-up
comedian David Glickman at its
next culturalprogram, which will
be held on Tuesday, May 17 at
Maxine's Restaurant and Lounge,
8800 West Sunrise Blvd., Planta-
tion, at 7:30 p.m.
Admission to this event is $10
for advance registration (by May
12) or $12 at the door. There will
be a dessert extravaganza with a
large variety of sweets to choose
from. A cash bar will also be
available. There will be no solicita-
tion at this event.
Guest entertainer David
Glickman has appeared in clubs
nationwide, including The Com-
edy Store in Los Angeles, the
Comedy Celler in New York, and
the Comic Strip in Fort Lauder-
dale. He is also owner and
operator of Miami's Coconuts
Comedy Club.
Shana Safer, chairperson of the
Young Business and Professionals
group, related, "Because this is
our last cultural event for the
season, we have planned a very
special evening. The program will
start later than usual to allow
more members to attend. David
Glickman, our guest performer, is
an excellent comedian."
The Young Business and Pro-
fessional Group of the Jewish
Federation welcomes singles and
married young people from post-
college age to the mid-thirties to
all events.
For more information on the
group, contact Joyce Klein at the
Federation, 748-8400.
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From the Office of the White House...
Friday, April 22, 1988/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 3
Remarks by President at Briefing for UJA Prime Ministers Club
FROM THE EDITOR ...
in March Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Shamir met with
Secretary of State George
Shultz. and the members of me
United Jewish Appeal Prime
Minister'8 Council met with
President Ronald Reagan at
the White House and were told
unequivocally and emphatical-
ly that the U.S. stands by
Israel, "not as a broker or a
negotiator, but as a friend and
The unusual session with the
President was also attended by
Senator Robert W. Kasten, (R-
WIJ, Deputy Secretary of State
John C. Whitehead and White
House Chief of Staff Howard
Baker. The President spoke
with great clarity and detail
about U.S.-Israel relations and
other issues of major concern to
the Jewish community.
Following his remarks to
some 200 members of the Coun-
cil who had come to
Washington for the Council's
reunion meeting, National
Chairman Marty Stein
presented Mr. Reagan with a
silver, hand-craftea Havdalah
set especially created for the
UJA Prime Minister's
Council.
Then, Alex Grass, Chairman
of the Board of Trustees, Mor-
ton Kornreich, National
Chairman-Designate. Marvin
Lender, Major Gifts Chair-
man, Andrew Tisch, Chair-
man of the Prime Minister's
Council and UJA President
Stanley B. Horowitz invited
President Reagan to become an
honorary member of the
Council.
We are pleased to share the
President s remarks with you.
THE PRESIDENT: Thank
you all very much. I was think-
ing on the way over here what
a great idea this event is and
wondering why we don't get
together more often. You
know, it kind of reminds me of
the fella who asked his friend
what the problem really was:
ignorance or apathy. And the
friend responded: "I don't
know and I don't care."
Well, I doubt there's a per-
son in this room who can be ac-
cused of sufferingfrom either
of those defects. Each one of
you la alive to the issues of the
day, each one of you has mm
your family proud and your
country grateful for the active
role that you've taken in com-
munity and world events, and
especially for your loyalty to
the United States and Israel
and to the wonderful work of
the United Jewish Appeal.
I believe you also know
where I stand. As I look back
on these last seven years I
remember many emotional,
many poignant moments. But
few, believe me, will ever
match those times I have spent
with you, especially on those
occasions when we com-
memorated the victims of the
Holocaust and pledged to each
other and the world: Never
again.
Those of us in this room are
as one on this point: We know
what Israel is. We know what
Israel means. And as I will tell
the Prime Minister tomorrow:
When it comes to Israel, the
United States is not a
bargainer or a broker, the
United States is a friend and
an ally.
And that's why one of the
things I'm proudest of is the
steps we've been able to take
during this administration to
build a stronger foundation of
enduring friendship and
cooperation. For example,
strategic cooperation
something other administra-
tions shied away from is
now a commitment our two
governments have made to
each other. It responds to our
mutual needs, and is a
reminder to all that no wedge
will be driven between the
United States and Israel. Our
commitment to close relations
and to Israel's security, who
has been reflected in our
foreign aid levels, our commer-
cial cooperation of research
and defense, and the vital and
historic free trade agreement
that we have signed.
Our commitment to Israel's
security is also reflected in our
latest peace initiative. Making
progress toward peace in the
Middle East not only serves
mutual interests, it is urgent.
It's in America's and Israel's
interest to develop a credible
basis on which to make pro-
gress one that promises to
overcome stalemate and make
fenuine reconciliation possi-
le. That's why I'm delighted
that Prime Minister Shamir is
here.
And let me underscore one
point that I hope needs no
underscoring our policy has
as its basis and this is a first
principle in any negotiation
the assuring of Israel's
freedom and security. We will
not leave Israel to stand alone.
Nor will we acquiesce in any
effort to "gang up" on Israel.
Peace will not be imposed by
us or by anyone else. It will
and must come from the ge-
nuine give-and-take of negotia-
tions. That's what we are
working to set in motion now.
And while our work on
behalf of Israel is a vital part of
why we're there today, i would
be remiss if I didn't speak to
you about other efforts to
make U.S. foreign policy con-
sistent and strong. Only a few
years ago, some Americans
were beginning to question
what we stood for in the world.
Our nation has now regained
its confidence and sense of
purpose. We have returned to
8reclaiming enthusiastically
le democratic ideals that in-
spired our Founding Fathers
and the Founding Fathers of
Israel. And I think this
vigorous foreign policy is good,
of course, for Israel because
the United States is thought of
today as a strong nation and
reliable ally. T& has
and it has enhanced the sec
a with all our friends and
lies.
And what I hope you have
noticed during the past few
years is that we have moved
American foreign policy away
from the notion that mere con-
tainment is enough; that we
have willingly andopenly pro-
claimed to the world that our
goal is not just peace, but
freedom as well; that we seek
not separate spheres of in-
fluence or a simple balance of
power or a deadening
stalemate with totalitarianism
that we seek instead a day
when every person in every
land will share fully in the
blessings of freedom.
And that's the core of our
foreign policy protecting the
security of the United States
while advancing the cause of
world freedom and democratic
rights. It's in this context that
I think you can understand
why we ve moved forward
boldly on a broad range of
foreign policy issues like SDI,
the Persian Gulf, and aid to
those fighting against com-
munist tyranny.
That last subject is par-
ticularly appropriate. I want to
take a moment of your time to
talk about it and I hope you
will give some thought to this
after we part today. You
know, so frequently, I have
found that the measure of any
regime or government can be
taken by its official attitude
toward anti-Semitism. And, as
most of you know, few regimes
today so blatantly sanction and
practice official anti-Semitism
as the Sandinista communists
in Nicaragua. The Jewish com-
munity has been forced out
almost entirely; Managua's
one synagogue has been defac-
ed and firebombed, and
Nicaragua has officially align-
ed itself with Moammar
Oadhafi of Libya and of course
the PLO, an organization that
has again revealed its true col-
ors, opposing our efforts of
peace and trumpeting its
responsibility for a sickening
terrorist attack on a bus carry-
ing Israeli men, women, and
children. It's no accident that
Sandinista leaders were train-
ed in the seventies by the PLO;
and the PLO has established a
presence in Nicaragua.
So too, one of the hijackers
some years ago of an El-Al
airliner was a Sandinista. He
died in the attempt and is now
a national hero; they have
named a geothermaf plant
after him. And of course, the
Sandinistas have led the way
in sponsoring recent anti-
Israeli resolutions in the UN.
So I think it's time that some
in Congress who want to turn
away from the reality of left-
wing anti-Semitism face the
facts about the anti-Semitism
of the Sandinistas as well as
their ties to the PLO and other
terrorist groups. It is the
Nicaraguan freedom fighters
who are resisting this land of
moral corruption; it is the
freedom fighters who are
fighting for the political, civil,
and human rights of Jews and
Christians in Nicaragua. It is
tile freedom fighters who must
be sustained and supported in
this struggle.
You know, I just don't
understand the inability of
some people to realize what
the Sandinistas are all about.
Only the other day we saw
newspaper accounts of the
Castro connection in interna-
tional drug dealing. So too. the
evidence has been compelling
for a long time that the San-
dinistas have been involved in
such drug trafficking. In one of
my TV addresses on the sub-
ject of Contra aid, I showed a
picture of a drug smuggler's
aircraft landing in Nicaragua
at a military airfield and being
met by Nicaraguan officials
and soldiers. And the Commis-
sion on Organized Crime,
chaired by Judge Irving Kauf-
man, concluded that top-level
members of the Sandinista
leadership were involved in the
international drug trade.
Well, anyway, the point that
I'm making here is that all of
us have a stake in what hap-
pens in Nicaragua as we do in
the fate of Central America in
general.
You know, many people ear-
ly on said that we could not
save El Salvador; and our aid
package passed by only a few
votes. And now democracy is
Brospering in El Salvidor.
londuras, Costa Rica, and
Guatemala. Nicaragua is the
odd man out, and a menace to
the cause of regional
democracy. But the struggle in
Nicaragua goes on. and with
Congress' help, we 11 see to it
that democracy wins there too.
So I hope you can see how
these issues are interrelated,
and how our foreign policy is
not just strong for the sake of
being strong; that we seek to
do more thin just project na-
tional pride and firmness. Our
real motivation, our root
motivation is the cause of
human freedom. And this has
no small bearing on the mutual
concerns that Dring us here
today.
As all of you know, I expect
to be in Moscow one of these
days for a summit meeting
with Mr. Gorbachev. As it was
at the Washington summit and
the summits before that, the
issue of Soviet Jewry will, I
assure you, be high on our
agenda. The General
Secretary knows of my pro-
found concern on this point
and of your concern as well.
And I'll be making this very
plain again in Moscow.
So let me conclude then by
thanking you for all youve
done onbehalf on the issues of
Soviet Jewry and Israel's
security. The safety and
security of the United States
and the safety and security of
Israel are all part of a larger
cause, the cause of human
rights for every man, woman,
and child on this Earth. And
today, as we meet here, let's
rededicate ourselves to that
cause. Thank you very much.
A WARM WELCOME! Israel's Prime Minister
Yitzhak Shamir (left) is enthusiastically welcom-
ed to the United Jewish Appeal's Sixth National With the President (left to right) are:
Young Leadership Conference in Washington, Martin F. Stein, UJA National Chairman and
b,C, by Conference Ce-Chairmen Amy Goldberg MorttmA: Mt/rmrtiek, UJA National Chairman
Central Agency for Jewish Education
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JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER FOR! LAUOERDAlf
CAJE Students Leave for Poland, Budapest and Israel
The generosity of the Jewish community has
brought the "March of the Living" to fruition. Ten
Fort Lauderdale teenagers will join the South
Florida group, the largest in the U.S., and meet
with 1500 other teens from the U.S., Israel and
Europe in April to walk the "March of the Living.''
They will spend Yom HaShoa at Auchwitz and
walk to Berkenau singing Jewish songs. The path
from concentration camps Auchwitz to Berkenau
was the last for many European Jews and it
became known as the March of Death.
Many individuals and community organizations
contributed to the "March of the Living Fund" so
that our teenagers could attend this program. Our
teenagers will visit what was once the center of
Jewish life, explained Sharon Horowitz, Principal
of the Judaica High School, walk through the ex-
termination camps where this Kfe came to an end
and then continue on to Israel, to Life, to
rededicate themselves to Judaism and the Jewish
people. We are extremely grateful to many in the
community who are helping us educate a
knowledgeable, committed, sensitive generation of
Jewish leaders.
These include; Arthur B. Sincoff Philanthropic
Fund; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Becker; B'nai Brith-
Wynmoor Chapter; Mr. and Mrs. George
Firestone; Mrs. Mitai Forman; Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies, Fort Lauderdale; Ms. Rose
Freeman; Mrs. Frances Garfinkel; Mr. and Mrs.
Boruch Goldbert; Adolph Greenbaum; Holocaust
Survivors of South Florida; Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Kasdan; National Council of Jewish Women, Pem-
broke Pines; Ms. Regina Neugeboren; Ms. Estelle
Pearson; Ms. Anna Pozner; Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Rifkin; Shalom Dancers; Temple Beth Hillel of
Margate; Temple Beth Shalom, Boca Raton; Me.
Celia Wiener and Mr. and Mrs. George Wiener.
Donations are currently being accepted to enable
our students to attend this program. Inquiries may
be directed to Sharon S. Horowitz or Dr. Abraham
J. GitteUon at CAJE at 7+8-&4O0. Upon returning
to our community, students will be available to
speak about their experience. This may be arranged
through the CAJE office (71$-8tfO)-
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Focus, Viewpoints, Opinions, and Commentaries
11m vtewa eipreaaed by columniiU, reprinted editorial!, and copy do not neceaaarily
raflMt the opinion of the Jewiah Federation of Greater Fort Uuderdale
Never Again Never Again
This is written while the fear of resuming sleep envelopes me,
for the nightmare may return. In the dream, I was at the door
desperately trying to lock it but all the locks were broken and
people were just outside taunting, ready to attack. How I wished
the mezuzah was not on the doorpost beckoning to them. All the
while, I kept praying; finally I screamed out loud for my daughter,
thinking that my neighbors would hear and the intruders would
run away. That scream woke me. Upon realizing that it was not
happening, I became so grateful but at the same time harshly
aware that another holocaust was a possibility anywhere at any
time. What could I do about it NOW? "Never again" came the
answer over and over again in my mind.
Last summer was my second trip to Israel. If you have been
there, you know how beautiful it is. You know how the govern-
ment greatly assists immigrants. Perhaps you too have heard
those stories of the Yom Kippur War when entire troops had sur-
rendered to a single Israeli soldier because behind him, they saw,
"hundreds of Israeli soldiers dressed in white". To win this war
was impossible by mere human effort; yet Israel did win; sounds
rather Biblical doesn't it? Just a glance at the globe to see the
huge Arab Block dwarfing Israel and you know that if it were not
for Divine intervention, Eretz Israel could not exist for one single
day.
Why move to Israel? Why not stay here where life is so good?
The existence of the Church of Aryan Nations, the Neo-Nazi par-
ty, the growing influence of the Church in politics are all solid
reasons. Although these are valid incentives, there is but one
worth uprooting families and perhaps settling temporarily for a
lower standard of living in the state of Israel. The reason is that
for nearly 2,000 years the Jewish people had no place of refuge
When the persecutions hit prior to WWII (for the most part) the
Jew was left to the mercy of Hitler. Now, there is a place to go
and it has remained a Jewish state for 40 years.
So, why move there now? Statistics say that if the Arab and
Jewish populations in Israel continue their growth at the current
rate, by the year 2.000CE, the Arabs will outnumber the Jews
and consequently, there will no longer be a Jewish state in the
world. There will no longer be a refuge. Just as before, again no
place to turn when the inevitable persecution begins. Is this not a
frightening prospect to you? No matter what your feelings are,
this cannot be allowed to happen not again never again.
This issue goes beyond religious beliefs, beyond politics; the
issue is merely survival, safety. Are you so comfortable in the
Diaspora? Have you forgotten the "Golden Age of Judaism" just
prior to the Spanish Inquisition or the prosperity of the Jewish
people of Germany shortly before Hitler came to power? Rising
anti-Semitism in this country and others is evidence that history
is repeating itself again. The only difference is that this time the
Jew does have a place to go. Please don't make excuses; how
many have died because of indecision, procrastination and
apathy?
What About the Rest of You?
Building for the future
through the heartfelt generosi-
ty of the Jewish community
has become one of the most im-
portant items on the Federa-
tion/UJA agenda and accor-
ding to a recent study, the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale together with
the Jewish Federation of
South Broward, currently has
the tenth largest service area
of any Federation in the coun-
try, roughly some 200,000
people.
Combine this if you will, with
the 241,000 Jews in Dade
County, 145,000 in Palm
Beach County, and the Jewish
population now becomes home
to more than 500,000 and as
many as 600,000 men, women,
and children. Only the New
York metropolitan area has a
greater Jewish population.
This is remarkable for truly
we have become an area with a
high profile, a community of
people united in every aspect
of Jewishness in culture as
well as tradition. We are an
elderly retirement area, com-
plete with elderly married
couples, non-elderly married
couples, nuclear families and
singles. Our socio-economic
status is high, some 42 percent
of all adults are college
graduates, 50 percent
employed in a professional
capacity, and 20 percent own a
business.
And with this massive
number of people and more
coming (anticipated rate of 20
per day in North Broward
County), there is even a
greater need for funds to our
more than 50 Federation/UJA
major agencies and
beneficiaries. These important
service organizations
benefiting from our allocations
lend their expertise in specific
fields including health care,
Jewish education, care of the
aged, individual and
needs and others.
group
This year, we have reached a
milestone anniversary, our
twentieth, which is also an oc-
casion to look toward the
future. A future that must
assure that we are always in a
position to respond to new con-
cerns and emergencies.
In an era of those who ad-
vocate "doing one's own
thing," the Federation is an
amazing creation. The fact
that 28,000 individuals in
North Broward are willing to
provide us with voluntary
financial support is, in itself,
an impressive result. That so
many of those individuals are
also willing to invest
thousands of hours of their
time to make the Federation
more efficient and effective is
the reason why we are able to
achieve what we do.
Now we ask, "What About
the Rest of You?"
Leuchter Elected
President of HIAS
A Salute to The Great State of Israel
On Their 40th Anniversary
NEVER HAS SO MUCH BEEN DONE
IN SO LITTLE TIME
May Peace Be Theirs To Keep
WILLIAM "BILL" MARKHAM
PROPERTY APPRAISER BROWARD COUNTY
At the 108th annual meeting of
HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, held at the Federa-
tion/UJA building in New York
City, Ben Zion Leuchter wa
elected ae the agency** inh
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Kol Ishah Woman's Voice J1VK ^P
Fitness, Food, Fun... and Fund-rawing!
Women's Division Third Annual
Play-A-Day for UJA
Over 500 active sportswomen
participated in the third annual
Women's Division Play-A-Day for
UJA Golf and Tennis Tour-
naments in support of the 1988
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale/United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. Held at 3 area
1988
CAMPAIGN PLEDGES
TO DATE
(As of April 12, 1988)
$7,000,000
$6,410,000
$5,000,000
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,200,000
$1,000,000
Jewish
Federation
of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
United Jewish Appeal Campaign
General Chairman
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CAMPAIGN '88 Federation /United Jewish Appeal
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Inverrary Golf Tournament Pledges Heartfelt Gifts for '88
Over 175 members of the Inver-
rary community played an ex-
citing round of golf on behalf of
the 1988 Federation/UJA cam-
paign at the 7th annual Inverrary
Golf Classic held at the end of
March.
Lester Fields, a member of the
Federation/UJA Inverrary golf
committee, stated, "It was a
perfect day for playing golf, the
luncheon following the tourna-
ment was nice, and a good amount
of money was raised for this
year's campaign."
The event was a seniors-
partners invitational for men, and
was played in celebration of
Israel's 40th anniversary and the
20th anniversary of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale.
At the luncheon following the
conclusion of the tournament, In-
verrary Golf co-chairman Selig
Marko introduced guest speaker
Joel Telles, the Jewish Federa-
tion's administrative director. Mr.
Telles gave an interesting speech
on the current political situation
in Israel. He also spoke about the
current needs in Israel and at
home, and how Federation dollars
meet those demands.
Following Mr. Telles, golf
prizes, certificates, and balls were
awarded to the winners and par-
ticipants in this year's
tournament.
Inverrary Golf chairman Edwin
Kabat stated, "I would like to
thank everyone for their par-
ticipation in this tournament and
for your heartfelt generosity to
the 1988 Federation/UJA
campaign."
A special thanks goes to Bernie
Oolie and Ben Strassner who
helped sell a record number of
flags this year and to Lester
Fields for arranging the $10,000
hole-in-one prize and for all his
fund-raising efforts.
Members of this year's Inver-
rary Federation/UJA Golf com-
mittee included Tournament
chairman Sid Kleinman, Banquet
Condo Teams in Action for UJA...
The Bermuda Club of Tamarac recently held their ltth annual
rally on behalf of the Jewish Federation/UJA 1988 campaign.
Three distinguished community members were honored on this
occasion. From left, are Sam Seligman, honoree; Sam Kalman,
honoree; Bernard Simms, chairman; and Morris Teitler,
honoree.
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Selig Marko, Bernie Oolie, Nat
Resenstein, and Sol Stieber.
Margate/Tamarac Closing Events
BERTE RESNIKOFF right,
UJA director of Shalom
Dancers, an Israeli Folk Dance
Group, presents a UJA gift to
husband Israel Resnikoff, a
member of the Jewish
Federation board.
CELEBRATION
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It was standing room only at the annual Federation/UJA Palm
Lakes Breakfast, when Fred and Emanuel Bregman, right, were
honored, and the honorees, in turn, presented an Israeli flag to
thePalmLakes Committeefor Israel's 40th Anniversary. Making
the presentation were, Ben Kaplan, left, Margate Division
chairman, and Irving D. Goldman, chairman, Palm Lakes.
LIME BAY held its Federation/UJA breakfast at the Tamarac
Jewish Center recently. Pictured, from left, are Helen Kern;
Milton Kern, Tamarac chairman; Margo Greene, award
presenter, honorees Eugene and Rose Popkin; and Tamarac co-
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Congregation Beth HiUel of Margate held their annual
Federation/UJA breakfast at the Temple. Pictured, from left, are
Abe Plotkin, Templepresident; Sam and Millie Frisch, honorees;
and Rabbi Nathan Zolondek.
The Making of Mideast Ugliness
Continued from Page 1
This is not true. The cause is 40
years of Arab refusal to accept the
existence of Israel, 40 years of
furious hostility and military at-
tempts to destroy her.
You do not have to like Mr.
Shamir to realize that if the Arabs
had accepted Israel in the beginn-
ing or for 20 years thereafter, all
of the West Bank and Gaza and
other territory would today be
part of a Palestinian state.
If you believe that the very ex-
istence of Israel is anathema, you
are right to see her policies as the
root cause of the Mideast ugliness.
Otherwise not.
Occupation: Some critics also
act as if it were Israeli occupation
of the West Bank and Gaza in
1967 that led to so many years of
unrest and skirmishing there.
This too is a historic distortion.
It was the Arab countries that
seized Gaza and the West Bank,
which were to be part of the
Palestinian state under the 1947
U.N. partition plan, and occupied
them for 20 years not in peace
but with constant harassment and
attack against Israel.
Finally Israel struck back. Her
unhappy occupation of the West
Bank is a result, not the cause, of
aggression Arab aggression.
Negotiation: With whom and for
what? The U.S. proposes an inter-
national conference with the Big
Five participating. Since Britain
and France are cool to Israel and
the Soviet Union and China are
hostile, the chicken is being in-
vited to negotiate under the spon-
sorship of four foxes and a lame
dove. To think the major powers
would not pressure Israel for
Arab advantage is not only naive
but black comedy.
It is not the Big Five Israel must
live with, but the Palestinians,
and other Arabs. Which Arab
states have promised to negotiate
directly with Israel? None. Which
Arab leaders are criticizing
Palestinians sworn to the elimina-
tion of Israel? Where are the
"moderate" Palestinians who can
swerve the young men of Gaza
and the West Bank away from
seeking Israel's death?
Stakes: Israel is fighting for sur-
vival. The Arab states are fighting
out of anti-Israel hatred and fear
of the Palestinians. The young
Palestinians are fighting for a
new Palestinian state because
they hate the ruler of a present
state with a Palestinian majority:
Jordan. They plan to eliminate
King Hussein one day and
swallow Jordan as part of their
own single Palestine.
As things stand, any ceded
West Bank territory will become a
de facto state run by the P.L.O.
and other Palestinians sworn to
destroy Israel. Those young
Palestinians would not be hurling
stones from their territory but
rockets.
Solutions: Open pressure on
Israel to make concessions must
be accompanied by open pressure
on the Arabs. Palestinians must
accept totally and clearly the right
of Israel to live forever, secure
and in peace. The U.S. and the
Arab leaders can achieve this and
guarantee it, if we have the will
and they the courage.
Mr. Shamir may not promise in
advance to cede "territory for
peace." That is what direct talks
are for.
But the definition of peace can-
not mean Palestinians continuing
war to the death. And they too
must feel hard pressure to do
some ceding, specifically of their
demand for another Palestinian
state in a region where one
already exists, and to negotiate in
peaceful stages for the eventual
goal: a single Jordan-Palestine.
Americans have a right to
criticize Israel. They have a right
to suggest solutions but not the
suggestion of suicide.
Hat's Off to Our Palm-Aire Division Team...
Our deepest thanks to all the members of this
year's Palm-Aire Division campaign committee
and to their workers who mobilized and mounted
one of the largest and most successful campaigns
in Palm-Aire history. Their diligence and hard
work resulted in over 1200 gifts to the 1988
Federation/UJA campaign from Palm-Aire
residents and thus we were able to accomplish a
new record in Palm-Aire nearly $800,000.
The members of the campaign committee have
truly shown by their actions the meaning of the
word "dedication." They are a wonderful group of
men and women whose warmth and caring for
others put us over the top.
Thanks to you, Federation/UJA dollars can con-
tinue to be put to work helping Jews in Israel, in
our own community, and all over the world.
Fro. Jm Knabarg, Paha-AJn DMska ckainua aid
Irviac Libowiky, Pal-Aire Major Gifts chairman
WHAT'S
APRIL
April 24 Grand Opening of Jewish
Federation Coral Springs Activity
Center. 1 p.m. Trafalgar Square, Coral
Springs.
April 26 Foundation Executive Com-
mittee Meeting. Noon.
April 27 Coral Springs Leadership
Development Meeting. 7 p.m. Coral
Springs Office.
MAY
May 3 Women's Division East Side
Book Review. 2 p.m.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, April 22, 1988
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D'vash"
By
"...set out from here to
a land of milk and honey"
(Exodus 33:3)
DEBORAH FULLER HAHN
HAGGADAH UPDATE
Jews all over the world recently
celebrated Passover just as we did
in South Florida. Most of us have
read and reread the Haggadah
year after year. We share our
families traditions from genera-
tion to generation, while the
children and grandchildren listen
and learn. New traditions are
often incorporated into a service
with the addition of new family
members or a song introduced by
a guest at the table. How many of
us question the complete absence
of women from the story of the ex-
odus? Were the men (and their
sons) the only people liberated
from Egypt? Although in many
homes the youngest 'child' asks
the four questions, why are only
'sons' referred to in the text? The
Seder is a Jewish family celebra-
tion .. the story should include
all of us ... not just our fathers,
brothers, husbands, and sons.
We read, "The contrary son
asks: 'What is the meaning of this
service to you?' Saying you, he ex-
cludes himself, ... You may
therefore tell him plainly:
'Because of what the Eternal did
for me when I came forth from
Egypt'" The invisibility of
women in the Haggadah has not
stopped generations of women
from enjoying the service or from
participating in the Seder. It does
leave a gap in the history of the
Exodus, which after all, is the
reason for the story.
In 1980, a group of women
wrote the "San Diego Women's
Haggadah". It is a very in-
teresting document and much can
be learned from it. The telling of
the story of Moses includes a
legend recounted from the 'Agad-
dah by Angelo Rappoport (Myth
and Legend of Ancient Israel,
Vol. 2).' This story describes the
central role of Miriam and why
she is called a prophetess. It says,
"Miriam's name means 'bit-
terness', and she was so called
because of the bitterness of the
Hebrews' lives in slavery. Her
father, Amram, was considered
saintly, and was head of the
Hebrew council. When Pharaoh
decreed his intention to kill all the
male offspring of the Hebrews,
/ nram chose to cast his wife,
\ ocheved, aside, and many of his
followers divorced their wives.
After several years, Miriam pro-
phesied, 'Another son shall be
born to my parents; he shall free
Israel from bondage and deliver
them out of the hands of the
Egyptians.' She reproved her
father, telling him that his deci-
sion to live apart from his wife
was even more cruel than
Pharaoh's decree. 'Pharaoh has in
mind the destruction of the male
children, while your decision
would deprive the Hebrew nation
of all posterity .. female and
male. Pharaoh's decree is for now,
but yours is for all time. It is
unlikely that Pharaoh's decree
will succeed, because he is wicked
and unjust, but yours is likely to
be upheld because you are so pious
and good.' This made sense to
Amram, and he once more led
Yocheved under the wedding
canopy, while Miriam and her
brother Aaron danced around it.
Soon, the followers of Amram
remarried.
Shortly after, Yocheved gave
birth to a son. Great happiness fill-
ed the household, it was felt
Miriam's prophecy had materializ-
ed. The child was quiet, and was
successfully hidden for three mon-
ths in the Nile. 'And his sister
stood afar, to know what would be
done with him.' (Exodus 11:4)
As Miriam watched, Pharaoh's
daughter, Thermutis, plucked the
baby from, his hiding place.
Miriam joined her entourage, and
advised Thermutis of a Hebrew
woman whom she could hire as a
wet nurse. Thus did Miriam
assure her brother's safe upbring-
ing in the arms of his real mother
in the palace of Pharaoh."
Narratives such as this give
names, deeds and emotions to the
women of ancient times. It begins
to allow women to participate as
equals within the context of the
Seder. An all Woman's Haggadah
seems as incomplete as the tradi-
tional version. Perhaps, someday,
there will be a Seder for all Jews
... where neither men nor women
will be the focus and every child
will feel as if he or she was
liberated from slavery.
Attention Federation/UJA
Contributors
In order to keep our records up-to-date, we would appreciate
those persons returning to the North for the summer months, to
notify the Jewish Federation office of their summer address, at
748-8400.
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Kenneth Bierman, executive
director of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale and
Barbara Wiener, Community
Relations Committee chairperson,
recently attended a week-long
Seminar on the workings of the
Jewish Agency in Israel as part of
a contingent of Jewish Agency
committee representatives from
15 American cities. The trip was
sponsored under the auspices of
the United Israel Appeal.
Mr. Bierman related that the
purpose of the trip was to study
the Jewish Agency, to investigate
its different departments, to Took
into how our Federation/United
Jewish Appeal campaign money is
being spent by the agency, and to
Barbara Wiener
view the new and innovative pro-
grams being implemented by the
Jewish Agency all over Israel.
The Jewish Agency has a new
chairman, Simcha Dinitz, and a
new chairman of the Board of
Governors, Mendel Kaplan.
Mr. Bierman commented on the
new chairman of the Jewish Agen-
cy, saying, "Mr. Dinitz has come
in to change the agency so that it
will be more relevant to the Jews
of the Diaspora."
Barbara Wiener added, "The
chairman is now responsible for
carrying out all policies which
means the department heads are
now accountable to him. That
hasn't always been true in the
past."______________________
Yom
Yerushalayim
Celebration
May 15
at Temple
Beth Torah
The sixth annual Yom
Yerushalayim, in North Broward
celebrating 21 years of the
reunification of Jerusalem and
Israel's 40th Anniversary will be
held on Sunday, May 15 at Temple
Beth Torah, 9101 NE 57th Ave.,
Tamarac. Helen Weisberg, Ad-
ministrator of the North Broward
Midrasha of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale said, "Millions of
people regard Jerusalem as a holy
city, and freedom of worship ex-
ists for ail. Despite the difficulties
and tensions which sometimes
surface, the city has continued to
grow as a spiritual, cultural and
artistic center as well as the
capital of Israel."
The celebration will begin pro-
mptly at 1 p.m. with dramatic
opening ceremonies. The program
will include proclamations of
Jerusalem, song and dance,
displays, a major presentation and
workshop which will emphasize
Faith and Vision, Life and
Creativity and Conflict and Ac-
commodation in Jerusalem.
The fee for the event, which in-
cludes refreshments and registra-
tion is $3 per person. All registra-
tion must be made by May 5. To
obtain a registration brochure,
call Helen Weisberg at 748-8400.
The seminar participants made
several recommendations to the
Jewish Agency as a result of their
trip, including (1) the establish-
ment of a JAFI/Diaspora Liaison
Committee which will be responsi-
ble for maintaining a dialogue
with leading elements of the
diaspora, so as to be aware of all
major issues, attitudes, and con-
cerns of Jews outside of Israel
which are affected by issues and
concerns within Israel; (2) urging
the Jewish Agency to participate
in the income side of the budget by
developing appropriate products
for fundraising, to be submitted to
the diaspora fundraisers; (3) mov-
ing with all haste to foster
development of the Negev and
Galilee, using all fundraising
means for immediate area
development; (4) the JAFI has
brought into existence a number
of enterprises that enhance its
mandate on nation-building. It is
urged that the JAFI maintain its
services to both people and pro-
perty, and to advance social pro-
grams in all areas; and (5) urging
that the Jewish Agency advocate,
on behalf of Olim, that absorption
be a high priority of the govern-
ment of Israel.
There were several highlights of
the trip. Bierman and Wiener met
with the director of Yad Vashem
to find out more about its financial
needs. There was a meeting with
the World Zionist Organization to
find out about its partnership with
the Jewish agency. There was a
trip to the Negev to visit some
rural settlements and learn about
the experimental agriculture go-
ing on and the difficulties of life in
this arid region.
The group also went to a Jewish
Agency development town called
Sderot. There the Jewish Agency
and all its departments are work-
ing for the betterment of the peo-
ple, for decent housing, for easier
immigrant absorption, and with
Project Renewal complexities.
Kenneth Bierman
Barbara Wiener talked about
the positive and negative aspects
of this particular trip to Israel.
She said, "When we were there,
few Americans were traveling in
Israel. Morale is very low because
of the unrest in the West Bank
and Gaza. On the bright side, we
saw some positive changes in the
Jewish Agency, and we now feel
that the diaspora can have more
input into the Jewish Agency."
Tamarac Jewish Center to
Host Next Singles Shabbat
T.G.I.S. (Thank Goodness It's
Shabbat), an exciting new com-
munity concept where Jewish
singles meet, is holding the next in
its continuing aerie* of monthly
singles programs at the Tamarac
Jewish Center, 9101 NW 57th
Street, Tamarac on Friday, May
20 at 10 p.m.
Rabbi Kurt Stone will lead a
fascinating lecture and discussion
on the single lifestyle following
services. Refreshments will be
served, so come on out for this en-
joyable Shabbat experience.
T.G.I.S. is a Singles Shabbat
program geared for the 30-50 age
group. For more information, con-
tact Joyce Klein at the Jewish
Federation, 748-8400.
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Foundation Sponsors Financial Awareness Seminars
Fayne, et al. Steven Fayne is a
Jewish Federation Board member
and a member of the investment
committee of the Foundation.
The purpose of these financial
The Foundation held a Financial Awareness Seminar at the
home of the Levys. Pictured, from left, are Peggy and Jacob
Brodzki, attorney Carl Schuster, and Marie and Richard Levy.
The Foundation of Jewish
Philanthropies of the Jewish
Federation sponsored two finan-
cial awareness seminars at area
homes recently.
One was held at the northeast
Fort Lauderdale home of Richard
and Marie Levy. It was conducted
for over 25 people by attorney
Carl Schuster, a partner in the
firm of. Ruden, Barnett, et al.
Schuster is chairman of the legal
committee of the Foundation.
The second seminar was held
for more than 26 Woodlands
residents at the home of Leo and
Carole Goodman. It was taught by
attorney Steven Fayne, a partner
in the law firm of Sherr, Tiballi,
awareness seminars is to help
members of the Jewish communi-
ty to understand estate planning,
and to explain how the Founda-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies and
help them with their financial
planning.
For more information on the
Foundation, contact Ken Kent at
the Jewish Federation, 748-8400.
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At the recent Financial Awareness Seminar for
Woodlands residents, were, from left, attorney
Steven Fayne; Harold Oshry, General Campaign
chairman; Jacob Brodzki, Foundation
diairman; and host Leo Goodman.
At a recently held Financial Awareness Seminar
for Women sponsored by the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies, Yetta Karol Goldreyer,
Barbara Kent, Deborah Hahn, and Shirley
Weisman answered questions from a very
responsive audience.
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MARGATE DIVISION
Ben Kaplan has been a member
of the Federation/UJA Greater
Margate Committee for three
years and has been chairman of
the Greater Margate Division for
two years.
Kaplan talked about this year's
Margate campaign, saying,
"Initially with the way the
economy started out this year and
with the problems currently faced
by Israel, we thought the 1988
Margate campaign might have
some problems, but we
persevered, and it is expressed
that we will end up ahead of last
year's totals. We're now working
on getting new Margate area
residents involved in Federation
for the year to come."
Mr. Kaplan retired to Florida in
1980 after a solid career as presi-
dent of American Foods Brokers
Corporation in New York. He is a
past chair of the Palm Lakes
Federation/UJA committee and
was on the board of directors serv-
ing as vice president in Palm
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The Samuel and Helene Soref
Jewish Community Center
Perlman Campus
6501 W Sunrise Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33313 792-6700
Bj Muriel Haakell. Director of Public Relations
For further information and fees concerning the events or pro-
gram* listed please call the center.
The Jewish Welfare Board
(JWB) will present Young Leader-
ship Awards to Stuart Tatz, JCC
Vice President, and Dr. Peter Sar-
bone, the Center's Assistant
Treasurer, during the JWB Bien-
nial Conference in St. Louis, April
27-May 1. Both officers also serve
on the JCC executive board.
RECENT
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Both officers have been among
the prime participants who plann-
ed and produced the first Com-
munity Seder held at the Center
Saturday, April 2. Co-sponsored
by the North Broward Board of
Rabbis, the Seder had an atten-
dance of more than 230. Rabbi
Kurt Stone of Tamarac Jewish
Center led the Seder service
which included a traditional
kosher meal, responsive readings,
prayers and singing.
"It was a tremendous success in
every way," says Tatz. "We're so
pleased that we were able to serve
such a highly appreciative group."
Adds Dr. Sarbone, "Many
among our guests were shut-ins or
had limited incomes or required
special attention to fully enjoy the
Seder." The Doctor is referring to
the latter, the large representa-
tion of JCCAD members (Jewish
Community Center Association of
the Deaf) who were present. Their
Director, Gayle Kreger, was there
to sign and interpret Rabbi
Stone's effective Seder service.
In addition to Peter Sarbone,
Stuart Tats and their wives,
others helping behind the scenes
tv Banyas and Shalom Offir and
their wives plus Dr. Norman Kline
and Marilyn Mlot, all of whom did
an admirable job acting as kitchen
Girsonnel and serving aides,
any of their children also took
part forming a charming choral
group who asked the four ques-
tions in song.
COMING UP!
Jewish Federation's Coral
Springs Activity Center Grand
Opening Day Celebration, Son-
day, April 24, 1-3 p.m. Trafalgar
Square Building, 1855 Universi-
ty Drive. The Russians are com-
ing! The Russians are coming!
Both Tatz and Dr. Sarbone
were active members of the com-
mittee working towards the
establishment of this new facility
planned to accommodate more of
North Broward's residents.
Dedication ceremonies are at 1:30
p.m.
Everyone in the area is invited
to come and see the height of
great entertainment! High wire
aerialists, the Nikolskis Ber-
talina and Nikolai are defectors
from the Moscow Circus. Now
calling Florida their home, they
have astounded American au-
diences with their daring exploits,
using poles, jump ropes, bicycles
and pedestals all way up high on
the wire. See them! And for
families with children, you will
have the opportunity to register
your Kindergarden through fifth
graders for the first offerings by
JCC/Federation a great variety
of after shool enrichment classes
scheduled to begin the week of
May 2 at the Coral Springs Activi-
ty Center. Included classes in
art, history, tradition, music,
cooking and physical activity.
STUART TATZ
A familiar figure on campus,
Tatz is known as a super specialist
for JCC Special Events. As a
chairman with a well recognized
talent for working well with the
members of his committees, he
has initiated and subsequently
produced successful and enjoyable
first time functions for the
Center. Among them: The giant
Superraffle (with Jim Phillips), a
new and different kind of Trivia
Night and weekly Tuesday Night
Games this past year. During
Srevious years he performed as
IC and able organizer of Las
Vegas Nights and numerous holi-
day celebrations. During these
celebrations, and especially for
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Tatz has been "cited" for his abili-
ty to turn out hundreds of perfect-
ly done hot dogs on the barbeque!
In addition to the time spent on
the Center premises day and
night, Tatz has also been helping
to develop programs away from
home on Sunrise Blvd. He has
taken an active part in the joint
JCC Temple Bat Yam commit-
tee which has recently completed
plans to begin a branch of JCC's
Early Childhood program this Fall
in the temple's facilities.
"We're very happy to accom-
modate families on the 'east-
side,' he said. "We're all looking
forward to this new cooperative
venture in Jewish education for
our children."
Fran Tatz, along with her hus-
band, has strong interest in
Center doings. She has been assis-
tant director of the Early
Childhood program for the past
three years and participates ac-
tively in JCC activities with their
children Michelle, 9 and Robert, 6.
Tatz grew up in Little Neck,
Long Island. He attended Queens
College earning a BA in Business.
Now living in Coral Springs, the
family moved here in 1981 and
joined JCC shortly thereafter.
Tatz is president of United
Growers, Inc., a plant nursery in
Coral Springs specializing in in-
terior foliage.
DR. PETER SARBONE
Dr. Sarbone has been a
welcome addition to numerous
JCC committees. Presently co-
chairing the "Up, Up and Away
Auction" with Ellen Fischer,
Renee Spector and Dr. Sheldon
Ross scheduled for Saturday, May
7, the doctor says that the event
will be a "highlight" of the year.
Other JCC committees grateful
for his participation include the
Superraffle, Weekly Games, Le
Browse Thrift Shop, Budget, as
well as the Marketing/Member-
ship Committee recently
established.
Dr. Sarbone is a dermatologist.
Also known as a speaker with ap-
Dr. Peter Sarbone
peal and personality, he has been
named by the Dermatology Divi-
sion of the ORTHO Phar-
maceutical Corporation as their
national media spokesperson for
their program called "Let's Face
It."
Also supported by the American
Academy of Dermatology, "Let's
Face It' is a program of informa-
tion about complexion care. Dr.
Sarbone said his training up north
was extremely interesting.
"Almost like learning to be an ac-
tor," he said. In addition to the
TV and Radio Exposure "Let's
Face It" also publishes its
material in newspapers and
magazines.
Dr. Sarbone is the South Florida
area coordinator for "National
Skin Cancer Prevention and
Detection Month" to take place in
May. The program focuses on
disseminating information to the
public via the media and coor-
dinating akin cancer screenings.
He has also participated in the
"Sun Alert" Skin Cancer Hot
Line at North Ridge Hospital and
has been recently named Chief of
Dermatology at Holy Cross
Hospital.
Native of Fairlawn, N.J., Dr.
Sarbone is a graduate of Rutgers
U. and the Bowman Gray School
of Medicine, Wake Forest U. in
North Carolina. He was also on
the faculty and a dermatological
resident on the Ann Arbor cam-
pus of the U. of Michigan's
Medical School, School of
Dermatology.
The Sarbonea moved to South
Florida seven years ago and are
now residents of Boca Raton.
Malynda Sarbone is active in JCC
Early Childhood affairs and on the
JCC Corporate Member Commit-
tee. Their sons are Joshua Daniel,
7, who is a JCC Early Childhood
alumnus and Andrew Jared, 2,
who says he expects to start later
this year!
The JCC is a major beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
receiving funds from the annual
United Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Pictured in a presentation to CAJEfor "March of the
Living" is (from left) Sharon Horowitz, Principal,
Judaica High School, Mr. Leon Schagrin and Mr.
Norman Gitler, Holocaust Survivors of South
Florida.
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Synagogue Directory
_____ CON8MVATIVK
CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE OP COCONUT CREEE (97MK Ivn
Plm. 1447 Lyon. Ro^. Coconut Creek 33066. ServkJSs J^^n, X
day 8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.. 5 p.m. RabM Anra Draiia. Cute favfc. leU
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER (721-7660), 9101 NW 57th St, Tenure, 33321
TEMPLE BETH AHM (481-6100), 9730 Stirling Road, Hollywood 33024 Servir*.
TEMPLE BETH AM (974-8660), 7206 Royal Palm Blvd., Margate 33063 Serried
Monday trough.Friday 8:30 a.m, 5 p.m. FViday l.u sMffiEta^
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL (742-4040), 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrue, 83813
Service.: Monday through FMay 8 a.m... 6:30 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m.. 5 p.m., 8 p.m
Saturday 8:46 a.m., 7:46 p.m. Sunday 8:80 a.m. RabM Howard A. AddLa. Canter
Maurice A. Ni.
IFMPfBE,THDI85Af,L.07i)i?RFIELD BBACH <21 7060). 200 S. Century
Blvd., Deerfield Beach. 88441. Service.: Sunday through Friday 8:30 am 5 pni
TEMPLE B'NAI M08HE (942-6380), 1434 SE 3rd St., Pompano Beach 33060
Service*: Friday 8 p.m. Cantor Jebadab Heilbraaa. ^^
TEMPLE SHA'ARAY TZEDEK 7410296), 4099 Pine Island Rd., Sunriae, 33321
Service.: Sunday through Friday 8 a.m., 6 p.m.; Late Friday service 8 p.m.; Satur
day 8:46 a.m., 6 p.m. RabM RaadaJI Koaigakarg. Caater Barry Black. Cantor
Emeritaa Jack Marchaat.
TEMPLE SHOLOM (942-6410). 132 SE 11 Ave., Pompano Beach, 33060. Services-
Monday through Friday 8:46 a.m., evenings: Monday through Thursday at 5 p m
Friday evening at 8. Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. Rabbi Albert Trey. Cantor Nisei*
Berkowtti.
CONGREGATION BETH HILLEL OF MARGATE (974-3090), 7640 Margate
Blvd., Margate, 33063. Service.: Sunday through Friday 8:16 a.m., 5:30 p.m Late
Friday service 8 p.m. Saturday 8:46 a.m., 5:30 p.m. RabM Nathan 7iliadik Can-
tor Joel Cobea.
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAUDERHILL (733-9660). 2048 NW 49th Ave
Lauderhill, 33818. Service.: Sunday through Friday 8:30 a.m.. 5:30 o.m Saturdav
8:46 s.m. RabM Israel Halaeni. '
CONGREGATION BETH TEFILAH (fonaeriy North Lauderdale Hebrew Coa-
rregatien) (722-7607), 6436 W. Commercial Blvd., Tamarac, FL 33319. Services:
Sunday to Friday at 7:46 a.m. Friday at 5 p.m.; Saturday at 8:46 am. Charles B
Fyter. Proeiaeat.
ORTHODOX
TEMPLE OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL (733-7684), 4861 W. Oakland Park Blvd.,
Lauderdale Lakes, 33313. Service.: Sunday through Thursday 8 a.m., 6 p.m., Friday
8 a.m., 5 p m., Saturday 8:46 a.m., 6 p.m.
SYNAGOGUE OF INVERRARY CHABAD (748-1777), 4661 N. Univeraity Dr.,
Lauderhill, 33351. Service.: Sunday through Friday 6:46 a.m, 8 a.m.. 5:16 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m., 5:30 p.m. Stadv groans: Men. Saaaavs following services!
Woasoa. Taeaaays 8 p.m. RabM Area Lieberaua.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH (421 1367), 1880 W. Hillsboro Blvd.,
Dearfield Beach, 33441. Services: Sunday through Friday 8 a.m. and sundown.
Saturday 8:46 a.m. and sundown. Joeeph M. Reiner, Prisldsat,
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD-FORT LAUDERDALE (966-7877), 3291
Stirling Rd., Fort Lauderdale, 33312. Services: Monday through Friday 7:80 a.m.,
and sundown; Saturday, 9 a.m., sundown; Sunday 8 a.m., sundown. RabM Edward
Davis.
CONGREGATION MIDGAL DAVID 726-8683), 8675 W. McNab Rd., Tamarac,
33321. Servieee: Daily 8 a.m.; mincha 6 p.m.; Saturday 8:46 a.m. and 5:16 p.m. Rab-
bi Chains Schneider. Ceagregatiea preaideat: Herase. Fleieeber.
RECONSTRUCTION 1ST
RAMAT SHALOM (472-3600), 11301 W. Broward Blvd., Plantation, 33826. Ser-
vices: Friday, 8:15 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. Rabbi Elliot Skiadell. Cantor Bell.
Milha.
REFORM
TEMPLE BET TIKVAH (741-8088). 8890 W. Oakland Park Blvd.. St*. 302,
Sunriae. 33861. Services: Friday 8 p.m. RabM Dennis Wala. Cantor Ron Granor.
TEMPLE BETH ORR (7633232), 2161 Riverside Dr., Coral Springs, 33066. Ser-
vices: Friday 8 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m Rabbi Mark W. Groan.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHALOM OP DEERFIELD BEACH (426-2632). Service, at
Menorah Chapels, 2806 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach, 33441, Friday 8 p.m.
Rabbi Nathan H. Fiab. Cantor Morris Leviaeea.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL (781-2810), 3246 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Lauderdale Lakes,
33311. Servieee: Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday, only on holidays or celebration of Bar
Bat Mitzvah. RabM Jeffrey Balloa. Cantor Rita Shan.
TEMPLE KOL AMI (472-1988), 8200 Peters Rd.. Plantation, 33324. Servieee: Fri-
day 8:16 p.m., Saturday 10:80 a.m. RabM 8asldoa J. Harr. Cantor Frank
Bimbaam.
LIBERAL JEWISH TEMPLE OF COCONUT CREEK (9737494). Service.: Fri-
day night services twice monthly at Calvary Presbyterian Church. 3950 Coconut
Creek Parkway, Coconut Creek,' 38066. RabM Brace S. Warahal. Cantor Jacob
Barkia.
TEMPLE BAT YAM (928-0410), 5151 NE 14th Ter., Ft. Lauderdale, 33334. Ser-
vice: Weekly on Friday evenings at 8 p.m. RabM Lewi. Littaaan.
Sam Gr Participants at the Gathering Place. Sam visits the center once a
month and it is always a special treat'
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Candlelighting
April 22 7:28 p.m.
April 29 7:31 p.m.
May 6 7:34 p.m.
May 13 7:38 p.m.
Benediction upon Kindling
the Sabbath Lights
BORUCH ATTO AD-ONAI
ELO-HEINU MELECH H0-
OLOM ASHER KID-
SHONU BEMITZ-VOSOV
VETZI-VONU LE-HAD-
LIK NEYR SHEL
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Blessed art Thou, 0 Lord our
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hast sanctified us by thy com-
mandments and commanded
us to kindle the Sabbath light.
Temple
News
TEMPLE BET TIKVAH
On Friday, April 29, at 6:30
p.m., there will be a Congrega-
tional Shabbat Dinner. Services
will follow at 8 p.m. In recognition
of Foster Care Sabbath, president
Gale Bouchillon, who is the Assis-
tant Director of Nova University's
Foster Parent Project, will ad-
dress the Congregation about
Foster Care and the critical need
for additional foster homes in
Broward.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
On Friday, April 22, Temple
Emanu-El of Greater Fort
Lauderdale will hold a family
Shabbat Service conducted by
Rabbi Jeffrey Ballon and Can-
torial soloist, Kim Olshansky.
TEMPLE BETH ORR
Rabbi Richard Messing of Tem-
ple Beth Shalom in Vero Beach
will be the special guest in a pulpit
exchange with Rabbi Gross on
Friday evening, April 22. Rabbi
Messing's Israeli Independence
address will be on "Israel at For-
ty: Peace or Anarchy?"
On Friday evening, April 29,
there will be a family Shabbat
starting at 7:30 p.m. Rabbi Gross
will speak on "Picking up the
Pieces" as a special message for
Foster Care Month.
TEMPLE SHOLOM
Temple Sholom and its
Sisterhood observed American
Heritage Week at a program held
on April 19. The highlight of the
program was a lecture researched
and written by Esther Cannon
that featured a narration by
Claire Weitzman and Anita
Landesman on the contributions
of American Jews to the develop-
ment of America over the past
centuries.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
Biller
Dombeck
Glusman
Indowsky
Nichols
Quittner
Waetlar
Wasserman
TEMPLE BETH ORR
On Saturday, April 30, Neil
Nichols, son of Leonard and
Arlene Nichols, will be called
to the Torah on the occasion of
his Bar Mitzvah. Amy Rodkin,
daughter of David and Janice
Rodkin, will also celebrate her
Bat Mitzvah on this occasion at
Temple Beth Orr in Coral
Springs.
On Saturday, April 23, Jill
Waaaerman, daughter of
Louis and Carol Wasserman,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of her Bat Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Orr.
RAMAT SHALOM
Mark Biller, son of Julian
and Martha Biller will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Ramat Shalom on Saturday
morning, April 30.
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
On Saturday, April 30, Lee
Quittner, son of Marvin and
Shelley Quittner, will be called
to the Torah in honor of his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Israel in Sunrise.
On Saturdav, April 16,
Craig Dombeck, son of Jeff
and Beverly Dombeck, was
called to the Torah on the occa-
sion of his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Israel.
SUNRISE
JEWISH CENTER
On April 16, Brian Waetlar,
son of Larry and Ann Waetlar,
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at
the Sunrise Jewish Center.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
On Saturday morning, April
16, Eric Indowsky, son of
Hyman and Sylvia Indowsky,
id syr
to the
was called to the Torah on the
occasion of his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-El.
TEMPLE KOL AMI
On Saturday morning, April
23, Jason Glussvan, son of
Michael and Michelle Glusman,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of his Bar Mitzvah.
TEMPLE BET TIKVAH
Brian Ponterant, son of
Charles and Linda Arnold, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
April 23 at Temple Bet Tikvan
in Sunrise.
TEMPLE BETH AHM
On Saturday, April 30, Eric
Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stan Solomon will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
BethAhm.
On Saturday, April 23,
Jason Shofnos, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Shofnos, wi'l
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Ahm.
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Community Calendar
Compiled by Craif Lustfsrten,
Federation, 748-8400.
FRIDAY APRIL 22
Women's American ORT,
Lauderdale West: Round
Robin Luncheon. 11:30 a.m.
Dekke Auditorium. 472-6332.
SATURDAY APRIL 23
West Sunrise Homeowners
Association: Third Annual
Community Awareness, Arts,
and Crafts Festival Days.
Through April 24.10 a.m. to 6
p.m. Welleby Passive Park,
Sunrise. 741-9203.
B'nai Zion, No. 204: Gala
Dance and Social. 8 p.m.
Hallandale Jewish Center.
741-1136.
Oakbrook Village: Show -
The International Four Plus
One with Vivian Raye. 8 p.m.
722-0410.
Lauderdale West: Cabaret
Nite. 7:30 p.m. 473-8219.
MONDAY APRIL 26
B'nai B'rith Women, Arbah
Chapter: Regular Meeting.
9:30 am. Nob Hill Recreation
Center. 748-6897.
Workmen's Circle, 1046:
Meeting. 1 p.m. Lauderdale
Lakes City Hall Multi-Purpose
Bldg.
B'nai B'rith, Cypress Chase
Lodge: Meeting and Speaker
Rahamin Timor. 7:30 p.m.
Lauderdale Lakes City Hall
Multi-Purpose Bldg. 738-4678.
Hadassah, Gilah Inverrary
Chapter: 10th Annual Donor
Luncheon. Noon. Inverrary
Country Club. 484-1648.
TUESDAY APRIL 26
Noon. Crystal Lake Country
Club. 943-3700.
FRIDAY APRIL 26
Brandeis University
Women's Committee,
Inverrary-Woodlands
Chapter: Used Book Sale
through May 1. Noon to 9 p.m.
The Americana Plaza, Sunrise.
726-2333.
Foster Care Sabbath: Area
Temples. 476-7661.
SUNDAY MAY 1
Parents of North American
Israelis: Meeting. 1 p.m.
Jewish Comunity Center of
Rayus Tasaarac
Meeting. Noon.
Jewish Center.
Fort Lauderdale. 739-7240.
MONDAY MAY 2
Circle of Yiddish Clubs: Lun-
cheon Homecoming Party.
12:30 p.m. Jewish Community
Center. 792-6700.
THURSDAY MAY S
Na'Amat USA, Gilah
Chapter: Mother's Day at the
Lido Spa in Miami Beach. Four
Days. 421-7138.
Brandeis University
Women's Committee,
Broward West: Meeting and
Lecture by Dr. Abraham Git-
telson. 2 p.m. 681-2369.
B'nai B'rith Women, Sunrise
Chapter: Meeting 11:30 a.m.
Sunrise Lakes Phase 1
Playhouse. 484-0577.
Briefly
Organizations
Hadassah,
Chapter:
Tamarac
721-2533.
Hadassah, North Lauderdale
Chai: Meeting. 11:30 a.m.
North Lauderdale City Hall.
722-8619.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 27
Women's American ORT,
Woodmont Chapter: Meeting.
10 a.m. Woodmont Country
Club.
Lupus Foundation: Meeting
and Speaker. 7:30 p.m. In-
stitute of Medical Specialties
in North Miami Beach.
525-1755.
Women's League For Israel,
Weston Chapter: Meeting and
Party. 8 p.m. Member's home.
748-6886.
Women's American ORT,
Lauderdale West: Member-
ship Meeting. 11:30 a.m.
Deicke Auditorium, Planta-
tion. 472-6332.
Hadassah, Scopes Deerfield
Beach: General Meeting.
Noon. Temple Beth Israel,
Deerfield Beach. 426-1076.
Na'Amat USA, Gilah
Chapter: Meeting. Temple
Beth Israel. Noon. 421-0184.
Women's American ORT,
Carriage Hills: Ruth Foreman
Theater West. 2 p.m.
978-9525.
THURSDAY APRIL 28
NA'AMAT USA
More than 600 guests are ex-
pected to attend the donor lun-
cheon of the Broward Council of
Na'Amat USA, to be held at the
Crystal Lake Country Club on
Thursday, April 28. This celebra-
tion is an expression of apprecia-
tion to members for their
dedicated support of Na'Amat
social service programs in Israel.
ON FRIDAY evening, April 15, the adult Bat Mitzvah Clots of
Temple Kol Ami became Bat Mitzvah under the direction of Rabbi
Sheldon Harr. Pictured,from left are, standing: Randy Forman,
Joan BresUnv, Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr, Diane Kronstadt, and
Judith Jagoda; seated are Robin Lurie, Hazel Rothbart, Claire
Spielman, and Marlene Engar.
., Pompano Beach
Chai: Shalom Dancers. 11:30
am. Pompano Beach Recrea-
tion Center. 564-5095.
Women's American ORT,
Lauderdale Ridge: Book
Review. 12:30 p.m. Lauder-
dale Lakes Multi-Purpose
Bldg. 738-8578.
B'nai B'rith Women, Hope
Chapter: Officer Installation.
Noon. Justin's, Sunrise.
792-9207.
Na'Amat USA, Broward
Conncil: Donor Luncheon.
Available at All PubHx Stores and Fresh Danish
Bakeries. A Healthy Treat
BRAN
MUFFINS.....&$lw
Available at PuWix Stores with Fresh Danish
Bakeries Only, Tasty, Raspberry Layer
French Nut Bar.... $2"
Available at PuWix Stores with Fresh Danish
Bakeries Only, Brown n' Serve, Sour Dough, 6-ct.
Spokrtini. 2-ct. Baton or 1-ct.
Available at PuWix Stores with Fresh Danish
Bakeries Only. Flaky. Delicious
Napoleans.........2*>r 99*
Baguettes.............. pkfl. $139 wr^e stopprxg so pleasure. | PuWIX
Available at PuWix Stores with Fresh Danish
Bakeries Only. A Breakfast Treat. Old Fashioned
Crumb Buns......6* *139
Prices effective Thurs.. April 21 thru Wed.,
April 27. 1968. Quantity Rights reserved. Only in
Dane. Broward. Palm Beach. Martin. St Lucle.
Indian River and Okcechobee Counties.


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