The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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

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wjemsti Floridiam
V. ume 3 Number 24
OF 1.IU: ATI H I OUT I WJBBRBALR
Friday November 29. 1574
Pri-e 25 con's
UJA-IEF Campaign Passes $400,000 Mark
n i Beer, General Chair-
n .i the l1, i i'; atlon'a
'IK ('.im|>.iii:n atinoune, d
if '.-c;iiii|..hi:m miIi, it.ttmn "I
ive now aaeched wok.ooo.
H cnipared to 1315.000 for the
: ifts in 1974. an increase
7 par cent.
Mi Beer Mid that this Initial
re*p> net indicate-, thai the Jew-
paopia of America and
.ir>.I the his' :i ilajnifk anct
i h.it the State "f brae] and
the .i i-:-, ; ivith
.ii tins momenl in hlston
Israel's
tarn cs is n
ail In tl woi !d
own 10 Isi tel i ; o pie ire the
taxed In the world
brat lefense I imounti
t" !''* "i ii-- gran national
product w huh is t ti net hi |h
:is | budget in
United Statei Thej are fan I
by t>" roi is! attai lu which kill
n ami children, bul
thej a with letei -
mil ntioi iii.11 ihall survl e
Baei pi Inta I nut thai In
tl i face ..i these obstacles Israel
ii.....ive 60,000 new Imml-
inti thia year, mostlj t
Russia
"We are pri\ lie fed t< be liv-
ln through one <<( ti a eat hu-
man dramas of modern times,"
he .\t this histo
In to keep thai rusur
. forth oul "! dai k-
n. s-, a. jiit.<> '
that in BCl I' is up t> ua
ihr othei Jewa ol the world
alive. For those Bay brothers
n < and i not farU short.
i'-c must not say no again to
Continued on Page 2
Points Of America Kicks Off
1975 IIJA-Fecleration Drive
Ian Snydcr pr \ iou ily <
.t of Philadelphia and nonj
ng at !'
*N
I intl n ; idual I al-
did
ribul lo thia n lu. -
' i
: !
.....'
ore
tfa in i.i I u dm
War II

! ni HI M IN BE
I f the
II or* .it*.i. ; > thi. i the
ii Sera im
I I our high t ranking
: i.
me
.s
[ront ol
i >.

the I'JA
I
paigner alwa s
( ontineed aa I'age 5
All AM f. BAFt
Pacesetters Dinner Dee. 2.
To Feature Dr. Arxeli Mesher
JOtDAH iXYDlK
America, n.is aaasnad the
< hainnanafaip lor the Points of
cooples
In aaauining thai billty,
' I :im Bar nail) a rather
Teen Program
To Feature
Israeli Film
I" for upcoming projects
\ re discussed and finalized al
t recent meet in: of the Teen
I ineU.
,. Harold Kichtcr. F< der.i
Chaplain, anal the special
Igucst at the meeting and re
Muested that the tern groups visit
Ith.- North Broward nursing
jhonn s and hospital* during the
|( lunukah holiday. The idea was
at II received and dates for the
[various tern groups to perform
|are being arranged.
Saturday. Dec. 14. at 8:15 p.m..
[there will be an outdoor movie
at Temple Beth Israel. 7100 Oak
[land Park Blvd.. for all Jewish
[ti,'n< tirades 9 thru 12.
The h.-aeli film "I Love Yo0
IRo>a. nominated in 1972 for
[Best Foreign Film, will be shown
IPrice of the film will be 25c
per teen, including refreshments
Further details on the pro-
grams may be obtained by con
tacting Barry Axler at the Jew
sh Federation office.
&04tk. -l
Discussing upcoming teen activities at recent meeting of the
Teon Council are (left to right) Barry Nockowitz, BaTry Axler,
assistant director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale, Debby De Beer,, Steve Sh;fter. Laurie Berman,
and Shellie Morris.
Alt in s G ha n n of the
Pacesetti rs Division ol the W75
Jcw>sh Federati n of Gn
Fort Lauderdale's UJA IEF Can
paign. announced thai the cam
raign opening Pacesetters Din
will be held Dec - Bay Colon) home of Mr and U
Richard VI, Schubol
Minimum contributi >n for this
ii mm r H '"" rhe special
-t spi .An- at the dinner will
hv Dr \i\ >h Neat t, sp<' envo) of the Prime Minister of
Israel, Yitzhak Rabin
The committee ; thi>-
outstanding affair includes Mr
and Mrs. A S Gross, Mr and
Mra Allan E Bear, Mr. and M
Richard \i Schubot, Mr and Mra.
Leo Goodman, Mr and Mrs,
Samuel Goldfarb, Mr and Mra
Jack Levine .mil Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Soref
A planning meeting over nvk-
i hora d'oeuvres wa- held
i,,-i nth ;it the home of the eh
iru n. Mr ami Mrs Ah in Grots;
plans were made V> make I
r affair of Ui
year.
R i on-e to lh* invitation!
b n exi e lent and a superb af-
fi.r is in the offing, according
tu Mi Gross
Inverrar) 's UJA Campaign Now Under Way
The second major .step in the
ui Italian of the lnvenary
UJA Campaign took place at a
luncheon meeting Nov. 18 at the
Country Club at Inverrary.
Twenty Inverrary residents
pledged their working support
for the I'JA campaign, and there
js no question now that Inverrary
m ill conduct an organized and
stnictiirrd campaign for maxi
niiuii resiilU.
Allan Baer. General Campaign
chairman, and Abe Silverman
lnvenary chairman, pointed out
the dire and serious emergencies
which exit in Israel today, the
cost of which must be absorbed
by American Jews and Jews
throughout the wx>rld if Israel is
really to survive.
"With the threat of war over
their heads, with the PLO tak
lug hold of the G,)!an and other
areas. Israel and world Jewrj ''
in a desperate plight and every
rffort must be made for even
Jew to gi\e the n::i\imum
amount of moncv this year,"' said
Mr Baer.
"Yom Kippur 1973 was a day
of infamy Todayover a year
LattTthe rmod of ein brera'
tlH' feeling of "no choice' h=
shifti-d to Limmt hakol* 'in
spite of everything.'
The fourth war in 2fi year*
cost $6 Nllion." Mr. Baer add
ed. "The loss of life was sign if i
cant and three times as many
were wounded as in the Six Day
War.
"Defense spending has inereaa
ed 50 per cast In 1974 1975, Is
raelis will spend $3.5 billion42
Continued oa Page 12
ALLAN tAH, MNCIA1 CAMfAISN CHAIKMAN; AW SILVIIMAM, CNAIt
Of m lan/IttAr CAMfAIGM; WAlTft fKADIN, COCHAItmAN.


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Friday, November 29. 19
374
Rabbi, Veterinarian Appointed
At United Way Section Chairmen
A teal Rabbi and a veterina-
rian have been api>ointe chairmen of th' 1975 United
A graduate .>f the Urdw
of Miami and Cokarade State
University, Dr. Seller is a mem-
ber of the American and BMW*
an! Veterinary Medicine Aaafl
and is a state director of the
Orange Bowl Onrmittev.
He is a member of the F.\-
chan*e Clul> Cora! Ridge and
a past pre Chib.
Kmbbi Akrums
Or I I. Uikr
\\ 13 eaBBBBlBB, Harold K Walk-
er. cam|Niign chairman, announc-
ed.
Rabbi A J Abrams of Temple
unu-Kl will lead the clergy
Mettna in central and western
Hmward. Dr EBTBBBl Seller. Jr.
Seller Animal Hospital will
leal the veUiinarian section
Rabbi Abrams has been a
BBBBBBI >>f tlw Family Serv.ce
Acer* btwrd. i> a commission-
I the Brouard O.untv Com-
munitv Relations Commission
and was president of th< Brow-
fd Hoard of Rabbis.
He i> vice president of the
Human! Chapter. Amencan
Jewish Committee and a board
member of the Jewish Federa-
tion .>f North Broward and Cen-
ter for pastoral counselling. He
is seeretar> treasurer of the
S"utheat Region of Reform
Bar bis
Rabin Abrams is also a mem-
ber of the Ft l-auderdaie Minis-
terial Assn. B'nai B'nth. Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis and Rabbinical Assn of
Gr Sehool Board
Meet* Regularly
At Beth Israel
The Board of Education of
Temple Beth Israel is under the
chairmanship of Mr* George
1 Cookie 1 Becman. and the direc-
tion of educational director.
Mile* P Builder Work con-
stantly being done in the areas
of curriculum. development,
teacher training, remedial educa-
tion, informal programming and
textbook evaluation.
A teacher training series has
been in affect for three week*
and will continue for the next
five weeks In the upcoming ses-
sion* (iar> Werner, a specialist in
AudxvVisual Techniques, and
authontv on pra>er. will appear.
authority on pray will appear
The study of the Hebrew Lan-
Women's Division
Campaign Is
In High Gear
Mr. Edith Lev.ne. general
campaign chairman of the On..
er Ft Lauderdale Women's Divi-
sion reports that organisational
meetings are being held and cam-
paign structures are being es-
tablished for the Women's Divi
men n all communities in the
Greater Ft l-auderdale area
WeekaMreiBiai and ayii
1: rnei-tir.^s have been held
in the uait. Inverrarv Northeav
Palm Aire. Plantation. Pompeno
Point of Americas. Woodland-
$1.00Vand-over. and $365-aiw
,,v. Divia :- Mrs I.eune not
ed
A meeXins: of the Campaign
Cabin.- -*:.l be held Mnda>
morning at her h -
the activities of the Women's. Di
in, Mrs Leetaa -1
I .e vine praised her area
chairmen for the outttand
vsjrk that the> are doini aid n
pressed confidence in a -j^
ful campaign in which the <*
en of the GfBBtBT Ft LMsdardal
, v.:.\ raJM Beaded dollars for
the mar> axial and eds
semov f >r Jews ;n laraol
Greater Ft La.iderdale and
through" 1' "le world
AUiert Roth U Elected Bv M IB
i]
Albert Roth of Golden Beach
., kactari t' the executive
b I em pie Brotherliood* at .t-
Biennial Convention lr
Pittsburgh, Pa
Ml Ratfc. I rval'.or. > B : Te.n,le EUMH
He ha* atrvad
a. a m-mh-r at the B
Trustee* of Tccin> Emanu O
and a* I r lor the So ifi
,.. *ed
ration of Temple BrotherlMok
He 1- Batman '
I. Chautauqua Socktj (of tjj
Men. Club of Ten;.:, Ea
The National Y
Temple Broth*rh od
lemrle brotl
75.QUO memb'i-
I ml. t Sta:. 1 *
abroad It is an .
I m. of Amencan Hebrew Cos.
gregatiors parent bad .; r,
f.rm Tudaivm In V
Cuage has been added to the Sun Tamarar (Jlv Of 11 >!>
Meeting, Lunrheon Set
day School session The Daled
r I ait ft have been departmental-
laed to include specialued studies
in Bible. Prayer. History. Jewish
Law. and Customs and Holidays.
The School Board meats on a
regular baau to help sot policies
and aid to guide the Educational
Program 61 the School
1975 UJA-IEF Campaign
Passes 8400,000 Mark
Continued from Page 1
anv Jew in need We can and
in -t 'We will do more We will
sf.ve with -ill respomibili'ies to our fal-
low Jew.- durtal thfa historic
yCSJ and thnnigh all tin' >ea:~
n^ as we ;ue need-
ed
The
failure would wan human
ihe mean- to b il d nea lives
in
deprived vvill te
ma to -

have no choice but to succeed.
"A few monthi ago,
Meir said that whik the Jc
leople do n Israel udeti for the Jewish peo-
ple, and I be ll For witsV
iel w-e ar ill in trouble
In thi* time of
stand fl
Israel b) dtfl ting our
L'n : the f..re-
I thai
il thi '
F Laud
ean-
are .
A regular BMattag d Tarn-.
Chapter. Qte 4 R ;-
aaW Ttaaaday. at 1 pja u-,
then Paderal Sa an 1
l.n .\isn *J0 N Vargate Dr Jaffrej Kv
ps>. will be Uie guest
1 aw
The i*haptars Fall Luncheon
will be held at the Plantation
jntry Club. Welnes-
day BOOB, feat-ring a fashion
Federation Committee To
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coordinated the pre-AHyah ar-
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Pag* 4
-JmittfkrHtor ol Creator Fort LauddaW
Friday, November 23, 137^
Sapir at Convention
Pinchas Sapir. fanner Finance Minuter at the State of
Israel, will be among dignitaries at the 76th anniversary
biennial convention of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations o< America skrted for Nov. 27 to Dec. 1 at the
Boca Raton Hotel.
Sapir is expected to help American synagogue lead-
ers formulate a response to the Palestinian challenge and
the continuing Arab threat of an Arab oil boycott against
the west.
UOJCA leaders also expect to deal with at-home
American Jewish communal issues, such as the impact 01
the new feminism on Jewish civil rights and the means
of pursuing Jewish Orthodox identity in the modern world.
In all. these and other questions, crossing particular
Jewish religious affiliations, should prove of interest to
most people for whom the preservation of traditional Jew-
ish values is of prime importance.
He Escapes Punishment
On the day last week that the address by Gen. George
Brown, chairman of our Joint Chiefs of Staff, before Duke
University was reported by the national press, there was
hope that a native American Fascist in one of the country's
most sensitive positions would be properly punished.
The anti-Semitic sentiments of Gen. Brown, which
might well be read in a copy of Hitler's "Mein Kampt"
shocked the nation from President Ford on down
Ron Nessen. the President's press secretary, let it be
known that Gen. Brown's continuation in his post as Joint
Chiefs chairman "was in grave question."
From such dist-.nguished legislators as Sen. William
Proxmire came angry outcries and demands for his dis-
charge.
Apart from the fact that the Brown statements are
outright distortions of the truth, they do not reflect the
democratic spirit of a free society.
When a professional soldier urges that Americans
must "get tough-minded enough to set down the Jewish
influence in this country," he is calling for an organized
anti Semitic campaign.
ir We Wonder Who's Boss
Such a soldier is voicing his own "grave question":
Does the Pentagon control American society, or is it the
servant of the American people whose President is the
civilian commander in-chief of all soldiers?
In a word: Who's the boss?
For a moment there, Nessen had us believe Mr. Ford
was. Now that the President, in his by now usual mealy-
mouthed way. has excused Gen. Brown, all we can do is
wonder.
And also steel ourselves against the next anti-Semitic
lunatic in a sensitive position whom the President has
encouraged by his coddling of this dangerous person in
the military.
In the Hour of Paling
Sessions of the Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds ct the Council's 43rd General Assembly
in Chicago last week demonstrate American Jewry's over-
whelming awareness that the quality of Jewish life in
America is inextricably bound up with Israel and her sur-
vival.
Time was when we were warmed by the recreation
of Israel in our generation, by the miracle of her revival
after 2.000 years as a testament of our faith in the Jewish
historic continuum.
But quickly, this became a one-sided view of things,
with the accent on what a vigorous Israel was and would
be doing in the matter of reviving the spirit of diaspora
Jewry, which somehow was paling, leaving the things of
the Jewish spuit to what seemed an unassailable Israel.
At the deliberations of the General Assembly in Chi-
cago, it became clear that now there is a third view. This
time, it is of a beleaguered Israel struggling for her very
survival.
And of the belief that that survival can best be assur-
ed by an American Jewry firm in the conviction of its
Americanism, its Jewishness, in short its identity, and
therefore filled with the energy needed to help Israel in
the hour of her own paling.
Are There Any Questions?
It is clear what has happened to the United Nations.
Abdejaziz Bouteilika is now the president of the Gen-
i Assembly. Bouteflika is also the Foreign Minister of
na.
Ec : has made an open and blatant attempt to
bar Israel from further participation in the Palestine Ques-
debate. He did this by simply removing from the
speck'is list, and without explanation, Israel Ambassador
Yosef Tekoah.
Any questions?
Arafat is Castro of Mideast
mn HAVE not learned the
lesson that Fidel Csstro has
taught us.
Whsfl Fi.iel first came down
out <>[ th-- Sierra Msestra moun-
tains to take over Cubs, the
New York Times assured us he
was kosher, and we were im-
tuned to embranoe him as the
great liberator
And
VET THERE we were last
week p>eating out the Organi-
zation of American States
on whether or not to lift the
embargo on Cuba, with 15 I
ni/tng years intervening between
that voli and the beginning
fMtnr I I : '" mist rule '
the New Y .rk Times command-
ed us to sanction.
To be sure there are differ-
ences, but it seems to me that
there -j. a worthy analogy be-
tween this and Yaiir Arafat s
takeover of the Palestinians
THE TIMES may not be ha:,-
py a!-, it it this time, but even
the most casual observer
n- ertheless sense a substai
shift in American and western
pmpagandMic forces aw
brad SSnsTsJiy in favor of mak-
Bsf, Arafat kosher, too.
>tten is his terrorism. Ie-
nor>*d ti llM ptotol he carried
wit .1 ':;: I I the rostrur-
. that
ill artist! and f:
ers we 1 ighmgly call the V.
Ovti I tea 1- hli ugly v.
the rudl and the I
dor-
he ami M 1 ton t
the olive branch I
KOK OMatHOU Jewi .ire In-
nd a
,iKe.i Jem Whoever will aksa-
rasipa the Jew, whack him f
behtod, trip him up. bring
an covertly or overtly, de-
serves theti happy support
S .: lent) Arafat is the bare
of ti ssed Palestinians
Mindlin
1
isn't quite
tone how The Palestinians
never aked him to be, and
r net L that moat ordinary.
re more ar.\-
him than they are
I the I -' Mseai
M suddenly like CSl
e answer t
- Isiwm, capitalist
a!! the hangdog
Western liberal bears
10 I' *'>
ADO TO trj. the inflammable
quasi nd Arafat is
ISM t bring
ta trie Ml
: .-
Between Jew* and oil there
even :f th*re
with even if the
Wives have
fnu igain end

it
It is w! *
are
the
M UK Ml >ve
We have been
too I .'
I
"
Jew .
ta
their historic position aj the 1
sider. the reviled ,r
IF ANV of th:
gerated, e\o
unreal, just think
S. Brown, chairman |
chiefa ol Staff The nata,
mind cuts easily through 1
trivia ol human sent
Gen Brown pal BpaM
an address before 1
versity group, where
aw problems today v
from the fa
Jews are too -
American Jew.
press "Hearst Con Ras*
Script*-Howard Jew.
American Jews ntrol q^
banks I Morgan. !hr -
Jews all'.
Americans. Gen T
t stand f->r it in. ne Jv^j
must "gvt tough
to art Jown the Jasstat .nfiaaa
in this c AND HERE is A-if it
t > do it In one
we can solve a
Jewish conl
the scat t.
ly must be
the nd. lOfl
In one atnejl
I he the
and line the ;
ionairrs In .
tropotantatsa

The I
1 -
abandoned f
When we w
tha
mauds, with his
one hand and rn>
ptatoJ in tha *aS**l
lioaeoai wiii leap bra ird *
f the game.
TH \T \\ \"
< oatinu-d on PiJ'
'+

LERNER: Brown Should Resign
By MAX LEENER
I.* \merit-* Time* ssndkate
WASHINGT NWhen a gaf-
fe by a general g- t- D itional
and wotll headlines, it toesnl
|bt whether
m n 1 weirdly out- f
line nti about 'he a
Jew^ and the "Israel lob-
by"
Herewith soma refit
about the why and what ol
\ law 1
IN ANsUKKIMi a qu
;i). .: I
Duka University law
(I lered into a
anti-Jewish at-
titndaa. Why?
w l en v er used
a the
anatomj an asi
ate s courage at his teiev
'
I get ea 1
I think Gen. Brown
carriei away.
Which in a aaOM makes it
n. if n.>t
kefeller
dictate |g delib-
Bt I Wll \i ,n.
der
I 1 that
1
He


The
' tna, ar*' t
ommat tra-
tegi nee an;
it the Israa
v on the
..f
..-iteife:
\ at. n loraesU af-
that the < u
and
rn .; bee '' aa severe
\- ei 1. an peopat ertll know
arvl will crack

a:
IT 11 \x 1 jp thai
in tl
Vo ica-
'kken G
lee:, an-l what'
the parallel 1
, -
tnera
l what t<<
rn, the
I Sehlesinger and
:. t a met
he can
A
bi 1 rm u
(
i-haiitTian of 1
.:: has I
dsvnagi
hLN
It Wt...11 t-
tar>' man h
vins- out Amen
It ;. pajrt
r that Israe -
lui as a cental
thought antt a. t. r
in time afl.vt 1 ven I
It is pa
lean int.
asjaJaat the Sen
the etitire area
ttating
betwei
Arab state
ONE Ml *T
|| cs.rw-' **

en the w .
State f
mentalitv
a those
ties are ,
r An
!
'
'/'' hnisl llcrrtiir
op otATn womr LauotOALt
orriiTc aes punt aajaj P
ADVl
.,. -'..ml. FV -
,1 B|
Ediur
Of Thi MifcMn:ll Advtrt'Md In It* Cvi'""'
f-1 th. Jews* on.ty a< m i**:*
n 0 anait**.jMnfe NlMNNTI, ana MM F.of. P'"* ***
SLBSCRiPTlON WATta: ,Lo (qutlt
Volume 3 Number 24
Friday, November 29.
15 I


Friday, November 29 1974
+ kvtist fhritjinr Greater Fort Lmiderdale
Page 5
Points Of America Kicks Off
111* 41 4 t 4 b*f t i 11 1975 UJ Acceleration Drive
Sermons In Hospital Beds
.... Silent And "Eloquent
rentimtod from Pago 1
f 'front of I i \ ih I
"HI

i
our en] II

to A tiM i ing >''<< ''
' I to us to
g '
ts
.
r -
Mi
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tru
fTJB-
/illAN A, CHAUHMN Of CAMPAIGN;
JC*DAN SNrOil, CNAttAUN Of POtWTS Of AMIKKA
2-
II
-
JACK UV/.Vf, MAC COHN, JITVINC AIIN

MA*r (COffMAN, iO0AN SNrC, SAM GOIDFABB
in Palm Beach, somebody
removed the Memuahs from all
- of Jewish occupants
noth r instance a telef sont.
Jem
ish a Ui the i e lan-
- endtaf h the
Ji a., i i
< ton th
Smiths,
v e
I lefl
ripe I fotry,
mdHioni are bad
i runcfl is upon u
the Jew ical
tally, on the in
>. h| : II I-
, "he p.--1 an '
of Yasir v
the I n a
>d by the doe
' : ah an I \f.
countries one begin* to know
1 I our work is cut
out for ik.
I am happ) thi* Jordan Sny-
dor I < i the i hah mansMp,
and I and others in this buildin
will m all the help neces
> ike wan have i
RMi >ssful campaign Thi< is the
onb waj we are ever going t.< h.
able to defend Israel and above
all our own interests."
The group present sport con
time discussing plans
and details for the coming cam
p.iien Another meeting was
scheduled immediately after Dec
2 in order to crystallize some of
the thinking expressed in this
meetmg.
At the cv\ of the meeting Jack
I.evine. who Is also a resident
at Points of America and ha-
been for the past three or four
years in the fort-front of organ:
rtftOfl i.i this development, also
indicated his wholehtart. d rap-
port in the coming campaign
B> RARm II\R(II.II HH'IITKK
low ish Chaplain of Rrowurd
< OUBtj
An fringe I ene
fits
atients,

e
i ses that ol flow i .
i -i
I
S t rangi to a I
i
I
ai
tee
: 11 '.-. .i
pit I
... t
one
n
impri i\ <> as it oes ndi
i anny
it the sick moat I e-
when Um pa-
i ent, who
upon my entr; in
ertical pi ; osition, In-
i I me how difficult life
rtd how unfortu-
nate when we allow these 11F-
Ities to '. rwheln
make us miserable.
It so happen-; that en th.it
rninf dJrcly needed that
aermon and I thanked him deep-
ly fur his procioui word. I de-
parted wondering whether ho
had indeed been a messenger
from above with a vital and
relevant message.
One day the aermon came
from an individual who
monic vehicle is normal!
and lyrics for Broadway plays
This songwriter told me that
what he admired most about
.'. .'. is thai we ,ue
Gait Mile Drive
Drive Organized
DAVIb HUilN, HAOOKt KRAMl*
da 11
i
ti '

Tie Re en iy Tom the
t buildii
event
t the I na of Mr, '
for the
12
nch to u
wers
w 11] !* Invited
The will consist of
the preai ntatlon ol the cut n
situation in Israel by a prom.-
: I .
to help
The ; will

iir.
ern and

in. In all


is j t 1
i
knnv


i similar
p of
XI

.111 "
!
rhere w
it the l N in
lilts of
nit.
In 'he anno I
n H Um i

the di.i show their aoli-
ty with the Jews of [81
tin-, is it. ioi m that
icttcally every nation hn de-
ppoii
t;.;. exi Is fi m us.
e that
lent is i
i lew stands up
I that his
of

It ASCI HAROLD KKHTtK
will' the 'i

odds an

t ins even 1
'I s i-h
.'w-s in i i ti a
isure of fait "'is
ing verj ,: l:> H knew that
tins obatinati q al ty m J
"t through I ick.
The prone
proceeded to tell me of his own
background \h- verbally draw
his famili tre< and described
bow many mixe '. rfl I
occurred in his family for 3 or
-l generations.
He also mentioned that lie
himself ha.l ll tied Ne\er-
thetesa he assured me that he
and his predecessors had "hung
ir" presjd of theli Jev
and their M
It brought to mj mind w hat 1
had discovered on a trip to Co-
lombia, South Amerii a There
had been man living
there atnce the earl] days of
the 16th o. etly
practiced J'. : t\er and
. i figure out .^- when SI-
n Bolivai
the-, were frei
Jews thej c
Vet 1 lati !
.
f. .i !o.o on" |
Despite
it
iweri STou
e

to In!"
\ -

him, thi
i. ha\ i i *
. ilaii I there
n^t onlj in syna-
ies and in -
Stufleiita Conduct Own
Religious S'r\ic<"
Hi
. i< i
moi n the
I
' in the row Youth
iler at Temple Be i l to
ei-
the
m the Hebrew,
o\-
iny of
if the
the
ii
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Page 6
-JmistntrtUw ol Greater Fort Laud-data
Friday. November 29
1974
Did we overreact to anti-semitic slur?
B\ IO*l III ALSOF
l-. Aageta linn- vmin
l IN You can
n a ,t the timea e
the lataet fn
(.1 !!
111 ol the Joint 1 "hii h "f
, 8 Hr,.\\n. In
t >< : da
I the./ are
Ural Gen. Bn
Ins off the ree rd to
nci. however, one "f
VMt'l
I the
: '!. (i- II
I '''"
:. 1 1 bo-
rn g
th ar I 1 '<
, t then at
ibee* rental la lor -
as t) the rhai
I : it i
. Gen Brown'i
1 ..- war.
(>n -.ii irni his
, rael'a rl< ei ate need fa
m man)
I by MM HoUBt.
i .. I lot I--
Ati Force w
at t,i- I'ir t
PBBPLAXXIXG ir-
Without t I ituv bfl
nl Is.....' v 1 if>
:M I*1J
H C-

bard I
, V ,,s til.
;,,. Jew 1 '"
I ountry."
v for
ire thle
IT |X 1 that
' 1 1
SHOWN U PARLOB MEETING IN BRON STEIN HOME
1 east prop
thto RI-DUJl'S Afil^s,
EvoryoM bi
n U UmN h ;l
tluit on ot u
Thorp ik another 1
that it is
my, hk-h Qmv Bi
I He quoted the
.mine I
The bra
iwertng Un
I > mUlta 1
ttewhal r
Wi : u
But the I
ike hn* 1
-
I
TinC TKI Til v f
J<-\\lsh A
who an
Ival.
I

l con rut to 1
nan
the I.:. t ,
I
HATH AM KtTIVt, D*. MUM At UKlhi
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Friday, November 29. 1974
+-3&%ist fkridiairi ol Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
An Encounter
In Gainesville
Assembly Eyes Primary Needs*
By RABBI ARTHlR J.
ABR UH
Trtuplr Fin ilia LI
\,, !>. ratnndng hone from
uwkend at conference in At-
\\.- id.mnid I I >t.i\ 0V1 r
i) Gainesville and to contact a
. ,,i-i at the University of
Florida.
Aj iboat 4*00 p ii. *h< n
I we called the rtud
d thai M mbe iv.
., iied to apeak in th
:;:i Outside <>f the buildii
dI d i.;' > d n p
i ling out pi

. .m imp ali iv-; an
i t"
In '
rud
i
J I Stll
11 |
It tliil 'f
p/e did -1 i "'
11 11 i :
thing h. a- erti d .i- b ing
f. !;.. .. frk ttd ol hh co .tr.i

- ideals an eat
ill who I in
n ,: .1 wi ih
w | i I '.H l; vh i as
) of
igisti i i
Di.) id a l. ; I .
roach
gi i
I..
10 or tt
of <-. nd'
i i
to i b;
.
i
h I'll -
f I
. i were in
. *< I*
' : h n b
!i I i Ml 'in
I, : | .. i
dnl mj tb
threat an.I all.
'. :,. n did capabl jo i
of the hid f 1
I.;', c inflict ''- an I
his | for Iimiu an i
i,. M th the PI 0 i rra
I ,' : i nen
i i I,,. p,
, i the I '
ors "II

i
1 i d
Jew
,, |
ifl
ret i Am rii in l
to I more

'
V tcr I
< nd v i f, irful of :'.i
threat ol Or ju: I urn
tag and deta< h '
Whjt we need i t :
proji ri i ir
I'nii r I
e "f iiur Soul i i"! i .da k d
. i hn D '.'. h .1 i '"
- tokeni m it Its worst
.( i for the m i '.
band 'I who t til il out
i > tin : Hal kvah Bui the) were
a righ a
..:i of wl
I .I nrilated Jew
. i; : ipul itii on
:
is would dii well t
1
.f i and '
I : '
fo
CHICAGO UTA) Priority
ji ii n ili' qti .
Mj of Jewish life in North
. a.id 11 reiate n to the
.- of American
:.- well .i I i that of It
1 highlight'
( by th. minimal
Ii aders from Ihe t S and i i
at the 43rd Gei Vsaenv
f th? Council of Jewish Fed-
hi.I w i Funds
me tin Iv re .' >i five daya < nd-
THIS TURME was
ind 1 CJF
lidcnl in hi kej note address
:. tid re waa a I
v ii ii our kcynoting mig il
. om ited aim i I
ne an
net d of
'
through our ciMvs are l.ul Ml with
foreign i mi and our ck
nitron of ia noi di has been
anded to include all that en-
riches our iiff a- lews."
He ol seined that in the re-
surgi :..( of Ji w uh life "which
tre i m eriencing there is
growing awarenesa and accept-
ance Ul I I U ii ; 'e Of its
( :!. Ilinj importance, i^ not tiie
focu nor is the diaa]
dent and deriva
live :i' 'l "
. i he ,i.i.;. d, "the J< wi ih
i opii iiood r squires the nurtur-
"f i w i-h com nu litiea in
m hi rever they
i ij '> a- l foi -ii long a- they
EPSTEIN NOTED
of I-i II
Ktm rican I i West Eur i
. nunities
1 Europe
Jewi 'i South tmerica, the i.tai
Ji a ii ii community of South
Africa, other overseaa conununl*
ties and ol course the Jew-, of
Russia, Ii the conoapf an whath
our futun activity- cultural, po-
i lical, n ligious, financial: rapt
plan and build.
"We ahall continue to draw
sustenance from [anal in even
ter meastu hut the nour-
ishment we give to Israel makes
it an integral part of our pro-
mming"
EPSTEIN DEI 1NED the "fun-
damentals" ol the contemporary
Jewish scene "an enthuaiastie
irch for m aningful Jewiahl
identity," the "enhancemeul of
our In .i- Jews," a "ononoag
V .ill our past, With Israel, v ah
our b litions an I with i i<-l
other" Bn I to "continue the '.ra-
in idd to our
h i-... to perpetuafc It
; i n."
WHAT'S A
CITY BANK
IVIINIBAINK?
-sa>-
rs**?

ink I ank -
. e, in minrtime -
......ill it's dose'So if you live I
pike, you'll find ex.' '^e
rive north or south on N rthw< I I "
.-. treet (fin -.: i
blocks |t. Shopping PI
>p for a banl
3 CITY BANK OF
1=) LAUDERHILL

:

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Page 8
-JtmisHhrkMan of Greater Fort Uuderdale
Friday. November 29. 1
. OSCAR SIM)ELL VAMED CHAIRMAN
Mideast Expert Keynoter At
/ Israel Dinner of State
SkopTo Be Honored Dee. 8
At Temple SholonA Dinner
i ami UN Merrli \
d to receive tho
te ,.f Ism 'la Award at
C*. Aft'EN PIOTKIN
Dr An. h L. Plot d ex
pert on 3
r at
Temple Sbolom's i incr
of State which h< '.A on
beh.:!f . .,
A re.n;;i red t) '>n ;n
ternetiofMl n mternati.m-
, s ..:. I c-rn
nv n! Pr lvo'.k:n was iho first
f [ereel to i>r admit!
t> Pnn.Yton Uaiveraty'a Wood-
nrUaea School of Public and
Internal:.mal Affairs, from which
he oofmaorl the degree of Master
in Public Affairs He earned an
IS.At siNom
Pi '
: Ger
Pal
1 1937 -ili t i f
' .n/i
in its o til 1
;n 1!M8
He fflcer in the
f the Israel
i'*. u h eh he j"inrd
on the \.i\ HrH .Jay of its es-
tablishment
in arcn
l his
I
n
chair
i of the N Bi raw lereel
l'
f i
'. "
it of
1
! |
I

:

man
prei -lent

1 eater Fl
Id 'tit
chapter of
remple Shokm
- Sen airmen
of I re Mrs
Hero I A Mel Beam,
I on;ir.l C 'i sbraham GenotlB,
M Sej noui
Hereher S lax j Ma ill, Sam
Marks. Mr< Bernard Millman.
Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruhel, Dr
Hareej Saft, Mr- 9enl Metabarg,
Irw-in Stenn. Mr an1 Mr* Jem
Wilde ami Charles Zentner
KABBI and MKS MOfffffS SKOf
I ..I'"
!
and Coral '. dag
to T i pest

el
\ f n at the v.
erans AdmrMstratlea rloepitel
ami llotneetead Air Force llase.
he of tru Central
R. ; closely Maori at-
,.l Is cam-
I the I-rael
0 teber f>r
vice in helping
:.ent
pro-
'the
net in Miami.
- | in Orfauv
- ac-
I.
preaeaU] eete
rid
ntar>
|
rten
4 i m MeJBtll
the
rj of the aerate
lewUh rertreej i f
'ite.1 b\ the Is-
sanitation in recog-
' notable fWeVI BB#eJ :n
e )rom. rooadtv
Israel
Fists Fly in Knesset
As Economic Rules Told
...But We've No 'in Case' Plan
WASHINGTON IJTA1
At a news conference hen last
Thoxedaj Deere tary i ( State
Henrj A Ideate. iht
th.it was any i
for the rs to eater I new
Arab-Iiraall war ahouM such an
oar, though he indi-
an>
The U S ;.ttitu.ie will >e wh.it
it v .. wm < to i
conflict and brief M to as rapid
an rv'\ as poaaible it there ia

UK U)IIH> however, that
'it rJw s intention
unle
ventions ts role to
The pn a* call-
G2V*7W2W2
22222232>M22&2&9
Why assume
It's there?
Check th0 Label ncf b$L'R\
Soonsored by
T*e Union cf Orthodox
Jew sh Congregat ona Cf America
in c i
The Rabbinical Council of America
V Jr -. J>
od as ii briefinc on Ford's 10-
day \is,t t<> the Far East which
was to culit inati No\ J5 in a
mmit meeting with Si
rust Party Secretary
at Vla.i
toh where the MtdOOJi is e\;
e hirh : I con-
But the quest km
Mid-
H* n uuxo


B> Mr/ii\k SHARGII.
\\ IV JTA> llisla
dmt confronted the fowrnment
w:th a four point proposal to pro-
tect wafie earners and low in
come tamilie* from the impact
of the new emergency economic
aaaaavi
A resolution adopted by the
Hlatadnit EEaeeatlve after a
hat was yddresa-
ed b> Premier Vit/hak Rabir
r Ychoshua I'..i
bmo^?t/ demanded avsurano^
employment ami full and
regular payment of coat o
an
eat of
la Jaouai
at one point erupted mt a fisl
sw.ngmc brawl, all under med
III extreme tension surrounding,
the c.,,vernmt's new economic
program
TMF RF.HOI I'TION. ae eav
dor ment of decisions ad >pted
ear he H mad rut Central
m.itee. was adopted by a
The 42 I-ikud delegates ah-
stained hut noted that al'ho | i
:i ta.init s handing of the enomia
would n.>
" f ol
'
re
f
rty
i ot
MBD 1POKI
frank
nen
.iid
at I
("i -n Pa
this time, do it right.
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29, 1974
* knlsMcrHlaiF <* Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
a/nf
LIN
is Neiv Castro of the Middle East
0 *
till
torn Page 4
TIations" the
the Arabs, the
^pking their finger
for Arafat at
the fare of the
Imperialist, oppres-
west. For all
Cer. the Third
ful of us and
p the temp<>rary
Bi the temporary
r us all
the
Hi sacrificial lamb.
of Batista and
h it wouid be
^B Israel into the
as the followers
*rio. the parallel
Ijlter-perfect.
H| disguise of a
pvoliitmn against
RsWcism). which
Hinds and much of
dearly love ,v ,
Castro comes out of the desert
sands (down from the moun-
tain) to destroy evil with the
forces of liberation
The question is: Who and
what are these forces of libera-
tion?
The victory of Arafat and his
PLO over George Habash and
Habash's Palestine Liberation
front represented a triumph of
Muscovite moderation.' mean-
ing an ultimate if grudging Arab
commitment to deal with an am-
putated Israel, over Habash'-; far
more radical Maoism, meaning
an unqualified Arab reduction of
Israel to non-existence.
The struggle was between the
Soviets and the Red Chinese to
establish the first activist Marx-
ist bastiwn of control in the
mum Kast.
NOW THAT Arafat has won.
his moderation seems to have
gone by the boat I- M iscow c in
no longer truly claim to control
him. while Arafat's demands
calling for a "new secular, dem-
ocratic Palestine." that is to say
a Palestine built on the ashes
of an Israel not amputated, but
dismembered and entombed,
gives Peking hope that her own
cause is not yet lost.
This leaves both the Soviets
and the Chinese still clawing for
power in the Middle Fast at the
same time that Arafat, presum-
ably without ties to either, ap-
peals to the "I'nited Nations"
for political recognition of his
independent status as spokes-
man for the Palestinians.
ONCI WE confer if on him.
and there is every likelihood
that we will, the disguise will
drop away, and the fullblown
Marxist will make himself
known.
To carry the parallel between
Arafat and Catro to its logical
conclusion, it is fairly predict-
able that, as in the case of Cas-
tro, there will be a Moscow-Pe-
king "sharing" of Arafat, too.
Moscow will pick up the bills
while hoping to tame him and
to demonstrate, particularly to
the U.S. at this time, the Mus-
covite sense of responsibility"
in the exercise of power: but
Arafat's ideology dike the ideol-
ogy of his erstwhile opponent,
Habash) will be a silhouette of
Peking's, more threatening, less
compromising.
NOTE: This column was writ-
ten hours after Arafat's appear-
ance at the United Nations."
but before his sudden trip to
Havana the next lay. If nothing
else, that trip should tell those
who do not yet see the hand-
writing on the wall precisely
what the message is.
Columnist Wins National Journalism Award
AGO. Ill Leo Min-
HHJ editor <>f The
was named
r of the 1974 Smolai
PM in North
Journalism" at
plenai> BMttoil of
MO of Jewish Kedera-
Welfar, Finds
at the Pa.
M. Becker, of Montre.il.
of the S Award
announced the
AWARD is for
,-tsJttoriaU he wrote
,*t June. 1973 to
articles cited by the
Committee were
>n President
Nixon and psychiatric profiles
for presidential aspirants, for-
mer Supreme Court Justice Abe
FOCtaa, Arnold Toynhee, a pro-
test against ABC-TVs produc-
tion ol Sir I-aurence Olivier*!
"Merchant of Venice," a three-
part serial (.n the Israeli archi-
tectural assault on Jerusalem.
and the Arab-Isratl conflict sjeo-
>'
Three other newsmen also re-
ceived awards in tw<
Max w. Jacobs. International
dent ol The Buffalo
Jewish Keuew. in the competi-
tion for I |>ecial series of ar-
ticle KoU'it A Cohen.
In-ehlaf of The St. Louis
Jewish Light, an.l Garj R -on-
Matt, associate editor of The
Baltimore Jewish Times, who
If 0 MINDim
share the award for general re*
tad news features.
THE AWARD was established
in 197-' by the CJF in honor of
Boris Smolar, editor In chief
- of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
According to Becker, the >-
lection Committee Oral narrow-
ed the field ot 83 entries to eight
from which the winners were
chosen.
In a letter to Minri'.in. Becker
said that the award Will be pra>
'ed to him at the Cour.
quarterly hoard meeting in
March in Atlanta. G.i.
Mindlin has been on the staff
of The Jewish Floridian since
1952. except for lix-yoai peri-
Od when he was a let in
Uie daily pn
in AHOW to hi* activi-
as associate eilitor of The
Jewish Floridian. he is also sen-
ior associate on the
Fngiish and Literature faculty
at Miami-] M i
leee South.
id Sadat Tell Kissinger He'd Still Talk?
Egyptian
DAVID I VM\l
< JTA
Sources here are
feat Dr. Henry Kissinger
way ad a broad hint from
President Anwar Sa-
t he> would be prepared
_Hgrious "politi
^^a a i' i ttle-
Itough : inally. I
HV^H|Ha to
framework for the
did not
ejomponent.s Sadat
agree to
FATE of sec
talks d>
J Klsainger is able to nar-
he wide gap hetw. en the
and Egyptian concepts.
INSISTS th it any
H^Bt lie primarily on
|t< Its
Jg maintain
^H^B SpeCl!
for substantial new I-
Ithdraw., d
^1 to
rnt of lary
t a much, wi...:
a said his
Jeai a irely mi
^HBjmlaimni;
Rabat iniiaaji allowed bin
roeaad aapaiately in
ttaaa with Bgaci ..ni> to ad
lary Hai
HHHch!
t confer,
undertaken
parties in I
Libei
rggiin on ti
demands that secoi
result In a settlement
po'itica! signific
t seeks an open-en
Son of belligerence with
political and economic provisions
aimed at setting both countries
in the direction of pea.
Israeli officials have
an end to tne Ara:> boycott open
harden for foreign I and
the S tea ('anal
t isiaeh ibipi '. m
the beginning, foi bwae I i -
go .- Tl ej i m want .1 diminu-
1 : : hostile political propa<
gan
THE EXTENT of a new Is-
raeli withdrawal In Sinai will
obviously be 1 a le in
1 next ttagi 1 talks. |
mt 'ii
turn of 1 Mitle 1
.in i '.in of the Sinai
- at Abu R 1
[si i"1 1- not believed pre
to give up the oil Heidi at this
time.
Kissingers return visit to the
Midd.e Kast next month will fol-
low the scheduled summit meet-
ink; of President Ford and Brezh-
nev at Vladivostok.
It ll felt that the Russians
could not exercise any kind of
veto" on the Secretary's efforts
in the Middle : il it ii
I that the Mideast prob-
ably would be disc.is.se 1 at Vla-
divostok, a factor that cannot
be discounted
ISRAELI SOI'Rt ES believe
that Kissinger hope-, nice i^.nn.
to upstage the Soviets >n the
..st and th their renewed thrust for influ-
ence in Egypt,
It is believed here that Sadat
may be willing to cooperate in
that enueavor ii1 order to retain
his delicately balanced independ
ence trom both tupor powen and
to prove to Moscow th-". his re
liance on American diplomacy
this past yea- has Drought Egypt
; radical results.
Fists Fly
In Knesset
'Debate'
Continued from Page 9
was assuming office in one of the
most difficult times for Israel, it
not the most difficult, in all
fields: security, foreign affairs,
economic and social."
He went on to say that the
economic decisions made by his
government, however unpleasant,
were better than no decision. Is-
rael's enormous security expendi-
tures, the rising price of fuel and
the endless price increases ot
other commodities as well as the
economic deterioration in the
world at lame required steps
"that mdaht hurt, hurt us all."
Rabin said.
HE WAS interrupted during
his remarks by shouts of. "What
about the Israel Corporation and
other economic scandals'"' Rabin
replied. "We do not intend to
cover up mischievous activities."
Rahinowitz eyp'ained the dif-
ficult economic situation through-
out the world and stressed that
Israel had to maintain its foreign
currency reserves if it wanted
full employment.
Everyone mud cut down his
expenses, he said, to which one
d'-lesate shouted. "Why not cut
the huge wagM of .;o\ernment-
cor.trol'.ed company directors?"
Rahinowitz expressed confidence
that the government and Histad-
rut won'. 1 iron out their diff*r-
SSKSa over CO I. allowances and
expanded grants to the needy.
FIST FIGHTS broke out when
MK Yoram tridor of Likud ac-
Baaed the I-abor government of
betraying labor. Labor delegates
rushed to the podium to drag
him down, whereupon Likud del-
egates came to Andor's aid and
a general brawl started.
This lasted several minutes be-
fore security men and guards
separated the opponents. In an-
other development. several
thousand workers in Ashdod. in-
cluding militant dock workers,
demonstrated against the price
increases and demanded appro-
priate compensation
818 Million-Plus
Pledged for UJA
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legist fhrkttain of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
[Temple Beth Israel Announces
IfM
activities For All Age Grocii
|t>^ular Friday evening serv-
are held at 8:00 p.m. at
^plo Beth Israel. 7100 W Oak-
Park Blvd.. Sunrise Fami-
| and children are always wel-
ibath morning services be-
, 8 45 am with an Oneg
Ibbat following servtces. All
ft- are welcome to worship
the Bvth Israel family
md.iy School and Hebrew
i| K<>cstrtion is still open
formation about joining
kptt Beth Israel and enroll-
Kir children, contact the
' office.
ration for the junior and
ir I'SY Program (Youth
jpi is open for 7th through
| Call MOm P. Bund-
| h director, for more in-
n
Men's Club Bow
{,ie meets every Sunday
from 9 45 to noon, with
ikfa.t served
iu't Fducation classes con-
faeadey Bights, offer
[inning Hebrew. Currul
'. ;n Costenporery Jude-
Bible and Israeli Folk Dane
ules Shapiro
ids Symposium
Shapiro, president of
Mc Beth Israel, attended
nl Biennial Convention
Southeast Region of the
Sjmagngjui of Anaerl
I in Gatlinburg. Tenn where
haired the Symposium on
rations With Over 300
ibers ."
Shapiro has been in\
fth Lsracl for rune years, as
ending member, treas-rrer,
in th* Men's Club an 1 all
of synagogue life.
npla Beth Israel has expe-
nd tremendous growth in
;>act two years. From a
front" on Fast Oakland
Boulevard, they moved In-
new facility at 7100 W.
i' I Parti Blvd. Trie growth
tntberabip hi keei i -
the growth in the
community in North
vard.
'
a* Cl< b Men'i i' Sis-
1. Adult F.l :
Sundaj Schoo
I rev* School, \
and Pn
4
iNDLELIGHTING TIME
15 KISLEV 5:03
[ISRAEL (Tm( 7100 W.
II k Blvd Rabbi P* I
Maw Neu
v. Oakland Park
i H..hbi Arthur J *
[Canter Je- < ml' **
OVPANO riACH
I '* A1-*-
> vr R' A *kf.
Ja nb J R
MAHGATI
rg f an. (Con.
> 6101 NW 9rh St.
CORAl SPRINGS
C >N.
ITION Liberal SS01 L"
Rabbi Max VS *<
ISRAEL of MOtLYWOOO
>. swat *. a*. u
The Temple Judaica Gift Shop
is open with a wide variety of
gifts suitable for new homes.
Bar Bat Mitzvah. Weddings, and
other occasions. Also a good se-
lection of Jewish ceremonial ob-
jects, greeting cords and records.
Hours are 9.30 to 4:30. Monday
to Thursday, and Wednesday
night.
The Temple Credit Union
me-t- every Head iy night. 7 30-
9 00 p.m rame are sponsored
every Wednesday night, with in
early fc'rd at 7:30 p.m
Daily Mmyan meets every day.
Monday through Thursday at 8 00
am and in the evenings at 5:30
p m also Sunday morning at
900 am________________________
BrantlHs Women
Participate In
Varied Activities
The Ft Lauderdale-PDri
Beach chapter of the Bran leal
University National
Cbmmittes iponaored a guide!
tour of the Ft I.auderdu.e Mu-
seum. week under the leadership el
Mrs (Vce'ia Suphir The exhibit
featured the works of Fdward
Weston
Mrs Howard Miller le isnion on Ptri Thomas'
DOW* These Mean Streets" this
week at the Plantation home of
Mrs Louis Golenberg and the
Modem Art in the 30th century
gn>uj met at the Pompano
Beach home of Mrs Stanley Ru-
bel. with Mrs Morton Pine at
the disc osion leader.
The Briruwu University Na-
tional Women** Cumiidltaa has
announced Ita 1974-75 Brandeii
Abroad travel schedule. Three of
the t. Ipa will ba led by profaa*
Pro! Gerald 8 Bernstein,
professor >f Fine Arts will lead
22 laya In India ind Iran. Prof
Alan I_ Leva tan :>r -f.-ss i- of
English Literature, will lead is
m England and Scotland.
Proi Ludovka Borgo, chairman,
Fme vt- D I lead
18 ,t.i- s In it iiv an I Yugosla-
FOI : I
M Ubert C
Rabbi Lalxjwitz
Leads Seminar
Rabbi Phillip A. I-abowitz.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Israel of Sunrise, was asked to
lead a special seminar at the
Nov. 22-25 Southeast Region of
the United Synagogue of
America Convention at Gatlin-
burg. Tenn.. with delegates from
Alabama to Southern Florida.
Rabbi Lanowitz led a seminar
on "Reaching (hit To Young
Marrieds" This is an area in
which Rabbi Labovtitz lias been
most successful. His warmth and
sincerity has encouraged many
young married* to select Beth
Israel as their Temple Indeed
the Young Couple*' Club of Beth
Israel is a prime example of the
Rabbi's abilities.
Rabbi I-abowitz was also hon-
ored by being inducted as a Rab-
bi of a Synagogue affiliated with
the United Synagogue
Hawaiian Gardens Schedules
Two 'Nights In Israel'
leligiouu
iervices
fOT lAuOEtOAII
\AC JBWI8H CENTER, il
C-n--v j-.iv*) Rat)
Xt J. C I'll
J at W
KK. AND MBS. JACK C0HIN
n Gardens II and He
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MK. AND MRS. MAC KltlN
onal
Ij-known Isn ':i
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n in i .lin-
er.
Rroivard County Chaplain To
Visit Hospitals Regularly
The Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale an-
KMincei that Rabbi Harold Richter, Chaplain Cor Browaid Ooun-
t... will !e visiting the BoUowing hospitals on
aular basis:
I ksdays LAUDERDALE LAKES, UNI-
VERSITY COMMUNITY IMHTORS
GENERAL, MARGATE GEN
CYPRESS, NORTH BROWARD HOS-
PITALS
HCRSDAY8 HOLY CROSS, NORTH
BEACH AND BROWARD GENERAL
HOSPITALS.
The Ral also visit nursing bo
enal in til Horn In the area.
For further Information call T.-ie
Jewish Federation Cffne at 7t'>l-s899.
Kobbi eichfer
Bar-Bat Mitzvah
(Huh Election
The Bar and Bat Mr
Club of Temple Beth Israel re-
cently held elections for the
j ir 1914-1$. Elected were:
Peter Pober, president Hoi*
Coha, vice president; Heidi Zit-
cer, se^-retary and Michelle K!ar-
man, treasurer.
The Club Bhteti every Sunday
from 10 00 a.m. to 19^0 noon.
The program incluiies a short
religious service, breakfast, anil
preparations fat their upcoming
Bar and Bat Mitzvah. By pray-
ing together and practicing to-
nether, the boys and girls learn
better, and feel more at case
when their actual date come* up.
tayi Miles P. Bunder, educa-
tional director.
At a recent session, the newly
elected officers expreSM 1 the
hope that the scope of their ac-
tivities would expand to irui.de
some cultural and social yo-
fl i-i'.s. and perhaps tome trips.
Also working with the group on
S ind il David SiUer^leit ur. 1
Barry Nock "*i'/
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  • Establish Co-Ed Community
    The Roah Pinah Fo ui latloa is
    nexwinring the estabUshmoat of
    a unique new coeducational resi-
    dential community for Jewish
    young adults, in need of lite.on.;
    pedal care, to begin operating
    in the oeai future.
    This special community will
    ;-in. I le te< iritj '
    a nee. vocataoaej opportunity,
    and a total Jewish environment
    for thOSS who night otherwise
    lead tragically unproductive
    lives, without any significant
    stimulation, warmth, or Jewish
    experience.
    In order to rr.-intam a gef
    sona!. intimate atnxwphere. a
    small group "t volunteer staff
    and handicapped youn< ai
    vvi'. live .; a famUy-sixa home.
    iharing househol l dutiea to-
    get her.
    Facilities for crafts and
    Culture will enable ea i^er
    to find a respectih.e place i<
    contributing men-.u-r of the com-
    munity. Theie will also be a
    program of social and recrea-
    i. ma i,-tivities.
    A central part of eve-yone's
    il.u.v routine In this self-con-
    taine I e lal Jewish community
    m111 ie full ol Kasb-
    Shabbat and holi-
    -sl will
    be the realltj I life every I ol the ye
    The aj plication of these val-
    uea and traditioM will provide
    Identity, direction, and a mean-
    ingful existence for all the mein-
    b*;-s el ine community.
    For more information, write
    Rush Puiah Foundation, Inc.,
    P.O. Box 116, Wykagyl Station,
    New RoCheDe, NY. 10804.
    Sabra Group Meets Dec. 19
    Sabra Group of H.uiassah will
    have a paid up membership meet-
    lag at 8:00 p.m. Thursday. Dl-c.
    19. at the Find Federd Savings
    & Loan. 1100 F. Hillsboro Blvd..
    Deerfield Boach. featuring a s-jr-
    pnse program
    Lauderdale Oaks Demonstrates
    Commitment Israel's Survival
    Laudei :a> Oaki demonstrated
    ii- nmmitment to ,l,i'
    the Burvival an II "f
    state of i<- 23 at a
    in the -se.
    I rax w-et Id n the

    Harrj Goodmai
    Biowai I lara I a-
    -

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    and naa S irn Bler-
    n chairman of the i^< ler-
    ,, i Mr,. Israel Bond Cemm i-
    irted "' ha b| Irll of the
    I in-
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    ntil e ari .
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    sessions for the area s religious school teachers sponsored
    by the Jewish Federation o: Grec'.ei Foil Lauaeidale.


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    Viea i of dei
    opean immigranti expendi ,.,n Mi. s ir,.j
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    WMBW conduct I Ugfc -
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    ins '"' prioritiej of the Jewish ,>f u>
    jxt"|lo 1 in pro within i' i nexl period >( week
    tect as. counn u: a is in ... in
    en for all th.. e erao i i u< ipomibility, our i tow tment i
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    That n the chaM ige
    fronting the Amei ii a:i J<'
    roeamanit) in the United Jewial
    lippoal'i 197.> Mr
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