The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( 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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Volume 3 Number 26
OF GREATER FORT LAfDERDALE
Friday, December 27, 1974
Price 25 rents
Campaign Moving Ahead...Passes $700,000 Mark
Allan E Baer. general campaign chairman of the Jewish Fed-
eration's 1975 United Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign, announced that the campaign has passed the $700,000 mark
and is gaining momentum This total represents an increase of 22
per cent on a card-for-card basis over the same cards of last year.
Mr Baer attributed this excellent response to a number of factors:
chiefly that the Jewish community understands and recognizes that
this is a critical and historical time in Jewish history and that the
survival of Israel is a deeply imbedded tenet in the hearts of all Jews.
"The hopes and dreams of
2.000 years the establishment
of the Jewish faith, which came
to fruition in 1948 is being
threatened with extinction and
this is something that Jews vow
will never happen. There will
never be another Masada," Mr.
Baef declared.
"Another major factor leading
to our successful campaign to
date.'' said Mr Baer. "was the
greatly improved organization of
the community. For example,"
he pointed out. "Palm-Aire and
Plantation have already exceeded
last year's total. Woodlands,
about the best organized area, is
well on its way to exceeding its
la.-t .wars totals, and there i,
every reason to believe that it
will reach its increased goals"
An excellent organizational
AIM* t. BAtK
structure has already been
achieved in all of the Gait Ocean
Mile and Point of Americas
areas. Organization is moving
rapidly in Inverrary. Palm Beach,
and Metropolitan Fort Lauder-
dale Planning is also underway
in the western areas of Greater
Mr. Baer said that although
many preliminary functions in
these areas have been held, the
major thrust of the Campaign
will begin in early January
A Worker Training Day with
three separate sessions designed
to enhance the Campaign leaders
and workers' knowledge and
ability to present the facts and
needs to contributors is sched-
uled for Jan. 5. Important func-
tions for all areas are scheduled
during January and February.
Continued on Pae 12
Academy Of Jewish Studies ^j
Established By Federation !
Ludwik Brodxlci. past president of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, presents a check in the amount
oi $50,000 to Gerald S. Colbura. UJA National Cash Chair-
man, at the 1975 UJA National Conference in New York.
This presentation was made on behalf of the Jewish Fed-
eration's allocation to the United Jewish Appeal
Israeli Consul General To
Address Woodlands Meeting
The Hon. Samuel L. Green-
-:. chairman of the U'oixl-
lands UJA Campaign, has an-
nounced that Israeli Consul Gen-
eral Emanuel Shimoni will ad-
dress a meeting of the Wood-
lands community Friday at 430
p m in the home of cochairman
Ben Roisman. 6111 White Oak
Lane. Tamarac.
Mr Shimoni is one of Israel's
leading diplomats. He serves as
i 'Hisul Ceaeral for Pennsylvania,
Delaware and New JtMS)
Born in South Africa, he im-
migrated to Israel in 1955. and
has held important diplomatic
posts in Canada and several other
countries as well as in the United
States.
Mr. Shimoni speaker on behalf of the people
and State of Israel.
Sen Greenber* and Mr. Rois-
man urge that members of the
Woodlands community attend
this meeting so that they can be
informed first hand of the very
critical situation now faced by
Israel.
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale will
sponsor a Jewish education pro-
gram, to be called the Federation
Academy of Jewish Studies, for
all Jewish teen-agers in the
Greater Fort Lauderdale area,
grades 10 through 12. beginning
Monday evening. Jan. IS, accord-
ing to Ludwik Brodxki, chairman
of the Federation's Jewish Edu-
cation Committee.
The Academy will meet every
Monday evening at Temple
Emanu El, 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd.. beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The school will offer the stu-
dents two sessions and an excel-
lent choice of courses in each
session.
The first session from 7:30
p.m. through 8:15 p.m. will fea-
ture Jewish Contemporary Lit-
erature. Jewish Music and Eth-
ics of the Fathers.
The second sessien from 830
p m. through 9:15 p.m. will fea-
ture Holocaust. Jewish Social Ac-
tion and Comparative Judaism.
In addition, the school will
feature weekend retreats, guest
speakers and events and. in the
near future college credit for
courses taken.
The tuition cost per student
for the Academy is $10 for the
year. Anyone interested in en-
rolling or wishing further infor-
mation on the Academy of Jewish
Studies is urged to contact Barry
Axler at the Jewish Federation
office. 707 N. Federal H
Mr. Brodzki points out that
this is an excellent opportunity
for the high school teen-agers in
our community to learn more
about their Jewish heritage and
culture in an atmosphere of
scholarship and socializing with
other Jewish teen-agers in the
Greater Fort Lsuderdale area
Film Series
A Sellout
Dr. Stephen Levine. chairman
of the Cultural Committee of the
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. announced that
the "Jewish Film Series" will
continue Sunday. Jan. 12 with
two showings of "Distant Jour-
ney," a powerful film dealing
with a Jewish family's struggle
to survive the destruction of
European Jewry by the Nazi war
machine.
The schedule calls for a Sun-
day afternoon matinee, at 2:00
p m. in Temple Beth Israel. 7100
W. Oakland Park Blvd. and s
showing that evening at 8:00
o'clock, also at Temple Beth Is-
rael.
Series tickets have been sold
out. Series tickets will be hon-
ored fir*t: however, individual
tickets will be available on s
first come-first serve basis ten
minutes before showtime
Women's Division Announces
Calendar For '75 Campaign
Mrs. Jack Levine. general chairman of the Women's Division
for Greater Fort Lauderdale. announces the calendar for the 1975
United Jewish Appeal Jewish Federation Campaign. Mrs Levine
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vice president of education; Edith Levine. qeneral cam-
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Kablii Slilomo Carlcbach To Adult Education
~ < ,, Program Growing
Present Concert Saturday At Beth Israel
Rabbi Shlomo Ca.-lebach. folk-
Is; nger and raconteur, will per
|f,.rm in concert at Temple Beth
ael Satunlay night. Miss Deb-
ile Beer, president <>f the
Senior L'SY chapter, announced.
Rabbi Carlebacn has performed
Iworld-wide to audiences of all
i*es His repertoire combines
fensllsil, Hebrew and Yiddish
Is ingl and folk-songs Much of his
tnufttC has the Hasidic flair.
|vhich has often brought the label
pf "soul singer.'
The performance will start
'he Havdalah service, the
I I Monal service which Con-
nies the Sabbath It ij a serene
vhen man still wants to
Id onto the beauty and rest
i I MiKninlty of the day of rest.
I t he looka excitedly al the new
keck ahead. Shlomo will inter
tiila theme in Ins music.
Tickets are on tale at thfl Tcm-
lc Beth Israel V Hi Oil
I Idand Park Blvd .
I < Patron reserved
i litehls, The public w urged
t put
\ 11 only a limited number
11 be Mild.
Student* Spend
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Director of Youth Activities at
the temple is Mile* P. Bunder.
Al Lang is chairman of the Youth
Commission, and Danny Gold-
berg is the I'.SY. chairman of
the event.
Broward County
Arthritis Assn.
Holds Election
The newly incor|x>rated Ar-
thritis Association Of Broward
County, Inc.. a L'nited Way
agency, unanimously elected its
new officers for 1974-73 recent-
ly.
Tha Officers include David I.
kwe .. pn ti 'lit: p. C. (Bud)
Pi Ice, \ s real lent; Mi i. A.
Jerry Blanch, secretary, and
Henry Balamut, treasui 11,
The new nistrative of-
fic as, hi di-
rector I let > V atc i
at 2 Blvd.. Fort
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The I of
tin' .. it ion are Mrs
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1 les Cox,
FUcha : K. Inglis, il i Al-
Khoui
Robert Ml
Jose

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ikottitz, M.D.,
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The Adult Education program
at Temple Beth Israel continues
to grow both in stature and
meaning, according to Mel Zip-
ris, Aduit Education Committee
chairman.
The Committee recently held
a successful series of lectures
and classes on nine consecu-
tive Tuesday evenings Speaking
at the lecture series were Dr.
Abraham Katsh. Elie/er Kroll
and Dr. Saul W achs.
The course classes included
Beginners Hebrew with Jules
Shapiro: Understanding the
Bible with Oscar Schmer'.er: and
Israeli Folk Dancing with Mrs.
Alida Bunder.
The Committee is now joining
with the Jewish Federation in
Sponsoring a series of films of
Jewish interest, including "I
Love You Rosa." "Distant Jour-
ney/ -Tha Dybbuk." "Sallah."
and "1 Was Born in Jerusalem *'
All will be shown at Temple Beth
Israel.
Mr Zipris has announced
i series of classes will be-
gin in early 19T5 t i include
new and ere itive ideas in
Lion For informa-
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North Broward Haclassah Chapter
A (fits Another New Group-Its 9th
In the fast growing community
of Hadassah's North Broward
area, it is not surprising that the
Chapter has added its ninth
group so quickly after its 8th
group a month ago. says Esther
Cannon, president.
This ninth group comprises the
Holiday Springs. Coral Springs
and Ramblewood area on Sample
Road. It was organized during
the week of Chanukah. the Fes-
tival of Lights, and was appro-
priately named Orly," Hebrew
for Light.
Mrs. Cannon and Mrs Alan
Marrovitz. membership vice pres-
dent. were present for the or-
ganizational meeting which was
held in the Holiday Springs Club-
bouse Auditorium.
Mrs. Cannon outlined the pro-
cedures of operation for the new
Oriy Group and its proper role
Within the overall Chafer and
the Florida Region. Mrs. Marco-
vitz presented a brief history of
the Hadassah organization.
Mrs Joseph Baker was elected
president. Other officers include
Mrs. Louis Ratafia, education
vice president; Mrs. Abe Klein
and Mrs. Charles Charloff. fund-
raising cochairmen; Mrs. Samuel
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secretary: Mrs. Harold Marks, re-
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CaiT, corresponding secretary,
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January
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Food and the Super-Peoples
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whose 'cntare' we w=r*-..z. we ere prep:
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bos repeatedly mode fee potat fa fas
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Wlpit > 1 riezriv rra the Arcbs feat the next
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that ft* recscr. icr cantoenpiatoe embargo would bare
no bearing on such a D 3 Hsary bow not m
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3 so firmly or eveu mtotageony.
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commihnen! to fee surrrral and iniegrity of Israel and
feat be press oar European alien to rescue fee by now
almost bopibssly biserting pnncipbi of fee notosed
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upcr Ne>i mind Jackson*
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bat you raise s fun about Is-
rael's letting thr
Jan in the fasi Pretty soon.
Europe and ever, the I'rutei
Ststrt aafffl f>*t nerxvus abtxt
the Jackson-Mi a-Vaaik excep-
tkoe. partsrulariy tf you sound
ucty and threatening enough.
because there are a kit of people
ai the UJ. ho nexer thoufht it
to be hetptng
AND THi \ e RjaiSM
say Wf I keep sending them
out. and if the Israeli* can't let .
in. no one else ': >t *
m either. Absa !y look at,
Look st West Berlin-4
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far fee Jews.
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ity *i!i t Nixon't pia-e in hu-
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their dhas^aaaat on *.kt side
themes. This is e*;rv.j.iy true
of several New Left historian*
I'ne tiivergence is en the N
record ;n f New Irlt l
Beentein an.1 William Appelman
Ml ef that the Ktasa
polu-ie* t.ard Chins and Rus-
sia vi. ^:\# him sucne ctotlt*
with I
In effest. they are saying that
r ere '
cotert sad
-
TO TBIS .
twee In subst.
of a
>L*f *bo.-
be borne out
whst i

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others
Uaterwate bu> -
1HI I IIU M -
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The Ne* I I

of sshat

moral ineo>.
TV-us. on i
toraa are n
imous as the..
ughL hh ewi
historian* are
rate in thetr I
the% are -
TIIM MIKI
las
,it IJsenh-we' irmI^m
kabrrnents are h- J
tised on all these men sm
hai to be m
Johason ss *
Lsesaxltl
car of what he 1.1 ndJ^J
endangered the <~
ffebric snd the :<*f^,
Arnerica VW
paotged. But there
veruss for s long tin* nv
on ha hiei-T ^m
whether Wate ~1
or reseatsblc b"
aer ovnptex
and persona
And at ,
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Friday, December 27, 1974
* knisl tkricUcUn of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5

Mrs. Florence Tails Delccate To
NtCJW's 2nd Sunimit (lonfeivnce- -
lin Pfcfreaei fane, recently
returned ban a shvlong trip
!-!.nl as a delegate to the Na-
tional I ouncil of Jewish Won-
2n I Summit Confer
b NCJWi !>i mui I
i: n meeaafe fro:n Prime M,n-
\ U riMk Habin. who addiaa>
(inference banquet at the
Knesset in .Kru-alem.
TkH said that Prime
|fin '" Rabin ipoka chiefly of
the enornKHM chalirnies facing
Israel t. day He told the mem-
ii limit delegation.
When I became Prime Minhter
I over five months a*:o. I
,1 I would face one of the
fficult periods in Isiael's
Over 150 Council women, rep-
- md present Coun-
cil leadership acroaa the euuBtry,
; i u ii legates to the
onl Kej
, lurtBi Hie eowfereaee Inehal*
. \ dar .i--i-tint di-
ll the Mmitrv of
\" \! ban H.ir-
retidenl Of 'he Hebrew
ron Yadtin,
of E hication and I

I
mfi r snee at the
Jenia-
Pi at Bphrain Ka1
h a if" Nm i both of
whom congratulated Council on
: of work in laraell

iterencfl high
which centered in
mcll'i role In laraell edne*
am the dedication cere-
u. s of the NCJW Research
I hate for Innovation in Edu-
cation The Research Institute.
established in 1968. i> an action
research center designed to de-
>p and evaluate new educa-
Blymo Group Initiates
18 New Life Members
P'.vm.i Group, N'>rth Brow art
Chapter of Haii.issah. met last
week in the Mar-ate Jewish CaO-
to initiate 1H new life mem
hen Lilyan Davtdaon, program
r llnal wrote the life mem-
bership mitiaticn ceremony and
: '.ft wen ;n
scribed in the Golden Cud Book
1 Gaj GoMie, Ufa nienberahip
man The pid run alaa in-
ded a w\ n <>f the book
In in Gih ad b] Hn Man
/. chapter vice pi
di -it
i Gi ip marked the lHth
I i' Had der
I hv
ring the ones Sbabbat at
> enter. Mm,
II Krimsky, pn
t lk I ,.! ii- nr Si >: Pi life
tional method*. maUriali and
m for anally
Ivantaged in ordat to spaed
their integration into Israel's
modern society
Ine Research Institute is
housed in the School of E luca-
tihi in the new campus complex
built on Mt. fcopn
Mrs Taus. president of the
Buward Section of National
Counril of Jewish Women, was
accompanied by her husband Jay.
Support of education, tigether
with programs for social action
and community service both at
home and abroad have been a
tradition in NCJW since its
founding in 1803 The 100.000
memb*r women's organization
operates in more than 200 com-
munities throughout the United
States Current pri >rities include
" i of conventional
rights, uvenile Imtiee, and
strengthening the quality of Jew-
ish life.
Plaque Donated
By Rodners In
liar barn's Memory
A large bronze memorial
p'aque to be hung on the wall
oette the present one is being
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Mat
Bodner in memory of their
daughter. Barbara Marilyn Ja-
cobs, This important contribu-
tion will be announced at the
Friday evening services.
Two cultural courses will be
started in January, 1975. One will
deal with backgrounds to the
BiDle. the other with current
trends in world history. There
will be only a modest regi-tra-
tion fee If interested, contact
Cantor Max Gallub or the temple.
There will be a joint installa-
tion of officers of the temple and
the Men's Clun at Camelot Hall
in Lau.lerhill Sunday. .Tan. 19, at
7 30 p m It will be Kosher
catered with a 4-piece band play-
ing dance music. Contact Sam
Clickman fir details.
New Jewish Cemetery Called
The Star Of David Gardens'
A ittti F rm m. a community
I an (i me< r In
Gai lens in Brow
Mill milTOM I. GffOSS
lty. announces the creation
of a totally Jewish i
with Jewish ti
The Sta David Gai dens.
in ;. lah U-
tkms, construction Is starting

ite so
t n lintain
irroun I the
- irden
The I o,l :*
l' ,i by i" coo] e i
tion to assure that ail require-
ments of J> nriah Laws are
and dedication of the new can
etery m 111 bi inno ince I shortly
Rabl i Milton J. Gran of the
'l".i" rew ish 'enter i- act-
ing consultant. Rab-
bi Gross, a graduate of the Rab
bi Jacob Joaepti Yeahiva, wai
ordained in 1988, and has achiev-
ad what Broward County ne
must: dynamic leadership.
It is the Rabbi's desire to in-
vite all his Jewish brethren to
\Lsit the Qrdena, so that ha
may personally show them the
tranquility of this hallowed land.
Rabbi Gross also invites tem-
ples, organizations, condomini-
ums and all typn of groups to
\isit the Gardens. 80 that he
might answer any questions
that they might have, and assist
in their selection of land ao their
group may maintain their own
individual Identity-
Rabbi Gross can i >I al-
most anj d.i> at the SI
Davi it 7701 Bal
Vest of ill in Tamai
ere he Ls now devoting ;i
I k al ol his t.
The Star o! David is "pen
UN l 9 to ". and S'lii-
10 to 5. but will be
oi Sat :i lay fi r Sabbath
On r Information, c >n-
lonallv.

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V ^.,jf. a .

Pictured at the recent meeting of the Women's Division
Campaign Cabinet are (from left) Hel-ne Soref, chairman
of the Women's Division Worker Training Program; Eve
Silverman, chairman of the Inverrary Women's Division,
and Helen Reiter, chairman of ths Gait Ocean Mile Wom-
en's Division.
Representing the Plantation Women's Division at the Cam-
paign Ccbinet meeting were (from left) Susan Seqaul, Di-
vision cochairman; Cheryl Levine, education vice presi-
dent, and Division chairman Phyllis Chudnow.
Palm-Aire women's leaders Include (left to rivjht) Lorraine
Fine, Ann Monarch and Shirley v::i.
this time, do it right.
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F=oeS
of Gieuaar Fort LoTadardale
Friday. Decwraber fl
:-<
Community Leaders Attend Pacesetters Dinner
Arvefc raasher Speed L=tot sc 1
z^z Ma Jordce Scraer.
Ma Jock Laruae. Woow'i
Drrision General Campaign
channax. Mi Leruae. ec-
ratcry of the Fecerstaon.
i
Sen. and Mrs. Samatl L
Greenberg.
{ Maurice Revitz To Chair
Svnagogue Council Dinner

-. :- v ~.^ paaal
Ami i -* ;-4f :j Qom
ef A&rnca has iiinir I the
of Mtt levtti
of thedaaer HM
the Gcvadl is teadenae. to 9ax
I j ar? MSed V5 Sea-
tachard B Stoae. Saaday
Ju. 19. at the Foasaaaebieaa
Be-
La arceprjag the
Sir Bet :tz. of
as* pfcJaarhreeiati
tnabat*. ojc i do for a aaa>
her of ream* First. Ii mi of
the i.h pmatt! retard aad if
Sectiea I Save Jar the eaeat of
, .:
b MM
Jews Rebuff
Israel Home
B \ JTA Oaly COO
ant of 1.700 Jewish eau^raaU
persciod ta leave the Sonet
-m danar the ssoaR-
aeaiber weat to Israel. Jewtah
aaa'ui report here
Tar? *;f 1.100 of the eaures
left the laraei-beuad croup I
aaaa as the; reached Vieaaa. aad
af -v- Mahal f-r afaai
to other coaatnes.
FT W \- larteat aav
M Je> ta rriiia *a Vteaaa
to the sources.
Tbey *al du: acrii .
11 swaths of v i '.ial
of 16.0*4 Jes ere perr
leavt the Soviet fnjon.
There ha< been so aetieeabte
increase u Jewish dt part am
from the ISSK re> r>a
..ieralLfed
oa the par. of So\.f. au:-
the aoarees sa>d
Ait* S. Gross
the Pocaeaehw 1
Mra Gross, presto*
Fadatataooa Worr..?
atOal
Mr. azd Mra. Hoarard N.
Millar.
Mr. and Mrs P- ScSa-
hot who hosted !
Pacaaetiar DtM
la
fellow
Jew thraagh the Syaa-
gacae Caaarrl of Aaaenea which
as the art Ha afeacy far the
Ohree braaches of
ry CoaserraUve.
lay rymacafal
tacrther
.-
The CauacJi purpose is ta
free the Jewish rrlinaas roaa
aaaaity a smO address aad a
wee :a all aaamn re-
wharh the three

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ax *V i
le-efrtSet J0M.12
The first faad ratwnf af-
fair aa the <** far the seae-
fit af the UJA-Jevish Fed
erataaa Caaapaifa will be
held Suaday. iaa 12. at 11
ass ib the Kenderroas
Roost of the Re*eary Taw
ert It ts aetac rnajaaaoriil
ay the Befeacy Tewars aad
aa.
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|day, December 27. 1974
*Jewlslrtrrtdfi^r oi Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7-
Palm Aire Community Holds
Pacesetters Cocktail Party
e Kranlvrjs. chairman of a
ondominium build
the Palm-A.......mm
rM I the first cocktail party
e setters in | rtparai
the larger met In | to be held
He WM il>-i>i.'I by Nat
i Abrara Harsh, David L
t Paseltiner.
The party wai held nt the
of M". an.l Mrs, Nathan*
.!. The resident! ol only
' ii Mings wete .mite!.
nepONC was trenien 1<
i^itOO was raised from 20 resi-
! The others who could not
[tend the meeting will be sol>
jiersonally.
committea nott y moving
plan for similar meetings
triom buildings. Encouraged
initial success, they ha\e
.1 confidence that Palm-
t will definitely go over the
in the goal assigne 1 to it.
Bob Nathan an.l Dr. Sidney
chairmen of the entire
'm Aire community, p
i the uuuimlttea foe the
t job done and called
>n tii. vai low bttildin
i to dupHcata tins effort Mr.
|athan stated "there is no | tee-
n in my mind that thil will
i imj li-lied."
Mrman Kohm
Harry Levin, chairman of the
s[>ecial gifts division of Palm-
Aire who was present at the
meeting, offered his prediction
that the big Kilts division will
try to double that which is rais-
ed in the entire community. "In
thai way the goal that was as-
signed to us will be more than
met." he said.
At thin meeting there wi
announcement that the Wood-
lands Country Club group, which
i a well-organi/e.1 community
and which got off to an early
tart, has already reached half
it- goal.
The Palm Aire community
1 that they will keep
with Woodlandi and
outdo it in the tinal Stretch.
\J0Sim VffANMM. MUAM HUM. MIT FASftTMMff, NATHANIll GOIA
AH
appvj
oyovts a
ncl
Pro
sperous
ewiYear !
RAMADA INN
1401 SOUTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY
DEERFIEID BEACH 33441
Sen. Tunney To
Speak Jan. 11 At
Teelinion Confab
IS. Senator John V. Turin.'-.
Democrat from the state of
California, will lie the ;
speaker at the dinner danea of
the Fourth Annual National
Conference of the American
Technkm Society at the Break-
Hotel, Palm !' < I mlay
evening. Jan. 11. according to
Norman J. Kasser, preaident of
the South Florida Chapter.
Tills national event, chaired
by Mrs. Samuel O. Kautbord of
Palm Beach and Chicago, Ls be-
ing given m honor of His Excel-
lency Sir Fdwin leather. K.C.-
M.G. and I.ady leather. Sir Ed-
win is Governor General of Ber-
muda. For further information
contact American Technion So-
ci. ty. No, 1 Lincoln Road Bldg..
Miami Beach.
ItOT Tunney is a friend of
the State Of Israel, and has dis-
tinguished himself on the influ-
ential Foreign Affan-s Commit-
to a He has historic
: itl n which
included land-mark bill, first
in the nation's history, to crack
down on noise in out I ities and
around our airports, and was
one of the prta Ipal authors of
The Water Quality Control Act.
Pictured at recent Gait Ocean Mile Women's Division Ini-
tial Gifts meeting are (from left) Helen Reiter, Miriam Kra-
witz, Rosie Frankle and Sylvia Brody.
ft
Guests at the Gait Ocean Mile Women's Division Initial
Gifts meeting also included (from left) Charlotte Sche3r,
Edith Levine, general campaign chairman, Helene Soref,
Worker Training chairman, and Ruth Frazin. f
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-JmisitkriAir ol Greater Fort Lmideiiale
Friday. December 27

The Pompano Beach Women's Division ol the Jewish Fed-
eration of Greater Fort Lauderdale has finalized plans for
its 1975 Campaign, according to Mrs. Lilyan Glaser (top,
left chairman of the Division. A luncheon for all women in
the Pompano Beach area Feb. 10 will feature an outstand-
ing speaker, sha reported. With Mrs. Glaser are her assist-
ants on the Pompano Beach Committee, Mrs. Bernice
Srhankerman and Mrs. Helen Shield; (center picture) Mrs.
Ann Leader and Mrs. Phyllis Beqelman; (bottom photo'
Mrs. Sylvia Begelman. Mrs. Fran Sindell ur.d Mrs. Hilda
Edelman. Also on this committee is Mrs. Gert Millman (not
pictured .
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[Friday. December 27, 1974
*"Jei%isHTcridli3itl of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9-
LEO MINDLIN
Food and the Super-Peoples Control
Continued from Page 4
ed nations. "The price the ir>
Id itrialixsd nations are de-
ding to help feed our desti-
t it i soplOS is too high. In fact,
,i white western (imperial-
ist, ("lnnialist. mono in-
I i e aimed at ill- the
II tural Increa m of I
peoples, which of course and
ly so. you see as threaten-
ultunate whlli world Mipn-m-
"Feed ils anyway," tin-.
I. or we'll uutpopulate you
and t-ike ova* even lastei than
With t:
BEEN IN tli- tdat'i
i de-
li; thins of all. Not only
won't the undenieve'.o[>ed na-
tion* of the world put a cap on
their birthrate.
But they arc crvms; nn ulti-
matum to the Israelis, one of
the most advanced ol the west-
ern nations, to tiy the
same tiling to put a cap on
their own birth rat be de-
stroys !.
The Issut is not that the Sa-
dat ultimatum i- n at
allthat dapriviii I reel of the
right to nal ons bn-
mlgrationall Increase would be
as live to Iht national
Intagi Itj
The thi i ai hi rhly ci-
nations. we pn fer not to put
this question in these terms. But
the truth is that the Struggle
over food and the achievement
of a system of birth control is
i a struggle Involving the ul-
timate survival of the fittest
the fittest culturally) intellec-
tually, technologically.
THE LEAN fit re; r
that ly, yet
they are del fit-
test to curb their natural in-
ivhom the i Irth
rate la ilready peri
I i It is in the na-
ture of the value system of the
ercult iral, ii ti Uectual
igical to limit the n .
bers of their children anyway
For a variety or reasons, that
is one of the fat.ns contribut-
ing to then- being fittestwhih
;.t the same time the least fit
substitute numbers for- th Ir
back* i create a fifth
column "I hungry hordes des-
tined to engulf us an.
Let it be un The Sa-
u.timatum is but an echo of
the Third World's intention of
i sckmail in tin- regard far
more [Kitent than the blackmail
of Arab oil. It is not just direct-
ed against Israel.
It is an ugly portent that the
shall btherlt the earth.
'Show-Ancl-TelP Time Now
At Rossmoor Coconut Creek
Israelis Must Register
Israeli citizei ; oi
U.S. and in othei ister
at the
Sboi they
mu.-; .lie Lmms
Ga.
Otht re in I n, New York, r Hous-
IV Fran Isco and Los A
To obtain they may phone or write to
any of these offlc
It's "show-and-tell" time at
[B ^-moor Coconut Creek, the
[ad.ilts-only community being de-
|\ eloped near I'ompano Beach.
A year aco. we were just get-
started." said Larry I'chin.
prei lent ef marketing and
Now. after 11 months.
h. -moor Coconut Creek is at a
|i show-and-tell' stage. We can
.t our way of life concept
it really la, becauSS WS have
sklents whore actually In in.;
|i.
Nine h ties of the 18-hoIe golf
are now bein^ pi
la.lv. and Rossmoor (enter, the
|1 7 million social and recrea-
jonal complex, is already being
Residents irs taking golf
IS from pro Ray Daley on
Ihc course.
Although Rossmoor Center
n't completed '- are us-
gfl| two of the seven buildings in
1C huge complex for parties and
Mher recreatiorul activities.
than 6~> fanulies
^ave already moved into Bahama
(illage. Rossmoors first con-
Jtr.ution phase
Bahama Village has S04 con-
iiminium apartment residences
220 two-story Caribbean \;llas Projections for Ross-
moor are for an adult community
(no residents under 21. and one
family member must be 43 or
older) of 5500 residences
Completed units are now avail-
able for immediate occupancy in
Bahama Village, and sales hr.ve
led for Nassau Village, the
ee. nd construction phase which
will have 24 villas, all near Ross-
moor Center. Furnished nod
of apartments in both Bah.,
and Nassau Village are on dis-
play, Including all five t>
0 or plans. Mess in both
tions start at $18,800 (studio
apartment), with no ground or
it creational lease, and all de-1
posits are escrowed.
Rossmoor's seci'rity-and pri\ acy
wall now encloses the adult see
t: m The gatehouse entrance is
attended around the clock by
I'inkerton Security Service. The
private streets ire patrolled by
mobile security units, radio-
linked to Ri>moors Security
Central and the Coconut Creek
Police Department
The health services center is
fully-staffed and equipped, in
eluding an emergency mobile
unit Five registered nurses are
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ENORAH
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5915 PARK DRIVE
MARGATE FLORIDA
Telephone 971-3330
Mark Weissman, L.F.D.
a
on the staff, and the center is
open night and day.
BusSMHJOf Coconut Creek is 31
miles north of Miami-Miami
Beach. \ Florida Turn
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Model i sad sales ol
are open daily from 10 until
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city of Cieonut Creek.
COMMODITY MARKET REPORT
Monday and Friday at 12:15
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- -,., OW**W ot Creator Fort I^udordol.
Friday, December 27.
*?
It's Mil In The Family*
At Temple Beth Israel
Temple Beth Israel, under the
spiritual leadership of Rabbi
Phillip A Labowitz. is continu-
ing it* program of total family
involvement in all aspects of
synagogue programming. Jules
Shapiro, president of Beth Israel,
has announced The key to a
vibrant synagogue is the involve-
ment of its members, especially
the total family, he sav.
Along with the educational di-
rector. Miles P Bunder. Mr Sha-
piro envisions a long series of
acuities to create this atmos-
phere.
Family services on Friday
night> will be increased, with
en.pha.-is on invohement of chil-
dren and parents ir. Mi way.
famine* will be able to experi-
ence the joy of worshipma and
learning together All too often.
families fail to experience mein-
happenir. her. The
Fr da] mrtit Family Sen
lid act as a catalyst :n ce-
mei >na faaulj ties
The Temp!e Sisterhood. undT
guidance of iU pn
V \ also jump-
rhe ban.!
i Friday
Bar Hal Witzvaha
Al Coral Springs
T rated t
He
end .ncluded a
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Mr- Dl
menses, and
Mr and Mrs Jack Zimmerman
and Mr and Mr
Mr and
vn and gran.l-
r of Mr- Pearl Inghmar
and Marl "" tad <
en To>k.n.
Saturday. Dec 21. Brian, the
son of Mr and M bar.
became a Bar Mitrvah in a
monies held in Israel, with many
member, of the family attend b
Coral Springs Hebrew Congre-
at Sahba'h
I ces each Pridaj -' R p
the
located at L'nivenit) Drlvi and
>lc Road Rabbi Max n
- spiritual leader; Howard '/
- pr.-sidTit
program at the temple. The first
of these Shabbat suppers will
take place on Friday. Jan 1"<
and is aimed primarily at the
farailv unit.
Rabbi Labowits and Cantor Neu
will be invohed in making prepa-
ration* for the meal in terms of
singing, prayers, and an under-
standing of the traditions of the
Friday evening meal A -Sabbath
Seder format will be used, in-
cluding a Sabbath Haggadah'
wh.ch will be prepared for home
use.
Other plans are underway to
involve Hebrew school chaldron
with their parents in a mean
ful school Dl Parents will
meet on a regular ba evenings to milar mate-
rial- children"? studies in
the afternoon schaols.
Beth Israel Nursery School
Organizes PareaH Group ## #
Temple Beth L>rael Nursery
School recently organued a
parents group, to be chaired by
Mrs Barbart Miller Announc-
ing the formation of this new
group was Mrs Sheila GreniU.
director of the Pre-School pro-
gram.
The parent committee has al-
ready been actively involved in
two areas During the holiday of
Chanukah. Mrs Miller and her
committee came in to rrake lat
kes with all the school children,
and helped prepare children for
a big Chanukah celebration with
the parents. ________ ^
Religious
Services
OBT lAUDttDAlf
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. *00
N W 5'th St. iConerativ) RB-
bi Milton J C'om.
Temple Emauu-El Service To Be
L'r(>cufcul Jty Iu Theatre ilrovm
Mrs Cookie B -man. chairman
IETH ISRAEL (Timpli 7'X W
Oakland Park B'vd Rate P-ii.i
A LaDowtz Cantor Maw **
af the School CoeamHtee. U moat
excited about all of these plans
and look, forward to a beautiiu!
and meaning! of act.vi- (
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Florida educator who met an un-
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accident
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will be conducted by Rahbi Ar-
thur J Abrams and Cantor Je-
rme Element The temple*
HarHap Theatre Group will pre-
sent a dramatic Sabbath aerviee.
based on the theme of "Exodus."
The Ones Shabbat after services
will hi- rnnv>red by Dr and
Mrs Jr^ D Oofesj of Ft. Lauder-
dale
Sabbath Dav services will be
h. I.I lion am Jan 4 by Rabbi
Arthur J Ahramt and Cantor Je
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Sunday Jan 5 at 10 a m Prof
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will present a 1- | ^i
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*M>*istnoridiar7 ci Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page U

Dinitz' 11isiiulnil Speech
Dec 29 To Be Major Address
| iseador Simcha Dintts,
ighest ranking Israeli dip-
hi in the United St.it -. will
t iker at the i'i~-
. t Foundation affair in hon-
* Israel Veteran* L>ec, 29 at
Fontalneblei i H its He is
ti i to discuss the ramifica-
of the Middle East situa-
both as it affects trad ami
other nattow invoh
I..on Kmn..-n B] Irltual
r <>f Temple Heth Sholom
band Reach, ami Dl Sol
Founder "f the H
Btioo will the cci-
to honor those who
ii chaai ti war la
i B '' Annuity
t : to provide n
. ans.
it.ru: Ml I IY : i-t-
i ha< many broad
.iti'>ns for Israel and the
D bi the
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ncming Immigration pol-

|i .-t week ai
tin-; rj the
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Israel Eyes the Most I j
Advanced U.S. Fighters ^
WASHINGTON (JTAi Israel ll report tiat-
Ing to purchase 48 ol the latest i.s. fighter planes, the McDon-
nell Douglas F-1S valued at over a half-billion dol
The terms and methods of payment are ua usskw
between the two co atries and may have figured In i-iaeii
Foreign Minister Jfl talks with U.S. offl ials here, in-
eluding Treasury Se retarj William Sin i
This, however, remains a matter of speculatJ -es
indicated that the Defeni Department bai I Cared
the planes to brael and thai Israel has etntaftl i tad.
Israel was a! tedly offered 48 "f the new Grumman-
buUt F-14 Navj Dght n but was sal I to prefer the less
expensive F-13 which is re IS one of th, most maneuver-
able aircraft in the a
MOt UVIN
DR. SOI STUN
Of. IfOM KKONISH
health, education and social wel-
fare programs In Israel I v
dt the population and the Foun-
dation, which raises f in i- I i
support then are an
Important part of providing Is-
raeli citizens with support."
jh-uits out Mi* l.evin. national
\ ice in in I aii ".in of
the S with Floi Ida ay. \i
Board "We expect that the Din-
Its speech will e of
the aspects :
Ix-Eichmann Aide
ow Advising Syrki
1 I. AVIV (JTAI Alois Brunner. who WSJ
Eichmaim and lirectlj responsible for tbi
5.000 Vienn. s. Jows to Na. i death cam;*, is presently em-
as an advisor on Jewish affairs by t>.e Syrian Propa-
:1a Ministry.
JThat information was sent to the Attorney General in
mrjr. West Germany, by Tuvia Friedman, head of the
war crimes documentation institute in Haifa, for use in a
U ing prepared against 196 Na/i war criminals who par-
Ited in the deportation of French Jews.
Iwtl'WER'S l'R:sr.N >me time. Efforts by the Austrian authorities to have him
i I.ted were unsuccessful.
|Ai -ording to Friedman, Brunner turned up in Vienna in
th, 1938, at the time of the "Anschluss" and soon earned
name of "Mi nster of Vienna."
[l addition to the deportation Of Viennese Jews, he partici-
iil in the extermination of Jews ii. i and in the de-
Ition and deaths of I 10,000 French Jews
[Hi- hiother, Anton, was hanged as a war criminal.
UQISIN
PRESENTS TWO GALA
NEW YEARS UE DINNERS
Early Dinner
.6:0O-8;0O P.M. f 12.30 Far Person
Including Cala Gourir.tl Dinner
New Years Eve Dinner Party
9:30-? $17.50 Per Pcnon
Including: Cala Gourmet Dinner
Favors Music e Dancing
Rrwnations Only Call Tippe at 866-1661
S15I COLLINS AV. SEACOAST
MIAMI BEACH TOWERS EAST
Ol
newspajier accounts which may
now coni as ee who are i on
cerned about Israel and its fu-
ture."
I> heated to "Builders Of The
In The Homeland," the
the very su
fu! XV anniversary celebration
which raised $430,000 In eddi-
'-. The tot
by Histadrul Campaign and by
the i itan Ii at
over S33 million.
"Record attendance is expect-
ic to wl h munity in-
iment in helping to provide
tor the valiant de
eii Hi [srae \\ sai Bei I
Steinberg, executive director of
the South Flori 11 Re
Tickets foi the affair ms
requei Hisl i Ii it
at 20 Lincoln Hd
Beach. Ar.tn
continue through 1973 with the
MM Winter Conference Feb.
19-19.
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IN THE CITY OF TAMARAC
AND ADJACENT AREAS
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TELEPHONE 721-2200


Pag 12
Jmistncrktiar d Gractar Fort Laudardale
Friday. December 27
Campaign Moving Ahead...
j? Passes $700,000 Mark
Continnrd from Page 1
Several national and internation-
al personalities will be in the
community during this period to
keynote and headline a number
of these meetings.
"The key to the campaign's
success lies in the quality of the
outstanding leadership that has
taken important Campaign
roles," Mr. Baer said He praised
all of the members of the Cam-
paign Cabinet, which is the top
leadership and policy making
body for the campaign.
Mr. Baer particularly singled
out Albert GarniU. president ol
the Federation, for the dedica-
tion, devotion, and overall leader-
ship th3t he has given to the
campaign in addition to the myri-
ad duties as chief officer of the
Federation
k Women's Division Announces
[ Calendar For '75 Campaign
Continued from Page 1
noted that the Women's Division still needs workers in all phase- of
Mi activities. Volunteers are requested to fill out the Help Wanted"
form found in this Isbjm ol the JEWISH FLGR1D1AN.
January
6Gait North Fast luncheon at home of Mrs Bert Lot*.
7 All Sisterhood luncheon at Temple Fmanu Fl.
8North East planning meeting at home of Mrs Howard Miller.
3.1All City Advance Gifts luncheon at Woodlands Countrj Club.
14 Plantation coffee at home of Mrs. Michael Halle.
20 -Gait Ocean Iflk luncheon at the Imperial Hou-e
21 Plantation luncheon at home of Mrs Robert Granite
22Point of Americas luncheon at the home of Mi- MOM Samet.
27Woodlands lunch at hOBM ol Mm. Edmund Fnt'm
28North Fast luncheon at home of Mrs Arnold Abbott.
29Palm-Aire luncheon at Holiday Inn.
30 Inverrary luncheon at Invcrrary Country Club.
February
3 Woodlands luncheon at home of Mrs. Robert Ad'.cr
5Campaign Cabinet Meeting.
10Pompano Beach luncheon
24Women's Division Campaign Cabinet Meeting.
25 thru 27Telethon Campaign.
Jr. I:SY Group
Hold* Flections
The Jr I'SY youth group of
>:e Beth Israel recently held
elections for the 1974-75 season.
Fleeted were Bonnie F
prc>:,lent: Hope president. Debbi Hirsch. 2nd vice
president; Susan Berman. Ml
urer: Ronnie Martin, correspond-
ing -ecrctary; and Tracy Cartm.
recording secretary.
The Jr I'SY group is the 7tt
and 8th grade youth group at the
temple It meets on the second
and fourth Thursday of each
month in the temple's annex
The newly elected executive
board will meet on a regular
basis to help plan programs for
the group Programs will include
trips, athletic a programs
and indoor activities, cultural
and religio rana, an I
fintionaJ sessions.
Ad\i'T In "he ^roun : Mike
Rechts< haffer Youth Director Is
P Bund* r Youth Oo
Moo Chairman ii V. I-ang
Homecominq Service For
All College Students Set
; Arthur Abrami and
| Jerome R
duct i special Home< on
ice for all College Studenti I -
daj at I 16 p m
Fmanu Fl of Greater Fl I
dale, a Reform
cated at 3245 W. Oakland 1
Blvd.
RabM Abrans*! sermon uill be
"faraal ftsawli and Asar
Jew.- Ail OOlk ,'c Students arhfl
are members oi Temple F.manu-
El are invited to attend w.th
their parents
Help Wanted <
Women's Division of Greater Fort LauderdaV Jei*
eration would like to know more about you.
INNOIA EMENT on the part of each one of u c*a ta
Federation* leaving work in Fort ldardalc t fulfill^
periencc Please fill out this form.
YEAR "OlriO INVOLVEMENT
f ) Hold n coffee in my home for si* or mor.1 f- eadi to]
of needs of the community and Jews everywnsn
( ) Attend sessions on Worker-Training to then bt ej
anre during solicitation.
) Telephoning for campaign or administr.v r,n^
volunteer
) Service to Elderly
) Transportation
) Je*i>h Welcome Wagon
I Typing
) Clerical
( ) Witation
HOAL TU.ENT OR TRAIMNC
i | Youth leadership
( ) Theatrical
1 | MuMcal
i i Public Relations
( ) Writing
( ) Public Speaking
( ) Adrertlstai
Pn .-ani/at'on leadership
I I-|FR\TION uiwuini I
( ADocadM
i Youth and Faculty
(
i nnttj Relations
( | .1. vish t'ulture
( I Jcwi-h Fducation
- trial Welfare
. i n
Youth Service*



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