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. ;
Fred K. Shochet.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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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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^Jewisti Florid!ian
lume 4 Number 2
of \ti n ioiit lxiih iiinn:
Friday. January 24, 1975
i'rice 25 cenbj
Rabbi Lelyveld Keynoter At Inverrary
ASc Silverman, chairman of
, Inverrary VJJA Campaign.
HOttBOMl that Rabbi Arthur
Mid. the immediate past
I ,1 president of the
* ;in Jo wish Congress and
honorary president, will be
Teen Academy of Jew
-. sponsored by th?
I Federation of Oft
tr Fort Lauderdalc. will
IfondJSJ at 7 30 p.m. at
le Kmanu-El. according
Barn A\l-r. assistant di-
uf the Jewish Fcdcra-
[Uon An outstanding pro-
dealing with Tu Blah
I U lie ircsentcd at the
Mr Axler said there are
>".il openings in the school
I argi d all interested
i en agei -. grata 10 VI. to
t him Jt the Jewish
D office.
the keynote speaker at the formal
opening of the 1975 Inverrary
UJA Campaign Monday at 8:00
p.m. in the main oa.iroom of the
Country' Club.
Rabbi Lelyveld is spiritual
leader of the Fairmont Temple
in Cleveland. Ohio, and is vice
president of the Central Con
fcrcncc of American Rabbit
Since IMS, he has chaired the
Annual America -Israel Dialogue
of the American Jewish Congrai
at the Wei.'mann Institute at Re
hovot. Israel, the Haifa Technion
and the leader of Van Leer In
stitute :n Jerusalem
Rabbi Lelyveld was the general
dudrmu of the 1963 Cleveland
Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign
and has served as president of
the Cleveland Hoard >f Kahlii-
In 1972. he win honored with the
Silver Medallion, the Jewish Com
nuiiiity Federation'! highest
Rabbi Lelyveld, who is refer-
red to in Who's Who in
America."' has written volumin-
ously on various aspects of life.
Including population control,
Author Gerda Klein Guest At
[Women's Division Functions
. "in. an author and
i mt, ivtll be the
-\ ral
ig to
' \me. gem
,.:; an of the Women's
will .'I
ul the Won:
. r; in Woodlands and
t and ooffbe meetingi
hi Mm. lanal Sha-
iiiin of the ''
Women's Division; Mrs
fc> Milier. eliairmnn of the
St Women's Division.
Paul ChudBDW, chair-
IhC Plantation Women-
lei la Weissman Klein's
i itobiograghgr. ah But
which is bastst OB her
lences in Nazi-occupied F.u-
has lieen heralded as OJM
the great human documents
l ne out of World War II.
i Klein's early experiences
i' alto incorporated into a
I 'in presentation. "Where
k You In 1939?" which was
y presented to an enthusias-
. audience at the 1962 Nation-
' JA Conference and then
went on a "n>ad tour" to fill en-
gagements in many parts of the
Mrs. Klein played herself, as
did Mathilda der! Brailove and Paulette (Mrs.
Israel D> Fink, both honorary
Coatinuee an Page S
TaySachs Screening Jan.
Marlene Weitr. ehainnan of the Tay Sach* Committee of The
.*ish Federation of Greater Tort Lauderdale. urges couples in
le Greater Fort Lauderdale area to participate in the TaySachs
reenins Sunday, from 1130 am to 330 p.m. at Temple Beth
rael. 7100 W. Oakland Park BlvC. A voluntary donation to
p expenses is suggested.
Tay Sachs is a genetic disease which affects children whose
krents are of Askenaiic descent. Couples are urged to take
vantage of this opportunity to be tested to determine whether
not they are carriers of the Tay Sachs gene.
censorship, punishment and is a
contributing author to the Hart
Publishing Company.
The Cleveland Jewish Com-
munity honored Rabbi Lely\ eld's
service to Zionism and to the
Jcwiih National Fund In creating
the Rabbi Arthur J Lelyveld
forest in Israel In May. 1965,
he received an award For His
tingui hod Service to the NAACP
and the cause of Freedom.'
A native of .V a Y irk City, Dr.
Lelyveld was for 10 rears national
director of the B nal B rith Hillel
Foundation. From 1944 to 1946,
he was executive director of the
Committee on Unity for Pa
tine and from l'56 to 1958 he
served as executive vice chair-
man of the America Israel Cul-
tural Foundation. He is presently
a member ol the Board of Trus-
Conttnued on Page 2
Federation To Sponsor Feb. 7-8
Area-Wide Inter-Faith Weekend
Aivin Capp, chairman <>f the
Community Relations Commit'
tee oi the Jewish Federation ol
lit lauderdale. n-
nced thai the Community
tu Committee will spon-
the first area-wide tab
faith Weekend, Feb. 7-8.
i for the weekend
will b Rabbi Balfour Brkkner,
Ian and di-
of the National Depart-
i InterrettsjkMM
i,i the Union ol American He-
ine a Congregations __________
Arabs Hold
zhak Salem, an Israeli soldier
reported missing after a raid on
a terrorist hideout in Taibeh vil-
lage in southern Lebanon, is
live and well in a Lebanese
pi ison.
His capture and prisoner of
war status was reported by l^eb-
anese sources and confirmed by
the International Red Cross.
SALEM WAS part of an Is-
raeli commando force that blew
up a house in Taibeh that shel-
tered terrorists. An unspecified
number of terrorists were killed
in the action, but no Israeli cas-
ualties were sustained.
Salem became separated from
his unit when he fell asleep dur-
ing a rest stop on the return to
While trying to find his way
to the border, he became lost.
He was apprehended by Leba-
nese police when he entered a
village in search of food.
raeli border settlements met
with government authorities re-
cently over reports that Syrian
army units may soon be station-
ed in southern Lebanon.
Rabbi Brickner will speak Prl
day. Fab, 7, from 9 00-11:30 a.m.
to area Jewish and Christian
clergy at Temple Emanu-EI.
This meeting is being present-
< t by the Jewish Fed< ran >n in
u ith the Fort La
erdale Mil A !
and Temple Emanu-El's Men's
Club and Jewish
will b< After Tun Tl
He "ill
ol area business, community.
Civic o'l nment leader- .it
a luncheon at Valle's
sponsored by the Community
Relations Committee, where his
topic win be "An Asa> ssn nt of
Christian Jewish Relations,
1975." He will take into consid-
eration current trends and re-
< ontiim.d on rage %
Campaign Reaches
$1 Million Mark
Allan E. Baer, general chairman of the Jewish Federation's
1975 United Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign,
has announced that the Campaign has surpassed the $1,000,000
This total represents an increase of 40 per cent on a card
for-card basis over the same cards last year.
Mr. Baer said that the situation in the Middle-East is a
"boiling cauldron" and that Israel must continue to know and
understand that she has the full-hearted support of American
Jews at this critical time.
Mr. Baer urged every member of the Jewish community to
step forward and give a meaningful and even sacrificial contribu-

Pag* 2
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Fort Tmniardnla
Friday. Jcnuaiy 24
Rabbi Lei weld Keynoter
At Inverrarv Jan. 27
Cirtin*d from P' l
tees o( the I'nion of American
}!. trt Congregations and of the
Kine. Jr.. Center
f, r Social Hun
Rabbi LelyvelJ went to V
ajpei during the mtramer of 1*64
a. par. of the team of Cleveland
( -..-. for ervicc m a Ministrr
< tmd of Fed-
erated Organizations under the
aasptres Ot the National Council
of Chut on Race
and Religion It was duiing that
'a> that ne was severely beaten
\ > f2refationisU.
In stressme :h. pOTtafl volume
rf the need- n tonal Mr Silver
man -aid that we in America and
In\errar> must increase our
Bjatef and we rnu^t reach all of
t Jawatk families in our area.
Paraphrjm;; Colda Meir.
f :aer Prime Minister of I>rael.
h Mid are depenlent upon
each other because the State of
. IHHMJ that you need us. that
r :- part and parcel of > 'ur
1 'hat you cannot imagise
row a Jewish life anywhere in
the world witnaX I-ra 1 growing,
rleveloping. >trufglmg winning;.
We feei MM toda\ and Israel
fee! the -ame
' Irael withtmt you has m
Beaninf whatsoever w .thout
your ideat.fication with it. with
. the tern 'hat if it if
in brael, you feel bad'> .'
H |oad ill Nrae!. -h- re i
arts."' he added.
"The v*r> thmtjht that you are
. Heeirmtnc more and more to
1 ic the younger generation in
the midst of those who care and
those who beuere th is one
of the miracles in the world not
because of pogroms not became
you are not a.iowia aa>l>
but because you are free,
have chosen out of freedom to
remain Jews and to identify with
the sovereignty f the Jewish
peon* in the State of Israel.
I lasts there is a Jewish peo
pie Urael makes no sense. It did
not make sense when we fou-ht
the War of Liberation practically
emptv handed M080 against
tens of millions Would it make
tense if we knew that Israel was
not for ourselves' And we knew
we were right when we had mass
immigrations from the camp- in
Europe and from Arab count ne*
sometimes a thousand a dav. And
now when we see the Russian
Jews come in. we know that Is
rael makes sense."
The Inverrary-UJA Committee
has been hard at work for a
number of week* setting up van
uws meetings so that more and
more residents will be exposed
to the first-hand information of
what is haimening in Israel, and
what must be done about it
Member* of the Committee n
addition to Mr .vlwrroan. are
Lewis Becks. Chick Blank. I>a\e
Cooperman. Jack I>andnn. Al-
fred DeBeers. Mike DeVarri*.
Ben Fppy. Tobias Feder. Walter
Fradm. Nat Goldstein. George
Halpern. Leonard Hazen. Hv
H ffmaa, Hildi Rudolph
I.idskv. Al Mars. Sam <>ppen
heuner. Rabm Emanuel Schenk.
Pr o P Siherman and Leonard
United Way Steps
Vp Its Efforts
Broward County I'ni'ed Way
officials concerned abcit their
waBonsibilitv to the community
m the midst of a w.-rsemn*
economy -ire askinc -rkers to
step op campaign efforts in a
fuul campaign push.
Harold I Walker, campaign
chairman, an! G K LMuM,
Jr. United Way president, are
asking all cami>ai*n chairmen p)
gi\e a final push to the campaign
before the February annual
Walker said many professional
and business people and !" il
residents who have pledged In
the past still have not m.. Ic
pledges this year, but he Ml
certain that with the added push
the Initted Wav can meet the
community's minimum needs
Anyone who has not made a
pledge to the I'nited Wav gad
wishes to do so. may send
or pledges to the office at 1300
S Andrews A\e
l InteMatkmal > iMajje P|a
Gala Campaign Event Feb.
Federation To Sponsor Feb. 7-8
Area-Wufe Inter-Faith Weekend
;-itical economic and >-
4 ai .ssuas.
Rabta Bnckner will address
0ai '-nacrecatioo at Temple
anu-El at Fridav evenm;
services and Terapie Beth Israel
at Saturday mm mag services.
."abas Hrxkner is currently a
remher <>t the Steering Com-
'ee of the International Jeu-
) aMdaaffaaaBj an agency wt*
purpose is to meet perimiica
h i epretentativea of
< fftaretM u I
the Vdii mi- Caaaaattai
Ho*t (rf a waaWjr national ra-
c Ju-
Federation of Reform Syna-
gogues, he has written extensive-
ly and iias aftaa appoared on
local and national television.
Assisting with the planning of
the programs were Rabbi Ar- i
thur Abrams. Robert Hermann. |
Federation's first vice president.
N'-man Ostrau and Al Roth.
Commenting that the Inter-
faitli Weekend is an important
in fostering cooperation
hufkfllH good r< l.ittons and
better understanding between
the Jewish and n-m-Jewish i
munity, Mr Cajm suapaatad I
on the
Jewish Federation"* I
mnritti the M -n-
inr-t Harry- Axter. assistant di-
rector of the Jaadari on.
at the F< ce.
Study Group To
Meet On Mondays
The Sisterhood of ft
Emanu-El. Fort Lauderdslr
announcing a new Stud-. Ql
whxh will meet for six COaaeca
tne Monday moroUuCi Feb. 1
through March 17 froa l
11 15 am
R*bbi Ai-mir Abrarr< wil". 'ead
the "n and it the
book ''Firatfruitt, a H pel M al
2J Years of Israeli Writing
This series will attempt to
provide an understand;:ig of the
Israeli and his culture tanN -^
contemporarv Israeli literature
The book will be available at
each session.
There is no charge for this
series. Brryone is welcome to
attend and is urged to bring
friends N'^-n are also encouraged
to join the study group Contact
Adrienne Hoffman for further
The International Village I'JA
Committee has planned an eve-
ning of gaia entertainnvnt with
a message Monday. Feb. 10. at 8
p.m in the main clubroom. ac-
cordmg to an announcement
made by HIlaB I-eibo and Al
Mars who are serving as
chairmen of the International
age I'JA Campaign !<>r Is-
irt i eatartalnai w:
h huiuorut I'nul
ban, adsoai motto i* km Ya>
,,j _. The Jewish Pe*>i>le
an | h.w career
Itda atad to the paaservattaa
..i its rich culture, especially its
humor and MM
M- C.irMfi wlx*e mel..
was inherited from ru
: ither a oaatO) f'r manv >
,rt>. cat atadaai l'ai-
ind eaalarla] se-
- mentations
the International
Village-'"J A CunmdiaM are Al
Sam !
Arrine QauMk Ralfi We\ler.
K "-rue >m Mayers'n.
;ie an.! Raad I 4UaB. Sain
lieieite.t!. TJaatma aaWanlf, Gre-
ta Marked. Lea Poajaraati,
j !.. ar I Mrs. Milton
Frank and R
and Je**e | _^l
man- fcBBBa t-iana-r

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Fields. I)r 1
Orenstem. Pj
RutKn,t.,in u
Teen Divis,
Meetinor j^J
The T.^ r
Jewish ft
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v '
meeting w>
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I'JA (".. ,
Jonathan. rntf television act
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Friday, January 24, 1975
* If*/fThridter ed Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pago 3
Author Gerda Kleiii Guest At
Women^s Division Functions
f Continued from Prngr- 1-
rhairmen of the L'JA Women's
In the fall of 196.'.. Mrs. Klein
i ,iul her first visit to Israel, ac-
I .diving UJA's Women Divi-
n Sliuly Mission to Kurope
Israel. She saw at first
hand the life-saviriR and rehabil-
itating I'JA supported agencies
operation and came home to
loll the impressive story in
easing r-nRapemonts.
Mis Klein was born in Bie-
i/ iMielskoi. Poland whore she
(,1 with her parents and
brother at the time the German
let (Kui'ted Poland in 1939.
In the midwinter of 19-15. as
Nazi empire Ixcun to crum-
1 Ix-fore the advancing Allied
,.. t'i 1,000 women inmates
her ramp in Silesia were
one thousand miles aaet-
: ward Chechoslovakia by
Gestapo When the march
t to a halt in a small vtl-
in that country, there weir
than joo sui
\ < r, fate Intei vsned for
Kiein in the form of an
\n e contJngeal of U 8. m-
conunanded by u Kurt
hleh entered that village
- Sw marrted him
i year later and came to the
book, "All Bit My life"
has been hailed by critics m the
Utdted States, Knsland. and
Holland as due of the fflOSl
moving and beautifully written
books of Jewish raftering and
survival.'' It has also been
placed in the Rritish War Mu-
ni as a reierence work on
European history.
Mr. and Mrs Klein reside in
suburb of Buffalo, NY., where
Mr. Klein has his own printing
i ninea and where Mrs. Klein is
active in community organiza-
tions. Including the Buffalo
chapter of H.i lessen. The Kleins
are the ; an ntl of tliree chil-
Mn k; .. with j
people m her own community
and wherevi i the goea she likes
to meet with them to axcJuu
vlewi and Ideal Excerpts from
her book are now being used as
iart of "Peripectlvea In Litera-
ture" in the secondary schools
throughout the I SLA, system.
Her article! have also appeared
in the Buffalo Evening News
Coui the New York
Ad litlona] information on the
lined bj con-
(acting the area chairmen or
Barry Axler Assistant Director
of the Jewish Federation, .it I
t ice.
BBW Chapter Is
Meeting Thursday
Ft. Lauderdale chapter B'nai
B'rith Women was to hold a
dar meeting Thursday at
12:30 p.m. in the Roark Recrea-
tion Center. 1720 NW 60th Ave .
SunrlM, honoring all past presi-
dents of the chapter in a musi-
cal, original skit written by Mrs
Jack "l.iebman. Mrs. Bernard
Barasch is featured pianist and
Mrs. Jerry Schachme the vocalist.
Mrs. Sam Sheps is president
of the chapter, Mrs. Harry Mee-
row. program chairman, and
Mrs, Newton Steinberg, hostess.
Refreshments will be served.
The program will be highlight-
ed by the visit of the District
Five Bnai B'rith Women presi-
dent Mr- Harry Ornsteln. Db>
Five comprises mam-
ben and extends from Baltimore
South to Key West Visitors are
welcome to attend.
Tamarac Chapter Meeting
Tamarac Chapter. City of Hope,
Will hold its next regular meet
ing Tuesday. Feb. 4, at 1 p.m.
in The Tamarac Jewish Center ,
!iioi \\v 57th St.. Tamarac
Mildred Stern will review the
bo< k Plain Speaking' by Merrill
Miller, Members and non-mem-
bers arc invited.
\]%ed Books Needed By Brandeis [/.
lauderdale Pompano
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il i- important for the
ei Con Ittee to raise
f< r the iii rary,
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( .i ii< l paperbacks,
. may be off on
ngs at 510 NK
Warehouse 100, <>r c'all
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rboas whl< b are
I ,(t the tak will be dst-
to hus| Its Is, prisons,
community canters and migrant
woi ken
The Musk for the Music Lov-
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Sisterhood Interfaith Luncheon
Scheduled Fct, 4 At Eniaiiu-El
The Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El will hold its annual In-
terfaith luncheon meeting Tues-
day, Feb. 4. at 10:45 a.m. Wom-
en from Fort Lauderdale s many
churches are being invited as
The program, which will be
called The Seder"the Celebra-
tion of Passover," will attempt
to give their non-Jewish gaestl
some knowledge and understand-
ing of the story, ritual and joy
of this religious holiday.
The guest speaker, Rabbi Ar-
thur Abrams. will point out some
interesting relationships between
Easter and Passover. Cantor Je-
rome Klement will lead in the
singing of Passover songs.
Sisterhood members arc being
urged to attend to welcome these
guestl and to help answer ques-
tions that some of them may
have. For reservations please
phone Jean Skollar.
Adcle Roth is program chair-
man. Jean Skollar. Dorothy Res
nick and Laura Steinberg are
Circle cochairmen.
The Evening Sisterhood of
Temple Emanu-E! will hold a
regular meeting Wednesday Fell
12. at 7:45 p.m., in the All-Pur-
pose Room.
Linda W'ti-ht of the Pink Pui
sycat Floral Shop. Plantation,
will demonstrate how to create
floral arrangements with greens,
dried flowers and terrarium
plants. A question and answer
period will follow.
Flo Avron is program chair
man. Rose Rouse will be hostess.
B'nai B'rith Lodge 1438
Plans Dinner-Dance Feb. 9
The annual dinner-dance of
Bnai B'rith Lodge No 1438
will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 9, in the Venetian Room at
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+Jml*tncrld*>r rf Gre^ Fort Werdale
Friday, January 24
Allon's Goals Unclear
Foreign Minister Yigal Allen's visit with Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger comes at a particularly difficult time.
There is the postponement of Communist Party Chief
Leonid Brsshnev s trip to Cairo, the purposes of which still
remain unclair. and so any deductions about it on the
possibility of peace between Israel and Egypt remain pure
There are the conflicting rumors about the extent of
the territorial concessions Allon is prepared to enumerate
as Israel's contribution to peace in the Middle East.
Some of these rumors have suggested that Israel
would be willing to give up the strategic Gidi and Mitla
Passes in the Sinai and even the Abu Hodeis oil held
provided the U.S would make up the loss in petroleum
from its own supplies.
There is Dr. Kissinger's growing embroilment in the
war in Vietnam, on which his Nobel Peace Prize for end-
ing it obviously has had no effect at all.
Perhaps the most difficult of all these considerations
is the last. Congress is sure to put a firm clamp on the
administration's rekindling of an active American military
role in Southeast Asia, which some officials are already
advocatng if we don't want to see a total Communist
Whet Allon has to say to Dr. Kissinger may very well
hinge on the American posture in Vietnam. How can the
Israelis hope for a positive American contribution to peace
in the Middle East if, after years of fighting for peace and
freedom in Southeast Asia, it lets the Communists take
Dr. Schwartz Recalled
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, or "Joe," as those who knew
him intimately were privileged to call him, was among
that prophetic minority of Jewish leaders who rose to in-
ternational prominence at the moment of world Jewry's
greatest travail when Jews needed great leaders most
l>r. senwartr died last week m New York at the age
of 75. and he will be missed, but that kind of common
obituarial comment won't end the talk of this unique man
or the memories of him.
The spectre of a Jewish survival struggled up out of
the Hitlerian holocaust even before that tyrant died in a
Berlin bunker, and ahnost immediately there were men
of vision needed to guide the survival's destiny.
"Joe" was one of these me::.
His critical responsibilities at the Joint Distribution
Committee, as executive vice chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and later as vice president and chief execu-
tive officer of the Israel Bond Organization have been
noted again and again.
But they do not really tell the story of the imagination
he exercised, the energy he expended, the missions he
undertook toward the rescue of literally tens of thousands
of Jews from the clutches of Nazi Germany.
Or in behalf of a Jewish State as a principal witness
before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Pal-
estine, or of the hundreds of thousands of Jews who even
today owe their lives to him after World War II and dur-
ing the critical, fledgling days of Israel as a nation.
To say that he will be missed these ate mere
words. What he accomplished in his lifetime demon-
strates just how very much.
Genius of a Singer
The death of Richard Tucker saddens not only the
musical world specifically, but Jews particularly.
Years ago. we felt the profound tragedy in the un-
timely passing of the great Metropolitan Opera star
Leonard Warren as he collapsed during a performance
right on the Met's stage.
Now Richard Tucker is gone, felled by a heart attack
last week while on tour.
This leaves the last of this great Jewish quartet,
Robert Merrill and Jan Peerce, all of whom performed so
gloriously to the joy of music-lovers everywhere.
But Tucker's departure from the scene is particularly
unsettling. More than a great performer, he was also a
positive, active Jew, proud of his heritage and always
ready to be counted upon to contribute of his talent to
Jewish causes.
Perhaps it was Tucker's beginnings as a Chazzan in
a synagogue that will warm our memories of him. But this,
and his performing genius apart, we will also never for-
get his Jewish identification, his fierce pride in his tradi-
tion, which surely made him sing all the more gloriously.
A World Has Died With Kovnei
I WAS hocked the other (Jay
* utwn I read that Jacob Adlcr
had died in St. Petersburg at the
axe of 102.
It never struck me that he
was still alive.
As is often the rase with fa-
mous people blessed will' '""-
gevity. they give the impre.--
of having passed away years,
even decades before, and their
wtntuano.- come as a casual re-
port well after the fact like
a letter 1"-' the mail and
delivered long after you k'
what it was intended to tell you
in the first place.
BIT FOR me. Ad!.
matters very much imteed It is
as if he has died a second time.
and 1 must mourn him once
Actually, mourn" i< not the
richt mrd There was nothing
mournful nhnul Adler in life
Yiddish Utemy world knew
' As....
Max Lemer
Sees It
NEW YORK The United Na-
tion- m horn four years before
the midpoint of the century
Now three-quarter* of the WSJ
through the century it was meant
to save, there is a senous qoet-
tion of h<\\ lick the 1'nitcd Na
tions is. and how badly it has
n damaged by the .ictions of
its dominant current bloc.
M\ own f"iiHaj If hat it has
wounded itself deeplv but not
rvyond retrieval Its M-knr
that of a battlefield mint,
sadly misplaced in an BfgsjlfM
tion which was meant not for
partisan tut tie but for peacemak-
ing and peace keeping
WHEN THE League of Nations
died, its dea'h was widely as-
cribed to inaction at a time when
action was needed Arguing from
this, the Third World-Arab-Com-
munist alliance in the IN A-
semblv seems to have decided on
a series of almost manic actions
which change the working i
and even the character of the
They are well known by now
and wilt be footnoted in the
history books.
(hit wsj to welcome gun toting
Y.i- .! Arafat, the head of the
terrorist Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization (PLO). give his group
observer status and support its
claim to establishing a new Pales-
tinian state A second was to \
elude South Africa from the as-
semblv debates
A THIRD was to set a crip-
pling time limit on Israel I recog-
nized right to answer each p:
Arab opponent -
A fourth, in another forum but
dominated by the same alliance.
was effectively to denv Israel a
regional place in UNESCO and
to cut off it< small but symbolic
More is involved here than a
campaign aeainst Israel by its
enemies and their allies The
question reaches to the basic
philosophv of the I'nited Nations
THE SOUTH Africa issue is a
serious one constitutionally Ear-
lier presidents of the DM Assem-
bly had ruled that no member
state could be excluded from the
privileges of membership except
by the action off the Security
But the president of the 107*
session. Abdul Aziz Bouteflika of
Algeria, broke with the oast and
ruled that the assembly itself
could do it by a majority vote
Hence the meaning of the
phrase that John Scali. the
American delegate, borrowed
from Alexis de Tocqueville. call
ing the assembly action the
"tvrannv of the majority."
NO ONE obiects to majority
derisions when thev are reached
in a mature, reflective wav after
M the minorities their rights
of membership and debate
But the 1S74. ass mbi> broke
only Wi sN DP
i the essential
lid purpo.e of the organi
cannot have a functioning
agrld on 'f the ma-
jor." achieve
a t_ for mastery and
riding herd on the rs>
tiler than : unds
and preventing irreparat
POtTl N \TEI Y. the assembly
i not in :' United Na
tions 11m Set di
fumtion* and is still the medium
through which the dialogue be-
tw- powers and the
other member* can be carried on.
built-in. princ.ple of
consensui which the founding
.:eful to include
in it
The technical organizations
are MSJ they
folio.. IAI hapless ex
amplethey can still be useful.
Even a>*-mbly is useful
since |( furn.shes a stage on
h the newly liberated mini
nations can dramatize their
sense of national identity
Bl T ALL this could be de-
stroyed if a ma).rt of the mem-
ber nations, both in the assembly
and the technical organizations^
decide to use the I'nited Nations
potttal is the host nation,
and because of its wealth, the
United States has earned s dis-
proportionate burden of the
I nited Nations costs, and the
American people ha\e thus far
accepted the burden
The disquiet about the Tint. I
Nations which has spread among
the Americans is not the old iso-
lationism or even a new one It
is not even a form of American
nationalist pride
iT IS shared by every thought
ful person *h* world over who
has ever shared the dream of a
humanist world parliament
It is a kind of heartbreak st
watching a great entity destroy
itself by turning to the purposes
of partisanship what was meant
for mankind.
him by his pen n
- nd he woM ,. ^ *
to went tobem..-::n.^inT2
One of his Bl
collections of
-ZolPn Yidden La hen" ,
Jews Laugh" .. .-..,, k *
comedian's view of Jewuh-J
ence in this ^
tears, and he would :.c,er
it any other way.
IT rX>K mt Ida* ori
ner or "Papa
him. evokes the ,-y %m
my rruldhtxat
It was a eta m ,
filled with the ., lft7
ings of nddtnl n n',f
composers, pre-ii ...
and philovi;
Manor wen
I>t ?WU*-
Boom came tbatr
-*. ,
cask n. wen
'' th*
\l I. Ol
Ml bar an:
and a
Unktorn .ere
frustrated. ""p*
" tpimbemke intai
and i a<*-*N
air >.
I suppose i
close to a
possibly can be < xcept that
with km
luftmenscn arid _
Judgment ros an mi
to eat my ; .
way*, and n't hf j
out arvi gel I tabie
THE I.KiUivs fie* i

house eel l
their am aaa
against tl i

their gem l-
father, n- I I twri
was a
best sense
en i^a*' ht, w
n pnrticu now
I MaVl meat
became and '
! ring I
tic army U
alcoholic nee-:
M bei I
in T 40U
t tm
Trade It ear
Daily Korw.i
Talebende "'
as popular as
etteis t., Bl V/*"*
advice to read.
grave pnwonal ukmiht,
insssssTH pnurad V
drees of tsssnaar as *f"^
hep* the) .1 k>w
tl*ir own 11 J**
Hk siK.-e
a|rt. Quscklj he n^"-
what the Others angrj
"estate *
Ceaiiased tf P'
^Jem's/7 f/cricfian
omen ana plaxt ij n.e. eta ax. aiiassu. ranm
ADVKaTIHIXCl nHfAMTMKST _. _^,j, :1 ^
uiAiii Aii>iiEu8 ponNim. MiMBn. avMa n H^
Sailor and FtlUte*r Biortiliv* Edllof ___Jl^KW"**
Of Th. M.rOMnd.M Ai^rX>-* C*l"""
PutnabaS w-Wseklr _
Secood CUat Po*ug Paid at KCaau. ^
Th J*l.h furioan haa akaereaS tha Jawtoh U'*r [ r
Mtmbtr of th* .l(n T.I.BrioH.e AfSfKy. M"" ,..if. A"
cat*, w.nawa. K.-w. .r.,c Nat.cnal IBitaclal ArT;! ,
cialisn lnilnii.jMnh Nawaaapara, aw* *> "*r
sonacaiFTioN rath: (l*c
Volume 4
Friday. January 24. 1975

January 24. 1975
'Jewishrfrrkfton o* Greater Fort Lcroderdale
Page 5
Jan. 29 Seminar Sponsored By n O 9 f* m
-**. w.^. P,_L Lfenounce Stern s Prison Term
Florida Pharmacist* Fraternitv
Sod* it Ffbftdl flilptef Of
^i Phi International Phar
[utical Fraternity is holding
_ hour accredited eontinuinjj
^tin seminar on Wednesday
,m at the First Federal
,1 & lA>tn Ann.. 1O01 Bis-
Blvd North Miami Beach.
:ianl Friedland. assistant
director of Key Pharma-
,i Ind of Miami, will speak
rhe Role of '* PtaSTrmaeeu-
[Manufacturer in Relation to
DA. at Local and National
! .l.v.ird Cnhn. a practicins
of Hallandale. will
nn "Urinary Tract Stones "
r- will be a short business
for the fraternity mem-
loUowhaf the seminar These
open to all practie-
jd visiting pharmacists and
Saks of Hollywood is con-
i I neat ion chairman as-
(Joldner. Hallan-
ttncr. Hollywood.
I ; d North Miami
b V.'ilosin. North Mi
>ach. AUil Katz. Hollywood
Barron, Hollywood.
1'or I.ouis Golenben:
*! tHe" chance! lor i>f-th* frater-
In its four hour accredited
seminar Sunday. Jan. 5. in the
auditorium of Washington Fed
eral Savings and Loan Assn.. 633
N* l7th St.. North Miami
ltd Paetro. director of Health
Education of the Health Dept. of
Broward. spoke on "Ovemll Ac
tivities and Rrsronsibilities of
the Broward County Health
Dr Jesse Arnold, director and
Dr Irvinu Strum^f. consultant
of the M I.C. program, discussed
"Maternity and Infant Care,
Project No. 547."
Paul M. Tocci. Ph.D.. director
of Biochemical Genetics Lab and
TaySachs Disease Testing Pro-
gram of I'niversity of Miami
School of Medicine, described
"Research in Tay^Sachs Disease."
Robert Lantos. riirrrtor of
Pharmaceutical Services. Shands.
Teaching Hospital and associate
professor and director of the
Graduate Program in Hospital
Pharmacy. College of Pharmacy.
l'ii!\ of Florida, lectured
[graeli TV Actor To Speak At
[ho Women's Division Luncheons
! noted Israeli
ei >nality, will si*ak
Division luncbi
i [nverrary nezl
ding to Mrs Harry
Mn Ann Monarch.
'I the Palm-Aire
Division and
It'll Bv Bl\-ma
|th Aliyall carries Hatias-
largest commit-
and with Ruaaian young -
| kng in Israel the need
for a new learning
gaining program for them
this reason Blyma Group
North Broward Chapter
ih has dedicate.I the
January as Youth Ali-
: th.
Harry Krimaky. president
Blyma Group, reports
filler the aegis of Mrs.
Myer, fun rnt. and Mrs. Dave Rosen-
Youth Aliyah chairman.
ii have opened their
fries of mini-lurii'li-
[hout the month. The
I iei raised will go to
>!i There are approx-
29 hostesses involved in
Abram Silvermen, chairman of
the [nverrarj Women's Divtaten.
Tlie Film Aire luncheon will
l>c heM at the Holiday Inn on
Commercial Boulevard Weiines-
day. and the Inverrary luncheon
will follow Thursday, Jan. ."so,
at the Inverrary' Country Club
Mr Loaaaj \*as born in Kib-
butz Kfar-Blum and received his
degree in drama from Tel-Aviv
University. He appeared in Eng-
lish programs of the Israel In-
structional Television Trust,
when* he is still acting today.
In the 1967 War Mr. Lucas
served on the Syrian front, and
in the Yom Kippur War he was
on the Egyptian front.
Mr Lucas' father is the Di-
rector of the Israel office of the
British Zionist Federation, his
mother teaches education at Tel
Aviv University, and his brother
Is a ship commander in the Is-
raeli Navy
Sisterhood Card Party
The Sisterhood of the Mar-
gate Jewish Center will hold its
regular card party Tuesday at
12:30 p.m. The usual social hour
"coffee and" will precede the
can! party.
ish- leaders have" denoimc%d hfra
the eight-year prison term and
property conflacetton sentence
knpsaed by a Ukrainian court
on Dr. Mikhail Stern, the Vin-
nitsa Jewish endocrinologist, on
charges of bribe taking and
Jewish sources in Moscow re-
ported that David Aksolbaunt,
Dr. Stern's defense attorney,
planned to appeal the sentence
which the court ordered In1 serv-
ed in a "strengthened" regime
labor camp, third most severe of
four categories.
THE PROSKCrriON had de-
manded a nine-year sentence.
Dr. Stern. 56. was convicted on
10 counts of taking bribes in re-
turn for medical favors and on
15 counts of bilking patients by
selling them medicine at inflated
prices. Dr. Stern pleaded not
guilty to all the charges.
Jewish activists in the Soviet
Union and abroad have charged
that Dr. Stern was a victim of
Soviet reprisals for planning to
emigrate with his sons to Israel.
One of his sons, Viktor, was
quoted as reporting that Dr.
Stern, who went on trial Dec. 11,
called his conviction a shame
on all those who show hatred
against Jews" and that he told
the court hLs conscience W8J
Dr. Stern, who was head ol
the poiyciinie department of the
Vinnitsa endncrinological dispen-
sary, was charged with accent-
ing favors in return for declar-
ing irsons unfit for military
service, in addition to allegedly
selling medicines at a iwrsonaj
IT WAS recalled here that
KGB officials calked in a num-
ber of Jewish activists to KGB
headquarters in Moscow on Dec.
B to tell them that the Soviet
Union had no intention of yield-
ing to foreign pressures on emi-
The sentence on Dr. Stern
was seen here as an indication
of that intention, following for-
mal Soviet denials of any link-
age between U.S. trade conces-
sions to Russia and an easing
of Soviet emigration restric-
Stanley H. Lowell, chairman
of the National Conference on
Soviet Jewry. Eugene Gold,
chairman of the Greater New-
York Conference on Soviet Jew-
ry, and the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry assailed the sen-
tence. *
LOWELL SAID that the pros-
ecution "could not even pro-
duce the witnesses" to "testify
as to Dr. Stein's alleged guilt"
and that he was guilty "only of
his outspoken support of his
sons' dartre to emigrate to Is-
Ijiwell observed that the
Stern case proved that there
was "an organized effort on the
part of the Soviet regime to
frighten Jews who wish to leave,
using all forms of harassment,
including arrest and trial on
trumped-up charges and long
prison sentences."
Cold declared that witnesses
who had originally accused Dr.
Stern changed their testimony
and said he was innocent of all
"The Soviet authorities, in
turning a deaf ear to the facts,
demonstrated their determina-
tion to railroad Dr. Stern into
prison and thereby discourage
his hmh from leaving the coun-
IIE STATED that the GNY *-
SJ was urging Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger to in-
tervene immediately on Dr.
Stern's behalf and asking lead-
ers in the Congress t s;>eak
ci it against this mockery of
The SSSJ said that Stern's
lawyer "was able to get aln I
every witness is of 19 in the
first three days of the Mai
a.oneto recant his memorized
testimony," making it obvious
that the doctor's only real
' crime" was a "passionate de-
sire" by the family to emigrate
to Israel.
An SSSJ spokesman safri the
SSSJ had sent a cable to Soviet
Health Minister Botis Petrovsky
demanding immediate medienl
care for Dr. Stern, who suffers
fn*n pulmonary tuberculosis and
a stomach ulcer.
Lou Jacobs To Be Featured
In Circus Here Jan. 22-28

The most famous and most
imitated down face In Amer-
ica belongs to a loft-apoken
gentleman named Lou Jacobs,
since 1929 one of the mainstay!
of Ringhng Bros, and Barn im &
Bailey Circus' Clown Alley and
generally considered the
est clown working toda> in any
circus in the wo
Loo Jacobs hea li the w
largest Clown Alley in the all-
new Bicentennial Edition of
Kingling Bros, and Barnum &
Bailey Circus arriving at Miami
Beach Convention Center Jan.
22 for performances through
Jan. 28.
Lou's the funny guy with the
big red nose, pointed head and
outsized grin whose cok>rfuI face
has appeared on The Greatest
Show on Earth's posters to* al-
most 30 years. Known to the
circus world as a "producing
clown," he's famous for his ridic-
ulous bathtub and
the world's smallest motorized
probably invented
nion- s "ii.> al conti aptioos to
it him In his merrymaking
i m any otl ivn living or
in Wlsermunde, Ger-
iny. Lou J oba studied a >-
batiea, barrel Jumping; contor-
tion work a:: i balancing after
School ami at night, starting
his profeestostel career as a com-
ic in a double-contortion act
With his partner serving as
"straight-man." He came to the
US. in 192.1. joined a Belgian
acrobatic act as a comedian and
toured vaudeville and fairs
across the country. In 1924 he
joined the Morris and Morris
Circus, and went with Ringhng
Bass, and Barnum L Ba;ley a
year later
Sabra Offers An Extra Prize To
Readers Of The Jewish Floriclian
The Sabra International Recipe
Contest which is being advert ised
in The Jewish Floridian has been
expanded to give an additional
prize opportunity to our readers.
Any reader who sends a recipe
using Sabra. the liqueur of Israel,
as an ingredient will be eligible
to win a deluxe Sabra Mini
Chalice gift Set which includes
a bottle of Sabra and special
serving cups.
All entries will also be eligiblo
for the grand prize of a trip to
Israel plus 40 other fine prizes.
Send your recipes now to Sabra
International Recipe Contest, c'a
The Jewish Floridian. P.O. Box
01-2973. Miami. Honda 33101.
Filter as often as you wisls.
Each recipe should be sent in a
separate envelope. Entries must
be pest-marked by Feb 28, 1975k
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Page 6
+Jeistrh,kB*r <* Creator Fort Uuderdcdo
Friday. January 24,
NOTCH Brounrd Chapter Will Host
Hadassah *76 Regional Conference
I i:.,l,h CUDOB, prOSBOSOt OBt* \x* County. Taim BM
a th Rroward Chapter Ft LauderdaJe, Hollywoi I Hal-
. ,:. M that lawiale. Miami. Miami Heach.
iii.l Puerto Moa
Uomboni of the local confer-
ence committee will be announc-
in the near future.
Mrs. Mothew Newman
Reviews 'Balm In Gileaa"
The L'Chayim Group of Ha-
-ah met Tuesday at the N Tamarac Jewish Center with
Mrs. Milton MarRolius presiding
ui.i Mrs. Sam Karman. program
viol president.
Balm in Gilead" was review-
ed by Mrs Mat hew Newman,
pri-sulent of Tomar Group ol
Hada>sah. Mrs William Titen
UM) tin B*fl Glass served re-
the Chapter will host the 1976
the Florida Re-
U .. km Board.
The thre* d B Ul11
y. May 2, 19W, Mid
It*' rt loca-
tlaia on I Gold i
the North Browanl Chap-
t ntaonoa theme
to reflect this important JOOth
annr.'Tv |
It will also serve as a fore-
runner to the National Conven-
tion durtm on Manor of 1976.
which appropriately will he held
in the nation's capital. Washing-
ton. DC"
A record number of delegates
H expected l.y the North Brow<
: Chapter from Daytona. !'.'-\-
Mills POJOB County. Oear-
water-Safety Harbor. Tampa.
Orlarvio Gap* Kennedy. Polk
COUBty, Sf PftsnOWJV, Sara-
Shippers of
Indian River Fruit
Complete Line of
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Pediatrician Speaking At
Sabra Group Meeting Jan. 30
The.J#n, 3Q meeting
i ip .,1 I!
at | 00 il the First Fe*
Savingi .v i oen. iioo K. Hills-
bora Blvd.. DeerOeid Bes
Victor Shulman, M I
nent Boce Raton i;m-
win spaa* on Not So Common
ivdiatMr Emonji ;'
Members an,l fUSett are KSkOd
to hriric at 1. nst B "f
f,.Hi for donation to the Com-
munity Servue OOOBCU merfOB-
Cy pantry.
Margate BBW Installs
The Margate Chapter. 1524. si
B'nai B'nth Women lOLOlved \*
chartei and installed its off
Tuesday. Jan. 21. at David Park
Dignitaries of Bnai B nth Won
en and dt? officials particip
in this pro:ra"n._____________
The Honorable John Lomelo. Jr. (second from right May*
of the city of Sunriae, received the State of bra*] Scroll ol
Honor from the South Florida Iarael Bond Orgni.z ;!;on ata
Night :n Israel" held on behalf of Iarael Bonds recently at
Sunrise Lakes Phase II. Also pictured are (frorr. let) Ameri
ican Jewish folk humorist Emil Cohen who was cues! enter-
tainer; Nat Goldman, chairman of the Israel Bonds e.
end Herman iHy Serota. president of the Sunrise L:}
Owners Association.
A C ty Bank Mmibank is almost like a maxibank
money, maxiservtce. in mmrtrme a! most
5 But most a* ail it s dose' So rt you hve west
a turnpike, you li find out what a mmroank is
Drive north or south on Northwest 56th
o 19th Street (tire station) and turn east 4
dkxks just past the Mission Lake Shopping Plaza.
Why snop for a oank, when you can bank where
you shop?
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Friday, January 24, 1975
> !*/$/fhrHicir of Greater Fort Lauderdal.
Page T-
Regency South Brunch For 40
Is First Fund-Raiser Of 75
Ixo A. Rauch, chairman of
regency South, reports that the
first fun-raising affair at the
building was a Sunday morning
lunch with forty people pres.
Al Golden, who was the speak'
er, recently returned from a
^ion from Israel and gave a
very stirring and vivid analysis
>f the situation ami the needs.
He reported that though the
Israeli Army is prepared for any
eventuality, they are dejiendent
on the support of World Jewry.
especially the Jews of the
I nltad States.
The economic conditions in Is-
i.iel mi re extremely bad; cost of
li\ing high, taxes high, but the
Israeli citi/en has tightened In.
.ind does \ery little corn-
lining, Mr Golden said.
The Israelis are constantly pn
licit for terrorial activities,
wing full well that attacks
i in coflM any tune any-
'!e cited an incident of
: ear old man who volun-
teered for the Civil Defense
Koiee and who rarrie.s a sub-
machine gun during the early
morning hours. When asked
whether ar not he is phvsically
able tu carry out this job, this
mans reply was. "If our young
people can ae at the front, the
least I can do is to help defend
my village. Rest assured." he
added, "that no terrorist! will K<1
out alive if there Ls an attempt
at sabotage in that area."
After Mr. Guldens report and
Mr, Ranch's appeal, the reaponee
of those present was excellent
There was an increased giving
0Vr that of last year, which was
an indication of how the Jewish
people feit
Nathan Halpern, chairman of
flic Gait Ocean Mile, was also
sent at the meeting and
greeted those who came Kt '-
dared that if thai was .m indi-
cation of what jew^h resident!
on the Gait Mile would I* do-
ing during this drive, then mu
no doubt that the quota w.
be more than reached.
ill-Sisterhood Day Sponsored By
Women's Division Of Federation
rflow crowd of more
150 | arsons attended the
All-Sisterhood I >a\ spotv
d by the Women's Division
the Jewish Federation of
Fort Ijtiiderdale. The
ur was hosted by the Slater-
! of Tempts Knianu-l."l at
Starrels. Women's I>i-
1 vies president of commu-
organization. sarved as pro-
im chairman for the lunch-
Cheryl Levlne, Women's i>-,-
ice president of educa-
i .1 explained the local aarvi
rograms of the Jewish
on of Greater Fort
: !ale.
wing an Israeli brunch
frd by the women of Temple
mu i! Siaterhoo I then was
y Clara Stei n. sister
ol rormer Israeli Prims Mini
Is Meir.
Mrs. stern spoke eloqi i
about the needs ol [si acl and
the tact that Jews everywhere
have root! with the land and
the peepla Of Israel. Kelii:
era! anecdotal shout her
ter. Mas, Stern gave those pres-
ent an understanding of the fuel.
Inga, toys and struggles of the
Israeli i>eopie.
Vis Starrels extended special
thanks and recognition to the
following Sisterhood* and their
presidents Abbey Conn, Temple
Beth Israel; Ronnie Garber, Co-
ral Springs Hebrew Congrega-
tion; Kate! Fa Ik. Margate Jew-
ish Confer; Vivian Summer, Ta-
marac Jewish Center; and 11-
Wagner, Temple Kmanu-KI.
Conferring before recent All-Sisterhood luncheon are Estel-
le Wagner, president of Temple Emanu-El Siaterhood; Clara
Stern, and Janice Starrels, vice president of Women's Di-
vision Community Organization.
At recent All-Sisterhood program are (left
to right) Eslelle Waaner Temple Emanu-El
Sisterhood; Ronnie Garber, Coral Springs
Hebrew Congregation; Clara Stern, Hazel
Falk, Margate Jewish Center, and Vivian
Sommer, Tamarac Jewish Center.
Some of the people present at the brunch.
Jewish Arbor Day
Celebration Set
The students of the Temple
Beth Israel Religious School will
be celebrating the Jewish Arbor
Day Hobday of Tu B'Shevat
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday,
January 27, 28. and 29.
Special Assembly programs
Will be held for all classes to huh.lav songs, listen
to storiei an;l learn more about
the hulul.i.
In addition, students are par
U< Dating m p| mtln u in the
classi i to U iiume Special
l Will al- mted on the
li of the ia >ie.
Tu B'Sry\a! is not only the
Jewish Arbor Day, but also
modern Jewish Ecology Day.
lent) will be choosing various
selections from the Bible con
eernlng ecology, and will study
the BibBcal roots oi ecology.
Coordina'ing these special
programs are two teachers Mrs
Natalie Goiin, and Mrs. Susi
(ilatt. Director of Education is
Miles P. Bunder.
Alvin Ghertner. Sam Soref, Nathan Halpsrn, Dan Fligelman

Michael Adler, Alvin Baer. Bob Adler
3rd & 4th person in room,
each pay 50% of rate.

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of Greater Fort Laudordalo
Friday. lanuary 24. 1975
Michael Adler Speaker For S%.v" J*
r At hiiiami-hl
Gait Mile CondW Brunch Saturday Night
Sunday. Jan 12. Urgency Tow
ers and Kiviera Condominiums
sponsored a brunch in the Ren-
dezvous Room of tlie Regency
Takers Daniel Fhgelman. chair-
man of the Riviera, and Nathan
Halpern. chairman of Regency
Towers, along with Alvin Ghert-
nor. combined forces to make
this affair a successful one.
Michael Adler. son of Bob Ad-
ler. one of the leaders in the
Woodlands campaign, was the
main speaker
Michael Adler. who has recent-
ly been on a Prime Ministers
mission to Israel representing the
campaign leadership of Dayton.
Ohio, gave the audience a first
hand report of what is haipeninc
in Israel He also related at
l.ugth his personal experiences
which moved him as a young man
to become a very active leader
for Jewish Survival.
Mr Adler held the audience
spellbound for almost frt\ f:\v
minutes as he presented his ma-
terial in a very calm, studied
The results were obvious.
Tledgr cards filled in bv more
than 80 people present at the
brunch, totaled more than double
tfiose of 'at rm Thf committee
which made the affair possible
11 continue Us work, contacting
those who wrere not present and
have not nude their pledges
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"If this is an indication of giv-
ing on thr Gait Mile, there is no
question in my mind that wr will
surpass our quota set for us by
thr city wide commtttrr." said
Nathan Halpern. who i> chairman
of the entire Gait Mile
Alvin Racr. thr overall Cam
paign Chairman of the 1975 drive
in the Greater Fort Lauderdale
area, expressed his appreciation
for those who have put their time
and effort in makinu the affair
a successful one He also lauded
the work done by Mr Halpern.
and his cochairman. Mr Ghert-
Mr Beer also paid particular
tribute to Sam Sorrf. a resident
of thr Regency Towers who has
been in thr forefront of Jewish
causes a'l of his life Mr Sorrf.
whose own gift for 175 ha< set
the pace for giving in the entire
community, bad opened the meet-
ing with an inspiring prayer call-
ing upon the Lord for Hi* b
ing and asked for strength for
everyone in the room to carry on
thr most important work ahead
of them.
A mretine aj the Gait Mile
Condo Buildings, for Plara South
and Plan East, was also held
this Das! Sundav
Sally Ames and her group
Th.' un.-:ini,atj..n- will appear
Saturday at X 00 |>.m. at Tem;-le
Emanu-FI along with thr com-
edy team of Marsh and Adams,
currently api>eanng in the Com-
edy Box at the Montmartrr Ho-
le, in Miami Beach.
Miss Ames, her six piece mu-
sical group. Marsh and Adams.
ajaj other guest stars arr sched-
uled to ptlumi at a benefit
how. thr proceeds of which arr
earmarked for a Youth Scholar-
ship Fund Ticket.s for the |>er-
formance are available at the
flast of T-mple Kmanu-Kl.
Sally Ames, a Ft Lauderdale
resident when not on tour, has
appeared at hotels and clubs up
and down thr rastrrn l/nited
Stales, including many engage-
ments in thr (Ml Coast area.
Marsh and Adams have toured
with Nancy Sinatra. Bobby
Goldoboro ami Sammy Da
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The pa .-specially invtt-
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+Je*isti FhrkJiaui of Greener Fort Lauderdale
Page 9-
Death of Kovner Brings End of a World
Continued from Page 4-"
wood, N.J.. which was really a
teal country home with love-
wardens, and later to St. Pe-
burc in Florida.
While he was still in I.ake-
the trombenikes" spoke
him acidly as a man of
];ke the rest of the bour-
. world, a vulgarian with
itely DO art.
TO SOMK extent, we shared
;-i this kind of snobbism. al-
Igh nOl in the case of Adler.
F it example, my father was a
n Of Maurice Schwartz, the
tie actor, and even now
I am eettini: far on. I can
eell the intensity of his
"Yoshe Kalb" and "Brioder Ash.
kenazi." both of which I saw,-
witbOUt exaggeration, dozens of
times before I was ten. And
why not? tinea my father
*mi contributing to the produc-
tion payroll.
But in our house, we never
s|)ke. except with contempt, of
say. Menashe Skulnik or Molly
Picon, even though both of them
went on to become television
and motion picture stars.
down houses in Brooklyn not
in the Yiddish Art Theatre on
Hid Avenue in Manhattan,
opposite the Cafe Royale. They
were vulgar vaudevillians. They
had money.
I can still recall my father
sneaking un into a Skulnik pro-
duction of "Getzl Vert a Chos-
sen" Getzl Becomes a Bride-
groom" one night in a down-
town Brooklyn theatre. He
wanted us to have a good laugh
after all, Maurice Schwartz
'M always so tragic, so dol-
orous, so damned arty.
But my father didn't want
anyone of consequence to see us
IT HAS this essential health
in my fathers emotional fabric
that caused his good feelings for
Adlef to persist and. I suppose,
Adler's success in the end made
it all very respectable except
among the "trombenikes," of
course, who saw this lapse in my
father's taste proof of his bour-
geois soul, if proof there needed
to be.
And so, because Adler didn't
come to see us, many times we
traveled across an infinite num-
ber of bridges Into New Jersey
to see him. And later, when we
came to Florida, to visit him in
St. l'( tarsburg.
AIH.KK WAS an exquisitely
gentle man white haired,
slender, subtle In body and mind.
The "tromlienikes" were really
lllgwsllils snobs not to see these
qualities in him just a he
hadn't suffered, was popular and
White House Repeats
Kissinger Speaks
For President Ford
\v tSHINGTONCJTA) The White House h;is reaffirmed that
o: State Henry A. Kissinger "did reflect the Presidents
eben lie warned in a Business Week interview Last week that
States would consider I to force to MOOTS. Middle
iil sources in the frsvesi emergency."
te House Press Secretary
Season made that statement
soften after having told
then the day before that Prosj
-iit Ford read the interview and
.'...I nothing to add to it.
NE8MEN SAID at the time
K tstagor "was giving a
i lUffed sassier to h>
tica! situation' that Kutu-
isid had not arisen,
inger himself stressed to
that his remarks to
SSI Week had the Presi-
- approval
1 reflect the views of the
enl ... I do not make a
statement on foreign poii-
wbicb I do not reflect has
Kissinger said
HI T THK Ispss of two days-
he time the Business Week
i a sppearod and copies of
'mted to reporters
State Department until
B'i acknowledgement that
flsctod the President's views
led some observers to conclude
that the White House was taken
bj surprise.
Ford himself had refused to
comment several days earlier on
reports of V S contingency plans
to seise Middle Bast oilfields on
nuts that it would be "inap-
propriate to comment.
OoOSl'VStl believe that whtl-*
such plans may indeed have come
up in the National Security Coun-
cil of which Kissinger is chair-
man, the President was clearly
taken aback by their public dis-
SINCE THE Business Wce'i
interview appeared. Kissinger hot
taken pains to stress that mili-
tary action would be applied only
in the gravest emergency, that
lie did not consider the present
situation to constitute such an
ssnargency, and "I do not foresee
it arising "
Rabbi Morris Skop of Temple Sholom in Pompano Beach,
(left) Mark Weissman, L.F.D, and Rabbi Milton Gross of the
Tamarac Center place the traditional Mezzuzah on
the doorpost during the recent dedication of Menorah
Chapel in Deerfield Beach.
2nd Menorah Funeral Chapel
tens In Deerfield Beach
Ambassador to UN Tekoah
Quitting for Academic Life
AVIV iJTAi Yosef Tekoah, Israel's Ambassador
the United Nations, has nccOPtOd the post Of president of
Ben Gurion NegSA University In Beersbeba.
There was no immediate wont BJ to when Tekoah would
as the past Prof. Mesbo Rrywos, the current president, is
ledly resinning in March.
THE RKSk; NATION of Tekoah as IN Ambassador was
actually rumored several weeks ago, but he insisted that noth-
iad been settled so far as his future plans were OOUCOTIISd.
V cording to the Israeli press. Tvkoah had indicated that
lie felt he had been at the UN for too long a time.
He denied this to the JTA in New York at the time.
Herzoe to be Successor?
JI Rl'SALEM (JTA Political sources here asserted
that a leading candidate to succeed Yosef Tekoah as Israel's Am-
t a.-sador to the I'n.ted Nations is former intelligence chief Haim
Herzog reportedly was offered the UN post by Foreign Min-
ister Yigal AJion but has not yet replied.
Her/og was formerly chief of intelligence and military at-
' e at the Israeli Embassy in Washington. He gained an In-
tionaj reputation as one of Israel's top SXpertS on security
'natters after the Six-Day War.
The (rowing demand for Jew-
ish tuners] services in Broward
and Palm Bead) ( ounties has re-
sulted in the opening of the
mi Menorah Chapel within
a year.
Placement of the IfOBUSah on
the doorpost" accompanied by
recitation of several traditional
prayers highlighted the dedica-
tion ceremony Thursday. Dec.
2t in the area's newest Menorah
Chapel, located at 441 South Fed-
eral Highway. Deerfield Beach.
The original chapel opened
Jan. 1. 1!>74. at 9818 Park Dr..
Margate, under the supervision
of Mark WeJsaman, L.F.D.
"The necessity for our new ft
cility represents the tremendous
influx of Jewish people to our
area.'' Weissman pointed out.
"Broward county is second only
to Israel in Jewish immigration
during recent yes
Participants in the recent dedi-
cation ceremony included Rabbi
Morns Skop of Temple Sholom.
in Pompano Beach. Rabbi Milton
Gross of the Tamarac Jewish
Center, and Rabbi Norman Men
del of the Boca Raton Hebrew
Rabbi Avrom Prazin of Temple
Israel of Miramar. who is prosj
dent of the Broward County Rab
bioicsj Association, and Cantor \
Max Gallub. spiritual leader for
the Margate Jewish Center, as
well as dignitaries from other
local temples were also present.
"We will work in coordination
with cemeteries throughout
Broward. Palm Beach and Dade."
explained Weissman, emphasiz-
ing the service area of the two
chapels extending south from
Boynton Beach along the Florida
East Coast "We will arrange for
Reform, Conservative and Ortho
dox funerals anywhere in the
Weissman. one of nine Jewish
funeral directors in Florida,
earned hi- Its of Science
degree in Mortuary Science from I
Miami Dade Community College
in 1991
Born and raised in Metropoli-
tan New York. Weissman attend-
ed Rutgers I'niversity in New
Jersey Bo and his wife. Janet,
belong to the Margate and Tama-
rac Jewish Centers. Temple Sho-
lom in Pompano Beach and
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise.
Sen ing as financial secretary
for the Tamarac B'nai B'rith
Lodge and on the board of gov-
ernors for th? Fort I~iuderdale
Knights of Pythias I-odge. Weiss-
man is a charter member of the
Margate and Sunrise B'nai B'rith
Lodges, the Margate Kiwanis
CKib. the Margate Jewish Center
Men's Club and the Tamarac
Business and Professional Club.
His wife holds charter member-
ship in the Margate Women's
Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
being published profitably. ,
It must be a quarter-century
Sloes 1 .saw Adler last, seated
in his garden on an old-fashion-
ed glider, his eyes wet with the
laughter of some funny Story.
When I read his obit. I ran
to my bookshelves and got down
a two-volume set of his works 1
inherited from my father's own
"Zoll'n Yidden Lachen" WSJ
published in 1988 by the "V'ar-
lag Yiddish I-elien" "Jewish
Life Press" meaning of course
that he published it himself.
father, which I translate from
the Yiddish, is the mark ol the
author: "To another Jacob, my
dear friend, the cold Litvak,
n a hot Galitzianer, who calls
himself B. Kovner."
The second volume. "Veinen-
dike Fleiten'*"Weeping Flute-"
is also vanity. Here, Adler
humorously dubs the publisher,
"Ichalein" Ale. Myself and
And. beneath the title, to em-
phaatse thai he understood
tathes -cious attachments to
HBh art and that he. hlmsi
in out I the circle
of the "trombenikes," he wrote:
' Look, Rob Jacob, I haven't
forgotten you anyway."
TIIK TRITH is that 'Venen-
dike Flatten" was one ui tdl<
few attempts al poet ry,
an.I not a very good One at that.
Somewhere, there was also a
i volume he d to my
I it her I have lines lost over the
yeai v.ic:' Moahe Ka-
peyer" "Moshe the Contrary."
Mj mi Idle name was
I do not recall this inscription
verbatim, but Adler once con
tossed that he knew my father
taken nito to see
"Get/i Vert a Chossen."
In that inscription, he ad-
mitted to both their .'apses
but mainly tO Ins awareness
that he was not and would never
l>e 8 really "sertOUS artist" and
to ins gratitude foi my father's
regard for Mm anyv
I siiAll, always remember
Adler as a man who was lnn
and lived in the Jewish Galut
and who found incredible humor
in bis own exile from the main*
stream of Yiddish aestheticism.
His death reminds me of a
Jewish world that survived and
prevailed in the face of incredi-
ble odds against either.
Now, with Adler. that world is}
i. t'*i Although, it piobably
died when I thought he died,
something like a quarter-cen*
tgo, aft. r I last saw him
on his glidar.
Broward County's
Jewish Funeral Director
Telephone 971-3330
Mark Weissman, L.F.D.

Pcge 10
*M*0mH& Gr~*~rort to"Uw!a
Friday. January 24,
Women's Division Advance Gifts Luncheon Arafat VOWS Israel
Will Lose Next
Round in War
Gait Ocean Mile representative* at recent
Advance Gifts Luncheon included Helen
Reiter. (left) Gait chairman. Helene Sorcf.
Hildreth Levin. Anita Perlman. Bert Lute
and Charlotte Scheer
Michael Aaier. uett a member ol the
United Jewish Appeal's National Cabinet.
was guest speaker at the Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale Women's Division
Advance Gifts Luncheon. With him is Mrs
Evelyn Gross, president of ihe Women's
Division. The luncheon produced substan-
mcreases over last year's contribu-
tions. Mrs. Gross reported.
Prior to the Advance Gifts Luncheon where
he was the guest speaker. Michael Adler
paused for a moment with his proud par-
ents, Rosa and Robert Adler.
PARIS(JTA)Any new con-
flirt in the Middle East will be
won b> the Arabs. Palestine Lib-
eration OmaniiaUon leader Yasir
Arafat declared in an interview
published here by the Paris eve-
ning newspaper. Le Monde
The October War.' declared
Arafat, "showed that the human
and technological qualities of the
Arab combatant are no less than
those of the Jewish soldier, that
the merit of superior numbers.
which is to our benefit, con-ti
tutes a decisive factor, at least
in any military confrontation.
FVi;\ IF the Zionists should
register some success in the next
COBilkt, the Arabs will purMir-
the batllc in the form of a war
of attrition "
The Palestinian leader con-
tinued. Hylag that in a future
armed conflict. The Arabs have
no choice They cannot distin-
guish between Americans and
Kuropearu The economic
catastrophe which we will en
gender will spreid to all occi-
dental counti
\vk-,l whether the Palestine
Liberation Organization would
participate in the Qajbffl con-
ference. Mj leader replied that
he could only answer this ques-
tion thr "(lay thjt we receive an
invitation in pro;. ;orm
tend this confnrncc" s^
tendance would
recognition of 1
leader added, but undt
that, in his astiii ate, th*
ence of the PLO in any _
tional assembly iUtataiM]
self a victory for
"NO ONE can
we carried off ., a; vlrtorr^
accepting to go ;-, rjaj
eral Assembly f "t and
one can take
dent served not -.:. the rfc
tinian cause but that of.
national liber.'
By our attitude, we h*v
that wr are at 'Mtni
If the Arabs ire ;tpm!^J
fight a long at
they do not d<
lution in wai :o led
concluded M. ptnaai
of e\il polio \ i|
the fnited N at hoaij
one hand a ';
other hand wi ffer u m
branch, and wi '.ope that
not allow mi: and
to tear It a
Ccnfemng with some o! the leaders responsible for the suc-
cess of the Advance Gifts Luncheon is Michael Adler.
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Sermon In Mii^jc Presented
By Cantor Jerome Klement
Cantor Jerome Klement of
Temple Kmanu-KI. Ft. Iau . who is now completing hla
10th yvar at the temple, pre-
sented a special Friday evening
.ice Jan. 17 Entitled "Sex
::i Musk," Cantor Klement
:ded Israeli SOtafn, HNIM Yid-
, ih and Hebrew from the i>ray-
t: lltUI
In Ms Mcood year at Tai
anu-KI. Cantor Klement .ml
tempi* pnxluceil a re
led rii" Sound of Jewiah
Music" Which had ui.le di-tribu-
Robert Freud, fornwi mu-
critic of the Ft. Lauderdale
News and now music critic oi
i /' me, com lera < .tutor
is men! dm of the forem el ex.
01 Jewish Musie in the
Vim'-' : StatM,
Temple Youth Group con-
ted a "Jewish Interest Bve
d taeion
Ji w Ish i and ethics,
- .;: or dandhg after-
The Confirmation Class par-
i in a retreel rtansj
wit] Beth 1 oi llolly-
:. ;.i>t weekend.
The most exciting event on
. ndar this month is the
ss in <'one it" show
evening <
Mr, arid v
in Lebow, temple members, is
a local talent who has made
good. Appearing with her will be
the six |,iece group The Organ-
ization" and the "Fun People."
Marsh and Adams. Sally is do-
nating her talent to help raise
money for the Youth Group
Scholarship Fund.
Sunday the Men's Club Gen-
Membership Meeting is
scheduled with breakta>t served
to all club membeis
R'Wrvations are currently be-
In taken for the Heritage The-
i Group's production of Rob-
ert Anderson's plnv You Know
I Can't Hear You When the
W it R inning." which replac-
the odglnally scheduled play
"Best Man." b) Gor* Vidal. can-
! .lue to casting problems.
v i Krom i Can't Hear You
When The Water's Running" is
scheduled for production Satur-
day and Sunday Feb. IS and 16,
with an additional performance
Saturday. Feb. 22. A.i pertonn-
ance> le?K:n at 8:00 at the tem-
ple auditorium.
tnatriben of the commu-
nity air welcome to worship at
Temple Kmanu-KI. a Reform
CosqrregarJoa loeated at 3248 w.
I Park Blvd. Please call
the t. mple .1 Imimstiator. Mor-
ns Uitkins. for further infor-
i in.
'Nights In Israel" Highlight
N. Broward Bonds Campaign
Three more community events
held during the next I
pfcj in "he Greater Port Laud
i ares .is pan Of the inten
i Israel Bonds campaign to
1 Israel's economic recon
ion and continued develop-
t program. Robert M. Her
n chairman of the North
ward Israel Bonds board of
rnort, has announced.
The Omega Condominium. 7300
VI Sunrise Rlvd Plantation, will
' start sn evening of entertain
.! at a "Night in Israel' Mori
starring American Jewish
f k humorist Emil Cohen Jack
is is Israel Bonds chairman
i Max Ftnkelsteifl is co
i Tuesday, Feb. 4. the Hea
' nlum, S70 Si i'
l 7, Margal \< ill ipoos -r
Israel featuring
timed I i ell an-
D innj Csdmi Jos h
and Sylvia Weinberg are chair
men of the Israel Bonds event.
Wednesday evening. Feb. 5. the
Tamarac Jewish Center. 8753 NW
57th Ave.. will hold a "Night in
Israel" sponsored by both the
congregation and B'nai B'nth
Blue Star Lodge No 2912 Fea-
tured entertainer will be humor-
ist Eddie Schaffer.
Morris Glicksman George Mo-
ranti. and Charles Cohen are co-
chairmen of the event Victor
Iskowita is president of the Tam-
arac Jewish ("enter; Norman Karr
is president of the Blue Star
'Gulag Archipelago' Review
The Temple Shalom Bister*
l book series will present
Mr< Linden Greenblatt Tues-
3:00 p.m In of
by \ toel
t M :nrii : \ Solzhe-
I n
Specifd Family
Service Friday
At Beth El
A special Family Service will
be held Friday evening at Tem-
ple Beth Israel. 7100 W. Oakland
Park Blvd. Sunrise. Sabbath
morning services begin at 8:45
a.m.. at which time Mr and Mrs
Allen Elias will celebrate the
Bar Mitzvah of their son. Jay
There will be a Kiddush follow
ing services
For information about Joining
Temple Beth Israel and enroll
ing your children, contact the
temple office.
Registration for the Junior and
Senior l S.Y. Program (youth
group) is epen. for 7th through
12th graders Call Miles Bunder.
youth director, for more infor-
The Couples' Club will hold a
general meeting on Sunday eve
ning. there will be a Men's Club
general meeting Monday at 8ihi
p m and a special House Com-
mittee meeting Tuesday night.
The lien's Club Bowling
League is in full swing every
Sunday morning from 9:45 to
12:00 noon, with li^ht breakfast
There will be a special Tay
Sachs Testing Program at the
Temple Reth Israel Sunday from
I] .'{0-5:00 p.m. This is a must
for all parents af vhild-bearing
The Federation sponsored
classes in Ulpan Conversational
Hebrew continue aver) Thursdaj
at 7.30 poi
The Temple Judaica Gift Shop
is open with a wide variety of
gifts suitable for new homes.
Bar Bat Mit/vah. Weddings, and
a good selection of Jewish cere
rnonial objects, greeting carU.
and records. Open 0:30 to 4:30.
Monday to Thursday, and Wed
nesday night.
The Temple Credit Union
meets even,' Monday night. 7 30
to 9r00 p.m.
Daily Minyan meets every:
morning. Monday through Thurs
day at 8 00 a.m.. in the evennu-
at 5:30 p.m.. and Sunday morn
ing at 9 00 a.m.
Cantor's Music Festival
At Temple Sholom Sunday
Temple ?sholom will present
the Cantor's Gela Music Festival
of brai II and Folk Music with
.i choir "I KH) children Sun lay
at t.iNl p.m. at the temple in
Pon ich,
Cant ir Jacob J. Renaer is
soloist; i tisl is Shmuel
Fenthko, pianist Donation will
lieuefit the Scholarship Fund.
N vv 57lh Si .Ci>KNritiMl Rab-
t M.ltcn J. Orc
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 7100 W
Q* nn Park Blvd. Rabbi Phi e
* Labowiti. Cantor Maurice Neu
EMANU-aL. SMS W. Oakland Park
Slvd Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Ab-
rams Canter Jerome K lamer 4, 4i
[SHOLOM (Templrl. 1 SB Itttl Ave
Coneervetive. p,,b0| Morrle A. tko
Cantor Jarnb J Renter.
aervatiwe) S101 NW tth St.
roffat sfiins
CEOATION Libers' SBOi Univer.
'r Or Rabbi Max Weitx. 44
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Tamarac City Manager To
Receive Scroll Of Honor
Edward A. Gross. City Manager
of the city of Tamarac. will re-
ceive the State of Israel Scroll
of the American Arbitration As-
sociation's National Board, and
serves as advisory committee
chairman of the Broward County
Area Planning Board.
Gross is past chairman of the
Broward Count) Open Space
Area Planning Board and form'T
chairman of the Hade County Ad-
visorj Board on Cooperative
Bn iness ESducation. He is active
in the Gold (oast Rotunda Club
and : ;. former director of the
Miami i lamber of Com-
merce and the Greater Hollywaod
s Ml
Tht \iuht m Israel" will lea-
i nmenl b\ humorisl
Eddie Schaffer and will be held
In the Lime Ba real on hall.
I i.iiik B i.K'i.. TamaaK.
Harrv Ker.-h (hn>n;ian of the
I?i ,it; Bon i- c in Sen ine
Larhi : man la Harrj Oppenhehn.
(.f Honor at Monday's "Night in
[sraef at Lime Bay in Tamarac.
Milton. M Parson, executive di
rector oi State of Israel Bonds
in South Florida, has announced
Gross is be inn honored to:
alffa I efforts on behalf of his
fellow man and far oistandini;
leader Up and |ialm in helping
advanc Israel's progress and
Pom tant Cll M u
ef ii i andale an I former gen
eral manager of the Brow ird di-
vision of tiie Better Business
Bureau. Gross is South Broward
coordinator of the Joha for v''t
eran- Program He is a member
Dr. Zucker ORT's Speaker
Coral rUdssj Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT met Mon-
day .it the NVosnen's ciuh of Wil-
ton Manor. Special guesl speak-
er was psychiatrist Dr. Arnold
S. Zucker; a question and an-
swer |ieriud followed.
Sltofabat Shirah Concert
A i|' : inceii in honor of
Shahbat Shu.:::, which marks
the bssjinning of National Jew-
ish Music Month, will l>e jire-
seatad by a l"" voice youth
choir Sunda. In Temple Sholom
under the direction of Cantor
Yaacov Ranzer. Shmuel Fersh-
ko will ne tl panist and
t Visitors are welcome.
Gary Saff Bar Mitzvah At
Temple Sholosn. Pompano
Satu Ian 25, at Temple
ron l 'i Hai rj Saff and l>oth
conduct the
bath liturgy ir. honor of their
. will conduct the entire
Pridaj eve lit irgj including the
Kiddush. On Saturday he will
read thi weekly Portion
fnim the Torah and Maitorah.
Visitors from Chicago, New
York. Philadelphia will be guesta
at a Kosher dinner at the Diplo-
mat Hotel following the serv-
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T +Jewist>fhr*Ml>n and Shotar ol Hollywood
Friday. January 24, jgJ
... with every Jewish man, woman and child who needs our help in this world, whether
they live next door or half the world away.
.. .with the troubled, the oppressed, the deprived, of all ages: in the cities of America,
the development towns of Israel, the remnant communities of Europe,
the ghettoes of Asia and North Africa.
Their need is our obligation, their cries our challenge, their longing our opportunity, their,
prayers our mandate.
We are one with them. Let them know it... with your gift.
9 Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale

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