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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^Jewish Flariidlia hi
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDAM.E
Volume 4 Number 10
Friday, May 16, 1975
2z> cents
Jewish Federation Sponsoring
Memorial Service For Veterans
Tamarac's UJA Campaign
Launched At April Breakfast
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale will
sponsor a special Memorial Day
service and program Sunday,
' Mav 25, at 3:00 p.m. in Temple
Emanu-El. 3245 W Oakland
Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, ac-
cording to an announcement
made by Dr. Albert Kaufman,
chairman of the Federation's
Special Services Committee.
A highlight of the program
will be an interfaith memorial
service dedicated to the memo-
ry of the four chaplains who
lost their lives on the U.S.S.
Dorchester in World War II.
The program will also in-
clude a special guest speaker as
well as the presenting of colors
by all the Jewish War Veteran's
posts in the North Broward
area.
The ceremony will be follow-
ed by a special commanders' re-
ception for all JWV post and
auxiliary members sponsored by
the Federation.
Participating in the program
will be all of the veteran's posts
and auxiliaries in the North
Broward area. Dr. Kaufman
commented that this program, a
first in our community, will be
an outstanding afternoon and
urged all veterans to attend.
UJA Cash Drive Underway In May
A TOTAL MOBILIZATION' FOR THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL ONE HUNDRED MIL-
LION DOLLARS! It is needed to meet the skimpiest of operating budgets for the Jewish
Agency"a budget of desperation" which has already been reduced at a time when its
burdens are increasing. Our Community must respond with cash!
The People of Israel have neither oil wealth nor natural resources. THEY
HAVE ONLY THEIR SPIRIT.
But today, they have taxed themselves beyond endurance, and the Israel economy
has reached the red-line mark.
These are the human realities facing Israel:
The extension of compulsory education to the 10th grade has been postponed.
Tuition charges will be increased for kindergarten and nursery school.
Subsidies for those on public assistance will be cut.
New school construction is being curtailed.
This is our task. Now is the time to remember why UJA came into being: for sav-
ing, for sustaining, for building Jewish life.
This is our challenge And this is the meaning of Total Mobilization. Cash is an
answer. ALLAN BAER
Campaign Chairman
Some 200 Tamarac men and
women opened the first phase
of the United Jewish Appeal's
campaign Sunday morning,
April 27 at a breakfast in the
Tamarac Jewish Center featur-
ing the stories, music, songs and
jokes of Danny Tadmore, Israe-
li and International star.
Mr. Tadmore related his own
personal experiences in Israel
and told of his friends who
gave their lives and are con-
tinuing to give their lives so
that Israel may remain alive,
alert, and stand for decocracy
in the Middle East.
Under the astute leadership
of Ben Bernstein and his com-
mittee, the sum of $7,000 was
raised: with what has already
been pledged, the total of $11.-
000 has already surpassed the
sum raised last year at Tam-
arac.
Mr. Bernstein's committee in-
cludes Lewis Steinberg, Harold
Shapiro and Irving Iskowitz,
president of the Tamarac Jew-
ish Center.
Allan Baer, general campaign [
chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal campaign spoke briefly
on the needs of Israel and what
the community has been doing
in its be hall.
Also speaking from the floor
was Jesse Berk, a member of
the Tamarac community, who
called upon the people to give,
and give generously to this
great humanitarian cause.
Another phase of the cam-
paign in Tamarac to be opened
shortly is the Bermuda Club.
Leadership now is being devel-
oped and a campaign will get
under way late this month, it
was reported.
ANNUAL MEETING
SCHEDULED JUNE 5
The Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale
-^ ill hold its annual mectin-j
at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 5.
Hold this date open and
watch for additional details
in the May 23 issue of The
Jewish Floridian.

Sen. Chiles, Melvin Baer To
Receive AJCommittee Awards
Sen Lawton Chiles and Melvin
H Baer will be the recipients
of awards at the annual meet-
ing being held by the American
Jewish Committee at Pier 66 in
Fort Lauderdale Sunday eve-
ning.
Sen. Chiles will be given the
AJCori nittee'0 Human Relations
Award, given each year to the
person judged to have made a
significant contribution toward*
establishing iin'rs between the
various racial, religious and age
groups in the community. Mr.
Baer will receive the Jewish
Communal Service Award.
Sen. Chiles, a member of the
Senate's Select Committee on
Aging, has also campaigned
against government waste as
chauman of the Senate subcom-
mittee on federal spending, ef-
ficiency and open government.
A member of the U.S. Senate
since 1971. he previously served
Continued on Pa Beth Israel To Honor Shapiro
MELVIN H. BAER
Temple Beth Israel's UJA
chairman, Alfred De Beer, has
announced that Jules Shapiro
will receive an award of merit
for a lifetime of service to the
Jewish community and Israel
Sunday, May 25. at 7:30 p.m.
at a cocktail party program
held in cooperation with the
United Jewish Appeal.
The event will be jointly
sponsored by Temple Beth Is-
rael and the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
Allan Baer, general campaign
chairman, announced that the
guest speaker would be Yaacov
Morris, Minister of Israel's Per-
manent Mission to the United
Nations.
Castle Gardens cooperated with the Hebrew Congrega-
tion in a successful, first time, United Jewish Appeal pro-
gram where United Nations correspondent Moses Schon-
feld presented his view of World Jewry with emphasis on
the Middle East. Allan E. Baer, (right) general campaign
chairman for the 1975 United Jewish Appeal, served as
spokesman for the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort
Lauderdale. Rabbi Emanuel Schenk (left) presented an
award of merit to Irving Axelrod, president of the He-
brew Congregation, for his efforts in behalf of Jewish
causes.
the recip-
luncheon.
tdith Levine, outgoing general campaign chairman, (left) was
ient of a special gift at the recent Women's Division victory
''mentation was made by Evelyn Gross, outgoing president of the Division.
Among the guests were (from left) Paula Brodzki. assistant administrative
vice president; Mimi Bederman, corresponding secretary; Ann Schnetier
historian; Cheryl Levine, leadership development vice president; bstner
Miller, administrative vice president; Terri Baer, vice president of cam-
paign, and Janice Starrels, vice president of community relations. Recipi-
ents of special awards are pictured at right, including Evelyn Gross, wha
received a 2,000-year-old antique lamp, and Betty Garnitz, Helcne Soref
and terri Baer, who were given glass mezzuzahs in recognition of their\
outstanding service to the Women's Division. Anita Perlman. president,
Thclma Berns, recording secretary, and Rose Adler, parliamentarian, were
not present for the picture taking session.


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The Jewish Floridkm of Qreater Fort UaOeri^e
Friday, May 16
Shimon Ben Shemesh To Visit
With S. Florida JNF Leaders
Abraham Grunhut. president
of the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, and Rabbi Irv-
SHIMON BEN SHEMESH
ing Lehrman, JNF Foundation
chairman, have announced the
' forthcoming visit of Shimon
Ben Shemesh. a builder with
vision, courage and a master-
mind planner of the develop-
ment oi the land of Israel.
Mr. Ben Shemesh ranks
among Israel's foremost special-
ists in the field of agrarian eco-
nomics and land use policy, in
the domains of both agricultur-
al and urban development. He
is a member of the board of
directors and Director-General
Blyma Group Has
Part In Margate
Home Show Mav 4

Blyma Group of Hadassah.
voted 1st Runner-Up Group of
the year 1974-75 of the 107
groups participating in the Flor-
ida Region Conference in Miami
last week, was part of the ninth
annual Margate Home Show
Sunday. May 4.
The membership table was
manned by Mrs. Harry Corn,
membership vice president;
Mrs. Miriam Sugerman. treas-
urer, and Mrs. Harry M. Krinv
sky, president. New members
wishing to join Blyma may call
Mrs. Com.
Fund Raising Vice President
Mrs Philip Myer manned the
boutique tables with Mrs. Al-
bert Davidson. Mrs. Philip Leib-
owirz and Mrs. Louis Shore. All
monies raised will be used to
benefit Blyma's Hadassah proj-
ects.
The next meeting of the Bly-
ma Group will be a luncheon-
installation at 12:30 Wednesday.
May 21. at the Margate Jewish
Center. New members will be
welcomed.
of Keren Kayemeth Leisrael
(Jewish National Fund), the or-
ganization which, next to the
government, owns most of the
public land is Israel and is re-
sponsible for its development.
His position as the Head of
the Fund's Jerusalem head-
quarters makes him both chief
planner and coordinator of the
JNF s manifold activities in the
Field of land acquisition and
land use in Israel as well as in
the widespread area of its or-
ganizational and educational
work in nearly 50 countries.
Mr. Ben Shemesh and his wife
will visit Miami Beach on their
North American tour, bringing
with them the latest plans. They
will formulate a mutual pro-
gram between American Jewry
and the Jewish National Fund
needs for the land reclamation
redemption and afforestation
program in Israel.
Mr. Ben Shemesh will meet
with the leadership of Jewish
National Fund in a series of
seminars. He will also meet with
the-educators, strewing the im-
portance of Jewish education in
the total overall picture of Jew-
ish National Fund and the role
the teachers play In Hebrew
schools.
Jewish Guvs, Gals
tor Snglea UWt>
Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale is now sponsor-
ing a social group. "Jewish
Guys and Gals" of all Jewish
singles in Broward County ages
18-30.
An outgrowth of the HiMel
group at Broward Community
College, the singles program fea-
tures social. Jewish cultutal and
athletic activities.
The group has already held
a Passover seder, Sunday pic-
nic, Israeli film and pool party-
Plans are now being formulated
for programs during the sum-
mer months to also involve
those young people returning
borne from college.
For more information on Jew-
ish Guys and Gals, contact How-
ie Rogers. Shar Dreicer. or Bar-
ry Axler at the Federation of
nee.
Dr. Jon Jacobs Eltcted By
Broward Optoroetric Assn.
Dr. Jon Jacobs, an active
member of The Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
Young Leadership Group has
been elected president of the
Broward County Optometric As-
sociation
Dr. Jacobs is a graduate of
Emory University and the
Pennsylvania College of Op-
toroetry.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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* Chai Group
To Install
jVeir Officers
The Chai Group of Hadassah
will hold its installation lunch-
eon at the Pompano Community
Center, 1801 NE 6th St., Pompa-
no Beach, at noon Wednesday.
May 21.
Mrs. Ralph Cannon, president
of North Broward Chapter, will
install the group's officer*, in-
cluding Mrs. Irwin Stenn, pres-
ident; Mrs. Isidore Meltzer, vice
president of education; Mrs.
Benjamin Figelman. vice presi-
dent of fund raising; Mrs. Ben-
lamin Glazer. vice president of
membership; Mrs. Morris
Schleichkorn, vice president of
program; Mrs. Philip Hass. re-
cording secretary; Mrs. Law-
rence Kamerman. financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Bruno Loehner.
corresponding secretary, and
Mrs George Meiroff, treasurer.
Mrs. Ernest Sohnen will in-
troduce the program; Mollyne
Larimer, soprano, will entertain
with a musical program, accom-
panied by Eva Wise. Chairman
of the day will be Mrs. Leslie
Edelman.
All members, husbands and
prospective members are invit-
ed to attend. Helen Braverman
and Charlotte Aaron are accept-
ing reservations.
Retinitis Group Meeting
The general meeting of the
Dade-Broward Chapter of the
Retinitis Plgmentosa Founda-
tion will be held at 7:00 p.m.
Friday, in the First Federal at
18301 Biscayne Blvd.. North
Miami Beach. Election of new
officers will be held. For fur-
ther information call Bill Edell
or Joy Scherer.
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Friday, May 1$ 197s
Editorial
"The Shavuoth Holiday
As we celebrate
ever ctw ww of the
todav we are nx
Ail
Sharnoth a the "fiftieth day." or
the Exados froa Egypt ft s fesdral a
~ of the 40 Tear? of amhiiag a the Saai, and of die
tm^ of the Lav to
CascourJv. we
and flowers on Shainoth And a: bane, we eat
products
of -.be tradtamal belief that ML Sana, where Moses
:he aaaric i imii i t*t ecr. tie Tom* aad
A Sense of 'Incompleteness'
Qor aaaiTlj these trac^xos aad behefs reach
back lo Jewry's aacaent past aad 8 is 'aiagri Sheenolh
Bat se the large? sense, we are stzH wanderers a
the desert Thoagh the Excess has ended far aar.
there are sal naniV i -_=Vrs of Jews a Ira nil azo
of oBeressaa mint to get to aracL
Yahoos Vote Their Mediocrity
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Fniai 3or=< Tafebac 'ay*
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Award to Melvin Baer
The award of the Steward Caaarj Chapter of the
Aaencae Jewish Conazrree Menu Baer a one that
we htaroiy apptaad.
That < anal be grres a anantinrnrT
w^ tbe .! iiaTBTaa of da chapter s
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KAUAWAU



Friday, May 16, 1975
The Jewish Florktian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Pag* S
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It



Shavuot (The Season of
the Giving of OurTorah)
commemorates that day,
centuries ago, when
Moses proclaimed theTen
Commandments to the
Children of Israel and all
mankind. It is the Ethic
upon which Western
Civilization is based. It
established the Faith,
character and destiny of
the Jews as a free people.
Shavuot asserts the
God-given principle that
man was made free.That he was endowed with
a unique personality to be fashioned and
developed in accordance with his own will and
power of selection.
It is this fundamental concept which provides
meaning and purpose to the Laws given on that
day in the Sinai Desert. It gives testament to the
principle that man-made laws, unless they are
rooted in a higher moral discipline, are no
guarantee of freedom. For without due concern
for the legitimate needs and aspirations of its

individual members, a
healthy society cannot
be established.
Today, when individual
freedom is threatened in
Israel and is being abridged
in the Soviet Union, Syria
and other areas of the
world, it is fitting that on
Shavuot we, who value
our freedom, reaffirm our
resolve to stand together
to help our less fortunate
brothers and sisters
elsewhere realize their
destiny to be free.This is the significance of the
Faith of the Jewish people.This is our great
legacy to mankind.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, May 16, 1975
N. Broward Chapter. Blynia Group
Win Honors At Regional Conclave
Hawaiian Gardens Phase II To Hold UJA Breakfast
The North Broward Chapter
of Hadassah woe second run-
ner-up award for Chapter of the
Tear, and the Btyma Group of
the North Broward Chapter won
runner-up award as Group of
the Year, at the recent annual
Florida Region Conference in
Mia. Ralph Cannon, chapter
|ii 1 Hal, accepted the silver
bowl on bahatf of the North
Broward Chanter af Hadasah.
and Mrs. Harry Krknsky. group
lunirtmt aacepted 00 behalf of
the Bhrma Group.
Both the Chapter and the
Group are enrjr two years old.
and were 1 wiaWriag with
older, larger and more experi-
enced chapters and groups as
Miami. Miami Beach and Palm
Beach, a fact which emphasizes
the rapid progress of the North
Broward Chapter and its
groups-
All chapters and groups were
an membership, fund-
program, education.
puMcfty. visual aids. American
and Zionist Affairs, bulletin and
cooperation with the Region
In addition, the North Brow-
ard Chapter and all ef its nine
groups were awarded ribbons
for outstanding achievements
in indi vKiaai
Samuel Ellentuck. president
of Phase II Hawaiian Gardens,
announced that the residents of
his area are cooperating with
the Jewish Federation of Great-
er Fort Lauderdale in promot-
ing a kn and bagel breakfast
of the United Jewish Appeal-
Sunday, at 10:00 a.m- on behalf
Israel Emergency Funds 1975
campaign
Allan E Baer. general cam-
paign chairman for the UJA,
has made arrangements for
Moshe Arad. Minister of Infor-
mation, to be the guest of honor.
Minister Arad has a wealth
of information on subjects deal-
ing with Israel and the MJddW
East." be said. "We here in this
area should feel exceedingly
proud to have the opportunity
of meeting Minister Arad i
person and hearing his nesiani
first hand." ^
Assisting Mr. Ellentuck win
be Ben Sacks, first vice presi-
dent; Bert Lichtensteir. second
vice president; Sam Janet*
treasurer; Herb Cohen enter-
tainment chairman. ar.J Larrt
Stroll, corrmutteeman
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Ldav May 16, 1975
The Jewish Floridian o] Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
Jewish Federation's Chaplaincy
Seeks Visitation Volunteers
Rabbi Harold Richter, chap-
uin of the Jewish Federations
of Greater Fort Lauderdale and
of South Broward. held a meet-
ing of representative* of Jew-
ish organizations of the Greater
Fort Lauderdale area recently
for the purpose of developing
. |av visitation committee to as-
sist him in the Chaplaincy Pro-
gram of the Jewish Federations.
Amone those attending the
meeting. held at the headquar-
ters of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. 707 N.
Federal Hwy. were Hazel Falk.
president of the Margate Jewish
Center Sisterhood; Barbara Mm-
Hel recording secretary of Tem-
ple Beth Israel; Estelle P. Wag-
ner president of Temple Eman-
u.F.i Sisterhood; Sally Hoch.
Publicity Chairman of the
Broward section of the National
Council of Jewish Women, and
Foslyn L. Weissman. recording
secretary of Brandeis Univer-
sity s National Women's Com-
mission.
Several others, including rep-
resentatives of Hadassah. ORT.
B'nai B rith. synagogues and
condominiums and other or-
ganizations, telephoned the Fed-
eration to express their regrets
at not being able to attend. They
were, nonetheless, interested in
the formation of a lay Visitation
Committee.
Rabbi Richter explained that
the new Visitation Committee
would fill several gaps in the
Chaplaincy program which he
started for the Jewish Federa-
tion nine months ago.
Rabbi Richter presently serv-
ices 10 hospitals, a state mental
hospital. 13 nursing homes, and
four penal institutions.
The lay visitation committee
would sen-ice people in three
areas: hospitals, nursing homes.
I shut-ins. providing a liaten-
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tutions or at home whose illness
or loneliness might be mitigated
by such visitations.
They would also provide a re-
ferred service for these who
were affiliated with different
synagogues and Jewish organi-
zations and attempt to discover
which of the patients desired
the services of the Jewish Chap-
Iain in terms of counselling,
prayer or religious needs.
' The group would publicize
the Chaplaincy service now be-
ing provided by the Jewish Fed-
erations of Broward County and
make it accessible to those who
want it.
Rabbi Richter also explained
that volunteers would work in
conjunction with the existing
heads of volunteer programs of
the various hospitals whom he
felt would probably welcome
such a program. He mentioned
that a brief orientation program
on hospital rulings and visita-
tion procedures would be in
order.
The next step in developing
the Lay Visitation Committee is
to appoint a cochairman for the
three pronged program for
hospitals, nursing homes and
shut-ins, Rabbi Richter said.
Another meeting will be held
Thursday. May 22. at 1:30 p.m.
at the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. All
who are interested in working
on the lay visitation committee
or in programming for hospitals,
nursing homes and shut-ins are
invited to attend.
Barbara Mindel, representing
Temple Beth Israel, and Sally
Hoeh of the National Council of
Jewish Women agreed to work
with Rabbi Richter in publiciz-
ing the Visitation Program in all
local periodicals.
Rabbi Richter said there is a
dire need for this lay visitation
committee which would serve
many who have recently settled
in the area, those who have few
or no relatives or friends with-
in the area, and those whose
physical and spiritual problems
could receive greater attention.
It would also serve to create a
feeling that there is a viable
sense of community here in
Broward County and that there
are those who really care.
Rabbi Richter is pursuing a
similar program for a lay visi-
tation committee for the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.
To The Jewish Residents
in South Florida ..

arti Air Fores Yets Invited
The Eighth Air Force His-
torical Society was officially
formed last month. A member-
ship meeting was to be held at
the Marco Polo Resort Motel.
19201 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach. Thursday. May 15. at
8:00 p.m. All veterans of the
8th Air Force, interested in re
joining "The Mighty Eighth."
are invited to attend, according
to John H. Woolnough. execu-
tive director, pro tern-
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Page 8
The Jewish Floridkm o1 Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, May 16,
Nina ISemerofsky ISew President Of
Local Chapter Of Brandeis Women
The Ft. Laoderdale-Pompano Nina Nemerofsky of Planta-
Beac* chapter of Brandeis Uni- tion was installed as president,
versity National Women's Com- The other officers are Belle
Grusky of Ft. Lauderdale, vice
president of Membership; Mimi
Bederman of Ft. Lauderdale.
vice president of book fund;
Johanna Hertx of Pompano
Beach, vice president of study
groups; Barbara Rosenberg of
Ft. Lauderdale, vice president
of "New Books for Old"; Alice
Green of Pompano Beach, vice
president of -special events;
Doris Olin of Pompano Beach,
financial secretary: Roslyn
Weissman of Lauderdale Lakes,
recording secretary; Judy Soffer
of Ft. Lauderdale. correspond-
ing secretary! Terri Novick of
Ft Lauderdale. treasurer; Phyl-
lis Schoenfeld of Ft. Lauderdale
and Isabel Rubel of Pompano,
auditors, and Ruth Pine of Ft.
Lauderdale. outgoing president,
honorary board chairman.
NINA NEMEROFSKY Gloria Boris of Ft Lauder-
dale. original president, was w-
**! **. insta!Ut!?" stalling officer. Larry Kelly
luncheon Wednesday, at the "* __v
home of Donna Levin. 6341 SW spoke on 'You and Your
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May 16, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
[Construction Proceeding On
emple Beth Israel Addition
, ..if vou pass by Temple Beth
Ld'one of these days, you
ST find it difficult to believe
the groundbreaking cere-
nnv as held as recently as
arch 23," says Rabbi Philip
Labowitz. spiritual leader.
he floor has already been
oared for the expansion, and
ie walls are growing higher
md higher. It is indeed an ex-
Em time for the congregation
L phase II of this building
Erogram begins to come to frui-
tion''
Under the chairmanship of
jeorge Herman, Building Com-
mttee chairman. Morrell Con-
junction Company contracted
build the expansion. The
Edition will Include a sanctu-
v social hall complex more
han double the present size;
5ve new classrooms, with a po-
tential for a second floor of
[lassrooms; expanded storage
holmes, and a modern and
ullv equipped Kosher kitchen
o enable the temple to offer the
Bnest facility for Kosher catered
Tairs.
Max Cohn. membership vice
sident. served as the chair-
nan of the groundbreaking
eremonies. Among the notables
horn he introduced were State
jtep. Randy Avon; County Com-
nissioner Jack Moss; Joe Gold-
n, president of the Southeast
egion of the United Synagogue
. America; Irving Geisser. di-
wtor of the Fort Lauderdale
Jewish Federation, rabbis and
Kher community leaders.
Mr Cohn noted that it was
specially gratifying to see so
iv children participating in
ceremonies. Indeed, the
r_j to wield their shovels were
epresentatives of the temple's
nursery school, Hebrew school,
and youth program.
Rabbi Labowitz offered some
meaningful and inspiring words
befitting the occasion. And Jules
Shapiro, president, expressed
his desire to see Temple Beth
Israel continue to maintain its
high level of service to the com-
munity.
Officers Chosen
By South Eastern
Zionist Region
New officers of the South-
eastern Zionist Region, chosen
at the regional conference in
Atlanta, include Charles Kim-
erling, Birmingham. Ala., pres-
ident; Ed Krick, Atlanta; Jack
Becker. Jacksonville, and Sam
Perry, Hollywood, vice presi-
dents; Arthur Geduldig, Atlan-
ta, secretary; Judge Nelan
Sweet. Miami Beach, treasurer;
and Sidney Raymond. Miami
Beach, assistant treasurer.
Selected to serve on the Na-
tional Zionist Executive Com-
mittee were Maurice Pibk,
Nashville; Michael Greenwald,
Memphis; and Harold Marcus,
Atlanta.
Named to the.regional exec-
utive committee "we're Alex Rit
tenbaum. Birmingham; Harry
Wilensky. Augusta; Mel Reiser.
Hollywood: Al Berge'r. Augusta;
Michael Greenwald, Memphis;
Nat Katz. Atlanta; Robert Tra-
vis, Atlanta; Louis Hoberman.
Miami Beach; Michael Adel-
man. Savannah; Gersen Bush,
Knoxville; and Mrs. Rose Sha-
piro, Miami Beach.

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Armon Group Of Hadassah
Installation of officers for
1975-1976 of Armon Group of
Hadassah was held Monday,
May 5, at Pumperniks. 49th St.
and Oakland Park Blvd. The
Installation Held May 5
luncheon featured entertain-
ment by Bob Northcott.
Outgoing president Mrs. Irvin
Frieberg handed over her gavel
to the newly elected president.
Mrs. Harry Bernstein. Mrs.
Matthew Newman, newly elect-
ed president of the Fort Lauder-
dale Chapter of Hadassah, of-
ficiated as installing officer.
Chairperson of the day was Mrs.
Max Fidler.
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in South Florida
1 our Best Wishes for
a Happy Shavuoth
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The Jewish Fleridian of Greater Fort Laude'dcle
Fndai
M*y 16,
Sen. Gliles, Melviii Baer To
tfwive A ICommittee Awards
Coatuiaed
1-
' Represearatives.
Mr Baer. came to Soath
Florida from South Bend lad.
abere be was Charter mem-
rr erf the Committee of 100 and
a board member of Temple Beth
EL He aarvad a* vace preside at
of the UJA. president and na-
rioaal board member of Jamor
Achievement, treasurer and
board member of the Family
and Children Ceater of North-
ern Irf**"* and a member of
the Bov Scout Council
A graduate of the University
of Midugan Class 192* Mr
Baer served on the South Bend
board of the University of Notre
Dame.
Coml Ridge MT Speaker Fred Spititr, HyjMwtist
Fred Spitmr. a professional
hvpootist. will be the speaker at
the next meotinf of the Coral
Ridfe Chapter of Women's
American ORT Monday at 12 30
pm. ax the Women's Club of
Wilton Manor.
Mr. Sptoerwffldbe^.,
nos noas as an adjunct to j*T
therapy and medicine cl
are welcome For addition?
formation, call Mrs luLza
LeJwwro.
DeerfielHBeach CeTebtates
IsraeTs 27th Anniversary
A celebration of Israel's :~:~
Win 11 snr was heal Thursday
May &. in the Corn-
Room at Pompano
Sonar*
of the board of the American
Savings and Loan, recounted his
experiences at the birth of Lv
The laamam was sponsored
bv a federation of maaniiafi ii
of Cectury Viuaje. Deerfield
Beach, with the cooperation of
the Jewish Federation of Great
er Fort Lauderdalr
Shepard Broad, who in 1MB
was a member of the orimnal
Socneborn Group convened by
Dav>2 Ben Gwrion to supper
panes aad military
K- Israel aad is today
The f3m "Tree of Lite." nar-
rated br Sir Laurence Okvier.
was also shoam Rab*l Harold
Rkhaer aad his tr-iimr present
ed soars of IsraeL aad the
CaoraJaers of Century Vamaj
ted ma aatbera.
Mrs. Frances Nusaaam. chair-
man of the ceWbraaon. presid-
ed; aad tha jaunasu was rouad-
ad out by the nmwatation of
the comrs aad randancs from Is-
rael s Dacmraboa of
be
$=*==
saixony
SEN. LAWTON CHILES
Mr Baer. last year's Socti:
Broward Federation
chairman, heads a family
bernf some L5 members He
aad ms ami of 46 years. Lua>
1 parents of A tar. Bobby
md i"- al ----- it a>
afrwjd at the Baer Furmrare
Store canm Although he -re-
ared scene ame years age. be
u very mack a the busi-
ness, and devotes a treat dea:
at his tune to csar-.tabie act:'-
A Happy Shavuoth To All
from
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.,. May 16, 1975_
The Jewish Flnndian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page II-
,,f irmation At Temple Kmami-FI Saturday Evening Tamarac bbw Chapter Meets
Tamarac Chapter No. 1479.
B'nai B'rith Women, was to hold
a regular meeting at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Tamarac Jew-
entv tenth grade students
I the Temple Emanu-El Re-
'us school will be confirmed
urdav at 7:30 in the temple.
ncluded are Rhonda Abbott.
Berger. Gayle Brodzki.
hen j Cohen. Jeffrey Eisen,
, Elrad. Charles Field,
Fine. Jeff Green, Cary
fckstein Debbie Heller. Heidi
Emits. Peggv Kolber. Micah
Jeker. Matthew Lipschultz,
vey Mills. Sharon Redzivill,
, Sabra. Samuel Welser and
Ichell Ziffer.
reception in honor of tne
Confirmands will be held im-
mediately following the serv-
ices.
The Sisterhood is planning a
"Bargains Galore" rummage
sale in June. Any member of the
community having clean, sale-
able merchandise to donate is
urged to contact the temple of-
fice.
Congregants will hold a Joint
installation celebration dinner
dance Saturday. May 31, at 7:00.
featuring the burning of the
land mortgage. New officers for
the Temple. Sisterhood and
Holiday Greetings To All
from
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Men's Club will be installed.
Reservations are currently be-
ing taken.
The Men's Club will hold the
annual election breakfast this
Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Guests are
welcome.
The Jane Lawson Nursery
School still has openings in its
3- and 4 year-old program,
which will include both after-
noon and full day classes next
fall. Applications for September
are now being accepted.
Camp Kee Tov is also accept-
ing applications for the summer
program. Camp, for children
ages 4 thru 12, begins June 16
and concludes Aug. 8 and is
open to all members of the
community. Camp hours are 9-4
p.m.
A Counselor-in-Training pro-
gram for boys and girls 13
through 15 is also available
Activities include instructional
swimming, cookouts, nature
hikes, arts and crafts, dra-
matics, music, sports, etc. En-
rollment can be for any or all
of the weekly sessions and
transportation is provided.
ish Center, 8755 NW 57th St.
with Mrs. Shirley Miller pre-
senting the "Dolls for Democ-
racy" program. New members
are welcome.
A Happy Shavuoth to the
Jewish Community
N. Broward Section, NOW,
Installs 1975-76 Officers
North Broward Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wom-
en, installed its 1975-76 officers
at a May 7 luncheon in the
Coral Springs Golf and Tennis/
Club.
Taking the oath of office were
Mrs. Florence Taus, president;
Mrs. Mildred Stern. Mrs. Rosa-
lind Jackson. Mrs. Ethel Shevin
and Mrs. Marian Pressman, vice
presidents; Mrs. Evelyn Levy,
treasurer; Mrs. Florence Ma-
lina. financial secretary: Mrs.
Edith Wolf, recording secretary,
and Mrs. Lillian Raffel, corres-
ponding secretary.
Rabbi Abram Vice President
Of CCAR's Southeast Assn.
Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams of
Temple Emanu-El in Fort Laud-
erdale has been elected vice
president of the Southeast As-
sociation of the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis.
The organization covers sev-
eral southeastern states and has
a membership of almost 100
rabbis.
.
A Happy Holiday
to the
Jewish Community
in South Florida
on Shavuoth
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The Jewish Fkrridim ** Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Fnda;
Ma
Ml
Osceola Lake Inn Reopening
For Its 35th Season June 5
T-mU
bias ORMb Lake 1ml to-
rn the eaol awl scesne Baae
Radge wnantnins oa Lake Osceo-
la is Heudersoavdle. X C. is re-
opening Jane 5 for its 35th sea-
rooaas. diniag rosai aad recrea-
tioaal area.
Popular with fevers of the great
There are some new adtxltioaj
year, lacfcadiag new rwest
well as w.tk those
optr want to relax, tie
Iaa features a hast of activities.
Horseback riding, pool boating.
frrtr-c tennis coaru. pottiag
green. sBoff-eboard. horseshoes.
Ma< pang. *o41eybalL hwhniafaa
are all betas offered
Specially sapenued programs
are liilrtlT far children la ad-
magaifieent It-hole
Golf C<
Feature* Aaameaa Plaa. the
ensue is Jewish- Aawrieaa Style-
Fresh baked breads aad pastries
have hecosae syaaajaMo* with
Osceola Lake Iaa. aad are pre-
pared by Arthur kaben. a gredo-
ate of the Culinarj Iast;tJte of
Ansenea.
Owaer oaanacer- host Stuart
Kubia. bow l*k
year of oprratiOB. took m
aiaaacemeat front the iute Joe
Rubia. who foaaded the Iaa ia
1P4L
\ lor broehare aad ntm it
ale by writing to Rubin's
Oreo-!a Lake Iaa. Header son-
vule. N C or by phoaaac Stuart
Kabia m Mianu.
With the bteatmg of the U-S
State Department, Israel's Na-
tional Soccer Teaaa will play ia
Sooth Florida Sunday. May 25.
at 7 pjn. when they will meet
the American professional soc-
cer team, the "Miami Tocos" in
the Orange Bowl
The Israel team will also visit
Xew York. Philadelphia. Chica-
go, and Los Angeles in a
ture aimed at helping to reha-
bilitate the athletes who were
maimed :n the Yom Kippur War
Tickets include free round trip
bos transportation from Mar-
gate Jewish Center For further
information call Nat Bodner or
Ruby Binder
Osceola Lake Iaa
areas ia the Eastern
United States. Srtnated at a height
f at* feet, the reaatt has ae-
far ap te
Arure is iaforsmal at a
Leaders
Meet With
Sisco in D.C.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON
The concerns of the
American Jewish commu-
nity over the current status
of L'.S.-Israeii relations were
expressed here in a two-
hour exchange of questions
and answers between 40
American Jewish leaders
representing virtually every
major national Jewish or-
ganization and two top level
<:a:e Department officials
The officials, Joseph J
Sisco. Undersecretary of
State for Political Affairs,
and .Alfred E. Atherton. .As-
sistant Secretary of State in
charge of Middle Eastern
.Affairs, met with the group
at the request of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions.
THE GROLT included the
American Jewish Committee
whsca h not a number of the
Conference of Presidents.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman
of the Piesadents Conference,
who spoke to reporters ia the
Stake Department lobby after
the meeting, saad that as a re-
It
w
ct warn m a matty shavvoth.
KRAFT
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To the Entire
Jeirish Community
a Happy Shavuoth
RA3IADA L\\
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DEERRELD BEACH 33441
Pecono Highland Camps Spoi
Children's Backgammon Tow
The era*
dobs are being,
te dubs
ft b a a~e that ^
op quicker thai
*? to learn, i
faster than chm] vm
"p*y "a i --- ioecS
child s mind
The new:
-
TX4'
"'St tli
b7c" 'Pat]
has arra:
for junior meabtrt
Pocor.o : -^
located
Mountains of pfnnsvh
hare alana-i Seen
on and mkt Myaaajj
*me Weinberg family,
age mem, the rustic
of true camping
Backgammon i^wnament
mn Amy Beth Weiss
and Aden Kasha, repre-
senting the 8-12 age group
are pictured with Louis
Wemberg, director of Po-
cono Highland Camps, who
sponsored and presented
the prizes.
have been blended with all that is new in the social
rt was natural that when the Florida Backgan~>on CM
nounced a special children's tournament last Sunday
Gammon Club in the Fontamebteau Hotel's Main Lofeoi
they invited the campers and friends of the Pocono
to participate
The afternoon was a sparkling one for children.
was the tournament, lessons for those wtsbin* to lean
fame, a sfide show, refreshments and of course trophies
prizes sponsored and presented by Louis W;:-|yt|i
of Pncono Highland Camps.
Winners ia the S-12 age group were Adam Kasha,
place. Amy Beth Weiss, second place, and Li-.-* I
third place In the 13-16 age troop winners were Lvsa
first place Joe Swedroe. second place, and Gad >"-oidea,
place.
The tournament and lessons were aapanisad br
ne Pema. pre?:dent of Gammon x ud
Florida Backgammon Crab.
The name of the game is backgammon as
becoming the name of the place for the game (hat a I
the world
Shavuoth Greetings
and Best Wishes from
JT aldo E. Low
THE BEVELED
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May 16, 1975
The Jewish FloridUm of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
MIN^
UN
allahassee Yahoos Vote Their Mediocrity
rntinw<1 from Pa**- 4
I remrnJeC ot Simonc de
Zir who has just won the
im PriM for her litera-
the universe reckoned in fraud-
ulent male ontological terms.
(Woman is after all the Di-
vine afterthough wrought for
Adam's pleasure.)
FORGET THE de Beauvoir
who elect: iflad the 20th cen-
S tary i her vital relationship
rvrset the de Beauvoir who
rated the revolutionary
Sartre, which took the pessi-
mism of human purposelessness
out of the hands of the philoso-
phers of indeterminacy and ag-
nosticism.
I think Oi the Simone de
Beauvoir who was awarded the
Jerusalem Prize for her con-
tribution "to the freedom of the
sei
individual."
I think of the Simone de
Beauvoir of whom Premier
Yitzhak Kabin said, "She dis-
plays great courage in the fight
. for equality and freedom
with nations among nations'
and that "she is the symbol of
a writer fulfilling her mission."
'
oo Many Questions Plague U.S.
Bv MAX LERNER
lea Times Syndicate
Iff YORK CTTYl We suf-
u4a a plague of question-
's What thret people do I
Jire n1st in all the world'
ari- the Rvb most impor-
wonien in the United
Lee Harvev Of
James Earl Rav and Sir-
jirhan alone in killing their
treats? What are
disasters ahead for
| & | i years? Ditto th i
25'
i (orm of idiocv.
morning mail.
k based on the loony
try that vou can sort out
bry in rank orders and de-
Ihe truth of an issue by
the post offic.
; l.S News and World Re-
jrhich rarely prints non-
e. breaks its rule once a
fftth the resuhs of a ques-
aire a thousand "men
women of distinction," on
_ Run* America?"
(give.- the first and second
of in each. Gerry Ford
_ first and House Speaker
Albert 10th on the first
rai <>ng the question
her either man runs his
tctivi domain or is run by
knttry of State Henry Kls-
tr. of course, is second.
Co-" the two economic
5. Art!' ir Rurns and Gcorg-
nv, who presumably run
I labor, then Nelson
! followed by Chief
rAIMER'S .
I MOM M t NT COMPANY\ k
ELKIM i
|rR- s-FMORIALi
M >/rafted
IN K WORKSHOP
> 1 r
Mr ST MIAMI
Justice Warren Burger, who
r,n v:c i*iority on the Su-
preme Court.
THEN COME Sens. Ted Ken-
nedy KMi Mike Mansfield, and
then Wi t'-r CronkitO, who
doesn t run anvthing except the
powerful CPS News program.
The way Cronkit,"1 sticks out
from th- rest suggests what is
wrong with the list as a whole.
Th* other nine men exercise*
varying decrees of power, while
people like Cronkite exert in-
fluences.
Volitical and economic deci-
sions '-lay be made by people
sitting in the covert as well as
overt seats of the mighty. But
you can't get at them by ques-
tionnaires and straw votes
only by a tough research which
asks who decides what, when,
how and with whom.
We are on better territory if
we ask not who runs the coun-
try but who forms the climate
which influences what the de-
cisions will be and whether they
will work. One way to look for
them is to single out the great
currents of thought and opinion
and trv to track down who has
helped shape them.
AVOIDING the obvious ques-
tion of who in the past in-
fluenced the American foreign
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legal currents of today.
The Supreme Court majority
that Chief Justice Burger com-
mands must reckon with the
great movements of thought in
the law schools, on capital
punishment, on abortion, on
pornography, on executive priv-
ilege. There are a half-dozen
legal scholars, notably the late
Alexander Bickel. without whose
critical scrutiny of past courts
and decisions the present trend
toward a legal ctntrism would
be impossible.
YET WHEN President Ford,
speaking at toe Yale law school,
promised a crackdown on the
punishment of serious crimes,
he met a cool reception. His
audience was skeptical of deter-
rence theories, whether by the
death penalty or imprisonment.
Take two other areas. There
are no blacks and no women
on the U.S. News list, yet what
happens in the thinking of black
AGAINST THIS prestigious
array of accolades to her life,
no less than to her literature, I
behold a sort of Yahoo Dick
Renick and Vernon Holloway
sitting there in Tallahassee vot-
ing against ERA.
And Rabbi Weberman, who
by his own all-too-frequently
heralded accounts, takes his
"pru u'ri-u" more proudly and
seriously than anyone I know.
movements and women's move-
ments may set the climate for
another decade like the turbu-
lent sixties.
When Susan Saxe announced,
after her years in the weather
Underground and her recent
arrest in Philadelphia, "I am a
lesbian, I am a feminist, I am
an amazon," it was clearly
meant for quotation in the fu-
ture. But one asks what intel-
lectual influences in the imme-
diate past and present can ac-
count for the shaping of so
bleak a militancy?

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The Jewish Floridwn of Greater Fort Uuderdale
Frid
lav.
May
Top Jewish Leaders Meet With Sisco in D.C.
. ... .W nuintitUl nf A1.1 If
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Continaed from Page 12
suit of the exchange, he person-
ally believed that the "climate
is belter now" between the U.S.
and Israel than it was last Mar.
22 when the second-stage talks
between Israel and Egypt con-
ducted by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger, were sus-
pended.
But. Miller cautioned, "we
an in for long difficult pe-
riod" in the U.S.-Israeli relation-
ship.
Miller told reporters that the
bulk of the questions at the
meeting and Sisco's responses
wore related to "the malaise of
the Jewish communityindeed
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and into Canada for teens, ages
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Participants will be traveling
on a Cross Country Travel Tour
for 42 days, leaving Miami June
22 and returning Aug. 3s allow-
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The teens will be seeing such
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nitvover the pressures being
put on Israel fcy overt and off-
the-record remarks" by Admin-
istration sources, the climate
created by these remarks and
the linkage of military equip-
ment to the Administrations
reassessment of its Middle East
policies which we felt ought
not to be."
c -HE OBSERVED that there
have not been "many positive
words regarding Israel in re-
cent weeks by Administration
spe^^men."
Miller said that the State De-
partment officials attending the
meeting had said "certain things
that encouraged us" but also
left "some question marks."
He said the positive aspects
were the reiteration of the US.
commitment to Israel's security
and the special relationship be-
tween Israel and U.S. Less posi-
tive was the outcome of the
reassessment and the failure to
state the quantities of aid Israel
would receive from the U.S.
ACCORDING to Miller, Sisco.
who is chairman of the group
conducting the policy review
ordered by
tressed that thsT?
mined to Israels s~
survival and that he
the saositivuv ^
sympathizers her* Q
ministration speak, q,
raeTs survival wit^
ing security.

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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Wort Lauderdaie
Page 11
mirlas Gardens Thrift Shop
lunches Dade-Broward Drive
e Thrift Shop of the Mi-
Jewish Home and Hospital
ie Aged at Douglas Gar-
has announced plans for
irae scale Dade and Browr
County mtrchandta* /fcc-i
Bibon drive aimed at pro-
unprecedented financial
art for the muhi-eervic*
latric caro center.
Thrift Shop was respon-
last year for the purchase
.11 drugs and medical sup-
6 for Douglas Garden's 227
residents, 65 percent of
l are on welfare. All of its
flt5 are applied to the
ne s enormous medical bud-
Lccording to Aaron Kravite.
president and long
chairman of the Thrift
committee, the Thrift
has enjoyed tremendous
i-th in recent years.
I have evolved to the
where our Thrift Shop is
["largest such operation in the
ast. capable of handling
.thing from clothing and
Ividual pieces of furniture
[entire estates, automobiles
| any large scale lots of mer-
ndise." Kravirz reported.
I Thrift Shop currently
ploys 13 full time employees,
of them senior citizens.
has a fleet of 5 trucks for
pick up service.
be want people to realize
direct impact their dona-
are having on a lot of
dy and deserving people."
Jerry Resnick, Thrift
wager. ,
Maine
"But due to the catapulting
expenses of medical care at
Douglas Gardens, it is impera-
tive that we acquire aa much
fiew and used merchandise as
he' many, friends of Douglas
Gardens can afford to donate."
All donations are tax deduc-
tible.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
DRYWALL FINISHERS
LOCAL 1942
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The Jewish FUxridum of Greater Fort Lauderdale
^day. May i6

"To every thing there is a season,
and a time to every purpose under the heaven;
...a time to be born ...a time to plant
.T.a time to heal.. .a time to build up; I
a time to weep, and a time to laugh; j
a time to mourn, and a time to dance;
a time to cast away stones,
and a time to gather stones...
a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;
a time to love... and a time of peace'.'
Ecclesiastes 2:22-3
Now is the time to actwith cash.
Give to the Israel Emergency Fund
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