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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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wJewisti Floridian
/olume 7 Number 4
OF OMATH POWTlAUDSaDAU
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, February 17,1978
Price 35 Cents
Syhindler:
i Settlements Issue^ ^^^^ PasT8Tes
Not UJS. Jews'Matter W.5 Million....Confidence Up
Israeli
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
|Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
airman of the Conference of
sidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, said that
the controversy surrounding
Israeli settlements in the oc-
cupied Arab territories is "not an
ssue' for the American Jewish
Community but a matter to be
jived "in direct face-to-face
ilks" between Israel and its
eighbors.
Schindler also said that he
lidn't think that Egyptian Preai-
ent Anwar Sadat's "open
etter to the American Jewish
ommunity, published in the
Hami Herald and other news-
papers was part of an "invidious"
ipaign to drive a wedge
etween American Jewry and
Israel.
HE SAID that any person who
lieved that the Jewish com-
nunity's support of Israel can be
?eakened is "naive or a simple-
st! and Sadat is neither."
Schindler made his remarks to
eporters in the diplomatic lobby
bf the State Department after he
^nd four other Jewish leaders had
mi minute meeting with
fiecretary of State Cyrus Vance.
On i he question of settlements.
Schindler said the" "Presidents
Conference does not have "any
ilicy" bacauM that is a
Halter" for Israel and the neigh-
boring governments to decide.
Ill said that there isn't any
krohlem between Israel and her
|eighhora that cannot l><
solved in direct, face -to face
alk-
W MINDLEK said he was
Icertain" that the issue of Israeli
Htltiii.nls in Sinai can be
rsoUod by Israel and Egypt and
in other areas by Israel
appropriate partners."
powever, he said, the problem
innot l>e resolved if a surrogate
chosen like the Jewish com
limit v to take a role
Schindler acknowledged that
settlements issue was
lerious" but claimed that it has
ifn overblown" and "mag-
|ufied He defended the settle-
ments, however, contending that
|hej cannot justly be considered
mperialistic" since there are only
pbout 3.000 Jews among 750,000
krabs in Judaea and Samaria.
Me also said the settlements do
Jot represent expropriation or
displacement" of Arabs. He
Claimed their presence was. in
a ing industry and higher living
Standards to the whole area.
ON THE question of Sadat s
|open letter" to which Schindler
pplied in an open letter" of his
*n. he said the Egyptian Presi-
?nt had received requests for
*'ks from the Miami Herald
t he address the American
'wish community before he
|nally sent it.
Some American Jewish leaders
""k a different view of Sadat's
pt*r. Among those seeing it as a
^liberate ploy to weaken
American Jewish support for
Brael and trying to appeal to the
kmencan Jewish community
ra i si
illi
over, the head of the Israeli
government were Faye Schenk,
president, American Zionist Fed-
eration; Rabbi Arthur HerUberg,
president, American Jewish Con-
gress; Rabbi Joseph Sternstein,
president, Zionist Organization
of America; and Theodore R.
Mann, president. National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council. However,
Chaim Herzog, Israel's Ambas-
sador to the United Nations, said
Sadat has as much right as
Continued on Page 2
Federation
IStudy Sessions
:: The members of the board :
j-of directors of the Jewish -S
* Federation will be attending ::
:j:a study session this Thurs x
$ day evening, Feb. 16, at the %
? Federation. The session will $
:: focus on the role, responsibi- g
|: lilies, aims, work and signifl- ::
gcance of a Jewish Federation $:
:: board of directors.
: Fred Sichel. chairman of ::
|:|the Intermediate Cities '
? Committee of the Council of :
x Jewish Federations and Wei- ::
jjfare Funds the national g
agency that serves thecoun- S
: try's many local federations ::
will lecture at the session,
% JACOB Brodzki. pres |
jijident of the Federation, re- S
Inferred to Sichel as "our |
: teacher." asserting that *
while the Fort Lauderdale j:|
g Federation board has made ::
v gaint strides over the past :
$10 years, we have much to |:|
from the accumulated ::
experience of the *
:: learn
Sand rich
^Council."
Unlike other schools, this
gone will open with cocktails.
1
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The Fort Lauderdale
UJA campaign this week
swept past the million-and
a half dollar mark with a
momentum that raised high
confidence the drive would
be in the neighborhood of
its $2.5 million goal by the
time of Israel's 30th anni-
versary in mid-May.
Charles Locke, the UJA
general chairman, said in a
report to the campaign cab-
inet that the 1978 drive was
"not only bringing together
more dollars earlier than
ever before but was show-
ing a percentage increase of
record proportions.
The increase right now," he
said, "shows better than 34 per-
cent, and that's the highest
it's ever been at this point in any
of our previous annual efforts."
Locke credited three factors for
the strong showing. He said that:
(1) Contributors were giving
"better than ever."
(2) THE CAMPAIGN had a
"larger and more experienced
corps of volunteer chairmen and
committee workers in all areas of
north Broward," and
(31 The campaign "keeps ex-
tending its scope to embrace con-
dominium complexes, single-fa-
mily home districts and business
areas where we have not been
before "
In this latter connection, he
praised the Federation's fund-
raising staff "for its initiative
and diligence," noting that
"while it is probably one of the
smallest groups of professional
fund-raisers in the country, it is
doing its work exceedingly well
by bringing in more dollars and
turning up men and women of
strong leadership quality."
Abba Ebon to Appear
At Parker Parkhouse
The Jewish Community Center
will present an Evening with
Abba Eban" Sunday. April 23 at
ABBA EBAN
8 p.m. at Parker Playhouse.
1 n a lecture entitled '' Prospects
for Peace in the Middle East:
Reality or Fantasy." Eban will
make his first Fort Lauderdale
appearance. His visit will be in
connection with the observance
here of Israel's 30th anniversary.
EBAN has served as Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, its permanent rep-
resentative to the United Nations
and as Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Deputy Prime
Minister in the government of
Yitzhak Rabin. He also has been
the president of the Weizmann
Institute of Science at Rehovoth.
The former ambassador has set
down his memoirs in a book
entitled Abba Eban, An Auto-
biography, which was a recent
book of the month selection.
He is also the author of My
People, which recounts the
history of the Jewish people, and
My Country, which tells the
story of Israel.
Tickets are available only at
the Jewish Community Center in
Fort Lauderdale
IN ADDITION to the lecture,
a patron reception is planned
with Eban as guest of honor
Limited patron tickets are avail-
able through the JCC.
THE GENERAL chairman
entered what he termed "a word
of caution," asserting that "there
is still a million dollars to be
raised before we can say that our
goal has been achieved. We are
today beginning the hardest part
of our campaign."
Locke pointed out that the first
phase of the Fort Lauderdale
UJA proceeds in two directions
at once, the first aimed at bring-
ing major gifts and the second
designed to encompass as much
of the area's "snowbird" popula-
tion as possible He termed this
year's first phase "the moat suc-
cessful so far."
The next phase, be said, "is the
one beginning now, and that will
be to reach out to the permanent
population."
THE CHAIRMAN gave spe-
cial emphasis to what he said was
Greater Fort Lauderdale's "real
potential.
"I am personally pleased that
the campaign is doing so well,"
he declared, "and I have every
expectation that we will exceed
last year's record showing of
$1.83 million. But even if we at-
tain our $2.5-million goal for
1978, it will be far less than the
Jews of North Broward can con-
tribute.
"Not only is this the fastest
growing metropolitan area in the
country and that's a phenome-
non in itself; it is also a place of
immense wealth. The UJA here
should be raising upwards of $5
million and one of these years,
very soon, I hope and pray that it
will
"IT COULD happen today, if
people extended themselves a bit
more and if those who are not
yet contributors came forward to
help," he said.
Locke noted that the "ups and
downs of the Israel-Egypt peace
effort were having no ostensible
effect on the campaign, with but
one possible exception. Every
time Egypt's Sadat acts in some
bizarre way, as when he abruptly
ended the talks in Jerusalem, or
when he accuses Mr. Begin of not
being 'more forthcoming,' our
UJA campaign meetings bring
out more people and there is a
stronger spirit of solidarity with
Israel."
From the Hebrew Presfi:
Current Israeli Trends
EDITORS NOTE: This
is the first of a series of
monthly reviews of stories in
the Hebrew press of Israel
reporting trends and deve-
lopments on the human
scene there, with emphasis
on those affecting the pro-
cess of immigrant absorp-
tion and the quality of life.
The series is prepared by the
national UJA.
Community Centers in Israel
Davar: The 81 community cen
ters in Israel represent one of the
country's great success stories.
The centers serve more than
400.000 people, including more
than a third of the inhabitants of
development towns. They are
part of a great experiment in Is-
rael, which began in the 1960s
when the late Zalman Aranne
was Minister of Education and
Culture.
At that time, the Central Office
of Statistics found that there
were 250.000 illiterates in Israel.
It was also found that some chil-
dren who graduated from ele-
mentary school could not read
and write.
Mr. Aranne began a project of
informal education and an exper-
iment to combat illiteracy. Wom-
en soldiers came to the develop-
ment towns. "Art for the People"
was designed to bring perfor-
mances to the small towns and
Moshavim.
THERE WERE no suitable
buildings in these places, nor was
there the needed manpower. It
was then decided to establish
community centers as a central
force in the social and cultural
absorption of hundreds of thou-
sands of immigrants in the she-
chunot and development towns.
I n 1968-69 the first community
centers were established. Yigal
Alton helped a great deal in the
development of the community
centers, creating the organiza-
tional framework for their activi-
ties. Today, there are 81 such
community centers, which serve
400.000 people.
The late Pinchas Sapir also
Continued on Page 3
Sisterhood Interfaith Meeting Nears
A panel of five clergy-
men's wives will be the
featured guests of a special
interfaith meeting sponsored
by the Temple Sholom
Sisterhood. Tuesday. Feb. 21
at 1 p.m. in the Temple
Social Hall. A dessert hour
will precede the meeting.
The panelists will be
Rachel Skop. wife of Rabbi
Morris Skop of Temple
Sholom; Pat Black, wife of
Rev. Dwayne Black of First
United Presbyterian Church;
Pam Kelley, wife of Father
Christopher Kelley of Kpis-
copal Church of St. Martins
in the Field; Kuth Smith,
wife of Rev. Sam Smith of
First Methodist Church, and
Ida Mae Griffith, wife of
Bishop Griffith of the First
Baptist Church. All are
located in Pompano Beach.
JOANNE Zipper. Sister-
hood cultural chairman, will
be the moderator. Esther
Cannon, president, will open
the meeting with a tribute to
Brotherhood Week.
The public is invited.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, February nt ^
UJA Campaign Progress
Fifty men and women from all parts of Greater Fort Lau-
derdale were led by Federation president Jacob Brodzki and
UJA general chairman Charles Locke as they met with Israeli
Foreign Minister Moshe Day an and other South Florida Jewish
leaders for a briefing that took place Feb. 15 at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel on Miami Beach.
Day an told the group that Israel would not be stampeded
by President Sadat's diplomatic maneuvers, public relations
drives or by some of his other antics.
ISRAEL, he said, was determined to abide by its need to be
secure. He told the Jewish leaders that only Israel could deal
with the Arab leaders on the core issues and that neither Pres-
ident Carter nor even American Jews would write the final
outcome.
At the same time. Dayan praised the Jewish community of
the United States for its continued solidarity with Israel and
said that Prime Minister Begin and the other leaders of Israel
felt the warmth of American Jews, which he said was not only an
encouragement but a strength.
Brodzki and Locke said that the Fort Lauderdale delegation
was deeply impressed and moved." Locke went on to say thai
Moshe Dayan has personally inspired all of us to keep doing
our utmost in the campaign. "
INVERRARY: More than 200 men and women turned out
Saturday evening. Feb. 11 to honor Jerry Egan and Harold Sla
ter and to set a new record for the Inverrary UJA. Not onlv has
the drive exceeded the $82,500 it amassed last year but its with
in dollars of the $100,000 mark
Joe Kaplan, the Inverrary UJA chairman, said that the
drive must attain its $150,000 goal and our Inverrary dinner was
not the end but the real start of what we set out to do this year.
PALM-AIRE: A dinner at Pier 66 that paid tribute to the
memory of Harry Levin served to launch the UJA effort here
with an outfall of major gifts that has given the drive a heady
start. Mr. Levin, who was a central Federation UJA leader in
the Palm-Aire community, went to an early death last vear as
the result of a Miami automobile accident while he was en route
home. The tribute dinner was attended by members of his fa-
mily.
The Palm-Aire campaign is headed bv Karl Biller. Nat
(ioira. Abe Hersh. Al Levis. Charles Ruben. Ham Sack and
Sam Schwartz
POMPANO BEACH: Parliament House held its third an-
nual UJA cocktail party Tuesday afternoon. Feb. U in the home
of Mr and Mrs Sidney Liben. with Liben as chairman of the
UJA effort The guests heard from Henry Lew. an American
living in Israel who told what it was like in Jerusalem that long
weekend this past November when President Sadat came to ad-
dress the Knesset.
The response by the more than 35 guests was the best yet.
Liben reported. Members of his committee included Harry Bra-
verman. Irving Brower. Paul Cohen. Melvin (ioldberger. Lao
Fox. John Craubart. Beryl Goldman. Jack Kupsoz. Harold Le-
vy. Harry Locke. Albert King. Bernard Kesnick. Joseph Shot/
Irving Schwartz. Jerome Sostman. Irving Simon. Charles
V\ inkier. Sam Wilen and Sigmund Zellat
Century-Plaza condominium will hold its third annual 1.1A
cocktail party on Thursday. Feb. 23. starting at 4 p.m Mrs
Esther Cannon is the chairman of the UJA committee which in-
cludes her husband. Ralph Cannon; Mr and Mrs. Irvin Kolman.
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Millman. Mr. and Mrs. Abram Simon,
Mr and Mrs Sam Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weidenfeld
Mrs. Cannon holds high leadership posts in the Temple
Sholom Sisterhood and in Hadassah Kolman was the Century-
Plaza chairman the first year Weidenfeld held the chairmanship
last year. Mrs. Cannon is working toward a 100 percent atten-
dance of the building's Jewish residents.
The Claridge and Kennaissance buildings are pointing
toward a Sunday brunch on Feb. 26 that will bring the residents
of both buildings together for the first time, for any cause. Har-
ry Fellman is chairman of the Claridge UJA effort, and Morris
Leibson is chairman in the Renaissance, with Mrs. Fruma Curtis
as co-chairman.
In addition to Fellman. the Claridge committee includes
Harry Axelrod. Sid Grossman. Morris Kahn. Louis Price and
Sam Rush. The brunch, starting at 11 a.m.. will take place in .he
Renaissance social hall.
INTERNATIONAL VILLAGE: Edith and Shepard
Forstot were hosts at a UJA cocktail party in their home on
Sunday. Feb. 12 that brought a large turnout from the Orleans
Building Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. the spiritual leader of Tern
pie Beth Israel, was the guest speaker.
Audrey Schlang and Mary Friedman will be the hostesses
of a UJA cocktail party in their home on Sunday. Feb. 19 for
residents of the Edelweiss Building. The party will get under
way at 4 p.m. with Al Golden as the guest speaker. Golden is a
board member of both the Miami and Fort Lauderdale Jewish
Federations and is vice-president of Riverside Chapels.
Sunday. Feb. 26 is the date of the main International Vil-
lage UJA assembly, which will start at 8 p.m. in the Village
clubhouse. Jack Sylvester is chairman of the International Vil-
lage UJA, with Aaron Koenig as honorary chairman.
Mrs. Paula Borenstein. European public relations director
in the Paris headquarters of the Joint Distribution Committee
(JDC) a main constituent of the national UJA will be the
guest speaker, with an entertainment portion of the program
that will hear from guitarist Tiki Silverman and operatic vocal-
ist Doc Blanchard .
The campaign committee is made up of men and women
drawn from every one of the buildings in International Village.
Its members are: Irving Ashkenaz. Max Blitstein, Dr.
Charles Blumenfeld. Herman Duberstein, Mary Friedman.
Edith Forstot. Harry Ginsberg. June A. Gordon, Archie Gould.
Dr. Julius Gruenberg. Sol Hirsch. Max Jacobs, Lester Kahn.
Harold Leff. Hilda Leibo, Sam Mayerson. Daniel Paley. Irving
Reimer. Audrey Schlang. Dr. Irving Shimkin. Milton Siegel.
Harry Troyen and David Zigler.
Egypt Press Refuses to Print ADL's Lettei
NEW YORK The Egyptian
newspaper Al Ahram. which
agreed to publish an open letter
to President Sadat from the Anti
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith replying to Sadat's mes-
sage to the American Jewish
community, has abruptly re-
versed itself.
The letter, by Burton M. Jo-
seph. ADL's national chairman,
was sent to Abdalla Abdelbari.
director-general of Al Ahram in
Cairo. Abdelbari. in a Jan. 30 te-
lex to ADL. said that the chief
editor of Al Ahram "has decided
to publish your views free of
charge with his comments."
THE LEAGUE'S national
chairman, in a cable to Abdelbari.
said: Press reports indicate you
have reversed your decision Te-
lexed to me on Jan. 30 in which
you state Al Ahram will publish
my letter replying to President
.Sadat's message to the American
Jewish community. Puzzled by
this abrupt change inasmuch as
you had copy in advance. Grate-
ful if you clarify your sudden
change of mind."
The full text of the Joseph
Open letter to President Sadat,
offered to Al Ahram on a paid ba-
ms. is as follows
"Dent Mr. Sadat:
"Your peace initiatives have
won the admiration of all people
who genuinely wish an end to
hostilities in the Middle Hast and
;i lincere beginning to a real and
lasting peace.
Recognising the historic signi-
Schindler
Continued from Page 1
anyone to try to influence public-
opinion in a free society
Schindler. who met with Sadat
at Aswan last month, said he is
certainly sympathetic with
Sadat's motives and peace
yearnings which all Americans
share with a whole heart
However, he said, there are
some specific points on which
we don't agree."
HE OBSERVED that Sadat
-ays he has given everything to
Israel and Israel has given
nothing Schindler said that, on
the contrary, he believes that
Israel has made far-reaching
political and territorial con-
cessions" and that President
Carter agrees with this view
Schindler declined to discuss
the Middle East aspects of this
talk with Vance today which was
apparently devoted largely to
Soviet Jewry affairs.
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ficance of your visit to Jerusalem
two months ago. we suspended
the proceedings of our own na-
tional conference in order for our
members to hear your unprece-
dented address to the Israeli
Knesset and the ensuing state-
ment by Prime Minister Mena-
chem Begin. With millions of TV
viewers, we watched the heart-
warming reception given you by
the Israeli people who are as
weary of war and the threat of
war as are your own people.
"ON SUNDAY. Jan 29. in an
open letter in the American press,
you addressed some questions to
American Jews. In it you sug-
gested that we should somehow
influence the Israeli government
in reaching decisions central to
its security.
Respectfully, Mr. President.
we suggest that your communi-
cation was misdirected.
We Americans of the Jewish
faith are citizens of the United
Stales and therefore not a proper
party to the negotiations between
your government and the sover-
eign state of Israel Indeed, we
would be distressed to see this
-eriMtive negotiating process di-
minished by the gratuitous intru-
-ion of any third party including
the American Jewish community
"IT APPEARS self-evident to
us that a genuine and permanent
peace agreement can only result
from talks by the parties directly
involved, in which each side be-
lieves in the terms and subscribes
to them willingly, and not be-
cause of outside pressures.
\s observers who are not
participants in the direct nego-
tiations between Israel and
Egypt, we believe your assertions
of Jan. 29 are incorrect that the
behavior of the Israel govern
ment in recent weeks has been
negative' and disappointing.'
You ask questions of Ann,,
ican Jews which in our view hav
already been satisfactorily jo.
swered by Israel. Its represent*.-
lives have stated that Isnel'j
national security must be recor
nized. discussed snd implement-
ed in any agreement it enters
with its Arab neighbors. This
would appear to be a fundamen-
tal in any agreement between two
sovereign nations.
"IN ADDITION. Israel h*
made it abundantly clear that she
is not interested in gaining terri.
tory. She has committed herself
to surrendering the Sinai to
Egypt, sacrificing, as you and
your military leaders an' surely
aware, essential military security
which that land mass provided.
I srael has clearly indicated iu
flexibility with regard to the
\\ est Hank area of Judea and Sa-
maria, and of (iaza. in proposing
that the Palestinians be given
self-rule, while permitting Israeli
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lor the time being for purposes
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Friday. February 17, 1978
C.V./ Deerfield UJA
Advance Gifts Dinner
The Jewish Fbridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3
Hostesses, seated left to fight, are Jen Maltzman. C,ita I.auer.
Hose Wachapmt, -lean Rosen. Rose Reingold: Standing, left to
right, nrv Esthyr Roscnblum. Pauline Rapoport. Mrs. Louis
Silrersteirt, Marx Ravony and Helen Reck.
Hosts and hostesses, seated left to right, are
Ruth Klein. Esther Gardner, Esther
SUverman, Helen Reck: standing left t.>
right. Cy Wachspress, Molly and (ieorge
Patraka, Shirley Weissman, Dorothy Rlotky.
Meta and Jerry Sonnahcnd, Miriam and
Harry Ease. I.ouis SUverman and Henrx
Not present hut serving as hostesses:
Fanny and Sol Album. Emily Nathan. Lillian
and Jack Schuurtz, Dr. and Mrs Sidney
Asher. Lucille Merman. Ruth and Al lierley.
Mr. and Mrs. Silrerstein and Mr. and Mrs
Louis SUverman
(More photos on Page 141
Current Israeli Trends
Continued from Page 1
helped a tfreat deal, mobilizing
funds lor the centers in the U.S.
Thru was gOVtmmtnt matching
tor funds donated, and guarun-
tcni maintenance budgi
IN ISKAKI.. where immigrant
absorption is the motivating 1st
I Community center servos
enl ire population area. To
the whole area, a wide
range ol BCtivitlaa must lie pro-
i ommunily centers m Is-
mc l have libraries, swimming
|(oo|s, clubs tor the senior citizens
and children's clubs, as well as
I>m chiatric consulting service
community center dove
lops ii- own programs in accor-
dance with the local needs and
ailable manpower For ex-
in the Prophet Samuel
in Jerusalem, there is a
immunity center with a large
athletic field, where young people
occer, coached by promi-
lt hlrles.
ither communit) eentera,
i :! ,/> ns clubs are the cen-
itures I luring the "i urn
'. ar tome centers pro*
labysittmg services io
mothers whose hua-
re "ii military dutj
Kiryat Shmona
Cultural (enter
1 ehronol Kir} ai
ol hope and growth
Attacks i
ears is more active than
d< '. I lopment town in
Id of cultural .mil ail
i:v it it located on the | itfl oi
'he \iali village llalsah. Kiryat
Shmona is now 27 years old and
has a population of 10.000. main-
l> from North Africa. Kurdistan.
Iraq. Rumania, Bulgaria and
India
I delstein House is the cultural
center and also serves as a youth
'""I sport center. This is a'large
""I solid building, through which
" 'east 2(H) young and older peo-
P'e pass every day.
EDEL8TEIN House conducts
d lull program of activities. In-
cluding lectures, exhibits, etc.
"* P'-et Yehuda Amichai and
lh' writer Dan Hen-Amou have
PVen talks there Some painters.
writers and theatrical performers
visit Kiryat Shmona regularly
once a month. There is also a
youth club which holds programs
ol lectures, |>erformances and al-
so disco dancing
Kiryat Shmona maintains
(lose ties with Omanut I.a am
i \rt for the People") through
the I'delstein House. Omanut
I.a am is the organization which
brings (,, Kiryat Shmona almost
all the theatrical performances,
big or small, lias has been the
Case particularly in the last two
years. Some of the kibbutz peo-
ple in the area attend the various
performances and ao there is of.
ten an audience of at lead 2,000
people
Mmost 50 events of various
kinds nre arranged by Omanut
I.a'am for Kiryat Shmona
throughout the year, and tickets
COM II. II (about SI) on the
average.
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Israel's Main Mission...And Ours
There was an otabfic saaapoag of the Jb
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been a
praaaasauoas *jw. Israel
Saaiiinu; aad Jadea aad that
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haraat. (fed ta
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ended aid the (fimC'
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p a.sothatthe
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American Separatist Movement
the cad i Works War II The
lliw' fiafhjaarf Year
the omi ** what*.
an the tail.
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all.
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What the Leaders Say
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. -trx ended because the*> jnt began.
Sea / now*/ r omfe rwnee
The people of Israel can only mgotaate for peace 4
*ad from strength It a thenua> oar titans that they
will have the qoabty of Ufe necessary to help then milaiii
their purpose and rwoJ-.
Lttmmrd R Sir*
Gemrrml Cmnnmam. \mtiomm
W hen I first Ban the Egyptian delegate* to the peace
I -as surprised that I dad dm feel hatred or
and w hen we met and shook hands and talced
he human beings. I realized that, although we had been
fighting for '/f year*, we had not been corrupted that
the people of Israel had not been deformed by the wars
and the power struggles
am. Anei Sharon
Thirty > ears after the Holocaust, it r* not respectable
to he an anti-Semite So there e a new term sterile.
scientific, dean. It is "anti-Zionist And it t* the same
thing ali over again.
Hebre
There are many facets to our struggle for life, but
only one single goal: to be a free people in our own land
tram Katzir
*tdeml of Israel
Behind e\ er> human deed there lie* a dream.
Theodore Herzt
What I lose about Israel so murh is that she reveals
nee what I thank are the best objectives of
\mencan foreign policy: a people and a country who are
assisting on their right to be free and independent, a
people and a country who are willing to use their reaoun.es
to enrich thuanve* of their own people, a people and a
< ountry hr> are wulang to pia> a re*pon*ible role in world
affairs If every country that we have helped would do as
much, the world would be a happier and a safer place in
which to live
Hubert H Humphrey
tar /ini'i i nwiiuu to
net eseu and large ahead and
the concomitant Aa-
suadeat rusk to caah m on the
aunritanre of the war by aspinat
toward meeting the -
LhiHffirt and flnhg the tuddea
space of profraaaoaal nown in
the new uihnoklghs
The predictable reank of this
the dowagraaahg
.-..-
what are loosely aad aornetirnes
absurdh called the hamaakies
gher education
* theae acadenm
cipune* could be conceived of a
rnands as ooaanbataaj
nothma; u> asancing a atari
- cteatifir and urk
xtX anaaare. of what
IHK HIsTORY of the :
-^t there --
-d atrai-
TMtiona
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M put w
Thf drtrrrr
I matter ,-- h
product- of (bt
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port, thi
..nunuedoa Pmgr I
Athletic Facts Shouldn't Shock
' *.'! -c* H
faadiheaoti
town an
erf. fkaV '
la other* bi
aj :tm
and recruiting
kids ho
taa IT VS the nale parent ho
to *** artaaarjt recruited by being
a
ihaukal
B.ACK IN aetaie .or
a the ">* a was Isag !
ago* the Carueg* F
djd a report oa folhgr aad hagk
school athleijcs
the whak kjpotnas of
ob a oae of the top
applaare farms in the
aa offer he couldn t
h htra cane the
-..- h bathal hare aad
a few poceataas
Oae it ad i the protestations of
from the accused local
wan tolerance While
aparts aa oar
stauruoas
WHAT sucks
the
aa- there
reveasuoaaf
recnuungsa
haafcrshall
conduct
no couerti\e
unethical than
unless
coat heal, there is
for the ratten
M prk up the nrpaper
dag and read about the
hiring* and firings of the torn in
the professional leagues. *hen?
-II business, and at our
colleges and universities. hen?
j1! hypocrisy Is it any
nnder the) *hoot their athk-te*
full of dope, as has been charged?
I OSCF. wrote with *n*t
indignation of the sadisn
high school coach whose star
fullback had a tnck shoulder
hich would pop out of place
e\ry often (Hit would rush
the team doctor" to force it back
into the socket and back into the
breach would go the 17-yearokL
>ne time he refused to go back.
and the coach could not tolerate
such conduct Coward he
shouted at the kid You're
chicken \\ inning, as we know.
ry thing.
Harold Laski. at his 194* book.
\mencom Democracy. nte*
of the importance of high
and. particularly, athlete
\mencan life during the first hall
of tka o-niury No incon
t'ootiawed ow Page 13
Notre Dwaae
High school ataJeurs
a Xew Jersey
six formative and
kkj
I
rapud years as a sports writer If i
there ware lararr stada then, the
of 15 to 25000
watched the top school
pay o.
then, that a
hke IBaaafirM foaad a
sary to f wad oae of the beat
n the country year
knisl Iht 111 n
or oacaTEa foi L*uoap*^|
- s wanwi Hwy tsuiu aa [nw ria
StXAKNE SHUCHCT SKLMA M THOMPSON
Ka*fxt^Caior ahuUM to PuMaM'
f*r** ^ a <*r*i^ Tat aasarwa
m **' *^h^ ia men."
Q^^P^^'Pwa.inwni. ru -i
PwahaniBiw
lead of the top
inu :--
Tfc Jew* riaraki
and I may letiruar\
***** uwev awa w* MM* weal*
. Ar*> Oae rtmr-V a Oa Twaw UP*
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Friday. February 17, 197H
I'he .lavish Floridian of (ireater Fort Lauderdale
Page 6
Sadat Says He Failed- He Gets Arms Vow
u tSHINGTON
opinion of Kgypt's
It was the
President
\nwar Sadat that he and
lent Carter failed in their
meeting! over the weekend to
find a way of resuming the stalled
Middle EMt peace talks.
\i the same time, Sadat an-
nounced that Assistant Secretary'
| State Alfred Atherton will be
returning to the Middle East to
take up a kind of shuttle
diplomacy between Israel and
in an attempt to put the
Mall I" an end.
\TIIKRTON will attempt to
pi Israel and Egypt to agree on
,i statement ol principles in order
thai the political talks can
resume in Jerusalem.
iln Tel \vi\ Israel Defense
Minister Moshe Dayen Mondaj
welcomed the announcement thai
Mherton would take up these
duties i
Sadat's gloomy opinion
Sunday night followed on the
heels of an administration an-
nouncemenl Saturday that the
[ S would be selling P6E lighter
planes to Egypt providing it
could get Congressional ap
pro\ al
\('CORDING to sources here.
w ill U' trying to meet part
ol Sadat'a request for 120 I
which would represent a major
shift in arms Balsa policy and
i Ik lirst official attempt to
provide Egypt with the kind ol
fighting weapons it could use in a
.iiii-l Israel
lerrold Schecter. a White
House spokesman, said that No
decision has been reached by the
dent but it earned clear
that one had indeed been made
because administration officials
'in already speculating openh
how I gypi would react to ac-
cepting l'V>E's in place of the
more advanced Klfiand KMithat
Sadat wenta so desperately.
< >ne official estimate of the
Sadat announcement .that his
meetings with President Carter
had failed to come up with a
means of resuming the talks was
i hat Carter had successfully
resisted Sadat's pressure to move
U.S. foreign policy away from
Israeli favoritism and toward
Egypt.
THERE HAD been talk here
on the arrival of Sadat that he
had come prepared to maneuver
Carter into "knocking some sense
into the Israelis. The response in
administration circles was that
Carter hopes' to knock a little bit
of sense into both sides."
Other estimates of the Sadat
talks with President Carter, not
from Sadat himself, suggested
that a second major objective of
Sadat's visit was a public
relations campaign in behalf of
r-Bypt a campaign he began
with his Jan. 29 letter to the
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To counter this, Jerusalem is
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FOREIGN Minister Moshe
. administration offi-
cials were already spec-
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would react to accepting
I's in place of the more
advanced F16 and Fin
that Sadat uants so des-
ptrutefy.
Uavan arrived in New i orK on
Tuesday, just one day before
Sadal left, for a fund-raising lour
taking him to major Jewish
communities,
Dayan's visit will be followed
by former Foreign Minister Abba
Khans vish to the U.S. at the
end of January.
One view of the Middle F.ast
that Sadat attempted to project
in his talks with President Carter
at Camp David was that he has
"an urgent, almost desperate"
need for a sign, move or
gesture'' from the Israelis that
they will make more concessions
Sadai is m) mg w n h increasing
repetith/eness that Israel has
given him nothing in return lor
his historic Nov 23 visit to
Jerusalem as great expense to his
own prestige in the Arab world
and that he is not certain how
much longer he can continue to
come under personal attack from
other Arab leaders for this and
survive politically.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. February 17. 1979
I Organizations News
HADASSAH
The Blyma Study Group. West
Broward Chapter of Hadassah.
will meet at 1 p.m. Feb. 20 in Da-
vie Park for a discussion of The
Sunflower by Simon Wie-
senthal
In a simple tale the author
raises questions concerning the
conflict in emotions felt by a
young Jewish victim of Nazi en-
slavement when he is asked for
forgiveness by a dying enemy
soldier
Dyan Braun. 5 years old. was
to be pinned a life member of
Hadassah at the Feb 16 meeting
She is the granddaughter of Mr
and Mrs Jack Braun of Margate
liana Hadassah will meet
Thursday. Feb 23 at 12:30 p.m.
in Lauderdale Lakes City Hall A
Youth Aliyah film wili be fea-
tured, followed by a Tupperware
party
The Chai Group of Hadassah
of Pompano Beach will hold a
Youth Aliyah luncheon Tuesday.
Feb 2* at the Clubs of I nverrary
The guest speaker will be the
president of the Fort Lauderdale
Hadassah chapter. Josephine
Newman A fashion show will be
presented by Jeannie of Boca Ra-
ton and Las Olas Boulevard
The Orry Groap of the West
Broward Chapter of Hadassah
will meet Feb 23 at 12:30p.ni in
the Holiday Springs Auditorium
Mrs. Anna Sflman. president of
the Rayus Group of Hadassah.
will speak on The Greatest
Child Storv Ever Written."
A performance of the musical
play. Menchen Mendel in Eretz
Israel will be presented bv the
Delta Players Thursday. Feb 23
at 8 p.m. at Coral Springs High
School
Contact Myrna Goldstein.
Rose Spitz berg or Clara Meltzer
for ticket-
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WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
The next monthly meeting of
Branch 1046. Workmen's Circle.
Greater Fort Lauderdale Branch,
will be held Friday. Feb 24 at
7.30 p.m at Lauderdale Lakes
City Hall The meeting will fea-
ture Rep. Steve Warner, who will
speak on What's Happening in
the Florida State legislature
BRANDEIS WOMEN
Brandeis I niversity National
Women's Committee announces
a West Broward Chapter is in
formation A meeting will be held
Feb. 28 at 10 a m If interested,
contact Rath Horowitz or Evelyn
Zuckerman
ORT
Royal Plantation ORT will
present an afternoon at the Dania
Jai-Alai on Feb 28. Buffet lunch
will be served at 11:30 a.m.
For more information contact
Vivian Weinberger.
WIDOWS AND WIDOWERS
The Jewish Family Service of
Broward County announces the
formation of a group of widows
and widowers that will meet in
the agency's office at the Jewish
Federation buildine.
The group will meet for 10
weeks beginning Monday. March
Reinstein Speaks
At Natl. Seminar
Joel Reinstein. Fort Lauder
dale attorney, was to head a se-
minar discussion on the suitabili-
ty of Israel Bonds for pension
programs at a national confer
ence of the New Leadership
group of Israel Bonds. Feb 10-12
at the Eden Roc Hotel in Miami
Beach
Reinstein is chairman of the
Broward Fiduciary and Pension
Committee for Israel Bonds.
DELEGATES from through
out the United States and Cana-
da were to attend the three-day
seminar.
6. from 3:15 to 445 p.m. The
purpose of the group will be to
explore the state of being *i
dowed and how to cope with some
of the resulting problems
Interested persons may con-
tact Marcta Kaplan
BNAIBRITH WOMEN
B'nai B rith Women. Tamarac
Chapter 1479. will hold a regular
meeting on March 16 at the Ta-
marac Jewish Center at 12:15
p.m.
Annual elections and a speaker
are on the agenda New members
are welcome
The chapter will hold a rum-
mage sale at West Broward
Shopping (enter. Stale Road 7
and West Broward Boulevard in
Plantation from Friday. March 3
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Clothing, home furnishings
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B'flRi B rith Lodge 1438 will
hold its induction of new mem-
bers for 1977-78 and nomination
of new officers for 1978 at the
Holiday Inn. Powerline Road n
Commercial Boulevard, at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. Feb 22
AJC
The American Jewish Commit-
tee. Broward Chapter, has named
Isidor Bookbinder as publicity,
chairman and Joel Klaits as pro-
gram chairman.
Bookbinder is mired, living in
Hallandale. and is a Jewish hu-
morist Klaits is a lawyer practic-
ing in Hollywood and Coral
Springs
Both men were elected to the
Executive Board of the Broward
Chapter at its January meeting
SUNRISE JEWISH
CENTER
On Saturday morning. Feb 18,
a kiddush will be sponsored by
Irving and Alice Steinhaus to ce-
lebrate the birthday of Mn
Steinhaus
House chairman Sam Cohen
announced that dates are now
available for future Oneg Shab-
bats and Kiddushes.
NCJW
The North Broward section.
National Council of Jewish
Women, announced that The
Bluebird of Happiness: The
Memoir!, of Jan Peerce by Mar,
L*Vy, will be r-vieued b\ Mil-
dred Epstein on March 1 at 1
p.m. at the Woman-. Club of
Wilton Manor-
NT M ISM ATIC SOCIETY
The regular meeting of the Is-
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Broward took place in the ( oun
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Lake-City Hall Feb. 13.
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Friday, February 17, 1970
The Jewish Fioridian of Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Page 7
Women's Campaign Progress
GALT OCEAN MILE: Mrs.
Betty Madway's Playa del Sol
home was the setting for an edu-
cational coffee house Jan. 25.
Members of the committee in-
cluded Vesta Dorfman, Pearl
GerU. Billie (Mazer. Naomi
Greenberg, Minora Howard, Bea
Karp. Betty Madway, Joan
Okun. the Gait chairman; and
Miriam Paisner.
Irving L. Geiaaer, executive di-
rector of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdaie. ex-
plained the local and overseas
Heeds of the 1978 Federa-
tion / UJA Campaign. Over 40
women attended.
THE EMBASSY TOWERS
Women's Division was host for a
coffee house Feb. 1, for women of
the Shore Club and White Egret.
Mrs. Joan Okun, Gait Ocean Mile
chairman; Frances Wolff, chair-
man of the day; and Rovi Faber,
chairman of WECARE, were the
speakers.
Attending were Nina Denker,
Rose Fisher, Frieda Mandel,
Hannah Norman, Elsie Sterling,
Eleanor Tedesco and Dora
Tisman.
Rabbi Kfraim Warshaw. direc-
lor of the Hebrew Day School of
Fort Lauderdaie. will be the
in st speaker at Plantation Jew-
ish Congregation Friday evening.
Feh 17 at8 p m. Me will speak on
W hv Jewish Education So ()f-
ten Fails."
The rabbi will discuss the find-
ings hi research on the successes
and lailures of the Jewish educa-
lional systems Following his
talk, liahbi Warshaw will re-
spond to questions.
INCLUDED in this service
will be readings Irom the Torah
Mrs. I.uceille ("apian, sixth
grade Hebrew teacher at the reli-
gious school The congregation
and guests are invited to attend
at the temple on Nob Hill Road.
Men's Club Hears
Prof. Schecterman
Temple Knianu-KI Men's Club.
in conjunction with the American
Jewish Committee, held a break-
fasl at the Temple. Feb. 12.
Dr. Bernard Schecterman ol
the University of Miami. Depart
mini of Politics and Public
Affairs, spoke on developments
in the Middle East.
Present at the Embassy Towers coffee hour were (left to right)
Elsie Sterling, Rose Fisher, Frances Wolff, Rovi Faber, Dora
Tisman and Hannah Norman.
Attending the Embassy Toners coffee were (left to right) Joan
Okun, Nina Denker, Frances Wolff, Eleanor Tedesco. Frieda
Mandel and Rovi Faber.
Margate Sisterhood
Installs Officers
The installation of officers of
the Sisterhood of Margate Jewish
Center was held recently. County
Commissioner Jack Moss of Fort
Lauderdaie installed the slate.
The newly elected officers are
Mollie Gioiosa, president; Lau-
retta Ellner, first vice president,
fundraising; Rose Cassara, sec-
ond vice president, membership;
Celia Glickman. third vice pres-
ident, program; Flora Weller, re-
cording secretary; Betty Klein,
treasurer; Nan Carp, financial
secretary; and Lillian Guy.corre-
sponding secretary.
THE FIRST fundraising pro-
ject of the Sisterhood will be a
luncheon-card party at the tem-
ple Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 11:30
a.m.
For tickets, call Lauretta EU-
neror Hazel Fa Ik.
B'nai Zion Org. To
Sponsor Area Tours
Dr. Sam Brown will conduct
tours in the Miami Miami
Beach area, sponsored by B'nai
Zion fraternal organization. Dr.
Brown is an interpreter of Jewish
culture. For further information
contact Richard Meyerson, Flori-
da travel director of B'nai Zion.
I hi Playa del Sol campaign committee (standing left to right)
in Minora Houard. Miriam Paisner. Hetty Mod way, Vetta
Dorfman, Bea Karp and Billie GUuer; (seated) Joan Okun,
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l^asoi able demands which, if
\ip<>n. would place the
in mortal danger."
BEGIN POINTED cut that
indefensible b*onta, we
rounded bj almost
ul,h (he number of taoka Naal
hurled against the
I on m Juna, 1941. In
mascua, Amman and
uhda | the slogans arara the
ni(. Destroy them.1 "Throw
em into the Baa.' We defended
taelvi al great sacrifice We
|m-lli''i he enerolaa on all fronts
I in day
flatly aaaertad that
fully entitled" to ask
"territorial" changes m be
bbodied in paaca treaties
[ioralh and legally" and "ta
mrdance with every inter
Itional precedent.
||!u, he said. Israel volun-
Irilv retrained from doing so .
|
Irael
to encourage understanding and
to pramota peace."
IN His aaawar tfl Ba
Begin also outlined Israel's view
of the outl Judaa, Samaria and tha (laza
Strip. I{c(alling Turkish and
British rule, and then tor nearh
two decades Irulel In the .lor
damans in the east and by the
Egyptians in the south," Begin
deWarcd:
It navet occorrad to either of
the two latter ruling Arab
regimes to offer autonomy to the
Palestinian Arabs.' let alone the
Uritish or the Turks. It is
Israel." he said, which suggests
complete sell rule for the first
time in the context of an admin-
istrative autonomy that will
enable the Palestinian Aral)- to
freely run their daily lives
In light of this. Begin said he
could not understand how
Merit Sadat would mi-under-
stand anything that went bet
them In Jerusalem and at
Ismaflia.
"WHAT President Carter had
tap forward
is labeled as mtransip
\\ hat Secretary V ance bad
notable contribution' and
a constructive approach,' is
(ailed not forthcoming.' Day is
(ailed night Such propaganda
can never prevail over truth."
BEGIN ALSO revealed that
the Egyptian press observed that
he should be grateful that "I was
not beaten up' in Ismailiii
Moreover, I was told by the
writer that I had behaved like
Shy lock, that fictional money-
lender whose price of payment
was a pound of flesh.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. February 17. 1978
News of the Jewish Community Center
First Annual Youth Maccabiad Set Tween Program
Yiddish Musical Sisterhood Hosts -
Comedy Theater interfaith Meeting
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter's First Annual Maccabiad will
be held in Holiday Park in con-
nection with the JCC's
celebration of Israel's Inde-
pendence Day.
The event will be open to all
youth, kindergarten through
12th grade, in the Greater Fort
Lauderdale area. The committee
now in formation will organize
the children by ages, so that the
events are competitive.
THE Maccabiad will take place
Sunday. May 7, from 10a.m. to3
p.m. Maps and schedules of
events will be made available at a
later date.
The planned events and ac-
tivities will accommodate all age
groups. All those signing will
receive T-shirts commemorating
the occasion, as well as iden-
tifying them as participants.
Trophies will be awarded on an
individual and group basis.
Those interested in par-
ticipating who are not members
of organizations are invited to
register by calling the JCC.
The JCC has announced that
its youth program for grades six,
seven and eight is meeting with
increasing success.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter in cooperation with the
Workmen's Circle, is presenting a
Yiddish musical comedy on
Sunday. Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. in
Temple Kmanuel. For ticket
reservations, contact the JCC.
Activities include international,
nights, dances, roller skating, flufrUlOn rTOgrUm
water tobogganing and mystery
nights.
Cantata Planned in Honor of Purim
This year the JCC will present
a Cantata in honor of Purim. The
program will be presented
Monday. March 20 at 1:30 p.m.
in Temple Beth Israel.
The Cantata is entitled A
Dream Fulfilled a story that
ranges from the creation of the
world to the proclamation of the
State of I srael.
THE CANTATA was written
by Cantor Renzor of Temple
Shalom. Pompano Reach. It will
be produced by Gertrude Bodner.
Sunny Landsman will be the con-
ductor and narrator. Mildred
Zlotkin will be i he pianist.
Speaking part* will be played
by Anne Bachenheimer, Gertrude
Panem. Jennie Palmen, Elaine
Rand and Augusta Rubenstein.
The musical parts will be by
Natalie Footnick, Lillian Hahn.
Natalie Orkin. Charlotte Rosen-
GERT BODNER.
Director Producer
swcig, Mollie Rudin and Sylvia
Weingarten.
TICKETS can be purchased at
the JCC.
Children's Activities to Include
Boat Ride, Ice Skating, Theater
A boat ride on the Jungle
Queen and an afternoon of
planned activities at Holiday
Park (bring brown bag dairy
lunch, beverage providedl will
Cast, Crew Needed
For JCC Theater
A date has been set for i
American-Yiddish Players to
perform The World of Sholem
Aleichem. consisting of four one-
act plays; three in English and
one in Yiddish. All are under the
direction of Sunny Landsman.
The play will be presented
April 12 at 2 p.m. A few parts are
still available and the support of
backstage people costumes,
prompters, staging, etc. is
Adult Club Trip
To Planet Ocean
Another one-day trip to Planet
Ocean on Rickenbacker Cause-
way in Miami will happen
Wednesday. Feb. 22 starting at
10a.m.
Departure will be from Britt's
parking lot in i.ie Lakes Mall on
an American air conditioned lux-
ury bus. Then a ill be a stop for
lunch at Bisca im Cafeteria.
Reservatior re limited to bus
capacity onh i or reservations
and price information, contact
the JCC.
Issues and Answers
To Hear Linda Cox
Linda Cox, Democratic State
Representative from District 86,
will speak at the Feb. 19 session
of "Issues and Answers." .The
program at the JCC will begin at
10 a.m., with a breakfast special.
Reservations are requested.
Contact the JCC.
Disney, Cijrus World
Trip Offered by JCC
A three-day and two-night trip
March 13 through 15 is being
offered to members of the JCC
Adult Chib. For further informa-
tion on price*, contact the JCC. .
take place Tuesday March 21.
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m
A lunch at the park and an af-
ternoon of ice skating at Polar
Palace, (bring brown bag dairy
lunch, beverage providedl will
take place Weonoada). March 22
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring
sweater, socks and mittens.
A MORNING of planned acti-
vities in the park and lunch, plus
an afternoon of live theater,
featuring The Emperor's New
Clothes performed by a profes-
sional theater group, is the pro-
gram for Thursday. March 23.
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (bring
brown bag dairy lunch, beverage
provided).
Drop off and pick up will be at
the JCC. Arrangements can be
made for working mothers.
The entire program is for chil-
dren in kindergarten through
fifth grade. For more information
and reservations call the JCC.
THE following additional
activity is scheduled Feb. 22 from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.: Stump the
Stars at the JCC.
Specials coming include an
All Nite Shul-in," bowling,
tennis and dance.
There is still time to join. For
further information call Irv
Bromberg or the JCC.
Adult Club News
The next meeting of the JCC
Adult Club will be Thursday.
March 2 at 1 p.m. in the Lauder-
dale Lakes City Hall.
Detailed information is now
available at the JCC for the
following Adult Club trips:
DISNEY WORLD and Cir-
cus World. March 13 to 15. The
tour includes two breakfasts,
three dinners, two admissions to
Disney World, admission to
Circus World, evening per-
formance of ("an Can."
New Orleans. March 23 to
29. The tour includes five con
tinental breakfasts, one Creole
buffet luncheon on the cruise,
four dinners, two cocktails.
Reservations are filling up fast.
Key West. April IS and 16.
Two days of complete relaxation.
ST. AUGUSTINE and Cape
Canaveral. May 2-1 to26
Israel 21 days LeaVM
May 29 from Fort Lauderdale.
Continues at JCC
The hot kosher luncheon pro-
gram for seniors 60 years of age
and over is in full swing at the
Jewish Community Center.
Lunch is served daily. Monday
through Friday. The program is
funded by the Federal govern-
ment under Title VII of the Older
Americans Act through the local
Area for Senior Citizens of Brow-
ard County.
THE LUNCHEON period
offers an activities program in
' addition to the kosher meal.
Persons 60 and older qualify if
. they meet any one of several easy
conditions.
For additional information call
the JCC at 484-7676.
On Tuesday. Feb. 21 at 7:30
p.m.. the Temple Emanu-EI Sis-
terhood will welcome members of
all faiths to join in an evening of
fellowship and good will."
The meeting will be held in the
sanctuary of Temple Emanu-EI
in Fort Lauderdale.
AN INVITATION has been
extended to the Church Women
United. Rabbi Joel Goor will be
the main speaker on "In Search
of Our Roots." Cantor Jerome
Klement. accompanied by Robert
Nelson, will offer a program of
songs.
Members and friends of Tem-
ple Emanu-EI are urged to attend
and bring non-Jewish friends
with them.
The annual interfaith program
has become a Temple Emanu-EI
tradition. A social hour will fol-
low the program.
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[volunteers who helped with sorting and packaging
glasses and costume jewelry are Heft to right) Rose
tthe Morgano, New Eyes for the Needy chairman.
\r, Gloria Thames and Nathan Zutler.
iteers Package Eye Glasses
II. a group of WE-
Ateers and members
Kretchman Jewish
is Post 730. led by
|organo. W EC A RE
Eyes for the Needy.
|n( the Jewish Fed
Hip packaged and
donated pairs of used
land costume jewelry
jes for the Needy in
rN.j.
Eyeglasses are dis-
se in need overseas
Jewelry is refurbished
'to raise funds for the
H large contributors
[Ida Kaurnel. R'nai
ken of Fort Lauder-
B'rith Women of
Irs Rose Atzlen for
kes Phase 1. Mrs. A.
Forrest. Oakland Hills Womens'
Club. Mr. Hyman Wacks. Com-
mander Hill Kling. William
Kretchman Auxiliary 730, Jewish
War Veterans.
WECARE is now collecting for
the next shipment. Anyone
interested should drop off the
glasses at the Jewish Federation
office.
Nursery School To
Open in September
Plantation Jewish
Congregation announces the
opening of its nursery school for
the year 1978-79. Plans are now
being made for classes for three-
and four-year-olds to begin in
September. 1978.
For information call the
Temple office.
Seniors Urged To
Know Neighbors
On Feb. 15 at 1 p.m.. before an
expected crowd of 200 women of
Phase 4 in Hawaiian Gardens.
Rovi Faber, WECARE general
chairman, and Paul Zimmerman.
WECARE vice chairman, spoke
on the establishment of a WE-
CARE reach-out program at
Hawaiian Gardens.
The purpose of the meeting
was to encourage and establish a
better relationship among the
condo dwellers to be more
concerned about each other.
THE FIRST step initiated by
Claire Lukoff. the Hawiian Gar-
dens Reach-Out chairman, will be
questionnaires to be filled out by
Hawaiian Gardens residents. One
question will be to list the person
to be contacted in case of an
emergency, since so many
residents have family living in
other parts of the country.
Persons interested in setting
up a similar WECARE Reach-
Out branch should contact Adele
Jacobs. WECARE Reach-Out
chairman, or Myrna Felt, WE-
CARE coordinator at the Jewish
Federation office.
Transportation Needed
For Local Seniors
Harriet Schlesinger. a Wood-
lands snowbird, has proven again
that people do care about others.
Having just offered her services
as a WECARE transportation
volunteer, she has already
arranged to transport a local
senior citizen to and from a
doctor's office.
WECARE is in need of more
transportation volunteers and
would welcome a call to Myrna
Felt. WECARE coordinator at
the Jewish Federation office.
Sam Goldfarb Donates Centerpieces
From Dinner to Nursing Homes
Samuel Goldfarb, honoree at
the Jewish Federation's Man of
the Year dinner, donated the flo-
wer centerpieces from the dinner
to local nursing homes and hospi-
tals which then were distributed
by WECARE volunteers.
The following letter was re-
ceived by Rovi Faber, WECARE
general chairman, from Mrs.
(ioldfarb:
DEAR ROVI,
You are the one to be thanked
for carrying out what 1 call my
"flower dream."
Without you and your dear
husband, there would be no
"WECARE" division and no vo-
lunteer committee.
THANK YOU for all your
work, the organizing, the deliver-
ies, etc., etc., and above all, thank
you for your great willingness
and untiring efforts to bring it all
about so efficiently and satisfac-
torily.
Without you, my dream would
have remained "just a dream."
I'm so very grateful to you.
May I join you in the future for
other mitzvahs? Please!
YOU'RE MY kind of gal!
Celia (Goldfarb)
Art, Cultural Committee Established
WECARE general chairman
Rovi Faber has announced a
newly established WECARE
committee for professional art
cultural programs and a forth-
coming one-man art show with
over 100 original oil and acrylic
contemporary paintings by
Florida artist Avi Okun.
The date for the art show is
Sunday. April 2. from 1 to 5 p.m.
at the Orexel Building on North
Federal Highway in Fort
Lauderdale.
HALF OF all proceeds will go
to WECARE. the community
services program sponsored by
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale.
Anne Schneller. art committee
chairman, says that this event
"will add yet another dimension
to the South Florida scene. We
are fortunate, she says, "to have
the imaginative, expressionistic
work of Avi Okun to exhibit and
raise funds for so worthy a cause.
"Mr. Okun has lowered the
prices of his paintings for the art
sale so that it may be a successful
fundraiser for WECARE. It is
the art patrons' opportunity to
purchase an original painting,"
Mrs. Schneller said.
OKUN'S works are exhibited
and sold in many South Florida
galleries.
Members of the committee
include Anne Schneller, artist
and sculptor, Mrs. Mary Kaplan,
artist and art instructor in
Michigan. Jessica Olefson.
docent. Fort Lauderdale Museum
of Art, Lynne Wood, art pub-
licity, and Patrons Selma Strent.
Hannah Norman and Frances
Wolff.


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The Jewish Flondian of Greater Fort Uuderdale
Kriday. February 17
Hillel Day School Celebrates Arbor
Day With Special Program, Planting
Arbor Day was observed at the
Samuel Scheck Hfllel Community
Day School Jan 23. with a
special program and tree planting
ceremony attended by more than
300 students
The program included selected
readings and ringing and poems
of Arbor Day and Tu B'Shevat
The Grade 2-s. under the
direction of Mrs Miriam Wiener
and Mrs Irma Saunders
provided two playlets, one in
Hebrew and one in English
relationship between the Jewish
people in the Diaspora and in
Israel The day is celebrated as
the N ew Year for Trees.
Following the program
presented by the Grade 2's and
the decorations prepared by Mrs
Wiener. Mrs. Saunders and Ilia
Lapidus. the Arts and Crafts
coordinator, students took part
in planting trees shipped from
333
THE program focused on the
Wetor -r>or Day. the im-
portance of trees and the unique
Members Attend Anniversary Lunch
the
se
Pa
ment
Df Selig. a rabi
principal of the school
m of Forestry Nur
the Dade County
Recreation Depart-
Eleven officers and members of
Tempi* Beth Israel Sisterhood
were among the hundreds who
attended the 60th anniversary
celebra- founding of
League for Con-
servative Judaism at Temple
Beth Torah in North Miami
Beach
The 11 participating officers
were Arlene Schnitzer. president.
Hei- ;*ck. past president.
Helaine Orebler. vice president
Vera Sverdlik. treasurer. Leonore
Shapiro. Judaica Shop chair-
woman and branch Board mem-
ber. Elsie Amster. Torah Fund
chairwoman. Harriet Diem. Jill
I>eich and Judy Pleat. Boutique
co-chairwomen, and members
Lillian Schoen and Kitty
Steingart.
A morning Torah Study
session led bj Dr Max I.ipschitz
rabbi of Beth Torah. was followed
by lunch An afternoon feature
was a four way transcontinental
hook-up with similar regional
meeting"- in Nw York, Chicago
and Los Angeles highlighted by
an add- Dr Gorton I)
Beth Orr Choir
Sings to Seniors
On Jan 29. under the leader-
ship of Lilianna Abramson. the
religious school choir of Temple
Beth Orr presented musical pro-
grams at Colonial Palms nursing
home and Plantation nursing
home. The choir was led by its di-
rector. Arlene Solomon.
As a result of these visits, the
children have decided to start an
"Adopt a Grandparent" pro-
gram.
AT PLANTATION nursing
home, a certificate of commenda-
tion was presented to the choir.
These visits were coordinated by
Rabbi Zoll, director of Chaplain-
cy and WECARE.
Any schools interested in par-
ticipating in WECARE activities
should contact My ma Felt, WE-
CARE coordinator at the Jewish
Federation.
Someone
hospitalized?
Bring
them home
- to us.
Recuperation at home is often
fastc and smoother and
less costly We can help the -
home patient with a highly
qualified RN LPN Aide or
Attendant Quality care is easrfy
arranged
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Cohen, chancellor of the Jewish
igical Seminary of
America
Cantor's Concert
Set for Sunday
Temple Beth Israel will present
its second annual Cantor's CoeV
cert on Sunday. Feb 19 at 8 p.m
This year's artists include Cantor
David Bagley. who has served
temples m Mexico City. South
Africa and Israel, and is now
serving as cantor at Beth Torah
Congregation in North Miami
Beach
Also appearing will be Cantor
\dler of Temple Emanu-EI.
Miami Beach, and Cantor
Feldman. formerly of the I-a Sea-
la Opera of Milan and presently
cantor of Temple Mennrah of Mi-
ami Beach
PIANIST Drew Tabachmck
will play Gaorac Gershwin's
Rhapsody in Blue and other
selections at the concert
Tickets are available at th
temple from 9 am to r> p m daily
and Sundays from 10 am to
\mong those who assisted in the tree planting were ihfti
'ii I Use Zimbel, Allison Roth, Robert Zobel, GarettCn
Mayovitz and Suzanne Gittitz.
Hospital Visitors Series Announced Fellowship Tree Planted at Tempk]
Maurice Meyer, chairman of
VRE Hospital visitors, an-
nounced the next series of train-
ing programs under the direction
of Rabbi I^nnard S Zoll. chap-
lain of the Jewish Federation
The seminars will take place at
the Jewish Federation Tuesdavs
from 1 to 2:30 p.m.. Feb. 14 21
and -
Gl'EST lecturers will n
the volunteers on the nati.
the hospital and the proper tech-
niqu- mgpatienta
raoaa interested in partici-
pating should contact Rabbi Zoll
or Myrna Kelt. WECARE coordi-
nator, at the Jew tail Federation
office
Th holiday ofTu B'Shvat. the
Jewish Arbor Day. was
celebrated at Plantation Jewish
Congregation with the planting
of a tree to symbolize the roots"
of fellowship within the Plan-
tation community
In appreciation to Seminol*
Middle School and Mr Green, its
paat principal, and Mr JooJtJ
present principal, for allowing!
temple U> use their fatiUtkaij
year, a tree was planted n I
school grounds
The entire religious schoolt
there with Rabbi Sheldon Hi
and a special ceremony
conducted at the tree plants*]


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. February 17. 1978
The Jewish Floridian of Qreattr Fort I.audenlale
Page 13
jiidliw
[merican Separatist Movement
Continued from Page 4
hm and yet barely out <>t than
ben.
<0. t ht- training of the
i ho engineered the race
first sent ua into deep space
not come el the skpenssof s
I ,n in currkular env
L|v in highei education. Their
Inintf /" ,;' *l ',"' separatist
.\ decades They were
| Freaks
what I am sure ol ia thai
separatist movemenl gave
ithe current phenomenon of
academic tombie what I
the teennofreak. In
l,ui al terms, ii gave rise to the
i iMlish in i hr lower lev -
I educal ion tndaj
I in h lime and em
l n -i" hi m tiit ilc nl
repair the Itaski i ose*
I hul .i" i he national
| |>nrai h m in mil on, .
I III! ;il ion a- .in
nl i ienee
i in thai.
nir legai
oh en
Athletic
Facts
i imtinued from pane I
ha\e been revealed in receiM
Inths
III! ( OACHE8 are only an
I and a reflection of
la\ s lans short lor fanatics.
nt i he more disturbing
I nl our societ) ia
\iol. ntc in the --lands at all
majoi sports events I learned
I article in Veu Times
part ol a school's rating
I he enmmunit) will bederived
liu the athletic status it
llieves," he commented.
lihini: much has changed In the
lyears and the winning teams
npensale in great measure for
losses in educational quality
}gazine that the nets behind
goal posts aren't to keep foot -
troin going into the stands
I to keep the fans from
^rine each other to shreds in
tin-over the ball."
ear of the fans has created a
industry devoted exclusively
crowd control at sporting
I'nis. psychiatrists and psy-
nlngisls are being consulted in
P*ing number for attempts to
III B cure.
[I he suggestion I have won't be
Vn ot course. That would be
ii*M hedule the high school foot-
Kames on Saturday morning
afternoon, the itasketball
Mes after school. Put major
'in baseball back in the sun
're it belongs and throw the
t> players out ol basketball.
i'i.iII and hookey.
V>V. CANT turn the clink
p to those H'hkI ol' days when
jial ills were kept under cover
I- nol surprising that violence
the streets flows through the
lilium gates and onto the
I
^ hal we can do and won't
lis demand that our spectator
J"r's meet the old definition ol I
HI pastime, amusement.
"m and not Im- |ual
P1''r version ot e/ei where
lMl|1 i hmg lor atria
mis
academic zombies, there tren'l
even many good scientiats and
technologists They have bean
crippled to no worthy end. except
in contribute to a national crisis
ol ignorance, professional incom-
petence and. ol course, functional
illiii racj the father ol both these
11 fruits
OP EPIDEMIC proportions,
the crisis reaches into even such
heretofore dedicated pracl i<
medicine and the law. where
greed and corruption distort
dedicsl ion and sen ice into the
symbiotic relationship endemic
to ambulance chasing and the
holj trinity ol American antl
humanism: the whiplash, pain
and suffering.
it is ot course, one-aided to
place the blame lor our own
separatist movement on this
asped ol \meiican separatism
only. There i- another side It is
also academic, but the guiding
tones there are not technological
and scientific They are cultural
and. ultimate!) political
It is the side ha\ ing to do with
l.evesque a separal ism in
Quebec It is the side a study ol
which can teach us much, par
licularly, as I bs) lure in South
Florida Kor more on t hat, nexl
week
I highlight of the Palm-Airt Community Israel Bonds Dinner
u us the presentation of the United Jerusalem Air,ml to Michael
Dan-, and Jules Frank Participants in the ceremony um
(from left! Joseph Kranberg, chairman. Frank Davis and com-
mittee member Jay Haddock Guest speaker was journalist
David Schoenbrun.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. Februa
ry 17.H
Advance Gifts Dinner Launches
C.V./Deerfield UJA Campaign
CENTURY VILLAGE
DEERFIF.LD BEACH: Bernard
I Berne and F.velyn Denner. din-
ner co-chairmen for advance
gifts, report that the Jan 25 Ad-
vance (lifts Dinner in the Inver
rary Country Club was a success-
ful start for the 1978 campaign.
The more than 225 guests from
Century Village and Deerfield
Beach who attended heard from
Dr. William Korey. authority on
world Jewish affairs. The finan-
cial report turned in by Max
Dickstein. the UJA chairman,
shows that the dinner produced
as much as the entire campaign
of last year He noted that this
was done with only the first of
the five events that are on the
campaign calendar
Cooperating with Messrs
Dickstein and Berne and Mrs.
Denner w.re the following Es-
ther Friedman. Ksther Ciitelson.
reception. Al Fishman. publicity .
Emily Nathan, public relations
Anita Berne Kegina Grossman.
seating. \da Serman Winnie
Winkei- psakm bureau:
France*- Nasbaum. program. K-
thyr and Manny Kosenblum.
table decor; Dotty Rosenblatt,
hostes*- Mary I'avony door
priz
%iea ( oordfcMton Mcysr Au-
in. Ben Crewman Sid Hi
Julius Nadel Dr Man us \
baum. Bernard Rapoport
Jack S< nwaru.
H illiam Kon
turn.
urtnan.
Members of Century Village
UJA Cabinet are Mrs.
Dorothy I'lotky I left I, and
Id i Saul Kirshenbaum.
\
Shown are Max Dickstein,
Century Village general UJA
chairman, and his wife Rose.
m
Shown, left to right, are ( harles Locke. General Campaign
chairman. Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale:
F.i elyn Denner. Dinner co-chairman: and Anita Berne. Dinner
seating co-chairman.
left to right ar< I elyn Dinner making presentation
HonoreeIrvingR. Friedman and wife. Esther.
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This is how it was 11 (dnesdafl
evening. Jan. 86 at
lm errury Country Club as th
Century Village Deerfi
Beach I JA campaign yog
under way.
::::::-::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.
Membart Century Village UJA Cabinet
are tleft to right) Abe Rosenblatt, treasurer.
Dottie Rosenblatt, reception: Dr William
Korey, guest speaker: Evelyn Denner.
dinner co-chairman. Ma.x Dickstein. Century
Village general chairman, Irving R.
Friedman. Century Village honorary UJA
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15
ADL Charges Big Oil Discriminating Against Jews
PALM BEACH The
ation's six leading oil companies
kscriminate against the employ-
ment of Jews in their corporate
headquarters. They are protected
by the federal government's
Community Calendar
Frt. 17
Temple Sholom Rummage Sale
Temple Beth Israel School Sabbath
FEB. 18
Temple Belh Orr Sisterhood Art Auction
FEB. 19
Women's League for Israel Diplomat Hotel
Overall Florida 50th Anniversary Luncheon
FEB. 20
Armon Group Hadassoh Fort Lauderdale Group
Board Meeting
Plantation Jewish Congregation
Sisterhood General Meeting
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood
lady ot Valor Dinner
Temple Emanu-EI Bingo
Temple Sholom Bingo 7:30 p.m.
FEB. 21
Hebrew Day School Board Meeting
B'noi B'rith Women Margate Chapter 1 524 -
Regular Meeting
Temple Beth Isroel Adult Education -
Young at Heart U S Y
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Activity 10a.m. to 2 p.m.
WEC ARE 10a.m.
Temple Sholom Sisterhood General Meeting 1 2 30 p.m.
FEB. 22
Coral Ridge ORT General Meeting -
Wilton Manor Women's Club
Roval Plantation Chapter ORT open meeting
Hollywood Federal noon
Temple Beth Israel Bingo
Giloh Group General Meeting noon
FEB. 23
Plantation Jewish Congregation -
Executive Board Meeting
Chai Group North Broword Hadassah -
Youth Aliyah luncheon
: Group Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Templej Belh Isroel Executive Committee U S Y
la Emanu-EI Board Meeting
FEB. 24
Workmen's Circle Branch 1046 Regular Meeting
FEB. 25
Tr-mple Emanu-EI Men'sClub event -
Night at the Roces
FEB. 26
Temple Beth Israel Young Couples Club
FEB. 27
B nai B'rith Men Pompano 2941 -
Generol Meeting
Tomor Group Fort Lauderdale Hodassah -
Board Meeting
B'nai B'rith Women Deerfield 1552 -
Regular Meeting
Temple Beth Isroel Men'sClub
Temple Emanu-EI Bingo
National Council Jewish Women Plantation -
General Meeting
Temple Sholom Bingo -7:30 p.m.
FEB. 21
Shoshana Group Hadassah General Meeting
Temple Beth Israel Adult Education U S Y
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Activity 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Herzl Hadassah Regular Board Meeting am
Royus Group Hadassah Regulor Meeting
MARCH 1
B'nai B'rith Women Inverrary Chapter 1 578 -
Regulor Meeting
Notional Council Jewish Women -
North Broward Section Board Meeting
Temple Beth Israel Bingo
MARCH 2
North Broward Chapter Hadassah -
Board Meeting
llano Group Fort lauderdale Hadassah -
Board Meeting
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Mah Jong U S Y
West Broward Chapter Hadassah -
Board Meeting -9:30a.m.
B'nai B'rith Women Chapter 1513 Board Meeting
f'iends for Life Dinner
Mardi Gras at Woodlands
W D Board Meeting
MARCH 3
Brandeis New Books on Sale
failure to enforce regulations
designed to eliminate
discrimination based on religion
or national origin.
These are the conclusions of a
two-year Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in-
vestigation of the employment
practices of Exxon. Texaco.
Mobil. Standard Oil of California.
Gulf and Shell oil companies.
THE FINDINGS were
revealed by Ira Gissen, the
director of ADL's dis-
criminations department, ad-
dressing a session of the agency's
national executive committee
meeting here at The Breakers
hotel.
Also revealed was that political
patronage, coupled with race and
sex discrimination, is making a
comeback to destroy the concept
of merit in the federal Civil
Service.
According to the report, there
is classic discrimination"
against Jews in the corporate
headquarters of the oil com-
panies, (iissen described "classic
discrimination" as including
recruitment avoidance, pro-
motion levels beyond which Jews
cannot go. non-assignment of
lews to certain job areas, and
stereotyped employment."
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Religious
Directory
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE, 1425 W. Oak
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement
HEBREW CONGREGATION OF LAU-
DERHILL. 2048 NW 48th Ave, Lau
(hrhill Conserv.itive MtK Kronish.
pii-.Klt-nt
RECONSTRUCTIONS Synagogue,
7473 NW 4th St Sieve Tlschler.presi
dent.
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
NW 57th St Conservative. Rabbi Is
rael Zimmerman (44A).
Bonds to Honor Dr. Murray Elkins
=
Dr. Murray Elkins, a physician
in the Broward County Social
and Health Services, who served
last year as co-chairman of the
Woodlands Country Club Com-
munity Israel Dinner of State,
will be honored at thia year's
dinner Sunday, March 19, at the
Woodlands Country Club,
marking Israel's 30th anni-
versary, to be held on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds.
Dr. Elkins is a former at-
tending physician at the Penin-
sula Hospital Center in Rocka-
way Beach. N.Y.. and past
president of the Queens County
lack (Irebler (right), chairman
of the recently held Lauder-
dale West Night in Israel, was
llw recipient of the Israel Sol-
idarity Award on behalf of the
residents presented by Paul
Levine. representing the State
of Israel Bond Organization of
North Broward.
Bar Mitzvahs
PAUL ROSENBERG
Paul Rosenberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Rosenberg, will ce-
lebrate his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Feb. 25, at Plantation Jew-
ish Congregation.
The family will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday, Feb. 24
and the Kiddush following the
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
4171 Stirling Rd. Orthodox Rabbi
Moshe Bomier (52).
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGREGA
TION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Libtral Re
form. Rabbi Sheldon J. Hirr (64).
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob Renier <4>
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION '640
Margate Blvd. Conservative Rabbi
Joseph Berglas.
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St. Conservative Cantor Max
Galluto(44B>.
CORAL SPRINGS
TEMPLE BETH ORR. "51 Riverside
Drive. Reform. Rabbi Leonard Zoll.
DEERFIELO BEACH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE Century
Village East. Conservative Rabbi
David Berent (62).
LAUDERDALE LAKES
OHEL B'NAI RAPHAEL TEMPLE.
4351 West Oakland Park Boulevard
Modem Orthodox Congregation
Rabbi Saul D. Herman
SUNRISE
SUNRISE JEWISH CENTER. INC. 804*
West Oakland Park Blvd. Con
servative. Jack PoUnsky. president
r Jack Merchant. Cantor
DR. MURRAY ELKINS
Medical Society. He has been a
life-long supporter and worker on
behalf of the State of Israel
IN announcing the selection of
Dr. K Ik ins for the Israel 30th
Anniversary Award. Edmund
Kntin. chairman of the Wood-
lands Community Bond drive,
emphasized the importance of the
Israel Bond program to Israel's
long-term economic stability and
the prospects for peace in the
Middle East that have
dramatically brightened
Ben Roisman. civic and com-
munity leader and former vice
president of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Fort Lauderdale. will
serve as chairman of the dinner.
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memorial chapels
1*21 Pembroke Rd.
Hollywood, F la
S24-06*7
Sonny Levitt, F.O.
13365 W DUieHwy.
North Miami, Fla
46-631S
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Newark and to our spaoous
Sundrome TermnaJ at Kennedy
of our $55
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on any of our nonstop fhgnts
for only S55 Monday through
rVednesday, or $75 Thursday
tvough Sunday Samepnces
apply comrg tacK Specal tares
forchidren.Nc meats are served.
out beverage servce 6 avartatte
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mter travel dates are already
fled, so cal nght now
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sunshneartne Rsa way of dang
thngs thafs as warn and fnenrjy
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*or* once a year or *teer times a
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For feservatons cal your
travel agent or National Artnes
at 462-6600_____________
The American Express* CawX.
Oont leave home without w.
Ybu can charge your entire Wp-
youraifare.
your hotel.
your res-
taurants and
more-on the Amencan
Express Card and extend
payments on the "Sign & Fty*~
Ran If you dont already have
an Amencan Express Card.
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apphcation or pcK one up
wherever the Card is welcome.
To La Guarda From Ft Lauderdate,Hollywood
To Ft Lauderaate/Hoywood From La Guarda
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