The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 22, 1971)-v. 3, no. 6 (Mar. 22, 1974).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Dec. 17, 1971 called also v.1, no. 4, Sept. 21, 1973 called also v.2, no. 23, and Dec. 14, 1973 called also v.2, no. 28, repeating numbering of previous issues.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 2, no. 1 omitted in numbering of issues and was not published.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Sept. 7, 1973 called no. 22 in masthead and no. 23 in publisher's statement; Nov. 30, 1973 called no. 27 in masthead and no. 28 in publisher's statement.

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wJewisti Fiend lam
oi \Oltl II ItHOWARD
lume 1 Number 7
January 28, 1972
Price 20 c
arge Number Of Emigres
dds Impetus To Campaign
light of the disclosure that
300 Jewish immigrants from
sia arrived in Israel last week
largest number ever re-
led), and the unusually large
kber who have arrived in Israel
Ing the past 45 days the cam-
In leadership of the Jewish
eration of North Broward
intensified their efforts to
eve maximum results from
(initial Gifts (women) and Ad-
f< Gifts (men) meetings sche-
duling the next two weeks,
eneral Campaign charman Ir-
[Weiser expressed the concern
lie campaign leadership that,
l. it now appears that the
>ing meetings of the 19772
paigll will raise more money
was collected during the en-
[ li'Tl effort, the tmerging pat-
sitate even greater efforts
\hv part of the community to
this emergency situation.
Ke can't overstate the signifi-
of what is happening in Is-
| today." he said, "until the end
ho year, it was projected that
would receive approximately
new immigrants in 1972.
figure has now been revised
irrts to 70,000 or more. We
must be prepared to help share
In the cost of absorbing these
new arrivals into Israel's society,
and the cost will be high.
"We know that the Israeli citi-
zen is the most highly-taxed in-
dividual in the world, and we
know that the Israelis spend 807<
their country." he continued. "But,
I wonder how many people know
that they have just launched a
campaign in Israel to raise 1,000.-
000 pounds to meet this new wave
of immigration? We cannot be
complacent about this new de-
velopment; We must respond to
It as we have done in the past."
Mrs. Donald Mitchell, 1972 Wo-
men's Division Campaign Chair-
man, reported that the Initial
Gifts Champagne Luncheon to be
neld Wednesday at Eduardo's, is
:eceiving wonderful support from
:he women of the community.
"It is a pleasure to know that
so many women in the community
truly understand the needs of
[his campaign this year.
"Initial Gifts chairman Mrs.
Alvin Gross and her committee
have done an outstanding job in
building attendance for this meet-
ing, and everyone who does at-
tend the luncheon must be con-
sidered a responsible community
leader," Mrs. Mitchell said.
Advance Gifts chairman Martin
Yoholem reported that a large
committee of men are working on
the $1.000-minimum Advance Gifts
dinner-dance scheduled for Inver-
rary Country Club Saturday even-
ing. Feb. 12.
Among those serving on the
committee are Alvin Gross, Irvvin
Weiser, Samuel Goldfarb, Martin
Fridovich, Allan Baer, Howard
Miller, Joel Miller, Dr. Myron
Rubin, Albert Garnitz, Joseph
Storch, Jacob Brodzki, Ludwik
Brodzki, Dr. Arthur Segaul, Harry
Klinghoffer, Joseph Novick, Don-
ald Mitchell, Jacob Lutz, Dr. Kona
Simon, Dr. Alvin Colin, Joel
Hoch, Samuel Soref, Alan Ziifer,
and Alfed Zifferblatt.
"Without question, the function,
will be the social event of the
year, in addition to being an im-
portant campaign meeting," Mr.
Yohalem declared.
"Inasmuch as this will be the
inauaural vent at the Inverrary
Country Club, both the commit-
tee ana the Inverrary start are
working doubly hard to make
sure it will be a success." he said, i

This 90-year old Russian Jew is fulfilling the dreams of a
lifetime as ho signs the entry forms at Lod Airport.
News Briefs
inis4i Jews, Israelis Mourn King
[COPENHAGEN (JTA) Danish Jews joined
|ir fellow citizens in deep mourning last week
King Frederik IX. who died January 11
^h, age of 72. Chief Rabbi Bent Melchoir eulo-
the late king who, like his father Christian
mho died in 1947. was a sincere friend of the
ish j>eople. Israeli Ambassador Moshe Leshem
|ed the Royal Palace to sign the mourning
The Israeli flag was flown at half mast
i he Embassy.
con Lauds Role Of NCJW
\ ASHINGTON (WNS) In a White House
Lunation issued in connection with the na-
9l observance of National Council of Jewi.-h
Ben Week,, President Nixon has hailed the
Intuitions of the NCJW to humanity. He sent
|iams to an area NCJW meeting here an.l
luncheon meeting of the NCJW executive
lit tee in New York City, citing the group's
licated participation in civic affairs and vol-
er community services'" for nearly 80 years.
icli Embassy Phones Tapped
JIFFALO (WNS) Robert N. Wall, a for-
|FBI agent who revealed that he tapped the
Jes of the Israel Embassy in Washington dur-
he Six-Day War, said he had learned noth-
Bf interest. In an article which will appear
week's issue of the New York Review of
Mr. Wall revealed that he was ordered
!y Hebrew because "the Israelis were try-
ho get American atomic secrets for their
Una t ion projects." Embassy spokesman re-
to comment on Wall's revelations.
rer Failure Causes Blackout
SL AVIV (JTA) A sudden power failure
ek plunged most of Israel into darkness
rly four hours, causing traffic jams on
rays where signal lights were put out of
The failure was attributed to a bieak-
at the Tel Aviv central power station, one
country's main electric generating plants.
ckout extended from Safad in the north
to Eilat in the south. An overload knocked out
power stations in Haifa, Jerusalem, Ashdod and
Beersheba.
$4 Billion Budget Submitted
JERUSALEM (JTA) Finance Minister
Pinhas Sapir has submitted a $4 billion budget
for fiscal 1972 which he hopes will be anti-
inflationary to the Cabinet. The budget is some
S714 million less than the original draft based on
the requests of all ministries and government
departments. It represents a series of compro-
mises worked out by Sapir with other ministries,
notably defense, but the Ministry of Education
BtlH demands a budget in excess of what Sapir
is prepared to allow.
Saragat Accepts Invitation
ROME (JTA) Former Italian President
Guiseppe Saragat has accepted an invitation to
visit brae) but said the exact date of his visit
will depend on his schedule. The invitation was
extended to him by Israel's Ambassador Amiel
Najar on behalf of the Israeli government. Sara-
gat, who at the end of December concluded a
seven-year term as Italy's Chief of State, was re-
elected a member of the Italian Social Demo-
cratic Party last week. A member of the Italian
Senate, he is considered by most Italians as one
of the country's most important political figures.
Hi in ml er Aide 'Protected'?
BONN (WNS The newspaper "Vorwaerts,"
a publication of Chancellor Willy Brandt's gov-
erning Social Democratic Party, has accused
party leaders of "protecting" a former high rank-
ing SS leader who was an aide to Gestapo Chief
Heinrich Himmler and a direct superior of Adolf
Eichmann. The paper charged that Prof. Reinhard
Hoehn, director general of the Academy for Sen-
ior Industrial Managers, was a "desk criminal"
of the Nazi era. A "desk criminal" is the term
applied to those high ranking Nazis who or-
dered mass murders and deportations without
personally participating in them.
No Nuclear Arms In
U.S.-Israel Aid Pact
WASHINGTON (JTA) An
agreement between the United
States and Israel that will help
Israel become self-sufficient in
the production of certain weap-
ons, does not involve nuclear
weapons. State Department
spokesman Charles Bray said in
reply to questions at a news
briefing.
The agreement, entered into
last fall but made public only
last week, calls for a limited
transfer of American technolog-
ical data and production know-
how that will enable Israel to
produce for itself certain U.S.
designed defense material. Ask-
ed if it include.! nuclear tech-
nology, Bray said, "That is out
of the question."
Mr. Bray disclosed that the
State Department has not made
any written protest to Soviet
authorities over the expulsion
from Russia recently of Rep.
James H. Scheuer D-X.Y., who
was accused of encouraging So-
viet Jews to go to Israel.
He said the State Depart-
ment would seek an opportun-
ity to discuss the incident with
Rep. Scheuer when he returns
to the United States and might
consider further steps after talk-
ing to other Congressmen who
accompanied Scheuer on a study
tour of Soviet educational insti-
tutions.
One of the other legislators.
Earl F. Landgrebe Kind., a
Lutheran whose son Is a minis-
ter, was accused by Soviet au-
thorities of passing out Biblical
tracts in the Russian language
to Soviet citizens. But he was
not expelled from the U.S.9.R.
Under a $54.4 million credit
agreement signed last week, Is-
rael will be able to purchase
American agricultural commodi-
ties. The credit grant is for 20
years at an interest rate of Vh
for the first two yvars and 3%
annually thereafter. The com-
modities involved are feed grain,
wheat, edible oils and tobacco.
Known throughout the world as
"The Pied Piper of Judaism,"
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, a
Chassidic rabbi, will star in the
7:30 p.m. Wednesday concert
sponsored by the Temple
Emanu-Q Youth Group. Pro-
ceeds will be used for youth
activities; tickets may be ob-
tained from Esther Starrels,
president of the Youth Group.


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Friday. January 28. 1977
Finance Minister Cobles
Salute To Bond Leaders
JEK M iJTAi Final Pinhas Sapir thi<
Bond organiz
.nounced that The or--
< oi Israel Boiki.- m MR.
In a cable addressed to Sam Rothberg. general chairman of
the Israel Bond Organization and Loo Bernstein, executive vice
dent. Sapir wrote: "At a time when citizens of Israel are
- ot^ckrir;.- burdens unprecedented in the annals of any other
ili nation. \our share in helping to meet challenges vhich
t r> hand should be a great source of satisfaction to
\ -u all The historic opportunity granted our generation in
1 i:ivir.j th _ate> of the Soviet Union must not be wasted de-
1. 01:1 h<-av> s-curity obligations." the cable said.
Florida USY Given National Honors
r membt 'he United
Snu^osuc- Youth from Florida
ha\< won aia-o- n the national
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Koufax \ow Eligible For
Baseball's Hall Of Fame
B'nai Raphael Congregation, first
place poetry: Sharon Weiss of
Temple Israel. Orlando, second
writing; and R-sa Kay o:
B'mi Ra]hae'. cutie award for
. o: The Si\ 9a
Outstanding acvomplishmer.:-
^ an Olan I building spi.itua!
bridges' program-, wvre recogi
isix I :: LOnal
coming from Florida Tho- con-
ditions honored in
ItV norah. Beth David. Beth
N... M. i ni Ra.h
;>ie B.-th Shalom of Sara-
the Jacksonville Jewish Center and
.; negation B r.ai brad o: Si
Pelersbu. I
USY > th- teenage \o.ith orga-
nization sponsored by the United
Synagogue of America, the Con-
servative Jewish movement, which
lias regional offices in Coral
Gael.*. Abraham J. Gittebon b
Unite rec-
-'.'. Baltuch i> youth
or
Softball league Being
Formed By Men's Club
The Yen > Club of Temple
Beth Israel is forming a Softball
, League and is seeking members
fiom among friends and neigh-
bors of all faiths
Games will be played on Sun-
days, startine at 9:00 a.m. There
will be men of \arying ages par-
ticipatini; Am interested male.
lb and olde: U p I Btact
Alan S Cohen athietu
after 6:00 p.m. at his home
NEW V TA
two J
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who reti
in 1966 after 12 yeais with
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Uodj ible for enshrine-
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He won 165 games and lost 87
and to one of the ranking sinke-
M .,{ all time.
It is believed that the only
Jewish member of the Hall of
Fame among 108 players and
18 others is Henry Benjamin
(Hank- Greenberg. the Detroit
r.nd Pittsburgh slugger of the
1930s and "40s vha mm elected
m 18
Other Jewial ,ne
past, who could be elected this
k by th- BBWWAA at at
month'a en.1 by
Veterans include John G K
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ible Player in lH^.;. Edaanl \itt.
lin Reiubaeh IC <( *
Bost..n 1905-14' wt ^
won a double header and four
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streaks of 14 and 12. Chai *!fc!
n...n iBudtiyi il.ver. w.-.. bit jqj
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ay Dreyfuw, Pirates 19i.ru igjj.
William K. Benswanger PinMj
193J-46. and Judge Enal Fuch.
lioston Braves 1925-35.
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Friday. January. 28 1972
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Page 3
Dr. Aryeh Plotkin Guest
At JFNB Campaign Meeting
Dr. Aryeh L. Plotkin. a noted Universities of Jerusalem and Lon-I
lecturer who is considered an ex- (ton and was the first citi/.en of
j.ert on Middle Eastern affairs, Israel to be admitted to Princeton
University** Woodrow Wilson!
School of Public and International
Affairs *
Dr. Plotkin obtained his M.A.
and Ph.D degrees from Princeton.
nnd taugfal In its Department of'
Politics; he is a member of the
American Political Science Associ-
lion and the American Society Ol '
Intei national Law.
Dr. Plotkin Joined the Haganah
In 1937, shortly sfter his arrival
from Germany as a teenager. He
served as an officer in the Intel-
n c Corps ol Israel l lefense
Forces from its in.. ption In 1948.
Larry King Guest Speaker
Larry King, ol WTVJ-Channel |
is "News Week-end," seen on Sat-
urdaj and Sunday nights, will be
the guest speaker at a breakfast
sponsored by the Men's Club of
Temple Sholom, Pompano Beach,
Sunday. Feb. 13, at 9:30 a.m.. it
has been announced.
Dayan Says Prospects
Are Better Than Ever
JERUSALEM tJTA) De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan
last weekend declared iii a tele-
vision Interview that prospects
are now good for negotiations
with Egypt and that Israel,
which is in a i>osition of strength,
should be ready to make com-
promises. He attributed the Im-
proved climate for talks to the
fact that President Anwar Sa-
dat of Egypt knows he cannot
move Israel by threats of war
or by pressure from the United
States.
Gen. Dayan noted thai Israel's
superior strength has deterred
the Egyptian leader from mak-
ing war and that Sadat recog-
nizes that Israel's presence on
til.' Sue/ (anal. i!. defenSl Ul
depth in the Sinai and Its air
power would doom anj Egyptian
attempt to cross the W at.
As a consequence, he said, chan-
i fo ni ot iatione are better
now Mian in the past.
Community Calendar
TUESDAY, ftBRUARY I
Temple Emonu-il-Sisterhood Inter-Faith Luncheon-10:30 A.M.
WEDNESDAY, ftBRUARY 2
JFNB Women's Division-Initial Gilts Uincheon-Eduardo's
Temple Emana-EIRabbi Shlomo Carlebach Concert8:00 P.M.
THURSDAY, ftBRUARY 3
Ft. lauderdale Hadaisoh-Board Meeting-10:00 A.M.
SATURDAY, FtBRUARY 5
and
SUNDAY, ftBRUARY 6
Temple Emanu-EIB'nai B'rith Women (Ft. lauderdale Chapter 345
"Flower Bum Song" Dinner Show-7:00 P.M.
MONDAY, ftBRUARY 7
Temple Beth Israel-Sisterhood Board Meeting-8:00 P.M.
TUESDAY, ftBRUARY 8
Temple Sholom-Book Review12 Noon
Ft. lauderdale B'nai B'rith WomenBoard Meeting
Ft. Lauderdale B'nai B'rithBoard Meeting
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Rookie Klntch 9:30 A.M.
THURSDAY, ftBRUARY 10
Ft. Lauderdale HadassahBook Review
Ft. Lauderdale HadassahOpen Board Meeting
Chai HadassahBoard Beeting
Sabra HadassahBoard Meeting
,3hhhSHRDLU
DR. ARYIH I. PLOTKIN
[will speak on behalf of the Jewish
Federation of North Broward's
13972 United Jewish Campaign and
Israel KmerKeney Fund at the
I Male Farmer's Market in Pom-
|pano Wednesday.
The dinner meeting, to ho held
[at the Club Hoii.se Restaurant, is
|i i i: 'M. I'd by a committee
which Includes Ira Boris, Edwin
lish, Julius Rothman and Ralph
IRothman.
\ recognized authority on In-
hcrnational relations, international
ind comparati\ g >\eminent,
Plotkin was educated at the
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There is a war going on right now. A^wartor hyman.dignity. A war for: the 20o ot the people in.Israel who live below the poverty line
the 56.000 families who live 3 or moie per room the 100,000 students of secondary school age who need-scholarships the
38.000 children who need pre-kindergarten education to compensate for their-cultural deprivation the 50.000 immigrants who will
come in 1972, who need job training, language lessons, small business loans, to become.self-supporting the unemployed youth
who are educationally deprived and.lack.wprk skills the handicapped, the aged, fhe sick. This war goes on and the people of Israel can-
not help us in fulfilling our traditional responsibilities. Theyrmusl expend 80% of their tax'
revenue for military need's. We must channel our resources to'ficjhfthe- war.-on human needs. |. ^l__
d5 keep
thepromise
GIVE TO THE ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL

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THE JEWISH FEDERATION Of NORTH BROWARD'S 1972 UNITED JEWISH CAMPAKSN AKD ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
VSSiSSS^mm SOC.AL NEEDS OF OUR I0CM. NATIONAL AND OVERSEA S COMMUNITIES
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Friday, Icr.uqy % J
FORT IAUDMDAIE ^ _,
.. ,. 11/f___________ BETH ISRAEL (Te:pl.,pCrVvV _______
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Quoth the Maven
by Beverly King Pollock
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P/f Seecfe 0/ Loyalty
During thus past week Jewish
people throughout the WWW were
POMPANO BEACH
sholom (T.mpi) ^^j^s*;;:
Con.erv.tive. R.bbi Mom. a. v
C.ntor Erne.t Sehrmer.
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. (Con-
Mrv.tive) 6101 NW 9th St.
COUSIN NAOMI
Growing up can bo fun. If not made too complicated by Die pres-
ence of a COUSin Naomi.
Cousin Naomi la the person your mother Identifies you with, ra
example your mother might toy, "Why don'l you be like your cousta
Naomi? Cousin Naomi practices her piano two hours every day. Or
"cousin Naomi made all AV on h< r reporl i
Occasionally your Bubbeh will chime In. 'Cousin Naomi helps me
with the strudei." And "cousin Naomi reads Hebrew like her Zaideh.
Cousin Naomi also worked In her parent- store, had naturally curlj
Hair and a brother who's a doctor. We spent our childhood in Atlanta.
After cousin Naomi got married and moved to Detroit. I still
heard from her. Mother wrote, "Cousin Naomi's -on was accepted at
Harvard." "Cousin Naomi cat n i her daughter's wedding hei
"When cousin Naomi visits her parents, she doesn't stay for live days
She stays five weeks."
My children know cousin Naomi well. Though they have never
met her. And my husband has seen his wife wither at the mention of
that COUSin's name. But cousin Naomi and I will never meet again
txcause I plan my visits to Atlanta not to coincide with hers. And she
would never go out of her way to come visit me.
Even a maven can be wrong!
Thursday started off with my husband coming home 24 hours
early from his New York buying trip. That part was good. But my
cupboard was bare. For when my guy's out of town (particularly with
my cleaning woman sick the third straighl week), the kids B
Usually partake of their favorite food at the local hamburger emporium.
But nothirt else was the matter with the house that two Straight
Bays of cleaning couldn't cure.
My husband had to leave immediately for the tore, v
nrhal retaili r tx Is his business can exist four days without I
Iren and I piled the wrappings from gifts their fathei
ghi us in the middle of the livi carpet and sat on the
i | ;:: ng our treasures.
It was then the phone ran-.
I didn't | irried name but I recgonlzed the voice.
Cousin Naomi. She, her husband and son were doing I can't recall hat
and decided to go only 278 miles out of their wa> to Bee us. And how
fat from the Interstate exit?
Mj daughter said I told cousin Naomi the longer rout.', but that's
not true. I started sen inters And the children took command
like the Israeli army.
Whatever WSJ t dumped into boxes and -luffed into C
We lobwebs (usual!) I leave them for educational purposes, i
wouldn't want my children to grow up not knowing about spl BSTs!l and
r< arranged bedspreads so dust puffs wouldn't show I even cleared the
top of my desk.
At i signal my husband dashed home and changed Ml tie. Then
the doorbell rang. Cousin Naomi kissed her v.ay in the door and 1
showed her through the house. Every room. She has not gained an
ounce since her teens. Her hair was a little gray though.
We sat down and my daughter asked automatically, "Would you
like something to eat?
I stopped breathing. Except for stale club crackers, dot; food and
Ice water, I was in trouble. But cousin Naomi and family had just
eaten dinner. "Oh. really?" I said.
And those were the last words I spoke. Or anyone else for that
matter. For cousin Naomi took over.
We learned that her husband who always smiled and nodded at her
frequent "Isn't that right, dear?" was building a multi-million dollar
(at least i apartment complex.
Also her daughter was married to a very wealthy boy end cousin
Naomi was a young grandmother. And cousin Naomi's son was a
genius at Harvard tor was it Princeton?! and he fiddled with his
glasses while his mother talked.
Cousin Naomi told us she thought our house was very nice for
modern. And she and her crew kissed their way out the front door.
She vowed not to let so much time pass before her next visit.
A hush filled the house. Then my son spoke. "Aw, mom. I thought
you said she was something!"
And my husband pulled my ear and left for the store.
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What Israel Means I" i's" ta
the theme of the Interfaith Lunch-
eon being sponsored by the Sister-
hood Of Temple Kmanu-Kl Tues-
day. Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m. in the
temple's auditorium, 3245 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd.. Ft. Laud, nlale
Representatives from various
Christian churches through
the community will l>e |
,!. si-i s film entit
enant or Conflict" will
lown.
Participating in a pai
sk>n will be R Pit
tor -I the Union < tk>n-
ol Church, Hallandale. Mrs. Ja
indler, teacher ol "The Bible
Literatun" In the Brow
County S m and Rabbi
Arthur J. Abrams ol Temple
I'manu-Kl.
Rabbi $kop
Jewish Ai
bor Day, which
In a new year for
trees and flow-
nga
end o.-cur- on'
the 13th day of,
the H eb i e w
month of Sh'vat
Even the boyi
and girls "
busy selling
,- mips and i ast-
them on the
lewish National Kim- reservat
...s to Plant a tree in Israel
,jewish youth are taught the Jew-
ish tradition- ol respecting the
i and the Importance
of planting seeds so that Gods
,,,,,- of nature may abound.1
a in Israel especially have
provided ecological benefits In pre-
, ,,... erosion, providing camou-
us borders, pro-
in fruits, flaura, shade, oils
, T and wood all from the
ed on Tu B'Shvat
' '
senti
. ,.
h Nat
ish child
the fi
iany oth
ramp* tJ
')H
their heiq
aiv returning with naagM
alty to the Jewish peop
ated by a visit to Krae'..
Many youngi r hoys and -
are planning to -j :-d thii, C- -~
uammer in Jewish
they may have .!. .i, i^..
k arning plai t< d in
and minds.
Our local i^.
North Browa
information a J
planning to
schol ii si ips a
to fine sun n i
Ol them Hi
... to that fui
emei
petuation
Just as T it n$*^
the !
. fl
in | MAT em i '1
portanl i :-^|
to plant set -
to preserve our j
to live'' as Jews.
Verily, as
centuries ago l
plant''
Haskell Cohen Name;
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Mrs Sam Led
Hock are set \ In
the event.
: Mrs. Larry '
as cochaii men of
Adult Education Series Set
Temple Beth Israel has
duled a series of every-other-Sun-
day-evening Adu I tion Pro-
grams beginning Sun-
day Feb. 6 at the temple, 547
K. Oakland Park Blvd. The first
program will focus on the ques-
tion "Why the State ol In u
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JOANNE HILLER
PS QURI A TRICK .As newly elected president of the
| Lauderdalo Bridge Club, BURTON" ALPERN claims that
is a mental sport in which proficiency can be obtained
amount of thought one pives to the game, not only while
but during the non-playing hours also.
Vith spades in one hand and a gavel in the other, Mr. Al-
I declares that the 400-plus membership of the local bridge
is the finest in the country. Congratulations. Congratula-
te another enthusiastic bridge "ace," DR. SIDNEY NOR-
a past president of the club newly elected to the board of
lore.
L*k DR. STANLEY GOODMAN what he considers a small
litzvah celebration. Would you believe 500 people?
IAZEJ. TOV! ... to CEIL and CHARLES SHAPIRO on
ecent marriage of their son. ELLIS, and his bride, JUDY
id maze! tov, to the newly weds also.
LEW one of the world's oldest living languages and one
l's official language* (Arabic is the other I is now
more than ever. Evety Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., LYNN
HERBERT) GREENBLATT, a certified Hebrew teacher
irrpli- Sholom. Pompano Beach, conducts an adult Hebrew
without charge. Eor Individual tutoring, MARSHA
HENRY) SERFER's cousin. TOVA, here from brae]
U'K at a nearby college, offers the opportunity to lean)
i at a small cost, an ideal wa> for a family to learn
NV together
atikvaii .(Israel'a national anthem. "Tbe Hope")
d the new state by almost 70 years. Although written bj
ttriaii Jew. it was dedicated to a Christian friend one of
o.-t outstanding non-Jewish Zionist-;
pbw, optimistically, many ioealile< have joined the first
Broward grou> tour to Israel in May, roi>orts HILDA
MILTON) RORBINS of Mclson's World Travel.
IREOTIVO the advertising for Gold Coast Players. MARA-
ISCHWARTZMAM suggests that clubs and organizations
pr a fun fund-raising evening with GCP at the Sea Ranch
"I- the Viking Restaurant. Currently, the Girl In The
San Slip'' oilers laughs, light-hearted comedy and extra
men group arrangement! an1 made with Maralyn. .
r<>] ge S. Kaufman said to Mon Hart, "It's 'gelt' by
ktion "
BUSK THE CVRTAIK GOES II' on Flower Bum Song,"
Esther Liebman-Beue Baraseh musical to be held
Ba\ and Sunday Feb. 5 and 6 at Temple Emanu-El. you'll
ispoit.yi loyfull) Into a world of fun and laughter,
irrlng In the singing role- are: DR. ALVIN COLIN IR-
flNE, MARSHA OINSBURG, PAM GREENE, CANTOR
IE KLEMENT, PAULA KONDIAN. DICK KONDIAN
l.AYTON LISA RUDEN, JUDY SAGON anil BERTHA
ring thi spotlight also are: BETTY AZIZ, SYLVIA
IAN, ARI.ENE FRIEDMAN. PAULINE GREENE,
CHIK GREGORIAN. IDA LAYTON, CAROL LAZARUS.
SR LTEBMAN. ROSE MEEROW. BARBARA RUBIN,
F.I.I.E RUDIN, FI.ORRIE COHEN. CEIL SHAPIRO and
HATCH.
fging star JERRY l.AYTON adds his unique talents as
r. LOIS (MRS. ALVIN I SUSSMAN contributes her Brtis-
tts to the production's sets and costumes,
fcy and contact FAY WAYNE for your tickets for this
frith Women 'Fort Lauderdale Chapter 345) dinner how.
like an early sell-out.
[funny thing happened on the
kl.OM.
(0 the theatre

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SELECTEO COMMERCIAL AND SPONSORED FILMS AND AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS OF JEWISH INTEREST
THE GARDEN OF THE
FIN/I (ONTIMS
With Dominique Bands, l.ino
< apoiicchio. Preduoed by Glaani
I I lee in Lilt ari (for Doeumento
| Film) and Arthur Cohen. Direc-
tor: Vlttorio De Sun. Screen-
play: (esaie Zavuttiiii, Vittorio
: Konieelli, I'go Plrro, based on
' a novel by Giorgio Bassanl. 93
minutes. Color. Rated R.
, "The Garden of the Finzi Con-
I tinis" portrays the lives of two
i Jewish families in Italy from 1938
i to 1943 the years when Mus-
Jsolini adopted Hitler's anti-Jewish
i policies.
The Finzi Continls of Ferrara
| are rich and aristocratic, insulated
in their lush gardens and their
mansion crammed with Ixxiks and
works of art. Micol, their daugh-
ter, is loved by her childhood
tiiend. Giorgio, a son of the other,
somewhat less eminent family.
As the anti-Jewish edicts come
, forth. Giorgio's father, a Fascist
party member, is shaken in his
political faith. Giorgio's brother is
Bent to Prance to study. Giorgio
himself is barred from the library
v here he has been winking on
his thesis.
Mysterious phone calls shatter
the peace of the Passover Seder.
The servants, no longer allowed
to work for Jews, arrive surrepti-
tiously. The contrast between the
I serenity of the home and the
Fascists' trum|>eted obscenities
; builds up to unbearable tension.
As a depiction of the catas-
trophe of Italian Jewry, the film
is quite good. Somewhat confus-
ingly, the Jews look more like
Nordic*; at first it is hard to tell
one blond male from another.
Visually, the film is almost too
beautiful reminiscent of Loscy's
"The Go-Between." As drama, it
Is uneven. The main figures never
really come to life. Motivations
remain murky, perhaps on pur-
pose; credibility is strained. The
pace is slow, but picks up at the
end.
The entile film is WOrth seeing
for the Seder scene, the synagogue
scen-'s. and the climax for which
you'll need Kleenex.
Shoshonna Bbatcln
MADE FOR EACH OTHER
With Renee Taylor. Joseph
BetOffna. Studio and distributor:
Twentieth Century Fox. Pro-
duced by Uyhle Films Corp. Pro-
ducer: Roy Townshend. Direc-
tor: Robert Bean. Screenplay:
Ranee Taylor, Joseph Bologna.
107 minutes. Color. Rated OP.
Panda (she's Jewish) and Gig
[he's Italian I may be made for
each other but this chronicle
of their romance and eventual
decision to enter holy deadlock
will hardly do for public con-
sumption. As a flick it's something
between a bore and a bomb. The
central characters are cliches.
And when cliches are magnified to
billboard size, as things are on
the screen, the result is king-
sized tedium.
I guess the movie is supposed
to be about a couple of losers,
the kind of whom New York City
is full and whom it therefore takes
to what's left of its bosom. But
part of the "shtick" has to do
with the ethnic and religious
chasm the two have to cross. Her
mother cannot understand why
Panda, whom she has pushed to-
ward an acting career, has to
relate to an Italian, and to his
Archie Bunker tyie parents in
Stereotypical Queens, who can't
stomach the thought of a Jewish
girl in the family.
"Made For Each Other" doesn't
begin to deal with the problems
raised by the specter of Intermar-
riage, be they ethnic, religious or
otherwise, it does not really give
a damn about them. And nothing
else in the film is of Jewish in-
terest or merit. It's one of those
it is of any kind of sustaining in-
terest or mil. It's one of those
ballyhooed "must" films must
miss, even when it comes to your
neighborhood theater.
. And it hurts me to say it:
Some of the folks in Twentieth
Century-Fox, which owns Wylde
Films, which made the film, are
friends of mine.
Halt.mm- Brickner
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i Studio: Commonwealth United.
Distributor; Martin Luther King
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in I linn a from the distributor,
. 140 W. .57 St., New York, N'.Y.
jlOOl!).
No black man in American his-
I tory has aroused Jews like Mar-
I tin Luther King, Jr. He stirred
I something deep and prophetic in
the Jewish psyche that led Jews
1 to make civil rights their top social
action agenda. He became the
i voice of justice at innumerable
Jewish .assemblies; he linked the
blacks' struggle with that of the
; Soviet Jews and of all the world's
dispossessed,
These days already seem re-
mote. Yet, there still is a time-
less truth about King's life and
' his unfulfilled dream. The divisive
' slogans that fill the air today
{ are no substitute for programs of
social change. Violence has proved
futile; anti-Semitism used as a
political and rhetorical weapon
has merely led to polarization and
withdrawal. The stake of Jews
in creating an integrated, multi-
racial America and averting a vio-
lent state of apartheid is as great
now as it was In King's day.
Therefore this deeply moving
film is totally relevant to us to-
day. King's condemnation of all
bigotry, and his opjjosition to the
Vietnam war. come across as pow-
erfully as ever. The documentary
footage is stunning; the drama of
events speaks for itself without
commentary. The voices of Maha-
lia Jackson and Odetta add luster
to the picture, and there are
leadings by stars like Harry Bela-
tonte, Charlton Hasten, Paul New-
man, Anthony Quinn.
Many ol us were present at the
events recorded, and all of us
were there in spirit, in a strange
v ay this is still where it's at.
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Friday. January 28.
By: RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why Is It that on the Sabbath
there is an additional prayw
aervk* a*W to the morning
service, called "Muaaf?"
Generally speaking, the prayer
service corresponds to the regular
sacrifice offered in the Temple of
old. Both the sacrifice offered and
the act of prayer had the effect of
"bringing the worshipper close to
the Almighty."
On the Sabbath, an additional
sacrifice was offered in the Tem-
ple besides the lamb which was of-
fered every morning. Thus, an ad-
ditional prayer service is added to
the Jiturgy on Saturday morning.
Since the Sabbath brings an u?Ui-
tiona! dimension to the life of the
Jew, he therefore brings an addi-
tional sacrifice and offers an addi-
tional prayer service.
Why Is It that the name of
Moses Is included in the Sab-
bath morning prayer service
while It Is not included In the
dally morning prayer service
Shmoiieh Eserah Visnuuh
Mosbe)?
A number of reasons are offerc"
for this. Some say it is because
the Torah was given to Mosos at
Sinai on the Sabbath morning.
Others say that this is done be-
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of God." Some contend that the
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was thus a gift from the Almighty
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sentence at least for one day a
week.
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Halevi To Present
Exchange Proposal
As Knesset Motion
TEL AVIV (JTA) A pro-
posal to exchange Arab terror-
ists for Syrian Jews held Vir-
tual captives in that country
may soon be brought up in the
Knesset, it has been learned.
The proposal was made at a
symoosium on Syrian Jews dis-
cussing their plight and ways
to rescue them According to
Dov Barnea. one of the partici-
pants, this was b realistic bar-
gaining point u'.iich the Arab>
mig'-.t accept.
Dr. Benjamin Halevi. n Gahal
MK and member of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs Committee, laid
he would present the proposal In
the form of a motion at the next
meeting of the committee.
Another proposal was mad-
that the Syrian authoritl b
informed that persona held re-
sponsible for torturing impris-
oned Jews would h> brought to
ferae] to face trial like A
Efchmann," th G itapo official
in charge of the mas- cfc
tion of Jews d ng Worl I W i
II. who was kidnapped In Ar-
gentina by Israeli agents in 1960
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criminal in brae] the following
year.
28th WorW Pianist Congress
vhich opened nen- lasi week
was attacked in Moscow as a
gathering "motivated by anti-
Sovietism and anti-Communism."
A press release issued in the
Soviet capital reported that r.
special meeting of "public and
political fugures of many na-
tionalities" had convened to "ex-
prass their in test against the forthcoming pro-
vocative congress of Zionists in
Jerusalem.''
"We angrily reject the malici-
ous fabrications aoout our coun-
try," a statement issued at the
meeting said. "We protest
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Friday. January 28
Question Box
By: RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is It tht on the Sabbath
thew fat n additional prayer
ervice added to the morninc
ervic* called "Mnaaf?"
Generally speaking, the prayer
service corresponds to the regular
sacrifice offered in the Temple of
old. Both the sacrifice offered and j
the act of prayer had the eff ct of
"bringing the worshipper close to
the Almighty."
On the Sabbath, an additional
sacrifice was offered in the Tem-
ple bf-sides the lamb which was of-
fered every morning. Thus, an ad-
ditional prayer service is added to
the 4iturgy on Saturday morning.
Since the Sabbath brings an na-
tional dimension to the life of the
Jew, he therefore brings an addi-
tional sacrifice and offers an addi-
tional prayer service.
Why is it that the name of
Moses Is included in the Sab- \
bath morning prayer sen-ice
while it is not included in the
daily morning prayer service
(Shmoneh F.serah Yismach
Moshe)?
A number of reasons are offered
for this. Some say it is because,
the Torah was given to Moses at
final on the Sabbath morning.
Others say that this is done be- '
cause of the experience of Moses
in Egypt.
Moses is said to have approachod
the Pharaoh asking him to allow
the enslaved Hebrews one day of
rest eah week. It turned out that
this day of rest was the seventh
day the day ot the Sabbath
Moses, therefore, rejoiced that he
had picked this day which became
sanctified by the Almighty as an
eternal day of rest for the Jewish
people.
This phenomenon of the day of
rest was declared to be "A gift
of God." Some contend that the
Sabbath was thus a day of relief
from the orieinal punishment
given Adam, according to which
man was to work hard consistently
by the sweat of his brow."
The day of rest on the Sabbath
was thus a gift from the Almighty
through Moses suspending this
sentence at least for one day a
week.
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Halevi To Present
Exchange Proposal
As Knesset Motion
TEL AVIV iJTA) A pro-
posal to exchange Arab terror-
ists for Syrian Jews held vir-
tual captives in that country
may soon be brought up in the
Knesset, it has been learned.
The proposal was made at a
symoosium on Syrian Jews cussing their plight and ways
to rescue them According to
Dov Barnea. one of the partici-
pants, this was 0 realistic bar-
gaining point w>.ich the Arab>
t accept
Dr. Benjamin Halevt, i Gahal
MK and member of the Knesset
Foreign Affairs Committee, said
he would prosont the proposal in
the form of a motion at the nexl
meeting of the committi
Another proposal was mat-'
that the Syrian authoriti b
Informed thai persons held re-
spunsible for torturing im]
oned Jews would be broughl
Israel to fa>> tri il like A
Etchmann," the Gestapo i
in charge of the mass
lion of Jews d iring Wt rl I War
II. who was kidnapped In v
jentina by Israeli agents In I960
and tried and executed as a
criminal in Israel the following
year,
JERUSALEM IJTA The
28th World ianist OoogreM
vhich opened nert- lasi week
was attacked ;n Moscow as a
gathering "motivated by anti-
Sovietism and anti-Communism."
A press release issued in the
Soviet capital reported that e.
special meeting of 'public and
political fugures of many na-
tionalities" had convened to "ex- ,
press their indignation and pro-
test against the forthcoming pro-
vocative congress of Zionists in
Jerusalem."
"We angrily reject the malici-
ous fabrications aoout our coun- |
try." a statement issued at the ]
meeting said. "We protest I
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The statement, which describ-
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a.> inspired it in the past t,i
make Israel into the citadel of
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