Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 18, 1971 Page: 2 of 24
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TEXAS JEWISH POST THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1971 DALLAS PAGE 2
CJFWF Calls for Aid Hadassah Sound
To Depict Stirring Story
Continued from Page 1 present mission to give unprece-
greeting to Mr. Fisher on his re- dented help.”
*Minimum national costs of the
program: $350,000 for the first
THE DREAM AND THE DEED, has been made possible by a public
A/i vn a \» v u year’ $450,000 for the second year
both Mr. Emeus ana Mr. risner and $55(^000 for the third year by story °f Hadassah in sound and grant from Pah Am. Lyrics and
Mr. Fisher, active in industry, told the delegates from Jewish jewjs2l Federations and Welfare c°l°r> will be the highlight of the music are composed and sung by
business, finance and real estate, communities representing 95 per PundS) a supplemental sum of meeting to be held this Tuesday, well-known radio and television
was a pioneer in developing cent of the Jewish population of $900 000 is t0 be sought oyer the November 23, at 11:30 a.m. at the star, Oscar Brand.
Michigan’s oil industry. An ^ortb America that to meet the fjrst tbree years ^rQm sejected Metropolitan Federal Savings, 11611
honorary general chairman of the social welfare needs ol foundations and individuals. Preston Road. Mrs. S.C. Blumenthal The film moves backward in time
United Jewish Appeal, Mr. Fisher Israel s people, American Jewry was will give the invocation and Mrs. to the early days of Hadassah, and
is chairman of the United Israel being asked to provide $450 million, *In addition to this national Harry Weisbrod is program chairman shows the reenactment of the
Appeal and of the Board of tbe maj°r share of a worldwide budget, the direct financing of local Mrs. Juhus Scolnic is in charge of historic move of the Hadassah-He-
Govemors of the reconstituted philanthropic effort. projects by individual communities, arrangements and hostesses will be brew University Medical Center to
Jewish Agency in Israel. . with national guidance and evalua- Mrs. Saul Essenfeld, Mrs. Lester Ein Karem. Exciting moments of
e At a key campaign services tion, is to be a critically vital part of R°sen> Mrs. Daniel Rubin and Mrs. the Six-Day War and Hadassah’s
He also serves as chairman o session the day before, chaired by tbe pr0pram. Herman Schwartz. important part in lifesaving use of
the Board of Governors ot the Sidney Leiwant, Essex County, N.J., the hospital are depicted in this
Fisher-New Center Company of with Paul Zuckerman, Detroit, UJA resojutjon on peace jn tbe stirring and exciting picture.
Detroit, and as chairman of Detroit national chairman as speaker, Middle East commendgd the initi Mrs. Cary Isenberg, President of
Renaissance, a non-profit coalition American awareness of the critical tiye taken . president Nixon and Hadassahj announced that this Reservations may be made by
of Detroit’s major industrial and social welfare needs of the people thg United gtates Government t uni9ue fllm which combines the calling Mrs. Louis Rubin at 368-7446
civic bodies seeking to revitalize of Israel was reflected in a report bring about ^ ^ flre ^ ^ mastery of newest film techniques ...............
the city’s downtown area. that showed: 219 pledges from 60 . , . •
MAX-FISHER - LUIS PINCUS communities totalling $25,730,300- co“ mue s*nce August, 1970 as 1
(IN MAJOR ADDRESSES well in excess of initial pace-setting wel as the Congress for its actions
Among the highlights of the five- gifts from the same individuals in m support of Israels security,
day congress that brou^t logelbe, las. season, record campaign.
Jewish leaders from communities . f„ f D .
throughout the United States and The campaign services session ^ ot me Mouse o! Kepresentatives. tpr 0f g’naj g’rith Women will I
Canada, were major addresses by was one of 50 day and evening meet at the home of Chapter I
Mr. Fisher and Louis A. Pincus, sessions and workshops throughout e submit that a secure, just, president, Mrs. Allan Disraeli, 6119
chairman of the Executive of the the five-day Assembly devoted to an aJ ing peace wdl come Preston Creek Drive, this Monday ,/ tS**
priorities, concerns and ^ lf lsrael, lsus rong enough evening, November 22, at eight
Former Drug Addict
Members of the Starlight Chap-
v H < ■
annual HeAert "r.' Abeles Memorkd commitments - locally nationally. ^ °’clock
Address and overseas -- before the American , . . . i l ,
rms and pjanes lt bas requested, as
Jewish community. „ r ^M ’
. well as economic assistance to re-
Both the American and Israeli The deliberations and proposals fieve the tremendous economic
Jewish leaders called the battle for at these various meetings found burden of its defense needs.”
Jewish survival and continuity, at expression in a series of key reso-
home and overseas, the basic issues iutions adopted by delegates as The resolution further requests
and responsibility facing the Amen- guidelines for action by member that the United States refrain from
can Jewish community in the Federations, Welfare Funds and exerting pressure or from exacting
Saturday evemng addresses. Community Councils. concessions from Israel by with-
w . . , , holding the further sale of Phantom
Mr. Fisher, noting that the RESOLUTIONS Jets.
basic concern in the American Following on a consolidated
Jewish community is for survival, review and rep0rt at the opening “Peace in the Middle East.” the
sa^ not physicai survivai Use^- session Thursday (11) by Irving resolution said, “continues to be the ' '^^ARjfrHT PRF^mFNT^*
which the people of Israel seek to Blum, chairman of CJF’s Task essential need of all les in that
msure-but survival in terms of our Force on Jewish Identity> and area and is imperative for the peace TOHOSTNOV 22MFKT1NC
Jewishness, our hentage, our sense climaxing the tw0 years study and of tbe world ,,P Cues" soever SL
of mssion. and those specral values w°rk of the Task Force; the The resolution on Soviet Jewry Peri a former drug addict and Synagogue. In the absence of Rabbi
mat make the Jewish approach to Assembly endorsed its final recom-voiced special concern about the ex.con’vict. During his last period Nissim Wernick, Albert Freireich,
hie a rich and meaningful one. the mendations. Viewed by many as a unjustified and harsh imprisonment of imprisonment, 1964-1967, Educational Director of the Congre-
most important ot all responsible landmark in the Jewish Federation of Soviet Jews and “committed,” Perig0 reaiized the waste of his life gation and Rabbi Irwin Goldenberg
ties we lace here at home is rem- movement, it caUed for a new it continued, “ourselves to do and derided to chanee and trv to of Temple Emanu-El will deliver
foremg Jewish identity.
David Meltzer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Meltzer, 4728 Mill Run,
wiH become a Bar Mitzvah this
Saturday morning at Shearith Israel
and decided to change and try to of Temple Emanu-El will deliver
initiative and direction in communal everything within our power to help help others avoid what he had gone the charge of responsibility to the
concern and commitment. Key them achieve their goals; Soviet through. In 1969, he helped found celebrant who is an eighth grade
elements in the resolution: Jews who regard Israel as their “Help Is Possible” and he is student at Ewell D. Walker Middle
homeland must be free to emigrate, presently Executive Director of tha1 School. David is the grandson of
In line with Jewish survival, the
CJF President listed three areas in
are actively involved: Youth , Jewish *The establishment of a new and to be united with their families organization. He now spends the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skolnik of
education and Jewish identification. Pr°gram un4er CJF auspices to make in Israel, the United States, Canada, majority of his time speaking to Brookline, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs.
possible innovative experiments and and other free lands, and for those school students and youth groups Mark Meltzer of Lewiston, Maine, all
Mr Pinrm head of the Jewish to develop new models for strength- who remain in the Soviet Union, throughout the nation about the of whom will attend the Bar Mitzvah.
Agency’s far-flung social welfare n™ “T I8"' , “Y "““I ^ CMIren*drUg CUltUie' Mr’ ^ MrS’ Melt“r h°"°r
operations in Israel whose concerns Amenca- Wlule,not duPllcatmg n°r educational, religious, cultural, and their son at a Kiddush on Saturday
indude immigration, absorption, and competmg Wlth existmg organiza' communal institutions, the right to Teenagers and young adults are for friends and members of the
resettlement of Jews in Israel told tions>11 wil1 utilize them as fully as study Jewish history, language and invited to hear and talk with Mr. Congregation. Out-of-town guests
the assembled delegates that’“the P°ssible- literature, and to have formal bonds Perigo ” ’ ...... ’ ’
, f t • u 1 ■ among Soviet Jewish communities
survival of the Jewish people is „ , T ■ ,
brad’s bask and underlying reason “fe^prui of and with Jewish communities out-
for existence ” three years with review thereafter siae the Soviet Union.
is projected for the porgram which
The African-horn lawyer and is to be identified as the “Institute The resolution commended Pre-
flrst non Ar^ric^ lnvited^ £ve f« Jewish Life” or by a similar title, f dent Nixon and Attorney General
the Abeles address in lb 11-year ““ M,t<*e“ f0’ the lustoncf
history, added, “We must survive. ‘Ranging across the total fabric declaration that the Department of
as Jews, in Israel and elsewhere-of Jewish life, it should emphasize Justice will use the parole proce-
through the world. It is Israel’s action projects in local communities, dure to make possible the admission
....'. e . of Soviet Jews who wish to enter
mission to be a major factor in
this survival, and it is America’s *A11 projects undertaken must the United States.” Commended
PARIS (JTA) — “Israel Week”
organized by Jewish and Israeli
youth organizations, will be ob-
served here from Dec. 6-13.
will be entertained at a luncheon
on Saturday and at a Cocktail
Buffet that evening at the residence
honoring David and hosted by his
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also were the leaders of both parties
in Congress “who have shown deep
concern for the problems of Soviet
Jewry and who have supported the
Attorney General in his declaration.”
American and Canadian delegates
called upon their respective govern-
ments and the governments of all.
free lands to do all in their power to
obtain equal treatment for Jews
accorded other nationalities under
Soviet Law, and to make possible
emigration of those wishing to do so,
in fulfillment of the Soviet Union’s
commitment to the United Nations’
Declaration of Human Rights and its
pledges to permit family reunion.
Continued on Page 21
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Dr. Abu Razier Yurr.. s, first Bedouin graduate of the Hebrew
University - Hadassah iTiedical School, is serving his internship at the
Central Negev Hospital in Beersheba. Two Arabs and one Druze were
admitted to Hadassah this term, bringing total Arab enrollment to 12.
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