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ious Groups to Lead Conservation the stewards .... alternative method, to be creation," and disseminated throughout the 'Organized religion industrial and socia-educa- 'POWerful"network tional institutions that n in comprise our community. Pres. Jimmy Addressing the Washington an inter- "Religion and Energy" con- C0nsu[tation on ference, Rabbi Marc Tanen- Energy in the baum, director of inter- Religious affairs for the Ameri- White House can Jewish Committee, by some stressed the ethical-spiritual of the clergy ramifications of the energy t of the Orlando crisis. "Because the religious Marcia structure is the largest credible group in the country, and Saperstein, there is currently much Interfaith cynicism toward bureaucratic and warning of these realities, it is The MARCIA KERSTEIN up to religious leadership to Duncan. lead." The clergy, he said, people in and tenacity. We need new cannot sit back and think and told the priorities for what is a good pray. "We have to do some: some 145 life.", thing now. members of Kerstein noted that some "We need to change our synagogues, 48 American communities long range value system, and have replicated the original the quality of life," he said. network in Council of Jewish Federa- Using the immense power of through our ti0ns-HUD-Dept, of Energy organized religion to do good he said, play devised by Rabbi Marc in specialized circumstances must begin Tanenbaum and read into the as examples of potential the imminent Congressional Record in April strength, Tanenbaum said aspects of 197g. that of the 75 million refugees our natural Our own Orlando Jewish brought to this country since Federation has convened a 1975, morethan 75 percent of Carter com- major energy conference for them have been sponsored must all community-based public and aided by churches and nat the Jewish and service organizations that synagogues. "This," he said, been doing now has the co-sponsorship of "is redemption of life." He waste, dis- Valencia Community College, paraphrased himself, 'why not to conserve Florida Power, Disney World redeem energy, conservation.' families to- and other professional There have been other talking about groups, she commented. The challenges, he said, "and we he said, February 28 conference will must respond to this crisis as a sacrifice, act as a basic dispensory of creative challenge.., for persistence conservation and energy- creative change.., now.r' orn TV Producer to Women's Leah Division television will be at Women's Division Jan, 31, le home of Red Bud rJs. served in the age of he served organized by cooper- govern- sraers War ence and of captain in the field of he has more pro- of public affairs, the arts,-culture, edu- cation and programs for ethnic groups in their native tongues. Amitai was one of the first editors, directors and writers for the radio network of Israel's Defense Army. He was editor in one of Israel's most impor- tant dailies, "Davar," and in the illustrated magazine "Dvar Hashavua;" an author of many articles, theater plays, co- author of a book, and author of numerous radio scripts. His travels include partici- pating in a rescue mission in a terrifying earthquake seen on the Greek Islands to being one of the few people in the world to participate in a deep jungle expedition to the Amazon in Brazil. As native of Israel, he has thorough knowledge of that country's special economic and political problems-- much of which stem from the massive immigration into that country for over 25 years,- the country's struggle for eco- nomic independence and the constant buildup as a strong and proud nation. He speaks six languages and his extensive travels have given him the opportunity to study Jewish communal life in many different countries. Amitai was also at Camp David during the Carter-Sadat- Begin summit as part of the media corp writing a daily news analysis. Minimum gift to attend the brunch is $365. Brunch cost is $7.50. RSVP by calling 645-5933. Rachael Shipley is chairperson of the Leah Division. to Free Hostages the mitzvah of Pidyon Shvuyin as a most important one. Though church bells at 1 p.m. each day as Carter, we can, and should, write to of the Iranian government in this country, your feelings as Americans and Jews. Mission to the United Nations Ave. (34th Floor) N.Y. 10017 Newspapers Cross into Egypt of this a special he event, 81tARGIL . including articles in Arabic and the Arablanguage news- papers published in,Israel. Thirty copies of each Israeli newspaper in Hebrew will also news- be sent to Egypt. The Hebrew newspapers are used mainly by research and intelligence agencies which until now got the papers in a roundabout wa/. Egyptian newspapers are now being sold in Israel. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. January 25. 1900. Page 3 TELLING KINNERET RESIDEIYTS about the needs of Israel while sitting in the bullding's lobby is one technique Abe Schllowltz uses to solicit for the 1980 CIA campaign. Shown above (! to r) are Bea Mayer, George Weiman (resident manager), Bernard Llpofsky and Schilowitz. HERITAGE photo by Badoma-Coeltaon-R0th Abe Schilowitz Keeps Kinneret in Campaign Orlando's "up-beat" Combined Jewish Appeal has ended its second week and Abe Schilowitz has seen to it that residents of Kin- neret I and 11 have done their part to help the campaign. Schilowitz has been soliciting money for LUA campaigns for three years because "it's for a good cause and rm helping my young people," he said and "furthermore how can you go to bed at night without doing your best for Israel." Schilowitz, who came to Orlando seven years ago from New York, said "1 liketo appeal for donations especially with the need of Israel being so great. Israel needs people from all parts of the world. It has to ransom people." The six-year resident of Kinneret I said his solicita- tions so far have been good but "a little better wouldn't hurt. rye already received a few thousand dollars." He said he'd "like to see that more contributions are made each year." A member of Congr. Ohev Shalom and the syna- gogue's Men's Club, Schilowitz said it "is good to be involved, and besides, someone has to do it." Jack Levine, who also came to Kinneret six years ago, feels Schilowitz's work is a "very good thing for the community. I am very glad to be a part of it and we do as much as we can to help him (Schilowitz)." Tightly gripping a pile of pledge cards, Schilowitz ABE SCHILOWITZ smiled and said, "1 hope to go over the goal and there should be peace in the world..." CAMPAIGN .o= page1) the Rachel Division of phone-a-thon attempt to Women's Division's ($500 reach new givers. Women's and over) brunch held Janu- Division's Sarah Division will any 24, a phone-a-thon con- hold four coffees for ducted by seven board pledgers under $100 and the members of the JCC, Leah Division will hold a Hebrew Day School and brunch on Jan. 31 for Jewish Family Service at the pledgers of $365 and over. 1980 Campaign headquar- Future events include a ters on Sun., Jan. 20, and a Healing Arts Division dinner training workshopfor"Oper, on Feb. 2, a Women's ation Neighborhood" volun- Division "Make Things teers held Mon., Jan. 21 to Happen" fashion show and prepare them for "hitting" dinner at Burdine's for the streets to solicit new campaigngiversof$100and givers on Sun., Jan. 27. over on Feb. 10, and a Also on Jan. 27, Jewish campaign closing event on War Veterans and B'nai Feb. 23 with guest speaker B'dth members will take Theodore Mann, president their turn at manning the of the Conference of Presi- phones in the campaign dents of major Jewish headquarters for the last organizations. 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