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Eilat's makeover

by Edgar Asher   The Israeli Red Sea resort of Eilat seems to be changing on an almost daily basis.  Its popularity grows all the time with both Israelis and overseas visitors. With hotels and restaurants to suit every pocket and taste, Eilat is the ideal holiday...

Jack Stark’s message

2.27.15 Issue by Ozzie Nogg When sports teams, Fortune 500 corporations or individuals want advice on ways to boost their performance level, Jack Stark is the go-to guy. Stark, a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with the Nebraska Cornhuskers and NASCAR,...

Beyond classroom walls

2.27.15 Issue by Susan Wallis, Education Project Associate, ADL The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a 102 year-old Civil Rights organization working to combat hate and bigotry, has embarked on a partnership with the University of Nebraska – Omaha (UNO) and...

Ira Trachtenbarg

2.27.15 Issue Ira Trachtenbarg passed away on Feb. 18 at age 86. Services were held Feb. 22 at Beth El Cemetery, 84th & L Streets. He was preceded in death by Geraldine Trachtenbarg and four siblings; Bernard, Malcolm, Ruth and Mort. He is survived by wife,...

Floraine Singer Rice

2.27.15 Issue Former Omahan Floraine Singer Rice passed away Feb. 16 in Minneapolis, MN, where she moved in 2008. A private graveside service was held in Minneapolis. She was preceded in death by husband, Norman M. (Bud) Rice, parents Morris and Dora Singer and...

Norman A. Krizelman

2.27.15 Issue Norman A. Krizelman passed away on Feb. 15 at age 73. Services were held Feb. 18 at Beth El Cemetery, 84th and L Street. He was preceded in death by wife Judi Krizelman and parents, Frieda and Max Krizelman. He is survived by son and daughter-in-law,...