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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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wJemsti fleridian
OF GMEATER FOHT LAI'BBBBALE
,,3 Number i"
iv. Aucust 23, 1974

Gerald R. Ford Is 38th U.S. President
WASHINGTON i' 1 rcmony pre
r i>> chief Just r. Gerald it
m in j ,', the United
-he nation had ur i traiM Uon from
\i\on Adminiitrati n to I I Administration
THE NEW PRESIDENT delivered a short address
ta the overflow crowd in the East Room and a natnuui
ion audience wh:ch e:rphj*ue ;ation as hi* first coil, and during the weekend revealed
. plan* to convne a panel of experts to stuiy the na-
>n'v economy and halt runewa) inflation
President Ford's n I speech Monday
from the t'S Motl ( of Repn tentative! was well
ivrd. but some observer, adopted a wait ai
toward^ the -pit:!., proposall which mav be of-
,i .i* aol 1 the pr Menu.
The Ford Ada Middle Baal policy will
t f.rt test this week ill in Wa
Egyptian. For-!/-. M II and Kin*
iseeia of Jerd in. The
!'
Israel: Prem.er V I I his Cabinet in
GEM1D tUOOlPH f0*0
31th President of the United States
I.u that no date ha- D> '-n -
it to R ;< ihifl:* I leL il they
place : S ','
after I M ter Yigal A as to Nen York '.o
attend the opening f the United Nattoi \-sem-
bly
ARAB LEADERS reportedly have expressed concern
BKT the transition of power because Ford, when he was
the Republican leader in the House, frequently made
ipeechei on behalf of Israel and. like most Congressman
supported a ftronf Israel
But sources here said his aides have Inflated that
this did not rule out effort! h> Ford for a Middle East
settlement and the continued improvement of I'.S ties
with the Arab world The new White House Pr"ss Secre-
tarj Jerald TerHont laW Friday, "The President, alon?
with [er inderl nei the continuity of bi-
part \ foreigi pol ey"
Fah:n> Monday to mother -->und of Mid
rile E ilka a I Se ret ry of -;-,{,. Henry A
mier aith I ord r1
'xpected t,> focus on the resumption of the Geneva peace
Continued on Page 5
Federation To Hold Annual Meeting Sept. 4 ,'
ward N. Mil*

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kid tliat an ml
hen bean ,
ill be h* Pn
election of

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alter w. Ivj
wrll ktvwn I
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and
f the
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.]> tj. aUrnU
nunl meeting aaytm Ui
I* an opportui
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... the F deration
nt> can t* atrenajth-
to unmet nee is In I
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There adll be
refn will be
IVI It OUT Z
NOW AM N. AWllfff
Gothamite Firht
'or Soviet Jews
The
York J -of
n at

adopted half
: s viet Jewrj in support of
: > win cultural
and
the *!
in was
b\ Arnold Lmhardt. i represent-
Council on
. et Jewry and a member of
t lepenoent Democratic of
Dp Cit>
THE RESOLITIOV was not
ir not this
just rear.' Che support of the
Jackson N Iment or actiw
uUi of Soviet
Jewn
Barry Axler Federation's
New Assistant Director
Ford and Israel: Whafs Ahead?
N ".;.

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where I a
1
atVod hia '' A
.s executive direct ,f
I "ommonitv I
' ii N Y and executive di-
of the Jewish On
Ol (Greater New Lei
from 1971-1974.
I in New Ixmdon. Mr.
also served as bout of
ah ben 11
lewtata Mystique." was ad-
' the IliM. I at (".mnei-ticut
served on the Southeast-
nnactteut BoekaJ Planning
f arul was a member of
ft State ..f i-onnecticut B'nai
:th Youth Orftanizati.in
[Mr Axler's main rea|*nsihili-
fce trw Federation will be in
areas of pronramnur-ij arni
'""^n's Division, where he
! to tHiii.) m Ft Uu.ienlale
"er and deeper understandm*
B\ MfRRW 7KKOFF
JT \ News Editor
1NGTON D.C. CJTA)
_ With Gerald Rudolph Ford as
i p -non
n the minda of Jew-
ish itui the Jewl
iwh ile ; whal
,.in be expected In the
Cast cj
The conaenaui 'x>th private
. publk enter p!n| this
and i- that there will be no
ntial ebanfla and that I I S
will continue to seek wayi 10
ibliab a stable and la.st-
lag Mi least peace
ONI <>i ugns,
in addition to Ford's
ittatu l" of friendship for
Jewish state. i> that Secretarj of
S it Hi nrj A Kissinger w.ll
continue in hia position under
new Administration ^
himself made it clear that he will
contia le the fort ign polic) derel-
Preaident Nixon.
Speaking exten>poreneoualy in
front of his home Thurs night ihortly after Nixon con
eluded his resignation speech.
iay with-
that
eved pi
r future
far
as '.
He a
onl> one member of Sb
Klsslr wl dii
the talka which
. beta
Israel ur.d her i
K^vpt and Syria.
FORO PBAIBEI) :er as
Continued on Page 4
lAMT AXtft
vwish culture and in-'
immitment to t.he
jtwtah peopM and the Jewlah r*>
llarrv and his wife. S
.n this paat Peaeover m the
iet Lnton, whefa they
and asoke "b man>' K"^M"
Jews hIki desire to emigrate
Israel The Axlers have s|>ken
ab.-it their experience* to many
uu/ations as well as local and
,nal television and radio
The Axlers will reside m Sun-
rise
USSR Warns Arabs Of Israeli Attaek
PARIS (JTA Fr-
language uewapapari In Be
that the Soviet Unlofl hs<
w irned of an Imminent lar 11 I
ItU II ii the Arabs.
The eai lllm came fn>m the
Soviet Ambassador to Iebanon.
Sar\ar Aalmov to Yassir Arafat
i of the Palestine liberation
ani/ation. atfCUtdhng t > the
news;>aper L"orient-I^ Jour The
paper said A/i- I Arafat
that he had information in his
possession which indicated an
ninent Israeli attack on Arab
ANOTHER news|>aper. Le
Soir, said the Russian envoy fnit
the Palestinian leatler on guard
against an Israeli attack and
uryed him to speed up the crea-
tion of a Palestinian state."
Azimiv was quoted by the Bei-
rut pai>er An-Nahar as saving he
feared Israel might soon attack
"one or more of the Arab frontt
ind the Palestinian refugee
camp* in order to freeze the
Mid'i ntea efi >rta ani
abstruc* the resumption of the
Geneva peace c >nferenee."
Aocordlng to the Reirut re-
ports, Soviet and Arab sources
confirmed that Azimov met with
Arafat but refused to comment
further.
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? HWrf/kr**r <""^ M U^L
Friday. August 23
l*
Dr. Friedman Democratic
Candidate For Congress
Dr. Cha eilmaa make?
no tones ab I ^ Utos as a
non ~r~~-
Arneman aiu a devoted Jew
A I WO
the I > CmniW in the 12th
ngrvsstor W againv J
!i. rtert Burke, his platiuri;
elude a comprehensive hi
se.
a a
as
In answer to the qu
irlw
to the
ie< -ha'. 1 can n.. konajar
mi bark aa

4 Charlie 1
man v*a-
ai'I: M 001 h*
stu father s. ived M nresiden' 4 ? t
i
e United Stat^
in Their mine his i-ommit-
ment for the
ene-! by a summit at an
H. ami n-i Ml sev-
ers
an: *r mst:-
Het MO artta
u .e San.ii a
A recent trr t.. P. Bad
ini' a I j.hcnluiv
when tin- r'nedmans were ha:
>#! by KGB police as truy at-
tendee a L'at; U-timer Btaasc
Mi the JewMh Ketjsnuts of
Mam
Charlie Fn.-dm.tn u nt the
kind of man ate BoafeM h:s in-
terest.- to <>oe area, however. He
has iieven>i*>i a wiie gaOBfl ol
interest*. rar..:in; bam re ichM
Knedmans
have studied a ran] foreign Ian-
fjuaan, inefudaai Spanish
Russian, ami are particularly
n arl m i>- m ami Bahraar,
which ti! Item in eood stead
or their extensive travels As an
; ruia la he
naaamta
Another hobby nat
bacoaaae. .. caaidenl u.-
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int. rest i arde:
nati i me an
several -ouie~ a- the I Divan
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taken
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enta Ke
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rents at Nova High &
The
Debbie, racaotlj returned to
the Cr Ian rleaj
ed am! a
Var
K nnme a campaign 'hat ts
started alinust solely by enthue-
tasiM- volunteers, and (unoed .i.-
moat entirei> trorr: his own
iled savings Dr Krit-dman has
taken a leave > absence trom ru
enta: practice in order to de-
vote himself to the issues and
talk with the people M UnnvarJ
County
He serves on Temple Soiei's
ReUgkius Schuo! Committee, is a
member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Friends of the Touru
SvnatcuKue National Historic
Shrine, the 20A. and has been
an active worker on the .ini
camuaign with the Jewish V. e.
tare KederaUon. in audition to
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-EddcaLAuqim 23. 1974
+JtUHkrHi tr <* Greater Fort lauderdale
Page 3
Miles P. Bunder Appointed
As Director Of Education
Mile* p. Bunder has l>een ap-
pointed director of education Temple Heth Israel, tht Col
\atiw Synagogue -l Ft Lauder-
dale, acroniji^- i an annoui
merit made by Jules Shapiro,
president of the temple. He h .s
already bafUII his duties, which
will Include atrvtaf, as director "I
youth actrtitka, and aaatotlng in
an administrative capacity
Mr. Bun.ler ha* a add*, and \a-
I background. After jfraduat-
inc fran the Untvenhy of Penn-
sylvania, where he majored in
;>hy and minored in busi-
'ministiatinn tic attended
1 Ma University, wher>
ie-e:ved a Mastei m
I'hllosi.j.rn.
Mr. MurKler also craduate-i
with a reaching certificate and
Bi ree from Grata
m Philadelphia
He att.-n.ied the Jewish The<>-
Senunary in \. w York,
where he reoi\erl a Mattel
gree in lletiew Ijteratui.-
Hesnle- teaching for many
years in Philailelj'hia. New York
and Miami. Mi Buixler serve-i
on the executive staff of <
Raman in Canada: Palmer.
Mass arxi in Pennsylvania, for
a total of nine yean He was also
in a selex-l pUMgl choaBfl t" it
tend a special Study Seminar In
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rnent as a tei
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Board
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a.;. >'h.
H*ht-MottI* A SkOp
(I t the sacred ritual
i at all a
I InrUnj i:th Mondaj
i Sept 16 n arUng the He-
f<
Aaebtti
j Renaei and Choir who ad
chant HteWM Ufl '^ infi and pal
t c edit in the ceremony M
BiowuiK' f the Ram's Hoi n
(Sbofari al. rtm^ the contrail
lion to the ur-v'inninn of a New
Hebrew Year. R*wh Hashanah
Morning rr\Ires will he held
(>n Tueeda>. Sept IT. and
v. dneeday. Sept in. at 9 am.
Following the Ten Daya M
Penltenea, self-analysis ami for-
efloe as an advisor at Temple
Sholom in Philadelphia. Pa.
From there, he became assistant
of the I>e|>artment itf
U) Activities of the Philadel-
phia Bianch. United Synagogue
Of Amen, a Ha then became full
tor, and served there from
1986-1968 He was aJao director
of the I'sv Camp for thoaa I
\ aai
Mr. Bunder then moved on to
become the director of youth ar-
tivitlea at Temple Beth El in
New Rocheue, N.Y., where he
it uitii distinction for three
i He also served ai the
m ni Leaden Training fel-
lowship il.t y <.
ing that true Mr Bunder
et ved u the tasiitai I R ibbl
fbi the High Ho d ij
Ner Tamid, Miami Beach He
has most recently been serving
as due. tor ol south Si til Ities
and Confirmation teacher at
Congregation Hcth lorah, North
i Beach.
Mi Bunder was recently eltvt-
eil National President of th.-
Jewish Youth Directors As-mm-wi-
tlon at its convention in New
York.
In announcing the appoint-
enl Mi Sh t| Iro said he feels
tain that Temple Beth b
continued spiritual
l A
it
.-. ities .in
un

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<> Worship In \tnc
High Italy Days

*lth
and an All Day Fa-t
of Atonement Yom Kip;
26, which
. Memoi ii 1
Set a .it i .
ire now be
la >t the to-- pie of I
I to p m.
ftfCNAJTD At. NIXON
. stepped down
Decision A
'Matter Of
Deep Regret*
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Presl lent Nixon's deci-
sion tn submit Ms resigna-
tion last week **ai S "mat-
ter of deep regret" to many
Jewish leaden, who ex-
pressed sorrow over the
events which led to the step
and gratitude foi his aid and
staunch friendship for Is-
rael.
Lewis D Cole, chairman,
and Isaiah M. Mlnkoff, ex-
ecutive trice chairman of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
hailed Mr. Nixon's
tion of the goals 'if interna-
kwnestlc
harmon t of the last
a< t- oi ii lencj."
The natio.i > Jewish lead
an declared, however, that
t1 ej we; e confident r
President Ford will continue
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Friday. August 23. 1974
Ford and Israel: What's Ahead?
ger held with some *> foreign
envoys some two hours after Ford
took the oath 0/ office.
IN TVE presence of reporters.
Fold told a group of IS Arab
diplomats that "negotiating not
only with opponents but with
your own party is difficult, too,"
citing hia 26 year* in Congress.
He assured the Arab envoys that
Kissinger would continue to con-
duct Middle East negotiations as
he did for former President
Nixon
Ford also stressed in his meet-
ing with the Arabs the continuity
of U.S. foreign policy and his
desire to achieve 3 lasting peace
and friendship with all of the
Arab nations.
This policy was also under
lined by Nixon in his resignation
speech Citing his own foreign
po'icy programs, he said that in
the Mideast 100 million peoplt
in the Arab countries, many of
Continued from Page M
"a very treat man" who has help-
ed "to build the blocks of peace
under President Nixon. I think
those policies of peace will be
continued, and those policies of
peace should be continued."
Observing that Kissinger had
agreed to continue on as Secre-
tary. Ford added that it means
that "he and I will be working
together in the pursuit of peace
in the future, as we have achiev
ed in the past."
The new President issued sim-
ilar assurances when he met Fri
day with Israeli Ambassador
Simcha Dinitz and affirmed that
the U.S. would continue its
friendship and take the required
action to strengthen Israel's econ-
omy and military forces, it was
reliably reported here His meet-
ing with DiniU was one of a se-
ries of meetings he and Kissin-
Arab Presence Here
We must, and quickly, arm ourselves against a grow-
ing Arab aggressiveness m the Western Hemisphere.
There is more to this than the "simple" investment of
billions of Arab dollars in Amaiican enterprises some
of them right here in Florida.
The greater problem is in Latin America, for Latin
America, replete with didtators and army-run nations,
shudders and groans with poverty and rage and revolution.
Fidel Castro's initial failure to transport Communism
there through Ernesto Che Guevara does not mean he will
not try again. Latins want change, both political and
economic: they are ripe for it
In such an atmosphere, the spirit oi the Third World
breathes.
There the oppressed are not quite sure, or they can
not believe, that the Third World represents some of the
most effective oppressive societies on the face of the earth.
In the propaganda war among East, West, and the
Third World, It is a fair assumption that the Third World is
taking the opening rounds.
Arab Ministers in Pern
The Arab nations, with their new billions at a conse-
quence of their incredible oil profits, arm powerful advo-
cates of the Third World at the same time that they are
not Thud World economically and that, in fact, some of
them, principally Saudi Arabia, presume to lean closely
toward the United States.
The Arab nations in this context are therefore the new
breed of colonialists in beggars' disguise.
The visit to Peru in June of ministers from three oil-
producing Arab states Algeria, Kuwait. Libyagraphic-
ally demonstrates the extent to which Arab influence is
increasing in Latin America.
Burt Levinson. chairman of the Latin American Affairs
Committee of the Anti Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
has noted that such a visit two years ago would have been
considered "exotic and folkloric."
But the fact is that the Arab ministers succeeded dur-
ing their visit in establishing firm economic and financial
ties with Peru.
For example. Ezzadine el Mabrouk. Libya's Minister
of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, said that his govern-
ment would support development of the Peruvian oil in-
dustry.
Staggering Effect on I $
Ditto for Algeria's Balaid Abdessalam, who vowed to
advunce Peru's bid tor membership in the Organization of
Petroleum Exporting Countries.
As for Abdul-Rahman Salem Ateegy, Minister of Fi-
nance and Petroleum for tiny but fabulously wealthy
Kuwait, he declared that his government is currently ex-
ploring with Peru the possibility of establishing binational
corporations in various sectors of the Peruvian economy.
All of these developments have had staggering effect
on the western world (and Japan), already groaning under
the impact of unfavorable balances of trade, of funds gush-
ing into the pockets of the Arab potentates for the oil it
needs to keep western industry going.
( neovering the Disguise
The effect on Israel is equally obvious. We have com-
mented on that in these columns often enough.
But as Americans and as Jews we must grow doubly
sensitive to these developments. They can not bode well
for any Jewish community, which the Third World sees,
or at least it says it sees. Jews not as Jews but as Zionists
and white imperialists.
The oppressor in sheep's clothing is already knee-
deep in the oily ooze of its conquests. We must learn, as
we have said, and quickly, to uncover his disguise.
whom have considered us their
enemies for nearly 20 years, now
look on us as their friends e
must continue to buikl on that
friendship so that peace ear. -:
tie at last over the Middle I
and so that the cradle of civtli;
zation will not become its gaW
BASICALLY, however
still much too tarty
Ford's foreign policy views be-
vond the generalities he made
since Thursday night Hi* Uj"
volvement and expertise ... for-
eign affairs has been BbsM
Whatever abilities ht may !
in dealing with these comply
issues and in relating to the di-
verse and even antagonistic ideo-
logies 3nd objectives of Ibe I
suns. Chinese and Arabs will M
tested shortly
To a large extent Ford w v'
able to pay more attention to
building and reinforcing I s
foreign policies because for
first time m decades the 1 S
not embroiled in righting; v
abroad Also, the foreign
developed by Nixon will not be
overshadowed and dimir.
Watergate
Ford's vioen and act.
area <>f foreign affair-
vebp in the course of time
a,'lded by his own grow
light! and the impe-
1 to develop '
omy don rticall) and its
matic and economic tiei
FORD IA8 -aid ,viu- srl
\r*N one
an ardent Internatloi
Takine him at his word tl
tion at this time is not hoe
internationalism but what I
not srtta whom he will seel
er ties but to what ex*
Observers note that Ford, II *
Middle American. 1-
t,> genii the kind of sill
fsreiitn commitment- that will
require greater tax burdens ji
the American poop*
During the interim period, un-
til Ford and the new Admmis.ra
hashed _*
down, the new President s like
h tj act in an ad hoc faahmn
and pragmatically, taking his
cues from thote in his Cabinet
who will help h.m shape and for
mulate foreign policy, foremost
perhaps. Kissinger
FORDS KNOWN capacity to
moderate between divergent
M and groups in the House
vml0 he was Republican leader
Indicates that he may stnve to
find some common ground
diverse forces in
America I political ami economic
fcrena that have intere>ts in the
Middle lam
There :s no question however,
observers say. that Ford will**
,.- 1 pel ej of ptace in the Mid
east and try to achieve a Si
between Israeli and Arab -
because that is the best
for the U S. 00 many bj 11
safeguard its current laves*,
ments. especially in Sand
bia. and te lay the basis for -p. -
ing up new areas for Arm
capital, particularly in the I
tian petrochemical indu**r. ;-,
offset whatever gains the -
\ mon -till has in the area at
prevent the Russians from
l.shing political and atone
hegemony while seeking a)
same time, to develop 1 at
of co-esistence with the t SSR u
the Mideast, to give the new
ministration some respite '
concent rating its energle
and begin to focus on don -
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Beware: Politicians and Gifts
By KR\F>T B Ft Kl.l RSON
Las Aageles Times .syndicate
WMKBKmTOH When a poli-
tician's whim i> powtrfu
to delight an entire Industry iti
sjggjt, then that industry had bet
ter look out
For unle>- it please- him In
return, he la likely to catch It
again going the other way If he
can delight them, he can Jisap
point them
And if he can vote on Of
a bill to provide them it
ment money, they can be sure he
is going to find a way to
how that money : It 11
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United Way Section Chairmen
Appointments Are Announced
Temple Beth Israel Offers
W ide Scope Of Activities
Fl t>iiteninle Isaynr Virginia
S Yn.nj, Nova fnrw ..<_
Wient Abraham S. PtacMar, and
FV>rt LaudMale h PSiirp V Cheamji and Joseph C.
Amaitirro. rtm-e neen appointed
*ert: Vn tei Way campaign
TV -nnonnrement made
ry Wamld K Walker. 1975 cam-
i .an.
a memler of the
T'lut-i Way board Of directors.
rye of the campaign
employ***, and
rTsernVr win be responsible
' rial section
._ jocMiicnt of First
si 9si4bzi St \jnn Assn..
wife the M\ riL- and
* and \ it ii Idenl
of I tat .on wfti.. wi\:
-i
A Ft lender, tale resident
BSflfet of her ife Mayor TosaTg
in numemui dvfc
gaaJsatJ tu .monc which are
Boj and Girl Scouting and the
YM< A all r jilted Way I
^ '-hsji-rnan of the I
int> School Board, and
; :* f Jbe r loi. la S hool
!'<* \sv:i Mayor Young has
i on Bsltteei undci five
xbi pmeni
nor Askew Coun< 11 for
ma Apt ice and n
i n [} ytf.nrs.
b : -cher i fni-
Iver-
> 'T "I California at '
U '*, V.- V** |l|
cation In addition to m vlng a*
president of Move University, he
of education and
aervea on the Initeri Way rucii:et
commute*-.
He hepan hi* career an a
scirr.i e teacher and earned his
:ate at Columbia I'niver
Sfty, He also served as assistant
f*gaaf at the Graduate School
of on, Harvard Univer-
Dr Fl hier is a consultant t>>
the Ford Foundation, to various
state departments of education
and to school district! in a num-
ber of states. An author, he i> a
Fellow of the American Assn. for
the Advancement >: 8 ii nee and
a me -1-': of numerous othei
education and scientific organ!*
/at;
to joining First Fe
in 1970, Oteaney was president
ard County lit i
a here he had been affili-
llnce 19HS He ha- I en a
First Federal director mire 1967
\ HfeUsjBj reshtent of Fl
I a tderdale, fheaney is a grSjrJu-
ate of local schools and the l'ni
versify of Florida law school Me
. .i.t \e in profe
minify activities and is past
vie* prasMM tie Assn. and a member
Of th* hoard Of dire, tan of th*
Ft Ijiu erce.
Amaturo has i.oen in the
i til .
ASreftam fiickltr Jottptl Amaluro
yean snd lent .'f the
o l Iroup, Inc. with radio
and television feciiitiei in Hous
ton. 81 Lotus and St Joaeptl He
wed WFTL m 19
has t. en either president 01
hi ol the i oard sin e that
tin
.e m community endeav-
nn tmatun an "f the
U and

[the v live '.--'.
Frl laj
- will be held Aus j." at -
p.m.< a- Temple Uet) flOfi
W. Oakland Park Blvd. in Sub-
i-'- I >ffh atm will be Rabbi
i Up A I-iIhiw ii/ and i 'antor
Ma : .. e a Ne i SaM nth morn-
ing k rvk '.- I '.in at B:4S
v Ith an On* it following
ices.
I Holiday Services ill he
bale] in three location! thk ><-
The main service iii eon-
ducted at the Hollda) Inn on
aia at l av i iiaa Blvd Rs
bow it/ and Cantor Neu will offi-
ciate. Auxiiia: service! Will he
held at the temple and at Camc-
l"t Hall. All services will le un-
der tlie ie; pervision of
Rabbi Labourite TU kcts tor all
ervieea are available at th.
temple office
Sundaj School and l b
School Registration \t rtlll open.
Foi Information about joining
;.|e Beth Israel and enroll-
ii.. your children, a ntai t the

Only s few o\ ening i re
for the '4 es o i^1 Num
i laai
Registration foi the Ji an I Si
rsv am i Youth <;
now o| en for 7th tl 12th
grades
in Hrector f<
tkm.
The
a can
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Mn. ah n
Illegal Settlement Sparks
Cabinet Members Argument
JTAi -
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the V.
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ed ai giving a green l.ght
t the religi.
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aenvis arnonn Frerier Vit/hak
Ral n iai triers that
no .latter what any parti
Jewish
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Dr. Charles Shapiro To
Discuss Sex And Singles'
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. will ha i
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The Jew ksh
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Hi Miai
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election of Jew-
ish ceremonial objects, greeting
.- and recoi ii also svafl-
ab'e 'l lie shop is open 9 30-4 10
] n through i rMirsday, and
some rdgtrts.
The Temple credit Union
nsteti every Monday night.
ire sponsored every Wed-
ix sda> night
Daily unman meets every
id.i. through Thursday,
at 8 ii a m.
The Men'i Club will hold a
i era! me v meeting
next Honda; at 8 00 ;
Temple Beth I u ael offers
w iii. acope "i activities, Includ-
ing a vibrant Sisterhood, an ac-
i ve Men-- Club, an exciting
Young Couples Club, an inspiring
Adult Education Committee and
a wide range ol program! for ail
ben of a i taj Rs
Labow it/.
liana (jroup
Installation
Set Thursday
liana (Sroup ol the Ft Lauder-
. wai to
' e its ir nl officers
e Bet i Sum .-.
rsdaj a) I n with ">
nik as installinf
Mrs.
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HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
iri/7 be held in the
TEMPLE SHOI.OVI NEW SANCTUARY
132 S.E. ELEVENTH AVE., POMPANO BEACH
Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Jacob J. Renzer and choir
will conduct the services
ROSH HOSHANAH YOM KIPPUR
Monday evening Sept. 16-7 p.m. Wednesday evening Sept. 25-7 p.m.
Tuesday morning Sept. 17-9 a.m. Thursday Morning Sept. 26-9 a.m. All Day
Wednesday morning Sept. 18-9 a.m.
Reservations now being accepted Phone 942-6410______________
KILH.IOIS SCHOOL RKUSTK \ TIO\
PRIMARY TO CONFIRM A TION
August 27 9 to 12 a m. August 28 9 to 12 a.m. August 29 1 to 4 p.m.
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Friday. Angus* 23. 1974
Ford and Israel: What's Ahead?
Continued from Page 4-
issues. specifically inflation and
unemi'ioynit nt; and to maintain
the I'S. U frrrre raj.ar.te of
helping to Stabilise a trouble
ome area.
Peace in the Mideast Is alto an
aemk neceeait) for the I'.S.
at thai time in ar>-
other wi 1 noted.
IF THE MIDewAU economics
were to revert t I ill peacetime
: the national budg-
ets 1 l't and Sy ''
were 1 oted
to military t] S. trade
with A:
more I pro-
vide ai Itet
America and
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On Jan. 8. in an address to the
Manufacturing Chemists Ai
ciatic.n in Washington. I
hinted that continuation of the
Arab oil embargo 11
a curtailment 0! food '
to Arab count) ai where I
nmodftiea are perennially In
short aupply.
( I.osk AN OIL valve in the
you threaten to
shut down a farm tractor In
Middle Weat," he state-!. Halt
th.- n actor and eople in
the world will hunger for breed."
I obeerved that 1
lar Mow" red to I
and ae t; a
with ita bai
How the V >
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On Feb. 24. F >r i to

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Lebanese Border Clashes
Continue: Boa! Is Sunk
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the a riata
who Infiltrated the
side town of Nahartya and killed
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TIIK Iaaaja,mi| .eased no
rep< lajt or casual*
but a LeLanese government
.esman in Beirut said two
1
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llnei ton
and ber of ho tees A
eminent
in the Ark
The region la known 1
is as Fatahland I it ii
believed to be the base ol opei .
tioni the Paleat terril-

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TIIK THEN Prem
MeiT, m a
whole career bean K
Ma profound humanita laniam.
bis fearlesa aupport foi freedom
every* hl* ,:
frlei
AI be I an who wai
Foreign Mlnlater
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United st.ties end the ;-
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men! as Jewish C
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unced recently by Ho-
ward Miller, pres.Jent 01 the
deration ol Gn
I'ort Laudeidale and Dr. S
ley Margukes. chairman ol
thi Jewish Chaplain', y Study
Committee A new service of
lered by the Hollywood and
Fort Lauderdale Federations,
his position will be funded by
both. '
Pompono Beach Mayor J. Kenneth Wilbama signs a proc: :-
in designatma Ociober. 1974. aa "Hadosaah Ma
>ssea to the formal ceremony were Choi Group |
hwin Beano M0 end Mis Hilda Edelman. :.
president
Dr. Clifford Joseplttoa Appointed
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Jen I if ThrHinr of Greater Fort lauderdale
Page 7
The Bitter Fruits of Naming Your Own Boss
By JOKKI'll M.MH1
|xw Angele* Tlmro Svndkat*
WASHINGTON At tl*
NlaM Brezhnev ummit.
*orld i* now unk:
watching the logical coneeq
ces of an event of wen yean
ago. That was when the profes-
sional leaden of the Soviet m
e.1 force* acquired the unusual
prerogative of naming their i
fcOaa\
No other major nation in mod-
ern umea ha* given th.s } reroga-
tive to its senior men in unif
xce[ t I. r Japan in t.\.
so before the att.i k u
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the ed in a clash
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theii sign* and \- ater into
thi ir megaphones
\\ KAII MM (. \l.. .....'aiy of
the Laboi I' ii tj SI identa I irgan*
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JbWl tkrUtor Greater Foci Lauderdolo
Friday. August 23. 1974
JDL Leader Claims Prohatioi
Officer Threatened His Life
Temple Sold Barnes Siegel
As Educational Director
SAN FRAN f-
(JTAi : San
Francisco area Jewish DehHMM
Lea.- e cool linator, Mid here he
hail filed cotapkuat natel
PUdbssii BHva, a probation officer
in the c:t.. I i- '*nt
and father of Sandra Silva, an
vested Na i who s a dor* in
the city's rmtart depai tnient. B OB ..::.. SUVS ** an<1
di.-'i .----a; Cram I Job for
allecedl, making a death t1
aj;ain.-t Pavlow.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy U'lei.iH m but he ei
n.it had lor comment <>n
the cbai.
PAY I.ON Id the JTA in New
fort :n a telephone Interview
that he and his attorney, Ter-
ence Mailman, bad 'he
charce at a ;:i- < nee.
Pavhny, a 10-year-old student
at San Ftam bk State
ad allegedly warned
I i bullet"
in his head
m\< raal '
stnllH ol Sandra Silva.
The woman
national attention for her out-
Spoken Nan view* and for t
lar attendance at Nazi rallies m
a Nazi uniform.
PAVLOW PAID the a
threat had been [.as.se. 1 to hire by
Ed SchJageter, who h probation
,. (oi Pa> km on the JDL
coordinator i conviction for hit-
ting .. Nazi at a March 3 meeting
of the Boanl oi Education
Pa\ he had been con-
victed of lattery and given a .-i\-
month impended sent nee and
18 monthi probation.
The JDi. leader told the JTA
that Schlaceter had l>een "pn
surer!" by James Richmond an
attorney who re
km in the assault cast to ;
on the alleged threat.
r.i\ .. .. i lid Quentln Koj
moi' i rd of Su
Woodlands Bridge Team Donates Winnings To IEF
The bridge team repreeenting
Wood In r Club, UK
ini: Mrs Erwttl

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was not a re.-id. r it Ol BM Fran-
dn* and suhiect to lilffl BMl 1< I
tha; raatan
PAVLOV BAD KOPP
bii den and on the s
by the Jl
Miss SUva lived with h<-
in San Matao a city -
from San Frai
Pavlov told the JTA
he had tape ol the thi

M well .....-
the
alleged threat.
Asked why ne hea no! Bled a
request tor a warrant foi SI
arrest for making the
threat. Pa\lovv sax) hil "- may
had declared, when thai
sal was raised that the first
should be to obtain SU'
missal ami the proposed Investi-
gation and that the request
warrant could then i-
when the purpi -''' '
been established at the rei
hearing.
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phase ol the mmb?r.V ram
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in Pompano Beach
the tarmal
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. i
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August 23. 1974
+Jewlrf ntrkUtr of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page
^Cyprus Power Takeover Intolerable To Turkey
MAX LXRNER
Time* aynditAtr
GTON While the
takes its peril i
an<1 mihtar;.
be amiss to look be-
- immediate urgencies of
Greek-Turkish po I-
*>ad choices of Gie.it
wnacy.
itais directly lav >lvel.
Nicosia, are Ai.
London, as the three
of the Indeperi
[Cyprus.
these four the 1'N
MtHI. and ther.
and Moscow, with-
minimal agreei
^Hl<>' th> 1'nited
have little effective
| you gel Ihe Seven in an
Intricate web of interests and .n-
voivement, fraught with, great
danger. The posvar. takeover in
1 rus, by a (Ireek-inspired mili-
tary j.inta le
**!. Ssjapsoq and committeil to
aba with Gtl (Enosi,. was
In defiant < of the lnde>
,*>en ieme treat..
ii. Intel howe* er,
would he a disastrous ASWer
THE ANSWKI must t*
in. through and by the Seven.
They come U clone to an I
gam of powei opinion Interna-
m tnd i
n the Cj
. i
H it the Seven cannot lead
["hey need leadership
' HMD the past
the "ni"'. of
:. >t
bright. Britain might furnish it.
but :t is too week and too in-
volved with its own Cyprus prob-
lem in North Ireland.
CAN LEADERSHIP come
from the United Mates or R
sia. or both tngcthei Roth are
crippled giants, bat crippled in
different ways.
The Unite.! States is all but
paralyzed internally by Water-
gate and current impeachn it
tumtoil. with a President whose
authority has eroded. The Soviaf
Union is crippled by its own sav-
a?" intervention-, in Qnchoslo-
v.ik.a East Germany and Hun-
whu-h give :t little author-
ity to deal with interventions :n
Cyprus.
It is also morally crippled by
it- brutal treatment of ha own
intellectual dtaMBl
OF THE two. it i5 the United
Heniv May Make it After All
tX I.ERSER
|lrs Times Svndirate
^BTiN Whatever tbs
^^Bn^< r or i-n
Bar doubt it j Wt
the BT -ck of r put
irecrs in post Water-
Ifton he eaduret and
mil
st trial ha* p-
it of suc-re,>. espaej
Middle last lialo
BpD.D. and notably Ihc
^Baumtv will forgive
|Kit will not for five
^rr is philisor-hei
understand this, bu;
to be amused b]
awhich distresses
ho forget that ha
Where he il b> ps-t
rns I go alone with
policy for the mo.l
[am more skej>'.. .' '
detente role than he
skeptical tl
Itions on the SALT
felt from the start
to bring him d 'Ai
|ging inquirv route.
ugh the leak., fro-n
fjudi,-:arv Conunittee
tus and unfair
back at Salshurg
of emotion which
ie who had mistaken
iceberg
at the time that the
tactic would \>rk
Hit seems to confirm
sES from the Home
uaittec dried up
change of venue
Foreign K-
President Nil
lirm.m Pulbright
Id have ionic
Irengthcn..! K in:
that hii rol< l U
marginal
has told laal
the FBI '
if aaything
ISted tl.it u:

kZR! V.C.
)t | p III
th.r tl
i: Politicians
stata Fags
rs entirely on gee
| rnuitv in
jhl
Hnenl influi nee csn
the subject," he
lEl.Y be war '
Ingenuit} alresdj
the Flrsl
v iph which pur
egl< <
or anvthiui else
rr.ittee w.ll clear him an la
aattal member Sea Stuart S*
D l>.. Mo iayi he has
thias, to worry about) ret K:<
tatter rtfil talk, darkly of re-
ligaiag 'f more than three com
nmtee members vote agalns! him.
Why does he feel >o strongly on
. lam
The answer, I suspect is that
it w r reels for him to b
the Watergate infection spread
to bis own poMtcii
HIS JOB a, secreUry of state.
in a crippled Administration. .-
hard enough without .t- authont> .
iTodd b> the Watergate plague
a, well
The Kissinger foreign policy
has been supple, sophisticated,
imaginative. The new questions
haul it have to do with whether
it is also tough minded.
One must doubt that jo sea
M>ned s veteran of Kremlin
stadia and of nuclear studies
has mam illusions ihmt the Rus
liaBl Hut the Vietnamese war.
with Itl divisive impact on the
nation, has left it> star on ail
thinking
THE ONE thinw* the In.ted
States cannot afford. Kirs Infer Ii
kr >un to feel, is a scries of lo
Ctlised -emi -military confronts
tions thai vsill resurrect Wfnam
I itee and the Vietnam men
taHt)
I should myself agree that for
the l"n>U*d States to get some rel j
Stive freedom from such con
frontatinns would be a detente
plus Bul ire must ronstantlv ask
how high a price we are willing |
\ fir it
THE PROBI.EM with nuclear
ipeaa and the SALT talk
D more tangled Kissinger
..'>\: urty no novice in this area.
Lot uons with Defi
.> James Schlesinger
w;th th.- Joint Chiefs of Staff
hii own irms control ex
;>ut him 0
in snj argument, w
pol cisa
Clearly he docsn ; feel there
., :. ''-'er
thi Bei
stat,
de
\mcr.i n. Insecure and n
nat the Rueslaai let
; live first itriki
\tv wn thel
-n
Wash I
Schl i
irj K er on
the reJ'
all', th .
rtt t theri:
I
I th" nuclear power,, and on
-uf
and nation
ilng nuclear
hould focus on
,. Kissinger
. id have -v lied as a de
f, M at th. Ehrl chmin
In all of Mr Nixon's inner i
circle, composed so largeh
former advance men in the 1!*>8
campaign, who had been brought
into the power center, K:-,in alone was an outsider
Yet. given Vice Presiden!
Forfrs enthusiasm for him. one
that of the whole pol'cy-
,haj-:ng '^roup Kissinger is the
only one likely to survive the
h iWaust
States whose foreign poHcy has
shown a greater capacit I to op-
erate effectively desp.te its built-
in weaknesses.
If Secretary .>f State Henry A.
Kissinger can lepeat in the <'/-
pris crisis the kind of atbtle,
imaginative enti gj ha showed
in the Mideast crisis something
< ther than disaster may come of
it
THESE ARE two Droad
teatea strategies baaweaa which
Kis6in>rer had to choose in the
Middle East One was to throw
all of America s power, reso.uces
and influeme behind one tide In
the Arab-Israeli war and pOBt-
war struggle, as the Po-tbum
d.'i at least outwardly.
The oaaat was to gh
the s;ip;>ort it nee>le>i but Si the
e time re-
'
n
Kissinger chose I >n i
and it gave Am i ,
a new image and ;>restit,'e.
i.n | In the Ml dee it bul tllj
KKsl\l,EK IIA-s I liatl c
tern ted t the

', i- t >-
the new
aw from tha I : -
Many n the Senate ami
still lirktne the i n Is of
rui
n tad Much'
C >r. e such a
B'Jt it would ie a blunder,
just as the "tilt" fowaid Pakis-
tan in the Indian-Pakistani war
was probably Kissinger's worst
i led
IK I AM right about the two
bi i :naii ibis to the
United States, it has little to
gain in the short run by consid-
erations of pique and much to
gain in tha long run by again
Ofgnriog t '.e I n.ted States in an
effective role ai -noiiiator.
II 11 could be done in the Mid-
dle East, where no one thought
it j ther, it can be done
in <
archbishop Malearios, with his
sabtle and leaillieafal mind and
his 'y for survival.
ha* nd written ttf the ehan< et
, -!.., tive > >le
Arriving in New York, he Mid
he '. is satisfied s<> far" with
I S behavior. Not wishing to be
ited with .-'-i\iet and Turkish
gttfsport he asked fr a meeting
er
NO one can say whether the
I | oe too far for a
restorsaoa to power,
lastly !>e done
wit kin i oi foj
e can oertainly be an
en.i c r.teek presence in
ard and
, : .. tti linsavory
: Sices Sampson to
a : erate lea lership of
.la.
K
Fruit goodness.
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of the Sunsweet tamily.
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Friday. Augu* 23. 1974
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Friday. August 23, 1974
f Gr#fltvr ft LiM^Sfni'*
Page 11
s,,
'moMr

ts-L^iev
man
lade Good
Where is American Jewry Gng? -
BJf eves bae i
Hi-M >eeti
|t11-- ol <
present
B i > ti.<
t I I OflSi K
m wrenm D
t; ii 18
!'...
i Mdta
IWfll '
er
in.i: i ;e.
, i Um
i i t
en the i ipeei
BP'
BavJ 'Ml*. "The w I
1 l'i:n,: :ia'
? tle world'a
| Kissin-
u h.-n th- sworda
|nti> plows tv.s not u
l>r Kissing.
H\. nt indicated
in their t>>trcb* and
lit nevertheless there
that wnveth n.; '
Kphshed. Look at
Borne .wan we r-i.e
Btl-.n* with h.T
n't even get any chop
It but niw the
and we i
., i| Ml
M TM> Mas
fltia. < ml >t have
E,bi* ;- '-hi'i'1 ;ically to
t>i-
?*
I. Ati <...!;

;eh- r Pi-
Mlo- .' I'-. ..1 >l-
bi:.i; nresentaii
1 i U '.-"
1MB '" iegai:i !
f '
... I
I
I
su down
s
k)- ted U
.LV he it.
Oha> a
ndlng writes
i bit
um da

f. ids
al-
...
.
I was sure Di-
otten. Who ha. /
tU BBSM MXt
..'J'HF. H Tl RE of the Jewish Coran jnity in
Basic Books. |11.8ft, MM pages it a col-
by 11 prominent aca-
IIM,
i eu i
demography, per
Wth. It U a thttkiaf man's book
BOmi ITS trie, then are (l no*
ticatioj .. f,.w
' future Jen erith
' rish valui
Wt reccmmi the
by Dr. 0 boot Pea James
S pei an Chat It S Lieb an
A be acJ alari Ma that loom on
.it will u
r meet the futui c an : What
mi

why SBHM LD asp] I
itions
mm and
on At!" AetatM
m the i '. the bbM ol con-
i ,i || BMBUBlt} ..: irs
: by Federa'.n lea :ers thai
it i facade of .! Mai adao egaral
t.'u-ir knowledge u omniscient0
UMttM there be a reconsideration of the
Repeal of 1949? Should there be a asm-
erger of ome Jewish organizations or
Jt ""<' of their functions or activities?
WHO IS to dictate direction and tone ol
pubi.i relations, information and pt
about I-:.-ein
What will happen to our youth if Israel's,
kibba BMBt turns to more pr.\..:
an oi... 1st political figures
polil i ar?
SCCIOIXX.V IN ISRAEL/ Leonard
v. G eanwood Preai 812.58, 314
i ;k ndiun ol mm
B in Israel over the '-' I
anion for Simon i.
l> v. rman of th
Sociology a! Bar I tan I Itiversit} :!
.>:iKjUon.
Ti.e tables "' coaapaneaos in the achieve-
ment foals, and a
kenanm, Sephardinn and
. ital leva n that larael's Interaal prob-
lacBj t-^u^l ':.< r axtei nal prob n
/>c#i Lf.i//o/'
\ Brooklyn Study Finds for Orthodox
a M.RVEY of attitu ies of me.-r.hers of OrtitO-
dox Jewuh fanu'iufi in the Boro Park section
of B ook:>n has indicated that while the e :- j
g-neration gap there. mo*t of the fOUHg Jews
t aapreaa lee itnient to the values
thadf Orthodox parentn. a Brooklyn L'olllege
lOCtoIoglJt has reported
Egoo Mayer repo ted that the data for his
aaHBJ were obtained mainly h>eta -wo i-parate
Kirveyi inteniv.- kntervievi artth fc B >ro Park
:am.iij randomly chosen front t^e telephone
tory, and a mail Young lrael lntercol>;:j-'- v.-h 44 question-
na.ri ^ completed and retunatal
THE SfBJEtT of I nag Israel survey
aioaa attj ltd attii a I wnaral
Ma>e; tep>' ted I that 68.8 per-
i f the JUBJ >| ai L on
teaung with Orthod Bra ter of
nunity, I i I with tho
mi'v ind 84 pat
air liaaa,
they w >jid
,.-.-.:.., .nago^ue
K. that survey ^ I kOMSkd that j2 peicent
the lack of po
arith 36 pareaaM pa tie
_ jr d. ^alisried with the purported UMk sf
on behalf of L>rae:.
^5iJnc
y
Barbra Streisand's New Film Hit (
aod log wit b iataaaaj figure-
aVKBRA STREISAND, in the h For
'Pel
1

aisin'g mi '' "'' -
.waaatoUaahaaMiaol
B
Sw.ce Um i herry. tne owner of a BUbia of
:> Picon eiicate
i nwr
cr
KeaUielt as hai
rHE i NPfUIIN flOl 8 enterl
Suit's i
l | .i:..an f, an i i
/
MAYER >AID ">4 percent indicaieii the> e -
ther did not care about or were liBBBllBfinil *lth
the opinions their parents expieacd about thaal
:v.', or project*
The family interviews. Mayer reported, indi
cat" i various source* of conflicts between -on*
an i daugaier* with then parents He reported
that a frequent source of conflicts with elder*
among the boys ami over their preferences .n
ha.r it] doth Rg r.ylei ard their miiitaecy
In the iefense of Jewish interests.
Ma>er reported in tne current IsJM of the
J 'jrr.al of Jewish Communal Service He c
scr.b'.: the report ] a auoinian of hii flad'igs.
! i.R i.IKI-S th source of Inter-geav-
naJ aoaTiiat ami aheir iaeire lot j vaaeed
and c
partMauari) -.:^x thai rioaated paren'ai
.-xoal nioJe>t>." the Ml -'
eia
a- the wrwap of the 89 faaa
. i n pi diced a I '
tl ael of religious be-
tw an t.se 28 and those o
In the I group. 30 BWfcei
M advaai el peshha a hi ion
21 Of those > j rcant bad
I
i with :.i i-' un lei 23.
<-/lpcrt
-A 20(h CflMun
Jeremiah
From Sicily
i)
ESCENDANT
Haifa
a Sicilian
fan An:iu"i\ Peranio
I > Israel Iron native
Nee York in 1859 he
/. onism, and be-
. he me n oppor-
tunit) to live a free, pioneering
and I ife H
was Jewih, but To; \ tame
ii Formal rehg-
ties
rs that have
ted he hi
lu'i l DOl-
'
re that
the
bj langer I
en-
ent : i luati i Lzati in
and |ovt rnmei ta! apath)
rnal

ag because the dangers
ern techi
.- an ei
! tea !;.* n-.i lents at the
:nion. where he l- I
proiesaor of <' il ei
the Ceatre t h Ea ental
Basearch, that I has an
obigsuon to MKiet) over and
above the provision of comfort
an i convenience
TO THE public Tony Peranio
has become a -ymbo'. of the
struggle against faceless eorpo-
raM jpon him as
a Don Quixote, tilting his lance
at the aria I BFOgreai
He has led demonstrations
against public nuisance; he has
g .r.e in Issawision he wields his
pen. not witn mtire, but arith
facts that are lifficult to refute.
He hai taken the ease of tho
pub.ic into the court!
H ate-t b Itt e is a-
uatieai power plant! which the
.,:-' a hes i :'>cate
the
; ts Ia-
but he
; the
. io Id consti-
IttU "
curiti
\() T.atter it as wa
iraj A,ab
r.euiib.i. '' International
a Yea K v: "-t^1 when
an enen
means,
MW d re eas.> a I ood of ou: ov.n
r.;i
aart
m haii:.. iP*ak
Uaat iBBBBfldiate h '-hat
would oeaati
loNY PERANIO
mu'.ttplieatieii
irs as a threat bol
which we aBd to
human BBawtJ He il
for tne oVev >p I oi neat
bsm of chaan mass ti
The BTOUb .-.
are I to
reatin
bb/i
and
iki
Hi
I
nee to
PERANIO AND pub

res. o
but ii any of them ara
lequately \ I J and laxly
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