The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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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. 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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wJewish Floridian
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ime 3 Number 13
Friday September 6. 1974
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oung Leadership Group Makes Plans For '74-75
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M. AND M*S. GAMf WACHTIl
T*m iMdtrsliit Dinner Hett
Oei director of the
! let boa ipoki briefly about
th ortanee <>f the
Young Leaderahl and
the to da ti Mted
end tttc Jew lab.
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ticular!) important in a rapidly
lewiah community, he
laid that the existing | l.'iship
of the I a \ tew this pro*
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its-, vital to the very growth ami
development of our community.
Ah in Capp. incoming chairman
of the Young Leadership
gram, gave an excellent desvrip-
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was cSMght-op in the a
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M. SHUOON KIDMAN, Ot. STfPHfN LFVINf. A1VIN CAPP AND SHELDON POLISH
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Jewish Leaders Greet
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Hiqh Holy Doy Services
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fart Laudoiriili
Friday. Sap*mbr 6 1974
Jackson, Dinitz To Address
Hadassair* ^National G)iiclave
Sen Henry M. JaHn iD,
Wash and Simrha Din:t Is-
rael's AmtaiMikir to the Cm ted
States will a;*:
plenary of Ha nual national convention -
day Sept v at s 30 p m. at the
Mam..- Hotel in Atlanta.
Ga.. Mrs Emanuel Men:
dent uf the Miami Beach iiai>-
ter of Hadassah. announced.
About 2.500 delegates, rep-
resenting ^5.0m.' embers
throughout th.- l'nite.5 States
and Puerto Rico wit: attend the
!' r day convening. 6e; t > to 11
The theme of the i -ent,.r
be Years o: CktMmgi V.
of Achievement "
founded n. UU Hadaasah is
the largest women's voluntary
organization .n the .\xintr; It is
too the largest Zionist blov in
the world today s.jen* ing more
. $J0 million annually it
:1 welfare ai>! Ian*! redemp-
Mra'Hm an-: arci*
in the United States
Jerusalem"* Mayor
lek will be .-n.r. Ha I
the Her.-f- .
I at the Oonventi
I on Tueaday Last yaw
the honor wa .
(eopie and the fOWfl the
Netherlanis.
The aware, established in 1949.
has u*uail> been conferred upon
uahad :#rs. mail ties such
a, tlie late DbvM Ben-Gurwn.
Harry S Tmman. Eleanor Roose-
velt and the Rothchilds
Ex art
Ijjt. aau poiiUcai affairs win ad-
dress the pienanes and work-
shops. Dr Rashi Kem. Professor
of FX-onouucs of Medicine at
Harvard School of Medicine and
Pool* Health. Ur Jack Karpas
Associate Director Gen.
jtssjr. MedK-a. > >rganizati >n
ir. lsiae.. I L Kenen chairman
An, >rae! PuMk Affairs
Committee and edit the
Nea iayart kaou Morde-
chai '.Uxirjn .easier of Tempie
Gaatf Kacfc, N i

Wtd d.re<.tjr> of vvxational guid-
--x^rch and educa
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Vatican Officials
ROME JTAi I IB .-nbar-
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pucci accu*-i b> Laratli pvlice at baipcal the Fatah tar-
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Qw ^n.1 Mrs .' ur'er
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Gov.'inoi will axtand paat
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Mrs Mentz ::. a"
convention *.tn A I
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Temple Knianii-IJ
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Friday, SepUmim 6. 1974
+ Jf**l*tftrrHt'*r f Greater Pert Lauaerdale
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TempU* Beth Israel To Conduct
Holiday Services In 3 Locations
Regular Friday evening M
Ices i!I be held this week at 8:00
KM in Temple Beth Israel. 7100
>aklmi Park Hlvd.. Sunrise.
aasajsaf will be Kahbi Phillip
A LaWmit/ end Cant>r Maunee
A. N'eu. Batted] morniag lerv-
l^^in at K:45 a.m. with an
it) bet tottowing
Kuh Holldej s.
tlona tl
main lerviet win ho
.1 t: He I laj Inn 'in
A1A at La > BM Blvd. R
I owtta and ("ant"'
i. ate.
OM N
tjM temple and it Ca t
) Ml --W N3M Will If 'ill ''!
/ Ticket! :
I
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and K
I 11
mBfi tlnai la sti
i ::.' ibOUl
., -1. -1 0 1)1 U '
. ii.-i--' i School i laaa
i u IV< di > '1 s r
.... ,.
Group1 is now "'"
r .. a 121
P
ttion.
lor the Senior
VS\ j grades] will
| .'IT <)0 p.m.
I he Jr.
-' idC)
will
12.
i there will be
a ipecial collation prior t" Sell-
DM is wel
ci ii i '. iiik in the
Hi"h Ii" ison.
Uv Sister-
trill g| orator
a : In the
(all.
temple ("lift
Bat
i wle tion ol

(>pen "
'! I'll..'
i i i
The Temple 'redit Union
| ir j W(
.;. with an -'t
Inyan meeta i
i. at
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ictive Men'a
V l I
tion ttee and
all
Liedeker
Educational
Director
Stanley B. Liedeker i.s the new
a'lwini eJaeetor rft Temple
I MMJ-EL Port I.audprdalc. His
i mi Includaa a B.A. fa
Union CoUc In Si henectady,
NY., and a ft degree from
11< In on < 'ollege in New
York. In I Ik n he
foui ul certificate from
nion School ol Fine and
Aits and has rtudied
i piano tor 25 yt
Ai Lied* nter-
. mi is Sen
i 'hing an ittali hia
M.A ok hit fa ii poaitJon
in \'.iir i Del., where he
not oi rilled ad
' .. -.i with otl
.md me community
ther
i.
ed to the R
I i Temple in West Haiti
... ana remain) i then until
A \, lent ol the Nation-
al Aa iciali 'ii '>i Tenipie Edu i
Liedeker hai been a manv
of the executive board for
to r yam.
He and Ma wife, Janet, and
ih. have
i [arael both
ind aa residents, Mr.
Lii leker'i at li pho-
ikiing, Bailing and
Goodrum And Welkner Appointed
United Way Sectum Chairmen
Ft. La banker fianiel
s GaodrXiO) and I'oiifiano'Beaeh
buaineaaman l> have been ap|>oinu>d section
an ol tha Wfc united
Waj Harold Walker.
,m. announced.
Goodrum, preaident ol Brow*
ani Bai Inc and Brow-
ard National Bank, will head the
banking section and Welkner,
i ol Tei i j Ford in
pi mpan > i lireet the
ootive deeiei i ampa
A n itive of < Seoi trie G odrum
well known nker
lies
Margate Jewish Center's
Activities Are Announced
Afti
at
e to
H i. Sun lay, a
Si-Y ei Torah pat',
being it the Centei
and Its
Hates an m\ Ited, Prominent
rabbia and community leadera
Will |'a l '
rated by the Men's. Club and by
r ritual
fashion '. ill be m
tion.
Malaise9 Under I\:i3>l>inic Fire
YIT7MAK R\BI
:.eu- vcr.K
1 3ae! Milir: <'
C'.injaaatuLe-ji 1'"
ir-^iflfcriSan Jew
7,mb. naw li
.i:.sfaclr n tarn Ameiu-a'--. Mideast
lc
AiTdres^tnr apt
Rahhi Mater said that he
feelings "f '"malalae" and in-
feainata W* S : -v '" the
M.!ea-t .'serially about
w i) ii baa <- itevi dnce
beginning of this month.
CITING Till: HM "f Ine form
igeme.it" m President
Pord'i end KJn| Husaela i com-
,. mique whk h 1rornsse | early
a.ti mi towanj M
tween I*rftol ..nd Jordan. Ra-bl
Miller smd .t was the wmni;
w-jrd to use.
h akao screened anxiety
about about the manner in which
H uaeti nd Egyptian Foreign
bfinlatsa larnall rabnu were re-
ceived in Washington There
were (attentions that the I'.S.
21'h Yfjr
WALLPAPER
BROWARD
PAINT
AND WALLPAPER CO
?l? N Andfem Ayr
Phon \J1 0*.">
We do
business the
right way.
OAK
TOYOTA
nd. no

mi Arab
want ieyon i
I p."
RABBI MILIJEII i*
thai taxea K i
i is .. i is itate-
- that the U.S
irthe te-1 In the Ml > ml
until talk- have bean held with
aa tor the an i
But Ral i i Miller did not e\-
atton in the future in
winch hn orraiuzatlon would
have to undertake a campaign
a east.
But, Rabbi Miller arnphaabted,
the Preal tents nee ha*
n<>t noticed any shift ifl US
policy" m regard t.> laraal and
any campaign at this time
againal U S, i>Uc.. la the Mid-
taat "mlgbt not be merited and
even harmful."
The only dlfferenrea with Kis
Blnajer, he said, is that we do
not accept in.- aaaumption that
war will be catastrophic for Is-
There are no differences on
actions that have hecn taken up
to date.''
B kkkint. to teaaona of
the Cyprua criata and Its IrnpUca*
tlona for Israel. Ratbi Miller
pointed OUl that events in the
war torn island have shown the
Impotence of the in .uvi the
fact that "the U.S. is not omnip-
otent"
"It caueea us concern." he
said, pointing out that the mye
Uque o| Kiss-n^er has worn off
and that the nation with military
powai i raaanta nets as Tur
key has none and the wcraj
accept! it.
The lesson of Cyprus is thai
the VS. has to strengthen Israel
militarily, economleally and oUp>
iomatirally. Kabbi Miller said
He a.-ii e\p on, ei n over
the massive supply ot Soviet
arms to Syria,
>\ Tin: laaue of Soviet Jewry
emigration. Rabbi Miller re:',r-
alasj thai 'substantial progress"
tieen achieved Although he
oeclinol to give ) taiLs on the
. ie la di- i be
aieer and Senators
"I Jackson I>. U .
it) K Javits 'R.. N.Y I
Abraham Rib^vlf iLX. C*nn..
thai h "I
aiona are centei
efinll
ai i on what happens '
. in tne Soviet Union aft.-i t
r exist
"We told them we are in-
-ted In fiee emigratl
said. i ting
. n the Presidents I onferen
in the uacuseions condui
b) tha Senat
'The only restriction on emi-1
gration that we accept is for
irity reasons.' which also
1 I !>- defined," he said.
Brim's Richer,
Decaffeinated
(rt-t ready for the holidays by
Stocking up on dehciously rich
Brim the decaffeinated coffee
that's u full Of I regular
Coffee. Brim's the one that s
11. he: In choice Colombian beans
- bound to taste better.
Smart h nates ess larve Brirn a^t
holiday dinners, when guests s'top
in and all through the year. And
they know their friends and fam-
ilies can enjoy Brim cup after
cup. without worrying alxmt los-
ing sleep, because it's 97 per cent
caffein-free.
Now you can get Brim in a
special grind for electric pares
S we.: aj in tegular and drip
gim.l. And, of course, freeze-;
dried Instant Bum's just the,
thing for a quick pick-up any-
i. at all.
II yon haven t triad Bum yet.
make a New Year resolution
you'll find easy to keep serve
Brim ad year round tor a taste
oI real goodness
Temple Sholom Hosts Brunch
For Prospective Members
Temple Shown of Pompano
Beach will host a hrunch for pro-
spective members Sunday, at 11
am All residents of the com-
munity who are interested in
possible affiliation with the
temple are cordially invited to
Ittend and become acquainted.
Morns Skop, Cantor
Jacob Ressner and other officers
.a Temple Sholom a conserva-
it;on located at
ME Hth Avenue. Pomoano
,,-h, will be present to greet
eats There will be no charge.
Daniel Goodrum Donald Welkntr
ial Sysh
of Pa He is a
itioi
Ft. La

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?jtw *-~~+*!L
Pridrry. Sept*^.
ir?{
Rumbling of War
WE MAY not want to hear them but the rumblings of
wm in the Middle East hove not abated. It anything, they
seem to have grown louder during the past few day*
Israel's practice mobthxatioc is not the issue. We :e.et
to events etsswherw.
ITEM: An Egyptian delegate at the Unitec Nations
called Israel a "cancel m the Mideast" aur.ng a ^er^e
the other day of the UN Subcommissicn on Prevention of
Discnmination and Protection of Mir.o:.
ITEM: m the wake of the Cypnot war. there is a
sharp recrudescence oi anti-Semrbc and anti-Israel fee
in Greece. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports 'ion
I/^Kk" felt the Greek daily. 'Aihenaiici. blames Greece s
humiliation on the Gennan Jew Kissinger and has editor-
ialised that "We no longer want to be the sole means J*
survival' for any more Israels.
ITEM: On Miami Beech, for his part Dr. Kissmge:
told an American Legion convention last week that For
the Arabs there can be no peace without a recovery of
territory and the redress c: grievances of a displaced
people."
%
Other Events Also Ominous
THE MIAMI Beach item is partjcalarry significant since
:t lends conviction to the growing fears that the new Ford
administration is prepared to squeeze more temonal coo-
cessions out of the Israelis before too long and with no
certainty at ail that concessions or no concessions. Israel
can finally hope for Arab recognition of her sovereignty.
As if this were not enough, two other events occurred
in rapid order:
1' Egypt fiiec a SAM" missile at an Israeli fighter
along the disengagement line, but according to the dis-
engagement agreement of last January, Egypt is forbidden
to have missiles on the eaax bank of the Suez Canal;
2 The Sta:e Department is mum on reports that the
Arabs have offered Portugal 5400 million to deny landing
rights to US. military aircraft on the Asores.
ALL OF which adds up to an sicieawingly restive Mid-
dle East pertxrulariy on the eve of lee High Holy Days.
The Arabs, principally Egypt, count themselves vic-
tors in the Yam K-.ppur War of 1973, and ft is not too far
fetched to wonder whether they plan to pull off a second
surprise attack on the anniversary of their first
It ? ft
Facing Problem Realistically
NONE OF this, however, should dastsact our uttention
from the fact that Israel, at least thinking positively a*
she goes about preparing fox the Geneva peace confer-
ence, where the ftuestunon gusenpa wik loosn as probably
the ssost risMtriih ptobiem to settle in any negotiations
there.
Understood in these terms, it is important to observe
that Prune Minister Rabin's government has reversed the
attitude of its predecessors and has recognised that there
is such a thing om a Palestinian entity
IT B fruitless to argue over whether there was such a
thing as Palestinian Arab nationalism before 1948. The
creation of Israel has given an anpetas to this nationalism.
JUST COMPARE the situation on the West Bank and
the Gasa Strip since 1987, where Arabs have been able
to improve their economic conditions, to the status quo
ante, when Egypt and Jordan for political reasons kept the
majority of Palestinians confined to refugee camps.
So it should not be forgotten that when Arab nations
talk about the rights of the Palestinians, it is they who
are most guilty of denying them these rights.
STILL. AS we have already editorialised, there is a
debate going on in Israel for perhaps the first time with
a realistic eye on doing something about the Palestinian
problem Whether the problem is real or phony, it won't
go away, and Israel now seems prepared to deai with rt.
The only question is whethsr the Arabs are also in-
terested m a solutionor just a propaganda debate.
A Tireless \\ orker Passes
MIAMI BEACH lo -rider Cari Fisher onre said th
bui!' Miam Beach wuh my money lo*M bid you I
it with your sp
He was taucng cbut Mrs. Rose Weiss who die
age 88 the other week. The community toum her.
ALMOST FROM the begin: moved here
from Brooklyn in 1920, Mrs. Weiss at active part in
rr.i Beach affairs.
Pot 39 years she attended every CVy COMKfl rr.eet-
znd was known a : Reeled eighth coanc
Bee; bar the "mc
of M.ami 3eac my of them sought her advice.
It was not in her nature to rest on her laurels -
her sons and daughters carved out successful niches of
ere as .eaders
UNTIL SHE retired, she was actively engaged in a
variety of Jewish and ger.--ro'. civic and philanthropic or-
ganizations and programs in addition to her poLticlcng
in the best sense of the word.
Now she is gone, and s-.e wii! be missed
Art Center Is Being Revitalized
\M sLL jar .* heart* of 9*''
at. a ngnui hi* flsltivated
taste
AxsoM Lehi:
. ofSre t the
Di tad
out the future
TH MM
fgt \ Kei
\.u v rh He I ''
and MA ai
art hi-- TV ft
Mindlin
In his pan* |ifct:me
only just re-e,
Lehman served
as exerjtK. \, ;"%
**., Cuncii <>f N*v 1 *
sEE "
Before that, he A ,. ..
Of the Met op, ..,,
entury art
Mr. TU..IIT
.Vortermsm li \
n and also le
liege and Yale
a ithor o( numennii ,_ e, ^
art show catalogue*.
much fa
ahie CTedsnuala
QBSSOasi Ttien a .
leave New York, a
Ifttj and ban*- .
art* are so conumr
what our liscai e\;- .
contrary?
Ariawe: K,x sag | .^ r>
I eh man is r*t ne
Lived here tu, a
tu* para
Sidney Lehman. ,
HarUx Island Spa n
"l was visiting

he recall*, si
lean, who was a t
\
i >w rw lent "
That was Breast
-r was sear. I i
L.-eryone i-a;r.-. a very
twack pfcttuie of Dr.
Lehman confesses
And well the.
Tiir oij> Ml
V. wrn Art "ff !'
\anl f.udrl t*v a .* I
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Vice Pies. Jokes Need Changing
By WAX I.KRNUt
Lea Asxeles Ttaafo S> ndicat*
MEW YORK CR1 We
have to change ali trie a
abtsut Vic* PreaaienU is atphfl
A Vase Hresalent todS) %hnukl
not be just an aftertri"U|{ht >m
a hastii) contrive.! BcM He is
a standby in a tuna of tu
anl the unexpected.
.Note that in the
starting with Harry I in
l*>to. four Vice I'
eil the Presidency by leath
tTninvan and J >luvm by later
election (Nixon i. b> re-igtMition
I Potato.
mamem ronn
of Neisnn Rockefeller itrtkei
t Americans us a w*i "ne
the ni;tit Vice Presl I' in .i
time Yet the
nd to be t
that will a I

with U'lritf fi;- \S ;
Churchill K^n; ad \
a re restive at
that HSJ : It
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of

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man's w.wth :i-> elsewhere in
personsli! iar
scter
IT In | laah la *i by
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l>wi(ht nefiN)wer were, but
:..ii*ii tentsnad b>
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.-^. Basil faa PrSJSl lent r
that he felt rant] I not
threatened u> the RaslaMiM
nxM
> >n hi* ti\>.r>-e This c->;nt
for less now than :n the past.
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Bett] i> i ee arvl ti)
m In Martha Graham's company,
itie Preai Writ n 'ttier was alao
eced wfen he \nx a young
We have i tail an 1
wr-e
tial
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the
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HOME UIUAI." tOS
other han.1. fee! thai '><*
JTarh measure on dr tfendert
was a detiberat "*
himself psiataba* I
Uves
My a niaierate on SOSM
ias un New Yorh '*'
a little left *
a little right
Tnu is n-FW trie !
PWd. also, a*
f,.t an .-arne-1 :ee' tt
ciety for draft MM
with hH refusal IS pOSi
wage controls Rockefe *
over.age>- in hH "
Watergate, but
> his influx I H
aaaajaajtanal to Inks
iii.rtant (aTaaddanttsJ
than at.. ...
H i. it I! .
hu ran^e of **
serve as a sluae thr
new iik-n and sht
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NaeseM
Volume 3 Number 18
September 6. \Ti


Friday. September b\ 1974
* Jreetfc* fhrkflnr Geeeeler Fort LcroderdaW
Page 5

Rahin Forestalls Rocky Friend o f Jewish Ca uses
Any Further TaJk
Of Disengagement
By OIL SKDAN
JERUSALEM
Premier Yitzhak Rabin has mad*
it clear her* t*>at the theme of
his visit next mrnth to Washing
ton will be "nc more disengage
ment aj.reemerts '
Speaking some 2.000 Nahal
memberc. Rabin deelared:
The Cisengagement agree-
ments between Israel. Kgypt ami
Syria have bern signed, and
there are no more disengagement
agreements. The next stage is
|MM toward significant peace
agreements "
AT THE same time. Kabin did
Dot r ill out the possii ol
war. If we have do go ID war.
one should know that we do so
OTflj le a ie our jieai-etul mti n-
1n n were no met by our nei
bora." he sakl.
'i"he Premier no'ed that the
rab U-aders talk atmut in
visib ibn ed la no! the
same kind of peace Israel is will-
ing to accept
RaMn'a speech w is Interpret-
, | ,.e to
tel is
'in Amert< an
Jordanian effort- for diei.-
i .'rit tn k- !< en
Jordan ;>n overall
enl oi to
- w.th
! >:: n i Syria
Sei rtfa : Si ite Hei V
'p.dYr ft I ?! conference with
~~- :. n
t ed date.
Rj e I
- Israel
t go to
Washington first.
MaanVI iii aaaatMBMt In Bai
pn*t that slie was or a
aarOaJ sett .men' m i
I it ths did not mean,
ki' sed here that ..
ere* for
iwal.
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Officials in Jerusalem also ex-
pressed reservatiins over the way
Washington announced the date
of Rabin's visit to the U.S.
However, it was said here.
since Ford wants to see Rabin
fh September, the Premier will
probably go there at that time.
Syrian Foreign Minister Ab-
dul Halim Kadam was due in
Washmrop last week
POLITICAL ANALYSTS in Is
rael explained 'hat Kissinger
seems to te in a hurry to del
with the Middle Fast, despite the
current Cyprus crisis.
Kantbtger feels, according to
some analysts, that the situation
in the area Is deteriorating and
the NM way to stahilire the
(>i. sent nuiet is to accelerate the
rate of meetings between Mid-
gjt leadera and himself
The Cyprus crisis ami Ford'l
natural Interest in quk k -
cesses is also interpreted as fac-
tors In Kissingers wish to speed
up the Mideast disengagement
talks
It ,< therefore believed here
that Rat.in will tell the new Ad-
mtntstratioa that talks with
-> J i pn e.le talks M
atry progress in
nth i .. i
change the atmosphere betWi
..in.
IN UMMIION, continued ne
i :; Egypt aill p
Iff! .
Ke palestlru ma H wMl also
- : UlH Bg tlie La
Part general
re. i ern-
Iti Ida n g.\ -
:mf i\i part ot Jiniea or Sam/.
,<*aders. aoweter,
are Mg t.. wait until Rabin
poes to Washington to e.
Itiey aake
a' Pfineaael >e;.>n "n the
lanian a
i m which Ford and K
agreed t" asoi k toe
i di -'. i
tions.
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The
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Continued from Page 1
hi> nomination.
Qlf Senate- ami 11.
m st approve Ford's nomination
of Rockefeller.
Rockefelfer lid not respond to
a OjaaetBM as to whether he had
discussed h.s nomination with
Secretary ot State Henry A. Kis-
singei wndely conaiderc : to be a
political protege of the Wi-year-
old former governor.
Kissinger anal for a long time
an ad\Lsor on foreign affairs to
Rockefeller, and since Fords
first act on becoming President
was to announce that Kissinger
would remain as Secretary of
State, it is assumed that Ford
and Rockefeller are in full agree-
ment on US. foreign policy.
THIS WOl Ll> mean. ober\
er> noted, that Rockefeller can
N axpacted to suptntrt fully the
Adrninistration'a policy in ne-
gotiating a [eace settlement in
the Middle Kast on the lines cur-
rently being imrsiied by Kis-
singer and Ford.
However Rockefe'ler jminted
0 :t to newsmen that his role U
'.I. c Pit'silent depends entirely
on the President
Fa) the IS years he WM gnv-
; Nee York prior to ins
Actor Burr
Due for Stay
lu Israel
JTAl fl
TV' atai in L rael;
1 lymond Bu r
. i in It*
~. ,i- .; ..nor at
1st ael Film F< t.\al ,
it Safed S |
Ministry .i
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resignation in December. 197.1,
Rockefeller received a great deal
if viiiii-.it m his election bids
from the Jewish community.
He was a strong supporter of
Jewish causes in New York ami
throughout tiie nation and a firm
defender of Israel.
HE WAS a long-time support-
er of the United Jewish Appeal
campaign in New York and was
founder and first chairman of
the Non-Sectarian Community
Committee for the UJA in 194B-
47.
He assumed chairmanship of
committee again in 1958. He said
of the committee's wwk at one
time that it "demonstrated our
conviction that all clvilired men
shared the duty of redressing the
outrage committed against th<
Jewish people."
At the end of World War IT
Rockefeller wai active in helping
to relocate those in DP camps in
Europe and MppurUng the es-
tat iisliment of the State of Is-
ra, ,.
ins siTPOkr for the Jewriati
State h;i- continued, and he *il
ited Israel several timc< the
latest in the af 1972
11 iring the Six Day War,
kefeller id that the
I S "must Support whatever
til i. v naoaaaarj '" maintain the
Integi it., ol Israel to restore
peace and to retnove the long
testi i Ing eonditiona of con1
that torment the Middle Ka In a speech on Israel's ^Oth an-
niveraao '" UtB, R noted that "it is well to recall
that during thta SO-year peatod
almost a million-and-a-half down-
trodden people have found a
haven and a none in Israel made
up ol sui viv ors of the Hokx-aust
and victims of oppression in
many countries of the world."
HE SAI!> this was "the larger
and finest example of humani-
tarian rescue in the history of
mankind "
Noting that the t .S. was the
first country to iTtrtgnlfft Israel
as a State. Rockefeller said it
continues its interest in the
grouth and development of Is-
rael as the onlj true example of
dernocraey in the Middle l-iast."
RiH-kefeiier also stressed at
the time that peace in the Mid-
east still hinges on the accep-
tance of realities. ( 'nee Israel is
i. epted as a fact of life .
then permanent peace can come
. and that day when Israel's
nationhood will be recognized by
its neighbors must come as soon
as |possit>le the I'nited States
should iio everv thing in its pow-
er to advance that objective."
SPEAKING TO the America-
Israel ("hamber ot ('ommeree m
M;iy 1673. Rockefeller paid trib-
ut | to Israel's triumph and
courage ovi/r Incredible ob-
stacles.' addfog "We are all
deeply and understandably im-
aaad ftj the courage of Israeli
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Friday.
*. 1974
Young Leadersliip Group Makes Plans For 74^75
Continued from Page 1-
tin >>f what Federation h and
the specific goals of the Young
Leadership Gaoup. He outlined
the 197374 program, which in-
cluded eight
toad: We *re One Guest
paa hard O nuo
ciate editor International Edition
Newsweek Magazine.
Int. rnalioiial Political
Beaaa: l > laraes, Ku**Ja
(; ,- Richard Cohan.
xecutiva director, Na
tional A erican Jewieh Cob-
great
Na* \pproaehei in Jewish
MneaHaa Guam ipaaker Abra-
ham Gftteteon tsaociatiate direc-
t, r, Central Agency Jewtth Edu-
cation. Miami
Nei* Approaches to Judaism
Guest i ita Rabbi Philip
Labowitz, Temple Beth Israel.
Rabbi Arthur Abrams. Temple
anu-EL
Film: Mafraaflg of {ioUia
Meat In on witb Hol-
lywood Young LeaderahJp Group.
Forced in FuryGroup dis-
on.
The HolocauM G MMl
speaker Gerda Kleir. : of
the Death Ma
M. AND mm JUOMl B1A/M
Brumlcis Vtoiiien
To Kohl Coffee
On Wednesday
Bra: :I N. '
Womei it l.au.1-
< la k ;
will hold a offee b
I
12 3 n the So ithern Fed-
eral Savingi and Loan, 225 N.
Federa Hwj I ich.
Prank Kravi tx i- study
' Mrs. Nor-
man Hei !ina-
V r.
A numbc groupa are
already in aoasion Monday, at 8
I n in the hoi e of Linda Ani-
man. 1761 SW ST>t li Ave Planta-
tion, the muaic history and ap-
; raciatkMi croup led by Judith
Buhler will Haydn
Sarah Leitman has scheduled a
tail to wa( :tt> Lo-
gan Tuesday at 1:00 p i at 707
Nl 21 th a. Ft La

N ICU8-
The : st
P
ed
The

Jewish Singles Members'
Enqaqement Announced
rt, to Irving
enl turn.
Ill ,f
Ten
data i-
I the
It v Jtv ish -
gles organization Mil
and Mr. Rosenbaurr
marriage match for the
singles group.
timing IMnner Meeting
ai.d evaluation.
Mr. Carip spoke about plans
for the yeai arid pointed
t*n inre the potential group
M ithii led in Young
Leadership training was growing
Ml. AND mm. ALVIH CAff
B> RXBBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Copyr gft Jew.th Te'egraphic Agency
Why is it that in Ihe cere-
mony which greets the new
moon it is customary for
ench of the people ta refer
to their fellow worshipper
and bid him peace by say-
ing "Shalom Aleichera?"
Some claim (Maharil) th
because when one beholds the
new moon one beholds the pies
ence of God At such a happy
meeting people bid each other
"peace."' or more accurately
with each other that the glory of
11 t on ea< h other.
Actuary, the word "Shalom"
whiih is uuallj tran-1
"peaci" h.i] pi -.- to repreaenl
one of the names of the Al-
mighty. When we use it in a con
text of 'Shalom A'.eichem"
tantamo ml to saying "May Cod
1 with fOU If the presence of
God ppean with the nrival of
the new moon. :t (a most fitting
to wish each other that His [
ence shine over each and every
one.
A -econd reason is offered h\
other sourr-- saying that the
shipper to another is used be-
cause it follows a quotation fro n
the Bible which has just been
recited asking that the fright
and tremor of punishment be felt
by the evil nations. This ha-
Dean followed by the bidding of
peace o th .* ach worshippei
tumi to hii neighbor saying In
th curse i
to you I wish
\ third I lunation
b> ; i claim
p
nished b
I there i naad lor the
SUB to be illuo nee th
mo. ,| enough light
wit sun 1h ,
wen- originally of equal i
ance Thi- ut hare
W '' en the moon
ad t] Phus I was
I'tmi bed by run radiance
reduced. .
' I new
mo. (ha |
r peace and
May hoping that they will
aval eajM to such a d.sparit\
rapidly, that plans were l*ing
made to run two or more I
current Young Leadership pro-
grams for the coming year.
Mr Cnw int:odii<-ed T>r Ste-
phen Levtoe and Dr. SheUlon
Feldnian. chairman and COChelr-
man of one of the and
Sheldon Polish who will serve as
an man.
Mrs Cheryl Levtoe, a chair-
man of this year's Young Leader-
ship Program, introduced Rabbi
Harold Richter. who is MH lag H
Jewish Chaplain of Broward
mty, a program of the Fed-
eration; he let! the group in the
suiting of Israeli. Yiddish and
C'hasidie songs
Many of the couples new to the
area had the opportunity aftei
the program to further enlighten
th. aboul the Federation
and Jewish community
o*. and mm. stivi* mm. ** *Am umuck
. 1*73-74 Tmm Uae'crsbif Prafraw Cbairmaa
Fort Lauderdale Hadatwah ChapterNo* Has Croups
Preel k nl Mrs Jacob !><>ran/
ad avai the Aral I
meeting <>f the For! i-auderdaie
i .. tei ol Hadaaaah hal I at the
: Mrs Samuel MarkelL
orted a verj buaj sum-
me: organising tin four new
. i in the Fort Lauderdale
o* Hadaaaah which
brtogi Its total to eight
Nw groupa Include Avlva
C'akland F^tates l"<.ndominiums,
Mrs William Zmdler. president;
Haverim Evening group for
all women in the Fort Lauder-
a area. Mrs Gerald t':tler.
ident; L'Chayim LaudCT-
dale West area Mi- Milton M
goliua, president and Shoah
S Condominium area.
Mn
Dorara will head th<
tlon to tl
ti< na! Hadaaaah
which will te held nl the M
nott M '' ^
Detagan v '
Al rama, vice ; residenl
Mrs !'.' ard 1 hap-
I
Mn Han
Ilai a Groui rnard I
en- I
Mrs Matthew New u
.lent. Tamai
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a,-ksrfi < ne f the outstgaaf>
a H ii>. hade a Ha-
j ah Israel Fah*on Shnur. de-
s. an.1 ma.ie ly the st xlenta
ksah t'nmtrehensJ\e
9 t>,l SeligAlvig Rran-
.salem.
hei leturn. Mrs I anz
..vi the floatda Ret n
Hadaaaah boani meeting t
toni Airj at 10 am The .
, tents of the groin* i
the Furl l-auilental* O-aj ter
i Hadaaaah are atv> :- -e-
agkaent M
Maxwell Wetabatg will praaade.
A Popular Spol For Sightseers
Vacationers and fun -eekers
looking for i inattng time
be it a weekei or a
week long Bdventun d i
well to ''") '
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hour's flight fr.-.-ii Florida or a
leisure!) ia> long
Well-stoi
attention along Ray Street The
ten
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beckon I
S see is 'he oldest
church au
St Hatthewi aboul a
mile ea.>t of the center of town
Co- in 1802 the building
boa^u the oldest of docks lx>ng
ago this time keeper WSJ I.
as the t kc. p
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grant to k.--p .t- pendulum DM i
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a pomilar pastime, and new ei a
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Friday. S*psabei 6. 1974
vlresf*/? fhrHkui Greater Fort ImtmMt
Page 7
MI. AM MtS. miMG I Cf ISSff. Ml. AND MtS. SNCIOOM POUSH, 0. 4ND MIS. SNCtOOM FEIDM4N
Off. 4*0 MIS JOMir SfG4Ul. M. / VO MIS. DANfU ZHMAN
Ckaj Group Sets Sept 1*) Coffee
The Mist aaasHkaj ol the 1974-
1975 Mason of Chi
:a<-.ll, a. M hi
I 1H at Li in the
-fin Federal i
Federal Hwy Pomt i
Irv*in Stern.
n The I!.,
in Atlanta, t;. Stpt
I
will aw
seminar re-
II i i
be
Sen mem-
i i itei
i curd-
ing Ml i
. I '
Ties to Europe Need
Strengthening. MK's Told
JERl/SAt EM
told seren Irra- I '
effort tfl
Bo Mid '
tr-nt Ai,<>n -i 4 .
th Foreign M
Europe.
FINANCE MIMS1T.R Yen emmar
l! I fh< i:.*i. .1- I P '" ''' '" ;h!s
year tome IL 1 5 billion
: eau%d an the ami aiibilitlei
of bnrl,:r.ie the gi r' a,Ml "nP,,rt
with Europe.
Bank of Israel Go< rnoi M< I '"r ""
inj depend.-nov >f Tht
<.*o ? >s v*;': m with P Rbin. Defc"**
Wini-trr Shimon Peres nd lhl,( SWn
. Week's Events At
Temple Knianii-KI
Are Announce*!
pie Emanu-EI's executive
11 ard of director! wu to ir*
on Thursday at the home ol Irv
Pine with the general i oard
meeting iel for Thursday, Sept
it the temple.
ool for I and 5
year oldi begins Monday Anyone
in inlty who has toy
in i million, chain I
pots nd pane
i lothes, washable stuffed am-
mai-. 11 oka, recordi and
la asked to call Edith
K..: Ian oi Linda Green,
erhood will hi
eetii i lum neon at the
temple laj st 11 >*> a m Fi i
Leder.
Hel a St ho begins i n
mi' : matioa
the Senior Youth Si
- Committee ail] meet
at 8:00 | lay.
will eld at 11 00 ; n Sat ir-
re
..i
rhis brea
. ex
the 1 I
Si
that
lly for
Friends in Uv community an
illy Invite
The Slab will pro\
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Ftr those of you who hesitate to use yeast, h^re is a very
sin pit bvl tastv and attractive iweetroll. (You do have to refrig-
eiate the dough overnight I
SIMPIE YEAST ROM-
2 (up^ flour
'* tap. salt
1 tblap sugar
1 st.ck margarine
l pkp drj yeast
4 cup lukewarai water
1 beaten egg
1 12-oz. on almond pastry
filling or lekvar
Mil together flour, salt and aufar. Cut in margarine with
two knives until mixture re-emhles sand Add yeast to water.
Then add yeast mixture and 8(1 l" four mixture Mix and knead
a few seconds Put it hack in the mixing bowl, cover with a
dish towel and place in refrigerator overnight The next day.
divide dough in half Roll each piece into I large, thin rectangle.
Spread one half of the tilling near one "lid lengthwise, pinch
endl in and roll like a jell) roll Flatten with your hands. Put
in a lightl] greased pan. rolled side down. Form into a crescent
shape Cover and let rise in a warm place for about one hour.
Rake at 375 for about 30 minutes While it i| warm, frost it.
Decorate with blanched almonds,
FROSTING FOR YEAST ROM.
\ nip margarine (melted) If tsp brandy extract
l'i cups confectioner*! sugar Few drops of water
Mix all above together Ad 1 ju-t enough water to make icing
spr'-adablc.
Now that school vacation is here, with children around the
house during the day. you may be looking for something differ-
ent to prepaie for them for lunch or for a light supper Here Is
something with special appeal for kids, although I've found that
adults like it too Serve with a citrus fruit -alad. cole slaw and
Some cookies and ice cream for dessert.
CHEESY MANICOTT1
anicotti
1 lb. ci Itage cheese
CI'
}; slices American cheese
2 lar
2 rints of spaghetti sauce
6 slices whole American cheese
i manicotti n je directions Coo!
until i C 1 lb. COttagi se, H slues grated
ican cheese Snd Stuff manicotti with tins mixture.
Create a B i 13 inch i Put one half of the sauce into the pan.
tti in t leyr Pout rest of sauce
es of cheese. Bake at 400 degrees for
30 minutes. Serves 5 6.


ft It's that ho: weather season again when a cool, refreshing
rial meals My mother-in law has a
easy-to make summertime recipe which she has
: ed to share with you. And since i( Involves spinach, we can
>od for von too.
SPIN \( II BORSC'IIT
1 lO-o/ pkg frozen
chopped spinach
3 sea >ud st<
5 Si" i ster
"s tblsp s.il'
2 pes of s(.in salt
Su. ar
S uir irram nish)
int i smali pieces Vdd spinach and scalliona to
I toil for 10 minutes. Ad
When it i ib Garnish
. to servi K.-. ,
'
ok-it todaj and put it iwaj for-
j type ol dishei times when you re-
busj da) and don't start from scratch.
e use of beer, for an unusual flavot
BEEF STEW WITH BEER
2 lbs h ick, cut in
1 inch u
4 ilsps oil
. m onion- -
2 tl paste
l can beer 12 oss )
l tblsp. parole) flakes
l b..' i af
' i tsp th i
'_ (i beans,
ned
d moat in a paper bag "iJ shake Rrown the
in oil Put ; II the ingredients in a pot and
to a fast boil, then simmer for 24 hours serves 4.
s.


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Patjc 8
Jeist>ntr*m*i
Friday. Smptmmbm 6. 1974
How German F uncIs are Used
c
By SAUL MANN
London Chronicle Syndicate
It is now ten years since the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany estab-
lished the Memorial Foundation
lor Jewish Culture.
Since the Foundation's mones
stemmed from the global resti-
tution payments made to the
Claim.* Conference by the West
German Government, it was
right and proper that the founda-
tion fathers declare that its al-
locations should "0 principally
for the needs of Nazi victims."
TWEY ADDED a rider, how-
ever. Since Jewish institutions of
higher leai nlm; which the Nazis
bad destroyed had supplied world
Jewry with rabbis, scholars,
teachers and communal officers
and thus Jewish culture and edu-
cate-n were victims of Nazi per-
tii'n. "the Foun OWUfed to grant allocations
In Jewish cultural and educa-
tional pirposes. the beneficiaries
( which may not necessarily be
Nazi victims."
Ten years later, the major
beneficiaries are no longer Na/i
lrthougti aspects of their
historv do feature largely in the
research and lujbik-atiotis WBI
< r paitiallj i in :< d by the
' on and which this year
wil] aeeount for almost half of
i nti M million jKiund ap-
1 rovad i Kpenditura.
ISSUE ARK. IHI U thill.
i ties v thai the
tecs have allowed thernsetvea
t U bj their basic
notions
;ere.
for e$ar ant to Tel
Aviv i study if

in ngland I
movement?
Does the wealthy South Afri-
can community have a call on
Foundation funds for a socio-
demographic study of itaaU or
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica for $15,000 towards an in-
vestigation of the synagogue in
changing urban America1
SINCE THE Foundation in-
sists on meeting in private for
the allocation of public funds, it
is impossible to establish the
modes by which the allocations
are made.
Its membership consists of 23
organizations which were mem-
bers of the Claims Conference
plus 24 others admitted on the
vote of the board of directors.
All of them pay $1,000 a yea*
for the privilege of having a say
in the allocations which fre-
quently are made to bodies in
which they themselves have a
direct interest.
At the most recent meeting of
the Foundation in Geneva. Rabbi
Arthur Hertzberg. the president
ol the American Jewish ("on
areas, is understood to have ;
td the establishment of an al-
locations' board indej>endent of
the directorate but he was voted
A wn.
AN ARi.lMKNT produced l>>
its opponents was that nowhere
nun bei ol ; at tonalities
le found who ware sufficiently
disinterested.
An inevitable ooneequenca of
th* private sharing, of the spoils
is that arranirements" are made
between niemliers with voting
rights to trade support for their
own :. a, to tueir
< ; '.-.' have
B I tl are are othei
Israel Declared
'Cancer During Hot
Debate at Oations
MS (JTAl
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to "
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yrian
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i not granted i an-
swer.
said
Syria, now numbering about
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WEDDING, BAR-MITZVAH
AND COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
done at reasonable prices
Contact: Saul Rosen at
966-5785
among the Orthodox religious
groups, who vote automatically
with each other on proposed al-
locations, regardless of the mer-
its.
There is no question that, in
some areas, the Foundation1* al-
locations have been of inesti-
mable benefit in advancing
Jewish culture. Jewish studies
..rofrrams in British universities
owe much to Foundation help
University College has received
more than F.L68.000 Oxford has
picked up Kl .25.000. Warwick
EL7.875 and Glasgow KL4.B30.
IT IS much more difficult to
assess the efficacy of Founda-
tion assistance at grassroots
level where allocations are
made to institutions for UN
training of rabbis, teachers and
youth and community leaders.
The bare facts made available
even to th Foundation'i truataas
do not establish just how many
, : any of these have l duced by the Gateshead Yeahlva
(which has received a total of
! L13.4G0) or the Institute "I
limner Rabbinic Studies, also in
Gataahead, which has been ai
1,700.
Institutli 'tin bavi
o-i n total "f bast ovar
KL59.000 for their training
grams The) include Jews' I
lege, EL10.000; Leo Bai
1 10300; Judith. Lad) Monte-
flore El 9 K) Asaoeiat i n I
Jewish To itl El -' 'he Can.
ter for Advanced Ftabbin* s,
EL1.SO0 and the i i
ire. ELI
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in whethei the :
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Pig Skin Gets OK
For Surgical Grafts
jti&rtfTEk TiTA) Israeli rabbis have approved the
use of dried pig skin in grafts for person, who *""""
evere burns The relatively new method, developed in the
Untied States, h.s been used succassfollv on Israeli soldiers
badlv burned during the Yom Kippar War
The rabbu who were consulted said the method was accept-
able because it involved "pikuah netesh" the principle that
relirious law may be violated to ssve a human life.
LARGE Ql ANTITIW of pig skin dried by s special proeese
that permits storage, have been sent to Israel from the
ince the war last October A report on Ma use will be presented
at the fifth international congress of the TTaasplaat Society to
be held here soon
Prof Nahuni Ben Hur of Shaare Zedek Hospital, one of the
expert- who introduced the geajeaj to Israel, told a press coo-
ferencs t*-at pig skin proved to be '.he best skin graft About 10
percent of Israels war wounded suffered from bums aeceautal
ing skin grafts.
Doomed Bulgarian
Is Suddenly Freed
JKRISAI.KM JTA> D
Heinnch Spatter, the Bulgarian
Jewish aoanomtat, who arrived in
Israe suddenly, sail this he did not Know

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September 6. 1974
+Jvnitfrkrrf+r of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9-
New Director Revitalizes the Art Center
foidiaued from Pare 4
pre Interested In the exhib-
The Bas* Muse .
Beach is a tnimpe-1
rhe of confection*
th-rate art by fifth-rate art
whose authcntici*; la in
And the Kim I
[the Fniversity oi Mia
..t> is ojUj i : jbtij bet-
fthird and fourth-rat.'n
a fair share <>f thei: own
futility pfohfcw
music and ttml
no robber, tithei F .
Miami's last worthy mu-
gasp. WTMI-F'.: Sb
a.i'. In September t
l?r such abomination
pst of a simian public taste,
tempered by a
IK sjream nf *.
awl k'W IQ ta.k a]
|ty begua a year ago.
'R < ITV simply has an u>
ible affinity for tl
barrel.
[vJietl>B put another way
ne painted such a t>. k
bji i Mian thai
phman take the Job?
Answer put untl
-.1 h the last I
nation tiwit doean't have a
museum a visual art
rr. The challenge
OTH THE Rav ind the
TV pHvetC." he
;* to make thv Ulan v |
rr as active a CO
rt ikine as |>ositile "
vanl this end l>r LehfB in
fi'inj scheduling a BaBJOT se-
of exhibition* >f mty !
M. AtMOlO UNMAN
cctatt tlit ctialltna*
tie emphunM
U.i.
i
artist i will ntii '- rfore
I On B0t as before.
the
SB. ei> .vails arc I
.n loean utierent
n-
e | '-. i effort 'A
lists Is 11 too
h expect ml) first |ua
i
in xihmtiov :
lance
' wtthout tax.:
from th#> hi Institutions in
' properly lie-
dn be amnhaaisaa his
Ls lemonstralin : ireful
tj fur the rw>ti >n of com-
n. .nit., awaicnc.vs .111 I cOOpara-
t. m He i her.', he wants you to
know, to help enrich, not to de-
t:a. t or do l THEN TIILKK are film and
lecture shows ha I It* luff,
and the lent of the \rt
Centi -'I.
'In the IT enrollment
i ''\ ee led N rw. we are
in,; -;\ 6-week epfi"w a
year for 37 in I I K) stu-
dents :n i variety of madia
it about every one you can
think of, except perhaps archi-
ta< tuie .m i Iraftina,"
And tiiere's a waiting list for
illment in some claeaaa, Dr.
I.ehman i; pi
e-i kawacd the coneapl of craaHe*
it> and tha process i enjoying
art rathei thaa towai I s t.:un?i
. ict."
THE NOTION is both Bad
and inlf nerving The more i>eo-
ple y..ii can teach to appreciate
saatheti tchievernant, the more
peupie you have who require ex-
hibitions of great tasthaiir i>er-

Still lea Ite the modest"
aims of the hi ... artist pn>-
: ,i an I in;the i "producta"
are well-represented on the fac-
ulty, such as Juanita May. na-
t ooally-known ceramist who was
Miami Art center
director until Dr. Lehman arriv-
ed to Oil tl*' post, and noted pho-
tographer Klara Karkas.
Also, u> appeal to a broad base
of the community's art interest.
Dr. Lehman is keeping a shrewd
eye on its hune ethnic popula-
tions, particularly Latin ami Jew-
ish and theu particular aesthe-
tic Interests,
for example, the Miami
Art Center will be holding a
Judaica shea of Jessfaa ceremo-
nial objects culled from private
collections, antique and centi
uy. tentatively scheduled i ir
QpHStleO BOB* I an a pri-
;>-funded Institution wl
viability depends mainly uoon its
board of trustees and philan-
thropic contributions hope (b re-
main tr.t' and open to the pub*
# Answer Dr Lehman pointa
to the constituency of his board,
among them Melvin Jacoba pi
merit ot Hutdi'ie '-. Leonard
Wiest, l^onard AbaSS, Da I
Blumlm.:. Ms i". e G L'.S
Congressman Wikiam Lehman
and Mia. Lehman. Mrs L i da
Rosenstiel. Mrs Nicholas
Mane* Mrs. Mir he:! VVbifsen,
ALL AKE ffgrwy Of
and fiti.in. lal clout in the c >m-
munity.
What Dr. Lehman seems t > he
dome is embarking on a CI
n of vigorous art "salesri in-
ship."
With his credentials, it la a
fair assumption tnaf he may sue-
i sad Not to menti m hia wife,
Pamela, with whom he lives in
their just-purchased contempor-
ary home in Coconut Grove with
their bafts. Nicholas, i, and Zach-
ary. 1.
PAMKI-Vs FATHER was
Richard Gimbel. founder >f Rich-
ards, and one oJ the Qtcnbal Bro-
thers, dvpertnieat store m.iguis.
That ought to be enough
manship potential for anybody or
an> thing, art inclu.ied.
Religious
Services
KM I LAiaBCtOAU
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
N.V/ iTSh St.. iCorvtie> Rab-
bi Milt J. Orm*. ____
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 7100 W.
OaKlaiKi Prh Blvd. Rabbi Philip
A Labawit* Cantor Uiunca Neu.
EMANU-BU. sz*S W. Oakland ear*.
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J Ab-
rj hi Cantor Jarome Klemer.. S
r>OMFANO SBACH
tHOLOM .Tempi* I. 1SS SB \ It* AvP.
Conservative. Rabbi Morrla A. 8>>op<
Canter jarnb J Renr*r.
MAJU5ATI
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. (Con.
M'viIi.ci (101 NW *t>i St.
Ft lav. s ii m. Dr BtSawiti Natnaaan
| ,, r Max OallUb will
- '.be --mi"!. SeiurJuv 9 a na,.
recuUr >..: .. Ii BMCnrnal services.
COtAl SMUNtS
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Liberal. JSOt Univ*r-
ty Dr Rabbi Max WMi 44
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lOrthoCox. 3891 StiH.no R S*
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CANOLEIIGHTING TM
13 ELUL 7:15
Max Lerner
Itate Dep't Mum on Arab Offer to Portugal
iSHINGTON The State
irtment kirte>i OtlUlafll C >n
|atton or denial of press re-
that unnamed Arab u
tnli bavo offered Portugal
miilion to deny landing
is to L'.S military aircraft
Aaorw and offere.1 I
ul atmbargti on Portugal in
for such a move
press report* were sf
lied to Pentagon intelligenc
ireaa State Deiiartment
>man Robert Anl.nrni said
Department hail in.te?ien I
an report and said it waa
Iting further informati Ml
the L S. Knibassy .n Los-
inag the Yum Kippur
: usn built and lease>i
at L.i)es in tha \
I, over arul refueling stati >n
Hiant (*-.r) mihtaiv trai
I : military eq r t >
Surprise Krl*>ava*>
IL \viv Kal lai
krte I Zalmaaa mb, srho Ii
ed to io veara
fc>T0 on ebaraaa of tttamptiai
f. a< k. a Hussun ain rjft
! Israel said BBS0 11
^ed >he will !
.' < nan-
I ither had bees

; fur Syl .tad

s
ailed Rl
Soviet Lat\ i i
idain del
tha petitia
the Kol fat
father had
vii Immigrattoi
w here he w as I
ught.i WOUki be fieed.
A- llixloua Leaders luvolv.-d
MEW YORK President
lid Ford baa baa I to
involve reOgioua leaders i" 1 to
Include the b schinas >'. the ths m developing l e
and machinery wbteh WO I
. .t i^itin. ansnasty lor tme
v who i si ised t.>

In i to the
na-

' "
a si
-
i ., i ... Ilaissk

iht jjui
crossed the disengagement line.
According to the Israeli com-
plaint, the Russian-made mis-
sile, known as the Strella." was
fired from the direction of Egyp-
tian forces on the east bank ^
the Suez Canal.
S -it Education Bill Signed
WASHLNCTON In a cere-
mony attended by Rep William
Lehman i D.. Fla>. President
Ford ugned H R. 69. the Fduca-
ti.m Amendments of 1974. The
bill authorizes $25 billion through
hscaf year 1978 for a series of
nnjxirtant education programs,
including the new Community
Schools Act.
The community education pro-
visiona In H P.. 6S are the result
ui the efforta >( Esap Lshanan,
w h > had introdiH-e.1 the amerni-
: to prm i : Federal funds
for community hoi ila .v ben H i'.
Si was being considered by the
Carnmittaa.
l >
ln\ te l b Presl !enl F w
sttei
114 for
nmittee
Dili
in-

next
Israel Bend < sen i

in-
i
the
nee
ing place against a background
of extra.>nlinary economic prob-
lems facing Israel as a result of
the Yom Kippur War. and the
sharply increase.) financial bur-
dens <>n the people of Israel un-
der the government's new eco-
nomic policy oi austerity.
Shimon Peres IsraaTS Minis-
ter of Defense, who is making a
Rothherg. general chairman, and
Michael Atnon. president and
chief executive officer of the I*
rael Bond Organization
Together with Allan Bronf-
man, president of the Israel Bond
drive in Canada, they emphasized
that the conference will be tak-
spacial trip to Montreal to partic-
ipate in the conference, will be '
( octiuued trimi Page V
choice and take the -i*k
Tha 1 ict tbat Rockefeller and
Henry Kissinger have worked
aaly in the past will maj>e thr?
three men Piesi.lent. Vice
President, Secretary of State
striking threesome in
high office in our time
I have left the weightiest
factor to the end the oniy-a-
heartlieat-away factor. The fact
ot the thn-e men working to-
g-ther -ihocld grve us confidence
if the heartbeat ever happened.
the ;N-inrtpl s[>eaker atil guest
of lv>n.>r
* ^r
aasBtbaasss roavention
ATt.AXTA Sen Henry M.
Jackson D. Wash t. Israel Am-
has.va.lor tu the ?'.S., Simchs
Dinit/. and Jenak~n Mayor
Teddy Kolfek are ansoag laaders
figures who will address Hadaa-
sah's rjuth annual natwaval con-
veetwn at tbe Marriott Motor
Hotel in Atlanta. Sept 8 to IL
Jackson and Dinita SrtU s.wak
at opening plenary. Koltek will
receive the Henrietta Scold
Award at a banquet on Tuesday.
Cver 500 delegates will at-
tend saminars and wtrkslv>|>s on
health eiiucation. foreign and
American affairs, lund raising,
membership and lea.lership train-
ing
I
Kissinger May Ask
For New Concessions
B> JOSEPH Pt>l.\KOFF
WASHINGTON JTA UTJ of State Henry A Kis-
vmerican Legion Convention in aiiaou Beach that
the United SI it I i balp Arabs aini Lsraeha toward
.. resoluUoa of their coafli I and the achievement of a laad
in thi
\ to tl il text
of hi
ea of
of
III sjQsaCD:
iv e m
nths,
of tin

witl work vva
tha Journey. The
'e-
e it and tin of the
rids if
Whi no new e were
i ka,
I it
the
it
the
S irnment chai
the So-
Uni 'ii.


+J(i Friday. Septetnim I. 18M
'What the Hell are They Putting Out?-Mv
Relatives are Soap," Dr. K Said
' By RICHARD YAFFE
London < hrouii lc Syndi .ite
Wm there a "Jewish dimen-
sion" in Henrv K
i let Prea dent Ni ai
sidential
the Nal I ndl,
. nil now alao u S "1
ite"" To what
his "Jewisl i i a
i in hit decision-makin
H a he i back-
i m | American
. i wa (eared he i i ha
to al
t > influence hla
i
thing, for Sadat's embraci and

tudi Ara-
where no .'<
KISSINOBB HIMSELF, of
rourae, will not talk about what
] ii'.'.ins to in- a Jev in trw
One of the first acts of President Ford was to announce ^hat
the Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger, probably the big-
gest success in the Nixon Ad^mistraton, will be staying on
to serve him in the same pcsiticn. How Jewish is Dr. KiS*
singer under the skin, and has his background influenced n.s
decisions in public office?
in e finds himself, with
iec rod only to the 1'
I pn tigi far beyond
era In any ol the
Lrac.es" K i ghl
,-t is thete -
-ult
oi la" or
at '
1. in; thine, he did what no
ican ..in. al bel
him was able to .1" Hi
t it wu to be a
thoul i>o-
the trabs,
He Irink a
and laugh ith ('..ii.ta Melrand
Ashen's Reelection Will Bring
Slate A New Lieutenant Governor
reelection ol Go*. Re bii
\-ki' this fall WO : t'
lieu-
utt governm State Sen
.....
In the new admin
Lieutenant Qevernoi J;::-.
. would alao ba
IT) oi the If \
linistratkm, which
reaponail I i
neat .>i state go* ein
WllUama would bring to the
post business experience That
tea back to 1947 Sim e 191 !
when be retired from the min
business. Williams I
: iliv owned and
..s and a rattle ranch WU*
aru.s would apply thai buaji
Kperience to the business ot
managing state ant,
Gov. Askew said
The I>e|iartii>ent of Adminis-
tration is responsible f"r putting
into efteet the state budget in
..II agendas, the personnel and
eel flea tiona for state jobs,
the retirement plans ot the state
and counties and for all long-
. inge state planning.
Williams nas served as a State
Senator since 196X. wheie he has
provided legislative leadership in
'ii' uonmental protection, educa
tion, fiscal responsibility and tax
Ct>. Rnthin Askew Sen. lim Williams
icfoims for which lie lias won
nun erot Most Valuable
tor aa arda.
TWi -.< ba put to
use in the new administration,
for a* Lieutenant Goneinut, WU>
hams will also be cooi linatoi of
the administration'a legislative
ram.
Hep Murray r>ibhm. Dade
Count, rampaiga chairman lor
Got Askew, has named Miami
Reach Councilman and former
Vice Mayor Leonard O, Wain-
stein, as campaign diractor for
Miami Beach. Weinstem will
head a newlv formed Committee
responsibfe ffir getting out the
vote on Miami Beach which in-
cludes civic leaders, club presi-
dents, office holders and former
government officials.
then he buaaed and was called
"mj f i send Henry" bj Ai
Sadat
111 I UK did lh -
the
New N i Poet Ra
feid returns again and
Kisr. roots In G m inj
' .. .->. onm
i. as he traoa I
pat] is boyhood in
Kiss
u tied in G
not happen to him The '
he | a from
I ,.\. not fron iack-l
What hi
ne taj i as a ti
|| did not h.i, i
aii \ WHO knew
don '
I
fessoi ..'i: non It i
n.i/ i creeti be
tweea Ji en and I
want t"
Frightl
.in. [feting
want tn ; ;.t thai
journ.ih-
The "man who red Kia-
Ft it. K: aen er, Pi isi
on advisor and alao a
non-Jaw, aeid that what the
Nazis did to U t un*
ipaakabla You can d a to
the soul of a man and never
touch his body For five \.
the most formative ;
10 to is, Henrv had to ui
this horror And the real ho:
is the breakdown ol the WO
Imagine what it means when
father, who WU your au-
thority, the fathai you In Ire i
suddenly frightened into a little
mouai
Ki experience a u
traumatic, thinks Krae
a friend, that he literally cannot
talk about it. For any outsider,
he sai.i. Kiaalnger'i silence
lie maatured only when it is brok-
en, and this has happened tw
since he came into the public
Former Moscow Envoy Attacks
'Jewish Emigration' at Hearing
WASHINGTON (JTA)
>ige F. Kennan, former is
Ambassador to the Soviet I'nion
.rvl long a leading American ex-
pert on Soviet affairs attacked
the use of longiaaaimial trade
lagWatioa to aaae Soviet tea trie*
ions on emigration and specifi-
cally challenged any use ..I I
method to help Soviet Jews in
their efforts to emigrate.
Kennan made his remarks be-
fore the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee.
While cautioning against pit-
falls in Soviet-American trade re-
lations. Kennan declared he has
no sympathy" for denying most
favored nation treatment to the
Soviet Union to bring al*>ut "an
alteration" oj Soviet policy with
.espect to the emigration from
Etuaeta Of its Jewish i itl/ens."
si < H i.k;isi,.\tion. he
said, is not a "suitable or desir-
able means of exercising pres-
sure on anothei government."
)!. alao found it "difficult" to
un.leist.iml why the U.S. should
make "exit visas to Soviet citi-
zens of Jewish origin the touch-
aune of our entire commercial
poUC) towards that count rv
In this connection he question-
why we should suddenlv"
now make it a "major issue"
when Soviet practice, "especially
with relation to Jews is greatly
more liberal than it has been for
decades in the past "
Kennan said lie was "troubled
by the fact that the pressures we
are urged to exert appear to re-
pi. ill. all) to jieople of one
single ethnic religious back-
ind,
"I AM sure that we do not wish
to .-.mvey the impression that
our concern for persons restrict
.d in the freedom to leave their
country of origin is in some way
in iail> conditioned, and that the
treatment of other; than Jews in
this iespect would leave us indif-
ferent "
The Ja.kson Amend enl to
the trade bill pending in thr St B
ate doe> not mention Jew" or
"Jewish" in am Hpact It -.;--
dfleall) refara to all S tvkrt
/'I1S
Howevei enmmanta on the
Jackson Amendment, usually re-
fer to Jewish emigration even
though Sen Henry Jackson 'i>.
Wash i hlmaalf in annerlna. has
pointed out the legislation baai
ing hLs name ia Intended to help
Soviet .in/en to emigrate
without harassment
Secretary of Btata Henry a.
Kissinger, who was t have
testified three weeks ago on thu
and other elements of Soviet
American detentl act*
ad to appear before the Senate
Poraagn Ralationi I ommittee in
the near future. Jack-
is expected to taatlfj in what u
des<-ribed as a "debate on de-
t. nte."
ot. Kissmcm

I'M ..


I It
I
11ll I I II Rl
- '
pro!

while i. :.
thei
'I making IIS a
His h. [Ill ..?
ambition fo be ai
Su long years lay ahead Ki-
a*
i and it
u.i ne La., that
: si I. -t Pritj Kraemer

ai wtien
Ji;i i becauae ol ins
' 'n to the Nazis
ii |ob aaa to t
.rvl lei tore on wt it
.-as all al" It
RIHSlNon WAS Imnraaaail
and wrote a note to Kraerner
n Kraemer raapi
guiding mj lit-
tie few Into counter inteiii-
ai -'.t war n
ii German) in later
Hai.
Ingei w.i i ,/,-j and
from the wi m 1 i-
ropa n 1947 He no longer want-
I to ba a*i accountai
ad the academic Ufa thai Har-
Detwean lerma, m an < >ttholox
B) at ins parents apart-
ment in Waaningtoa Heights,
Kissinger married Ann PTotachoi
on Febniar) 6, 1'.I9 They had
tarn c'dtren. Klizabeth and
Ralph BlurnenWdf rvi?a% aa
era have daof.'fh* Kia)iir]
has nor i eai^ But I^o Hex-
nis former yooth RntUn lead-
er from ram Ik I
.til he went tatn
!rn->- vms \ir> relifkxM
He put teflhn every nv.intrg
nagogue regular-
araj see;i
i the wa
ah
it ,.n of President
hi- -l\..l w v>
' '-a.-
Her
i icn jcr." he
' ra I
the
I mean. Mt
ei ts

. .
the N
rhc
ere not
began


V .
wollitK pgaflgajog, i"arl
. ial t
K's- tr> to bade
He : :*. a
part) he gave in I
inane waa .
;l*Ked me if he
1 invite hi* parents I i
le a great point of
ng n** to them. I !tke
t that
h said that it was ;>oe*>
il Haivar.it casual antt-
Setnil a) Ivave nuuie Kls-
I' s not inviting
i i-.v ti> br pn>-Ira!*
He alv> recalls that his
rw n n %*pre
.*! by Kisirger
lw thought it was all wnwg
1 Kiting the negotiations f
withdrawal from \i*t
lh Nixon arvl Ki-ingT
feared a right it uproar if the
\, withdrew and Kisunger.
* Stjtr Department counsellor
. had another tear
that the scapegoat might be the
Jewish ler.igre himwli '
km.i:k morkih. amo
n.tarian poUey st.idles
the < ^rxiowment for In-
ittonal Penan, wrote reoe;
bta Journalism Re-
irhrw that d<*spite Kissinger's
"awes ie uccr. he *een>e an Jewin immigrant, even
an outaidaf in the Amenran f
ihmenl ''
The i|uetiins asked at the Le-
Kiimini: of thu article have still
riot liren answere<1
A
-^jSew up your
W : future.
4,'aJ^
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Sponsored by Concerned Ctiaeas Bu>" l S ***** Bona*"
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6. 1974 +JelsiFk>rkfc>r
Page 11
1
Tornillo Recalls the Old Dictum: Keep Hands Off the Press
may try again
Mi III how m run
JBut he will get
^pnimout vote, the
l Supreme Court
/Vofcers* Ocaa/
?v
^ U a Florida teah-
fll. l>e Hill* is
Miami Herald.
for the Fl -. la
le-dslat re in 1972, two editorials
ai ii a linn printed by Lee's news-
paper infuriated Pat.
no UK lusted off a *Vyear-o!d
Flori i aw and insisted that The
Herald print wfiat he Ha* to say
aS>ut the paper and its edi-
toriaJg. Rebuffed, he demanded
that the courts enforce the 1913
law.
The Circuit Court in Dad*
County refused. Mr. Tornillo ear-
ned his fight to the State Sup-
reme Court. There he succeeded.
But now. in a most significant
e>n
r /) l*
Communism. Anti-Semitism
I Kt-ST. i irnalist. has
booh that w.. .,:n |
|tl.-i for \
ce Jo* s ,: igesi
|n^ .1M..-1 ; i, nan kj
Chrs Winston Li most Ml nous
m e than i
| i f the found
plism.
t<)i (H.l r t of hi-
awtrm. .-....,.
world e\cr ta
traced to l V rant
e\, litlnni i : .ban.
tola leal
sense >>f at. especial
c. are ex;
; .::. .-i a*
,, under a
fc works sad i itber authon
and Fc.*t then i ikei v. a* r
aytka ire t led
nh to bring il truction We.
Kult~ tlve Index ''
Ik. iaSUS I I 'hat
with H I
i ...
THE LAWt EXODUS." by Leonard Schroe-
,e! IWtw 1 trss B i I i, 110.96, i a
Wcount >t i: and i-.eir
,a" in. trace-. connections be-
tween Um Beeiet lavish asovemenl tad that otn,"r '' Bovoamti and then notes th*
differ-ni -
remarks
1st national i expraaasd
In Zioi but I i
I
Th luthor shows th int.: en, e in the qu i
etween the < Ism gian
.n-i iia state Jews and those if Lsningrad
i Kkn R issian anti-S
to Zlonieti
raises the question. "Is an1. nsOMHry
irvatkm of Jew .
tiik mvroitv <>f Anti-Sen Ltiaaa," by Laos
!'.,. ., ,,.,. f .,.,. ,. .,,, j.,,.,a. j
Howard 'New York. Schoeken i*>ks. 1346,
3B3 I pea : i .-back sditlon of the book
< ed In 1MB.
The period oovtred by the tkor ta faem
lea t>> the day "! tha (" -irt Jew.
ttaadi that the 14th asntijr) wit
no- th of 'he modern c nasjenl form of
an- ti Poliskov dott not iiafusi Islamic
decision, the highest court in the
land has ruled the Florida right-
to-reply law unconstitutional.
TV EFHJiT CTuef Justice
Burger. shaking for the Su-
preme Court, said that you can't
have government regulations of
this crucial process" and still
keep the First Amendment imio-
late, as modern Americans re-
gard that precious barrier to
government interference.
In a concurring opinion. Jus-
tice Byron R. White insisted that
the First Amendment erects a
virtually insurmountable barrier
iH'tween government and the
punt media so far as government
ts lpeiing. In advance "f
'.hi. with nawa and editorial
so wf ba
i
whan .i Goa
er editors t dl fo
refusing to print material wh
ha furnished when be ofcjai tad to
I attack)
We can thank the Mi
Herald foi putting : thii
rable fight And i in
, af h indred
t r
7)or/ a^mofar
.-c'ltfiii +^chw&rtz
Israeli Ship Hailed by tli Turks
hiti Hei %a'1 t;"e
m
P>
Bi>
Kt !;.:
m ,f t for toe
Il :
B nu
B' .. H V>
Kc:
I *
k to i t tt--' lory
fcc '
as
Itn.v. that Tu.V
ile |>:.ptse - He \^"-" i sea tbi ealtl Jews
!. lai m.. but
in hum (.in 4 < An
i
th Bu
inj Kaiser W U
an i igk I : = '
. ..."'
Hani.
S [M'd was Vambern. a friend of
J, who 'an I one *>
u 5^11
OM IB BTBAI a > I
rkej and ba
got to >ee
- a- evasive. He isiie to
P i
opening up the trafl to press free-
dom in America.
Publisher,of no Jfth century
newspaper sternly opposed to th
New York colonial government,
2Jen^er was proaacutad in his day
for seditious libel
He wnite a few things that
King George's deputies in this
country disliked. The., art) trartly
ople:e.l Zen^er to lie done
his criticism. Thanks to the bril-
liant efforts oi Alexander Hamil-
ton. Zenger's lawyer, an acquit-
tal was won .>n the revolutionary
grounds that truth is no libel,
MIOII AND some
Americans who
thin.
ad to on
i
strut i
, i ol I S.
mage Act I
In o the u I
a
rthy i era.
the bend I
i it
the
hystei i in.".
wil. la an at I itspi
itspoken

New Book Gives Details
About Long History of JD( |
thk joint Distrib
mittee which i- now ir. .ts
., i yeai existen e has
baea part and pareal ai Jewish
evi r sfnee M Iwaadsd
L914 These is rui country in
t e world where the IDC has
r' ,t. ji ana tuna
to t>ie
pop ,.'! m
A r. reflect n;
DC have ap-
peared during in* yean but none
of them dealt full) and In dearth
e period prior to Wo
II
Tffis is because the
t Jix arc ii

.. .
was no
1
t. m
life
(the Je : >
J -w;;
I
, .., e ii < sod >t
I
.nil-
Srrmtiam -hi h ba
llll Jl)i
i ,. theie it- real
aeon : ira md i on mun d
liack i" >
j jt *. t its mission
successfull. ol Ix-ini;
ready t<> hand it ovai t" the local
Jeanah leads d But
then ths "> ed into
p lan la riod
In the COU
years of ta exist n tha JDC
through it Rnnrfn
as Agrojoint helped t > recOhr
.te also the
000 Jaw i ta the Soviet Un in by
Bsttltng then i n lan I In Crli m
i
.an> nf I
Ttie ( on I id
, aa*U a I thei
to
I I to
are ai their
i
1"'., .1
:.' fe 't
their
w tie
-
TU LAaTT the fust
qua the JDC
face rreat
trsgsdy ol A
The Nazi wai >ut
139, but Hitk
on I furl
o slj v.;th :' i) "f
Ms ./..!
Kixon Had a Mi Hashonah Experience. He Mij*lil Still be Prexy
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.t it provide. US with an opp
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ttty f ths !!..
, ndrome lagSh. !< *?** tnar un'
ntsrrupted acts af selfishness and greed form a pat
an load >n.
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