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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Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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OV i.KKATKK FORT M.AI'ttEHDALE
Friday. September 20. 1974
Price SI.00
New Federation Officers Elected
Albert E. Garnitz Tc
Serve As President
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Treasurer
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national cabinet shown with Paul Zuckeiman. national
chairman UJA and Mr. and Mrs Valery Panov. world fa-
moui ballet dancers, who just came to Israel trcm Russia
at the tune of Pnms Ministers Mission in Israel
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WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
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Friday. September 30. 1974
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Friday. September 20. 1974
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Hellmail To Visit Broward Grandparent* Pledge Donations To United Way
As Israel Bonds Guest
Yehuda Hellman, ''V" .ti\e .ii-
reel n of Inn' ""'' raw ,,; P
l .-tit- ol Major America!. Jewhti
( 'igam/atiuns and former Unite :
- correspondent, will be In
1 laJ I M .' I ;
i i tpa la] i.-ii<-t Bt tte > [i
He ran will speak at two
i meetings a* preludes to the
I iwic Kmnnu-KI Israel Dinm-i
ol State tthuh will be held on
( : .T jI Pier 66.
The Conference >f President*
eridetl Hellman he.-nls is the o>
mating bod) for -'1 major
national Jewish organizations
ami concerns itself with Amer
-Utae'i affairs and with
probtRM affecting Jews in for-
!i countries
Hellman is als4> secreUry-gen-
eial of the World Conference of
Aish Organizations
G i ins such aa the Wor! 1 Jew-
ifi ( on tress and the Inte
tior.ai Council of B'nai H'n.
mate their flacht lor Jewuh
ruhU thriMiKh CDJFO
Hellman. who has served a.<
chief of the Pans bureau of the
Jewish Telegraphi. Ager > ha*
Sisterhood Study
Group Beginning
The new ami exciting Temple
Kmanu HI Sisterhood Study
ilroup begins Monday. Oet 14.
1 i an- to 11 15 a.m. ami wii;
< ntinue each Momlay until De-
i-ember.
The title of the course for the
I M session la "Modern Jewuh ,
Literature Its Relationship
with Society Tbdej
Ral>)>: Arthur Abram* will also
lead the aiOMp in stimulating rUe>
i --.are of 'hi- \** ish Snarl Stories," huh will be
available at each session in Tern
anu-KI. 3243 W I I
i Park Blvd Fort
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boyhood stud) in pre-Israel Pal-
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i i MvaraJ years, specializ-
ing m eanaanak and i*>iiticai -
am e a aaaanar of his classmates
are prominent Arab leaders to-
day
A total of 83 foster grand-
parents have either pledged pay-
roll deduction- or given lump
sum contributions to the United
Weekend Cultural
Retreat Planned
Oct. II to 13
'l in- Sa r. Mil Federation ol
T<- N will I
its annual weekend cultural re-
treat at the Palm Aire Hotel
Couatrj Club :n Pompann Bench
Ocl 11 to i,; ammidlm to an
announcement fade by Al Roth,
-merit 4 tht
comprised of Hie Brotherhoods
of io South Florida Rej
temples
Theme of this year's gather-
ing ;* The Israel Connection
Helatiii With World Jewry"
gad Who Is a Jew''' Partici-
>*nts will include Rabbi Norman
T. Mendell. Most; Rabbi S If.
haeaaa, director l'AH<"; Rabbi
\ithur J. Abrams. Rabbi S I.
I larr Rabbi S Z Jaffe, Harold
Malm and Cantor Jerome Kle
ment
Friday evening the delegates
will form a motorcade to the
Moravian Clwrch in Bocn Raton.
afaam aarMeai will be held, with
Rabbi Memiel: officiating Pfl
ilents. delegates ami council
nembers will utilize the time
for aocii tiring relaxing, ex-
-hanging idea- ami discussing
Judaism Roam registrant* will
In- given free ti.kets to the
million-dollar spa.
Election will "e held, awards
given and avail presented be-
fore the retreat ends on Sunday
Way of Broward County for
1H75 in a pre-campai^n meeting.
The grandparenta are pa
60 >> rreet cei I
Incoma d who work
within the school rtare
tally reta
or >1 m
< a
maxim:. $, J i wi
Or SI t*1 an ho :
wcrk.
Mrs Mary Crvm. fiirectof,
-.he wai i aaad at tlie
rue.
has a total Of l.*0
fot< many of
w -v mabfa fo ntl > I the
recent tha
United Waj Campaign.
In all five i vr
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AT EXIT 24 ON THE TURNPIKE


JM WISHES YOU A NEW YEAR
FILLED WITH PEACE AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be filled with many
shining moments, including the warmth of new friendships and
the joy of old ties with those you love and surmounting
them all. the happiness of dreams come true.
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Friday. Ssi>israbs 20. 1374
In our Rosh Hashona Edition 5735. ws hare taken a
look at the outgoing year and tried to ascertain the main
trends of the year as they applied to Jews both here and
abroad.
Typically, the impact oi the Yom Kippur War threads
like a recurrent theme throughout the edition. It reflects
the shock sustained but not yet over, oi an Arab attack
on Israel just one year ago. on the ere oi the
day in the Jewish calendar.
AND IT reflects the shock of how close the Arabs
came to achieving their destructive goal and oi the strain-
ed condition in which Israel finds itself today, and will
continue to find itself for years to come, from the enorm-
ous effort expended in a brilliant and successful self-de-
tense.
This theme apart, we have attempted to examine
several others that we consider of primary significance:
The r.ew and formidable voice of a Palestinian
presence :n the Middle East. See Sec. I and D In re-
lated articles, we examine what this voice means to Is-
rael's future er the terrorist and other political
.luments of war tne Arabs are wielding against Israel
today trill aet the-, what they want at Israel's expense.
Also ;ust how much Israel will have to pay to win some
guarantee of survival if. indeed, she can win any at
all without renewed war.
The status cf Soviet Jews. See Sec F and G). In
these sections of our New Year Edition, we begin with
Yevgem Yevtushenko's Bcbi Yar." the poem heard
round the world that alerted mankind to Moscow's sys-
tematic and brutual repression oi Jewish religious and
cultural life. And we study the role of the Soviet Union's
own heroes, the refusniks," those Jews who will not sub-
mit to Russian oppression and who continue to demand
the right to emigrate. Also, we observe the role of the
free world, particularly the United Stales, in pressuring
official Soviet policy to turn away from its traditional
police state methods and to permit emigration as a basis
for granting it Most Favored Nation status.
JEWISH LIFE m strange and exotic places. (See
Sec. E Whether in the Caribbean or in such tar-away
places as Morocco and Albania, Jews pursue as Jewishly-
onented a lite as possible within the confines of political
and social restraints imposed upon them by the alien
societies they have adopted as then own. Still they sur-
vive, and in some places, they ilourish and even prosper.
As they greet Rcsn Hashor.a 5735 le Jewish com-
munities oi America Europe and Israel, irhal c:e then
chances for the future?
lAlso in Sec. E, we examine the status ci Latin Amer-
ican Jewry and the impart cf a growing Arab influence
among our neighbors to the south. And. in an article by
one expert, Arabs May Control New Year Hopes Life in
Latin America, the unhappy possibilities are studied of
a renascence cf anti-Semitism in Latin Ame;ica as en
aspect of growing Arab prestige.
The agony of Watergate. See Sec. D Her? we
speculate on the intense level of pain suffered by Amer-
ican Jewry at the resignation of President Nixon. On the
one hand. American and Israeli Jewry will never forget
Mr. Nixon's active defense of Israel's right to exist and
to defend herself against Arab attack in the Yom Kippur
War his prompt funneling of American war material
into Israeli hands as Israel's own guns, bullets and planes
began to give out in the brutal test of her capacity to sur-
vive and prevail over the enemy.
ON THE other, there was a Jewish community, di-
vided with the rest of the nation, over their feelings about
the President's transgressions in office, but doubly torn
between the desire to defend him for his support of Israel
and the need to see the highest office in the land cleansed
of the irresponsible use of presidential power.
The meaning of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur.
which in the end is what our special edition is really all
about. This theme is also implicit in our entire New Year
Edition, but it is examined in particular detail in Sec. C
the historic meaning of the holidays.
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The Jew ih Fleridian Doae Net Oaa rentes The Kaahrvtn
Of The Merchandise Advertised In It* Celvmne
Published Bl-Weekly
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Memt>' of tha ewisrt Te'earaphi: Agency. Saven Arts Feature Synd.
eata. wendw.de *, we Ser.ce Nstianal Ed.tor,.i Aeaoc.at.on. AnetrteM Aa
aaciatlan ef Eno).an-Jewish Neweosee's. and the Fior.i a ""reaa Assexats-v
SUBSCRIPTION HATES Lecal Area) One Year S M Owt of Team i_ pan
Year Behind Us and New Year
Ahead -- Demands' are the Same
Volume 3
Friday. September 20. 1?"4
Number 19
4 TTSHP.! 5~35
poses and ipiriiucJ ~-
Soul da Jewry's tSSpOnM
outgoing years needi culturally
lar.thropicaliy as a total cc See
Stc 3. These are ongoma needs, as sev-
eral ot oui z it.onal persoi:
t.es declare ir. messages greeting the New
Year. We may have met them m 5734,
they will be there to meet again in 5735 a
the hope is offered tha: we will meet them cs
foithrightly as betoie
WE DO not suggest, by any means.
that we have exhausted the major themes.
or that all of them have been represented.
On the eve ot Rosh Hashona. the:e is a
new challenge. Torn as American Jewry is
over the fate of a previous President, there
are growing feelings that m President Ford's
precipitious pardon of him. justice has
eluded us again
That the people's right to know just
what Watergate was all about has been
shortcircuited; that there is a double stand-
ard of justice plaguing the nation; that the
role of the special prosecutor, the Congress
and the Grand Jury have been usurped by
an appointed Chief Executive who might
have been more careful about binding up
the nations wounds, as he promised,
rather than throwing new handsful of salt in-
to them with further presidential power
plays no President ought to feel he has the
right! to exercise, and this one particularly
because he did not win his tenure at the bal-
lot box.
THEN, there is the aftermath of last
year's Yom Kippur War m Israel, to wh
we have merely alluded here, and which is
examined in some detail m essays like
"Nixon and Breihnev Tried to Solve' the
M.deast Problem" and "High Priority Item
at Geneva Sec J and 3
taeba '. jrants Find rXs-
A Lioerai Enemy ot is
Sec. Dj.
Or. .> oJ Rath Hashona 5"*35. Pre
r..i : Yitzhak Rabin is in New Orleans j.:
cress::. o! the Conference a:
Jewish .Velrare Orgau-zauons. And forme:
Premiei Golda Meir will be visiting the
ken later .n December to help bang
us the unhappy story of her country's straits
The pohtxai problem plaguing Israel to-
day is even more dangerous than the eoon
orn.c pioblem.
THERE ARE those who say Rabin is not
strong enough to withstand the pressur*
Secretary ot State Henry Kissing** wfll l-
applying on Israel during his October vw*
to the Middle East to make further canoes
sions to the Arabs in the name oi peace
that the doughty little nation would hove
Seen better off with a stouter heariid Mrs
Men still at the helm. (See ''frenideit Fard
A New Old Fnend in the White House
Page 2D
Adding to these problems is the con-
tinuing Who is c Jew?" issue, still unre-
solved, sail sappirg the energies of the Ra-
bin government almost beyond endurance to
cope with Israels Religious Bloc, which de-
mands and ought to have at least some rep-
resentation in th Knesset
ROSH HASHONA. the New Year, what
ever it, dale S734. 5736. or tha next. 5^3$
end the next stretching into future history
all of them are a stage on which is play
ed out the destiny of man.
In this edition, we hope we have shed
some light on part of that stage. L Shana
Tot x
9-3C- 74


i
Fridcy. September 20, 1974
* bnist fkrklnr of Greater Port LIwllh
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r,500 Mitzpeh Ramon
Residents Stage Strike
than T.!W> people, virtually the
i nt.rc roru'ati:i of t::iy MiUprh
Rimon township in the central
Ne^ev. went on a hunger stnkke
to prot^>t al eged fovernment
Wgket which they say threatens
the town with ontmuine. decay
and isolation
The townspeople rejected a
lastm'nute appeal by Premier
N Ukak Rabin to call off ;
demonstration All shop., b
ncsses and vi toll were sh.it
down for Dm day.
thk main complaint of the
M;tz7poh Ibnoa rltiaen< that
the Government ha> failed to
supply adjust- housing, urban
development an I proper roads.
But thr town's problems
parently stem from other ca i
as wr'l
EstabHshed in the earlv 1950s.
Mitrpeli Rim m c'tiieu is that
** a midpoint on the road be
t^irn Beer-hcba and Eilat.
But the highway was shifted
eastward to nas through the
Araba di<1 of lsra<
a car how paase* ^trough Mitz
peh Rimon.
There is no new industry, no
arorklhopi ami little hope for
the future. The lowu's young
people are leaving the place.
The hunger str.kcrs set up a
road block on the main road to
d amatiie their protest By eve-
ning, not a tingle cir had com,'
by
Blyma Group Of Hadassah
Holds Its Season-Opener
of Ha laatah
i to hold if Hi it n etln ol
' Mason Thun noon at
h Center Mrs
I ;,r ''. K nt of
B ma, will hi Ing grei tingi t
nal <. -n-
vention In Atlanta. Ga
An Interesting program is be-
ing planned bj Mrs, Edward
Gin ami Mi- iharles Davidson.
Boutfcq e Bar will he o;ened
u\ I refreahrnarna will ba aarvad
Both niem+ers ant! Don-maiUOOIl
i in.ite,'
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P=ge 6-A
*****fkrirtoir of Greater Fort Lcuderdale
Friday. September 20, 1974
High Court Rulings Encourage Differences
Bv BEN G.M.I.OB
THti Je
Ah i-h use i.--'
ions
.1 baic tool
in tHeir programs to protect the
i i of Jewa m takes diame
trically opposed positions whether th* I Supn dm >.'ourt
in two recent rulings, a?-
proved tutiona!
eminent fun.lin? ot remei
ad to pup.!- .n non-public
The National Jewish Ponir
r, on Law and Public Affairs
has contended dial such aid i
I apBl on non-public school
prraiian bmq be eenstituttoaal
i that the So| wrt had
.1 thi- eoBctpt of public
assistance to such pup la, In
lituations tl an public
toxtb oks and bus tri
BIT THJ" American *
Congress a I thai in tfe an
the S n.....url v. 11
tien
of weakening iti d
ten:
f irtl er trot '
of state-church tion as
affects Rich aid" N | ;i>lic
schools in th.- Unite | St '

The c ''' i ler v
Berrei case, and
Ifarburger v Pubo foi
School) New Jem ;
ca^ Both were handed down
ir; Jane The Wheeler case :n
.. d T til I 4 thi
The Marburger rase to-
ad i New Jersey education
law.
I \ni.R THE if65 federal
i ha iti >n m l, iccordHag to a
COLPA memorandum to the
Jewish Tel aphk Apcnc>. state
education agencies submit pro
posed progTMaa to the federal
Commissroner of Education to
meet special educational needs
of nal'y deprived chil-
dren in achooil in nr-?a with high
concentration' of childran from
a ;nc >m famil
The must h-
to provide non-public school
pupil- wftb services that are
"comparable in -quality
appoitunit) for participation
to those provided for pul
to
1 landum.
o iri education off'cials
Title I i concerned with
pro idrn i druction
d children.
Feder il funds a d to
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emp'oy tea 'vis for remedial
instruction in Iflaooan public
schools during regular >cliool
hours but rtate education "tfi
ck,|, ed to pro\ de funds
fur remedii sari la
parochi.i during rt -.ilar
school bout rh parochial
ti bool -' Ideotl do receive such
remedial aid after school noun
away from the promises of paro-
chial school-
PARENT or paroahial a
pupils sued in federal court,
ming that lack of i
for teachers in the parochial
schools violated lh
reoviraaarat of Title I The
state contended it BO I I BOl
provide on prenu- instruction
v ith remedial I hen
in parochial school*
a at banned rat A met
ment. a well a] h- the Mis*
tab
armted thai the "comparabil I
d.d not require
nparablc OBaa
courl
f Missouri, I
the ,0
pros .tie on Hi-Pi en is,., BOH
public icbaol manadaal Ina*
,,,, xi "lrt (1,i n"t
Iher |
pupihl off the preni' plied
lire
men! "derail
the aen red" to the
parochial leheol pupil'. he
OOI P \ BM niorandum said
TBS ( oi KT ot Appeal!

thai th* progranai offered paro-
chial school pupils, 'n
th, d in public
oatparab
iurt of '
claim that use 4 I
11 remedi il read

the Firs!
ment because "
I i
o teach in the
ie Court aff
i of the Court
\;>(x. 1 on all of thrs,'
ne. Court ei
npafaillty rcqairen
lhat the mihli.
Dl did not
to be Identical b'.it found
the pm: ffernd la M
n >t ri'mpirable I.ike
App l I urt. the Supi
ted to rule
T r-t Amendment Issue, for
of a -pecific plan.
TWO PKWiRAMS of the N (
Jersey education depart-
1 n the atarbui
in one. rtsUnhaiiaaaient
pd to pareati of nil
in non puMk c!ioo| far
i huv 'aonilar
U Mlx>oks,
and aappl
d pro
id remaining froai i
priatkaa, aftei
reimbursemrnt |
ild be .'- :
Best Wishes for Good Health & Happiness
in
tlu
coming
Setc ) ear
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for a Happy New Year
to all


Friday, September 20. 1974
* knist rU+kKtr of Greater Fort Lauderdale
tag. /-A
to non-public schools, to buy
"secular supplies, equipment and
auxiliary services,'' according to
COLPA
The AJCongreaa said that
in defining "equipment" and
'remedial sen ices," a term use I
to COVff remedial readm.: and
remedial matliematics. the New
Jersey law was modeled in
large measure" 'on Title I.
A group of individual citizens.
taxpayer* and organization-, filed
suit in federal court, conten
that the New Jersey law con
stituted an "establishment of
religion."
A three-judge district court
struck down Ix'ih sections of the
state law as being an estahVh
ment of religion, holding that
UM primary effect of the law
was n advance religion, that it
resulted in "excessive entangle
nient of the state in church
aff.nr*' and that it was tkely
l< produce political dm-
long religious lines, according
to the analysis by the AJ<
press Conur.iss'on on Law 8
10 and Leg il Affair.
THE SIPRLME Court affirm
td tn.it decisiOfl without issuing
an opinion.
According to the AJCoo
analysis the Supreme Court
1 the Whe.-Ier ea-e
t ed the deeiaioa of
I irl of Appeals as :n i-r
the basic content
Of tie (Mlaaouri) State Board
of Education and the holding of
UM 1 totrlcl < U t, namely tint
the State Board was not required
to assign teachers to parochial
schooli even if :t assigned them
to public schools' as a meant to
ire "comparable' services to
the non public school pupils
Noting that the Supreme Court
had referred to the obligation
<>t Missouri state education offi
cials "to provide comparable
Btrvtea to children in non public
H n hpU." the AJConares* analy-
dcclari-d that this language
has been taken bf some as in-
dicating that the Supreme Court
was prepared to retreat from It!
nt holdings and to allow
BOM foims of aid previously
ted."
however, the itrajaai
analysi- declared, the Supreme
Ci urt w;i. merely pointing to
the generally accepted pro;>
tmn that Title I does requn.
program- for children in non
public s, hoo'.s and that those
Droffrajna must be eonstitul onal
There is nothing in the declaiofl
position, or even inv \ awi .i-
to net it constitutional"
that indicates any change :n
The analysis noted that the
Supreme Court Mid Um Court ol
\ peali decision, which it was
affirmi:; read to
the if. it that peUtioaei -
defendants must sutunil an-!
a; prove plans that ei
f A"
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use of Title I teachers on private
ICheoJ premises during regular
school hours.'"
In the Marurger school ca-
the AJCongreaa aaserted, the
Supreme I ourt did indicate it-
\iews as to the validity of that
practice In that ruling, said the
AJCongress. the Supreme Court
aflirmed a lower court decision
condemning not only auxiliary
sen Ices birl -l a various forms
of textbooks and othe raids.
"THIS PLAINLY implies that
the court view- these practJ
as pro'>ab.v unconstitutional in
the AJCongress view. But the
COLPA memorandum contended
that the ruling in the Marburger
caae "does not conclusively add
anything to our understanding
of the supreme Court establish-
ments doctrine" because the
Continued on Page L.'-A
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Rage 8 A
*kmist fkrHtor <* <> Fort L^***^
Friday. September 20. 1974
]
Community And Campaign Leaders Receive
Awards At Federations Animal Meeting
Receiving Campaign Awards left to right are: Israel Res-
lukofi. Abram Siiverman. Jacob Bradzxi, and Samuel Bier-
mcn.
Special Campaign Award recipients hermann. Martin Fridovich and Samuel Gcodstein.
4iPj
Albert E. Garnitz, 'left) presents a special award of a Kaz
sculpture to Howard N. Miller, outgoing president, for his
leadership achievements
Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Baer. initial gifts dinner chairmen.
Young Leadership Award winners Cheryl Levin* and Harry
Lembeck.
Campaign awards were given to (left to right* Dr. Alvin E.
Colin. Albert Garnitz. Benjamin Roisman and Harry Levin.
1973-74 Federation officers receive recognition. (Left to right)
Martin J. Kur.z foeob Lutz Nancy Odwak and Albert E.
Gartutz,


September 20. 1974
" Mnitt fltrkfitr ot Greater Fort Laudenlale
Page 9-A
Mrs. Jacob Lutz, past presi-
Annual meeting guest speak- dent of the Women's Division
er was famous producer of was recognized for her out-
"The Deputy" Zvi Kohtz. standing leadership.
:.'s Division Campaign leaders Mrs. Albert Garnitz Mrs Stephen Levine,
jwn (left to right) Mrs. Roger Odwak. Mrs. Abram Silverman, Mrs. Alvin Gross.
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-Jmisf fkriii^r Greater Fort Louderdale
Friday. September
20,
ELECTED AT HDUtAWN'S ANNUAL MfTIMG
Albert E. Garnitz To
Serve As President
H
< Xlaurd from I*e I

Project JOth Century Race Rela-
tion* Committee
Mr Gainit/ also sened <>n
committees for the Greater No-
tre Dame Campaign. Bducatioa
: Retarded Children. arhi
V nited Fund
In the South Bend Jewish oom-

ei! in M I \.: --' W in World
War II. MM a founder of 'he St
Jo&e;^i Count; Chapter ( the
Jew tali Wai Veterai \i.-e
:".-m[.le Bet::
dent .' ivtaie r
- n.i mm
(',:! -
man.
. ler-
: to
t
hon rarjr board In
he
'*ond
Dn\e For Jewish Federation ho
; a:: > : the
tee. and G
chairman
Garniti lives on the Gait
in I' -iember
of Wofwiia" ntrv t'lub.
a .-. re he "; : and
|
ted to f<--
the fi
ei
man !> Jei
A.in
<';. Arthui
F dl ft MaMin
Fridovteh, Jack Gainei i,eo
tein I :.
erl .:<-riit/. ||] \ .,,,
tin Kanf
Harry L>
1 ><-
I ken I a in--
Mrs J
M.s-

gmai. Morton Sellner. I-ee Shain-
rMh Mrs Israel Shapiro Jerry
Sherman. Al\in Siege 1. Abram
>il\etman. Qatar daft Jordan
Sag >e: Samuel Soref Mrs Ben-
in Starrels. Joseph Wh;
l>erjj and Paul Zimmerman.
Also Rabbi Arthur Abrams of
Temple Kmanu-Kl. Rabbi Phi.-
lip Labowit^ of Temple Beth B
lael Rabbi Marrtj MHB of Tem-
ple ShoJorn, Rabl I Max '

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':
day. September 20, 1974
+ J(*lit Fkrk&rin < Grealer F.>rl Lcruderdale
Page 11-A
Two Terrorists Killed
1>\ Israel Border Police
Htl iviv "' pa) t :
on a kidnapping
. on were mt. n
,, i. '. last
I, ',\ [aratll lecnrity foi
f them in a briH
fire
I two eacafed into
., fb encountrr took
i the IdmM plateau be-
t itraeH lowai "f Zaril
id Hai '
fill TKRRORISTS h^J man
the Ismri! Mcur
the border but
I I territory
m the Inxi of
I I "1 I
orisl iplinter
n kn twit .in lb* Po
Front which i>
^ i li I .111!
, j b) I bjw ami Iraq
nti includi |
ph''- 'i In Hebftw* .
la ii H i.ii -
THI l\Hl.TR\roRS planned
i k .'. ip hold .i-
urilj -.!! < -aid.
but f *l un
' .in.
T'..' t< ": BiSO
jriel led Ki n hoi i rd rifl haad
immunities, dotonat-
mi! de> ces ''I he*
: |
nd rul
they wer W:i :
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Page 12-A

+JmiUnrrk*r el Great.* Fort Umderdale
Friday. September 20. lgjj
i
Maimed Vets Here for Aid
Bv SIX MACY
NEW YORK VM1 Al-
though Israel has developed a
remarkable r.*-*ck of medical
service* m her short history, the
continual strains of war occasion-
a By l?ave the country *lln
soldiers hose medical needs can
be met best abr
Ever since 1S>*8 I-rael has sent
wounded war -.eterans for medi-
cal help :n oth-r countries, in-
citing the I'nited States, and as
the diagnoses of Y>m Kippur
War veterans w*re made these
pa>t few -" tiMM *"ho
i not obtain adequate h
in Israel m overseas for
care
IRAEI.I WAR vetera--
I" S are sent here b>
Depanment for I tatioa ia
the Mm.-try of Defence, which
pa>< medical and hospital bills.
plane fare, and
for the veteran and his escort
(usually a wife, brother or other
family member)
When they reach the U S the
veterans and their companions
re met by representatives of the
Israeli Consulate in New York,
who take them to a hotel,
register them, and help arrange
medical and social activi-
ties
Rivta Shan, the head of the
Consulate Section in the Coo
sukt^Geaeral of Jsrael ia. Ne*
York, coordinates the activities
of the veteran* and their escorts,
many of whom do not speak Eng-
li-h and have never before left
the.r homeland
CONSITATE staff members
often take the veterans to din-
ner, help their companions shop
and arrange visits to the hos:
if the veterans must stay in one
wnile his companion waits for
the reh_ n process to end
kc some veterans are In
tv>- Q S for as little as four
week- others must stay as long
as one year, said Mrs. Sivan
-They w.ll not leave the V S
i -very-thing possible is done
for them."" she said.
"Many have children at home
and dont like to stay away too
long, but when they come here
the boys are wiling to get as
much care as they can."
Mrs. Sivan said that although
the veterans medical problems
are far ranging, a great many
come for treatments on their
eyes, including the removal of
foreicn bodies from the eye and
training in the use of seeingeye
dogs
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Israel once had a seefng-eye
dog institute, but when the head
df it died, some, years, ago. the
country found that it was too
expensive to maintain such an
in>titute Now Israelis in need of
guide dogs must come to the
US for a four-week training
period.
ON THE day the Jewish Tele
graphic Agency interviewed Mfl
Si\an. a veteran who had re
ceived a guide dog in San
Raphael, outside San Francisco.
ca~e to the consulate of.
'-. hi wife to confirm arrange-
ments fo rhis tnp home that
eventng.
The man had been in German]
I r two week*, during whic
was fitted with class eyes, and
then Tew to San Francisco to
the guide dog institute
H :fe could only see him
on weekends dunng his four
eeks of training, and as soon
as the tra n-.ng was finished the
couple came to New York for a
twoday mi*.
They are anxious to get back
t.i Israel Mrs Sivan said alter
the couple had gone "They have
two children girls, three- and
f:\eyears-old who they left on
their kibbutz."
THE MAN had not beer
his children for a long time, she
said, for after his Yom Kippur
War Injury he had been in thr
hospita! for quite a while, and
'.hen he had been abroad for six
weeks.
While in New York, the man
and his wife purchased a tandem
bicycle so that he could pedal
as his wife did the steering
bought a basketball with a
ring inside, so that he cfl
ne ball's travel b> ear
When the veteran and h;< wif
-' n tfl Israel, he will work on
his kibbutz

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Happy NewYar

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Septembmr 20. 1974
>JmiU tlrrktirtr <* Greater Fort UudecdaU
Page 13-A
-
9?,./,
inqs
|< oitttnaed tr^m la*;e 7-A
irt did not issue an opinion
[that case.
COLPA analysis of the
sreme Court Wheeler decision
led the court's refusal to rule
the First Amendment issue
grounds there was no specific
in to send remedial reading
ichors to non-public schools im
f-souri. However, the COLPA
rmorandum declared that.
Isnificantly."* the Supreme
itirt "went a bit further than
Court of Appeals on this
In! "
|\ REITERATING tnat it was
rtaing no view as to the
' .Muhment clause of any
hictriar program, the Supreme
[ -aid that "the range of
^ tics is a broad one and
\mcndnent implica-
n.iv vary according to the
., counters of the plan that
[f.tmulated For example, a
J : whereby a former i
| hool teacher is paid with
I funds to teach full time
parochial school undoubt
|\ would prcs-nt quite differ
problems than if a ptil>Ii<-
lool teacher, solely under
lie control, is sent into a
.chid school to teach special
nedial courses a few hours a
rk "
COLPA memorandum as
fed that "as if to confirm this
rest straw in the wind
ce rtyroir White in a con
r'-og e>ofViion, and Justice
iam Douglas in dissent.
|nted to the apparent endorse
a majority of justices of
r Ring some form of on the-
in-truction."
AJCongrwi analysis
It not referring to the Sup-
Court comment on the
of p titles m
'First Amendment In
- might van described
in his
ptn n that while
.iiirt inl no opinion
whether usii i funds
rial
\ in private
be constitutional. II In
SINCE THIS would be imper-
missible under the court's recent
cases in which he dissented
he felt encouraged that the court
might be retreating from these
"decisions." Justice Douglas was
described, in the AJCongress
analysis, as dissenting on the
ground that "any use of Title I
funds for parochial school chil-
dren would be unconstitutional."
The COLPA memorandum con-
tended that the Wheeler decision
and the lower court's Marburger
ruling "seems to support" the
conclusion that a general aid
program with a "comparability"
requirement for parochial school
students "would apparently be
I'fuant in terms of overall
C institutional acceptability."
COLPA Mid tins 'would
ilnafe both any open-ended
commitment to parochial educa-
. and the concomitant risk of
periodic confrontations" stem
ming from the possibility of
annual debate and lobbying for
mbore funds for parochial school
aid under Title I.
THE COIPA memorandum
did draw a distinction as to the
acceptability of remedial instruc-
tion for non public school pupils
given away from such schools
and such instruction in the
schools COIJW aruuod that
"remedial instruction programs
employing teachers directly res-
ponsible to public authorities,
who would teach outside of
paroihial school grounds, would
In- acceptable."
In regard to on the premise
instruction, the COLPA con-
clusion was that "some pro-
is were "constitutionally
:
Th \ ''
onal
Supri mc Cou I
:. the Marbui
Is the |
':
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U.S. Will be Supplier -- Peres
JERUSALEM De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres said
that Israel would continue to re-
gard the United States as its
chief source of arms supplies
despite" FrHhcVs decision to end
its seven-year-old embargo on
arms shipments to Israel and the
Arab countries.
Replying to questions on a ra-
dio and television interview.
Peres said there were only two
majnr sources of modern, so-
phisticated weaponry in the
world the U.S. and the Soviet
Union.
FRANCE, he Bold, l Uinc* re-
the f.s. a.s an arms source
f<>: larael in the f...... fu-
Tl e Di fenae Minisi
'-
note from Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo,
the commander of the United
Nations Emergency Force
il'NKFi, advising the govern-
ment of a request to coordinate
th* times and location* 6f Rus-
sian mine-sweeping oj.erat.om
in the Gulf of Sues.
He said Siilasvuo's note mark-
ed the end of a series of pi.
ative actions by Soviet i. ..al
\issels in the Gulf during the
past two weeks.
Peres said the incidents began
two weeks ago when Russian
mine sweeoers and helicopters
for the first time crossed a line
that Israel and Egypt had by the
f.i to agreement established at a
midpoint in the Gulf to separate
their respective lerril
waters.
UK SAID Israel promptly
lodged a complaint with UNEP
and the Russians halted their
violations, but resumed them
four days ago.
Siilasvuo again was advised of
the situation and was told that
Israel had no objection to the
Russian mine-clearing operations
provided they were carried out
in cooperation and coordination
with Israeli forces.
Several provocative actions by
the Russians followed, including
la t Tuesday's waterhose "at-
tack" on Israeli naval patrol
boats h> a Russian mine-sweeper,
u' the delivery of Siilasvuo's
marked an end to the inci-
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"In the setmth month, in the first day of the month, you, memorial proclaimed uith the blast of horns, a Holy comouiiion ."
Lftiuciu 2 5:2?.
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And Staff
extend I)est wishes
for
A Happy Rosh Hashona

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f Greater Fort La waWdata
Friday. September 20
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Eliezer Kroll New Director
Of Israel Alivah Outer
APFV
NEW
Sisterhood Of Margate Meets
Israel Shapiro has completed
his term as regional directs
the Israel Alivah Center here and
tllfItt ttOtl
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where he will resume his prac-
tice of law a::er a three >ear
IMM at*
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New York ; before -
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Kroil settled, ifl I Y Rack
He moved to Jerusalem where
he became director of the voota
department of Keren Hayesod-
l/nited Israel Appeal in 19*4
and was responsible for educa
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and schools abroad
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IV
September 20. 1974
* imi*t FhridMnri of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15-A
\lrs. Wynne Casteel Is United Way Rossmoor Center Set To Open In Mid-November
ipecial Events Chairman For 1975
Wynne M Cuteel, Jr rj
lain hus tx*. n appoint-
events i hail man for
nited Wa)
is urseei 'i pfenning tin
, n kuk-oit dm
lu e I at
0 p.nt wi i'.or t;
m,>. CuteeJ, i lie of Fi Lau-
.1 idfli Wynne i tal i
ber oi the United i;
ol the i
od Development I
\>u Ftl ncll.
'nt
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Council. I ii ,,t the
Ft \m Mas -Hn.lv GhUdMA'fl Th
president, "i
trt I^a^iic o! F|
  • A idu ite of tie T "ni\
    hi .'.! -mi'i Mr- iSaateel is the
    i'. it!ier <>f thnv t.-enagcrs.
    POSITION WANTED
    lu'ual oaaortamty for Canrtaa
    \n r ffaftl U Slain lenr tn H
    riRtO RABtl, 65, 'Xeaaarveiai,"
    nt taeviier rr-tajn'u( I rod
    uniitftUr arafewar fine it*
    ducts intpiriaa mvtkal services.
    rfd ant Conrea.otion aver 30
    rs. Seeks aatitioa far winter
    !*, modfJt talorv ona" livinq
    rtar*.
    Write RAt*l C/0 Keamiti Inn,
    IV in f fir op Main* 0436 I
    ms rvr.vfw m. CAsmt, .
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    JEWISH COMMUNITY IN THE ( NEW YEAR
    THE APPLE TREE
    2881 E. COMMERCIAL BOULEVARD
    Phone 771-1787
    O liter, thi
    and rational complex foi
    Roaan ooi I 'otonut Creek, will be
    I, ened in mid-Novi i I
    mjr tn offtclaai "i tha n
    planned adi.lt community undei
    development Man' Pompano
    ich.
    mk>i Cental will itK-,,iile
    : .i Itoga ussier a ,tual
    r>mi. roamoted I y via Mrs tmi
    passage ways, and will be the
    ial "nerve ci ntei ol the
    5." munity.
    Tke i.n iiit>. opaline, anane $1.7
    n i Bon km < ad a
    one of the finest in Florida
    There wil.....31 000 aq. ft
    door recreational area In
    I Vnii'i; it sriU be ad acent to
    the ihuffleaoexd co 1
    October Will Be
    W Month For
    Hadafltab Chapter
    A kickofl meeting w .1
    ' |j at t "i .'I M: -
    bhiu via
    dei Ft. Lauderdah
    ti : : 1 i 1 last ih,
    eaidents ol
    the nine groups a/en laed
    that krtobar haa been :
    nated a nonth culn
    m 1 meeting Oct 1 at
    t :. SI ne 1 lub, itit
    \ Andrews A\e.. Ft
    dale for all Chaptet pal I
    1 mbei or those w iahing l
    join.
    Guests will
    Cha 1' Mi 4 .'
    Doranv n I Mrs Lippa
    will be ikit
    Kind "t Pao| le 1 '' hal j n
    1 wanted to kn
    da<.;h hut wore a! tsfc
    N.i
    II tie !.'' "ha ip; Mi I
    "on. Af Ml
    Miml Finkel, Armon Gn
    Soloist will i of Shoahana l 1 win
    ed i Ms inetti / k.-: \
    mon (,vi. 111, 1, 1 e Mi an '.
    \ii r n. h
    will be under the rJirectioi

    nship sw imming piil and 1 ith-
    . r outdoor n Ml nal installa-
    tions, Lai ry Uchina, vice 11
    ili-iit oi ma I iiki -^tirni for
    1 a intai em ir mmenl commu-
    nity, -aid
    Men's and women*i enercise
    rm and '; 1.- i' 1' 1
    ,< Yntr:'- rondil Ion ng and
    steal fitness equipment Hob-
    fas and csnft rooms for wood-
    workin -. Jaw
    a 1 1-
    , 1, ational Interests
    ! .1 rushed at the
    Q nl room will
    have 14 tal will
    . itre for pri-
    1
    ' studio,
    ,. 1, .,-. workshop, sewing room
    and music '
    THE NORTH BROWARD SECTION
    Of THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
    OF JEWISH WOMEN
    extends to the Comnun
    its best wishes for the New Year 5735
    Florence Taus, President
    NORTH BROWARD SECTION
    OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
    JEWISH WOMEN
    A discussion of 1975 Travel Programs
    Wednesday evening October 9, 1974
    at 8:00 P.M.
    At First National Bank,
    One Financial Plaza of Fort Lauderdale
    Guest Speaker Samuel Tappis
    N.C.J.W. International Tour Representative
    ARNIE ROSENSTEIN
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    settling, studying, or investing
    in Israel during the coming year
    contact:
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    pert UwdcrtiftW
    Friday. September 20
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    Valiant Struggle of the 'Refusniks' of the Mhipova Street Synagogue
    Russian Jews Wont
    Forget They're Jews
    - No Matter Whal

    By YITALY Rl BIN
    CABBATH
    of Jews gather outside the
    V.> trkhipova
    >. (lie........' unhappy
    about this, at f:r 1 off the
    Ul plot tUBt opposite the \vn-
    -1 leave tl little -pace as
    possible for this gathering
    Then, traffic nil '
    (ran the neal ib tbvou |h
    \ ri tO create as much
    BOtae and nuisance as possible,
    THIS IN turn caused militia-
    mer Jon a-: le -nd deaf-
    en them with megaphonei order-
    "Back to the pavement!
    Don't Interfere with the 'raffic'"
    A few months ago the pavement*
    of Arkhipova Street were nar-
    rowed to make H e\cn more un-
    comfortable.
    Ill spite of th Jews from all
    i .: itrati old and youi
    r. >re I the diaapproval >>f the au-
    riti an I have coma to 'he
    ne pray Lnaida
    and others to meet outaide
    Thia. hodtarer, is only the moal
    conapicuoui expression of the
    of Ion. in Russia to live
    their own life Other forms of
    communication profound and
    Intense are taking place in
    pr-.vate apartment] 91 dj of the
    ii ew langua :' is one
    Tills is .1 remarkable phe-
    n menon In country where Hi
    brew la prohibited ami adhere
    there do not e\nt even minimal
    condition* for iU study, neither
    textbooks nor recording- Even
    broadca tti In H< bren from la-
    World famous ballet stars Valery and Galina Panov, the most celebrated of
    the Soviet Union's "refusniks," who demanded exit visas for emigration to
    Israel, are shown being welcomed in Jerusalem by Rose E. Matzkin. national
    president of Hadassah, after the couple finally won their battle with the aid
    of a storm of world opinion in their behalf. Valery Panov, who is Jewish, was
    ]omed by his non-Jewish wife in a two-year-long struggle against Soviet bureau-
    -ratic and anti-Semitic harrassment that included preventing them from the
    daily prcctice of their art and has loft their professional future in douot.
    been jammed for DC
    Ij two 3
    less, flozens of poo
    pie. maticiai
    .,; ii
    bre e now teaching it to
    amal [route "f Pm Ar ,,r'""
    e 2i)Oi) jiooplc in Mor
    idying Hebrtw.
    In idditioa, specialists who
    pushed out of
    ipations a.s acient
    have created for V. a
    new channel of communication
    . for 'he : Jea ish
    r and culture
    ,- entlj
    an was
    i'i.e only under conditions if
    teat secrecy Wow Jews no
    hide themselves and the
    k openly
    .MOREOVER. 'lhou^h
    < antaanaal <>n Pago Mi
    OUT Of ONt AGONY INTO ANOTHIR HOU SING DfVFlOPMfrVT COMES TO A STALL
    Beersheba Where Soviet Immigrants Find Disappointment
    B) KKIKV <.ilK<>\
    DKaSSBEfM is an all immi-
    '* rant town. The Unit
    Jew ippoal tl "i
    everywhere apparent Among its
    ovm ""*
    wrx. came t<. the
    20 years ago, many who can I i
    settle In t
    the ire ol
    ind even more
    the pa two
    At least one family of new lin-
    ts airived in Bee il i
    the outl the
    V Kip) ir War.
    ihaba is a typical boom
    t iwn, :sme!i style B lldii
    ound. Although more an I
    more nouaing us obvloualy the
    I
    -a-1
    t
    r

    . V P.-izhaze ore of a group of Georgians from Kutaisi, are seated at the entrance ci
    Four of the children of YTHhak ^naze, or y ^ ^^ ^^ bewildemen|> Q failure to under.
    SLlT ^VCS~ SSI u, .^ ,o leave *. op. of ,. Sov*. Un^.
    Inter-
    mine
    tural
    Tin. TOWN roud of
    Its new "re.
    | other
    .,; the peo-
    e < nt with ch pi le 'c> '"e
    the
    mo lorn -" tent lor-
    now going 'r'! "ie
    recently completed n
    iry
    And evnrywbnrn, new nouaing
    projects r|v'' ""' f ln<* encroach-
    ing sand* that are the foun lataon
    and I';'' i i oi this arid
    e As In all imn rant
    devek>pmen1 towns in Israel, the
    ncy, with funds raiaed
    by the I'mted Jewish Appeal la
    onalble to gra it atenl tot
    immigrant aervlcaa
    THESE IM'I.I'DE all social
    service facilities, such as old- i Rl
    liiaiws .in.' di. earn I
    educational
    struction di-
    lation ol In
    c: -
    Driving through ibt,
    aa under
    i uction ;.i n dming new
    ne. fhborJtoodi of
    <>nt baas '?Jewish Floridian
    o| Greater Fort Lauderdale
    Friday, St-Flembe: 20, 1974 Section B


    Pag* 2*
    Friday. September 20
    14(
    2>u.
    iippein tmert
    fer t*uqrc~
    lwHM< (na Page IB
    ruore homes lar new Immigrants
    already here and yet to cvrae.
    But now the yellow bulldozers
    stand idly- b>- the roadside, the
    static finders of giant cranes
    point silently into the shimmer-
    ing heat of a tuuy sky. and there
    is not a solitary construction
    worker in sight. Such ts the af-
    termath of a major war.
    TOE fAKTK 1 LAJt tragedy
    of these stalled housing projects
    is nowhere felt more acutely
    than in the main absorption cen-
    ter, where some 70 families are
    hard at work at the Hebrew ul-
    pan learning their aleph-beth
    hoping within a few months to
    move int.) their own housing
    The chances of their being able
    t<> do so become slimmer every
    day
    "This absorption center works
    on a strict rotation system." ex-
    plains Kliezer. toe director. -We
    can't afford to keep anyone here
    longer than the normal five
    months of the ulpan course, since
    we must make room (or the next
    group who will be Matting to
    take their places and we cer-
    tainly cannot afford to atop the
    present flow of immigrants com-
    ing into the country."
    "But m already know that
    even these few weeks of war will
    cause havoc with housing pro-
    grams. Building has come to a
    total standstill, and every' Clay
    lost can mean a month's delay to
    an immigrant family, with coos*
    quent repercussions all along the
    line when the man has to take
    over an important job in indus-
    try
    IN THE northern part of Beer
    sheba is Shechunat Dated, one
    of the largest new neighbor-
    hoods. Now populated mostly by-
    Soviet immigrants, it is one of
    the largest concentrations of
    Russians in the country.
    Outside a new apartment com-
    plex m meet Yitzhak Pidzhase.
    one of a group of Georgians from
    Kutaisi The Pidzhaze family
    souls eompruing three
    brothers and tsar sisters, their
    mother and their respective
    wives and chiktraa came to
    Israel just one year ago.
    YiUbak. the farra!y s;>okesman.
    speaks fluent Hebrew His *
    of two months is still studying
    Hebrew and will :au>: t:ia>ter t>
    the science faculty <>f the Beer-
    aheba I'mvers.ty
    How has the war a::eote.i
    their community'*
    yiTSHAK N>WKRn
    is not easy for us not to be able
    to fight with our brothers There
    are 500 (ataiin.il 11 :.f llies here.
    we all felt so helpless. All we
    couki do was to
    as volunteers a:: On Krev Su>-n: WC waise.1 IL 5-
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    Yitzhak invites us to visit the
    shelter which the PVlzhaze worn-
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    of colorful wall hangings and
    wven spreads from their native
    Georgia The finest shelter in
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    us with pratl*
    SHUSH AX A. a community
    welfare work.r told -is that the
    shelter normally serves as a
    makeshift community center.
    -Our biggest problem m thi, ,,*.
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    she explained. lty
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    ters for motheni who then c3
    go out to work. W> nee-i^Z
    nursery schools tw
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    Friday, September 20, 1974
    -JmisHhrktiaw o* Greater Fort Lauderdale
    Page 3-B
    When the Czars Needed Jewish Bankers
    IrC.f. ABONSFEI4)
    I ondon (tiro nick* Srndii He
    I^fft. RIWIAN'S who now loiter
    U.iinjrton with the
    r" e'.-i1'
    ..... Bi '
    ted b? |
    menting
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    '
    I !! I IH>T If b s
    wore- fhe
    i They flatly refused but
    led ?h'
    (ted U) be h l< Mi Kb R h
    fe:- nu u bat drc
    ; K feMiM .! I
    be the
    ' for i il
    If fellow Jew- Tl
    * M lack of warning, an.l -
    (hf de il was ben
    gigi another blow
    the verv heart of li
    ^OOOO Jew] two th.r i : immunity were ex-
    lloecow,
    Now the I '. with-
    drew, bowini i sta-
    tion! i>> tfie English house which
    h.id nn share in the busm<
    Lord R
    lpport given
    by Jewish financier* to a Gov-
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    Bonds Help Russian Immigrants to Settle
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    Friday, September 20. 1974
    * Imist fhrkfi&r of Greater Fort LauderdaU
    Page SB
    TH1XK QUESTIONS are also
    ! einf answered in o ir oom-
    i .irii other communities
    : the United Rates, Canada
    tthm pert! of the free
    >re Israel Bonds are sold. The
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    i Hom Irrfnrlrn-l\ itr--..
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    a kmUtfkr*&*r
    Friday.
    1T4
    Publisher Springer Wants Germans to Help
    B EOLT VOGEL
    I m
    THE aUK-ILAX Uaiverstty
    1 M *s conferred
    in honorary doctorate oa the
    Berlin pwbtishing magnate Axei
    Springer
    Tlus uM which has aa
    -.ati-ona! repauooa la the
    world of the art*, focuses a*
    tection oa educating the youn*
    in tr- <
    the Jewish nation an:
    mae the* with the religioas
    cooceou of the Jewish fa
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    withaat the ttgjaxxh to
    together th^Ayenods of
    solitude anctl

    And
    newvpapTsaan
    and almost 3 000 periodicals
    AXEL SnUNCEB is one of
    the many nitrons of the am-
    versify, and .: .- reallv onl> nat
    ural that this assoc-.atios should
    fiad expression :n the award of
    an honorary doctorate Herr
    Springer hrme!f refuses, of
    rounr. to disclose how much
    financial support he has gfaM
    IsraaL
    .AM he ail confirm is that be
    uses all hi* publishing facilities
    to beta Israel There u ao other
    Germany aubiuber who re
    ou.res has journalist*, aewrpa
    pen aad periodicals to comply
    with foar aatats. the secaad af
    which u the "hraciac about of
    reconciliation between Jews and
    Germans tnciu-ling support
    for the Israel, people to livs
    heir lives la thesr owa way '
    He stands for this pnncipie
    la the saaar war that he rejects
    any forms of totalitanaa ism.
    gt'e ms^fstrfved wfwpsrt foe tee
    peaeefu! restoration of German
    unity m freedom in a united,
    free Europe and defends the
    liberal social market economy
    ME HAS m numerous speech-
    es set hu employees a good
    example in this respect He ha*
    charr;>sone"! the Israeli cause
    and said he felt partacularry
    honored wha. after the Six
    Day-Har .n 1987 it j. said he
    had published Israeli new spa
    pers ;n the German language
    in the Federal Repu'
    In Jerusalem he donated the
    library build.at for the israe.i
    museum one of the many ex-
    amples of the beta he has given
    When the ha., ding was dedi-
    cated or. Harm 24. 1900. hl
    said
    "Sometime* 1 air askd 'Why
    do o mat
    '..< i:\e > du an
    answer I -> aifintrt
    been done in
    the name j( Germany car.
    be undone There can be |
    M sense
    the ward The-e r.
    one thi'
    opport. the Tu.-er
    of history has apparently gi\en
    to my na1
    ' H the si.ie
    ts vicissi-
    tudes, the country which the
    children aad br those
    who were murdered by Ger-
    mans have built for themselves.
    To stand side-by side with this
    country -ople in prac
    tical cooperation, showing the
    trust that demands no reciproc
    ity. simolv out of love.
    -NO WHINING self aceusa *
    tion can replace this Nor tha ;
    non-coeaswrttal friendship wmct3
    ifaflrther -
    I uiadrf rwr^r*- i -
    that today uZMQM >>a.-
    the ead af the period of horror.
    it u snore imeortar.
    many to mention this deV
    of the history af our
    frosn time to-time than .: a<
    Than. in-K>45 n
    -are*-nt. the ho
    shock th^ ihame. the >ympa'rtv
    and also the fear of punishment
    we all felt it in our liTib*
    "For our own sake I i;l not
    think it wrong but rathe' taa
    f-rwu for o- Oeraiani
    and push the past out af our
    I In af it i N > one who
    thouxr'- N "-' went
    so"
    AND IN Mr. a
    barf dai> Di" w
    Mafch 2T 197'. a
    .. -.;
    "Reconciliation between Ger
    .
    rrurbv e II v *d prom
    i*iag.> a }: ?' the racaaa-
    prehensible aaafltl if
    That the past couli r M ->e
    come no mat'er how much
    generous rr.a"
    was.made, was clear to all rea-
    sonable people from the very
    beginning
    "But. trraiika tn \b Baf
    God. we seean to have been
    given a chance to master tha
    present aad the future Though
    there was no collective blame,
    there was and itW la. collective
    liability which no German can
    shirk. e.p-ciaJij- Q
    I 1er gener..-
    -But its mater.i
    not have been rr ,
    dubious maneu\T
    dulgences ;f IN .r
    tent had been devoid
    whole force of our
    and our attitude
    -aXCOXnUATION
    O.-inans and Jews
    -
    not a task which can be ,
    about through dip4*
    tsoas with Israel alone ,
    net an inrtmraent ah
    fuccev-fully applied to hat
    intended at state^rr^
    tralit) and a tactical
    of cool heads and c<>
    Vhi e apprec.a- | -^
    for good relations attl
    tions. in the case of I
    German commitmen'
    clearer F%en M v ,
    cloasag >f Au relations with the cour
    lew* are no:
    tatsafcsatj p*~
    Th<* older a*M
    in the event
    iy could orl
    ftaafeaj *.th the
    new t.: 1:e It wouM
    M snivuoderstandir.
    '
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    "jt action, silent -.
    wink of an eye.
    -THFi Mt >T -nake
    and show that there
    half hearted about a.
    for the Jews and U
    Thi* also means th.
    enemies cannat be
    and that there can b
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    by moral obligatioas
    When a German .* >
    in Israel or by a Jtw.r.
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    nations are moving
    gether. a step nearer.:, w
    comine the cruel past.
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    lAJhen the Kszars iXJere JLjesperate for Jfew5
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    Russian solvency.
    Others again believed that
    once concessions were ordained
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    fail to brine about equal if not
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    force the Cxar to come to terras
    with the liberals.
    -We should.- (it waa said), "in
    the interests of the Russian
    Jews, rejoice profoundly at a
    clone association with the pro-
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    association with the Autocracy."
    and the only hope now was that
    "the Cxar cannot govern the
    country against the wishes of his
    people without plunging deeper
    aad deeper into the financial
    mire."
    TBS BOPE was frail, had been
    disappointed before and fared
    ao better now. It waa not even
    entertained in America The l\S
    Jewish bankers were determined
    to use what power they had to
    secure justice for the Russian
    Jews.
    The Russian* clearly realised
    what was at stake when they
    made what must have seemed to
    them the shrewd move of ap-
    pointing a Jewish financial agent
    for the sole purpose of appeasing
    the U.S. Jewish bankers. Gre-
    gory Wilensrtn made, in fart, a
    most favorable impression
    except on one man who hap-
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    as well as the mast zealous eon-
    vsctions Jacob H Scruff, head
    of Kuhn. Leah Co.
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    STHIFF WOULD not listen to
    the argument that by refusing a
    loan he was "doing incalculable
    harm to the can of Russian
    Jews hT1tOMfi*"W was "
    that in wielding his nr-raaging
    influence, he waa championing
    not only the Jewish canst, bat
    (as he ance captained) "the
    moat sacred of human rights" in
    the defense of which "the United
    States should be only too eager
    and proud to take the first lead-
    ing step."
    So rewlted was Schiff that he
    willingly engaged upon what
    proved Ins most important in-
    ternational undertaking fi-
    nancial aid for Japan in her war
    (of 1MM) which he regarded M
    a welcome opportunity to teach
    the Russians ao object teasoa.
    In this respect his pohcy dif-
    fered from that of the London
    Rothschilds who hoped that tnere
    would be no showdown aad
    avowed their sympathy for Japan
    only after the Bntiah Govern-
    ment had signalled agreement.
    Bui Schiff had a wider and
    perhaps a fiery vision Realuing
    the moral stakes involved, he
    called on Jewish bankers all over
    Europe to follow his example
    and not only decline, but work
    with all their uuzht against any
    Russian loans so long as exist-
    ing conditions continue "
    "WE IN THE United States
    would have to bow our heads in
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    that we had no laager the right
    ftiday.
    to seek the good urffl g^ ^
    offices nf our own Government
    oa behalf of our oport^
    brethren in race, if our infhies>
    Ual coreligionists In Europe ^
    not at least use the mean* *
    their command to make the JW
    siaa Gevcrnaynt feel Oat it can-
    not far ever continue with ig>
    -munity its shanseful policy to-
    wards its Jewish aahjects."
    Suefc *** h* insisted,
    we do interferente in domestic!
    affairs as the Bisns claimed
    like so many other evil-doer, ^
    ore and after them, and prn.
    poetically be died "the le**,
    that even the greatest and most
    powerful, whether an individual
    or a whole empire, cannot mi
    aad go unpunished, and that
    sooner or later justice from on
    High will overtake even the
    mightiest of nations.**
    RE WAS not the only prophet
    Foremast U S. Jewish journals
    thought A "absurdly indecent' ta
    treat with the asodtrn Pharaoh
    ueileea the people arc gbag
    a voice in the gaverament sod
    on this fierce deamaeiaticc Granst tyraaay. the ooauxc re-
    vohrtton was forecast hi terms
    that soon proved weirdly. liter-
    ally true:
    "The expected revolution wifl
    burst and drench Russia a
    flood of internecine warfare Tbs
    revolution, when it comes to Rus-
    sia will be one of the mos)
    frightful ever known to history.
    The reign of terror will seem so
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    "By HAIM SCHACHTER
    / |N Tin evening of Arnjml 28.
    exes* met 'hi Basle It marked
    a .turning yu.nt in Zionist en-
    dUi or* ,ar.U inaugurated j new
    chjptpr in Jewish history At that
    C^urja^ vth*.Wpr'.d Zionist Or
    j-yutftwn. came into bein< and.
    aZueraf DUtif. 'the Jewish State
    The Stele e* QNm I was. in fact.
    ptfeelatMrif #> year later ilmosl
    11 *pt*cH. h"..<*-prophesied
    THf ZIONIST Congress, which
    turned o'.it a new an I i
    porrofcf i feaT in Jewish histor>
    wVf'rfrrt trre f:r-t endeavor to
    fpftptTlt J.wih leaders
    from irfl mieri of the world in
    vr-trThetp joIvi the Jev
    fB cm in 'he' 7 11\ _th
    t4Wi4hfhenf *uh
    ir^nieiard In Ereti Israel
    -^fcw> attempt! !u : lven made
    in previous y* trstoi tnvenc such
    QttOgrgMCl A.l of tin':., how
    e^Yr. ^ad EnM.
    "*.\ far bad as !Wi. r>r Isidore
    rTiim onVpf fhe founder* of the
    Jewfjh Students' Soclet) which
    pftifVssed Jewish nationalist lean
    iM, wMch was set up in Berlin
    !Mf wrote in his book en-
    tffled "A Century of Jewish
    ('.mancipation and Its Christian
    Advocate*" Leipiic 1861) that.
    in. J^ opinion, the best solution
    of,the 4tfw-uh question was the
    ^establishment of a Jewish State
    in Paijsiipt.
    IX THAT publication, he pro-
    posed the setting up of a com-
    mittee for the Durpose of con-
    vening in Berlin a Congress
    consisting of representatives of
    Jewish communities in Europe as
    wfll as in America, which should
    w#rk out a detailed proposal to
    Point for (he Zionists at Their Basle Congress
    i'in-k 11 tfteory, although it prt>
    po-. [abHshnv nt of a Jew
    ish Sui- le Palestine.
    J'i order t kxsjalixe thi.> Mhei
    h<- advo.ated the convening of j

    Jewi-h Assembly" whiofa was 6o
    il with the rsapuaaibiL
    if decidsBg the late .>f future
    In Si-browel's opinion. the Al-
    liance iscaeJiU? which enjoyed
    ( ontlnufd on.-WWre ll-B
    UK. THFODOR HIK/I.
    stroke of Kenius
    b> presented, t*1i -lie six {real now
    lli< rail mt w.-.h no resvonsa
    In 1881. Pr U PlnMtM
    broujht ou' his./am "J' "Auto-
    En an : ptjtiesv in which he urged
    th- A to rely on Mti I
    assistance, but to go forward m
    solid tanks) towards ihe solation
    oi th Jewish problem in order
    to scosM a nation airain and to
    reestablish, a homeland
    Remarkably <'nou,jh. Here! him-
    self read "Auto- Emancipation"
    only after he had published "The
    Jewish State'' in !*>. and be is
    recorded to bf.ve ,ajd to bis
    friend and successor. David Wolff-
    sohn. "" I had read it earlier.
    The Jewish State' would have re-
    mained unwritten."
    SOME MONTHS before the pu-
    blication of Plnsker's historic
    booklet, a certain Lemberg Jew.
    Moses Schremel. brought out s
    booklet cslled "The Solution f
    the Jewish Question," which anti-
    cipated and ciosery resembled

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    < ne of the Poigat pkflBta, li-
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    and qua I
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    nternationally known Anier:
    label of H. l.ee O.. the U
    plant aporti half of its annual
    output to European mark'
    Another of the Poigat fac-
    ones. Bagir. is a new. air-con-
    oned plant employing more
    m 500 men and women. *(
    whom some 200 are new immi-
    BMoQy from Ru.-~:a
    Arabs from the sun-oum!
    area ,il- ant. and
    receive equal treatment and
    wages the f .ture.
    cant
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    annual i
    itself '"i Tnumi-h of Is-
    rael built fi\e yeais a
    the lid "! Israel Bond deve
    ment funds, is located in the new
    al dhttfid "( Jerusalem.
    Ita 400 employees, mostly
    women, work in a modern, well-
    lighted, air-conditioned plant
    which manufactures a line of
    w\men's underwear and founda-
    tion carroents. The company ai?o
    ..les a smaller pi int with
    I Mi in the Beersheba
    I another P.
    siar.
    ngineer at the Tri-

    saler. Hia w (.
    DEffm m nan*
    the K

    has plans for immediate
    the present rar
    hire
    sorr- nal workers this
    year.
    part of il tit 1

    Israeli society, Triumph makes a
    -,".ir' oi hiring newcomers when-
    ever More than thirty
    new immigrants., must of them
    from the So\ let Inum. are now
    working at th.- plant. They re-
    Isiaal Bonds help lncreaae exports. Uri Spieser. who come to
    Iaraal from Moscow, uses a modern bond aaw to cut mala-
    rial at factory producing women's undergarments, with 80
    par cant of output for the export market.
    ceive free Hebrew lessons at a
    special "Ulpan- < langthlW^ln
    stnictum program* located at
    tlie fact-
    Laat few, Isaac Raba>ov was
    a >r>emaker in the Soviet rwor.
    One of the " he
    mm work] at i
    e he ojierates an au-
    i i '. ment
    \i.\ in m UITZ. ai
    new
    planner
    factory in Jei salem.
    Rim. the largest furniture
    . in Israel, is located on
    l(W. ta of Jerusalem,
    .nded rune years ago Ml 0-
    aandfll assistance from State of
    Israel Bomls. Rim today operates
    a 150,000 sq ft I'lant ami has
    a work force of 200. Among the
    employees are many new immi-
    grants from Russia, while many
    lie worker, in the asset:.
    section are Arabs, including the
    an.
    Uka many Other factories
    a R .!
    .n^ ami
    n \Na: Kev
    niiel were ca led up to the
    leak about hali
    : re-war
    n ievels.
    Tlir. FMTORY
    variety of housi
    incl-idine kitchen
    stem!
    Rims
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    -menu, hiding Alhl' JJjl
    furniture. .,* JT?
    uccess has been rJ!|
    prod' utilizing ,,,,, Tl
    use of laminate.!
    of wood, af which there u J
    tage in Israel.
    l";> to now most
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    iNew University of (he Negev Will House David Ben-Gurion's Papers
    By DR. ZVI ANKORI
    d \\ kri.ookin<; the
    ' David ami Paula Ben-Gurton,
    ,ery c oi the Biblical Wilderness
    tandi lurion
    in Stfe Boker.
    In the b'lildiin 'i undei grain i
    Ben-Gurlon'i papen
    oorabilia will I*- housed
    .i \t (wo 01 tl
    the comptetloi
    Research Institute tnd
    . .'v I tl till
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    f t he Si Here
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    with a
    today as
    compered with 1.300 in 1969.
    i>n between the unlvei Ity
    and the Arm i an i onwaunh .
    maintained through the An
    (iiiiint) I'm-
    vei iltj ol tin
    THR IMPORTANCK Of the
    I
    reaeai h and I mol be
    ' i i itimated in a m erlean
    them with, w M I i jton
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    Ull.lt >;.
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    1 Zionist the
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    Tilt: s \\ i\(. :Tll| n, | |
    conservation of tbjs Ben-Gui
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    ihi: architect of the modern sut.' ei Israel v.i-^\ Hen
    Gorton, died at the dawn of the outgoing Hebrew year One
    of his favorite projects was the establishment of a center of
    learninj in the Negev, that vast desert wasteland m
    which Ben-Gurtofl -aw [srsel'i future Bea-GurJoa, himself.
    lived in the Negev at Sds Boll1 and served as an example for
    DJJ Isnelil who tend to congregate in the nation's three
    largest cities T. 1 Aviv. Jerusalem and Haifa Hen^iurion
    argued that if young Isnelil would not follow nil lead they
    would prove that !srae!*i pioneerinf spirit tfsji giving waj to
    "inopolitan'sm. middle class d< a:..I possibl) the
    I of the Ziom-! dream.
    DAVID BFN (.1 RION
    t^i-k ol in>
    late Urgency. Scattered at
    present in a number >>i localities
    undi tioni which do not
    assure thi fety, the
    indexed, i the
    iti itudy "f
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    In ad tioi to in* nts and
    ipts emanating f i
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    leel che oral memoirs "f
    and nterviews with Ben-Gurioi i
    Including per
    olitical collabora-
    and opponents and fellow
    ben "i the Labor Zionist
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    DR. HEHZL IN HIS YOUNGER YEAHS WITH ZIONIST COLLEAGUES
    ct '>>( Z #
    (oitlwH from Page 11-B
    great author. t and respect
    should have convoked the Con-
    gresa.
    ML 1MB, after he had
    joined the Hovevei Zion Move-
    lent calied a meeting .n Odessa
    ir 1882 of the leading
    the movement of Jewiea revival
    lor the purpose of convening a
    Congress of delegate* rearon
    ing all er*anuat.
    Ereti Israel.
    The result a^ the famous K,,-
    towttz Conference o: Kowawj. -
    1884. which mas attended b> rep-
    resentatives of Hovevei Zion so-
    c.eties in Russia and a small num-
    ber of delegates from Germany.
    France. England and Rumania
    Soon ho-Mr .:. transpired I
    the Kattowstz Conference failed
    in bnn r> about an am-lgama
    bon of an Hibbath 7 |
    Association* into one world move-
    ment
    la Pari*. the Jewish Student.
    Association "Nosei Nes Zion "
    (The Bearers of the Banner of
    Zion i. decided to convene a Jew-
    ish National Congress of their
    own
    INCIDENT \LLY. amonc then-
    leaders was S Woronoff. who was
    tn later year; to gain universal
    fame by his attempts to bring
    it re-uvenation through the
    Wanting of monkev glands
    into W men.
    They informed Dr Pinsker of
    their decision to convene a Zion-
    ist Congress in Pans la Aaftact.
    1880. entertaining the nop* that
    Dr PiB'ker and the Hovevei Zion
    Associations would welcome their
    initiative and attend the Confer-
    whe were tc pi-> such an import
    ant rolt ^orld Z:on<>:
    gan.'zation of later \ears, took jp
    idea of a ZionM (. ongres*
    wit a enthusiasm
    The Ter/llor-.al Conference
    -... :a 1883
    passed a r- mhftioa tj th.- :' I
    and Dr Nathan tfrr.baum. leaaer
    nut pro-
    the id- i vet krj
    Sclh.-: amj.'-.r. p*:ion
    A; -h- .am? .me the idea o!
    convening a Congress began M
    H society of
    Berlin, called "Young I>rae:.'
    wtuch was beaded by Dr BnvJ
    rich Loewe.
    AT THE initiative of these two
    leaders, a preparatory co-
    was set up in 1893 with a \ I
    convening a Congress in
    Beriin during the Passover of
    18M An agenda was drawn
    a program for practical work was
    drafted, subverts for addresses on
    topics a.- organization, pro
    paganda. education, the dissem.
    na::.*n of Hebrew ajricalt-jral
    Vxent in Fr.tr I*ra-' a-'
    ^ vm-u'. prob
    - *r* j .-.ded upon, and
    rpeakers were ass.gned
    rever. not- r :-
    I -"
    88S Profranar Belkowaki.
    of -fia ad
    dt^**ed a memorandum to lead
    ..-es ewjptiaataing
    ag up
    a jr 1 nja
    the *
    d be a" only
    4 a Con-
    1\ NOVFMRFJt of that >ear
    -1 leaders from van-
    Balkan countries met in Bel
    knwsk; < home in Sofia, and it a
    that Belkowsk: learned that
    BcnTl The Jewisn State"" had
    -ed
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    Herri's disposal It no. sleft to
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    THE ZIONIST Societies whaeh
    case into beams in Germany.
    Aartria and Galioa took up a
    dif'ere-t stand In I8M they ad-
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    world wide Zionist Parliament
    hut evoked na
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    tritaaU
    (oatinutd from Pajt
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    made several attempt to register
    their educational groups as the
    law requires, the Soviet authori
    ties did not fine their conseat
    But now they know that it is
    impossible to liquidate these
    forms of Jewish life without mass
    repressions.
    At the center of this Jewish
    community created anew are peo-
    ple whose applications for per-
    mission to go to Israel have been
    JDisappoinlntert tor

    miqres
    ( ontinuod freed Fag* IB
    all/nil has brought Ui Beershebe.
    U to other immigrant centers, is
    thai of (-oping with the aged and
    the infirm, ato constitute much
    than a small percentage of
    tht total influx of immigrants.
    More than 100 aged newcom-
    ers, almost all from the Soviet
    Union, aie housed in "tempo-
    rary" accommodations three
    dilapidated houses badly in need
    of renovation which were rented
    in downtown Beers h.-ba more
    than a year ago.
    THF.MK PEOPLE do not want
    to stay at an o!<1ge home says
    Fanny, a social worker who is
    herself of Russian origin.
    They ha\e already been
    through so much before they
    . t [araal that they look for
    a Iitt.e and some com-
    forts for their remaining years.
    As long as we could, we pro-
    vided rental housing or one-room
    a; art merits
    The Jewish Agency set them
    up with all the essentials a
    refrigerator, cooker, basic furni-
    ture and utensils, and we ran a
    daily meals-on-wheels service to
    ensure their getting a hot meal
    each day. But now there simply
    is no housing available for them
    to move into Now we can only-
    look after those here in the
    home.
    " As for the possibility of hous-
    ing for them in the future, with
    building now at a standstill, we
    realize that priority after the
    war must be given to young peo-
    ple with children All we can do
    i- k> look for more 'temporary'
    rumodations to house the i. I
    that keep coming "
    rejected. Many of them have
    been unemployed for years, re-
    garded as outcasts and pushed
    ut of Soviet life.
    They have been refused the
    right to emigrate on the grounds
    either that they are important
    specialists or have had connec-
    tion with St-te secrets in their
    work (in mo>t cases a pretext
    palpably untrue) A special term
    has been coined for this group.
    "Otkazniks" tn,u "otkaz," to
    refuse.
    Russian 'tx: are emigrating
    mainly because they understand
    that it is njt possible to live in
    a courtry imbued with policies of
    discrimination against them only
    at the price 3f their human and
    national dienitv
    THEY MtF. 'Tyin? now to find
    their home in "the Promised
    Land'' to which they are historic
    thonties which has put the Orkaz-
    niks in their desperate situation
    has primarily harmed these au-
    thorities themselves It is precise-
    ally attached And this by people
    who "w^viously could not view
    emigration as a possible option.
    It is an option which is now as
    attractive as it is frightening
    In the past, a Jew who decided
    to emigrate and openly declared
    this, found himself in total isola-
    tion within the typical collective
    Soviet society.
    But now when he strives to
    contact other Jews who have
    chosen tl.e same course, he find*
    forms ci Jewish life unheard of
    only two yaam ago There is an
    innet tone which is consolidat-
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    continuity which mas necessary
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    of the "Education Tax Law." it
    was the Otkazniks who explained
    to Western public opinion the
    ugly dimensions of this measure.
    They scored an important vic-
    tory' An unprecedented wave of
    protests compelled the Soviet au-
    thorities to write off the law in
    practice, so that emigration was
    able to continue.
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    By MKIR CHARNIAI
    AT THE approach of Rosh
    Ha-ihona. cur thoughts turn
    to pr. If, ita meaning to
    us as Jews and its value in Jew
    ish survival Id dipping through
    basic Jewish classics. I find that
    UN the great philosophers,
    theologians and religious lead
    m and spokesmen probe the
    meaning of pray'1-, and come
    up with diffrrent concepts
    We all stand in judgment be
    fore God during the High Holy
    I>ays and. of course, we pray.
    both as individuals and as
    members of a communityfor
    forgiveness. Abraham Joshua
    Heaebel, in "ilao'i Quest for
    God." tells us the foUowinf
    "IT IS not safe to pray alone
    Tradition Inaiftl Hul we pray
    with, and as a part of. the com-
    munity, that public- worship i<
    preferable u~ private worahio*'
    Then he added. "Those who
    chrnsh genuine prayer, >ot foci
    .v..r frOB
    worship because of the sterility
    of rn. p today, seem
    to believe that private prayer
    la Uk i ay.
    Yet, the truth ta that pi
    prayer will not turvive 111
    As we pray this Rosh Hashcna
    for individual souls and for Jew-
    ish souls all over the world, we
    also pray that Israel remain se-
    cure and be permitted to develop
    its cities, its soil and its industry.
    The commonality of interest
    between us ties us together in
    an unbreakable bond, and we
    must pray that it remain so.
    nspired by pub".
    Th* *aj of ihi recluse, Um i *
    cluaivt concern with personal
    salvat.on. pletj in
    the community is an ?(". of im-
    piety '
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    Dr Heschel made a
    penetrating p Hi about Juda-
    ism, and relatei il ti prayer in
    commun.cn with Othen
    idaiam is nol only the ad-
    herence I doctrines
    and observant- but primarily
    living in the spiritual order of
    the Jewish r- imng in
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    BRUNA SCREEN ENCLOSURES
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    It n not a doctrine, an
    faith, bet the covenant
    God and the people
    Our share m hoovts wo ac-
    quire by limif is the Jewish
    comBmojjT What wo do at in-
    dividuals it a trivial episode:
    what wo attain as Israel rouses
    as to become a part of eter-
    nity."
    llf TIBS itrmec for eternity.
    1a this desire (or unity with
    one's 00m people Jews gather
    together 011 Rooh Haahona
    wen they cannot seem to find
    rno time to come tapether 00
    other holidaysand pray Thus,
    "the Jew does not stand alone
    before Cod." according to Dr
    Hescbel "It is as a member of
    the cemnmnit) that he stand*
    before God"
    Nevertheless, prayer is also
    an individual net. and Rabbi
    Nachronn of Bratzlav. as para
    hrased by Martin Rub.-r clan
    fied the significance of per-
    sonal prayer in these poetic
    words:
    "I-et everyone cry out to God
    and lift up his heart 1o Him. as
    if he wove hanjnng by a hair
    ,-U a unfit mm* raffiac to
    k* very benrt of henven so
    hat he 4* net know what to
    lo. and he had asit no mere
    urn* left to cry on*. And in
    rutii there is no coeueel and
    -o refuge lor htm to save to
    -emnm alone and to Itft up h
    eye* and his heart to God and
    to cry out to Mm. One should
    do thai at all times, for a man
    a in (treat dancer in the world.'-
    A man is in urea* dancer
    in the world and if man
    rhe Jewrecoenjres himself as
    port of his people, then man
    -aeeot hut be anmoos not only.
    ibout himseW but Ms people
    TIB IS why the Jew re
    ipood* to the call of his fellow
    Jew even here in the world
    nd wny "Kol Vlsrael Chavenm"
    -all Jews are Brothers
    Besides prayer 10 the syna-
    gogueboth the private and the
    pgbhc act what can we. aa
    i\e* of an entire people' as
    so face the challenge of the
    Sew Year*
    We can. and most, of course.
    pray for world pence
    The Hebrew Prophets, f ere
    and demanding as they wen-.
    understood that peace was pn
    , there was to bt pro
    nWJath*. world In thr sn-ni,
    of taw Prophets do ee tu>6 tn*
    mo-* 'loque- epousaU fo,
    poece #' .. inherent in our f ,
    that -w pray forend *,_
    Other pensions concur .(-d by
    the anrord. and left trails at
    death, bloodshed and ma*Ncr
    in their wake This Is foreira t
    the Jew It has been peace not
    the sumrd for the Jew
    AN* IW toda> sj th
    Jewieh State of Iirael prayi (n
    peace, rails for peace r.>lcins
    with adamant and
    rncmies. the weapons of th
    Jewish State are collects and
    purchased in the devout -opt
    that thev never win be 11J
    And an, as we pray this Ro
    Hasheea for individual -oul<
    and for Jewish souls aJ vrt
    she word we also pra>
    reel remain secure and N per
    rmtted to devrlo'
    soil and its industry
    We pud pray. too. for 1 rre-
    tinaatirn of the partner-h r re
    tween the Jews of Israe' and
    Jie Jew. of the t'nite<* S 1
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    Today as Jews everywhere turn back to a
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    f\NE OF the most memorable rites to cist a
    lasting impression on the worshiper during
    the Hieh Holy Days services is the sounding ot
    the ShofarIhmi iihn i wwwenWimW^le en
    tire hushed congregation, young and old alike,
    brace their thoughts and feelings against the
    shrill, piercing blast that has called upon Jews
    down through the ages to awaken to full spiritual
    consciousness
    This is as :t should be. for the shofar has al-
    ways t\pifii'<) 'ho tVMtatting Trad.tional charac
    ter of the Jewish taith
    Reaching back late remote beginnings of
    Judaim as a Battens! the sound of tb>
    shofar issued f t- ; Sinu in what j.
    the most solemn moment in Jew Ish hi-* ry It
    was also present at other meaningful turn
    triumphant >, talon a- when the martial blael
    of the >hofar wa the wal
    Jericho collapsed before Joshua and the people,
    and on festive occasion*, as the dedication by
    David o: a Dew ;>a\. ;.>n for the Ark of the
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    WITH THF iwlhlf exception af cerUin
    of reeds the shofar la the oldest surviving form
    of wind instrument White a variety of other typos
    of musical instruments were used in the Temple
    and developed and improve! subsequently for
    ritual purpose?, the shofar has never varied in
    structure from its ancient simplicity
    According to Jewish law, the shofar used for
    ritual purposes may be made from the horns of
    any kosher animal, except the cow The exception
    was instituted as a reminder of the incident of
    the golden calf, when the .Jews, folio wing the
    ,-xodus from Fgyt. faltered in men* raltTTduring
    the absence of Moses on Mount Sinai.
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    male from the horn of the wild goat, "straigtv
    with its mouthpiece overlaid with gold."
    Subsequent'), more popular for use as a shofar
    was the ram s horn which served as a reman
    ,1 th< Bit.hr nc-lent -. which Abraham proved
    himself ready to sacrifice his son. Isaac, but. at
    laat m Mtc *< miraculously produ.
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    lishment bat in informal coopera
    uon wrth its institutions and
    agencies, hat been quietly de-
    veloping and field tatting expert
    mental approaches to stimulate
    worship, edacatioa. and Jewieh
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    The existence and purposes of
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    and amplified by its founder.
    Rabbi Jonathan D. Lev inc. a New
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    RAftftl LEVTN'E stressed that
    the CCJ was not a membership
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    Describing the CCJ as a "re-
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    are available to all" He told tha
    190 supporters at the convocation
    that, after two yean of experi-
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    This has been the cane ever since the years of
    the great miu immigration some 100 years ago;
    this is also the case now with Jewish newcomer*
    arriving from the Soviet Union
    Soviet Jewish immiirrants who prefer to he
    settled in c...es outide of New York are bein,'
    Misted in absorption b* the loeal Jewish Fed
    erations in the communities where thy choose
    to live.
    IN NEW YORE 'h-; mttM rirried mH hv
    the New York Association for New Americans,
    better known by its shortened name NY ANA Now
    celebrating it* 25th year of existence. NYA.NA
    can boast of the fact that since its establishment
    it has assisted more than 150.000 Jewish immi
    grants to become settled in New York
    It receives its funds from the United Jewish
    Appeal
    During the firt fiur yar of its existence,
    when the Jewish DP's who survived the Nazi re-
    gime in Furopesn hnds b*gan to come to the
    United States. NYANA helped about 50.000 of
    then to settle in Greater New York.
    SOON THE wave of Jewish refugees from
    Hungary started Then Jews from Tuba began to
    arrive, in thi* country as refugees from the Castro
    regime.
    Thi- u.i- followed by i wave of Jewuh refu
    gees from Czechoslovakia after the 1SW8 Ru>ian
    invasion.
    Later b^gan the breed emigration <>f Jewi
    from Communist Poland where all Jewsinclud
    ing Communist J-*swere branded by the au
    New York
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    By BOWS SMOLAJt
    th ri'ies as "Zioniiti"' and were brutally per
    ecuted
    Many Egyptian Jews who succeeded m gri\.r.
    out of their country also arrived in the In/
    States during that period and were even aid b>
    NYANA
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    i-h imn:.rin'% !rom the Soviet Union, about
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    >f 'nMB the Soviet Union have been as-
    sisted by NYANA to establish themselves in New
    York.
    Sino* Ia*t August when the U.S. government
    instituted new tad speedier procedures for the
    admission of Jewish imnugrtnti from Russia,
    NY AN A has helped to resettle 1.200 newcomers
    from the Soviet Union
    The help for an average family consists of
    payment of rent for three months, basic furnish
    ings fof apartments, maintenance until employ
    ment U aecured. food where the family cannot
    be received by friends, intensive English courses,
    and special needs such as clothing and medical
    care.
    The average total cost of this aid was about
    $1,300 for a family of four until last year Be
    rause of the wildly growing inflation, it may sub-
    -.antiaBy increase now.
    MO$T OF the immigrants become independent
    three months after their arrival But there are
    also tome who require NYANA s support for
    about six months.
    Particularly difficult is the finding of jobs for
    n.-wcomers who fall into the professional cate-
    gory. It is much easier for NYANA to place s
    factory worker who speaks only Russianand
    Yiddishthan It is to place a doctor or an en
    gineer who knows no Engh>h.
    NYANA sends many of the newcomer profe*
    Monals to private English courses for which it
    pays. But even th*n. language knowledge is still
    often barely adequate for them to obtain em-
    ployment in their professions.
    Added to the language barrier is also the fact
    that most professions in thi country are licensed
    and examinations are required of all who have
    received their training in foreign countries.
    THE MOST difficult is the examination re-
    quired from medical graduates of foreign lands
    who want to practice as physicians in this coun-
    try. A physician from Russia must have intensive
    preparaVn in this country before he succeeds
    in passing this examination. Medicine in the
    Soviet Union is far below the American standard,
    and so are engineering and other professions.
    Despite all the obstacles. 85 percent of all
    the newcomers from the Soviet Union are in
    their own apartments within one or two months
    of arrival. Within six months, the average family
    is fully self-supporting, and no longer require*
    assistance from NYANA.
    It is interesting to note the impact of the
    recent influx of Soviet Jews on the Jewish com-
    munity in New York. There are now Jewish
    neighborhoods, such as Brooklyn's Boro Park,
    which have been revitalized by the newcomers.
    DURING PASSOVER this year, some 450
    Soviet Jewish families in New York held se.lers
    at their homessome for the first time in their
    livesarranged for them by NYANA.
    Others attended community seders. Still others
    were invited to private homes as guests for the
    seder All Jewish newcomers from the Soviet
    Union display the determination not to become
    a public burden "and to make good" in America
    A few years ago NYANA instituted a policy
    of asking families of newcomers to repay the fi
    nancial help given to them, when they were able
    to do to This loan program is working very sue
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    ish religious ana communal in-
    stitutions and their members.
    HE CITED Likrat Shabbat
    (Greeting the Sabbath), a new
    text toi both home- and syma-
    gogue Sabbath eve observance,
    as an example of the CCJ ap-
    proach
    Two years ago. the CCJ began
    with a study of the gradual dis-
    appearance of Sabbath F.ve ob-
    -rvances in Jewish homes, par-
    ticularly those of younger fam
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    Both lay and professional Jew-
    ish leaders in some 35 commu-
    nities were interviewed m Bm
    problem and what micht he done
    to help deal with it, Rabbi Levine
    said.
    Rahbi Irvine said at the con
    vocation that the growing tend
    me* to transfer Jewish observ-
    ance and religious activitiei to
    the congregational setting over
    looked 'the centralily of the
    home in Judaism and contributes
    to the deterioration."
    HE SAID the CCJ set out to
    provide "concrete, practical aids
    for revitalizing home observance
    In a lively and meaningful way."
    and linked to an effort at syn-
    thesis o<* Jewish tradition*! am?
    contemporary material.
    likrat Shabbat contains a 75
    page section for home Sabbatt
    observance. The CCJ also pre-
    pared an instructional cassette
    for use with the text.
    The cassette conttias table
    hymns, the blessthjTover the
    candles, the kiddush and Grace,
    after the meal. Rabbi Levine said
    that during the five months since
    la.-t rnUritOta, rM text had been
    introduced in congregations, com
    munity centers and Jewish homos
    in more tnan 100 communities
    I he HH4TIU is being used in
    Minilar settings m about 40 com
    mumties. he sjiJ
    1 IKRAT Shabbat contains 150
    pages of contemporary material.
    including poetry and excerpts
    from the Wlitinfi of modern Jew
    i-h thinker-, as well as the full
    range of traditional prayers, and
    can therefore be used for either
    a traditional Sabbath Eve service
    or an experimental one It is the
    first text to offer such a range.
    Rabbi I-oune said
    Rabbi Levine said Likrat Shab
    bat was conceived as a "trans
    denominational" resource and
    that it has proved to he that He
    said Ue response in the Conserva-
    tive movement bad been "over
    whelming "
    He said that, because there is
    a large amount of Hebrew in the
    text, the CCJ felt that Reforsa
    congregations anigHt net be intae-
    -sted but that, in feet, several
    have adopted it for use in their
    J-*nda) evening services.
    HE ADDED that even some II
    to 20 Orthodox rabbis have infor-
    mally endorsed the Likrat Stub
    bat package and suggested its
    use by congregants.
    The SAycarotd innovator said
    that CCJ officials were in sgree-
    ment that its loose structure
    should he maintained. Rabbi Le
    vine cited as one reason the CCJ
    experience with a Passover home
    casette.
    This was created in response
    to feedback from field work in
    dicating that thousands of young
    er families were strongly inter
    . -te participation in their homes hut
    that they lacked either the knowl
    edge or the desire for a tradition-
    al seder or any of the available
    alternatives.
    AC'COtUMNGLT. s Pasaover
    program was developed snd dis-
    tributed to about two doasn fam
    ilies in some 12 communities The
    feedback. Rabbi Levine said, in
    dicated that the prograan did not
    meet the needs of the families.
    to the CCJ is developing a new
    approach for the ItTS Pauover
    Rabbi Irvine pointed out that
    the CCJ structure permitted sueh
    experimentation, with its risks
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    nity when they can beg-.n repayment Repayment
    h ;tponed or cancelled altogether when there
    l- illness, where the family is very large with
    only one wage earner, where the individual is
    an elderly person, or where there are other spc
    cia! factors.
    NY AN A carries out it- assistance program in
    i modest way without any special fanfare.
    Iis I'RKSIDF.VT. Mr- Jerome I Udell, is a
    well known figure in Jewish communal life, and
    U board of directors includes quite a number of
    prominent Jewish women.
    Philip Soskis. its executive director, is con
    sul.;. a most able person in the field of Jew-
    ish social work and his record in conducting Ok
    If VAN A prbjfrun is superb.
    | art of III activities. NYANA also finances
    summer camps for children of newcomers and
    maintains sheltered workshop programs for eld
    erly. or physically, emotionally and socially hand
    icapped immigrants.
    The wort -chiefly assembles, sorting and ^
    packagingis secured frjm manufacturers and 4|
    the immigrants are paid wages according to their
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    of failure but wltfiout the toper
    nona out failure that could
    occur in a communally funded
    age:
    He reported that a cassette uas
    in preparation for camps and
    yuth organizations designed to
    enable younger Jews to master
    > melodies of the Sabbath
    eve liturgy The Shabbat mate
    rial is scheduled for field testing
    in a dozen Jewish camps this
    summer Camp staff members
    have agreed to report to the Ct'J
    on the effectiveness of the mate-
    rial
    THK CCJ is an outgrowth of
    the (tea of Ufa Pellewahip. a
    tax exempt Jewish religious Of
    ganization. created DJ R
    \inc and his friends While a
    number of Jewish Federations
    have endorsed the OGJ pro
    grams, its funding continues to
    l>e through gifts from private
    donor*
    Rabbi Le*tM aid that about
    80 percent of the studies, evalua-
    tions and preparation of mate-
    nils is don- 0) volunteers He
    id the Tree of Ijfe Fellowtftip
    . :de> snial! grants for specific
    iaeignmrnts or finds resource ex
    perts to work on project*.
    He said there were 'all aor
    of creative people in local z-
    cies and we are trying to br
    them and their work to the ,
    tentlon of the larger comr.
    JtJ
    HE SAID the OCJ bad re-
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    each with a "lean" adsninistra' i
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    basis He said professionals dntf
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    is Rosh Hashonas Major Theme
    P. ELKINS
    stic theme of
    Yom Kippur
    fw concept of
    111 in the debt
    ishin who has
    books about
    ton the. basic
    Inic theological
    *nt book. Wor-
    ibbi Kadushin.
    slogy at the
    bal Seminary of
    his funda-
    larding "value
    ints out that
    kev m|| m
    cultures which
    ice in a
    word Amer-
    M such I
    eracy." "major-
    kbta." "freedom
    Bh word] or
    the values of
    Prof Ka lushin
    such va'.ue
    sm. terms point
    IS and value* of
    )f Judaism. One
    Iva.
    [ii not merely an
    Iveness Its tech-
    is 'repentance.'"
    Is with all value
    lyond definition,
    a book about
    lybe the reader
    ftdea of what it
    in? it. But this
    takes the time
    imersing oneself
    civilization to
    concepts No
    are accurate or
    ! Teshuva as well.
    than repentance.
    Teshuva is Teshuva is Teshuva.
    How then can we define Teshuva?
    By reading and studying the
    res of books which make up
    Jewish tradition, and seeing the
    work in its context and coming
    out with an understanding of the
    values it expresses.
    THE NEXT best way to under-
    stand Teshuva is to try to define
    what it implies What are the.
    cluster of Jewish values which
    constitute the underpinnings of
    Jewish theology, and can help us
    defiiM Teshuva'
    Here we must SSS1HIH that the
    concept implies that man is a
    protean, constantly improving
    animal II. ts strong enough to
    rncrcorrv pa-t weaknesses Me is
    ii- enough to combat
    f.-.ner mistakes, innate inads
    tnd unfortunate mishaps
    in his life In the phrase used
    tii iv b) the civil I
    it, he can "overcome In ft '
    OM way of stating th<* moaning
    of Teshuva is ws shall over-
    come.
    There are many phrases in the
    English language which spawn a
    pessimistic view of the nature of
    man. "You cant teach an old dog
    iew tricks Or, "you can't change
    human nature." "Once a fool, al-
    ways a fool." These expressions
    imply the opposite of Teshqva.
    For if Teshuva implies anything,
    it is that mankind must have a
    deep faith in itself Teshuva
    means that you can teach an old
    person new interests, that you
    can improve human character,
    and that once a fool, perhaps to-
    morrow a saee.
    TESHUVA Betas that God ere-
    I basically a good world, and
    that man is a good creature. Mis
    pr ipensitiei are for go id
    Me ran err. he can slip, he
    back tide But he has within him
    a built in corrective system
    krmwn ns conscience Upward, tfl
    climb higher, to achieve more,
    and become better These are the
    elements of Teshuva.
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    ing inscription* relevant to the High Holy Days.
    Although the Talmud mentions the fact that
    -liofars were sometimes employed for -ordinary
    musiral enjoyment among ltd the> have been
    used almost e.vcusnely for r.tual or legal pur
    po.s -
    lt pnnur>' ue. ot cour*e. has bf-en during the
    Rosh Hashona rites and at the conclusion of Yom
    Kippur But other W0MlM have call-d lor the
    sounding of the shofar b >m Biblical times until
    the present day.
    In addition to the particular instances when
    the use of the shofar uas specifically mentioned
    in the Bible, it is known that the instrument was
    used generally on fast days to arouse the populace
    to the proper frame of mind.
    THE TRACTATE Sanhedrin mentions the sho-
    far as one of the tools of the trade of the judge
    in Israel. Citing an instance in the time of the
    Prophetess Deborah, when Barak, a Hebrew load
    er. excommunicated Meroi to the accompaniment
    of a blast from 400 shofars. the Talmud alto
    states that the shofar was used for announcement*
    )( prohibitions and on other occasions of legal
    consequence, as well as by the Beth Din in an-
    aftuncing the appearance of the new moon.
    In some cases, the shofar was sounded at eer
    tain funerals to emphasize the mourning of the
    populace.
    la PalesHH. up to rne heganaog of taw
    present century, whenever a prolonged drought
    thr -atened the land with a aerioai famine the
    blowing of the shofar heightened the solemnities
    of prayer by the populace This practice was also
    1 in Spain and other places during the M.d
    die Ages.
    An interesting vestige of an elaborate custom
    dating ba.-k to pre Talmud days, can sttl] be ob
    Bread by the vi5itor to Jerusalem, why re n
    parts of the city, the blast of the shofar lr
    jfternoon announces the on,e1 of the
    balk,
    Ytirs ago similar shofar blasts during Friday
    afternoon .ucc.-.xivrly signaled the tin.."
    work :n the Raids, in the city, the time t .
    th Sabbath lights and finally the ur
    Sabbath
    CBWNff practice calls for the sound;-.- ,'
    repeated blasts of three basic types-the teruh
    shevanm and truahduring the Tflaajpnn
    vice on each 0/ the two lays of Ro*h fa
    during the synagogue services and a final blast
    at the conclusion of the NcUah service on Yom
    Kippur
    The order of blowing the shofar od E^i
    H.i-hona is one of the many examples of orUm
    Jewish religious rituals in which charges have
    been made at various points in history. and ths
    changes are subsequently retained wtw 'hi* Mto
    inal need for them no longer exists, but where
    the custom still serves as a historical renuade
    Originally sounded earlier in the liturgy, ta
    time of blowing the shofar was ahtfted *o the to
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    H PRACTICE today also calls for the
    r.dinff of th thofar oner each day at the con-
    fcion of the morning prayer "vice dunng the
    ntb of Elul. the month immediately before
    High Holy Day*. Tbii, too. is an extension
    m earlier custom when the shofar was sounded
    oa the new moon of Elul to commemorate
    date of the ascension of Mows to Mount Sinai
    i pat ion of Palestine. It teems that when the
    [.far was sounded early in the service before
    my Jew* had congregated for worship. Roman
    Llchers used to appear at the synagogues in
    [arch of persons they thought were taking part
    military exercises. This led to the chance in
    i, r.tual whereby the shofar was sounded only
    Lu-r in the day when it was obvious to all that
    he only purpose of the blast was a religious rite
    |od*y. the shofar is sounded at both times dur
    the service with th<- additional sounds a re-
    nder of our troubles in the distant past.
    * b**$\rtk*SdkfHr of Greater Fort LaudordaU
    Page !5C
    caus
    to receive the Tablets of the Law.
    The sound of each type of blast has generally
    been handed down from father to son or from
    teacher to pupil.
    Medieval manuscripts hare been found, how-
    ever, in which attempts are made to note the
    sounds of the tekiah. shevanm and txuah by
    means of strokes of particular length and shape
    primitive forms of our modern system of musi
    cal notes.
    WHILE MICH of the symbolism of the shofar
    ritual may not be immediately apparent to the
    ordinary synagogue worshiper today, none can
    fail to note the impact of the call to solemnity
    and spiritual awe, inspired by the sound of the
    shofar.
    The very curvature of the instrument is meant
    to suggest the need for a contrite heart, and the
    spirit of repentance.
    V. Cf/i *^j\aehona ana *^ flcanincj c/ Survival
    Continued from Page 2-C
    fctiQity. in numbers, of Jews in
    t< vsorid
    II U possible, as the years
    In ten across this decade, that
    two JcwTies will, sometimes,
    understand one another and
    r!!! not always speak the same
    lofuagc or see eye to eye on
    Inlical matters But the com
    UUSjIRj of interest tie* u ?-
    |. Dm r 1b an unbreakable bond
    [nd we must pray that it re-
    r.ir.* so
    WE MIST, therefore, pray
    the American Jewish corn-
    lunttJ deepens and extends
    l> wish education in the I'mted
    hate*an education that If not
    'Perficial. an education that
    da to the heart soul and
    :.nd of the Jew. sc that, m the
    r...-. ahead. Jews wi'l continue
    % recognuc one another and
    ilp one another
    A man is in great dancer in
    world Indeed, so is the
    Jew And as he prays, in the
    common language of Hebrew,
    and observes the High Holy
    Days simultaneously with other
    Jews, so shall he feel solidarity
    with hi own people, as an in-
    dividual and as a member of
    the iarje Jewish community.
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    \r a/etiinums o \ln-t tt Jammn into a&ccottnti f art 2
    Cn the occasion of the High Holy
    Days, we recall the anguish of
    Yom Kippur 5734, which fell on
    October 6, 1973, when Syria in
    the north and Egypt in the south
    attacked Israel on the most holy
    days of the Jewish calendar, an ad-
    vantage that left Israel handicap-
    ped and the Arabs with sufficient
    momentum to cross the Suez Ca-
    nal. Now interpreted as an Arab
    "victory," the Yom Kippur War
    has spelled the return of the Soviet
    Union to the Middle East in force.
    The June summit meeting be-
    tween President Nixon and Com-
    munist Party Chief Leonid Brezh-
    nev in Moscow proceeded on the
    basis that it WAS an Arab victory,
    and Brezhnev speaks louder and
    louder these days about the "le-
    gitimate interests" of the Palestin-
    ians. Exactly one year after the
    Yom Kippur War, Israel's bargain-
    ing capabiliy in the Middle East
    seems drastically to have shrunk.
    By DAVID BMRCL
    TPHE Nixon-Brezhnev summit in Moscow
    with a j >i 111 communique which con!
    several points on the Middle I lation. The
    communique waa soon analyzed in all Ita detaiki
    ervers lied foi new indicating
    an> thifl ol policy. To some commentators, one
    point on the "interests" of the Palestinian
    ile suggested such a i
    The communique had seen the solution
    i i'N resolution 18.There had to be a
    and lasting settlement" in \ hould !* t iken
    into account the legitimate nterests ol all i>eo-
    plea in the Middle East, Including the Pa
    nian people, and the righl to existence ol ail
    statea In !
    amkkk \ and R i da i| rte I the Ge
    ne\ i i oi fereni e a hi ih should
    possible on tl e q icstion of "who else" si
    parti I members. Who
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    inter
    count
    In tic CO
    id Land
    Bill Interests1
    As Applicable
    To the Arabs
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    estini e with
    i"n.
    1 'he
    - ......nent
    Anof : fat ti >! i Soviet Union
    , the extre i isl Palestinian
    nee U.S a ns in I e A ifa
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    DETECTING \ warning signal" in the
    communique waa "Hatzofeh," Israel-, rell
    newspaper, It believed that the mention oi the
    Palestinian! waa a1 Moscow"! Insistence, while
    waa not specifically mentioned ai one ol
    I.....tatea whose sovereignty should \*> pre-
    j aeen by "Hatzofeh the formula
    .. itad bj the Aral. itatea and the terror
    organizations elimination of the State of Is-
    rael." larael could not let the statement K'> un-
    heeded, although WaaMngton did not share this
    Interpretation.
    The emphasis on thus key clause waa seen
    by another paper. "AI Hamishmu" (Mapaml M
    further endorsement of the intent need to eatab-
    lish a just and lasting settlement There had
    been similar emphasis in the Cairo statement.
    'Al Hamishmar's" editorial writer thought
    it aright be an attempt to "sweeten the Soviet
    Continued on Pa*e 8-D
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    nio*XT Question i]
    the "Palestinian* lo/_J
    lante in Israeli polite, JJj
    hi* The Palestinians ho *
    they anyway* By hon-. J
    they be repreaente: in u'
    with Israel? By termnst lea*
    Yaaaer Arafat or hi* mot*
    mmsrn mm
    treme rolleaaruei. by v
    B*nk leadership by j0
    The wm far from (
    the terminology obtuse
    A public opinion pn|;
    that mat UraetB were
    to the participation -v p,|
    atinian organizations m
    Gene*, a talks Think
    \e-se in the v'ahine' *i
    interview Informal. .: Mu
    ter Ahamn Yarn
    the charter of th
    terrorist* n> argai
    the establishnv-nt at a Va
    cratic" Palestine *'
    aj of Israel.
    ttr. M\it i
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    a body whose sole
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    KM Rank, in addlt
    Ian in the Kast.
    Prime Minister Ifll
    stressed that BVM
    intentaw of dMcuas.nw a :'
    tnjin entity Israe
    n-eot>ate with state<
    orraju/ations whose
    was Israels destn*
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    solution to the Pa-
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    States was also opposed to a
    M-;>rat# Arab state on the
    v; ia>?sticti ~ t>f negotiations
    with the Palestinians, in what-
    ever form, would be raised dur.
    in fhe 'recent visit to
    Washington by e'oreign Minis
    ter Yigal A lion. At the same
    time. the view was being ex-
    pressed that the Soviet I
    wauld recognize the PLO be-
    i <-' the Geneva talks.
    A point being made in gov-
    ernment circles was that King
    Hussein should be made to feel
    that his state was an impor-
    t mt neighbor of Israel, that his
    existence was not being ig-
    nored.
    According to Arie Zimuki. in
    Yediot Aharonot." these ctr-
    i-le* also pointed to the serious-
    ness with which the United
    States regarded the Palestinian
    i-sue. America believed that if
    talks with Jordan were po.it-
    -ned, King Hussein's position
    u.vukl to weakened while the
    r.-rrorUt organizations would
    be strengthened.
    THE PROBLEMS were
    pressing, wrote Joshua Tadmor
    in the HisUdrut daily. Davar "
    [he days had gone when Is-
    rael held nil the option-;. The
    government was behaving caa-
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    smmoH ntis
    tiously because of its weak par-
    liamentary majority. While the
    Cabinet was being held back
    from taking decisions the real-
    ity around was dynamic.
    If the heads of the terrorist
    organizations were to establish
    a government in exile it would
    be recognized within 48 hoUEi
    by 100 countries, and Israel
    would have no choice hut to ill
    down with it at the negotiating
    table, if not Immediately, after
    another round of war. In Tad-
    view, the government
    should take the risks to !>e ex-
    pected In the negotiation! with
    the Arabs because the alterna-
    the was much more serious.
    Be argued that the optien of
    negotiation with the Palestini-
    ans should be created, no mat-
    ter what the difficulties, in or-
    der to obtain a greater area of
    maneuver and ease Hussein's
    position in the talks. One should
    MM rule out participation of the
    Palestinians, even the heads of
    the terror organizations, no
    matter how much Oh thought
    caused one to shudder.
    Tiff: COBTOmOM must be
    recognition of Israel's sover-
    eignty and an end to hostile
    acts against civilians, women
    and children. There was no
    danger of the extreme terror-
    ist leaders, such as Jibril and
    George Ha bash, accepting. But
    the more moderate might con-
    sider this tbeir big opportunity.
    As far as Lgypt was con-
    cerned, the next step might be
    to demand the return of the
    West Bank to Arab control.
    The problem, wrote a Middle
    East expert. Dr. Moshe Maoz.
    in "Haaretz." was for whom to
    demand the return of the We.st
    Bank. The Cairo leadership
    preferred the territory return-
    ed to the Palestinians to estab-
    lish a National Regime" led
    by the PL' >.
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    United Nations
    I1ESPITF THE recent >: > in
    Cyprusa newl> irlMa Mid-
    ^.i ajsja)er-kaf .' u the.
    area IN concern is still main-
    !> fa am I on the I-rj-'.. \rab
    qut.on and more particularly
    on how to deal with the -Pales-
    tinian" relates to Yas-
    - terrorisl orpanua-
    ns which enjoy the full sup-
    port of the Arab States, the
    Soviet ind nio*i of the nn-
    led count]
    Judging by the behind the-
    ses man. I the
    IN. a connived v>\ clement* hos-
    tile to the Jewish Btete it ap-
    pears loar that the Issue of the
    Palestinians is being skillfully
    orchestrated with the view to
    gaining majority l*N I to
    a< the
    true representative of all Pales
    tinian<
    EVEN BOSH of tie W stern
    states are btginning to meet
    to the infliierve of these
    eringeend .the larp aie not
    a little vexed by the eit pres-
    sures being put on them by
    -"mend- **' *"
    Recognise that the Pales
    tinian"' question is oaramcunt
    irilll th Arabs, that both Font
    aid Syria have jet it as a high
    priority item for the forthcom-
    Geneva t.ilks in fact. haWe
    stated that there can be n.<
    rapfescnted
    and Brit >h o'fieials. fearta
    breakd >*n f Geneva, arc
    per '^mrf w.i\> >f Dnding
    a was tor BJN an rec-
    :ti.>n || Geneva,
    WHAT HAS made then ha
    ft to date t
    reefs ada- itand
    BgsJael dealing with the tefTUfV
    lordaa >u
    The claim* of the
    Ha-'
    boee of the PL1*
    A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
    TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
    BERT A SAWYER
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    FORT LA1IOSIDAU
    Huuarvr, whenever Kins H
    sein makes a fli.tr/ to Egypt,
    returns to Amman a
    man all in- the n.<
    called "Arab unity"
    Keeentlv. desplt*. .
    ingv he fiew to '
    met with Pre lent ^ yi,
    main topic of their di
    vohed around a i
    ciliation between h,
    Palestinian terrori.t-
    ing a common grow
    Quaati what e\,
    constitute a "Palestiri
    Whethei Huaaatn ojan.
    understanding with Bad it r.
    mains to be seen. He n...
    nv'.-t upon holding a p
    in both the West Re
    Gam to see if the A:
    srish to DC federated
    dan or remain an b
    state under a PLO rr
    IN HIS meeting a I
    King liustein also had -
    (in whether or not he \
    to participate in a pi
    BJ with Rg>pt S
    the PLO leaders sche-'
    held before the 29th |
    the General Assembly spam ;
    asjt simultaneously with Ra Hashona
    H.isssjBl acceptance f th*
    PLO as the leg-timata snoki
    for the Palestinians at Geaan
    means everything to Sadat i-;
    Assad who have alread> -
    ted themselves to Yasser AratsJ
    A t'PI disMtch from Casra re-
    ports that Hussein and Sadat
    have agreed ta set up a Bsilitarj
    C'jrrjnittee" to work out join*.
    Arab policies far the Hidd>
    East peace conference at Genera.
    From thts it must ha deduced
    that Hussein agreed in pnacipls
    on the issue of the PLO.
    THE Ql ESTION. then srfs**
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    Aim! BENJAMIN K. EPSTEIN
    IN ,S71 "ColDn"r HfttMin
    Jeru-Ahmed was head of
    the Blackman's Development
    Center in Washington. D C. He
    was also a forty-sewn-year-old
    extremist agitator whose anti-
    Jewish activities had come to
    public attention in 1966.
    In addition. Hassan born
    Albert Roy Osborne had an
    ?xtensive arrest record and had
    served time in prison for passing
    bad checks.
    On February 26. 1971. the De
    partment of Health. Education
    and Welfare and the Department
    of Labor authorizezd grants to-
    taling $523,000 to the Blackman's
    Development Center for a re-
    medial education and occupa-
    tional training program for the
    disadvantaged. specifically ia-
    cludinjf a rrtcthadone druf de-
    rm* ARTICI.B is excerpted
    from a chapter of 'The Sew
    Anti-Semitism" < McGraw-Hill),
    a new hook by Arnold Forest
    er associate director and gen-
    eral counsel of the Anti De-
    famation Leasue of B'nai
    B'rith. and Benjamin R Ep
    stein, national director
    tosification pr"*"" for addicts
    THE CENTER also received
    $169,000 from the Narcotic*
    Treatmsnt Administration of the
    District of Columbia and picked
    up substantial support from pri-
    vate foundations and other
    private sources
    Responding to the league's
    first complaint of Kebnian 3.
    1971 i Hasan had applied for the
    grant in Janu-n> HEW assorted
    that the action did not imply en-
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    dorsement "of other activit,* J
    the organization or members J
    its staff- *
    When ADL replied lhat it J
    counter to public policy (at -
    emment to function thmigh *D~\
    fessional bigots. HEW rrspon^{
    hat Hassan himself had aasu>!
    them that he was rxi
    Jewish and that his in-
    activities had ended five W'J
    cariier
    THE ANTI-Defamarion !
    then submitted evidence
    that Hassan's antiJev
    ties had been conducted
    as sprlnc 1970. count
    san's cla.im that he was n<>
    anti-Semitic, merely "an-
    ist."
    *J)I. told ITEJW that H
    anti-Jewish writings m .,.;. ,
    that he used the words Jr* ,-j
    Zionist svnonymously
    The league putv
    demned the HEW gran'
    \pr 21 wrote to Secretan
    Richardson urging him
    appropriate action" in vies
    the "impropriety of the fejer
    grant meanwhile, the Wt*
    ton Evening Star quoted H^A
    as having claimed that
    haw completely taken over 'hi
    I'nited States Communist Part
    OmCIALS off r?H I
    laudatory explanations of Ha'
    san's pingiis and swift dhmia |
    sals of the charges that naheaj
    had been aad remained n j-i>
    Semite They added that AM,
    offered no tangible evidence of
    recent aat>SemKic adrrrr* at
    Hassan* part
    RrpJytr* on Jane 24 to An,
    S*r*crrtBiHf KACaMr^ltoQ ccunt-prrii
    the l*mgme*t etarfea whe tar v
    planation that Hassan had pah]
    Ltlv denied nBagn hi m of tsa
    Srnvtinm ''
    Richardson did not. howess-i
    addrem hameelf to the mam /
    sue whether any govcrnae*
    grant should hare been awaroM
    to Hassan in rfew of hi t-i
    cf prefessieaa) antiJev -.^ h
    gotr?
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    nutism is to be rewarded by the
    I respectable, responsible comma
    n;ty __ is at the heart of the mat-
    Iter.
    i in July 6. 1971. Hassan filed a
    |$J4 ijOO.000 libel and conspiracy
    [suit against the League, claiming
    [that ADL had falsely accused
    urn of anti-Semitism and had
    jressured HEW to suspend the
    rsnt funds for the Center pend-
    in: an audit
    IN NOVEMBER. 1971. U.S.
    District Court Judge John Pratt
    dismissed Hassan's suit ruling
    that ADL's charge about Has-
    san's anti-Semitism "are in fact
    true as is evident" from Has-
    san's" "own utterances.'*
    Judge Pratt declared that
    ADL's statements were made "af-
    ter careful and diligent research"
    pursuant "to its legal and moral
    duty prescribed" by its charter.
    The HEW audit disclosed e*-
    tcnsive irregularities in the ex-
    penditure of the funds, with some
    $27,000 of the first $39,000 spent
    for non-grant purposes, including
    auto repairs, food, catering and
    wine, as well as payments on a
    non-government loan.
    TV remaining funds, the audit
    found, "were not accounted for
    adequately."
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    Robert N. Giaimo of Connecticut
    condemned the HEW grant to
    Hassan as "support of an anti-
    Semitic manipulator whose
    record of anti-Jewish utterances
    and hatred of Jews has bean
    well documented ." and called
    for an audit by the General Ac-
    counting Office.
    A* a result of that audit, the
    GAO charged that more than
    $170,000 in federal drug treat-
    ment funds had either been mis-
    used for relatives, friends, auto
    mebiles. real estate, food and
    wine or were not able to be ac-
    counted far.
    The auditors also charged that
    because the funds had been so
    spent, "the center often ran out
    of methadene to treat former
    heroin addicts enrolled in the
    organization's program."
    HASSAN MOVED to Colum-
    bus, Ohio, to set up another drug
    rehabilitation center after the
    cutoff of HEW funds to his
    Washington operation.
    In December. 1971, ADL learn
    e< that the Ohio State Bureau of
    Community Services had granted
    the Columbua Tackraen/s Devet
    opment Center $25,000 An adtM
    tional $8,334 m saade available
    by Franklin County's Mental
    Health and Retardation Bureau.
    On January 20, 1872, ADL ad-
    dressed a protest letter to Gover-
    nor John J. Gilligan of Ohio si-
    milar to those it had sent re-
    peatedly to HEW.
    THE LETTER said the League
    was aware of the need for anti-
    drug programs in Ohio but ques-
    tioned the pepprjety of the state's
    support of Hassan. In a second
    letter ADL inquired into the nec-
    essity of using a professional an-
    ti-Semite to combat drug addi-
    tion A meeting with Governor
    Gilligan was requested. The
    meeting was never granted.
    The Columbus, O. operation.
    after receiving early support
    from state and private sources,
    was affected by the federal audits
    on the Washington Center and
    by legal difficulties encountered
    by Hassan's lieutenant in charge
    of the Columbus project.
    On June 13, 1972, HEW an-
    nounced the Columbus Center
    would not get $2.4 million for
    an eight-year drug abuse control
    program.
    THE CONNECTION between
    the Columbus operation and the
    fiscally irresponsible Washington
    operation was reportedly the ma-
    jar reason for HEW's decision.
    With the Columbus Center's
    sources of funds dried up, it
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    pill" after the USSft suriered a defeat to its
    prestige in the Middle East But there might
    also be some fundamental Vi. policy since until
    the visits of Kim to Cairo and Moscow. Amer-
    ica had W>t Hr.koi re*olut.on* 242 and 338 to
    the legitimate interests of the Palestinians."
    TO MANY, this picking of bones over tlie
    precis* content of the communique was an exag-
    ce.atci exercise in politu-al analysis. One of
    Im.m'Is beal known political commentators, Arel
    Guiney. ta "Yediot Aharonot." made the point
    that the ->nl, new tbJTtJ in the communique as
    far as the Middle Kast was concerned was ttie
    call for a sjieedy resumption of the Geneva con
    fcrence. while the reference t-> other factois"
    attending w*J obvlouslj to the Palestinians.
    Guiney bond it to te a cautious com-
    munique which only diicmaarl debate on the
    AIM ill *> Hen;y
    Kissl i ti that the i 1 I
    .,(>: -ii : WRITES who I I
    n the '
    represent the Palestinians. In Harirs view
    was no coincidence that the communique talkei
    about "lasntimate interests" and not "tafia
    rights." as the Arabs and Russians would have it.
    Assistant UJ. Secretary of State \
    Atherton ha.l himself pointed to the lack of i
    precise definition of "Palestinian right
    coukl conflict with the so\-ereign rights of anotn-
    er state That wis why interests" had been
    chosen rather than 'rights."
    But not all would agree. It was a writs
    "Yediot" who believe and the Arabs would rise as a result of th.-
    mit Tins was because Leonid Bre/hne-.
    succeeded in "squeezing" an undertaking
    the weakened Nivn >n the -legitimate
    (>f tiie terrortata.
    whatkvkr MOM the Moaco*
    m nique left in Israeli minds there was rv.
    tion the mtent of a statement Us ..
    meeting -f the A: lb EtafMM Council in
    PH n it was unambi : .
    | IppOfl the Palestinian people
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    by the prophets and then given to the world.
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    Henrietta S/old-Hadassah School
    of Nursing runs a five-month
    course for felschers." whii h has
    just graduated 12 women and
    three men.
    At the graduation ceremony.
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    the nurses had a new look of
    confidence and h.ippini-ss. In.ir
    uniforms gleamed whitely. the
    women's ca| already acjorthsj
    the Red St..r of 1
    All the tOuxbgn" had passed
    through a tttaoufajajaaj tin>e when
    they arrive.! in Israel t-> find OtJl
    that the prestige their profession
    snjoyod in Russia a< rvt the
    the same in Israel.
    Kalman J M inn. lUlWtOr*
    al of the Had cal <
    in a reassuring vein:
    "Seventy-five year, ,w .
    grandfather was the f M J**\
    ti.-in* "felscher" Rehov^
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    Ruth Alexandrovich .V.erbticd
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    the USSR, who had spent vail
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    defiance of Russian ar.'.Jerjfe]
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    now a registered nurse. She is seen attending a veteran of the Yom Kippur
    War. "Yes, we are Jews, and we wish to remain Jews. And therefore we do
    not want only a notation in our passports to be the sole trait of our attach-
    ment to the Jewish people. We want to learn the language of our people
    Hebrew. We want to know Jewish history, philosophy and culture."
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    But it realized that this
    would be opposed by Jordan
    and Israel. Jordan objected oe-
    cause it wanted the ternt. :>.
    Israel was opposed to talks
    with the PLQ, and Egypt real-
    ized that these positions were
    DCcaptad by the American gov-
    ernment which would not
    port the handing over of the
    West Bank to the PLO
    EGYPTIAN diplomacy w
    dow directed at persuading
    Jordan and the PLO to attend
    the Geneva talks together in
    the framework of the Jorda-
    nian mission. The ^intention
    Mould be to push Israel to a

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    Israel will negotiate with
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    whose objective u Israels
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    Dot asked for support in her
    efforts to return the Arab re-
    fusjaea to a normal Ufe Should
    then Israel be impressed by the
    Arab argument that the refj.
    were home lass ?
    position of total isolation and
    force her to return the West
    Bank.
    Defense Minister Shimon Pe-
    re* was asked why Israel did
    not nieqsjBaw a Palestinian en-
    tity He pointe-i to the fact
    that the rational Ui> of the
    terrorist., was non-racognttson
    of tlie Israeli enlit.* Peie*
    thought it worth recalling s>me
    historical and geographical
    :.i. t- .'!! svara same tnree
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    want.-l an Arab major-
    the Jewish state
    a Jewish majority
    the true meaning of the .
    live phrase, a secular H
    The Palestine -,
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    nation at the Geneva conference?
    The answer is a definite "no."
    Premier Yitzhak Rabin made
    this crjnUl-qiear whea. in reply
    to a qurrv on the possible seat-
    ing of the PLO at Geneva, de-
    clared:
    ' Pea'-e in the area has to be
    negotiated between countries.
    not organizations. My opinion it
    the Palestine Liberation Organi-
    sation (PLO) does not represent
    the majority of the Palestinians.
    The last thins Israel should do
    is recognize it as the sole repre-
    sentative of the Palestinians"
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    ficcd eviction from Its headquar-
    ters in December. 1972. for non
    p.ivmcnt of rnt By the start of
    1973. the Columbus operation
    Mi, for all intents and purposes,
    d'-funct.
    But neither the government
    ner the press covering the Has-
    san story had shown any real
    concern over the propriety of
    public funds going to a profes-
    sional bigot.
    EVF.\ THE Washington Posts
    proper concern with combatting
    the drug problem had temporar-
    ily dulled its usual sensrtvity
    with regard to anti-Semitism.
    Both the failure of its report-
    ers during this period to mark
    Hassan's anti-Semitic statements
    and associations aad the paper's
    editorial posture in the matter
    were deeply disappointing to the
    Jewish community
    "Most important for Israel on
    the pr- nlem of the PU) is the no-
    Kaon the I'.S. will take and what
    pressure Washington will exert
    on Jerusalem. It has been learn-
    ed here that State Department
    officials are already discussing
    the possibility of making con-
    tacts with PLO leaders as a pre-
    lude to the Cie.teva conference.
    IN THIS context. Secretary of
    State Kissinger took the matter
    up with Foreign Minister Yigal
    Allon when he arrived here on
    July 29. Kissinger also plans to
    confer with the Jordanian and
    Egyptian For?ign Ministers in an
    effort to bring about a "com-
    promise'* between the opposing
    view>
    One thing may be deduced
    from the current global diplomat
    ic maneuverings: the Palestinian
    issue i being skillfully orches-
    trated to compel Israel to accept
    a new Kissinger Sadat formula to
    le.it;mire Yasser Arafat's PLO.
    The hope is that the Rabin re-
    gime will not succumb to what
    ever offers are made be they
    from Washington or elsewhere.
    There can be no dealings with
    murderers.
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    y EHUD T A'AM
    yHE TWO personalities Urriiif in the key
    roles of the Palestinian theater (some would
    doubtless say puppet show) are complete op-
    posite*.
    Yasser Arafat, founder and leader of tha
    Fatah, and Dr. George Habash, founder and
    leader of the Popular Front, do not share any of
    each other's characteristics or slog ana
    Although often finding themselves at tha
    same table, they are unable to reach agreement
    easily.
    HOSTILITY AND envy continually mark the
    rontest between them, even though outwardly
    Jiey endeavor to display the minimum essentials
    of political good manners. They serve as center-
    points, around whom the armed Palestinian
    movement weaves its fascinating patterns of ups
    and downs.
    Their personal biographies reflect the di-
    visive history of the Palestinian people over the
    part thirty conflict-studded years.
    Arafat is a kind of human volcano He is a
    Hie Arabs are Formidable Now,
    And the Voice of the Palestinian
    Is Heard Persistently in the Land
    CfOffSf HAMASH
    iw by ffes wiads < ak>B|c
    devout Moslem, although he is no longer strict
    about praying five times a day. A puritan of the
    Ho Chi Minh type, he has never married, and the
    ample evidence gathered from his acquaintances
    makes it clear that he has never had any rela-
    tionships with women.
    AT ONE time, he was suspected of being a
    homo exuai a common phenomenon in his or-
    ganization but no grounds were ever found for
    this assumption.
    He does not smoke or drink, shows a care-
    less bravado with hi* clothes, and always appears
    in public with a short growth of beard. In his
    speech he is rude and uncultured.
    He la a leader who talks of creating a new
    kind of relationship between officers and sub-
    ordinates, but at the same time ho beats way-
    ward terrorists with his own hands.
    A captured terrorist told me a few months
    age that Arafat once visited a Fatah camp near
    Baghdad. Iraq.
    One of the new recruits ran over to him
    and kneeled to Usa his hand Arafat punched
    the back of his neck and shouted: 'What are
    you lick:ng me for? We're all equal! Don't you
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    YASSlt AllAfAT
    bis struggle continue*
    For the Israeli, the Mideast is a Whole New Ball Game
    LL ill %/error re Jb+tjiiimizedit f >irt I
    On Yom Kippur exactly one year will have passed sir.ee the October War surprise attack on Israel by com-
    bined Egyptian-Syrian campaigns. This bleak common d post in Sinai shows the Star of David flying bravely in
    the wind and Talesim, Hebrew prayer shawls, in the foreground, symbolic of the religious conviction of Is-
    rael's wcrriors, who not only repulsed the attack, but maintained theii faith in the face of fare. Still, on the occa-
    sion of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur 5735, the delicate balance between Israeli superiority and smouldering
    Arab resistance to a Jewish State in the Middle East seems to be tipping away from Israel. Only the New Year
    will tell what that means.
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    used to climb
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    a whole week. On i a
    week siter the outbreak <>f the]
    war. he w*nl out
    In the mi
    HOW l>H>
    think- N fore replying, a
    ment I have|
    lh, fee ll here. I
    see bin and a but I
    his mm I tar as
    jarred back and forth over a dif
    ficult period i I laya
    Then he comes Back to mc He|
    speaks Quietly, without emotion.
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    weeping on a rock to a Irtf. I
    In the "fltfWtl bed*, thr B eg" posi-
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    : found chained Ifl Hkftftl ma-
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    lb-; | Although he KCCM t" a diet, he has not
    been able to ovcicomc his natural ter.d.-ncy to
    Obi
    Bcctioi between :'- a^ftev
    sneness.
    HF HAD the butt of hil B latian Kala-
    B k | rifle -awn off so thai it would not
    | or. the sroun as he wa-
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    Hi? Mack ryes. constantly dartirr ^
    five his face a strange expression Thr.,
    have mot him lately My that the constant movf.
    men' oi hi> eyes prevent* one from kaokii
    bis face and when speaking to him or* ..
    to look down
    It is oni> in the pat few yurt that Aaafa:
    has learned to addre* crowds. Prruoi;.
    Md tfl encounter great difficulty hi
    uti,p up thr- mlhusiasm of his listen.
    TO THIS day his stimglh lie*
    bring a masNr t.*hnician of the un,
    not a tnbtne.
    Me hi ar aore successful la a
    than in a newspaper conference. la |
    uses oversimplified demagogic*! phra*..
    uwomincing.
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    NMfeaJ f.ri works ..nd hil unsavory look-
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    to his mother's family, which stood adjacent to
    the Wailing Wall. (The house was demolished in
    I960, when a large space was cleared in order
    to permit mass prayers.)
    According to other versions. Arafat was born
    in Cairo, and the whole story of his birth in
    Jerusalem was invented to embellish his biogra-
    phy. He was the second of four children of
    Abed-ai Rahman Arafat al-Kado. a prosperous
    land-owner who had a great deal of property
    throughout the south of Palestine
    It was his elder brother. Jamal, who en-
    couraged his love of politics, and Yasser fol-
    lowed him from Cairo to Palestine to take part
    in the 1948 war.
    IN ANY case, there is no doubt that Arafat
    itot his schooling in Cairo and to this day Egyp-
    tian expressions creep into his Arabic.
    Habash m three years older than Arafat, but
    his political experience is greater by ten years
    or more.
    Belonging to the Greek Orthodox commu-
    nity, he is a Christian who rejected religion
    from childhood. He is a genial man. moderate
    in behavior.
    His family life is happy: he has two daugh-
    ters. His clothes and mustache are well-groomed;
    he is a chain-smoker and very fond of alcohol.
    Compared with the hard, gray Arafat, Habash is
    a charming person.
    His family doctor, an old Arab now living
    In Jerusalem, told me that even in his youth
    Habash devoted himself to politics and took part
    in demonstrations against the British Mandatory
    Government of Palestine.
    HIS MOTHER asked the doctor to beg her
    son to stop that foolishness." for which he had
    already paid with several months in prison.
    When the doctor lecture-1 him. young George
    replied: "You like smoking Others like to drink.
    In like that too. But for me. politics is above
    everything etoe."
    Habash is a mediocre underground leader,
    despite being professional and experienced. On
    the speaker's rostrum, facing an audience of
    thousands of refugees, he is unequal*!. He car
    ries the crowds right with h:m.
    I NUKE ARAFAT, who graduated from an
    Egyptian Army reservist officers' course in 1956,
    Habash has never had any military training.
    He has never taken any part in working out
    operational plans
    He was blessed with a talent for coining
    attractive slogans and for constructing elaborate
    ideological doctrines, which have gradually
    moved him from the right extremity of the
    political spectrum to its neo-Marxist edges.
    He believes in organization within the
    framework of a political party, in contradistinc-
    tion to Arafat who supports a "people's army."
    ALL HIS life Habash has preached the unity
    of the Arab peoples from the Atlantic Ocean
    to the Persian Gulf. Arafat, on the other hand,
    hoisted the banner of separatist Palestinian na-
    tionalism.
    Habash was born in Lydda in 1925. It was
    then a tiny Arab township in the center of
    Palestine, commanding the routes to and from
    Jerusalem,
    His father was a grain dealer who trudged
    the villages in the vicinity until he moved to
    Jerusalem a few years after George's birth, to
    the Musrara quarter where Jews and Arabs lived
    in close proximity.
    The problem of Jewish immigration worried
    Habash from childhood. He knew the Jews
    intimately and well, from street fights as well as
    from the good relations which grew up between
    various families of the two peoples.
    WHILE STILL a high school pupil. George
    took part in demonstrations and was arrested
    se%eral times, until he went off to study medicine
    in Beirut.
    In 1948. near the end of the Israeli War of
    In lepen lence, he returned to Lydda. He left
    Lydda m the stream of refugees who fled at the
    approach of the troops led by an unknown bat-
    talion commander. Moshe Dayan, who rode an
    ancient armored tar which was named, for some
    reason. The Terrible Tiger."
    While Habash was fleeing from the town of
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    Arafat tent his men to take revenge that
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    As the 194M war ended with crushing Arab
    refuge m the camps, both Arafat and Habash
    took parallel courses which were to bring them
    together more than ten years later.
    Arafat, an engineering freshman at Cairo
    University, and Habash. continuing to study
    medicine at the American University in Beirut,
    did not know each other and had not even heard
    of each other, but both carried on similar
    activities organizing student underground groups.
    FOLLOWING THE shock of the toes of Pal-
    estine, the Arab world witneeeed the appearance
    of idt-oiogical movements which, within a few
    year*, changed the race of the Middle aet. elimi-
    nating royalist regimes and bringing to power
    juntas of young intellectuals and officers.
    Habash and Arafat did not aspire to cam
    out revolutions, as did their Arab university
    r Hhjiii As Palestinians, they had a single
    aim: to set np organizations which would be able
    to take over the military struggle against Israel.
    Habash believed that the way to defeat Is-
    rael we* by means of an all-Arab union, which
    would enable the Arab peoples to mobilise all
    their resources far this purpose
    Arafat believed tram the very first that
    whateTer the Palestinian* die not do for them-
    selves would not be done for them.
    ABASH FOUND his first supporter
    rtudents' club called "The Tight Knot Wlti
    their help, in 1862. be founded the "Arab Rk
    tionalists Movement" lANM).
    He Mved a double life. In ear. he opened a
    private medical clinic in Amman, the capita 0(
    Jordan, and treated refugees from the earns* ;n
    the other, he set up a ramified organization nth
    branches in most parts of the Arab word
    He coined the slogan: "Freedom, l : .
    Revenge." Young officers, students, and rr.rrt-r
    of the professions joined his organization b) the
    hundreds.
    When Nasser's prestige kept rising x the
    Arab world. Dr Habash saw m him the force
    which could achieve Arab unity and thereby ere-
    ste the conditions for the "liberation of Pales,
    tine."
    Pram Naseer Habash received mone> izrtaL.
    ligence support and propaganda backing, m re-
    turn, he fought Nasser's enemies for him the
    Syrian Ba'ath Parry, General Kasserr. in Iraq,
    King Huesein. aad others
    la lt67 Habash fled to Damascus, after bar.
    ins spent some time in a Jordanian deem ;
    If TBH tuna, ha ems already a ufl knOwg
    personality in the Arab world Broncho of t.
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    L oice of Palestinian
    plot* nd coups, but nowhere did they succeed
    in ,eizing power.
    They were always forestalled by adroit of-
    ficer cliques or larger parties. Habash energetic-
    al,? plotted and meddled everywhere, but wrth-
    out'any real gains to show for it. He constructed
    a complex ideological structure to justify pan-
    Arab nationalism.
    He acquired newspapers in Beirut, planned
    political assassinations and dreamed of ic\engc
    nt Israel.
    His party was outlawed in all the Arab
    states and he had to operate underground. Ac-
    cordingly, he adopted a r/stem of cell organi-
    zations in Communist Party style. although in
    Its views the "Arab Nationalista' Movement"
    maintained its pronounced rightist character,
    with no socialist tinges.
    Dt RLNG THE years that Habash was an
    active, if minor, participant in the regional
    gailMt of "grand politique." Arafat was doing
    * ark quietly.
    He too set up his own underground among
    tlie students in Cairo. But. contrary to Habash,
    he recruited only Palestinians.
    In 1991, Arafat stood at the head of the
    "Organization of Palestinian Students in Egypt "
    There he met most of the men now flanking
    him at the head of the Fatah Halil el-Wazir
    (alias "Abu Jihad"), Mamduh Sidam ("Abu Sa-
    brx' ). and others.
    They are not as pretentious as Habash's
    Beirut underground. At that time Arafat was, at
    nost. considering sending "fedayeen" (zealotI
    Squads to carry out sabotage and murder opera-
    tions inside Israel. Unlike Habash. Arafat did not
    try to bring his underground group to the sur-
    face of the political morass.
    He decided to consolidate his organization
    0-iJerground. with no publicity or open activi-
    ties. But id 1957. when Habah fled for his life
    from Jordan to Syria, Arafat and his associates
    were expelled from Egypt.
    HABASH IDOLIZED Nasser: Arafat regard-
    ed Nasser as an enemy of the Palestinian cau.se
    Habash received money from Nasser, while Nas-
    ser confiscated Arafat family property.
    Before his expulsion, Arafat spent seme
    time m an Egyptian prison because of his en-
    tity to the regime and his contacts with the
    fanatical "Moslem Brotherhood."
    There are even reports that he was sen-
    tenced to death, the sentence later being com-
    muted.
    BIT IN Kuwait too. the founders of Fatah
    did not succeed in widening their circle.
    This was Nasser's zenith, and belief in Arab
    unity reached its peak with the Egyptian Syrian
    uaion of 1968
    Arafat reached Kuwait, destitute. His friends
    were scattered over al! the sheikhdoms of the
    Pe: >ian Gulf, where thousands of Palestinians
    were migrating to fin.l a livelihood in the oil
    Beldi He BeeaBM a bu-ding contractor and
    a-r-issed a large fortune within a f<*<* >ears.
    This kind of political climate pushed tht
    Palestinians into seeking a solution for their
    problems in organizations like Habash s, which
    spoke of an integrated all-Arab effort against
    Israel Men like Arafat who cried "Palestine for
    the Palestinians!" were left with no following.
    At that time Arafat had a small organ called
    Falastmana" (Our Palestine) appearing in
    Benut. which printed attacks against Nasser.
    Bl'T NO one took any notice of it. When
    the creation of the Fatah was proclaimed it was
    received with jeers. (Arafat chose the name "The
    Palestinian Liberation Movement." taking the
    Arabic initials of this appellation as the name
    of his organization Hataf "
    (It 3i quickly pointed out to him. however,
    that the word "hataf" means death by lightning.
    Accordingly he reversed the initials to get the
  • But the situation became reversed in the
    early Sixties Events followed each other rapidly.
    In 1982. the Egyptian Syrian Union was dissolved.
    I tttr that year Nasser sent his army to Ye
    men. and it became evident that he did not
    intend to go to war with Israel in the near fu
    lure.
    In September, he went in person to C.aza. the
    hotbed of Palestinian nationalism Before tens of
    thousands of astounded refugees assembled in
    the square, the "Rais" slapped his pockets and
    proclaimed: I have no program for the libera
    tion of Palestine.''
    THIS ONE sentence did more for Fatah than
    any other single factor. For years Arafat had
    been warning against over reliance on Nasser.
    And It put an end to Habash's calls for Arab
    unity, for Nasser himself had publicly admitted
    his impotence. The Nasser myth was badly dam-
    aged
    With the decline of Egyptian prestige in
    Palestinian eyes, the way was open for Arafat
    to expand the Fatah, while there was a check
    in growth of Habash's Arab Nationalists' Move
    ment.
    IN FACT, the progressive change of political
    climate in the early Sixties was even more com-
    plex. Parallel with the decline in Nasser's pres
    tige. a new mirage appeared on the western
    horizon, bewitching the PalestiniansAlgeria.
    In 1983. Algeria was given its independence
    by de Gaulle, after nearly ten years of military
    struggle.
    The Arabs did not grasp the significance of
    this. They did aot understand that this was the
    fruit of a political decision by de Gaulle: they
    were inclined to see it as the result of a military
    victory' when in fact the Algerians had been
    beaten in battle.
    Inspired by Algerian independence, the Arab
    world adopted the idea of a "popular liberation
    war"a mass struggle by guerrilla methods, in-
    stead of conventional fighting with planes and
    tanks
    THIS IMMEDIATELY affected Dr. Habash.
    who had meanwhile settled back in Beirut, and
    Aiit.it too who also moved to Beirut at the time.
    Haba>h went along with Nasser, who had
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    How it happened' he thinki
    ahead. I ran into ack-ack fire
    The plane fell apart in midair I
    managed to bail out the last min-
    ute I parachuted down in an
    area full of Syrian soldiers They
    got to the spot very quickly. Be-
    fore they came near they began
    shooting at me from all direc-
    tions.
    When I saw I had no chance
    of getting a*aythere wore so
    many of them1 stopped, rai
    my hands and gave my.-elf -? '.
    tried not to make an]
    moves I tried not to make '
    nor M one of thorn might
    f.rr a burst by mi-take Their '>
    havior was according to the r .
    No beating, no prodding
    Several senior Syrian .>'
    in the area took over Tnry
    me into a car and drove quickly
    to Damascus There the> tojk me
    traight to the first intcrrogat: ifl
    It was pretty thorough, the waj
    the Syrian* interrogate
    WHAT WD they do to you" I
    ask
    I cant. Suffice to say. as a result
    I'd rather not go into detuU
    of the interrogation. I was taken
    to the hospital
    They took vou to the hongdto]
    directly from the interrogation^
    No I was in perfect shape
    when we first came to Damascus
    I landed well and nothing hap-
    pened on the way from that spot
    to Damascus. In the course of
    the interrogation they shattered
    my left leg. betow the knee No-
    thing was left of it Then the>
    threw me into a solitary cell.
    You were conscious all this
    time*
    Yes. except for a few lapses
    during that first interrogation
    From then on. I didn't lose cons
    ciousess. even though I had man>
    reasons to do so I held on I
    wanted to be conscious I wanted
    to be in control Jor whatever was
    in store for me. whate.er they
    would vet do to me
    DID YOC ask for a doctor"
    I asked I asked again and
    again From the adjoining r.! -
    my friends, also pilots, kept cry-
    ing ou' "Doctor. Doctor'"' I tried
    lent if y th*- voices, but could
    not alwa\ < do it
    HOW LONG wre you in that
    cell*
    Two whole weeks. The two
    weeks were one long night Two
    weeks of abnormal pain 1wv
    weeks of feeling that it was all
    over for my leg. But I kept my
    morale up It's interestingamaz
    ing. in fact, and hard to under
    stand It was just the joy of know-
    ing that you're still alive. I'm
    alive. I'm alive I used to repeat
    it over and over again, whenever
    that cursed leg would dun my
    consciousness. The lodgings were
    horrible It was a solitary dun-
    geon All I had was two thin
    blankets. It was very cold. At
    times I couldn't tell which was
    worse, my leg or the cold I used
    to take a look at it It was gone,
    beyond help
    DUE1NG THOSE two weeks,
    did they ke-p interrogating or
    torturing you*
    A bit. nothing serious. A spit
    in the face now and then A few
    blows with a stick. Compared
    with what I suffered in that first
    interrogation, this was fun.
    Were you afraid that your life
    wm in danger, m the result of
    lack of medical treatment*
    No, I dktet think about it. AU
    that time, I believed that they
    would get me a doctor I triad to
    reason it out. That they hated
    a and would vent their anger
    again* methia I knew without
    any doubt But they also had rea>
    on to keep ana alive, m aa to
    keep interrogating me I didat
    thank that they would give ay
    naaae to Israel, and I knew that
    thia wouldn't keen them irons
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    that they would keep me alive
    for their own interest*. I did fear
    that my leg was becoming danger
    ously gangrenous.
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    But I still thought thit it might
    bo saved.
    AFTEK TWO rfki, a hospital
    orderly cam*, examined me. and
    said Tomorrow they'll take you
    to the hospital But I didn't have
    to wait for the next day The
    orderly probably told them what
    !> bad found, because th- same
    evening they came and took mc
    to a hospital.
    1 lo.* the leg instantly, express.
    Thr> amputated it that same eve-
    ning The situation was hopeless;
    MM entire system was out The
    other leg had also been injured.
    but not as much It was saved.
    How were the conditions and
    treatment in the hospital?
    For two and a half months they
    kept me in a confined cell. My
    eyes were shut aad covered all
    the time It was like living in a
    world of darkness. I could hard
    1\ tell when it was day. and when
    it was night The hospital guards
    kept beating a*a ifcatf Jabn ttaaW
    It wasnt that they asked ques-
    tions, and I refused to answer.
    They simply enjoyed it
    THEY WOULDN'T allow a doc
    tor to Wf at except at long
    intervals. They beat me every
    ria\ A *mark on the face, on the
    head They bad orders not to hit
    me just to treat me like a hu
    man being But these were plain
    soldiers, savages, enemies
    Thev couldnt control them
    selves They were taking out on
    me their natural desire to hit
    somebody. Thty wnaJd deliver
    the blow and move on. then come
    back and do it again, laughing
    Friday. Saptambar 20. IJ74
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    D.d you complain to la^
    about tbeae beatings' a>0<*
    There was a servant in fk^..
    who bant telling them that u
    were not to hit ne It didn't S
    1 told one of the doctor, ^
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    The sergeant asked them -wj,,
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    Yes. First it was le*** sti^ [
    There was a well separatinj ^|
    Then Aaael came
    What depressed \r>u most it
    the hospital, aside from the pt.(
    and the beating?
    Worrying about the fm;!T
    That terrible fear that they dd;t
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    I'm alive! I'm alive!
    When were you first allowed
    to write letters
    One day. they brought me pa
    per and a pen and said: "You
    want to write home' Then write,
    whatever you want." I knew that
    even if they allowed me to write.
    it would be only a few lines, and
    these would be inspeeted closely
    Anyway, the first time they let
    us write was a few days before
    the Red Cross people were there
    I wrote: I feel well. Medium
    wn 'i- I didn't want them to
    worry.
    .tIN DID you receive the
    first letter from home?
    Not before May 15. seven
    months after my capture I hadn't
    the slightest idea what was going
    on back borne Not a word All
    in all. I received two letters from
    the family during my entire pe
    nod of captivity. They wrote
    docens of letters.
    Did you try to set up commu
    mention with the doctors and or
    derlies in the hospital"
    Yev This was very important
    for me, and not just to ease the
    terrible loneliness It was a ter-
    rible feeling to lie there, in the
    darkness, and not know if the war
    was over or who won and where
    the Syrians were and where #ur
    arm.- were.
    What information did you suc-
    ceed ia fatting out of the doctors
    and the guards?
    They Bad to me. They lied all
    the tame. They said: "We defeat
    ad you At last we defeated you!"
    1 didn't believe them "You didn't
    wia." I said to myself. "You
    couldn't win." I was told that the
    morale us Israel was low. This
    do fussed me.
    I oare saw a cartoon in some
    foreirn aawepaper showing Golda
    throwing an earthen pitcher on
    a woman, and the woman was in
    scribed as "October. 1973."
    "You see." the guards said
    jrleefully "You had a bad year.
    You lost. Golda wants to do away
    with this year But you won't b
    able to forpct it."
    1 saw another cartoon, of Gen
    Ank Sharon, his chest stuck out
    landing like a Riant, one foot on
    a tank, and above was a caption
    "Ank Sharon, Kins of Israel. '
    he wore I gold crown, and next
    to h:m. shriveled and frightened
    a re Mosbc Dayan and Gold i
    \I < ehul this meant.
    I ild them that Ank Sharon
    *.is one of our generals, and he
    had probabl) lucceeded in ac-
    complishing something unusual
    in the war.
    Once they said to mo: "You
    ought to be ashamed of yourself
    Look how the Syrians treat the.:
    prisoners In Israel they treat
    then", very badly. Aaaad is a tine
    person He's an outstanding man
    He has given orders to treat you
    well"
    1 sad If your people have it
    so bad in Israel, and we have
    it so good here, why don't you
    exchange prisoners'1''
    THEY SAID: "That's because
    of Moshe Dayan He doesnt want
    to give us what we're demanding
    If he would, we would have al-
    ready made the exchange."
    I aaked: What is it that you're
    demanding of Israel that Mosht
    Dayan doesn't want to give you"'
    TTiey said "We want all of the
    Hertnon. and we want the terri-
    tory you took from Syria in
    October and we want Kuneitra "
    Then I knew that we had won
    the war. that we took the Her
    mon. and that our arms was hold
    ing n* territory inside Syria It
    aa a wonderful feeling We
    knew all about Dr Kissinger*!
    travels We knew about the soaa
    ration of forces arrangements
    with Egypt. We knew about the
    exchange of prisoners with Egypt
    This made us happy But we
    also knew about the government
    crisis This was a very depress
    in,; feeling. And we dui not yet
    know how tor a serration
    agreement with Syria, we'd haw
    t(> Kive up the territory we won
    in October Wed have to jjive up
    Kuneitra. too
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    Step by step, congresses of the Arab Jfa
    tionalists" Movement moved to the left Habash
    taught himself Communist terminology, gradually
    extending to the adoption of Maoist and neo-
    Marxist theories.
    This did not influence hi. political behavior.
    It was an attempt to trim his movement to the
    new winds, to the New Left fashion in its
    crude Arab shading.
    But Habash was no longer riding the right
    wave, as he had been during the years of the
    Nassenst flood Now Arafat was riding the crest
    and within two years it was to carry- him as fai
    as military operation- I Israel and open
    competition with Nasser.
    He p">se swiftly from tho position of an un
    known, eccentric polmcian to the status of a
    personality in the headlines of the world's MOT
    papers.
    WITHIN' A MOT of Algeria's declaration of
    independence Arafat arrived there with a small
    group of his colleagues They knr s
    the Algerian leaders from the day* -hZ 5:
    ter had been embittered esiles in Catfe '
    Ben Bella presented them with a thr**,
    building in the main street f his
    from there Arafat rear hit teen it in g '
    this time aimed maialy at the thou
    tinian students and workers in Wc
    By means of its "German" rveruittTtaW
    tah managed to evade the baa on the ntL
    its leaders into various Arab itatr. ww, '
    students recruited by Arafat's emn<.,i*,
    ed for their summer vacations to their
    on the West Bank in Jordan. n the Gsaal
    I^banon and S>Tia, they set up cell- .. vVreD
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    AT THE end of 1904. Arafat con- 4,^ ^
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    the trouble to leaf through the thin book-
    sent out from his new Damascus headquarters
    Palestinian leaders throughout the region.
    He not only proclaimed openly that It was
    aim to force Nasser to go to warhe did not
    fn -naa* any secret of his hope that the war
    rid end in Arab defeat and the conquest by
    irl of additional territories.
    THE "ENTANGLEMENT theory," ft used to
    called.
    By all means, let the Zionists come and con-
    tr Gaza, Nablus and Beirut." Arafat's paper
    lit. Habash claimed that this whole way of
    iking was false and only reflected "a wildly
    lenturous fantasy."
    H waant Arafat's intention of igniting the
    of a new war that bothered Habash What
    |>rned him more were Arafat's pretensions to
    ,tinian leadership. Arafat's slogan was: "We
    i strike at the foe (Israel) in order to unify
    people never been a people in the accepted sense
    :'ip terms.
    \- late as the beginning of the twentieth
    they regarded themselves as Syrians,
    Palestine "Southern Syria."
    BIT IN the course of the struggle against
    >mit settlement from the end of the nineteenth
    the Arab people in Palestine encoun-
    1 problems which did not face the Arab com
    1 north and east of the Jordan, and thus.
    -tages, a loose national consciousness devel
    i
    What Arafat wanted, in fact, was to bring
    >ut. for the first time, a Palestinian national
    llitwei His men began retracing the history
    the Palestinian Arabs and hurriedly construc-
    ted a national myth around the terrorists' fight
    against Israel
    This was accompanied by manifestations of
    resentment and bitterness against the Arab states
    signs which Habash. the pan Arabist. viewed
    with concern.
    He accused the Fatah of separatism ana isola-
    tionism, and regarded it as a thorn in the flesh
    of Arab unity.
    With the ending of the Six-Day War. Arafat
    could not, admittedly, claim any successes in
    creating the Palestinian national mass movement
    of which he had dreamt.
    But with the changed circumstances he saw
    an opening for an unprecedented revival of the
    Fatah. Two weeks after the proclamation of the
    ceasefire, with Israeli tanks halted only .15 miles
    from Damascus. Arafat called together his vet-
    eran colleagues.
    At a stormy meeting held at a house set in
    a garden in the Kurdish quarter of Damascus,
    they decided to desist from the "hit-and-run"
    raids across the border and to try and move the
    Pltafa baatl Into the Israel occupied West Bank
    in order to organize a revolutionary mass move-
    ment
    IN JULY. Arafat crossed the Jordan alone
    and reached Nablus in secret He lodged at the
    house of one of his acquaintances in the Casbah,
    the labyrinth of alleyways in the old quarter.
    For six months he busied himself with the
    organization of networks within the population
    and in directing detachments arriving from Syria
    He inspected Ma men in the woods and on
    the hilltops by motorcycle. A hieh school head-
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    iMttsioed frni Pssge *<*
    of Januaty i. 1965. the jumping-off signal was
    given.
    The first Fatah unit crossed the Jordan aad.
    after an exhausting night march, laid a small
    explosive charge :n the channel earning Kin
    neret water to the Negev
    While crowing the river on the way back
    the members of the unit were killed by Jordanian
    jruards. I'ntil the outbreak of the Six -Hay War
    in June. 1987. the terrorists carried out 113 abort
    raids of this sort (They claimed 300 |
    GEORGE HABASH took a firm stand against
    the terrorist operation* He echoed Saaaer*s con-
    tention that they would not do much harm to
    the Jews and would merely bring about eseala
    tion before the Egyptians had completed their
    military preparations
    However. Arafat would not be stopped His
    master from Arab Jerusalem took him on longer
    journeys in his Mercedes
    Arafat grew a shaggy beard and wore shep-
    herd's clothes, in order to evade the Israeli se-
    curity forces which were hunting him
    Once, when he was traveling by bus with on
    of his helpers. Israeli policemen got on to check
    identity papers Arafat oretended to be an idiot,
    and the policemen left him alone
    A FEW weeks later. Israeli agents traced
    him to a villa in Ramallah. near Jerusalem, and
    went there to arrest him
    Something led him to detect their aoorna^h
    and he jumped from the window, climbed into
    a car parked nearby and got away
    On the table, the Israeli* found a lighted
    cigarette and a boiling kettle
    Arafat saved hli but the underground
    system he had tried to build on the West Bank
    was soon destroys]
    One by one. like a row of dominoes, the net
    works he had fou- into the hands >:' the
    I>raeli security Barrio
    (>K. WlZsTliiN VM fa
    arrangement* df md morale poor The
    local population was vary jf cooperat.n.; with
    the terrorist- tie;, had
    train mitatrtr the area.
    By January. 1968. 2WO of Arafat men were
    in prison and he hims-lf MBl out the cal to the
    remnants of ma ,;r up- to puli back Kiwi the
    Jordan
    Thus, the Fatal) attempt to g> over > \
    cong'like operational m.-'.hods failed, and they
    went back to hit and run raids
    While Arafat wa> hidiag in Ramallah Habash
    founded h.s nval organization to the FatahThe
    Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine"
    He abandoned \ .n to terroris* > |
    eration- II. dissolved h*j "I i alliance w.th Nat
    er and decide*! to try a- 1 .save the Arab Nat.on
    alists' MuM-nifnt fr >m sinking by turning it into
    a guerrilla organization which w., as a
    catalyst not only of Hm war agair.-t IgffMl but
    also of the social revolution in the whole Arab
    world
    IT WOl'I.D be an organisation which, under
    the guise of active war i^ainst Israel, would try
    to carry out Habash s i vtnnes and to drive the
    bourgeois regimes out of the Arab world.
    Habash Loaned from Arafat* rr.i-t.ik.-. he
    didn't proclaim the f lUBdinf of the '"Popular
    Front until December. 1967 Three groups united
    in it "Haroaa of the Hat irn," Itovoago v
    consisting of members of Habash s former party
    and a third organization. Col Ahmed Jtbcil'l
    "Front for the Liberation of Palestine"
    Jibnl. the most competent officer in all th
    terrorist organizations. br>ke away a feu mOwtBf
    later becautf A a dispute with Habash ov
    money
    In May. 1917. young leftists qu Uv. .
    ular Front." casting doubts on Habash, '
    to his brand new neo-Marxist beliefs aryrt \**
    the Democratic Front" under Na,f HawS?*
    Christian of Beduin origin ^*i
    Habash did not set up Urge nuaikMt
    terrorist units, as Arafat had done in th m\
    lwBW He did not acquire Eatyuh, L?
    light artillery or rnortara. A
    K IB Aroint wage the lo* war
    Jordan, in which the Fatah was beater.
    Arafat organized several thousand terron I
    into a clumsy and inefficient militarv uart
    discipline and mUitary standard wer.- both W '
    and it was gradually pushed back from th, w
    der **
    la 170. his men had to be content .'
    sniping, brief shelling* of civilian settle*-, i
    and ambuihea of Iarael Defense Foroai ?llr,J|
    But they almost never succeeded m pMab- '
    mr Israel-held terrttorW. Habash has^r I
    lowed this path
    He completely ignores the hard mr***,}
    ing fighting on the borders and. instead has *
    ganited his men. whose number does not ,lctti
    one thousand, into snail squads
    They concentrate solely on operat
    the administered territories 'utilir-
    rHIs of the ANM on the West Bank and m tat
    Cata Stripi. and on showpiece open- v< xjtso.
    Israels borders, mainly attacks on
    sies and Kl Al offices, and. of court* pi,
    jacking* Becaase of its narrower frarr-* .rt |
    Popular Front u a much tighter tad r .
    fective organuution than the target
    Fatah ______
    tWiPETTTIO'S between th* N
    organisations continues to this day !
    habit to "steal" Fatah operations in i laim thai
    for his men
    He denounces Arafat's right
    then Fatah s inattention to social pr
    available means he trie* to p
    a final showdown with King Hoi
    But thr moment the civil w,
    Jordan :n September. 1970. Haha-
    ficd finding temporary shelter ia North
    Arafat claims that, as the la" i
    af -he twenty Palestinian fuerril I
    . taa, Babgwk should accept Arafat
    in all matters just a< he is q
    with him in times of crisis
    Habash does not accede to th.
    tw..>j(th he did agree to enter into a
    ad hoc partnerships with Arafat
    He believes that the Fatah has
    ing time for ov*r a year and tha-.
    been checked
    THE MMRU its members
    laryer its financial crisis :s n
    ideological, confusion is becomini!
    Arafat can point to no gam-
    T'st war with Israel or his >'
    Hussem
    The defeat he sufferexl in the
    w:th the Jordanian arms has crea'.i ''
    cnais in the FaUh's history Withir. \
    ganuation there are now those who
    leadership Habash hopes to profit fr
    He believes that the accusation-
    nothing more than a "provocateur and
    manufacturer" will quickly blow ii>
    he will nde the wave which is now rocl An
    fat ,
    He believe.! of the beginning
    Arafat reached the peak of his tfraafU
    that the future belongs to Habash VA
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