The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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& Jewish floridla Of UHEXTER I OUT EU DERDALE
ma 3 Number 20
ph
ridcy October 4. 19"4
Price 25 cents
Israel Sword Of Peace To Be
Awarded To Robert Hermanns
r
I e N life Browaid Israel
.'. f .. and
:. | s- 4 I
|d of Pei \ ard at Um
IDU El lsra'! Dinner
1 2~. at Put
| the announcement.
II Parson, executive dJ
of -he South Plorids la
OB, declared that
lifetime of and
participation In all worthv
linal endeavors rank them
the foremost leadei
n.mmuni'v Boh and Anne
in are a trul\ it.-di.
vhs iplc Insp
trt to emulate the.r
n to the cause of the State
el '
\rthur J Abraau spir
sder of Temple Emanu Fi
t I.auderdal'
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hlv
I Peace,
e-i f r o irstandina and
I.
of
*HT. AMD M*S. I0BUT HfKMAN*
'1 for aarvival, peace I
Hermann, a vice president of
1 of Greater
Port 1 has been an
ipant :n many C
i. ties hen lino n

A f the Ft. Lauder
d i B ai B r:,li Lodge Mo 1438.
Me; mam mber "f the
>f Tea
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i member of I
Hermann wai an executive
ick an.I Com-
. before retii
life in 1972
In i was .i i hairman
Bonds, 'he S
the H l
of the Bev<
erly Hill \a bet of Commei
inn, a member of
Bros ard : ll Bond*
/ernora, ii member
ird of the
Sisterhood and sei
S -. ho d l Memb-rship
She Is active in the
group of Hadassah and is
tor of the Brandeii ini
onal Womi n Corn-
Mrs Hi nnann
I the Ft Lauderd
me Wai on and is chairn
\ i intei rs y. N
leal Centi
Temple
State an
behali of Isr* I B
.otests Expected Over
'ulgariaiVs Sentencing
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ef. a 54 >. ar old Bui
ret t
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n Council
Higoring
L 13 Rally
I C ndl .f
I
or Soviet Jewrj Bui
IS
I am bl being held in
tion with the Oil it< i Mi
in Council at the Miami
[Auditorium
|rall> will feature renown-
and singing groups.
it ion. there will be a ere
dramatization and candle
I remOnjf Teens from
liclerdale participating in
mm include Hillary Chas-
jebby DeBeae, Barry Nock-
[and Steven Sheftei
bus wiil leave Temple
i F.l parking lot. 3245 W.
nd Park Blvd at 5 30 p.m.
pill return at 10 30 p.m.
.. no cost for the program
rr-.at.ons may be made by
ct:ng Hillarv Chassen. Deb
^Beer. Brian Konigsburg.
Sbeftaf or hy ,-ailing Bar
sler at the Jewish Federa-
ffice.
ted f( r
tHMMnic 11 met" Bui ol
that he ia the \:
of trumped up ch..
he i a Je
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was senl
at a aecret I
m i t ntl i ago
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of t
has had n.i-
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of Ben-Josef was ol an
..-rent This may hi
been an
to trial, circlaa here baUeve,
WKS-tOSMTt mother ard
iel Hhi i
two aoni attll Uva In Sofia B
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r ere he VM
In touch with an international
ted in the construc-
tion of chemical plants.
II,. kw viarted the Krupp fae-
leriaa ba Essen, Waal Germany.
}|IS foreign business contacts
may ha%e been used to discredit
hfan much as foreign contacts
dit Spetter,
I said.
Two Major
Air Events
Celebrated
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and
Lufthani i ata
t. in
.-.cry captured hy Israel in
the 1987 war.
Nevertheless. Tranaporl
ter Gad Yaa I at a brief
ceremony at Atarot that he hop-
ed the flight was '"a first inttr-
natn
aid r..an> more to the airport."
Pine yarned Chairman Of Oct. 27
Temple Kmanu-Kl Bonds Dinner
M- chairman of S) n
the N trtfj Broward

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Dinner Jf State to be held
27, 11 Piei ''
V ne i n of last
even! m bel .if of St
of Israel Bon la, la in the fore
front of the campaign to pi'"
moti Is mic I h the Israel B
program He v r ei ai eh lirman
cf Shomrei Yisrael, a -!>
Droll purchaaen
$I,0i ore In Israel Bonds
A former Isr i Bonds chair
man at T mpl Emanu L'l. Pun
the Temph
ESmanu-El Men's Club and a mem
of tfa Pbi i iderdale B
B'rith I odge No, 1438.
Pine has visited Israel on two
occasions, m otly in Janu
arj of this year while attending*
the International Israel Bond
Conference in
Roh'-rt V Herman", chairman "I
the Norl
Hermann and his
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Harvey Jeffcrbaum. Israel
Bonds chairman at Temple
.- ten x-hair-
man and Mr.
I Ml Howard N M l!'-r are
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Tay-Sachs Commit ice
a>
Formed Bv Federation
The Federal
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ibilitj to i..? and to
.i u bis life.
tease is 100 times
common in Jewish chil-
in in the non-Jewish pop-
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eaatara
in lara
uf the T hs gene while one
ndred non-Jews are
out
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Sacha
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Our Acceptance Siill
Primary Issue-Rabin
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to Washington addressed 750
American Jewish leaders at a
the
Appeal and the
of Jewish Fad)
and Welfare Fin FJ at the
Hotel
ALSO, thi Premier. apeeJl
"i.i! the record" tt leaders of the
n of the
nd Canada here,
;. ite military
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ible to Israel's
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this psaoa
ovei the Arabs'
km] to reconcile themselves
en lent Jew Ish State.
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Jelitrkrk#*r> ol Great* IWl Laud^dal^
Friday. October 4
1974
Jewish Education Committee
Announces Plans For *71-75
Luttatk Brodzki. chairman of
is? | u Cooual
of thi Fedei
' I I
th*T I* thl i-ominc year

int of
I ram.
Teacher Training seminars, an
\ j,'. 4 Jewish Studies for
a'l ara Teei kg N, erades 10 12
and the erantine of ach .larship-
for MUM in our area
rr kaaa ''ools
d on -ee.i-tration. the l"l
pan will fea'ur? Hebrew Caaam
c*t; rJaaBBI >n th* b-ginnine
intermediate aril advanced l a#j Tbee rl*es w;l! meet once
a wek for two hours.
T> Teacher Training seminai--
will all teach-rs in
area"* rrligOMs school? an/1 wI
we enhance the quality o!
their laMbB Th* s-mmar-
il" fajaajj M cH< room tech
ncuf- aH new methods in teach
aval aajffcam
In adoVrnn. Mi tratnini pro
fr '.! wmmtmttj atria ho
bold a re--er\c of u'l-' f ed cert
i.* nHrtnus -etVw*l 'eaeher in
Furt Laudk r
-
Th.- I
curriculum of aubjeetj in "
arci- '1,r
ther the knowledge and comm:
. '- :er.
TV \r.-!-mv will t '
I : per week j
releases ai '1
will o iventual
'it for cour-es taken In
B a Sh3r.b.:';>n or we \ B I
treat will he featured as par
ram.
Th- Comm ttee \\ alo like
t pr vide, after careful screen
big bv the individual relic
oi. -rholarships for need'.
children to MBM their Je
afaMff and receive a Jewish
e iucatmn
The member of -he Jewish
BueatJea ommittee inc
chairman; R
bi AtHhbT Abums. Barr. Mai I
Dr Jerome Naffer. Man I
Bro'V Mil-- Bunder. Mr- M
F ldman Martf* Fn lovi-h. I
hi Mas V.itJ Albert C.irni"
r Roh.nl N H
mann. Rabbi Phflin Labowltx,
lay Laideckar. Samuel Mark*.
1' ::;. afilla and R:>
Skop.
T^e C mmiltee hones that thl
Oreawf Part Lmindmt
t. v.. take advent
full scop.' of edaea
tion onpi rMch are
..car b\ the Jew
>n
Additional ;nform*t;on on all
Beaajraau ana ha v>
d b* contact."C Barry Av
ler a-i-t. ni director of th.
jeariab Fidaratl n
Tay-Sachs Committee
Formed By Federation
louttnued frm Pajte 1
Thc\ BUflt r> watch.M
r Laaataatly < 'hey bo-
e\*reme!y ucept:b!e to attack
s such a< pne;
rr-ortia They are subject t.> <
vul-ior.- and spcia' care is r^
"1 'n order to feed and
' m
iit"d problems ar
er! thy aceur The estimated
r th- care of a
c i i lay-Sachs
$20 000 to $40 000 a
faaa
The futnr*
.. > waita R<-

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d-r rif the fir-:
ward .!-. or
hu-hjnI
*( < Taj ^... ka
e j. a on- in four ch.
n a
-
| the
Tue i
d r >ram are
i -n

' for Tay Sachs diaease

To test a!! newly married cm
pies. partiTilarly if both hu>
hand and wife are Jewi-h
Tn provide intrautorinc te-t
nC for a'.l preenancis :n
r couples ident.fied ..-
ing at risk for Taf lathi ch!
n
To araeam ffrthr o.-curr.
c .>f th.s ,-ata--tr<>phic di'ca-
popalatlea
T.i .t' I '
hj and safe'v ha\e
cn!y unaffected children
To deve|-o !he techni ius and
i< gaaeti
oaaikatioa
The f r-t met
I
Walti -
- bar tM an ..'. i
.i Fan*, i .".. lator of
I
Toe
for "n.
'
on rrgad 1

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th F

Simchat Torah Rally For
a*
Soviet Jcmtv Sel Oct. 13
Ti" ith Coon.
Gre'r Miami, in ceaparati n
of S rth F oi Ida and the It
Welfare Fe lerati m of Great- r
M -fcon 1
aa
.l
t B
I i moving ii
a--
I 'irr.
I
will !>
'rcn.
a Hiaaal coatemporarj mmical
group, who represented
Ji -.i.n youth at the International
f ...:.
the
ied
is -h v our unport in
* n i i |v
-
aami rke lean
ill la

I not '. ilent i ne*r
our Supfaort aa the
Rejoicing Holiday of Simchat
Torah
Wl MIST NOT FORGET'
W-4-74
Mayor FrwcUdmi
Hadttssah Day
.
-
tl,e

thaw abuttal In tha
pre*.
I
-
. Mrs 9
1
....
vice
Torahi Gifeil To Margate Ccntrr
|aj| Center 9fept B I
in at-
~r. Hal
-'.'
I and
3
It t the
Ka I
i

The : Ba aa i

Lectures Set it
Temple liiiumu-rJ
Th- n's ''
Fm"u-F! of Gr I and
i ifMaai ring a atriaa
m kti
mtmatnc author and hrstor
Pro- Bafaii ur B Uebm -
arrtaa .- Th*- HU
ry
P- T !. cbman"< talks ill b
Brat Band*! m aa
.. _... begrmtrng Otk. i
n.-ntal breakfast anII be ter\-( I
9. the leet- I tv^m at 10
and c
y.. |3 p :- raan, $3 an
couple per ecture. r
breakfart Th.' public bi
b hc'.d a'
^J4-"> W Oakland Park
Lauderdale for f ir
i-ion call Itorrii Wat
adminittrai r
THE TEES CO! SCXL OF THE
JEWISH FEDERATION
OF (-KI \TFK FORT LAUDERDALE
PRESENTS
DC COOPERATIOIf WITH Te-i 1. !eth Israel 'SY
le Fmami-Fl Tc n I,
Tr -V
S1
Jaw ry
TEEH RAUY FOR SOVIET JEWRY
IN .l\itACTION ITM T1I0 <.KF\TtK MI\MI
tf.:n < )t n< ii.
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\-nin:. Oct.lc
A b-.t will lea\r the pai

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>ach An '
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ma) be Un
ervatkm utii t* tak.i
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ta '
_ Dabby Ielleer T
ry \\.e: it tix- Jew lab
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Friday. October 4, 1974
+J(istFkrkifor of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3-
'We've Come A Lonjr
By BARBARA I.ANK
ii ago the sinclc* in Hmw
ftM a need ti> have a group.
the Federations ol Greater
pt I^nnleidale and Greater Hot-
od rulflDad that nc poOBOMbtP and ooopora-

Many thanks from (he Jewish
ition Singles of Hnwanl
ti and the terrif.c
u<- \e had since we look
. ihfp m January
welcome JewWl tingles
fol women a:
en from both Broward and
. ,-i> well as out-of-town vte-
n social KToup which
ran -lions a
h as a boUM i I
: hmI ipeaki new
. uiten if |ro ..
The twic-,-H-month Group Die
cuaatona ate getting great
port with .'0 to King
Whet on an informal basis.
'' Intere pi include is
i folk dancing, Ltrutte, bowl<
Inc. i ridga and .i theater-going
group. Jual lei us know what
i like the group to do .
we ,u:n t'> pleaat the sin
i is 15 a year
and entitles member* 10 a mem-
berahip ed do-
natl : motions, a flyer
which i t once a month
with o .. .i. th .:. and being on
' te< i and ha'
oup.
in < vtobti i ii i vents include
Oct. 7 a I G 11 ] focus-
ll : -V Talk
In Hollywrj en wel>
Way, Baby'
come) and Oct 26 a "Costuma
Party or-oome-on anyway For
RSVP or to he put on the mail-
ing list call 966-7802,
We have L28 memberi and
ovei 000 names on the mailing
list i 'in great workers who keep
the gean going are Barbara
Lane, president; MaxlM Ron,
vice president; Paul Huttar, sec-
retary (Cynthia Ellanport, until
ntlj our secretary just mar-
ried In Roaenbaum whom she
in the groupi, Lynn Blumen-
and membership;
Pearl Ink plume chairman;
Bunnj Benstock, mailing; Mar-
tha < Jeier and Don Welton hospi-
talil en; Bevi rly Barn-
es, Viaxine Rase, and Len Swid,
'.'. elst and
i hi Ki erner, program chair-
.. Herb & heinman and i
and
Man ia Bai i in : Na
PHl HIS.
fui ther information con-
tai I Bai rj Axlei at the Jewish
n >.ili. e.
And don't sit alone home on
th shell |oin in the acti> i-
Ues "i the Jewish Federation
les of Broward!
Sisterhood Plans Annual Luncheon
Enjoying a cruise up the hitercoastal Waterway w::h
Jewish Federation Singles group ate 'from left)
Bunny Benstock. George Mack. Barbara Lane und Le-
ctio Cohn.
Israel Gets Many-
Medals at Games
\
IS medals in the Asian
n Teheran that m
eek seven p
* and eight I
. ist gold medal t us won
team
on the As..!. eon-
> Boutl
th K Mcans
HOWK1 FR. Iara< U footl
, | from the
iments
. n In i intlng
, t 1-9 t the Iranian
ms oi this tame, gen-
t the li
the ball
i v an Israeli lojhak
\n I t' la was the
mwhile ware
dnst th n ol the
Asian Fool Fed* ition to
\ m foot
the future.
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The Sisterhood of Temple
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hold its annual paid-up memtxer-
ship luncheon meeting. Tueeday,
Oct 15, at 10:4."> a.m. at the
temple, 3245 \V. I >akland Park
Blvd.
Fast presidents will he hon-
ored with a special ceremony at
this meeting. Guest si>eaker will
l*> Judge Elizabeth Athana-sakos.
whose topic will l>e: "The Kqual
Rights Amendment."
Program chairman Is Harriette
Fine Circle cochairmen are Jo
sephine Newman. Rosa E31en and
Myrna Sobo.
Temple Kmanu-Kl Evening Sis-
terhood Group will have its
opening meeting Wednesday at
7:45 p.m. in the All-Purpose
Boom at the temple. Program
will feature a panel discussion on
Tin Jewish Woman's Place in
Contemporary Society Today."
.Mrs. Janet Kiedecker will be in
charge "I the program.
The Sisterhood sponsored a
Rosh Haahanah reception last
week honoring Rabbi and Mrs.
Arthur Ahrams and Cantor Je-
rome Klement attended by many
members and friends of the tem-
ple. Chairmen were Sylvia Chas-
ai, i Shirley Schultz. 11
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Evelyn Shainman, Shirley De-
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Friday. October 4.



A Powerful AiUnm
he occasion oi h:s rixt major foreign policy ad-
dress. President Ford acquitted himself well. And he de-
livered it at the best of all possible forums the 29th
General Assembly cf the United Nations.
Fcr once, we were not treated to nostrums of the
politically timid. The President laid it on the line.
The world, he said, is being squeered into bankruptcy
by the Arabs' irresponsible use of oil as a political weap-
on. He called that unacceptable.
Mainly, he pointed to America's own powerful posi-
in the field of international food supply. While he
assured the UN that this nat.on would never use food in
the same wcy that the Arabs use oil. the message was
clear.
The Arabs, who only a week before slapped a new
hik* or. the price of oil, angrily called the President's mes-
sage threatening.'
We wonder how thsy expected to keep blackmailing
us end the res' of the world without a telling reaction.
Our own concern is that President Ford should not
BOW do whal he has done on every other important occa-
sion oi his brief prcaidwBCy: He says one thing and
. does another.
Or else, he says one thing and then does nothing
The President's UN address was a pearl We pray he
does not blemish it in the waters of backstage political
expediency.
A Vote for Democracy
If we axe short on 5ervi.es in terms of roads, schools,
ether critical requirements of burgeon-
ing suburbia and the b l e were also apparently
hart on poi.-v.ork pr.manes.
Still, the elective process worked, as somehow subur-
bia y manage to "work'' under tr
.instances, and we are now preparing for runoff
elections Tuesday.
What warrants repeating is our previous plea here that
a well-informed community get out and vote in the Tues-
dcy election.
Up for crabs are important political posts on every
level. We can not afford the luxury of "disenchantment''
with the democratic process as a consequence of prob-
lems in honesty and dedication we have been experienc-
ing in government across the nation.
As we noted during the primaries, one way of fighting
ocrruption in government is to assure the fact that those
we elect to office are persons of integrity.
That means that we must do some homework: We
must find out who they are end do our best to see them
win.
For too long, we have been critical of public officials.
Now, we must be critical of ourselves. The buck stops
with us on Tuesday, in the voting booth
That the runoffs fall on the first day of Sukkoth is an
unhappy quuk of the calendar, but it is no excuse for us
to opt out of the election process.
The community's rabbis have gone out oi their way
to tell us thai absentee ballots an available to exercise
our franchise. Let's all be counted.
vjf-H isfi Meridian
Or QRKATfR FORT LAUDKROALI
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fRKPK PH< 81 7.A* MAM THOM1
atdilor n Puhhhrr t~uov T.'' As'-"ant tn Puthahar
Tha Jevt* rierd*" Ooas Mot (Marantaa Tha Kaiirvth
| Of The Marehand.aa AaVartna* In Ita Catu~n
f i U.klr
PI*.
Tha Jawtah ricritf^an hat abrfed tha Jewlah unity and tht Jawaft WHr.
Mrntbar cf tha twiaft Ta'aoraa*': |k, Sv*n Arti Faatur* Jyrai.
tata. Woridwd* S. -* tamled, National t#it"al Aaaociation. American An-
(ciation of tjginf' Jw ih Nawacaoari. and the Fioru a Prm Aaiaclation.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .Local Araa) Ow Vaar MM Otrt of Tawn UR*
RaWMSS
Pardon Problems Already Here
T'HL' ARC it ME NT goes some
1 th l n | like this: Richard
Nixon is punished enough b> h:-
forced resignation.
F.\.ng trapeze columnist Wil
ham' P. Buckley, Jr. mi th
fore ruled that any further pur
suit ot the matter in a court of
U would be a venture ll
dunduni >
Bi T THE apologists, of whan
Euckley is a principal example,
re thrm>elves the best reason
fur a trial They demonstrate
irreparable damage that Pr< -.
-
Mindlin

dent Ford visited upon -h ra.
public with hi? unpardonable
psrdon
In the futur*. no otH Q
know what really happi
except hat Nivon
Nixomanics are prepar. | to Ml
u happened
Buckley, for exatr;
ready denigratinq t
on the question thy \
el to apologise for h.
t\
Hi. QUOTH Mb Hat*,
ment right after For
the nation with h. Suain
slaughter of the open
.ent doctrine enunn.iv |
wearina ,n ceremonv
call< it tho ultimate .
\o words can d -
depths of my rr.'rc! U -. j.
ngaiaa nn mista) over
Watergate have caused '
And again "I know minT
f air m.nded people N
my motivation and art
affair were
ally *elf serving and
now under stead how can
mistakes and no |ud
contributed to that
i to support .'
T\KF. THE -
d n?n. \\
ferent here from the
e i a chmgc ft
and h*>v lit)
--1*1 i<- he:
A hat in V
- for his
now "man* f lit
pie Bnt is thi aa
\ >.
il '
I
1
I

HMt Of RMtmD WAR BASIC THftfE
TalkW as IIoit.IS ingly Somber
Volume, 3
ay. October 4, 1974
Number 20
18 TTSHRI 5735
Bj 1081 in u aop
I ta lagelea Itan ByadtceU
'

, ting witl
oml r.
I ith i- thai f. nr ot
ad .: ta tr*
the meeting's
and this fear was fully Blared
\iy the Americans and the
i-eeMs.
THIS IXIKS not mean Baal
the danger of war ta immediate
Of even that war u likely in tha
longer run What was done at
the mectji:r. after *'.'-. was pri-
mal lly Intended to avert the
newed war that both sales
feared.
With luck, the negotiating
ptaei ss may later be resume I
any etween the
and the EgypHana, Of th- is-
raetM and Jot damans, or l'th.
\\ th enorrnoua luck net
tions may finally lead I
of kfiie laall settlement.
Yet these htnx'i .
alter the novaltj of

THE KMHMbI illy
I MM MIS fa I
.sent chantis m tlie irho
tegic sitiiatu k Tin y
hat made toth the Is
is and the Ameneans
i
h.-.e ever bean l< I
tliese changes n<
be taaiei
and not the strut
t great change
arises t
euonofiiic possar. This
ami the other gn-at in
nat.' ire n>> |i
er truly independent l*-
cause we are absdlvtely deix
ent upon Arab al
THE I MTED States is mak-
-v.
joum 4i$o
ing no eft i to retain in.lej'enl-
e are l-ieky
a able to
ition ,n Ewroaa is -tt9 wrs>e.
' iboul It
the
Israelis m much the way t >
i ItJah antl Kietuh turned
wrist the wretil.-l CbmIm
\aks in th<- Ilitlei -time.
If there is another Arab-Is.
war tha United States
Its [niti :; .i. \ \
i ice a
in S aid to Uiael
I ex-
- I

Tilt Brl \n VI his ; lain
- in fact either
i or
tain'l finances to
i'\ the
i"ii to withdraw
i
i powat of AiaO
.1 lias
denad all the
' '
tad to let th. trace lines
turn Into temporary frontiers as
for so long after the
lwiT mm
t tbe i
tht
II THIRI. is n-

I 1 war. 1
.. .
aar. the A
inhibitions aba
ar.
The fact of the mall
alter the Yom K
rae.i valor atal I
loasjai '
the same pawarfUl Bt<
Altar this nanal *"
moreover tl>e towJ I
Aith an.a/uig IWiftl
isli and evrn
Aiab armoitcai.
It is a roiled
that, when the Ant-
It) in i.
M .ai the 1
tatlan la mt to '
be. I tie irreautible t-
THEIR MKAItlVs < *'
.lay is on the order
to one which BBM
Sovtatl have inMired
.. this time tafli
. than '
- .' war.
Without th-
.1 and i
uter Vn.tiak lUbtn
had little fear of war.
As nuittep.
is not inevitahle bw
dipfcNi m
To put the matti
shel uy Ki-
persua.le.1 tlie mon
Arabs that he can '&
an acceptable
the Israelis '
that barren of il
i\ mtV*. parti ^
i.'ent Anwar el Sadat
been betting heavtU *
result Ha doss i i 'f
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Friday. October 4, 1974
JfWitt fkridtHir. "<* Shofm of Hollywood
Page 5
fOR ARTICLE ON SYRIAN JEWS
National Geographic Slates
Apology in November Issue
By Special Krport
NSW YORK For the first
time in its 86.vr.ir hUtory, the
NatiOBBl Cooeraphic magazine Is
lit to admit it made a mi<
take, the American Jewish i
H disclosed here.
r a five month protest by
the Congress including the
fir-t pickrtinn of the Crograph-
W.uhinpton. D.C. headquar
ten the November Issue of
the magazine will concede thut
an article on Damascus in th>'
April i>-u inacrurately depj I
htions of Syi .in Jewish
and may have misled the
nine's nine million read-
en .nto believing the Syrian
rnmrnt treated Jews be
JOSCrn H. Jt'DGE. as istint
v of the Geographic, a
the Coagre that the Jewish
onja: i'ln\ at-' .t
I tio amuly a
ad and acknowledged in
( Nov< nl i accord
Baum, j- tive
of the Congress,
he protest
I that while he did
not know wh it the n
it- agreemeBl v>
the i inal art:
i ,i i ietor) for the ca iw
IB J< el fr
the disl .:i the April
In its protest, the Amerii m
v left the e
ie--n>n thai Jews
are treated decently and that the
rnnient maintains a
.mil even benigi at-
i toward thi
in r WT. Baum said I fe for
I Q ii n .ining .1. w in
-A fraught with harassmi
.ml
rapt- and murder that
rap.'nc article a- ihock
nugnitude of it* di*
Aflnli Education
Lecture Series
To Begin Oet M
A series of eight adult i
in open If 'he general
lias been announ. Temple KmanuKi of Greater
l.j'iderdale
srili begin at s

Bth, Parting on (Vt 14 aflJ
ng through January
The. ril| he divided into two
I four lectures each
\rthur J Ahranu
dl its "An UnderstangfcBg of
V lern Judaism a- Seen Through
Its iri: n Genesis rUs aerial
w..: cover modern Israel lti
I- ind, its Cod and its
T h Rabbi Ahrams will ieelure
on Ocl 14. Nov. 11. Dae. 9 and
J 13.
The other series of four leC
,n ay Stauley K
director of aducal <>n
t I- -ii.m iBI "" K t
-:>. I lac U
13 Mr iedeker will
The Prophets
ind Their Relevan
|ii' U .over the teacMngi
j' pheta Am."-. Hoata, laa
| Ji lenii.i'i. with particular
' e to tlK-ir I
Id lay.
The cost for all eight Monday
' i is s."> par aastaoo or U

i iiiiKited aaraans may
send checks payable to Tempi.'
Kmanii-Ki to the temple oH
1MB W .takland Park Blvd. Ft
auderdale, specifying lectures
For liif.iriiiatinii
Watkins, temple adfl
rator.
tort BBS
Abb* had wrtttaa that Hteler-
anee aas always taan ;i llaalem
n" an I that even
i.i huuichad a- attai k on i-
truops. Sep'nardu Jews of
Damascus observed Yom Kl|tpur
unmolested "
IN REPLY.
news report, that Syrian Jtws
had bean atta ked bj Syrians
and Palest'nians
'The ii ;,,..., ,. dmed taat
the cit> of Damascus itiU toler-
antly embraces significant num
bers of Jew-'" and quoted a
Damascus rabbi .is sayiai Syrian
Jes "have rights like any other
cit./en> "
The CoBgreai commented that
"surety even the National Go-
rapkuc editors must he aware
a rabbi m ,. under
the n >'. irveillance oi
Syrian government can do noth-
other than to laud his cap-
tors."
When the article appeared.
th American Jewish Congi
'.....graphic editor Gil-
. Grosvenor, Jr., outlining the
n the tad ece and re
queding thai i i "ion be
pubiwhe.i a 12 pa [e memo
dun documented the restric-
rurfews travel limita-
loymenl I nina-
ol ; o| ertj an !
terr v
.' .v- live
IUU > IN .1 me, Mr Baum
Mr G nveoor and
of the magasine
ite their ad
hat
w.i- "inadequati
refu led to print .<
:i. Mr Baum .said, add
chief concern was that
the diasa minatioa at iceu
rate and migleadtag a picture '.
ish lite in S) i .i b) s,, ju
thorit itive and I '' jour-
nal National Ge
nine ef
forts to make known the truth
sboul I ate condition of

ih ed the m
tine h Iquarti r< at l"th and
M In an interview with
The New- York Times, editor
nenoi laid
"NATIONAL OSOGSAPRIC
lways has been and always will
he a factual I
.', I, hut we
:o publish fa< ts in an as oh
iss onate manner
sj possibli We were dota
:. >| Damas
ii it ., boi j ."I Jea In Dam
cu- "
In reply, Baum
I
to mention Syrian Jew- at all.
But if he dm mention them and
if the article he published found
it nee. > ..> lo refer to them, it
seem to US that he had an in-
defeasibl o n to do
ind with lenulne con-
for the (acts of "Syrian
ii l.fe "
Cantor Renter Breakfast
Speaker At Margate Center
At its month
Ii
Margate Jem ish I
M. n's >' il
oh J l of Tei
Shoiaan In r

B |
Cant
ZOA ( BS I '
movte Faith In I ''',!

His I
Y '
Saudi Seeks
'Constructive'
Latin Moves
JANEIRO fJTA)
S Foreign
i if left foi P
afte en day offh ial \i-it to
i aaf] which concl ided with a
declaration signa i I i I y^r-
eign Ministers of both 0
affirming that "a conatructlve
traal ant of the Ml leaal q --
HOB has as a fundamental com-
ponent the SMtOOTIBlBttnW of all
ternt.it ics seized by foice and
the raongfltthm of the legitimate
right* of the Palestinian BBOpaa."
Brazil thus changed entiiely
her traditional equidistante pol-
BBJ toward the Mideast conflict.
Tlir ( IIANiiK l-.as create anxiety within the Jewish com-
munity, especially the anti-Se-
m t;. statements by Sa^iaaf at the
official well ome dinner in Bra-
i and during his i rasa con-
Atta,kin national Zion-
Satjaal aid that the Arab
countries cannot reach a high
lew I .'! development because of
.! wash rat lat Ztoniam" and
thai after "occupying an entire
countr i-raei "turns against
her neighbor Arab countries in
an attempt to dominate them
Tiro Ft. Lauderdale Executives
Appointed To United Wmy Poets
Ft La iderdale i
nted t!> posts In
1975 I'nited Way Can
according to Harold E. Walker,
campaign chairman
Thej are J aflllard CaiB, vice
. t and circulation dil
tor of the Ft Lauderdale N
Sun Sentinel, who will serve as
chairman of the 1 >aneJ executive
committee and William A Walk
er. vice president of production
for Fred S. James CO. of Florida.
Inc.. chairman of the commercial
section in the major groups di-
viaioa.
Cain, a Ft, Lauderdale High
School grad .ate l- active in nu-
merous civic activities, among
which arc the Christmas Holiday
Bowl, the Broward Chapter of
the National Safetv Coun dl, H
I.aud-rdale H"-. Football
League, the aflllard Cam Bow!.
Greater Ft Lauderdale Chamh^i
Of Commerce and the dreater Ft
lauderdale Touchdwn (Tub.
Cain has previously Served H
a loaned executive and has been
chairman ()f the Gore Newspa-
per- United Way campaign He
has been awarded the Florida
Jayeees Cooper Taylor Safetj
Award, the Book of Golden
Deeds Award of the Optimist
Club, was selected man of the
year bj the Kiwanis Club and the
Fust Annual Broward Ail Sports
Willimm Walkrr J. Millird Cain
Dinner was given to him by the
Osteopathic Assn. for youth de-
'pment
Walker, a resident of Coral
Spring h.i- ,i degree in econom-
Ici from Hol> Cross College and
was ass it int director of the
1974 lavarrarj Golf Clasaic He
has also served in the Dade
Count; Un'.ied Way campaign.
Emanu-EI Services Weekly
Beginning with Sabbath
i Sept 2B. Temple F.manu-KI
launched a year-round continu-
ing program of Sabbath eve serv-
lces Fridays at 8 13 p.m. and
Ices Saturdays at ll
a in on a regulation ; : i to
now Sabbath services Saturday
mornings have usually been held
specifically on the occasion of
Mitzvah Services are cob-
ducted by Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams and Cantor Jerome Klo
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-Jenistnerfftor
of Grecdee Fort Lauderdale
Friday, October 4. 1974
Acceptance of Israel Still Big Issue-Rabin
Appearing relaxed an i
ing. Rabin expressed satisfaction.
with the results of hi-
with the feeMng that the Amer-
ican government realizes that a
militarily anl economically
state. I doubt if the road toward- strong fsrael is the best guar-
t oat I nurd frwm Pace 1-
rael as a Jewish, independent
peace wwl be cleared."
said.
Rabin
UK s\ID Israel was concern-
ed with the substance of peace
more than with how it is achiev-
ed. We don't stress direct nego-
tiations; we itreai the content,
the meaning of peace." Rabin
He said that this country will ~
Continue to pursue a policy of
seeking every avenue that could
: in panes.
In tab respect, he emphasi/. d
that Israel needs the partnership
of the Jewish poople, "particular- -
ly the unit] Of the Jewish com-
nuinitkl : the I'nited States
and I he said.
H. load, We have learned
that if we can trust an?oody in
this WorM it in the Jev.ish peo-
ple."
! that Israel I
that it is capable of
fendina itself. It has never asK-
ed i fight
for it.
All Israel needs is the moans
: itself, !'..! In said
.. left ton
antee for achieving peace in the
Middle Kast.
BIT RABIN said Israel has
ID its earl a) bear the heavy
burden of its defense expendi-
tures while building an econo-
mic and Bade] structure that
will allow us to be more inde-
pendent, mere a Jewish State."
He said the challenges of the
Ins >'ear mav ** "much
marc difficult than we have ex-
perienced in the last years."
He amphaatead that only Jew-
unit) can really overcome
it."
He said Israel was hoping that
gatsa will >* opened to Kus-
si.m and Syrian Jews and Israel
idy to accept them.'
KABIN tUflliWllll BO the
Bond leaders that Israel DSadl
Increased re to enable it
aconomk ci lad which
has merbuidenad Ita dtisens
with record high taxes, compue
toana and other
mea i>t an axl
nary rate of Inflation.
He afi ammy must
he i led to provide Jobs for
the toped K of immi-
M Union.
Israel Prepared
For Yom Kivnur

In High Readiness
TEL AVIV Israel prepared
for the High Holy Days, espe-
cially Yom Kippur. in an unpar-
alleled state of alertness as re-
ports indicated that Arab ter-
rorlati wo .id attempt hostile and
sabotage actioni
Not only in the northern town-
ships like Safad. Tiberias and
Kiryat Shemona did trained re-
servists go to synagogues carry-
ing their nties or guns in addi-
tion to the Talith arid Machaor.
BIT K\KN in other places in
b M ifanUar requests were
maiie >.f worshippers soldiers OB
leave and Hagana veterans to
arm themselves when coming to
serv.
There is a specific inst:
t that effect in the Bible:
Venishmsrtem Lenafshotei-
chem" ami thou shalt guard
thy life."
was scarcely a free seat for serv-
ices at ynagoguai in spite of
high prices.
HOWKYKR. the single shofar
producer in Israel claimed that
business was rather low. He
but 300 shofars against 400 in a
usual year.
Apparently, it's the high price
of shofars that brought the de-
mand down.
Special bus se-vices were op-
erated on the I ce ot Rash Ha-
i.a to military and civil cem-
Uriel It is customary in some
communities to pay homage to
the dead on the eve of Rush
Hash
Men's (Huh Has
Busv October
The alertness proved at least C<.11 in one case fruitful: two ale.t ^"<* ,d,1,
!
market workers observed
tw.p i>us people in the
sujermarket at Yad Kliyhau
quarter in southeast Tel A\iv on
the ava Roan Hashona.
The aacurity ofSear was called,
an>i he detained the two, In their
a home-n
i consisting of an iron pipe
12 il >ng filled with ex-
plosives and fragments of Iran,
as well as a detonation device.
TIIK TIMIM. -. h ttM a-
phrttmi KM for IS am., some
20 minutes after the devi.-e was
discoverel PoHce dismatled the .
bomb and took the two suspects
for interrogation. A search of
tlie department store revealed .
no o ibs.
The public was at once alerted
over radio to observe any sus- .
dm abject! and report to po-
lice.
Israeli roads were under heavy
traffic as of the early hours of
the morning as tens of thousands
left for the holiday, either to be
with relatives or at rest houses.
or even on picnics near Lake
Tiberias and other sites of camp-
ing.
Security precautions were tak-
en in all these places as welL
Meanwhile, reports said there
The Men's Club of Temple
Fmanu-Kl have a busy schedule
planned this month
Nat content with resting on
their Isurell "f last year when
they were listed a> N<> 1 among
the member clubs of the Nation-
al Federation of Temple Broth
erhoods under president Sher-
man Chassen the members in-
tend to outdo last year's perform
anea under the leadership of Jo
seph Rogers, this year's presi
dent.
Be-ides sponsoring an Adult
Education series of four month
ly breakfast lectures beginning
Sunday. Oct 6. featuring Prof.
Seymour B Liebman on the
"History of Post Biblical Jewry,'
they will be participating in the
Southeast Florida Temple Broth
' arboaos Retreat Oct u
Preparations are also moving
- ahead rapidly for the Las Vegas
night to be held Saturday. Oct.
18 at the temple Donations of
merchandise and gifts for door
prizes and the like are actively
being sought Ail donations be
ing considered as contributions
are tax-deductible
A Men's Club Breakfast Nov.
24 will feature Judge Morton L
Abram of the Broward County
Court.
This will be a critical year In
the life of the Jew is 1 people."
he s.ii! It will be I year in
which the unity of the Jaw Ml
>le will be more essential
than in the past because Israel
will have to cope with more dif-
ficult Dfobtsini in the economic
deld. an increased volume of
immigration and serums prob-
trmtft IfII
ana* *>'e
United Way
Kicks Off
Campaign
Tho u i Be
F i ill i e .. k refe m-
-
it the Set
I'mle : \\ .1 ;:
111 I'.
the refc

the Waal
t Redskins, ha the
Britl I inj

An Bttoi n> ei
he si a past
Greater Lexington Area 'ham
bai e. a ;wi^t n
i of the Board of 1
I'niversitv of Kentucky an
acti\e in otlter civc endeat
He has received the Brotherhood
Award (Tom the National Al
elation of Cbriftianj and Jews
was given the Outstanding
Football Award by the Touch-
down Club. Columbus. Ohio.
Harold Walker. 1975 campaign
chairman and a partner in Ernst
& Ernst, piesented the Cam-
paign Challet.
Master of ceremonies was G.
K Livingston. Jr.. Umtsd Waj
Idem Musk was '. by
the Causeway l.umier Band
Hernie H Welch an En
Bell have b an appointed *
i ', two ma jo the
1975 United Waj Ign.
Welch, chairman of health
Bstl and ad-
mtattsti ator of I
Medical Orator Bel *as
airman the tl im-
portation and utiUl ion,
ting manager of Na-
tional An lb.
Welch, a Ft lauderdale resi-
dent, has pn been chair-
man of the hospital division of
former United Way campa:
He is president of the Pli
Hospital Al
the board of director! I Blue
n of Florida, Inc. He is s
esident of the Downtown
Kiwaius and a member of the
d of dttract era
Guild He also i- i peat t*>ard
member of t,.e VMCA and the
Red Croat, both United Way
agent les.
Bell has lieen a team ca
and a aoHcltor w iker in
lnitsi w,i\ campaigni and b
also active in the Red Cross He
is a ttn Ki'.vai.Ls and ac-
t in the (irehter Ft louder-
dale Chamber of Comme:ce. hav-
ing been a Goodwill Ambass ,
since 1969. A member of the
Broward t'ommui;;' '^ge
Aviation Advisory Board, he was
named a Chamber of Commerce
Centurion in 1973.
blems of defense*
IN THAT connection. Rabin
continued. the ways to show-
unity are many one of the most
im|*>rtant is through Israel
Bonds What is the meaning of
bonds'' It is tre strengthening of
unity through deed*,' the Pre-
mier said.
Premier and Mrs Rabin met
with some 170 Jewish leatlers
and gueetl at a reception at the
New York apartment of To
Tekoah. Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations.
in
Washington. He said he
ftnind an 'onen sai** foi
economic and military n ...^
Replying to questions.
that when the time <
will meWe territorial sgejesaaajn
bnl only in exchange of poiii
concessions from the Arabs.
Among those present at the .-r.
ception wvre Ambassa ;
cha Dinit/ antl Mrs I'm- \t,.
chael Arnon. chief execnti..
fJear af the Israel Bond ",-.,.
n; ami members ;.
raeh press ovrps In New v irb
n i Washington.
Gun-Riuming Bisliop
A Leading Figure
In Aral) Terrorism
London Chronicle S> ndlt ale
Al hUlarion Capucd Who was arrestri!
,- ting him with the Fatah DM
Mkng 0 '",,>"
nd the ti
s the la
id
Arcl I PfUCCi as patriarchal vk :.r for I
t) :
the G
Israeli
ills. g| PBBIOR
| '
in 1
in Israel has Ita
raai it bsj
numb eial and religtoua institutions u
Iouj | -tits t.f tt>e country.
Arabic and II
own bouse, a well organ anadt) an hmdnship Religs '"'l b tlealt with thr-
ecumenical court in Na/areth.
ar HBiauor K\t \. who ha* long advocated I'> >'
/eiuhip of Israel among his flock, was in tlis|mte with the I
Government before the October War over it* refusal to
Greek I atholl to return to the villages of Baram and
which the;, had been removed during the Ind*;-;
4 L9tf
> rejactad the Arelanahap'i pies I
thej be allowed back
In the October War bfaaalgnor Ra>-a was one of
Christian Church lea.iers t.> tnke an open tan.l .rfi tin
He pledged total of a quartet t a million lease
for the war loan mak.n^ a large personal donation and c
on hi> congregation t I dl hW our Jewish broth
Save hb parish" Includes onl) larael >e iaie
i Syrhuvb Kei *a* one 4
all.iw between Lsrael ami the Arab >
1
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ENORAH
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Telephone 971 3330
Mark Weissman, L. F.D.


October 4. 1974
+Jt*1r FkrHltr of Greater Fort UuokiJil
Faga 7-
JNWAKE Of STRONG JUSTICf DEPARTMENT LETTER
la. Realtors Move Against Prejudice
\- i detailed and strongly
1 letter, the U S Justice
iv irtment has toM the Florida
leal Estate Commission to de-
;p a comprehensive program
i ensure compliance with fair
> using provisions of the 1968
. 1 Rights Act.
The letter was stimulated by
levelatfcMM that the Real Estate
[\immission's official Handbook
Contains sections which provide
i a'e brokers and salesmen
rith advice opposing both the
rV.er and ^irlt of civ il rights
la1*
THE JUSTICE Departments
letter was released here by the
l Regional Office of the
Irti Defamation League of H'nai
h which uncovered what it
>-i prejudicial language' in
Commission's Handbook dur-
; the course of an Invettifattoa
.ia> condih-tng into housing
nation against persons of
i lowiata faith.
In Its view, the Justice Depart
lent said the Real Estate Com-
uion'i diaaemlnation of the
furrent edition nf the Handbook
ind or earlier editions baa
itiofl of Feder.il law
GEOatH BERNSTKIN. chair
Iman of the ADL'i Execul
< mraittee, said, "Wi tit
ted by the forthright ar.d
| ful involvement in this mat
|: bj :hc Ju>t.,. Departmanl
We think it Is extremel)
[ jnt that the remedial '
rit by tba Justice Depart
I include 'He establishment,
E igh the Real Estate Com
I: uion, of a state* de mech
|; in for the investigation ..f
. ng discrimination rum-
based on race. re.
>r national ongi.i, along with the
-velopment of a system of
checking compliance with Fed
fral law by real estate brokers
|- t salesmen."
The Justice Department told
e Commission it should take
I f.rmative s*eps to "remedy the
criminatory effects" of its
rpast unlawful conduct" In
immary those steps include-
Revision of the Commit-
'n's Handbook "to eliminate
iny possibility of misunderstand-
tUChayim Group
To Receive Its
Charter Oct. /.5
A membership campaign under
Ihe auspices of the L'Chaylm
I Ft. Lauderdnle Chapter
Ha'iA.ssah has lieen under way
line*' its formation in April 1974
At a special ceremony at the
'kttitaUon Cltj Hall Sept 4.
lack Cart, r officall) pro-
: *!ie month "! I tober as
rHadasaah Month." These cere-
were attended by Mra
MDt in Margolius. president.
Sim; Karman. Mis Kirue
md Mra. Daniel Seltman
il whom are vice-presidents.
Damei Miller, member-
chairman, said the dine in
"is area is part of a nationwide
tfort The mernbarahip goal for
itJou is ISO Millet
it i that a "dramatic in
Hi i.issah membership rm
p cornrnltrnant of more and
ire Amarican Jawa to Jawiah
ontinuitg in the tinted States
' i to su|>p>rt Israel thniugh
ih\ htftwuik of hea'th,
ttiofl an lay, < vt. 15, there will be
erarnasjQ of the pn
itim of the charter to the I
Ihayim Group by Mrs. J
oranz. president of the Ft.
tale Chapter of Mad..
It the Tamarar Jewish Center
nth Mrs Saiu Karman as pro-
gram chairman. Refreshments
be served under the super -
sjoa of hospitality chairmen
William Ttten and Mrs
pnjamin
in? as to the broker's obliga-
tions to comply with Federal
law;
Communication of the
changes in the Handbook to all
brokers and salesmen in the
State of Florida ... in such a
way that the recipient can use
it as a physical replacement for
the former version";
Communication of the
Handbook changes to all mem-
ber Boards of the Nati ma! Al
sociatio" of Realtors in Florida;
Preparation and implemen-
tation of a public informati m
p...-ram de>ign'd to acuaint-
the general public with the
rights and responsibilities creat-
ed by Federal fair housing laws;
Development of a compre-
hensive compliance program ui
dat w h i c h the Conunisd in
would educate licensed and pros-
i brokers and salesmen
irding their obligations under
Federal law. provide machinery
for pro complaints of
housing discriminations, create
procedures ff,r checking an.! ta-
nning ."-npliance I Ken
and salesmen with Federal laws
WHILE THE Justice Depart
ment said it was encouraged by
(he Real Estate Commission's
subsequent expressions
firm policy of equal o
ty." it pointedly noted the De
partment views the case as a
eery serious matter, saying "we
think it our responsibility to
stress that the Commission's
very substantial influence on the
conduct of brokers and salesmen
gives the violations of Federal
law described in this letter a
degree of importance greater
than the run of the mill case
"We note that the most recent
edition of the Handbook was
published tnd disseminated a full
five years after the passage of
the Fair Housing Act "
The Justice Department gave
the Commission 3" days to re-
d to Itl letter .md called at-
tention to the fact that the At-
torney General of the United
Ft it ij k ;o ensure com-
i liance with Fe leral law through
m with no necessitj
for "pre suit notice or negotia-
tion "
AJtTHIR TEITEI.BAIM. di-
rector of ADL's Florida Re-
gional Office, said the League is
investigating several other in-
dividual rases and aspects of
housing discrimination in the
irate
He said the ADL will con-
tinue to Lnvalve Federal law en-
forcement agences whenever nec-
essary to secure the rights of
every person to equal opportuni-
ty to housing "
Trr Leller lo The Editor
'We Want To Do Our Share'
Publisher Funds
Vet Rehabilitation
!.. \\ JTA)Berlin publishing magnate Axel Spr
itl) presented Jerusalam'i Major Ted K.dlek and ii.ni.is-
sah presidenl Mrs R > \T.it/kin with 1.1 million DM for the
e tabli-hment of a rehabilitation center for wounded soldiers on
Jerusalem'! Mount Scopus.
The donation was the result of an appeal made by Springer
to readers of his publications, and represented donations from
thousands of Wat] German,
THE REHABILITATION center will be built and managed
by Hadassah. and will treat Arab and Israeli soldiers.
Mrs Matzkin and Kollek, in thanking Springer for the con-
tribution, said it was particularly noteworthy that it came from
West Germany
Last month. Springer was presented with an honorary doc-
torate of philosophy from Bar Ilan University
At a luncheon given to henor the publisher's commitment
to Israel. Springer said:
Many Germans, certainly most of them, think as I do with
regard to Israel. This applies to all political parties God has
given in Germans the historical opportunity to prove ourselves
once more."
Heritage Playew Schedule Try out*
The Heritage Players the
the iti ip ol Temple Emanu-
B, has announced the selection
of its production for this season
It is Gore Vtdal'l "The Best
Man."
Tryouts and planning meetings
are scheduled for Od 1 and
Oct n in the evening. Previous
acting experience is not required.
presentation of a play calls for
man) abilities i" addition to act
Dig All those who feel the urge
for theater are urged to attend
and lend their skills and abilities.
Please call Stan Quinton or
Marvin Goldman for further in
formation.
UNIVERSITY GYNECOLOGY ASSOCIATES
GARY H. WACHTEL, M.D., FACOG
I. PAUL CHUDNOW, MD.
MICHAEL J. BENJAMIN, MD.
are pieased to announce
the relocation of their
Plantation office to
7301 No. University Drive
Tamarac, Florida 33313
Phone 721-7100
RALPHS CLEANERS
897 N.E. 62nd STREET
(Next to Li'l General)
Cash A Carry
Drapes Flat Press $1.50 and up per panel. Decorator Fold-$2 00
and up per panel. Shirts Laundered-35c.
Phone 771-1785
EDITOR, fcsrfab tTarlaHan
My husband and I are new-
comers to Port Lauderdaie and
ently attended the annual
sting <>! Federation. I am nut
a letter writer usually, hut we
10 i with the
ent words "t Mr. Zvi Ko
when he at the meeting
we feel we mutt
Ml Kolltiz told us that al-
[srael is r* se ling
i hysicaliy" at this time, she itill
onomically as the mast
t.i keep her lefenses
:i.' tl I In- '
Mi. iv it/ told m .' Israel
i have her haw ks and her
it that there Is no room
for osti chet",
VA'e wee very i to
learn thai there are so many
Jews In America who have done
nothing to help Israel live. Mr.
iv.it/ said thai T5 perpent of
the Jaws in America do not
te In any way and that
real enemy is the m-
. our own ivople.
e words of Mr. KoUta will
alwa; i ring In my ears "Our
kill u-s but our in-
different friends will destroy
us!"
Alt! have retired here
with a modest income, we know
thai w ill N< W do our part.
kn 'w that Israel must live
a s want to
i e
K\( HEL R\< HMANE8
Port l.iiuleriliile
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PRIMERS CO.
4490 N.W. 16th St. Margate 33063
Wishes You and Yours
Season's Greetings
Holiday Greetings

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Sliolom Aleichem
On Stage Bewitches
Purdue Audience
B> ..kdai.yah :\.r.l.
l.omloii Chronicle Syndicate
Purdue mkl-wttni uuhwiMj located in Lafayette,
m the annual Van Taijan Loan Fund event
.,: the H.d Komniation whkll attiacta a UUM OS lift* al the
Jewish fnctiitv atH studentm
, iti ml Generation AmffklW,
-p, rliv third lomratton UFhoae praisMathora
m .,. | KtoBt remind them of what it was like to be an
migrant in America.
WT Tilt audience Ml thoroughly American, and it
,,. .... ,,.,- EWol Levine bfOUgM his MM man shew The
\:eichetr." in which, I Ittaf, be t-i^-nr.-d them txd iMvely with Sholom Aleichetr.'s re... r. nj
to the [ftittad States.
PMSB the moment he apj*>ared on stage in h.s turn-off-
eemfcwy etothee and sporttni a was
, between EIHot Levine end hli wrae* tremcet
. lt which h r tebthhed between mi actor and those
who come I watch.
i,_. .,,mi.-. ithaed with bis attempts to in- :
sap eonoH i tol nil
vh, to behave lam
WHAT WW vmk the even* ad wee thai
th,. ;,.,!. not the preMerae. The
nr, cf then In erenta, but
;te.
is and built his entire ever'
. ...

The evenin vltb lai:.
I ed A '
,ta i law.
He 1
n !er in what wa)
i> ha\e bean raiaad In
n Amerkaaa wl* ata but
I
WHAT took Pui lue was an unhea
betweei I
p rtnoj
. Jewish ch are unn
t Levine l .'' ere
Jen in a
rj himself, if he had net given up the warm ta.it for "er-
cloth.
EUfct Levine drinking f",rr> "yahi :
iiggie to re asetf. The
i--ue of autaentkit) i one that the total college p-1
1 i the Jewi on campus the inner turmoil .-
. are.
tiik >i EWON ii how to be eaaaell but if : to
in style.*' I Mi.it I.e.ine laised this issue on the Ul
: tiers.
Ooj will tell whether the American Jewfah i
mtv will awaken to the need to speak to the thifd sjeaeration
In amfaa mamma loshen.' The rebbJa have not baei I t.
e laach "f an impression UBOfl the JfO Ith Perhaps it
Una to call UBOB Ofji take the center of the stage.
In a land where it i* Incoming in.-re '
any rat between the life ttyie o4 "'. n-
Jewa an i native Americana, the community's leede
tit !** well aaMaaJ ta coaaaaar tiie alternatives to formal
education la date the survival of the Amerk in
J. H
National Religious Party
Votes to Join Coalition
B\ l>\\ ID LANDAU
JEW S M.I M (J Hie
.;>n-
. Jen b>
ier Vit/hak
onalil
ttee eppeoved the
i i per-
rent tran i>arty
Vit/hak
crn n'.rr
.. |n
ieii that the
NRP lta
he Cabinet than out.
TIIK NKI-*
Guard and the centrist fact: m
the
.
further con-

Parrj p >sed a new quandrj lor
!': Rabin on
n the V it i
meeting in Tel Avt% over the
weekend, t.
BHOI II) BOTH of his ooali-
with the
se\en Knesset \"te.< m
lee oat gam
of or:
Brandeii Women
Resume Activity
i Unltenit) SatianaJ
W -men Committee. Fort !
HUkO Beach Chapter
board meeting Honda)
at the Fort L-iudenlale home ol
Mrs Stuart Bederman.
The music appreciation itud)
croup will meet at 8 BJB Mon
day in the home of Mrs Kenneth
UroH 1001 SW 7th kvt Plan
tatlon hire Stephen Semen
will lead the discussion on Mw
aul
Mrs. Maurce Leitman in in
charge of the Vudl 10 Arttats'
Studios Tuesday it 1 ?m The
group will \n>it the rtadio of
(.-rtrude Knuht at 8i&) BOI
Lakes Dr. Sunrise Id Kaifhl
m bnprecBOaisUc and contem-
porary arti>:
Tbunday, at "400 sw 6th st Plantation,
Mrs Paul Chu Inow nil] lead a
group diectuuHM on "How to
Raise a Responsible Child The
irdted to the
women who ilgn up ar.d
meet for eiirht conectiti\T weekl
JOSEPH JLSIP
< .'iitiniK'd from Pace I-
e "n the
I
S let again II

riski I
dare I
what President Sa lai
to .- .:'! No wondo n. thai
the re ent tneetii
rillll IHHIinntifl Fratcniitv (W
New SiiMui With Free Lectures
S i \ ortda Alumni
Chapter "t Kb> PI Phi Interna-
lg] Pharmaceutical fr.ttcrn tv
\g oaenwi its lfM-1078 seasan
i,., iPedneadajr, on 2 at 8 pm
at the First Federal Baelafi and
BHcayne Bh
N .ith Miami Beach.
The speaker of the evening is
Dr Robert Berger, president of
Florida of (JastroKn
kofietl who is a memer of
the facultv of the Iniversity of
Miami School af Medicine. Hi
snbj>.! is rhe Nervoui stom-
ach '
WedniMlay. Oct 30. at the
I>i Karl Barron.
| alofisl and internist, will
ipeak it 8 pm on "DniKs Uaai
in Hypertension Dr Barron
is a m< i. r of the teaching
at the I'm
lease. The othe
n i wil be Rn u r *
teal* irefos.ion.1 rppr**
an :
sreredited for ooniinuine ad
the Iraternii
open invitation :
and vkutini pharmacists n ^JH
Honda to join them V. VfJ "I
also invited There ail] be o J\
mission ebarge
After the lecture. >.,,,, ^j
he a short busua ^ i I
the fraternity memh
The committee in char* ,J
Ben Saks, chairmar
I'dud. Alan Kat/ |
ner. Louts Oittnrr !
baft, chancellor, ar 1;^-
Barron vice char...
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* Jtnlit Fhririitr Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
IE0_M1NDLIK
Nation Suffers After-Effects of Pardon...
, mfiniird from rate 4-
,,ii minded" for their short
edness.
The "fair-minded" (read
p nko. commie, radiclib in the
Id days' merely believe'
Nrxoo'l motivation and ae
were self sen ing and il-
legal.
THIS MEANS that their be-
lied may well be open to
error They arr ,n fact cither
irilUH or n; and we c.in
expect that Nixon and or his sur
tei wil demonstrate this, to
quote from the largel) illiterate
and unimaginative Water]
tattimon) at another point in
time "
A:ul while Nixon refers to his
m mistakes and misjudg-
ments," there is no real candor
in the confession. He does not
detail them Why ahoukl he?
There has been neither a trial
i.or a conviction.
And -a. h.-> simply declares
that they "seem" to support th"
national belief that he com-
mitted wrongdoing, which also
,'iously Is an error, and which
he also will take up on. say.
tome future occasion to be call-
ed Misjudgment i1
IV OTHER words, the whole
thing u a trumped-up charge
pts if because I -1
deeply love" the nation, and
Aral) Prestige Up as UN Assembly Gathers
By YITZHAK RABIN
n NATIONS IJTA1
will i- ,i
int in (i
lion "i the Gen
'-.-'
.. foi three months I
at on
i with by
. del-- iti
iC "I
'.'.. tern
[ the
md u i

IS l-HV \ MM S
:
n the
-

I
*r '
es In thr
it, will impinge "ii and
I Mid-
II
Mil: l^fMKI its
i r'nwd
) !- m I and \
| have
I *ith I'S,
nistratiofl 1< aik-nt on the
lie\i stage in
la Mi.least pe | I he up-
I Geneva talks are loonv
| rei ariosssiy on the tum/*>n.
At the same time, war talk
Cairo u. becoming more
vt and the Syrians are
receiving massdve shindies iiilita i :ware from tl\
\iet Union.
The session this year will
Me. in broad outttnea,
.....t the V S. in the
Mi least. The American atti-
ude cowards [araeJ, the Arab*
md the Palestinian may do-
amal wes dJaclosed
Cuesday by Sectetnrj ol state
A Ki-ssinger in an ad-
baforo the Assembly and
\n President Fords major fbr-
polk > address to the
n Wednesday.
The the USSR anl
'hma will alao bo crucial in
ieu ol ongoing relations with
tie Arab in I kfri m states
d the Palestinian terrorist
ivementa,
XI THE SgjhBSJjaf, SeSSSOO the
..illy closed last
('"'- sosaksg and ejected As-
tria'i Foreign Minister Ab-
: ika. leader "I
I iwerful non aligned bloc,
weaidenl ol the Asatmbly.
yeai i sasason bad to
officially closed because the
. ; meet'
without adjourning, tivh-
tally staying in session so
taat it could meet immediately
^ceae of a new Mm least criam.
lacant reports from A-ab
;>itals, and underscored by
the re.] ,.>st aul roitted last
sekend. n ial the P
' ab,
Africa nisi and non-
alignc I
.i i j i, -.
tii
i
have i- an u.i ier
i:m i\n.i I'M De-
:
nts to
in
i I
it
\ l
h I
ci stal

I
il L'N I
i. thi a
St X." and 1
prevent I nt, hut
;.,...-. ..v.; .,.^v JtJ OO-
IS il I ist,
and protest the i Imission "t
: ,i lib-
. lll"!l I'H''......lit
i>r\mi I lor Toael
'iv,. il fea wei
.'.:-. n Israel
for conaultatlona, that the
General aiiiihhlj v iti i>e a tsal
l. i the Arabs, and will show
il they mean peace or war."
Referring to the Arabs' in-
tention to establish the PLO
at tle IN Tekoah said that in
Itself is not an act that shows
a daeira for peaet
Tekoah maintained that the
real teal ol Arab Intentions will
i e wh>n the question of the
peace-keeping forces In the
Mideast lUNEF in the Sinai
and UNDQF on the Golan
Heights) is ralaed in the secur-
ity i 'oundl
l"NI F's mandate expires
Oct M and UNDOFs Nov. 3ft
If the prolonged,
the question of funds appro-
priations will ba taken by the
Assembly.
According lO Tekoah. the
I ,. of I'N forces in ihn
^ in '
u irt the lengi .a-
meiit accoi Is at .i whole Ones
the Ars '"*
L'N forces,
in Heir to-
ty.
1 Hi-. OBOWING
between the L'nil rod
I the gradual
.shut bj the i Mt
tow **" '"
the Mideast, will be watched
aly.
it will ie b ing the
AaaaeaMy amen atinlsai
)> The frilled
States "
Ith Israel w hensn er
the Palestinian las le emei
I. on its i watch-
the sit latkm carefully in
e ports tiuit
PLO is seel ing U S. backing
for As-
A n rel it
sduled i"
An
to
trod ic-
i
I

i '

u
nu>
. i
: el irixjses will
l. prmitte
I III com i;>\ ERSl M
Bill
t year in a da
es. The
A
atrocit
"-i i-
! in obl
i \t th

-
As in prevl i yean fsi
i \
:. lion and i stations by I
1 SSR, the Ai Third
\\ ntriei when the iss le
on of ten i-
I
[srae mned by the
on thai The
I to eon-
ol viol
the h

Israel
ISR \il. IS
in ai
\,et ,i
|y a
"Milt
in t.
.
an ..t te i '
attenl

cltizi
\\ hatevcr the o
'
i

\
l

n of
irn
Will it ifl en a i
Milled
by wli.it happen
: the As*
to taki u| the M
the Vo:i Kip( 'ted.
Jewish 'Navy' Launched
In Curacao in 1600\s
By Special Report
WII.I BMSTAD, Curacao
Modern Israel with all its mili-
tary proweei could probably looK
with envy on the Jewish "navy"
of Curacao a band of tough,
skilled seafarers who settled the
island in the early 1600s.
These :ne: chants turned sailors
snd -hiixiwners so dominated
shipping in the Netherlands An-
tilles and surrounding Caribbean
that it became almost exclusively
a Jewish enterprise "
THE JEWS of Curacao, who
migrated from Recife, Brazil, and
Holland on ships owned by n la-
lives, were tailing the seas In
their o n ships a.s early as 1652
or before.
Taking advantage nf the es 11
lent poi' .it Willemstad now
the world's fifth busksl harbor
the) navigated their "floating
v throughout the Caribbean
ami ie Spanish Main, even to
North America and Europe.
Largelv, they traded manufac-
tured goods from Holland for
raw nuti rials destined for Cll-
racao and Europe.
conserx \ fffl astimates pal
the numbei Of Jewish-owned I
>, Is at JO0 during their first 60
in Carat
The record indicates how
amazingly prodigious their activ-
ity uas: between li81-1919. there
were 1.120 Jewish-owned ships in
the "navy and. from 1699-1881.
240 Jewish captains sailed the
seas.
At one point, it s said, every
Jewish merchant in Curacao
owned a vessel
MANY OF these sailOTI who
loved and lived by the sea have
where they attend V kve Israel
synagogue, oldest religious build
ing of i|s kind in the Americas
Names like Madun\" "Jesurun."
"de Medina." Senior.'' and "Dg
Costa Gomel" are pi eminent
now, BS then
Meal life for those early
Jewish sailors was no bed of
roses almost my \ >j n was
perilous and losses wen its
ing. They were under constant
harassment h> pirates md priva-
teers who infested the wan
and they had to contend With
religious fanaticism, particularly
the Inquisition
white HOLLAND equipped
tu o hips with c
ships between Europe and Cure-
cao. merchants of the i-Iand
banded together to arm pro a
lei i of their own fo tion
on then Caribbean re
The Jewish "navy1 hly
affective. AI one point the Span-
lah Amhs lador to Holland found
It m protest
in at' ick on Spanish shipping
near Santo Domingo by a pair
f Jewish-owned s.oops.
"I so greatly respect" the presi-
dency, two assertions one must
take in hand as tenderly for the
grain ol truth in them as one
takes in hand his address to the
fair minded" and his acquie-
s rin i ; gas and misjudg-
ments "
Understood in this way- the
first of these gems, where Nixon
ii tcribes "the depths <>f my re-
gret and pain." needs no further
analysis. It is Isaplicit in the sec-
ond anal]
It all comes to the same thing:
Buckley notwithstanding, there
is no apology in the Nixon state-
ment at all. What is worse, there
is no ivm irse, which, would show
i \ von moral ition of
Watergate after the fact.
QITTE THE contrary, at best
there is a pragmatic acceptance
of hit of the presidency 'I
now understand" means he un-
derstands why it happened.
H was all a matter of practical
utilitarian politics involving
maneiiM that did
...,.i !'. i.i it did not
work, meanl was be was
cau 'lit. he m i es that it
not
a question of moral:t> -Ottl) that
De.i in. Mitchell and
Co bol e Job f r I
i ishe 1
is a U ng-
I. a
on his
, xcesses in Ih : 11 sidem y
HE oi ir i iuse the
Ho..
of 1 'mt
. ise he : -' i~ poiil 1
The

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1
: lulie N wer,
' of .\

'
(tilled in
will be s k le ii id to
ste 'hit no pard in
necessarv m the first plac"
hithoi r TIM trial thai the
i' m has now d pri^ed
us of. the B h Ueys an I the Ei>
howen Will be free t0 rewrite
the history of Nixon's role in
Watei tate as the) see fit and,
indeed, as they've abroad) in
to do.
Ford's pardon hasn't put an
end to the book of Watergate, as
he promised It has merely as-
sured the fact that it will remain
permanently unfinished and
subject to whoever cares to
peculate about a finishing chap-
ter all his own.
The precedent that tins estab-
lishes for future power hungry
presidents Is ., dangerous on< be-
cause now there is no precedent
at all Th* people ha\e not called
Nixon to account other than to
deprive him of his office and
then to engage in debate over
whether to bestow upon him a
million dollars a year for the
rest >f his life, or perhaps a
slight 1.' more modest figure.
Why should a future meg.il-
omaniee fear an) worse treat-
ment "
richxrd ntxon. the de-
posed President, is therefore not
gone from the scene Instead, his
brutally corrosive nature which
infected American political life
for a quarter of a century, con-
nun BS it i I
for a long time to come
\\ inch leaves us with the most
curious of all, for the
moment at least is Ford really
President? Would s mi-
nstalled In the White
e agage In such shenani-
There are Ford's glowing
Ii Q n thi n, th. re are his
acrid d ahich the Nixon
pardon was onrj one example.
The coming months will tell last
how much Nixon is still with us
and in what capacity.
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Jenltfrkridtor
of Groat** Port laoderdat*
rYiday. October 4.
197
Religious
Services
KJST IAUOMOAU
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
N.W 57th St.. iCenervativl Rab-
bi Milton J. Ort
BETh ISRAEL iTmplt> 7100 V*.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Prnl'B
A. Laboita. Cantor Maurica Nay.
IMANU-IL. SMS W. Oakland Park
Olvd R.furm. Rabbi Arthur J Ab-
rimi Cantor Jaroana Kitmar. *
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Cantar Jacob J. Ranter.
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Sa***aS*Wp%VM*MaaaPVM>
Adolf Classes
For Confirmation^
Bar-Hat Mitzvah
T mp (4B of "".roster
Ft I.auderdalc is continui:
procram thai
sn Adult Bar !'
for complete trainiri
Bar or Bat Mitzvah at the end of
the school year It is a special
both for
*iult> who have and for tl
who have not any know led.
ew.
Classes will be.
at 10 a.m. in I
and will be held each Sundav
mornme during tne id
by Rabbi Arthur J A brains and
Cantor Jerome Klement The
program will include Stud) ,.(
the Torah portion, the Hebrew
blessings, ability to read Hebrew
and full discussion of the Torah
KSatt
A minimum of 10 student-
required to institute the I I
Pa*a*0 call the rabbi s secretary
for registration and information
Also beginning on Sunday. Oct.
13. but starting at 11 am. is a
new class for adults who have
never hefure lieen confirmed.
No Hebrew is required Th>
will also require a minimum ol
10 students and will nif.t each
Sunday morning.
The students v. in
a year's program of Jewish
cation which will lead to a '
at the con
ion of the -
may regi ter by callinf the rab
Lelunaa'a Voting
Record Top Kat< WASHINGTON, DjC *
-srmn William larhman (D.-
I
Members received the hi:
rating from APT, ai. iree
n from FkKidB-
AFT based its ratir
relating to ed icatk -
er affairs, health m
}>ai;n reform.
K- that en ;tK-Iu in the r.itinc are the eoBffjri
report on the omnil
MEW a;> ions,
the e increase.
ri employees, and bill to establish
a Consumer Protection Agency.
Programs Needed to Preserve Judaism
By Special Report
ATLANTA The problems
of Jewish life in America can
not be solved with the ap-
proaches we are using today Of
the six million Jews in America,
only a little over half are in-
vohid in some way in the or-
ganized Jew ish community
whether it be the synagogue. Ha-
daah. the welfare funds of the
U.V
Moreover, it is reasonably
clear that our declining birth
rate and our high rate of inter-
marnace will by the year 2.000
tore us with at least one million
n this country than
we have today." Rabbi Mordecai
Waxman, president of the Rab-
J 1 loomnlj the organiza-
tion of Conservative rabbis, said

Dr Waxaaan i I the
o Plenary of Etedawah'f
60th annual nation convention,
which met at the Marriott Motor
Hot
IYKN THIS decline in popu-
lation might be tolerable if the
American Jewish community
i with a malaise
inding to the inflation
and the devaluation which we see
in the economic market,"" Rabbi
Waxman said.
We have undergone a de-
valuation of our spiritual coinage
so that we are satisfied with
vailed Jrw-
il a far cry
> or authen-
'
In the fa.e of inflation in
tual ma- are tr>
buy with the same -
11u 1 t 0 -ime money
and the same methods that
which a not buy in the
chaotic and more stable situation
rdaj
He "Good will and
concern are not enough Nor is
answer of ~ome Jewish
npa, 'h.it retreat into our
ourselves, h:ock out th
the world and cultivate our own
garden a useful prescription for
Jewry today Nor will general
salvation come from the Jewish
day schools which can never
serve more than a limited per-
centage of our children Indeed,
the whole philosophy that a little
child shall lead them is psycho
logically unsound and socially
disastrous
WHAT WE need in American
Jewish lift the same sort of
radical break with our conven-
tional patterns that was involved
in and was necessary' for the crea
tiotl of the State of Israel.
To me. the decisive element in
the creation of [sx*l'. was not
that Jews bt-came farmers and
sold -
- had <
environment The moi
recreate
the ce
who f to
uage that came
the bob!
ISM and :
of tl ran sasvUBg i
e break with their natural
patttrns and were making some-
m a remote pa
ng blocks of the fu
ture.
' IN THE ame spirit of radi-
cal, deliberate decisioa and
break with conventional patterns
there are things we have to do
if we mean to have a viable
uation and Jewish people in this
itrj 25 v.ars from now:
"Wo have first of all to re
claim the Jewish home as a place
rtabilit) and as a place where
a certain d. of be-
havior and values is lived and
taught.
.ruth, the Sabbath, the
grace after meals. Jewish srti
facts', books, newspapers must be
part of the landscape of the
home if we want to create an in
scape Perhaps, we need to re-
furbish the idea that 'words of
Torah.' a portion of the weekly
Sedrah or some Jewish issue is
regularly discussed at the Friday
evening table.
Very little of this is natural
for most of us. and yet it may
prove indispensable Character,
both for children and adults
must be developed in the home
The shul. the school and Um
youth groups are ancHlanes not
substitutes
I IUGGECT that we n
have to take seriously the devel-
opment of a second language as
an integral part of our lives Vid
dish rtainly a uniting fac-
tor in the Jewish world in the
past Hebnw is I ho obvl
lane I "> ,,: *h. ll
spable of carry-
ing a fr. meaning
! ban
do-. of making II an
essential pan of our I i
.. task should not be beyond
our energy or i Kt the
very lea-t. the value
terms have to reeutet i v
and speech and five us a com-
mon langua A M kM we
must recognize are shaped b)
language
\ popular -shire
negligibly priced and vi|
U ibuted sb kiI I le a major
rican -!
commun
i> not onh
Hire which is being put out. but
a type of missionary literature
and a missionary real in distri-
bution
i AM always impressed by
the woman who draws up in
front of our house every month
in an expensive car and proceeds
to deliver Jehovah Witness lit-
erature and to colled 10 cents
for it I m equally impresaed
with the young HassiJim who
,r peopts on the streets for
whatever M :/vah they happen
to pushing at the moment.
her doctrine is my style.
But I could wish that the more
normative form of Judaism.
h w r-prcsent. had the
:t of missionary real in
Judaism as
ire do m collecting OaflSMf Pat
the causei we espouse
Ui: NEED. too. to expend
00, money and lmasina-
on building, informal insti
n which Jewish educa
ind life patterns ran
bi ninicated to adults In-
stitut.i 's like ("hautauqua or the
Brar- Camp m California
ibiiihod sll
urhr) for vacation
pas.
people have to
h life si
--.eir
an emulate
"In the same vein, w
within the ejaflafftptioajj
turetobeinv inilllw,
one another in a larger
artificial family structur*"
reduction of the family t0
frsgmental units a* a rMl
the mobility whuh has ..
grandparent.-, from chikhreT,
children fr..m parent. muit
overwme artificially ;
shared monu-nts at the jjj
tables or csJabrsUoni i%jj
enduring attitudes .
sre built
-ALL OF .',
exist Bit they a:-
or with suffk it nt
ever. I must intr
caveat None of I pt0r
can be meaning. a.
-akh
with re! .v K>
ligiottS instituti
I he natur.il
ishr<< which can
rael ithmish it
eana
Judaism and Ji
irmcisllj cu.*
in a difficu!"
are to see fruits. *
seed and cult
BEIIINM 1H
gr.->m< I have
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Mar.
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Friday, Oc.ober 4. 1974 +U-*Ut fhrl-fiir of Create Fort Lcuderdalo Vnae 11
s
;y
incur
K Xui
mcxn
r
irorgian Silver
iocs to Hadassah
[AT A time whT lsi.nl KUtl]
* needs both moral and mate
,pp hi Albert P Hinekle)
, omc through hand mms
Shortly ;ift*r the
k pi in War mi underway
l Mriboted his collection of
m ii. T to Radaaaah for
\ easons
The silver's sale would bring
100 to help purchase Supplies
Israeli soldiers wounded on
[ Syrian and Egyptian fronts
more importantly, his
ouragr otht I
especially non-Jews
i more of
he- [Of Israel
HlMKl.FY is an architect
i n.i. fr >m Philips
: Pria baa, 1M6. MIT,
an F.pis horn
(Cisco, N v Mi- '. ithcr ii
i I.' s \' an c ilonel
ii \\\- Hlaekl
[ living m Warrenton, Vir-
[ ,n the ld Don-.
untrj With this
| round, boa did hii ardor
I si ael come about?
In offering his silver to
; lideat Rose y.
d Hinckley explained that
"n idjj i tal and
n ba with Israel"
iMfcftl a hen I Uvad m
\ He almost to'
id became an 1st i
|si io|." he mi i.
' my life "
ii \i I. atarted -fter
Dmpletmg his architectural
I it Hy He as travel iBg
, wBfn his original plans
i I derided to make
then |gh the Sear East
Turkey, Ffvpt. Lebanon and
i |n I>i ael." he laid
oth Egypt and Lebanon.
i ajaaaad to anti Israeli
nda as a matter of
w rifle I had no real feel-
t the situation, I found
. .irtda crude and 1 b
nti rested And !x weal
" being b iffeted by
. f hotel rooraa in
i he thought I-'ael was
\ nti! he b r
an Isn !' I'jfi
I felt, who urwiaded him
p to Selilee
I that tt ijt Rafi told ma
i ;, ut the h 'i
I Israel.' he said
i nta pel ipective
an fj i| I
sen been leeiag
|tii\t EXPMttPICE, i -
" whirh he -
c-1 as literature i> it th <
it" and. amon*
things i fear that I was
ding home to a ran *oft and
- prohali \ letfTCCtive life."
| him to d. ride to ret u n
el for a couple of vear-
itij then HinaMai -aid. he
nh a casual contact with
I BL In school and eollefe
new q n'e a few Jew- but
tie intimate!. "My parents
d aati Seniti-m in
I ever been exposed
first hand I had read
i \ meat' and
d net er to haee anj
ntftism "
I if !. I to
n I lhat ba < d.
arid
1 I
: : ti>
m> at.
i hi \ hi: Bteraaad hit
port 'i
til i* hs M
I Htti- a
live in th* place wh
I red Folk- Bernadotte ia
friend o' the family and
himself n>boed blind in the
Earn?"
A Diatribe Against Christianity F
-. 'U- .1 ',
- rpilIKi: ARK ime jPWS whl) h, ;,,,,, .V]|,
" on the \ i.;,. f the Messianic Afa be-
r'r I ;- once again the land of I
isfa people T!i i who recite praj
fan iliar with the "Aleyau" which prodalmi God
ls i Raited harauafty and rtates that
Id will I)- when that day arrives
If there is to be a united humanitv reli-
gtaaabjr, Christiaaity would have to drop the con-
cept >f the Triaity "The Ja tabliahment."
by Johanne. Lehmana, translated from the G
man by Martin Ebon I New York, n-mbleday A
(o. $5 95. -1\2 ,!i ,|,jke the faith of
Christian readers to their roots.
THK At THOR [| news feature editor at
Munich s bjrgaaj rails station He studi'-d the-
ajy and kindred subjects at universities in
Halle Edinburgh ami Berlin.
.' tlcal study of how
Jeaui ami bora and died u .i Jew and
never contemplated creating a non Jewish f, i
how the Church was born, conquered the world.
transformed faith into ideology, falsified hiatory,
dhttorted aceouata, and soon lost its ideal.
THF \ IIJ.AIN ho initiated the forccoinu
i< Paul, who ami born Saul of Tarsus
ds that Saul F'aul was not an
i>nhi>di>\ J ;" op] i
Although in "Acts" Paul write that he
i Jew Bad educated in Jerusalem, th"
by Pi ll "I was once alive apart from the law'
is overlooked.
Paul never knew Jesus and ni< vision on the
to Dam.- regarded as fictional by
net Lehman.
1IIK Al'TIIOR deduces fr about i\ in-; apart from the law" and ot>>,.r farts
'hat v rents "may not have been too parti
cular in their observance of the Torah '"*
He also notes that it was Luke who wrote
thai Paul had studied under Oamalie and that
this was written many years after Paul's death
Paul never said this.
I.ehmann alo cites sources which raise
doubts about Saul's studies and that he was an
ordained rabbi.
"We are surr of onlv one thine: before his
conversion. Paul was a Pharisee." Teaa el thou
sands {,f Christian preachers would '!" well to
make neat for their use of tlie word,
"Pi:. i pi lot al re.
PAl'I. is the founder of Christianity, r."t
-. and both were Pharisees The two two
chapters of the book are The Manufactured
Faith" and "Failure of a Mission."
Paul wai all th n^s to all men, and that is
one explanation of how he became a MCCeasful
elist Careh rith the truth was an
add.- -a.
r\ evert ^e-ji'ii
Is American Violence Unending?
..I'M TUtED of all this. rm taking over" M,
I said when he killed Mrs Martin
Luther Knc Sr, martyred mother of a martyred
son
Thr'"e former Ohio National Guardsmen in
cooaactaon nh the killiag <>f four Kent state Dni
' indicated they wen
tired of their plight al^> a few days after Marcus
ChenauH ihol Mrs Km-
THE Fdrmkr sjuardaaten udced i feden
'nci court In and to diamiaa the mdictn,
rits brought in by a fsd<
grand jm>
v i i bogn Bad m-n with etins cet tired of the
troubles besetting them, we are all in danger Mrs
wh w.i Imly her f r "r:- religious
on the rsan in Ebeaexer I5a;>t;st Church
Atlanta when QaaaauU firmed her d,>wn al
a is tinvl .vit'--. the mourninc over
BgS,
Put she dispelled her weariness b) diaaei
p-aee and not by artvinf .i weapon
All of ui rch for reasons for the tin
radiaa peel oi violence, and then go or. to
to find ways to end the Daadaeaa u d aaj wt
weary aaa we are taking over: but we couldn't
live with our consciences if we did
WE KNOW that lawlessness and violence
characterised our frontiers -i 'h* foraaatJve years
.if our nation Wc know th..t Violeace is easier than
e\cr to touch off in this era of bigger banks for a
few bucks
We know thai Hu carnage pwwina out >.f two
world wars. ;he con'lict in Korea. Vietnam, the
Middle Bast Ireland ail comprise case histories ot
the ease with which the snuffing out of lives is
-h;
The American habi' of not only permitting our
kids to i' hoys and Indiami Indian* i enc uraglai them thus to while
away the hours ii surely s caatrtbutiafl factor to
ahristle with gunshol and tele
.: a th cannon and rifle fire add to
the frenxied scene
hi: mi st not cop out durin e of our
iniaationi eres We've
msde heroe- out of Jess' James Billy the Kid
Prettj B 1 John Dillinger, and Clyde Bar
row-, and now we must paj In our brief span of
21 years, we suffered the lynching of 2JBO0 Blacks
i aberein i >me of th
about the need lor bra and order
most iadueti oua when time comes to go out
an imagined an
iirf J^'ilpe
rt
The Arabs Will be the First Fired
Balfi
|N IIS tfrnasjlt to combat rampant mf it on
thi I reel Ooveraaseat is hslring a number of
ilrasi i h ike ool ool) the ec ia-
.: and ml
situat -" 'tinaea w
ufficieal
\s la the cost of Ui Ing
six m >n il

and -
HIAIT. ar the heat -n at
i of I aatioa
The I
on twi
hmg list ad ssjUdiaga whieh t is now
forbidden to erect includes libraries, ho-i
universitj facilities, apartment houses and
others.
The ban haj been applied widely, with the
intention of slowing down circulations of money,
and forcing Mi tusandl Ol laborers from this field
into other areas which are sh.>rt of hand- Both
of these re--, its ari l
is well
IT IS i

. ] ....
Hi I th< \rab-- wh
id from
oynaent in i-
to -'i- have bean the major '..
caatributiag to peace and quiet in the occupied
areas.
rt
*+ Hm
How a Talented
Star Got Starts
Hollywood
i I iz\ a/ikri. th, 28-year-old
nil ^tar of
the movie. "Kazablan." has re-
turned t.i the Weal ^'uast for her
eond i enl at the
Athenian Gardens" m Holly-
wood i he talented young lady
. sample for the other
It i | the coin of the refugee
problem in the Middle East.
N. was taken by her parents from
her native Casablanca to Israel
u> escape itov. ng anti-Jewish
sentiiaeats in Morocco |ual
was Judj Alma, another Hebrew
art. pp< ari town, who
was brn in darakesh and still
has the scar on her forehead
from a pogrom In her native
'. >wn
M.I/.A POINTS to the hun-
dred- of French-
speaking people n North Africa
and tai i Min >r, Chi i itians and
Jews who fled when Vial) na-
tioaalivai n ulfed I is M
v mt Hard i ever hears
from them or about then- casu-
alties
who are not headliners
on the international stage or
screen are completely forgotten.
Mi \. kri paid her toll for sur-
vivs ler parents were
kill d in Israt I'S War for In-
dependence
Vet. *iv n th sparkingly beao-
tiful exoij. lad] comes out to
nee in Hebrew,
Greek, French lc, there
is no mail e but only love and
understanding
IT \F.vi:r happens that any-
one at the Athenian Gardena,"
a husje mpper-club favored by
Creeks, larks Armenians, Sao-
raa, An Jews, and Arabs
from many land-, will object to
A /as handshake and joyous
Shalosn,"
After a two and a half year
term in tfu Israeli army, Alisa
appeared in the title role of the
miisi.-.ii. i: :n,i La Douce," at the
hunah m Tel Avii Signed to
a recording her song,
\.i \:i \i became
the No l hit "f the year
While on tour abroad, the
'.' ". lenced her ta
retarn and volunteer to enter-
tain the larael forces from tha
Golan Heights to the Suez ("anal.
IS the Rosa-Bar
sinter in "Kazablan she is on
.i rhiriwiad engagement m night
ba throughout the United
State- before returning to Israel
for another tour of duty with the-
entertainment arm of the He
brev. aunt i forces .
"THF MAN in the (ila-s
h." the controversial Robert
pi i\. adapted for the screen
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fore the cameras in Hollywood
under th<- auspices of Fly
Laadau'i Film The-
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tured in New York bj Israeli
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