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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Miami, Fla

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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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wJemsti Floridiai hi
.urne 3 Number 21
OF UREATKR FQHT f If IUIBBAMM
Friday, October 18, 1974
Price 25
Allan E. Baer To Lead 75 UJA-IEF Campaign
! (i.nnit/ pr.-M.k-nt ..f
Jewish Federation of Gie.it-
Forl l.ati i Allan K. Bun. prominent
nture executive uhn is \ ue
i nl ol Ui.m I'unitui.
i .111;. and Hae' Hum.' ( >'it
a i! M : \.- ,- :, :
ii >f the 1976 Jewish
hVm'a Halted Jewish \;
eal Israel Iknergency Fund
ilgn
Baei is a i iMent
the Jewish Fed ration i>i
iter F.irt Lauderdala and
c .in tin1 Advance Gifts
; >inn < batman for the auc-
I'-Tl drive He it a mem-
i III.' ClirtliilMr ..I (.
. ti-.- Woodlands Country
1 the 'Sean Reef Club, anil
<'lul> as well .1
i the board ol di
- "I Temple Fmanu-FI
in lib native South Band. ind,
tiw in
ALLAN I. lAfl
the Jewish .in.i general eommu-
nit.-. Hi served as chairman < t
the Metropolitan Division ol the
I' J a was i'ii -1 lent ol the
Brotherhood .ir> the board a
11- 1;. th El, and wa 1 iibei
1 both the Junior and Senior
(liambera ol Con merct and "f
th. Rotar)
Mr. Boer, In accepting the
lirmanahip, aald he did to I*-
: ins deep 00m,. Uon that
what each individual Jew ikies
la. dtrei t affect on the con-
tin !: existent and aurvival of
' I owe my dedication to Je*-
and civic 1 taaa to in. time
if learning thia reaponaibUit>'
from n irents." Mr. Ban
- lid
Mi Bai ither, I.
haa bean extremal) active in the
Hollywood campaign aa p!.
in many other organizations in
1 < community. His father, Mel-
mm 11 Baer, la tl n al cam-
1 ill man In < Sreater Hoi*
lywood and one ol the outstand-
lea ii'is ;n thai community.
He reci irned from a
1 J.A Mission t.i Israel where
he saw First hand the results <'i
I hi recenl wai The coats weir
not only in terms of
.'. hi. h amounted 1 > ovw
ST billion, b n also the loaa of
lives u:i. significant, and three
times 1 man w ei a m .. inch I
in the Slx-1 a \'. at
ini ation haa riai rate
ol 36* r. Is! ar'.s 11, ,v. 1 ., .. ai
1 1 ercant ol tin lr In "'no in
taxes an.1 alao must participate
in compulsory loam 1 ;n top .>;
this, aome 75.000 Immigra
expected in 1973. The coal now
..t ai.-'M bins: in avei age Jewish
Soviet famil) i~ ..\.-:- |jo 00
Mi Baer 1 dd thai tl
1.an Jewish Community faces a
nge The goal
ne 1973 I J \
to iais.- $90 1 ml
In 1 the Great Fur*
La aie.itaie area to mael Ita
share ol ever) Jew m
the communit) mual al
and be counted, iw said
T'-es, are histoi Ic times It
a fail I Bd now, the very sur-
I Val nl the State of Is. ,, .- ||
stake and with ;t, the .:,
d Jewish life
ami Id." he declare i
in order t 1 meet 01
. the c m n inity is t> .
J< u in the communit)
: -.1 thai w
t to pan
tins life tavii impaisn
Women's Division To Conduct
Campaign Leaders Workshop
Bank Crisis Worsens as Top Exec
Is Suspended for Fiscal Policies
Bj l\\ll> LANOA1
Jl Kl S.M.I M |JTA
phoned Finance Minister Yeho-
_ ah 1.1 Rabinowil attend'
"' 1 ''''"i1 has tele- tng the International Monetan
Consul General keynote Speaker
\i Temple Kmami-KI Bond* Dinner
10NSUL CfWfffAl tMANUil SW'MOWI
lion Kmaiiuol Shlmoni,
' :.....tl 1: o( the State uf
in Philadelphia, will be
n la spesdaar at the Tem-
I 1..111U I I Isiael lunnei ..|
5 n hay, i lei L'T at Pier
' a baa bean announced by
Ai-thm- J. A brains, spirit
loader ot tlw Fort louder-
congregation.
Mr. Shimoni was horn in
S'Mitri Africa and emigrated to
I-1 ifl in 195o where he JoaMal
Cibbuta T/or'ah. He wan later
Miployed in vaiHHis rapucita-s
b) the Jewish As*ency in Jerusa
he dealt with the in-
I of 11'.\ immigi ants.
In Shimoni Joined
Governn nl en lea, au
si.. iu ol the
'.f i.d and Cul
: 1 lure iu ol the Deput)
the Bun
n Minis'-
that
in. he '
. ed wil la \-,..
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Nationa
....
In i^.'' SI in onl h is
issy ol
ll I in 1 itt.iua and in I
to I'ii 1 as Consul
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w.ne southern Sew Jersey and
w eai Vli ginia
Honoreaa al the Temple
inu-Kl In ael 1 kmda dinnei -
dance are Morth Broward braal
Bonds i>aid .if governors chair'
man and Mr- Robarl M, Her-
mann, who will receive the State
of Israel Sword of Peace Award.
Hat Sword Of Peace is a na-
tional leadership award present*
ad by the wortdwtda Israel Bondi
ori;ani/ation in recognition of
OUtJtgnding and meritorious
aarvica in advanctm Israel's eov
notrdc deselopinent.
Fund conference In Wa
t'. return home immediatcl) ie-
aw > t the worsening crisis In-
volving investments i>> the larael
Kconomic Corporation in the
totteiing financial empire ol
Swiss J.wi*h banl Tibor
Roseni mm
The govei n nenl iponsi u d cor-
poration, established in l!*;;<
w ith thr as.is',in, i' 11| J. u isi
North Am-
1 an i i trope, la 1^
losses m pxi
..I S20 mil ion a* a res ill "i the
!, tei -
1 lit Hank ..I (iem
Tilt S| II \ I JON Its-
.net
le\ filth
inced t 11

i riteria foi investmi nts ai
lisits b
ernment*spoi
Meanwhile, Micha
tor ot the Lai
ha- in en 1
led, and board chaii man
Baron Kdmund da Rothschild
has reported i) aaked [sraail
1 il anthoiitie.s whether crim-
inal action could be brought
11st Taur for his conduel ot
the 1H> affairs,
Taur laid that he would de-
fend his con.imt and his Invest-
ment of [EC IiiikLs alter th.
money was rvcou|ieU or collateral
secured.
The Womel : >isj..n nf the
Jew Ish I- e lei ition ol 11
1 I .1 i i. : ict a
1' im|iai -ri Le iderahip \'-'"i k-
al the home 'i Hi
wenstein, IJ80 v- ihti.,
Ft 1 a
n* -.v-is
1 : vlvin G lent ol
n : Mis
lack I .-in and
~;:'' 1 foi the work-
shop will be Beth 11 Ma*
Honal Women 1 l>i\ i-'.n 11
"i fie 1". 1 in II ni J.".
Federations ami w. rids,
Ill's
lent ii
. .ii innouni ed
i I ii \. ita will rond u t v a
iniq a--
1 express hei .
been ed ii
ties ..1 11
footing \\ ith hei male counti 1 -
pait. II
o|iportunit) to
ancienl nl b) aaa
illk; mm a", and iii.an. kal
in need
,-it
to Mis Gross
Presidents9 Council living
Formed llx Women's Division
I" ai rei pera-
lion among the Jewish w
' Itiol Kt
m: BUEPTTHatD
much money was
BD say how
involved but
ratinard en Page R
*UtI. ALVIN C90SS
Landarcaale area, the Women's
Iiuision of thi Jewish Kedera-
t nil of Givater Fofi I-auderdale
has annoiinivd the formation of
a President' Council
host a
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Me
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;- Invited '
etii i
J B Ta Ralph
on K\ aham Cob n M a
Cohen, Jacob Doranz, Jack F
Iiuin Freiberg, Alan Fried! in,
>',i\ Friedman, Bernard Garbar,
A. Gokjanberg, Bdward 11
Harold Hlrch, Harry Ki In
Jack Lewis, i: Layman, Mi I
Margoliua, Matthew Newman
All-eft Oaborae, Ruaaall Paul,
Al ->n Porter. Sam Schwartz.
Julius Sen it Saaiuel Bhefs, Saul
Steinberg, Irwin Btatm, Barry
Stein. A.imn Warner and Ber-
ruuni Zuckerman
Plantation Area 1975 Pre Campaign Contributions Showing 100* Increase
Allan E. Baer, general chairman of
the Greater Fort Lauderdale Jewish
Federation's 1975 United Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
paign, announced this week that pre-
campaign solicitation is already un-
der way. And Plantation area results
show an increase of more than 100
per cent.
"Other pre-solicitation contribu-
tions show an increase of from 15
per cent to 60 per cent," Mr. Baer
added. "This kind of leadership giv-
ing," he pointed out, "is an inspira-
tion to the entire community and will
help set the pace for the entire
drive."
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1974


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Telephones: 920-1010 584-6060
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New State Of Israel Bonds Rabbi Jay Miller
Offices Formally Dedicated
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Lau email) de
Ocl with Hi.- affixing i.i
/all in the iliM.i|ist ,i|
'i- 401 : i".i Plnan il West
Ml Park
Following opening remarkj bj
K'lU-ii M. Hermann, chairman
i i North Broward Israel
r..iinLs board .il prayers nwire Mid i>>
Artnui J Abrami of
Emanu-El (Port Laud-
Bnd Rabbi Morrh A
Temph
Skon ,p
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in tl .. lit 11kn niea
aunty Commis-
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the South 1
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1 rev ii Rabbi Email-
nk Rabbi Emeritus oi
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ill., .iiiil (".nil.ii JfM.mo Kie-
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Participants in the formal dedication of the Fort Lauderdale
offices of State of Israel Bonds included (from left) Rabbi
Moms A. Skop. Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz. Mrs. Robert M.
Hermann. Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams. and Robert M. Hermann,
chairman of the North Broward board of governors.
Young Couples Install Officers
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idenl nf thi Young Couples
eentij -Iiuu.mI tive depth
ol tus own tevBagai Bar Temple
th lsiaoi bj donating new
Torah Scroll.
Ulpan Classes Set In
Greater Ft. Lauderdale
THE JEWISH FEDERATION Of GREATER
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Coal >! thai wen month program Ii 129 \*'v person.
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kindly cornplMi the in1""1 Inftirmation and, with aback
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its men e attend
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ti ad ininal Kiddush
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folk
The Men'i Club hai
a rhanl >\. ek end at the
Eden Roc Hotel, Foi details and
iesei\ .finma i all Milton Stein
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New Youth Lounee
A new Youth Lounge will aoon
lie open to help service the needs
of the terns at Temple Beth Is-
rael, according t" Jules Shapiro,
president of the temple. Al Lan
chairman ol the Youth Commis-
sion, hai aiiv.ni> ordered tan-
dem double trailer to house the
new Youth Lounge, which will
serve ;i~ a meeting place for the
youth of the temple
The ti. mendous growth of the
Beth Israi famlb has placed
enormous strains on the physical
faciiit) Mi Lang hopes thai
the trailei will serve as a ti
1 i ai pn igi am lot alum, until
' time .i- a new is
con
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>Jtisl rh*i1iir of Greater Fort Lauderdale
F.-.day. Od
Reason for the Junket
Hardly a month has gone by since Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger vowed that further shuttle diplomacy wai
out. anc here he is in the Middle East once again.
Of course, the startling K;ssinger disavowal came an
the heels of a change in tne presidency, and it emphasized
President Ford's new profile for the administration: accent-
ing domestic affairs.
But it took no time at all for the President to recognize
that there can be no division beween domestic and foreign
affairs not, at least, so far as the Middle East is con-
cerned.
Certainly, the energy crisis is an urgent domestic con
sideraUon. Still, it takes little skill at all to see that it is
also a top foreign policy priority.
If we are to accept Egypt Foreign Minister Ismail
Fahmy's speech to the United Nations on its face, then
there can be no peace and no break in the high
price of oil until Israel withdraws from all the territories
she occupied in the 1967 war.
Certainly, that's reason enough for Dr. Kissinger's la-
test Middle East junket.
Rabbi Korff8 Prospects
Rabbi Baruch Korff, head of the American National
Citizens Committee for Fairness to the Presidency, was in
high spirits in Jerusalem. He had come there, he said, to
launch a fund to help finance former President Nixon's
legal expenses.
Mainly, Rabbi Korff hoped to qather up some spare
cash among the Israelis, themselves, whom he regards as
special friends of Mr. Nixon's because of his pro-Israel
track record in the presidency.
The Rabbi certainly needed high spirits. Among the
highest per capita income taxed people in the world, and
with a national debt in the wake of the October. 1973 war
hat would stun the most stout-hearted. Israelis may have
responded out of pure sentiment, but not much cash.
Still, it seems we are not destined to know. So far,
there's no further word either from Rabbi Korff or from
his fund drive in Jerusalem.
Whether or not his spirits are still high now that he is
back home is another matter, but prospects for his success
seem dim indeed.
A Note of Optimism
There is a note of optimism in the announcement of the
election of Rachel Dash as president of Masada, the youth
movement of the Zionist Organization of America.
Rachel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dash,
of Chevy Chase. Md.
No one can fail to recognize the name: Samuel Dash
is the chief counsel of the Senate Watergate Committee.
With so much pessimism being voiced all around us
these days about the future of Jewish identification in the
diaspora. Rachel is a bit of silver lining to the otherwise
gathering cloud we are meant to believe may drench us.
Jewish youth in all places, high and low. are strength-
ening their traditional ties every day. Rachel Dash is a
clear example of that.
While we do not doubt the urgency of the message
the pessimists aie delivering, we must at the same time
not turn an unyieldingly deaf ear to the optimistic mes-
sages, too.
Doing
itOtl
lerwise
As agreement seems to come closer all the time on
the Soviet Jewish emigration issue, it seems fitting once
again to wonder whether the method warrants the result.
Could it all not have been done otherwise?
At the same time that the world is being told that Israel
is the culprit behind the high price of oil. the world is also
being told that the U S. Congress, the President, individual
Senators and the Soviet Government have been involved
in protracted discussions over emigration rights for Soviet
Jews.
In fact. U.S. Sen Henry Jackson (D., Wash, has ac-
quired something of an international status as singular
bargaining agent for American and Soviet Jews between
the White Houss, Capitol Hill and Moscow.
But the truth is that the issue is not Jewish emigration,
but free emigration generally.
It ought not to be a question just of Jews who want to
leave Soviet oppression, but of any Russian.
That is what the distinguished novelist Alexandr Sol-
zhenitsyn argued for before he was thrown out of Russia.
And what the distinguished physicist Andrei Sakharov is
now arguing for at the very moment that a "Jackson-Mos-
cow" agreement is on the verge of being announced.
This may be a coming together of events we may well
regret in the long run. It could, it should, have been done
otherwise.
Oil Profits EndanaerFreeWorld
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.it en a
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jtragc that by tut weski
d was 0 It in YVaahl
V i i. ue we "" .' l
never meant it M.....
now, m fact wo ;t
THK MMnum
,t it had iKfn
. ed B*a Ml
, i tfefuliy-emphssized an
ne<- lal t pooi Bl not he
? to haai a aha,
4 the bunten <>( trie
a .n economi
It would have It -it thing: It em-
piiaeia d tb'' "i the ana
\ :il'i-
irw block of the Arab OCajaB
net i c Ind istrialized na-
OKI i LD have thi
thai the President's own
he t'nited Na-
ttana, and elsewhere since then,
in which he implied that the in-
ti mm genl prt in "f the
oil intriee mi
lead to war, were
Mindlin
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ad to
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that tha wet
ills, DM apaa ed by
i. was the opening
M angiv response of the
..]-, at a meeting n
Vienna, where ;*i ban nanM*-
iking policies they
aaaaj m
the coal "i <>*' linked M the in-
ternational inl.atmnary rate, was
tn maaad m
The quiet conference of the
. at i'amp
David, where coatinaawy pians
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the A
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tries;
f) Kotowing withdra i
U S. nee sutety >i Israel, unce. ai
main adv. It will ha in a
to guarantee hM
THK.SE Aitr.
enough leroandt. I*he..
on then fa.
the kind of hana
that the r
Ceatisaed oa Pace

'
NRP Close to Joining Coalition
B> i.ll. KKDAS
M.KM (JTA)
i. Relig P
'
Rabin that a lain his i
goverun I wit!

The
a promise that the issue of
be taken up I
apada aihtteriaJ Ittee
be eat I as
ai tha nkp antan the
Cal met
It UMVfl CM m K
er the status quo
matters Earner thai year, the
NRP loined the Cabinet of for-
mer Pre 'da Meir on the
s*nw baata deaptta t.tter oppoal-
tfcM from tlie Chief Rabbinate
and I I chxlai abroad.
But mounting praaaura fron
militants within its own ranks
kept the NRP tram joining the
R.oaii kovovimim ni without a rws-
oiutioa of the "Who is a Jew"
( >atro\ersy.
Labor Party circles say the
NRP is rmw- ready to jo.n if the
ministerial committee is author-
ized to suspend the legist ratio:
< final decision.
The Intlepen U also prepared to go along with
Rabin's latest offer. But it Ball
oppose the registration freeze in
the mirustnaJ committee. IL1'
leader Gideon Hausner sard
Tlir POSITION of the Citi-
zens Rights Movement. RaU.\ I
er i-oalition partner, remained
uncertain.
Its leader. Shulamit A lor,
threatened to quit the govern-
nt it the NRP Joins Bui there
Bta indication.-, that she i. -> may
be satisfied with Rabins late>t
anni
Meanwhile, the possibility
the NRP entering the eoahi
rnment has divided Maparn,
the part) which a.ong with the
Laboi Part) make* up the Labor
rnment
While veteran Mapam leaders.
Men Tahnl gad Naftall Padki
apj uor the iacluaaOB ol
the NRP opposition h corning
from young Ma|>am memt-
wh< are demanding certain con-
ditions. Ma|Mim youth are I
posed to the freeze OBJ converts
noting that this might under-
mine the democratic principle of
equality under the law
At a meeting last week with
NRP lea.ler Dr Joseph Burg and
party secretary Zvi Bernstein.
Ka Da% Zak
1!. b
l

THC1 tl.Mi


st le
no m inc f
tle 'here hi
tune Urae. r-
}\ t he saal
an

The en t>t i
aaphaea. and

Top-Ranking General IT ill
Command Anti-Terror Activity
n> llllll \k sii \i;..ii
TEL kVTV 'JTA. A
high ranking Israeli genrr.i! wi |
direct the Ration's war against
terrorists tr- PrtBM "iiru.'-
ter's i 'f:
That is t-;ie\ivi t > be the
natuie of the assignment gi
Res. Gen Rehavim Zeevt vh*i-
apfmntment as - to Premier Utahak Rabin was
a;>pr"ved by th Cabinet
TIIK 0FP1CLUL rr.n.unique
announcing his appointment -aid
on.v that he would advise the
Premier in certain spheres But
nil] tie to
coordinate the battle against tor
> activities have in-
creased in recent weeks, Cabinet
Zeevi, known to his friend as
indhi, was fornaarty Chn>
Qantrnl Profit and
lananJ
luarters.
as a reeor l of effective
and has
anaijei to capture aa
Lxpe ienre has sh>mn that
captured terrori-'s Inva
ideal valual ta
.t.i..ng latai an
Till: >K.D for a ant
.r an terr'nsm to the Pi *
Mm.ster has been lonf fa
on Army Intelligerv-e v-i '
Ahars^i Yariv lm that ;
Yarn who is n.w inr
MlajRBjer in Rabins Cabin- I 1
in a radk) interview '
:e.ent wave "f lajfOI 00
Inlterj he regart>l as ar
u.-t wave, tinved t <
with the Palestine L: -
Organh- i "ive fbr
status at the IN Gen.
njenhfj
The increase .f terror
tivitv thi. month also hni
attributed to Israels pa
trlng
Araha f nalajhh
tries and a
r.e '
IN ehhl
">e alertne**
iHibiic la thw: tin barro
ami sabotage and urge I
t.n .
wJew 1st Flcridiir
O^ QPIATte rOT LAl'DIKDALI
1-J-
Omrc na Pt-KNT th St Miami. Fta I31JJ
SOVKRT s-T
,.,., t- M,.*v' ,Hl111'-" P aenm. MlaaaL iVnsa aatai
KP K RANNK PHO.-HS5T ?
a^U'T I I r*~\x\ r. -ln' to !*vi
Th j* ,h Florid*" Dot* Not OvarantM Th Kasarwtti
Of Thi MsrchandiM AdvarliMd In Its Columns
I'u -WVrklv
5" Miami. P*
Th. J.wlth rioritf^n ha. ibwrb.d h J.wi.n unit, and th Jw..h W" '
Member of th m
can. World*
ooxiation of
r.or.o%.n noi aeoorDtd tho Jowtri Unlly and t"0 Jowitn "" ,'
r Iho ,.* Ttloeraohic A tone,, tovon Art* Foatlf'o ""'
Swido K m. Sors-.co. Not.onai Bditonal Assacial-sn. Amr.<-*
f Ena' *-.i* NowooiDora. and tho Florx a ""rooa Aoo<
SUBSCPIIPTION HATH: ,i_o loqwost
Volume 3
Friday. October 18. 1974
Number .1
2 HESHVAN 5735


Friday. October 18, 1974
* Jmiit fktkikMi <* Greater Fort Laudardale
Pacje 5
Broward United Way Chairmen Announced
Two lonp-time United Waj
leaders have been appointed to
chair two mat Mcttoaa oj
H*75 Dotted Way campaign, ac-
t.) Harold E. Walker
Ci njtaifa chairman.
are Benjamin K
mm, president of S> miners In
ui >. Inc., PI Laud
erd It, and W Bruce Fainhil I
prei d< and truat officer
Pi ; < National Bank in Ft
I : lerdllC Symmer- h.i | !> n
app" 11 i eli ili nn of the
handieinx icction and I
head the h
- held rariom p
i United Was cam-
p;prs and currently is chaii
oi the United Waj budget ro-n-
rrttee anil on the board ol
rtctafa
Fa;rchild served fur more tui^
IS years in United Wav
ptJfM n Ntl Y rfc and i pres
'';. co-chairman of the South
! i TIkA of B 'V B
tTCtl fund development eommll
tee The council is a Unit
agency
A local architect an! an ac-
e bttn appnint. ;
chairmen ol
turns -1' .'. ,
-n.
n oflti II
. M ;'.
lean a H i -. i
l u i.|
an the < PAa.
Until, a Ft Lauderd
dent, is a reprei if 1
American Sc iety of Landscape
Architects to th-
ory Ceaamittee Planning B
He is a H a r-iember of the
..:er Ft I.. iderdate Chamh r
of lommrrre and vice president
Dl elert of the FloT
Chapter of the American
Mini Rank Opens
In l.nmlrrliill
- J H ntei
1 nn-
KM SW 19th St .ii
nibank will .


H i ter laid
th on North-
*t Mth Avenue to 19th St
ition I nri.i t ;rn tail :
i id pant the Miai
|l-'ke Ing Plaza.
The boura are the mm as the
hank in the Lauderhill
___________________
'orents Without Partners
To Meet Wednesday Evening
rits Without Partne:
aj .11.hi for un-
nti with chl
under 21 years of age, whether
!>y death, divorce, aeparatkm, or
>ii married, has a wide va-
iched ik
Information on th- -
I in I < i btalned I
t-h.nrman J
M I I Martin, director
leial
t S p.rn.
' at the PWP hall,
Park B
immunity member <;
?fl : thi :nay
in at that time, of .it any of
:ous functions.
os'of turf. w. b. MrtMM a. f, Srmmtr,
Billy f,e4
s 't- f : \-chii ,-..
Peed eh i ., y \ du \
ichools, iate of
the i .i
has been a parti
memb r of (he B
of the P
i of Public Account-
ant! and the American institute
of Certified Public Accountants.
Martin I. Wallace, sales
dinj- r f SWt, Ft. Lauderdalo.
ain be waiting m lontd ex-,
ccutive in the 1975 United Wn
Campaign
Wallace a Hollywood resident
who ha- been employed by Sears
for the p.i-t 2i years, wU be on
loan from Sears to the United
V-i; --.,(f and help with prtsefl
tations, organising campaigni
spei United Waj
oth< i
Paul R. Jones, ACTION Re
n m IV Director, presented the
' foi third year of
tration to the Service tgency for
Senior Citizens, Inc for the K'
tired Senior Volunteer Program
(RSVP) in Broward County thi-
week al the Council of Senior
Clubs meeting at David Park
On 'enter.
Philip W ttogensdorf, presi-
I of the Service Agency fjr
'itia ii-. j tinted w .v
- pi -! the award
behalf of thi
h ,.K I i ;.-- Fn il HaHe'r and
Ralph Count The RSVP Advis-
i ommittee nted
t.n' th lew i-'n Fed ration of
I 'i Norman Lnnde t hair n 11
as V/( II .i- Oth< s (in the commit-
The RSVP program I
from fi inteers to over
0 n the la-t two years and
- to enroll l.VK) volutit
year to serve In over 50
comrr.unit) ai
Hy and Eleanor Kohen
Announce the Opening of their New Store
DR. WELBY OF DRAPERIES
"We Make House Calls"
20o Off on BEDSPRFADS* SHADES
* WOVEN WOODS CARPETS
FREE ESTIMATES
5126 So. State Rd. 7 (U.S. 441) 792-8737, 583-5715
\\ atkins Paint And
Wallcovering
2951 W. Broward Boulevard
FORT LAUDERDALE
Phone 581-1830
WILL ISRAEL SURVIVE?
Israel faces a difficult and dangerous period of no war-
no peace, of isolation and severe economic problems. Yet
.... her door- remain open io 70,000 new immigrants in
1975.
We must help NOW!
The Jewish People, out of necessity, recognize their in-
terdependence. Wherever Jews are in need, their future must
be shaped by our oneness. The 1975 Federation-United Jew-
ish Appeal Campaign will soon he under wav. We need vour
help as a VOUWTKKR CAMPAIGN WORK Kit *
By filling out this coupon, you become a participant in
Jewish survival. Please mail immediately!
"Let Is Be Strong, Let IJtt Strengthen One Another"
Jewish Federation of Greater Ft. Lauderdale
United Jewish Appeal
707 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33304 764-8899
Kg?
Allan E. Baer, General Campaign Chairman
707 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33304
Dear Mr. Baer: Israel Must Survive? I will gladly
work in the 1975 Federation-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign
Name
Address Apt. No.
Telephone Number
t
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to
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-JenisiifkrkMar? *Qm*mlm1m+***
Fridqy- October 18. 1974
IN ADVANCE Of UHPll EHANUll DINNIR
Prep Parties Hosted
By Greenes. Millers
Lmmierdmk Leka Coiuuiliiian To
Scroll Of Honor Or!. 2:5
K
('ccnc
CIlO
i and M x''^
; a; Ik>n
ami-
1 ite ..ii De-
ls
i jO n "''
ini-
. ash-
iker.

:- iii-
in >n in
! ..
: Jew-
Ft.

-
I el Bomb
lum;
for
I.- Pin
! ii .'

Rmsiniin.
uni i '""hI
ajm and Mr* Arthur
\ I Kle-
;ii Mrs. .'"-.
i St
i, and Mi hvik
i t \i Jacob
ilm
.. rei
Si \fi Joslaa
i : \;, e ...
i the

HON. SAVt D. hfVMAN
| (fl Cltj I
,i will i^' honored i> >the
\i !:! in [il
to h
S.M-icty an. I the American
jud "n- WM a rvf'
itor in the Now
1.' JAI
if- .I the Que >ew
Y i k Bai v he has
! law ;n Ww V..rk. Vli
i-r
mam .l< wish organi-
is a life
membet M;/i..hi an.1 the
i n f tmeriOB,
| iw | "f tlM Ja-
null N \:ii.\ m well an
t ii| fIk* HoWswood and
Hi m ivh Ontan while
thing in N v \.i k.
.In.l lained
! who served as USO
World War II.
Ii t',. authoi "i the i oak The
\ \'..i,. i-
i tram ript anon t.> u
IKjhlUhed.
The
ii. deep
... tional da-
Ivan mi:

n ( t ho
i ,m [a-
i m
M. AND MIS. BOH HtBMANN, 11HUDA NHIMAN,
Leonard Sebram' ippointmeni i<
Cam pit inn Issociate h innauncctl


Ml. AMD MIS. HOW AID MUlfl.
Al if IT CAINITZ
AWO MIS All AN IAH
i
it
kind in
hit led Jew-
ish our local
ii |
l .1 tlU" I-'
h- Jewish
ird Co mtj
ha* in.: many told,
the rii/
added Thei afon* Mr -
I la work w -th
1- adenhip m i *>* Con
in v. orl
Lai* Hii Job will I* t..
i and ;< <...;. leadershi In
of the Hi-Rise and Condo-
minium buildinga and -' ictun
palgna "ii the same lntae>
- thai Campaign are
hii.ii the length and
hreailth ..f A

..th
in
(Hu Hi nd

In
-i Mil-, h. m the
enl in i
. Hi >i| I:*- CentC v and the
In ti igM
itton on a
i-i
Mi Senram
Work
i >hi.' it>
i football ami
was ;. luaiubei >.i the wrealHng

I htt if--. Vir-
MO MV .V.th
Ave LaudarWU i he) have two
bug ii:. .... h with
tni' : --ii i me daughter i>
in < .in'..n i the other
iii Philadelphia Thru aon Wll
lian' Seth, i .< graduate tmlent
,.t N'orthweitern Cniwrtlty
Of. AM* mi. IJCNAIO ClffNf Mf. AND M*S. Ml NftMAIfN.
Mrs. Bernstein liana Guest
Mi- Harry nmaMaaa, i.-t
Idem .I thr Pareal HUhi and
HotK-wuud Beach Orotujs of Ha-
ah. was tu be the guest
speaker at Thursday meetme
of l.*nn <^oiii#. Kurt I^iuderdale
liter .it Ifailansah. in
Landrriali ljk~. < u> Hall
!. i '/Hi \\v 3Sth st
Dan t maataai ..t tba
i-7."> ~-:- ..n arffl Iwirm at
aeaordtaj la R>e
Elara, peantfawt Itafranea
wVJ u- aervad
The "Hula Grannies." a well-known local dancinq group,
will enlerlain at the paid up membership lunchon culminat-
ing the membership dnve ol Chai Group. North Browaxd
Chapter of Hadassah. Tuesday. Oct. 29. in the Pompano
Fashion Square Community Room, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Hilda Edelman. The Grannies, (average age. 60.
with a total of 25 qrandchildren) includs Mrs. Lorraine Ah-
man. Lorelei; Mrs Marie Acker. Maru and Mrs. Lee Spohr.
LeilanL Mrs. bvin Slenn is president.
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4 ^r;day, October 18, 1974
*Jcnif fkridtfrtn of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
ISA
ITYBANK
INIBANK?
^
t*f
gHht
A City Bank Minibank is almost like a maxibank
maximoney, maxiservice, in minitime at most
times. But most of all it's close! So if you live west
of the turnpike, you'll find out what a minibank is like.
Directions: Drive north or south on Northwest 56th
Avenue to 19th Street (fire station) and turn east 4
blocks just past the Mission Lake Shopping Plaza.
Why shop for a bank, when you can bank where
you shop?

V1
&m
'
CITY BANK OF
LAUDERHILL
MAXIBANK:
In the Lauderhill Mall
4200 N.W. 16th Street. Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone: Broward 733-8800 Dade 944-1429
MINIBANK:
5201 N.W. 19th Street, Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone:484-1800
JH PAXlBANK AND MINIBANK
ru Thursday. 9 30 a m.-2.00 p.m. / Walk-up Teller. 8.00 a m.-9.30 am., 2 00 p m.-5.00 p m. Drive-in Tellers: 8.00 a m.-5 00 p.m.
a^g a.m.-2 00 p.m., 5.00 p.m.-7.00 p.m. / Wa'K-up Teller: 8:00 a.m.-9 30 a m 2.00 p m.-7:00 p.m.. Drive-in Tellers; 8 00 a m.-7.00 p nn.
An affiliate of C>ty National Bank Corporation Member F.D.I.C.
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h
th
to
b-
he
ns
be
be
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>cge 8
+ kistfkrMi*r o< G^ Fort Uudoedalo
Friday. Octobei 18.
Religious Leave Policy Criticized
The Anti-Defam .'h n
. ai Efrith
( Ml we mention
the rr. i- the
1 gagl CSVed from Jew-
ish who SB1 1 li-
cia. Ian
toe R on K
pur
; leral k
th TeJtelbe un AJ 4 n |
- : -. S

than two
the recent
i
Tilt: \ll. i urged the
Board I tttt I I
gj -r's ret*-
BRMAMi
iti to :. Ii m of religious
\; resskxi k.- ajeeaV
.vhi>. of
i .-
- Constit itSOB, and the
;!rwi administra-
te MlM \--
I
.->,-..- | ps>
I th a Fede'.il
I
the
Jordan Says
No' to Aid
For PLO
AV.'V -JTA. Is-
Mcurit) : oi es have been
MrenptN-neii along the I eba-
nes* the migra-
tion ro rtH I >. na.
As a result, security sources
<. tlie terrorists are attempt-
Ing to Jordan.
i taking cap! -nan
forces The not
ek-
ing their tei j .is a
last mn, i
'.
]. terrorist a ho
she rt.'e-
: "I S'i '
een
recent da
'!> mi trie 00*
terr fists.
The terrorists, who cinin;
ii'i ms, ha\e
already created a rifl N-fween
.nd Syria on one hand
and thar.
King Muasatn of Jordan re-
i last wet k to pai
in an Aral> I^eague confen nee in
Cairo which recocni/ed the
Palestine I <'rganira-
tton as the sole i rr.e
Pa* stiniaa Arabs.
Th- PU i haadad
ftain Yasir Arafat, is the
uirl
ipa based in Let...
and Syria.
tbt V
I
to ten tHys for '
leavi
era.
TIIF LkXMSLATl KK. h
. h :nt:i
.acantl want umwtlead by the
I in the
. .-tat. law
: teach-
The change
i font hlch
two lays I

In it* presentation the API.
noted that during the Jewish
many retigJouarj ot>
.tnt Jewish teachers, acting
:n rood faith thinking tney nad
as man/ as ten days for reJftgJ
leave and not knowing of the
new !ea\c pottey which eOowi
t v... says for pi eea,
t. "k more than the two dajsj "
Despite the acknowledpment
lv several members of the
Board that the teachers were
net aUbjBjuataiy informeil about
..... I '
the
"
v i took more than two
I ive I : r*li-
nUTELBAI M re icated the
Board t '"
.... ... Uj ido
knst
. with the
men
auf-
.b
. Ith-
nalt) of
H stated that I
sgsjaJ la hi
leWBl with both the let
an.; t of Federal I
laws, which call for en
t.. : aha raaawnabH accon n
i t>> the retlgsous needi
| to
itter for
com n if i ipe I il meet-
ing ihluted to the 1'.
legislsttvi -als.
Bank Problems W omen
Israel's Eeonomic Situation
'Continued From Page 1)
invest-
ment! had been speculative in
ire as alleged in I
es here He to
boa- ed by Be
da RothMh.
According to unconrirmed re-
. Baron de Rothschild had
ordered Taur to withdraw all I EC

,k an<1 othei
: by the finan-
cier without the knowledge of the
iN*ni. the unconfirmed
age
Damascus Radio
Broadcasts Code
TEL AVTV JTA> A cde
thorough a Dainai
a news broadcast t:a\* the
t was to I
lea of terrorist out-
aei
ver the Baal Has:.ai.a ho!ntay,
I
at and othei inform.it on on

the btveatJgataDg : n-.>> Arab
:e arrested oil
na v\e in the n I ol
ah-
'lei Aviv super-
TUB p\ik have been identi-
fied .. iias-.m Abed. 22, and
>h Hilef, 2L They joined H
rw.nt an inten-i.e sabotaga
traimnL- asm hi Syria while
ensibly In Jordan fo- a "fam-
ily \isit." the authorities reveal-
ed.
Abed and Hi'.ef were directed
I third terron-t. identified by
police only as a 24-year-old tcm
dent of Tulkarem.
If was the latter who monitor
ed the Damascus newscast and
passed 'he word on to the others
to proceed with the supermarket
bombm.' wUell was to have been
bj other .< rroriat act*.
t -aid
\bi i) ami mi 11 : i pal
to etches of arm
hidd n in -tone feaeet in their
hou. lave
alo leaned f additumal saiall
ten ii ial cells r. | ac
tivaged h\ terrorist tfeota who
Israeli t-1 mi
ner under the 'summer
program
lane of "'he > remain
ed in the country after their per
SBSti expired
Committees Established
By Jewish Federation
e>
et M Bgrmann, I i>re*id*nt o|
y,. ,. ,t Fl Laudtidale. baa aaajoui
Oahn .tant F"' i aonunittei
it, serving ofl anv onussMkea oi !,
?i.r out the work!
;.. ntaet Ran;. Axler a-
il thi Ft lUon of
(
N
I l M
.
^ND FAO
MMirn
ItNITi- Rl
TI< v-
RAL
MTTTEI
JEWISH EDW Al'I'iN
MMITTBI
i'.V


t ommit m UH
('nnceine-l with the alk*
rai-- ng the I--
Appeal.

Jewish ienu



IVj ( .t /en- ol our commumt .
gram for them, and i
uttagral prt of gbesety wBJ
osa.
i p wit
' i p
To further the Jewish Edu
poii onwnunh
,n for *:..
I the Jew
'e a mass *
crams anl a I
w :bo*p*oouctioi* <* o ew
t!#5ixtIi
NATtONAl
isRAtlj
chAssidic
" ..
FMT LAUMROAlf WAR MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM
QCTMfj n sumoat :oo PU I too PU
ALBUMS -4 FESTIVAL) 0 IMSRAEL.
E UOM *.* LABtl T"L' l:(HHoN PF>OLXlCTiONS
,db
ad
GARY ROBINSON INTERIORS
Gary Robinson A I D. Dorc'Hea Finch, Associate Designer
6906 CYPHERS ROAD, PLANTATION
-ss Square Shopping Ce'*"'
HOURS: VON. SAT 9AM.-5PM.
Phone 791-7010


October 18. 1974
f* kniit fkrHlfor cf Greater Fort Lcuderdalo
Page 9
indiall Oil Profits Endanger Free World
I utd from Page 4
il least two U in
u it I
Arabia has sufficient
<'. \ ,:
I > tin.; mon
ntrlei
o I Van an
M i!| lie a*> t i
Arab i't in. i.. e that
''ii I rwadi no de
,.t If that submitting to
s.s-l Arab 11 l -oft.
oati ("i Israeli with-
, m an) i ant reta tu the
ntiona for tin
i <
in I'KTROINITF.VTATI
t! at. lh mM
a the Arabs m
n/e i-i exist
Hin tb it.
fulfillment >{ i
.s a pre-condition for a
in oil cost- there
stger be the nee I
any otl ri t.>
i i .
ai: ; ,
" e ui. i
;
I- BOt a I a |ti it U t
I ;
< EKTAIXLY,
nntlur:^ to diminish tllef.
He | t
will to Mo whatevei they
want in l
.'at
the promise t i
t of a barrel of
n i
not I fill anyway, Van
>tl Ing
It b iry to u:.
tin-
the fact that tl
I t., un !: -
-tan.) the new .-> ,
PBOBABLl the beat u
in t!ie
that it thai
' .no i: unor
. i |B

that, or r.n.
I scaMt five
ths
tot i : |100 i ...: ..'i .!.

i' in to S50 billion in
Aia a:c iikely to !e in-
a good '.< al ..f it. :... ex
; estate ventures along
i coast from Florida
t i irollna
( ONTBtASRNO : show
the ; otential threat to ,| n,,,
[<.v,e:-. The estimate i S100
.. 'ii in U*7I Arai .....esarves
.la' a iiioiisrri
4 S22 bil Ion.
i: F, Sheahan i
in the N> w York Tin es last
. 1 that even il the At
undertook to helj> finance
i and in i..-t; lal le-
ve!o| tit i .r. essi nt.a.l.. .
Arab Mi.Kile East, not all
' i ounti ies togeth-
one.
it is in-
M I
THE IMERI4 AN '
se : .

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I
the
< 'n '. *v nd, as the 1

ing
i. th ii .
bl
tin w
debtedness ti the Ai
in the j d
be tht
ed i i of
Arab monej
: I i "
' i
TICK bjsABfl a
l by the iron) in turn-
ing na-
tions that nee e* the
DOtS
iissinser Back on Mideast Peace Search
JOSEPH POLAKOFF
IINGTON JTAI
I State Hi ; a Kis-
an a \i-it to Egypt,
Ian and Israel \\ < .
a .:h this con Ing Sun-
in hit eighth ti.
I
n arch of fusts
tment laid his
to otitmue con
itioi ng to
og peace In
1 e last.
\\ \\\oi \ EMENT in
("ai |-...w\.v unit '
i t Kiss .. : con-
tin s msultations "on the >m-
in-: -I,,..,. o| talks i n
* hafl ment pet
Iher the Washington nor
annoui cementi
en expei ted i
Kissinger Indicated
:.! towards additional
\ let the Aiahs in that he
invited Ai sb Ls igu
ilinner in New York where they
uirmarniiical Fraternity Opens
k'w Season \r\illi Free Lectures
South Florida Alumni
Of Kho Pi Phi Intcrna-
Pharmaeeatical fraternity
! its 1974-73 season on
(Krt. > at I p.m.
First Federal Saving* and
syne Bh i
Miami Beach
of the evening: SSI
inert Bcrgcr. president of
I Society of Gastro-En-
[istl who is S memer of
|iculty of the I'niversity of
.school of Medicine His
t was The Nervous StOOV-
Ineaday, Oct 30. at the
place Dr. Earl Barron.
MOgist and internist will
M H pm. on "Drugs I Md
Pypertension." Dr. Barron
i memer of the teaching
Bo Cardiology at the Uni-
versity of Miami School of M
i in- The other speaker of the
even ng will be Robert W. Fiem-
Ing.
Sini > these I ibjeets have been
accredited for continuing educa-
tion, the fraternity is is-.uing an
open invitation to all practicing
and visiting pharmacists in South
Honda to join them Wives are
also invited There will be no ad-
mission charge.
After the lectures there Is
a short business meeting for
the fraternity members.
The committee in charge ai>
Ben Saks, chairman. George
I'dud. Alan KaU. Lewis (Jold-
ner. 1-ouis Cuttner, Louis Golen-
ber. chancellor, and George
Barron, vice chancellor.
74 Year Book Announced
v Encyclopaedia Judaica
ft Publishing House. Jeru-
pubUgfMn of the authori-
Kn.-vriopaedia Judaica. an-
ft the publication of the
Year Book for distnbu-
the Batted States Das 1
lei bv Lonll I Rabinowitz
lith a foreword by the pub-
^ I'/hak Rischin. the vol
o.iis the events of 1973
ila'-s existing material in
tncyclapaedis which was
IMy published in 1971 It
Bded to be not only a sup-
Rsrj volume to the 16-
Judaica. but has a value
ident of the Encyilopae-
1974 Year Book contains
full-lrn:rth feature arti-
py distinguished Israeli,
ban and European authors
?inme also contains a com
live study of the reactioa
of world Jewry to the Yom Kip
pur War as well as a photo essay
by Vichum Tim Gidal
Major revisions have been
made in previou->ly published ar-
ticles, must notably those con
eerninfl Hanrj A Klsstnger; Je-
i isalSBfl Music ami Musuians.
Jews m I'ubiic Life: and the
United States of America.
,. its publication, the Ea
cyclopaedia Judaica has bei
widely recogntaed M the itagle
most sutharltative reference
source In 'he ffingllsh language
dl subjects of Jewish eoaeern
and can be found in thousands of
libraries colleges and universi
ties and in private homes. The
Kiuvclopaedia md the 1974 Yesr
Book are available directly from
the publisher's United States of
Beat, Ketar. Inc. 104 East 40th
Street. New York. NY 10016.
ttten ling the United Nations
Genei il Ass.....bly.
Vo: k
for foui lays, mat separately
With Israeli Foreign Mini-stei
Vigal Ailon and with Egyptian
[ reign Minister Ismail Fahmv.
BEI OsW KlssIN(.KK lett
;ton. he hail !i:neh, fal-
lowed bj a world nn, with
Syrian Foreign Minister,
Ahdel Hahni Khaddam.
Kllfslngjir bad met with the
g fOTSigP :ni!iisters in the
continuing round of ftssddis Esal
ctacussions at the Whits H
aikl State DepSdrtmssM :n Wash-
ington thai stietcheti over :iKi.t
oi last sumnssr.
His present round of talks ap-
pears to be a leprise of the sum-
mer meetings^ eompeasMd into
a few days, to acquaint the Sec-
retary with the latest thinking
on lx>th si.ies of the Middle Last
conflict before he visits the
region again.
THE ANNtRNt'E.MENTS of
Kissinger*! trip cams while Arab
oil pnntucini; nations were fum-
ing at the Secretary and Presi-
dent Kurd for their attacks
against their petroleum output
ami pi icing practices.
In that connection, the State
Department was asked whether
Saudi Arabia, the lari^st oil
producer, was not included In
the Kissinger itinerary since that
country was presumed to have
been originally on his schedule.
Spokesman Jonn King replied
i el there hail been "some
simulation" about Saudi
Ara la'i Inclusion but it is not
on the schedule.
Meanwhile, an apparently ac-
curate but unconfirmed report
circulated here that the Ameri-
can Embassy in Cairo was dis-
.-.I to learn that the Ford
\ hi .nist stion is willing to
eliminate the grant of $-'."x> mil-
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Convnunili#s in Ne* Vtirk and
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lion it. e h orm i to
Egypt the
Aid Bi
Kl\. ..\II> that he
spec dab m I ths a i eu u t bill
Of a
would : s sake I rroi
A o ntiauing n
sataaad < rram
whs ta ud a. i
to : ..' L
m far
in nches f Cm
,'t 1290 million in economic aid,
f.ve Un es Ad-
minis:, ittofl :..>.i uriginally
asjfeaA
c oagsess aso has suthortssd
the 8390 million roi blgypt but
the Senate an l House Appro-
prtetanna IttOSS ha1 ? yet to
act on the measure and v.'(ingress
is seeking to cut the budget
drastically in view of UJ
nomic prospects.
With regard to the Embassy*!
ted dismay, King said he
would not discuss conti.lential
COmmunicationa lietween the De-
partment ami an Embassy and
declared he cannot confirm or
deny the report.
Bat this I la i
"have-
nots the
.
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take-over ir: the

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Lebai ese r un>
raz infs
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i l.e thai '
U.S
morally, will
ed t i an
An I then in thing," he
it."
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westi
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a world
i' again,
as l afore In the
4gle

to the
Asstern anti-
ha-
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easing
tism
lo to tl lion
It Israel
res Ittng
policies
am,
Aa a column here
l
- ireM
incmg tins
Me
IT in akin to the fraud that
' i II to
save the J i I n Hltli
The :
Arab ta itlie if any-
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do with past western greed 'like
t .e i irrent greed of the Arabs)
-. :.t Amei i-an
late i ability, as the
lea le Industrialiaad
i to C Afront the Arabs
t .: t:u Ight ISly.
it i, Preei lent Ford who was
first puMie to acknowletlge the
threat of war and. in fact, who
fired the Heat shot Bat so far,
he pretends that he has fired
;ig ami that there is no
war
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ibte tm
lenti m well m te i.iioi
Tin Addition >! Hebrew ami
ah iprayet h u mtc.
m| tit.- geared on
i level t Ike students.
The MrkMj of "saptr-top"
i kiti in handle the various
.-,.. i- hi tin- curriculum. Ink

the
Ui low hi
i >ki who
; HI. I I.ll .|. ill
. .i re ent n i
::,. noted thai
Inti-oduction oi Hebrew t>i the
School i lui k ilum w ill
h more In depth approach
tn eas > | IH.MM
Tore i higkei gi to* k '
that bj knowing thai
i ii Fun." the trancitinn
t.i the ifternoon Hebrew Siv>ol
should In
The teacher* involved In thk
ran ire Mn Li note Sha
Miss Clndj K.it Mi- Mm -
la Kraus, Mra Joan Varebu)
Mn Natalia Godin. Mm C
Goldberg and Mm Rachel Kel-
km
Blyma Celebralctj
Hadamah Month
!
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M
Ha
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i < t\. evenin,
irlti '' In*
the i
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ui the enthuauMtii I
i I! V
Rul i
Mn Ben Carp will k
i refn shments
Chat Group Card Party Set
Chal Group el H i bn th nil
bold .i i si I ind i part)
Thursda) Oct 24 at I South-
am Federal Bai k 225 No Fed
Hw] Pompano !' a
r> wart nrl i ba served at
i> in
RonMewood East's 1st Phase
Of Construction Is Complete
The Count il Jewish h
itkms in i"i\ Service. Im the
lsh Teachei' Ass
Sn
itions bat
ni- with Ramblewood
,-t Properties
to offer then me
entirel) .

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'I lew
|u .'. New York h
.. -: )< test i lomii
law In the countrj and tl
werj few him | la i
nta "Mt wi
lad themselves to such In-
net scrutinj and review.
Four tj pas ai availab
beautiful twro and Bva s ti >
ttngi 2 bedroom .' bath;
: bedi.m 1 bath: 1 bedroom 1
th; 1 bedroom 1'/ bath, all
with baJeonaai The detune alec-
Idtcban Inch airs a 2-door, M
. i ft fiost-iiee refricenitoi-
rante. filtered hood
knee dtapoaal unit .Mi 2 lied-
rooaa, 2 bath m | im lude
dishwasher.
All unit.- are full) carpeted,
and have kaJividuallj controlled
rental tx-Ht and glrcondltkeung
main recreation area wiii
lude a hi\un..u-'> appalnla I
i-00 so. ft -!ubhoit.-<' Indoors
there will In- arts ami crafts and
mi; rooms, billiard room
* rooms, steam roosn, sauna
th. whirlpool, trneaage room, a
health evm an auditorinni ami
gas kitchen an I m set twr.
' sBtdJanei then- will be shut!,,
'oard eaurtn, raajiilatlnn tennis
. nirt.-. | i In'vsn'
ueated pool and an IK-hole put-
n> ureeii Ttieie will lie at
ihtional recreation areas, each
I it- hwn ihiI. ana ol wbk h
i- alread) rompk
' 'omjilete nal ami BO-
i- will ba available
cards Mah Jong* bit
riancinc, mus erta, drama-
shows, art.
cnlpture and ol all
ies
RamhUwooil East in Co
ings is located in the war)
Iteart of the Florida East (.
i'oast ana lietween Miami and


One of the completed buildings in the Ramblewood East
complex on NW 40th Stteet one block east of University
Drive. Coral Springs
I ("oral S|nm.
"ie of the most k
tifui communities in the Smith-
eastern United States with nu
-him- or ciune prakkens.
Cora] s,n in- a suburb ol F< 11
lauderdale, i- close to every-
thin i bet he are within
nine miles It's golfer's paradise
with 1(1 Lri.lt courses within a lil
teen minute ill l\
Pi ii >- u hi-h are subject tn
chaiu'e range from $17,385 to
r'maiii Lag i- ea-ll> BVaJ
able tn qualified applicants Im
as much BS BO'i "I tin- in.nh.i-.
The tutai estimated makrte-
i.ii, .- ransBs from stn
to Siifl |ht month. It mcliMie-
oaie and U|>Kee|i ol all common
:i e i- insurance and ta\e- ol
common propart/, upkeep ami
ring c\t. lot ot .i;i.n tiiM-nt
units .'..lit and aawer, manaqi
imnt for the total proportj
well a- Hm- operating costs ot
the bus, tram ami recreetkmal
. i les
Tl ntrnct- for
:x-nt ol thi recrea-
tion ties "i property The
a|aitment ovnsra the
t In i-.ari!
Don-profH lu-i-
At fht present time, tiie ti
phase "i construction at Ram-
'i I a-t l- complete, an t
then '-, imitit
ot whom an
rtben ol tin- Council, or
: icnd- a ho w ill ba sner
then winters enjoying the Flor-
ida s mahlm
The a rand phaas itru
tion is well underway, ami
thoukl be ou bj the ,
i ai t i.i n. \t reai 1 bus R
blewond I t-t can accommodate
purchaaan who arc read) li
nio\e in HOW, in two in..nth-
four months oi months!
a special deal i .ui rentl) be
klg ollen.i t.i tlw*^' win.
rcadv to kit) now li you
n..w in reit.un ranpkited bul d
I vou will not have t" make
e paym nl
until SIX Mi INTHS I'l.m rv.w
Tin- i- .in outetandlnej \alue. ami
a irieat -\intts. for pon can I*
.cm' m ya condominiums ami
enjoying the winter season
without making
pal oi krtareal payment
To in-.ue you that Inti rest
will not accraa during tt>e -i\
developei i- guaran-
t eJnf th.u they will i>.i\. ki ad
\.im<- i the
uad interest
mneh as IBM
To ; n re-
Ink in
. ..
isi TOLL
FREE from n Hollywood
at M
<> ksttl t and ev
Temple Shalom Includes HfidassnH
Slots In \enly Opened Library

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n art)
,: ted
. i
t Mrs
.in Mn

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I: has
the backd
i.i, From a women's
i
yean n Had own
the wo
'/ion -i/ntioii
i >n! -, iu'> Hadassah wee
Invited b) President Ford a-
one '! l"> k lii A', i 11 in or-
cations I I't. ml a ptctaJ
.t tl>e White II"
Mi-. V...... Mai kii II I .
national preal tent, was the <>nl>
.l.wi-h woman rejn .....I.'ne
Tin- booh brines hi Hie the
--i i i-t
>. | :, nw 4th Street
. i-t ..( l im. i
it) I 'live in l oral Spun
II
York w ito are In*
in buytn
. th. m vet in
Ai-h
I
t I.'ml
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I r or*P'" c AQntT Irtf
Win is it thai the Toi.h
is trad in tlir s\njei>eue ..n
Sintchjs I.. jti nieht then
it is no| i.- nl .it nulit ni>
nthrr timr of the ri"
Basically. Jewish trad
pei roll reran le in
Mil) in Ike day time Simclu-
I "i '. hi seemi la be an r\
ii Btiea Boom claim that the rea
fur this ,s that the Torahs
have tlreadj been renssved brent
the prtHe-M.in
kebsally, the aarj raaaeaj the
Tm ah -hould be rrmin. ,1 from
the ark kj for rradinc the Torah
Th nee it has been re
mo\rd from the ark the raadliig
i- not aolj pa nal is fuss, it i*
tally a mu-t. M) that the
loi.ih wa- not reesdj from th*-
:n rain
Some ;.sk a question on this
' i if u is as wh\
don l a* read from the Torah
an Yi.in Kipnir Bra when the
Torahs are removed from the
ark for the recttaftloa of k.il
N'i Ir. I hi- nsafeaa the Torah
reading on the r\r of Sanehas
th somewhat enigmatic
In thi- sens.- snie venture !
-.\ that tiic Torah. tm Yum K p
in eve serve as a svnibol either
of the coinmumtv unit\ or the
BJ I si a Ik-th Din to annul
the rasra usjttea k effecte.1
OffJ) ?h- recitation of Kel
KM
it i- further poaslbki ta ikjla
thai tradition aetus for
th. ,,, ,,, k..| Nutre in
th- daytias hefere the sun
Bl whuh time the T.i.'-- m..\
lakinu oath- or the
annulment o( weajg,
The procession of the Torahs
i ii take- |
niKht and at that time the read
of the Torah would be the
onl> function persntttrf for the
\al of the roiah-
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by wi iters, to Is-
I ho Ara I and
the
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tied to writings ol
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txrmn ire pui
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p activ.l
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Man;, of tin '
nt to lei
t t It's not the
(oi an Arab gii: lo do.
mi. an attractive
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Ara ...'
mii.i mm i>n i to the whole
il-
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rats in** I spoke eo ild
n" tJiey knew of
Jew. irried. wl
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md csltuiai
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f\c-t>crt K^cctal
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sivc state
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; .. whole population gradually
was '1 Miaatled Md lbs <\ tea
destroyed
world aowars paying lip sen
to bul by their
l tusness abetting aggresiion
IN |M MX.. i!j;n.," Senator
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Jewish Job Experts Examining Employment Problems
|OH SEEKING
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a baant ad kaed to lake a freak i"<"< at th <*
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and the Israslii thrown .nto the
tea"
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t" roes of Israel ;t".>ti ..i >' t
of Damaa u their fans were
pou ad en-
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. vest of the Suez
Cans Pkej had won the war.
But tbaj ware I isiufl Ui
whan advised the Bin Powera
11 iffend thi ol
thf aach vaaQuishad
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Ramblewood East was designed for
living life to its fullest in warm, sub-
tropical splendor. At Ramblewood East
you're located in the very heart of
Florida's Gold Coast, surrounded by
famous Coral Springs. Here you'll find
a way of life that's different from
anything you've known before
All the conveniences and
comforts of carefree living are just
minutes away from Ramblewood East.
Banks. Savings and loan.
Supermarkets. Beauty salons. Barber
shops Churches Schools. Professional
services. A variety of stores and shops.
Community activities. Civic
organizations.
And all the glamour of Florida s
Gold Coast can be yours at
Ramblewood East. Gourmet restaurants.
Championship golf courses by the
dozens. Miles of public beaches
Entertainment from theatres to night
clubs Fine stores and shops
All apartments are designed fur
the carefree Florida style of living
you II find at Ramblewood East.
Living rooms are bright and airy
perfect lor living or entertaining
Kitchens were planned with the woman
in mind Bedrooms open onto
balconies or patios offering views of
the lush greenery and tropical
landscaping that abounds at
Ramblewood East
Each apartment is fully carpt'
in your choice ol decorator styles
colors Kitchen and bathroom floors
are covered in rich vinyl tile. Deluxe
all-electric appliances include frost li
refrigerator freezer range, filtered
hood and disposal Plus individually
controlled central heat and air
conditioning All these quality featuri
are included in the purchase price
your Ramblewood East apartment
At Ramblewood East we ve
provided all the recreational tacii '
one could possibly want A Clubhoi.
With saunas Exercise rooms Game
rooms Hobby rooms It's a beautiful
place to meet new friends and
neighbors, or to entertain yourself
your family Adiacent to the Clubhouse
there's a heated swimming pool Wit"
dressing areas. Tennis courts.
Shuffleboard courts
And. you don't have to worry
about upkeep of common areas or
apartment exteriors. It's taken care ol.
by the low monthly maintenance fee
Ramblewood East.
A condominium community that's truly
designed for living.
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