The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla

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

Notes

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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wJewisti Flondli&n
Number 23
OF URKATFMl WORT L\i DEHOAiJ:
Friday, November 15, 1974
Price 25 couu
Womon's Division Programs Stress Involvement
: ': Jack Le
hairm in of the Jew
i-h i
led i in
m hi laid thi I progranu
b in ej I t v, o i en'i Dl
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Mrs Ah
hosted al
Jew .n
the ii ipoiii'
Mr. r-:id Mrs Sheldon Polish, (left) cochairmen of the Youna
Leadership Group, ore pictured here with Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Weitz. who hosted the first meeting of the group in
the:.- Plantation home. Other pictures on Paqe 12.

'
i well a> better com
t" in b be reached
| the lovi I) '.vine .in I
thai the : ll:
"
I < ne v. tmen'i D
Young Leaders
Group Holds
1st Meeting

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mass .' if immigrants 11
p cted I : Union.
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('! iii men Mi and M
I'ol;h declared thai the meeting
waa an outstanding b<
this year*l Young Leadership
Program.
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and mak

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As .
far I lira
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of t*i women in tne
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crucial
the
i of I -ia 1 aid
*'$. AtVIN GROSS
Women's Division President
MRS. HINKY lOWtKSWH
AND MRS. 1ACK LEV INC
mm HIS SALVAGC MISSION'
Dr. K. in Mideast as Mobs
Mass in Rome, New York
YORK Ir. its present mood, the United Nations would refuse to support the Ton Com-
U because l ca I laraeL" former Israel Foreign Minister Abba I i in told a rally
'i itwd I Of* persona who jammed < three n the UN liere Mondaj
1 I Nag Hammarskjuld i to p otest
n as the
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Till i Ml %
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1 thdraw to
the 1967 nil
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tun
Yael Dayan Stresses Meed
For Funds For Peace', Life

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mi n 'i! 10,000 despite as-
tot ol the
size i A I nail)
staged igainal a back*
TllK K ILLY:
n was mii -i "ii the podl-
um b) Cornier Dereim Minister
Moahe Dayan
THS KATK of Israel will nut
be decided by the PLO," Kban
Continued on Page 9
Speaking at a recent meeting
of the Plantation Women's Di
\iMon at the Tower Club on
Tuesday, N 5. Yael Dayan.
daughter of former Defense Min
later Maaha tkayau and a well
known Israeli author in her own
right, outlined the mood and cur-
rent social and economic situa-
tion in Israel today.
She emphasized that while
King Faisal, al the recent KatMt
, onl ei expressed the fad
ihat he wall fund the Arab coun-
tries with mone; for war, lira
in i Dinted oul thai American
I w musl fund th I iclia with
in l .
ol
l -
" the i
w i.i \ .
ind i mnti iea throughout the
uoi Id
Israel, she said, must be pro-
vided with th.- funds to bring
these Immigrants in with peace
and with dignity.
Outlining the financial burden
that che Israeli people bear, she
told the ladies that Israel can
never close iis doors to the
bringing in of immigrants and
that it is then- responsibility, as
well as the responsibility of
other Jews, t<> provide the funds
i < absorb bouse, educate and
i i d th e Jet ish people
lira Phyllis Chudnow, chair-
man in tat ion Wom<
Divis I Mrs. S

ty
The 1
I an in, it ..-., ,'f
more than II at over fatal
year.
ABBA IS AN
refusing Ten Commandments
I .8. Mission to Saudi Arabia Sets
[Sights on Multi-Billion Arms Deal
WASHINGT n iJTAl A high level VS. government mis.
noa to dtacuaa undatratandlnga between
the twa auaftram on multi-bUlion dollar a arntea
i ibuahmant
Tin- E 'ate I Itocloa-
HT 29 that Rohan I I
De-
lp I III. II-
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the State l>
a mili-
tary affair*, "iil confer with
s.i ,,ij offkriala on aspecta ol the
Pmtagoara oi Saudi
Arabia i mllll u. iras.
ACCOaUMNG TO stale I k-
partmenl i John Kl
Continued on Page 8-
With Yael Dayan, guest speaker at the Plantation Women's
Division meeting in the Tower Club, are Mrs. Susan Segaul
(left) cochairman. and Mrs. Phyllis Chudnow (right) chair-
man of the Plantation Women's Division.


Page 2
"Jenisi fhiiiitr o< Greater Fort Lauderdaie
Friday. November
15.
Blvma Group Makes Awards At Reception
,- la ...
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Jewish ami I'el.re\*

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and praeeata r presi-
Mrs Esther ( in n to
Far. Mrs.
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eur.. a.T i Sunny Goidy. or*
hi* tttsl knee.
' B'\ma al elude LaUkn G2 ;rarn
rt Baal 9ehra
ret-
\v ecre-
tary; Julia Auerbac octal
ievretary Rut* T::s. execu-
tive vice K\e!..n Ad-
Mrs. Teddy Kransky .ev. Mrs. Hazel Falk. Mra. Irvm Frei-
berg axe ihc ->n "Wha; L* Federa-
tion r:t meeting oi Presiaent s Council.
Mrs. Albert Gainitz. tlett) campaign cochairman. and Mrs.
Jack Levine, campaign chairman.
Mrs. Florence Coher.
Faye Doranz per
J'fiS
Mrs. Roberta Schwartz. Mrs
i3cussion at President's Council.
1
Mrs. Abb*; Cohen .'-Irs Ronnie Gc:ber listen as
Erelyn Grass presides jmes
iden-i :o tb :. thm Presidents Council.
Mrs.
pres-
t presi I
Vice
have Its annual
pan: a'
it* Jewish i.Vntei
Thai A rard
pa: .
a on a peidnsp
.bars are invited. New IIMIU-
v who wish to >in. can
th*', fie dOM and JOj the a!"
JWY Post And
Auxiliary 730
Plan Activities
The Ladies Auxiliary ? Wm
Kretehman P rt Mo 718 oi Ft .
War Veter ,
will hold a regular meet
,: 7 : Sprirutree (<>untr\ I !'ih on I'm

Deeartraenl president
In |j n Fi I *aff snl
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The I' M Md A v.
have a and Shea on
rdaj S 30. at fi 30 p m
in the 501" Dinner The il
rated at 501 N Federal 1U,
HalUoda
The ni sent Femme Je-ters. a la-! mo\
mi; n concept la entertain
ment All proceed* are earmark
ed for coaimuntt\ affairs For
further isform.it. -n call Ella
Faltx.
Blyma Group of She North o.-oward Charter of Hadassah
.ncted ;is Hcdassah Month Ceitoration on O.'
.ale's Mayor Robert W. Baughman is shown r*Jaa
Margate Boulevard Haiaseah Boulevard for the day. From
0 right are Ray Mye.. Miriam Sugerman. Lee lamin-
31ym^ President Teddy Krimsky. E-sie Weub-
Mayor Robert W. Baughman and Mildred TelL
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**/ iti*,t V7 of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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Had i Cht
l/Chaim Group Plans Luncheon
:
Saul D Herman (second fiom right), Lauderdale
city councilman, displays the State cf Israel Scroll
or he recoivcJ c! a Oaki "Ni |
Also pictured Sam B
:id Mrs. Hermun Bicrman ::nan o:
. Bonds event JuJ ;.- Herman wa honored fcr his cui-
ng service in udavncmg I proqreps and "
ll.rouah the Israel Bor.ds proqram.
Implications For Academy
Nominations Being Accepted
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* knisl fkrilur o* Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday. November
;
Principle- are Expensive
Serretc:
to diii.cui! problemi ore oow beginning, to I 3 all
ove: -ce.
\\\ _o not take plMMI .:. -"i observation. We are
mere:-/ *"
net "eoiee" anything a: :he exper.se of ethers. And cer-
the expense ol priaciploo
0 in :he Yon K
K( has be* RCCM me Unfa losers B
0: the krcc.s.
e tasteless po^-
now on the Pale rtlon
State Department s ground
KM.
l to continue to refuse
Arr.e: I the ?LC a:.
erous Bow cf Arab will
sacTif.ced at the expense ot others the Israsbs.
cr.ee nga.r.
be
Dr. Kissinger's 'Salvage MissHtn
: the Sot 90. ban and
ia last wee* for oat more "salvage miooino
Middle East peace error t.
he sad Shah of Iran statement
that there will ire r.o dropping in the prico at Iranian oil
ong as US. oil companies cont.r.ue to enjoy uncon-
L*oiled
At the same t.me. 'he Jostle Department announced
that it was calling off its year-oid acr.on against t.-.e m
fall topotiotic American Oil 001
because the mono: A .en oii companies had
refused to cooperate ;n the art.;:: Offtinol
Read that a second time, cr.d ".e: .
No wonder -:: s solutioni a:e falling apart.
No -e labeled his latest trip to the Middle East a
"salvage minion."
No wor.de: the FLO v. jet what ;t wants.
No wonder Saudi Arabia is now cozy Jig up to us for
am on dollar U.S. arms deal to modem .ze its
1 I
When all else iails. including our principles and Dr.
Kissingers 'solutions there are always State Department
"chanaes in po 00 And, QJ .\ tnose
multi-billion dollar g.ve-aways.
Weizn.ann Ontennial
Wo.'.a Jewry is now rr.crk.n7 the 10 ret
scry of the birth of Dr. Chajn Wczmann. t;.e
President cf Israel.
Betides oil invaluable political ccr. a to
the eetabliehmenl ot Israel, Dr. Weizmann embodied
the bes: 1 country represented.
dd executive, he stood at .
honored for more than his Zionism.
Dr. Weizmann was a c list and
chemist whose scientific con:: tc Great Br.t
cin Wai I helped the B: I ige
ssful cempaign against Germany and
..-.. rinaour D o far a Jev.
na'. homeland in Palest.ne.
Po. and scientist. Dr. Wo
con n his unique personality the highest
itual meaning of the Jews as the People of the Book.
Du 1 ahead. The lewiefa Floridian
2nd featurea mark
important centennial event, which we hope
be both enjoyable and instructive.
The Price Should Ik* Higher
The arrival of Siiva Zalmanson in the United States
emphasiz:s the profound plight of Soviet Jewry.
In her tour here. Mies Zalmanson is emphasising the
fact that the Soviet acquiescence to further Jewish emi-
gration horn the Soviet Union amply demonstrates that
the Muscovites are unbelievably hungry lor U.S. trade.
As a guest of the National Conlerer.ce on Soviet
Jewry, which is sponsoring her three-week stay, she is
haeizing that the Muscovites are sleazy souls who
may be doing no more than throwing a "symbolic bone"
to the West.
Soviet anti-Semitic sentiments are no secret to any-
one. Neither the freedom of Miss Zaimanson nor the Soviet
promise to the U S. to continue Jewish emigration on a
large scale during the years ahead befogs us POPSjgh to
do anything but ac: Miss Zaimanson s assessment
Muscovite hunger for trade.
Our own feeling is that we ore trading away what
the Russ. ins want too cheaply. If Moscow Is
hungry, she ought to be called upon tc pay more more
freedom for more peor
Drum-Beaters are Still at It
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Friday, November 15. 1974
v kwiif fkrMidr oJ Greater Fort Lauderdcde
Page 5
Palm Aire Country Club's '75
UJA-Federation Drive Launelied
i/.' f the Palm-
Aire n.
to .- i
I :
ers for t^1'
Is the t be f No-
onth of
(he n ".' I; ted or-
Ita lime
Rol

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Dr. Sidney Jei nei is
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the
Scherer .- recruitment chair-
obtaii
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f.l Un
were received in the
nunlty, he pornt<
ed out il '>.* pi. d
i- llity bout 500
It i t
the
the pr Morn.
"If we i e the
Dumber we umioubt-
ar,"
t exisl
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with
and
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their mil el nythii
else the -1 I |
that can
tates which
its up at a i
v hen the entin w rid tun
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Boo Bciu : :io will be as-
I ij Ed Flied and Lou Rat-
nor in th organizing ci the
lings in Condo 2.
chairman Spe-
i c{ the Palm
Community Drive.
J. Kramberg will be Chair-
man oi Condo 4.


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-Jmlstintrk&M o< Proctor Fort LaudordaU
Friday. November lj.
1974
i
Regency Towers 1st On Gait Mile
To kick-Gff Its 1975 Campaign
Jewish Stodenl (roup Formed
\i Broward CommuniH CoIK *?
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c i F
i
iinnan ol
- ivi prea
at r I feel
tngth m commu
ng oi lor
ever> Jewish family to becorna
-:\i\i with the cumiwity.
Only in thiv wa. can Um spirit
i pride and purpan af our
Jewish peopll be rotahwd. Jew-
ish ceenmunity fi nd rahring
the ratpontlbUlty "f every Jaw
,e left
k'uriv and COTOp ttC > t" the
liven
I im goal oa I I Mile if
1250.000." he added "In order to
make this erj JewMh
Man;, ol latt yea :- must
who
forward
uonsive Jew is
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Israelis
Won't Walk
Out of VIS
VIA) Debate
|g |i will I WDM
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the United
Nal I the
ahea
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Libi n ad
B in
s.^:i, quai I n I Mia
Yin i I-
rael'i i N A:
Tekoah and

the I
somi mi in< ,i laahere
had favored u I raeli A.i'k-out
as a gesture of contempt for the
PLO and li the
UN for inviting a terror fang to
participate in Mi deliberation*.
But official! laid that the gov-
ernment decided riot to give the
r*l and iti nipporteri the latii
faction of aatini Um Israeli del-
egation vail out
The official Mid that the
walkout b> I i Ambassador
BarYaacov wh aieetinr in Parii \oted to admit
the n.o as ohaarvtn was a
spontaneous gegtgrt, by the Am
bassador
He hid received no specific
.n*triu m he was to
act in the dKUIIJUWM, the of
flciala said.
ISRAEI I OBSITtVI.RS ex
pr<
whuh
from i rpoint, *ai
aaai the l<*4
rote in the '.' \ssembly
They not .! of the
W. u at
the UNI
when .. in \-sem
b!\ Sweden
Matvaj md had all voted
for the PLO
Op the other hand. Bolivia and
the Dominican Republic did not
j In oppo^ns the PIX) in I'NKSCO
as they had in the General As
aeenbly voting.
. h if h *
ave ii-M>e
!,.i ; of the Jewish
the world."
loot* I the follow
i Regri Towers
be Um Aral building, t.> have
a fund I >ra-
leth r "f Intro*
.1 h n .ii advaung all ol the n -
dents in Ragetnj Towari will be
bmM to the raeddaatta,
A jtviiminary ocktaH ]>nrtv
will lie held at Mr Halpevn 1
honw ami a buOdhig mvetini; for
fund raising |>ur|x>ses will be-
held :i<> later than the Ural week
in December.
the
Wlt'l ...
who have in Um peal been hi
thi- "i glvi
wa .i.i i "
establish
f.n the drive it-.'' I
Details for planned follow up
were lopted Ing All
of t!ie volunteers preaenl wi
enthusiastk about ri
the) are : tting an I ps reaaed
C that the goal iVOUM I- -
Bed
Jewish r-d.ration of
'
I -, .. n it. d Jewi h
, Browai
. 1.000.
Th
nj] ii mm -' eUng which
wv than 20
on will
ield on Tuewlaj evening, Not
19. tod arUI feature Rabbi Eu
geOC LabOWlU of Temple Ner
Tan i M mvJ Beach, *a aw
ipcak "i th.- topic Whit i a
J, OW Mar. s Opinion
The neU prograai will he a
rhanukah oartj Tiiesdav I
nkftj i
' B"
id Rich '
i .i
at Linda
I
"
Further inf. rnatli
: I m hi thi
lactlag Mr \vi. r ., >i p^j
er.ition ol
\itnnal OiiuiuLth Sale
Temple thoh S iti
hold it* annual Chamttaa lah
a' the tempk )S2 K
Pempann || |
nm Nev ?4

WHAT'S A
CITY BANK
MINIBANK?
i

A City Bank Mmbank is almost like a maxibank
e at ntost
5 But most o' aR its :*ose' So it you lve ft
'' is like.
...... .-on Northwest 56th }
n) and .^t 4
Wo. "opping PteU
shop for a you can Dank where
you shop?
$ CITY BANK OF
LAUDERHILL
^^ >4.Fl0fK:
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+Jn*ist IkrHitn ol Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
Workshop For Women's Division Campaign Leaders
I

Leaders from the Plantation Women's Division listening to
rn important point at Campaign Leadership Workshop ara
deft to right) Mrs. Susan Segaul. cochairman oi the Planta-
tion Women's Division; Mrs. Gina Shapiro, and Mrs. Cheryl
l.t'vine. vice president of education.
Mrs. Terri Baer. chairman of
the city-wide $365 Division.
lens as Beth Hui
' !h" Cot
Funds, leads d.-.russi
JIK- To Observe Mil> ^nn.versan

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H>
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1. : I
Mrs. Lo'"" Mitchell, chairman
of the city wide SI000 Dm
sion.
Mrs Helen Reiter, chairman
Women's Division G Ccran Mile.
I \
mm at the Mrs. Esther Miiler, chair:
1 of the Narth-Eaat ai
Watkins Paint And
Wallcovering
2951 W. B.oward BovsSevaid
FORT LAUDERDALE
Phone 581-1830
THE PERFECT CUANUKA GIFT-SEASON TICKETS
TO THE PINE CREST CULTURAL ARTS SERIES
SEASON TH KI IS NOW ON SALE
PINE CREST
CULTURAL iRTS SERIES
FOR 1975
Jazz Gnat PETER NERO in Concert v ith
Dave Troncoj*o. Ba*and Ce< il Rico a, Drum*
JANUARY 13, 1975
V special Bicentennial Program with famed
gopel and blues sinjrer LINDA HOPKINS
FEBRUARY 3, i975
I he tin illiiif* adaptation of Herman Meh 111*-
MOB1 DICKKtarrini JACK \K\NSON
FEBRUARY 24, 1975
The exciting Brazilian duo-guitarist*
LOS INDIOS TRABAJ IRAS
MARCH 17, 1975
Canada's National Dance Ensemble epitomizing
the Spirit of a Country in III \ OMITS
APRIL 14, 1075
522.50
For information anH r*Mrv*tions contact TK Pinr Crest Public
Reiser,* Office, '501 N.E. 62nd St., Ft Laixl-rdale, Fla.
333CV Phor.e: 772-6550
ALL PERFORMANCES WILL BEG'N AT 8 P.M. ON THE
P NE CRCST CAMPUS
this time, do it right.
^ I s 0 9 s.s. Statendam from Florida to the Caribbean
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Of all the cruise ships out of Florida, there's only one
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>'
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Jly/Cruise Plans sa\ e up to 40r\ on any airline
V'S fare to and from Ft. 1 .auderdale:
^ Nov. 19,29, Dec. 9: $690 to $1190.
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Cruises The s.s. Statendam i> registered in the NetnerJand Antilles.


Page 8
+Jfi<*nrr*0ir d G^a^ Fort Und>dolo
Fridcy, November 13,
The State of Israel Sword of Peace was presented to Mr.
and Mrs. Robert M. Hermann 'center' at the Temple Emcnu-
E! Isrcel D.nner of State Oct. 27 at Pier 66 in Fort Lauder-
dale. Shown at left is Israeli Consul General Emanuel Shi-
mon: who was keynote speaker at the Israel Bonds event;
c: right is Rabbi Arthur J Abrams, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. The Hermanns were honored for notable
achievement and service in estcblish.ng an Israel Bonds
in the Greater Ft. Lauderdale area.
Temple Belli Israel Preparing To
Celebrate Holiday Of (Jiamikali

.i.e.
It
ami f \ It ;,
in memory ol the
'li.it the ukBc stay-
e
to larjre collection of cifts
! the Cha aeaeon Nov.
Included arc
o'ry.
.ills.
K :
I
. r.t is
I
S i rand>
T'
-
by
The Youth ire plan-

T: pie, Including the
itec Ml
i SUterl
in \ .-
Ten- nakan Latke Pa
w 14. at B
'
faativttiei will te original ent
t.unrraml. a '. .et of folk-dngtng
Cantors, an.) Israeli dancing for
all. And not! I poi tanl //
)m_- bat ap-

nt will ba Mri Hi len SI
United Wav
Announces
37% Increase
An increase of 37 percent has
been announce! In the 332 basi
MtaM, professional croups ani
r... have
of Broward County
rise*
Jan ma |t4M00 today." said
Harold VYalket h,ir
an < ,,1('
fact foani"
porni ^ood in
The I'nited Waj bat
bones minimum
laatM i of a foal Walker pointed
out The minimum budget to
keep the agencies operatin
SI 9 million.
..i-rdalc
Hi Lambing, an accoui
lime with
Inc Or Thorn
iinty
tasodation I': V
DJ>J reaaral direct
I M Thomas ami dii
nuance mat Barrj B
have i
man of n of
the
Wine and Cheese Tasting


'.':
tac.i wine arvi ct-
se*smn wli h
Joan
Youngsters Visit Library
Temple IWh Ii
are plamur the
The
ii oidi wiii

t of
i '.ration of Jiniah Booh
Mrs. Rose Goldman To Adding
Hadassuh's Youth \li\ali LaciW
Lectures Begin At Emonu-E! li-Dnv Bool: Fair Opening \

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Antiques Suow And Sale At
Terrp'e Err.- Doc 3-5
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a m. t i'
I
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be
Book Review Holiday
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I \S. Eves Multi-Billion
a*
irms Aid to Saudi Arabia
.
I tinned fw.m P.;re 1

rcai
na 40
ad a

i is
an he
'-ed
Secre-
with
I
The annual Youth Alivah
Luncheon ol the Fort Lander-
Chapter ol Ha laaaah will be h
great demand b)
where.
2
in Pa
of f
'
IV'
v
the fur I
nance.

be
toil COIDMAN
at noon Wedne.it i\ in Car
Hal
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Roae
membei
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'. all
h and ;
B'nai B'rith Women Host
Paid Up Membership Event
R'nal v. rn of PI
ti annual
par
SW 00th
at tl
The al |e ,
Mrs R. r.
.1
chair
the (iron-) h
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Are Announced^

The re
-
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Sponsor Film Seri< -



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"riday, November 15, 1974
* knisl' ffffiit tr of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
LEO P'DLLN
After AIL Drum-Beaters are Still at It
Continued from Paw 4
lb Nixon sc-
|
a,-a in, we ate !>eine
treated to nta by
!.'> receives in ex
-1 uui wily itx ; : t

i ;n the ;
a- Mi Nixon's
I
i the
President I
: if ho feels he
must have a pi
l BOM ZIEGIJEB, tl ifl
' i

1
....
being uke I t
F >r example, t!w
lent's
i
11 nd w\
'i' il I the
Nt'H
the "medical b
1 ibout which
the bett
the Ruse Garden eere-

of \,.t
Hit il
a
,.. .
ALL IN

-" at the White
!i
the

of
the pi
i not ir v :th An

no matt
ia

i .-
with him that Mr.
Nixoi
know beet ue
no oi
t i
perha be might hi
. i ntifii atlon
witl .\>-
1 when .' itand
;l- P on national hat
I 'ii. in any cast, v.e all
: .1U,
-lit .
int to de-
tracl '..-.'
ntand to place ;t
I MTI.Il \
'.- n m being "furlou
ed" n Detroit v.
i mto
the ntl of the Long
rial Hospital in I
service
hat?
Itanti tragedy up
a nn:
The Shah <>f Iran -
I Oil Hen:-.- Kfet-
>: the weekend,
:: m q : have told
him the hu-
| to
(till, we won't do anytl
aba i the I mono-
u ion-
able profits the Juatka Depart-
ment moved against ir
and quit tin n ia.-t u I
baoauaa the
to i <'in their own .
I
Sat
t. in :-.iei
John Sawhill fa i lie
t the Aim 'out
St
William Simon'i attack on
sugar. i.

Just: a. '
tne
| who, I
t*.' the
no i' '. ictim;
The alrt ady te< l
. that
\ he e the 1 the
Palestine Liberation
tion and ieI .ted
the Arab na-
tion*' determination to deal
ving
a- ity to control the
wot
P remark in
Dr. K. in Mideast as Rallies Voice Protests
Continued ft on Page 1
l1 ad as a
10 i-io.'i men cordon*
Jie rally from a pi
meting on the corner of 42nd
and I'n *t Avenue to hoar
r. Met gen*
I I the Action Committee
br American Arab Relations,
I (halt he '' > M
the PLi > "within a ye ir"
^ that 1 nations w
ta oil ami
- if it did not
i S Sen. Henry Jacki m i
i told the rally tl
i- penetiatcd the
t'niteil Nations he
PL" de vision.
i tar of tl >
i ipitol H
f i Natl at it I
- the S
| emigre-
Kii policy for Jews
I
R i murdei
I ii n
THEBB will, be i
I if the in
pt to he
.-. i id of
I
) itions, laid I
i, ast ever in the
I ol New York.
lite, it WSJ t>iiT
for 13 the
i Defense Las el
:m them* rvea between It and
i' tmy Arab gatl i hare
I iat down m pn test
equently m >'
if ilice.
OTIIKR SI'KARKRS at the
ly Included form-" v irney
y Clark the D nv
ki itic candidate for U B, 8en>
jtor from New York, an i Re-
abiican Ian. Jacob Javtts, both
whom took the opportunit) to
a campaignin on the day
Election Day.
|Clark, a Texas Protestant,
id "You don't have to be Jew-
laraeL"
who is j.wish t i the
illy that "The \
in people are
\ the G-
kven decision to It
|
its in tlus did-
M
'Ink U.|. DOBS
L
i, I will n
I ,-i time ol
IN WASHINGTON:
Ir. ition'i capital, rv-
esin-
i
The ime on
the he- la ol President Ford's
aj>i r ival if hia tl itement
State I ie| In ent spoke i-
n, who :
ted t
tian offii a in Waahin
w ii ne | that e irms to
brai an a "-i! ire
I that "the n
a t1!.' h
t is to
AT THK Ul til
were in
Wa it De-


S
del of new
with I
'
the Ii
ail 'i Kl
19
in a ite nent isi led bj
F
ai itee chief
i m an he

a In Pulton, Mo., over the
weeken' where Pulbi ight de-
ii the is give up
pporting what he called the
lai i ton of Old Jeru-
the Wee! Bank of
Jordan which he called "P i
tinian "
it noted thai Israel
ii a good friend"
when it pressures the U S, Into
policies that antagonise the
A: aba,
THK PALESTINIAN |>eo-
ple." be said, "have as much,
i to a homeland at do the
Jewish people," and called upon
the US. to praaaure Israel Into
git :: alem and the
West Hank.
We and we Bkme have made
it possible foi (an eel t>> exist as
a -tati ." be
ly it is not too much to ask in
return that Israel give up I
jer nalem an i the W i at Hank
Ing a chain "f events which
with ruin."
it an I-
lo little
in ti. | 'il. Fulbright,
esa that
La taking plaee in the
I a-t is a long-terra I
toiicai underweighting of the
t thi ino\ ".ent
paramount power ol E irope in
ii e 19th c nt irj."
it LBRIOHl u UaNEO that
la -if Israel in
I 'niti lo her no sen ice
bj i rni e t;
of powi
en-
Israel on a oi.
which mast lead toward her
tion and just
a.s wi
IN 1 AIKO
State Kia

issi in,"
a la t to brii
t ite the sudden
fl in powei to the P
Lib) Unst
w' nition thi t. d
at the IN.
On the e\e o!
Presl lent Sadat issued

u hi
be no >ii- ision between hin
i M Kissin ; abo l iKilit-
ii. aeliIs i nt
n ktiikk ISRAELI with-
drawal in the Sinai, he noted,
would ii"i be conditional on po-
litical settlements between Is-
rael and Egypt Sadat flatly de-
. Israeli withdraw i
all o ii territory.
The new and at Arab
demands came not only in the
: the I'l.' I iii- sa at the
United Nations but the bowing
out of King Hussein at the Arab
.
Mot when Ii is-
aein gave u to th
v. h hich I-'
1967 v'
. to t he \
Arafat'i
i.....tartin tab>
Lshment of a new Palestii
Kissii
st: .
con S. v .i-
of
non-recognit !.0.
\n KlNSINl.KK
i Mid-
dle East war st
"Wi
get
ful means we wil
the
put it.
Si n
went n max-
imum alert" ii
annnum ed. <
i over the weekend that
"Ike day is past when an dtto-
in rnment in V\'ash-
Ington can stretch its tentacles
:; and squeeze
f more and :noie power'1
a remark reminiscent ol Herbert
I: iver'a "two chickens in e\ i f
pot" on the brink ot the 1929
ark that :.rts
each and every one of Fa
actions in h I ing of mill*
ta and privi
e I A Hie
time that he ad1 lees us

Till*. I". tl
l
the
i reed. The
it-
\\ a
in A 1 be in
i esl esta ol the natl n
I i li>ten to tl
n-
- anymore.
INSTEAD, they apeak lo us
I er-
Beach oi I
N A i'1 '
have : I
fade aw ay but to press
thi [ the American
i -
v.. ela
igla
ia that
we
eat ..rig.
at-
imp
e the en I
KISSINGER rri' e I in
w here
i lions
kei aa he n to
i.ng
the tiona ol
i
Kissinger issued an I n
Rome to the Ki
t help in the new woi id food
a/at, on.
IN BELGRADE Tito, an
ol the -1
expresse I hia com era
its nation that
is there (the Ml
I do
its ha ate
This
'h aides

t ither and make an
effort t theii ositiona
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it I am going to
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+Jeitf rkrkffrr oi Qnata Ten Laudordal*
Friday, N ml IS. hh
Soen at a recent parlor meeting al the home
of Gina and Sen Shapiro in advance of
Sunday's Temple Beth brad Dinnei of State
from left !o r.qht. (top! Rabbi and Mrs.
p Labowiti Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brodz
the S .t Mi and Mrs.
d De Beer. Temple Beth Israel presi
dent Jules Shapiro, and th: Bro...
Israel Dinner of State, which w;!
on behalf of Israel Bonds at the By
7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.. will
Brodrkis for outstanding Ml via
ble achievement in fortifying the
foundations of Israel.
(.rafts Specialist Reservations For Contention
Demonstrates Art \oir Bemg Accepted By VOJt I
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Friday, November 15. 1974 + ftnist M r/lur Page 11
Hollywood
pSEPH E. LEVINE, at 69. has resigned as
prtridnl of AwjUlEmkniay Pictures to reen-
independent film production and distribution
I press conference in Beverly Hills, sun
trim, and more youthful than ever. Le-
in a jocular mood told us that he feel*
M and paroled from corporate respon-
t ities, though he maintains cordial relation
with the company now headed by his old
. :ate Bill Chaikin.
He believes that he can function more ef
velf as an individual making his own deci
r- in the men's room of his office instead of
on board of directors meetings.
IIEING USED to spend large sums lavishly
promotion of h:s films, he felt disturbed
'n red spending Avco's money for the past
Vet he has nux.-l MBOtioM about leav
iiu'i of "Embassy Pictures" behii
mark coaaected with him for 3
total <>f IM pi turei to bis credit either
but ir. producer or both.
SOBM of i dp
he COUl 1 BOl if 'i an
ly if111 a
| ava
o be lucrative
nit: career of Joseph B i. like
tio Uger story Horn m Boston, Jot was
I from the UUM ba was 14. tunning the
' l
4 I B he acquired the Line
\ m New Haven. Conn., he started the
i r foreign-language films with the k
picture. "In Caniet de Hal by Julien Duvivier.
Kt a distributor in Boston, he pioneered
in New England with such Italian films as
en City" end Bicycle Thiet" made
in the aftermath of World War II.
In 1959 LeTUM hit the jackpot acquiring
the epic. "Hercules." in Italy and spending $1.5
million on the promotion saturating the country
with hoo prints grossing jointly with Warner
Bros, the distributors in America, more than
$9 million on an inexpensively made film.
Today Levine admits, this would not work
"No matter how much you spend for advertising
you've got to have something to hang it on
otherwise burn the negative."
WHEN l.EVINE law the rough cut of Vit
torio DeSica's 'Two Women" in a projection
room in Rome, he went to Carlo Ponti guarantee
ing Sophia I.oren an Academy Award if the
Italian producer let him handle the American
relei
Among the picture* later distributed by Le
:n conjunction with Ponti are "Divorce,
lini's H' ." De Slea'i "Yeater
and Tomorrow." Italian
nulti-directed "Boccaccio '"0." and
\ .. i ohn iry, The ''-
ow."
FOR PAR\MOt NT. Levine produced. "The
Nevada 5n th." and on locati in
in So ith \i. ii a, "Z ilu' ai d N mds of R i ahari"
From Laurence Harvey he acquired "Darl
ing," winning -.! Academj Award for its
Julie Christie.
*y
mour
O. **w/?sVM?M
>n Confounding Opponents
k\'Y OF our readers are familiar with Hugh
J Schonfield. the English walking-talking
: lopedia of the Jewish and the Christian
tments. He confounds his opponents with in
quotes from myriad sources of reference.
iis "'Passover Plot" created a sensation. His
Those Incredible Christians," did not stir
Up passions. Maybe the Christian Funda
|1M theologians considered it best not to
any waves or grant him publicity
ie asked the question there, "Is the Chris-
I Church actually based on a distortion of
preachments of Jesus'" Schonfield now has
iced "The Jesus Party' New York. Mac
In Co., $7 95. 320 pages | This begins where
rue: At tiiok presents an Impos
of history and theor) Many of his h
if history and theory Many of his hypo-
fill lacunae in the Gospola, the works Of
I and everal of the works of the early
t..m fath
Bl theme is that the Jesus movement is
Bcallj more Jewish th stiau He con-
that fiction baa been substituted for fact
i< aarlj Christian writers and thai Chris
. ed a ; '.'it from
ifter the failure of the Jewish revoil
against Rome in 70 CE and the destruction of
the Second Temple.
He avers that the Gospel writers, living in
Rome, and aware of the Roman antipathy to
Jews, falsified their works so that the revolt
would appear to be the result ol class antag-
onisms rather than the prevalent anti-Roman
feelings of the people.
THE DISC1PI.ES of Jesus were a mixed
multitude and of both sexes. We are never clear
on the identity of the people closest to Jesus
since so many had the same names, for example.
Mary, Joseph, Jacob, etc
Schonfield is sure that Jacob, the brother
of Jesus was the leader of the Nararene party
author shows the parallel account* in the
Jewish Bible and the concoctions nf the Gospels
He even doubts that Joseph and Miry and their
even children, including Jesus, re-ided in what
is now modern Nazareth.
The book is important Schonfield exhibits
dge of every error, every deviance by
Christian writers from verifiable facts He le
feats himself, however bj being i special plead
er Thii ta i pity rince exploding Chr itian myths
may, we hope, ultimate!) reduce anti-Semitism
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Help Me Save -------
My Child from Exotica
JEWISH FAMILIES with young people who have been caught
up in the Hare Krishna movement and other exotic religious
and quasi-religious sects are being plunged into bottomless an-
guish. And in some cases, they are calling on 43-year-old Ted
Patrick for help at a critical time.
Hence, in the matter of the imposition of a jail term on Mr.
Patrick, who styles himself a "deprogrammer of young people,"
we ehOUM have more than passing interest.
FIBST. detaining people against their will Is offensive to
many of us. The practice raises ghosts of rough eras of forced
religious conversion. Down the ages come old memories of a
lie in txmdaire under Pharaoh.
Again, one of the aseti which Mr. Patrick is said to have
swooped down upon is the New Testament Missionary Fellow
-hip And '.hat fundamentals b dy claims, through a Bgnfean
nan 'o have a special concern for Jens and far the role of
I
Now ital on of late I i
ibility to restore to th
i won over I
not LONG Ige Zita '' i k of Denvt r.....tenead
Mr Patrick to a for the
demeanor imprisoning tw i our men
All hut ;" the pn suspended hut
to at
least i \.....k of inmeni c,> he c rn fit '
what it's to be physically I up by
others
mental n fu sh and IM irbeo th tught
over violenc and such scandals as Wsl
find '' tically drawn to the prac-
ntric reli lies
THE NEW erei 1- ffer more than prayer and ceremonial
programs; they substitute a different life style for the kind
romanticized in a movie like "The Graduate
Ted Patrick baa been in and out of a dozen movements.
During World War II. he formed a Junior C
tl he was only 12, to collect scrap iron for the war effort
In his time, he ha< set up an all black youth council and
organized a religious group of enlisted men in Germany to
sponsor an orphanage
THERE HAVE been periods when he was busy organizing
a Crusade For Chalet, Then again he has bobbed up as a
functionary' for Governor Ronald Reagan He insists he doesn't
practice kidnapping: nor has he been found guilty of that precise
charge.
Reinforcing that point of view, one grateful Connecticut
father has declared that abduction was not in Ted Patrick's re-
pertoire; he just rescued my son from a cesspool of twisted
minds."
In one of the rases involving the New Testament Missionary
Fellowship, a witness who testified against Patrick asserted that
leaders of th Fellowship had told some of the novices at-
ted to the cult that their parents were being used by devils.
IN ANOTHER case, a group called the Children of God
charged that parrf; had pinned th-> label of subversion upon
tin* cult and had claimed leaden of the I h Mien of God had
kidnapped young people and had drugged them
Heaven spare 'he hulk of us from these qua on.
hould all continue free to relate to religious establishmi
- them by ir. ac wit i
: i raj to be
nrwfan ed ers" like Patrick who ma; stop short
of ki the) en. ige I i eist-

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