The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
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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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^Jemsti Hcrictiar,
OE GREATER EORT EAM DERI* ALE
Volume 4 Number 8
Friday. April 18, 1975
25 cents
Temples Host United Jewish Appeal Functions
m i u r rx Sholom Plans Bagel and Lox Breakfast
Tamarac Jewish Center Hosts
Victory Breakfast April 27
DANNY TADMORF.
Victor Iskovitz. president of
I'amarac Jewish Center, has
i thai Benjamin Barn
1 t :is chairman of
Vpril 27 Victory Breakfast
I .! A
I be i '''I by cochair-
eph Auerbach. Jack Dia-
nil. George Grandwcttcr.
Wdnicker. George Mo-
il raid Shapiro. I.ou Sttlfl
ind SMBMel Taub.
ammittae decided to have
1 treat alone
top notch citTtrlriment. h
irorid eniwned Oannv
Tadmore. Mr. Bernstein stated.
"The Tamarac breakfast will
coincide with the full combined
support of all the other area syn
agogues," he said. "We are striv
lag for 100 per cent participation
in I'JA by all affiliated members
of the synagogue.
"We here in America are con-
stantly reminded by our news-
paper headlines. TV and radio
of the dangers that Israelis must
live with." Mr. Bernstein added,
l-rael is almost alone in the
world, and is constantly being
pressured by her enemies to give
up her vital and necesssary re-
sources and defenses.
"As Jews, we here in the Tama-
rac area have a common concern
to sive Israel every means of
support for her very existence.
We need a strong Jewish com-
munity in Tamarac and we can
accomplish this with your moral
and physical and financial sup-
port."
Danny Tadmore is a former Is-
raeli army lieutenant who has a
ereat talent for comedy, singing
gnd guitar. He has delighted
audiences at the Palladium in
London. Grossinger's. New York:
Foataincbkau, Miami Beach, and
many other leading halls
throughout the world.
Woodlands Bonds Function
Produces More Than $200,000
Roiunan, chairman of Ihe
Dinner of state" is-
Bondl function announced
BEN ROISM \N
that the affair, attended by over
250 people was a huge success.
In excess of $200,000 in State of
Israel Bonds was purchased.
Spurred on by the mo\ ing re
irks of guest speaker Dr. Rabbi
Leon Kroni-h. the Woodlan Is
< immunity once a?ain showed
'-' depth of its understandine of
l critical needs at this
Mr Roisman said.
The exciting dinner -dene*
<>n was the first event of
it held on behalf or M <' i
'' Israel Bonds at Woodlands
< inintry Club.
Highlight of the evening wai
the candle lighting ceremony
conducted by Club President Jack
Rosen. The ceremony honored
the 2">th anniversary of the
State of Israel Bonds.
Serving as co-hairman of the
evening was Mrs i.enorr Prankel.
Entertainmenl was provided by
haffer.
R Dtred for their outstanding
community leadership on behalf
of the State of Israel wire Mr
BBd Mi- Robert Adler. who re-
ceived the coveted David Ben-
Gurion Award.
Special guest dignitaries at
tending the dinner dance includ-
ed Robert M. Hermann, chairman
of the North Broward board of
governors. State of Israel Bonds,
who is also first vice president
of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale. and
Vilton M Tarson. executive di-
rector of the Florida Region
State of Israel Bonds.
A large delegation, headed by
I'JA Campaign Chairman Allan
F Racr represented the Feder-
ation in honor of this important
community event.________
Book Reviewed By Rabbi
"Tuesday the BabU Saw Red"
bv Hanv Kcmmclman was re-
viewed bv Rabhi Morris A
at Temple Sholom UsterhO
general meeting this week.
Temple Sholom of Pompano
Peach will sponsor a bagel and
Ion breakfast on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund at 10 am Sun-
day in the temole. Martin J.
Kurt*, chairman, has announced.
The guest speaker will be
Major Mo-he Zarmi. Israeli diplo-
matic represenl itive.
Th breakf.it n 11] serve a dual
purpose, as the temple will honor
Cantor and Ml > Jacob P. Renzer
for outstanding Jewish communal
service and they will be present-
ed an award of merit.
Mr. Kurt? -ays he is looking
forward to the suoport of every
member of Temple Sholom for
tins important temple function
and desires 100 Der cent partici-
pation by synagogue members
toward I'M "Israel*! needs are
n;o-t critical at this time," he
added.
The committee working with
Mr. Kurtz includes Rabbi Morris
A Skop. President Jerome Soo-
wal. Harold Arrick. Nathan S.
Baum. Edward Friend. M3X Good-
man. Sol Rappaport. Richard
Rosen. Harry Selis. Stephen B.
To'.ces and Charles I. Zentner.
Allan E. Baer is the current
Genera! CauU) lairman.
MARTIN J. Kl'RTZ
CANTOS JXCOB RF.NZF.K
Breakfast In
Camelot Hall
Set April 27
Irving Axelrod. president of
the Hebrew Congregation, an-
nounced that the residents of
I i-tle Gardens and the members
of the congregation are cooperat-
ing with the Other area syna-
gogues in sponsoring a breakfast
Sunday. April 27. at 10:00 a.m.
in behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
The function will take place in
Camelot Hall.
Rabbi Emanuel Scbenk, chair-
man of the breakfast will present
an award to Irving Axelrod for
hi- distinguished service for Jew-
ish causes. An outstanding speak-
er is promised for this important
event.
tiiding Rabbi Schenk will be
the following committee mem-
Mas Axelr >d. Charles Dub-
in. Nathan Flias. Al Jacobs. Jack
Krulick, Jules Saks, Hyman Stein
and Morris Steinberg
other temple functions are
planned for the month of May,
Including Temole Beth Israel and
gate Jewish Center.
Knesset Member Guest Speaker
At Coral Springs Breakfast
Jonathan Livny. former At' >r
ney General in the Israel admin-
istration, We.-t Bank of Jordan,
and member of the Israeli Knes
set. will be the fueal ipeakar at
a campaign breakfast meeting of
Men's Division
0 ., :ii at the Coral
Spring] Golf and Tennis club
The .....ouncement was made by
David ss and Richard R>man-
<{'. cochairmen of the Coral
i Men's Division.
a veteran of Is
. Forces, was re
to active duty for three
., ,>:-- fol' >wing the outbreak
of the Yom Kipour War.
Until 1968. Mr Livny lerved
in the Minitary Judce Advocate's
office as Chief Military Prose-
cutor and as a member of the
Administrators office staff in
the West Bank of the Jordan,
holdinc the rank of Major In this
capacity, he prosecuted criminal
and sabotage cases and drafted
regulations for the administration
and conduct o' persons living in
the West Bank.
A- an efftcr in the Military
tars otfiee, Mr. Liv-
m was first signed to the du
counsel and I it t
I is prosecutor in courts
n irti il In 1989, he was awarded
I ho'arship to study for his
Ph.D. at th University of Penn-
mia.
Mr Livny, who was born in
Haifa :!i Mnted
in the World Youth As-
JONATHAN LIVNY
sembly of the United Nations,
which was convened in the sum-
mer of 1*)70 to commemorate the
UN's 25th anniversary. He re-
turned home two years later to
become the senior executive as-
sistant to the Director General
of the utstrj of Top ism.
Mr. Livny received his univer-
sity education at the Hebrew
University Law School in Jeru-
salem and the Bar [Ian Unh r
sity at Ramat Can. where he
studied criminal
A brilliant and highly articu-
late lawyer, Mr Livny ha
a wide reputation as one of lo-
r. el's :r. re forceful spokesmen
on the \mcrican university cam-
pus and on radio and television.
He has spoken on behalf of the
World Affairs Council and has
appeared before many civic.
church and aduH school audienc-
es n vairous parts ol the United
St al and Canada.
Division cochairmen David
Gross, an executive in Broward
Linen Co. in Fort Lauderdale,
and Richard Romanoff, a retired
Rem Corp.. Toledo. Ohio, execu-
tive, pointed out that Coral
Spring? is a new and dynamic
area: both expressed great op-
timism regarding the outcome
and participation in the break-
fast._______________________
Fort Lauderdale BRW
Installs Mew Officers
Fort Lauderdale Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women held its in-
stallation luncheon in the Reef
Restaurant recently, with \dele
Beckerman. Florida Regional Of-
fice director, as installing of-
ficer.
t:,c chanter's slat* for th" com-
ing year includes Rertha Sheps,
pre ident: Molly Steinberg, fund-
raising vice president: Miriam
Go'dstein. member hio vice pres-
ident; Rose m serow, program
vce president; Diaa Persky, com
munieations vice president; Han-
nah Norman, treasurer: Florence
Cohen, financial secretary; i.ii-
1 ia Stutz. sei rel try, and Ceil
Shapiro, corresponding secretary.


Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Loudercbile
Friday, April 18. io7<
Mrs. Ralph Cannon Reelected
By North Broward Hadassahns
Mrs. Ralph Cannon has been
reelected for a third tern.
president of the North Broward
MBS. RALPH CANNON
Chapter of lladassah She was thp
first president of the Chapter
when it went on the group plan
in 1973 Since that year, the chap
ter has frown from three groups
to nine, covering all areas from
the Beach, westward to Tamarac.
and North to Delray in Sooth
Palm Beach County.
"Membership has multiplied a!
most five times in this short
time; chapter programs have
been exciting and have included
many innovations, and fund ra -
inR resu'ts have b?en excel.
ever lubscribinj all quotas." said
Mrs. Cannon "The new year of
19751976 will see a dramatic
growth again in membership,
fund raising, and provocative
special events "
The highlight of the next year
will be the Florida Region ot
rladtaanh'l annual conference
which will he iio-t .1 i>\ the
North Broward Chapter of Hi
daaajBjh, starting May 2. 1976. .it
Pier 66
other officers elected for the
new year are Mrs Allan Porter,
education vice president: Mrs.
Sam Schwartz, fund-raising vice
president. Mrs. Morton Sellner.
membership vice president. Mrs
Alan Marcovitz. program vice
president: Mrs. Murray Minkoff.
treasurer: Mrs. Gloria Hirsh. fi
nancial secretary: Mrs Herbert
Cohen, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Sid Wirth. corresponding
secretary.
Esther Cannon is a past pres
ident of the Business and Pro
fessional Division on-the Group,
of the Washington. DC. Chapter,
and a past president of the Mont
gonery County. Md Chapter on
the Group plan She is also a
former vice president of the Sea-
board Region of Hadassah
The new board of the North
Broward Chapter of Hadassah
\ull meet Thursday. May 1. in the
Pom Da no Fashion Square Com
munity Room, for a full day of
planning for the new year Com
mittee meetings will be held dur
ine the month of June
Temple Kniaiiu-El
'Cadillac Affair'
Include* Dancing
Regular Sabbath Kve Services
are held at Temple F.manu El of
Greater Ft Lauderdale, Reform
Congregation located at 3245 W
Oakland Park lied.. Frid.i\s at
8; 15 p.m. All members of the
community are welcome to v or
ship.
Tickets are available I r the
temple s annual 'CadU' \f
fair" Saturday with cocktails at
7 p.m. and dinner at 8 p in Music
feu dancing will be provided by
the Lea Wagnuu) Orchestra
IhC Men I i'ii!) breakfast meet
ing will be h-lrl Saiadey at 10:00
am Broward Countv Commis
sioner Jack HoSi will be the
guest speaker. His tonic will be
The Jewish Public Official ."
Sisterhood's annual Donor
Luncheon will be held at Pier
66 Tuesday Social Hour will be
gin at 11:30 am with luncheon
at 12:30. Reservations are re-
quired.
The Jane Lawson Nursery-
School will be extending its pro
gram to include both afternoon
and full day classes. Applications
for admission in September are
now being accepted.
\ ouii" leadership Croups Plan Gala
Celebratiitt] Of 27th Anniversary
The Youns Leadership groups
of Plantation and North East will
hold a gala celebration in honor
Uat director of the Jewish Fed
cration
Reservations may be made by
contacting any of the committee
members or Kathy at the Jewish
Federation office.
Marts
LCharym Grouo of Hadassah
met this week at Plantation Com
munity Center. 5595 Palm Tree
Rd Plantation
Mrs. Ceil Freedman gave the
invocation marking Israel Inde
pendence Day. In the absence of
Ann Margolius. president. Mrs
Rae Grebler presided. Mrs. Mary
Ann Ely from "League of Women
Voters" spoke on "The Facts and
Myths of ERA."
Camp Kee Tor
Note Accepting
Applications
Camp Kee Tov of Temple
Kmanu-EI. 3245 W Oakland Park
Blvd.. Ft Lauderdale. is now ac
cepting applications for the sum
mer program Camp begins line
16 and concludes Aug. 9: it i*
open to all members of the com
munity for children ages four
through 12
An additional feature is the
CIT (Counse'or in Training) pro
gram for boys and girls 13
through 15 years ild It is a well
rounded program designed to de
vetop an understanding of child
behavior. grouD leadership tech
nique* and program skills.
The Dnv Camp activities elude swimming dailywith in
structions for the non-swimmers,
cookouts and nature hikes, arts
and crafts, dramatics, music,
sports, games, field trips and
special events.
Enrollment can be for any or
all of the weekly itOaiatt Trans
portation is provided
Brochures and registration
forms may be obtained by calling
Camp Director Mrs Bette
Schroeder. or the temple ofi!
YACOV DAM
of Israel's 27th anniversary Sat
urday evening. April 28. at 901
p.in in Deioke Auditorium. 5701
Cypress Rd.. Plantation
The evening will feature I
raeli. Jewish and American food
Special guest for the eel .'bra
tion will be Yacov Dan. noted
Israeli recording artist, actor and ,
musician who has entertained
audience- araund th* world with
his exciting performances.
Dan. who began his mu career at the conservatory in Je
. rusalem. is considered a virtuoso
on the cordovox. with which he
accompanies h:mserf He has ap
peered in concert throughout the
I'nited States, including the M
ami Beach And tonum and th>
Fon' IU Hotel and has an
peared in such movlei Bl "H
Doll;. "U I'.'' and
"Lawrence of An
Lois Falsa* ll chairman of I
event Her committee includes
Donna I.evn. Eda Lang. Linda:
Stewart and Barry Axler. aaais-
40,000
happy people
InRosMnoor
eiHiimunKk'H
ean'l be wrong!
Itossmoor
Vf < 0< ONI T CIIE Kk
P AT EXIT 24 ON THE TURNPIKE
Women's Division Sponsoring i>t
Hawaiian Garden UJA Function
Mrs Hannah Spitalnik has an-
nounced that the fir-t Jewish
fir
thusiasm has boon
** in
the community
Serving with Mri >., ,.p.,
the commit!.',
Delia A.pert. s> 1 ,
Ruth Diamond.
Mildred Fed R
Jeanne 1. S
and Ros'vn 1. We
Auditions For
Scholarsh p Set
Auditions foi ;
Morning Mu.icul-
will be held at :t p.n SatereaT
Apr!. 26. at Broward
ommumty
ALVIN CArP
Federation Hawaiian Gardens
Women's Division CJA function
wiil be held Tuesday. May 6. at
12:30 p.m. at Va>l*l Restaurant
Alvin Capp. a prominent Ft
Lauderdale attorney who is a
member of the UJA Campaign
Cabinet, will be the guest speak
er.
This will be a first ever Worn
en's function at Hawaiian Gar
dens on behalf of th t'mted Jew
ish Appeal. Mrs Spitalnik said.
"A verv exciting afternoon is
planned and a great deal of en
Co'lege Central Camwii m the
Lecture-Theatre. Bulldioj 30 a*.
p.icants niu-l furn;sh their owj
accompanists for use editions
This scholarship of $300 u
open to student > ege 17 25 *ha
plan a career in wilt The sta-
dent shall be ehoaea by tie
Scholar>hip Committee became
of merit, musical ability, chanc-
ier and need
Applicants must apply by In-
ter, including telephone number.
to Mrs Morton Crosstaaa, PO
Box 620. Hollywood. Fla 33QS
Letters of recommenUion froa
the present music teacher, school
principal or clergyman a> 'j
character, musical talent, finan-
cial need and ilacerit) of pur-
pose should be Included Appli-
cations must be rc.fived by
Thursday. April 24
Riverside's
two new chapels in
Hollywood ana Sunrise
serve the needs of
the entire
Jewish community in
Broward County.
In the Ho U"- si and Halian 5801 Hollywood Boulevard. Hollywood.
920-1010
In the Fon I audeniaie ureu
1171 Northwest 61st Ave (Sunset Strip).Su:
5846060
RIVERSIDE
NWfTkjoa. t tujvl Int Funeral Director*
Other Kivvrstdtf ctupeis in South 1 lorxii I
N >rth Miami Beach Miami Beach and Miami
Riven-d- mm ihf Nn No* M*tiopu*n Mr* vHtti tup* Mj- hjto*
BrooMy H- > v I xRoch -* wIWmih*'
Murrav.N KuNn tD


Friday, April 18, 1975
The Jewish Floridkm of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3
Schlesinger Says He'd Stay Put
At Sinai Pass If He Were Israeli
Deerfield Beach Onturv Village
Residents Kiek Off I J A Campaign
Bj JOSUH POLAKOFF
WASHINQTON (JTA)
of Defen*
that' if lie
OMtble tor Israels
, would '* l*
ii ithdiaweJ" of Israeli
i. | Golan Heights
Wrest Bank as long as
I., \. ,-ih nations refused to MO-
- nght to exist.
Neither Schlesinger nor his
interviewer mentioned the Sinai
in this connection. He also in-
| the Soviet Union would
: .v hack the "more radical
<]-" of the Arabs against
in a Geneva conference.
81 Hl.KslMiKR's comments
. luring a television Inter*
n which he disclosed that
:iite<1 States would make
'new commitments" on mill-
'>' ~ bml pending
o.i.ilnetit.n (f President Foi
rmm rev* s. polkry to-
wards tbt Ivjiddiu hast in gen-
eral.
A Pentagon s|H>kesman point-
ed out to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the review includes
"ail the countries" of the area
BOW i driving U.S. military
equipment.
They include particularly
Jordan, Saudi. Arabia and Iran.
The State Department confirm-
ed today that no policy decision
on foreign aid will be made
while the reassessment is under
way.
PRESIDENT FORD was
scheduled to go before a joint
Ifld of the Senate and HottM
either Apr. 9 or 10 to discuss
MKI.VIN JACOBS
Kit 1IAKI) M.KWKN
Jacobs, McEwen
Named By Bur dines
Jacobs, president of
has been named cli.ui-
Ifl i chief executive niticer
haul \V. M luen, Bur-
dines executive vice president.
:ned president Fed-
Department Store*, Inc.
nounced.
Jacob] succeeds Thomas
C Waimuth, who died March
11 Mr \Va>muth had been with
M tor 10 seas, and had
Bd c- (haii man for the last
m
Mr. Jaoofat, 48. has been with
itod !<> 2H yeiirs. starting
an executive trainee at
: lales in 1947. In three
yean he was made buyer, ami
in 19.V> became general manager
of the basement stores.
In 1960. at the age ot M. Mr.
I* was named merchandis-
i"K Viet president and in 1969,
ime senior vice president
a ml general merchandise man-
aajer. Two years later he was
1'ionvited to e dent and general merchandise
iranag.T.
In 197*. Mr. Jacobs was trans-
business the
right way.
DHWMUrOMM.
! Hini Utt U 1)111
111 11M
OAKLAND TOYOTA
ferred from Bloomingdales to
Uvome president of Burdines.
Mr. McEwen. 54, has been
with Burdines for nine years. A
graduate of the UntvenJty of
Toledo, he received his early de-
partment store training at R. H.
Macy in that city.
Prior to joining DuidllMI II
VIM president-finance in 196>.
Mr. IfcEwtn was treasurer of
Sililc-y. Lindsay, CUR 4 Co de-
partment stores in Rochester,
N.Y.. where he spent much of
his professional life.
At Burdines, he was promoted
to executive vice president of
finance and service in 1969. In
addition to being chief financial
officer. Mr. Mel-:wen was also
responsible for operation, store
planning, construction and KDP.
Burdines has 11 stores in
Florida. It recently added a sec-
ond store in Orlando and will
soon open another store in Clear-
water.
U.S. ton which would
i !!.. & .;!.v,i-i Asia sit-
uation l| Ue.l U the
SfM Bortuaa] and the Cyprus
problems. His address was ex-
pected to include elements of
his review.
The foreign aid program for
tt* current IS. fiscal year end-
ing June 30 carries $200 mUHon
in credit and a $100 million
grant to Israel for military pur-
chases.
Whether full aid will continue
was not immediately known but
Schlesinger said that the U.S.
had carried out virtually" all
of a very substantial shipment"
of military supplies to Israel
during the fall and winter period
that ended today.
FOR THE new fiscal year be-
ginning July 1. Israel is under-
stood to have asked tor about
12.2 billion in aid, of which ap-
proximately sis bUlion is for
military equipment.
Tims figure was questioned by
ministration and Congresaion-,
J sources lot the break-
down ol Secretary of State
Henry a Kissinger's effort for
a second i.'gyptian-Israel agree-
ment.
While ordinarily the Admin-
istration presents its new aid
program to Congress by mid-
March, it was postponed this
year to mid-April, and now
not expected to be disclosed be-
fore May 1. that is. until after
the President's review is com-
pleted and its meaning well un-
derstood here and abroad.
It is not ruled out that the
new program may well include
substantial forms of military
equipment for Egypt in the U.S.
effort to woo Egypt from the
Soviet grasp.
s MI.KsiNOER'S appearance
on station WKTA <> the Public
Broadcasting System marked
his flnt comments on the Middk
It .since Kissinger's return
Continued on Pa*e 11
Mr. And Mrs. Club' Formed
A new "Mr and Mrs. Club"
has been formed at Temple Sho
lorn. Pompano Beach in answer
to a iong felt need to introduce
newcomers to the community
The club is being directed by
Barbara and Lou Bovlan.
Irving R. Friedman, chairman,
reports that Century Village
and Deerfield Beach area r
dents participated in a successful,
first time United Jewish Appeal
function.
Emi! Cohen, guest speaker at
the April 8 function, was very
well received, Mr. Friedman
says.
The present committee will be
enlarged to continue an on-going
campaign to reach every area
resident.
Aiding Mr. Friedman are co-
chairpersons Joseph and Clara
Richmond, and the following
committee in formation:
Adele Barcon. Sylvia Beckman.
Diane Berg. Joseph Cohen, Lou
Fisher. Bob Gutchman, Fran
Gutchman. Charlotte Gordon,
Mike Gordon, Louis Halperr
Nathan Heilveil. Sid lvler. Harry
Merer, Dr, Mare Nuabaum, Fran
Nusbaum. Mary Pavony. Ed
Reich. Margie Reich. Theodore
K off. Ada Sherman. Moe Spe-
vak. Jack Solomon. Charlotte
Solomon and Harold Trotnor.
NOW IS THE TIME TO PLAN A TRIP 10 ISRAEL
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JASWANT SINGH PANNU, M.D P.A.
IS PLEASED TC ANNOUNCE
THE OPENING OF HIS SECOND OFFICE
FOR THE PRACTICE OF EYE DiSEASES AND EYE SURGERY
AT
4850 West Oakland Park Blvd.,
Lauderdale Lakes
(Across from Lauderdale Lakes Hospital)
484-0700
-,
Congratulations to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on its
27th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Rummage Sole Scheduled
B'nai B'rith Women of Tarn
arac are having a rummage sale
at 3465 NYV 19th St., Fort Laud
erdale Warehouse Bldg. No. 8,
(east of State Road 7) April 25
through May 4 (except Satur-
days) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Some items are nearly new.
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Friday, April 18^ 107g


| Israel's Anniversary
Israel began the celebration of her 27th anniver-
sary of independence on Tuesday evening, the eye of
'Iyar5. I
This is a time beset by fateful questions for Jews
both irr Israel and- abroad. It is not hafoMo sense that
the primary spirit is less optimistic than cautious, al-
_ though, as Hans Habe points out in his essay in The
" Jewish Floridan Anniversary Supplement (see Sec. C),
we agree that it is time for all of us to return to the
mood before the Yom Kippur War.
This does not mean, whether they were right or
wrong, cockiness and arrogance, as the Arabs came to
see the predominant quality in the Israelis before the
1973 war.
Rather it means a certainty of purpose and of di-
rection that seems to have slipped from our hands dur-
ing the last year and a half at least, in any case,
since Israel's 25th anniversary.
"We must wonder at the strange ways of our peo-
ple's history and their capacity to make suffering into
the seed of survival," President Ephraim Katzir noted
on the eve of the 27th anniversary.
The endangered little community of 1948 has be-
come a nation of close to three million persons.
Its agriculture and industry are remarkably devel-
oped. Its capacity to build and to defend itself in the
face of fierce onslaughts of enemies repulsed again and
again all these are qualities that should leave Israelis
and their Jewish brethren abroad far from dispirited,
as they seem to have become.,
To see ourselves clearly now, we need" in President
Katzir*? view, the perspective not only of 27 years, but
of the many centuries of pain and sacrifice, faith and
vision that led to the emergence of the Jewish State in
our time.
We agree.
The New-Left Song
More and more, the flags being flown by the ad-
versaries in the Middle East are taking on the kind of
colors that history has long known.
We can no longer take seriously the Arab insistence
that the struggle is not anti-Jewish, but anti-Zionist
"only."
At least not after the statement by Ashraf Ghorbal,
Egypt's ambassador to the United States, who in an
interview in Buenos Aires, put it this succinctly.
The Arabs have determined in an "irrevocable"
decision "to put an end to Judaism."
The message can not be clearer that that unless
we add Ghorbal's hopeful post-script that "our friends
have already promised to do (so) ... in the United
States."
The value of Ghorbal's interview is not so much
to readers of our columns as to New Leftists stationed as
students and faculty en campuses throughout the
United States, and numbering many Jews among them,
who have trumpeted the "Zionist-imperialist" song for
so long now that only statements such as Ghorbal's can
show them just how flat their song is.
McGoverri's Latest Question
Speaking of New Leftists: Now comes Sen. George
McGovern. Remember McGovern, the Democrat of
South Dakota, for whose human heart so many Amer-
icans voted in his campaign for the presidency?
Well, now, Sen. McGovern's heart these days is
reaching out to none other than Yasir Arafat and the
Palestine Liberation Organization.
Mind you. he's not for Arafat, McGovern tells us,
but in his muddleminded way only for "the presence of
several million Palestinians with thousands of years of
history behind them," who ought to have "an inde-
pendent national homeland of their own."
What about Syria? What about Lebanon? What
about Saudi Arabia? What about Jordan?
Will yet another "Palestinian state" end it all? Or
will the Arabs, in their aim to achieve Ghorbal's declar-
ed purpose of destroying Judaism want still one more
after the "new Palestine?"
Of course, the McGoverns among us never have to
answer questions. All they have to do is raise them.
Social Security Numbers Game
rpHE OTHEK day. my l^year
old son. Jacob, came to me
with a piece of paper in his hand
and a gleam in his eyes.
There was a sudden sense of
urgency, awen lew -in my.*o*ee
when I asked him what the piec
of paper was. and all the joy
with which he first showed it to
me aeemed suddenly to disap-
pear.
*TTS AN application for a so-
social security number." be ex-
plained.
In fact, his explanation took
on the tone of an apology al
most as if I had caught him with
a piece of smut for which he
now wanted to be excused.
"Why so soon*" I demanded
How "did you get it anyway?"
At school." he said.
Why don't they just teach you
arithmetic and history and
in inverse geometric proportion
to your ultimate benefit
It is not a recommended social
contract which vou may ftudy
and v. reject as unsuitable tD
voux inUded,lile-t.vAe,JUk-the
draft it is an obligation which
you may not feel free to avoid
at your own discretion. ________
IT IS i mandatory social eon.
tract, and to be required to Mn
one at age 13, it seemed to^
at the moment that I beheld the
application in my son s hand. fm.
pha OhOod,' all those years ahvtd
to which he was a'readv jn o>bt
Continued on paRr ij
<; AS.. .
Max Lemer
Sees It
Mindlin
English over there, and mind
their bloody business otherwise?"
I asked him testily. "Are they
part of the grand conspiracy,
too'"
AFTER A few minutes of
silence. I relented, not wanting
him to fall prey to my own brand
of mishugaes "Look," I said,
there's nothing wrong with get-
ting a social security number."
Jeremy got one." he said
hopefully, referring to his going-
on-eighteen brother. "He seems
to be surviving, and that was four
years ago."
Look." I repeated a second
time, "it's okay. 1 really mean it.
It's okay "
IT IT wasn't okaynot for
meand of course he knew it.
And it wasn't hat I had social
security in mind as the big
American rip-off. either, which
all your life steals big gobs from
your gross, when you get set to
retire pays but a pittance, and
these days into the bargain
threatens imminent bankruptcy
just to add some spiee to every'
one s sense of insecurity.
What I had in mind wa< bl s<
J anonymity That social se-
curity card application my son
held in his hand wa the pub'.ic'<
passport to begin scrutiny into
his private life.
THEBF. IS. of course, his birth
certificate lying in a file some
where. But all of us have one of
these.
Birth certificates are as old as
man's history Thev validate and
legitimize your being Almost
from the beginning, they were
designed to give you, the bearer,
protection and comfort as a cer
titled member of organized so-
ciety.
But not so the social security
card, which next to the draft card
and your income tax number,
makes yon as bearer not bene-
ficiary but victim.
THE SOCIAL securitv card
holds out the promise of a com-
munal IOU to you. It is author
lzed to come due and pay you
benefits ;t a certain specified
date, all right (barring, of course,
the threatened bankruptcy).
But before that, the social se- y .
cuntv ;ard is a reverse IOU. pj A
h demands payment of you v
By MAX LEKNEK
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
Scarcely a single secretary' of
state since Charles Evans Hughes
perhaps since John Hay or
even Thomas Jefferson would
talk of a foreign policy event as
a "Greek tragedy" and then go
on to define the concept
That is what Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger did in talk
ing with correspondents on his
plane after his failed Middle East
mission, and again in briefing
congressional leaders.
HE DEFINED the nature of a
Greek tragedy: "when both sides,
each following the laws of its own
nature, produce consequences
destructive of both." It may go
back to his massive senior honors
theis at Harvard on the moaning -
of historyto Spengler and Kant
rather tban to the Metternkh who
was the hero of hi* first book
But it can be of small aoince
to either the Israelis or the Egyp-
tians to be told by the man. each
had pinned it* hopes on that in
following the laws of their nature
thev wou'd both be destroyed.
THESE IS an element which
makes the tragedy seem even
more fateful Kissinger refuses
publiclv to assess the blame for
his failure of diplomacy, but he
has said in cloned session that
the I'raelis should have been
aaorr flexible.
Yet he add that Prime Min
ister Yitzhak Babin couldn't have
conceded more without suffering
the downfa'l of bis government.
The Israeli peoole were edarv.
and the opposition parties were
waitmg for a sign of weakness.
Yet President Anwar Sadat
also showd himself m'l'xible.
perh.T>s for similar reanns.
THE ISRAELIS refused k>
withdraw t"c la-t four or P
miles from the Mit'a Pass in h
Sinai Desert without a clear tate-
ment of Egypt's "nonbel.igcr
encv."
But it was Sadat who tooped
short of mikinc the statement
The heat was on him from th*
PI.O and the more militant Afoh
states He may well have feared
an asasina'ion fate such m
ca-itht uo later with King Faisal
of owotfl Arabia "r else a hfc-
revnlutionarv militarv coup.
While Kissinger has no real
substantive rea-on. he mav have
a tactical reason for seeming to
tilt the b'ame toward Israel to
Bet credit with Sadat and the
Arabs, which he will ton K need
at Geneva.
HE HAD another tacticil ob-
jective to point to the lack of
congressional suppor i a factor
in the larger collapoi 0f
American policy Thi> was a fait.
ter hour for him !) ned it fr
a call to a more unified Amrncas
'national purpose." with a sfjja,
ly implied rebuke to the liberal
isolationist trend of the currrat
Congress,
We need to go bovend the
ironic gaietv of the funeral r*.
marks which Kissinger's op-
ponents are reading over him.
There ars some real rhallenjM
to be made on his Vietnam so'.i-
WBT WOBJtY .one prf*
questioner asked) about a Com-
munist takeover in Saigon if t
have resolved differences with
most ether Communist reicmei
through detente"
Kissinger fumbled in hit
answer. But of course, the ques-
tion is not about Communist ex-
pan'ion. which has been consid-
erable, but about the authority
and credibility of American com-
mitments, wherever
It is on this score that Kissin-
ger uses hw best phrase thai
there can be no "ssJertist otsi
ihilitv' for the United State.
A BIN AWAY Congress now
taking over American ooliry oa
Vietnam aid. might take il os
again on Klvsm MUsf
pledge for Israel mival
We mu preoccuoation with Vietnam
th real ' ah I it the
difficult Geneva conference and
th ouestnn of renewed aid to
1 to helo It! >
\w i< it milita-
Ki's-ngtr Men tta H lertaft
ti-n about a "mas* wnent of
rttf f er.an position in the sfie
HI Ei al i- not directed -: Unsl
PPRH4PSNOT. but roBtaga
>him'\ after his return ."id h
d-scort -it with Israel hartai*
in- b"havior. what other *>
tinn rould h have m-ant' It re-
calls John Foster Dulles' historic
threat to the French that W
In .-d States wou'H have tt
make an "agonising U
If it hapnens. and if a stronf
ne .- ouh"~ deesnt enwm
then the M-ddl- ?* ">*'"'-,
take on a third actor It nij M
not onlv the Arabs and Israel*
who wi!l be "following the law
of their nature' toward a
d'tnirtion. but Amerua. too__
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Friday. April 18, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
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For Its 35th Season June 5
JERUSALEM tr (JTA).
Premier Yitzhak Rabin exprea-
,.<#d. coi*denfienhat Iaeeel would
get from the United States all
the weapons it needs despite the
p0,d Administration's plans for
a reassessment of its Middle
1 asl policies because of the fail-
ure f Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's effort for a sec-
rn,l Egyptian-Israeli Sinai ac-
cord.
P.abin also said, in a televMon
interview, that he expected "cer-
tain circles" in the United States
Would try to pressure Israel into
changing its policy on a peace
agfeemettt 'but \hWt''he' KpiWted
Israel would "be able to stand
up to this."
HE SAID Israel had shown
flexibility in the negotiations
through Kissinger and had said
"no" at the right time in the
talks. Rabin also reaffirmed Is-
rael's willingness to attend peace
talks at a reconvened Geneva
conference but expected little
progress at the conference.
He rejected suggestions that
Large Delegation To Attend
Florida Region Conference
Presidents of all nine groups
of the North Broward Chapter
of Hadassah. in addition to the
Chapter president, will be among
the delegates registered to attend
the 25th annual conference of
Mm Florida Region of Hadassah,
April 27. 28. and 29. at the Du
pont Plaia Hotel in Miami.
Prof. Bernard Schecterman.
the featured speaker at the open
ing plenary session Sunday night,
specializes in International Re-
lations, American Foreign Policy.
Middle East Studies and American
i Political Movements. He
will bring to the conference an
up-to-date analysis of the current
eal situation facing America
the Middle East.
keynote address at the
o pning luncheon Sunday, will be
i by Mrs. Edward Lusterman
National Board of Hadas-
wko .\ill serve as the Ml
:. nal Pi-presentative during the
i re conference.
Ralph Cannon. North
!' ward Hadassah Chapter pres-
et will issue a formal invita-
> the Florida Region to at-
tend the 1976 Conference, which
'"hapter will host.
During the three day conclave,
delegates will attend workshops
on fund raising, leadership, youth
activities, education, membership.
American and Zionist Affairs
and program.
Two of the Chapter's groups.
Blyma and Sabra. will participate
in workshops. Blyma Group, un-
der the direction of Teddy Krim-
sky. will take part in the Zionist
Affairs Workshop, while the Sab-
ra Group, under the direction of
Carol Porter, will be included in
the Education Workshop.
All will not be work, however.
A gay reception is planned fol-
lowing the plenary' session Sun-
day night, a cocktail party will
precede the Monday night ban
quet. with a special "Fun Night"
scheduled to follow the banquet
The delegation headed by Mrs.
Cannon, includes the Mesdames
Alfred Saxe. Sidney Gerber. Har-
ry Krimsky, Irwin Stenn. Samu
el Pavony, Charles Ruben,
Joseph Baker. Pearl Goldenberg.
Richard Samuels. Allan Porter
and Channa Tribble.
in mmviEw with rgtogST leaders
McGovern Urging
Ul-Out PLO Support
WASHINGTON (JTA)
- Sen. George McGovern
.-.iiij after a meeting with
Yasir Arafat that "American
v should take into to-
ri o u s consideration t h 6
ion of recognizing the
tine Liberation Organ-
ization," according to a re-
port by the Palestinian news
icy WAFA.
The Ik'irut new|>a|>er An Na-
portad that the South Da-
1^ ita Democrat who heads the
Senatfl Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee i subcommittee on Near
rstern Affair*, and is currently
>n a fact-finding, tour in Middle
people, the press reports said.
OTHER sources s;.id McGov-
ern Indicated after th meeting
tli.it he plans to draft a Middle
East pea el plan which, accord-
ing to officials accompanying
him. Would I"' baaed on the es-
tablishment of relation! Iietweer
Israel and the Arab countries,
the guarantee of a fair and last-
Ing peace by recognising th*
. thai must be accorded to
th. Palestinian!, the pie-196"
borders and a solution of the
problem of Jerusalem.
McGovern arrived in Beirut
last Wednesday and has visited
Kgypt and Saudi Arabia. He
has also scheduled to visit Jor-
...untr.es.. met with Arafat g^ ,srae| ^ Iraa
for 90 minutes last Friday1 at ] ________
Senator's
Kgypt had made a new Initiative
in setting a June date for re-
-penin the Snei.Canal, declar-
ing that the reopening would not
contribute any l>enefit to Israel
but would provide sorely needed
revenues for Egypt.
fOOTON MINISTER Yigal
Allon stressed that Israel was
holdiiig the areas captured in
the Six-Day War until it could
reach a peace agreement with
ita Arab neighbors,
But he said Israel will not act
under demands and piessuies no
matter from where they come.
Allon made his remarks in a
speech to the Kibbutz Hameu-
chad Movement meeting at the
Ktal Seminary near Petach Tik-
vah.
He repeated Israel's call to
Egypt to reconsider Israel's pro-
posal for a second-stage agree-
ment in the Sinai.
ALLON SAID Israel had noth-
ing to be sorry about in the re-
cent attempt to reach a settle-
ment with Egypt. He said Israel
now had to convince others that
she will not evade any chance
for peace.
He said Israel does not want
war, will not initiate one and
will respond to any constructive
proposal. But he said Israel will
not accept any proposal that
would undermine her security.
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Readings from .he Mishnayoth
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except Friday, accompanied by
comments, discussions, and appli-
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McGovern, who was the Dem-
ocratic Party's Presidential can-
didate in 1972, was quoted as
saying that it was "imperative
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Friday, April 18, 1975
NOT BEEN HAPPENING YET
Sol M. Linoicitz Named To
U.S. Support for Israel Eroding Pan Am Board Of Directors v
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Jonathan Bingham 'D.
N.Y.) told the House of Repre-
sentatives that support for Israel
in CoBgress "may be eroded in
the future if Israel gives the im-
pression of being intransigent."
He said that. The Israelis
themselves are aware of this dan-
ger and will have to take it into
account as they reach their deci-
sions" following the negotiations
Joanne Wheotley and Hal Kanncr, popular supper night
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in the Middle East led by"Se
tary of State Henry A. Kissinger
that failed.
lUNf.ii vm. a profound ad-
mirer of Kissinger, introduced a
Constitutional amendment last
year to enable a foreign-born
American to become President of
the United States. He said he be
longed to a group in the House
that will be prepared to back
whatever decisions the Isr..
feel they mu their survival." but that un-
fortunately that i>roup "does not
comprise a majority of the
Congress."
Noting that some of his con-
stituents had .'xprc*>ed concern
that support for Israel in the
Congress may be eroding.' Binu
ham said. "I cannot say for cer
tain that this will not happen In
the future but it has not hap-
pened yet."
BINGHAM. whose Congression-
al district is in New York City 'i
Bronx borough, identified him-
self as "a longtime Israelphile"
in recording the strong support
for Israel in Congress on previ
ous issues and on opposition to
the current Arab boycott.
Some analysts here have !<'"
saying that Kissinzer and other
American officials are telling II
raelis that their request for
credits and grants of about $2 5
billion in the new U.S. fiscal
year beginning July 1 will be
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The Jexrish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7

(?es Dim View of Sadat Message
By GIL SEDAN
. iHplwa A^ Premier Yitzhak Rabin is taking a dim view of Egyptian
JERVSA'KM .
presui
to onl) a
It wa*JpBrael's first official reaction to Sadat's speech
| before 'jjpj r People's Assembly in Cairo. Observers noted
. Anwar
' three0U *>*"'s statement to the E gyptian parliament that Egypt would agree
^Bh extension of the man date of the United Nations Emergency Force
hich expires next month. Rabin described it as a "negative indication"
according to a statem nt released to the press.
extension of the UNRF mandate
and the reopening of the Sue/
w
that thjPe parts of Rabin's remarks made public after the
Cab'Jkwt session were extremely cautious in tone and con-
fined no reference to what some consider to be more
"positive" aspects of Sadat's speech, especially his an-
nouncement that the Suez Canal would be reopened on
June 5.
RABIN STRESSED that UNEF
"in its present form" whs an
integral part of the disengac-
ment agreements, meaning that
up to now it had been a matter
of course tliat its mandate would
be extended for a minimum |>e-
riod of six months.
"Failure to resume the UNEF
mandate, or a change in its dura-
tion, would be regaided by Israel
as a negative indication." the
Premiei's Statement said. It
added that Israel would con-
tinue to observe the ceasefire
agreement and the disemiage-
ment agncment on the baaifl of
redprocil.
In related a statement
made ". Forei n Minister Yigal
Allon n a television interview
that Israel was readj to advance
towi In every poaei
o\k POSSUULITS still open,
ordlnf t" Rabin, win through
an Interim agreement with
: :. which the >;o.Mi offices
cf thl I ni'ed States are essen-
tial
This is Important for i>th an
interim a^teen.ont and the con-
vening 0( tin1 Geneva coufi
ence." Rabin said.
Israel's extreme caution in its
reaction to Sadat's s[>eeeh re-
flected a dilemma confronting
thi government, sources here
said. On one hand. Israel does
not want to appear m the poet
tion of rejecting an apparent
attempt by Sadat to leave the
door open to futther negotia-
tion*--possibly before the Gen-
eva conference h reconvened
On the other hand. Israel does
not want to welcome a ,-oljtical
statement that, as Rabin noted,
has definite negative implica-
tions for Israel.
THE POSITIVE aspects of
Sadat's s|xech. though not men-
tioned in Rabin's statement to
the press, are believed to ha\e
been dtocusead at today's Cabinet
meeting.
The two points that Israeli of-
ficials were quick to express
rese: vations over were predatl)
tliose that Sadat apparently re-
gards as proof of his intentions
to "purtUC all possible opportu-
nities !or the settlement of the
.Mideast conflict."
ra were the three-month
Jews Elected
To Rio Gov't.
FJO DE JANEIROiJT A i
Two Jews were included In the
Dew government of the State of
Rio de Janeiro, which wr>
merged with the State of Guana-
bara on Mar. 15.
The new Governor of the Rio
rie Janeiro State. Admiral Faria
Lima, appointed Yossef Barat. a
35-year-old Jewish engineer, as
Bfl retary for Transportation.
His main task will be to revive
the ns11 ictlOfl of Rio's subway
which bepan five years ago and
was halted due to the lack of
fund-
THE GOVERNOR also ap-
pointed Halm Lerner, a young
j.wush architect, as "Coordina-
tor of Greater Rio de Janeiro."
He will hi respn"*!"1* f,,r ,he
developmeillof the merged s-tatr I
with its 9.400,000 inhabitants,
and especially for the develop-
ment of the state's capital. Rio
de Janeiro, with its five million
inhabitants.
Lerner. the son of a tradition-
al Jewish family, who speaks
Yiddish and is a graduate from
a Jewish school, served for the
jiast four years as Mayor of
Curitiba, the capital of Brazil*!
southern state of Parana.
HE IS considered the best
urbanisi in the country and i^
its;.nsible for having trans,
formed t'uritil a int.. the "moal
civilized city in Hra/il." accord-
ing to the. Influential newspa|>ei
"O Globo."
(anal.
The latter, while generally
welcomed, was not regarded by
Israeli officials as an Egyptian
concession although it was a
"rieescalating factor" after a
week of tension, sources here
said.
SOME POLITICAL, circles ex-
pressed the view, however, that
If the canal is indeed reopened
without demands for further
Israeli territorial withdrawals, it
WOUld indicate that Sadat has
chosen "the path of diplomacy."
A third major point of Sadat's
speech that has been given con-
siderable attention here was his
intimation that Kgypt would re-
turn the bodies of Israeli soldiers
killed in the Vom Kippur War
and still listed as missing. "We
have yet to hear if Kgypt would
attach conditions to this offer."
sources here said.
Rabin himse'.f did not refer
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directly to that part of Sadat's
sjieech. He noted, however, that
throughout the course of Secre-
tary of State Henr.- A. Kissin-
ger's shuttle diplomacy Israel
consistently raised the question
of the missing soldiers both
through Kissinger and through
tier channels" which the
Pienuer did not specifi-
Whereas Saoat mentioned .Tft
bodies to be leturned to Israel,
BCC >i li: j to Israeli inlormation,
57 soldieis arc still on the miss-
ing list. Therefore. Rabin said,
Jsia-'i would continue its "un-
ceasing effort" to achieve the
return of all missing Ixtdies.
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Ford Wants Action Against Arab Boycott
Friday, At
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Ford has given
"strong instructions" to his subordinates to implement his
"strong statement" about discrimination against American
citizens by the Arab boycott "and those agencies are fol-
lowing his instructions," Presidential "press secretary Ron
Nessen reported.
"It is clear," that the Department of Commerce is
"investigating" the boycott practices and "intends" to take
legal action against American companies that do not report
boycott practices.
Nessen's comments came in response to questions from
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency on whether the President is
implementing his statement that Arab discrimination
against American Jews was "repugnant."
thk jta reporter noted thai ire has been level-
lu .'..< of Coi a ibcom-
mltti pro Ing the dUcrimina-
d thai the Pi
irdinatei wars n.>t

ei in recent hearing! against
the departm nta of
St ite, Treasury, Justice, Com*
md Defen
porting Ma itat< menta ol
ort of the
It. Lauderdale Hadassah Chapter
Donor Luncheon-Installation May I
F 'i; u ler laic Chapter of
donor lunc'i tion
MRS. MAXWELL WEISBERG
of 197S1976 officers Thursday.
May 1. in the Continental Ball-
room of the Gait Ocean Mile Ho
tel, 3200 Gait Ocean Dr.. Ft
Lauderdale. Theme of luncheon
will be "A Journey Through Is-
rael "
Mrs Lottie Glickman is donor
chairlady. Mrs. Ben Finkel is
Visual Aid chairman. Mrs. Joseph
Freed. Chapter program vice
president. Mill present the high
light of the afternoon. "Musical
Moments' by Elaine and La*
Wagman.
Mrs. Maxwell Weisberg of Mi
ami. president of the Florida Re-
gion of Hadassah. Mill install the
following officers: Mrs. Matthew-
Newman. (Tamar) president; Ms
Rosalie Slass, (liana) program
vice president; Mrs. Joseph Born-
itein. (Tamar) education vice
president: Mrs. Edward Hare.
(liana) fund raising vice presi-
dent; Mrs Irvin Freiberg. (Ar-
mon) membership vice president:
Mrs. Richard Tar low. (Tamar1
executive vice president of ad
ministration; Mrs. J. Harold
Boger. (Haverim) financial sec
retary; Mrs. Joseph Grossman.
(Tamar) recording secretary;
Mrs Samuel Markell, (Tamar)
corresDOoding secretary; Mrs
Sol. Merlman. (Shalom) treas-
urer
Mrs Weisberg will be the guest
speaker, and will commend the
outgoing president. Mrs. Jacob
Doram. on the progress made by
the Fort Lauderdale Chapter, not
only on its growth from four to
nine groups, but in oversubscrib-
ing all its programv
This demonstrates the recogni-
tion of the community of the
importance of the role Hadassah
plays not only in its education
projrram in this country, but in
its hospital*, schools and res-arch
programs in Israel, which bene
fits not only Israel but the whole
!
Mrs. Newman, the Incoming
r of
lember of the
i i Voters; char-
.1 R

ncil of
v. men, chairperson of
Lau rric \-- i iation and
active in many other organiza-
tions.
fMMIHIIT FORD
l< dls-
Nessen ref(
a ;>
.
Jacob K. J.i\:t> }>... N J
The
nt by A

veal


DEVT also h ref-
ere
i tion I
"the fact i :
line oi
a boycott i'
"IF YOU WILL IT...
IT iS NO DREAM."
Theodor llerzl
CONGRATULATIONS TO
THE STATE OF ISRAEL
that such request was not re-
ported b> the exporter."
The Department of Commerce
in a report to the Senate Sub-
committee'oh Multinational Cor-
porations almost two weeks af-
ter the Dent letterindicated a
decline in report* filed with the
Department from 23,617 in 1972
DO only 788 last year.
The forms issued by the Com-
merce Department for reporting
boycott practices have been at-
d by Congressional com-
mittee member! for lacking pea-
.,*s Named fl
e ti
in adS Directo\
fi> tl
ha
members
virtually
gt along with
manrts
legislation bttpOBU
on American eompanles
dividual* in complying with
COM rejrulalions have heen mti
iluce.1 to meet these del
over the opposition o|
: ..on offh-ials.
noes
Congratulations to the
State of Israel on its
27th HirtInlay Celebration
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 9
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1C
tun
linger,
is Kis-
the elder Kis
Lffort J Voud and observant
iih.i-i'il some trees
the Jewish National
U a memorial to a depart -
cnd.
The JNF saw fit to publicize
,,| and the information
! m Cairo and reported
Once during Kissinger's
fated diplomatic shut
I tween l'iu>.ilcm and I
; ntianed the bet, and
ID lulf In j-'-t and half
si wheth the ton of
i iere i> do iroi i :'
IJComnt Meeting
\ IRK Tat eiities
Mi candid .
- impad mi American
ttmnrise I major part
nda for I he 69th an
meetini of the American
i Committee, to be held
M i) 1 to 4 at the Waldorf Astoria
i here.
*mong the speakers on men
I subjects as Israel's se-
eurity, American foreign policy.
and the role of the United Na-
tion* will be Simcha Dinitz. Is
rai Ambassador to the U.S.;
Jo-iph Sisco. U.S. Under Secre
tary of State for Political Af
Daniel P Moynihan. form
er IS Ambassador to India and
former Presidential Assistant for
I rban Affairs: Norman Podho
reti, editor of Commentary' Mag-
azine: Rita Hauser. former V S
Representative! to the UN Com
on on Human Rights: and
J' roaae Iheitaek. chairman of the
International League for the
Right! of Man.
& Dr. K. Iitoed Warning
JFJtL'SALEM From sources
to the Foreign Ministry, it
h..v been learned that Dr. Kis-
tinger once "warned" Yigal Al-
lheal his UN ambassador
Tekoah, charging that the Israeli
diplomat on the East River in
Ne York was "too independent" |
and much "too aggressive" in his
Public utterances.
According to th*se sources. Dr
Kissinger actually recommended
thai Tekoah be recalled from his
IN post and that he be replaced
b> a more tactful diplomat.
-to it
Arab Diplomats Block Film
VIENNA Pressure by Arab
diplomats here has resulted in a
ban on the showing of the English
film. The Odessa File."
K->sed on a best selling novel.
the movie portrays a relentless
p.irMin of a young Dutch jour
to infiltrate and unmask
ret, underground Nazi or
Ranixsttoa in West Germany plot-
l| to supply Nasser's Egypt
'th the technical means of de
nroying the State of Israel.
The film's hero is shown col-
laborating with a team of Israeli
agents and advisors, one of
*hom is Simon Wiesenthal. who
life heads the famed docu
aft to JNF Upset His Pal Anwar
mentation centre in Vienna which
is dedicated to bringing to justice
Nan criminal fugitive*.
6 it 6
tr. Bettman on TV
NEW YORK Dr. Otto Bett
man. founder and owner of the
Bettman Archives, talks about his
new book of photos and engrav-
ings from early 20th century
America which illustrate his be-
lief that the good o'.d days were
not as good as we often like to
think they were.
Dr. Bettman discusses "The
Good o.<| Days- They Were Ter-
rible" with Martin Bookspan.
critii and commentator. The con
ver! luled for broad
Light over
KB irk on Sun
day, Apr. 27, from 11:30 to 12
-
The I
by The lev rheol Sent
f Amei i n
with the N
; un>.
M.i-h.">r Purchased
AMSTERDAM
r.i and
: t of I
' :: i i ,-ersity >.-.
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.v nymo; I
Y ida in S
have '!>
tied in 1290
The manuscript, which con
tain^ on I Part of the
annual festival prayers, was nur
chased for a reported 500,030
lers 'about $200,000).
Policy Scored
WASHINGTON A message
making lasting friendships.
The Scout program is the larg-
est youth movement in Israel.
Participants will also have the
by five Congressmen to Secre-
tary ol State Henry A. Kissinger
expressed their "dismay" at his
news conference statement which
they said imolicltly- linked'
further U.S. aid to Israel with
continuing assistance to the "re-
gimes" in South Vietnam and
Cambodia.
Th Congressmen in their mes
sace made available to the Jew-
i-h Telegraphic /\zency said.
"Surely there la no comparison'
between I-rael "a strong, stable.
democrat! ally of th" Unit*d
State* in r>n area of the world
\i!a! to American security" and
"two I corrupt, d;
I regimes In In I > China."
Tho Con n sal I the
' o u (take of U.S. f treign
icy ;n the Middle East and
it u.s
; rl 'n but
Thi f.S I '
!ly. DO
' po'ir "i In
r"
- n i< ) Planned
- -
.....
.1
. Ti
. :' ir i
jed to
. enl h will be helJ from
July 6 to Aug. ll.
\< ill be an informal itu lj
of the ecology of the country and
on-the-spot views of many of the
archeo!ogical digs.
There will be home hospitality opportunity to meet Scouts of all
where participants will meat Is- faiths since the Israeli Scouts
raeli Girl and Boy Scouts and Federation includes Catholu]
stay with them in their homes, Moslems, Druses, Jews
exchanging ideas and views and Creek Ortfmdox.
outs
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To th<' Slate of Israel
and its Courageous People
We Extend Congratulations
on Their Anniversary
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Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Reels Broke Up Passover Prayer
NEW YORK-(JTA) -Several
hundred Jews attending the Sab-
bath-Passover morning services
ia Moscow's synagogue on Arkhi-
pov St. were ordered to leave and
go home, Jewish sources here re-
potted.
The sources said they had re
ceived this report from Soviet
Jewish activists and foreign eye-
witnesses. The action followed
the dispersal of Jews from the
synagogue area by police on the
evening of the beginning of Pass-
over.
POLICE EMPTIED the syna-
gogue during services and push-
ed several Jews from the vesti-
bule and from the steps outside.
No arrests were made. Jewish
sources reported, but some Jews
were roughed up when they tried
te linger.
Other policemen moved traffic
alone the narrow street and bar-
red some pedestrians. The ac-
tion, according to eyewitnesses,
appeared to be aimed at prevent
iag Jews from gathering outside
tie synagogue after services were
over.
Police action forced the serv-
ices to be abbreviated by 20 min
utes. When some 400 Jews left
the synagogue and gathered on
the street outside, police moved
in and dispersed them.
Both incidents came at a time
when Jewish activists contend
that the authorities are trying to
split their movements by permit
ting some applicants to emigrate
while harassing others.
MARK NASHPITZ. a 27 year
old dentist, and Boris Tsitlionok.
a 31-year-old plumber, were to
go on trial for allegedly violating
public order last month If found
guilty, each faces a maximum
sentence of three years in prison.
At the same time. Soviet au-
thorities have given exit visas to
Yevgeny and Aleksandr Levich.
the sons of Benjamin Levich. the
physical chemist; Mikhail Agur-
sky. a cyberneticist; and Alek-
sandr Goldfarb. a biologist.
Goldfarb. according to the
sources, said he did not believe ,
the exit visas reflect a change of I
policy, but underscores Soviet at
tempt* to split the movement and
Intimidate others.
THE SYNAGOGUE Council of.
America has issued a sharp pro-
test aeain.M the Soviet police ac-
tion in dispersing Jews from the .
Moscow synagogue. Expressing
NATIONAL
CAR RENTALS
2 S.E. 6th AVENUE
DELRAY BEACH 33444
Salutes Israel on its
27th Anniversary
In Peace and Brotherhood
shock at
stated:
the action, the SCA
This constitutes an outrageous
desecration unprecedented even
in the Soviet Union. Coming in
the wake of a rash of trials of
Soviet Jewish activists it suggests
that Soviet authorities are em-
barked on a new wave of repres-
sion that is ominously reminis-
cent of the Stalinist era.
"The Synagogue Council of
America demands that this latest
outrage be repudiated by Soviet
authorities. A campaign directed
at extinguishing what little re-
ligious life has survived In that
country will trigger worldwide
reaction that will dwarf earlier
protest activities."
--------------------\
Red Sentem
By Soviet Je
NEW YORK (JTA) The
five-year exile sentence handed
down by a Moscow district court
against Mark Nashpitz and Bo-
ris Tsitlionok was denounced as
"barbaric and inhumane" by
Mrs. Inez Weissman. president
of the Union Councils for Soviet
Jewry.
Friday, At
Earned %
'Direct*
The sentence, she declared
"clearly establishes the intent
of the Soviet Union to destroy
the freedom movement of Rus-
sian Jews."
LIKE THE pbaraohs of an-
cient Egypt, the Soviet regime
will learn that the urge for free-
dom in their promised land will
not be destroyed. They may have
temporarily stilled the voice of
Mark and Boris, but their broth-
ers
Union
only
half.1
Mrs. Weissr
Coiincis ill iJ
test actions througP
try. This afternoon,
members and friend^
I.ong Island Committee'
vu t Jewry are scheduled to""
test outside the Soviet compound
at G)en Cove.
Tnmarac BBW Meeting
Tamarac Chapter 1479. B'nai
B'nth Women, was to hold a
regular meeting Thursday at
12 30 p.m. April 17th in the
Tamarac Jewish Center. 875 NW
57th St. New members are wel-
come
We Congratulate the Leaders
and People of Israel
on their 27th Anniversary
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Happy Israel Independence Day
to our Jewish Population


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Page 11
*fpaedia Judaiea Heads
fith Local Leaders
[ Lachman. ex-
Encyclopaedia
South Flor-
--.'.
*
IKK LACHMA.N
Ik to meet with
local Jewish com-
awaa .1 ompaiued
schin. ptihli M encvclopedia
led "a- the tingle
kti\e Jewish n
in the En^h-ii
luncheon
with
|unal leadership at
Hotel to dis-
|tion of a local proj-
to contribute to
ami of congre-
Bthcr phases of or-
Ish life.*' according
HDL
lia Judaiea. the
first major Jewish encyclopedia
to be published since before
World War I, was first published
in Israel in 1971. It called on the
outstanding authorities on every
Jewish topic to summarize the
world of Jewish life, knowledge
and civilization for the average
reader.
Dr. tachman. a Ph.D. gradu-
ate of the University of Leipzig,
a> one of the noted journal
in pre Hitler Germany. He end-
-rated to Palestine in 1936 where
he played an active role in the
event- which culminated in the
creation of the State of Israel.
Following Israel's establish-
ment, I>r Lachman was appoint-
ed as personal representative of
the Minister of Education and
Culture. He has had a notable
career as scholar. lecturer,
author, journalist and cultural
ambassador of the people of Is-
rael.
In the United States. Dr. Lach
man has served as executive vice
president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew I'niver-
lit) ami ai executive vice presi-
dent Of the America Israel Cul-
tural Foundation.
Dr. Lachman presently serves
a- the I consultant for
Keter Publishing House, Ency-
clopaedia Judaiea i publisher in
Jerusalem, a- i u utive editor,
he was in charge of the editorial,
administrative and financial
preparations connected with the
simultaneous publication of the
16 volume work in 1971.
\Congratulations to the
Slate of Israel
this Happy Anniversary
1ZLER FAMILY
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\ DOUT1IER EXTENDS
EST WISHES FOR A
PVCEFUL AND HAPPY
i:l independence day
Wouldn't Leave Strategic Sites
Continued from Pane 3
from Jerusalem Mar. 23.
After saying that Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat's state-
ment on reopening of the Suez
Canal in June was "a surprising
conciliatory step." and that he
was "happy" with Sadat's pledge
to extend the mandate of the
UN forces in the Sinai for three
more months. Schlesinger was
asked to comment on Kissinger's
news conference statement last
week that the I'nited States is
committed to Israel's survival.
CHUMlffOU replied that
"is an issue that would have to
be dealt with" in the "reassess-
ment" of American policy to-
wards the Middle Fast and then
he added:
"What the Secretary (Kissin-
ger* did say was survival of Is-
rael remains an objective of
American policya commitment
of American pol'cy. but the pre-
cise measure' to achieve that
objective were not specified."
Schlesin?"r was asked wheth-
er, if he were handling Israel -
strategy he would withdraw Is-
raeli forces from the Golan
Heights 01 yiel l militai > con-
trol of the West Bank without
"a complete transformation of
Arab political attitude> toward
Israelmore specifl aliy, a
guarantee or a recognition on the
part of the Arabs that Israel
has a right to survh
"1 si si'K< T if I were in the
position thai you suggest that I
would be inclined to resist withe
diav Schlesinger replied.
"On the other hand. I think that
it la necessary to recognize that
some suitable adjustments must
te made and what precisely
e a h tttmentt must be de-
pends on the judgment of the
Israeli.- as wall BS the others."
[ai iei should have
l>een "more flexible" in the sec-
ond k nil mad with t'airo
er said
he tl ought tlie fatlUN of the
lie_-
[ng a del I on Is-
eneral
si< lation in the i1 I
ainee I I n"! know the details I
am not in ;i position to assess
visibility."
COmRATVLATlOXS ... ISRAEL
on your 27th Anniversary
May Peace ever reign among
all Mankind ... In this our Prayer
e>
on the wonderful occasion of your
Glorious 27th Anniversary
Celebration
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Fridav
r. April
Hi
Ford Doubly Determined to 'Reevaluate'
m <
everyne ...
pafatttoteexi
:i endanger
"' th# United St
1
By .KbKI'll POLAKOfF
WASHINGTON-.*-. tJTAt
President Ford told Congression-
al leaders after his Palm
Springs. Calif., weekend vaea-
t <>n that the United States must
rwxamine the Middle Kast sit-
uattOfl and American poMcy to-
ward that area.
"The reexamination will look
i all aspects and all countries
is the Middle East." Presidential
;i:-ess secretary Ron Nessen ex-
plained to newsmen.
CONGRESSMEN emerged from
a meeting saying the Mideast
situation was depressing and dis-
. mraging but there was no feel-
ing that war was imminent be-
f veen Israel and Egypt.
Nessen said the reexamination
v ill be done as quickly as pos-
sible and that the President will
oversee it. He said that Ford did
nit intend to assign blame for
the rupture in Henry Kissinger's
etforts to reach an agreement
between Egypt and Israel in the
S.nai.
He added that the "President
h >pes" that ''the prospect of
war is highly unlikely."
WHILE Kissinger and Ford
hive not blamed any of the
'; uries for the failure, observers
: ited that the whole tone of the
m l\v Administration
len Mema to put Israel in
n lelensue position in regard
to its relationship with the
' nit d State*.
There is a feeling among these
observes! that the Administra-
tion will' use the breakdown to
*et mrt fts pnattfcm on a settle-
ment and put intense t're'Mture
on Israel to agiee to the Amer-
ican view.
The State Department indi-
cated that the reexamination
would include a reduction in
L'.S. aid to Israel although it
was not made clear in what
area. Presumably it would be in
n.ilitary credits.
THE IMPLICATION here is
that the Administration may in-
sist that Israel be treated less
as a favorite in the Mideast and
that the U.S. would give more
consideration to a settlement
along the lines of United Na-
tions Security Council Resolu-
tion 242 that would put Israel
back to its pre-Six-Day War
borders.
Kissinger, according to Nes-
sen. concluded that the United
States will now consider how to
further the cause of peace in-
cluding the possibilities of nego-
tiations at Geneva.
The possibility, Nessen indi-
cated, exists that Kissinger's
step-by-step approach might be
renewed. Nessen emphasized
that the talks between Egypt
and Israel are only suspended
and that both countries have the
opportunity to assess what the
next step will be.
Asked whether sales of mil]
tary equipment are involved in
the US. re. xamination. Nessen
emphasized, "Don't try to find
exception! and he repeated.
"all aspects." .Nessen &aad Kurd
was "certainly disappointed." He
also said that Kissinger told the
lemletsfcip that Hie IA8. *U con-
sider means of furthering ways
of peace, including the Geneva
conference.
DEMOCRATIC Senate Major-
ity Leader Mike Mansfield said
the Administration will ma
"reassessment" of U.S. policy in
the Mideast, "but I would hope
this temporary failure will not
become permanent and that the
gravity of the situation will be
recognized by all parties con-
cerned."
He said the reassessment is
under way. The Democratic
Senator from Montana has been
consistently cold toward Israel
during his years in office
Republican Minority Leader
Sen. Hugh Scott of Pennsyl-
vania, took exception to Mans-
field's term "reassessment." call-
ing it "a little strong" and said
"reexamination is a better
word."
MANSFIELD described the
feeling at the meeting as "de-
pressing and discouraging."
But Rep. John Rhodes Ariz i, the House Minority lead-
er, said there was no despair
and that "you could be discour-
aged without being depre
Scott emphasised unity behind
the President and Kissinger in
whi.h the other lea con-
curred. House Spanker Carl .U--
ben ID.. Okla said the unity
was
Noting that "tin Pi e ktontl
promise that he wl I ke
ASKED WfTH|:
in/ lessening ; ^
intimately and immediately ad-
vised of any IS foreten policy
earisi n ws area." &*xt <*>* sum*?*,. iu^
Sid, "Our opportunity exists as Mansfied said
always to make clear to those
differing
who miht express
opinions whicn might in turn
lead to a deterioration in the
Middle East through devisive-
nessthat we will want to dis-
courage that, that we would ask
thai Admirer ,n tf 7*
erate with both .^ntrJ,,
and arrive at deajwn
mg the Sinai They ^
close, but not ^
the result is that SecrZ,!
singer had to return
this time."
TO THE STATE OF ISRAELI
WHICH TIR\ED DREAMS
INTO REALITY...
CONGRATULATIONS OS
ITS 27th ANNIVERSARY
Brass Lantern Puli
V
2300 PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD.
WEST PALM BEACH 33401
We Congratulate the Leaden
and People of Israel
on their 27th Anniversary
MR. MICHAEL MOORE AND
WESTLAND MEATS
INCORPORATED
1400 S.W. Itt COURT
POMPANO BEACH 33060
To the People and the
STATE OF ISRAEL
Best Wishes on the
27th Anniversary

L & K HARLEY
SALES-SPECIALIZING
IIS SERVICE
601 N.E. 44th STREET
FORT LAUDERDALE 33309


April 18, 1975
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 13
IINDLIN
a ting tlie Social Security IS umbers Game
[ontlnwd from Paa;e *
he even had his slender
well coordinated and his
,te mind organized against
,e of his free will.
who was the instrument of
The school, which cripples
ul!l |ts own inadequacy, be
,ini with its own profession
omretence. stunts him with
been ;-nce to mass mediae
ind by its circulation of so-
ecuritv cards now aims to
aol him into a corps of
in'!-
CAl'SE HE was so bewil-
v reaction. 1 pursued
question just a bit further.
f^; want to make sure that
,,,i up for my retire
fitj at 65." Jacob as
that worried ab3Ut
na] welfarethe state
ting 52 years from
1 asked him as gently a=
.lid. "and then it'.-
,. of identification.'"
BI.OOD froze.
Iu know,' he said, "it's like
liMt the census."
I your birth certificate
for that?" I asked
he explained, "social,
it> numbers are computer-
and they can out their
Is or. \ ou tkjt much faster if '
need you for something."
WHAT?' I said To pay
enefits that much faster.
el age 25' Why should they
. put their hands on you' "
aid this as sarcastically aa 1
knew how"40 years before they
have to?"
We said no more about it. but
atftr my conversation -..with
Jacob. I'm more uncomfortable
than ever.
Somehow. I want to urge him
to get up and run. but I'm not
sure I would be able to recom-
mend where to.
SOMEWHERE IN northern
Cregon? Or possibly a small
coastal fishing town in Maine,
where he could start life anew
among people who mind their
oun business?
In the end. it's not a question
of money at all of the large
sums of fund* that will be taken
frc m him. but of the freedom
that will be taken from him to
choose for himself.
The social securitv number
would be his first ticket to jail.

mt Emigre
rives Here
U.S. Tour
EW YORKViktor Pol-
f the most promt-
of the "new wave" of
Jewish activists, ar-
the Upifad States
nth s visit.
and his wife, Elena.
re under the aus-
the National Ccn-
Mnriel Jewry.
i who if a physicist.
i a kev group of
' cientists in Mos-
I wh organized protests
i the right of Soviet
It I t m grate.
MAR< H. yT-i. Polaky WH ,
I in automobile ac-
Soviet officials at-
I isc against him. The
,1 wide attention
anti wlich indicated
mad* their way t<
IW<
ma attended by at-
n the I'.S and We t-
ondenta and, instead :
PtlajDB sentence. P0M
ind guilty and fined.
ill le attending Na- ;
larity Du/ events
the country beginning
New York City event.
I by the Greater New
farenea on Soviet Jew-
In Sunday. Apr. 13.
Jiat e\emng, he will appear
[the Washington Solidarity
1 ent, sponsored by the
Ish Community Council of
| '' Islington.
THE following weeks, he
aking in Philadelphia,
Loa An^elc*.
[ Hartford and Pltts-
will then leave tor a
:ada.
"CiO directly to jail. Do not pass
go. Do not collect $200," or any-
thing else.
h Somehow, I.wented to.urge him.
when he gets old enough, never
to own a credit card. Never to
borrow from a bank. Never to
buy a car newer than a Whippet
or a Jewett or a Graham-Paige
or a Terraplane if he must own
a car at all and become enmeshed
in the tyranny of state drivers
licenses and the criminality of
auto insurance premiums.
(Owning an old clunk will
keep him out of (he slimy hands
of the loan companies and their
negotiable "personality profiles")
ABOVE ALL things, own as I
little as possible, or the snoop
ers. private and public, would
surely destroy him through their
knowledge of every intimate de
tail of his life. That is what J
Hearty Congratulations
and Best Wishes to the
STATE OF ISRAEL
on it* 27th Anniversary
Ace Electric Inc.
1190 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
POMPANO BEACH 33062
We Salute
the State of Israel
on its 27th Anniversary
STROMING AIR
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INC.
SPECIALIZING IN
NEW & OLD HOMES
1401 S.W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
POMPANO BEACH 33060
wanted to tell him.
Blessed anonymity. It's gone
fled from the shadow of a cursed
najjonaI immorality that victim
izes men like once the fascists
did.
We fought a war to end all
that, and then became more
adept at it than the fascists them-
selves ever were. For the SA and
SS and OGPU and NKVD. we
have substituted a CIA and FBI.
ONCE, we said individual men
were greater than the collective
state. Now. like Ihe fascists, we
argue that in the name of the col-
lective state, individual men must
be indexed, referenced, cross-
referenced, and double-crossed.
Passing out social security ap-
plication cards to 13-year-old;- i-
the forward phalanx of the new
computerized American Jungen-
volk.
Somehow, my 13-year-old is too
sensitive, too subtle for so rapid
a transformation from human
being to computerized data.
Somewhere, there's got to be a
way of short-circuiting the night-
mare.
And at this point, all I could
urge him to do was to run if he
wanted to be free although ia
my secret heart of hearts I know
that even in Oregon, even on the
coast of Maine, there are social
securitv numbers.
And public schools to pass
them out.
TO ISRAEL
Upon the threshold of the
celebration of 27 Years of
Independence We extend
our congratulations!
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ON THEIR 27th ANNIVERSARY
.
TO THE STATE OF ISRAEL
CONGRATULATIONS
ON THIS HAPPY OCCASION
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Fridav.

Hannah Spitalnik, Rose i'lnch
WOMEN'S DIVISION AREA CHAIRMEN SET POLICIES
Twenty top leaders of the Jewish Federation's Wom-
en's Division met April 9 at the Federation office to set
policy and begin plans for the 19'5-~6 fiscal year. The
meeting was conducted by Mrs. Anita Perlman, incoming
president of the Women's Division. Pictured below are some
of those who attended.
By RABBI SAMIEL i. FOX
Wh> daea Jewish tradition
require a ritual count every
evening between the mm on it
nijrht of I'asotiier and the
Shavuoth holiday?
This count is ordered by the
Bible in the Book of Leviticus.
A number of reasons have been
offered for its purpose.
Some claim that counting the
days an two festivals indicates that the
two events are inseparable ami
indispensable to each other.
The achievement of freedom,
which was the accomplish
nf the afaudJw which is cele-
brated on Passover is not com-
ptetl and has no meaning with-
out the event of the Revelation.
which is MtotaMtd "n the
day of nrith-
out a purpose of |oa] It
significant (Chlnuch).
Some I Abiidraham claim that
the count was instituted bei i
it wai the |>eo|>le
to be in Jerusalem for l>th of
these holidays. Since the ;*
in between is only seven WSSks,
it was important to keep C
Of the days and weeks to that
the pili. who returned to
thai! bomai in between the two
would be sure to >t.i; t
out and to return in time to
Jerusalem for the second tex-
tual.
It mentioned that the
proeaai ting, the days and
weeks tones at
sire and anxiety for the !: .
tn.n of the worn of the Almighty,
just as counting the day* until
a great event.
It is further explained that
the proa the counting that i> done by an
Individual who has become im-
purifled That individual is re-
quired to count tuually sew
days until ins state of impurity
can be trsnsfonaad into d rtats
of purity.
The people i ( Israel, having
dwelt in bonda| i I-
ereii in a Mate of impurity In
order to receive the Revelation
they had to reach I
purity. Hence the count.
FOR US 40th StASON-A MILESTONE IN
Pocono Highland Caian,
Accepting Final Registry
Evelyn Gross, Edith Levine, Anita Perlman, Esther Miller
Pocono Highland Camps located
in the heart of the beautiful Po-
cono Mountains of Northeastern
Pennsylvania at Marshalls Creek.
is currently accepting new camp-
er registrations from the South
Florida community
The camp is celebrating its
40th season of outstanding service
to children under the direction
of its origna! owners. Mrs. Esrle
(J Weinherg. Louis P. Weinberg
and Dr Robert J Weinberg.
With a nationwide enrollment
of campers. Pocono Highlands has
become a popular vacation para-
d;-e for some 100 Miami children
every summer The camp phil-
osophy, "stressing a combination
of structured programs and se-
lective choices which recogn:/"
the particular interests of every
child.' has made it a favorite of
cam i'
An international staff of coun-
m affording 3 personalized
program with individual cl
Instruction and separate facilities
for boyi and girl* ha- enhancd
,amp' the
in
The camps are situated 85
mi!' i A Neu York City and
90 mi!s north of Philadelphia
Round trip jet transportation al-
lowance is included in the camp
fee
Pocono Highlands facilities, to-
taling S25 acr^s. include i spring
fed natural lake with a two mile
horclinc and white sand beach.
13 all weather illuminated red
and green tennis courts, a nine
hole coif course four indoor reg-
ulation Brunswick howling lat
nine baseball fields eight indoor
and oaMoof basketball courts and
a regulation size football and soc-
cer field
In addition a ham radio and
photography center is included
among the ramp's 14 indoor fa-
cilities.
01
Highlights of the pro J
phasize tennis w,,h a 'fN
^tractor- watersb,;^
three new sp.-edboau.il,
fessional 88 foot ski ^
ramp: Engluh and w J"l
jng on -,.,.., ^ *l
theater workshop, Kara-.
ing and rocketrv prorna.1
taught as well *'
Pocono Rithlasd Cam*,
active member of th* ,
c'mv "Undu
sociation of Private CamjJ
Camper enrollment i, u,
to 165 girl- antj 165 bow]
fixe to 17. witk waiter,}'
slor in tram,>._ nrojran,,
ab'e The rj have at
office The oreseBti
Mr- Nancy D ivit, hmji
dela. Coral G iblei The,
office is locsti : in "55Jg|
Ave Philadelphia. Pa i|
Bar Milzvi
FI MM M\Rb
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Bsl Hit
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Shabbat P iht tail
du-h S i' '''lrnuu
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The 0 FndiTi
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CANDlfliGHT'AJG T*|
7 I YAK >
Shirley Levin, Bess Freeman, Helen Soreff
Major Arab Plan Is
To Exterminate Judaism
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
The extermination of Ju-
daism in the Middle East is
"the point of departure" of
any processes for the "lib-
eration" of the Arabs, Ash-
raf Ghorbal. the Egyptian
Ambassador to the United
States, declared in an inter-
view with the editor of Mar-
char (To March), an ex-
tremist rightwing periodical
Religious
Services
POST lAUDSBOAll
TAMARAC JIWHH CENTER. t101
N W 57tti St. .
CTH ISRAEL (Timl<) 7100 W.
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CORAL SRRINOS HEBREW CON
ORECATION. Llbafal SSOi Univa*.
aity Dr. Rabbi Mai Wnti 44
rld.r owi Sabbath earvlcaa
published here.
Editor Patricio Kelly re-
ported in the interview in
the March issue that Ghor-
bal described the boost in
petroleum prices by the Arab
oil countries as partly "a
tactical weapon in the war
against Judaism."
GHORBAL described as "ir-
revocable" the Arab decision
"to put an end to J'idaism. as
our friends have already prom-
ised to do in ihe t'nited attains,
in the Soviet onion, and such as
Rega Lopez," the Argentinian
"strong-man," had "formulated"
in Argentina.
Judaism. Ghorbal said, is "the
bridgehead" of "exploiting colo-
nialism" which "roust disappear
Today, tomorrow, it wil' disap-
pear."
He also warned that it the
Western nations made a military
attempt to take over the Aral
oil fields, the Arabs would im-
plement a tasffchad i a th policy
HK SAID "j. st as Judaism
will be extermin.. > will re
destroyed all o installa-
tions" Kelly Ghorba:
whether the Aran trade is and
tiie Arab peopl, ted such
measures.
QhatbaJ repakM thai the Pal-
estine Uberati u anizatk.n
was "the rim i, j^.
Kaplans To Discus*
Jews Of So. Pacific
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women's North Rroward
tion. will hold a general nestiag
Wednesday noon at the Women's
Club of Wilton Manor. 600 NE
21st Ct
A novel program, illustrated
by slides will be presented by
Mr. and Mrs Hyman Kaplan.
world travelers They will discus-
"The Jews of the South Pacific
Australia. New Zealand. Fiji Is
lands and Tahaiti." Husbands and
friends are invited.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15-
few U.S.: Investigating the Investigators
, KOBKRT E. SEGAL
gevei Arts Syndic*!*
| you wantci to e.\-
| ..im- j:rade ichool chi!-
- all the fuss over the
> pull down tiie
r. .;, edition ot the Co-
[ li.i. and there
this aecurati Informa-
The I'ential Intel li .
t in in topendtiri burtau
lovenuntnl
:, National Security
; iii n learn further .that
placed the Office of
L, Servtcci I u^-'-lMSi.
S intelligence agen-
lent Truman set up
in report strategic
mi abroad." the F.ncyclo-
|. | int continues lunder-
f ided; and tb*n the
which seems to have
xt in the shuffle:
rn s\KE(ilABD civil lib-
i in the United States, how.
IA is denied domestic
re pawi fur operations in
United States, it must en-
d-vices of the Federal
ta i "! Investigation "
this joint in your research,
Irecenl haunting headline
* into your recollec-
CIA Admits Files on
a i.ericans."
ni visions of red wigs and
I nsitive photocopying
I that you stumbled
I the Watergate beai-
ilance again in your
,11 you explain it all
e
' a!l on one of Ten-
lutioua and .-onserva-
1 toward Baker.
(> ( t KiiWll whipped to
iluring* his months of
ervice on the Senate
charged with the
investigation. Sen
rr has a rare collector's
and piles of CIA doc-
U related to domestic.
thrown, inside America spy-
hi you wonder how that
re< with the CIA's mandate
online its investigations to
(.- haunts and intrigues
|:;enr to America's need for
t nder, too. how Richard'
t mer CIA director, rec-
te>tmiony of 1973
e Senate roreJgn Re-
I nitteei that he < >uld (
p k imesttc spying, with
' t H testimon.. that
i iiuiltiate domwtic
osed to U 8 .m
il Vietnam.
[End Of
wry Top
rab Aim
f'itiniir.i from Tuc* 14
will be fulfilled to the
boldier," including the de-
|ti'>n of everything "before
Inemy succeeds in occupying
1 :.ls."
imenting in Jerusalem on
Wervlew, Yeddiyah Been, a
Knesset member, urged
Foreign Ministry to
distribute millions of
ol the Ghorbal interview.
Ml said wide distribution
e t'.h.irbul interview u
Uenl propaganda tool
"*''> "d explain Israel's
H
I the interview would
world that, according
f"an who is one of Egyptian
F'ent Anwar Sadat's prinei-
I the Arab-sanaU
not over territories
kr the very existence of
and the Jewish people.
BORN OF the spy and so-
curity trauma that seized our
nation in the Pearl Harbor era
and taking firmer root during
the Cold War. the CIA served
America well when its activities
were confined to espionage as-
sociated exc'uilveiy with our
military neetls in this dangerious
period of nudr potential.
When ti ? cia grew into the
projection rl our mlUtarj n ight,
helping to make and break re-
gimes in Guatemala. Egypt, [ran
Cuba and Chile, the risks were
great, errors in planning and
judgment occurred, and the
camp of our enemies grew.
President Kisenhower looked
upon the CIA as the chief instru-
ment of American intervention
abroad; and how could average
citizens, lacking military intel-
ligence that poured across the
general-president's desk, effec-
tively challenge that course?
ACTUALLY, the CIA might
have continued and expanded its
services unchallenged had it not
become involved in American
domestic politicsfirst, it now
appears, at the behest of Presi-
dent Johnson and later, quite
obviously, in President Nixon's
service under cover of the al-
leged need to firm up national
security.
Now the sacrosanct spying
agency has been badly hurt by
overstepping its assignment.
Seymour Hersh's expose in
The New York Times has helped
stimulate a dozen probes. We
may never know how many mil-
lions the CIA has spent, but we
may come nearer the truth
about that ag?ncy. the FBI. and
other well-financed government-
al surveillance bodies thanks to
the $730,000 appropriated by
Congress to enable lawmakers
to dig into the records.
THE INVESTIGATION by a
congressional committee quite ribbon" unit named by Presi-
properly puts deep into the dent Ford and including hard-
clouds of doubt the1 slicR "blu#- flnerr lite Gen. Lyman Lemnit?-
er, key figure in the reactionary
American Security Council.
Now the games spy agen-
cies play will be sharply chal-
lenge.i by congressmen who
have an arousal citizenry to an-
swer to.
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STATE OF ISRAEL
and its Courageous People
on 27 Years of
Glorious Achievement
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