The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 22, 1971)-v. 3, no. 6 (Mar. 22, 1974).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Dec. 17, 1971 called also v.1, no. 4, Sept. 21, 1973 called also v.2, no. 23, and Dec. 14, 1973 called also v.2, no. 28, repeating numbering of previous issues.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Vol. 2, no. 1 omitted in numbering of issues and was not published.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statement conflict: Sept. 7, 1973 called no. 22 in masthead and no. 23 in publisher's statement; Nov. 30, 1973 called no. 27 in masthead and no. 28 in publisher's statement.

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*JewisFi Florid tin
ot YOUTH MUiOWAHD
B Number 4
December 3, 1971
Price 20 c
FOR FEDERATION'S UJA-IEF DRIVE
Weiser Appoints Four Campaign Chairmen
BWr. general chairman
of \ Bh Federation of North
1972 United Jewish
Bnd Israel Emergency
Announced the appoint-
Bir community leaders
B-ve with him as cam-
airmen.
Allan Baer, of Baer's
toward Miller, of the
Krm of Peat, Marwick
Bj; Joel Miller of the
Bliller and Squire, and
Btubin.
B will coordinate the
Hetivities of the Beach
Bn.s Division; Howard
Bork with the Builders
Bers Division, the Pro-
Bvision, and a newiy-
Bton, the Young Execu-
B>fiUer will assist the
division chairmen for two resi-
dential communities (Woodlands
and Palm Aire) and the General
Telethon, and Dr. Myron Rubin
will help the four local religious
institutions in planning individual
fund drives for the campaign.
In making these appointments,
Mr. Weiser cited the need for
greater organization in order to
adequately conduct a campaign
which would read into every home
in the Jewish community.
"The community has grown to a
point where it is no longer pos-
sible for a small group of dedicat-
ed men contact every one in the
community," said Mr. Weiser.
"We now have to organize our-
selves into task forces that will
concentrate in specific areas and
make maximum utilization of our
limited corps of workers."
"Speaking of workers ... we
need many more than we've ever
had in the past. We would cer-
tainly welcome the support of
anyone who has had previous
campaign experience or who is in-
terested in helping his community
in meeting its responsibility to
provide for needy Jews every-
where. I'm sure that among the
many retired persons who have
moved here recently, there are
those who worked for the annual
federation campaigns and the
United Jewish Appeal in other
cities."
"Anyone who is interested in
helping us is urged to call the
Federation office and leave his or
her name; we'll contact them
about working in the campaign."
Senate Votes Israel Aid
Middle East Crisis Heightens,
Histadrut Leader Says Here
may resume in the
Bk without Egyptian
Bnwar Sadat order-
Bal firing, the head of
BV Israel told a meet-
Bter Miami's top Jew-
Kip last week.
Bay have gotten him-
Btox by his statements
Bis inevitable, even
is far more logical
Bar was. And with
Brk Family Court
Bcob T. Zukerman
Beted president of
Bh Labor Commit-
t its recent biennial
Bon. Judge Zuker-
Ctt, |iaident of the Jew-
B Forward Associ-
Bnd radio station
and former presi-
B the Workmen's
Baucceeds Charles
Barman, vice presi-
I the International
Garment Workers'
AFLCIO in the
post
1,200 guns facing Israeli posi-
tions from Egyptian emplace-
ments on the Suez Canal, the
temptation to open fire could be
too much for the enemy," Yitz-
hak B e n-A h a r o n, secretary-
general of Histadrut, said.
Mr. Ben-Aharon, who was in
Miami Beach to address the na-
tional convention of the AFL-
CIO, conferred with key offi-
cials of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
State of Israel Bonds, the Is-
rael Histadrut Campaign,
American Friends of the He-
brew University and other Is-
raeli-oriented organizations in
South Florida.
Among those taking part in
the informal discussions were
James Albert, chairman of Is-
rael Bonds; Harry A. Levy,
American Friends president;
Dr. Leon Kronish, associate
chairman of the CJA-IEF; Sam-
uel Feinstein and Moe Levin,
president and chairman of His-
tadrut here.
Israeli Premier Golda Meir
will confer with President Rich-
ard Nixon In Washington next
week and address the national
United Jewish Appeal confer-
ence in New York Dec. 11. She
decided to replace Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan for the
visit to the United States fol-
lowing Sadat's ominous state-
ments last week, Mr. Ben-Aha-
ron said.
"Israel has been severely
shocked by the sudden realiza-
tion that some 60 to 70 thous-
and families are living in com-
parative poverty in Israel," the
Histadrut leader reported.
"Many of them are from our
North African immigrants of
recent years, but by and large
the Sephardic Jews have been
absorbed by the Israeli economy
in one of the greatest success
stories in the history of the
Jewish people."
A member of the Knesset and
former Minister of Transporta-
tion and Communications in the
Israeli cabinet, Mr. Ben-Aharon
lauded American labor for its
continued support of Israel on
both the economic and political
fronts.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson. (D-
Wash.) who is an active con-
tender for his party's 1972 pres-
idential nomination, was to have
shared the platform with Mr.
Ben-Aharon Tuesday. Instead,
the Senator remained in Wash-
ington to guide the passage of
an amendment which would
provide Israel with an addition-
al $500 million in aid from the
United States, including sub-
stantial funds for the purchase
of additional Phantom jets.
Wednesday morning, an Afri-
can delegation was greeted at
Tel Aviv Airport by Mrs. Meir,
President Zalman Shazar and
Foreign Minister Abba Eban.
The African delegation flew in
from Cairo in the second round
of efforts to renew peace talks
in the Middle East in the face
of the accelerating crisis. The
Africans and top Israelis went
directly to Jerusalem for secret
discussions.
Dean Rush Addresses
Educators' Conference
Some 4.500 educators from the
11-state Southern region met in
Miami Beach this week in the 76th
annual convention of the Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools. More than 9,000 accred-
ited and affiliated institutions were
represented.
Headquarters for the meeting
were the Deauville and Carillon
hotels. Speakers included for-
mer Secretary of State Dean Rusk.
ALLAH BABK
OK. MR0H RUBtH
HOWARD MILLtR
JOfLMHlOt
News Briefs
WASHINGTON (WNS) Two Jews Robert Solomon, 50,
of Bethesda, Md., an economist and advisor to the Federal Reserve
System's board of governors, and Samuel M. Conn, 56, of Falls
Church, Va., an assistant director for Budget Review, Office of
Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President
were among the six career civil servants to receive the $10,000
Rockefeller Public Service Awards for 1971. The awards, estab-
lished by John D. Rockefeller III in 1960, are administered by
Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and In-
ternational Affairs. They are the highest privately sustained honors
for career servants.
TEL AVIV (JTA) The long ordeal for Mikhail Kalik is
over. The leading Soviet Jewish movie director, who first applied
for an exit visa in December. 1970, was welcomed here Nov. 17.
In 1952 Kalik, who was then 21 years old. was arrested for his
"Jewish and pro-Israel sentiments." and sentenced to 10 years at
hard labor. Stalin's death cut short his stay and he was released
after serving four years. He recently returned medals in protest
against emigration barriers. Arriving on the same plane was Dr.
Yuri Nudelman. a well-known Soviet surgeon, and his family,
who reported that he and his family were subjected to abuse from
Soviet authorities after they had applied for emigration to Israel.
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Mayor Samuel W. Yorty pro-
claimed Nov. 15-Dec. 15 "Martyrs Memorial Month." He asked the
entire community to support the Jewish Federation-Council in its
plans to memorialize the six million Jews who died in the holocaust
by building a memorial-archives-library complex on the ground of
the Federation.


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Friday. December 3, 197]
June Roth, A Dynamic
Author Of Cookbooks
Sisterhood Holds
Antique Show-Sale
By SEYMOUR B. HUMAN
The Oral antique show am. sale
sponsored by the Sisterhood ol I
Temple Emanu-El, will feature un-
learned that JWlsh mother's rare-' usuai antiques from both local,
|y impart their recipes to their I an-j Northern dealers.
If June Roth's adage that a cook: daughters-in-law because "as long! -phc CVpnt will he heln in the;
Ik a.- good as her recipes is true, j ^ a mother keapi her recipes a. auditorium of Temple Emanu-El. 1
she must be a good cook. The au- j secret, her children continue com-1 3045 Weti Orkland" Park Blvd.. I
thor of the excellent 'Lets HavelinK nome for a meal." The old-if-t Laudrrdale, Tuesday d
a Brunch Cookbook" 1 Simon &> r.ishi.m.Hl mother never kept meas-i Wednesday, from 11 am to 10
SehuBter, So.95) is a charming' uremonts ^^ if shc was pressed ;|)m and Thursday. Dec 9. from
woman, a happy wife with a con-ito demonstrate her recipe, she, n ani t0 t; I)m.
tented husband, the proud mother, wou]tj manage to send the watcher
of a son attending law school and out ().- tho kitchen for a moment on
married daughter, and a beam-|some ingredient secretly, June re-
big grandmother. She and her hus- sorn,, pretext so that she could add
band. Fred, were hero to visit n,i"j ports,
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Spie-1
wak of Hollywood when I inter- In addition to passing her per-
v- wed her. nal taste t sts. all her recipes ^^^ ^
Srttn^a;X"SC^^:r Mr* Kenneth SfcUco! ,->-
&*. '^2*? in- tion. Above a... they ,nust a I
tended for people who want to; gourmet quality. Althoughishe UM
-he does not
American Jewish Leaders
To Hold Policy Meeting
Among the variety of antiques
featured will be Oriental obj -
china, art. glass, jewelry, lamps,
furniture, silver and ru
The Sisterhood food bar will]
be serving such home-made dk lica-
cies as stuffed cabbage and potato
Mrs. Ralph Gross and Mrs
Geronemus are cochairmen fa
pn -sent elegant, but easy, brunches, convenience foods.
She tests m;my recipes before she, favor the use of frozen fancy vege- ev..... _________
inakos her selections for irx'I^^ .
in saw volume and believes that! P* differential between them K0$her Meat, Poultry And
*.! and .th, home-prepay product. ^j^^ ^j,^
tag for good new recij.es and are I As to prepared meats, "let the
buyer beware, she says, deckir- Fort Lauderdale will
ing that quality control begins welcome the opening of Larrj -
with the local butcher. Kosher Butcher Shop at 6790 NW
...... 57th St.. Minimal! Village Inn
June Roth, through her books. Tan.al.1(
M\v YORK 1JTA) The
top leaders Of American Jewty
gathered in Washington
.h nek for a national poucj
meeting to determine the future
m mow of the
new threat of in.mediate ua.
between Egypt and Israel and
the euiie.it US state Depart*
men) policies vhi. rage
anti-Israel ext-etnlati in Arab
countries.
The meeting, Meaftaj :,l
Taeaday, waa called by the
Conferenee ol Preafdeafa '
Major Ansattaai i>i,ii Oiajanl-
/ations and will ha Ih-W at the
international h\nl<|Unrten. of
B'aaJ Brith.
the P.-.-idents"
abbi Israel Miller
and Jacob stein acting cochatr-
men. declared: Resident ^a-
dat'i threat ol war witii is...el
highlights the pro"ns
and va illations ol the state De-
partment, especially in halting
shipment of vital aircraft to b,
rael.
"They are |MB| aid aai ,*
fort to Israel's tssamlw by ti
tmliration that th> nelitarj- and
IMilitieal ha la ix e has U,. jj^
auainst Israel." the iUo .JeM!s)l
leiiileni deehtml.
The two tpaki n acrus^
I the State Departmenl of M.
; couraging an fatten
!'iessive attitude In
triad, thus weakenin
poets for |-
Chonukoh Social Evening
Sponsored By Men's Club
A Chanuk.ih social
be held at H iy<. 14
in Temple Shoiom Pon Bud
Martin Kertz,
Men's Club, hai !
Cantor Ern
preaesM -The Storj of
in music, song and :
Chanukah I
served. Got Btl an
making a hobby of collecting cook-
books.
Cooking," she Stated, "is a cre-
ative ait form. But the old concept
of a woman standing all day over I contributes to happy eating. Her
a hot stove is long gone Modern
conveniences in the kitchen, freez-
ers, packaged and frozen foods per-
mit a woman to develop her cul-
inary talents and yet function in
next Ixxik. already completed, if for
men and women who live alone.
Mr. and Mrs. Club Plans
ail the role* required of the fe- Cruise On 'Jungle Queen'
male in our modern society.''
mal
F* tag the author of cookbooks
ometinu-s stimulates both un-
%' art and amusing events. One
of the latter kind involved a bel-
ligerent and irate phone call to
her h.*me in New Jersey. The caller
1- .ted her fcr her cheese cake
recipe which, she said, was treatly
Inferior to that of her mother
June
th
Larry Schwartz, the own
prated butcher -hops In \ 1 v rk
City for 30 years. He will specialize
in all cuts of kosher meat
poultry and kosher deltcatcs
The shop will be open Mon laj
through Thursdays fro to
i) p.m.. Friday until sun* I
The newly-formed "Mr. and
Mrs. Ciub." a group of married Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El members be- j ,___________________________
tween the ages of 21 and 40. will M j M M Hirshflian
participate in a dinner cruise
aboard the -jungle Queen" Sat- 'Nite In Israel' Honorees
urday, Dec. 11. Osca. Sindell and Jem SI
man are cochairmen <>f A N'iti
by th I
Bond Organization, which will be
me explained to the lady that 'moimauon legaraing mis cruise., \j,,na,, at j t, m In Tan
-re over 2.003 cheese cake|* e!l as details on membership ^-~
This is the first In a series o'
monthly social events. Additional: ,n l
t-^':\x^. btit. like those for gefulte
l':>h. "your mothers is always the
h..-!' However, the temptation to
charge or modify the recipe often
teauMs in thrtupiilnlriiml not at-
tributable to the author, she point-
>d out.
Mrs. Roth'a previous book. "How
to Cok Like a Jewish Mother"
and future club activities may be Sholom- Pnmpano B>arh.
cbtained from Vic Spellberg. 8641
NW 20th Ct.. Ft. Lauderdale. or
by contacting the temple office.
Dr. Blank Reviews QB VII'
The Sisterhood of Temple Sho-
lom will present Dr. William Har-
ISimor. Schuster. S.^95. follows vo> HIank ^ *e meeting of the
book discussion group in the Reli-
dous school building Tuesday. Dec.
14. beginning at noon, according
to an announcement made by Mrs.
Jerome Soowal, president. Dr.
Blank will review "QB VII." by
Leon Uris. Dessert will !> set
th- pligioas dietary taw*. Here]
0 finds the author"s ininutable
at if -iking ciK-kV>>ks inter-
esting and entertaining even for i
the She Ir4 napaiaaa her rec-
ipe! ': : that makes
;
p nal. She c ills this book her
It opens'
1 of th..- I. i-i, m i
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ly, December 3, 1971
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Page 3
A Chanukah Lathe Feast
|io knows for sure when and
the custom of I.,-iikos for
pukah began but it's now
st aa much a part of the
^hje,nighyj ^ightiBg yi,
Meflorah.
fiat kind of latkes? Potato, of
ge, served with refreshini,'
sauce. And even if the latkes
a little time and effort to
re, the apple sauce doesn't!
F< n a jar from Mott'i and
piave a delicious apple sauce.
noin a I lend of apples to
the best flavor, all ready t<>
jis year offer tl i fan Hy some-
thing new after they've had their
->* ol |...iat.. latkes tender,
delicately-flavored cottage cheese
pancakes with apple sauce IN
I|t4iem as well a$ pN^therp, They're
auick to make, nutritious, and
loss work than peeling and g"at-
ing all those potatoes,
Use a handy 25-ounte jai of
Mott's Apple Sauce, when you
make the pancakes about half
| in the batter, the rest as a top-
ping. And even after Chanukah.
you'll enjoy making these pan-
cakes for brunch or as a special
dessert.
roward District Of ZOA
[o Hold First Open Meeting
he first ope" meeting of the
is !, .-..j. hel I by the Broward
In, i .r the Zionisl l trganiza-
,1 America Thursday. Dec. 2,
p.m., according to Sam J.
ry. i-ievidcni ol the district.
meeting will take place at
Uple Sinai's Ilaber-Karp Hall,
Johnson St., Hollywood.
ol the highlights of the
meeting will be a first hand ,
Bit mi the Middle East from
Jrian, author and lecturer.
Itoui B, Liehmnn.
Liebman, who is considered
.1 the Souths foremosl au-,
H'ies ..n Middle Eastern af-
ha- lectured at the Hebrew
mm sin Uerusalem>. Brandeis,
,i ia <.nl. the University ol
lico He has taught m the Uni-
ty ol the Americas, Florida
iiiii, Universitj and Jews Col-
ol London, ami is currentl>
uring ,:i the Universitj ol Mi-
School ol Education,
llr. Liebman. who has received
iiits lor research from the Me-
latton oi Jewish Cul-
The American Philosophical
Kety, and the Henry E. Hunt-
on Library, the i>k critic
I he Jewish Floridian and also
IxN.ks for the Miami
raid.
past president of the South-
Region of the Zionist Organi-
|i, M .hi of the South Florida
I Co incil and a member <>t"
lu York and Florida Bar-. Mr I
i also a member <>f the
Jiona Board of American Pro-
tsors tor Peace in the Middle
I and of the American Histori-
Aea ., lation. as well as the
kerican Jewish Historical So-
ty An inspiring and inlorma-
lecturer, he will discuss "The
ibliriK Revolution in Israel."
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
Her of Temple Sinai, and a past
psi.lent of the Southeast Region
A. wil! discuss the program of
Zionist Organization for the
rmiiK year. Rabbi Shapiro is a
member of the National Executive
Committee of the ZOA and has
been cited by the national organ-
ization tor his outstanding efforts
on behalf of the Scholarship Fund
of the Kfar Silver Agricultural
High School maintained by the
ZOA in Ashkelon, Israel.
A special entertaining musical
progrom of Israeli, Yiddish, and
cantorial selections has been ar-
ranged by Cantor Yehudah Heil-
braun, of Temple Sinai. Refresh-
ments and a social hour will fol-
low the program which is open to
the public. Assisting Mr. Perry on
the arrangements are David Har-
ris. Hyman Robrlich, Morris Kris-
tal. and Peter P.luesten.
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'cottage C1IKESK PANCAKES
1 cup (' lb.) small-curd
cottage cheese
2 eggs
1 jar (25 o/.i MottVApple
Sauce
1 tablcs|)oon sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
'_ teaspoon salt
1 cup I lour
% teaspoon baKing soda
Oil foi living
Combine cottage cheese and
eggs and beat until well mixed.
Stir in 1!2 cups apple sauce,
lUgar, cinnamon and salt. Add
Hour and baking soda, mixing
well. Heat oil in a large skillet.
I'se about 2 tablespoons of batter
lor each pancake and cook each
side until golden. Serve with r^st
ol apple sauce. Makes about 20
small pancakes.
I'OTATO LATKES
4 large potatoes, peeled
1 medium onion
2 eggs, slightiy beaten
1 teaspoon salt
"s teaspoon pepper
3 tahles|ioons flour (approx.)
Oil for frying
1 jar (15 oz. > Mott's Apple
Sauce
Coarsely grate potatoes into a
; mixing bowl; drain off excess
' liquid. Grate onion into bowl; add
eggs, salt anil pepper. Stir in just
1 enough Hour so that batter holds
together. Heat about 14 inch oil
in a large skillet and drop in po-
tato mixture by tablespoons. Fry
pancakes brown and crisp on both
sides. Serve with apple same.
>lakes 1 to 6 servings.
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Friday, December 3, 1971
Number 4
15 KESLEV 5732
Strength The Only Deterrent
There is a tendency, based on the record, to discount
much of the Arab fighting rhetoric. The almost-daily threats
to resume the war with Israel finds most of the world
shrugging them off as just more empty talk.
But the Israelis are fully aware that the buildup of
Egyptian arms continues and that American intelligence,
which has not shown too great skill in the past, indicates
a greater Soviet presence that lends more credence man
ever to Sadat's growing belligerence. Granting the obvi-
ous: that the arms race in the Middle East will not bring
about a peaceful settlement, it is obvious that the balance
of military power is now threatened as never before by
the U.S. government's refusal to provide more planes for
Israel at this time.
Until Sadat is ready to accept the fact that peace can
be made only between the contending nations and not by
arrangement with the Great Powers, the only deterrent to
another dangerous adventure by Egypt and its Arab al-
lies is an Israeli army and air force known to be strong
enough to keep thern at bay. It is becoming clearer than
ever that the failure to speed up plane delivery on the part
of Washington plays an ever greater role in maintaining
the cease-fire in the Middle East
Action Was Commendable
At a time when there is much lay questioning of the
role of ministers and rabbis in raising issues of social con-
science, the action of the United Synagogue of America in
strengthening the status of the pulpit is a commendable
one. In addition to the historic freedom of the rabbi, the
Conservative movement at its latest convention has given
him the sole right to determine who shall be guest speakers
at worship services.
It was especially the younger delegates who carried
the debate on this question, insisting that Jewish religion
and tradition made it imperative that the rabbis speak out
on the relevant social issues of the day. To do this without
being controversal at times is impossible and to have
inhibited the freedom of the pulpit because of this would
have been a gross misconception of the place of religion
in our lives.
Women's Role To Be Studied "
As an interesting sidelight to its support of the proposed
Equal Rights Amendment, the American Jewish Congress
plans to undertake a study of the role of women in Jewish
law and tradition. In Israel, and among Orthodox Jews in
America, in particular, the assigned role of women, es-
pecially as it involves marriage and divorce, has created
many problems. The question Congress is raising is
whether or not what was considered "enlightened" hun-
dreds and even thousands of years ago is adequate to
the needs of Jewish life today.
An Acceptable Compromise
Apparently in response to pressure from American
Jewish groups and members of Congress, the Voice of
America has decided to broadcast a special program
twice a week aimed specifically at the three million Jews
in the Soviet Union.
The decision represents a compromise which appears
to be acceptable. The Jewish groups had asked for Yid-
dish-language broadcasts while the officials of the Voice
of America argued that only some 15% of the Soviet Jews
spoke Yiddish and the programs would lose their effective-
ness. The broadcasts will be in Russian but the subjects
will be of specific Jewish content
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOf
WASHINGTON Under the
sheltering aegis of the Soviet
Union, it appears that the saint-
ly Indira Gandhi will probably
lead India into war with Pak-
istan. Kicking a man when he
is down is of course a moral
duty, if your love of peace, your
well-publicized spirituality and
your practical personal interests
all favor a swift boot to the j
groin.
This is the real essence of
what is happening in the Indian
subcontinent. As will be seen, it ,
is of great strategic interest. But
before examining the realities of
the situation, it is first of all
necessary to clear away the
funguslike growth of twaddle
that any Indian event inevitably
generates in this country.
NO DOUBT the Pakistanis
have been very wicked and hard-
hearted in fact, downright
unethical and lousy not to
wish to surrender one-half of
their national territory to the
insurgents of East Pakistan. One
only wonders why the same
Americans who now feel so
strongly about this, all managed
to look the other way so hap-
pily when the Soviets decided
that the wretched Czechoslovaks
could be permitted the smallest
measure of honorable freedom.
Rightly or wrongly, at any
rates, the Pakistanis have re-
fused, so far. to surrender East
Pakistan. The government of
India, led by Mrs. Gandhi, has
long been actively financing and
arming the Bangla Desh insur-
gents.
QUITE largely because the
government of India has been do-
ing everything to aid the insur-
gency, great numbers of refu-
gees have been generated by the
fighting in East Pakistan.
So the government of India
more specifically. Mrs. Gandhi
to President Nixon now
claims that the refugees them-
selves are a kind of casus belli..
Logically and morally, it is an
interesting claim. But what is
more interesting is the result-
ing practical situation.
IN ARMS, in numbers, in ev-
erything except fighting spirit,
the Pakistani army has always
been inferior to the Indian army.
Furthermore the Pakistani army
is now divided. Nearly half is
now fighting the insurgency in
East Pakistan, with what is left
defending the true Pakistani
power base in West Pakistan.
The resulting military oppor-
tunity for the Indians is, quite
simply, to kick the Pakistanis
when they are exposed to a sharp
boot to the groin. It is just here,
moreover, that the Soviets have
entered the picture. In public
in Delhi, they have been preach-
ing peace and restraint
WHAT THE Soviets have said
in private to Indira Gandhi, no
one knows. They have had
plenty of opportunity to whisper
in that virtuous ear, since high-
level Soviet missions have been
continuously succeeding each
other in New Delhi.
Soviet arms have also been
pouring into India on a very
big scale. Finally, the Soviets
have signed a treaty with Mrs.
Gandhi and her Indians that
gives a crucial but tacit guar-
antee against the Chinese Com-
munists.
THE INDIANS hate the Pak-
istanis. They are desperately
afraid of the Chinese, who are
allied with the Pakistanis. A
few years ago, the Indians would
never have dared to attack the
Pakistanis for fear of prompt
and drvasting Chinese interven-
tion. But that was before the
huge Soviet military buildup on
the Chinese frontier.
The Chinese, in turn, deeply
fear that the Soviet frontier
buildup may mean their own
nuclear castration. Thus they
cannot threaten the Soviets new
Indian clients without giving the
Kremlin the ideal pretext for
an attack.
SO THEY have not moved a
muscle or a battalion.
Indira Gandhi, meanwhile, has
been dining out with
around the world
on her own Tove of peaceSL
the Indian deployments fw*|
attack on Pakistan began (*., I
Centtoued on Pag, 4,
o e
As.
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK "O. wert thou in the cold blast- the Rob*
Burns line runs. The Cannikin test was a hot underground bias
on a cold northern island, but reaching all the way up to tb*
Supreme Court it showed a crack in the court's voting linm
wider than the fissures opened up on the roadway at Amchitla
It was the cultural tensions which reached to the court m.
sions over the continuing weapons race and over the environ.
ment. The big question was: Do we want atomic weapons haitf
enough to risk the environment for them?
That wasn't the legal form: It was the social question behind
the legal one. The legal one was whether the Atomic Energj
Commission (AEC) had cut corners on a congressional act a
failing to make public the memoranda on possible environmental
damage from Cannikin. It was a narrow question, and the court
divided four to three in refusing to order a delay. I'nsurprisinglj
the four moderate conservatives voted together as did the thm
liberals.
AS IT HAPPENED, the blast took place without the end-of.
th> -environment sequel which its opponents had feared Then
were no earthquakes, tidal waves, or catastrophic radiation.
Tlie AEC people may now fold their tents and lease Arr.ohitka a
But not without some absurdities. The AEC 'haintac,
James Schlesinger. had to bring his wife and two da Ightenti
the bleak island as hostages, to >how how minimal the dangtt
was. Imagine the turmoil of the feminists at this display of
female subjection to male chauvinism. And think of the disray
of the Zero Population Growth group at the revelation that the
Schlesingera have eight children which compound- h;s threat
to the environment.
Yet some questions remain. Granted that Cannikin didst
spell the end of the environment, and granted that an o?m
society surrounds these blasts tolerably with due process of
law as the Russians do not we still have no reason to be
smug. Underground nuclear tests are better than at noephsfc
but no testa are best. If the question of on-sit. ectfcal
keeping the nuclear powers from a total test ban agra
it need no longer. American technology, as a st :> by Sea
Edmund Muslae shows, can now detect pretty much all under-
ground tests. Let's stop the absurdities of further testi as wl
as of family hostages.
" DURING THE CANNIKIN fight the Senate Ji* eiary Com-
mittee had one of the two new Nixon court appoin.cs on the
grill and the other ready for it. If both are confirmed, the four
to three court division on the Cannikin test (Burger. Stewart
White. Blackmun as against Douglas, Brerman. Mai shall) nl
turn into a longer-range six to three division on crucial ens.
barring occasional defections from one or the other camp.
Actually, Levvis Powell and William Rehnquist are not two a*
a kind. There is a gap between them, not so much on jodal
views as on judicial temperament. Rehnquist parried the Kemwdr
Bayh questions skillfully, pleading a lawyer-client r.-latke
the President and Attorney General, refusing to prejudge is**
he might have to vote on later and promising that his nsa
concern would be to transcend his personal views I trust be
will, as Holmes, Frankfurter, Jackson and Harian did But tbej
didn't start with the kind of Ideological hard-line that Rd*
qulst does. Where Powell, however conservative his own sot*
views, has shown a judicial temperament, Rehnquist has not
THE TWO MEN HIGHLIGHT the difference between r*
groups of conservatives. One is Powell's the real concervaO"
Establishment, with respectability and perhaps wealth <*
time, a little like the British and French minor land-ownrt
aristocracy. The other is Rehnqnast's the upward-mobile
not upstart) ideological right, sharp-cutting, at once more *
tense and more erratic than the Eatablisfcrnent.
Barry Goldwater, whose protege Rehnquist is, was caJj
between the two groupa in the 1968 presidential campaign
together they boxed him in. cutting Mm off Jrom political m j
ties, letting Lyndon Johnson romp in as victor tffc Gold*
decided he woukt rather be purist than President. But Rehr
would rather be Supreme Court Justice than purist.
Nixon doesn't belong to either group, but he is wjMJ"
use both and wants to join them in wedlock. He also wants
add a third, in a kind of triad his own group of H*3
ter pragmatista. Intent on holding on to power. wilHng toW
liberal jaunt to China If It will help him hold on. By l**r|
maneuver he will now have a Nixon court. His four a****
nd nominees reflect ail three groups Burger and
for the flexible centrist. Powell for the conservative -
mem, Rehnquist for the ideological right OouM -enythin*
conservative lawyer-Presadent heeeier?
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December 3, 1971
-Jewish nark/ton
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A
JOANNE HILLER
December Talks Slated
For Premier, President
FUNNY THING happened on the way to the temple ... and
Dlumn is the result of that! WELCOME to the first "telling."
4JOY, ENJOY! .(as HARRY GOLDEN would say) .
Emanu-EJ Sisterhood's first annual antique show and sale,
and 9 Sisterhood members are great gourmet cooks so,
ss or nosh and take along some extra gelt for those unusual
HI
)N'T ASK ... NO, DON'T ASK JUDY (MRS. JOSEPH)
about her beautiful daughter, Barbara. Miss Hillel of 1970.
VZEL TOV! ... to HARRIETTE and IRWIN FINE who will
chairmen for the National Home Furnishings Representatives'
Station when they convene at Disney World, June 6. 7 and 8, 1972
CAROLYN (MRS. ERNEST) GUTMAN. president of National
dl of Jewish Women, and to MILDRED (MRS. RHEM) MET-
C, Sun Dial Auxiliary who were among 41 local women who
[nominated in the tough competition for the Ft. Lauderdale News
jinan of the Year Congratulations to two very outstanding
LGAIN MAZEL TOV! ... to PHYLLIS and BOB DAVIDOFF
Ifemlly, newcomers to Pompano Beach since September, from
s, L.I. Owners of a Carvel Ice Cream Store in the Pompano
Center ... say "hello" to them and treat yourself to that
jus ice cream. Try it you'll like it!
IOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... our "hearty" good
to SARA and ALEXANDER SCHNEIDER in their new resi-
at 4250 Gait Ocean Dr. RUBIE (MRS. SOL) LEVY is a neigh-
4250 who's good-neighbor attitude sparkles even on the tele-
^. Thank you, Rubie, for being so helpful.
IE DEVIL'S TRIANGLE everyone's talking about that
ling TV documentary recently. It was produced by Ft. Lauder-
tinematographer Richard Winer.
tAVFS ABOUT WAVS B'nai B'rith Lodge 1438, in coopera-
rith radio station WAVS, presented a question and answer pro-
concerning many vital issues. From the response of those
it, it was well worth attending. Congratulations to GILBERT
INGER, B'nai B'rith president, and to B'nai B'rith member,
)N SHERMAN, president and general manager of WAVS.
fHOME IS WHERE MY BOOK IS," said Harry Lesser, the
character in Bernard Malamud's book, "The Tenants." CLAIRE
ARTHUR) ABRAMS gave a fine review of the book for the
?le Emanu-El Sisterhood. The newly-published 'The Shattered
(The Eli Cohen Affair), a biography by Aldouby and Bal-
is another book Claire recommends. November was National
Book Month. Unofficially, every month is Jewish Book Month,
ceniber 13 is the first day of Chanukah. Happy Chanukah and
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WASHINGTON (JTA) Is-
raeli spokesmen have confirmed
that Premier Golda Meir. win
meet with President Nixon ana
Secretary of State William r.
Rogers this month to discuss
the general position of Israel In
the tense Middle East
The Soviet Union is expected"
to raise the Middle East issue
in the summit conference be-
tween Mr. Nixon and Soviet
leaders in Moscow next May,
and in light of recent develop-
ments, including Egyptian Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat's threats to
engage in war, Israeli authori-
ties consider it essential that an
exchange of views take place on
the highest level.
Even if no Immediate decl-
cisions are made by the U.S.
government, Israel most have
an opportunity to communicate
Its political and security require-
ments to President Nixon, and
such a meeting is important to
Iavaol even if Mrs. Meir cornea
back "empty-handed," observers
said.
The main purpose of the visit
is not to obtain additional F-4
Phantom jets nor to participate
in the General Assembly debate
on the Middle East, the sources
stated, ~
While It is doubtful that the
shooting will resume before the
end of the year, some observers
believed it likely that the Egyp-
tians would inaugurate limited
warfare in the near future for ,
political purposesto convince
the United States to pressure
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'crvice*
A member of Presidont Nixon's Cabinet, the author of a
best-seHing book about Israel, and an advisor to the execu-
te ofiicers of Michigan University, together v/ith the top
echelon of American Jewish Committee officers presented
heir views en the state of the world, the nation and the
Jewish community here end abroad, when AJC's National
Executive Council, the organization's policy-making body,
-:et in Boston recently. Pictured above are (top line,
left to right.: Philip E. Hoffmen, AJC president; Elliot L.
-ichardson, U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Wel-
.re; May M. Fisher, chairman of the National Executive
Council; (bottom line, left to rights Elmer L. Winter, chair-
man, AJC's board of trustees; Amos Elon, author of "The
Israelis," "Founders and Sons," and Dean William Haber,
rrofesscr of economics and advisor to the executive officers
cf the University of Michigan, former dean of its College of
Literature, Science and the Arts.
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Bv RITH SIRKIS
b turkey can be easier than you think. By putting
the bird Into a hoi oven rather than a slow one, roasting time
is c il almost in halt and the results are supreme. Stuffing the
turkey with home made stuffing will give it a familiar Jewish
tasted Our stuffing makes use of the giblets, regular bread, and
basic seasonings. Combined, they make all the difference. The
whole rou.-ted brown turkey is most appropriate for a festive
meal to be Mten leisurely.
SUTFFKI) ROASTKI) Tl'RKEY
Cm whole turkey 8-10 pounds.
Two oiiiio s margsrJDS
Two teaspoons s;i!i
One-quarter teaspoon jx'pper
Pre-heat the oven to 450 degrees fahrenheit. Rub the bird
with Mil and peeper on the skin ami in the cavity. Stuff with
the giblet stuffing and sew or skewer the opening. Place it on
Its back on a large aluminum foil. Brush with melted margarine.
Fold the aluminum to cover the bird. Fold the two ends up so the
iuic will not run out. Place in shallow open roasting pan.
Put the turkey in the oven and roast at 430 degrees 1
hour and 45 minutes Ojien up the aluminum and fold it down so
the turki \ will brown. Brown for about ,'!0 minutes or enough
to your liking, basting occasionally with the drippings.
Remove to a serving platter and let rest for 20 minutes
I* fort carving. Garnish the platter with parsley.
Put all the pan juices into a medium saucepan and boil
down the amount to a half. This wilt make a delicious and easy
SUC8-. Serve it warm in a sauce-boat.
Stuffing 4 tbls oil
2 sgga
The turkey giblets Vt cup bouillon
4 slices toasted bread ': tsp. salt
] onion Dash pepper
Chop and fry onion in oil in a skillet. Cut up the giblets
into very small pieces. (If you arc using liver, broil it before).
Frv the giblets together with the onions for ten minutes, stirring
occasionally. Cut the toasted bread into small cubes and put in-
to a bowl. Add the fried onion and giblets together with the
juices that have accumulated in the skillet. Add the bouillon,
salt and pepper. Mix well and stuff the bird.
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Continued froir Poe 4
Mr-. Gandhi left India.
it DOBS not seem accidental,
either, that her return to New
l>, iiii has i- lineW d with the be-
ginning Ol the dry season in
northern India. The is. in fact, the fighting season
Indira Gandhi will have to
pay a price to the Soviets ol
course. On a miniature
one must expect the Soviet- to
gain in Indie a position some-
what comparable to what they
have in Egyi t.
ABOVE ALL, the Soviet- t
v surely gel naval ai
bases on the Indian Ocean.
Re |j tii : Ij this maj -
worth it to Mrs. Gandhi The
internal mess in India is
lv The country may b.....
behind hi II she kicks hi i
neighbor sin In the
groin. A- a Soviet client, In
fact, she may have better
chane.' o! survival than she
would otherwise have. But let
us not prate and pray about
what she is up i"
Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL I. FOX
\\\\\ is it forbidden to leave
a Holy Book like h Bible. Tal-
mud, etc., open .mil walk avvuv
from It?
In the Hebrew tradition, the
Holy literature is a "living" litera-
ture. The Torah is nol only n
it speaks to individuals Tin- i-
because the Torah is the living
word of God
When one studies Torah he i.-
Iactually communicating with God
|and continuing the communication
| which Moses be (an at Sinai. There-
fore, leaving a Holy book open
when not studying or reading it. Is
insulting it or Insulting Its author,
the Almighty.
Some authorities iaj that it is
forbidden to do this because when
the open l>ook is left unattended
some impure or unclean object may
fall on it and spoil it. Some com-
mentaries fe.g., Tai in the ShuJ-
I chan Aruchi explain that there Is
| a damegiM-.; Angel who stands
; guard aver the pages of the Torah
j When a person leaves a Holy Iwok
I open and unattended, this Angel
' wreaks vemjence and makes the
parson forget his learning.
One should, therefore, always
I close the book when he goes away
| from it to prevent absent mil
nest
Why are ltl prayer books and
other llulv hook- buried when
they we already beyond use be-
cause of the wear and tear ..I
. Sjssf
Whatever is Holy or what,
represents holiness, may never be
-implv thrown away and discarded.
It mint be buried with ait ntlon
and concern, otherwise one would
be InauUiag the message and
thereby the source of the
I the Holy (trie .
Therefore the remains ol a hu
being is burie
son represent r
Almighty and simplj dh
1 corp-e i- Insulting the Alml
i created that corpse in His
own image. Most communities I
the remslns of Holy book- next
1 some revered scholar.
t-
Chanukah: Feast Of Light
K.t'.l.l Or. Aklva Brilliant
Temple Beth l-r;"-1
miracle of fhe oil. The Tab
evaluation of the Chanuki
acle is a demonstrator, ofoi
' In the practice of Judaism light ,he Xm&Xk ideas ((f j^.^ *|
occupies a central place. In the | js expressed in th(. ^^ *
synagogues a perpetual lamp, prophet Zscnariab
the Ner Pomid. mjKht. nor by powei but hi
burns before S!1j,.jt .i.e. light!
the Holy Ark Heats."
which contains
the scroll of the The entire hist
Torah The Nei
Tomid serve- SI
a constant re-
minder ol Is-
rael's mlstlna
1,, be c o me a
hi unto "ic
ins"
t >n the eve ,,[
t h e Ssbbath
the Jewish woman inaugurate!
tn,. observance oi the day <>i rest Wt, ran .|jn ,( i|iv, .^^
by a benediction over the Sabbath ,ns, of chanuka|
candles. At the end of the Sabbath W(, ,.,inV,.m,,lall.
day, the Jew blesses the candles ,, ., Btatenwnt com
during the Havdalah i ind .,,.., rat>i.it.i source. w>
thanks God for the creation of l(|lj Qmn ^
light taboos defeated the Greeks
On fesUve occasions and al ,e-:<"<"' <>; -
5 convocations, lights arc lit there elghtj
as symbols of joy and happln. S^TJST
In hours of b ent.a ImpN them. The
i, ut in memory ol the the '" ** :"'< ''"""" u
departed, symbolizing our baliel in Th(. ntccabees l
the Immortality >! the soul. In
fact
Rabbi Brilliant
thebr
is a manifestation
domitat'le strength
from his bsliel In
>nce "i the spii Itual
b i ial. ot right ovei :ii>;ht i
Hannuna eminent
teacher, reaffirms :
lief in th<
when he proclaims in
"Lord, may it be 1
US on the sJdl
Iron pears impli
ract the Bil le begins with God's ,I|(M ,,.,,,.,,,' ,
ion n! light, as it is written freedom and Ubertj
An i Let there be lot.
there was light' "
Chanukah is ih
Lights Ii derives it- name
. ol the oil. After the
viciun ol the small army ol the
Maccabees over the powerful
legions oi King Antiochus Epiph-
anes, the Mac ca bean wsrrisn en-
tered the Holy Temple which had
been defiled i>> the pagan soldiers
ihe Maccabees' first concern was
the rekindling of the Eternal
Light in the sanctuary. They
searched for pure oil to feed the
natic gesl
reiterated thi
Feast ol '''''nv' ": '"'' '"
fl,ini through aggress
tone but to --' unepss
and persistent
values
The Maccabees
trated that thej
eiplcs of Isaiah the i'iophe> i
envisaged IntSTnational i*m
follows And ihej
then swords ini
and their sp-.i rs ini
hooks; nation shall not
sword against nation
lamp and came u|Min a small
ciu/e bearing the seal of the Hfcgh shall they learn vv any
it The cruse, however, cm j(! rha,,Mkah ,
tamed harelv enouuh ..il to last for I
even QDS d,t\. but a mini Ifl 01 -
CUrred and it lasted for eight days.
In telling the Chanukah story,
the Talmud mentions onlj briefly
the militarj victorj ot the Mac-
cabees; instead it spotlights the
with pride, light the Chan
kindles and. BS is
place the menoral; il
for all to see Let th<
lights proclaim to
ol liberty jus!
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* Jewish Meridian
Page 7
AI Takes Delivery Of
and 747-B Jumbo Jet
Hoi Cohen, Kl Al's vice
for North and Central
announced that the car-
delivery of its second
the Boeing plant in
Wash, last week and the
i as flown non-stop from
Te! Aviva total of
]es.
in raft will operate on
[New York-Tel Aviv seiv-
the coming winter holi-
n. Plans for summer in-
r,sin_; two 707's to be
jy II Al cabin [>ersonnel
El Al livery.
end Of the present rtec-
U will acquire additions
fleet, either two more
; 707's or both types, Mr,
^ported.
?r to meet the pressing
ditional hotel space in
1 Al will erect five 4-5
lory hotels -two in Tel
a total of 900 rooms
lission Gets
for Support
IviV Moshe Rivlin, Di-
Seneral of the Jewish
told a JOO-mcmber I'JA
pssion here, "There was
rase where we could
a Jew and didn't be-
the lack of money, and I
on't ever hapi>en."
Din; the determination of
Israel and throughout the
biing out Jews from
id other countries of dis-
cvsts, Mr. Rivlin called
Lmerican Jewish commun-
trs to "continue and in-
fl.'ir aid in the rescue
of the Jewish People."
pig on the problem of
Jin Israeli he said, "Wo
afford to tell young boyi
lare one when it comes to
(tit the canal, but we are
you go back home
K is a gap, and there is
place foi you to live."
rvlin pointed out that 90r;
>s money is allocated for
needs, lie explained that
support in the area of
humanitarian responsi-
List be achieved or essen-
p-.uns for Immigrants may
cut drastically.
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Kut are plans include an extension
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Mr. Cohen declared that revenue1
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million compared to S93 million
last year, and that Kl Al will con-
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Friday. December 3,
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REG. 6.00
10 assorted die cast metal cars and trucks
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