The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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

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

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 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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Jewiislli Florid tin
of XORTH HROWARO
Number 8
February 11, 1972
Price 20 c
ies Pledge $25,000 In Initial Gifts
At Champagne Luncheon
I By Women's Division
They came to an elegant chum-
heon these 52 women,
wnmitted to doing their
by ghflg '" '*'as' a ''ollar a
lelp their fellow Jews.
lid tht. Teat deal
Od the result was over
ledged to the Jewish Fed-
^^^pth
fewish Campai
^Bily eight women in
^B Ravo $. ".>." or more.
2 ladies in the Ini-
ivisioii r\|'c t tu double
hber during the month
^^Hry on the
nation ;iven to them
^y the speak, r.
. champagne hour.
fcr. presi lenl of the
^Hion.
ladies to the initial Gifts
David A r
chain: Allan
Mrs.^Brth'ir Mrs.
iroid Berns, M > Brod/ki,
lwik Brtxi/ki, Mr. Jose| h
ier, Mrs. A r Faber, Mrs.
e Fisher. Mrs Milton >
1, Mrs. Martin Fridovich. Mrs.
| Sidney Frieder. Mrs. Hlanche
Frieldlander, Mrs. Albert Garnitz,
' ami Mrs. Hugh Gliekstein.
Also Mrs. Samuel Goldfarb, In-
itial Gifts Division chairman
Mrs. Alvin Gross. Mrs. Fannie
Hillman, Mrs. Edward Hyman,
Mrs. Irving Karlin, Mrs. Milton
Keiner, Mrs. Henry Legum, Mrs.
Benjamin Lehrman, Mrs. Jack
Levine, Mrs Jacob Lutz and Mrs.
Sonia Mathieson.
Also Mrs. Fred Lichtman, Mrs.
Jax Meyer, Mrs. Donald Mitchell
i Women's Division Campaign
Chairman), Mrs. Mollie Morrell,
Mrs. Berte New nan. Mis. Julia
Odwak, Mrs. Hyman Reiter, Mrs.
Abe Shankerman, Mis. Ge
Scheer, Mrs, Al Shugar, Mrs. Kona
Simon. Mrs. Jack Solomon. Mrs.
iel Sorel and Mrs. Janice
Stands.
Also Mrs. Herbert Stern, Mrs.
Albert Tarrson, Mrs \i Weiner,
Mrs Robert Weinstock, Mis. Mar-
tin Yohalem. Mrs Alan /.lflcr and
Mrs. Albert Zifferblatt.
Mrs. Henry Legum gave the
invocation; during luncheon, the
ladies chatted and listened to
piano music. After dessert (cham-
pagne sherbet) the waiters were
dismissed from the private din-
ing room, for this was to be a
frank talk to Jewish women about
Jewish needs.
Mrs. Alvin Gross, whose hus-
band had sent long-stemmed red
roses to each of those present, in-
troduced the guest shaker. Dr.
Alien Plotkin, noted Israeli lee-]
turcr and former Israeli Defense
; Forces officer, who is currently
engaged in a research program
: in the United States.
During Dr. Plotkin's presenta-
tion, the room was quiet enough
for the proverbial pin-dropping.
He outlined the historical prece-
dents for the current crisis in im-
migration and the necessity for
all the world's Jews to help in this
massive program to bring some
70,000 newcomers to Israel this
year while still attempting to in-
tegrate the hundreds of thousands
who have come during the past
less' years.
While the ladies were signing
their pledge cards. Dr. Plotkin
answered the questions which
were raised. When the pledge
cards were collected and tallied,
it became apparent that each had
voted in favor of doubling or tripl-
ing her gift in order to keep pace
with this year's enormous needs!
The ladies had done something
much more Important than dining
only at Eduardo's: They had
established a new precedent in
then- levels Of giving, a precedent
which will be a source of pride as
well as an example for others
Ing the remaining weeks of
the Federation campaign.
Dayaii To Confer With
Top I .S. Officials
JERUSALEM JT A De-
Mlrrtster M onfer With top American
als during hie vi t > the United
States on behalf of the L'nited
lewish Appeal.
Gen. Dayan met Mondiv with
Defense Secrets r> Melvin Laird,
retary of State William P.
Rogers and Assistant Secretary
Df State for N< \
fairs, Joseph J
asclosed.
Informed Mttn > said, how
*ver that he w.uti not dis-
* aay apestfV matters sixh
8 am sang as deliberation
tatters art- continuing
BUroial diplomatic
Israeli Ambassador Yitzhak
*abin met with Mr Si-oi in
vVashington for a half Ivor last
Monday morntag The meeting
was held at Rabin s request, and
State Department spokesman
Charles Bray said afterwards
that the paasibility of an inter-
an agreement to reopen the Suez
"anal was eascuss.-*! But he
'ould not say "one way or the
Jther" if any progress was made.
The newspaper "Maarlv" n1-
>erted last wek that complete
tgraeinent has be-n reached be-
ween Israel and the United
Itates on the supply of Phan-
om jeta to Israel including a
silvery tisntAable uisfactory
a Israel. Foreign Ministry of-
dals refused to confirm the
eport when questioned by the
TA. They said ;otiations over
irious subjects presently in
progress, do not include the sup-
ply of Phantoms
111 l.oinliiii. (it'll. II.inn Rarlev,
former chief of staff ol Israel's
armeii forces, said the United
States shift*-*! from its virtual
halt of anus deliveries tO Israel
anil once again is Israelis chief
supplier of weapons la quantity
and quality.
A dressing a dinner in his
honor, Gen Baric, said the Shift
came about when the United
States realized after two years
that It could not coerce Israel
into accepting the R igers plan
for a Mid-east settlement by
threat, rung to withhold arms.
According to the general the
atmosphere for a Mideast peace
settlement was never better,
although the danger of a new
has not been removed. He
udd the Soviet Union, which had
encouraged Egypt to take mili-
tary action three years ago, is
now trying to ,M,la" KWPl b**
but may not succeed.
Most Arab Terrorists Who
Fled Jordan Were Released
TEL AVIV (JTA1 Almost
all the Arab terrorists who fled
from .Ionian alter the Jordan-
ian Army cracked down on them
last September have been re-
leased from [srai U prisons, and
many of them are holding jobs
m Israeli territory.
A total of 108 Arab terrorists
themselves up to Israeli
a after crossing the Jordan
River during Amman's on-
slaught l ''' were sub-
sequently released
Dr. Arieh Plotkin, guest speaker at the Initial
Gifts Luncheon of the JFNB Women's Divi-
sion, chats with honorary chairmen Mrs.
Henry Legum and Mrs Samuel Goldfurb,
(left) and initial gifts chairman Mrs. Alvin
Gross, prior to the champagne luncheon
held at Eduardo's Restaurant last week.
Louisiana Solon
Accused Of Racism
S|ecial to the Florldian
NEW YORK Rep. John R.
Rarick of Louisiana, cited by the
Anti-Defamation League of H'nai
B'rith in November as "a Con-
isional mouthpiece" for right-
wing extremists, has since then
"inserted some 25 pages of anti- i
Jewish and anti-ADL harangues
int.i the Congressional Record, ac-
cording to Arnold Forster, general
counsel of the League.
Rep. Rarick's response to API.'.-
documented report, Mr. Fo:
"is further proof Of the aCCU-
racj ol the League's findin
Tlie League had charged the
Congressman with bringing to the
floor of the House and to the Con-
gressional Record "blatant white
racism and a stark brand of anti-
Semitism unheard in Congress for
many years."
The ADL report said that Rep
Rarick's insertions in the Record
' total hundreds of i>ages and have
cost American taxpayers thou-
sands of dollars."
Noting that Rep. Rarick's new
Insertions also were published at
taxpayers' expense, Mr. Forster
said that they Include "page after
page of direct quotations from an
anti-Jewish propaganda diatribe
published years ago by the late
Jack Tenny, a well-known Call
fornia anti-Semite" and former
state senator.
Mr. Forster said that Rarick
"not only fails to deny any of the
tie's charges, but uses the
tame type of articles and speeches
in his defense that the League
based Its original charges upon."
Study Shows Black Muslim
o/
Movement Is More Menacing
PALM BEACH, Fla. (JTA)
The Black Muslim move-
ment, whose publication emits
a "constant drumbeat of inflam-
matory anti-Zionisni. anti-Israel
and anti-Semitic propaganda,"
is potentially more menacing to
Jews today than when it first
to public attc ntion a de-
cade ago because of Muslims
"are a significant source of anti-
Semitic infection in the Black
community." Philip K. Hoffman,
president of the American Jew-
ish Committee, whose Board of
ernors held a special i
ing here reported.
A re|>ort compiled by Milton
Kllerin. director of the Commit-
tee's Trends Analysis Division,
discloses that the Black Muslims
have made deep inroads into the
Black ghettos in this country'
Their publication. Muhammad
Speaks, has a sworn paid cir-
culation of 329,930; they have
mosques located in every large
American city; their weekly
radio broadcasts are carried
over 70 radtr stations in 60
cities; and consists of a "vast
empire" whose physical assets
"are valued in excess of $20
million." the report adds.
The Muslim's newspaper, the
analysts point out indulges In
anti-Semitism and persistently
lisplays hostility towards Israel.
In addition to anti-Israel fea-
tures and distorted news items.
Nazi-like stereotypes of Jews
frequnetly appear in the publi-
cation.
The report also indicates that
there are instances where the
Muslims follow the Communist
Party line, and concludes that
"it is uncontroverted that tne
Nation ol Islan I in 1
gh< ttos ol Amerii a, is a signifi-
. can! force in Black Amerl
The autocratic discipline Im-
posed on its members, their un-
questioning acceptance of Mus-
lim dogma as enunciated by
Elijah Muhammad i the 75-year-
old self-proclaimed Messenger
of Allah i through the widely-
circulated Muhammad Speaks,
gives the movement impact far
beyond their nunrjers,"
First West Bonk Elections
Since 1963 Scheduled May 2
JERUSALEM 'JTA' The
first West Bank municipal elec-
in nine yt in will '
in 14 towns OH May 2, It was
announced last week The bal-
iotnu: will be conducted accord-
ing to Jordanian law and v
be supervised bj representatives
of the Inter.or Ministry.
The elections are intended to
-e incumbents whose terms
veral years ago. Th.
last elections on the West Bank


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Friday. February \i \$
Masada Lodge Presenting
Evening With Sen. Jackson
Maaada Lodge. B'naJ Rrith. will .record on the State ol Israel has
n An Evening WitncSen. wgn him national acclaim from
Henry* M. JaefcsoiV iU,S:3l> j>.in.^ ganisation in the United States.
has an txtrerael) close personal
relationship with key Israeli of-
licials He met with Prime Mini--
ter Golds Meir during the second
da) "i her recent visit '" he
United suites.
The fourth-term Washington
Democrat has spoken <>n behalf
ol Soviet Jewry. He and the late
President John F. Kennedy, then
a fellow senator, co-authored le-
gislation to make it easier for re-
fugees from Ifld-Eaat nations to
enter the United States.
When he was first elected to
Congress, in 1938. at the at;e ol
28, his district contained only nine
Jewish families. While Israel was
still a dream, in 1944, Senator
. -kaon stated if I can forward
iiii' work of malting a Jewish
homeland come true, you can
i ml on my earnest efforts in
SIN. wmm m. JACKSOX his "*! humanitarian cause."
Tickets for the event may be
ale. The event will in- btained from Dr Marvin Blum,
dinner and dam Henry Serin, president of
Set Son Jackson, whosi e has announ
(Sisterhood Zeroes
In Ota Detergenli
Dr Kerry Steward. Want Phy-
siologist foi the US Department
of Agriculture, will moderate a
panel discussion entitled. "The.
Effects oi Detergenun* the Pofc
lution Problem' sponsored oj the
Sisterhood of Temph Sholom.
Pompano Beach Tuesdaj noon.
Panelists in such outstanding
authorities as Frank K
regional engine i Florids De-
partment "i Pollution Control;
Norman Tuckett, directot ol En-
vironmental Engineering, Brow-
ard Countj Health Department;
Mfaadrow W. Smith pollution
contn>l officer, Broward Count)
Pollution Control Hoard. Prof.
Vincent Ssurtno of the Depart-
ment of Microbiology, Florida At-
lantic University, and Dr. Keith
A. Booman. technical directoi ol
the Soap and Detergent Asso
lion
Mrs Howard Silverstein. pro-
m ihaii man. who repoi ted that
some ;<> civk and church gn
w ill Ik- presi ..' d all Inte-
rested persons to atti
j- n -ion chai.
Tempi* Sholom Art Auction
An Art Auction arranged by
National AH Auction Gallery for
Temple Sholom. Pompano neach.
nil] take place at S-.10 Pm Sal
urdB) in the Palm Aire CountTJ
Club Original oMs, wataeeelefB,
At Palm Aire Countrv ru|
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.us artists .re included ", J
olhvtlon. n ,*
A 7:30 p.m. preview hamMfc
part) will precede ihe
fhe public u invited to u*
attenl
lirman Irwin Weiser, right shows latest ra-
te Ralph Roihmur. left Edwin Kodish. and Ira B
ner meeting at Pompano State Tar::
..eek for the Jewish Federation of Nortli B:
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Iday, February 11, 1972
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JOANNE HILLER
COMING READY OR NOT
IKBRIARV SI nBNI is briRhtoi in Fort Laudordalc ... in
\\. t he sun shines bright*! hire.
HKRK'K AN I MSIAL COMBINATION of weekly celebratons:
v 6-12. National Electrical Week;that was stamped on an rave-
Mill by Cousin Naomi"' Feb. 6-12 National Children's Dental
^alth Week, i It came to our attention that DR. EDWARD S
VCHT. as a member of the Broward County Dental Society, will be
rakinc third evade elapses in the west Broward public schools'.
|b 6-13, Negro History Week, followed by Feb. 20-27, Brotherhood
k Both listed in the Memo and Date Book, an annual publication ,
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith distributed in Fort
|uderdale for many years by the B'nai B'rith Women iChapter .'i451
the Bnai B'rith I^xige 14:W. with PAUL EPSTEIN deserving
i'. i.il i.-cognition for his dedicated unselfish years of ADL work!
DO YOr KNOW WHO SAID IT? Prejudice is a raft to which
shipwriK-ked mind paddles to safety."
WHEN PEOPLK ARE CONCERNED they do things! The newly
nied Rrandeis University National Women's Committee of For*
mderdate and Pompeno Beach is the result of that. GLORIA (MRS.
ISOLD > ABBOTT. TP3RRI (MRS. ALLAN' BAER. RUTH (MRS
U.I'H) GROSS AND HERMINE (MRS. ROBERT! HOFFMAN
Itll the help of many others) have scheduled a Petite Luncheon for
ii i m Tuesday, Feb 19 at Terri's home.
Go ah.Mil and set involved because Brandeis University, lo-1
ltd in Waltham, Mast,, is the first nonsectarian university in the
' n Hemisphere sponsored by Jews and because the large scholar-
n igram draws students iron-, everywhere in the world.
Founded Ii 1948, Brandeis University Is named for Justice Louis
\ n American lawyer and | irist, he became well known
: for econon illtleal justice, fightii
ii num wages and shorter hours for working *#omenl
. iurt
I Unil Stall from I91fi to 1939 I Jenati
ii ted I .....p S iurt.
D ,' Je Ish Lif<
i ity an a ition of the value ol Ion .
. o hard work They are qua i
.-,-i bj m -i Jews who have- attained distinction or other su
in..n. the) maj properlj be called Jewish qualities For they
^ t come l ac ident; thej were devi loped by thn
11 years ol civilization; through our religion and spiritual life:
uugh our traditions; and through the social and political condit ons
r which oui ancestors lived They are, In short, the producl of
lavish life."
WSWKR TO "WHO WA1D IT'": BEN HECHT,
IfAZKL TOV! to BETTV and JOSEPH SCHAGRIN on the
rthcoming mi.....ge ol then son RON and JANE CHEROF and
the soon-to-be newlyweds, mavel 'ox also! When the wedding ring
.- on the ringer, that's i Jewish custom thai date- back to the Bth
nturj A.D
,. times, rings had .. signel or seal Such a rin
\h symbolized but actually transferred authority. For that reason
ii took off his rinc and handed It to Joseph, saying, You shall
over my house and according to you. word shall all my people he
I l
The signel .me handed to a wife implies that she, too shan
iponsibilitiei as an equal partner in the home, Th circular shape
es the lasting quality of the contract.
\M> M \/n. TOV! ... to FRED JACOBY who was congratulated
. the National Boy Seoul Council for his 50 years of service to **
, M, Jacoby is also a member of the district
[nmittee and the South F -uncil Boj Scout, of America and
Florida Conservation Board, ,
IGAIN M v/ki. TOV! ... to BEA and TED E1SEN and their son,,
kFFREY on the occasion ol his Bar Mitzvah a double MAZEL
bV! to KENNETH ANDREW DECKER and his mother MRS
IDREY DECKER not only on the o Mi J"
,. ,.. awardl | bowling; the Bantam AILEvents Award or
toward Count) and the first place Singh's Trophy fo. B.
lunty,
miakim. OF THOPHDES I '' .,' '"
.ANCHE KRAMER, executiv,.....Cretan **
Beach -he ta one ol the most helpful
.. and that's a mighty fine temple bulletin she puts o
kakrv miUI Is Brotherhood and Sisterhood Week, I
RMALOM. ____-
Larrv Kins To Be
a- v_
Breakfast Guest
Larry King, of WTVJ-Ch. 4's
' News Week-end" will be the
guest sneaker at a breakfast spon-
sored by the
Men's Club of
Temple Sholom. i
Pompano Beach,
Sunday at 9:30
a.m.
As a televi-
sion host for the
national syndi-
cated program
"Profile." Larry
King has inter-
terviewed key
figures in all
walks of Ameri- ;
i .in life. His radio show is broad-
east over the Armed Forces Ra- |
dlo Network; his daily newspaper
column appears in The Miami I
Herald.
Mr. King, who received the
"Man of the Year" award from I
the City of Hope in 1967, and j
the Ralph deValares Medal of the |
National Leukemia Society the
same year, was acclaimed as the i
' Outstanding Young Man of the i
Year" by the North Miami Junior j
Chamber of Commerce in 1968.
Mat tin Kurtz will preside at the
Men's Club breakfast.
Sisterhood Sponsoring Torah Fund Luncheon
The Torah Fund Luncheon spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of Temple
Sholom, I'ompano Beach, will be
Mrs. Herbert Grcenblatt will en-
tertain with a dramatic present >-
lion. There will also be a cere-
held at noon Tuesday, Feb. 22. in | menial signing ol the Parchment
the sanctuary, according to Mrs. Scroll for the Benefactors and
Edward Topaz, chairman of the | presentation oi the Chai-Ko'ach
event. '' ertifieates. I
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WASHINGTON In a state-
ment to the Senate Finance Com-
mittee, Congressman Claude Pep-
per iD-Fla.i said, "the Medicare
System should be expanded to pay
most of the prescription drug costs
ill the nation's senior citizens. He
urged that H.R. l. the Welfare
Reform Bill, be amended to Include
payment of prescription drug hills
over v ; scription.
He also ex| resse l Ihe hopi I
, ongress will acl this year on
ition to prevent runaway
e from "falling Irrevo-
cably into Ihe ( xploitation and
radatlon ol the drug culture "
hep. Pepper, chairman of the
House Select Committee on
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Volume 1
Friday, February 11, 1972
Number 8
26 SHEVAT 732
The Issue Won't Just Disappear
By arbitrarily declaring the controversial resolution on
aliyah unconstitutional, the World Zionist Organization
Executive has soothed a lot of ruffled feelings and pre-
vented a possibly disastrous split. But that doesn't mean
that the issue will disappear; on the contrary the pros-
pects of it growing are great.
There is little guestion that the new generation of
Israelis, in particular the native-born, are impatient with
those Zionist leaders elsewhere who delay emigrating to
Israel. The resolution, which caused the Hadassah ladies
to walk from the 28th World Congress, was inspired and
introduced by the young delegates from Mapam and
Labor and. as the old-timers pass on, the militancy of the
youth will be reflected more and more in relations with the
diaspora leaders.
One can understand the resentment of the tough, young
Israeli builders toward the "outsiders" who seem to have
so much to say about their nation without actually partici-
pating in its day-to-day struggles. Yet they must learn to
understand, as well, that Israel is unigue among the na-
tions and that those of us in galut have just as great a
stake, if of a different dimension, in the success of those
strugqles for survival of the Jewish people wherever they
may live.
Young And Old Desire Peace
There is a temptation to let the Israelis call the Egyp
tian students' bluff by giving them the wur they're dem
onstrating for in Cairo. They have not proved themselves
as militant in battle as thev are on the streets.
But If there is inconsistency and little logic in the de-
mands for vengeance, there is also the understandable
frustration brought on by Anwar Sadat's constant call for
a showdown with Israel before the end of 1971. That he
was bluffing in typical Egyptian style was apparent to
the world and it may be a hopeful sign in the long run
that the students, like students everywhere, are fed up
with the credibility gap between people and theii govern-
ment leaders.
The fact that the students were shouting old slogans
about no compromise with Israel should not deter the
latest efforts on the part of the Israelis in seeking an end to
the guarter-century of war and crisis in the Middle East.
Young and old alike, in Israel and the Arab countries, have
a great desire for peace. It must not be neglected.
JDL Opens Door For Militants
If. indeed, the Jewish Defense League was responsible
for the latest bombing atrocity in New York then any re-
maining illusion is shattered that these terrorists represent
good in Jewish life or do anything but harm the cause of
Soviet Jewry. The support that was evidenced here for
Rabbi Meir Kahane is only further proof of the sickness in
our society that supports violence selectively without rec-
ognizing that in doing so we become our own victims.
Unsettled, of course, is the exact degree of responsibil-
ity in the death of a young woman through bombing or
the shooting into the Soviet mission several months ago,
but the violent nature of JDL rhetoric could be leading rome
of its young supporters into paths that even Kahane wruld
not support. It opens the door and provides cover for ether
militant anti-Communist groups who would not hesitate
to use violence on Jews, either. And, ultimately, it could
deprive thousands of Jews the opportunity to leave the
Soviet Union.
Unless, and until], the Jewish Defense League ends its
program of violence whether in deed or only in word__
it deserves no support from the Jewish community.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON Jack And-
ublication of a number
,,: White Houw document* wai
a brilliant journalistic coup. But
in the outcome, the publication
of these fragments of the story
haa led to almost univ.
really gross esentation
of the true White House role
in the war between India and
Pakistan.
To begin with, the White
House had no effective role un-
ry late, indeed until much
too late in the day. Under 'he
p ., tngementa now
vailing in the government, the
istern division of the
Department ii not
jeCt to the same clo-e super-
that the White House I K>
- in all other poll"
An I II
to the Middle Eastern division.
VEST EARLY in th
t shortly after tl
>f the rebellion in
Pakistan last year
Nixon was warned that the prob-
was then urged to handle the
pro nself, but he ded I
-o.
if State WU
:. in ind the depart-
mei "
head I b) a--* >
si h Sis

cou usual Interdepart-
mei tings inclu
Wr te

In the n
WHAT I ill \
very II
Jo:
the P
This In
turn In
n p licj
A i 1 into
thi \ :i
in the
Anders I
the
Wh '
.
with sh -
rew i. that shi
leer
nt o:' all
includin Wesl Pakistan
THE REVELATION I k the
t a complaint by Mi
in
the Brll

:i hot!
Pushtunistan." This means the
enti area nov '.'.' |
Pak .
tnd Tibet and I
fore, through Tibet, Pakil
common frontier \wth Commun-
ist China.
This strong hint by M
dhi was not all the White H
:
1 on positive authority that
eminent had
Inti n-
the I
West :
nt the
Gandhi n
\ STATEMENT ol uncertainty
by CIA Din ctor Richard H
en

It can furthi
'hat
ilie "conclusive pro
tion was actually ol tain*
the (
On December 9, with Indian
troupg :? Qr
Kissing!? was therefore dip
by th, President to ask th.
dian ambassador. I., k Jha for
assurances that India did not
mean to follow up the conquest
ol Bast Pakistan by a major of-
Weat Pakistan. On
December 13, Jha officially re-
plied that his government could
offer no such assurances
which was hardly su. prising.
IN THE meantime, however.
the President had personally in-
ned, on the very highest
level and in the strongest terms.
with Mrs Gandhi's patrons and
in the Kremlin. The
Kremlin had to choose between a
very Ugly showdown with Preat-
**!
dent Nixon or telling Mi, ,
dhi to stop her arrv i.
tracks. '"' *|
As Pre-idenf \ ,... yl
plainly Indlcat
interview with I
foreign minister Y,
netsov. was hurridjy atsM
Now Delhi on Dec 12 His ail
sion was, In Iey .
Gandhi not to atta k \vtl
istan after all Th. *- t^'
cause of Mrs (',.
tion of a general ceas^f*
Dec. 16.
/\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NKW YORK, N Y Presidential enndi lal ~Jnni|
ium but in tandem Theii fates are tied 1 Tiaf
nts in the prvsidor;-i.i -yJ
Nixoi and Ifuskie's as his p:-^>ableo>|
ther WIk n Nixon 1 -i prffln
heal .... .. iifgg, ., | ,,._. .
hour of Rut with Ni\ Sj
around the
f to pick up outside i
;. ;
You learn In politic!
ntent but ten in a Si
and mas
un hi* guns or. 1971
I ij
'.
LIBERALS UUE rill TTV I rfHAFTI
' : I
er to follow, no flutti |
both C > I
1964 then was G them i
, .. |
thej
i:; no OB
M tor Burns ha- w
Sense Bail
ago we
to Uve n !**l
volume bit
i

' the I
.:il
THE TALK vt \ aboit the them of I
that will return
lin it" Jim is tl v
t. Oro .: fcn't ash '
'' th ih His )HK,k asks us to
up our mindlnas "con
v hi nd-beal I It is I
ka us to turn the Democrats ii i
i let the Ri
:.e FV R.'i
to translate it into :
tutions work.
saea what heal
LUght Uw has
other parents and t-
urnace and had the dross bu
of the hook half
v | .. | m | \. Here m
r-.ni the u
c*"l
an !
i party, the tl
trai iforming our Inattttitt
Ml OWN BrAaVrON] I'OINT, 1
for a heroic leader a
tfam I start wttll
* human
L the need <
hip nr.<\ pro-ram we can. I start __/JI
: to a plan I
turn] utnee.
To live in such a time, and steer the M ,
white I .. from basng d
"reroic ta socially possible. With how much pragmatism, how
cipte, toward what manner of country? That
another piece.


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A Dream Demands Struggle
He spent 10 years in jail in a land of oppression.
His crime? He wanted to live with his people-the people of Israel.
Once released from prison, he again applied for a visa to Israel. This time it was granted.
He is onlv one of 50 000 immigrants who have sacrificed and struggled to get to Israel this year. Two-thirds of them are d.stressed
ne S y immigrants. Most are destitute. The price of a dream is h.gh.
The oeoole of Israel are paying a high price to preserve their dream. They are the most heavily taxed people m the world:
nearly 80% of their hard-earned tax revenue goes to defense. The price of their dream drams their resources.
They cannot help the immigrants.
That is our job- our traditional job of saving lives. It is a promise Jews have kept through centuries of persecution. The immigrants and all the
I nat IS our jod. our ^ ^ ^^ ^^ kgpj jhg promJse by sacri(icing almost everything.
e h,u4 4UB niwen their lives They are an inspiration to us. and to Jews around the world. But we must match their determination.
Some have ***mmL receive the proper care and training so that they may become self-sufficient. We must build the
We mus, ,nsu e ^ ^ ^^ We must gran, 6.000 university scholarships. We must provide for the sick and aged.
ia,uuu no y ^ ^^ ^^ we musj keep Jhe promise by he|pjng ease ,neir struggle for ex:stence,
-by helping them to achieve the quality of life they have so justly earned.
keep the promise
GIVE TO THE ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
NOW BEING CONDUCTED BY THE
JEWISH FEDERATION OF NORTH BROWARD
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Rabb> Akiva Br.ll.ant. Cantor Mau-
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Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. AB-
rinii. Cantor Jerome Klement. *
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM fTempte). 1S2 SE 11th Ave.
K.
What Are We Doing?
KABBI ARTIIl'R ABRAMS
Ti-mple EmBU-KI
Recently I .-,. ,ini^
year old oo ,n "
So many of us are
WVWWWtAfWWWWWWWimWW*
The way I figure, it takes about six weeks to prepare for a live-
day trip. Loafer, if you count the time \ou spend looking for a woman
to take can of the kids at home
A Btivalt nurse you don't need for a son, 12, and a daughter, 15.
But mntltuilj th -saichel' you gotta have So that she can Interpret
th* 17 pagvs ol instructions you think up.
Everything us life ani death information. Like dates of garbage,
tun. the milkman laundrv man and the repair man :
ceOBOtfc Did you ever go away without your washing machine breaking
newn the day before?
And you have to tell the woman about the dog. This is the ha-dest
!>art because your dog thinks hes a i>eople especially when it comes
to walking on the new cariet without wiping his feet first 'even
though you warned him the carpet has to stay nice at least til]
November and the Bar Mitzvahi.
Then there is the telephone list. Naming neighbors who can be
called on in time of crisis ilike if a carpool replacement doesn't show)
And the doctor, i Better make that plural because if your neighbor's {
kid sets sick and his parents can"t be reached, then the woman has i
to be able to reach the neighbors' doctors tool.
The same uoes for dentists, the drugstore, electrician, plumber,
veterinarian, odd-repairs man. insurance agent, lawyer and the rabbi.
I Save this list for future reference.)
See how well organize.! a gal can be!
Er, ah. yea. It's also a good Idea to leave the phone and iddreai <>:
where you'll be staying.
I: you haw time to worry, remember: the hot water tank could
act up. Or at least the belt on the furnace And conceivably the woman
< I the flu. I know :
monumental ta-k. Not only for cloth.> I It takes
it you're going on a trip "bock home'' i
- ituff 'cause nobody else looks or core*
i five lay trip about ibould do it
V si :: eat. but C Up on stuff the)
anebod) else maj I hem '
-
'l be tunast ,v la the arrai
your soil! to pay bock commitments And the
cai.
The worst giving your plao a complete houaecleaning
10 busy packing and ail. But you must. Be-
Gm.1 forbid a neighbor should drop in while you're gone to ix>r-
",u emenl isn't clean enough to eat off.
the floor you know what everybody would aay!
Much as I want to go, that's how bad I want to stay. Great big
inta, Ga. reach- or not he'ah I come!
Coneervative. Rabbi Morn* A. Skojr
Cantor Erneit Sehretber. up in the mundane allair.
on a camp weekend w> iT
." caught ;to ^ WaJ irs of rout- i h..tie..i -.,..u *T "*}*1 "i
MAtOAn
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. (Con.
ervativei 0101 NW 9th St
Youth Group Breokfost
The Junior Youth Group ol
Temple Kmanu-KI will hold a
breakfast meeting at the temple
at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Feb. 20. All
students in Middle School are in-
vited to attend.
me
Visiting Rabbi To Speak
At Margate Jewish Center
f b. AaVdMS
I c nt a rifled in
urs in nnii- beamifu, ranoh Th ~' '
living that lu,. fnr raf> c settllt J
we have lost the teenagcri D ***
art of apprecia-
tion. Our group wrot< a mo^jj
We have for- bath Service at. ,t nature
gotten how to discussed the meaning ot J^a
approelate sun- with its practi,.. and \ahjT3
pie things like wpanded the ..ns
I stroll in the voung people
lirk Of a ges-
ture of friend Tho wiice Vi>i ,
ship. or the appreciate each ther mor.
wonder ot na- respect ouraoh-ei and othmi
gain more Inaig it into *
ways an ot how much or ntle. for
matter, our religi klradl
Influences us
ture'i beauty.
We heewnat bo
the trivia of life
Rabbi teanuol Schenk of 'hat we loot sight of the major
Brooklyn. NY., will be the guest kWBW and dimensions of existence
speaker at the Margate Jewish S(,m(, (.an skim thr surfiu^ an0
Center. 6101 NW 9th St. Margate. ]emam shaUmv ,n thouKh, arK, fa
at 8:00 p.m.. Friday. Feb. 18. His loed Thcv ar<. the ln%ors for
topic will be Israel 1972." thJr VOs slip b). witnou, ,hei,
In celebration or Hadassah's
16th anniversary, the Chai Chap- even being aware of the problem, potential
ter will sponsor the Oneg Shab- To me. life's breath is a sublime :
bat. Everyone is invite,! to attend Rift Each day offers its challenge ? can all benefit b> n,
and opportunity. The wonder ol I our breath and b\ taking a
creation is a reality that domina- look at ouroorvei 'ATnt in?
tes my actkkM and plans for the really doing wtl ,.Ui ,*>-
future. life-time*
We .a|i nla(ic ,||
moment to get .-. ; f VM
and to come to t. mi witO
ALL PLANTS AT
WHOLESALE PRICES!
Saturday I Sunday Only
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WEDDINGS
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IT'S A FACT
Did you know that anu ,
Israeiiearrwgrrxx*trn
$550permonth pays tH7.
of his additional earnings
in income toes?
irael ranks third \
kith* world in the number/
cf young people per
ffl,000 who attend
institutions of
Wrtorninj.
An Israeli model shows a
hostess gown which is one
of 23 costumes designed
and executed by students
of the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi,
Jerusalem, the first voca-
tional high school for girls
established in Israel. The
collection of machine and
hand-knits is now touring
the United States in show-
ings sponsored by the Miz-
rachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America Titled
"From Israel with Love,"
the fashion show reflects
the growth of Israel's knit-
wear industry.
MR. ABE POISYN
Our New Owner .
invites you to visit
this fine Drug Store
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JDC Staff Member Guest
At Pacesetters Luncheon
g, Paula Borenstein, a si nipr
m*inj^'" <>. ibv. Joint DiMn-
jn Coinniitt'V in Paris and an
(
MRS. MUM BORtNSYUN
on the of Jew-
| w ill be th'
; i akei ai the Jewish Fe
|i N. rard's Wom-
Luneheon
ttei
u Bai has

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place I th
[i all'.
m
[ s ing '. nil Mrs Ba< r on the
. : in lira
Mr* David Am-
Mrs
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n Kodish, Mi J< e Mil-
Doi I Mil 'hi .
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Mrs. Bter urged all women In
I the community io more fully un-1
demtand the purposes of the"cam-
paign and to consider that a mini-
mum contribution of S1:V) amounts
to only -ii cents per daj
"1 really believe that if more
women realized thai they could
fit 41 cents a ay into their DUdflel
to support the local, national and1
overseas programs and benefititarj
agencies of the Federation, wo!
would have thousands instead of!
hundi.-ds who would do so.
'But mast of us don't stop to
think that the pledges we make
now can be paid over the course j
of a year just like a charge ac-
count, the main dfference being,
that we are buying health and!
happiness for thousands of people'
instead of a few new dresses for
ourselves," she said
Mrs. Borenstein was still a
schoolgirl in her native city of
Viina. Lithuania, at the outbreak
ni World War ll Be ause und<
the terms of ihe Hitler-Stalln I
Pact (-1 1939, I Ithi inia fell ui
Russian oc pation the .lo\> ish
nunity lived in comparative'
il j until 1941 >\ hen the (I
man irmiei i then -a
n-held t> n itories
In Sepl "i thai year, b
ii .. and al
the Jews of the cii^- were con-
fine! tbeca. .JJurijRg tius..*,.n-iri,
every member of Mrs. Borenslein's
family her father, mother, -is-
ter and brother uHs murdered by
the German's,
In 194.'!. she was transported to
i concentration camp in Germany
where she did forced labor in an
ammunition factory until the liber-
ation of the camp in April, 1945.
As the Allied armies approached
the camp, the German garrison
removed all the girls to a nearby
field and shot most of them. Mrs.
Borenstein was one of the few
who managed to escape,
After working as a farm laborer,
Mm. Borenstein was repatriated
to Paris in May. 1945. Then she
was directed to a place where she
received her first decent meal
and her first new clothing since
the outbreak of the war. and then
sent to a special home for recuper-
ation provided by the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee,
Later she Joined the staff of a
Yiddish newspaper in Paris an!
eame to the -tall ol the JDC
l .u i- office in th fall ol 1948 as
a Yiddish writer and interpretei
Mrs Borenstein's husband, n
Frenchman i>: Polish-Jewish par-
> nta Is also an alumnus of a
entration camp. Thej h
one child.
..HHli'
FESTIXAL
Put.M Jo Ef ev Hi.
Community Calendar
f RID AY, ftBRUARY IT
Tempi* Emanu-El-Men's Club Sabbath Service-8 15 P.M.
Margate Jewish Center-Presentation of Memorial Plaque
9:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, ftBRUARY 12
Jewish Federation of North Broward Advance Gifts Dinner t
Inverrary Country Club8:00 P.M.
Temple Sholom Art AuctionPalm Aire Country Club7:30 P.M.
SUNDAY, flBRUARY IJ
Temple SholomMen's Club Breakfast Meeting (tarry King)
9:30 A.M.
MONDAY, FlBRUARY 14
Jewish Federation of North Broward Women's Division Board
Meeting 10:00 A.M.
B'nai B'rith Women (Sunrise Golf Village)-Board Meeting 8:00 P.M.
B'nai B'rith Masada Lodge-Gait Hotel (An Evening with Senator
Jackson) 830 P.M.
TUtSDAY, ftBRUARY IS
Temple Emanu-EISisterhood Board Meeting 9:45 A.M.
Brandeis University National Women's Committee of Ft. lauderdale
and Pompano Beach-11:30 A.M.
Temple Shalom-Sisterhood Meeting (The Effects of Detergents
on Hie Pollution Problem)-12 Noon
WIDNtSDAY, flBRUARY 16
Tmple Emonu El- Sisterhood Bible Class (Rabbi Arthur J. Abrams)
10:00 A.M.
National Council of Jewish Women-Board Meetmg-10:30 A.M.
National Council of Jewish Women-Book Review-1:00 P.M.
Temple Emanu-EI-Religious School Committee-8:00 P.M.
THURSDAY, ftBRUARY 17
Ft. Lauderdale Hadassah-General Meeting
Temple Sholom-Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary-8:00 P.M.
f RID AY, flBRUARY 18
Margate Jewish Center-Rabbi Emanuel Schenk, guest speaker
8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY, ftBRUARY 19
Ft. Lauderdale Hadassah-Deauville Star Theater Show- 7:00 P.M.
SUNDAY, ftBRUARY 20
Temple Emanu-EI-Jr. Youth Group (Breakfast Meeting) 8:30 A.M.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21
Temple Beth Israel-Sisterhood General Meeting-8:00 P.M.
TUtSDAY, ftBRUARY 22
Temple Sholom-Generations In Crisis10:30 A.M.
Temple SholomTorah Fund luncheon-12 Noon.
B nai B'rith Women (Ft. Lauderdale Chapter 345i-General Meeting
B'nai B'rith lodge 1438-Anti-Defamation League Meeting-8 P.M.
WtDNtSDAY, ftBRUARY 23
Temple Sholom-Chai Hadassah General Meeting
Temple Sholom-Sabra Hadassah General Meeting
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other groups throughout the United States sponsoring Jew-
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Friday, February \\
Yacov Gluzman sees his son for the first time as he is re-
united with his wife, Rita, after a two-year separation. Mrs.
Gluzman was allowed to leave the Soviet Union shortly be-
fore the buby was born, but her husband was unable to
get permission to leave at the time.
Rita And Yacov Gluzman
Reunited After 2 Years
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El Al Announces
New 1-Week Tour
El Al Israel Airlines and its
tour operator, S5-A-Day-Tours
! have once again joined fores in
i creating the new one-week Jew-
ish Life of Kurope" tour.
This program, like the success-
ful two-wee* llUtfPll introduced
last spring, offers trawlers the-
ater performances in London,
nightclub tickets in Paris plus
visits to Jewish landmarks in b-Mh
cities that offer historical and con-
temporary perspectives on the his-
tory of the Jewish people.
El Al is featuring two itiner-
' aries: one is London-only for eight
days, priced from $270 including
1 air and land arrangements, with
departures Sunday ever
through March 86; the second If
a combination of thrs>> nights
Paris and four in London. r>-
from $300 Inclusive, with
ures Saturday evening! through
March 25.
Air transportation is aboard El
Al's747
Rabbi Conducts Bible Class
A 'Survey of Bible Literature"
will bo conducted by Rabbi Arthur
J Abrami at TA
i W. Oakland Park Blvd. Fl
I auderdale, We
10:00 a.m. until I
tact Mrs. Benjamin Ellei
further information.
Nabels Present Plaque In Memory Of Meyer NetJ
Friday evening during the Oneg j Meyer Neumann. ~J
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Shabbat which follows services
at the Margate JRwiah Center. The memorial
6101 NW 9th St.. Margate, an ot- j presented to the Margin J,
Octal presentation will be made of Center by Harriet and
, a plaque honoring the memory I Nabt-1.____________
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It was exactly like in a dream
... a man and a woman separate"I
ami finally somehow rinding each
other again.'- .
That was h<*v Rita Gluzman
excitedly explained how it felt
to l>e reunited with her husband
in Israel after the Soviet I'nion
had refused for more than two
years to let him leave the coun-
try.
Mrs. Gluzman was in the I'nited
States for six weeks last fall
speaking for the I'nited Jewish
Appeal and the American Con-
ference for Soviet Jews. She is
convinced that the Soviet I'nion
finally released her husband be-
cause of the combined pressure
ot many individuals and groups in
this country. Every audience she
addressed responded by contact-
ing their congressmen, writing let-
ters to Mr. Kosygin. and to Presi-
dent Nixon.
While in Atlanta. Ga.. she was
brought to the attention of U'yche
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tour. While visitine in the Soviet
Ukraine, he mentioned the Gluz
mans to a "high Communist party
officer." who, it is lielieved. fur- j
ther expedited the permission to
, leave.
During her visit to the I'nited
States Mrs. Giuzman also met
v ith U.S. Secretary General U
! Thant and U.S. Ambassador to the
j United Nations George Bush, in
addition to other State Depart- i
! ment officials. Her visa to the
I'nited States was sponsored by
; Congressman Jack Kem of New ,
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Gluzman plan to ,
[ study together at Tel Aviv I'ni-,
I versity where he will continue his
| graduate studies in biology and
; she will continue her undergra-
duate work in chemistry.
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