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. ;
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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wJewisti Fiend lam
Number 15
oi NORTH MIOWAIUP
May 19. 1972
Price 20 C3D 3
Federation Campaign Tops $350,000 Mark
T. United Jewish Appeal
J, | Emergency Fund
[ iiducted by tho Jjw-
, North Brow-
ht to a dose this
rail i o
i variety o( lo
I overseas Jewish
.. i educational
hi
Fed- ration pn dd nl Ah in
ti d thai than ware
oi persons who
|ve ,1 within the
to receive their
I -with the men's and
L rhons completed
the campaign is officially
foi tin year,
"I am most pleased to report,"
said Mr. Gross, "that almost
l.coo men and women contrib-
uted to this years campaign, a
considerable increase over past
yi ars. Thai to many men and
women are ho oi in this i
mitmenl to h. Ip their own com-
munlty as well as helping to
meet our overseas responsibili-
i i, meant that we are on our
way towardj developing a true
sense of community ben in
North Browarrt.
"We still have a long way to
go because then were many
men and women who did not
contribute to the campaign tins
Mr. Gross added. "It is
unfortunate that they chose not
to participate in this once-a-
year, all-inclusive Jewish cam-
At a time when Soviet
Jews .v displaying tremendous
ige in asking for permis-
to leave for Israel, it would
that the very 'eas>t we
can do is help supply the money
ake i' jiossible for them to
be transported to Israel and
give them a start in their new
home."
Within the next few weeks
Rumania Says Settlement
[Requires Total Withdrawal
JERUSALEM IJTA Ru-
f eek reaffirmed its
i i a Middle East
lace 'it requires the
mai -'. .1 of bra -.i
the occupied Arab
That was contained in a
ii ttributed to Praa-
Bent e ( eauseacu which
ru isl by Bucharest ra-
fter Premier
: .: m t to Israel
three-day visit to
Officials here would not rom-
?HMlt OH the |.n>:ul( :ist hut
nsaed thai the Rumania
nit ion was well-known and
spelled out l> CfMSBCHNi
nd Premier Ion (Jheorghc
laur.r during, Mrs. Mcir". \ f-*t.
It mu not eontuined in the
linl rommuniqBM retaasaMI hvM
li.ir rimultaaeeualy in Jam-
Hnli-ni and Hut h.m-M. That com-
munique stressed the cordial ut-
BMSpkSte thai attended Mrs.
Heir's visit and the detire for
continuing clone bilateral rela-
timis belweeil brae] and Rum-
ania. On international matters,
iiuludini; the Middle Kant con-
flict, the joint statement re-
sorted to fetMrallctsa,
The Ceausescu statement,
broadci it Immediately follow-
ing the reading of the t'-xt of
the Joint communique, said that
the M ddle East problem should
'tied within the framework
of the Security Council's Resolu-
tion 242 which Rumania re-
gards u for the total
withdrawal i i forces
from the Arab territi
c ipied in 1967. it also sal I
Rumania counts the Palestin-
ians among the nations entitled
tog : lei ilnation,
Israel Bonds Drive
For Cash Launched
hVAS \ IJTA1 Yigal
ty Premier <>f Israel,
ial d 1ve last
colle rtkm oi 185
cash in the Israel
i ing the m >nths of
J me.
i leader, who spoke
: key Israel Bond
" .. aeli 1 in'..
lador Yit/hak Ra-
ts the host, stressed that
fling the lirst four months of
yeai emigration from the
fviet Union continued at a
rate. He said this situation
luired accelerate the economic from to provide
jobs for the new arrivals.
A cabled message from Fi-
nance Minister Plnhas Sapir
I the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, to conduct the special cash
efforl In the months of May and
June and requested that the
sum ol ^" million be remitted
In cash i> the end of June. "Our
development program is falling
dangerously behind schedule in
pite <>f the growing demand for
immediate Job opportunities for
Russian Jews who are now ar-
riving in Israel at a peak rate,"
Mr. Sapir said. ____
Hce Investigate Friedman Activities
r-..i,- _______. __ e ___---------- 1 ;> \l
IJFHISALEM (JTA) At-
brney Genera] Mate Shumgar
wrtedlv h* asked the police
1 investigate certain activities
Mordechai Friedman who re-
gned recently as managing
ctor of the government-
^aw N'etlvei Neft oU company.
Rovernment panel Investi-
ng Netivei Neft absolved
Friedman of wrong doing. Mr.
Shamgar told newsmen, how-
ever that his request for an in-
vestigation stemmed from cer-
tain matters that came up dur-
ing the panel's investigation,
including Friedman's income tax
and foreign currency activities
and the mixing of his private
funds with public property in
the accounts of Netivei Neft.
Austrian Embassy
Invaded By JDL

WASHINGTON* (JTA) A
group of Jewish Defense League
memhers invaded the Austrian
Embassy here last week ind
traded punches with Embassy
officials trying to remove a
swastika i'a'; that the JDI.ers
hung from the second floor bal-
cony.
According to Dr. William Pii,
the Washington area chairman
of the JDL, a group of seven
Jl L members he led into
the Embassy building was 'at-
i" ;.> Embassy officials
i-! dialing Ambassador Karl GrU-
Polica were summoned hut
no am sts ware made.
Dr. Perl said the JDL entered
the Embassy to proteet bat Fri-
day's aosjolrtel in Lin/.. Anatrb
oi 19-year-old lohann Gogol, a
watchmaker acenaed of war
tilinsa.
While on the Embassy prem-
ises, t i JDL members surreptl-
titousl) Ivan- the Nazi flag and
the sign from the balcony. Ac-
cording to Dr. Perl, Amb
> p >rsonally removed
ilv flag and tore u|) the lign
the scuffle, The gn
: Don't Visit Nazi Austria."
\ JTA reporter said he saw
blow : In the confet
on the second floor of the
three-story Embassy building
[DLi rg apparenHv tried to
n1 Embassy officials from
, t< : ing the balcony to rem ive
th. Hag and sign. The 34 K 6
vmc from the balcony
15 minutes before the Em-
sy staff was aware of its
no
Israel Ratifies Convention
Against Aerial Hijackers
JERUSALEM Israel
last week became one of the
firs! countries to ratify the Mon-
treal convention against aerial
hijacking when the Cabinet ap-
proved the convention at its reg-
ular weekly meeting Sunday.
So far 61 nations have sub-
scribed to the convention dratted
hy the International Civil Avia-
tion Organization (ICAO> meet-
ing in Montreal in Sept. 1970. It
will become valid under inter-
national law as soon as it is
ratified by 10 nations.
An amendment to the avia-
tion laws enacted by the Knes-
set last year covers all the pro-
visions contained in the conven-
tion.
the Federation's Allocations
Committee will meei to how the money will be allocate I
to the Federation's beneficiary
ides for 1972.
Agencii reci iving funds
lasl year's campaign in
the United Jewish Appeal. An -
lean Association for Jewish Edu-
cation, American Jewish C m-
mittee, American Jewish Con-
gress, American Jewish Historl-
ca) Society. Anti-DefamaLon
League of B'nai B'rith and B'nal
B'rith Hlllel Foundation.
Also the Broward Board of
Rabbis i chaplaincy program i.
i! of Jewish Federal
and Welfare Fun Is, H
I'nicn College, Histadruth Ivrith
i lea, Jewish Family 3
Browar I County and
Ish phic Agen y.
Also the Jewish Theolo
Miami Bureau <>: v
ish Education, National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
ii. River Garden Home for
th. Aged i.Jacksonvillei, Syra-
g gne Council of America. T i ah
',. United MAS Si
ice. Ycshlva Theological S
nary and YTVO Institute *
t> Research.
Waldheim Willing To Chair Conference
UNITED NATIONS iWNS' Sources here report that Secre-
tary General Kurt Waldheim has approached the Israeli and Egyp-
tian ambassadors to the United Nations with a proposal for a Mid-
, ast : ace conference that he indicated he would 1m- willing to hair.
Ambassador Tekoah Named For Award
NEW YORK (JTA) Ambassadoi Yosef Tekoah, Israel's d r-
manent representative to the United Nations -ince 1%7. has
named as the recipient of the IS72 Citation and Award for Dis-
tinguish, d Service to American Jewry annually made by the Na-
tional Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. The presentation will be
made to the 47-year-old veteran diplomat at the banquet ope
the Nan inal Federation's U.ur-day 43rd convention in Miami B
May 28.
Holiday Inn Expresses Regret
TRENTON, N.J. (JTA)' Th. Holiday Inn here expressed re-
gret at anj offense caused to the gen -ral and Jewish communities
by it- n nting a room to thn i d izen neo-Nazis celebrating HI
birthday Apri I it was n po ted this week by the Jewish F<
tlon of'Trenton. The Inn accepted a reservation under the
Mountain ("lunch of 3 *us Christ," thinking it was tusl "an l re i. ious group." but after learning i I it- true identity maintained
the arrangement for what it called legal reasons and for fear of
bodily harm to other guests.
Tasa Carriee Sadat's May Day Speech
JERUSALEM (JTA)- Tass, the Soviet news agency, carried
a condensed version May 2 ol President Anwar Sadat's May Day
- h, eliminating the passage in which he said Egypl was
!i, sacrifice one million men in battle against Israel. The
, en on dropped Sadat's attacks on Israel and his declared Intention
-, a warfare against Israel. Bui Sadat's hard words for the
United Stafs and his laudatorj references to the Soviet Union
were retained.
Soviet Airliner To Land At I.ydda
TEL AVIV |JTA> The first Soviel airliner to laud in Israel
since Moscow broke diplomatic relations in 1967 was due at I.ydda
Airport this week. The Illyushin-lS Jet will bring Archbishop
Finman of the Russian Orthodox Church and a large entourage for
a visit to holy places in Israel. Special landing permission for the
plane was arranged through the Finnish Embassies in Moscow and
Tel Aviv. Finland handles Soviet affairs in Israel. The airliner will
depart from Israel shortly after landing its passengers and will
return to pick them up when their visit is over. Arrangements have
been made for Israeli ground crew to service the aircraft while it
is at Lydda.
Statement Calls For Withdrawal
NEW YORK Several major American Jewish organizations,
including the American Jewish Congress. Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hatzair. B'nai B'rith Women. Labor Zionist Alli-
mee. National Council of Jewish Women. National Federation ol
Temple Sisterhoods, National Women's League of United Syna-
gogue and the Union of American Hebrew Congregations have
Issued a statement calling for immediate and total withdrawal of
all American forces from Vietnam.


Pace 2
This Week fit History'
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Dr Albert Gottheb. reportedly
the c%de*t practicing physicsa
Yugoslavia, died ir. Bf'.craie at *t
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jdcg/jat* and HBa.il 11 I k' -"a*-
_vckd Rabbi Wolfe K a*--, evvu-
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brew Studies I Br"
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higher k*rnaac.
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The IZJ&SJI *** the iBtesaa-
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not oiCijated ;o help pay far the
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Ah> N a
uadauon of Israeli acsr-ssaoo on
pan of the PaJestMae Land"
Prroarr Ben-Qarwn wan
wonfcl be -daastroos" for !*-"-
forget that v:
Hi S *bt ?r?r
Zionist. as fe-ed a Londoe. or
has 80th birthday
na Rakaaxkra- A** r y -; --
American Jewry to -rseet
threat to Jewish life in the Soviet
V- -
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The Ahavah Chapter of B_nai
. BTtth Woaaen b holding a r der on the RaaT heater partyaj
Ur Sheriian Theat m M
Beach. Saturday.
La^erdak- Chapter
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Friday. May [3
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Friday. May 19. 1972
+Jewish fhridg&r)
Page 3
Temple Shalom >s Officers **E
To Be Installed May 26
The Men's Club of Temple.
Emanu-EI will elect officers and
I board members for 1972-73 at a
Rabbi Morria Skop will install. Farber, youth vice president; Mrs. breakfast meeting in the temple
1 Sam Marks, treasurer; Mrs. Max Sunday morning, May 28.
Segelman, financial secretary; Mrs. Among those nominated to serve
Charles
iTempU' Sholom's newly elected
gation, Sisterhood, Men's
Club and United Synagogue
Youth group officers during the
[Friday night services May 26.
I to serve the congrega-
tion were Stephen Tolces. pres-
ident; Howard Silberstein. execu-
[ttVC vice pi-'sident; Jerry Sher-
Ln vice president in chars* of
iffairt; Hayim Durand,
ent in charge of house
I rounds; Seymour Heraher,
lent In charge of ways
Hairold Arrick, fi-
Lncial secretary; Martin J.
Kurt/, treasurer; n>r. Charles
irding secretary: Abra-
om sponding -
|. Louis Younger, trustee
m).
: offlct r> Include Mrs.
I. pn sictent; Mr*
. | R -.'j; ai l Mrs Donald
JKoniooff ice pn aidants; Mrs.
tin Reidich, coordinator of
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F=ge4
Friday. Ka M u
+M&JB****** MATTER OF FACT

An^ncan unit* in the whole
course of this war The same
as true of the men of the 1st
\RVN Division, before they hart
S-BSC*lwr0* LM A-*a 0 var CX OW Ti
ry. May 19. 1972
Numbe-
2: IYAH 5"
.3
22
Essential Message Of Shavuoth
zzih. wane fWiim liil w;-b trie rrr.ru.-urr. society of the
"?* eel c when fee rrrc-ru
brasKjttf as ofter-wrs lc .r -:
- --- r -:- cl c-rj; :: ralestne
:ir .Mocjoted w fee -.e :: tr.e
: the Torab when Moses received fee Ten Caec-
-r-cner.is :.- .V_ S_r>c. crer t*z -n^eis crer r:e ex:-
r_i re Zr-.-cu oeoan. I: :* ;r_s eves:, sc '.euitttl to Jarc-
rsed or the: reveiatie-:: r-
BBS tak hi -zz.'jst. of the rtesar= cad Coc-
s^r- rrec,3 rerrjadnc car -eer.-rrers rod feeir
elders re the Jewish contribution to toe moral law of fee
world.
Tire- rl r r_ the essential .ncsaoge of Sacruc
r reminder yz Israel to be c tncrorr ri Priests and a Holy
Nation, c gocd oar people hove reached tor through tr.ese
any tbouscxds at years.
Negotiations Are Israel's Goal
WhSe Faypf s Scdo: can* r.aes ms war-like stateme-.:s
Isroeis Goida Meir rTarthioet the miiL tor peace c fee
Mjddie Essz. Obviously frjsrriea hy is scares at hone
end abroad the Egypbax -resveer.? voces his rain hopes
of reduc_c.a Isroeis Jews to a "nursilxrtec. hunted pecpie
through victory, do? ~ fee distant hirure. bu: fe-s yecr
Ir V-s Me:r s meetings wrfe the President ot Rumania.
r.es- :r:^.:; ;: fee Crb-e: lc [nnhfe rr-ner
freeduni of movement end sed-gen er rimer.: tar 'be Arabs
.be West 5crJr and m the Sac Scnp Israel .= 5
tre world that toe possibibres for negotiations J not
.ncrnedirte 5er>neat or all the issues are fee Jewish sacrse s
goal am the twwahior Middle East.
The "zvmi EOBbMdm :ct -be refugees _-. "be ~--rr
5.- z zt.z areassg centre, over :errcr-5; iMall ere C ^c:
:c:.:r.:-. c: fee r._rccT_e re-rrr.er-. rrccrrec -bese _r.
"rr*-_r.r^ Arrcs ~crr.rcr.ee ry -be^ c-r. people :-. be
-- :::::-.:.- to work in braei kr Gaza azui Vt'est
Bank :-; r,e-:= ^ c err c: tat procrrrr. :c reere -be
- -- "c-ese rre-cs -.r.cr. rreccy rrr? ceveb:-ec
better bcisc_c rrd woriring rr**i*vv Whil? Mrrrrr
BppaaVd vie r.ew rer-:-;r= ce-Trrse I ::r_5.cerec r.e
move c prelude to Grinexcrroi: at the Strip it 3 sigriifverr:
tkal toe Arrb leaders ir Gar seen crlv -c
^ftw*~sr settierrent rr>gb: ksse them die new prosper;: of
thee people.
Protest One Of Many
The protest heard after the Zionist Organization of
America honored Hoase Minority Leader Gercdd Ford re-
cendy was only one of many made in recent years agcrnst
me practice of paying homage to controversial polLiaal
bgures. A number ot oar yoath otymisurions have beer
particuicrry vocal on this subject
Fund-raisers persist in passing oaf awards wirhoa:
consider^g the fuE hnpocafions of their act or even fee
total record of die recipient of such honors: many now
believe the rme has come lor community teadeis to **t
into account any debasemenl of Jewish values which
might be implied before the ******* is made to honor a
public ngare. Without nimiliny on the men* of rtep.
Ford, or the recognition of Gav. Ronald Regan, which akc
precipitated a furore, it most be ryinteii out that a "-tn
should be honored in this couasry tor something nWi
than his "nescs on Israel."
I; u an iDaskst ana the 9nV
r ---:- ;-r -~-
bers at awe aier anas. ^o
car be tnrowe toto the kind of
bsrtj^ --.*-
T*>e Harti
has bees so crswgtr by drri-
! irri bj restoSBI -' :*".-
aot be dealt itb by htt>
ry rooted isaits of tort*
tiwps
l> P
sood soooBt of fkeeeerrei
:.e or no exrerrj:
lor insTsnce they xm :^*ar to
ba.e stopped toe Sort- V>et-
na-Tese 271st Re.
was tryiav to adveece dor
cocrvaor toward Saaeon that be-
fuk tr% tfle ?ert ^ va^boms
our rriltary csJl The parrot $
Bet -he rep-ee: and popular
forces are i iu'iatd on the pro-
aase --j- the;. -. hi -&i
tor horoe atftust m their own
ereas They are rightly armed.
: : > f i ssesesei sea
to neht the rxSaenous Viet
Coac- And evea ~rjen the re-
ponai force companies are
tormed into battaoors Uey can-
cot be torn op by their roots
tor deployment far from borne.
TUTS THTj r.r-re of above a
5 -tr Vjetna-aese jnoer
eras both true and extremely
TreiWawic Ceaattoj 0H tor-
ritonals. there are indeed that
irrrjber of men bea-irtg arms :n
South Tietnarr toesj &_t ex-
cept tor special caws ake tot
fight m Ha. MsJbJs province
that skipped trie 271st Regi-
rrjer.t the territ-nas are unable
eet and beat the big units
of the !*octb Wtnarrese a:
Mettajc "i heacne the bie
uniu of the Nortr. Vietnamese
army has be-
job of the rec
\Vtnaraese a- when the
balance is cast up betmee.-
North Vietnamese arrm- and
on sea ha
BCTArSE of the \ariet
farmanon ranger groups and
-.rborne brigades in
ARVN and mdepende
Vietnamese regimeru in the
front and eisewbere
eeriest to make a compara::.?
I
ts
basis, with everything that
Hanoi has avai^ble throwi
the fight. Hanoi has a con>
able advantage eeet ARVN
Briefly. Hanoi has at least 56
regiments engaged or on the
erge of eagagement in South
Vjetna- ,\r,: the emphasis has
to be heavy on the aord*
ieast"; for there is considerable
evxience that Hanoi has even
been throwing together the raw
recruits m the training depots
into regimental formations
These cannot be used as fully
aattuve regiments Bot they are
med. instead, as extra cannon
fodier They have been effec-
- e.;. empkned. for instance, tn
ftrengthen divisions hike the
SMB. which lost far too much
blond in the fight for Firebar
Bastogne.
IX COXHAST, ARVN
s*arted the clamactic battles of
this war ith no more than 45
mhwtt and regimental equi-
valents. Not aU of these mere of
high quality, either, as was
shown by the sorrv failure of
'he 22nd ARVN Dtviuon on the
approaches to Kontum City
It is easyand pretty shame-
fulto overstress such ARVN
failures as the one just cited
As these words are written, for '
instance. An Loc still holds; and
the ARVN units in An Loc have
had to face far worse than any
hy JOSEPH AL\0P
to ahandon Plrebase B Z
man vhixgn tn. 7* i
inr well, it is easy to i, .-., ^"\
Centinwerf *n p,,, ^
^1^ a ? -
Max Lerner
Sees It
OCr S '-.-:. You undV-rstand no)
Ride I trie mou
1
too about the
'h> Har^j; : would uffc-- ; ut
: have :
N.v
a.!>o. the
Due The to resume seen I
iier rarrred on earl M '^ iHac Tho and K
Keston.
4 H
came ck>- Her.rv I .-
lion for t hard work I
- .- and ^ aints he v
But. in S N.xon is th ;-
. power rustary and th. ntial offio
rod It n*>- Ki~- I Niaa
bc .- H.-s.dent KK- rtanOB \>e^ :r. N'.\ -\ xtrj-
ordinary usr o: hi.-r
TMF MOST IMPORTANT althou^i not much BoMd ,<
-ace N.v 1 V pe--<* wa.^ hit uso of the phra.^ >
spect for th. o::tce of Piealdml o: the L'rit.d St*t>-x I-. ha
a. i;. wannd thr muni to he appixd iv
krxa's 'be has saidi that he bn'l lovied or even l.ked. tot he
prefers to be re^pecud He has now transfem.-
> th. ptoaMBtoJ
l' .- a ESfMr transf)
which have bicurr.e somewlai
r-rrrt^ Nl t the Amertcan preflBpo
K jr*ar:-
..-a he e that pc
.:." "
jt the dominant one a> it .va.
anc Euk-nhower There i> a restruct
It wai dally p
-
a Japar. Wesl
1 1 pretend 1

with th- Japan's
-
wed of G
ion
Till. WllKIDs NffBI V
! ssrtoj
"

the I
ee. tho mai
N"uon counted on a
Bmt up tho [wwor hatars iV'
Vhat mad, N v :-* 'n*j
that h.- eon
to DMNUII '
At this point the RaashUM isehtoJ not to st
They were m danger of paying too hoavv a prio
toed Hence the eatraord
ting of K am, Breataa*. ea.
mood an-1 lermi and toktag his :ie-uro o! th- |
\n 1 Mateaec in i,ls peeeh: I sh,i
for tlk- pro- i.
- Bra/hr. mm to K --
Aaerlon formidable -0 hh caJctd
Th> DemocratK- candidatos can well an>w
for Ameiica has been dra
-nanio fiinor .
that national powvr and pr. ;''
mature hun-ani.no UnlatMM that ,>anarHi :
- l^-Kiont durme th,>
will a Conunss an,! a Basalt tired of
t0 Put ri hanK mh*.A .f Mm mm f AW
or.
Bt in a war h has been Una':
ohsnges ahead of the pro


Friday
.May 19. 1972
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New Tours On Nieuw Amsterdam
Due to the heavy demand for
space thai this year's cruise
program has created, Holland
America Cruise* has announced
that it is expanding the S.S.
Nieuw Amsterdam's first cruise
leason from Port Evergl ides
from the original 19 cruist to
a total ot 39 with the addition
of 16 new cruises from .1
to Dec 8, L972.
Each of the new cruisi Ith
the exception of the on on
St i 27 wi i be in days ion
and will follow Identical Itiner-
;i: !- l'n ts ol call are i u led
and feature some of the most
inter, stinj islands in the '. est
Indi and South Am
will be Pampatar
>n the i>land of Margarita, a
lew | ill this -i i n
the Nieuw Amsterdam.
Margarita Is resort island
>ff the coast ol Venezuela that
he V ins have be n try*
ing (" years to ke 'p to them-
es Sen ne and stei pod in
histoi > lit was one of the
rial outposts of the Old World
m tin : a i. the i- and I
\ the Venezuelans
South American Tahiti.
oh included will be
Oranjesl id, Aruba; La Gu lira
ifor Caracusi, Vanasutla: Fort
de France, Martinique; and
lott. Amalk Si Tho iia*
Prices, which varj
ms to the season start at $265
i 1310 and range upward t
$78=. ir deluxe cab-
mc And we know of no other
type of arrangements which in-
clude in one price air-
conditioned shipboard accom-
modations, all meals, enter-
tainment, other extras and
all gratuities alxiard ship.
The exception to this new se-
ries of cruises is the one of
Sept. 27 which will I*' eight
day* long. It will eall at the
portn of Charlotte Aniallc.
St. Thomas; Philipahurg. St.
Maarten: and San Juan. Pureto
Kieo. Kate's on this eniise start
it $210 and range upward to
$610.
Cruise dates to mark on your
ndar for the 'Friendship"
Nieuw Amsterdam are June .">.
it; and 26; July 7, 17, an
Aug. 7 and IS; Oct. 6, 16 and
27 v"\ 6, IT and .'7. and Dec
8. 1972.
A cruise on the Nieuw Am-
sterdam Is, simply, lust
fun. Completelj refurbished In
1961 and recently recar
the vessel la as mo lern "day
M instant coffee bul has
managed to retain hi
World charm. She is aii
ditionad throughout and
lizer equipped.
The veaaal has the opulence
of 2.% different kinds of hard-
wood, maaj af whleJi have !>*"
eieatad into exquisite designs.
not to mention the beautiful
hand-rubbed panels in the cab
ins.
Although the Nieuw Amster-
dam is a beauty in the classic
sen.se she is Jusl ucn ol
., (hip u her sailing com-
panions, the flagship Rotter-
and S.S. Statendam Be-
.. her ballrooms with so
Ings balconies, and
staircases, right alongside Is a
little discotheque for ix-opie
who are under 30 or
, be The ship has the great
advantage In thai II lets pas-
sengers chooae their own
The vessel offers passengers
all of the usual parties iports
activities, midnight buffets and
indooi and outdoor pools tha
one Kpects to find on a uxury
,.,,. liner Over '''k^" u[
-first night out" youll '
,. friends before going "> < '"'
hum, room to talecj from the
man) fine couraas oftereo
Next morning you '*" nttVe
breakfast in lee-d or in the warm
morning sun on deck. Tin- rest
ol the day is yours to soak up
the pleasure- of shipboard life*.
Sit and do alisulul.lv nothing
at all ... or join in a gam- of
ature golf or trap shooting. An
experienced oruiao stall is righi
there to keep things running
smoothly.
I! you prefer you can work
out in the gym, take a swi n in
ol the pools, or unwind with
a tnassa sign up for a dance
a first-run movie
m thi \i uv< Amsterdam's
iter. Th 're la something to
do evei j minute if you ish
and somehow the days a ill
- pro too short.
In addition to the ship's many
irful lounges, dining rooms
cozy bars, other facilities
include a beauty parlor and
arbei shop, swimming pools,
drug store, gift shop, Turkish
baths, a lulls equipped modern
laundry and pressing ser. Ice
and an experienced medical
Many first-time passengers
(ami repeat passengers as well)
\% ill still want to Sample what
the Nieuw Amsterdam has to
offer because from her grace-
folly curved, flared bow, to her
streamlined nel ler, she pro-
claims her aristocratic breed-
ing. EvOfy line of her super
.trm-tiiic sweeps buck with
nodulated grace. She sits .-oin-
tortably in the water, as though
the were built la it, and was
upre-mely happ\ to be there
.\hich she is.
Now about those ports. On
the Nieuw Amsterdam's UWaj
cruises the first stop after leav-
ing Port Everglades will be
Aruba. Newest of the Caribbean
resorts. Aruba is one of the
principal islands of the Nether-
lands Antilles group.
Your cruise will call at the
apital city. Oranjettad. This is
a quaint, tidy old Dutch city.
splashed With Kay colors of
the Caribbean. Iu fact, local tra-
dition dictates that no home be
the same color as its neighbor.
The resulting kaleidoscope of
pastels Is one of the most
charming facets of the island's
unique atmosphere.
\ walk through downtown
Oranjestad offers exciting shop-
ting possibilities. Fine products
nun the- world oxer are avail-
able at free-port prices. You'll
also want to see tjue. n Wil-
belmiiia Park and Fort Withelm
III. which was built in 1708.
All of Aruba is easily acces-
Bible from the city and the is-
lands peculiar windswept ter-
rain offers many an Intriguing
sight One of the most interest-
ing of these Is the divi-divi tree.
Sculptured by the constant
trade winds, this tree defies na-
ture's norms by growing side-
way*.
From Aruba the Nieuw Am-
sterdam then saiN for "
Onaira, the port city of Caracas,
the capital of Venezuela, fl i
separated Into two distinct sec-
tors the ancient city, with
its charming architecture, and
the new Caracas with enormous
superblocks, regular squadrons
,f cement buildings painted in
tivid color-, spread over the
lillsides
The heart of new Caracas is
be Centra Bottvar the Rook-
feller (enter of Venezuela
an imposing group of buildings
culminating hi two M-Sterj
towers. and the eight .an.
\M-nida liolivar. which passes
through the center. But ( arae-
is not all ultramodern. In the
old section youean x Kit Simon
Bolivar's home where- this fw-
iam flayer wa, born and the
A man. a girl, the moon and a smooth sea are an unbeat-
able combination en the Promenade deck of the S/S Nieu.v
Amsterdam of Holland America Cruises.
National Pantheon, his tomb.
The CrU SO next calls at Pamp-
atar on fsla de Margarita which
is only 24 miles off the coast of
South America. Some cay that
Margarita is truly the last ol
the undiscovered Caribbean
islands.
To ecstatic Venezuelans, who
regard the island as a South
American Tahiti, it has been a
familiar place almost since Co-
lumbus discovered it. But for
Americans, Margarita remains
uniquely unknown and untouch-
ed. The fishing and snorkelim;
oil its shores are unbeatable
and its beaches are excellent
and virtually unused.
Pampatar, where* the Nieuw
Ainst.-rdam arrives, has a fam-
ous colonial church and the-
Castle of San Carlos Borromeo.
a jewe-l of colonial arehite-cture.
Not far away is Porlaniar, the
island's largest city, which has
an interesting open-air market.
Here- you'll find odd-shn|M-d na-
tural pearls sinee the island
was tilt- world's major sour.-.-
ol these lovely items.
After prowling through gen-
tle Margarita's quaint villages,
you'll probably decide that there
is no better place to absorb the
sun. sand and sea.
Martinique Is nexl where
the ship arrives in Fort de
France, it- Capital. This sand
is the former home v.l Empress
Josephine, wife of Napoleon,
and Ml Pelee, the volcano that
. rupted m 1002 and destroyed
the entire 'own of St. Pi -rre,
I, axing 30.00 dead and one
survivor
Fort de France, a ihamiing
city of yellow-tinted MMIng*
oiler- a numlwr of site's for the
visitor such as old Fort St.
Louis and the Cathedral with
ils ornate, open spire. But
there's more to Martinique, too
high domed mountains. BU-
lierb lorests, vast sugar can.-
fields, banana and pine-apple
ilaut.it inns and lush Ironical
.i-getation.
As for .-.hop;ling, in Forl de
France there are the streets of
Rue Victor-Hugo, Rue Antoine
Siger and Rue Schoelcher where
one can find bargins in porce-
lain, crystal and French per-
fume.
Haul you arrive in Chariot tc
Anialie on St. Thomas, the
"shopping paradise" of the
Western Hemisphere. Leaving
the pier you can drive to Mue-
beard's Castle, once a fortress,
now a hotel. Here you'll see
the Tower, carefully restored
according to the original plaas.
Leaving Bluebeard's you can
'ontinue up Mafolie Hill to
Drake's Seat, a lookout point
which ghes you a lovely \iew
of Magens Bay and out across
Sir Francis Brake Channel to
the maaj American and British
Virgin Islands nearby.
Then it's on to Mo attain Top
lloi.-l where you ran sample
fie "speciality of the ho tee"
heir world-famous banana
daiquiri. Charlotte AmaUe -
shopping center is next. It's
[cult to enumerate the many
type- of targalns available
and most of them at duty-free
prices. And, don't forget cus-
toms still allow an extra SliK>
of duty-free purchases in tins
port and you can brine one full
gallon of "spirit-'' back duty-
free as w di.
Although St. Thomas is the
last port ol eall. the adventure
is not OVeW yet. There are SOI
eral more days and nights at
sea time to reininisee and
absorb what has been seen and
to exchange expert**!!-es with
teiiow passengers and new
friends.
Finally, when the Nieuw Am-
sterdam sails Into the harbor
it Port I-"' e.g.aiies. your Carib-
iea'1 cruise may be over, but
he happy memories will linger
in for many years to come.
For complete Information and brochures on the 16 Caribbean
cruises --ailing from Port Everglades write: Holland A
Cruise-. Department F, Pier 40. North River New York, N< I
York. 10014, or phone Fort I.auderdale 5654586,


Pcge 6
-Jew*********
Friday. May $.;
Rabbi Lelyveld Debunks
'Archie Bunker Syndrome'
There b no such thing as
h&rmfcss bigot any more than
there is such a thins as a friendly
cancer or a benign drug-pusher
or a lovable murderer or rapist."
Rabbi Arthur J. Lek/veld. pres-
ident of the American Jewish Con-
gress, makes this statement in an
article de-bunking "The Archie
Bunker Syndrome." appearing in
the current issues of Cistrni Bi-
weekly, official publication of the
organization.
Charging tne award-winning
-All in the Family" TV program
with creating "a new freedom to
be offensive." Rabbi Lelyveid de-
clares:
-If you would think for a mom-
ent about applying the same
technique erf ridicule, of merciless
satire, to other social evils of our
time, you would think twice about
applying lampooning and laughter
to bigotry.
"Slums are not entertainine
War is not entertaining. And htgo-
try is not entertaining."
The American Jewish Congress
president said his own children
now came home from junior high
school with -Poiak" jokes that
have been told to them by their
teachers.
When policemen are pigs' they
are fair game for the slaughterer.
When Polaks are stupid subnum-
an beings, when kikes are shrewd,
and dagos or wops are sly and
-derous. it is only one step
from the epithet to contempt, and
another step to discrimination,
and another step to persecution,
and the final step to the gas
chamber and systematic exter-
mination." be warned.
-I am not particularly striving
to be an alarmist. It is simply that
j that is the process through which
human prejudice moves." be
added.
Rabbi Lelyveld challenges the
assertion by defenders of the pro-
gram that Archie Bunker makes
people more "tolerant."
Tolerant of what?" he asks,
adding: "More tolerant of the
Archie and Edith Bunkers, the
stupid bigots and the well-mean-
ing knots. And be makes us more
tolerant of our own bigotries.
If we can laugh at Archie
Buaker and think that he is not
so bad after alL then we can put
up with our own selves and our
own prejudices and think that
they are not so bad after alL
"When Archie is left puzzled
Cleveland industrialist Mor-
ion L Mendel, who was re-
elected president of the Na-
Bawri Jewish We'iiare Board
at its recent convention in
Atlanta, announced his fam-
ily "s gjft of S200.000 kx the
establishment of a new com-
munity center in Kiryat Yam.
Israel.
^/Matter of 7*** hf
JOSEPH IISOP
Cent wwd 9mm P*e
genuinely heroic actions. They
should not be forgotten. But it
is equally important not to for-
get that ARVN with a unit-ra-
tio of about four against five.
was fully committed frorr. the
very beginning of the North
Vietnamese offensive
Almost from the first, in fact,
the Saigon government's army
had no reserves to speak of As
far as one can tell, moreover,
there are no reserves whatever
today That mean*, quite rim; .y
there is no fire brigade no
group of regiments to be thrown
into the action, and thus to
right the balance wherever
to go bai:>
ONLY FOOLS expect that
nothing will go badly anywhere
in a complex, bitter, bloody
war. To all appearances, at the
moment, the position in the
northern provinces has sudden-
ly taken a very bad turn for the
wcrse.
In the center, where the fail-
ure of the 22nd ARVN Division
left Kontum City exposed, it
could be even worse than in the
north But as stated, there is no
fire brigade to put out these
fires.
and defeated we find it funny. At
least we think we find it funny.
*4n reality, we are deeply saus-
' fied inside because Archie's defeat l
reinforces our feeling of superior- <
ity to that lower-middle-class
WASP ignoramus "
He asserts that the major sin
of "All in the Family" is that "it
is teaching our children disre-
: spect: disrespect for Archie and ;
! Edith Bunker, disrespect for
blacks and Jews and Italians and
people of Polish and other ethnic
i origins, disrespect for minorities
jand. especially, disrespect for all
of us disrespect for man." He
adds.
"Jews have traditionally har-
bored a deep respect for words
for the spoken word. Our respect
for words is derived from our re-
spect for the human person.
"Do not go about as a tale-bear-
er. Do not indulge in slander. Do
not bear false witness.
"And why not? Because you are
kedoahim because every human
being bears within him a spark of
the divine presence."
Jewish tradition abjures mock-
ing the deaf or the ignorant. Rabbi
Lelyveld declares, because even
though the objects of attack may
not be aware of the mockery, the
perpetrator and those who hear
him are harmed by this "disre-
, spect for human beings."
Writ Served On Publishers
Of The Oxford Dictionary
LONDON (JTA) Marcus Shlofcnovttz of Manchester^
served a writ against the Clarendon Press. puHlishers of fa
Oxford Dictionary, seeking an Injunction against their t* ,
allegedly derogatory definitions of the word "Jew."
The def initiom referred to are grasping or extarhoait. |
usurer." and "a trader who drives hard bargaining ^ ^.
craftily." The verb form of "Jew" is defined by the dicfcoosn.
a* to cheat."
The Clarendon Press declined comment on grounds the gj2
ter was sub judice 'before a court).
Fort Lauderdale Lodge Tt
Mark Israel's Anniversary
Israels 24th birthday will be
celebrated by the Fort Lauderdale
Lodge of B'nai B'rith at Temple
Emanu-El Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Dr. Alvin Colin has planned a
special program in honor of the
occasion; Richard Essen, a promi-
nent Miami attorney who 3 in-
volved in ADL and Federation ac- |
tivities. will be the guest speaker.
'Spring Fair1 Sunday
Temple Beth Israel will hold a I
Sprine Fair" on the site of the,
new building. 7100 West Oakland I
Park Blvd.. Sunday, from 11 a.m '
to 6 p.m. The community i< in
vited to participate in the al-
lies il iding game*, refreshments.,
3rd Israeli Elected
To National Acadean
Prof Yuval Neemtn, p^jj
M Tel Aviv thaventty who
been granted honorary me
ship in the L'.S National
emy of Scien<-e :. the, tW]
nadl to be elected as foreiea,
sociate of this pr rugous
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Israel Independence Day Message
By MOSHE OILBOA
Coiino! Geerl of Israel
to tb Southeast
jsraol will enter IU 25th year
of existence with more than three
I nullion citizens. I
for i) t*** ^b Uved i Ifra#l.
TViien it was established in 1948
Lhen Its total Jewish population
-and for the supporters of Israel
in the Jewish communities and
[friendly nations throughout the
jrorld. who remember the decisive
and dramatic wars threatening
the very existence of the State, |
this demographic growth repres-
[tots the greatest of victories and
I the mo DurinK one generation Israel's
I popular i'm has quadrupled, and!
thus growth does not include an-;
ether million inhabitants who live
I under Israel's authority in the
[newl.v-aiimini.stered territories.
The numerical growth is only one
djmenMi'n of the immense develop-
ments of the Jewish State sur-
passing the expectation of its;
founder, defenders. aid dreamers
I which are manifested in the di-
versities field of industrial and
flgriculturau growth, scientific in-
DOVStlona and achievements, the
! pronn'ti^n of educational stand-
ards and institutions, the speedy
rejuvenation, and creation of arts
I and cultuM and the huge strides
forward in the sphere of social in-
tegration and economic develop-
ment.
.. ishadowint; all these in
[ the most encouraging and reward-
ing pheMHMmn in Israel's life
the c 'i timious procau of the "In-
gathering of the Fxiles." which in
' fulfillment of the Mes-
sianic vision of our prophets and
j meaning and backbone of the re-
! naissance of the Jewish people in
i its ancient homeland.
The gates of Israel have been
widely opened since its establish-
ment and hu/idreds of thousands
or refugees as well as idealistic
Olim coming from more than 90
countries are now making Is-
rael their homeland.
This most exciting realization of
a long-lived dream was carried out
despite repeated threats, acts of
violent indiscriminate terrorism,
and wars launched asjainst Israel
by its Arab neighbors helped by
their supporters.
Last year, during the 24th year
of Israel's existence which comes
to an end now. immigration to Is-
rael reached a dramatic peak with
the arrival of thousands of Jews
from Russia and other countries
from which Jewish immigration
was previously barred.
Only a small part of the Jews
in Russia were allowed to leave
and join their brothers and fam-
ilies in Israel, however, and the
struggle for their basic human
rights, including the right to emi-
crate jJiould continue persistently.
During 1971. an average of 100
immigrants came daily to Israel,
including Jews from Russia, Eu-
rope. Latin America, U.S.A.. and
ether countries. Despite the in-
flux of immigrants, who had to be
provided with housing, social serv-
ices, employment and professional
retraining, Israel has succeeded
in maintaining full employment
expanding its industrial and agri-
cultural exports, and s|>eeding up
the rate of construction of new
settlements, roads and networks
jot transportation and communica-
tion.
Israel will have to carry on in-
xhaustably with its main chal-
lenge of developing the country,
absorbing growing numbers of im-
migrants, and keeping a watching
| eye on its neighbors, being ready
I to face any possible attack or ter-
rorist activities against its citi-
zens responding if necessary in
o way which will convince the
enemies that no such adventure
i-ays and the only solution for the
countries of the Middle East is
peace.
To accomplish these historical
and meaningful tasks and meet so-
cial, economic, and educational
and domestic needs which re-
sulted because of a generation of
uninterrupted dynamic growth
is very difficult and enormously
I burdening on Israel's limited re-
: sources.
She will no doubt be assisted.
! as in the past, by Jewish indivi-
. duals and the Jewish communities
' throughout the world as well as
' by friendly nations and support-
ers, headed by the United States
through whose cooperation, under-
' standing, friendship, and partner-
' ship Israel's accomplishments
were made possible and its pur-
. suit of peace and progress in the
Middle F:ast will be continued.
Confirmation Service Set At Temple Emanu-EI Sunday
The confirmation class has pre-
pared confirmation services er-
titled "Collage 72 In Search
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Confirmation certificates will be
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">onna Berns, Irene Field, David
Gold, Lisa Kohner, Gregg Mo
Closky, Mitchell Magill, Lisa No-
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Schagrin, Charles Slatkoff, Diana
presented to 13 confirmands, in- < Torn and Barbara Woolf.
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Quoth (he Maven
by Beverly King Pollock
A PERFECT ARRANGEMENT
We have always prided ourselves on Hie n.>a:' perfect, tntcrnatl tiial
brnnsemenl t our family. Flral boy, then a girl, glr] and boj
ttdi three school yean apart.
And excepl for a little lumuli (hit year, with two kirlv jn college
coming confirmation. Collage graduation and s<>on a Bar Mitzvah,
things have worked out fairly well.
Hut we hadn't counted on wWhat's>Ms>Bame," the guy with tin
brown ryes who*i been hanging around 'ho houae for the last two oi
|threi years or maybe lour. For the other day our daughter cam? to
band said, '"What's-his-name1 and I are going to get married."
\!% husband said. "What?"
And i Mid, "What?"
And she ^ii.l it again.
And i Mid, "He'll have to a>k your father first."
And my daughter said, "Oh. Mother, that's so suburban! fShi
|f a.i>- uses that argument to show how utwosniopolitan 1 can
Then my hiwhand caught his breath and Mid, "Do you think I
I- rive awa\ my prize possess!* n u< fust anj boy who hang;
L.wun.i For two or three or maybe four years? We've go) '> talk man-
IhHnan "
So > daughter arranged '" have a meeting. Mj husband and I
in the living room when "What's-his-name" bitm I I
tnadi myself comfortable as we four staited to talk about the
Mather, 'The other children had been warned that to make an .ip-
would mean the death aenaltj or at keaal revocation of icle-
|\in.uii privilagas for a week.?
The next thing I knew my daughter was calling me to my bed-
[mom which k a couple doors away and the men were toy themselves
|(A college junior IS called a man. Isn't hi I
I told my daughter to be quiet to I could listen in and she said
'No Suppose he says the wrong thing and I'll be embarrassed for
pim and what will Daddy say?"
And I said. 'You've known your father longer than you've known
I'What >-lv.s-name.' Would he ever let you down? '
And my daughter said. "Suppose Daddj says no?"
And i .said, -if you'll shut up long enough, maybe we can hear."
Bu' she kept talking to keep me from listening and 'he paced and
sjrven perspired And leaning against the door I could hear nothing.
Once my daughter stopped talking long enough to catch hci
breath and 1 heard my huasjand say "historic ecoaslan" but n.> more
Then the bedroom door jerked open and I almost fell on my face. It
|v.i number two ^on.
'Is my Bar Mitzvah paper in here?" he asked.
I started to threaten his life, but h sought a roprievt "Wanns
ar what they said-" ha asked I Just accidentally was near the
Yes, yes!" m> daughter -aid.
What's-his-name' said he'd work part time and you'd have steak
week and chicken once n week and ."
For the second time the door opened. My husband told me and
|' daughter to come out and said we should do something to celebrate,
wondered how. And then we remembered the remnants l the
Wine in the refrigerator. Wi drank a toast,
i started to move my hands without talking and "What'a-his-
ratber, "You-know-who" said I seemed to want to -a> some
king and 1 said all I wanted from the bo} my daUfhtei named was
I h ngs: First, he should low her like crazy. tHe assured mi
fhat was no problem.' And second. I want them both to continue to
wnain : e to their families (and he sal I hadn't we known him long
1 h to know that he likes OS?).
Then we called in the other children from their cells and told
'"n t. n.-ws and they acted surprised enough to win an academj
I
I said to my daughter, "But your.....young to be engaged You re
19"
And my daughter said, "How old were you when you became en-
aged Mother?"
And 1 said. "Nineteen."
Then I said. "But I was 20 "hen I get married."
And my daughter said. "I II be 20 when I get mar.,,,1 too. 1 hen
fhe smiled. "You'll be a very young-looking mother-in-law.
1 tried to smile too.
Temple Emanu-EI To
Elect New Officers
Temple Kmanu-Kl will elect its
nfrajr-n for |?2-73 at tie annual
meeting scheduled Sunday at S p.m.
Nominees for ofliau" aod_bun>*d
positions include Ludwik Bro-Jzki,|
president; Elliot Barnctt, first vl e
president; Gerald Rnrl/ivill, :.cc-:
ond vice president; I.eonard Toi-
lier, treasurer; Edward Joffc, fi-
nancial secretary, and Mrs Jo-1
seph Sohasrin. recording secretary.
Trustees named for two-year I
terms arc Ted Keen. Robert Her-
mann, Melvtn Kohner, Harold
Krause, Col. Jack Lewis, Stanley
. Lowen Bernard Etlah, Sol Robin-
son, Al Roth, and Ted Sobo
Trustees lone-year terms' in-
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Sabra, Dr. William Fletcher, Dr.
Arthur Segaul, Mrs. Joseph Ifer-
nove, William Neifeld, Henry
Sterngold, Allan Baer, Peter t.nw-
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Religion Is Here To Stay
By RABBI AKIVA BRILLIAN'T moral standards and principles and
Temple Beth Israel the peril of defection from ancient
and eternal traditions and ideals.
There aro several approaches
Question
Box
that may bo taken in the under-
standing of modern day 1 elision.
One major ap-
proach which i*
substantial seg-
m sni of people
might be
the "Gimmick
Approach." The
number of gim-
i-. ri I-
act i '
n hi '' e find
Rabbi Brilliant
By RABBI SAMIKL i. VOX
What is meant by the term
t Ashkrnazlc Jews?"
They relied on the power of the1 .j^ is a g>enPrai term which
word, but they s|>oke with truth |Cfors t0 jcvvs who 1 nine from
and sincerity and they were ac- central and Eastern Europe. The
in.>ts. relying even on political pame "Ashkenaz" is found in the
action when it became necessary. pjDje (Genesis 10:3) as the name
Todav religion needs no new <" "f he s,,ns of Gomer'
gadgets or spectacular rituals. Rabbinic literature gave this
What it DOES need is the Strength name to the area of Central hu-
of sincerity, conviction, courage rope. The first reference In this
and faith, in itself and in its mes- respect is Hasdal Ibn Shaprut
sage. in his letter to the King of the
Khazars where he si 1 ata rs of the
It isn't religion thai needs to Jews of Germany as being Ash-
adjust to our time. Rather it i.< Cnazic Jews. S ich Jews usually
1 "> our time that needs to a trace ,. ;. back to the
'- the high standards of the Jewish Palestinian tradition,
egory would In- tradition.
elude v.\77. music i:i religious serv- Whal la meanl 03 "Sephardk
; and opera style wrv- I am sure that tl 0 .i,..s
plays that aro quite often the Communist regimes have Thp v.()|.(! S( .,,, is found |n
esoteric in nat ir iting for tried, to the best of their ability, tne prophetic 111 (Obadlah
a ligious service, faith healing, to stifle and silence the voices of ]::?0l In the Middle Ages this
ESP-type encounters, etc. Al > but without ess. ,,,., \tKUn6 associated with the
these are designed to b attention- In all of their lands is Jewt ,f southern Europt
getting and spectacular. still very much alive and attract- ,,Uy s.,.liri ;in,| Portugal. Tlese
ii g to 1 II new strength even Tpws trace thcir tradition hack to
There are these, however who a.,luli: >outh. ;hc tra(iiti))n Hal.vl-.nia.
are ol the thought that such s> n-
sational or spectacular, momen- Religion is too powerful a force The author of the Shulchan
tary appeals to attention ar.> not [n ]jre to fear destruction from An eh was a Sephardk Jew who
acceptable in terms of religious J the outside. Its only dai migrated to Israel (Joseph Karol
behaviorism. This school of thought In the defection of its own adher- In order to bring his hasie text u;
would rather have religion con-1 cnta, the watering down of its own to date for Ashkena/ic Jews 1
cem itself with the basic luuda-1 principles, and in the superficial gloat was written by Rabbi Moses
mental policy of making religion use of spectacular an i-serles. The Sephardk Jews do
a genuine instrument in the life of gadgets to attract momentary at- not accept this gloss with its an-
SOCiety and the world for its bet- tention. roted laws as binding. In some
terment. They would prefer to re- measure, this is one of the basic
turn to the approach which the Religion is he-e to stay. It is (jifferences between the two
ancient prophets of Israel aceoted our hope that those who are >s! Jewries. This is the reason v.hv
,*<.,. h--i !'a,i"rS .*" i,S fo'lou,r "V there are two chief rabbis in Is-
The ancient prophets tr.ed no make 0f ,t a mighty force to .
new ceremonials, they introduced change this sad world of ours into
no jazz music and they did no' tno Kingdom of God.
deal in psychedelic drugs. If they
used sometimes dramatic mear* to | Once again, the famous mes.
, ; sate of the God of Israel spoken
call attention to their message, it ^ (|)c ,hreshoM of ,hei_ ertr:incn
was something inherent to what into tnP prornised Land resounds
they had to say. and it stressed for our time.
the danger of compromise with
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fore choose life, that thou mayesl
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Page 11
fORtIGN newsletter
By 5.1. Goldsmith
Backlash At The Zionist Federation
AFTER SEVENTY years of
calm and respectable exist-
ence, the British Zionist ""edc.a-
tion is i" 'be throes of a crisis
which may well split it up I to
component parts.
flu I'oale Zion have issued a
statement saying that they do
not accept the results of the
rating '>' ,n'' 71st anniial r"r--
ren?nc This is very odd. It Ls
as if Menaehem Bcigin had said
that ho did not accept Goida
Meir's election.
I hardly need explain that the
Poale Zion have Buffeted a de-
tent at the conference. Their
candxiatis for the chairmanship
and treasurership were beaten
bj general Zionist- (Confedera-
tion brand), and they emerged
with only an assistant honoiiiy
not for the fact that the British
secretary.
The general Zionist* described
the attitude of the Poale /.ion
as "childish" i in a statemenl to
the JTAi. They have a ]>oint
there, to.), For the Poale Zion
argue that the general Zionists
had .joined forces with Herat to
deprive them of influence within
he Federation (they don't put
it so elegantly but let that pass).
Coalition during elections are
not unknown and not considered
a crime against democracy. But
there was no such arrangement
anyway.
The truth I* that the Poale
Zion are bad lasers. But the
story would hardly have been
.vorth telling in print were it
Zionist Federation seems to have
caught the disease of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation, except
that it % much more serious
here, because the AZF Is a re-
cent phenomenon, almost an ad
hoc creation, while the BrhUh
ZF is the powerhouse of Brit-
ish Zionism and not a mere i >-
ordinaling body.
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER
By Corl Alpert
Only In Israel-News Items
yiiK odd. the Imsiai,, the unexpected, the
' :nt. the bi/arre. the comic are all to be found
in a fistful of news items from Israel. I dip into
Inn grab-bag. and conn up with:
Student Protest Israeli students have found
ffective ways ol expressing protest. To dram-
atize their objection to what they considered un-
, u construction plans for Mount Scopus, a
Croup oi Hebrew University students went out to
I the spot and planted loo cypress treat.
The Bar-l.ev Eire Israel's chief of staff, re-
|cently retired, Opposed long hair on the grounds it
; with a soldier's military efficiency. The
han line, below which sideburns were not permitted
to iriow is known popularly by his name
Israels Spinach The green vegetable is not
too well known, and certainly vary unpopular
among Israel's children. Hence the producers of a
hil.lien's show. "Popeye, King of Israel," made
their hero more realistic to local youngsters by
having him consume large quantities of falafel In-
stead.
EoN ot KuhIim-** The income tax office seeks
to improve its public image by sending a form let-
ter to new businesses, wishing them success, pros-
perity and lots of business Such a form was re-
eeived by a Lydda man who set up a workshop for
the carving of tombstones.
TaliiHSrtli Authority In the respected scientific
journal, "Chemistry in Britain." Teehnion*s Prof.
David Glnsburg corrects a convsixmctent who bad
erroneously credited him with coining a new term.
The Israeli gives proper credit and adds: "It had
been ing Rabbi Hanina, Megilla. 15. 1 ra 275> that he
who ascribes a citation unto its author brings re-
Book Nfjg By SEYMOUR B. LIEBMAN
Reform Judaism-Then And Now
"Till-: Rtt>OK Reform Judaism Then and Now by
Sylvan D. Schwartzman (UAHC S.Y50> is an
attempt by a Reform raWii to answer some of the
"many problems that trouble tin
movement today." The author
deals with "live Issues."
As a non-Reform Jew, one a-ks
why a black baccaleaurate gown
is called "a rabbinical robe:" a
tallit is now an "atarah;" the tem-
ple the surrogate for the Jewish
boms; candlelight ing : nd klddush
at 8:30 p.m. in the temple wit'i
the kiddush prrceding the lighting of the candles.
hub is oarMCl Prof. Leonard Fein's figure
24.311 aggregate Reform membership in U.S.
< anadian temples" or S.hw art/man's figure
million? These questions are far from the
total number that arises from reading the book.
The author's valiant effort il a |>ersonal expo-
dnce WC have read some other works by hi*
ea tes e-g., Martin M. Parley who. in his art-
icle, I'm a Drop-Out Rabbi." wrote that after .'_'
0l preaehlng and teaching Judaism the |>ro-
phetic Judaism which is Reform's sole Justification
Kistence I had taught my people nothing. Foi
them, Reform still meant an easy, undemanding
- Of identification as Jews in a society where
religious affiliation is the hallmark of respectabl-
ity."
Sehwartzman's work has some excellent his-
torical material but most of its is not germane to
the avowed punse of his book. The part of the
title, "then and now," is partially indicative of the
attempt by some of his colleagues to justify Re-
form, which has undergone some major shifts in
platform and thrust. None of these |>eople follow
the ciiteria set up by a noted Reform theologian,
Eugene Horowitz, who wrote, "Previous genera-
tions of liberal Jews often acted as if Judaism had
to Justify itself to the Jew. I am arguing that mak-
ing Jewish primary i instead of change i calls on
me to Justify myself when I dissent from it."
.Michael Wyschofrod, professor of philosphy at
C.U.N.Y., in commenting on Borovvitz' A New Jew-
ish Theology in the Making, wrote that "there is no
longer (at least for Borowitz) an attitude for sit-
ting in Judgment with confidence that the stand-
point from which the judgment emanates is that of
modernity, enlightenment and science, as superior
to the ancient mind as the airliner to the oxcart."
One cannot avoid comparing Reform's ecclect-
Iclsm of "prophetic Judaism'.' (it does not embrace
all ,.| ,.i if with the Ethical Culture Movement
tinted with, to use Rabbi Roland Gittelson's phrase.
so Protestanized in the V.S."
DATELINE JERUSALEM
By Amos Ben-Vered
Movies By Trial And Error
ISRAELI MOVIE ACTORS sometimes succe.Ml on
a world scale, but Israeli movies themselves have
Dt to make their mark. They proceed by the trial
land error method. Often it is the audience's pa-
Itlence that Is being tried. There is no distinct Is-
[raeli style of movies yet. as there is a Greek or
I Swedish style. There is no group of films that can
[be classed as belonging to one school, whether the
[classic three-act type, or the modern style where
[time is seen through a kaleidoscope, or the story, or
['he non-story that has no beginning and ends some-
where in the middle. All have been attempted; ol
[the hundred or so movies that have rjeen made her.-.
I*ery few succeeded.
There was "Salah Shabati," the story of an
immigrant from an oriental country whose daugh-
1(t fell in love with a kibbutz member. The kibbutz
l^' ntually had to give in to the demand of the
lather, based on custom, that it pay dowTy for the
Kirl. Salah Shabati (played, incidentally, by Topol>
k'came famous. But it was a one-shot affair.
Lack of professionals Is the main obstacle. Even
the most professional of them. Menaehem Golan, is
a theater director. Usually movies hen- are mad.- by
onseone, often an obscure cameraman or assistant
director, who has been able to persuade a wouM-be
patron of the arts to put up the money. The result
Is that the director may be good but not the actorv
or the electricians, cameraman, film editor, the
color lab. the sound mix, or any of the dozens of
ingredients that go into making a good movie.
An American firm, Sarco Westerns Interna-
tional of Chicago, III, is completing the building of
a western town to attract foreign movie-makers. It
Is a half hour'- drive from here, at the beginning of
the hilly ground, and includes a church. courthoMsc.
school-, Wells Fargo, blacksmths. barn, saloon,
sheriffs office, bank, tail, all complete with interi-
ors, a corral and 10 different exterior scenes. If
movie makers do come, they may eventually pro-
vide the cadre of teal professionals that Israels
movies sorely need
demption unto the world." And h* concludes: "OUT
world indeed requites redemption"
Kibbutz. Ingenuity A member of Kibbutz Daf-
ne. visiting in Spain, was unable to afford the price
oi admission to a bull fight. Standing by a side
entrance he heard men give a password, and enter.
One said "Picador;" another said Toreador." and
both were admitted. Our kibbut/.nik stepped up,
boldl) proclaimed "Trumpeldor," and found him-
self inside the stadium.
Instant Kahlii The Israel telephone service is
now inaugurating a special number which sub-
scribers can dial and obtain immediate answers to
i Igloua questions dealing with kashruth holidays,
conversion, etc.
Standards Are Similar Zurith. of kibbutz
Makboshlim. won the title of "Beauty Queen of
Northern District Cows." The judges' criteria: A
cow must be well built, have a straight back, a
deep body and good legs, with wide ribs which en-
able her to breathe deeply. But above all she must
have good udders, well formed, productive, and mea-
ly fitted to her body."
Sure Eire Appeal A Haifa educator, seeking
to attract a maximum attendance of parents to his
lecture on educational problems, announced his sub-
ject: "How to Educate our Gifted Child." The
auditorium was full.
Strictly by Timetable Xewspa|>ermen, calling
the ,s|H)kesman of the Israel Railways at his home
to obtain information on an accident, were told
that since the company had discontinued covering
his home phone bill, he would answer questions
about railroad affairs only during working hours
We Aim to IMease A Tel Aviv restaurant.
disturbed because many patrons snubbed out their
cigarettes in the coffee cups, put up a sign: 'If
you wish to extinguish your cigarettes please ad-
vise us and we shall serve your coffee in an ash-
tray."
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Thai \ersalile Rabbi
CiA\ men REACH the hel ;hts ol excellence and
versatility attained bj Rabbi James Heller, vim
died recentIv in Cincinnati. Dr. Heller could -day
bridge like a professional He wrote
music and program notes like a
professional musicologist. His writ-
ings glisten and are on a level
with the works of any man who
lives by tb.' pen. Hi- biography of
Isaac Wise is a stylistic master-
pi. ce.
But most of all Dr. Heller was
m expoander of Judaism. He did
did It tor yean in the Isaac Wise Temple in Cin-
cinnati He derived his love for Judaism from his
own father. Rabbi Max Heller, once of New Or-
leans.
Max Heller was himself a notable personage.
\t the turn of the century when almost all Reform
rabbis were anti-Zionist, Max Heller became a dis-
ciple of HerzL In spite of that, he was made pres-
ident of the Reform rabbinic group: the Central
Conference of American Rabbis, a post James Hel-
ler also occupied.
James Heller, a Reform Rabbi, became tho
darling of the mainly Yiddish-speaking Labor Zion-
ists and was elevated to the presidency of the Poale
Zion. He devoted his elosjuence and his charm and
his braininess to the cause of better relations be-
tweea Israel and the United States, He was one of
those responsible for the establishment of the State
How sad that we have lost this person of verve
and versatility: Let us keep alive his words and his
works.


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