The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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

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

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

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Number 18
June 30, 1972
Price 20 cents
SENT TO DEFEND KAMIKAZE GUNMAN?
apanese Attorney Denied Admittance
......'.IV iJTAi Police at
t refuMd entry
vet k '') HlrtHhi
, attorney who
i engaged by the
[. ni iluunoto in de-
I mlkaze" gunman
[ the LyOda Airport
massacre May 30. They were
acting < terior Ministry, which checked
Shoji's record and found him to
be linked to extreme leftist and
anarchist groups in Japan.
The Japanese lawyer was a
passenger aboard a boac plane

News Briefs
Fiddler" Longest Running Broadway Show
NEW Y"kK iJTA> ''Fid,'lor on the Roof played its 3,225th
and surpassed "Life With Father" as the longest
In Broadway history the night of June 17. "Fiddler."
In September l!*1'"! t" mixed reviews, has returned
to its investors, who originally paid 1375,000 to mount
to producer Harold Prince. Paul Upson, who was
|-brcaking performance had been In the show
rial rehearsals, for a total of 3.225 performances
;'- Ti ye.
aldluini: Jarring Mission At "Dead End"
WNS) U.N. Secretary General Dr Kurt Waldheim,
r d the Presidents Conference of the i itlon for
aid the mission ol Gunnar V. Jarring, UN. Mid
iati r, had reache dead Waldheim said
lb reactivated onlyaftei th two sides will have
uUnssa to renew their contacts with him."
|Mruti luin Begin To Address Convention
RK Menachem
Pai tj will address the 75th v' itioi al Jul lei l' i
I
ier, national l!"' /-A "'
ttee, announi '"1 this wi k
JDI. Member* Accused In Fire-Bombing
; mn,-. i. .; the Jewlsl I'
; Li have been am sted and chars, I with
Concert Inc., and C >\a
b nu ;it. both of whl h i rai e U S tours ol S
I 0f tl irged th bombing both ofl ces,
I f J l! *'lth '.'"'
I \ lists fire-bombing, was reli ''''
I m w, re responsibli for the b
I ise iiiii foi th
Jewish Graves In Oran To Be Relocated
I Al ;n wns! \ Jewish cemetery In Oran will be
I ., public works project. Two thousand graves will
I relocated from a strip ol cemetery Ian appropriated by
The n it of the cemetery will not be disturbed.
kporl To Be Withheld 10-20 Years
VSHINGTON 'WNS' A White House -;- kesma i sai I the
I th summit conference, Including anj discussion of the
I ,: uue, would be withheld from the public for at
Th* minutes are classified "Top Secret" by both the i .S.
I U.S.S.R,
Syrian MIGs Overfly Golan
TEL AVIV (JTAt Four Syrian MIG-21s overflew Israeli
positions in the Golan Heights Friday, a military spokesman an-
Inounced. Th? spokesman said Israeli jets were sent up to intercept
b"t did not say whether contact was made. According to the an-
[nouncement. the Syrian overflight began in the southeastern Ooian
lights at the Junction of the Israeli. Syrian and Jordanian borders
I a* continued due north along the cease-fire line, leaving Israel, air-
I^Pace in the Kuneitra region. ,
Four Syrian Soldiers Killed In Golan Heights
TEL AVIV (WNS) Four Syrian soldiers on an intelligence
mission were killed in a clash with an Israeli patrol near Houshani-
I Wi on the Golan Heights. Two Israelis were woundi-d.
Israeli Panthers Arrested In Bomb Plot
JERUSALEM (WNS)-Five Black Panthers were *
|Wd charged with planning to bomb the offices of the MMus-
pn* League. Two of the arrested were found in a car containing
Molotov cocktails near the JDL office. The other three were loiter-
% nearby.
arriving at Lydda shortly to
midnight. He was restricted to
the plane during its 45 minute
lavover and was aboard when it
t k>k off for its next destination,
Ti hi ran. He exchanged angry
words with the police Inspector
who informed him of the ban
and vowed he would "find an-
other way tn enter Israel."
Israeli officials doubted that
he hail been engaged by Oka-
noto's family and said his trip
to Israel may have Iteen ar-
ranged by extremist organiza-
tionshis record revealed that
he resigned from the Japanese
Foreign Ministry after being in-
volved in an espionage affair.
Under Israeli law only a mem-
ber nf the Israeli Bar may ap-
pear in rourt on behalf of a cli-
ent. A foreign lawyer may as-
sist him, however, and if the
prisoner's family wishes to send
a lawyer to assisl In his defense,
the main requirement would be
that such an individual pass a
thorough investigation.
it Deemed quite certain that *he
military tribunal trying the ter-
rorist will have to appoint a
lawyer to defend him. The Israel
Bar Association has had no suc-
cess thus far in finding a lawyer
who will take the ease.
Vastest) Hagler, the Tel Aviv
attorney assigned as defense
counsel, resigned last weekend
after two meetings with the ac-
cused. He charged that Oka-
nioto. who re|>ortcdly wants to
be executed, refused to cooper-
ate with him.
According to Israe" penal law,
a defendant is entitled to the
best possible legal advice. The
military tribunal is believed to
be considering a prominent law-
yer who is a member of the
Army Reserve for the task. He
v ould i' recalled to active d ty
for the trial in the event the
Bar Association falls to fii
equate counsel for the d<
ant.
I.t. Col. David Israeli, the
chief military prosecutor, pre-
sented an indictment against
( IkamotO Friday on four charges
three of which could have re-
sulted in the death penalty hail
the tribunal's composition per-
mitted it. According to Israeli
law, a military court may im-
pose capital punishment only if
at least two of its members are
Jurists. Of the three members
appointed by the Army Chief of
Staff. Gen David Ela/ar. only
one is a lawyer.
ADL Savs Times
Ad Was 'i Jbeloiw9
NEW YORK i\VNS. The
Anti-Defamation League lADL)
nai B'rith, in a full page \\
h ap| eared In the New York
Times June 17, calle' Norman
F, Dacey, author of the
telling hook "How to Avoid
ite," an active pro-Ara '
who uses the kind of anti-S
nol heard in many years.
ADL was referring to Mr.
Harry's full-page ad which ap-
lieared In the Times June i as
ip. !. >tter to Pre!
Nixon" which condemned the
his "blind ?u]
of Israel and, i ,,',,
. charged Israel with
... I with
\ ans"
In its 4 i i led rebuttal to Mr.
'
b June i fan a-
advertisement libels Am >r-
.'. i ish citl* ns, oes b
bounds of good tasl
Ii American government
ncluding the Pr -t-
, i;t with innuend >. and ; re-
sents half-truths, outrighl !n-
acies and undocumi
say a* facts." ____
Labor Alignment Ponders
Replacement For Shapiro
JERUSALEM IJTA) -
mier Golda Mcir took ovi
Justii Ministry portfolio June
11 as her Labor Alignment
dered the choice of a rei
meni i-~ Minister Yaacev Shim-
shon Shapiro, who resi
June ii.'. fAccording I i '- "'
\uw, the premei takes over
Cabinet po: ts ma I vacant by
nations, i
Soiirc.-s cloat ta Mrs. Melr
told the ITA she favors Hahn
fcadok, 55. chairman it the
Knesset'i Foreljn Affairs and
Security < ommlttee, for the i>-t.
They iirWcsted, however, thai
Mrs.* Melr probably win not name
., ,,evv minister at least UBlt'J
alter her return from the So-
cialist International meeting i"
\ lenna next month.
\ wording to sou- s
delay Is Intentional to all >w
the public furor over Shapiros
:. -i nation to subside and to
the Partj leadership time
-. leel a new minister I ith
the proper judicial and politl al
credentials.
Mr, /.adok, one of the coun-
try's top lawyers, was di
ney general 1SIMS8 a*.id
i briefly in the Cabin
Minister of Commerce an
1965-66, bul n
over differences with Fit
Pinhas Sapir. Som
, |( exp esse i Coubt he w uld
Is thriving practi
th. government.
Shapiro, hn had beeomr a
controversial figure tm a result
of the N'-tivi N<-ft beai
told the Knesset be reslgne I '"-
CHUB* ol "SB incessant and un-
bearable stream ot pcrs..i ai de-
nigration and suspicion,."
p iiitical sources said thi rov-
ould name an Int '*
i.ter to set e at
ions nexl
0 ould fill Shapiro's seat '
shuffline. the Cabinet.________|
ADL OFFICIAL WARNS
Black-Jewish Relations At Low Ebb
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
,JTAi An official of the B'nal
B'rith's Anti-Defamation U
I -m.i.i who said thai "Black-
jew.sh relations have reached
,he lowest ebb in th.? United
States," urged Jews to regain
their perspective in order to see
the conflict in its proper con-
text as part of the pers.sunt
economic, social and politico
problems of the nation that Mil
cry for solution.
Addressing 2,000 delegates at
the 120th annual convention of
B'nai B'rith District 1 here, Alex-
ander F Miller, director of the
ADL's Community Service Divi-
sion, chided Jews for being "pre-
occupied by the violence, the
anti-Semitism and the quest for
special treatment stemming from
the black community almost to
the exclusion of all other domes-
tic Jewish issues.
As for the black comouin.tv "
Mr. MiMei said. "I am not nearly
as sure as are so many Of our
eonstitiients that iinti Semitism
is its main concern. Blacks have
too many other problems whuh
mvnpy '" ro^ "P'-,',"t
place on their agenda of priori-
ties."
Mr Miller conceded that "to
deny that anti-Jewish feeling has
been intensified in certain ele-
ments of the black community
is to close one's eyes to a po-
tentially dangerous thrust." But
he urged Jews not to overlook
or forget "that the po.ver Jase
in the United States does not
reside in the black minority,
nor are the blacks the brokers
or levers or the instruments of
power.
"The real power." Mr. M'ller
declared, "reside* In the white
Christian majority. A" "*-
Israel resolution by thr National
Black Political Convention will
do little to affect the security
ol Israel although it may under-
mine domestic black-Jewish re-
lation*," he said.
Part of the problem of Jew-
ish concern with blacks has been
the anxiety of Jews concerning
a number of issues such as pref-
erential treatment, the merit
system, seatter-site housing, bus-
ing and cross-busing." Mr. Miller
observed.
"Those matters are not sckly
the concern of the Jewish or
black communities but cut across
the entire American community,
and making these issues into
conflict points between Jews and
blacks adds to the current abra-
Continued from Pass sV


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Histadrut Aids Israeli Arabs
Seeking Total Involvement
Arab youth in Israel .< n -i fer-
vnl. But it is BOt hm JFV&\j
tion but the dedr* to enter a
quickly a< i>os stream ot Israeli life politically
economically and culturally. Thi-
L- the view of one of Israels now
genentton," 29-year-old !#**!
Mns^aiah. MClVtUy o( the H:-ta-
drui Movement for Youth Worker-
and Student*.
Interviewed during a flying
visit to Miami, in the midst of a
country-ui;e tour as a guest of
tn- I'.S. Department of Lar
Bureau of International Labor Af-
fairs. Mr. Massalah m qukk to
point out that many doors .vere
N Cinnn,- to open in Israel to 'he
jounger jeneration of Arabs -' cauce thtie i< no segregation ei-
ther in opportunities for vduca-
t n aid employment."
In company with Kmile Sabas,
gtM ral MtHty of the Labor
Council of Beershoba. the capita".
c. ;. of the NYee.. Mr. Massdah
i em hL< tour in Washington, DC
n Qev to Miami. Nea Orleam
and Atlanta, meeting with -ride
unionists. Bovernment 'abor of-
.- and one particularly n
,n with the black ac-
: Soathern Christian Lender
ice.
^heba b the official dter
eJtj of Dade County, and th
ot the South Florida Medical Ou-
ter ipanaaeai by the Hi-ta'rut
Council here.
"Naturally, 'bey were Intrigued
b) -ho fact that I M an Arab
State o: brad and .1 bit
RkepUcal," said Mr. Ma-salah in
h.- cultured, accented Ene'i Wh eh reflects his trainine a; Te:
Aviv Univertity where he makved
faa -diti.-al sci.nce and labor eco-
nomics.
The two key questions were-
ba t there segregation hetweer.
Arabs and Jews in Israel with you-
I- ipftt suffering? How can you.
claiming to be an Israeli citia>n.
r<-riain faithful in the struggle go-
ing on between the Arab -tates
and Israel?"
Mr. Massalah said that hi- re-
sponse was to draw a graphic ac-
count of the work that Ik- is "fling
through Hi young people in the Arab visages
that are within the State of Israel
and the occupied territory of the
W.st Bank and the Gaza Btrtft,
He spoke of the 170 agricultural 1
eooiwratfves in the Arab section-"-
for irrigation, housing con*truc-
tion, transportation and rommuni-
cations.
They were impressed to h?ar
about five Arab high schools which !
are in Arab \illages under loca' 1
eontn.l and to know that over 50 (
Arab youths are attending the
A-mal technical school of Histadru'
in Nazareth." Mr. Massalah ob-
served Greater Miami Jewry built
the Amal school in Ramlr-h
through the local tUstadrat cam-
pnhm
Measures Sought To
Reduce Yordim Rate
TEL AVIV IWNS1 -- Hillel
Ashkenazi. director genera) of the
Absorption Ministry, is seeking
measures to reduce the rate of
returnees lyordkn) among immi-
grants from Western nations. He
said 9': of the immigrants leave
Israel after the first year and
another .V. after the second year.
There were no returnees among
immigrants from Kastem Europe,
but a small number of Jewish
emigres from the I'SSR have lift
after immigrating here. Mr. Ash-
kena/i said.
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Israel Plans
No Punitive
Action: Eban
COPENHAGEN 'JTAi
Foreign Minister Anna Kba-i of
Israel, who called on i>banrse
authorities to eje.'t Palestinian
euerrillas from their '.errito.y.
>akl that international aviation
communities should take "pre*
\entive action" against a pos-
sible repetition of the May 30
I.yd.'a Airport massacre.
But the Israeli diplomat hinted
that his country did not plan re-
taliatory action. It is not the
dogmatic policy of Israel to
carry out punitive expedition*
for each atrocity." 'ie aid nt a
press conference livid near the
conclusion of his t.vo-drw official
visit here.
According to a report
Tel Aviv, thousands Arab
terrorist* who fie
haul in Lebanon in fear
raeii retaliation for tl*> 1
ma-sacre. are now r*tun
Israeli sources said th". wen
some t',000 terrorists concen-
trated in I>-oanon but immedi-
ately after the Lydda attack
they ilium ml to various towns
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MURRAY ZUCKOFF
The Hebrew University's
Linn* d*1* ** to the 1880s-
L-ben with the rise of the >w-
lh national movement the need
\u felt for Jewish university
ubich would serve as a focus
|or the scientific and cultural
orations of the Jews of Pal-
atine and, at the same time.
Wide a center from which the
Dewish people could make their
t*n specific contributions to
norld knowledge.
The founding of such a univer-
t iv was aUo considered a neces-
j.-:i because many young Jews
Vre excluded from the univer-
!; of Astern and Central
Eurone.
THK I**rE was first raised
illy at the first Zionist
pegs in 1*97 in Basel. Switz-
n ithematlci at Heidel-
.rc r- i-ersity. It was raised
[fain at uhsequent Conijr.MM
|. [" itiaim Weizmann, Ahad
Martin Buber and Men-
sem l'--Lshkin.
. ;n 1918. with sub-
I sums received from Rus-
sian Zionists like the Hov-ve
ton orgai ization in Odessa, and
ItzhaK Leib Coldborg. of Vi'.na.
Lr. estate on Mt. Scopus was
[ ,! This was to form the
|c:eas of the university campus.
Ttv cornerstone w-as laid in
.. it Between then and
0 when the uniwritv flnt
\ ::> doors, research cen-
tra hiished in chem-
fciry microbiology anl Jewish
I From the outset, the lim-
it r^.ty made its impact on the
i .entific and cultural
ommur I
DIKING World War II. the
| tity'i Meteorological De-
BrtTienr prejiared weaiher data
tr the British and Allied forces
enitine in the Near find Mid-
Ce East in the Caucasus, the
ludan and Kritrea. Th> Dervirt-
Knt of Para>itology conducted
in war surgery and tropi-
JTA News Editor
cal medicine for the Australian
Expeditionary Forces. It sup-
pb>d anti-tetaTrns and typhus
serum to the Army Medical
Corps and supplied 140.000 vials
of the drug to the Polish and
Russian armies.
The Department of Oriental
Studies furnished British Intelli-
gence with interpreters familiar
with all the dialects and lan-
guages in the area, including
Somalu, Amharie. and Galls for
Ethiopia; Kurdish. Chaldean,
Turkish and Armenian for north-
ern Iraq; and Coptic and Berber
for North Africa. The anti- ma-
larial work by the university
served to reduce greatly the in-
cidence of malaria in Palestine.
THAT practical involvement
in research ha-; continued to the
present. U a number of medical
and technical teams from krai I
are working in newly develi ;< :
countries especially in Africa.
Mosl of these missions are
headed or staffed by Hebrew
I'nivc rsity personnel.
Recently, Prof Isaac C. Mi-
chaeLson of the medical .-
es'ablish.'d a series of eye .\in-
ics in several African countries,
which has resulted in the "!imi-
nation of certain eye infect..ins
"But the university continues
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Friday. June 30. 1972
Number 18
18 TAMUZ 5732
Action Draws World's Attention
The dramatic action by the international airline Di.ots
has had the effect, if nothing else, of focusing worldwide
attention on murder and piracy in the air. There are even
hints that the leading nations axe close to agreement on a
line of action to solve the problem.
In those nations particularly the Arab countries
whose foreign policy is based on terror and intimidation.
any agreement which would lead to an end to the hijack-
ing of planes is being strongly resisted. Their aims are
similar to those of plain, ordinary outlaws seekinq ransom
dollars, and the community of nations must trea: them a*
such.
Unless the United Nations can create enforceable sane
tions for those who refuse to treat hijackers as the crinv.pals
they are, those who work in the airlines have no alterna-
tive but to protect their own lives, as well as that of Das-
sengers. by refusing to continue air service to the offending
countries.
Guidelines A Sign Of The Times
The signs continue to point toward greater ccoDeration,
if not exactly merger, of two of America's area"' Jewish
religious bodies The most recent indication was the con-
vention of the Reform rabbinate which again revealed a
desire for closer relationship with their Conservative col-
leagues. One of the critical areas, however, was postponed
again; this was the auestion of the rabbinic role in inter-
marriages on which Reform rabbis are divided. The Con-
servative rabbinate takes a strict stand on the issue.
In the meantime, conaregants are finding litle diffi-
culty getting toaether in some communities where, because
of financial problems, merger is indicated and has taken
place. One sign of the times is the fact that the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations, parent body cf Ameri-
can Reform Judaism, has issued a set of guidelines for
congregations contemplating such mergers.
It is obvious that the ferment taking place in die Ameri-
can Jewish community at all levels is leading to some
revolutionary change. That the religious institut:ons rre
affected is obvious, but only time will tell how much and
what direction the changes will take.
Emphasis On Education A Plus
South Florida youth will be well-represented in Israel
during the next six or seven weeks, and it is signific-m:
that many of them will be exposed to Jewish education on
a scale hitherto unknown to them.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation has helped to
underwrite some of the expenses for one group which will
devote more time to study than play. A combination of
both is in store for teens of two Hollywood congregations
one Conservative, the other Reform as well as for a
krrge contingent from Temple Beth Sholom on Miami Beach,
In addition, arrangements have been made with some
of our local high schools on the cruinrnester program which
enables students to receive a full term credit for directed
study in Israel This emphasis on education is a plus both
for Israel and American Jews.
Last Minute Checks
h is wise to make a last-minute check of the house
and belongings before leaving for vacation. It is also im-
portant that, if it hasn't been done already, you make an-
other kind of check your contribution to the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. It will nwke your
vacation that much better.
WASHINGTON Anal >1 >
ynin here in Washington
and other Soviet am bass a Ion
from Singapore to points north
tit rather Dwell Indicating
ih.u Hanofs fc*aal offensive in
South Vietnam i- an amnjallfied
disaster
The existence of this o*vi-
, orchestrated chonu
course be denied. Bui the
- hard, solid I ict :i e-
j theless and moat Interesting
! and revealing fact, too.
THE OBVIOrS reasons
the chorus are tin
' situation, plus the friction
has devclope between M
and Hanoi The friction '
rom President Nix '
j>ort blockade and his tlmost
simultaneous reception in Mat-
cow.
tin Mas 21, Hanoi- p
newspaper published a lowi
hyst< rical denunciation of
munists who set national in-
terests above the common in-
i- of the world n volution
.and' serve national selfishness
a- Die expense of the world
n volution."
Tills U'.\s vitriol aimed
straight a* Moscow. On May
'2f>. tin rei e M *ow published
an! widely broadcast a verbose
rather lame defense
the Soviet leaden were quite
above all toward
Insuring reliable security for
our country and gi:aran:ce-
ing the inviolability of what the
Soviet (M'opK- are creating."
Moscow's explanations are un-
likely to console Hanoi They are
also unlikely to console the more
mate members o: tin
in tin W
i I is not surprisin; that the
bitterest comment art
th< Moscow summit m
have been DUblshe I > I. F.
Stone in The Now YorN Ri
of Books and N
i who irtanagsd to oombin
ternesa with m ar apo lexj In
the British Mew Statesmaj Had
Nation.
What has happens i n
while rah
found questions I
An riea that surely deaervt
The questions all con-
c> rn the valin may be
: the conventional wil
in government, in th int.-Ili-
gence community, in
life and in the media, among a
good many other brands of al-
rta,
FROM 1965 until jut a '"w
weeks ago. th.- pi : the
conventional wisdom w 1* unan-
imous that the heavens w uld
fall if the United Sta'es -ook
steps to cut off the flow of
vital war aappssas to North Viet-
nam. either at Hi.iphong or else-
where Both the Soviets and 'he
Chinese were regularly portray-
ed as totally unable to tolerate
anything of the sort T
confrontations were the pre-
dicted consequences.
In the outcome, all those end-
! ssly repeated warning.* and
tions have turned out t%
be as phony as so many $3 rills
It is no excuse, either, to speak
of the trouble between the ."So-
viets and China. That troihle
existed in 1965. And in 19k")
the overall balance of power,
the real point the Soviets care
about, was still quite overwhelm-
ingly favorable to the United
State*
IX SCM, there might have
been more racket in Moscow and
Mdag if President Johnson had
done what President Nixon has
now done. But by any test of
logic, the practical risks were
ies in 1965 than they were when
President Nixon finally took ac-
tiom
The thine doe not "r^ there,
either In the but &e-.
'xamsrte. American po'icy
has been powerfully influenced
by manpw > i ***- which
credit North Vietnam with a
l)y JOSEPH AMI!

kind oi human sea of
reserves. These estlmatea arc
v believed. They are as. tin
of the conventiona
RKft.NT events ha mown
that the nanpower etl
aK | 'i..n\ BJ I B "ill-
While President Johnson was
much let
North Vietnam Hanoi eo
y ,i. |>loved it" as 'ban
paten-tip v..
idea u .
lent, t *>
This time.
h-up briga vw
i-oiispiriious by th(
absence. The
lines ta ei
bombing i
(onliniH-.t u i.J:rir
As.
Max toner
Sees It
NEW YORK N.Y r. ..T ^l
i in hit audience more tolerant than them,]
;ir.- i" that student as a symbol Thus I v"irurr|
th' .- remai
In the old d re the riood your sp -.-.- \ou:j asjI
it the world you it into But -: turmoil you are not going out into this wo.-:d Yuuas
log in it. besieged by it. thii la.ta[
in it
Our lent* have multiplied. We ar. in Lei 'l vonk.l
ind upon a wheal { fire." To th.' wori i msaj
have be ome the unhappy republic. Fi>-ud told ..s tl il b.nw
of the lepwiaions that tviUsatiori carries with it o HseaaMI
ai-e Htiilt into tlie stmctun ..t .vili/ation it I r.i |
M
gSHWM to HUE \k TRI BIND, w nofl
di 'it.'its. We trj to civilize the civUizatl >hxk
conipound the epreaaloni w. t:-> toqui .ic'isij
extend the scope of our revolution but that t
the scars ot change, I s ahead) tin
tj in t! U'. are running out v>. out i
v. out ii in) and to quick--:-, tl
each.
Wt I institutl *
I thought But 1 fear Ihen
i" II ition as pn sent and fi I
'' iry 1 ik tl igh th. .
if the cage ~\m< windows .>f !
1 o er new peraoi Fraedomi But *i
" -- tin ind a ong with l
it anything i
What mal the leel
I k* tl i
srriki i ha been presented
v by the will oi the few operatii
partnership "t the exi .i n th I
III T VOl \|I nT VOT IXHKCT a sin : |
life any more than j tchlevt it in your
There contradictions and polarities in the c I'zatiea
fact that the tame President who I >'"J."".
An erica log) to '. rtroy the induatrial i ,: No '
\ i- 'nam -and much of the environment is I *"'
who has taken boM and unpr.ee.trnted steps toward endhH"J
I \_ with China an Don't liope for a return to a golden age that never A j
den*1 accept the current cant that America is a dyii* *s^.\
tion. like the Roman Empire. Rome died from an i xMUSW"
energies, while any death that we li- is more likely tofl**'
n an explosion of anrglaa kn an oeerfnasM aorial ntT1^
system. The Romans had established a Pax Romana over
Id. which gave them a monopoly of world powei .r'i a
tnem rigid. Happily, wa have an increasing cornpe'
and ideas with oilier social systems
We have all seen a new mood of quiet work on asaaw
campuses, wtiich augurs well for what may happen in '^ ^^
of civility as well as of innoxation There is gnuarthinf
the land which is different from the days of wrath ^
1980a, but embodies just as firm a resolve. It Ls the ''"^^
people never again to feel neglected and forgotten to ta
choice of leadership and the channeling of chanjrc nt0
own hands, with no violence but no fooling either.
ft O & ^..sori-
I AM (JLAD THAT TlfK revolutionary currents in ou_
> lie shifting from the direct assault on authority to a ^
oaneSIU with values the basic questions we put W '' p-^
thi-- should not mean a brusque rejection of all the ,a
Vahiaa by the young. ^
I beard a graduating student say the other da) .^
the lMn| In- had laarnad at her community coV' c- *
reapeel foi Ikhi.m, haixl working people." t,\-H,\
I truat that your riders will say as generously thi *7jy
Laming to MOBSt the genuine effort you and your ln"Jj|
are staking u <4 i less dtsevaaaent-oriented **3' gg
Cloaer to nature and the natural following Thorea
to take life mure sjowl) and ''simpUfy, simplify "


,, June 30
1972
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lonservative-Reform
Merger Not Favored
LqSSINT.KRS. N.Y. (JTAI
he president of the associa-
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I jufeh Nadich of New
told dfletftM to the nn-
mnvention of the Central
Lference "' American Rib-
.. Reform rabbinate,
las answer to the Idea of
vr "f 'h'' ,wo raDninates
| resent time would be "in
itive."
(,0a,! of the Rabbinical
Lmbfy added tnat ne did not
Eaton such a merger as likely
OT ih day after" but ho
[ rtrong ease lor practical
Uemtion between- the two
I where we al-
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Friday. June 30,
Quoth the Maven
by Beverly King Pollcdc
Itai
My Son Trw Groowrte
T-o traumatic experiences in 10 days: First my daughter's
cer.:irmation: then my sons graduation from the university
Since it was confirmation number three, we fairly knew
what to expect. But our first college grad gad!
My husband and I shoved children and rlothes into the sta-
t >r. wagon an-;' nine hours later we greeted our son. It was hot.
Right off he asked. "Where's Grandma*' And when we
told him she couldn't come, he tsked. Aw. I cut my hair and
riwvai my beard just for her:'-
It was then we noticed he was clean shaven Except for the
large droopy mustache He smiled. But even with :he white
teeth that cost a fortune to straighten and the big blue eyes, he
looked :ike Pancho Villa.
Before I could close my mouth that flew open, my son took
H to his rented tracer pardon his stationary 'mobile home'
where he lived with two otfaei Since the three had been
busy studying for exams, the hoard of health must haw taken
and decided not to cor.."err. n the place. But a shovel would
have helped.
My son pointed with pride. Great place, huh Ham?" he said
I a good thing you didn't see it before we cleaned up
My husband cleared his- throat and went to the refrigerator
fcr a glass of ice wotei. Unfortunately there was no How torch
handy to open the freezer compartment.
The temperature out-::.- m hot. but the trail- WM
hrtter Secretly I entertained the idea of Haying m th- air -on-
d.toned motel until the commencement exercises.
But it was not to be. We toured. We saw the computer
a Dtar where our younger kids punched out cards with their
names and "My brother is a hippie" plus No. he's not." And I
saw gobs of wasted paper anvi pitied the poor trees making the
supreme sacrifice for the ravenous computers
We also saw every dorm, every classroom building. erv
tree, every bush. And the weather was hot and humid I brought
along two pairs of shoes One to wear and one for show.
It got later and hotter and I asked where we were staying.
Our son explained that with 1,800 graduates there was no
n tel space available And he had arranged for a couple rooms
with a nice i.ttle white haired lady-
Trie place was hot but charming. Everything was antique
xhng the little lady There was a spinning wheel, a 'our
-r bed with a too short patchwork coverlet embroi-ic-r^d with
blue birds flying. And piQow cases with crochet work on the
edges.
Dowr. the hall was the bathroom with sparkling white an-
Kturei with the uooal antique problems 'The you-know*
hat ran all r.i^rht Bu: the little antique lady had a pitcher
c. water with glasses near the bed and she hooked up in old fan
on the same extension cord with the clock and the lamp .
everything blew a fuse at 1 a.m.
The next morning we awoke as the church bells chimed 27
thnei by my count It was hotter than the day before My hair
curled up
We borrowed collapsible chairs so we could watch the g-ad-
t: at ion exercises sideways from under the trees. And as P.:mp
and Circumstance" began and the graduates started to march.
r*i> throat got tight and my eyes dribbled, no doubt because my
head bumped the tree branch above when I got up to watch the
procession.
We were far away, but I am sure I recognized my bubbeiah
en the left. My husband said the dot I saw- was wearing the
wong color tassel.
Last year there was no speaker and the degrees were con-
ferred individually This year there was a speaker so the stu-
d Mb were graduated en masse.
Then it was over. The four years was over. And we had
jtten to bring our camera to record the moment.
At the trailer, pardon, the mobile home. I h-?'ped u>i
watched my son pack his memorabilia. "Do you mini if I out
some of these things on your wall at home?" I asked.
And my son replied. Anything you want. Mom. Chances are
I won't be living at home much longer anyhow
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Reprisal Raid Nets Syrian
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TEL AVIV Israeli air and
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;a-t weak captured senior Sy-
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The L*raeli raiders raptured
| three Syrian colonels and two ]
lieutenant colonels and a Leba-
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that senior Arab officers have
been reportec" captured ir clashes
and raids on the Israeli-Leba-
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Witnesses ia southern Leba-
non reported Israeli planea
raided three village*. Haba>a. ,
Arfcoub and Mefa* el What, us-
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The raid occurred about 13
hours after the PopuUr front
for the Liberation of Palestine
claimed responsibility for
attacks on the border la which
four Israelis, two of them ioJ-
diers. were wounded
Arab guerrillas had fired a ba-
zooka rocket into a busload of
Israeli vacationers and eaphatert
mine on the Lebanese front .er
in the first such action in four
months.
Two Ismrlis were injured in
th*- bos attack and two soldiers
flatter / \f**i )
JOSEPH ALSOP
CenHnsMd f row Pass 4
inadequately replaced, or in
some cases there is no repair at
alL
THERE IS no way to explain ,
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that North Vietnam's alleged
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barrel.
All this needs thought -ince
ar.y country has to worry when
its conventional wisdom is sn->wn
to be wholly erroneous. When
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traded in.
Jury Finds Ex-Nazi
Guilty. Frees Him
HAMBL'RG (WHS) A jury,
here found a former Nazi police
officer. Anton Becker. 62. guilty
of participating in the murder of I
at least 1.800 Jews in the Lublin
area and then refused to sentence
him because he had played a "re-
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killings.
In Munich, three former SS
leaders were found guilty of mur-
dering 400 Jews. Karl Flngerwas.
(Z was sentenced to four years
in jail. Siegfried Schuhart and
Theodor Lips, both 57. received
five year sentences. In Essen, the
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Adolf Eichmann accused of com-
plicity in the murder of 350.000
Jews, was postponed so that he
could undergo an eye operation.
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letters to the editor
jlTOB. The Jewish Florldian:
a recent news item in the Sho-
Lr ;iu the names of delegates
"elected Dy the Btoward Zionist
tfftricl to represent them at the
nnual conventioo of the Zionist
ani/anc n of America to be
^d in July in the State of Israel.
H ibould 1 e of interest to your
to know that the Z.O.A.
can three quartets of a century
It wal the founding of a
jwvmenl upon tne American
Lne which was to become a dy-
Camic ami powerful instrument in
|e renaissance of Jewish people-
cod.
ftday "ha is the hanest of
I years i I Zionist endeavor?
i Israel, we see a thriving Jew-
i state and homeland, the proud
fcaluati.t, ol the Zionist dream.
In the S ''' Unfcm, we see a re-
Itur^enc I Zionism and a bold
.expression of Zionist commitment.
And in the United States we see
an ongoing concern among Jews.
young and old. religious and secu- .
lar, to guarantee Israel's creative
, survival.
Kach of these phenomena com- '
, pels the Zionist Organization of |
\meiica to continue ever moie i
diligently and thoroughly its work
m th.s country through its variety
of action programming that de-
serves the rapport of the American
lewish community.
SAM J. 1'KRKY, President
Browurd Zionist District
Holl.wood. 1 hi.
Libel Suit Is Filed
COPENHAGEN (WNSl Dr.
Michael Bi ojde-Trepper, whose
rather, Leopold Trepper was the
head ot a Soviet spy i ing in West-
mi Eurone -lurin? World War II.
announced that he has filed a libel
suit against Jean Rochet, head of
the French counter espionage ser-
vice. Rochet had charged that
Leopold I'repper collaborated with
the Nazis during World War II.
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1972
lAJhat s Crooking
Bv KFTH 8IRKIS
Falafel is an Israeli favofM^IVn as a ffitflfcllppettzer or
whole meal. A falafel is a small garbanzo bean croquette, deep
ktl and -erved hot. Usually four or five are stuffed In a pitah
Middle La-t rour.i flat bread' with salad, pickles and soamo
. d i ,nt vendors all over Israel, the way hot dogs are sold here.
Falafel croquette can be prepared at home either for the family
for trrrrrttilr'-g You dMt need any special equipment, an.i
OU max make the falafel mixture hours ahead. Fry the falaf.I
roouettei and went them hot either put together in a sand-
; h or piled on a large tray a< a finder food. You will find that
.- Charmkah Parties, falafel is a real gem on the menu.
FALAFEL AN B11*11 SPBCIALTf
', tap. ground coriander
1 tsp salt
', !-:>. black pepper
2 eggs
44cup plain bread crumbs
Oil for frying
^arbanzo beat:.-
; 3 cup cracked wheat
5 garlic clo.
2 tbi>. chopped parsley
3 dices btvad
? tbls. lemon JuJ
1 tsp ground cumin
Cow bean* with WtW and rniirht. Next morning
i h ar.< and rinse well Put in a large pot and cover with
| Mil and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and
.. hours. Remove from heat and drain
Soak the cracked wheat in a cup of water: soak the bread
mother.
Grind garbanzo beam In meat grimier with garlic and par-
.-. v sou water out of the bread and grin ] it too Drain
be era. at and add it to the mixture with the bread
rumbl Stir well and Wd to i ggs, lemon iulce.
(If the ft *M more
' read CTU1
To make l on incn in ma,'jor
h ., p.a the tray or a cook* sheet lined with
. v l.i rest for 10 minutes. Fill a heavy 10-inch
HD tan incfaei of oO. Heat to medium high 'about 37.-1
Fry about a dozen falafeb at a time on
oth sides until they become deep golden brown. Remove from
skillet with a .-lotted spoon. Put on paper tow, I- to Mol ex
immediately Make- 50-60 croquet I
The saying that man does not live by bread alone is true
<-d. and we can add that he doi-s not 'ive by only one kind of
ead. Any neighborhood bakery will prove this There are many
. of bread, from the light to the dark, from the soft to the
ninchy, and from the simple loaves to the fancy shaped-
Most of them taste good, even delieiously good. Yet a homc-
fiarie br.aJ. ha- an added quality. It i- fresh, tweet smellin; and
. rm. It fills your kitchen with tempting aromas and provides
you. the baker lor the day, with a proud sense of accomplish-
nent Th? following recipe is for a fruity bread that will start
our mornings on a sweet note.
FRIITY HOMEMADE BREAD
Cupi mixed candied fruit -' en;* all purpose flour
; cup rai-ins (siftod)
'.- cup shorten;' baking powder
% cup sucar
% cup orange juice
3 egsjs.
1 tsp, soda
Dash salt
- cup chopped nuts
Sift together flour, baking powder, soda and salt. Stir in
-hop-i DUtS, candied frui-
'mrs:. A"d sugar, and beat until fluffy A | I
-, one a- Idition. Add the flour
i\i ire alien .-ing with the Juice, beginning and ending with
ingredients Mix Just until well blei
Turn hatter into a wa.xpaper-liner ar. i 9x5x3 inch
'af pan Bake in a ree fahnnheit oven for one hour,
ool about 30 minutes before turning out on a cake rack.
A housewife i- as good as b iency with eggplant."
<* a Mediterranean saying. The mo., ways she can pre]
he vegetable the setter she Is."
\v. :i. ]: this day and age ol frozen foods and Wo en's Lih.
'Iiat saying reflect- more on the "rnn on
he competence of the h" And bid
> If to inr^umerable d and main tfishei
Hade with eggplant are exceptionally cood. The stuffed I
mod as the hub of a meal The recipe calk
i meat, vel satisfying and nouii-hing. a- it is handsome and
STIFFED ECOPLAJTT
2 big onions -' r dzed
? this chopped pars* '- cup olive oil
;p bread eiir large tomat
, : rheere 2 i
plant lengthwise. Usn or a
uit knife rcoop Heah, kt h thick
the ..eel
F:> i i ill) In the lei Ri
mi place in a pan, open dds
I
Cho I the fl-sh of the
|!a-it Ad to the sk.ilet and fry light oil. Add
n ppcr, pacsie) and
Fill the -ooop> -out -ture and
,np crumbs, Rake for about 45 nuhutei
ree falnenheit oven. Sprinkle th.' to;> wdh :. and
: nun it nntil th
. S.1AO immediately Make- four I

Black-Jewish
Relations
Continued from P9 '
dosa between the two comm-.ni-
Mr. Miller noted a parallel
Mut-rgvae* intent r""1
awmeYlMf Wboth flfc **
J,wih conuuunities which e\-
a, .rh.it.- n potarif-tlon be-
tween them. BUik iwiionall-ou
and black .^psratlveiu-.* i- led
b\ Ihc notH that MM] !-
entte institutions thsr which
r.-w ard Je\\>. and othei whites
an- m ol^Uek to btack sdiaasa
nirut BSSj m*i>.t hp radieallj re-
tornied or destroyed.
Tb. reaction in the Jewish
community has been rejected in
the rise of Meir Kahane and tn;
Jewish Defense League he said.
A quas.-nationalistic philo-o-
nhv ha- been adopted by nte
rabbis and other Jewish lead -r-
who have asserted that it is time
kioked after their own bi-
ts an that Jews can no
.- bo the custodian of the
. ma ol all groups.
While it is legitimate for Jews
to desire a soda! Justi c
achieved at the i xpen
Mr. Mil* : ,:,at
looking i" i
- rvival must lead to bre."d-
OUp spirit and
phobia towards out-grou 'This
M h.i- become part ol thi
confrontation an :
,.. ivi, other a being
mono] thi whi ;
usl and suspicion. he
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Friday, fa* 30, 1?J
Question Box
9j RABBI SAM1XL J. MB
in* MwrM^ w ***
TtiUiUi of the Tlith wfeea rr-
rillne; certain partte* < UK
Rabbi Ma? Isserics explain^
that this is done to exhibit oneT
'love" for the Mitzvah. The wor-
shipper thus indicates that h ob-
serves the commandTient by wear-
ing the fringes called Tzitzith be-
cause he loves to obey God s com-
mandments.
The same is true 'or other
symbols like the Tfilin and the
Mezuzah which the Jew also treat*
in th:s way. Rabbi Joseph Karo
mentioned that some people makt
it thtir business to look upon the
Tzitzith because the Bible and you shall sec them" when
Bjpajaktag about the Tzizith.
This i> ai expression of th<-
fact that one la eoneentrating on
1 n because he finds it desirable
to obev the comman: o! :he Al-
mighty. This aid^ dimension of
-es- and \>ve to 1 "'-
an re of the duties a* .1 v
Wfev i- it that thf 31t Prov-
erb is chanted In the aoss Fri-
day night before the recital of
KiddU'hT
This is the chapter En Pltrerb*
where SoloT.cn extols the virtui
c< t1-. "W man ol Valor." Sons*
cont.nd that this is ised h K
heme to extol the virtiw
hrusewife who prepn-ed the Sab-
bath in the borne. TWs_>"-J *""
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
11 TAMUZ 7:55
1 sprrit of love and peace in the
j home which is the proper atmos-
, phere for the Sabbath.
Others claim that King Solo- j
mon's "Woman of Valor" was
rvally the manifestation of the
' divine presence often called the
i Shechinah." a feminine noun in-1
I dicating the dwelling of the d.vine
presence.
I
According to the Kabbalist* who
advanced this theory, one might
very wall be welcoming the divine
presence of the Almighty into hi
home, which on the Sabbath is
permeated with the feeling of lod's
nearness Thus, a special spirit
prevails ir. the Jewish home on the
Sabbath.
This sunlit* match the conten-
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way home from the synag
th 1 ible.
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DATELINE JERUSALEM By Amos Ben-Vered
Experts Advise Israelis On Housing
iiiAllli N WE ASUtnifcD h. re everjMJV was sure
w.
ir coinroifg^^oujd iv_cuirm'nd estab-
riea for industrialized houaingTwell, we
'that our
:ihinc factorial
lid not \t least not as the only or won the most
step." said Joseph H. Newman, vice president
for Building Research and Technology of the giant
Tbhman Realty and Construction Company in New
York.
Mr Newman, of West Orange. N.J. who came
here at the insistence of Jack D. Weiler. New York
realtor and chairman of the Jewish Agency's Com-
mittee on Mousing, Ls also chairman of the Building
Research Advisory Board of the National Academy
of Science! in the U.S. One of the subjects the com-
mittee has been dealing with is euphemistically
called institutional constraints" the web of rule*
an? regulations spun by bureaucracy around plans,
the nuclei of buildings. Getting disentangled is a
problem in the United States. It is obviously
jreator problem in Israel, where nine ministries and
M-vi-ral local bodies have to ap|>end moiv than 30
signatures to each plan.
bratl i annot afford and does not need
\pen-ive factories for housing. The relatively small
[lumber ot units required makes it necessary that
plants be established that manufac
product! which caig be^ed^ many tjlx*
Inge, These may be plants requiring very
lure v.
t}J>cs ol
versatile
's of build-
low capi-
tal outlays, or that can be amortized at low -.'.nit
coats, However, Israel must be prepared for long-
term commitments to make efficient '.use of the
equipment installed here and to encourage invest-
ment and long-range planning. And the government
and population must realize that in no civilized na-
tion of the world Ls lower and middle-class housing
being erected without subsidies.
Israelis keen to have a distorted notion of what
is going on in other countries in this respect In the
United States there are hardly any industrialized
dosed systems, There is a small percentage, for
special needs. It is this which has attracted atten-
tion here, because of the novelty. But the vast,
overwhelming majority is housing built in the con-
ventional way. through using modern methods, con-
cepts, materials and management.
This thinking can be applied in Israel, too. For
example, houses need not be square, they can be
rectangular, and have a corridor leading to the
4$ We Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Do You Hereby Swear?
PJ LBOACV OK SEN" \TOR Joe McCarthy ls not
completely spent after all. It is alive and tossing
iround in a recent, significant 4 to .'? ruling of the
Supreme Court.
Chief Justice Burger and three
of his colleagues Justices Harry
A. Blackmun, Byron R. White, and
Potter Stewart have regretta-
bly overruled a three-Judge Fed-
eral Court by upholding a gratuit-
ous and unnecessary loyalty oath,
required ol all public employees in
Massachusetts since 1949.
The Bay State oath cm. In
two parts, with nothing unusual for owners. An
employee -imply has to give assurance that be will
uphold and defend the Constitution. Insecure about
such an avowal, the state legislators insisted .hat
people working for the Commonwealth recite thU
additional promise: "I will oppose the overthrow
of the Covernment of the United States ol America
or of this Commonwealth by force, violence, or by
any illegal or unconstitutional method." To the
ramparts, men and women; our flag is tilting.
It is noteworthy that neither Justices Lewis F
Powell nor William H. Rehnquist, the two RMSl
recent appointees to the Nixon Court, participated
in this disquieting decision. Who can doubt that il
they had taken part, they would have added theil
ea to the majority opinion? And which o( u
earls loving ear lif< and liberty-giving rederal and
state Constitutions, can tail to be depressed by the
fact that the dissenters In this important case
Justices William J. Bii nnan Jr., William O. Doug-
las, and Thurgood Maishall- represent a rapidly
diminishing breed of guairntors of our sailed
liberties?
The current, mounting roar of disapproval of
America's deeper involvement in the Asian war has
put into question the loyalty of some who have
resorted to grotesque and abrasive ways of showing
their objection. Are thev trying to overthrow the
government? What then of some of our most rigid
national lawmakers and military men who, in assert-
ing they love their country and want only to defend
it. seem now to many of us to be endangering the
safety of the land by tempting nuclear war? Can
not one mans loyalty be his brothers flirtation with
national atomic destruction?
Lincoln, addressing Congress in 1848, said some-
thing which probably would give Justices Burger.
Blackmun, Stewart, and White a real start were
they to recall it now: -Any people anywhere being
inclined and naving the power have the right to
rise up and shake off the existing government, and
rorm a new one that suits them better. This is a
most valuable, a most sacred right a right which
we hope and believe is to liberate the world. Noi-
ls this right confined to cases in which the whole
,,, an existing government may choose to exercise
i, any portion of Mich people that can may revolu-
tionize and make tin ir own of so much ot the terri-
tory as they inhabit."
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Books For Varied Tastes
A NEW MIAMI FIRM, K. A. Secman Publishing
Inc.. began auspiciously with Victor I. Flier'*
The Pros and (nns In Financial Management for
ProfeKhionaU ana Executives l$10)
and Integrity I The bBBja ($7,951
by the widow "since remarried) of
fft flBk" the late Rotx-rt King High
Eber's book points up the com-
plexities of financial and estate
planning which can best be re-
solved by a team consisting of an
accountant, lawyer, insurance pro
nd an investment counselor. The
author writes, "No one qualified professional can
serve the many needs of the newly arriving pro-
fessleosj and executive." Sotnd advice Ls offered
for those who would lock the barn door ocforc the
horse is stolen.
Faith High Barneby's book title should neither
Impress nor disillusion potential readers. There is
no integrity in politics since "integrity" is an abso-
hite and it cannot be divided into degrees. The ac-
"'Ptancc of money and services from those who aid
W political campaigns creates indebtednesses
Which can subconsciously influence the recipient's
judgment. The books value is not in the placing of
a halo on the late mayor's head. It is the picture of
a loving wife whose husband had been bitten by the
u of political adventuring and who had been
r..is,>d fi,^ comparative obscurity by chance aim
the helping hand of the greatly revered Abe
Aronoviti.
Ob JutUtoni by Martin Buber, edited by Nahum
N. Glatxer (Schocken Books. 18.95), Ls a collection
of addresses made by one of modem Jewry's great
philosophers. Eight were delivered between 1909
and 1918 and four between lfl.W and 1951. The
thoughts of great men do not diminish with the
passing of time. Bubera thoughts are relevant to
young and old.
The French left-wing journalist Regis Debt*]
who achieved notoriety in Bolivia with Che Guc-
vera. produced The Chilean Revolution tPantheon
Books, $6.95) which is composed of an introductory-
essay, verbatim conversations with Salvador Al-
lende, after his election, and a postscript by the
Chilean pnasident The essay is a leftish analysis
of some historical Incidents and the conversations
are suffused with self-serving declarations. The
book is important for political scientists and Latin
Americanists, however.
Net NH by Isadore Barmash 'The Macmillan
Co.. S5.95) is a novel about the trials, tribulations
vicissitudes, and hanky-panky of a tyro in in-
growth and experiences of a disccunt store ima>
chant.
R B Y Scott, a former professor or rellgi.m at
PrtoCttan University, luis provided a luck! account
of die content historical background and relevance
of the Wisdom Lileiatuiv in the Hebrew Scriptures.
mproperly called the Old Testament by many
Christians. The book. The Way Of Wisdom -Mac-
millan Co.. S7 95. paperback by Collier. $2.9.8) uv
rludes references to the Apocrypha. The author .Kid-
much to our knowledge.
apartment doors iin Israel there are two n: at
mast three doors on each fjbof; i^roore ru^rtm-'ntSj
'are"built ui the same house, staircases are! entrances
:ire added). Nor arc balconies needed in towns; air
conditioning is becoming less expensive by the year,
and washing machines should be taxed low enough
for the average Israeli to be able to afford one
ivith a dryer. It is the builders who should, in a
way, educate the inhabitants of the new houses
toward modern living. _
However, basic problems must be considered,
problems which overseas communities rarely
experience. For example, there Is no trained cadre
of middle management in the building industry in
Israel. There is no integrated planning: a whole
neighborhood can spring up and then suddenly the
roads which have been paved will be torn up a ;ain
because telephone lines have not yet been laid. The
whole question of taxes and dues must be re-exam-
ined: by imposing them as they are, the government
is in many ways defeating its own end. Imported
materials must be competitive with Israeli materials.
at least until the local supply can meet demand.
(a), i:>72. .i.'wisii Talesrapkla Agsnoy)
_
ISRAEL NEWSLETTER By Carl Alpcrt
Internal Immigration
IF THEME is IHS.'RIMIXATIOX of any kind in
' Israel, H is discrimination against families with
many children. Thus maintains a new organization
I which has just been established
here to oromote the interests,
rights and privileges of large fami-
les.
This is not a question or Ash-
kenazi difference. It is a matter
of simple arithmetic, they say
There is no justification fo.- the
I fact that a family with 10 chil
I dren. if it wants to keep the
youngsters and their clothing clean, has to pay four
times more for its water bill than a family with only
two children. As a general rule the large family is
less able to pay the oxtia costs, not only for water
but also for taxes on the washing machine, refrig-
erator, electricity, etc.
Ten |H?r cent of Israel's families rear 40 i ot
the nation's children. There are 100.000 families with
four or more children, and they have now organized
to exercise their influence in the political arena.
They feel that while the government is always
ready to applaud the virtue ol the large family,
which is contributing to the national welfare it i-
not so quick to provide tangible encouragement or
assistance.
Everyone favors immigration, they say. to help
make the country strong and prosperous, r-nd every-
one i> asked to contribute to the limit to meet the
costs. Yet for a far smaller expenditure we can in-
crease the population with people who do not have
special integration problems and who do not threatci:
to leave it they don't get privileges. If a fraction of
what Israel spends on keeping immigrants happy
were to be spent on providing education for local
Children, housing for big families, and financial as
sistance to prolific mothers we would build a
-Monger country. Furthermore, the movement lead-
ers hasten to add. this would then be a country far
better equipped to receive and absorb ihe immi-
grants who wish to come.
The new organization, which calls itself the
H. brew equivalent of PROFF i Privileges and Rights
<,t Fruitlul FamiUea) doea not ask for charity or
handouts. It maintains that the large family is
performing a national service and is therefore en-
titled to special aid and assistance. Such aid can
take the form of subsidized education, cultural and
social privileges, discounts on public transportation.
tax reductions, large apartments, etc. The govern-
ment should see to it that the mother of a large
family should get a paid, restful vacation and social
security benefits no less than a working woman.
To achieve their end the leaders of PROFF
are beginning a campaign to change ihe public im-
age of the big family. It should not be a subject ot
joke or ridicule. Parents of many children should
have special status and prestige. They should be
given national honor.
Vnd so. while most other countries of the world
are concerned with the population explosion, and
talk about "family planning." the Israelis are
launching a great national campaign to encourage
what has long been known in Zionwt history as
internal immigration.
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