The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Broward County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

Notes

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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University of Florida
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*JeMsti Floridian
2 Number 3
of .YOUTH RROWARD
Deoember 1, 1972
Price 20 cents
iller Elected President of Federation
ird N. Miller, managing
of the Fort Lauderdale
\>f Peat, Marwick. Mitchell
was elected president of
v-jsh Federation of North
r,t at its annual meeting
offkera elected to serve
hi were Albert Garnitz,
lice president; Dr. Ah in
| : vice president; Mrs.
Mitchell, treasurer, and
secretary,
ins president, Alvin S.
I Sasntad with an
onoi m eitml for
I : de Itcated Jewish
| Under hli
1 achieved the
i totata In Its his-
tory. and a new con? of community
leadership was involved and new
directions given to the community.
it was pointed out.
Also honored was Mrs Donald
Mtichell. chairman of the 1972
Women's Division Campaign.
Which also achieved new record
highs, the Increase in the Women's
Division was the largest
age increase in the countrj h was
reported Mrs .<-
W
Division,
Othi
Mrs. Allan Bae
Di A Martii
el Gold I

Marks. Mrs. Roger Odwak, Dr.
Myron Rubin. Mrs. Aaron Wagner.
Irwin Weiser. and Martin
Yohalem.
Charles Zibbell. associate execu-
tive director of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, was guest speaker.
The North Browarl Federa-
tion plays a pioneering role." Mr.
Zibbell said, "and its leaders have
to create a quality community. No
e has
iwers." he added
Comparing the : n to
he fair ly, Mr, Z bl (11 i died the
I ition "an extern
The needs th
'. siml '

Solution Of Longer Case
Approved By A Majority
tl'SALEM |JTA> Chief
ioren'a swift res-
ol the ease of Hanvh
f n I-an^er last week
I by a large ma-
ol Israelis and greeted
| sioni of satisfaction
lirei an ervativt elements
i-abbinate and the
Y h1(,\ conunjuiity were
i nbitteied by Rab-
- tactics.
st r-ihtical factions hailed
en's action The tnde-
pnt Liberal Party, which
will hold its i enl
Wedi -
to Rab li I I lp :. ; ; to
for a
give bin
Peetpef mtpl of the ftaasner
bill iil raHeve MstfMun of the
burden ot deciding: whether or
not to support it and will re-
move the spectre of a Cabinet
rrixiH and early uluCttoSM which
has loomed large in recent Week*.
tice Minister Yaacov Shim-
Labor Partj -
with the
Religi >us Party, has
that Rabbi

in tl ite." Re-
rach
Warti the NRP also re-
d his satisfaction with Gor-
nove.
The speedy settlement of
the Langer case may Help hea'.
breach that has developed
Continued On Page ft
lumored Exit Restrictions
ould Be 'Real Disaster'
pV YORK (JTA) Reports
th. Soviet Union may re-
emigration to those with
relatives in the country' of
[envgrant's destination re-
u:.<-.)nfirmed. but Richard
irman of the National
crence on Soviet Jewry, said
hrouM appear that the So-
I Union is again going to at-
pt la thwart the growing
rement of Soviet Jews to
prate in yet another spurious
1 maneuver."
The USSR's Departmei
I Foreign Registrations
[ that a
:
tion regulations would be made
Dec I.)
The NCJS quoted Roman Rut-
man. a Moscow activist who has
received an exit visa, as >a>;in,'
that the rumored new restric-
tions, if true, "will be a real
disaster for a large percentage
of Jews having ippHed or pre-
paring to apply
According to the rumors pros-
pective emigrants uld have 11
receive permlssi a

broth-: wife
itive in thai
_
Ir.N
euinann
Accuses L.N. Of Hostility
\
t
YORK (JTA) Dr.
1 Neumann, one of the
r' in Zionist leaders prs-
' at the United N il
1 when it adopted thi
irtition raaolution sanc-
the esrtabkbjhrnenl of
State ir. Palatine
I the i" N. -.f unfrtondli-
ward the nation it bet.
addressing now than
Person. a1 a commemorative as-
; jy the 1
Institute and the Aaaartcan Zion-
tion to mark the 25th


U.N

Declaring thai Nov. "' <:
mu the i N'.-s ""' hour-"
,. vl,|. U, hail todM l>Ol the
r_,,.,t;..n .ailed the United
Nation* nor Its pceaenl -'. r
tare und the eseapesltion >'
mttabembl9. We hail the -pint
ol W
Dr Neu i

. Africa ai I tl r.ew
si ler
Uy to Isr
nt of
. own cha
sibility, he said, and the Federa-
tion must institute programming
to help the entire Jewish com-
munity achieve a feeling of be-
longing.
In his acceptance remarks, Mr.
Miller said the role of the presi-
dent is to be an organizer and an
innovator. There are many urgent
needs in the community and serv-
ices and programs should be pro-
vided to meet these needs, he
declared.
Programs which will take prior-
Continued on Page 8-
HOW AM HUM CHAMfS ZIBBfll
News Briefs

No Changes Seen In
US. Mideast Policy
JERUSALEM (JTA) Ja-
cob Stein, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
said that he does not expect any
basic changes in U.S. Middle
East policy "which would lead
to pressure being brought to
bear on Israel to accept a pol-
icy she cannot accept."
Mr. Stein and Zl ather Amer-
ican Jewish leaders were here
to attend a special session of
the Presidents Conference, its
firsi in Israel.
Yehuda Helman executive di-
.; of th
is to
rsary
tosl Ij
jral
National Committee For Labor Israel Convenes
NEW YORK American and Israeli scholars, economists, labor
leaders and government officials addressed the more than 1.500
ielegates from throughout the United States who gathered at
the Commodore Hotel last weekend for the 49th annual convention
of the National Committee for Labor Israel. Leon H. Keyserling,
president of the organization that supports the health, educational
and welfare programs of Histadrut in Israel announced. The dele-
gates will chart plans and programs to expand the group's scope
of activities in cooperation with Histadrut, the General Federation
of Labor in Israel.
Lufthansa Stations Security Guards at Airports
JERUSALEM (WNS) Lufthansa security guards will be
stationed in tne airports of 62 countries to protect Lufthansa planes
from hijackers and terrorists. The agents will carry out security
checks, guard Lufthansa aircraft and inspect every item carried
aboard the planes including food. Soviet Union, Poland. Hungary,
Czechoslovakia. Bulgaria and Rumania declined to accept the guards
at their airports.
Among those plcminng the Silver Anniversary of Bian-
deis University Dec. 14-16 at the Doral Hotel, Miami
Beach, were (from left to right} Henry August a Fellow
of Brandeis University; Ralph Levirz, chairman of the
board of Levitz Furniture Corp, a Fellow of Brandeis
Universitv who is general chairman of its 25th anniver-
sary celebration committee; David W. Aranow, chair-
man of the Brandeis Men's Committee for Broward
County, and his cochairman, Jerome Hiebert, both of
which are President's Councillors-elect of the university.
Numerous functions will precede the gala dinner-dar.ee
at the Doral Country Club Dec. 14 launching the off-
campus meeting of "the Brandeis University board of
trustees.


Page 2
rjiisl ITbriciUr <>' North Broward
Friday. December 1, 1971
Temple Emanu-El Plans 1st
Israel Dinner Of State

Col. Auiolil Sinn. 11. an official
I nanuEI will hold \\% first Lsraolj i|irfl4*njaj| lor 1I10 Israel Army
]-inner nHStwW- Sllflrtat. Dee. 10,- \. ho has been an ntitstanriint! in-'
Port Lauderdaje's Temple
,.1 Hi.' Pier BO Hoiel. SOCOBdla*! I"
an aniiiHiiuenunt made by Lud-
w k Bnxl/ki. president of the con-
n. and Robert M. Hei-
SStann, dinner chairman.
Sisterhood Plans
Antique Show-Sale
Some 2f> local and Northern
llUqw dealers will offer jewelry.
.silver, china, glass, rm;s, furniture
*nd many unique items at the
second annual antiques show and
sale to be held by the Sisterhood
*.i Temple Kmanu-KI Dec. 5-7.
Lunch, dinner and snacks will also
flft available, according to Mrs.
Janice Starrels, Sisterhood prasl-
rit lit
Haun for the event, which will
K held in the temple's auditorium
15 W Oakland Park Blvd., VK
Ti a m. to 9:30 |i.m. Tuesday and
Wednssday, and 11 a.m. to t> p.m.
Thui sda\.
Mrs, Jack Ltwis is in charge of
the oinin room, Mrs. Ralph Qross
and Mrs Saul Qtronamua ate eo-
lirmen of the event, and Mis.
: Rorman is publicity chairman.

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at the
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MtR-s mm n s -
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Phone 5*4-1022
iHlijjeruv officer in his country'!
1 ti-nse forces [at Bvo decades
has been invited to speak at the
event, which is under the auspices
( 1 the South Florida Israel lionds
ommittee directed by Milton M.
I'aison.
The dinner, a highlight of Fort
! Lauderdale Jewry*! celebration of
Isiacl's 25th anniversary of inde-
icndeiK-e. will honor Rabbi Arthur
1 I. Abrams and his wife Claire.
1 who have been selected to receive
I 1 he State of Israel Atzmaut
Vward.
Honorary chairmen of the ecent
ill be Abraham Baum. Dr. Alvin
Colin, Dr. Myron Rubin, Joseph
Storch and Martin J. Yobalem.
1 Albert E. Gain;!/ is eochairman
! I the dinner; Mr. and lira.
1.1'inl/ki arc chairmen of the com-
.i.ittee of hosts.
, Rabbi Abrams. spiritual leader
of the Fort Lauderdale congrega-
tion, is vice president of.the Brow-
1 ni Oaanty Board 0] Babbis
servas on the beard <>i directors
the North Broward Jewish Fed-
eration, and is a member <>i the
Rdbbinicsd Association of Greater
Miami. Me served congregatkmfl in
I California for atee yean iiefore
moving t<> Koii luaudardale two
yean Sgo, and has lon| been ac-
tive in the support of the State
if Israel
Holiday Greetings to the
Jewish Community
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Rabbi Al rams, ulm will be rec-
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[seYticV to the toner) '"' !; BintV
11.unity and 1 he State of Israel."
serves on the b<>aid of "Rebuild,"
which helps to provide tow coal
ItOUSing in the inner city, and on
the advisory commit te ol the Qom-
iiiunit\ Rntatidm Council. He
recently OOflVened an interfaith
"Clergy Dialogue Conference" In
1.row mi! County.
Mrs. Aidants is vice president
>l Fort Lauderdale Chapter of
Hadassab. an active member of
Women'! American ORT, serves
on the Temple Kmanu-KI Bister*
hood board and the board i the
Women's 1 >i\ isii>n of The Jewish
Federation of North Broward, and
is youth advisor for the syna-
gogue's youth BjTOUp.
Col. Simon, a native iii Canada,
inhere he was active In Zionist
youth work, emigrated to Israel
I in 1949, and helped found Kibbutz
Solelhn in the Central Galilee. He
[graduated from Israel's famous
I Mllitar.v Operations College and
became an inlcligence ofCicer In
Ihe Israel Defense Forces in 1953,
| in t also obtained a degree from
I the Hebrew University i Jeru-
salem.
Col. Simon, MPho was named to
1. ire the helm of the Public
, kt lations Branch <>i tin lsi ael
I Army this year, is considered an
' iMitluuity on matters affecting
Israel's tlefensi

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Friday
December 1. 1972
+Jm1sti fhrkf&r Of North Breward
Page 3
FOR MSAIINAT10N PROGRAM
White House Expected To
Authorize Negotiations
j Hillel House Tour
| On Agenda For
BBW Chapter
Chonukah Party-Luncheon
North Broward Section. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
will hold a Chanukah party and
luncheon honoring paid-up mem-
bers Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. All
Council affairs are held in the
Women's Club at Wilton Manor.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Tho
White Hnuse is exj>ected to au-
thori/'* (H'Rotiations for a for-
mal agreement between Israel
and the United States on a
giiee-point desalination pro-
gram ol tar-reachinfi; imimrtancc
tj th' Middle Kast and this coun-
trv this week, Rep. B>njamin
g_ Rosenthal iD.-N.Y.) has re-
ported.
Rep Rosenlfial. chairman of
Ihc House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee, authored the togiala-
,.,, ,ed by Congress which
provide! 120 million for the
plannii deaign ami construc-
tion ol (olnt desalinating proj-
ects
\ i; <-ntli:! aide told the
fHrhh T.ltirnphlr Agency that
nrtotiatiinis would Include a
|fcB-table for the program.
fnt, t,. iK.th countries, and the
input "ii Iwhnolog)-. Israel wan
dr^rllM-a as "the only country
with thr commitment and tech-
nical oapeeHgf to effect a bremk-
thn.nuh in convertlne; unusable
ult mter Into fresh water."
W;ih American and Lsraeli
e\;>ert~ having approved a
memorandum of understandinK
hm on Nov. 3 at the technical
level on a desirable program,
the Department of State and
Intern and the Agency for In-
ternationa! Development (AID>
are reviewing the details before
submitting them to President
Nixon
AMerdlng to R>p. Bananthnl.
who hji hailed the undemtand-
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ing .-ma Ugnlfloul atep toward
M.Mng th,- worldwide shot-tare
of usable water," th.- progratn
under the agreement involv.-s ;1
plant at Kibt deaalUot One mil-
lion gallons daj which Israel
expeeta t<> complete next No-
vember at an aettmated coat ol
W million to be paid by the Is-
raeli government, I ^.-Israeli
construction of a similar demon-
strntlnn plant at Baa Dbg...
Calif., which would prodnoe l'i
million gallons of fresh water
dally at a rost of about .$> mil-
lion: and a plant producing II
million gallons dally at Israel's
Mediterranean pert city of \sh-
dod by 1977.
Bradshaw Langmaid, director
<>f aid office of Near Eastern
Affairs, told JTA that the Kilat
plant would run for about a
year for operating experience
before the San Diego facility la
undertaken.
Once the California project is
successfully underway for addi-
tional experimentation, the Ash-
dod construction will start. The
San Diego work could progress
rapidly since the testing ma-
terials; arc already available.
Mr. Lantrmaid said.
B'nai B'rith Women, North j
Hade Chapter, will highlight its ,
November general meeting with a i
vlall to the Hillel House at the,
University of Miami. Members and j
guests will meet at the Washing-1
ton Federal, 699 NE 167th St. at
7:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
On arrival at the Hillel House.!
Rabbi Stanley Ringler will con- j
duel a tour and the students will
present a program. Mrs. Norman
Kaplan is in charge of transpor-
' tation. I
On Tuesday evening. Dec. 26,
the chapter will present a gift of
two tickets for the Super Bowl
game in Los Angeles, round trip
air transportation and hotel ac-
comrnodatlons for two at the
Washington Federal, 699 NE
11.7th St.
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Friday. December 1. 1972
Number 3
25 KISLEV 5733
Tradition Of Freedom
Chanukah is probably the most widely observed holi-
day in Jewish homes today and while some see in this a
modem response to Christmas, the fact is that this holiday
o- joy and gifts, this special period of light in the darkest
season of the year, has always been a favorite of Jewish
children and their parents.
Of all our festivals based on historical events, we
know more about Chanukah than any other. The date
165 before the common era and the occasion the re-
turn of the Jerusalem Temple from the Syrian pagans who
had defiled it are clearly recorded. Also, in the midst of
the gifts and the fun, is its message of freedom of worship
fcr each individual that is not dictated by whatever form of
government is in power at the time.
More than 2 000 years ago the heroic Maccabees gave
us this tradition of freedom which we celebrate today in
oar holiday of Chanukah. In the spirit of that tradition we
should never forget that freedom is indivisible and the
birthright of every person.
He Set A Mark m Journalism
It was no more than fitting that Philip Slomovitz. editor
o: the Jewish News of Detroit, received the first annual
award ior excellence in Jewish Journalism. Named in
honor of Boris Smolar the noted journalist who con-
tr.buted so much to Jewish information the award was
presented at the General Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds, which established it
lest year.
Yelexan newsman Slomavilz had fulfilled in. the past
year, as he has done for so many years during his dis-
tinguish*-d career, the high journalistic standards and com-
munity leadership the Smolar Award was meant to high-
light. He has set a mark in our field which will be a goal
for others to emulate.
What They See Isn't All Good
Jewish communities around the world have been tak-
ing a hard look at themselves in recent weeks and what
they see. according to reports, is not all good.
While solid support lor Israel continues to be expressed
as well as shown in increasing financial aid. a new con-
cern for national Jewish interests is evidenced At the
Sixth Conference of Latin American communities, the presi-
dent of the Argentine Zionist Organization warned that the
"Jewish people runs the risk of losing its Jewishness through
a Zionism devoid of Jewish values."
An even more somber note was struck by a member
of the famous Rothschild family at the General Assembly
of the French equivalent of our Jewish Welfare Fund. He
pointed out that only one-third of the money raised in that
country remains to cover Jewish community needs, result-
ing in the closing of homes for the aged, schools and social
and cultural facilities because of what he calls a 'distress
budget."
In embattled Britain, torn by some of the religious dif-
ferences which plague Israel, the triennial convention of
B'nai B'rith heard a warning that there will be no donors to
the Joint Palestine Appeal nor Jewish community leaders
ii the future unless more money were found for Jewish
education. And on the continent, at the second annual
fcrum of the European Community attended by delegates
from 18 countries, the major discussion focused on the pos-
sibility that Jewishness and Judaism may disappear from
Europe in the next decade, as one speaker declared.
Ii the atmosphere appears to be one of doom and
gloom, the fact that meetings of Jews throughout the world
at this time are addressing themselves to a problem they
have avoided for years is in itself a positive sign. We have
more than an instinct for survival we have the leader-
ship and the know-how to overcome even the greatest
obstacles, and the reports from around the world indicate
that we are ready now to put these resources to work.
SAN FRANCISCO En route
to revisit china after more than
a quarter-century, it i- only nat-
ural to ponder the American role
in the world toot IMS. i< ta all
the more natural at-this time.
too, because an bonorniWe. even
a successful settlement of the
Vietnamese war at last seems
to be within reach.
The truth is that th.' war in
Vietnam perfectly symbolises -\ -
erything that has been burden-
aome, costly In men and treas-
ure, and generally unhappy ami
divkive, in the role this country
has played in the world since the
second great war.
Til KICK HANK ben plenty of
other crises and Inventions,
beginning with the civil wai in
Greece. There have been plenty
Of other vast drain* n the
Treasury, beginning with the
.Marshall Plan in Kurope. There
has been one other major war
also costly in American lives
in Korea. Bui in cost of both
kinds, in general painfulncss an.l
in everything else. Vietnam by
now clearly heads the- list.
Vietnam, then, is the best test
because it is also the worst case.
In assessing it, one must begin
by noting that such enterprises
an always overly expensive for
free societies. You can see what
is meant here if you simply
imagine the Soviet UBJon, or in-
deed mainland China, with
America's wealth. America*s
power and America's interests in
the Pacific and Southeast Asia.
for thksk others, the Viet-
namese problem would not have
endured as long as 19tj.">. when
the worst of the problem only
began for the United Stales
To this it must be added, how-
ever, that the American enter-
prise in Vietnam has been un-
duly expansive and unduly pro-
longed, even by our own pecu-
liar standards. At least until the
beginning ol President Nixon's
Vietnamization, this was the
worst-managed serious war in
IS history.
To name only one example,
Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker
and Gen. William Westmoreland
made an urgent recommendation
about a different, better way
to use American power in Viet-
nam no less than seven years
ago. They urged using the main
mass of our power to make an
Inehon-lik.> landing in the ex-
treme southernmost provinces of
North Vietnam.
THK AIM was to cut off
North Vietnam, the sole font
ami supplier of the war, and also
to put North Vietnam on the de-
fensive. It would have worked,
and it would not have been hard
to do. It would have made the
Soviets and Chinese talk very
loud.
But 't would not even have
been a particularly risky thing
to do, with China in the throes
of .the cultural Revolution and
the Soviet Union half a world
away.
The thing was not done, how-
ever, for two reasons. The intel-
ligence assessment especially
concerning China, was quite lu-
dicrously timid and wrong, as
was too often the case in this
war. Ami President Johnson
heavily preoccupied with our di-
visions of opinion at home, was
also ttying hard to make war
in the least warlike manner pos-
sible.
I NFORTl NATKI.Y. it is
frivolous] to make tsar at all.
unless you mean to make war
in dealyy earnest short or such
things as using nuclear weapons
and bombing dikes.
You should never enter a war.
in the manner of a good many
members of the Johnson Admin-
istration, on the theory that the
Walls of Jericho will cheaply
fall at the first blast of your
trumpet*.
These things being said, how-
ever, it is just as important to
note that an immense. iwtenti-
ally deadly upset in the world
ha lance of power has been avert-
ed by the VM. effort In Viet-
nam.
THK FAIM'KK of the Com-
by JOSEPH AI.N0P
mimist coup in Indonesia was
the Ural consequence, Tru
servation of the hard-woi a
Continued t>n r-*qe 11
"-
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK, NY. Mohan) Nixon has seen his p
life as a succession ol crises, hut it makes tense to sec it
succession ol mentors, some of whom have been partners in crisis
and some not The eesentialls lonely man. retreating to hit -' I.
to work out his decisions on long legal pads has needed a
of men to learn from.
Some special studies ol Nixon have put aim on the ana
couch sometimes with grotesquely distorted results So
scholar will break away from the current hostility ion.
to do an overall bsOgraphj ol this complex man that will ii
the influence ol the halt-do/on men who shaped his outl m
the world and his insights Into power.
The first was a Beverly HUh lawyer, Murray Chotlnei one
of the early crop of political managers combining a haul
Knowledge ol the political game with an astringent Machiaw 11
view of human nature. Without him. Mr. Nixon could new
won h.s nous,, seat in 1946 from Jerry Voorhls, nor the Sei ta
seat m 1950 against Helen Gahagan Douglas. Mr. Nixon called
them "rocking, socking campaigns," which could be th
statement of the decade for the lethal tactics that he and ("hot-
incr developed.
Cnoliner also saw Mr Nixon through the 1952-vice
dential campaign, when hi- cams close to suffering Set da*
ton's later fut- and saved himsell only by the bravado an :
of the Cheekera TV speech.
The California MachiavelH suffered the fate of his F
tine model. The liberals pilloried him. Mr. Nixon dropped h
too hot a proper,!) and the politician! of both parties
covertly followed his precepts. Coy. Earl Warren and Sei Wi|.
ham Knowland also used Chotiner, but it was with Mr. N son
that he teamed up. Both were tough, moody men. Imth
artisans using politics as the r raw material in a crud
w a\.
MB. NIXON'S NEXT MF.VIOK was Whittaker C
former ( Ist-turned-hound-nf-Gqd, .I.ii>ol.i, m polit;<
i" rnalism, la nat< i with conspiracy, caught in an i
wrestling with nisi try ar*d tr lology. The accuser in the
Hiss case, he gave Mr. Nixon his chajNM al the nation., t
light, and Mi. Nixon in turn gave him his vindication Boll
were loners, and until Chambers' death in 1961. they exti mied to
each other a fitful but special kind of friendship which resti
their common Quaker origins and their entanglement in t i<
case, hut even more on their common interest in a modern trin-
ity poem, history and God.
Where Chotinei > anticomjnunism had been an election,
gimmick. \ery much in the air in the McCarthy period, 01
bars' antieommunism was a philosophy that was to.slay with Mr.
Nixon through the '50s and most of the 'tins. Turing this period,
he tried at first lo influence global poMcy Bl Kisenhowei- Vice
President, and then waited impatiently for a chance to shape
his own polity. But it was Chambers who lett the enduring r.
print. Kven when the cokl-war antieommunism which was re
segment of the Chambers' world-view had to give wa> at toe
end of the 'SOb. the other segment the sense of billot) i-
\ Wed in Mr. Nixon's mind.
There were two world figures, whom Mr. Nixon Studied aoJ,
who nourished his world view. One was John Foster Dulles Ki-
senhower's secretary of state, who carried U.S. foreign poiitj
around with him in his traveling briefcase, whose mind t\as at
once legalist and subtle, but who added a brinksmanship daring
to his diplomacy. The other was Charles de Gaulle.
Mr. Nixon was not a Dulles familiar. His account of
pilal visit to Dulles, then dying of cancer, just before Mr. Nixon's
kitchen debate'" trip to Moscow, suggests that he Stood in BWJ
of Dulles He scarcely knew De Gaulle at all. having mel him
only in the fallow parted before 1968. as a private citizen Yet
both heft a scar (,n his mind. The diplomacy of the past year
would have been Impossible without their influence. Even the
lH>st-election Nixon of today shows some of the De Gaulle style
in the deliberate sense of distance from the people, and the effort
to copy IV Gaulle's magisterial handling of the press.
I OK A TIME IT I.OOKKU as if Mr. Nixon had found a new
mentor in John Mitchell, who managed hfs 19G8 eampaii r and
for a few years was close to the throne. But Mitchell added little
to what Mr. Nixon had learned I mm Chotiner and had fig i'"*1
out for himself, Foi a while also there was the fleetiiiK Infl l< !**
of Pat Moynihan, but Mr. Nixon couldn't find his Mahatix in the
mercurial Irish politician-professor.
He found more than Malraux in Henry Kissinger, who was
like Chambers in bis sense ol history, but who showed Mr. S son
how he could achieve his place in history by moving the cold war
In a sense, Klaaiager stood the Chambers.1 antieommunism on it--
head, and added brilliance in the arts of diplomacy thai Mr. Ninnp
Mr Nixon has used and survived them all, has discarded
sorely needed.
Mr. Nixon has used and survived theem all. has discarded
ral and is capable of discarding Kissinger, too. Meanuhile,
he is the sum of the mentors he has met.
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Tinsmith Gives A Glow To Israel's 25th Year
*
An important chapter in Israeli
history is being written with the
help of a Tel Aviv tinsmith.
As Israel celebrates its 25th an-
niversary, hand-wrought torches
fymbolizing the country's inde-
pendence are being flown from
Israel to 100 cities jn the United
State- Kx^udrng >l:ami. Each
torch is the work of master
smithy Avraham Danieli.
decorate the copper crown.
Mr. Danieli takes special pride
in his torches since they signify
good will among Israelis and be-
tween nations. Mostly, however,
his tinsmith craft is applied to
products for educational and com-
mercial use.
Avraham Danieli's tinsmithery
is a one-man shop started by his
Torch-making i a small part of
Mr. Danieli's work. However the
'- tel Ministry- of Tourism, which
requested the special anniversary
it< mt, is not his first torch cus-'
t mer.
Mr. Danieli has been making |
1 hes for the past two decades. <
Some of the 20 torches he pro- i
d'.:ces annually are used in Chanu- .
kali festivities. Each year during
the eight day celebration the Mac-1
cabee club carries torches from f
the Maccabees' birthplace in i
Modi'im to the President's home in !
Jerusalem. Others highlight the
Hapoel games and Army celebra-
tions.
The Torches of Independence
which will dramatize the Israeli
anniversary celebrations in Amer-
ican cities are made of burnished
copper with a polished wooden
handle. The 25th anniversary sym-
bola menorah. stylized "25"
numerals, and the word "Israel"
written in Hebrew characters -
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Solution Of Langer Case
Approved By A Majority
( or.tinned from Pae 1>
between Rabbi Goren and his
colleague. Sephardic Chief Rabbi
Ovadia Yo>ef, since their elec-
tions last month.
Although Rabbi Vosef was not
consulted by Rabbi Goren and
was out of town when the rab-
binical court sat, he gave his
blessing to the court's decision.
But it was one tinged with irony.
"Blessed be he who has rid us
of the responsibility," he said.
Rabbi Yosef was also quoted
as having remarked that it was
a pity that Rabbi Goren let the
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Rabbi Goren himself was the
target of a physical assault by-
four yeshiva students. The
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prevented from reaching Rabbi
G<>n n but injured his driver.
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* kn.stfkrkmr "*h Brow*rd
Friday. Decernbsr
Miller Elected President Of Federation
( ontiini'cl Irom Page I-
ity Include "fa
;h Cdftpdl io ci the
i f the -''"is "'
the u.nafl%lo.i young^rople in
the commni lamming for
Om elderly, has] itality f":' new-
I social wel-
fare servici nal utd eul-
tura! pn
Uiael'i 25th
annivi
The K' -- uiugrarns
o in-
lilt* esti i .'it!'! abet i i
to carry thi -h. he com-
manted, poll it 'hat the
om-
rr::nv/ mak I It I -.;- <" 'hat
palm be ted without
l\. Won n iie leclarcd si*
i* Involved lit
.i trauiani
rrvoir ->f know how, under-
standing, ability, and orjntafzation.
Mr. Miller, who graduated from
H Iruveouty 4 M an., with
A and J.B. and re-
ed Mi MB a an^aa from
Ploridi Atlantic Untverait} has
cerved as president "f the Dade
Uty Chapter { the Florida
>f CPA's we praatdanl
he Floiida Institite of CTA'>.
neasurer of the Pate County
h of Dunes, ami us cho.rman
f the Accountants Division of the
Itar Miami Jewish Federation
Mr M currently a member
>f the Legislative Policy Commit-
r e i norida Institute of Certified
.'.bi.e Accountants, the Floridi
Amt-iu-an Bar Associations,
ianu-EI.
ejected
ADL Reports Upsurge
In U.S. Anti-Semitism
Bj Special i;<-|M>rt
NEW V< RK. N V The Anti-
D tarnation L I B'nal B'rith
has n
during the past two yean In the
a Amei lean anti-Jew ish ,
acth itiei tenl
and
A> cording 1 I
chairman of i
tee, anti-Semitism in
t bar-
new
tai Tl'.i
i
thre at
nd c inni "
I
Mi i that anti-
Sen largel) lim-
to the : the [x>!iT-
il e u um ii now con i
the far left, from "the:.
and from ex-
tremist ol other minor-
ity groups.
A major component \t the
heaiily increasing flow of A
and Soviet propaganda. Another
trend la the use <; euphemisms
such as the terms "anti-Zionist''
and anli-Zionistr.'' a/hen "anti-
Jewish" and ;int:-J>idaism" are
jeally meant
While t; iei keen tensi*
ti\it> to anl ten .' 'Howing
the Na/i period, muy reputable
institutions, in-
dud ng to-
dtejregai i the c incerna
i nd interests ol I le Jewish eom-
ity.
M:
the inducted
the ADL undei ibe direction of
Arnold Forster, the League's gen-
eral counsel.
Mr. Forster sai he trac.il the
at rtam to ircea i >l hos-
tility toward Jews t
from the Soviel and A: ah worlds."
md of Temple
lendele,
boani of dire '
sei e uitri the officers ncl
in Baer. Mrs Allan Baer, Ira
UKhrih Bro-t/ki. Alvin
.'app. Joshua Chodrow, Arthur
'Fabar, Martin Fridovich. Jack
' Gaines. Dr. Saul Geronenuis. Dr.
Sianley Goodman, Mr*. Alvin
ai Mrs. Ralph Gross, Henry
Jack Let inc. Frad Lieht-
man, Jacob Lut/. Gilbert Mai-
p r. Judge Joel Miller. Dr.
Naeht. Dr. Mvron Rubin.
1 ee Shainman. Oscar Sindell.
-car Sindell. Myron BoJo-
Robart steinlauf. Barry
Stone. Joseph Starch, Stephen
Tolces. Leo W'efalberg, Irwin
U'eiser and Martin Y>>lia,-.-m.
Organl ational representatives
n the board arc Mrs. Nat Bodner,
Chat Chapter of rladassah; Jacob
! rodzki B'nal B'rfth No, II 38;
Pa; i Farbar, Abavath Chap-
B*nai B'rith: Dr. Sheldon
Goodman, B'nai B'rith Maadaj
Lodge; Edward Joffe Temple
inu-El; Mrs. Milton Si dig.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
n: Mis. Benjamin StafraJB, Ft
audtrd Mrs Aaron
.pie Emanu-El S stei -
inri Henry Sei rer Temple
Beth I-!
The Rahinmcnl Advisor) Com-1 El; Rabbi UB<
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ADL MISSION RtPOHJS
* knist ik-radian Of North Broward
Page 9-
iuth American Jews
Adapt To Revolution
\\\ S|iiorl
RK Flfty-thret leaden of the
a lion League >i B'nai B'rlth, re-
net! from South Americ......poi i
uommunittw there are making
i- to adapt i" revolul onarj
the continent which havn
,nii> bn Jews, tndividuall) m I
| ition, which included community
, m inns of tii.- United SI tea,
iv! .ii Brazil, Argentina, t*h l<
,\ah to|i otficialB ol the varlo -
is Purulent Salvador Ail. nd
ii Ambaaaadora and embnasj
. -,.i.-li diplomats and leaders nl B'nai
tin i Jewish communal orgai
. -11
, i- ;m assembly in South America
,.i (.i Fellows, an aim. leadership
lbs graufi was lad b} John I.
ssistanl jecretarj <>( the Le i
an '>f its Latin Ameriqen Affairs
, in Norman M, Wall "t P
a vice iluuiuian of the Society:
. ADL general coim.--.-i.
hi M. Rosenthal, director, ADL
Doyarttnant
Allende welcomad (he delegal i n
in |e I racial and religious discrimina-
\, \ and terrorism.
:ng iu< abhorrence at the massacre
Olympic athletes in Munich, Pros-
Hast a ads raoallsd ChUa'a 1W7 vote In
Saiiona to enaali the Jewish state
d his saUBtcyls uaditimtal
Israel,
. noted thai President All< nde
psponded in the presentation ol
;uage edition oi The Histoi
bj Oadl Roth with the ii piifi-
i nl that In Chile, there i no
There are oqlj Jews w it h the
- .ls all others."
- lid, however, that tin.- state nont
ith the Ppjnj i>t view ui man)
Sou'h ricSjQa throughout the continent
:ik of their fellow Jewish citizi ns
i tJunbU*.
' on to say thai the wssions with
BmMmm kUaassi and lha officials of other
ta .is well as the Jewish communlt)
and B'n. rj'i ith Ito/titrj enabled the membsn
' the lelegation to understand better the
variations ol the Jewlah experience in the
rent countries visited and laid the foun-
at,ons '"' un expansion ol Intercontinental
ns ol communications, conaultation and
coo|ieialion,
Ml GoWwatiM Indicated thai widespread
Arab propaganda activit) and terrorism is of
[""mounl concern to Latin American Jews
are designed n onl) to n
['' x < diplomatic support for Israel
"l also to undermine the status and security
"i Jews in the respective countries,
"'' ,"""'1 thai particularly in Argentina,
" '!'' Arab population outnumbers the
-!. b) 100.000 people, the Arab League
I rated the extreme poUUcal left and
employed anti-Semitism masked as
ism, and mounted a cleverh con-
ilgn to persuade the Argentine
public that Jews plan to establish a second
sh te '" the country's Southern ex-
tremity.
Accoiding to Mr. Goldwater, the tension
about Jewish securit) was brought |ioignan'!y
home t" uir Assembl) participants because "f
tlv' stringent securit) controls which the
ip had tn maintain throughout the journey.
Mr Forster said that while taking adequate
precautions against the menace <>i violence
and abduction, the Smith American Jewish
comunities haw been stressing counteraction
and positive programs to promote Intergrouji
understanding modeled on ADL experience in
the United states.
He pointed out thai Jewish human rela-
tions efforts are directed from Human Rights
Offices in Brazil, Argentina and Peru which
work closely with ADL and thai the League
pledged cooperation with Chilean Jews who
' sett ng ip a s n iiar office in Santiago.
added that the Assembly par-
ti :,ints uric assured in private conversa-
tions and pul lie address's that the cooperation
xistinv between ADL and South Amer-
ican .Finish organizations has had practical
! enefits
Rabbi R ;enthal. who has been making
dii \ isits to South America, said that
ite great obstacles nf attitude and tra-
uitkms, Mime progress lias been made in
strengthening interfaith understanding but
that this,, efforts have to be expanded.
He said that the most effective work in
this area has been achieved by the Sisters of
Sion, a Catholic order Which maintains a
center in Buenos Aires for Catholic-Jewish
reconciliation.
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'to Temple Sholom.
' h, at that eongre-
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Off North Broward
Friday, December
I
\^^cmmnnit\f \~*c*lendi
at
SATURDAY, DECEMBER t
Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Chapter Brandos University's
National Women's Committee Auction
MONDAY. DECEMBER 4
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Board Meeting
Marwte Jewi-* Center SisUTwo! Board Meeting
TCESDAY. DECEMBER 5
Temple Kmanu-F.l Sisterhood Oneral Meeting
Ttmple Emanu-Kl Sisterhood Antiques Show
WEDNESDAY. DE< EMBER 6
National Council of Jewish Women Book Review
Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Chapter Brandeis Universitys Na-
tional Women's Committee Board Meeting
Temple Emanu-Kl Sisterhood Antiques Show
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Executive Committee Meeting
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Antiques Show
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10
Temple Emanu-El Israel Bond Dinner
MONDAY, DECEMBER 11
B'nai B nth Board Meeting
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 18
Fort Lauderdale B'nai B nth Women Board Meeting
Fort Lauderdale B'nai B'rith Men Meeting
Margate Jewish Center Sisterhood General Meeting -
12 30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS
Brandeis University's Women's Committee Study Group
Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary Meeting
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Study Group
Chai Chapter Hadassah Board Meeting Temple Sholom
Sabra Chapter Hadassah General Meeting
Workmen's Circle 1070 Home Federal Bank
This Week In History
49 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
1932
We are so busy in Poland
waging our daily struggle (or our
most elementary rights as citizens
that we ourselves have failed to
jealize how in the midst of the
struggle we have gradually slipped
further downhill every day. how
Im we have sunk, we Jews in
Poland," said Dr. H. Rosmann.
rice president, Jewish Club of
Deputies in the Polish Parliament. 1
BERLIN Gen. Kurt von
Schleicher. Minister of Defense in
the Cabinet of Franz von Papen.
v. as appointed (Dec. 2> Chancellor
of Germany, ending the political
controversy Jewish leaders
expect a peaceful regime with
energetic measures undertaken .
to combat anti-Semitic incite-
ment."
LWOW A Jewish train pas-
senger who was attacked by anti-
Semitic students succumbed to his
injuries Attacks upon Jews
continued in Warsaw Acts of
terrorism against the Jews oc-
curred in Temesvar. Rumania .
The terrorization of the Jews .
has been continuous at Lwow ."
JERUSALEM The transfer
of the Jewish educational system
from the Jewish Agency to the
Palestine Jewish National Council
(Vaad Leumi) was formally con-
summated (Dec. 6."
10 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK:
1962
Embarrassed Arab diplomats,
annoyed for many years by I Saudi
Arabian Ambassador Ahmad i
Shukairy's intemperate attacks
against Israel and Jews, let it be
known that they are asking the
Saudi government to take Shu-
kairy away from the United Na-
tions (after he saluted the anti-
Semitic Tacuara movement in
Argentina).
H-Bomb pioneer Dr. Edward
Teller won the Atomic Energy
Commission's Enrico Fermi Award.
Gideon Hausner, citing deterio-
ration of relations with Justice
Minister Dov Joseph, resigned as
Israel's Attorney General.
Ex-SS Sergeant Oskar Waltke.
56. got eight years' hard labor in
Hannover for helping kill four
Jews in Poland.
Forty-six Protestants. Catholics
and Jewish clergymen said that
by its religious policies the USSR
"forfeits the confidence of all
peoples."
The Soviet press reportedly as-
sailed the "illegal activities" by
Jews celebrating Simchat Torah
at Leningrad's main synagogue.
JERUSALEM The Israel
Supreme Court rejected, in a 4-1
ruling, the application of a Polish-
born Jewish convert to Cathol-
icism (Oswald Rufeisen. who be-
came Father Daniel* who applied
for Israeli Jewish citizenship.
Dr. Israel S. Wechsler. "one of
the foremost physicians and teach-
ers." died in New York at 76.
(From the files ..f Ihr J.T.A.I
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for his victory in the West
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said she looked forward to
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Mr. Brandt is due to visit
Israel during the latter half
of 1973.
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VJwisli fkr/fJlUr of North Broward
Page II-
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Thank You. HUM
|;U1UI M-.lllfK I- ABKAMS
frntplf r.iii:iuii-KI
yean a->>. Rabbis
:,l argued about
i ol
1*
htbi ibroms
lighting Chanuk th
candle*. Sham-
mai wanted Ihoni
all lii >>n Hi'1
tut day an.i di-1
mtntohed one at
.1 time for ca h
(UlCCPSsivt ri:i\
Milcl's opinion.
In h was n<-
CTptorl. "! tu
hllilil up I" a
rlimax a* t* Ihe
-i n bodaj
IlilU-l believed
that i' wh *-,
lie i a h niflht w
ln< would con lude
[t |f psych
follow Hlllel'
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li. Happy Chanukah To All
LISTINGS REQUIRED
|Yr p-op.'ty 'ti*v.i our prrtonil
\tni profemon.! jl.nt.on For prompt
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MARY IAVERATT
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J1CC Ojk:r.d fk Blvd
563-5936
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nch ice --K,. ,i.i> until all i
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wild* foi the future.
1 '' J ition has lit ,-i can-
llr and its co tribution to
the tola i ii i ol m h,
lii.' part and preseni are import^
' '" the dire -lion Is i iwardl
iiine.
Judaism U- ichi thai mankind
daatinj to reach oiti and
the word a betti place to
Iv* In, to improvi the human
chara tei to i ome closei to God
preaenec. Life u not din
i hut builds tip to a
All our accomplishment <
add in tin- bui \- world.
Wi il ij nlai bIk ad for Ihe
year to nne. Ea ictioi should
be uith the intent lo strengthen
- Like the li ;htii >l the
M< noi i Id m anin :
and nuhs'ii
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JOSEPH KLSOP
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imition .is a Pai itic |MweJ wai
another cenaequenca,
Dm that -J>j,fl't^>y|L l" any
"Hans. I'Fi'U-r -ia\v iiv,-at from
the Soviet Union, the Chinese
< omm mists haw now tMine.1
to this country as a quasi-ally.
None but fools ran suppose thai
Ihe Chiaese would haw don.'
anyth ng of tin- son n -c Amer-
icans had already proved our-
selves to Im> the "papei tigers"
the Chinese used to call us,
In subtle M-avs, t"". the new
relationship with the CMneae
has in turn made poaaibte a
novel relationship with the So-
viet Union, In the Nixon Admin-
istration, in short, a whole new
&tru in.....f primary world re-
lationships has begun to ecterge.
VOt MAY BAY that this is
all wicked balance-of-power pol-
itics, and so u i<, ITnhappily, as
one ol the world's two existing
Kiant powers, this country- can-
not safelj escape from balance-
of-|iower politii -
The emergin wholh novel
' ir< ol woi tl relationships
furthi ves whollj new hope
i": the world's future. And it
i nevei have happened with-
in painful as the war has been.
Vietnam, needlessh costh
lay Greetings To The Jewish Con
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Honddv Greetings to the
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May the sacred lights of Chanukah
Bring peace and joy that last,
Not only through this blessed time,
But after it has passed,
And may each candle's constant flame
Serve as a symbol, too,
Of all the happiness that's wished
For those you love and you
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