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

Subjects

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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wJewisii Florid lain
of xonrn 11 now ah u
Voiu:
o 2 -- Number 5
December 29, 1972
P-ice 20 ce"
Federation Dinner Launches
Young Leadership Program
Forty young Jewish loaders at-
:.. owning dinner meeting
!>(oration's charter Young
leadership program Dec. 1".
dg couples, between the
an - from David Kleiman,
ung community
[mltwpolle, Ind. Mr.
oke on Why Should
j iders Be involved":
ii followed his pro-
eat.
-. Kurt/, chairman of the
fsang leadership group, outlined
the need for developing young
leaders in our growing community.
He pointed to the crucial need to
,:e\i i local programs which will
benefit the entire community as
ell M the families of the young
|,m themselves, and stressed
tfcnt the group will be undergoing
a training program to assume top
community leadership positions.
Mi Roger Odwak. coohairman.
the group and related her
personal feelings regarding the
need for Jewish survival and the
relationship between leadership
end that goal,
'lhe group was greeted and ad-
dressed briefly also by Howard N.
Miller, president of tin Ft
t on and Irving L. Geisaer, execu-
tive director.
first year of the Young
rsl progi im will consisl
eetinga thi
June 197*. The meetings will be
held at the homes Ol the partici-
pants, Each session will feature a
1- adershp authority of national
stature; in depth discussions will
follow each presentation.
Among the subjects to be dis-
CUased arc: Our Local Jewish Fed-
eration and Community How
Is It Organized? How Does It
Function; Israel What Does the
Future Hold? Jewish Education
Is It Relevant For Today? Com-
munity Relations What's It All
About?: Social Planning Are
We Meeting Our Community's
Needs'
The final session will be a cook-
out ami program evaluation.
New Local Programs
Begun By Federation
P.ctured at the recent Young Leadership dinner are (from
left) Howard N. Miller, president of the Jewish Federation of
North Broward; David Kleiman of Indianapolis, Ind., the
guest speaker, and Young Leadership chairman Martin
Kurtz.____
Howard Miller, president of the
Jewish Federation of North Brow-
ard. has announced the formation
' vend new committees to pro-
vide needed local programs and
m rvicea for the entire North
broward Jewish Community.
Initially, eight committees have
been activated and are now in the
process of formation including
Community Relations, Youth
Council. Israel 25th Anniversary-
Celebration. Family Services. Hos-
pitality, By-Laws Revision, Com-
munity Calendar and Jewish Com-
munity Center Study Commit-
tees.
Mr. Miller pointed out that with
the rapid growth of population in
the North Broward area and the
influx of large numbers of Jew-
ish residents, Federation must be-
gin to bring many sorely needed
services to the community. Thee
committees are the first step in
this process.
The following is a brief sum-
mary of the functions of the com-
mittees:
Community Relations the
Community Relations commit'., o
will function in several areas, all
of them of critical concern to
Jews. Among these are 1* Inter-
national affairs, concerned with
Israel and its relations with its
Arab .-> ighbors in combatting
Arab propaganda on the college
ci.mpus and elsewhere, and in pub-
licizing and conducting programs
relating to Soviet Jewry's heroic
struggle for freedom; >2) Church-
atate relations, seeking to improve
the inderatanding of the tradi-
tional American concept of sep-
arator between church and state.
particularly when breachei
IT in the public (3l
rights ar. I civil liberties in-
... with the entire gamut of
problems relating t>> anti-Si
n, job and social dk ition,
shechita, legislation, etc.
Youth Council: To bring to-
gether the existing youth groups
i temples and BBYO' and the un-
affiliated youngsters in the com-
munity; to help coordinate social
and community-wide programs re-
lr.ting to Jewish purposes such as
others
youi f people

Ha
brad** ttth Analveraarj
I.ration: This is ''
a series
comm mil i srarns to I
or Israel H 25th antriveti y
be a CO -
rally, an Israel trs
fair, parades, proclamations. Isr
Week in libraries and museums.
Temple prograrr.s involving the
youth, an Israel supplement for thfl
Continue** n P* 2
Mystery Surrounds Cargo
Of Royal Jordanian Jet
DALLAS. Texas (WNS1
Following a report In the Dal.as
Morning News ar.d a followup
..on by Jimmy Wtoch,
editor-publisher of the Texas
Jewish Post, specu -.ared
> a Royai Jordar.ian jet
that landed at Love Field of-
:. to pick up ce
antennae but reported! : be-
ing loaded with "top secret radio-
radar rr.:=sile-track;r.g equip-
ment. '
The Mornine; New* quoting a
reliable aeame," said about $*!.3
million worth ol the equipment
manufactured by ColHmt Radio
Company, the lai-jr** makr of
sopbiNtloated eh-ctronie aviation
equipment, was being readied at
th- airfield tor shipment ta
Jordan.
g an Unu I
nonsl I .
va< uBportini
es to be overhauled.
In Washington. Jordania
Minuter Or. NaSSf S. BU)n<*
-aid that th- j-t m on
chartered round trip flight trtm
Amman to DaUa*. but Jn low*
noth.ii* of aat| equipment ka -
injt bren taken aboard.
A State '-'
>e; arrived ir. Da-!a
ago and took m
ordinary equipment 'long ar.-
t.'ipated for iehvenr to Jo:-
dar. as part of the on-goin?
p|y of military equlpmeert frara
the United States. ______
WITH $1,000 ans
Women's Division Pops Its Cork
In response to an invTt.ition to
: h With i;s," :-
latory last wa> k In Port
de.
.nching committee of the
I'JA.-Federatsoai ol North Brow-
Woman's Division met Tues-
Dec 19. to s.p chan
. hors d'oeuvres as the
..f lira Benry Legum in
nt, internationally fur-
niabed apartment at Point of
Americas.
The guests are members ol
r J A.-KeVration's Initial Gifts
Division, in which the minimum
. ts $365. but these ladies met
for the purpose of giving special
IS and encouragement to all
o- the ladies working on the drive,
Mid th' y did it by pledging a min-
imum gift of SI.000 each marking
Standing behind Mrs. Howard Miller, wife of the ****
of Federation, are (from left) Mrs. Alvin Gk. J^
the Initial Gifts Division, Mrs. lack Levine and Mrs. Arthur
Berg of Points of America.
the first time a coordinated effort
has been mad.' at this meaningful
level in this area.
Those attending included Mrs.
Joseph Balrd, Mrs. Arthur Berg,
Mrs. Maurice Fisher. Mrs. Albert
Carnitz, Mrs. Sam Goldfarb. Mrs
Aivin Gross, Mrs. Henry Legum.
Mrs. Jack Levine, Mrs. Fred Licht-
man Mrs. Jacob Lutz. Mrs. How-
ard Miller, Mrs. Joel Miller. Mrs
iA.nald Mitchell. Mrs. David
Rubin. Mrs Alie Shankei man. Mrs.
t-ler. Mrs. Samuel Soref.
an.! Mrs. Alb "' Tan-son.
Legum read a congrat>:la-
m Mrs. Allan
hair-
I.-;-/
n of the Initial
m, hri. fed tlie la.iies on
luncheon plans for Wedr,
Jan. 24, at the Woodlands home
,! Mrs. Mollie More!I.
;-raeli writei CHU1 -'.
Doesn't Answer"' and producer of
the Broadway play "The Deputy"
is expected to be the guest speaker
Members of the $1,000 laur
committee are working toward in-
creasing their number to twenty-
,,-.. women in honor of the ^5tn
anniversary of the State of Israel
lx fore Jan. 8. when they will meet
with the other members of the
Initial Gifts Division for a plan-
ning coffee in Le Den penthouse
of I-e Club International.
Mrs Donald MSsehafl :er.:er president of the Federation
Women's Division, is shown with Mrs Albert Garnitz oi
Plaza South Ufi and Mrs. David Rubin of Points of America.
Mrs George Seigler and Mrs Fred Uchtman of **Jjo*.
(left and Mrs, Sam Goldfarb, wife of the author, are greeted
by their hostess, Mrs. Henry Legum. in the fcyer.
I


Page 2
vJewlsti fhrkK&n
of North Broward
Friday, December 29,
1972
New Local Programs
Begun By Federation
Continued from Piigc 1
f\ f **
Jewish Floridian, and otners.
* Kiiinii.v Services: Currently the
Federation provldoi family and
children's services through the
I oward County Jewish Family
fervice, which is located In Holly-
wood, and is funded In part by our
l, h atlon. This committaa will
look into the feasibility of pro-
viding services In North Broward.
With the rapi.i influx of Jewish
population here, there are man)
Indications thai additional local
services to families are needed, In-
i ling thosi for the aged, family
! roblems including marital coun-
m Ding, parent- -hildtvn problems,
drug abuse, emergency financial
stance, vocational counselling.
etc.
Hospital Committee: To or^an-
i-,v a i rograsn to welcome new-
C men and to provide information
alout our community. This can be
A i.o throui h a wish Wei
v. iron" program or othei
sroaches,
Jewish < omniiiniU Center Sti.dx
romsaltfet : This conunlttea will
undertake the study ol recrea-
tonal and cultural I the
t [oi youth and tl*
, The ne
1, i i .lies will "
By-Laay Ke\ision: To examine
and make recommendations to re-
vis the existing Constitution an I
By-Laws In light of the dynamic
ai'.d rapid growth in the com-
mty.
Community Calendar: To be
Composed oi the presidents of all
mirations in the community
gnrt Federation.
JEFFER
FIWERAL HOMES, IXC.
DIRECTORS
Irwin Jettr
Mdw>n Jclfer Alvm S%ii%r
HOLLIS. L I 188-11 HILLSIDE AVE
BROOKLYN 1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE
212/776-8100
MIAMI FLA 13385 W DIXIE HWY
Represented by Sonny Levitt
$
305/947-1185
Chaoeis available in ail
communities in New York and
throughout the Miami area
DO YOU WANT TO
SAVE LIVES?
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
TO PARTICIPATE AS A WORK
ER IN TM 1973 UNITED JEW-
ISH CAMPAIGN AND ISRAEl
EMERGENCY FUND OF THE
JEWISH FEDERATION OF
NORTH BROWARD. IF JEWISH
SURVIVAL, ISRAEL, AND THE
STRUGGLE OF HEROIC SOVIET
JEWS FOR FREEDOM HAVE
MEANING TO YOU VCM.UN-
Tfjfll YOUR SERVICES NOW.
CALL 5*5-4149 OR RETURN
THIS COUPON.
YIS, I WANT TO WORK IN
Ftjf CAMPAIGN: PLEASE CON.
TACT ME:
Name
Address
Phone
SEND TO:
Jewish Fed. of N. Broward
3905 N. Andrews Avenue
Ft. Uuderdale. Fla. 33309
The committee will make V
effort to strengthen the nrgani/qg,
tions* programs by providing clear-
ance tor major functions and will
work to ameliorate conflicts over
late* that arise between organi/a-
ii m,
Additional committees will he
formed in the near future to begin
la grapple with the problems and
in provide the programs that are
needed. These committees will only
is strong as the people v. ho
~, i ve on them. You are cordially
Invited to serve on a committee
it your choice, and help our com-
munity to provide these services.
Dear Mr. Miller:
I would like to serve on the
following committee:
PLEASE CHECK
Community Relations
Youth Council
Israel 25th Anniversary
Family Services
Hospitality Committee
Jewish Community
Center Study
Bv-Laws Revision
OtherPlease specify
Name
Address
Telephone No.
please clip and mail to:
JEWISH FEDERATION
OF NORTH BROWARD
3905 North Andrews Ave.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33309
B'nai B'rith Lodge
Plans Dinner-Dance
Fort Uuderdale '- IVi
B'nai B'rith. will hobf a rnnner-
tance Sunday. .Ian. 21. at William- j
. ir Ft ttaura I I "' S. i->Wal
Hwy Foil Lauderdale, Inehi lint
full course dinner and dancing to
a top profe ioMJ band.
The entertainment will be pro-
i by the world-famous Israeli
group, The Ayalons. who have
been acclaimed wherever they have
ap;>eareii. The four entertainers,
who feature singing, comedy, im-1
preasions and satire in their act,
have appeared on national trie-
vision on the Fd Sullivan Show
concert at Carnegie Hall. Town
Hall and Philharmonic H
New York City. Philadelphia -
Town Hall. C'hicaeos Opera
se, Detroit's Fisher Theatre
and the Donnelly Hall in Bosl
as well as In many supper clubs. ,
Including the Fontainebleau and
Carillon Hotels, Miami Beach, the
Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. N"'"'
Vork'> Waldorf-Astoria and the
Americana in San Juan. Pu-
Rico.
Th. re a U !* no fun i-raising at
hi event, which will
hour. Tick
ough Jacob B
, and Jack Klal
Imisaion
except tin i Is.
Barker Is Sisterhood Guest
Art Bai ker will dii
. itation and th rapy at the
th Sisti
I of Temple Emanu-El T
Jan. 9 at 11 a.:n. Th
ikers will also include a num-
ms from The s.
Fort Lauderdale's drug rehabilita-
tion center. Baby-sitter sei
will be available. All members are
i ti attend.
"THE PICTURE FRAME YOU THOUGHT YOU COULDN'T AFFORD"
Over 15,000 empty picture frames on sale at give-a-way prices.
Most sizes, styles and finishes priced at $1 and up. Some folks
like non-glare or regular glass. We have both at give-a-way
prices. Hangers installed ten cents. Easels thirty five cents and
up. We install your pictures FREF.
Be sure and bring your pictures with you.
Custom framing done on the premises with same day de'very
at low-low prices.
IMPORTED PICTURE FRAMES
4832 N. Dixie Highway Phone 771-0865
11 S.W. 13 Street {just off S. Andrews)
PHONE: 523-1840 Open Daily Till 5 P.M.
Season Tickets Now On Sale
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JANUARY 29
NORTH AMERICAN PREMIER TOUR
YOUTH FOLK ENSEMBLE "RADOST"
FEBRUARY 12
M'JS'C. DRAMA AND ART EXTRAVAGANZA
A FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
MARCH 5
JOSE GRECO AND NANA LORCA'S
I1AMENC0 DANCE THEATRE
MARCH 26
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Sold to you direct at qreat savings
Rings for Men and Women
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Friday, December 29, 1972
+Jm1$i fkf idRan Of North Broward
Page 3
Sylvan Lebow Guest
At Temple Emanu-El
Sylvan Lebow, exi cutlvc due.-.
, : i N.ii onal Federation of
Brotherhoods, editor .[
sn van tow
I', ihr '>''( Magazine and Author
The ['-.:i B oth rhood,' an
11. i khi.i1 manual letting
in Brotherhood i';ii;w> ind
I \uu' them will
ii. ii),- 11. n
r nai I irinc the s l"1 |" m
i \ Ices
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n Dirt .i r
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i \' stations Ihrou

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,., i m entit Jew -
BEAT
INFLATION
at the
PIN MONEY SHOP
HIs-mmn% -
CHIlDttrS CLOTHING
-Aitsias-
B-C BMC
2302 N.E. 7th kit
OPIN TUES. SAT. 9:30 tt J
Phone 564 1022
We do
business the
right way.
@
1 TOO t C#<*"
OAKLAND TOYOTA
Wi Values win be Bhown follow-
ing the services,
Mr Lebow serves as executive
lor of the I. vish Chautauqua
s"" '>. the Brotherhood*' majoi
i otina interfahh under-
standing and is a Fellow of the
ety,
fhe SFTB i Re.
e Brotherhoods, with
'"""' s throughout the
1' is affi iati l with Ihe
Union ui a i lean Hebrew Con-
-' itions .,i .1 has its In adquar-
ters if Hi- I'nmi House of Li\ Ing
n in Ni a York City,
No. Broward Section, NOW,
Continuing Book Reviews
Noi Ih Bro vard Seel in, National
Coum ii ni Jew ,-h Women, is on-
tinuing their monthl) book
vii ws at lh Woman's Club of
Wilton Manors, 600 NE 21sl Ct..
' i i ding i i Mig, Louis Lansky,
publicity chairman
Dr. Albert Kaufman will review
"O Ji isalem" b) Lai ry Coll
and Dominique Lapierre Wednes-
day ;ii 1 p.m. Guests and friends'
are welcome for a nominal fee in-
cluding refreshments,
Paid-Up Membership Event
The Sisterhood <>i "ie Margate
lewish Center is ha\*ing ,-i luncheon
the Center, 101 NW 9th St.,
Tuesday, Jan. !. al 12 30 p.m.. for
liaid-up membi rs onlj A surpi i-'
i planned for the entertainment
Lauderhilt Chapter
Of Deborah Hospital
Membership Meet
A general membership meeting'
l tin Lauderhill Chapter of f> b-
Bh Hospital will lie held M n-
i; Ian. 8, aj ~Ar, p.m. m the
nunity Room oi tl>e Atlant
Federal Sa ings & Loan Vsso
1771 \. State Road 7,
n-: in Mr< William Mofskj
Mi -. .Ii'ii-.. Waxman ol La
rhill.
Lauderdoie 0RT Chapter Plans Membership Tea
The new Lauderd&le Chapter of p.m. in the hi M Sa n
Women's American ORT i Organ!- Streisand, 5750 NW 10th Ct.,
zation lor Rehabilitation through Plantation.
.m-1 cordially invites all in- For additional Information call
sted persons to atti -m- Mrs Streisand or the president,
bership tea Mondai Jan. 16 ai 1 vli- Henrj Solomon.
f> orah Hospital, which
aii'I ,n New Jersey, was founded I
for tin' tn aii ,'nt ni
genl persons with tuberculosis ind
other lung diseases, and has
expanded Its services t Include
Hi. i- sufl i In ^ from heai i ;
The only criterion tor ad-
mission is need within its
pedal sphere of six-ciali/ed
services; its lull resources ate
available to those in need of them
n ;ardless ol thelt ability to pay.
Deborah Hospital, which is,
named after the Old Testament
prophetess who inspired the I--
raelites to unite and overcome
their hi --' -. presently sup- I
ported hy some 230 auxiliaries
throughout the nation. There are
these chapters in Broward
and Pad,- Counties, helping the
hospital .-airy out Its purpose. The
ere ol 'i" volunti et croups
arc cV monstrating th< ir belief that,
lii- who serves humanity -
Cud: he who serves I>
v both."
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that RIVERSIDE is the only licensed funeral
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Wday, December
29, IS
wjem'st FloridIan
OF NORTH BROWARD
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Overlapping Studies Beneficial
Duplicating efforts by Jewish agencies have often been
criticized, but there are times when their overlapping
studies prove of great benefit.
The American Jewish Committee recently warned of
the stepped-up missionary efforts of such well-organized
groups as Campus Crusade for Christ, the "Jesus Freaks"
and the highly financed "Key '73" drive of evangelistic
churches aimed, in part, at converting Jews to Christianity.
The seriousness of such movements and their possible
effect on impressionable Jewish youth has been well-
publicized.
On the other hand, a B'nai B'rith survey of 80 college
campuses reveals that the movement is finding few con-
verts among Jewish college students. Only a "negligible
percentage" of Jewish youth have been attracted to these
fundamentalist appeals, according to the study, which
also finds that the figures are "zealously overblown" and
do not justify some of the rising fears and alarm in the
Jewish community.
We imagine that the truth lies somewhere in between,
but more important is the fact that the Jewish community
has been alerted to another condition which highlights the
need for action to assure its survival. B'nai B'rith Hillel di-
dectors on campus have initiated programs of counterac-
tion for college youth gut our present situation calls for
even more study of where our American priorities should
be after years of neglect of the education of both our young
and old in the meaning and strength of Judaism as a living
force.
A Clue To Future Programming
The 1970 United States Census has revealed that close
to 750,000 Jewish residents of New York State consider
Yiddish to be their mother tongue. And if that information
isn't astonishing enough, surely the figure of 354,000
native-born Americans making that claim should be, if
not the fact that included among them are 600 blacks and
55 Puerto Ricans.
Adding to the interest of these statistics, which the
Student Committee for Yiddish cite as proof that it is not a
dead language, is that the last time the guestion was in-
cluded, in 1940, the foreign-born dominated the Yiddish
scene by a much greater proportion and that the 1970
census indicates a relatively small gain for the native-born.
Those concerned with intensifying Jewish experience and
identity in America might take a closer look at the Yiddish
phenomenon as a clue to future educational programming.
JDC Adopts S28Mion Budget
Some of our Latin American Jewish neighbors par-
ticularly in Chile and Argentina are for the first time
requiring financial assistance from the Joint Distribution
Committee. The political unrest and general economic de-
terioration have caused economic distress for the more
than half million Jews in those two nations.
Confronted with the large expenditures for programs
related to the immigration of Soviet Jews to Israel, JDC has
adopted its highest budget in a decade S28 million to
meet the overseas needs of Jews, of whom 387,000 were
aided by the United Jewish Appeal in 1972.
All Doubts Now Removed
If there were any lingering doubts about the criticism
surrounding the CBS "Bridget Loves Bemie" program, the
poorly contrived Chanukah-Christmas show removed them.
The series continues to be an insult to the intelligence, as
well as to Christianity and Judaism, both of which it treats
with disrespect and ignorance.
Although the bigotry of Archie Bunker in that other
CBS contribution to American culture may cause distress
among many, there are at least the elements of humor and
honesty as saving graces. "Bridget Loves Bemie" has
neither and remains an affront that leaves little doubt about
how great a wasteland most of the television world repre-
sents.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
SIAN. China Just poking
about in the once familiar coun-
tryside around Sian fill> me with
doubt about some of the West-
em CtHnffwatehewr'- most cher-
ished conviction*
TIIK LAND under cultivation
must have Increased bj
Important still, the whole
vast Sian plain, once water
starved, is now crisscrossed with
Irrigation channels and thi
dotted with deep weth.
Now, when the rivers are all
but dry. the deep wells
active use. Later, when the rlv-
run mil again, the li
lion chanre Is will bring
to the land and. Incidentally, re-
the water table thai the
wells he ;
5 ields haw
lV 1!
' WHAT I have seen hen
what i heard In Peking, r
ularly makes me doubt the
Chlna-wati herf twin lx liefs that
China's land and papulation prob-
arc ultimately beyond
tion.
Let us begin with population,
where the common error Is es-
pecially great Instead of the
soo million-phis belli ved In by
the China-watchers, Prime Min-
ister Chou En-lai and his Minis-
try of Health experts think
China'- present population is no
more than TOO million-phis.
Fl'RTHKRMORK. if one can
assume the Chinese are a
the China-watchers' thi
about China's current rate of
population growth are even more
wrong than their base figure.
Li Hsiu-chen. the charming
woman sciential who is the Min-
istry of Health's chief expert in
this :i. Id, talked at length with
me abOUl the matter Her he.st
I the rate of growth
of the urban population It no

TIIK < Ol NTRVSIDF is more
'" said a little
. this is '
can
earn 'anv
lly incomes. Even so, U Hsi i-
lation growth "we! und r 2
I B
it of
; iy is
I y about .1 i
IF Till"
not ha| el Ch n*
tually I
owth not far
in. And .i ipan
, the model for
all A
the
i talki d with both
,i. p | iter ami the obvi-
ouslj si le and i itive head
f (hi bureau In the
i ture and For-
estry', Ch< nc I 'nun N doubt
. ... Tse-tung's prln-
Agriculture is the foun la-
the ~;
.. record con-
trast! amazingly with
Communist airncult.ua! record
in THE 10 year* from jffi
to 1971, grain out:iui thoren
heart of the ma-I-,- increased
year by year. Tl ....^
tare yiel I >( 1.5 m.
to a Thij
of aboiu .
ain.
I
year I
' toni I
I
Ii i
Chin i
TO BE "i RE,

.
can be
1 hi n (
UN
to 500
Hard expei
Chin si th
toll
Wi
Bui it nc that
the I
ip! ia; :.'.;
rite n j"
Something New And Original In
The Field Of Adult Education
By BORIS SMOI.AR
(Editor-in-chief Emeritus, J.T.A.)
Something new and original is
h, in- planned by the American
Jewish Committee in the field of I
adult Jewish education. The
may attract to Jewish knowli
thousands of Jews who have I high
general education, but whose Jew-
ish education is very meager.
The new AJCommittee idea is
to establish a "Jewish Universitj
Without Walls It will be a i.
of Jewish correspondence courses
which may lead to college en
of an accredited university, with
the possibility of an eventual de-
gree In Jewish studies Plans for
affiliation with such a university
are now being devoiojied.
Leaders of the AJCommittee
feel that available programs of
adult Jewish education with all
the efforts that go into them '
do not satisfy the needs of those
seeking genuine Jewish enlighten-
ment on a sophisticated level. They
are of the opinion that the dis-
crepancy between the high level
of general education on the part
of American Jews and their under-
education Jrwishly is growing,
They fear that as a result, serious
conflicts and problems may de-
velop for such Jews in regard to
their Jewtshness Its meaning, and
the role it can play In their lives.
By provding a university frame-
work for courses on Jewish sub-
jects specially designed with com-
petent Jewish scholars, the AJ-
Committ'-e believes it will be able
to fill the gap long noted. It there-
fore intends to devote the coming
months to designing the COU
and arranging for their Implemen-
tation.
ACCENT ON PROfESSORS
The new project is part of a
general plan by the AJCommittee
to provide requisite soun i
expanding Jew i h edUi ation on all
levels.
AJCommittee leaders have al-
ways the need for pro-
grams to strengthen Jewish Iden-
tity and enrich the quality ol
lab lite. This became especially
poignant now as a result of the
. the Chris-:
; the
: thi Jews for
i youth.
The AJCommitti
; devised to m
thesi need
children acquire their Jewish i len-
nt> has i.e.Mini- i dai Iy cm-
.-iii; the a> seems
than in the past to
transmit such a sense ol Identity.
The AJCommittee will In 1973
ilor thru-t ot it- pro-
am) universities
to the faculty. Tlii- i- because it
da it ai essential in terms I
of the future of the Jewish commu-
nity and of its own impact upon
Jewish -Indents to bring Jew-
ish facility members into the orbit ,
of Jewish communal Internal
AJCommittee leaders feel that
the reputation of their organiza-
tion for scholarly integrity makes
it particularly appropriate for the1
organization to reach out to Jew-
>f Jewish history and tradition.
Ish members of university facul-
ties.
The new steps are being planned
by the AJCommittee as a follow-
up to the recant recommendations
of it.s Task Force concerning the
goals of Jewish education. S.
- psychol.),;]-' h
torlans and educators were
brought in to confer on this sub-
ject.
A meeting, which will include
representatives from many uni-
versities, will take place soon to
Clarify the field of collet;.' pro-
filing in Jewish -Indies, onl-
ine model programs, and deal with
i Intinistrative issues
STRENGTHENING FAMILY TIES
The AJCommittee i- also plan-
ning the convening i out
'.ui-h contemporar) scholars to
analyze and | n In
:.ca-
nr model
Thi- will he a Colloquium on
U* Jew ish Tradition and Modern
et> to be held in cooperation
with th. i.nler for the Stu.lv of
Democratic Institutions in Bant*
Barbara. Against the background
the members i
will
the confll t I and!
rnity. tl |
lC tl"'- ill I
lure th
H
I: i- ai 'o1
quhan will bud> t
th..' '" Jl
publicati I re**j
mat) .1!- 1 'h*Jji
fill the s: "I
universities as : 'J'B
and rellgloui -on*
ally.
Other ii ,*)
duced by the A.t itee *
1973 programs ":omJJ
Jewish Identity -on*
family B< a ma ,lf """i
earn. They will
assumption that J ish faT,:> j
kinship groui "'i**
to Jewish contii its NWfcJ
Jewish women- '
be convened to 1 a
for reinforcing and strength
familv ties. Conference!
will *
held with cxeeun Z\
cial sen ice ago "*"
enlargement of h ^j
pOBsSri in th.ii
4sjio.lt interesting project***
the AJCommitt. e pi*** J
connection with >' P"**"
strengthening fa :<
preparations of a Sabbstti W
gadah a ban '*'.
who uish t., ''' **
bath in their 0*
it i- very 1 ",'' '""*
the Pasaovei Hs ;"' W*
1
projected .Sabbat ,n" J
and old t
5, M
ana 010 m ten..... ,
,her in a famil> '""^J
It could thus .sen. ,,,inC
vounger generation '"
parents and nearer ... J..*JJ
(c). ITI Jewl.b TtUt'"'Mc **""


vfi December 29. 1972
+Jen rr>
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If in the highly successful Temple
/n Israel Dinner of State held recently
i Harris Imperial House in Pompano
Beer, look over the State of Israel Atzmaut
endence) Award presented to Mr. and
I' Dscar Sindell during the dinner and
held in behalf of Israel Bonds. From
^ Rabbi Morris A. S!-.op, spiritual lead-
er c: Temple Sholom; Miltcn M. Parson, di-
Page S
rector of the South Florida Israel Bonds Or-
ganization; Mr. Sindell; Jerry E. Sherman,
.:rncn of the dinner committes; Cantor
Jacob J. Renzer; Mrs. Sindell, and Emil
Cohen, principal speaker. The function was
a highlight of North Broward Jewry's cele-
bration cf Israel's 25th anniversary of inde-
pendence.
Pine Crest School Launching Cultural Art Series Jan. 29
r.. ration Hall Jan
, 11. lean jazz pioneers,
th iv e '' esl
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first prizi in Eui ilk fes-
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at th<> 1969-70 UNICES' World
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Pine Cn
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Arts. The
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The final program In the series
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VjeWistncrMton Of North Brow.rd
Friday, December
23
Needs Of Local Federation
H\ RABBI morris SHOP I central place where Interesting!
TVmpir shoiom and dancing and whole-
Oar North Broward Jewisti Fed sonn seeiabfUt) will be available
eration u growing, on a pemancnl basis,
Many newcomers t our area, Another suggested ptojecl tof
from northern mir Federation la a community-
nmu nities, I wide cuKural ami i isical series
who are familiar or our older retirees who n
with tho .-|)lon- the noted speakers and singers and
did achieve- talented performers who annually
its i>: Jew- in available In larger Jewish
Ish Federations
m here, arc
potential con-
tributors to our
local Federa-
tion.
Mut helping
Israel and Rus-
sian Jewry and
other naiioiia! Jewish organiza-
tions who annually get token allo-
cations lor their services to the
Jewish community i- nol enough
l>e!
taMi Skop
to bring Federation close to
Individual giver. We need
attention and support for
jn ojecta. Sam
May I suggesl two needs which will
our Federation might consider, Hunt
nunlties nearby.
Why shouldn't we be able i<> en-
joy a scries of programs of out-
standing speakers, musicians and
movies T
Temple Shoiom of Pompeno
Beach is making a humble be-
ginning during the coming I
Ihs. Thi brilliant rabbi author
and spi ak RabU Morris N. Ken-:
itr of Rive dale, N.Y. will be the
guest of our Hen's Club on Sun-
fay, Jan. 21. The meeting w open
to the public,
seme And Feb. 19. a Monday night, n
local muscal-lecture by Rabbi and Mrs
Siher ol Stamford, Conn., j
>e feature!. Sam is a bril- '
wit and raconteur and his
The Young Leadership Steering Committee includes (from
left to right) Ron Miskin. Mrs. Michael Fridovitch and Laz
Schneider.
.
First, is a director and a place for Sylvia i- a talented pianist; their
our unmarried youth to meet and program shouM be most enjoyable
enjo) whol ttome relaxation. Ev- md enlightening,
er\ rabbi m almost ever) temple is When you make your next con-
constantly besieged by Inquiries, r butinn to our Federatten, sug-
"Where can we meet some i
Jewish yo in pt iple '
it is irue thai many of our Jew-
ish younq people \isii the bar- and
lounges and clubs, but in the ab- Honal h II re oi anizations
the* pt i ects As Federa-
tion's work reaches the individual
an i eks to ben.-fit not
onlj Israel, Russian Jewry, na-
thi old time "shadchen,"
i needed to gel
our j in) one 'iii-
ni1 r. Not all y.iuiv.: people like
ail r l worthy lei
i ation also serve the local
- a- well. Federation will ben>
. fit and our rrov
t i I," even by theii sh r d tits via ab
our youth in ed a lional local sei vices
Leaders of the charter Young Leadership group which will
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*Jmifii fhrUtari of North Broward
Page 7
DATELINE ISRAEL By Itzhak Shargil
Capital Punishment ProsAnd Cons
I w. -h Telegraphic Awmyl
riu: EXTHU8IA8il of Israel
if the creation of a
I '. and modern soci-
J. ted Israeli leaders, In
[ |th the thinking that pre-
the free democratic and
i world; to abolish
I punishment But Israel
i the European trag-
dy f the Jews, never forgot
ution and their
I in,- annihilation of six
I during World War
, Tin- Israeli penal code fas re-
tamed capital for
' Im only, that co nn I
by t in- Nazis collabo-
rators. II Is crimi against hu-
manity and under this law the
onlj man executi d In Israel lince
it was established was Adolf
EEchmai n who was tried and
e I to death.
Israeli law^nakers were aware
of il"' security situation In Is-
rael In those i arly days of
stati hood while war m is still
on along the fronts and
'^of^ejnergency fixj^gd
lend I to incorporate the
pre-statehood emergency regu-
- or their juristic form
! fi nse ns."
ilal ons stipulate
capita] puni hment for offenders
thi ories: Those who
n a person or persons in a
lao and those who plant
alve Charges, incendiary ma-
hand grenades or bombs
with an intent to cause death
i iiy to people or damage
to property. Another category
of offenders subject to capital
punishmenl are persons who
carrj lire anus, ammunition,
bombs or explosives or who lie-
long to a group of whi h
or members carried out one of
the above-mentioned crimes and
the military legal code Stipu-
lates capital punishmenl for high
treason in time of war.
The increased activity of ter-
rorists and the murderous char-
acter of the terrorist acts have
again brought the question of
capital punishment to the fore.
it is not*an easy question. Some
circles quote the minority opl -
ndet I at the trial of ECojO
Okamoto by one of the jud
who warned thai by not pro-
nouncing B death sentence I
c lurl wa< inviting other acts of
tcrroi d signed to achieve
release ol those in prison. When
merciful to those marauder!
are cruel to ourselves, the jud..>
said. Unfortunately he was prov-
en right a few weeks later vvh |
the Munich traged) occurred.
Israel Newsle'ter
By Carl Alperl
GIMBUNO \M> LOTTERIES an ill
I unbling an I lottei les
flcari n Israel.
iti ments are true rh
ir the cond id ol such afl iir<
ipervisiot And sucl
inted to
ii be known is th<
...... C\ >s > to 8
I at d it ha
7; ; irael's nous holds buj Paj
from time to time Each tickel co 1
; p .; ids, almost a dollar, an i tl rtzes are
ir. the hun I I h of Poll
1 .iv i.s can les on a cons stei
pul ii it) c unpaign whicl
from the lottery are used I the
,,: hospitals, scho ls el I ha e 1
. 1 iin iii Israel who bought a Payis tick
as,m.
Gambling----Legal And Illegal
Next It si/. ;.. the sports pool, known as Toto.
it i- 11 s- as t" which teams
week. During the
asl ; in ] ipularity wh n
It was 1 i'.i thai : erators had l> en
' av :- Bj
mid I tin odds in their
Its o! the other gs
About > th ir luck in Toto each
w
A run by the Payis
, f Lotto, in which
iV j:.- 1 s havi ssed. All three are
sion of a ent commission
usure that evi rything Is conducted

f : ire the two maj ir
p I : r for the S
tiee B ith ol thi m are intensively
.... away eai h year large cash
1 s TV sets, and a long
As We Were Sovino
Bv ROBERT SEGAl
Attica And New Terrorism
I- :- now a b'tlc <"'''- :< >';':' sinCe AttlC*
the b odieal prison clash of the 20th eentur)
t, death toll of 43. In that 12-month period.
International terrorism and glol al
violence have so darkened the
la of the modern world "'''
lh< problems of c
.,, 1 ..... 1 risoi Ameri a
ir to some as minor matters
am. r Atti. a we havi had
than less skyjacking;
M>e have been bowled ow b;
. killing of II m mbt
the Israeli 0 team at Munich; we have
I the ominous label, -
pi .,. ai \l Fatah at fe-
. Mcm| .... e Red A
1......in insurgents have entered the new
International cadre of bomb throwers, ma
ausewith N-i terrorists And in th
United Nations, voi I iking tor the nght
the murd. '"- have Provcd
orable m n lent on ending the new anarchy.
Atti a lias inform d us that we shrink from
with thos con* Icted than to stow them
awaj( |n 11 1 j tils and 4.CO0 prisons (six of
wn ,"., u, t back in the 18th century). In our
B a; our own terrorists, we
,,. ,, ,;',-, r pris m 1 Igetry and be-
-. reg neration, ediica-
I ,,. w prisons hi is dated areas, under-
.;;aii-. and fighl against efforts
, .,..,.,; : nen, modem work-re-
id halfway hou
And :' ssin of all, we give little 11
port to 1 devote thi ir lives to the
;,.., k : so 0 I ring out institutions at I
values that crimina tj .Mil decline and violence
will pi ovi uni 1 o ary,
Tei "'' -"';' ;> "' chal"
, ngl ls j ak that stran ol vio-
at i IK
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOIAR
A Remarkable Record
[TlIK ISBASL BOND Organization concludes now
1 .,, im campaign with the sale of $300 million
of Israel Bonds during the year. This i- the highest
record achieved since the estab-
lishment of the campate" '" ]9\
"When twill you break the 150
million harrier?", leaders of the
Bond campaign were asked by
I.evi Eahkol then Israels Min-
ister of Finance 10 years after
,he establishment of the eanv>ar--n.
The barrier was soon broke*
1 BBSS In 1W6 the sa'e of Is-eel Bonds
Inched $90 million. It went up to $217 million In
|M67. the year of the Six-Day War La-, year a
total of 1251 million of Israel Bond* was boug it 0>
IWrican Jewry This year the total is 20 per COM
lather than last year.
J Sam Rothberg. general chairman of the Israel
jfcnd Organi/Htion. puts it this way: \t ,n^
IK years to raise the first billion dollars. It tooK
ars to raise th.......ond WlBon. At the
Hent rate of sale, we will raise the third billion
in three yi ars or I
What mak-s the sale of Israel Bonds tick.
The answer is: I. The repayment ol the Bonds upon
their maturity, or even earlier, with full interest
and in American dollars; 2. The strong desire on
the part Of American Jewry to help Israel to ex-
par^ ,,.....nomiC opportunities, to develop its In-
dustrv t. increase its export, and to hasten the
attainment of Its economic independence.
I, is estimated that there are presently about
two million holders of Israel Bonds in the United
JSi Thej melude no, only Individuals but also
b.nks pension funds, Insurance companies labor
JhcTbuildlng funds in Irae! Bond.. jj phUjn-
thropic iroup which Invert part.ol then reserv.
cap tai In Israel B nds.
iMtltutional im stments In larael Bonds are
j,' ^t in dollar. Phut interest, ndivad-
hei. doUars pius latereat on the ma-
^rtv"at,.^:HOW<. or in Israeli currency at
Iny time whenever .> com. to *U Israel and
wi>h to cash their Bonds.
ia;:les held annually. One is for the benefit of the
list of i: mptin j gifts.
From time to time the press carries article;
whi h bem tan the mo alitj 1 f public gambling, o.
e thai every gambler is a sucker, sine
the odds are always against him, Almost every sur-
vey o: the lotteries has iwn thai it is the lowe
ime brackets, those who can least afford il who
,.' mos has ickel -. an 1
in the largi si quantities, One 1! main-
talns thai Israel holds the world's record for ths
1 -' : ti bi ol loti ] apita.
From time to time the po i e break up a cor-
ni 1 dice, or raid a card club, whose mem-
bers complain bitterly that their innocent poker
ics are being persi :. while big gambling
flourishes le [ally. In view ol the situation, an Amer-
. .1 1 promoter who sough) to invest a million dol-
lars for the si tting up of a horse 1 1 track and
stadium, was surprised when bis offer was turned
down by the authoiities.
Panorama
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
After The Election
k|<>\\ THAT THE president.a! election is over,
we can quiet down and resume our old griev-
ances. During the campaign many are apt to for-
their old troubles and con-
cent rat.- on the campaign, But
,),. f forget his old trou-
After all, thej must be
riends or they wouldn't have
'. to us so 1 >ng
This is a to talk a
litt'e bit about ['resident Weiz-
mann, the fii si Pr 'sident, the
(le v VVasl >f Israel, lie-
cause it's his birthday this month. Next year in
November, there will, of course, be more ado about
him because 1973 will mark the centennial of his
birth.
The career of Wcizmann In many ways paral-
. thai of Washington. Washin iton was the unani-
mous choice of all for President His Cabinet re-
ted this unanimity. The Federalist Alexander
Hamilton was a member of Washington's Cabinet
as was the Democrat Thomas Jefferson
Weizmann too was the unanimous choice, it Is
true that for a time Ben-Gurion flirted with the
hop' that Einstein would accept the Presidency ol
Israel, bul Einstein didn't want the job. Once
Einstein was out. the choice of Weizmann was
inevitable. If an election had been held there Is
no questr n but that he would have been over-
whelmingly chosen. He was Mr. Zionism, a man
| culture, an illustrious scientist, a world figure.
There is one special service of W< izmann that
,ve should particularly remember these days. It
was Weizmann'. friendship for Baifour that was a
main force in bringing about the Baifour Dec'.ara-
u in.
It Ls well known that the British government
first offered them British colonial possession of
Uganda as a prospective home for the Jews but
Wei/mam was resolutely against it.
Baifour coukkVt understand it. "Why do you
want this o'd desolate city of Jerusalem?- he asked
Weizmann. ...
Why, we have had London for hundred* of
of Baifour. ..... a. j
Hhy. we have had London for hundreds of
vears," said Baifour.
The Jews had Jerusalem when London was
a marsh," replied Weizmann.
We can be thankful, reading the paper, about
Uganda, that Weizmann vva- around then.


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