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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wJewish Florid tin
Number 6
$500,000 IS GOAL
oi .YOUTH HHOWARO
January 12, 1973
Price 20 ce
Record Drive Planned
J5y Campaign Leaders

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w ho bad made
Initia |1000 a m
The affair, which will also mark
i I'a 25th irj wll
)) Id !'. part of Februai
and will feature a nation;.
known guest speaker.
in the dtacuaaion
ani ere Michael Bach-
.::. Colin, Arthur
Fiber. Albert Garnitz. Or S
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Mitchell, Joseph Novlck Dr
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The
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Rabbi Kahane Awarded
Israeli Citizenship
RUSALEM fWNS)
The Interior Ministry aw i
Ji .\ lah 1 lefense L
leader Rnbhi Meii Kal
' ifter Ka
;- aled to the high court
which ordered the Miniatry
to mow ll had
I citizenship.
The Justice Ministry is
considering whether i"
him with at!
out of
Supreme Court
Decision Hailed
Tlie Supreme Court's ruling
a lower court ded
puteory chapel attend-
at 'he nation's military aerv-
i ha- been bailed by
tin- American JewMl Cbfljgn m\
M a significant victory for
country's \ital traditions of
-' I and church-stati'
ration."
Thi ther with 12
the
Advisory Committee oi the
.; ol Ami
National Jewish Commu-

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Thailand Officials Lauded
For Handling Of Incident
\I.FM UTA) Israel
have repeatciily
rffkaaJa for thatr han-
: the bxadent m which
\ ib hwwilata aetaed the
Kmbassy in Han
.! and held
hours before ^
laded to relaaae I
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rWra also wan *om* rather
I a|>priN-iaUnn for the
I pttaa envoy tn Thailand.
Ha rlh>ut, bt Uraell
oitinaK were obvloualy I "lk-
ntsed aa to how to mut to the
K ptl.in envoy's unexpected
' l.ifulneoa.
formal Israeli ton.
let by President Zalman Sha/ar
ible t<> Thailand's King.
lanriR that "by a combine-
I itienee, good Judgment
ivieldinK firmness, your
- ihorities averted what might
r. >\e been a human disaster of
: -reaching Implications."
I'rrmkr l.old* Meir cabled
I'rrmJer Thanoa KlUikaehorn
i- rsoniUI) to e\pri' her dV aM .|>|.re i*aion. taytec. "I know
>'! yourself played! a dedal v*
role in the signal aaWavenM-nt
and we are most deeply grateful
to vou."
Foreign Minister Abba I twin
: that the
Mn envoy had b i I
| i n

Weet
mg the hectic hours
In Munich which ended kut
In the slaying ol ll
pic athletes
Howeeee. feteige Ministry
..lli.iils r.lrain.d from SSiiira
,u u..- aaeeo aetaysliwi i"-.ase
lor K-sawi from Israels emoy
to (amlKMlia. shimon Avlmor:
ho had iH^n one of the >i\
ho^l m.
Tile ; '-! '
,,,v ,,, rhailand, Rehavl
onsidered moat appr
ate" Amir sn.l I ^-' *"
thoroughly propai
an.! befitting a diplon
l-, >. I\ uncertain ri|)one to
Eawl' n^dlaUon ^"^
from the fact that until Ut
wsph. Cairo latUil!<*' **
known to be in close contact
with the IJi.uk s. ,.t. rnber eroun.
of which the terroristH at rkinj;-
kok claimed to t>e memlxisi.
Meanwhile, an Investigation
.. en started b
.
.: today that :
-
- at its Bmba
. ,. of the Bai
Aharon Vai lv, the
Minister's Inl
,. who fle to Bai
week, a ill i ,ne
runenl on nil return.
Th.- Lebaaaea aewapapar, M
>loh.iier, n-|orte ralaellalaaw oecuiAsii the
braeH Baabaaaj iii '" lafOfied
to a 'TalentInJan Kiierrilla court
lor \1olaUnc instni< tions to blow
up the Embassy with all ita
oi'cupantn."
The paper, which has close
connections uith Pal.-stinian
tiona, said the
four will be tried as soon as they
return to their base. It did not
say where the base was.
Many hours of hard work have been devoted by these key
leaders of the Women's Division to planning the 25th Anni-
versary Campaign. From left to right are Mrs. Allen B
general chairman; Mrs. Donald A. Mitchell, president of the
Women's Division. Mrs. Alvin A. Gross, cochairman oi
Initial Gifts, and Mrs. Roger Cdwak, chairman of ths
Division.
Women's Campaign Opens
With Jan. 24 Luncheon
Plans arc under way for the
it ion in the
UJA-Federatlon cam;
.i \iinc to Mr< A Han I
of the Won*
have beei
since r in
. a* th- dl
offeea from
> n to Palm Aire
which
well ........
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oup of la

rs of $1,000
; u -i sparklii C
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International we
by tl largest numb
Women h "Ii
Luncheon" will '-1
ay, Jan 24, In
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'Deputy" I
Doesi
peaker.
ind M
: ing as I
cochairmen
Jewish Losses In Managua
Estimated Al $2-$3 Million
NF W \'< >RK Tl re wi
n the -' varal hun-
dred Jewj living In Manai
Nicaragua, during the recent
arthquake, although their syn-
agogue wai destroyed along with
it of tlieir posaeationa, the
American Jewiah Conunittea re-
ported.
Bargie NodeaUaJer, director of
the < ommitteeS Mexican Oin informed the national head-
quarters here that a Jewish
( t-ntnil American delegation
went to McaniKua to aaaiitt
quake \ictim.H. Israel ha aNo
s.nt .issistance to the homele**
and injured.
Leon irdo HeUanberg, eacre-
\em lah conununity in
Managua estimated Jewiah
from the earthquake that
that city at $2-$3
million. HeUanberg, who waa
visiting relativea aald Managua's
40 Jewish families eaoapad aerl-
oua injury but lost all their
i troperty,
Some were insured hut Others
were totally uninsured, Mr.
HellenberR said, lie estimated
that it Mould take at hast eight
months to rebuild Jewish com-
munity structure* including the
synagogue which waa levelled.
Mr. Hellenberg told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that he
narrowly escaped death when the
earthquake destroyed his home
shortly a ti
1 23. He -said Ma-
nagua's Jew s
porary refuge in San Jose, Costa
a and Miami
Rabbi Yitzhak Baal Haneae, 33,
a former Hebrew teacher, haa
completed three years of inten-
sive study at the Metivtct Bet
Harashel Yeshiva in Jerusalem
and is returning to his native
city of Shiraz as an ordained,
rabbi. He thus becomes the first
fully qualified religious leader
that the Iranian Jewish commu-
nity has had in many years.




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9-JeHistrkrkHar
,f North Brow
Fiiday. January 12 in,
Introducing Irving L. Geisser.
Federation's Executive Director
v*1* .......* Nor'h B"-1 ar h,a. b.a *c,
ilty and a master*! ttftgree in Hu- wr.
mSi Relat on. ta the Unlvmiti jn
1 niinoii Fie ha< dme sjjduate shaM
work In Community Organfaatton Uy P
. t>%o ITntvereltV of Mirhiean and Lakes. ______
3rd African Slale Severs
Relations W ith Israel
IRVING I. CCISStR
ani wa s am Ga
yitz chai
een ii
the -
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I -' "'
exccui
! im n : >' Sprit
Ifass whei i sin*
1968. the 1
ha of 140
In "
historic high for that co
of $1.2 million.
Many v, w local wen
In ii stituti : dui ii' f tha
facluding leadership training, an
expanded relation'
ha'.
of Soviet Jewry, Fi leration in
v rvenu nl in impro\ Ins el n -n
tary and adull J a Lh cdu aim-
ani establishment of a Teen Coun-
cil and an out i
ci'l '_ youth So ria p!annifl :. I
getini an I b I i ii Istrat on were in
arts of bis n i onsibil ty.
Prior to assuming his post Ir
S] in i'i-Id Mr. Getser had server1
a' i xi cative .....ir >l the FHnt
Mich. Jew -h ('omm init) Coun 1
for in > : S of the whin-
t"- '>' lev rl ke> lead x
JERUSALEM tJTA) Gov-
ernment sources expressed sur-
prise over the break In dipto-
n n. relations with Israel by
Con i last k an I
sal I they could tSunic "I no ap-
n for the sudden
n Bve armo uk ed hi Brazaville.
PJiasavIln range la the third
\t i with Israel in recent month-..
The others are Chad aad
I'^anda.
Israeli i to com-
| | irent wavi
anti-Israel feeling- in
\t11. ui itfc r.-. is d the> were
not please I by this
, tit but it doesn't
attributed the
wing radlcali-
zatton" in s
ind to it
rganda broke lie* with ''''
last September sfter PresWeni
Mi Anita's visit lo Libya. < h id
severed retatleas last month
renowns, s rhdl bj Was -"'
oi Maudl Arabia lo that reentry.
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+ klstfh*i(Jij,r Of North Broward
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lured on Sunday .. n
Wi Worship Ho ed b)
Wlml TV itat on, has made
> radio, TV an | concert
:i" lit lade
itnl rv',i low music
The casl .>f this year's musical
-in.). Row .V vr i Abe Aziz
Gurntek, IV Hersh, Paul Jayson
Lillian Kanner, Cantor Jerome
Klemont. Dick Kondtan, Paula
Han Hy Kohen, Eleanoi
Kohen, Ida Layfon Jarrj Layton
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Shapiro, Bertha Shep*, Krlna Suss-
nmn and Kiina Pet
CANTOf JlKOmi KLimiNT
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i it 8:30 djh 5atu '. u n
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I n-tr ii f Fh a hi ii

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Tlu> year*! show, I
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Jan '. 20 in l 27
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irked I irded
Broward County tc
Mrs Joaaptl Brosgoyl
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The pro hid on I rwoj
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i i lyrics b) Mi Ba-
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lhe your) dt tin
|: n. 11, to wti
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t wh > h
Yeshiva University
Founder's History
Published By JPS
'fh'' life ol i T il n He scholar,
A ii" had to choose I el *wn savin ;
ndering Tulsj oil
interest! ind a tx d Low r
le yeshiva li told in the
'ii--t blographj ol Dr. Ben
Revel, founder and first presldenl
The first full-l >ngth study of
Dr. Ren el. written by Dr. Aaron
Rothkoff. revi all plans ol the Ye-
fheological Seminary, opposition to
the idea of a liberal arts collage
founded bj Jews, the heartbreak
Frustrations of the Department
hlch nearly finished the school.
ind Dr. Revel's deathbed victory to
ave tne institution from total col-
lapse.
The i"H)k details the effort of
Dr Revel in trar.-foiYning not only
the budding institution into a
1 renowned education and re-
tearch center, but also his influ-
ence in producing America's I rsl
highly educated, English speaking
icholan and spiritual leaders for
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Friday. January 12. 197J
fJemsti Floridian
OF NOKTH MOWARD
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For the Jewish Federation of North Browaxd
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I Federation office: IS05 N. Andrews Avenue. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla 30
Telephone 565-4S6S .__
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Volume 2
Friday, January 12, 1973
Number 6
9 SHEVAT 5733
U. N.'s Character Revealed
The failure of the United Nations General Assembly
to take any action against terrorism in its recently con-
cluded session caused U.S. Ambassador George Bush to
question whether the world body "has the ability to re-
spond to the needs of mankind."
One has long given up any hope of the United Na-
':ons, as presently constituted, rising to the early hopes of
;1 becoming an international body of any worthy stature.
But its resolution creating a 40-state study of the root causes
ci terrorism revealed its character as an organization which
can make no claim to represent international law and
morality.
The Israel ambassador, who joined with Britain, Can-
cda Italy, Japan and the United States among the 35
minority states which opposed the weak resolution, prop-
erly labeled the U.N. handling of the problem as one of
' fcilure, frustration and futility."
Truman's Memory A Blessing
Harry Truman was a political man. but it was his in-
stinct for the humanitarian act, rather than the politically
practical, which has established his distinguished place
ill American and world history and a special one in the
millenial story of the Jewish people.
His stubborn insistence upon the establishment of the
S'.ate of Israel, as a haven for Jews who had escaped the
Hitler holocaust, in opposition to the advice of his own
State Department and our World War II British allies, was
part of the makeup of the man who fostered the Marshall
?lan which provided for the economic rehabilitation of a
world in distress following five years of destructive war.
h was the kind of instinct which launched the civil rights
movement and turned almost certain defeat into victory
for himself in the presidential election of 1948.
As Dean Acheson has related, Harry Truman felt a
"moral and emotional" obligation to the Jewish refugees
which was unique among the world leaders of his day
and it is for this quality that his memory will be for a bless-
ing as long as the Jewish people survive.
Threat Has Not Been Ended
The destruction of European Jewry is often a line or
two in American history books dealing with the events of
World War II. It is encouraging, therefore, that a new
generation of college students has decided to make its
own study during a six-week travel seminar in the docu-
mentation centers and concentration camps of Europe.
Probably the most important product of the seminar
will be the preparation by the students of course material
that will be offered to other colleges, to high schools and
with religious schools of different denominations. It is im-
portant that Americans of all creeds know the story of
the holocaust, for the threat of genocide has not been ended
in the world.
______________.-.-- a **
Credit Belongs To Students
Jewish students at Duke University and the University
of North Carolina have, for the past several years, worked
together in developing one of the more exciting cooperative
programs in the country, pooling meager resources to
accomplish a great deal.
It comes as no surprise, therefore, that the two univer-
sities have now announced a major fund-raising effort to
provide financial support for a comprehensive program in
Judaic studies It will be helped along by an endowment
hand of $500,000 being established by a Durham couple
through the alumni of the two universities. But the real
credit belongs to those Jewish students who paved the way
through their original endeavors to get a Jewish education
at the college level.
MATTER OF FACT
YV HSI COUNTY. Yunnan
Province. China One of the
problems that has puzzled me
most in this country the *P"
pearance of vastly greater flex-
ibility and efficiency than you
find in the Western Communist
countries,
ability of most goods decrease ID
A good symbol of this is the
simple fact that the shops III
this remote county, at the Chi-
nese equivalent of the back-of-
beyond, are nearly as well
stocked as the shops in Peking.
In Russia, in contrast, the avail-
this whole county and its neigh-
ct proportion to the distance
from Moscow or I-cninprad.
I am xow sure, however,
that one reason is the Chinese
encouragement of all kind* of
local industry, even where West-
erner* might think that it did
not make sood economic sense
In Yu Hsi town, for instance,
you can buy an excellent mon-
key wrench for a few rents And
this i limply liecausc large num-
bera of monkey wrenchai, at
least sufficient for the needs ol
this whole county and its neight-
bor counties, ire produced by
the Hue! Brigade.
The Huei people are coimt.it
SJ a "'national minor t\ be-
cause they are Moslems, al-
though their h'.ood and Ian
are pure Chinese. Being Mos-
lems, they cannot eat poi
keep pigs truly shockln
ahiliti. in Chinese
One consequence, ss I
told by th. M 1
Yun-hai, is that this b
Pi 1 1 Then 1 1 'omm me
substantial extra 1
artificial fertilizer to
for the absence of pn
manure.
ANOTHER conseQUertCi 1
mon, lor .- v ited
Asian and African countries.
that the Huei people have al-
wavs been blacksmiths So they
had their own specialty ready at
hand as it were when the gov-
ernment long ago announced the
"mas* line' of local industrial
production of all possible types.
For any Westerner, the re-
sults were pretty hard to credit
Here m the lovely but very re-
mote Yunnan countryside, to be-
gUl With, the Huei Brigade has
Ita own factory, with 75 full-
time employees, making reason-
ably complicate grain-milling
machinal The output is small.
but It supplies the county, once
gain; and this means many
other brigades ind corranunas
getting the means to make their
own flour.
Ma Chu-ehing the factory
manager, toi ma proudrj how
, had t learn our task vir-
tually from the ground up But
except for buying Iron Mid steel
and paint for they da
the whole Job themselves
Bewildered I wat Is d them
: then- own iai d-caatlngi
and witl net
too of the 1 parti
ol then fail ) ; hints
thai stand ibout three feel I
I \\ \i STILL
Mi
isanl hut
t man. 1
witl

f 11 the

1
by JOSEPH Al sop
things of the same sort By i*m-
enough money has been .'arrwj
by the brigades two factories
to purchase a good man;. *. tools tike vises, phis a
number of machine too
small
Essentially, however the b"
one was a handicraft |
carried on family-st> u ttl
children playing among the
sparks next to the |
was an extraordinary sight, for]
Instance, to see the basic part*
of the monkey wren.be.
made.
ONE MAN' would pull a billet
of red-hot iron from 1
with tongs He would I
extended on a land of U H
partner would then
part into the desue-1
a large ax-like tool Even ehop
was applauded 1>\ ".
Ol I -on of one ol th
ulu.e the hot iron flasl d and
ell.
mi 1 took half
ono of tix- finished
111 B*J t'lem up. 01
another I cixild no)
worth of difference hi l
ol than They all *
mirably A maehin. had
iieen used to be m
the ncwli I
ur widened th spa 1
the cl' \i d th
been neatl)
with qii 1
The H

! fai
:!ar I-ast j
' two-tl
"

The Nixon-Kissinger Partnershij
Bi MAX LKKVK.K
PART 111
KISSINGER AND IDEOLOGY
One of the 1 r U1
- of th'- Nixon-Ku
was which wrecked his Versailfc
confereno and h it
anliM 1 nisi cold
ora, as Nixoi was 1 arliei N01
the) left-wing kleolo) I 1 thu-
liasts for unilateral dlsai
or world rtati 1 -
Keeping in mind Kissii
triad ol bai c ideas equilibrium,
national and link
we must be clear tiiat ideas
not Ideology But men with ideal
are more mindless pragmatists
the I
1 '
sVltt)
the multilingual and "
nershlp is that neither ps neon*
much cluttered up with id un- N,v' with hi
They are not Internationalists I 11 new
the sen.-i that Woodrow Wi &\.
...
with
....

hack old legit
new nrii
What Is this 1
has yel put It The
-t Kissii .-. |g bi oh
following up every problem with- that b) nomlc pnmaey witti Jl
out a central purpose, lost in mee! thelCornrnoa Market Jfi
wUderneai :'.e Instances. Kissinger an "ir (
For these two partnen the W /bin which America* total POWSJ
means are flexible and resource-1 -they ni"' "" ''""
ful. the purpose is a stroni
but not the attainment of von..

"
]
-
j
I
'
live out theh kwtiniei
it may u what h | when
taUectual Khmtlfk t<
..ni.-. mftttan
mains unpamlle*). snd
doctrinal heaven nor the overcom-l h* said 1 Sept 1971, In one ImaglnaUve
ing of some doctrinal heii it j^
world stability, and American
power within it.
Are they therefore conserva-
tives? Tea, just a- Leonid Brezh-
nev and Mao Tse-tung are. and
Kakuei Tanaka. Georges Pompi-
dou, WlBj Brandt, Edward Heath
of them with thek
' Kissingei come the fashion for .. head ol on what
government to have his ultimate ""' Kreat powen that a war with
Tolicy adviser and negotiator In W million and
une run or another, these men, ",n,,r millions maimed and 1 1
lead the -have" nations and the) '- strikes him in 1 tl ptf>
want stability, a chance to grow P*ctlve aa onl) 1 footnote"
and security from nuclear death
T> "f hi mentsot enthusiasm,
"What we are doing now with
Chii that
the word V* n|y a
footnote when it la written in
hhtoi
iiii> st oogffn ,f tho
:
v ir || too u I
EXCEPT FOR THE Chinese
they are pretty frank about hav-
mg shed their Ideological pasaion
and caring above all for their na-
tional being. Even in the Chinese
case, it Is known that when Kis-
Pervi (he footnote refuses
to he dismissed sj one a fact
that plagued both N ion and Kis-
singer during four years and sriO
plague them (who know, how
long? 1 until an actual cease-fire
ads to a genuine peace.
In pursuing his grand style. Kis-

; b) bh
eigner overt
moralit) But onl)
'.,.. .e,l II N.\ 4
a, he l 1
ONI < INTK \i
the Praasdhnt have in
their belief in An
great naas On >
former nuelaar prtmac)
: With Bus- I
in-
re-
foreipi DOl.
t fr-Kll either I
subjection
Hh- Ru.iam anl Chim
thah own visa* of theli
and primacy An- th
Ible? I don't think so.
On Mr Knssinu-er ptai "
is a difference between th
tenanea ol nutionai now
;t at (toniinntion He
the other great psasssa
tear no domina"
from a nonidrol>gicl A
each other. Within HM
fragility of a nuclear woi
a policy fomia a bi
!-at tiaditi->ius and futur
It may seem Strange
German-Jewish refugee -*^|'
>in with a Quaker IttHk^ABW
ican President to build oaa
bridge. But history, as Hsg \
has its own ruses.
(MSKT: Future fcBpcrfect
Cop> rlahl 172. Los Ans" Tymm
I
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I
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iy, January 12. 1973
*Unist fhridirir Of North Browartf
Page S
xt Of Resolution Adopted By
)fT.\ UJA Study Conference
Wc the delegates of thf 1973 United Jewish Appeal Study
lf,rence. assembled in Tel Aviv Oct 9, 1972, do hereby resolve
1 That in addition to the support of necessary local and
lional profframs the 1973 UJA campa^ must reach and sur-
its announced goal of $505 million.
2. That each community of which wc arc representative
| assume willingly and with determination its share of this
kvy responsibility.
1 That we will u*e every- means and exert even, energy
[r'ach and surpass the froals that we have accepted
4. That we Join our fellow Jews throughout the work)
ih the fullest strength of our convictions in demanding the
[etM of the Soviet hostages, ho-tages to the inhuman Ideology
,i permits trade in human beings.
.-, We will fulfill (Mir rwaponafbtllt) to provide the m
I iii assure that these couragcou* Immigrant! from the
, ,ct Union and other count!i.-s of nppreartoil are pro
hill-!H) jn the fabric of their new homeland and that the)
l i have the opi>ottunit> t.p develop a full life for themselves
'us and in (Madam.
Di.it v shall stme with unflaci;inc determination to
11,. the means to as-ur.- th.- continuing and Increased
vth ot humanitarian programs on behalf of th people of
,ei during the next 25 >ear and the yean thereafter.
That .very man. woman and child, of whatever age,
, icial >r economic condition he given the lu.iest measure of
, location he can ab-orh m that all may pursue th.' oppro-
-.,-. .." tin- irreat land, to l>uil.l it and to grow with it.
That the a^ed and handieapped hav< the rulleat measure
,1 worth dignity, productivity and wcurity
ih.,' idaquata h.m-inR. lancurio- and vocational train-
, i th care and lOCiaJ aervio ale available to all
Thai ai ia|aeatntstliTi of the Jewish people of the
., ,,f Am, confirm and reasseri our ledi a-
.. i raralee In th,- tradition of ou
. i with the
iffirmation of ou: P'
I v.' m.
2 More Jews Arrested In Spy Ring Case
.
yalons To Be Featured
a>
/ Lodge's Dinner-Dance
TEL AVIV UTA) One of
the two additional Israeli Jews
detained last week in connection
with the uncovering of an Arab-
Jewish spy ring has been iden-
tified as Ram Livneh of Tel
Aviv, 27, son of the Rakah
member of the Knesset. Avra-
ham I-evcnbrum. The second
was Yehoshua Lerman. 22.
known as "Mali," a new immi-
grant from Argentina.
Thp new* of the arrest of a
Knesset member's son t-auMsd
anxiety in leftist circles in Israel,
particularly among the K.ik.ih
members. Melr Wilner, a
Kn.-ss.t memlter who returned
Friday from the Soviet Union,
suld that Livneh was a known
member of Matzpcn, a small
ultra-leftist Israeli group, and
did not see eye to eye with his
father.
Police sources said neither
Livneh nor lerman was directly
connected with the main group,
(called the Adiv group for Ehud
Adiv. one of the four Israeli
Jews sei/.d :n the initial round-
up along with 35 Arabs, in wh.it
authorities sail was a Syrian-
directed espionage ring), but a
sjiecial messenger of the Syrian
intelligence bureau had come to
visit Livneh and Lei man and
suggested they join the ''revo-
lutionary movement" to "oust
the Zionist conquering forces
from Palestine."
According to police sources,
both Lerasaa and Livneh. mem-
bers of a faction which split
from Mat/pen. rejected the sug-
gestion but the\ did not inform
Israeli authorities alout the
contact, an oft. use m itscll.
I'oli.e w.-re aware of that meet-
ing but the two were not im-
mediately detained In the hope
that the Syrian contact might
try another meeting.
Both had been under constant
surveillance since the arrest of
Vered, a left-wing extremist who
joined the Students for a Dem-
ocratic Societv while in the
United States and later quit
Mat/pen because he thought tha
u n t i Zionist pro Trotskyist
splinter group was too conserv-
ative.
The two denied all charges
during interrogation, contend-
ing they did not know the man
they met was a Syrian agent.
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Community Calendar

ATI RIMY. JAX1 \RY IS ^
talc sTnal B nth Women's Show Fort Lauder-
-I KDA1 JAXTAaTI II
Lauderdale B'nai B nth Woman's Show Fort Lauder-
hool
MOMHV JAJtTABf 13
TV" rviod Genera! Meeting
TIEMIW l\M ARY ]<
Tenv- 111 W Sterhood Board Meeting
iano Chapter of Brandeis Cniver
Wi mamm Ihntti Study Croup
Teaapie Shoiosi Sisterhood General Meeting
WEDNT>I>\Y JAMUr 17
National Council of Je%wh Women General Meeting
THiESDvt nan 'MR i
For- Jauderdaie Hadassah
Brai:dvLs University Women's Committee Needlepoint
Study Group
arffTBDAT, MUTCAaTT SO
B neJ B nth Women- Show Fort La infer-
>ngh S.hool Benefit of Retarded Children m Brow-
ard Co
iviju rv\i utT t\
B'nai Brith 1438 Dinner Dance Williamsons R--st.au-
rant
MONDAY. JAM ARY
Brandei- I Wamm'i Committee Study Group
Tl IM)U JAM ARY
Fort Lauderdale B'nai B":ith General MistlH
Temple Frrarj-F: SMHtaod Fvening Group 8 to 10 pjn
IBRMMMf MM ART U
B'nai B nth Ahavah Chapter Or.eral Meeting
.lewt-h Federation of North Broward Women's Division '
Initis: Gifts Luncheon
THCIW) \V JAXl'ABf M
I 'lavah Board Meeting
Brandeis Unnersity National Women's Committee Study
Group
Chai Chapter Hadaxah General Meeting 1230 p.m.
Religious
Services
MTM ISRAEL (T^Pj.) Co"Mrya.
4'
m,Df Ahii RUM* C"tor Mau
IUAHuZl. S w oafia-d Par*
EB.vd R.fr R.bbi ** A^
ram*. Cantor Jeroma Klemant.

OMFANO tlACM
SMOLOM ITWHI'. 1 '.'".too
Con.rvat.v >> Morris A Skop
Cantor Jacob J Roniar
i
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kUcor irlll boa* *a "<
U. II
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MAA-GATI
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. oorvatlwt) 101 NW th St. -_____
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am.'SiTASS B'nai B'rith Conversions Report Hit
By Orthodox Jewish Education Group
By Special Report
NEW YORK A recent B'nai
- claiming that only a
4e percentage of Jewish
iert> are converting to Chns-
t anity has been severely criticized
th> National Committee For
Furtherance of Jewish Education
"FJFJ a> being "completery
a-iing"
ishing su'Ti a r*->r
, n said Rabbi
>t> J H*cht HSCillhn
he NCFJE, which for
" -an a 0,-mrter century has
I Anti-Shma jani-
:;bating Jew-
I
The B'nai B ror stems

:.- t,, Christlan-
By th -
nition the B
ling |
thi i igh :
tianity w
, fj."
Rabbi Hecht said that reports
received by NCFJE representa-
'iv.-; from \anou> roHege camp-
ttcatte a large-scale defec-
tion of I< willl youth from Judn
'hat :- increasing tremendously
as a direct result of ct-rtain
financed Christian evangelistic
groups bent on wooing away Jew-
m their religion
The truth Ls that most of the
Jewish on our college
campuses today are not Mmtifled
with Judaism and do not '
h<> ssM Call
it conversion, call it n^jection of
it mak'
i-nce whether a .' <*. Bo-
changes his faith for that of an-
other religion or j Mi
i-- That Jew i- ;.^t to Ju-
daism"
Aeeoi line to Rabbi Hecht, the
.ing somiime a
nil when

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Win dws th- Jetj off"r a
pr.iM-r .iskini; th- \lmi^ht> to
t'liaril hi* tonetif from \il .ift-r
i <>ni linliii- th' Ii.isk IkmIv of
pfBfM?

states :h;it he h'
torkfue will not ha\i his
A-
After finishing the
body i>f pra...
I hat his DHsi I
idered il
th*- Almighty. Actually, the
i-luding statement ol
body of prayer is a plea rn.it the
"f my mouth" be
ablt- before the Almighty In
to achieve su h a goal ., ;.. rson is
asked to trfw for th.' stal U of
being one whose worch
t and well-int.-n.ie!
Should the worshippei
who normally ipceJn evl !
th<-rs. rn- establishes the
boo arni th- record ol one
should not be taken
P .: thl
seeks to find favoi in ol
the itow thai
i .
ship tow
Chai Chapter
Functions Set
' rtich

i tl M
Jewisli i
Si Tl UTS !.,;. .! if) > ,. | .
M" r'u" Ll' uon
eak-!
Persons ln.
' m iho iM contact Mrs Mil-
Stein).
All naid-up men
ter aro fnvitrd to a mini-lun.-hr,,n
in Temple Shoiorn, Pompano
ifc-ach. at nixin Thursda,v Jan
nemben will
welcomed and may paj their I
he dnor according to Panaie K
Goodman. pubJicity chairman.
Mt < Ckoar -surtll program vice
President, has anang.-u Cot R
Moms A Skop. spiritual lea'..
, the t.-mple. to present a book n-
, v fulluuin* the luncheon Rabbi
I SRoj. will SuflrsmaitK Eban. Rob-
ert. St. John's portrait of hraels
( foreign minLster. which has been
railed "A ill-Unwished contribu-
tion to eontemiiorary b
and a definitive work."
Israel's 25th anniversary year will see record numl
of visitors arriving in that country. The 25th annivers
is important as it serves to underline the important pic
tourism has assumed in the Israel economy in r
years. Tourism replaced citrus as the leading ioreiq
currency earner in 1968. when on the 20th anmver
year it showed an increase of nearly 50 p?r cent. S
te: of Tourism Mcshe Kcl. the man who has been n ;e
responsible for the growth, since he assumed responsib
for Israel's tourism in 1966 estimates that neam
800.000 tourists will visit Israel m 1973 and 11.:
try appr 5 250 million in earnings
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I January 12. 1973
* tt Iki,Utt of North Broward
Page 7
As We Were Saying By ROBERT SEGAl
When Not Fighting Back Takes Guts
?1*
n \ vot are TOi.n to right life's '.<
,,11 your arm in almg or I lag r a ul or a
. n in your sane ol mob litj you h i
(i i::,'ht to brittle Asa i I a I
ip!
Jackie Robinaon breaking in
with the Brooklyn Dodferi in 1947,
had OM Imp.....I i>n him by Branch
You must ha e the guts
not to fight back, the
mans pi i>i ih D idxei-
Jackie aa ha lurm I the kaj m the
first baafhaJ latch pened
pier,
, re sailing me I've cot I k Mr
I .! i I "II that'-- It, I 'iii'!
i that's th<
I Marl with the D
. ugh But hooked on to the yi
d Hi- recital about Ja
U (wart to make strong men WSSD, to make
thoughtful citizens boa their heads a hit in shame,
a great deal In sorrow and even more in respect.
There was that time the House Committee on
Un-American Activities had Jackie In, presumably
i- o to witch hunt. 'Hie baseball player
ran He warned against con-
ng the activities of Communists with the In-
as i member of a minority group.
"The fad that 11 la Communist who denounces In-
ha li the courts polio brutality and lynching
when il h p as doesn't change the truth of the
toid the startled Red teasers ."
were stirred up long before there was a
irtj and they'll stay stirred up long
itv has disappeared, unless Jim Crow
has ted as well."
Ja kie Robinson's advent in hie league base-
about the time some indu-tiial states
w< re struggling over proposed Fair Employment
Practio gislation. Curious to recall now, Branch
Rickey didn't like the idea of FEPC legislation. He
expressed the tear that FEPC law- would set in
motion a counter force of mass opposition to fair
play Fortunatedly, Mr. Rickey and thousands who
shared that view, were proved wrong. Without the
Imination against members of
minority troupe would still t>e up In the saddle and
the deprived. Martin Luther King's
opinion on thai matter rings truer now than ever:
"Perhaps morality cannot be legislated, but bc-
havioi can be regulated Legislation cannot eJsni
the In art but it can control the heartless "
Jackie Robinson grandson ol i slave was
reared in such poverty that diabetes plagued htm
n childhood qn and contributed to his failure
: the close ot in- da) A champion on
a;; t oft ih. playing Held, he was a valiant warrior
foi the right of man. las JiS
Israel Newsletter
By Carl Alperi
Looking Back Twenty Years
Is It -! 10 1 I \K*> \.'i it
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unclom Thoughts
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tfw Si bul now
Israeli sci ntists h
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so that my thin
better In salt and
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ttoa wa .1 iti dunam In brackish
IB la pure waie. Brackish water loo
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i and l't ih had ,n''
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i i-t American to adn NafcH
,.! teachersal law at the University of
n,c- Rai l and Kurlatchlck, hi a
t. the New York Tme-. think Israel did
saspeflhig Mayer Lanark]
The spectacle.'' they write "of an oM Jew.
I shuntad across nal lanal borders, seeking "
I ,;l> cOUHtrj Whk* H1 have
not please ttw n
! | ,,,.,. ,,. UradJ expulsion -ee--
,o prindp] Itat. I la the Talmud
. winch th. panitanl
the High Prl H maj o\ tread there _
Vve think that an old Jeai a*o has *Pf*"ed "
.. ,, urad mej ba rlgHU ******
penitent
I ]: tells In h autoblo) raph) ol the ry
with th G< ; through the
An omats. Afti r p
ed that both si les
i. i- ;i p| n the
,--% in 1 to the lor to
I w, ui del land thai an Is
i itj wishes to i.e. t the Chancellor A I i
j t it irrect Wi
that th. t an 1
t)
hort :it. i th
to actua
,,. th. Knesset Violent
' w I
wln led the old Knesset building The
r:, pring over a thousand, was held hack
(I .,,,, the Knesset session only with the great-
ly, Michael Bar-Zetoar telta In his biograph) ol
Ban-Gurion of the riot that followed:
Troops arrived to break up the crowd and restore
ih looked like a battleground,
ui), ., ,rtng. the rround strewn
,,. broken ibs All the wind, i
, ,h had been smashed and
than 100 police injured "
The Knesset approved the negotiations b) a vote of
il
Tll ngnin, of the agreetnenl treaty between the
lucted ta great aeorecy Nkhola.
Baiabkir* in bh mrw book on the Rapnrati..... tell. h.
Uiccw ch. lamen ware aumas......d at r ^.m.Xo a
sere, mc,:n. Place from ......* Uken
tJ H.........*tls oony*BV^
he, Jewtah mis-, who o,......
th matter.
D Sah '" '"'" '!:
ndry.0
. ol -......ns **
led that m Private, later, then
more eordtellty.
,. Vogel In another very new hook, reports that
, ,.,..,, fbu* bulb exploded wtth loud
lMne p. c^roiouch. an assassination was taking place.
Such wa- th. tense smmA
M,;chhasha,;^cd,nth.-in.ervemn,Mve.,!- Both
,ht reStftuOon have been of VyTreat eea
. .,.-,.,,nee to UKJSl, but it ls quite clear to all that
thii has been csaasaeasatkai for material losses suffered
,, to, <,, be i. : "^ ',,,, w,pmK '"" of a
i
v.i the simple fad ol re^Ubllahmenl of relations
,,,, had happened SSSS undoubtedly an evesH of
Importsnce. it h-ad^ ana to beheva that
Arab-Jewish mUsSWOhatnanl is certainly not beyond the
ssaln el poKsibiluy.
BOOK REVIEW Sevmour Liebman
Black Encounter j
TWO VOI SO JEWISH al thi '
' sit y of Rhode 1 hid i
B an antholog) ol statemenl I i i it
"-
I
the
.ves that the) havi

not
do the) to
.--
In Btarh Krawatf: The \m.-
Xiii.rMaii sad she Inseriraa lew S
Wei Arthur Steli Scho ken Books pa
s. 95 thi re a
n ., half-million know- wh
ms .. d and then an o ei I 0 Indi
. N Geoffre) Parrinder in "R. -
n in Afn a," writes There is a great multi-
phcit) "|(l th "1 tradl-
,,,., outh ot the Sahai
The noted N fro hlsto an, John Hop"' Frank-
lin, w i ites, "It Is isl) ImpossH
limited neralixations concerning the way of lifi
a continent so large as Afi ca with so many varia-
tions in population."
V.'lr. do the authoi- u-- \I \ ..
The Negro In this countrj u I without
si j h) phei atkm as an all et ro fnere Is j
the question as to whether the Nejin ancestors
were Christians, pagans oi Moslems.
Frai llsn also writ that in th < continent
i-- >! worki found it
ii Impossible to raise genealo) i
i i rutiny.'
Tii' n r > Nejrro strati He itiona in this
I o sta-
tus not -I i lit hie -o.
thi church and
te n- are undergohi
'ih"- noti ol this.
In one place Ihej write that the Jew i.- visible
I i b) na ""' of dret
U that the J w is non-identifiable I
other whites We disagree with their statement
that as part of the dominant European culture
Jews, b) and lame imbibed the pejorative ama
ol patepte ol African descent."
Speaking personally, I attended two high
school- in New Vwk and rwrh -Thonl had at least
35' Negro students. \\'e played, studied and swam
mule in the public |*>ols and in my four years there
never ssaa racial Incident Neither my parents
nor any of their [rienda aad any anti-Negro preju-
dice and "achwartaa" waa never a pejorative unless
one can say that "maid" is a pejorative.


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