The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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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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wJewist Filariidliiai m
Volume 2 Number 9
oi NORTH BnOWARD
February 23, 1973
Price 20 cents
Campaign Dinner Dance
Gaining Momentum
Dinner chairmen, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Levine. and initial Rifts
chairman, Alvin Gross, have an-
nounced that reservations for
the Jewish Federation United
Jewish Appeal campaign have
been coming in at a rapid rate.
Plans arc now being com-
pleted for th> ?ala affair to he
h Id Sunday. Feb. 25. at Pier 86,
to launch the campaign.
Guest speaker will be David
Schoenbrun, CBS commentator,
and news analyst.
The chairmen h;tve stated that
"this promises to be the high-
light function of the year and
the catalyst for North Brow-
ard's highest campaign effort in
its history.'
Chai And Sabra Hadassah
Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Chai and Sabra Chapters of Ha-
dassah are holding a sixth annual
Youth Alryah luncheon Thursday.
March 1. at 11:.% am at the Boca
Teeka Country Club in the Guest
Lodge Auditorium. WOO NW 2nd
Ave Boca Raton.
The speaker at the affair will be
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the
Miami Beach Chapter. Women's
Division, American Society for
Technion, and founder and former
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of Hadassah.
Hussein's Visit Fails
To Change U.S. View
WASHINGTON D.C, IJTA)
- Tlie Nixon i tr-nri
MI) We.hi.-li> In dip
circles aa h to its i
ttona on tl i"1-
lou; ssein'f -.
the Preeld I In
Bdvane
Men'- meetin Kith Nixon n*
Whit.- Hum-- March I K
Huasein wenl to Palm ''-
from here.
This a- waa
nvlng i..... -i"11" Scali,
the new a-
i the United Nai i I
TV "Taeuri and Ai
Mr 8 new ini-
tiative" b) Hi.- '
the niakir.
would ha baae I m tl
pr.-ss.sl in t;
on an I Secrei State WU-
liar:
naked ti
p-irts that S
tiativea in the Middle East after
In Vietnam. Mr
Si i i. taking his first major
I. ih: lince Ma ap-
idor. ob-
I thai Mr Nixon had "con-
cludi i hlng 'idks
4 the wot Id"
with If'i- he toon
: the Issue* with Mrs.
Meir.
The-.' <;. Scali I
lad-sweep
kind v which is under-
way, tnd it ao
enl I an
i Initi iti\.-.
Purthermore Mr S
nind that the
Unite "til .
m 342 of
L967 i. the bash for
? and believes it of-
fnui eworii for
Klan Dragon. Cross Burning
Ittracl Slim Crowd Here
Zionists Warned
Of Arab Atr ocities
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Edward Topaz and Mrs.
Bphraim Co Uns.
Today, Youth Aliyah is pre-
pared to meet the needs of young-
sters already in Israel who have
come from disadvantaged or cul-
turally deprived homes. It must al-
so be ready to meet the needs of
youngsters coming from lands
where unrest, persecution, aliena-
tion and difficult living conditions
threaten Jewish life and Jewish
values.
TEL AVIV (JTA) -- Police
and BfCUrfty officials are investi-
gating the possibility of a con-
nection between Monday morn-
ing's ambush attempt on the
life of former Mayor Raahid
Shawa of Gaza and yesterday's
murder of Deib Ismaell el Ar-
bitti. an opponent of Shawa who
had l>een mentioned as a possi-
ble mayoral candidate.
The gangland-style murder of
Arbitti was the first political
murder in Gaza in several
months. The victim was taken
from his home by three gun-
men before dawn Sunday His
bullet-riddled body was found
near a wall about a half mile
away.
Shawa suffered slight hand
wounds when two bursts of auto-
matic fire struck his red limou-
sine while he was driving from
his home to a citrus-packing
plant in the Gaza Strip. He
said later that he believed his
attackers were Arab terrorists.
Shawa was removed from office
by Israeli authorities last year
when he refused to extend mu-
nicipal services to refugee camps
in the Gaza area.
i
Grant D
hooded Klai
burning e
Bui a Fi I la
rent coui
thai
persona, Includ
mbere, to i mptj Ill';''
half-mile WSS1 t K I V.
near Hon
Even anew Bin '""
Undent '';l ,h*i
audience. Tl a attributed
t pov
I munist il
n ted -:
1
.ie.ti.Ti from
oi the
Jews,
athe-
their
t ,M. Red dan ier."
a 30-foot high croaa wai
the rally, which main-
Klan record oi atrik-
ing "in in tlie crowd atti tun
busim la In S aith Florida in re-
cent yean.
E>r. Nahum N. Glatzer. whose
scholarly works placed him
among the first rank of con-
temporary Jewish writers, has
been named 1973 winner of
B'nai B'rith s Heritage Award
'for excellence in Jewish liter-
ature. The $1,000 literary piize
will ce presented Feb. 18 at an
awards luncheon in New York,
during the annual meeting of
B'nci B'rirh's commission on
adult Jewish education. Dr.
Glatzer, author and editor of
more than a score of significant
volumes on Jewish themes, is
noted in particular for his biog-
raphy of and other work.-; on
theologian Franz Rosenzweig,
with whom he had been closely
associated. Dr. Glatzer is now
professor of Jewish history and
social ethics at Brandeis Uni-
versity.
On the day of his removal.
Arbitti, a former Gaza court
clerk, was elected chairman of
the local council of the Kl Shatti
refugee quarter which had just
been incorporated into the Gaza
municipal council. It was be-
lieved that terrorists murdered
Arbitti as a warning to all other
candidates not to collaborate
with Israeli authorities. Arbitti
was the father of 10. His fu-
neral yesterday was attei
by thousands of Shatti quarter
re fur
Serving as hostesses at Plaza South, Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal function, from left to right (seated)
Mrs. David Kramer, Mrs. Milton Frankle, Mrs. Fred Licht-
man and Mrs. Morice Haynes. Left to right (standing^ Mrs.
Mortimer Kassell. Mrs. Helen Lewenstein and Mrs. Nathan
Karlin.
'Reverse' Quotas
Investigated Here
The Florida office of the Anti-
Defamation is been
-. : ici In I
into cl
criminal I nt at
Miami-Dade Junior I
The Jewish Floritliau
learned thai I le Al >L
assisted tw o whl at
M ami-l >ade in the filing of
i barges of i icial disci iminat
dnst the college wi
U, s. i:.| iaJ I :":-
tun.';, I i mn Ission.
lioth fac
that their contra* U havi
terminate I at the i nd oi
c year aa tii l
quota system which fa> -
i a< ka and other minoi It
Thej cl dm thai l< -
Btaff, who are minority
members, have be* n i etai
a pn
Arthur Teitelbaura, Al
ti.I (; rector, aai thai the


wet ka
I!"
affii a act*
t Indical
tends '

i
i nti on wh
rent efforta to reduce its staff."
'i tonal lering i i religion,
nat* in dei
who should be minated
would be (i n un-
.: .il." ao to i; u ton
i ing. chairman of ADI.'s ev-
; the Flo
Regional Board
wei k. Mr. Ti
udr-
f the 1 i ADL n
e had a mee'ing
'of
of I nistrative ataff.
i : that ; was
iss '
Leagui '' the Col-
action ;
Mr. 11.1 the meet-
a h ink exchai
\ lev a." but said w il 1
withhold f> rther con I mil
i i ague's leadei I an
hs-
Reacting to al
St ite '.'ni-
,:. Mr, Teiti i

fitly |
: tat ion
.
' Chai
I
in
; il ti eatment

i quota
ntal In em>
ij ment or o
the concept of cual
ortunity based on individual
it.


Page 2
PtfMft AfMtoP of North **""*
Friday. Fesansare 23. 1973
"
NCCJ Brotherhood Awards Going To
Meyer, Swenson, Robbie; Sen. Tunney Guesl
United States Senator John V Ftr*ng Ouiiiiiilitftii end legal counfH
Tunnej ol mm ttaefWl%ltted States Senate hef/-
leatured speaker at the Zlat ai* isjs <>n the Urban Aftaara bills
brotherhood diMM BpoBBMlFMl airing the Kennedy attministra-
l\ the National Conference >>i :i"n.
Christiam ai I Jews held at
tontainebleau Hotel "n Feb.
- -
three citlaena who have pro-
ted i!ie I dials of brotherhood
this community have been
en i" receive Silver Medallion
iiothernood Awards, the highest
honor Oi uw Mauonal Conference
ciiiiMuins ami Jaws, awarded
U< iepresentathas <>f the three
leading fauna,
Rank Meyer, presideni, Hank
Aesoeiatas. Enc ; Joseph
I'.'>l)i if, manag ng partner oi the
DoipBim ami Edward P.
Bwenaon, .it ol Edward F. Swen-
m Coun-
vma honored at the a;
on w e In sdaj
iru need bj
in. chairman ol
boards ol ITICO Financial
I ... :
iin who i- h
i
i .: >: Ma He Industi u s,
i .ill III..i. Ml
tee.
er, who has I
u II.- poolic relation
i I since HHS has
..i its giowth a e ni
i i I 11 hi.
I.i W'OI .-
Hi serves a* i trustee >' the
I h.vei -. .. i : uuiii and ST1 Sinai
\ ntei lit i* m th" Ui
vet mnt hi :I,, i i.i i Fi inda-
liun ami is a faUlKBE ol
i H ai 'in! hi the I of
. nphorrj club.
He la a formei member of the
imnitv Relations Board and
has Mrvad as Publin Ralatitw
(hairmaa with tlb- I'mteiJ Fund
im nasaa/ yaaai, Ha Is a loimei
aairmaa al tiw Aiaaih an Cancel
Suclet) ami 1m' Miami lU'aeli
i anc ui'ii.v I'uliu Driva
Mr. Meyer lias received many
iirards, Inetading an Outstanding
im.- Leader Award from the
';i.ir i Beach CIvli League.
Joaapta Bobbie, through his faith
in tile Miami Dolphins and h's
involvement in communlt) affairs.
lias hclmd weld together many
niverse groups in the community.
A farmer sleeted offleial, Mi
'."ltii' win a charter member of
the Twin Cities Metropolitan Plan-
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He has been active in affairs
of the University of Miami. His-
nc College and Florida Memor-
ial Collage. Il<" has been BOB BOB-
-.oh' for laisum just ulster a hal!
million dollars for communlt)
nani.aiions. Including Varietj
hildri'ii's Hospital, Crippled Chil-
li en's Societj and (lomiuill In-
dustries.
Edward v Swenson, Jr. has
i an m\oi\e ml i-ommuniiv allaiis m Sous]
Florida lor jreara. Ha is a formei
i 'fn-r and a member of the Com-
nunitv Relations Board and haf
si completed his tei m as p
iient ui the Greatei Miami Coali-
tion.
llf i- .. fo ndi-r an,I trust.m 0
i \ lades School for Gil b
hairman "f the Investment Com
i littee "f the Universitj oi I Uai
iini a member ol
U uats
enson : foi
ill man and chairman o'
the board of the United Pund n
[icde Count)
n the board ol I
arhood .'
: i
1 \ tif. i P i 'i I; \ in
.1 IihhI Baasett
.\i '( i ^ a ch Ic o
formed in 1928 thai furtheas th
i .ui brotherbooi
h more than 70 regiona
.out the loiintrx
The formal dinner on Feb '-'1 L
the prim ii al nn ans of .- ipnorl fo
I)til .itn>nal effoi I
.1 the Florida Ri g on ol NOCJ
Tunnej is credited with tin
aaaaga of man] major bins, in-
lading the landmark "Noiae l'ol
tion Control Act" the liist ii
li.- nation'* history to estabUsI
strict noise standards in our cities
nd around the airports.
ii.- has beea activa in a wide
range "*. environmental leuislatun
and was one of the principal
authors of the Water Quality Con-
trol Art. wMafa mandates that all
ualavwagra be clean enough foi
mill'; l>. 19H1.
Totally, the Senator had siv
Mils sinned inUi lau during tin
SKtnd Congreaa. One provides
'Isasser leads to rebuild or assail
n-profit hospitals Another macfc-
he newly enfranchised 18-21 pass
Sri voter eliirible for tiiler.il jur>
litty. Anoilter of his bills
'..unrh.Ml the nation's fast assault
i^ainat sickle oaO anemia. He saw
as wm ado|ti ' mendments affecting unernpJop
i iient compeaaatlon, inereaaed So-
i ial Secauitj benefits for the
Meriv. castsumsi protection,
i alth t are and law enforcement
Sen Tunney also is the author
ii major legislation for the 1973
iongiasS) Thus includes the firsl
fni ni ol the nafum's anti-trust
aws in 20 years and legislation tn
j irotacl personal bash accounts
igainsl unwarranted governmeni
nooping-
Sen Timney, sun oi formei
wiM heavyweight hoaing (ham
inn. Gene Tunney, was graduated
.om Vale Untveisit) and from the
m\eiMt\ ui Virginia Law School,
.here he won the Appellate Coaat
omiH'titii.n He was admitted to
he Bar in New York and Calif ar-
ia and has practici d law in both
Utes
Sen Tunnej was cli ed
'ongress from California In 1 m ; 4
nd tn ma
n 1966 and 1968. He was
t'tl to thi s. nate in 1971
largest ai n evi
i >.i an.- candi late in Call!
a this century. He tl
.ed i m-i : i i ni ('olumbia '
ittei
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Friday, February 23, 1973
+Jewl$tnorknar) Of North Broward
Page 3

Histadrut Foundation Hits
$27.5 Million At Conclave

Directors of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation. Inc.. this week ap-
proved a campaign goal of $6
Wye
.~>*
mot LEVIN
million for the fiscal year ending
Sept 30. 197:i. as the eighth an-
nual National Mid-Winter Confer-
ence opened at the PontaJnebleeo
Hotel \s ith a board meeting.
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia
uas re-elected national campaign
chairman. I)r. Leon Kronish of
Miami Beech was M'-i lected chair-
men of the board and Dr. Sol
Sti-in of New York ^as re-elected
president at the board meeting
which began a four-da) conference.
Climax I th conclave was to
be a dinner Th u la) night at
which Urael Finance MJrdater
Pinc!~a- S ipil e u '" ipeak. and
v. i- to pi eeenl I w. Kronish, rabbi
of Miami IJ-a.h's Temple Betl
Bholora, with tth "$25 Million
Award" "t the [arael Histadrut
Foundatfc n tor th. rabbi'a leader-
ship in the organization's attain-
ment of more than $25 million
in cash and long-term commit-
menta
Mere than LS.....h tegatea from
throughout the United states and
Canada are i ai I dpating in tin
Mid-Winter Conference.
Figurea presented by Dr. Stein
to the oard dlscloaed that the
1. | ition had Si- ired I
million b) the i lose of Its last
f. i! year.
Cash and commitments secured
In advance ol the Mid-v.
Con) ed the total an-
nounced W iy to |27.5
million. flei tin total ->f S-'
'million raised._to\\iirds.the $6
'million goal adopted. The figure
had bean recommended at a na-
tional conference of the National
Committee for Labor Israel in
New York last November.
Dr. Stein said of the $25.5
million raised through September
30. 1972, more than $4.4 million
niready has been turned over in
ash to the National Commit tee
for Labor Israel and another $1.4
million in cash transmitted di-
rectly to Histadrut in Isra
through Histadrut Annuity Trusts
The Mid-Winter Conference's
opening plenary si-ssiun Tuesday
night feature*I a keynote address
by Ambassador David Rivlin,
[arael Consul Qeneral in New
York. A concert by Sidor Belarsky
dedicated to Israei'i 25th anniver-
sary oi statehood and a Menorah
of Statehood ceremony in which
28 Jew ish community leaders from
' the United States ami Canada par-
ticipated by lighting candles.
, shared the spotlight. The session
J begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Fon-
t.unehleau HoteL
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
supports the health, educational
ind welfare programs of Histadrut
.n Israel through wills, bequests.
Income and annuity funds, annuity
UUSta and other forms of deferred
Iving.
Sylk told the board that if the
Mid-Winter < '* nference achieves
ihe success which is indicated, the
Israel Histadrut Foundation "can
\, the figure ol 131 5 million
by the end of the fiscal year,
l 1973."
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Volume 2
Fridcry. February 23. 1973
Number 9
21 ADAR 5733
Concern For The State of Our Brothers
Much has been written about the plight of the Arab
refugees, ignored by their brothers, used as political pawns
by the cynical leaders of the Arab nations and harassed
by terrorists whenever they seek to make better lives for
themselves as offered by Israel. But little is heard of Jews
who were forced to flee from their homes in these same
Arab nations, their property and money confiscated, and
that is probably because the Jewish people all over the
world have taken care of their own in the best tradition of
our faith.
The Jewish community in Iraq has been reduced to
cbout 400 since the Six-Day War forced the great majority
to flee that hostile nation, but despite that fact there are
authentic reports that the handful remaining are now in
danger of their lives and that 10 prominent members of
the community have been executed. While the Iraq leader-
ship is notoriously irrational, it will be recalled that its
Jewish population was permitted to emigrate following the
1969 execution of nine Jews and the great international out-
cry which followed. Such an outcry must be made now
to save those remaining for, unlike the Arab leadership,
we are concerned with the fate of our brothers wherever
they may be.
Middle East Initiative Awaits Soviet
Despite the visit of King Hussein in February and
Golda Meir in March, the word from Washington is that
the Nixon administration wiTJ not take any new Middle
East initiative until after the even more important visit
of the Soviet leader, Brezshnev much later this year.
There is a growing impression, because of the uneasy
quiet on the Arab-Israel frontiers, that both sides are mark-
ing time until the two great powers manage an accommo-
dation, if that is possible, on the questions of the Middle
East But it would be a mistake not to see on the horizon
a peculiarly American problem that must be watched, and
that is the question of oil.
It has always been the contention of the State Depart-
ment and oil interests that our support of Israel even a
neutral stance as some administrations have attempted
is not in the best interests of this nation. Confronted this
winter with an oil crisis, the court ruling in the Alaskan
pipeline case, and a bleak outlook in general on energy
sources, the pro-Arab forces are going to be hard at work
again trying to change things, if they cub not already
doing so.
The pressure on Israel, in any case, to be more flex-
ible in terms of territory is going to be great. While we
here in America have a tendency to view Israel's position
on this as virtually unanimous, the upcoming elections
there are bringing to the fore some powerful groups within
the Labor Party which are questioning the policy of in-
flexibility prior to a formal peace settlement.
Histadrut's Powerful Influence
The influence of this area in the work of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation will be seen again when the eighth
annual national mid-winter conference is held here for
three days next week.
While the sessions will be climaxed with a well-de-
served award to Rabbi Kronish of Beth Sholom, national
chairman of the board of the Histadrut Foundation, the
highlight promises to be the talk by Ambassador David
Rivlin, Israel's consul-general in New York and former
senior political advisor to Foreign Minister Abba Ebon.
Histadrut's powerful influence in the development of Is-
rael and its American support make the meeting here one
of outstanding significance.
.
WASHINGTON. DC, The
'DeilWlWlf'^iavo given genial
tough Robert Strauss the task
of "all the king's horses and all
the king's men.'" He is to "put
Humpty Dumpty hack on the
wall again." The.old RooseveJ-
tian coalition is of course the
Humpty Dumpty to be rescued
by the new chairman of the
Democratic National Committee.
With immense industry and a
kind of jolly faithlessness, chair-
man Strauss has now laid the nec-
essary groundwork for undoing
the more obvious damage done
by Sen. George MctJovem and
his power-hungry supporters.
With his own backers ranging
from Chicago* redoubtable
Mayor Richard Daley to Sen-
ate Majority I sTltftr Mike Mans-
lield. StraUB ready to act.
The first itap to be taken
soon will be the apjwintment >f
new nMaary council to the
national committee, wholly com-
posed of "people responsible to
constituencies that have elected
them." As a senator. George Mr-
Qnaagrn can serve an the council
if he chooses. But the oon-ti-
tuency requirement will exclude
all the more fiery and deter-
mined McGovernltes
THK 5BCOJfD step, also to be
taken soon, will i>e enlargement
of the already twoVU n national
committee by 25 more mem-
bers. The committee's numben
are swollen because the Mc- :
Governites j>ackcd it in the :
hop.- of naming penman* at
majority They failed, as wa-
pro-.ed by the choice of Hob ,
Strauss to succeed the left-wing
Valkyrie, Mrs .Iran West wood
But the 25 MM members wi'l
give Strauss and his friend-
much more spcuritv J
Then there If, the so-called
Charter CbftmYslsaien, set up by
the MeGovcrnite- with a man-
date to organize an interim" |
Democratic National Convention
in 1974. Valkyrie Wotwood'.s '
Charter Commission of lOri
members will be enlarged to
150 member-, again producing a '
body with a pro-Strau>s major-
ity
Finally, there is the commit'
1st on delegate .-election, also
set up by the McGovernltes.
That one will be enlarged by Hi
more members, including "at
least one person from every
stab-." In all this there are
two aims One is to change the
rules that produced the pro-
McGovem convention ol 1972.
"THE SPIRIT of the reforms"
is to be retained along with a
good manv of the new rules
used in 1972. But the rule
against "slating" delegations is
to go. and so is the so-called
quota system, which actuary
prevented representation it Mi-
ami Beach of large munlier* of
potential Democratic voter- A-
to the "interim" convention, the
very idea of it Ls loathsome to
99 per cent of Democrats who
now hold office. It will be trans-
formed into a brief, rubber-
stamp affair.
Meanwhile, Stewart Mott is
financing an organization of the
far-out MeGovcrnite thinkers to
fight these wicked, worldly at-
tempts to make th Democratic
Party into a winning part)
But although Mott may spend
heavily, and Valkyrie Westwood
will surely make the rafters
ring with protests, these people
)rj not have the vote- any longer.
Unfortunately, however, as
Bob Strauss privateb. admits,
the Democrats' real trouble goes
much deejM-r than the damage
the MoGavernHet did to the
party structure. Chairman
stiau-- L- tak a of thai
But he cannot take care of the
kind of Mob-<>n'- Choice pre-
sented by the South, for Bt-
ample
on tiik ONI hand, only
liberal Dsmaeral likely
to win the partys nomination
On the other hand, lib
mere nomination will auto
.ally concede the whole S
more than half of the
electoral votes needed to win
to the nsgn the rtx;)uWican-
*ruminate. And the n'aftlonsHM I
the South ha v.- now spread to j
I the crucial, formerly Demo-
' cratic hlue-coll.ir vote in the
North.
Several leading figures among
the Democratic liherak nota-
bly Sen. I-xhvard M. Kennedy,
ha\e therefore begun to mull
ovet these painful problems.
Sen. Kennedy hopes the dire
busing issue will be de-fanged
by the Supreme Court. 'If this
e- not happen, the Demo mile
liberal* will probably commit
unanimous hara-kiri I Nonethe-
less, Kennedy realistically fore-
by JOSEPH ALSOP
jtees that the Southern and blue-
collar voters will continue to
constitute a grim threat to his
partv's liberal wing.
The real need is to put she
Oemocratir Party lck where
it was in I960 when President
Kennedy got a huge alter of
Southern electoral votes and
mast of the Northern blue-roll hi-
vote Thi- is tembly difficult,
however, hrcsuar it will re-
quire the liberal Democrats t >
reject even denounce, most of
the fa*V'onablc -ioean-think by
which they hove been earning
their fasfvonnb'c ssStsaaal
SM.S ?
Max lerner
Sees It
MIAMI. Fla. Then ii much thai moot <>f m still ha\e to
learn about that chat we call pollticaJ man*'
and about tht tsllvei Proti tally
i not nstantly bc<
Look >n Vi'.e" in ttlturlea
Iowa ii the two -i n1 Nixon's e
f| :t fell he hi i-d a "peae
with honor," 26 p r cent thought not Bvei triktni
per i n' iho i [hi the Hano had I I eenl not
Compel the taken 10
earlier, just per eenl
thought u would lit thought it I hurt
the char i
Mat *ith the 57 per cent ar>t pan
get a v l n 10 day*. 1 hn> > thi
hi i-tniH-hntcnt is -till then'
antiwar in A erica which ed President
office ai Ml Ml* I I
itood tbi understood the shift in til of
change al ing with tl opinion
Ile used these ..- hit i tical a h lu-
enttne maneuvers with
Ikuhv a phrase which he tl v al hi- presi net ami
said tho ling. Largely he outmaneu-
\ pred his ts bees tleal an Is
protean
\ keek I > ever-chai
verj ttcr-daj Arm
" tmstanOy stunned by
It* ned attitudes, Amarl i li
the omethlng
IH I
TAMT. LYNDON lOlfX* S'9 TM IGI aivtln- io-t
Of the bete ttitude* and rhanginc: e^-ent*
Johnsoi u I tl Iheci ise^Hta. fa stsffd tuccea-
ton, Irsnsformed (hi ttit Inward him from fall
vengeful bain i to respectl ippieolaUow, Tm> ran now t:
Hon I.r ino thee) I rrral company without touching
wood to keeji tl Par all hi- blunders ab.Mil
i i slating i)i. w tr h nnonal
M' h hestmty, but be
proved able I return the thruil Hii press confei'ei i
only 11 day* an i in iratmn rra\-r htm a charx-e la
tm.....r Mi target rtel-
lectuai- an.i the I i
A* "."-"r" -> was beln forecast and 1
'"' ".'">t mo!l,,,:t '' n the partnefrhip ere rur-
^7^' .! to lwv,.s*tls(i..l.tvlf
UtV -r brotarht back was net a sellout.
:,"":'',," '''' n'"" '" Ined in declaring
,h" ,:a'n "" tho** who never forgave Kissinger for
! I:, '" M' N' "- A-t------------ rnraskir ind
**?l J*' "wughl be ar,
iob but now ,.;;.... himon ,,, ,,,,.ik -w _(>
,n ",; II be leaving after several years aaf
Uirough with the much prepre-
;;"cl ,;'1"1 -s.,-,,.a-> oi state U ,- one of
pwtean am lea that anything .-a..
" ooi happen here.
Yottfc. partnership hai hii
:f,i need each other Without la
NJXn 'V^"" I and WithOUl the power hi*
k1-' ''w"|1 f* h the sand And without Kis-
singer Mr Nixon can'i ride the lumultueua tide f dfrpkmsacy on
which be i- la m I
THK TTDK moh n.
''"' "''""-: n Bid, Whsl d
J..NIX ., ,...,,,
whl-h ,,, ', N""h ^'"'nam. to rebuild the damage
V have cW? And who could he* roretoS
an An,,i,n public .til
"'in inwaid and not outw,-,
I|OWl tssreagfi ii ,>-<-t
otted dalrvoyajsl aoakl


Friday; FfcnMry23. 1973
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can't
give
mem
peace,
...
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f

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give them
peace
of mind
keep the promise
GIVE TO THE
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
The 70,000 immigrants to
Israel this year will find a
country still striving for
peace. The people of Israel
live surrounded by hostile
neighbors enemies capa-
ble of the massacres at Lod
... at Munich.
But the 70,000 immigrants
to Israel this year will find a
land where their children
can grow up in dignity. A
land where they can live as
Jews. Many, like the Soviet
Jews, have suffered, have
sacrificed, have waited
years. Now they come seek-
ing a new life.
No, we can't give them
peace. But we can honor
their courage. We can pro-
vide for their basic human
needshousing, education,
job training, health care.
We must help them as they
build new lives ... as they
claim their heritage.
We must let the new im-
migrants know that they do
not stand alone.
We can give them that
peace of mind.
ATTEND THE GALA CAMPAIGN OPINING
DINNER-DANCE
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25th 6:30 PJA.
PIER 66
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL-JEWISH FEDERATION
OF NORTH BROWARC



Page 6
>Jmlstncrldlar Of North Brow.rd
A VK\K ;ill.r th.ir irris.tl
New ( oniziTiralion i thm-fourui* of >u *******
In Coral Springs | *... sodm** to.. Mm
Growing Rapidly
Chairman Joseph Storch Heft) and Fred Lichtman (right)
flank guesi speaker Yehuda Hellman at the Gait Ocean
Mile Plaza South Condominium's Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign function.
Leaders of the Plaza South Condominium Jewish Federa-
tion-United Jewish Appeal campaign (left to right) Nathan
Karlin, Morice Haymes. Mortimer Kassell and Samuel Lurie.
Rabbi Shapero Guest Speaker
Mrs. Roger Odwak. chairman of ; witz. Mrs. Irving Kesner. Mrs
the Women's Key Gifts Division of Stephen Levtne, Mrs. Harry Mills,
the Jewish Federation. United [ Mrs. Allan Rosenberg. Mrs. Laz
Jewish Appeal, announced that the | Schneider and Mrs. Stephen To'ces.
key sifts luncheon will be held,
Wednesday, March 7 at 11:30 Bum
at the Inverrary Country Club.
Guest speaker will !> Rabbi San-
ipero, South* :onal
tor of the Union of American
,\ Congn
Si rving as cochairmen are Mrs
Lee Flshman, Mrs. David Jacko-
Coral Springs Hebrew C
,n which was organized in
Sei ti ber with 12 famille I
.mi to a membershii
15 fami let
Services are he'd every f
M with Rabbi Emanuel -;
nee a month and n
of the congregation
i the balance
!- .: Prop rl
\V< Jtinghouse have permitted the
ition to uas me Westing-
house Home Center on University
Dr., north of Sample Rd. in Coral
Springs,
A Hebrew school has been in op-
eration since October which takes
the children from kindergarten to
Bar Mitzvah. A youth group has
he*" formed for vonne adults 12
to 16. Known as The Philosophy
Group, it meets once a week for
open discussions on Jewish his-
tory and current events.
A Ladies Auxiliary has been
organised with Mrs. Morton Wolfe
serving as president Among ac-
tivities planned \f an art auction
at the lames Hunt Klementary
School in Coral Springs on Feb.
24 with a preview- at 7:30 p.m.; a
Purim festival and model Seder
for the children, and a member-
ship tea at the home of Mrs. Je-
rome Masor in April.
Jerome Mazor is congregation
president and Stew Stevens is
I chairman of the ritual committee
13.300 Bsnalpaatt c-d i* d
over who arrtw.l l re ilurinR
196!>-?0. The result-. rsBSSBSa' S3
the Oaatral Bureau ol tStMBcS,
Friday, February 23, 1973
show nearly a quarter of the
ISflSSSgBSaBl could s|*-iilt no He.
drew a year after arrtviil. \|.
moM all of I hi immigrantM
96', naid they imnul a re-
frigerator by year'a end: 67' 'o
had a K range; 49'. a TV;
8 ; netting machine: and 31 "
a waahlnc inai-hlne.
nettLe SBcRcek
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is our Business

Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Jim lali Telesn phh i i
Why is the evening prayer
called "Masrtr?"
Tli.' Hebrew word for evening i-
." Thus, the evening
is called by the word from th
root Hence. th-
"Maariv" is the name for the i
r, The woi I
con a root meai
n k." When the sun passes th
r>oint of the meri ii.ui it begins
to d ing westward and the
day begins to contain sha '
Th',L< the lay mi* -" w Ith I
it until the night taki
sne like to interpret this w
sv" as symbolizing a state ol
comparative "confusion." The mix-
ture of life and shadow in a sense
creates some confusion. The in-
,i darkness develops a cer-
tain feeling of Insecurity in the
human being who observes the
light fading into the dark horizon.
Such an experience surely calk 'o-
a certain degree of faith and re-
assurance to be expressed in pray-
er to the Almighty.
Why is the morning prayer
called "Shaehju-ith?"
" The morning st*- is referred to
as Shachar." This expression
comes from a root meaning
"clear." "bright." etc. In contri-
di-tinetion to the evening shadows
of confusion the morning engend-
ers a progressive degree of clarity
and light Therefore, the morn-
ing prayers are called "Sharharith""
because they are recited in a period
where the light is increasing. At
such a stage, prayer is in order.
First of all. man should take
advantage of the clarity to search
for the Almighty and to und-r-
stand Him. Furthermore, man i-
sometimes drizzled bv brightne-<
which can often blur his vision of
truth. At such a time he certainly
needs to be helped by the Al-
mighty. Man oftn needs God dur-
ing the light of success as much as
in the shadow of failure.
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-JeHlstfkrMiar, of North B'oward
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Old. New Chinas To Be Discussed At Breakfast
Dr. Ch "and Tu-llu. >r ol and 1963, has been prof*
td.icatioii. Teachers College, I ion at Columbia.
lumUa University, will -jh ak on
'The Old and New China*" at a
: tnu-EI llen*a Club, Feb. I
tli. temple, 32-lT> W. Oeklail i
Blvd.. Port I.aiderdate. Dr. II
will dtoouM the Inter-reletkinfhipi
Mainland China and TI
with each other, the United S1
':. I !. tad Nations as well as
prospect* for the future.
Dr. Hu. a native or Chingklng
recHvad his undergraduate educa
lion there and his doctorate
the r-iiversity of WaaMngl >n. Se-
attle. He has taught there and at
th. State I'niversity ol New \
He alto I
at Princeton and I and
is tin author oi many art!
Chinese history and education in
rofessional journals as well ai
!:. lew. He returned
lael fall after si*
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fJemsti ncrkttar
of North Browjrd
Friday. February 23, 1973
Jws Among Target Groups
For New Evangelistic Fervor
(Mr. Bernards is director of the in-
terreiigious cooperation department *
the Anti-ft&tsmattoti League of B'na.
Brith. This article is excerpted frsni
the current ADL Bulletin.
America is exiierieneine. and'
will continue to cxpertenre in the
next bWc in i" peart, an apanrge
ol Christian cangciist..- leiAor rii-
rected at the un luirehed. imba;)-
1 led ii>rtion oi the poou'ation
licrhape; more than half of the 200
nuilion people living in thus coun-
try.
Jewi will be includ'xt in the
taige: groups" toward which these
campsigi s will be directed, and
should therefore have enough ia
formation to permit a realist
praisal and iinderBtanding of tin'
situat on rather than an e:no-
Uortalb charged one. for there i-
no reason to push panic buttoni
The intensified evangelical cam-
paign in I'M)'-'!"-- has a- ii< -lo-
"Ca'ling our Continent to
Christ." Its origins go >>ack some
fix,, years to a pit for renewed
fervo bj Dr Carl Henry, editor
of Chris-
tianity Today*, and subsequent
p.. eti which ; n the set-
lii turc known as
Kej 73. In St
1.. ii- with
$5
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(
t
I
as tl :
i ishment
et;
Kris Sa-
1
eir-
t with tli activism <
Prior to and concui rent th
Hi :.. inting "i thr Key '73
paign tin- phenorm 11..... time
have been the "Jesus F eaks." the
"Jesus People," and the r most
axi ] on, the "(lii
of God" which arc char-
acti a very simplistic, lit-
i -t linkage to the wordi ol
th New Testament.
!' if Hi hard G tints out
that while the Jesus Revolution
Is nol inti-Semitic
ei thuslasm
and .1. have
i ri to b lent*
itic attit .
"*Vl .'I! Jews af-
f. \. d b) th- Jesus hV
aru! con Ihe past sev-
eral > a th > seen to be rel-
ativelv few in n
The con' rts tend
in all tin n Ivej "He-
hrev Christians." and sec the-
pedal llity, to convert
other J< ws t i Chi Utianity.
An organization known as the'
American Board of Mission- to
the Jews hai been in existence for :
o 75 years, funded, along with
similar hut smaller groups, by
("hri-tian denominations, churches,
and ind.v do il- to conduct specific
evangeli>tie thnists to Jews "He-
brew Christian" evangelists pe-
riodieally visit local evangehstks
ally-oriented churches to give their
witness as "Hebrew Christians"
for Christ. Others have engaged
in t reef-comer harantnies In
heavily uopulated Jewish neigh-
borhoods of big cities
But the new evangelistic thrust
directed to Jews takes a different
lack. It attempts to capitalize on)
the tragedies of the holocaust era.
when some Jewish individuals con.
verted to Christianity but Insisted'
on still being counted as Jew*. In;
a famous case, Brother Daniel, a)
Carmelite Monk of Polish Jewish
background, requested admission
to th- State oi Israel on the hasis .
of the Ijw of R"tiirn. fUe was
adjudicated not J sSthin the''
meaning of that law since he had \
mibraeed Christianity.) j I
The holocaust brought about a
perplexing confusion and ameer-
Utility about the nature ol Jewish
identity because Hitler'; Nurem-
berg decrei s measured a peasoo's
Witty a a Jew to be Shipped
to a concentration camp on the
basis having at least one Jew-
L*h [raatb.it, ri at Thus, prasjli who
had Ion;.' torgotlen their Jewish
origins were committed to the
samps. The crux of Brother Dan-
iel's argument before the Israel
SinHemc (ourt was a rabbinic
tradition to the effect that "a
Jew, although he i.s a sinner, Is
still a Jew" a ulna-.' whose
exact meaning and applicability is
Ktremely unclear and subject to
great lifference of opinion. Nev-
ertheless, the "Hebrew Christians'
in the country, and elsewhen
have used the Brothei Daniel ar-
rument to b itt ass their 0
lional position that they arc the
true J In that they arc th
ones a Um ring" to the OJ I
Testament, whereas the Jewish
tSsd pai ticularly Its I
i sm." Their view is a a
distortion of .' idii--n as It
the lime of Jesus
Th
'
t have 1
ol Mil
The groups concerned wi&\ P >'
setytating 'jcspedaUj Ur*fcawV">
wHI ride on the coat tails of the
Key '73 appeal to the general com-
munity Ads. like those which have
already appeared with the head-
lines So many Jews are wes
I that smile nowadays"' and What
me of the fastest growing move-
ments in Judaism today?" will
. iontain sMhtte distortion- and d --
: .jaragasoants o.' Jews and Juda
rhe net hods of the evangelists,
' wd t te "Hebrew Christian-.' Rta)
gentle, pOflte and leaauiibig on
the suria e but are essentially
imatory ai I dh traglng, w:th
. | re ourse to decept on as
i means of enticing Jew- to
materials or list, n and vita
and TV program? i"1 le s ptivi
'immi :k [rams with
he Hebrew Shn or tlv ,< id
uii; ol lam; lar Hebrew aataage
from the Bible, or a- in tin cast
o' a t\" presentation called "The
Passovei last >. an
interpretation of tne
- '. v \h ch then lun t to be
Christ i
NCJW Book Review

,'.'. nil
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Isiueh President Zalman Shczar accepts a copy of
the new edition of the High Holy Day Mahzor front
Rabbi Judah Nadich president of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, the international association of Conservative
rabbis. The prayerbook, published b> the Assembly
and edited by Rabbi Jules Harlow, combines a fre-:-.
ticnslation of the ancient text with poetry and pi
of contemporary authors. The new Mahzor was I
used in congregations throughout this country Ins-
tall. Rabbi Nadich made the presentation on hs recent
trip to Israel.
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Activities Highlight S8 Canberra Cruises
in 1872, The Illustrated Lon-
r* i News activities
on board the P4 0 Mail Steam-
r a, .;;.. luv n ih |;,.,| Sim
"Among the various games on
deck quoits is one of the fa-
vorites Aunt Sally" K anothei
favorite. Card-, cheaa, bo K-
cammnn. draughts, and lotter-
ies., oi wagers upon the day's
un of the ship, ar thr hour of
irrival at each port, are iv-
i to by many ol th. pas-
tidal may also be-
oni ol tne means ol pass-
time; and flirtation i- al-
rtain to ^i\ e
for scandal for work upon."
Things haven't changed much
in lni \ ears and while pitd
i its aj not be among the
most favorite pastimes, the
pitching of wo, certainl) will
ix' ".ii. n P4 i >'- <' tnberra -1
ut of Port Everg'adei on it-
maidi n voyage from this port
on Mar h i-'H.
Romance always abounds on
cruise sMpa with honeymoons
-Diid hone\ moons, aivl new ro-
manesa ix'ing initiated Manj
new actrvitiea have been added
to F' A O's amusement list in
tin last 101 years. Betides the
popular sunbathing, shuffle-
board and suimmimr in the Lido
pool, ttiene an- mow exotic
pasiinvs sshsch include keep-
fit classes uort lectures and lec-
tures irfi su h unusual subjects
as shelling, water sports, island
formation and vegetation.
You miht want to paitici-
pate in a tnhle titinis tourna-
ment or obtain sowing instruc-
tions. Or perhaps camera semi-
nars with the shins photogra-
pher Then there is always th.-
fascinatmir feature flbrsi in a
phch 340 seat cinema that u
equrpred for wide screen film
features.
Want more? There are cric-
ket matches, dancing lessons.
bridge Itsaaoa, lessons and lec-
ture- on the U ret of bttUtj
Gene in--t to name a f,-w
If you w-mt stin mare d*v-
i'i- there are .
to the bridge, she the
oils shops v..Ill
; from all over PtcO't
vorid, games of whist ike
bridge), origami Instruction,
scrabble and charade-. There
are many quizzes with prizes
a- wll a- sonie Inform tl I i.i
tic games at one of the three
But Mve some of your en-
rol nighttime acthit.' \
full enterta nment m n
ires ingi
who have p
and theati ii .!>;m\
th Mi i'h: among
them Vo i'ii b i ntei I
it with fabu-
shows arel per-
inces in Canberra's two
i vitm night clubs And |
be wat ihin the ;

only the b pla
But that's ju-t a ttai I ihere
are piano concerts as well as
cocktail piano and trioi thai
for you while you drink
an-! relax in four choi ol
eight cooktail loun
pubt, ChdM and bars There are
frog and horse races I neither
alive if you are a hit squeamish 1
nlghl di-eothi-<|'.i with one
of the praCtatat "discos" on
land or s,^i oaHitainen
the island- when the -hip n
l>ort and informal get-togtthtfa
and parties with the cn-w staff
Canherra's aanral bands will
make dancing a treat at almost
any hour Don't forget the e
eitinf casino where ames of
chance axe played while Can-
berra is between ports. There
wik be sne-ia' erjtertainment
nights too, with fanev drtta and
unusual entertainment that will
even feature you ;f you're in
the mood. These ni lit- mtdrl
metikte I-indon P.ih N'ieht
'voull ?at fish "n chips side
Krutlish -t\!e and been!
llV Kfolhl | ,' Ttl,. 1
ing "20s Night reatuiei
herra ,i,,,
f'ha-les-ton Continental B
N;pht features ,i c
Pitching quoita wot a favorite pastime aboard PdO ships
101 years ago. It still being done aboard the Canberra
today. When the Canberra sails on her maiden voyage
irom Port Everglades on March 28th. quoita will be nut
one of the 50 octivitieB one con enjoy on a Caribbean cruise
that will find lucky passengers visiting such exotic porta a*
Curacao. Barbados, Naaeau. Martinique, and St. Thomaa "
full can-can lin and fa\orite
foreign tunes sung by the ship's
featun-d [x-rformers. If all this
activity makes you tired just
leading bJmM it think of ('an-
berra'i thr.e ihkK and fantas-
'i amount of dtch apact and
ui that arround
them Canberra h i
' on a
ship She liR- loft an
n m fr ou to N|tjg an4
watch the tai go b> when you
a it throueh being iCtivt
Canherra's salting out of P*rt
Kveryla-t.- on Man h H It hir
on'\ ore Irutn Florida tt || \-ear
IUit her schedule from N',nv
York and Norfolk adU tain hag
thnaigh more than a
makes during L0T3


23. 1973
*Unlit fhrHi->r OTWorth
flgajr-fe

eav
tie.
tin
, v.
tor
oup of 17 engineers and computer specialists left for a
week visit in Israel where they will investigate job op
unities. This is the largest such group to date and is part
program launched two years ago by the Israel Aliyah
tor for the purpose of giving aliyah candidates who
e professions that are in demand in Israel a chance to
from close up what it will be like to live and work there
date some 100 Americans and Canadians have parfici-
d in this program and more than half are already set-
in Israel. While there each participant will meet with
ntial employers and will visit housing projects and
conferences with other Americans who have settled
e. The program has been coordinated in Israel with the
au for Placement of Professionals and Tour Ve'Aleah of
Jewish Agency. Pictured above is a part of the group
ting fcr a pre-flight orientation session at Kennedy air-
, with the employment counselor of the Israel Aliyah
OKA* HOKOVITZ
Film Maker On
Mar. 1 Program
For Men's Club
The Men's Club of the Mai
fewish Center v\iil feature ,l
FTorovtt?, amateur film maker, on
Sunday Match 4, at the eenter
starting at 7:30 p.nv
Mr Horowitz who has won in-
nun% rahle i\. hi1- ii : a
film makin throughout the w
w\ present the feature Him rhe
Miracle Thit fa Israel' In coloi
Bind sound.
There will be a smt
I ntssion and a eolation
follow the- program.
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Mmm; Una Three Jews Arifecl d
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IMPORTED
PICTURE
FRAMES
Arab Terrorists Menace
Israelis In N.Y.-Londoti
LONDON" fJTAi An Eng-
lish radio liam operator picked
up a new Arab terrorist warn-
ing against prominent Jaisnwts
in Hew York and I/>ndon "rn
their shops, ofrices. homo* and
warehouses."
Scotland Yard's special hranch
immediately issued a "he on
ytasa guard" alert to British
Jews.
The warning ot a new terror
campaign faUowq threats broad-
caM by Radio Elgrdza. the Of-
Octal voice of ihc Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
Radio ElghLaa. is the station
which hurt Baptenfeor gave l"
daya warning <>t the leeter-bomb
campaign which led to the mur-
d> r In London ol Lh) Israeli dip-
lomat. Dr. Ami Shachoi I
For this reaacai the naw mm-
consideration
from Hon e Ol security en-
parts Bui Seotlaed Yard- op
i.i. branoh a an to be la pee-
geaaion ol oorroborative infant ia-
Lion earning from other source-.
it was learned.
Scotland Yard I the fall text
1 of the news iH-oadcast which iiv
I ouded this statement:
"The victorious freedom fight-
I rs arrr preparing to deliv^T such
I a carapaicn that the world will
be galvanized into action The
'. Jewish asLnvssofs and their .sup-
porters will he visited m their
shops, offices, home- and ware-
! houses. They will be driven out.
Nov. is the time for the account
I to be attafld.*' The terrorists
' also implied that the campaign
would he launched by sympa-
thiaan a'rea ly baand In Europe.
-
, KK Ahavah SrhtMliilr
Humor Clinic: Ceifee
The Ke tins ol the 15'nai
[ B'rith Ahavah Chapter al the Sun*
11-, Re i itioi Cent, r will fea-
lure Pau Epstein at the Vnu-ivf-
amai Ion L a :ue Mr Epstein will
j combatt a rumor clinic, ami an
Al'l. Mm wiH hp shown
The ehap*< r will hold a vala
r membership ro''''^ Thursday,
Ma l h 8 al the Fiench Quartei,
hm nw 70th a. Plantatkm.
The Compony Hiat builds fhe
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*Jo%i Friday, February 23, 1973
I
H "I't.ltlllKI 'I'll I
fju ht .':i l .'ullii H-. I
Ha Shanah HaBa in Broward
Religious
Services
.;i-l al hand to provide COUTIS>
tool Jewish res dents Now
people travel to Holywood for
service that we support financially
We should coordtaate ti' youth
.,. tivitiei local Jewish youth
groups, so that oui teen-ai
would have an opportunity to
,ach other and build friendahtos
beyond their own groups. A youth
council could plan activities in con- Bar Miunrak
junction with the existing organi-
zations on a community-wide
scale.
The aged arc also growing
concern. N w there Is no honu for
Jewish parents available for our
. 'y who need rtra i are and
would II are In a sur-
rounding that takes Into consioS
nation their Jewish activities. I
[eve thai we should start think-
about such a home In Broward
dainty Our parents when they
need help should be provided with
faciliti.-> which would honor their
dignity
FORT IAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) OsiiMrvs.
tive. 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Akiwa Brilliant. Cantor Mao_
rica Neu *f
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rama. Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
i *
Community Calendar
initial gifts dinner
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Templet. 1S2 SE 11th Ave.
Conaervative. Rabbi Morria A. kop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
Rabbi Morris gkop insisted ay Cantor
.1., ti ,i Ranter will comta I
on Friday nlsrhl -N,,x ml*
IS p m JutlKt- and Mr* QaraW
Masrer will boat an Onag Shahbat rol-
lowing tne Sarrlcas In Honor "f the
nf ih.ii wn Mara,
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. (Con.
aervative) 6101 NW 9th St.
RABBI ARTIIl R I. ABRAMS
T.inpl.- Kniiimi-K.I. It. l.aiMlerdal.-
Next year in Broward! Just lo >k
around and tak< note. The
urban nters of the Northeast
,t ppj |ng us with .i i).
Ing j .; new resi tents. Weal
v_,r,i. espi il J Is talcing on
: (tensions as an
je Ish population Influx, it Is
en in the three years I
the great
changi taking place.
The Ji wish population mist have
i n in-!.>i: ei l yi srs Wo
ing a major Jewish cen-1
ler and our organized community
{eel Itseb Into this
great future that i- our- in North
1 srd.
Jewish life flourishes within
community structure. Our rapid
wth will necessitate new areas
of attention.
As I see it. we have number our temples should embark on
unity needs whl h shoul i a concerted effort with Federation
There Is a gi wing need I to urge our growing community ment of Recreation.
for a local family service effort t,, participate fully in local Jew- beginners class in folk dancin
with a case worker and psycholo- j>h life on all tew
\\y are prisoners In the develop-
ment of a great Jewish commu-
nity, It is not onlj o duty, but a
privilege to i>c able to deepen our
of the
action.
SINDAV, FKBKKAKY V>
us) Mention ol North BrpwsjpM
V -66
MONDAY. KKBRt WRY Ifi ____.
Brande- University National WtMssBVessssssstssf --*!*!>
group
TILSHAY. KF.BRIWRY 7
Fort Uuderdale R'nai B-rith genenil moetim:
Temple Emanu-H Sisterhood ovantai group P-m.
WEDNESDAY, FK.BRl ARY >*
Bnai B'ritb-Ahavah Chapter lenereJ meeting
IBVBSDAT, M\R H 1
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah board meeting
Chsu Chaptei Hadassah youth aJtyah luncheon
MONDAY. MAKdl 8
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood board meeting
TUESDAY, HAM 11
Temple Emanu-E S rl meet!
WEDNESDAY, HAW it *
National Coundl ol Jewish* bow* meet i
Jewish Federation of North I Womens DivWoa -
key gifts luncheon In v. nary Country Club
Till RSDAY, MARCH I
Fort Lau terdak Ha lassah itu Ij |
Sabra Hadassah v nereJ meeting
Chal Hadassah board 10 a.m.

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Folk l>;imiiio Qojggfg
The Fort Lauderdale Depart-
sponsoring a
The life Cycle'
To Be Theme Of
Youth Dialogue
f Ti -r
15 W. i
I i
i' Hal
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ne of th
i i'v ;ie" and discussion
will euthanasia
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onals

1:30 a.m
a
s.m. unl
Lund ed. al no
A -i In-
r
itrdayi from l to i? p.m. from
March 10 to April 11 will
Id at the Holiday Park Social
Annex, 844 NE 7th Ave., Fort
.. le, with Mrs. P. Stati

Munich Case Closed
BONN (WNS1 The Pub-
lic Prosecutor- report published
this week, on th* ,: '*
Israeli Olympic athfc s Arab
terrorists m Munich last Sap! S
Hilt with either the
police measure taken or the
security provided for the I*-
|] team, and th. Bent
declared the case officially
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+JtA*isii fkrktktr *" **
Page H
As We Were Soyinf: By ROBERT L gjjj
Ganging Up On Television
sbatks oykk thk proposal to ban all or mart
of the cowenerela's on children's television pro-
be am! husband-w;!- arguments evef football
domination of the T\' screen on
certain Sundays appear to be of
vital importai c* Bui each dis-
putes are really minor matters
when eompa ed with the new life-
and-daath struggle between the
awesome power "i the government
anil the ''ill ol the people wherein
- lectronk eemmuni atton i, eoa-
oeraed.
f mm who worry about the power at tele.
>n 9 i*r cent ot American hornet have seta
-I. threats veleed i>> Clay T, Whitehead, '<4. di-
toi >: the White House Office of Telecoramuni-
pana Policy, were enough to bring on plunge
mental depras ti For ethers, the ceeent a -
the Corporation For Public Broadcasting
ncj *et up in 1 ''' voti I to take
the nation's non-profit broadcasting networks
gstill men fiu lit
I- is n i'.\ ">' ye u tin h station
fca 'tei
that old
and
)n You fW Me- By BORIS SMOUR
merican Scene
fct- OF Till v
K ... t,,
ii J< u -h > i ci
t. r.tia! dan cli th Ke) I I' na
llonv ii.....angel in i rip d n maj
. : Jew i The i itic drive Is
. m:inn to It I- I Jews-foi lesu iIn in
a :r d at Inn.'ii.: Jews cpcciall>
1 youth In h gh hoots and on coL
s t i the ce| tanoe <>i
the Chi istian religion
Although the campaign Is not Inten-
juti-S-;>uti". Jewish organizations fear it ma\
I mil'. i ,-.i>'i- tensions, The American Jewish
i- therefore alerting Jewish communities
lit the Qoitntr) to this possibl it> and to possible
rs for dealina with it.
ers of the American Jewish Committee have in-
jiat they "in work active!) in 1973 through
j chapter*, as well as with hi al Jewish Commu-
plans Cowicfli and local rabbinical groups and
pass i rvapending to the issue* Involved in tru-
ll' drive in a OOfMI nictw .-i:i' The Anti-IVfa-
inague of Bnai H rlth liar- simi'arly Indicate I
ill make Christian leaders and groups aware ol
k), iiM-vrn-. The adi. beftovca thai pvangeJkaJ
directed toward*. Jewi wiS tend t" thrive on
bout Jews and Judaism which nurture anti-
ktitudea,
Jewish groups In this countr) are perturbed
lad that John G. s!i"h nita. who ran as ramttdate
y\,-,.i ,,i 'i United Stut s on the II rkel ol the
ke, Aineri an Part) received mo e than l million
| ,, the elect "s in which 73 m llton were ead
rkan Partj and Schmltz. Banner Republican
litan, are described bj th- Anti-Defamation
i B'nal B'ritfa as "distrlbutara ol anti-Semitism
nun her ol rotm received bj Schmlta e
wrong.') ronaldered b) some as a had omen
In this co wtrj Coupled with the fad that the
eh Sock-ty >s now dlss ninating a book "None
['! ii ion-.i acj containing nnl -Jewish tanuen-
,1 Mith .i" *vl< pmenH na I incrrn* hi
Kit., activitl a rust nese '" '"'"': '" '"
that lews etter he prepared for the Idea that
Li, per, uti n i possible in thi eountrj
National Jewish Cemmunltj R latkw
iNJCR VO terms the*, assertions 'irresponsible
I hensible.' This central bod) which i.....rdi-
L policies ol al main Jem si, organlaatlora and
local Jei h Community Counci on combat-
m rejects an.' ikmounees aH alarmist
C as being without merit." it real '
In the fcnerl an d mneratk lystem as the aaTc
[,t nenl ioi aH
NJCR \C '-. aei thai in no d at no I
Jrn history hav Jev
Lin. I h :h '
in ihe p '""" Phe5
,u n,.*i'e K-oanrnkall}
Ettal mlnorit) are poor To *f"
, ,, ,, Uritj al Unsriras in** *
!>i. to u- mi from reality.
tentlal for good and harm hive become such vital
factors in our lives that WO ini!*Til our future if
an continue Ignorant of the twhUng battle oeer
control now underway.
Ttie White House-sponsored Clay Whitehead
blockbuster din -ted at the merchants of new- tele-
casters and broadcasters eottloted of a kttet speech
and piorx>l to introduce federal legislation. Spi-ak-
in: in Ii: lianapohs late in Eecemher. young Mr.
Whitehead revea'od a carrot-and-stick covernm.-nt
plan wht re by the Statlona would he ohliged to ob-
tain much-coveted license renewals oadf every Bve
years Instead of every three years 'the present thin-
ii p-nvid i they would behave in a way fswered
by the adrnhustratioa
Our aea osai of teJeeemnMaiktatioae, who was
later to d aim any intention of ushering in the
kind of 1984 nightmare era portrayed h> George
Orwell, made it dear that ha was opoosed to elitist
on the airways, Ideo'ogical plugola, and
"biased" reporting One might conclude hastily
tj...,- ii). straight fro n U
n'd Spiro V -new : but su
Mr. Whitehi i iti d thej
u ov 'i a i atorj.
eile I at) ip eeh
a c n i inous. Th y s n relal
St'viiunir B I i''luti;m Bok Ry\it'^
Jewish History
And Quotations
To iiM.v inr into fcaekart and Hedk lal lew-
lab Hs!i>rx. .i nllectinn of essays by Salo W
Baron, edited by Leon A Feldman I Rutgers Uni-
versltj Press, M2.50i is to be
-truck with awe and admi atlon
for the depth and breadth <>f his
knowledge, the piufuadtt) of his
>'.,sei ili.m and (he lociditj ol
his writing. The esaavs are for the
layman i~ well as tin- scholar
Splu VV'ittmayer liarnn is not
ony the lean of all Jewish h'stari-
ans but is Ls4. aceepted as a peer
hy the world'-, heading historians The gaillill ol
hi- s a>.. some of wlii-h wear k-rtirres at nniver-
-iti.-s. range much furtlun than the tille of tlie
>iNik would indir-ate. Tliere is a critique of BJgnaiad
Freud and his \i>r> a4it Maaaaatajaaji dentogBaphy
economics and Yehuda UaleaJ ta John Oahda *ni
the J as, hi I the Council of Trent and RahMtdc
Literature.
The autho indicates in almost every one of
hr> esaavs the uMMimeraiHe aspects ol Jewish bJa-
toiy which require further research and eJueUetton
, ithei m monographs or in a more length) format.
Foi these who seek areas '< mast en' oaasertations
.ii d. to al theses, this hook supplies the leads.
I ii Rosten's Treasnrj el Jewish Qwtatleas
iMeGraw Hill Beak Co* JIS.95 is one of the rare
, ... that meets the bhirbi on the Jackets it i~ a
ilazzltmcnt ol 4.500 peoeerbs, folk sayings, ttl-
risms irsi;hi.s. maxims and moralisms eo!lected
. 5S years Thej arc eithei fr*shlj retranslated
ov rewi Iten and are garnish d with irony, paradox
,i truth, it hi more thai I bedside book We sc-
,, i, i .i i-w which the author indical are among
in, favorit "The man who lacks i ei la i ev-
erything." Don't ad tin philosopher befoi > you have
ned enough to be one." from the Mktrash
N'umhen Raabata 6 cornea "A learned bastard
Mad- higher than an Ignorant high priest" and
from Rabbi Nnehman ol Brats a ," It was
i,,i Satan akmc to milead the whole world, so he
, me,! rabbis ta d Cfereal lacal nV
Nithnn SsriB, the eminent JTA columnist.
U(,ir,i m lac to the above aawe be wrote
i i thai American Jewry, as a
dynamic conuauntty. weuH cense and he plad
on the Amerl an rabbins h>
dion So
,.,. \,i.iv.....ni \o.eriean Jews FaHttes, ReHgloa,
ami i n.iiu i laasrteaa sVwkdi life bj Char* S
. ol this revli
,. ot I Baataktv hut lie does
.uppb toad to IhoagM for the Brat part ol
licathM
efforts by one or more branch.* of our government
to curb press reseda in. Regardless of ah) aseuaanee
by Mi- Whiiehead that h.- is not In-nt on dictating
what and how and when news and comments shall
he ;>f-ented on the air, all who cherish traditional
fiiintern o! e-.pn-.siun in this natloa will now be
plagued with doubts.
Julian Goodman, president of the National
Broadcasting Company, has eonrageousl) branded
the Whitehead s;h-.-cIi as part of a campaign that
-, ,'k.s to di-eredit an independant national new,
medium nad to reduce pabttc trust in it. It tries to
manulactnre dteiatve issues hetw.en stations anil
networks, ik goaf is to influeive the content al
broadnait new^ peogmma, huh local and network,
so that beoadcasten sefdl avoid reporting news the
government does not like."
More and mor- it appears that the Intent of
Washington is to eall upon local outlets to take
reaponslbilily for what gees mil over the air F
till i,: 'o In theii licenses and apt to be politically
more conservative, the local units can be dialler,
mon i m. powerful i nenl
m the not* i etworks can. II for example,
th Whit Ho isi cuntinu a to co ain 11 it in-
it analysis ol riti i ists
ver and
their Wash
Commemorative Coin
Israel Newsletter_________By Carl Alpeti
s*N\: oi rut: must pofHilar : nlrs :
tourlt i-i'' s lo Israel is the co oin
i --. f: .i i" '. th I
Bi,, are
inexpensive havi value.
are 11 hi in wei :hl

i ; nice sbinj coins
,.,. i in 1963, levote I lo Seafariai In
For your infoitnation, on'\ I
nl them ivere m ntl ind the latest mar-
ket price I i tin ein hovers aroun ;
The colTection o: Israel coins has be-
eomc a great rage. It is almost as widespread as stamp
rollecting and has several ash-antages Foi one thing, the
coins are leas fragile than stamps Furthermore, they
cm* r ^inn -f lihlhffS hich gpas back 20 0 '.ears and
.. To be sme. some .....n, ase enpansUe. bat all of
thrill are a Rood lil MlllBllll. considei:nu the beflta in the
coin market in recent years.
The tree oeUartar. i- more tnteeasted ta the taatory
! hi* coin,, and Hi th. cannietene^s of his colK-ction than
, their value but the laaawledge that they increase m
price troni year to WJBC .idds an e!ctn,-nt ot security
When th* State of Is. a.-! came into ,\isicnce in l^HH
mure tbOttght was Ziven to the prndu-ti.n ot poMa-e
sirups than coins A li.vt cm mad,- ol alum mm., and
to the value o. ^3 m.'.s. was hastih struck off in Tel
*Aiv The thssaa was a cluster of grapes, oopied trom a
cola whK-h Be* Keaaba had issue,! in 132 AD. at the
time of his revolt agaanst Rnsae. ror Israel W symbol./xM
the rebirth of the Jradah state and the o.ntmu.ty of
.Iwish history, How.-.e, the eafa -aa so poor* mmttsi
that it was no. released al first. Later when mall change
.,,. M ,. it was pal Into temporary circulation.
On > 12,000 were made Obviously, It has some value to-
dao
g ,, ,,., go in for th- id coins Thereare
tnouaaads ol them RoaJtug gwaad and r*rhaps thou-
sand, asore yet to be found Mam tourista Uu-k up th.
,,.,,, Cacaarea laegkfda, hoping to Ond eld coins.
S.ww do r. sides Bas Kaahha, ancienl coins have such
haitorhi a,>u r-ns as ateauatei fannaJ. Judea Capta.
Titus aJeaaadar the 0 .t
The big BMP to collecting came ta 1958 when the
......ammeataf feea* hagtae iulng -- ';
Hve eeirn. Tksr, are tegsJ temler. but n rjpwji
them ,-., ... limited numb r. thej are erth fai mo
,,,.,,,,:, items, n. se coins are devoted to such topl-
c, themes a. Herlz's centenan the Ima,.- M ,scum, the
K-s-e, buUdlag Pert m aslat, Caanukah and run,,,
hoildava. iv ac-. e.c One win be irssaxl this year oa the
.;,.:n ,,; urael's n-iversars and then at-
n adh a irreal nsand for is, .
II M.,id bough. laeaeVi Bar Mil
pa wouldrhgveptMlMD for It. Tedaj it eosto .round
so* rh. oi '"M '" ;' "" ,han
Si Toda h IU around S7S i haad. a
I ,,. ,, a i rou fpod Herodlan eela, some 2.000
d Urn. rou get < ******
i|i,x,,nmiM11 rm, and M.,.a:s Company Or le-en >-r
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