The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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

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

Notes

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

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^Jewislh Florid!iia in
of \OMlTII HIIOWAHD
Volume 2 Number 11
March 23. 1973
Price 20 *
Message To Golda Meir
Martin Fridovich. representing
lion of North
Brow .ml, Inacribtd a personal
MARTIN FRIIJOVKH
message from the Jewish commu-
nity of North Broward, to the
Prime MinisUr .>f Israel, Mrs.
Golda Meir. in a special com-
memorative volume.
The book WU presented to
Mrs. Meir at a United Jewish
Appeal dinner here honoring the
Primr Minister and commemorat-
mg (arul'i 25th anniversary, it
will becoma as permanent part of
Israel's \
In presenting the speciall)
created book to Mr.-. .Meir. Paul
Zucki man of Detro h i :ii
thai;ii. .u of the UJ I i Our
for. :iat ihe mi
in this book den* al least
in some measure the depth of
the i"ve and esteem we of thf
American Jewish community fee]
for you and for the people of
Israel." Mr. Zuckerman presided
at the dinner
Mr Fridovich was one of some
200 campaign chairmen from
cross the countrj who Inscribed
met n behalf of their com-
DHini Mere than 3.000 lead-
(i ol the American Jewish com-
munity participated in the I'JA
dinner, which included a flow of
information on electronic
screens, reporting on the prog-
ress of individual community
fund-raising campaigns.
The 1973 I'JA campaign seeks
to raise $505 million to meet the
Deeds rf immigration and other
humanitarian programs in Israel
and around the world.
The evening was also high-
lighted by a musical tribute to
Mr>. Mur by the Zamir Chorale.
Composed of 70 New York area
university students.
Campaign Workers Needed
Howard N. Miller, president
of the Jewish Federation, and
Alvin Gross, chairman of the
Initial Gifts division, voiced an
appeal for volunteer campaign
workers to complete the cards
of prospects still to be contacted
for contributions.
The Federation spokesmen said
that although the campaign is
running at a record pace, over
$100,000. contributions which
were made last yc.tr have still
not been secured With Israel
desperately trying to cope wtth
the onrush of Russian immi-
-ianU, which together with those
from other countries will exceed
70.000 this year.' Mr Miller said,
we dare not be derelict in our
responsibility and obligation to
raise every dollar that we pos-
sibly can."
Mr Gross added that, "as we
mature as a community, it must
begin to become clear that our
own community is expanding at
such a rapid rate that the re-
quests for local services keep
growing on a daily basis." He
too. urged volunteers "to step
forward to work on the cam-
paign" _______
Allon Ready To Suggest
> Separate Jordanian Pact
. #._! !._ iioL..tt!t\a
' JERI'SAI.KM tJTA) Dep-
uty Premier Ylgal Allon i> pssn-
nmg to suggest that lsn< I
a separate peace settlement with
Jordanian King Busseta when
the Labor Party resumes its Be-
bate on the future of the admin-
isi. red ton
Gen AIM'. UM :':>!>.
beta talking to hii dose friends
privately about raising MCB a
proposal. According to the dep-
uty prime minister, the chances
of getting a settlement wuli '>-
dan arc far better than of -'-
curing an arrangement witn
Egypt.
Moreover, he thinks that Is-
rael should exploit any oppor-
tunity of denting Arab opposi-
tion to negotiations, the news
paper Haareti said. Gen. Allon
was said to feel that Palestinian
tentative! on the West Bank
are more receptive to a peace
arrangement with Israel
\\. Israel to forge a settle-
ment with Jordan, these repre-
sentatives would be inclined to
subscribe to it. Mr. Alton be-
lieves.
HI, ion has apparently
been given impetus by the re-
ecpressions <' support for
tbe Mien Plan given by Hussein.
Specifically, the Jordanian mon-
arch WSJ reported to agree with
that part of the Allon Plan call-
ing for the stationing of Israeli
troops along the Jordan River.
Despite this. Hussein still feels
strongly that the Israelis must
turn over some sovereignty of
Jerusalem to the Arabs.
$60,000 Mark In Campaign
With the completion of the
Women's Key Gifts di<
luncheon, the 1973 Women's Di-
i of the Jewish Federation-
d Jewish Appeal campaign
has non raised In excess of S60.-
000. 1 itlw carr-
raised '"rtOO.

75 per cent Incri
ear, with all ii
se1 tor this
\> ill be rai ed
Over 70 women attended
lunch
Rabbi 5anford Shapero. South-
r of the
ever for this division.
Rabbi Sanford Shapero, Southeast regional
director of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations and guest speaker at the
Women's Key Gifts luncheon, shown with
Mrs. Roger Odwak, chairman of key gifts,
Mrs. Allen Baer. general chairman, Wom-
en's Division, and Mrs. Donald Mitchell,
president, Women's Division.
;
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Ccchairmen of the Women's Key Gifts Di-
vision shown, (left to right) are Mrs. Stephen
Levine, Mrs. Lee Fishman, Mrs. Laz Schneid-
er and Mr3. Hairy Mills.
dd
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th
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Martin Fridovich Inscribes Women's Division Exceeds -*
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ts
of
Women's Division Key Gifts cochairmen
shown, (left to right) are Mrs. Alvin Capp,
Mrs. Irwin Bloomberg, Mrs. Albert Craig,
Mrs. Allan Rosenberg and Mrs. David Jack-
owitz.


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Friday. March 23. 1973
Jose Greco And Company
In Pine Crest Series
Emanu-El Schedule Of Events
i*,* Greeo and Naaa JLorea. utus
* Jo* Gmm^mmtm *
Mk daMtn. unciaa* aaJ *****":
,1 present their aighry auLiianra'
nrotiara for the Piae Crest Cui
ural Arts Sent* Mda? al 8 P-M
Thw year mark* Joae Greco*
a*n annual uw of the t'i and
ao4ihe* a record for toauecutnc
towr in America.
Lwnrt* hu career Jo*e Greeo
ha* become an urternatjonaj col-
tor of aecoUde* H many aon-
*i in-rlude tne Cnm of the Kaagaf
of Crril Merit which a* conferred
0 the Spanish gorerameaa ~ia
/(co^Bition of hu uorid>de eon-
nboiion to the culture and per-
Mrantag art' of Spain "
In tfF71 Greco a> the recipient
the InterT>a-ional Platforr
m'f coveted S. 'or
fcnlhan' roati ibulaoa in e*abu*h-
laating cultural tie* in the
?here throusr.
ic Dance "
Bfl choieo^rapher in be.
:rt< oined the Joe Greco
ChmpaB) a- pnnu ballerina o
era! recent tours throughout the
! and abroad and now ea-fl
with Senor Greco
\ iraduaie of the Royal Con
-erratory of Muse and Declama
taon. Senonia Lorca is accoipiith-
1% both i rlaswcal and
Flamenco dancer
\ Men's Club Saooata create*
armor uai be imimrtt* at Tear
pie EasaaB-EL 32*3 Oakland
Park Vtr beimnun: at t 15 ?J*
Fnda' Snerpan Chassen prear
dent of the crab tis arjwuncel
tan iiibrn of the chib mail par
in the sen-ice. and
the One* Shabba:
been
since !*
Aba featured a the _
.sekal **** PaMu
youn$ ^ 11 ii in nrtmao re-
utnuag to the cooapany for his
To nem uortu. both
br Maestro Machado are being in-
troduced Senonta Lorca uill be
teen is solo performance in "Gar
be de AndnitKia.' a fandango
Dacza del Gato" features Gret-
i natiacj a Spanish dance form
that forcefully exprenses the mas-
culimtv of the Spaniard'
The proe.'am also includes the*
lijn" known to Greco fans
around the orld as ~Tm* Horse
man. a number consadereG one
of the most popular in Greco s ev
teaane -
The program uill begin at 8
pa in the Stacy Chapel and AadV
lonum on the Pine Crest campus
v to are resened Resena
lions rnay be made with the Pine
Crest Public Relations Office
Israel Anniversary
Celebration Plans
Mj
man f th Mvam Federation's
committee to celebrate Israel:
^3tn aaaaveraarj has announced
that plans for a number of pro-
grams *ifl culminate arifl
comm inity-nide con* xation and

of dm ill be
an art eaatj em l
the essay or the art coo-
>oen in three age
cate^unev 8 years and under.
HZ jnd 13 15
Essays and posters on the
theme Israel Young and
Aliw- at 25." may be turned into
the Jeiish Federation office no
later than April 20 Essays should
be limited to a maximum of 250
words and posters are not to be
than 20 x SO inches The
tnem- is interpreted to be broad
enough to <-ncompas essays and
poster* on any phase of Israel
or J i Jaism from biblical to con-
temp times
Pr.zes will be awarded in each
age categorj for both the essay
and art em be awards will
be n !< I "he com-
laj 6
That eeeaiae will b* high
speaker a- 11
as a pi f Israel
and dancng bj Hm Jerusalem
fames a troupe of Mli
perform.rs that ha-.e been seen
every major community in
the country and have performed
to rave reviews
Hailtixsiih Divided
Into Three Grou/m
The local Hadaasah organisation,
having grown from 18 to 300 mem
ber* in a few short years, u bein.
divided into three geographical
groups Chai. Sabra and Margate
Tamarat as of Jul> 1
Although the groups will have
geographical guidelines, members
ma> join the chapter of her choice
Fran Sindell will accept applica-
tions for Chai. and Gay Golds for
Quad Ci->
The Juasor Yonm Group will
iliiairr a Punas dance Saturday
evening for cniadrea in the sixth
seventh and eighth grades in
school Information may be ob
tawed from Robia Rouse, presi
dew
Daphrase bridge game, sponsored
Hut Sisterhood and Men > Club
will be held Sunday bepnmr.
ere a no admission
charge and refreshment* will be
ed
The annual Sasterbood donor
loncheoa iil be nesd Tuesday a.
Eduardos beginning at 11 30 am
Men s Club and B'nai B
VJf Planniii!i
Travel Diaemtmam
Oa Apnl It. Samuel Tappu of
' -. ..-- R 1 -... at a pmat -'
.al Council of Jewish Women
Meeting will be at 12 30 p.m
al aToaaea nub 600 VE 21st o
Wilton Manors
Hotels and >iht*e* be
amor.: travel items to be discussed
Rhea I> H tour chair
man
/*/i Club Sahbmk
pi-
Emm 1-1 Sabbath
re at the temple at 8 p m
Bl of thr
Jb vill deliver the ser
mon entitled Pnde The One;
Shabbat following the services, will
be sponsored by the club
bold a joint meeting Tuesday at 8
rm Abe Baum. president of B na.
B'nth 1438 will recount personal
experience. ith Haganah and
The 3XS*A'eVn?ng 'group*
will meet Tuesday. 8 p m in the
all purpose room at the temple
Cantor Jerome Klement will lead
his Congresational Singing Class
eadaj at 8 p.m
The Adult Education college
level course Ziven b;. fJMMf A
Schn MnKtut of religion at
Broward OMBBMnH] College, will
be offered at Temple Emanu-El
The topic th. week will be lntn>
., HH Bible" Stanley
Lcwen is chairman of the Adult
EtaaeatiM Committee.
The mta'l Club board of dircc
tors will meet Thursday at 8pm
rkea March
TO will be m d -' H 15 pm wttk
Rabbi Arthur J Abram- and CaB
luctinj the Mr*
ice Rabbi's sermon wiU be To
lliOTlnl With Love" The Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by Mr
and Mn Ed H underlich in honor
6f#the Bar arrtrvah of thefr mm
Steve
During Sabbath services Satu.-
daj March 31. Steve Wunder I
will be called to ine lorah on the
ion r.f his Bar Mitrvah The
sen ice will begin at II am
I he SiU-rhood monthly general
meeting and luncheon will he held
Apnl 3. beginning at 11
a in
The Msar*l club board of direc-
|on *i\\ meet Tuesday at 8 p m
CaasK Klement s Congregational
Mri^in. < lav* will be held Wedne-
dav at 8 pm
The Adult Education Course.
laagM by Oscar A. Schmerler. will
taa* Wednesday night at 8 30
p.m.
The temple board of directors
mil in-'t Thursday at 8 pm
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Friday. March 23. 1973
+Jewlsii fkxMkMl Of North Broward
Page J
AT HOUWOO0 UACH Anil 12
Histadrut Foundation
Slates Spring Confab
The now Holiday Inn motel of, meetings and an e\ening assembly
Hollywood Beach will be the site are listed on the agenda, accord
f ;, National Spring Conference of', tag to Dr Kronish, rabbi of Temple
Beth Shalom.
Dr. Stein, a renowned economist
and former executive director of
the National Committee for Labor
Israel, conducts weekly radio pro-
grams in Yiddish over stations in
New York. Miami and elsewhere
around the country.
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
has pioneered the technique of de-
ferred giving to Israel through
wills, bequests, annuity trusts and
funds, income funds and other
forms of legacies.
dr. $01 mm
the I-r,i 1 His'.a.ir.it Foundation
April 1- Announcement of thi- all
da; c >n< lavr ra made this week
by Dr, Leon Kronish of Miami
I rman of the
-,. n i(
I>r Sol Stein ol Nee. York, na-
ol the Israel Hii
t ii Found among
I iti ii the Spring Confer
A morning ptan Ion, a
1.....n, afternoon workshop
It currently is engaged in a na-
tionwide effort to secure $5 mil-
lion for the Histadrut Mortgage,
Fund which will enable thousands
of Israeli armed forces veterans I
and young married couples to se-J
cure financing for housing.
Women's Telethon
Plans To Cover
The ( on n mi mil v
Mrs Allan Baer, chairman of
the Women's Division, announced
that the women of Fort Louder-
dale, who have not yet made
their contributions, will be asked
to respond to the Jewish Federa-
tion-United Jewish Appeal drive
through the period beginning
Monday. March 19-29.
This will he a community wide
effort with many of the women's
organizations cooperating in this
life saving venture with Federa-
tion by supplying volunteer per-
sonnel in making several thou-
sand calls to enable every woman
in the community to make a
contribution.
If by some chance the tele-
thon does not reach you. you
may make your contribution by
calling the Federation IMA of-
fice. 5654869 and make your
pledge.
Finance Minister Plnchai Sapir
and Gen Yitzhak Rabin. Israels',
mbUMdor to the United states.
endorsed the program during tthe
recent National Midwinter Con- j
ference held in Miami Beach
Contribution! made through 8.5
per cent Hi>tadnit Annuity Trust,
re utilised for the Mortgage Fund.,
Dr. Kronish explained The 8.8 per
la pai I to the donors through-'
out their lifetimes. 1
Abe Baum. BB Prexy,
Featured Speaker
Abe Baum, president of B'nai
li'nth Lodge 1438. Fort I.amler
dale and much-decorated hero of
World War II, will be featured
speaker at a joint meeting March
27. of B'nai B'rith and the Men's
Club of Temple Emanu-El at the
temple at 8 cm.
Mr Baum will recount personal
experiences following World War
II with the Haganah and Moshe
Dayan, currently Israeli Defense
Minister, during the events leading
to the War Of Independence and
the establishment of the Jewish
lUte In 1948 This year. Israel is
celebrating its 25th anniversary of
statehood
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Gaynor I. Jacobson, (left) executive vice president of
United Hias Service, is presented with the 'Fighters
for Israel's Independence" citation and silver pin by
the deputy consul general of Israel in New York,
Moshe Arad, for his significant role from 1944 to 1948
in aiding Jewish survivors of the holocaust to reach
Palestine from Eastern Europe after their liberation
from the Nazis. This mass movement, known by the
Hebiew name of "Brichah" (literally "flight") involved
not only single individuals but also whole families
with children and elderly persons. At that time, the
British locked the gates of Palestine to Jewish immigra-
tion, and other countries did not act to admit these
refugees.
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Friday. March 23. 1ST?
by JOSEPH AISOP
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The Meaning Of "Key 73"
V* ""
b
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not always cc.
But Jews who
then own t.e* to Judcai
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.?.- take
, en perceived ojr Mfssa jocnu
o&e mm en ~.-,-y Jews
go to fBaaagaes I" ?%-
a iota
is 01 9 -rits the Christian vie v.
War II was the desire to be
trued as Christians were through institutional
p. That Jews may have found in Israel, for
is not comprehensible to his
or. For evangelists selling the Jesus movement those
r.e. It is poss-.'-ie .n their view, to
% both Israel and Jesus and remain Jewish!
If. as some have suggested. "Key 73" makes Jews
take a harder look at themselves .t will be a good thing
for us in the long run.

Discrimination Not a Thing of the Past
The illusion that discrimination against Jews is a
7 of the past in Florida has been shattered by the
latest reports of the Anti-Defamation League.
Prepared for the State Human Relations Commission,
one study details examples of discrimination in housing
and employment in particular. That these practices still
exist will come as a shock to many, not surprisingly since
the ADL labeled it "virtually an invisible phenomenon."
The Human Relations Commission plans to submit the
report to this year's session of the Florida Legislature and
every effort should be made to see that it is not pigeon-
holed, as have other reports in past years.
At another level, ADL has protested to the Florida
Medical Association the use of membership application
forms which ask physicians their religion and race. The
response of officials of the FMA, that the information is for
use internally and for "obituaries." is far from acceptable
g.ven tne history of such demands for information that have
i.oth.ng to do with the qualifications required for FMA
membership or do they?
The work of the Anti-Defamation League, us shown
j's latest studies, is more procf if any were needed
that eternal vigilance continues to be one of the prices we
must pay if we are to retain our liberties.
Golda Meir's Presence Memorable
The presence of Golda Meir at the launching of tr.e
International Israel Bond Campaign for 1973 was an even/
which will live long in the memory of the local residents
made up a large part of the 3.000 who greeted her.
Israel Bond event and in the United States for important
t< Ik1; with President Nixon, her mission also gave great
impetus to the Combined Jewish Appeal-IsTael Emergency
F und campaign which is going into high gear in our com-
munity.
From all reports, Golda's golden touch will prove of
great benefit to tho State of Israel as it marks its 25th
.verfiary. She is living proof that age is no barrier to
g a charmer and one of the great assets to the Jewish
people.
WASHINGTON Trw
jajeter> of era*-* on the world
MO nnc>' m d*ep for
oust A.nci thst the drams
Omtfj evates 'he .-xperu. But
rt t ume to nole thst ww-
'MX 1* xt*t decline of the
We**.' thst Owiid S?enf>r
wrw.- 3out. Be* ben .id the
.ai of trouble for the
loBsr.
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than I aad I' tiss** >
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not ki
Gcrman-
hopek
fully
more to out-
the real
-traT than that
TAkK THK matt* r uf the
gil monc>. which ha* been
monet
timate> there are n'ns $12 bil-
lion of thi~ Arab of
I
- I lik>- an SMi
,' an un--
ship. By th<- same estimates,
this figure win reach $36 bil-
n thre.- more years!
If you think about the matter
hbtortcal y. jnu can .< thai
iy precarious.
mt'-nab! situation '* the
lontf nm The ofa etch Arab
please remi mber. are uni-
fonnl) weak rrdlitari
U'.th the p
of Kuuait and Baudl A
atatea an
ally. Their aecumulation
of su h n): mMS wealth l- like
..nulation of r
. ) m on the
treats of the toughest
orhood in a crame-riddi
' ity. with no policemen within
l ok THK ihort run. mean-
while. tho-rf> immense auina the
oil-rich .' accumulating
must ii;ili-:n ills be Hibtra I
from the font th of the
rs. Onlj
ago the 1 its I Statei Britain,
France and other Western
count : i: 1 MO rak-
ing in tour-fifths of fh- profits
now to the Arabs who
happen to -it on the orld^
main
Thai dn
one |>art
"fa- >. more-
over. Another part of the
leceai of
,n'' III the
and Japan's
-
marki ta formerly West
sted It rtwuld he n
Kong ami Sinjfa-
..n and South Korea
have all been b JP- r th*"J man '
ra hand Abch then turned into t
*n thy- are icauiJand
\ r*it.noW m # $.
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[t was not irt of
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L'.S i ead Arab dai
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Till DISEASE l> KNOWN: it ia fanatniMii. Intense real is
'no llcal mgrtyn imt alike, of ne>
lot* and I But fanatl ?e*\ \Mth.M 1
. humanism.
u'" 1 re*, xcai h k-t>t In ch*^
- comi'it. .1 into <.'-
conl ^ .,,;,! nowlehfag
,hl1, ntrolkd. kte form of uanythiac
;- death not onlj IndividuaJ Uvea but of the

n A rastorj 1 Itnasj the
lal : t| e rtl oat
''" 1 1 a i lead the 12th centurj Hai
to s i--.- hi, ring Mo

'' Is" Itseh* than has been long-emhirlng war
north nvi the bladu of tha south,
tlj Christian! o!- pagans. Tq laafa .\: N
led this tha drat an
ar) terrorists trucl "1" ) th
leeking to h
'' I closer to the mo
M ,r TTaTSIFD ott hi,
' m kinU l
1 th 1
lr,v.
the t .. tared not use
aa such, rhey around up by f ii .
t V,
The;. Wundered wont of ai land th

nation now follow [sraeli example in ref 1 1
mail, ainee thej are bound to
ruture The Unit*
'v
1
tJWn ,,b of two good ,,, vil
dlgnltj nnd the,,- tragedy may lead in tin
against the kind of terrorism II M |d tl
henn^ return and bu ton whW
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Friday, Maich 23. 1973
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Olympian Memorial Center JILtur 0f fj** t,
Encyclopedia Judaica Feature
Launching Campaign Here JOSEPH ALSOP 5733 A '^"P Ye**
South Florida's campaign for
|he olympian Memorial Center for
physical Education at Tel Avh
Tnivi'iMi\ will be Launched MaYch
29 at a dinner at the Eden Id
Hotel. Harold H Goldfarb, chair
man of the Greater Miami Chapter,
has announced.
The dinner will he a testimonial
to David J. Light of Miami Beach
who Mas heen one of the major
contributors to Tel Aviv Inner
.mix since its inception.
A student hostel, named for Mr
Light in recognition of his
tensive support for the University"
jj already completed and the
David J. Ujhi Librarj of Exa I
Sciences li under construction
lording to Admiral Lewis L
isa "i Washington, honorarj
national chairman.
The proposed Olympian Mem
i eat r, tribute to the 11
|j olympians who were killed
in Munich last September, will
ide an urgently needed
i,, reational facillt) t >r
e than 15.000 students at
Tel fcvh University
National personalities ('.come
Mien, coach of the Waahin
k.ns. sportscaater Howard
II, Lome Qreeoe, \ite Pollin,
tident of the Baltimore Bullets.
Sharj Frank Sinatra, and
Jack Benny, are members of the
in en'i i ommittee for
the center. The committee is
chaired by Dick Schaap of the Na-
tional Broadcasting Cpmpany-
Also on the committee an' two
outh Florida sports broadcast
fumes. Bernard Rosen, sports
director of WTVJ-TV, and Rick
Weaver of WIOD.
The dinner will feature Profes-
sor Yuval Ne'eman. president of
Tel Aviv University, and Shmucl
Lalktn, manager of the 1972 Israel
Olympic team.
Tickets may be secured through
the local office at 1 Lincoln Rd
Local executive committee in-
cludes Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti,
James M Albert, Edmund N
Anain, Rabbi Herbert Baum^ard.
Sanford K. Bronstein, Jack Ches
eter, Irving Cowan. Julius Darsky,
Daniel S Dubbin. Morton R. Fell
man. I)r Stanle] Prehling, Burton
Goldhoi \hraham Grunhut, Nor
man Kasser Alan B Keealer, Dr.
S u Kiviat, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
nan, Ralph Leviti
Also Gt "i ht, Herbert
I igin, Sol A Makaik. Irvinj Norry,
Maurice Orovitt Max oro\ it} Nat
Potamkin, Bernard Rosen, Howard
P Scott, Bob Sheridan. Morton
Silberman, Benjamin J Tagei. Eli
Timom r, Robert n Tram is. Bar
ton s Udell, Rick W eaver, Jerome
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QeaDmupial Ctrbeeee aosperta
rose by 13 per cent last \ ear,
reaching a nel total <>i 12.3 bil-
lion B) ih > standards of mod-
ern world trade, thai Is sun
pretty piddling, Hut within the ,
pattern, tin re are some fairly
-tark warning signals. Chinese
textile exports, for instance, are
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tile quality Is being upgi ided,
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ft nse prl urgent by
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e to do appi oximatery n hat
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Aft. r 30 i years, m truth, the
o'd. i i lliar, habitual W< stei n
i'. nnomic and tei hnologi al dom-
ination ol thi w< rad tally
coming t i an end.
Soviet Denounces
AJCongress Kit
111 Kremlin lias denouni i
"antl Sm et props mda' a brief-
kit for travelers to
i s S !-' subtitled How to Kind
Meet Russian .lews pub
lished bj the American Jewish
Congl
The propaganda charge was
contained In an article entitled.
Boomerang of Zionism." pub
lished in the Soviet wvekh \cu
Times
The Soviet journal is published
in seven languages, Including
i lish, and is distributed around
the world.
Phil Baum, associate executive
director of the American Jewish
Congrats and coauthor of the 32-
pave manual, said the New Times
article had 'totally misrepresented
the purpose and content of our
briefing kit
In publishing the briefing kit. he
said, "the Amei ican Jewish (on-
great expressly warned readers
nst any conduct that could pos-
sibly be construed as illegal under
Soviet law, or as provocative in
tei ms of Soviet policy."
This year the festival of Put im
.md Passovei occur late. The r< a
- ii :- that the Jewish yeai 5113
is b l ajp year and In the Jewish eal-
cndai tins mean: adding not an
extra day but an extra month
and w t are now in the p i lo l o
ibis extra montli.
In Hebrew, a 13-month year is
known as < .....gnanl year" and
in-bad of having <>ne month .!
Adar there are two nonths of
Ada First Ada: and Set
Adai
The leap yeai Is a means through
whirl: the annual Gifl be-
tween 'hi lat year and ti"' lunar
which an Lints to li days,
i- a ljusti d The Moslems n
no such adjustment so thai their
Mew Y' ar. foi example. |
li, r a ih yeai an can e< ntuall)
occur at an> time of the sola) >
The Jews realized the prol
Inning of tl
pndi i tions and
lustm nts ac oi lingly. They work-
d out thai by I i
nth seven n nes In the c
i,f every 19 years, they v
maintain th son i ondet i
twi th soloi and tl 1
ye ir
And s(, in every 19-year cycle
i onth is a I'i'-d in
8th, 8th, 11th, 14th, 17th and
The nun lays
in a leap yea the
... j ,| ,. thai
i .uai > ob ved In tl
\ i : i such as t '
in kept in the ;
tin ol nth wa* i
Has.....i times ovi
. But th* : nol yet
it the i '-
rhey ol d a -ti
turn such fa tors i- th
ite ol thi barl j of en t
on l'a--ip. er and of the first -
oi fered on Shay 'i"t I nsiden
wa th state ol roads an I brid i
,it Pa sover time and m hether th
ii- for the paschal-lamb
rll i es < i e di > al ter the
season. < >n the basi* of s ho
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oi not t a Id thi extra month
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Friday. Mesrcfc 23. 1973
!
Survivor Vividly Recounts
Cracow Ghetto Liquidation
of the Cracow ghetto. Myer we.n. Dressec] together on a narrow strip went through the wnoie cnj
- we w. an eywitne and aurv.vor K .:,,*.aIk ."racovv: thev wanted to show the
4 th tragedy. Mr. Weinreb. a bun- Of the MliewaiK. iiv. -nM
JLiman ,n union. N.j. was an in- ^^ 'Polish population what the> could
mi, m Aoaehw.ta for two year, and The SS Folice were using bay- jf ,h resisted the might
SSST5m SXitST* "....." onets ^^ t0 q"iCt d?Wn ,hh < the Third Reich.
m n.i coun.ry ,n rising, falling sea of people, each i
Thirty years have passed away ^rum lryjng to be selected for Some onlookers were weeping.
since that memorable day. March lhe labor camps to save his life. Seeing us going to an unknown
M. 1943. but the pictures, scenes, j stood in a relatively quiet deitination. to meet the fate of
. events, torture and torment still ;, wjln women and men who ^hers who never came back. Some
live so vividly in my memory as if did not want t0 be with the boil- of ^ deportees tried to jump
it had happened yesterday, and 1 ing crowd 0f the able-bodied men from the truck thev were shot
( wtfl carry it within me till the last wiixin., t0 be selected for Camp instantly while running. I saw
breath of my soul. Plasrow. youngsters lying face down in the
( The Cracow Ghetto wa; divided Suddenly the SS Troopers start-1 mud when we passed the suburbs
I isdo two areas: "A" and "B." "A" ed t0 picj^ up their victims from of Cracow.
was inhabited by Jews who worked ,he standing columns:, they acted '
, ia different shops, factories, air- !n(jlscriminatelv. but as a cri-' The truck I was on had a blow-
\ ports, military installations, etc. terion thev were picking out the : out This saved my life inej
, "B" A-as inhabited by Jews unable e!derlv the poorlv dressed, and topped and waited for another
to work. sick, elderly, women with those "not standing straight in the '-ruck to transfer us. The prowd-
, children and others who did not WVK Thcv (lraggpd ,hfm into the mg trucks went straight to tnc
, have working papers. housc haljs and gho, them in the Auschwits crematoriM. We ar
,. .. ... u,j rived ate; the gassing for the da\
I lived in Ghetto '-B because head. ^ t the faig gafc of
1 was an escapee from a labor saw downs of Jcwi h n,pn and Auschwit2 read a sign: "Labor
camp where I had Rotter. sick and thejr ha,ids Freedom.' When our truck
^d had to jw>**> .CRS into neighboring houses I rossed the big door loaded with
would have been executed ^ ^ ,rwno .., v r(. km.w tha,
Ms w the onlycurethey ap- undernourished. thT last chapter of the 800-yeH>ld
I IfiV oeTamT unpSductt fTthe
t labor camp.
Zim Selects
Tabak For
Key Position
Merman D Tabak, special COtV
ntsull to the president of Zim
( ontainei Service World Head
quarters, hay aasu ml full time du-
Tsur Takes Lead
For Shazar Post
JERUSALEM (JTA) Yaa-
cov Tsur. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund and a former
Mr. Navon is supported by the
younger wing of the party, by
its Jerusalem branch and by for
mer Rafi followers of Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan.
Gakal, the largest opposition
faction, has not endorsed any
candidate. But one of its lead-
ens Elimelech Rimalt. recent I >
told a Haifa audience that Gah.il
favored Judge Mani.
The National Religious Party,
a coalition partner, reportedly
leans toward State Comptroller
E. I Ncbenzahl who is Orthodox.
The Labor Party leadership
bureau met with the executive of
the party's Knesset faction to
discuss the various candidates.
On Thursday, the Labor Align-
ment's Central Committee was
to meet with the full Knesset
faction in Tel Aviv, hopefully to
select a candidate.
were unshaven and unkempt: they
v. ere grabbed cut from the crowd
On Saturday. March 13. the ,nj pushed with bayonets into the
populace of Ghetto A' hall* ar,d backyards and ex rated
evicted and moved to con unceremoniously.
tion camps Jerosolimska-Plasa
located on the site of the Jewish I heard t!n pleading.
cemetery The expulsion was car- praying voices of lhe victims
ned out by the Jewish police un- spare their lives but in vain
der the order- and supervision of nothing moved the stonehearted
the Gestapo. It was heartbreaking Germans. They carried out their
to look at the poor Jewish crowd bloc -ion with the utmost
carry ina bundle; filled wit '-on. The cacophony of ex
errsiitirn 'nig bullets fi'led tli- air
_ ,. terrible, unbearable staccato.
They were crying, shout:
pawing, breaking their bands over Death was working overtime, ties as assistant to Mordechai Cho
. era, president of Zim American
Israeli Shipping Co.
Mr. Tabak brings to his new as-
lignment, which includes Zim Con-
tainer Service, a background of 30
the helpless situation obeying Drunken soldiers brought infants
the cruel order of SS officer Dr. n little basket! from the n
Warner, the governor of the boring apartments, placed them
Cracow District, to leave Ghetto ln tiir> middle of the square. ;iiri
'A'' undir the death pea then without remorse. Some
I saw families sep:. f thc m* 'n-
bards from wives, mothers froir I kets ",1 ammunition; yews transportation industry ex
children. This was the moat brutal ^ey were carrying two guns in perienca. His business career
omen; when mothers were ^ hands, hunting for the encompassed every phase of trans
taken awav from then- children, human game. portation. He Is a recognized au-
th :ity in the field, especially in
Th o pen which can de- Oh my God I looked at the the relatively new area of inter
] scribe tho.-e scenes and any blue sky and could not believe it modality.
imagination is too weak to have this a dreadful nightmare or
My idea of what happened or. that tru life? 1 could not understand He 1S au,hor of "Cargo Contain
toy in the Cracow Ghetto and, as what was happening on this crs Tncir Stowage, Handling
f.j now know, in hundn : are all the f Hell :"''<1 Movement," the standard in-
ather ghettos where Jews Uved open to the Jewish people ternationally accepted work on
under \azi rule. -i committed?I ask erlsation Mr. Tabak
,, ,_._ i : k .i. rcy, no us national i ol II H
Sunday, ...arch 14. i thi.- da) the sun rose bri yV Thi| (|,M,(. b \ tions IMCO, member of the Na
welcomed Ghetto B" tWly. n;i(lor of p|llioSOpiu,, s" and thi;; al Panel of the American Arbi
Concord Square. wh< nhab- t)u. (-,(..inan k. uhv () LraUon Association (a^ a marine
HMts were gathering for he ,, hau. 1o (|ie s0 ,J for
**odus. was bathed in sunrays and ejn born a Jew,
on the ground snow \\a> still i-
ible. The Ghetto was encircled by Those were the thoughts I h
a ring of Polish blue uniformed during these tragic moments when
police, by Ukrainian Sonderdiensl a terrible massacre uas going
in black uniforms and by German under the blue skies in Concord !
ehuppo in tall helmets. Square. I was almost in a da
when I heard an order from th.
VAACOV TSl R
Israeli ambassador to France,
appeared this week to be the
hading presidents! candidate as
the Labor Part) started the proc-
ng i successor to
Pie.-: Ii nl / msn Shazar.
Israel'i new 1 I will be
.1 bj the Knessel Ma) 28.
The live for selecting
. dates for the prestigious,
but office
to the ma-
jorit) party
According to wmr observers,
Mr. Tsur's election is a virtual
certair.lv because he appears to
have Tiemier (iolda Mrir's sup
poll. But two other candidates
have been mentioned by Labor
Part) MKs.
:e Court Jill
tice Eliyahu Mani and Deputy
Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Navon.
both : members of the
cue community. Arye
dm i lecretarj neral
oi the Labor Party, supports
i Mani.
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Inside the Ghetto you could see
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Uaffen SS soldiers and the Ges- kets_ and a thj ,
taps m battle-camouflaged suits d ^f .. *
The whole execut.on of he liqui- kets and )ooked d
dauon was a precise military op- the few dpar jct
eration. Th.-ough loudspeakers i; D ^ b -
well planned expulsion should pro-1
ceed^ All able bodied men would With aI1 my earth, posscs>ion,
stand on the eastern part of the on the earth Mon me. I thought
square women and children on now. when 1 am free of all my!
the southern part sick and elderly material asiets it h much ^
fa the middle of the square. They to die Wjth resignation that
had a table with maps and plans. marks on,v those ^p^ who have
. I saw the familiar faces of the Ilost 11ihP- expected the gra
Cracow Na*i elite: Major SS i C',0US '" lhe head Suddon)y-
Haase he looked like Himmier ,l.e a th"nderbolt. I heard the
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trucks appeared on the square, and
Gestapo officers Kundte and lmed up t0 pick UP tne half-dead
Heinnrich. The eastern column People.
consisted of a huge crowd of Jew-: _._
iab men: it was like an ocean H*lmeted Uaffen SS in long
tid. swinging back and forth. c w'lh ha"d machine guns be
shouting, pushing, boiling like a ?an ^ '?* W perSOns int0 cach
^ TOlcano. Everybody wanted to be "JE The.y us?ueef*d tbem to-
in the front row to be selected by gLUl.er M t,gh"y that one could
. the working commandos. "" turn around _,In the ^k were |
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ckson Fighting For Bill
LlSGTON. D.C. (JTA)
Showdown is rapidly shap-
l on whether Sovwt-Amer-
tade will include Soviet
Inc-e to freedom of emi-
l in a three^aceted battle,
[propagandists arc lobbying
Initol Hill and offering in-
tents across the country to
fusiness and industrial lead-
Nixon administration,
nc ratification of the U.S.-
biUteral trade agrce-
1S encouraging Soviet prop-
| u but may be seeking a
LmiM 'n Moscow where
Secretary of the Treasury
_.'.,. ( Shultz. head of the
Initiations economic af-
siting for three days
i-ek. ______.
The third element is Con-
gress. There the leaders for leg-
islation linking free emigration
with the East West Trade Act
are insisting that the Soviet gov-
ernment live up to the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights.
"Talk of compromise is only
desicned to promote compro-
mise," the JTA was told by an
aide to Sen. Henry M. Jackson,
I> Wash., chief sponsor of the
Senate legislation. Seal. Jackson,
he said, is "reaffirming his de-
termination to stand on princi-
ple it's an American issue not
a Jewish issue."
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AIPAC Selects National Officers
Former Congressman Emanuel
Celler. and Herbert Tenzer have
been elected cochairmen of the
American Public Affairs Commit
tee's National Council.
Irving Kane was elected national
chairman of AIPAC for a third
term. I. L. Kenen, of Washington.
DC, was reelected executive vice
chairman. He was a founder of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee in 1954.
The new national treasurer of
AIPAC is Bernard S. White of
Washington, D.C.
Leo Dunn. Roston attorney, was
named vice chairman of AIPAC" s
National Council.
Community Calendar
MONDAY, MARCH 1&
Brandeis University National Women's Committee Stud>
Group
TUESDAY, MARCH 27
Fort Lauderdale B'nai B'rHh General Meeting
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Donor Luncheon
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Evening Group 8-10 p.m
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28
Ahavah Chapter B'nai B'rith General Meeting
MONDAY, APRIL 2
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Board Meeting
TUESDAY, APRIL 3
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood General Meeting
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4
National Council of Jewish Women A. M. Board Meeting
National Council of Jewish Women Book Review
Brandeis University's National Women's Committee Board
Meeting
THURSDAY, APRIL 5
Fort Lauderdale Hadassah Board Meeting


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Jewish Prisoners Meet
'Special Problems' -Hoffa
The celebration of the Seder service is a way of preserving
the beautiful Hebrew tradition. And what could be more
traditional for Passover than knaidlach (or matzoh balls'
and chicken soup?. Light-as a-feather knaidlach are made
with Planters Peanut Oil, which is kosher and paive for
Passover.
Matzoh Ball Soup Set For Passover
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1 ':> :, te '.- th storj
the schooin astei t who
U hi in Balta
to his family in n isht rhavat i
the majo Festivals.
On th<' f ve >! Passover, Fiat* I
ca led hi- wife: "1 com to r
Pre] are knaicBach Bui hia mes>
a a- intercepted by the cen-
aor. arid the unl teacher
was arrest
Eventually the case of the
1 i icherous knaidlai h Maa solved
Ii was diacovere i thai Fiahel
nnod to rci sn ot ei the Seder
nut to o\erlbrow the <"/a-
And knaidlach were matzoh balls
not cannon balls!
Matzoh balls or knakUa h a
I,.ma'.
ao For youi > i rviee this
Pa- j ou ma) serve
h made
with Planters M i II lit cooking
Plant.- i- an im-
port I
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dients, : Peanut Oil
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k\ \ill.\< li (Mataota t*;.11-.
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p. roam
tap peps x i
-' cu oh meal
2 tbs chopped pa Bley
Boiling chicken so ip or salted
water
Hont Planters Peanut Oil In
saucepan; cook onion until tender
in hoi oil. Remove from heat.
Beat (ether egg yolks, cold
water, tall and peppci I iradualry
at in onion until completely
Stir in matzoh meal and
w hit. unl ii itil I
peata fony gradually fold in
mat/oh meal mixture, Cover and
chill in itor at least one
Using two teaspoons, measure
round* I teas <>h meal
e into balk an i d
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.\ ater. t '.>\. an l cook in boiling
liquid about 25 minutes Serve with
hot soup. Mai il 26 matzoh

B'nai B'rith Takes Youth To Task
For Not Voting In 'First' Election
Former P Teamster president
Jan.es Hoffa this week told an
ntive audience at the VM
VWHA of Greater Miami that
prison at best is dehumanizing,
but for Jewish inmates there are
special problems."
Mr, Hoffa. paroled on condition
he did not return to leadership in
the Teamsters or any other phase
>t the American labor movement.
was the second speaker of the Y s
Aim iuan Value Series.
Fit tncier Louts Wotten f
Miami Beach opened the forum
Otne weeks ago with a report on
I- America Doomed As A Free
Society?" '
Mr. Hoffa, describing graDh
ically the procedures new pris-
oners gO" through when entering
orrectional institution-. said,
'You .lie searched, delivered to
receiving, your clothes are taken
:rom von. you are fumigated.
. iprinted. mugged and quar
lOtined, You realize that the first
Tan you touch, some one yotl
never met. may be a murderer
apist. hold up man or somebody
vho smoked pot."
He said -life and death struggles
may take place oxer a single pack
if cigar< (tea, pointing out the spe
ial need for many types of re-
form in the entire prison system."
tyit Jewish inmates, Mr Hoffa
aid. "have other problems Guards
Tin no and down the hallway, ia)
i.i one another, "What are we
_..m2 to do with this Kike"'
The onetime Teamsters b
said if there is a dirt) job, the
.lew gets it If there are bad
Humphrey
Denounces
Terrorists
tSHINGTON The IVnn
th Commission, pottcy-
i\ I r the world's
itl i! ha- shai ''-
I) mi icize I m n-\i -t ns, \
youth tor not practicing what
the) preach "
W it thi
: oni\ 4D pei a nl o| the
Voters in 'lie -i 'i'. IN to
20 voted in ii'.' N'ovemb) r i
le i"nini.
.".t Its annual n i etlng held here
For rears the j outh of this
n have d an i the
I m ha- apt ov d the
oole i art irate In
Now it
' .in I
oi. th iblishment'
not
I
ims both lor its members an i
id), general youth community and
Bj'ed for an intensified effort to
ister all ell gible youths for the
n< \t i lection,
In another resolution, the com-
-ioii noted that this i~ the
'nth umiversary of the Jewish
rising in the Warsaw shetto.
when .lew. resisted Nazi attempts
to depot t them t.. death can
Th thai the
t. when Nazi Germany
' is
one oi tii). central events in hls
hool sys-
tor th worl i the
of the holO au-i to dl
myth that J<
nin l mankin l tint
ition
nod-
i in i
By Special Report
LOUISVILLE Sen Hubert H.
Humphrey said this week at a
United Jewish Appeal )linner that
"the Palestinian extremists are do
in'.-, more to jeopardize peace in the
Middle f. ist than any other single
Not satisfied with the attempted
blackmail of the l s government,
the terrorists are blackmailing
Arab governments every day by
then- presence and extensive op-
erations throughout the Middle
Ka>t
'With their Violence and ter
rorism, the) are a menace to Arab
and Jew alike. All responsible gov
ernmenss must join m i common
effort to do away with these ter
resist movements."
Sen. Humphrey said 'the United
Nations has a particular responsi
bility to mobilize its membership
to track down and punish the ter
rorists No nation should provide
them with refuge or asylum
"The recent tragedy in the Su-
dan demonstrates that terrorism is
a despicable device which onl) sub-
verts peace at a time when a break
through might be possible.' the
Minnesota Democrat asserted
sen Humphrey observed that
the President's recent meeting with
President Sadat's foreign policy
advisor, followed by the long and
friendly meeting with Qolda Meir,
gives real hop*' that a forward
movement m suing tensions In the
Middle Fast ma) now be possible
\iei it i- clear," be said, "that
the terrorists are anxious to undo
these -i. as of hoi i Senator
Humphrey will be honored WoSflMS
day nigh! in Miami Heach at a
Hebrew i Diversity national dinner.
quarters to sleep in. the Jew is
selected It there is I ) to put
him in the hole you can be
Hired he is put in."
Mr Hoffa noted that Catholics
and Protestants hare hill-time
prison chaplains. Rabbis come in
once a week, and are paid $50 for
each visit."
The former union leader said
Jewish prison) rl often are denied
the privilege of celebrating their
religious holidays, and that guards
take much of the special food sent
b) either relatives or organisations
to Jewish prisoners
Man) attending Mr Hoffa'i lec-
ture were Greater Miami high
school students, and the) particl
paied in an Intensive question and
answer session.
< outfity managei Rjv
the next speaker on the
with a talk slated
is open to the general pub'l
in particular to members ofl
age clubs, according to I),
V.itkoff. chairman of the
affairs committee.
Myron Berezin. executiveI
tor of the YMVUII \. sill
participation of Jewish v.igj
"ii highly ancouraglni
their institution Mi
1 th)-ir further attendanci a<
volvement in thi- |
activities."
The YM-YWHA
Miami is a m nib I |
Greater Miami Ji r-'edtt;
and of the United i und of
County
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+Jcnitl fhridtof) Of North Broward
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CJW Convention To Honor
ov. Askew, Dr. Prinz Here
national awards will bo eludes Mr- Betty (ireensDan. Mrs |
.|lt..,i for the first time at Audrey Goldstein, Mrs. Judy Gil-
knth biennial convention of the belt. Mrs, Nanci Goldstein, Mrs
Klkki Puternick, Mrs, Doris Rich,
Mrs. Ann Sheldon. Mrs Helens
Berger and Mrs, Bee Kazan.
Script romnUttea Inelodaa Mn
Nam i I ioldstein, Mi Rot < Botl
feld. Mrs Marilyn Cohen, Mrs Myr
n.i Loman and Mrs Ann Sheldon
Mrs. lil.tine 111.mm is president
of the Greater Miami Section's
.'..Mid members and Mrs. Vera Kes
ilte is c. mnumin servleea siee
I pivsident. Serving as chairman of
the "Workshop on Wheels" is Mrs.
BHnor Catamen. Mrs, Revs Vfealei
is national eon\ention chairman.
March 27 a < ouncil in Israel"
lum In on m ill hear Dr Chaim Ad
lor, dire* l >r of the National Coun-
ash Womi n NCJVi i
tor for ii> search in Education ol
the ths School
of the Hebrew Uni-
versit] of Jerusalem.
committee on Informal Education
and Community Developments ol
the Prime Minister's special com
mlttee on "Youth in Distress
At the 1971 national convention
in Detroit, \< JW pledged $1 mil
lion to establish the NCJW Center
for Research in Education of the
Disadvantaged as a permanent in
ii.-ti'ution.
The center, which will carry
the name "f NCJW In perpetuity,
will i>" housed In two wings in
the c. mplex of the School of Edu
-.ii:n now undi r construction on
Mt. Scopus.
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COV. MUBIN ASKPfi
Mil Of Jewish Women.
i the Deauvillc II"
from
United States will
the BOth snnlver
I i rw.
, Vaken ".ill re<
I ihn t Ken
[ delivei kng the
| .it the opening
Iven bienniall) to
I Has rendered dis
' .i cms. mean
late Preeldenl Ken
whose efforts haw
social pro
, islative action
revious i.upients include Sen.
Humphrey, Bayard Rustin
,1 \ iuhn, Patricia Worthy and
i Dorothj Height.
|Dr. .' Print, past presi
en- American Jewish Congress,
t NCJW s first Faith
U il i \warfl at the cm
|v inquet March 29 He
, ma as chairman ol
|0 Coi | of Presidents ol
I \ can Jewish Orgenixa
m -.
.Mir. h A, some 500 community
Irvire oriented delegates will be
Lcj. h> sightseeing buses to V
The \< JW (enter for Research
in Education "f the Dtaadvaataged
will he celebrating its fifth year
f existence and its first as a per-
mam ni institution In the Hebrew
ni\eisit> School ef Bdneation.
Dr V" fly here d;
i-i. el, is i v orld re
fiel is of
BtiOl d has
:,. d in
. .leal,114
u ah
He rves on the i o n-
mittei and is i hairm in of the Sub-
OR. JOACHIM PRINZ
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amice projects serviced by the
iQreaiea Miami Section of the Na
Itlonal rounril of Jewish Women.
to be visited include \'a
I i iren'a Hospital. Braille
School for Hand!
i : chmont Gardens Das
Center, Douglas Gardens Jew
Home for the Aged, South
Center. Ponce de
, \i Fisher Junior
VM11A Child Care
I i, Council Thrift Shop Ware
and the Greater Miami Sec
- in the Federation
Koilmng.
The T. ir Guide committee in
By KMJBI SVMCKI. J POX
w. n< ) i
Why dots Jewish tradition i
quire that one wash oue's hanils
upon getting up every morning?
According to Rabbi Solomon Bon
Aderet f Rashes) the reason for
Il the f.'ct that upon being
blC to arise from one's slumber
'even morning, one should offer
thanks to the Untight} for being
ahle to get up. The expression of
thanks is an exercise in liturgy
which relates man directly to God
He is. therefore, comparable to
the priests (Kohanim) in the sane
tuarv of old who performed a serv-
ice whkh brought them into eon-
tact with Cod Coming into con-
tact with the Almlght) requires
a person to purify himself and
tanetifj himself like ihe priests of
old who are described in the Bible
as being required to wash their
bends and fee1 before entering
the sanctuary (Exodus 30)
lieneralU speaking, In such cir-
cumstance, the weaning is per
formed on those parts ol the bod)
which are USUall) exposed in tin-
course of the service Since the
priests of old had to remove theirj
.hoes before entering the sanctu-
ary, both the hands and feet WC
, \p ,sed Since our feet are Hsu
,11, covered, we wash onlj the
hands Also, when a person rises
from one plateau of sanctificat.on
, the higher plateau he is re-
quired 1" Wash his hands out Ol
rever. in", m recognition Of the
fact thai he hi entering a higher
level <>f holiness Passing i'"1"
iuimber to the state ol hem::
awake is like passing from one
level to bieher level of holiness,
,hll> one is ,,.mired 10 wash their
hands
WhS is it forbidden to eat be
fore praying in the morning?
Generallj ipeaklng, man upon
,, ,. needs to rOOOgaiaS that he
rpvltual being should he eat
immediately upon arising he ap-
pears to be no different than an
an.mai. Indeed, he appears to place
hi! bodily needs ahead of the 00001
,,| his soul.
The rabbis Interpret ; verse in
the Bible which sen Thou shall
not eat on blood" to mean I
is not luppoaed to eat befon
has settled himself spiritually to
prayer and dedication to God Kit
ing tends to make a man fit I some
what independent, while yel re
fraining from food he shows his
dependence on the Almightp and
His power for strength The Moo I
tends to emphasise something ol
the spirit since it is in a tense
the circulation of nobility through
.mt the bods
Food enriches the blood physi-
call) Prayer, bringing peace ol
mind and security, enriches the
Mood spiritually. One is. therefore,
obligated to psjw first in order to
seise his spiritual needs before he
tends to his physical need-
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*Jmi Friday. March 23
After Anti-Semitic 'Slip9
Atty. Gen. Kleindienst
Seeks, Gets ADL Aid
Soviet Jewish Emigratioi
Continues At Same Jtaf(
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
Prompt intercession by the
'Defamation League's Capi-
Hill representative. David
Brxly helped nip what might
< developed into an ugly sit-
Um with anti-Semitic over-
involving U.S. Attorney
(.. nr-ral Richard Kleindienst.
ucording to newsmen cover-
in. 'he capitol, Mr Kleindienst
was telling them that the Water-
gae trial was no whitewash be-
I j .-' Asst. IS Attorney Earl
Si >ert. the 36-year-old prosecu-
tor in the case and his two M>
. nt< were not politically in-
timate with the White House.
Tl take this fellow Silbert."
Mi. Kleindienst told reporters.
"I don't know his political affil-
iation but I guess he's a Demo-
crat, ionsiderin his age and the
fad he's Jewish."
Rep -' I D Wolf, DN'.Y.,
reacted with a strong letter to
Mr. KleinJienst. observing that
this remark is an example of
the "kind of comment that fans
the flames of bigotry and preju-
dice Mr Wolff circulated his
letter to other Jewish members
of Congress.
I pon getting the letter in
which Mr. Wolff called for a
public apology Mr. Kleindienst
im mediatel> contacted Mr. Brody
uith uhom he has cordial rela-
tions and asked for his help in
soiling the situation.
Mr. Brody quickly arranged a
meeting between Mr. Wolff and
Mr. Kleindienst for the next day
After an hour's session. Mr
Wolff reported he was no longer
upset or concerned.
'The attorney general was
very gracious." Mr Wolff said.
He explained the situation in a
ay that sounded very plausible.
The impression he made to me |
today was a good one. He spoke
with sincerity. He said that the
rpretation of this remark
was one cf the wont things that
had happened to him. And he
' me of his beat
friend^ are Jewish."
Two of the Jewish members
of < onui-ess receiving Wolffs
letter are New York Republi
cms. Sen. Jacob Jatits. dean of
the Jewish members, said: "It's
just one of those things you
don't know bow to resolve. It
was verv ill advised. We II just
have to take up that score and
keep it in our heads."
Freshman Rep Benjamin Gil-
man said: "Religion is no indi-
cation of party's preference."
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SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Mornt A. Skop
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
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servative) 6101 NW 9th St.
WASHINGTON (JTA) Jew-
,.h ( n from the Soviet
bound roc larael continued
limatelj the same rate
first two month*- "f tins
\ear as during 1972 when approxi-
mately S1JJO0 reached Israel, a
, Deportment of-
ficial informed the JTA
About 5.000 Jews emigrated dur-
ing January and February the of-
ficial said. Durin" the week ending
March 3. the number was 572
which was described U average.
Statistics, the official said, are
received from Jewish volufltarj
ged In assisting the
emigrants, nearlj all of whom are
fiown from the Soviet Union to
na where i center nearbj fane
- u a reception area and to
transport them to Israel.
Non-Jewish emigration from the
Soi iel Union the official added, ti
not on the magnitude <>f Jewish
tion al tins time Approxi-
mately 5CO non Jews, he said, ar-
innuall) in the United States
Many more than that enter West
,,n\ each >ear in the past
few ye.11 -
The official thought the latter
were mainly Volga Germans SI
turtics were unavailable oi
: ints t i othi: Western coun-
Meanwhile, it a led that
.'(on .1 'wish intellectua i ha' e
led to l S Congressional
lenders for help in emigratial
lanel In aruoeen<4ftti-i ta j
Henry II Jackson and Re: \\.j
I) Mills, who ha\e ,ns
amendments in both bou
BTi H to link East West tiadel
relaxation of Soviet i
rules, the signers stated tl
opinion in the West has ,,i
been a significant fact.
ing Soviet Jews to emigrate.
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DATELINE ISRAEL
By am ALPERT
A New Link In A Long Historic Chain
ill IP lVTHK hill- ol" Gillie* b the town'of
din. it* population f o\er 2,000 is computed
,, think Dm/i1 miM WO Christian Arabs and
about 90 Moslems and until
last month only our Jewish family.
When tlM Second Temple Wai
lestroyed the surviving Jews hk
scattered. Soon went to Europe,
MOM t'> A-ia. "Mj family earn.- to
Pekiin.1 Yosel Zinatl told me
idly. "Our descendants have
'ived here exer since almost
uninterrupted Jewwh settlement
thto oot through WOO yean of history."
i: t there are onlj a few Zinatta left. The family
U.y ,,-oUl Yoaai is the la-t of the line. When
nc. would Pekiin. for the lirst time in
I leu without Jew*?
The inawer was given but month by a group
voumi Yeerdva students. With all the enthu-
., .., ,. a halutitm going to Bet-
rl/ tin v tn to Pekiin and an-
nounced that they wore the nucleus of renewed
J. wish settlement. They plan to establish a yeahiva
at the ancient synagogue which has been cared for
by the Zinatl family* for generations,
I vUited the boys and found a most unusual
group. For on.- thing, all of them are from the
United si.ites Until withta the past year none of
them had been religions. Many had been hippies. I
found them engaged in prayer, in Torah study,
deeply devoted to the traditional way of Jewish
life. They consider themaalvec a "branch" of the
Diaspora Yeahiva located an Ht Zaoh, Jerusalem.
Their goal Ls to make the Pekiin yeshiva self-
SUPportUg. They hope to find employment in the
neighborhood as farmers or teachers or whatever
else they can do, Hut in the meantime they are liv-
ing on hopes and promise* and faith.
For lack of suitable living accommodation all
11 of the n live in the one-room synagogue, I looked
around. In the Confusion I could make out blankets
an.i mattresses, a earl in ol cucumbers, prayer nook-
and lol II- Urbman Book Rt-vit-w Qyerseos Newsletter By Robert Slater
rature And Prayer Kahane's New Role
SIMPI t-: to be ome U about three n *
TIm' [ir-xl two "<*" "'"' :l'"' two ol V
l JewM Literature lix I-i a /. nberg, edit) d and
tranal ited rrom Vlddbh b) vn< d
ird
n prea ol Cae Western Reserv.
I i n x *'01 '
,llHlt /,. be In on* r foi n an)
readeri
!..,.; -/, i. In L8i I i"
Rued i i : hb d i da sj
,.|, ,m | pnglneei d Baai I al lb
,,, 25 an I then became director ol a
, iopj | si Petersburg He held this
landwa trreated b) Stal n In 1987 be-
, .,, >.. | n i'Ii ichobi abr. s I Hi was sen-
.,, |n B concentration camp In Siberia
. o t< n. i. '-a'.- HI
I ,,, camp hospital in December 1938.
rolll c writer rot Jem -h publicati au Ai
, | i ,,,. had ;,. ..,,,. to con pile the 9 volumes
i- magnum opus He had worked upon then
>, 20 n.i'- The rirst ol theae b "The Arabic-Span-
:, coven such! giants as Ibn Shaprut, Ibn
m .... ,.nd Abraham 1 I >*. Ma1'
,. ;, uthei majoi ind minor figures from 900
itury.
ond volume, "French and German Jewry in
v and the Jewish Community of Medieval
tallowed b) i" further volumes, all ol
than a hbtor) ,: literature Works on
l by. ami ethl i; ':*! codes and book-
c it. in-, history, I | n :- chronk lea an I
I onlj nail of the i ati I il di I Zln-
.. i- a hktor) ..i Jewish thoughl and culture
[ ; rtln's translal w an I editing; arc eonsunv
, the breadth ol his kno Hb
i a idltloi i e to the volumes Zln-
, ,-,,. s : pro btj the ch<:riJ u"rU
Vl list, 'intei new I with the autho -
.. in Mti HI e seei r th*
,nd thej '"
i : '
. !.l-
I
i 0n b "a i m Zli *
lifaitor.i oi I wrist Literature."
I,.* the oil Z
i no ma i : '';'"'
I
In lei and th
il to him
|it.,-i.ii<- Pra>e* bj "> di "l-'"''' r:"-'' "* rabbl
Sch icken Books flOi b i book ror H i
n it presents a systematic rtudj ol the
Inds ol prayer by ome ol the NaakUc et* The
Lters re an brlel htetovj I Haaldirm to
Lm ior prayer, gestures, melody, acatatk and eon-
adative prayers to the prayer "f the Zadd k and Has
prayer in the Reapooat, mbW Dr Jacobs" hook
Hid receive wide reading and stud, it will be a ?
ti'ightenmem- foi the begtona* a^ waM as the Initiated
Uuiank InfUiaoea in tba BHldk pwyaei and the
.,1 the Kabbalah is clearly explained by the author
\ew badgbtl into the u-e of many of the |.raxer> in
I usual Aahkenaal dddur are obtained, it would aid
of our alienated youth to understand what tue role
prayers in Jewish life is.
I
?ills PA*iT PALL, he tried without success to
secure for Jew- the ruiu to pray al anj ti
it Heoron's aacn d Machpi la Cave where the Jewish
Patriarchs are believed to b> buried A few months
,, i I with a oun ol hb followers I affix
Mezuza on the Damascus Gate one of the main
ntrances to Jerusalem's Old Citj The Israel Su-
, i ourt ai ret d with the police, who argue I
thai ->^ act o breach of tb pu
Sow, Ral I M- ir Kahane and the Jewish
Defense League UDLi thai he ire encourag-
ing Israeli Arai. ti leave Israel bj offerli tl
rutncial Inducements. Thus rar, the government
has not -ti pped i"-
a tivities like these have helped Kahane and
>wers to r ta n their controxersial reputa-
tion, even after the JDL leader moved to Israel
and be ame an Israeli citizen. Ju-t as he man.' ; l to
tain the controversy that attended the JDL, he
has kepi violence as part ol the living *j
ol hi- movement Right new, h. faces a possible
Indictment in Israel for alleged!) smuggling
teas tn lx- used against Arab terrorist* op-
erating outside the Middle East, as well as for cn-
coura ring the Arab* to leave.
To talk with Kahane theae days, one would
think thai there were two JDL -. one thai ? I into
the headlines almeet daU) an I another performing
, .. dramatk work i- his organization's most bn-
: th pubUc'a notice.
in the past b'w weeks, Kahane claims to have
m i campaign In the Israeli schools, hopins to
turn theb curriculum and Jheb thbiking toward a
,. lloi ,.: things Jewish. "Our main
,,,, in Israel Kahan tol I a small group ol
new Immigrants rrom the United state- one eve-
,.t week, i- ritual fense, nol physii al
...,. this side ol the JDL's activities hi nol
re.....t d in the Israe' pi
I ; t v\ in J path) for the Arabs ha- be
-n rashionabli In b aell tchoola, says the JDL
;. thai Israi II s I Iren have si u I '. to
e iii the extra.' :::r\ Idea that Israeli na-
,!!,., ma) well e rHitmoded and Imp i l
I h -.rr. hi'dren have tut ned
: i
ot!es ai

i it with hook K '
the in1 'm'" the
. A'.,i becaus the rovernmenl ,
. j .,, | ^ n, the h
un< ol anti-relbtiou
: d I
,! iyt group ol v. oenlte hoolchildn n who.
,n ,..,, |n | th. rsrn II school system -.....
arrl In In then- m m t" to ind thai th wi re
expected to adopt a non-rellglous way of life down
to shaving ofl their side-curb, and including giving
ui> th.' ohservanee ol the Sabbath.
Wbi'e he is focusing the JDL'* energies on
Israeli schools theae daya, the Image of an organi-
/ation that condones and |ra. ti es violence is never
far rrom the JDL and it- leader, Rabbl Men- Ka-
nane Anybody, like the head ol the Nail Party
in America, who aayi thai Jaws should be put "
chambers, deaervaa to ^ killed." Kahane savs
without bllnklnt an eye. A little lat-. he a,'u the
,. eeamnenl agafaM vlobwee that a three-hour
disouaakM wAaaa* "11 there is no need for vio-
lence then even a littli oil ol rtoianee is not av
candlea, hoes and ahavela, towela, suitcasai and
knapsacks, cai-penlrx and maaon tools, a big kero-
sene stove on which a pt was simmering even
while the boys were praying the Mlndba servlcea,
Oowan in tin can-, boxes of detergent and i
guitar.
Thej have been promlaed help. The Ministry
f k. i ious Affairs ha- eneouraged them Mrs.
Rachel Ben-Zvi, widow of the late President, has
blessed theb venture. The Department <>f Public
Works has promised them water and proper elec-
tricity. Someone i- supposed to be trylag to rent
or buy a coupe oi apartments neai the synagogue,
in which they can live properly.
Yosel Zmati beams with Joy at this aasurance
that the chain of hbtor) hi Pekiin wU not be
broken. Hb daughter, afargalit, is th- real dynamo
behind it all. it i- she who nags Israeli officialdom
to help, keeps an eye on the netghbora, mothers
the ixixs. serves as guide to tourists. And I dis-
co ered it was she who had gone to the Dlaa
v' shlva :n Jerusalem and sold the boys on the plan.
Between you and Mt By BORIS SM01AR
'Exelusi^e, Clubs
eni ial ami III SIXE8S ( Lt'BS i> verj import'
ant nle in this country. II you are member of a
ank< r's club, a broker's c ub, an Industrbtl club, or
i,,- oth youi status i- asaured.
So i- yo ir caret r,
B) iv in a iti d into membership
. an., ol th bs, you gel your
chance to rub shoulders with men Influ-
ential li cone i nd ndustrj Xou
an makli Is with prop I ;
.,,. You ~ atlon" on
in hat is being pi ''" 1 la the w arl i ol
Finance. Yo elon bnjiortanl ootv
tacts tor yo r firm. Business transactions are uften dis-
. ted in such cl i duri ig lunch i al I
"!. ink."
The Importance i I being s mem er In i table
Mized j bank.-.- and Industrtal leadi rs to
, xecutive stall hi man) cases, b I m t to a
,;, p'ays an I nirtani part in being promoted
, higher position A members* a so lall)
i. wn business 'dub is canal lerad the leal """
for peopla seekins tn move up the career laddi r
Mary companies conakter it customao to provkta
their executives with the membership dues which the
clubs charge. Corporations da U a- a normal buajneai ex-
The) .on-.der it a good business Investmenl to
enable their ton-echelon staff members to unite pros-
pective customers to elegant clubs, to socialize with them
there and to make contact* which lead to the expansion
sin &s, i-\w Jewish executives, lu.wev.r. have the
,.....rtunity to benefit from this pollc) a vat.si b> many
anks and corporationa. The reason b simple: A good
i .any of these club- are judenreln" the) do not wanl
.it Jews a- mi mhers, no matter how high a position
, .' wish i v.....live bolls.
The An i lean Jewish Committee always fighting
nination has now begun to pay particular atten-
tion to the bu.-in.-s dub- whuh refuse to admit Jews
Into membership
Letters were seal o it \ the \.> lrlai',''
banks in the cou'ntr) and to 1.200 lai
i,,,. Hum to ceasi payii or th Ir executives in
s that I eriminator) mem-

there. The etters poinl ''"-
In such lu i "b ln ""'
' |p has often i ": ('"''
. thes to move upv
The AJCo ; olnl *d out to 1 on*
tn) firm which b an rtun"
... i ,|o) vorking oi "'lv H
. | the i>. li i tunity If it pro-
an, IMUd membershl ex. eutives m Sis-
I ni .ai": s i lubs.
Some ol the "hard-coif' h si vhieh keea
theb- d us closed to Jews seek I i Ktif) th i 1 on by
h,,, | tacla e u > b n1 a pub'le Institution, ana
has theiefore, a Ight to practice a "aelcctive syaaaaa" in
decbl ng whom to admit
The rcsbtan which some o! the dierinataiatlng
are putting up under various pretexts indicates that
UCommittce Oghl against them Is only at its be-
ginning. Of the L300 corporations to whom the AJCom-
mittee ad ires-.I it-.-lf with plea to stop paybai dues
;,,: th 'ir executives to ehibs where Jaaas are not wanted,
onl) abOMt Ml hawa so far made their altitude clear. A
. ritial number ol requests are bebaf received by the
,:riitte" froai banks and ether COBOnrattnns alHHlt
barshii nokdes al clubs .n their looaUtlea, The oem-
1 tin ni .her: theftl dat i from it- "Chlb Information
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row as *"*
nifu-ant changes in Soviet
migration policy. The NCSJ
Mid there were indications of a
new wave of trials for alleged
"parasitism."
Fifteen families who had ap-
plied for exit visas were re-
portedly rejected on the same
day that reports emanated from
Moscow of a relaxation of emi-
gration.
The Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry said this week it
had learned in a telephone con-
versation with Jews in Kiev,
that successful applicants for
exit visas were being informed
by the Ovir (visa bureau) that
they were "exceptions."
Three Kiev activists were re-
man rucu amist **
that he thought there was a
good chance" that the Rus-
sians meant to freeze but not to
cancel the education tax on
Soviet Jews. He added that only
time would tell if the move to
end the ransom tax was per-
manent.
Jewish Agency Executive
chairman Louis Pinous, inter-
viewed bv Israel Radio in Lon-
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continue to fight for the right
of all Soviet Jews to emigrate
to Israel."
Mr. Pincus was attending the
Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions (OOJO). Moshe Rivlin,
director general of the Jewish
Agency who returned from the
We want to eliminate the issue
as a problem."
GuHstreom Democratic
Women's Club Meeting Set
A meeting of the Gulfstream
Democratic Women's Club will be
held on the second floor of the
First National Bank of Hollywood
Monday at 8 pm.
Well-known civic leader Roger
Martin will speak on Density Prob-
lems in Relation to Construction
and the Building Moratorium in
Broward County. Also on the pro-
gram will be candidates for city
elections in Hollywood and Hal-
landale. The public is invited to
attend.
Ai minority *w women appneams
... the best qualified applicants
will be chosen."
Jack Kassewitz. chairman of
ADL's regional board noted the
FHC drafted the Affirmative Ac-
tion Plan, and will now have the
responsibility for assuring its
implementation by state agen-
cies and universities.
He said the ADL has been in
frequent contact with the FHC's
staff in a consuHive role re
garding the plan. "One of the
needed changes made from early
drafts was the elimination of
the discriminatory concept of
proportional representation in
state employment on the basis of
the percentage of minorities and
women in the population."
anfl the Department ol Health.
Education and Welfare," Mr.
Bernstein said.
He added that two such ca^c^
are currently the suhiect of fed-
eral inquiries in Florida.
ADI. regional director Arthur
Tcitelbaum said. "We are pleas-
ed by the assurances from the
Florida Human Relations Com-
mission that the state's Affirma-
tive Action Plan will be imple-
mented on the concept of equal
opportunity based upon individ-
ual merit. The Jewish commu-
nity and all minorities have a
great deal at stake in seeing t
the preservation of equal em-
ployment practices. We shall re-
main helpful to that end, and
vigilant for any abuses."

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look back at a quarter of a century
of accomplishment, but the work
is far from complete. There are
still faces which look to us. There
are still hands which reach out to
us. In the darkness there are eyes
which still speak to us. We must
answer them. We must Keep
the Promise.
For information about this
Lifeline write or call:
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1973 United Jewish Appeal-
Jewish Federation Campaign
Jewish Federation of North Browara
3905 N. Andrews Avenue
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Phone (305) 565-4869
Howard N. Miller
President
Albert Garnitz
Dr Myron Rubin
Irwin Weiser
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Alvin S. Gross
Initial Gifts Chairman
Irving L Geisser
Executive Director
Mrs Donald A Mitchell
President. Women's Division
Mrs Allan Baer
Campaign Chairman
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Mrs Jacob Lutz
Initial Gifts Co-Chairmen
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