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. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fort Lauderdale (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Broward -- Ft. Lauderdale

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

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wJewish Florid tin
Number 14
of XORTH HROWARO
May 4, 1973
Price 20 cwxrj
$120,000 STILL TO BE RAISED
mpaign Surpasses Previous Totals
b".l United Jewish Ap-
ji-'i Federation Cam-
raised $380,000 ti) date.
be of more than 40 per
I It same cards H-t
ivin Cross chairman of
Ifts. announced
the hichest amount
ever railed in North Broward.
he said There are still many peo-
ple who have not as yet made
their contributions, however If
Hmk people respond generously,
there li i iseibUlty thai
the campaign eoal of J'KW.OiX)
will he realised
Howard Miller, president of
the Federation, pointing out that
there is a shortage of workers,
made an appeal for people to
come forth and volunteer as so-
licitors. 11 also urged any con-
tributors who have not been ap-
ehed as vet to call the Fed-
eration office and pledge their
contribution
An all-o'it effort will be made
in the next three weeks to wind
up the campaign completely Mr
Miller said.
Jewish immigrants are now
coming into Israel from Russia
and other lands at the rate of
over 5.000 per month. Mr. Miller
explained, and it costs $1,000 to
resettle one immigrant. 'This
is in large part our responsibil-
ity." he said. "North Broward
must take its place with other
Jewish communities in providing
OUT fair share in saving Jewish
livei
inmunity-\Vide Kallv To

k Israel's Anniversary
of the many local com-
comori-inp North
[community have issued
Uons honoring the 25th
iry of the establi.-hment
ite of Lsrael
p!-bration of Israel's
culminate in a com-
iide rally, Sunday at 7
Port 1 auderdale High
|mKi NK 4th Aw
pj fr.Mn the city of Fort
]e wilt be extended by
Hay t Virginia Young to the
e\. acted capacity au Highlit of the evening's pro-
gram will be an outstanding Is-
rael: revue ("insisting of singers
and dancers from Isnel
iiu it speaker will be the no-
ted mid-East suthority, l>r Carl
H. Voss
Art and assay contest award
winners will slso be recognized
and prizes given.
Margate, Tamarac, Coral Springs
Organize For 1973 UJA Campaign
.
.
rgate Mayor's
Proclamation
pEREAfl, May 7. 1973 will mark the 25th annnersarv of
uishment of the free and independent State of Israel
late represents an inspiring anniversary for free men
-Jan.
ERBAS, determined to be a homeland for the homi
a. Is have welcomed, housed, an 1 absorbed nearl) I
muni grants, most of them refugees from oppression.
tl CAS they have reclaimed the desert, making it fruit
Ming industry, commerce, aea cities, nee harbors and
. communications.
pEREAS, dedicated to providing batter life for all i
ide notable sdvances la the sciences, medicine social wi I-
i be cultural srta, and have Mnen usly shared ttu
lith others, ttpt***'*! the new and developing natioi
land the East
HEREAS, the] have never for:f>Men 1' '-t th:.se ideal* of
[ libertj and peace arhkh iwrired generations of freedom
ken were nr,t proclaimed by Mm prophets >f ancient Is-
Id they have constantly sought to give th m fi sti concepts
anlfleance by act and by deed
bVi mEREFOR :, 1. Robert W. Baughman, mayor
J Mar ate, << hereby proclaim the wees of April 3
i). Mai 8th to be celebrated as Israel's 25th anniversary
li Margate. 1 have appointed a committee of distingue hed
, o lead th.- tribute in behalf of all our dt sens ninny
em share treasured heritage and origin with Israel's peo-
c.ll on all dtttans 'a renew and strengthen their support
Lg this 25th anniversary celebration.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hami ana
the seal of the city of Margate to be affixed.
CITY OF MARC.ATE
Robert W Baughman. Mayor
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Rules Citizens May H4wM Jewish Nationality
JlUSALEM (JTA) The
ime Court ruled Monday
fche first time that an
II citizen may delete Jewish
nality from his identity
The ruling, by a three-
bench, culminated a 17-
legal battle during which
Yeshava Schick. secretary oi a
kibbutz youth village, sought to
erase his Jewish nationality.
A district court had ruled
that while he could refuse to be
classified as Jewish by religion
he could not deny his Jewish
ness under the nationality rubric.
Leaders attending organiza-
tional meeting included Aithur
Finkel. (left: Coral Springe, and
Irving Berkowitz. Tamarac.
Under the capable leadership
of Israel Resnikoff. the commu-
nitie.i of Margate, Tamarac and
Coral Springs are organizing for
the 197:5 United Jewish Appeal-
Jewish Federation Campaign.
Mr. Resnikoff, for many years
an outstanding leader in I'tica,
N Y where he was honored for
his contributions on behalf of
the Jewish community and
United Jewish Appeal, is serv-
ing U chairman.
At a w< li attended organiza-
tional meeting at his home,
pledges were secured from wink-
ers and cards for the Margate
community wen dietributed.
Repreaenting the Coral Springs
Jewish community was Arthur
Finkel. who wiil help organize
that community. Irving Berko-
witz of Tamarac was also pres-
ent and plans are being made
for the drive in Tamarac.
Israel Resnikofi (right) chairman
of Margate campaign, is shown
with Henry Kessler, president
of the Margate Jewish Center.
Hadassah Chapter
Plans Installation
The Port I-auderdale Chapter of
Hadassah will initiate its new name,
lamer Croup, and its new officers,
at the annual installation Thurs-
dav. Mav 10. during a gala lunch
eon at 11:30 a.m. at Dan Dowd's
on State Rd. 7. Plantation.
The installing officer will be
Mrs. Avnew Lewis, regional vice
president for Zionist affairs. She
will install Josephine Newman,
president, and vice presidents Mar-
lene Jefferbaum, fund-raising;
Claire Abrams. education; Sally
Bornstein. program and Betty Hoff-
man, membership.
Reservations may be made by
contacting atorlene Jefferbaum.
Another key leader at the
meeting was Henry Kessler, pres-
ident of the Margate Jewish Cen-
ter and for a number of years
the guiding light for United Jew-
ish Appeal-Federation drives.
Also active In key positions
are Mrs Lillian Guy, who is sen-
tag as secretary and has done a
tremendous amount of the or-
ganizational work for the cam-
Mr Edward Guy and Mrs.
Resnikoff.
Among those attending the
meeting were Murray Silon. Mrs.
Nettie Billy, Samuel Feldber=.
,., rg< i iederman, J Grodman,
S M. Pearl. Harry K. .lass. Sid-
ney Koeppei Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Lyman. Mr and Mrs. Sam Ah-
roms Louis Goldberg, Artie
Finkel Leo Weisinger. Mr. aid
Mr.- Herbert Topol and Mrs.
Brooks
Meany Urges Backing
a
Jackson Amendment
WASHINGTON (JTA >AFL-
| 10 president George Meany
has declared thai under no
present circumstances should
the Soviet Union he granted"
most favored nation status from
the L mted States.
The President has no solid
evidence that the Soviet Union
has abolished or wiL abolish its
infamous head tax.' Mr. Meany
said. "There Is no evidence at
an that the Soviet Union would
keep its promise e\cn it it made
sucn a pledge openly and pub-
licly which it has not done. In-
deed, the Soviet union nas an
unbioken record of breaking its
word every time she gives it."
Mr. Meany urgeu the 76 Sen-
ators who have already d-eland
their opposition to granting the
Soviet l r'ion Mr \ status pend-
ing itc remova' ?f restrictions
on emigration "not to weaken
in the face of the White House
campaign.
"There is 1' present indica-
tion ihat the Soviet Union nas
earned or deserves any special
concessions paic' for by the
American taxpayer,"' he added.
The New York roan; or Rab-
bis declared in a letter to Presi-
dent Nixon, "We hope you will
not grant most favored nation
status to the Soviet government
terms of the Jackson Amend-
ment."
The letter to Mr. Nixon, signed
by Ral>!. William Berkowitz.
lent, and Rabbi Harold H
!. vice presidi at, of the
NYBR, stated that "the New
York Board of Rabbis Is deeply
concerned with the nit ire moral
problem involved In granting
most favored nation status to
the Soviet Union."
How the Congress ultimately
will rea*t to the Soviet Unions
still unverified accommodation
towards a more humane policy
on emigration will be more ac-
curately assessed when it re-
turns from its spring respite.
Beth branches were hurrying
to complete legislative details
and get home when the Presi-
dent first reported that the
"Soviet leadership'1 had sus-
pended the education tax on its
citizens who wish to emigrate.
Nevertheless, there have been
indications of some withdrawal
by some major adherents from
the Jackson Amendment as now
constituted, although none of
the 76 Senators or the 278 Rep-
resentatives who are backing
the legislation have flatly said
on the record they were with-
drawing from it
Senate Republican Leader
Hugh Scott, who was first to an-
nounce the President's report of
the "suspension" to a group of
Congressional leaders, has since
then said he is "in sympathy
with the Jackson Amendment.''
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swimminc and other sport (
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rap sessions
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flliaj night and Shabha* '
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meetingi with Israeli yout.n
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The cost of the tour is $997. plus
S3 tax ai.d a $10 regUtration ft
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Further dcU.ls and an arphcj
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, May 4, 1973
+ *nUt nrrMtor Of North toward
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[Hertzberg Keynote Speaker
At Men's Club Convention
|ref on "The Oneness of .-cus-um Monday murmnj; on 'Tho
People on the 25th Future of the North American
of Israel' by Rabbi, Jewish Community," and Rabbi
1 lrwin Oroner i-f Detroit, Mich..
who will be apeaker at the Wednes
daj evening banquet during which
new officen will be installed.
Speaken .w the opening -
Sunday evening will also include
Robert L Shevin, Attorney Gen
oral ol the State of Florida, Maj o\
David Keating of Hollywood, Mm
\i Goldberg, of Washington, D.C.,
national president and Rabbi Joel
B Geffen of New York, spiritual
advisor of thr Men's club- Sidney
i Goldstein, of Chicago, conven-
tion chairman, will preside al tb<'
o[x nil,', banquet.
Timed to coincide with the 25th
anniversary celebration of the
birth of the State of Israel, the
Monday evening session, will be the reception and hospitality com-
devoted to the anniversary. I Mur- mittee.
rav Jacobs, "f Detroit, associate ..,, ,u
convention chairman, will preside South Fioridians serving on the
at the celebration at which Rabbi '"^entn.n committee lindei Sid-
Sol Landau of Congregation Beth ni> J- ('olds,em an'' Mu,,a>
Di.nl. Miami, president of the Jacobs include Reuben Lcderman,
Southeast Region of the Rabbinical Miami Beach. Myrim I-evine. Hoi-
Assembly, will be the speaker.
Main topics of discussion by the
1.000 delegates at the convention
will bp the future of the North
American Jewish community, clos-
m .... .------- ing the communication^ gap with
ng the opening session of, youth, the interrelationship of Is-
44th annual convention of the ra(l] Wl|n ,ne diaspora and the put
Honal Federation of Jewish tinj, 0f God into the daily life of
: Clubs at the Diplomat Hotel tno American Jew.
evening, May 6. The local Miami convention chair
(>,hc, prominent guest speaker. ^^"J T^braht 7:30 P m. under the chairmanship
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Friday, May 41
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Number 14
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Strikes Biiy Tfnie For Israel
i that bratl I
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Ming a ion fcr the brilliance
of : to the kind cf
e:-' ran the Arab adve.n-
"e rr ledge that peace in
iQe wer, I cannct be tug-
cpatad st hing to curb the
;e- bl -- bo make .: plain to I ho shelter them
. : :ha: they are not im-
:. Moreover, cs has been pre
res against guerrilla bases
leaders, buys | ks Israel as
d forces together ac
zr.c
' -non, v. ;~e peculiar political p-oblems
:i, w.'l have ;o determine fcr : sei: as d.d Jordan,
: :es to avoid
ad in recent mm
ie and concern
orld are experiencing.
ftm Heeded Fcr ChrlflciHM
l area cf inner.
cor Jewry afler many v
.
~ ting > the south d us.
Chile ha- improved cr
l over the of Allende w.
eGr e his Corn-
's a Soc 1 J Baldest has cd-
. .rd ka fanaal and in recent mo .
the eachangc of tec ; and studs
perecded a friendly relation ketwocosnti
The eiert'on cf a ?; .. .ed the seme i".
."y in Argentina and ths meennq lo Madrid berw
Pre act Campora and Arab envoys has not allayed
. There is a peculiar atignmeaJ of forces 1
Including a large num-
.e some t.me yet before
"ttaation is to the Jewish fatui
ktmti Looking Westward
r"or manv centuries Jews have looked to !src:l ;c-
spiri jal uplift and as tne 25th anniversary of the new-
state approaches even mere so than ever. Ii is encouraging
to u-s in Dm diaspora to read, then, thai we here in S:- :h
Florida are the object of a serious look westward.
\ report in the Jerusalem Po3t telis us ;hat a new chain
cf N'iami Beach type hotels, suitable especially for Ortho-
dox .Tueets." is being planned :n the land of our patriarchs
and prophets. Local management has been brought to ad-
vise on how to run modem hotels eM all services and fa-
cilitios without violating traditional Jewish law. We don't
expect a chance in the prayer to "Next Year in Miami
Eeach." but it's nice to know those cl us in galut have
more to offer than we thought.
Visit An Important One
West Germany Chancellor Willy Brandts visit to
Israel in June is being looked forward to with a great deal
of interest The scheduling of a specific dale is a gooa
that relations between Israel and West Germany have im-
proved since last fall. They had been somewhat strained
since the Olympic Games massacre in Municn.
The continued support of West Germany is important
lo Israels foreign relations, pTrticvlarly i.i its effort to de-
velop a lasting peace in the Middle East. Chancellor
Brandt's visit Is, therefore, an important one at this time
WASHINGTON", DC.
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ting
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deal harder. In brief, he is the
aoeal of the United
- in the whole course of our
biltorj a#JB has not r>e>n able
m all the reasons for
hi- hard choices to the country
in full and forthright terms
This is because Ricirard \!
Nixon i- also the Drd Preeidenl
in our history to have en.
in BUteined, highly
and genuinely secret dUptomsc]
To ee what is meant, all *oa
to do is to eoasider the
em Aawrtcaa rnlitlnnehine .wth
China and the Soviet I'ntofl
TO THIS DAT, not one Amer
lean in 10.000 linimtaaill the
beak facts Bbool these relation-
ship*, hecanas the facts could
not be stated open %
The fir-- -hat the new
relationship with China, amount-
ing to an informal alliame h
squarely based on the justifnd
Chinese apprehension about a
Soviet preventive attack design
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red n rable to anyone before lord Keyaet, hf
umiid br trnuhieii sBeaf hea to put it teaether. f he
opentt-i \ Bretton Wi Hs \\h'n bBSsia "
ajaesUeeed reefer sf ihe .. -id eeeaeaq hefen the
i f the diffu-.ioii of 1 ,inn MNR 1 1
Ih.'. i> m BBtfes to replace it in piiinaiv j- \rr.n
plairti Britain tflei Werli \\ar I.
In political nl.tions iih Piis^ia and i >>r\.v Mr. x
moved \m.i,(j from eeafreatatien (' I
uoinir lelalions v.ith EarBBS BBal J .nan. he h in dan. f
asriag latertea the ether waj fi im n ie
freatatiea.
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be li Mr. Viv.n\ fa*.,,it,- RmSank eress" hetveaa a >
rul.l,. and .1 PeSaSCfBt, u.- nu> m more of His ..reol,
rtyle m the rean iBeeal ru, h Mould he ,!nuie. what
wrira aeeea in the Braiwaah realm i> m irr af U U ager
than th (onnally Ityle, hut ., flllleajM stvle wHh BBaf* edge
11 t !. BeeSBM the problem is not ho* to thaw
a BdUtarj arai but hea t.. prevaaf an eronomi. saa,
^tw.KTiiH.Kvs s#^ leaa stoaM hs osrrieJ
:'',i- WW and cor f :
",,'> ,nal r;' atther 1 tot ; ricttai
Tbeie is a pathea aaeal ereBaaaic BaBaanaaaaa, \
< Jt assac period in hbaarj when there is a 1..U
Mas ..f forces 1, Rivr i( pfilB3r> Rut |hcn |h<> lmm
aaaaasa, the p,r ls uuaVicut and dispersed. Mt of all.
the MBhfj is cormpu-d inCernaDy by power and wealth.
THIS HVPPENED TO GUEAT RRITtIN H pmH
neries And there are even sign, that M -nay b I -P-
peaiag .naida Japan ahaeb li BinstaaailBi it, own paQiH
inflation ite BaSaaaBBaa, its land speculation, its shift fro,,-.
e-.he, cmploNeM-niplo.ee relal.on as a father-son relation to a
new wage bara;rung mood ami Ha own erosion of the work Stbit
Aa I heard a prominent Japanese industrialist pot it The rind
nlows cast "
Thus I den't see the future as one in whi, h America will
be replaced by another pWer. Japan has fe* r-sources and
M too dependent on imports for what it weds. It will he
lonK before the Common Market turns into a political onion,
and rigfcl rww It is nM murh stronger than the inner social
mtfMSS of its individual members. America still has too
triUag a combination of resources, technoloes land mass.
!' a* iVf4*,,M'n, Pmr, dynamic to be written
off de*a*te H% blunders and value dWortlons.
eron;ti,"ChrO,0gy,and af^Ue,1C,' SPrcad- > ** *rf Amercan
economic emp.re that is dlsMhtag but economic empires of
xZ thLMl ^T" Ch^ fr a" Th- "3 assumption
couldke.n T WS f int"""oa' trade ..nd exchange
o? utoZi, 7 m 0n,Cr ,inH,lv '* wash >" "*
tomahc law, we need parta|!e ^^ and Jnrfoad of nva,
om,c empires we need a hlhy .version to a cnmon chaos.


Lay. May 4. 1973
+ k*isl IbrHlnr Of North Broward
Eban To Address Dinner
honoring Russell, Kronish
Page 5
Elie Wiesel, 6 Others
Get Jewish Book Awards
, Foreign Minister Abba
Jn wil l',,,m> l0 Miami B"ch
L. if i, bfl the principal speaker
the Silver Anniversary Dinner
[ th(. State of Israel The banquet
lli,. Vontaincbleau Hotel will
Lnoi ii 'her! RusselL president of
L. Greater Miami Jewish Fcd-
[at;,i .iv.d Dr. Leon Kronish,
ternational chairman of the
Jbhini. :I>in*it [OF State of Israel
linds.
ell ar.d Dr. Kronish.
bh: f rempte Beth Sholom. will
... Prime Minister's Silver
| ..> Medal at the May 16
cb will climax South
Jorida'a celebration of the 25th
of Israel's indepen
|The> lie amone 25 men in the
,, .i*ii community per-
[ tod by Prime Minister
r and Finance Minister
gnchas Saplr for the honor. It will
presi ted by Mr. Eban "in
i ) of unparalleled con
\ ona to the growth and wel-
V, t the State of Israel, for
.oadership and ceaseless
or) : the development of a
cure nil economically viable
[ :,, labor-, and
.in love for Israel
liqu n the KMUbj of Jewry."
h bai Be of Israel's outstand
|^ stal men an I public figure-.
. i ,i cloael] with Ku.-seii
I" fx. >ni-f. m various effort*
by the two men in behalf of the
Jewish nation.
Mr. RmmII is World Chairman
I of Housing for tha Jewish Agency
for Israel, and one of 11 Anier
| icans on the executive committee
of the internalional body which
; aids Israel's ab-orpiion of new
immigrants and provision of
' health, educational and welfare
services to the entire population.
He also is on the board of go\er
nors of Tel Aviv University.
Dr Kronish is assoriate general
chairman of the 1973 (.'ombin-d
Jewish Appeal Israt 1 Emergency
Fund campaign of Federation, na-
tional chairman of the board of
the Israel Hietadrut Foundation
ind former Greater Miami chair
man for Israel Bonds He is co-
hairman of the Joint Commission
n [artel of the Central Confer
.nee of American Rabbis and the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
ii [ations.
Foreign Minister Eban, former
president of the Wei/mam Insti-
tute of Science in Israel, joined the
Jewish Agency in 1946. became
Israel's ambassador to both the
United States and the United Na
ions in the early years of the
nations existence.
He returned to Israel in 1959.
lervfng a- ivputy Prime Minister
and as Minister of Education be-
f ire succeeding Mrs. Golda Meir
11 Foreign Minister in 1966.
He is the author of many books,
inc tiding several bell sellers on
the birth and growth of Israel, is a
graduate with high honors of
Cambridge University in London
and is a South African by birth.
Reservations for the dinner may
be made al the Israel Bonds office.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Seven authors
' of books of Jewish interest pub-
ihetl during 1972 have been de-
clared winners of awards to be
presented by the Jewish Book
Council of the National Jewish
Welfare Board at its annual meet
in* which will be held at the Park
Uenue Synagogue in New York,
May 0.
The literary awards are given
for outstanding works in the fields
of Jewish history, the Nazi Holo-
caust, Jewish thought, fiction, Yid
dj b poetry and children's books
F.lie Wiesel. author of Souls on
Fire, and Dr. Samuel Sandme!.
author of Two Living Traditions:
Essays on Religion and the Bible
will receive the Frank and Ethel
S Cohen Awards in the field of
Jewish thought.
Bernard H. Marks Award far
lewish history will be presented
to Dr. Arthur J. Zuekerman, au'.hoi
f A Jewish Princedom in Feudal
Fiance. 768 CW.
Leon J.ilson Award for a book
on the Na'i Holocaust ha, be :i
won by Dr. Aaron Zeitlin. author
of Veiterdikc Lkter 1 im Hurbaa
In l.ider Fun (;Ioib Korlshaks Lettze tiaug Men
Peemi 'd the Hoteeausi andPoemn
of Faith and Vanish Kortshak's
Last Walk).
Robert KotlowltZ, author of
S winner of V.\e William and Janice
Emtcin Award in the lield of Jew-
ish fiction.
For her book. The Upstairs
Room. Mrs. Johanna Rei-^ will
receive the Charles and Bertie G.
Schwartz Award in the category of
Jewish juveniles.
in the fieid of Yiddish poetry.
Ml r Sticker, author tt Yidishe
I ladflhafl (Jewish Landscai i,
receive the Harr) and Flor-
enei Koi n- r Memorial Award.
Bach award carries with it a
SMO prize and a citation
1,000 Hear Reid
'lea For Jewry
It Histadrut Fete
N M YORK IJTA) Rep
\ R, Reld f New Y irk
I 2.0 0 guests at the 41st
j,, tax t r Third Seder,
pWh> i this year different from
Vll the other ears'.'" and an
lv thai "as Poaaover cele-
lus of Jews from
Pi ,, wa og in our
Dwn .i n exodus of J< I
rom ih< Soviet L'osoi Yet, m inj
h i till rant 11 l i' t
i. and I say that we
n.u- not reel Russian Jews
have th n itit ha leave the coun-
1> j and go to I wnel."
mi i I ted States i
h is* I to lar U 1 hailed
,' te on its 85th am
y iring thai Israel "must
, i, mat rials I
i isif Tins means mlli-
\ men) tl is means
i |o ment, this means
all th< b ill ensure
|. I "Wth and her
\. i ia L Sol anon, chairman
'. the Greater Y< rh Hista-
rut I which sponsored
he Passover festival listed four
wntemporarj that the
Oth century has witaaaaad: the
Nation of Hiatadrut as the
pioneering vanguard of the Jew-
ish state, the uprising in the
Warsaw yhetto 30 years ago. the
rebirth <*{ the Jewish state itself
In 1S.4B. and the "crack in the
Iron Curtain" through which So-
viet Jews are beginning to
emerge.
Your matzo
never had it
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Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing.
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese. California
KS?,,e Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd.Cottage Cheesy
Pot Style Cottage Cheese. Farmer Cheese. TempJee
Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Crearr, Sweet Whipped &
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+Jefstncr*M>*r
of North troword
Friday. May 4
Don Shula To Receive
73 NJH Honor Award
IB the 1890s Denver was a boom
ing frontier town. Fortune-seeking
adventurers imaginations fired
DOM SHULA
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Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMIEL J. FOX
Why do many Jews Mtow the
tradition f eating fish on the i
Sabbath*
Quite a number of reasons have i
been offered for this custom. The
Talmud already speaks of this cus-
tom (Tractate SJubbos, 118) where
various rabbis declare that one
adds the dimension of delight to
the Sabbath by eating some fish.
One rabbi described large fish as
a delight for the Sabbath.
Some commentaries claim that
fish have a special virtue. When
the great flood came to destroy all
living things, the fish were spared
because they had not committed
a sin like other living things, such
as man and mammals.
Others claim that fish are eaten
because they were the first living
organisms to be created. The Sab-
bath is a memorial to the creation
and thus the Sabbath meal starts
off with fish.
Others claim that fish are pre-
ferred because their eyes never
close and this symbolizes the con-
stant watchfulness of the Almight*
over His creatures. There are also
those who claim that just as fish
cannot exist outside of the media
of water so is it impossible for the
Jewish people to exist without
Torah.
There are also those who try
to explain this custom by saying
that three things were blessed in
three consecutive days at the time
of creation: fish were blessed on
Thursday; man was blessed on
Friday and the Sabbath was bless-
ed on Saturday.
Fish are, therefore, eaten on the
Sabbath in the hope of again initi-
ating the series of three blessings
which they claim are indispensable
to each other. Hence, fish, man
and the Sabbath are joined as one
unit of blessing.
Others find the fish to be a sym-
bol of procreation which is a
blessing for mankind, somehow
guaranteeing that man will not be-
come extinct. There are many
more reasons offered for eating
fish on the Sabbath.
It can generally be said that the '
Sabbath should be celebrated by I
every means possible to show it'
to be different than other days'
of the week. Thus, both fish and
meat, which were probably not
teadily available for every day j
of the week, were always present
on the Sabbath to show that the '
Sabbath is a special day in the i
life of the Jew.
(c). t7J Jewish Telegraphic Agency)
ver was a maze of makeshift
shelters, overcrowded hospitals,
closed doors and a wasting, he.p
iess death
An aggressive young rabbi,
William S. Friedman, saw the piti-
ful situation and enlisted the sup
port of the Jewish community
across the nation to build the first
national free sanatorium for tuber
culosii the National Jewish
Hospital (NJH).
The first Florida patient was
F. E Alderman of Pensacola. who
u> hospitalized in March, 1902.
just two years and three months
after the center was dedicated.
Since then. Florida residents have
received more than 40.000 days
of care most of them free.
In recognition of the hospital'.-
Ice to the state. Miami will
hold its first dinner for National
.tal, at 7 p.m.. Men
90, in honor of Don
ead coach of t)
-. Mr. Shula will ret
. tartan hospital's 1973
ilcr.or Award in recognition of his
;' .
Idcnt of Jordan
been nan
Of the bent
ft hat tan as a 60 bed TL>
anatorium in 1899 has necomc :i
veil known center for treaimer.t
nd research of respiratorv ,
iseases. The 200 bed center has
xpanded its services to include
isthma. chronic bronchitis, cy.tic.
ibrosis. emphysema, and other
hronic respiratory diseases. A? |
oroximately half of the beds are
armarked for children.
Sam Cohen was the first
Miamian to be admitted to the
:enter. Since his hospitalization in
August. 1923. Miami and Miami
Beach patients have received more
than 10.350 days of care.
The most recent Miamian was
Bruce N. Lyon. son of Mr. and
Mrs Winfield Lyon. 1750 NE 157th
Terrace. An asthma patient, he
*as hospitalized for 13 months.
Although patient care is the
primary responsibility. NJH con-
ducts an extensive education pro
ram for professionals. Physicians,
research scientists, medical tech-
nicians and nurses from all parts
>f the nation and the world have
been trained in all aspects of
?hronic respiratory disorders and
are now in private practice or
serving in community hospitals.
A South Florida pediatric aller-
gist and a health department em-1
aloyee have participated in the j
NJH education program. Tilling
hast G. Lybass. M.D.. of West Palm
Beach, completed a two-year fei- j
owship in pediatric allergy, and
Vliss Lenore S. Lowe, coordinator j
nd field supervisor for tubercu-
osis. Dade County Health Depart-
ment, completed the post-graduate !
course in Clinical Management and
Control of Tuberculosis.
The National Jewish Hospital
and Research Center is unlike any I
other hospital in the United'
States .It is an extension of local I
medical and hospital resources
since virtually all applicants are
referred to the hospital by the'
patient's local physician or by the [
health and welfare organizations
because they have not responded
to previous treatment.
Physicians and researchers are ;
engaged in 68 projects from !
studies of aerosol medication for
asthma patients to laboratory tests
to understand the regulation of j
metabolism. Seven of the projects
are being conducted with re- ,
searchers in France. Japan, Neth-
erlands. Academy of Sciences
(Switzerland) and the World
Health Organization.
Britian Urged
To Insist On
Reparations
Human Relations Bill Introduced In
State Senate by Gordon and Firestone
LONDON (JTA) Associa
tion of Polish-born Jews in Brit-
ain urged the government to
extend full recognition to East
Germany until that regime
agrees to pay compensation to
Jewish victims of Nazism in Po-
land and elsewhere.
In a letter to the government,
the ussochtion said that enor-
mous loot was stolen by the
Nazis from Polish Jews. It cited
a letter signed by Gen. Odyl
Globocnik. Himmler's represen
tative in Poland which reported
that the Nazis collected 97.581
rams of gold coin*. 20.952
kilograms of gold wedding rings
and 20 SCO kilograms of gold
rtnga with dnmond.s
from Jea in louthern P i
in addition, tin re-
' 10 k I
fillings I teeth taken firon
.i,
I example
a due to the total
loot taken from Polish J
the letter estimated fchat East Germany
should pay at least $500 million
to discharge its moral obliga
tiom> to the victims of Nazism
TALLAHASSEE A human re-
1 laions bill to transfer human
rights enforcement from the fed-
' eral government to the state has
been introduced in the Senate by
' Sens. Jack Gordon. D-Miami Beach,
and George Firestone. D-Miami
The bill would take advantage
of federal legislation which pro-
vides for deferring human rights
Jacques OLtndcI. pa
:.; Maine D's in
Groatei M and one of the
aiea's best-known catering di-
rectors and hosts, ha.- been ap-
pointed managing director of
Camelot Hall in Lauderhill.
enforcement to states which ru
sufficient enforcement IgpfuZ
"We feel it's time Florida i
sumed responsibilitv for the Cj,
rights of all citizen,, ar-j thj51
is a positive step in that -Jirecti]
Sen. Gordon said. "Inequities i
housing, employment cducaj
and other areas have stifled state's human resources and \\
man dignity.'* lie added.
Florida's only curren: legulatjJj
in the area permits the Kate h\\
man Relations fwlHiiiiuu to
yeatlgato and report an nation problems, but does not J
vide for enforcement ...
The new measur .. mid pnyl
hibit discrimination be me ,r
race. sex. religion or Dal ,na\ ^i
gin In housing, employment L
cation, loans jury dut;
rights, and discn-rm.
'he han-lirapped in .


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>" U"istTkr klkTiri of North Broward
Page 7
French Catholic Document Histadrut Raises $400,000
On Jews Wins High Praise Duri gouth Florida Meetings
vfW YORK (JTA The aerents h JawIOi mmmimiir C7
SEW YORK (JTA) The
French Roman Catholic docu-
ment on ChristianJewish rela-
tions issued last week was
praised by Dr. Gerhart Riegner,
Geneva. Secretary-General of the '
World Jewish Congress, as go-
ing beyond the 1965 Vatican II
, itemeat on Jews.
Dr. Riegner said that the
French Episcopate declaration
for the first time rejects the
still remaining anti-Semitic
teachings of the Church which
they label as "pseudo-theology."
accepts the permanency of the
Jewish people and its spiritual ,
message, as well as its right to I
a political existence" of its own.
He said the document, titled
"Pastoral Orientations on the
Judaism," issued April 16 on the
e\e of the Jewish observance
of Passover, -should become a
milestone bi Catholic Jewish re-
lation* and serve as a mod.'l
guideline for similar proiioume
menu i national Episcopate*."
The French itatemei
ii Rlegner, "does not
ng the spiritual links m
i inity and Ju
i | eli storicnl soun es, I ul
Altitude of Christians reward
accepts the Jewish community
as a living reality from whet*
spiritual message Christians still
today can benefit."
Dr. Ricgner. who brought to-
gether current on goin<; working
communications with the Vati-
can and the World Council of
Churches through the Inter-
national Jewish Committee on
Inter religious Consultations,
viewed the French document as
dramatizing "considerable pro-
gress in efforts we have mad?
in dealing on the highest "cvel
with these major Christian
church bodies "
The Iniernai, ,nai Jewi-h Com
miltee consists of !!: World
Jewish Congress, the S%na?ogue
Council of America, the Amer-
ican Jewish (ommitttee. the
H'n.;i B'rith. and the Israel Jew
is!; Council for Interreligieuj
Contacts,
u iui tei bat
United Stati on I
speaking pair, briefin
leaden in variou
wide range of W orl I J
i livities
A series of meetings of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation and the
Israel Histadrut Campaign in South
Florida in advance of and during
the Passover holiday netted the
organization more than $400,000.
Announcement of the success-
ful functions was made by Moe
Levin, chairman of the board of
the Israel Histadrut Council of
South Florida and a national vice
president of the Histadrut Foun
dation.
south Broward Jewry responded
to the National Spring Conference
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion with some $350,000 towards
the Histadrut Mortgage Fund
through 8.5 per cent Histadrut
Annuity Trusts.
Proceeds will be used to pro-
vide low cost housing for veterans
of the Israel armed forces and
young married couples In the Jew-
ish state. Keynote speaker at the
trc h Id al the new Holi laj
Inn of H u Am
las ad t Jacob Bai more
... more, a i bi lemb r
if Israel's ; >n to
the i nib I Nations, defended Is-
it irj -uike into !- ba-
tui m ,i from th i
it meeting to participate in
the lengthy IV debate on the
Beirut raid.
Sam Shulsky. the syndicated fi-
nancial columnist, and Dr. Sol
Stein of New York, president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
shared the platform with Ambas-
sador Barmore.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national
chairman of the board of the Is
rael Histadrut Foundation, pre-
sided at the conference which was
termed an "overwhelming success"
by Mr. Levin. *s coordinated
by Ben Zion Steinberg, regional
director, and Gerald Schwartz,
pubiic relations counsel, for the
Foundation.
Another SiiO.OOO was produced
by the communitywide traditional
Third Seder celebration honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feinstein of
Miami Beach. Jacob Rifkin was
chairman and Mr. Levin was toast-
master.
Bernard B. Jacobson, acting
executive vice president of the
National Committee for Labor Is-
rael, was the keynote speaker at
the Third Seder, together witn Dr.
Kronish. Mr. Jacobson said South
Florida is playing a key role in
the nationwide effort to raise $5
million for the Israel Histadrut
Campaign in 1973.
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Frecport Synagogue
Construction Begun
- I v. :i. f-loafM r-cc^v in
I ran I Bahamas, in pi
for I "i 'he
I .;m !i these islands.
1 on "I aha facility,
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The occasion, he taid, wa
m lead a bappj one for the con-
tioi isl oi vhora have I
hi the effort to mak
m becomi i ality.
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JFS Schedules 11th
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ts offered by this
More than 000 Individ
torn by ion-
bewildered by the behavior
ui I i ng the pressurat
in n world changing
; Lai lards, have so i
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Mrs Richard Leben, Dr
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tddiUonel nominations tor maan
. ihip 'ii the board ma) be ma k
lubmitting a petition and filing
kth the chairman of th" doom-
n gnanmifltT. James Fox Mil
in care of Jewiah Family Serv-
CC !<** Harrison St. UMlywood.
.i w -k prior to the meetio
The annual meeting la open to
the total community. Reservations
be man* by calling the ass*
office.
Jewish Family Service of Brow-
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What do doctors
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liever physicians and dentists clis-
pensa again and again: Anaetn
Ea< Ii year, doctor-* give out over
60.(100,000 Anacin tablets for
or rv thing from toothache and
). a (ache pain t the minor pains
of arthritia. And million* take
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hi* ov.ii office. Take Anacm.
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The Jewish Calendar
5733
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Mayer Robert W. Boughman of the city of Margate (right)
is shown presenting a proclamation in honor of Israel's 25th
anniversary to Nat Bodner, a member of the North Broward
Jewish Federation's Israel 25 Committee.
Decathlon Handicap First Of 31 Colder Stakes Events
James L. Adams' Dot nan and Tar-
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of stakes winners that have been
nominated to Monday's inaugural
running of the $10,000 added De-
cathlon Handicap, first of 31 im-
portant stakes events to be con-
tested at Calder Race Course for
the season of 1973. The Decathlon
Handicap honor* one of racing's
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i.ni.iniU wide celebration Fort Lagderdale High Si
7 p.m.
MONDAY, MAY 7
, Sisterhood board meeting -
n I 8DAY, M\Y 8
iidenlalo B'nai B'rith Women board meeting
I-uidcrdale B'nai B'rith Men meeting
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WEDNESDAY, MAI I
Kiel i alversitj wobmo'i eommittee a.m. study
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Racine secretary Gary Smith hai
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and holidays with all afternoons
of racing getting underway at 1:30
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These are bound to be prime
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the housetops in the new era
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D4TEMNE ISRAEL
By CARL AIPER7
Local Movie Studios Keep On Trying


RECALL THE DEEP EMOTION with which many
' yean ago Krected Palestine's first really pro-
(eaiOBSl film. It was a documentary entitled "Tent
"'ty." and it provided a slimmer
| of what could be done in the field
if film production in the Jewish
homeland.
Israel's movie industry has pro-
gressed a long way since then, but
| the great promise of a Hollywood-
in Ureel has not yet been realized.
I Vot for lack of trying, it should
be added, for a score or more full
length pictures are now completed every year MoM
of them arc never seen overseas, and for that Israel
should be grateful.
Topol's portrayal of the lovable Sallah" had
enormous success, and dozens of producers, director*
.mil actors were encouraged to try for another Mini
lar hit They have been helped by the film promotion
irtmenl of the Ministry of Commerce and In
dustry, which is prepared to put up cash for any pic-
ture which has even a slight chance of success,
DOOM of the production! ha\e been so di
cfull) bad that even lol ran! Tel Aviv audiences
Book Bgjgg Seymour B I i>hman
The Kme Of Defeat
Till i Hi: OF DEFEAT bj David Pi
v w In i mi, $5.95) ha the mati an
1 Its alms For this r
, hi. i! >v mi i it ins. It I ii "' "'
the -' 'i I of th< trail
md ^ woal I figures on
the VYet I '''''' the '
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I n ade icvei Is to 1 i previoc
of the pe mle who n h Int. ..... and
. ,thj for the p yen dog? of Knb Maul tins He
. pri vioui aceounl i \982)
Idle East ind covered 'he Sis Das War His
ikmi perceptivi p of the faces" ol
\ ,i || l mi th o im ctl with the ter
I ne manlpulatioi re to Ai ib loners
re toM In order thai !.....<] '
nd ip aave I : '""'
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1917 ; | collapse ol
N be. |18 The. reversal of PnJ"
pnliticel control to mlliurj expedienc) irodet the lead
I idendorf rWodenben is < mentioned' u
mined and i veal, d
must compare the German High Comami wHh
own PenttgDn end recall Dwigbt Bsenhwers dir.
warning 11 beware the sjjewachmeiH of toe military csud
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Volume l af th. ad covered >"" P
from 174. .o UM Volume I had as its them- me ret)
iionshipa between the European powers and to* f-MJJ~
I bj Bismarck and whoes Impreas ssJll rests upon tne
Qermaa people This relunw covered the yean is.w iqm
Ii" third volume treats of to- traja*J of World War 1
and the period from 1914 to 1917.
could not endure them more than a week or two.
A recent vex and violence drama named "Tamar
V ife of Er." based on a story in Genesis, was greeted
by the critics with such comments as Recommend
it to your worst enemy."
A long time production, it nevertheless folded up
immediately. There have been some nood pictures.
An Israi-li (tags actor in his Brat film. Oded Kotler,
won the Best Aetet Award at Cannes in 1967 for
his role in the tender "Three Days and a Child."
Mia Almagor. one of the leading female stars in
Israel, has done several exceptionally good pictures.
She is still remembered for her role of a war widow
in "Siege." A recent good picture is "I Love You
Rosa." It is the story of a girl in Jerusalem of 50
years ago who rebels against the strict and narrow
confines of orthodox life. She was a women's libber
long before her time.
There have been few auempts at an original Is
reel musical, but the most successful was Yehoram
Geoa s full length documentary on Jerusalem.
Some years ago Israel's leading humorist. Eph-
rain Kishon, wrote and produced "Blaumilch Ca-
nal," an inspired bit of frothy nonsense. I felt over-
audiences would like the universality of its
theme idiotic bureaucracy, which is Kishoii"
faoartte target. Yet for some strange reason it was
f.led quietly away after a highly successful run in
Israel.
Last week I found that Israel movie houses \vt e
offering no lets than six domestic productions simul-
taneously. "Salomonico," no great work of art. bai
touched public fancy because of its theme. The hero
is a good-natured, hardworking dock worker at
A.vhdod Port. All the honest, kindly, friendly people
in the play are Scphardim. Without maliciousness,
all the Ashkenazim shown are cold, stiff, unsocial,
lhe inevitable intermarriage between a young cou-
ple from the two communities is the excuse for lhe
inevitable marriage scene in which Sephardi and
.Vhkenazi styles of liturgy, music, dance and cele-
bration alternate with each other.
Two more pictures should be mentioned "Nei-
ther by Day nor by Night" deals gently and und- r-
standingly with problems of blindness. And "The
Great Telephone Robbery" is recorded by one
critic as "just in time to catch the title of worst
Israeli comedy of 1972."
The local studios keep trying. Perhaps some
picture in 1973 might break into the big leagues.
Cur Film Fo-fc:
Cv HERBERT G. LUFT
World Can Deckle
"J"i; FILM !' '.' will transform the screen to s
I one. more the wor I can sH in
rheth r a m in mu I f. '
ord which re ull in je i le of
i ..-.I i. ligious minorities.
While )B 7" (Wueen Bi ai
cirn
| eras at the B trbai i u fcr a
I relim rj thr e week-, f rhfl
tchss i
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i BucVin T hire Ofl i
: i i the authentic construction of a Royal
C ir( ol Justice to house the major sei net I of lhe
: ; nizatlon.
We 'alked with Tom Gries, the American di
met first in 1847 .ii the Central
C ,!-i oration ol "Will Pennj QB 7" Is go-
; ir studded cast, with Foseph Wiieman
ii Herlihej and Harriet Mills for
.,.., pau ti man lor th \ Pinewood
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it ms lhal Bril h juris] ru I >n. e < Id ncl
mass killei morallj but, since do
cou ,i prove bh cfimee, hs I to convict the accus
the cede of law The doctor goes broki
;, winnei who has lo t, end dies within Iwo yei -
AnhaN assured mm that the actual events hav.
, tod and accentujttd. but '1"' beah ra
mains the same.
git 7- Is the sixth anM Nail picture to be an
nouaeed, following 'Death ... Rome.' now com
pleted in Hals with Marcello M Iroianni and Rich
,,,, Burton it is the aceounl ol an actual massacre
of h.- Uges wWeh took piece during Worid war ii.
Carlo Ponti beads the wenture as producer.
Jews In Sports
By Haskell Cohen
Lai kin Was Appalled
Q\ SEVERAL OCCASIONS recently, it was ;
thai Americans are I to donate so-called
. lympic Memorial Centers which have not been sane-
be Israel Olympic Committee and >>r the
I Spuvtv Pederati
On lhe i f de| re for Tel ^vii :th an
A I 5 ;! basketball team representing the National Aaso>
i ol Int reollegiaU Ubieties (NA1A), I was visited
' Shm i 1 the 1972 Israel i 'I mph)
team and executive secretar of the Israel Sports Federa
lion.
During the course of our conversation, be reviewed)
the matter of everybodj and his brother here m the states
jumping in with plans and ideas for huge Olympic Me-
morials dedicated to in:- fallen 11. Ladltin who was ipeaking
Miami i1'-- '"'- i of G^n Aaron Doran, vie presi-
dent of Tel Avh University, in behalf of that institution,
was appalled when he saw S CODJ f the Jewish Floridian,
dated March 16, 'ii which a story app< ared perl lining to a
i \m\ im ,i-iiv dinner ii'irc held in Florida The
story was headed: "Olympian Memorial Center Launching
.M.- I 'Kl'
Lalkin turned to me and said, "I lust ean'l bi
i was asked to comi here in behalf of Tel Avh I'ni-
y and together with Pro! I yuval Ne'Eman, presi-
dent of Tel Avii l*ni\ersity, were to headline a dinner
for funds in behalf ol a phj i al ed iti m plant al I
.\\ iv '. n I me led that this cent. >uld
i Wcmo C b 'cause had 1 b >
so notified, 1 I those
lhe
...
\t not
i we shall erect
linly
: arith the nities In
line on their
I
fur i- orials
that tins u I '' : countr;. on behalf
i
Karpp whos izaiim inter, ited the Win-
: education school in the
Middle K.-.-t was understandnbl] disturbed over the vari-
ous publkit) stories cominj from various parts of 'he
V s concerning structures of :i physical education nature
e supposed! to h built as memorials.
Karpp pointed oul ia< these talKs onlj hurt the
campaign, which has been ongoing for IS years, in behalf
of 'he Orde Wlngatc School The school is affiliated with
Tel Avi\ University and. a.- s matter of fact, students re-
quiring a R A deer' at Wi" mLc must take their academic
I ji NN at Tel Aviv University
Lalkin declared that despite talk about Olympic een-
. i, >lng sreetnd in Israel to house future Olympic teams
and to offer practice fa liti -. the Olympic Committee of
Israel and the Soorta Prderatlon. the oniv two '''dies
authorized to supervise Olymi activitiea, will continue
to use the faciltttes of Wingate University for practice
purposes and for th" hou-inc of Israeli Olympians prior
to their departure for competition in the international
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Friday. May 4. 1973
How
would
you
handle
this?
Josef Rosov just arrived in Israel
with no money

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with no j
with no apartment
Withh


He needs your help.
His courage to declare himself a Jew in the
land of his birth was rewarded by threats,
harassment and loss of his job. His determina-
tion has brought him to Israel. He comes with
a full heartlove for his People, and the hope
of beginning of a new life in a land still
strange to him. What will you do to help him
in his struggle?
keep the promise
GIVE TO THE
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
OF THE UNITED JEWISH APPEAL
UNITED JEWISH APPEAL-
OF NORTH BROWARD
JEWISH FEDERATION
3905 N. Andrews, Ft. UKfenkU,
MfcNV
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