The Jewish Floridian of North Broward

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The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
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English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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Kissinger Airs Soviet Jewish Issue
WASHINGTON (W.VS- On the eve of Dr. Henry Kissingers de-
parture for a four-day visit with Soviet leaders in Moscow, Jewish com-
uvj-iity leaders met with rhe President's national security affairs ad-
, to discuss the Soviet Jewry issue. At the same time. Congressmen
itriivssed upon Kissinger the need for him to take up this issue during
fi -it
Max Fisher, past president of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, Richard Maast,
National Conference on Soviet
lewry chairman, and Jacob Stein
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, said after
the 40 minute meeting with Kis-
singer that they were encouraged
by bis response and "by Us as-
surance that the channel of com-
munication between the White
House and the Jewish community
of this issue will remain open."
In a powerful renewal of Con-
gressional pressure for White
House insistence on free emigra-
tion for Soviet citizens. Sen. Henry
M Jackson, D-Wash., and Repre
sentatives Wilbur Mills. D-Ark.,
and Charles Vanik. D-Ohio, assured
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wJewish Florid tin
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800 Attend 25th Anniversary Celebration
itanding roo
. r 800 persons jammed Fort
iditie High Sehosl to )oin
'.unitmuy wid ition
[trael'i 25th anniversar) span'
In the Jewish PedtrattSfl
: North Broward.
They gave a standing ovation
i the remarkable address of
Dr Herman VMS, author.
lecturer and expert on mtd-East
lira!
Dr. Voss traced the history of
Jewish peoples struggle for
homeland and pointed out
roic effort of the people of
lirael to be a haven of Jews
I in all around the world He
add thiit two million Jews have
I Mind a new life with hope and
dignity in their new homeland
i i Israel.
The audience was entertained
fa | sparkling Israeli revue and
p irticipated fully on this joyous
irds and 25th
universal y mi ils ti u< k in la-
nd especially for this occ
witc present) d to winners of the
l ed i ition i ion ored ;irt p
and essay iwardl
The program also included
cantoii.il selections by the can-
tors of participating synagogues.
All temples and member organ-
izations of the Federation par-
ticipated in the program and
were active in the planning of
the evening and selling of tickets.
Chairman Mrs. Esther Miller
highlighted tM significance of
Israel's 25ch anniversary to Jews
throughout the world.
Howard N. Miller, president
of the Federation pointed out
that this was probably the larg-
est assemblage representing all
segments of the Jewish commu-
nity in the history- of North
Broward.
Mrs. Miller la ded the i
of her committee which
such an outstanding job in pre-
paring the program and in or-
ganizing the gala evening.
Mayor Virginia Young of Fort
I.auderdale extended the city's
greeting! to those assembled.
Other dignitaries included mem-
bers of the Christian clergy and
mayors and councilmen from the
communities within the North
Broward Federation's scope.
The final event in our com-
munity's celebration will take
place Sunday when six busloads
of children from the religious
schools, joined by their advis-
ors and parents, will participate
in the huge parade in Miami
Beach. They will carry banners
signifying their representation
of the North Broward commu-
nity.
The program of the anniversary celebra-
tion included the presentation of awards
to winners of the art. poster and essay con-
tests (top photo). In center photograph, mem-
bers of the Fort Lauderdcrie and Pompano
Beach posts of the Jewish War Veterans
are presenting the colors. The Jerusalem
revue number shown below was its thrill-
ing finale.
Participants in the community-wide celebration of Israel's
25th anniversary included (top photo) Mrs. Esther Miller,
chairman of Israel's 25th anniversary committee, and her
husband, Howard, president of the Jewish Federation of
North Broward; (center) Cantors Jacob Renzer, Jerome Kle-
ment and Maurice Neu, who led the assemblage in song,
and (bottom) Dr. Carl H. Voss, who delivered the main
address.
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Friday, May 19, 19~3
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North Broward Hadassah Chapter Sends -5 T^o,-,,,
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The North Urouard chapter of
Hadavsah con^tin.: of the newh
formed Blvmj :nuo of Margate-
T-jnura. u aroup of Pomp-
ano an.I Sjbra the el ening group.
x-nl a 14 mwabcr delegation to
i Conference
at Tampa
Attend rence from
Margate were Mr and Mn Nat
B.xii r Mr and Mr- M>rn> Goldy.
Ml .:!'.-1 Mr- ':as jp.J Mn.
Ifarrj Krim-k; Attending from
0 were Mr I Hi Ralph
BBon .- the
newl) i "f 'h<'
North Br
H hn. and Mrs K,.nraim CoUtM
Mi in ton SeUi ated
Tamarac
The tbeme of the conference
The ll.-.fi I---.H Wmn of MW8 --
U bo Ska If and N '- ra >e is Go-
ing."" The three-day convention
hotfd by Tampa Hadassah as
filled with deletate discussions
and workshop participation all
The
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BUtna
in a aerie* of too*
to launch the membership
for the newly organ i/ I
Hads* LauderMM Chapter Mets
A ei en 1 mi
the I.au'lerh.; of I)eb
oral. Hospital vai held M.
immunity room of th
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* lation.
brimful of cuthuMa.m and spirit Mrs
The hizhlight of the event was
a wonderfully inspiring talk by Dr
Howard Sachar. professor of mod-
ern European and near eastern
>rj ot the George Washington
the Quad City and Tamarac arcav
wi'.I be held Tu*-day at 1 p.m in
the home of member-hip chairman
Ham Krmi^kN
1 rsity in Washington. DC H -
tht ne in conj'i.-iction with Israels
25th anniversary celebration was.
'Israel's V-.. iggle and Re
birth "
On a lishter note. Orlando Ha
Bted ita version of tht
musical. "Hair," written and di
reeled and acted by its own mem
bers
The Blvnui chapter plans to have
ral summer teas to stimulate
local membership Anyone inter
d m jfljaim the group or learn-
mc more about ita act vines may
contact .Mrs Krimsky
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c .-de Tempi. F.nanu-Kl's annual
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Euminfl at 7:30 pm Officers and
dkaetan foi imt', 74 w.ll be.
elected
ThoM- nominated are Irwin A.
Vi-iM'i : f 11 t \ue president Gerald Radii
vili second vice president: Dr '
Robert A Lcimi ii.a>urei Irwin
Fine financial BaaaTetBTJ and Mi-
JoaBBfe Schagnn. recording secre-
The directors nominated are Y.\
liott B. Barnett. Arthur Faber. Dr
Leonard Franklin. Alvin Gro
Ruth QraBB, Dr Stephen Le\ine
Howard N Miller Arthur Rudin
Lee Shtoinman. Dr Jules Silver
man. Bernard Etish. Ted Qsen
Harold Krause. Robert M Her
mann Melvin Kchner. R Jac!
Lewis. Stanley Lowen. S>1 Robin
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The aaartj elected oiticers and
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Had assail Featuring Kissinger Airs So\iel Jewish Issue
Multiple Installation
The thai chapter 04 EMlMafe's
( "Mnuing growth and expan
\oith Broward area ha*. V >l
lo penlaf new vistas by the recent
:ition of an overall chapter
(Hi poupa and*!*Ha uni'
, nee. The three groups under the
North Broward chapter of Radtt-
K (hii fraop, Blyma group
Babra grour
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Tin' newly formed North Brow
.id Chapter of HadasMih and the
three groups will be Installed bj
Ifn Leonard Wolpe. national
board member and former presi
I are Mrs Helen Shill. Mrs
Anne Segelman and Hri Jack
Vfeisner, vice preaidenU; Mrs.
George Melt-off. treasurer; Mrs
Lawrence Kanerman, financial set
Ycfar*.. Mrs. Max' Eafvifte, tone-
s-ponding secretary, and Mr- Marie
Caasel, recording secretary.
Mrs Allan Porter is the newly
elect I'd president of S.ilna group
of Madassah Other office!? art
Hri .Ion SpiHman. Mrs. George
Kranz. Mrs. F.phraim Collins and
Mrs. Eliot Sokolow. vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Sidney Eichcnbuum.
Duani mennxi .mu iviiiki pi < si -
dent of Florida region, at a des- corresponding secretary: Mrs. Mai
..it coffee" at 7 30 p.m Tuesday
in the Harris Imperial House.
Pompano Beach, according to Mrs
(Kear Sindell. installation chair
man Cantor Jacob Renzer will pr-
Knt several musical selections
\lr Kalph Cannon is president
of the newl\ formed North Bl"0W
chapter of rfadaiaati other of
- are Mrs Lilysn Glaser, Mrs
Harrj Aronson, Mrs \i.p- Mann
,ui/ and Mn Israel Resnlkoff,
presidents; Mrs Richard Sam
treasurer Mrs Milton Adler
i irding iecr< larj. Mn Rose
Wi iss i etarj
financial
lary
Mn m liner i- the m
t of the Blyma Ha
i "i the '<; ram
rei i tthei offi i rs an Mrs.
Ai Tobi i- Mrs Murray G relich.
Dave Row nzweig and Mrs
v Krimsky, vice presidents
Mr* Charles Rudir treasurer; Mi -
James Lamb, corresponding *
i Mrs Miriam Sugarma
, | md Mrs Harrj i
record n en tarj
Mn William Baxter, Mn Claire
Collins and Mn Fred Hahn "ill
constitute 'lie praesidium of the
Chai group of Hada sah other of-
colm C.innis financial secretary
Mis. Avnim Jackson, recording
M i etary. and Mrs Richard Sam
uels. treasurer
Iladassah. with a membership of
325,000 in the United States and
Puerto Rico, has earned wide re-
aped and recognition tor its out
standing programs m medical,
work, youth welfare, education and
land development In Israel, and
educational and youth activities in
the United stati-
on the American scene, the
ram and the
Vmerican affairs program, in'
which the memberehip extends its
me
reading and auxiliary hospital
i, an impact
through) tuntrj
Continued from i'age 1-
the NCSJ that there was no
in their feelings about
legislation they have introduced to
bring about relief for prospective
emigrants. In a last minute appeal
- to Dr. Kiwi tiger. Republican Sen
ate Leader Hugh Scot! pointed out
that "all that could be don ehas
rr>t been done either" by the
Nixon administration or the Soviet
leadership on the emigration issue.
This was in reference to the ac-
tivities by both the Nixon admin-
istration and the Soviet leadership
on the emigration issue. Express-
ing himeeU as "not entirely satis-
fied" with the Soviet relaxation
thus far of the education tax, Scott
sent a personal letter by special
messenger to Dr. Kissinger to dis-
close his views in writing.
In his letter, Scott warned l>r.
Kissiirjer that "the Jackson
Amendment Mill commands mi
jnrity supoort in the Senate and
I suspect in the House as well In
spite of the well publicized lifting
of the visa tax." Continuing. Scott
stated: "The only way to defuse
it in the Congress is to obviate
the need fot it, and I believe thks
can and should be done. I hope you
will make a special effort to raise
this issue."
John V Lindsay on May 1 went
on an official seven-day visit to
. the Soviet Union at the invitation
. of Mayor Vladimir Promyslov of
MOSCOW and the Moscow Cktj Coun-
, cil. Lindsay was accompanied on
his trip by Seymour Graubard, na-
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Jewry with Soviet officials and
private citizens, including mem-
ben of the Jewish eoinnuiniU"
while he is in Russia. The an-
nouncement said the mayor would
also participate in discussions of
Dubli'c administration -md common
urban problems in Moscow and
Leningrad.
Graubard said he wan invite*
to go along because he is active
in the cause of Soviet Jewry and
interested in proMeOUJ of urban
affairs Graubard -*as one of the
Jewish leaders who met with
PromyslOV when he was in New
York last February and was in-
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Friday, May 18,
1973
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The Jewish Floridiar Does Not Guarantee The KTuth
Of The Merchadiae Advertiaed In Its Columns
Put.;.!...i P
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by JOSEPH ALSOP
Tne Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
Miiiwr of tht Jewish Te'egraohrc Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndi-
cate. Worldw dc News Service. National Ed-tonal Asaociation. American As-
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Friday. May 18. 1S73
Volume 2
18 IYAR 5733
Number 15
Resolution Is Rational-To UN
The recscr.r.cr behind the latest United Nations reso-
:n eondamuaq bvael ml U.N. thinking and
thai has developed c meaning all its own since it deals
:.z: with reality but with self-defeating myths.
As c rr.err.be: etatfj Israel must conform with United
Nations rules while individual terrorists since they are
not members, are r.ot bound. That is not irrational, since
the UN. is an organize:.;r. of nations, not individuals, but
the fatal flaw is in treating the acts of terror committed by
El Fatah and Blade September as independent of the Arab
ons which rapport, harbor and honor the murderers
nnocents. The heal prod o: their involvement is that
a70 end new has no prob
'.-. :::.-. [sraoU redds and that Lebanon is taking the
e cc-.irse ir. :e:ccr.:t:cr. of the fact that Israel's reprisal
ct attacks cr. a scvereicn nation but on the terrorists
who have found a haver. t:il now in tnat country.
There axe many feelers that prevent serious peace
talks in the Middle East and one of them is the failure of
most of the United Nations members to act against those
Arab states which are legally and morally responsible for
the acts of "individual'' terror which have been perpetrated
on the world, as well as Israel, in recent years.
Anniversary A Beginning
Hillel Foundation is now celebrating its 50th anniver-
sary as a fixture on some 270 American college campuses
and its golden anniversary appears to be the beginning of
an even greater influence than ever before.
Greater support than ever is coming from organized
Jewish communities today with the realization that on the
campuses the battle for the minds and commitment of
young Jews is among the most important of our cge. The
concern over student alienation still exists but. in recent
years. Hillel has riser, to the challenge with innovative
programming thct has attracted larger numbers than ever
before.
The activity or. the University of Miami campus is a
good example of what the cooperation between a local
Federation and Hillel can accomplish. At the age of 50.
Hillel is as young and as dynamic as when B'nai B'rith
formed its first unit on the University of Illinois campus.
Example Must Be Followed
The decision of the Metropolitan Museum of Art to go
ahead with plans for a major Israeli archaeological ex-
hibit at the end of the year is an important victory for good
sense. At one point the question was raised as to the pos-
sibility of Arcb terrorists creating a problem and doub
was expressed as to whether the famous museum would
carry through the project.
As both Mayor Teddy Kdllek of Jerusalem and Mayor
John Lindsay of New York told the Metropolitan Museum
authorities, there would be no end to threats and intimida-
tion if the museum retreated from its original invitation The
two political figures were well aware of the implications in
bowing to terror, for such fears spread to other events and
activities. The example of Israel in standing firmly against
the terrorists is one which must be followed by all nations
if we are ever to bring mis condition to a close.
WASHINGTON". DC. Any
one can see the President can-
not hop? to come out of the
Watergate horror smelling like
a rose. But after the events of
Monday, a bet is here offered
that the President will NOT be
smelling like a skunk cabbage,
either
NO DOUBT this will disap-
point a few The bet is also con-
ditional on substantiation of a
recent far too little noticed sum-
mation of the Watergate evi-
dence by Jack Anderson, that
! feriodoui investigator-reporter
Anderson has certainly shown
11 signs of a BOA spot for Rich-
ard M Nixon He has further
seemed to have complete access
rand jury testimony in
case With this
. he wrote the
da)
President Nixon had no
vanee knowledge of the W
gate break-in and b
WHEN THE Wal
iroken by The W.
il must I
tbed the President U much
u> II as) 11 I no -' other pco-
ple It wai tn- n ne II
would be carrying faith in hu-
man nature too far to
the candidate President did not
then want Ma wbordinatea to
tidy the mess into obscurity as
far a- this **aa No
candi late-President of I
1

;i. Prea
nu k er of the
kind of sh-K-kini; coverup 1
ures that were taken bj
closest to him.
including former Atty. lien John
Mitchell
JUDGING by all the known
evidence, the President was per-
sistently, flagrantly and arro-
gantly lied to about this matter
by a whole series of men to
whom he had given total confi
dence.
The depth of Tits resentment
can be seen in the way he dealt
with John Mitchell after the real
Watergate story began to emerge
before the grand jury
When Mitchell was called to
the White House April 15. he
was not allowed to see the Presi-
dent He was given the dire new 1
by a man he hates. John Ehrhch-
man This is not the way any
President handles a man who
has been his closest intimate un-
less catastrophic loss of faith
Mm already occurred.
SITH. THEN, are the
tive ba>es on which one may
judge the ultimate political ef-
fects of the Watergati
Two aspects of the horror
bound to hurt the President per-
manently, although far from fa-
tally He cannot get rid of the
responsibility for hiring and
trusting the people responsible
for the horror He also waited
far too long to make the clean
cut that was obviously necosary ;
and in this waiting period, the
horror was made even more
horrible
THERE IS also the posMbil-
ity that one of the men so
wrongly trusted by the President
will now turn upon him and will
seek to implicate him from mo-
tives of revenge Every last one
of them was looking forward to
the most glittering rewards in
private life
Now. however that delightful
prospect has paled and vanished
Eor some the outlook is el
hideously dark, since actual
crimes have undoubtedly been
committed
1-OOklNG over the lineup,
however, there is only one nan I
who seems to need watching On
the basis of the known
John Dean III ought to ha\e
been disbarred before he became :
the President's counsel He
strikes one as the kind of man
who might get nasty, even by-
seeking to implicate the Presi-
dent
But Dean will not do this, if
he has a decent lawyer of his
own. And Dean will not matter
I
much, anyway, if Jack Ander-
son's version of what happened
is generally sustained by other
evidence.
THESE ARE the reasons, fi
nally. that the President should
finally emerge from the Water-
gate horror without smelling like
shunk cabbage.
This means, of course, that al-
though he may be awuewhsl
damage.i. he will still be a rela-
tively intact President, with inors
than enough political authority
to discharge the dreadful re
sponsibiiities that the modern
presidency imposes.
BARRING the most pax-
Nixon-haters a minonn .,(,
at best this is the fin.
come that most people
country have been hop,,
Almost all Americans heva
enough comni >n nose
the t. rrihk danger of goin
a period of many riafa
- r.th at home and a 1
lent who h.i
politically crippled
H. M I President Nixon
< rI 111 !- jTlO ?
Max Lerner
Sees ft
I.i >ND< N Britain is me, but a I
dging ii
thi
Ha Ion also thought he wj Britain in)
Market Mi
! |
shrewdly
kel
indt ;.. Ui
tness ears that '
" n thing of th.
I n Ell ;'

the Labor P
in tl lisafl :. i m 1 1
IT U(U I!) BE RAID to fil : ismatic figu
hVath H< rV feat, and is p.
trian in his talk Born of work' h. studied Bfessfc
Oxford, did Ma stint m tne arm) u House of Coma
served ai uaiatant whip for th.- Tories, bad the good luck I
puked for the job of negotiating British entry into the Con.
Mjrk'' ''v''- bj Ds GtuUe'i perverse political bomi.
and it made his reputation.
M "' l Clogged persistence in the face of odds. Wh.
De Gaulk .-. i British entry, ever/one naJd Heath was Badi
bul his persistence has carried him through and Britain.
He haa no political sei appeal and is n<* even married Ir
London evening papera he has to find other children than his own
when he first tried f minister, even
having m. per*
i,lr oric z
u Mrid bV
Bj -
est-known tai
Uh I minded ill
roual) rn<
UNLIKE .MERH \N PRESIDENTS has no Henn K-
\ Labor p
to draw on a
ofintel
,;",h, d h.m -W,l
I Of state for Northern Ireland. Robert I
lord farnn.
;""!"' U Dougta. Home,,, the!
S?? /';" I ChMCOll, Kxchcw,.!
U..lkerinT,,de,n,Ml,us,r>..Iar:. | leader of the Ho
They hay their bumbUng moments hut ,, .,, the usual c.
;' bumbling group What ., means is that
.':'.'; '- "H bistork !.ra;ndra,n in the unm
' tin 1 abor Part)
{he "''" "MMI Ihonlaglcal fervor for mak
b> Pnret, market mcent.ves. Ml<
"" PrsetictJ prue.ndmcomes peak:
i I'/ e.er LUO.
-......rste Pitch ,0 eaee the mm
" lielap,. Mu-v has been neir
'"'" -d ""M.loMnen. ,s that baa paa^d its
; '"' '"" d on Nation that i, hW'
.....' u"- ",..,,,, and Holland.
' *he Heath image can cl.un its I
v^U V"1 l"' "l,h ,h-m. "d *H the unions,
are h, in ^ ,h<> "* Industrial-Relations A I
em,,n TC"nK **** Th- "* DWi *V. h the bi-
Ilau A I n S""" *** "Sill m regaining its
ab m n TZZ? "" ^ mm elections. prb-
Bu Hea h SS e'"Cl,0ns '" ,hf oi ,974'
lm* a new ^ "**+* and norrwerth identity, he
' W* nf as of the Europe^ comrounity.


m. May 18. 1973
*J*iti fkrkttair) Of North Browar
CURIOUS FOOTNOTE TO ISRAELS HISTORY
'Received. One Palestine' Complete
rbratinj! Israel's 25th
one is inclined to r-
| ries from the past
was called Palestine
at one of the many il-
et 111 the new 16 vol-
.pacdia Judaica (Keter.
iJ, r. ,.., two unique, hardly
f itMBta relating to the
rbtO, after the end of
I Palestine was turned
;- military' commander.
Sir l/ouis Boh. to th
' ii Commissioner, Sir
SantueL
Samuel had made no
.irations for the cere
irinj which the government
..,- turOOd over to him
therefore, more than siir
n Gen Bob, well trained
. rids of roiUtan
said to him: "You will
. ,,;[ of eownt.'
.ins-ioner thought
km* wee lotting
, the requeet with
wai military authority
joui In foct, lien Boll
repered .> document,
in the Encyclopaedia
the stationery f H
. Occupied Bnemj
iinistration (South). Jeru
. .;,.; ii. 1930 which
led over to Sir Herbert
me Palestine o mpli
. ligned: L. J :
eral.
Vnti-Zionisl
Articles In
lewish Paper
ONDON (JTA) The April
"Sovietish Hcimland."
Soviet Union's official Jewish
eel, contains verbatim anti
material that has appeared
. ..rlv in some Soviet publica
One article stated that.
the social chauvinists.
. heirs and successors of the
unite with the Zionists in an
exploit the prejudices of
11 pit still imbued with nation
. -:i: In all countries, they are
, to strengthen the de\otion
Zionism and the hatred of other
[
The ar'icle claimed that "Zion-
[ ... also interested In foett
Semititm n that the Ji
inclined to go to Israel.
I nonaries of all types
Miited on one lane:
fhr world must be eonviiurd
the leisi of the So\ict I'nion
being discriminated against,
that Russian anti-Semitism re-
mains unchanged, and the only
^\ for Soviet Jews is to go to
Israel. The Zionists are usually in
learue with open enemies of the
lews," the article said.
The 30th Anniversary of the
Warsaw (ihetto revolt was noted
bj Sovietish Hcimland" with ex-
cerpta from the writings of Itzik
Tfeffer. Peretz Markish. and
Shmuel Balkan. The first two were
uted during the Stalin period,
the third was exiled to Siberia,
returned a broken man and died
toon afterwards.
Samuel immediately signed the
corresponding receipt. It reads:
Received from Maj, Gen. Sir I-ouis
Bols one Palestine, complete." He
added, however, tongue in cheek,
the initials "E. & O. K." which
commercial people employ to indi
at*>Aiia
cate "errors and omissions exe
epted."
The two documents surely are
among the most curious and mos'.
priceless associated with the his-
torj of Palestine which was des-
tined to become the "pre-historv" I
of Israel y3
cy**c
r\
/e A *l
B'nai B'rith Lodge
Installation Dinner
Fort Lauderdaie's B'nai B'rith
Lodge 1438 will install its officers
and board membera Sunday, Maj
27, following dinner at 7 pin in
the Reef Restaurant, 2700 S An
draws Ave,
Malcolm M Promberg, Qrst vice
president of the South Florida
State Association of B'nai B'rith
and past president of the South
Florida Council, will be the install-
ing officer.
it igera and Jerry Sherman, vice
presidents; Jack Klaimitz. to
urcr; Ily Silman. corresponding
secretary; Joshus Chodrow, finan-
cial secretary; Paul Epstein, re
cording secretary; Joseph Born
n, warden; Gil J MalUnger and
Mannj reich, guardians, and Harry
Mills, chaplain.
Chairman of the evening \wl! be
Col i ill Cohen, executive director
oi Fin'. la lod
XV 1^0
/>7
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MIMI
'iiiiiiia
3m a
Taking the oath of office will !>< Dinner reservations maj be
Abraham J Haum. president; Alan made by contacting .Kuk Klaimitz
Dc Mar, Harrj Genin, Joseph or Joshua Chodrow.
RELIEVE
GAS PAINS
At
GERALD VOLKSWAGEN
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Community Calendar
si NDAY, MAY !0
\ avail chapter >>( B'nai B'rith familj brunch
MONDAY, BAY 21
Beth lsr.oi Sisterhood genera] meet
11 BSDAY, >l\V ll
Fort Lauderdale B'nai B'rith general meeting
Temple Emanu El Sisterhood evening group general meet-
ing
WEDNESDAY, >l \Y 23
Ahavah B'nai B'rith general meeting
THURSDAY, MAY 24
Bates, ii.ki.is-.(h
Brandeis University women's committee needlepoint
study
Chai Hadassah installation
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i 401

A wry fectnote to Israel's history. The "delivery note" pic-
tured in the Encpclopaedia Judaica 'Keter, Inc.' from Maj
Gen. Sir Louis Bols Uop^ relinquishing command of Pales-
tine in 1920 is answered (below! by Sir Herbert Samuel,
first British High Commissioner. Samuel, apparently amused
by Bols' wording and request for a receipt, wrote, "Received
from Maj. Gen. Sir Louis Bols one Palestine, complete." He
added, however, the curious initials "E. & O. E." which in
commercial parlance signifies "errors and omissions ex-
cept ed." _
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Finding New Roots
RABBI ARTHl'R J. A BRA MS tivitirs. including Jewish philan-
Trmple Eaan El. Fort I.audrrdalr tlrmptv*. --*
KmUi Akr.m,
Since so many of us have moved
here recently, we are all relatively
ewcomers to the area We left
areas which we
I probably lived
i in for many
years in order'
to migrate to
Florida It is im
portant that new
roots be estab-
lished and an ef
fort be made to
become part of
a new commu-
nity
One couple
mentioned to me
Mm other day that in their former
mkl-western community the\ wm
active in temple and tu-neral com
m unity life They were recogni2ed (
and had achic.cd Ma M an in-'
i il part of the cetabluhaWBt
there.
Here. thi-\ DMl ]>" un-
atta.-hi-d, cut off (ran wb$H wu
familiar and Such pen-
pi. m mtnj of tu ire, med to
(< nu tad and it bone in a new
sitting.
It i- imporiani (or existing Jew-
ish .! ion- to be hospitable
kml friendly to newcomers and for
Ikt m w "Oiirn" (imnagrants) to.
rite \ith one of our con
ntftona, We find thai luutll} the i
le ho ut genuinely inter-
> I in Jewish affair- arc affili-
ated with a temple and that men-
ken rapist are usnall) most
active in all Jewish communal ac
The temples which represent a
cross section of organized Jewry
in the area should have support of
the vast numbers of incoming Jew-
Wc teach children and have classes
for adults. We have the ability to
expose Jews to a Jewish experi-
ence and to Msnjp a message of
good will to our non-Jewish neigh
bors.
Roots are to be found in belong-
ing to a congregation. Our pres-
ence here will only be as healthy
and as viable as our organized
community is. You owe it to your
selves and your heritage to be a
part of a synagogue which is the
major center of Jewish learning
and acthities in this area.
sJ\iatt*r ef ^aei by,
JOSEPH ILSBP
( im't. Ir !! Pace
hi count on bein given the
t neflt of the doubt bj most
people in this country now
that he has finally made the
deep, clean cut that the Water-
gate horror always demanded
Thank God he has done so. and
praj God it producei the result
here (oi i casl Otherwise, we
shall all suffer.
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iy. May 19. 13"3
* ImHI n-triiinr of North Broward
Page 7
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPER1
Israel Ignoring Its Real Emergency
iii" RED LIMITS have begun to flash an rtrning bells to ""ins with rasped to ;i critical
I facing Israel one which has nothing to
h i'h Arabs or military seeurit)
- the problem of the cosintry'i
national water resources
h Little Israel has onlj one rivet
'X Its Bpeah "f. the Jordan, and onlv
inc body of fresh ajar, the Sea
[of Galilee, which serves as a na-
.ii reaen oir
Due to population growth, agri-
I cultural expansion and industrial
Erelopment the consumption of water has been
| '' and will toon approach the
ban tit; ilch nature plans si the coun-
I i when consumption exceeds that point,
19 simpl> that when a faucet is turned noth
| i ome out
How far off i- that critical state The experts
..' the present rats of consumption, and
Mowing foi I m rainfall, we thai] reach the
oil I n 1 181 Given a few drought years,
I res h i' .n 197(1 This >e.ir average ram
L been much less than normal \' a tune of
f.,: when I : Galilee should have been over-
We Were Saving:
By ROBERT SEGA1
boopV (Chances Good
|l NAM KM.UTS MAKE IP V Hlltlli;, in time and
ce." Nobel Prise winner Rene Cassin of Prance.
I recently The right to leave and return to ones
I '.iiitrv, perhaps, more tuan an> other
human right, highlights the basic unitj
ii mankind "
Senator "Scoop" Jackson's iron-willed
campaign to force the U.S.S.R to permit
Jeu> t,i emigrate freely or else lose
American trade privileges, puts the Cas-
doal into practice Three m even
tour members of the Senate now sup
port hi* legislative orono il anil there '-
i expectation that a majority of the House (218> will
Ihe companion proposal b) Congressman \'anik.
jnipu stated, the congressional proposition would
I incessions to the is si; as ion: si certain
Itions continue to thwart egrc i for Jews and others
Inn in of those seeking to leave Russis Is an old
I nicall) imposed "education tax.' requiring the
i i emigrant to pa) as much as $40,000 I i com
(or his schooling by the state has income an
| ell-nigh insurmountable hardship
riff concessions will be granted the is si; ii
rh emigration roadblockj arc not taken down
ion ha- said And the chances are good that
a in his uphill battle He has pointed out that he
h\ among senators with advocac] to promote trade
L'.S.S.B once the diplomatic thav. set in But
i the Bast West trade channels kept open onh if
inors tin signature il applied t" Article IS, p
of the l nivi raal De i ol Human Rights
,,,,.. | (he right to i country.
his to return t his c tunrrj "
us ultimatum thus "I be
i i use oui vast economii power to
j | thousands ol Individuals
I en willing t.. stand up and fight for
i I .mi proud that |1,1M
[hem o ir freed
as the projected visit to Washin iws nearer
I'M Brezhnei the Soviet Communist Partj leadei
| il the Kremlin is having second and I
it the harsh exit tea Bemi Jews who ap
manj months ago arc now getting permission t
\d Victor Louis, the Russian journalist who often
(il baloons as liaison man between Moscow and
us iicentK laoartnd Hud Soviet authorities maj
(itsh the m education tax dreamed up
fcmlin nightmare last August
|e ranks o( emigres continue to swell, this often
id sxodus v. I owe a part of its ultimate triui
t lean IsnBWMUWrs who cherish freedom for others
\i for the;
in its banks, the water level dropped six feet
SO that enormous land areas, previously under
water. lay dry and exposed. What will happen when
the hot drj summer comae?
For the first time the authorities have becun
to think in terms of water rationing Inevitably
this must affect the country's food production, its
ability to absorb immigration, and its industrial
production for export.
There are ways of postponing the day of reck
oning. One is to institute a great national water
Saving program Another is to reuttlize waste waters
The World Bank has already granted a S30 million
loan for sewage reclamation plants, but the job
Book Review
SEYMOUR B. UEBMAN
A Jesuit's Views
On The Tanaeh
yilK IHKKSIIJM. FLOOR by John F X Sheehan.
s .1. is ,i Catholic's mcw of the Pentateuch and
other Hebrew books A spirit of liberal and Intel-
Hgbie Catholicism pervades th<
bo >k It is in the spirit of a Popi
John XXIII and a Cardinal Bea
it is a spirit that Billy Graham
should emulate.
Father Sheehan, who teaches at
Marquette University wrote this
hook to help his students under-
stand the Bible His comments
range from BcodUS and Deutcron
my to the Books of Samuel. Ruth. Jewish concepts
ol Massianism, social justice and divine tenderness
I Ii,' key to Ins success js a teacher is that he makes
all passages relevant to modern life and events
Man) lews could profit from his discussion of re-
presentation" in the Hafgadah and the importance of
tradition in Judaism He clarifies for the non-Jew
vh\ th.- iiaggadah leawrts that "QasJ brought cs
out ol Egypt" and how the account makes people
feel that we were there and we were delivered
Ihe title of the twmk is taken from the story
thai the temple was built on the thrcshin- floor
ilia' David bought from the Jebusite Aratinah
Father Sheahaa beHeves that the lenders of the
Hebrews made a felicitous choice in preserving "re-
ligious history" tace they combined m it Insights
into the sacredneas of the human and great reli-
gious insights which form the core of the Jewish
cultural framework.
Although he constanth uses 'Old Testament"
and New Testament," he argues against the belief
0| many Christians that the former is a promise and
Hie latter the ralfllhneut. He also comments that
Pharisaism i- a reUgiOUB tradition of ancient
beauts and deep religlOUS insight He States that
Chi.-ti.ms cannot understand that beauty "because
, the perspective ol the New Testament How
evei he does make -ome slightly caustic comments
on s. ot the Pharisees at the time of Jesus and
he faiK to stale that .lesiis must h.ne been a 1'hai
I,,, piay, d.wn the belief of man] Chr.st.ans
,h i,| Jesus confounded the temple elders
ak from Judaiam and the profa
!,s ol the earl) church in seeking its own id,,,
, ,.,, m,nj dI the myths am. legends
now t.m M oaper were then ereatad
Han, .iew> will profit from reading of the
h,, because of the practice ol thess laws
Iw- had tosegrega '""' "**?
Sirnv eatme and d,.....te- JJ*
rit) Pious Jaws ^ >
socially ith Pious .lews and this did
^puritj ot.leuisl, rehgn.us .uVntH II
.;.: /"a, none ceu. I ha- c ested a better method
In this dav of eeumemcism and with the output
0I books by enlightened Christian theologicians and
,, ,, | ,s provinu the mm historical errors in the
Christian gospels, and Hun the antiJewish r
ences in them wee politically motivated I
the Romans il la e^maying to see William Go
V Rook of Jesus (Doubleday & Co **) pub-
lished To label il as i swrce for anti-Semitism, is
to put it mildly II I- i book that should be con-
,,! from all Christian pulpita by those -who be
lieve in truth ami the brotherhood of man and who
Condemn the decide irge leveled against Jewry
that has to be done will cost Israel $120 million
The only real solution, it appears, is to hasten
the day when desalination processes ma) transform
the sea into potable water, at low cost
A few Jeremiahs are Hashing those lights and
ringing those bells, but the reaction, both in govern-
meirl and on the part of the public is almost
Someone Is needed to W) OUt "Gevolt" in 3
piercing voice Hera is a danger which is greater
Hum that posed by th. Arabs.
How can Israel go on calmly with business as
usual, spending large sums of money for show
exercises which are remote Horn the immediate
i, of the country? why are large amounts of
public funds budgeted for such subjects as study
of medieval history or Sanskrit literature or i
phj or law. a- well as for the expenses of
Political parties (from the government treasury).
. tim when all available money should be eon-
,,,.,, on the technological efforts v. con
nature, desalt the sea, and assure our survival.
One Jonathan Hantke. is a letter to th. I
of Haaretz." expresses amazement at the apathj
Wearecalml) committing national aulcide. he ci -
0bvi0USlv, the Arab, need not be in an> hum-.
h:u,onh to wait until the day. not too many
, hence. when we -urn that tap and nothing
,. n-s out but air.
Panorama
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Shaniesh Has Hard Work
,, ... ; ,... ,h i.'.-r. ipl l< Aaeneri
VUt H VVK S.:KN HIM when you pass the .na^m
T ^ mornlng. when you go to work on week man who stands in front of the syiuuMue.
It may be freezing, but he usually
|has no overcoat on why doesn't he go
nside and keep warm?
And whs d les he eye you like that.
s he a beggar, or maybe a holdup man!
But i.e doesn'J seem vicious. There is
tomething on his mind
'f you know your tribeles. as the) say
I Yiddish, you know the answer He is
the shamesh, the sexton He needs may-
be one or two more people to complete the nunyan and
;, looks at irven p,.,> to decide whether to stop Mm.
,,.. ean't stop and ask a Presbyterian to mm the minyan.
. be especialU .ware of Greeks and Italians.
Evi if he knows the person is a w, he has a decision to
make Is he the type ol Jew 01 xpect to be w
elp make the minyan? Some Jews, he i dont
what a minyan is Somi pi bablj think a nunyan is
I of home appliance
i are 10 peopli '!l" : ''
cannot start II is written "when people
together the Holj spun rests among them God will
i but effective praying requii
ouorum ol in.
!:u minya i is a social exercise, In a minyan all peo-
ple are equal The rabbi, the millionaire, counts no more
. rhere must be W men Status la of no
e is the story Of the Hassidic rabbi who bad
,, minyan to pray for the health of -. man who
ired to be dying
Do you know." said one Jew to the rahbi. 'that
of that minyan an known to be thlei
G i the rabbi, -when we are praying m such
, ..,-, .- tin- to open the doors of mercy, we need
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Friday Mq
The problems of poverty, education,
youth, and the aged are very real to us
when we see them in our own communi-
ties. We must answer this call for help.
But for us there can be no
geographical boundaries
when it comes to a fellow
Jew in need. We must also
respond to the call of the
new immigrants to Israel
. those courageous, de-
termined Jews who are re-
moved from us only by
distance.
70,000 immigrants will
come to Israel this year. Many have giver.
up everything for the opportunity to live
as Jews among their brethren. Their needs
for housing, education, health care and
job retraining are our re-
sponsibility. A responsi-
bility we accept proudly.
A tribute to the heritage
we, as Jews, claim as our
own.
Once For Your
Community
We keep the promise
when we help build Jew-
ish lives here at home ..
and in Israel... wherever
a Jew is in need.
Once For The
People Of Israel
keep
promise

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