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The Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 22, 1971)-v. 3, no. 6 (Mar. 22, 1974).
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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.
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Vol. 2, no. 1 omitted in numbering of issues and was not published.
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wJewisti Florid tin
Volume 2 Number 25
of \OIU II UilOWARD
October 19, 19"3
Price 20 cent!
No. Broward Organizes To Aid Israel During Crisis
The North Broward Jewish com-
munity, a latent sleeping giant,
has awakened and burst forth with
feverish activity on behalf ot the
rod State of larael.
Hundreds of volunteers living
in every corner of North Broward
Countyfrom Plantation to I
i Beach and from the ocean
to Coral Springs have organized
building, by condominium, by
house to house, to help in this
: gency.
An outpouring for l>oth the Is-
rael Emergency Fund and State
me] bond- in the first three
- of the war had raised in
excess of si.ooo.ooo.
The Federation has acted to help
coordinate the many efforts thai
have been going on to help fa
Howard N Miller, president, and
Ah in S. Gross, chairman Of the
Emergency Drive, expressed their
gratification with the response,
The* urged every Jew in the com
munity to come forth and If
counted.
Contributions may be sent to
the Israel Emergency Fund at the purchased at every temple in the
Jewish Federation office, 3905 N. community
Andnw- .We. Bondi nuiy be Federation ofl
Young Leadership Group's
Program Features Chesnoff
HOWARD MILLtR
President,
Jewish federation of Worth Broward
ALVIH GROSS
General Chairman,
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un ln< isivi and brilliant talk al
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By Special Report
The second week of the Israel -Arab war opened
Sunday with Jordan and Saudi Arabia joining the
struggle in an obvious effort to shore up the
mated Syrians and to stop the Israeli march on Da-
mascus.
King HustS n what is reputed to be 'about
10 per cent" of his best troops to Syria in a ciear move
t) avoid a direct confrontation with Israel to his m -si
on a third front.
AND THE Saudi intervention came after a Ie
i-mg fc_u.l-o President Nixon in Wssri
.hich Faisal was reported to have warned the Presi-
dent that U.S. moves to resupply Israeli losses in wai
materiel wi ild me ion ,0 P1-'
bargo on i weU as totem*
v>;th tbe addit Arabia and Jordan
the juggernaut facin | Israel, and with the earlier Iraqi
march into Syria was
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columns of its troops and armor
into deep penetration* of Israel
held Sinai territory, but Israel
said that the Egyptian attack was
beaten back with th<> loss of some
200 Egyptian tanks and 1.000
Egyptians,
At the same time, Israel said
that iis for theix
- drive into Syria, up to
of Sasa about 21 miles
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Higli Israel War Casualties are Reported;
Toj
p Tank Commander Among the Dead
By Special Report
Israel made its first announce-
ment of casualties Sunday. It
said that 656 soldiers had been
killed in action during the first
week of fighting that erupted
on Yom Kippur when Syria and
Egypt attacked Israel.
This was a lower figure than
the 803 Israeli dead In the Six
Day War in 1987, but at that
I me, Israel ha i desalinated Its
Arab enemies in a I [htenins
ti ike, fficials in Jerusa
l m rii Tel Aviv neve been frank
almost from the beginning of this
: thai victor) > ild take much
longer and come 1 i far higher
price in war dead
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mitted dead, 1st i I listed some
2.(km) weundi liers on the
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Among those killed was Maj.
Gen Abraham M
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vpti.m front. Mr. 11 r was due
be aaeci I ""' lLl>
after the >k out.
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commanded the brigade that I
tured the Golan Heights.
ISRAEL ALSO announced that
its planes and anti-aircraft had
shot down 280 Arab planes and
captured 414 Arab soldiers, in-'
eluding 58 officers since the war
began.
In contrast. Egypt said Sunday
that it shot down 24 Israeli jets
on that one day alone, bringing
with its other claims and those
of Syria a total of 508 Israeli
planes destroyed since the war
started.
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Adult Education
Begins Nov. 6 At
Temple Beth Israel
Tern] Betl I lei 7100 W.
Park Blvd., (Cooaerva-
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citizens, teen-agers and adi
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Nov ,; al 8nm and continuing
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Tuesd
Lectures will be on such topics
as Jewry,.....Hw Middle |
Bast," and "Changing Judaism"
Call Temple Beth Israel for fur
ther information.
the outskirts of Damas-
REPORTS FROM the Syrian
lid that Israeli jets
ittacking air fields, but that
the attack cost the Israelis heav-
ily in je! fight)
Syria also reported naval bat-
tles with Israeli ships in tha
Mediterranean Sea and claimed
sinking two Israeli gunboats.
Syrian Information Minister
cc Saddikni said the Syrians
Continued on Page 8
Cash Is Urgently Needed,
Lives Depend On It.
PLEASE PAY ANY PREVIOUS UJA
OR ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUNDS
BALANCES NOW.
PLEVSE ADVANCE CASH ON YOUR
1974 PLEDGE TO THE UJA AND
THE ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
NOW.
Send Your Payments To:
THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF NORTH BROWARD
3905 N. ANDREWS AVENUE, FT. LAUDEKDALE FIA. 33309
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+Jeni*fitkrldriar of North Browird
Page 3
Mood Changes Despite Air Victories
By Special Report
Israel bombed Damascus and
the outlying districts of Cairo late
Tuesday, but the mood of the
nation was changing. Israelis de-
spite being caught off guard by
the Yom Kippur attack by Syria
and Egypt, were confident that
they would stabilize the situation
quickly.
Further, ttiey anticipated that
their counter-attack launched on
Monday, would score heavily from
the start.
BIT EVEN as new, filtered
bark of the bnmbinu of Cairo and
Damascus, MaJ. Gen. Aharon
Yariv was explaining to his coun-
trymen that "a gr tat dieparitj In
numbers" >f Egyptian and Syrian
tanks and Infantry meant there
is still a way ahead of us. and
we itUI have lol <>f fighting.
* I-> t us not." he declared,
'think in terms of danger to the
existence of the State of Israel
there is no danger."
But he also warned Israelis
to forget the swill six-day type of
wars of the past that ended in
clear-cut .Jewish victories. Those
"glamorous" solutions, he laid,
are a thins; of the past.
"The balance is heavily in our
favor, but it is not going to be
a short war." Y:iriv declined to
put Into figures what he meant
by "short."
THE BOMBINt; of Damascus
and Cairo came under fire of Its
own at the United Nations, where
Soviet Ambassador Vakob Malik
called the attacks 'barbarous"
and the work of "gangsters."
IN DAMASCUS, the bombing
hit diplomatic and residential
areas, including the Sovet Cultur-
al Center, where more than 30
persons were killed and wound-
ed. Malik charged that the Is-
raelis knew they were bombing
civilian targets, although Israel
declared that the bombing was
intended for Syrian radio and
television, as well as Syria s I>,
fense Ministry.
"Our aim, "said Gen. Yariv. is
for the enemy to know "that
this game is two-sided."
When Israel Ambassador Yoi f
Tekoah rose to offer his condo-
lences and to declare that all
deaths in war are tragic, Malik
and the Soviet delegation walked
out.
Phantoms and Skyhawks wen
involved in the attack thortlj
after noon on Tuesday. Within
-i i onds, the citj was pitied with
bomb craters. In Jerusalem,
headquarters of the United Na
lions truce supervision bodj
said that a Norwegian officer,
Capt. Didrick B. Tjorswag t
member of ti" UN truce team in
mascus, his wife and daugh-
re also killed in the raid.
DE8PITE \T\\ Arab claims ol
kills against Israeli jets Da-
mascus said that Syria bad shot
down 16 Israeli planes during the
attack on the capital citj Israel
continued to reign supreme in
the skies.
Hut the grouil righting ;< .-"
ing less well.
The Bar Lev line along the
Suez Canal was being systematic-
ally abandoned by Israeli forces
Gen. Yanv admitted that "we have
evacuated ir.o.,i of tins position."
Coupled with Egypt's claim that
its forces had occupied K\ Qam
tan the day before, the news
- imil to indicate that Israel
was meeting stronger resistance
from the Arab- than ever in the
The 11 pontoon bridges claim-
ed destroyed by Israeli forces
Sunday and Monday seem to have
been "rebuilt." and observers
along the canal report that tor
the first time Arab forces are
not fleeing but standing and fight-
ing.
CBS-TV late Tuei that
one of the fiercest tank battle-,
since Woi.u ,,u ii was being
waged between larai ii and i
Uan forces in the area.
Meanwhile, on the Golan
i tits, other fierce tank battles
and artillery engagements were
taking place for supremacy in the
village of Kuneitra.
A major problem for Israel i
arc the Soviet surface to surface
missiles, which the Syrians have
been pumping into villages like.
Migdal Haemek and Kfar Baruch,
with lupremacj at Mount Her-
mon still not yet fully-established
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a- Gi eater Miami joined the n i
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to meet the Middle Bast crisis,
weid also went out calling for
volunte r> ti' go to Israel.
The young Americans s
be used as non-combat workers
on kibbutzim and iii other civilian
jobs left vacant by reservists now
fighting on the front to the north
in Syria and south in Sinai.
HANAN SIIER, an Israeli irk-
ing with youth programs in co
Travel Discussion Is
Planned By NCJW
Samuel Tappis of UnitOUrs, New
Vork City, will be the guest .speak
or at the National Council of Jew-
ish Women meeting in the Wilton
Manors Women's Club, 600 NE 21st
Ci Wedne day. Nov. 1
Husbands, friends and neighbors
in- invited to : irticipate in th<
discussion ol hoti Is and sightsee
ing, according to Rhea D Nathan,
tour chairman for the North Brow-
ard Section, NCJW. 1 ting
heduled to begin at 12:30 p.m.
The Jewish Calendar
5734
1973
ordination with the Greater Mi-
ami Jew! h Fedi ration, explained
ilunteers an needed "to
1 the itoi
He -.in! thai tnei is "a
ground swell" Ol I, jUSt
as there was in 1087, when some
10 in' I young p 'in around
irld went to Israel for Mini
lar work.
Volunteers most be between
18 ar.d 23. Any religious faith is
welcome, but volunteers must
have ii" i sonal or emo-
tional prohli ins. The only cost
to them will be their plane fare.
More information is available
from Shor at the Greater Miami
Jewish Fed -rati in at 576- 000,
And the Rabbinical Associa-
tion, which includes Orthodox.
Conservative, and Reform rabbis
of the community, officially de-
creed that special Yi/kor memor-
ial services would be recited in
all synagogues during Sukkol on
Thursday, Oct. 11, at 10 a.m.. in
memor) of the martyrs.
"This is I -t time in the
histor) of the Jewish people that
this solemn prayer is recited on
the first day of Sukkot, which is
designated as 'the Festival of
Joy.' said Rabbi Maxwell Berger
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
8100,000 Need
For Defense
South Florida Jewry has been
a^ked to raise 100.000 immediately
for the American Red Ma
David for Israel. The organization
represents Israel's official Red
Cross and Civil Defense Agency.
More than S25.0O0 already has
been contributed in the form of'
ambulances and blood bank dona-
tions. Samuel Reinhard of Miami
Beach. Florida Si Ite chairman for
the Re I M i| en David, said Tues-
day.
; la man, president of the
. :. said the
m ede I for the
B IB ink. 1st
on vide Mood bank, serv-
all Kupal Holim, government
'-. i op rated
by the Red M igen Da'
Stat hi adquartera for the
American Red Magen David for
maintained al the
iter Miami Hebrew Academy.
Contributions ma\ be made there
ailed to the i on head-
quarters at the Hebrew A
to Coleraan and Rein-
Hospital
Makes Way
e/
For Wounded
By Special Report
Conversion of Shaare Zedek Hos-
in Jerusalem into a military
hospital began on Yom Kippur a9
150 patients wen' evacuated to
other facilities to make way for
members of the Israel armed
forces wounded in action.
David M. Maeir, director general
of the American Committee for
Shaare Zedek Hospital, said that
the hospital's nursing school and
other areas were ilso converted in-
to additional wards to make up a
complement of 202 beds.
Shaare Zedek offered the same
emergency service during the Six-
Dav War in 1967. Maeir said.
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ImlslinrrMton of North Steward
Friday, October 19, 1973
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For the Jewish Federation *f North Rmwnrd
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Pr-'c!ume 2
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23 TISHRI 573<
Number 25
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It is against their national mystique to feel guilty about
anything, but new the French must share their portion of
the responsibility for the Middle East war no less than the
Soviets themselves.
Since the Six-Day War in 1967, the French have sat
around the tragedy of the unresolved Israel-Arab confron-
tation like birds cf prey waiting for their carrion to ripen.
Their purpose? To reclaim the French prestige in the
Middle East they lost there in colonial war after colonial
war until Charles de Gaulle put an end to the French ag-
ony by finally pulling his countrymen out of Algeria.
When the Six-Day War struck, the French acted by
pouncing on Israel, their "diplomacy"' designed to guaran
tee them the uninterrupted flow of Arab oil and renewed
Arab friendship.
To set a seal upon that friendship, they put an em-
bargo on arms to Israel, whose air force until then was
almost entirely French supplied and, in fact, began selling
arms to the Arabs.
Seme of these arms were shot out of the skies by
Israel early this week the very Mirages the French once
sold to Israel and which, the French are now insisting, they
sent to Libya on the guarantee that the planes would
never be used for purposes of combat.
What nonsense! The Mirage is a combat plane. So
much for French diplomacy.
Now for French expediency that makes them the birds
of prey to which we refer here. The French newspaper,
' L'Aurore." has announced that French tanks left Mar-
seilles Monday en their way to Saudi-Arabia. Also for
non-combat purposes?
As we say. increasingly, it is clear the French are as
guilty as the Soviets in precipitating the latest Middle East
I
Zio
urg
gre c atastrophe.
A Third Pearl Harbor?
ton
Ara Foreign Minister Abba Eban put it succinctly when he
St3 described the coordinated attack of Egypt and Syria on
Yom Kippur cs an act of infamy.
Along with Pear! Harbor, the Yom Xippur War, as it
I is coming to be called, will live in the infemous pages of
history those pages that record the acts of men who
tioi
IKlt
Past Not Easily Forgotten
t seek advantage in stealth and deception,
ing But the ;?sue is net so much Arab treachery, which
ven we have learned to expect.
tha The issue is the strictures of friends who imposed up-
V" on Israel the need to absorb the first punishing Arab
ver blows before striking back,
trai To Israel's disadvantage in numbers of men and in
f amount of hardware was added the terrible burden of
fon waiting to strike even as Israel could see the Arab blow
IS mobilizing to strike her first.
pla- That is a terrible price American diplomacy exacted
anc from her a price already paid for in agonizingly high
^J Israeli casualties and loss of materiel.
nat Now we must ^ vigilant against u third Pearl Harbor
gro this time leunched from Washington, when the Arabs
alb once again seek to recoup in the high halls of world gov-
anc ernments what they reoeatedlv lose on the battlefield.
pan
and
don
'or The nomination of Andrei D. Sakharov as a candidate
Pol for the Human Rights Prize of the United Nations is, we
An think, a bit hasty.
ma After all, Dr. Sakharov's major contribution to man-
I l-ind's best interests was his theoretical work leading to
en f^e Scmet Union's first hydrogen bemb.
j0 That's not very much to crow about,
antf Ori the other hand, Sakharov's open support of Alex-
urt ar.der Solzhenylsin's long-held position that Russia is
issn brutally oppressive and must give this up if it really wants
ve^ to become a member of the family of nations does deserve
DIM Praise-
raej If that is what those who nominated Sakharov want
j to say, then it is a worthy statement. But the Human Rights
,-j-l Prize well, the past :s not so easily forgotten.
tni.---------__^___^____^_
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viet
Or/i
Kissinger, Kreisky Compared
~___i-i_ .;,! thai the In effect, Broesiakc was an
COLUMNIST William R. Frye
opined in the morning Tagc-
blatt the other week that many
Americana had been worried by
*
Mindlin
.141::..* I i | I I
the appointment of I>r Hem*)
Kissinger as secretary of state.
"Had been" is the key here,
meaning that as of now they are
worried no longer.
What Fryo said was that peo-
ple honestly feared that, as a
Jew. Dr. Kissinger would sell
out to Israel our nations best
interests in the Middle East.
But now that Kissinger has had
lunch with the Arabs at the
United Nations and won them
over completely, never mind their
latest war. the nation can rest as
Hired that he has no such inten-
tions in mind.
If anything, Kissinger was be-
ing more amiable and even down
right conciliatory toward the
Arabs and more threatening to-
ward Israel than the situation
seemed to demand.
AND UERE Five writing this
same column today, he might
even toss in Kissinger's ugl)
words to the Congress after the
House passed the Mills-Vanik bill
as proof that Jew or no Jew, Dr
Kissinger intends outdoing the
most pasturized Protestant, the
most recalcitrant Catholic in the
matter of keeping the Israelis
particularly, and the Jews gen
erally, In then- place.
The trouble with Frye's column
is that he surch urotc it with
out eOMUltlni a Jew about the
accuracy of his opinion.
No one but a Jew with a taste
for WASP wayi would have th<
emotional need to move against
the Jews in quite the same waj
that Dr Kissinger has done.
This kind of "selbsthass." thi
capacity for betrayal of one
own racial consciousness
stuff of which the "i
- made thai body of Ji >
that roopt rated with the N
plotting and i kecuting the extinc
tion of E Je i >
ANOTHER CASE in point l
Austria's Chancellor Bruno Ki
sk) Who else but .i Jew would
act with such dispatch to cl
Schoenau transfer (amp foi
Jews in transit to Israel from I
Soviet Union?
Ki> i.-ky pei formed his little
drama with such enthusiasm and
so man) lies about the agony he
suf."( red in reaching his decision
that he might well have been an
agent >f the KGB or the Pales
tinian guerrillas tbeSDatlves.
Or else, a paid publicist for the
United Nations which he an
nointed a> successor to Austria's
Schoenau trust md which the
UN in its usually ineffective
a/ay declined to accept an end
to his shoddy little play Kreisky
could, and did, easily predict.
Not even the Austrians, who
as a people are more barbarousl)
anti-Semitic than the Russia
and. if possible, the Germans
themselves, could contemplate
Kreisky'a decision without flinch-
ing.
Kreisky should know better
A- late as last summer. Liberal
Party member Hans Klement.
who is vice chairman of the par
ty*S Vienna section, said that he
would never cooperate with Ki
sky or any other "Jewiah poli-
tician."
TASSILO BROESIGKE, chair
man of the section, promptly crit-
icized Klemeni for what he called
Klement's "anti-Semitic state
ment."
But Broesigkc said that the
Viennese section had no Inten-
tion of reading Klement out of
the partv because after all "other
politicians of other parties have
made similar statements in the
past without being expelled."
In effect, Broesigkc was saying
that anti Seinr.ism is character
istic of Austrian life. Read any
politico out of any party for anti-
Semitic statements, and there 1
Continual on Fas;*
Max lerner
Sees It
NKV YORKOn the sound theory that the best defense is
a self-righteous offensive -practiced by wives, hnnhaoala, lovers
and politicians Vice President Agnail la mounting an artillery
barrage againsl his true enemies, false friends and prosecutors
As ii happens, Americans respond to anyone who fights
back, however forlorn, dubious, or self-interested his cause, it
is part of our adversarj approach We use it in sports, law. busi-
ness, mania- [0V< inment.
Whet \ a asserts that be won't reatgfl even if he is
indicted, we cheer the far-out itatemenl as if he had struck a
blow for the parity of llll office. We seem to care more for
pugnacit) than for the processes of justice.
I LIKE a fight, too, especially | last ditch stand When the
Mets noved fron cellar to summit in a few brief week-., some-
thing in mj blood stirred It is th i venal syndrome We like
all i her th) climb to the top or the fall from *hr
its I lon't pretend thai everything baa to be placiJ and lov-
ing in a group l would rather have the fighting out
n; < than the covei isonous infighting that clogs the
But I am not il I n\ Agn< i He la not
fig] t or for the mi (eat) of the law. but q
Hi rusader, but a man in deep
! | for a waj ut an) waj
Hi. ll \* taken a leal from President Nixon's ezperiei
the Watergate hearings From the president
art of wait ail Perhaps he reasons
in h holdout, why can't he" ("Any!
i lo b "'! ")
hi has learned -as Brvin
I the peoi anger in them and that
, cal .-.vh mak i | -

'> .... th tgnew's position thai n I
r. tidenl lo focus on the
:., i- nil nonet n m
Henry
G ham of i

11 whei,
ry to
FIGHTING BAC1 lows, but
1 toric and 1
not i
nest lun b<
but v th ,;
in Fran Ih S )|
blest credutit) It hapi
ho i mii remark I it turns
11, to A m A- law] atga
'" the press di I a first rat
11 minal i u wl
.". '
"r CALLED it rh Sell Infl eted Wound M la sol i had
ignsr on Not the vie
m oi P terser by the bureaucrats nr
' >> h i .11 Maryland to Inf und
on him
11- n mi until the 1 |
''' run ''; "i is. wi this moment la the niiiseit front e.s
.1 in. ails
He built much of his reputation in recent years bj
severity oi his la
WAS IT meant to Bppl) nl, to others ,,, i; ',!,,';, and
Ue you" fpoor. to the Uppies. to th ten
men and women who run afoul of the law -and not to the
happy few who ail la ,i,e seats ,,f power and ,., hold press ,
ferencea and make speeches and rail) popular support


1973
rd
tpano
I hold
year
liiii-
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; and
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ring.
will
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pro-
|f Ha-
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Friday, October 19, 1973
?. kmint IHkt S'Jton
Page
I
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Fort

pbers.
B i-
how"
I
\ I-
lared
BiMp-
Peter,
|f 58-
Icould
this
h.ivc
who
|n (he
,\n>-
|e es-
rode
l-hlu-j
I acted
bru-
than
ko
\o 111'
Dr.
Kis-
| Mild
I place
bck.
first
| state,
time
and
katary
I
Or.
Ien>
with
even
Int on
1 work
than
lit
>unt
Second Week of War:
Egypt
Pi
ressure
Mounting
iiritiiiucd from Page 1
h ildinj firm <>>> all fronts,
in ;;' on Dam is u-
o raid thai Isra Yt
S
ue.
linki charg -<\ that Israel
i Dayaa's
that Isra v a on the waj
lest '
HE SAID, n ml to assure the
t the woi Id'j
city will nevei w< Icome him with
open arms It is .1 citj thai knows
hoa t<> ii icome a aveyard for
invaders."
G< n Haim ll : i Israel's top
war eomnn ntat ir, declared this
v i ek tii..i "In ::i south (mean
m-; m Sinai) v., hav entere I in
to a criti -al the war
But it i ,| ir wbethi r
thii i ypt's i" ijor offensive "
H was refi rrl lo ''.
netration into
the pen n iul i.
- Levinson has been dec led pi ci the Amcr-
;tee for of Science. F'e-c-
lal meeting cf the oigan'.z.'nion's board
".son, p: o'. Asso-
. Inc. will be iliest oi honor at the annual
iner at the V. Now York on Nov. 5.
Dr. Maurice Yermish (left), recent immigrant dentist from
Philadelphia at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Dental
School in Jerusalem, discovered that Dr. Simon Barenstein,
new "oleh" horn Moscow, is a cousin. The younger man,
who with six other Russians will work under Dr. Yermish at
the Hadassah staff dental clinic, recognized "Yermish" as
his maternal grandmother's name.
On a visit to the Hebrew University Hadassah School of
Dental Medicine founded by the Alpha Omega fraternity.
Dr Louis A. Saporito. president of the American Dental
Association (right), is introduced by Prof. Jack Lewin Ep-
stein dean of the Dental School (center), to Dr. Maurice
Yermish. an American immigrant who heads the staff den-
tal clinic together with a team of new Russian immigrant
dentists.
Cons.rucuon is presently under way on a
new Fcrt Lar.uerdaie office for American
Savings and Lorn Association of Floi
which will triple tne -Sizd of its present auai-
ters at 3316 NF 34ih St., in the Gait Shop-
ping Plaza. The temporary office wi'l be-
come pert cf tne new facility, uccordiag
Morris N Biord, president. Here Wil
Britlon ('.eft' acting manaqer cf the offic
discusses construction plans with R(
Shanks, contractor, who is scheduled to co
before the end of the ye<
rETLP
With corned beef on rye,
what belongs in the glass?
TETLEY TEA
The iced drink that really
quenches your thirst
K on the
package means
certified Kosher
TETLEYI
1QP A-
Tea with meat is traditional, and Tetley is tea at
its best-favored in Jewish homes for almost a
hundred years. In hot weather, there's nothing like
iced Tetley to really quench a thirst! Whether you
make it with Tetley Tea Bags, Iced Tea Mix
pouches, or Tetley's 100% Instant Tea, Tetley'?
tiny little tea leaf flavor tastes pot brewed. Enjo>
it iced or hot, with meat or dairy food-meal time
nosh time, anytime is Tetley timel
ATRADITION SINCE 187:
That famous fresh taste!
SUNSHINE
KRISPY CRACKERS
UNSALTEDTOPS
KRISPY
vVMMM
amrnm/
Mar
sr
f CRACKERS B UNSAiTio TOP*
smiia.es
No cracker can beat the taste of Sunshine Krispy Cracker
the name for fresh crisp flavor from childhood memor
You'll cut down on salt with these unsalted-top cracker:
Never miss it, they taste so good. Stay that way becaus
stacks are double-wrapped wjth the stay-krisp reclosabl
plastic bag to keep crackers firm and Krispy-fresh. Perfec
for cheese and fish toppings. Or a delicious nosh, as i
STRICTLY KOSHER PARVE
K ON THE PACKAGE MEANS KOSHER
RS MEANS RABINNICAL SUPERVISION
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. Page 6
+JmisHrcr*f&r Of North Broward
Friday, October 19, 1973
pro,
in
for
qut
Pai
sou
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out
Me
was
fan
Martin Fridovich of Fort Lauderdale, (left) a member of the
National Cabinet of United Jewish Appeal, shakes hands
with De/ense Minister Moshe Dayan as Irving Bernstein,
(right) executive vice chairman of United Jewish Appeal
Iooks on.
H
Zioi
urg<
gres
for
nate
fore
Ara
Stat
oil
poli
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tion
nati
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ingt
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thai
this
sis
vers
trad
H
tori
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anci
rouj
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natl
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and
pani
and
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for;
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expi
to e
and
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issu
veto
met
rael
raw
,-iat
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>m
iet
)ljrt
artin Fiidovich shook hands with Ephxaim Katzir, (left)
resident of Israel, during his Aug. 27-31 visit to Israel.
My husband's
a "perked coffee"
Mayvin
Maxim* tastes like perked coffee*
because Maxim starts with
fresh perked coffee. Then,
tt's freeze-dried into big dark
chunks... chunks of real
perked coffee. Coffee that's
k just right for every coffee
. serving occasion.
Ijrtri
CERTIFIED
KOSHER
Fridovich
Participates
In Mission
Marti of Fl 1
dale. I r of the 1
Jew
ed the North Broward Je<
, comma: n h
in the Pi 1 ie M nisi r'l Mission to
Israel. Aufl 27 31.
As one oup of 200 top
national Jew! h 1
ed with Israel's t.p officials to
discuss the social, economic and
humanitarian needs of the st:it
The group met a contingent of
Russian Jews at Lo they touched Israeli soil for the
first time alter years of courag-
eous efforts to live in Israel.
Fiidovich. who viewed many of
the installations that are support-
ed by United Jewish Appeal
^und-. urges his fellow Jews in
North Broward to participate in
the humanitarian and life saving
work of United Jewish Appeal and
tfae Israel Emergency Fund.
TAMAR GROUP
Fort Lauderdale Chapter of Hadassah
'BAZAARAMA AND VAUDEVILLE SHOW
Food Fun Fair Auction Door Prizes
PLANTATION RECREATION CENTER
5555 Palm Tree Road
Sunday, October 28, 1973-6:30-11:00 P.M.
Donation $1.00 (Entrance)
Children under 16 Free
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Yverte Alderman 523-8628
Ceil Goldberg 733-2520
ATTENTION MEN'
GERDA MEN'S
HAIR STYUNG
f tL~U *
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FT. LAU0ER0ALE
PLANNING
ON MOVING TO
ISRAEL?
HOW WONDERFUL
Call me, Esther, 635-6554 and
let me quote you rates. Also
ocai moving ft long distance
moving anywhere in the U.S.
r overseas.
A. B. VAN LINES INC.
(of Miami)
Think of them
as multiple
vitamins
with
wrinkles
We're not suggesting
you give up vitamin piflf
for prunes. All we're sa> inf
is, Sunswect Prunes have
many important vitamins.
LikeAandB-I,B-2aiid
tiacin. Like minerals too
calcium, plenty of uoa,
rich in potassium.
Yet low in sodium.
Delicious with natural
sugar. So you can nibblo
aomcthing sweet for
only a measly 18-odd
calories per prune.
Abi gezunt
with
SUNSWEET Pitted PRIMS
MAXIM -The Mayvin's favorite for fine coffee flavor


nday, October 19. 1973
* knil rkridftrTM of North Browsrd
Page 7
Young Leadership Group's
Program Features Chesnoff
limed from Page 1

i r*r fho li .1-, <> of 1<)77
on Russian
h ,\wy. tne jewisn iwnmj uriais, h<
ion of forged In '
the Middic East Jewish -i -. .
,n and a special cultural ': v' '' Mr
D and
m- Di | ,,..
nip a mini In- i w
\ Til
1____________________
.. i A Hi Paul
Mi ...i.i '
, Mi
M. l:.
i nd Ir i i I
Qoff, Dr
sh. Idon ('. ...I.''.. Dr. i I
Mr nnd Mrs Hv
t Mr. and Mrs David Jack-
i.. and lira, J \. I K. : Ml
Kurts. Mr nnd Mrs. Harry
... Mr nr.il Mr- SlU irl
' in and Mr 8l<
11. and Mrs Ji-r.. il l.yim. Mr
Wholeiole Distributers f
Jewish Federation's Young Leadership
Group cochairmen include (from left to
r.aW Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fishman, Dr. and
Mrs. Stephen Levine and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lembeck.
MORIAH KOSHER POULTRY
i
Processors and Ixaortn
of the finest U.S. Gevl. Inspected
KOSHER MIATS and POULTRY
1717 N.W. 7th Av.
Miami, Fla.
Phone 371-1855
Chef "calls it Ravioli
momma
calls it
Kreplach
So that's the difference so
leng as it's delicious? The
taste of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee#
Cheese Ravioli is enough
to make your mouth water.
Just like Kreolach with
zippy cheese in the middle,
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee* Ravioli
is simmered in thick to-
mato sauce and more
cheese for real Italian
ta'am. And at about 20* per
serving it's the best buy in
mechayehs this side of
Homa. -
L.A.
CHICAGO
(YOUR CITY)
NEW YORK
(YOUR CITY)
TEL AVIV
IN THIS HOUR OF CRISIS
IS THERE ANYTHING
I CAN DO TO HELP
THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL?
YES.
You can reach out and demonstrate your solidarity
with the people of Israel.
You can encourage the people of Israel with your
dramatic response.
You can show unity with the people of Israel.
You can play an historic role in this hour of crisis.
HOW?
By bringing your check....bringing your cash dollars to the
Jewish Federation Of North Broward
for the Israel Emergency Fund*
IMMEDIATELY!
Send your check, bring it yourself, or call us:
r!
JEWISH MM OF NORTH BROWARD, 3905 N. Andrews A., Ft. Uuderdole, Flo. 33309/FW (305 565-1869
the continuation of great Humanitarian programs. The Fund makes possible
?Con.nbut.ons to the !"%*^^^^MnW^ 0-9 >o -srael. mcludmg tens o thousands o. Soviet Jews.
care and assistance lor
tne aged, handicapped and unabsorbed newcomers.
*


'i
Page 8
*knistnrriJinm North Broward
Friday, October 19.
V.srfe-in-Israel Gabriel missile that knocked out Arab naval forces Sunday.
ON DAY OF Yf\N| KIPPUR
Egypt, Syria J\ or Against Israel
By Sp< > ial Report
1971 inei
! into
territon Sa to launch a
FILLING IN
BACKGROUND
war :.y.iinvt the Jewish state on
front-.
The cross-ovei occurred at 2
.. during the afternoon of
r>ay )i :it as Jews
in brael and throughout the
irld were cek-bratiiiK 'i
K -pur
THE EGYIM'UNS promptly e
tabli.-hcd bri.Le- jcross the Sue*
Canal, and the Syrians took up
positions on the Israeli-held Golan
Heiyhts in the north, with early
reports from Damascus declaring
it Mi Hermon had falln be-
fore the attack of Syria's forces.,
Pnme Minister Golds Meir
promptly appeared on national
television and declared that: "We
are fighting for our very survi-
val"' Simultaneously, she dis-'
missed ,i, nonsense a Cairo com-
munique that Egypt had seized
part of Israeli territory on the
western bank of the canal.
"'We are battling and throwing
back the attack." Mrs. Meir said.
adding that "the enemy has been
id serious losses."
LABELING THE Egyptian Syr
Ian attack "an act of lunacy," she
Wired Israeli- that. "We have
no doubt about our victory."
In announcing the attack, even
no-' Israelis wire still in syn
i Kol Israel said that Svria
h.< lassed some 2.000 tanks near
the (iolan Heights. Egvpt had
rnnssed 3 000 tanks. 1.000 artil
leces and 250.000 troops
Sue/ Canal.
Military analyst Chaim Hanog
i the attack seemed designed
< seize Israeli-occupied territory
d to hold it until a Security
Council move would call for a
cease-fire, in effect, this would
cancel out the bargaining posi-
tion I-racIi-; were letting it known
the) have been willing to adopt
in a permanent peace arrange
nient.
W tfa little or nothing left to
trade. Egypt and Syria hoped that
a strike on Yoin Kippur that
caught the Israelis unaware"
could eff force Israel back
to her pre-1967 borders.
In isl hours
Israel De-
e Dayan le
I
n a
I-out V
PHIl>M HNC VICTOM
' tint the Brst 48
hours wen crit ical.
By late this we k. Israeli au-
the
Dayan prediction with wi
old uo1 be over
quick!) cu won easily.

,01 1,1.1.
; to hoi 1
! her
nits.
Fran)
had put .ip .1
thai Syria
had captured forward po-
sitions on Golan, Dayan never-
theh ss t Id a tel n it d pn is con
ference that "when the war is
r, the) (the Arabs) will be
on our bide of the lines" mean-
ing that they will be destroyed.
Since the Yom Kippur attack.
a
lion of
Israi !i planes, tank
1 ml
Daj would onl> admit
"we lost -'i few posi! 'i- and h 1 I
8 fI ir .Minor
an '""i. then
start the r ..1 war"
WITH RESPECT
D.i. .n 1 t Monday, when Is
launched it- counter-ofensi
rel) admitted that the; a
"reasonable." ad I ng th; I \i
claims of our lo si are exa
rated, Our toe* 1 be counted
is, not th( hundreds."
\ For< e, w hii h quickly
: l bed supn mat j of the Mid
tern ski< -. Dayan noted.
"has suffered ver) little, Out
armor has not lost any signifl
: power.
"The enemy lost much more
in every respect on both the Syi
mi .uid the Egyptian front-."
But as of late this week, this
Dayan assonnmrnl was also obvi-
ously turning out to be optimis-
tic, with Israeli losses in men
and equipment rated as the
heaviest since the 1948 War of
Liberation
Holl\ brook Clubhouse Debuts;
Grand Opening In November
Hollybrook Golf k Tennis Club's
SI million clubhouse has offi-
cially opened its doors to the pub-
lic. Breakfast, lunch and lounge
operations are now underway: a
grand opening of the club's full
facilities is scheduled for mid No
vember.
The sprawling, modernistic club
house is a multi-story structure
containing dining room, cocktail
lounge, men's and women's loekei
rooms for both golf and tennis
meeting rooms and golf pro shop
A separate tennis pro shop facilit>
is alread) open and operating im
mediately adjacent to the commu
nity's main tennis court complex
Designed by the architectural
firm of Edward Saar of Fort I.and
erdale. and landscaped by the well
known landscape architect. Georfi
Toms, of Paramount Landscaping,
the clubhouse building dominate!
the main entrance boulevard ol
Hollybrook's 283 acre site.
With it- facade of redwood sid
ing and low, horizontal lines, the
Structure blends easily into the
gently rolling terrain of the devel
opment's 18 hole PGA golf cour-c
Use of natural woods, bronze-
solar glass and bronze tone metal
,s repeated within the clubhouse
in Individual room furnishings
Serving as a natural backdrop foi
the panoramic window wall behind
the cocktail bar is curving view
.>f Hollybrook's 18th hole fairway
Operation of Hollybrook's coun
try dub is under the direction ol
well known restaurateur. Vincent
Auletta. with Harold Johnson serv
ng as on-sitc manager Dinnei
service at the dub will begin in
mid-November Special facilities
sill be available after that time
for private parties
PONT LET YOUR MAIL ENP
UP IN THE DEAD LETTER
OFFICE. WAKE SORE
YOUR ADDRESSES ARE
WRITTEN CLEARLY AN 9
THAT THE/ AKCtiHPUTE
Hadassa h GroupsNo. Brmv(\
Announce Various Aclivith
The most ambitious fund-raising Sabra Group Planning
' ''" l,v '' "'' r* 1 I r
H :,. 1 mnched by first Social Event
Bl .: Hads ..'i Group Sun- Sabra Group 1 1 '1
day, 0 at 1:80 p.m. in front \, rth Fort 1 iu I
of \i Jacobs, Jewlen con ol <-, 1 >. .ton w 11
State Rd, 7 and W. Browai I Blvd t- first social oxer' ol t!i-|
Saturdaj night
it D >1
nill be held at
*uv 1 rial House R
In Pom lano B |
i
1 folia
larjorie M ;ir T.|
de music foi
'v 1
Booklets 1 Marian 51 tiber: |
of ;, ie I min it'- in s spec! bou e Point.
fied hour will Im- sold at 1(1 Cents
,1 second, or Sti a minute
Plantation.
Hadassah dignitaries, political
dignitaries men
will ene
\n ei {ht-day, 12 hour 11 > k with
rond hand wll lund up
in ful the public Then 1!
... (i and
ij iced i window
The rill be a 14>R
Zodiac lucd at SM0 do
in M Jai ibs |e
iry
At a designal
b '
n full \ tha public
and th< winner announced.
Proct edi from the I |
dinm r d ince w
I
The r 1 1 ing
Sabra Group 1
la) 1 I
8 p.m in 'b" I ity Rol
and LJ
ton
pn n is
on cot I
D R
Tarrtar G ojp To Hold

11
1 1
t'i" 1 >f the wral h II
clock -' >ps bi tv "in!-, the
pn ious second p
Paid-up Memte'-ship Te
I Bl I how i(
to \l Mo
presid I I tal Phurs ,, ,,
0 ihi Ma .7 N r
1 1
The host ib social
hour IV in 12 to 1 p m. At the '
hich u I 1 on nence
I p m Blyma'a fund
t "Beat The ("lock"
will be fully discussed
I
or Mrs Ceil v I
peel
me
II hold 1''
.: 1 ,,ini V'audi ^
Th- 11 be highlighted
:i Rl
1 b) Mrs I bar lion 3
R senzweig, program vice For tickets cs W 1
IT, -dent I
LEO MIMlLLN
Dr. Kissinger Am
Chancellor Kreisk
Continued from Pace *
be no one left to govern the coun-
try
He's probably right, but if
Klement or Broeisgke needed sup-
port for their seeming!) at odds
attitudes, -t came from no !,
authority than Fnedrich Peter,
who was determined to clarify
what had become .1 very muddy
situation
peter is chairman of Aus-
tria's national Liberal Party, and
while he agreed with the Vienna
section chairman's decision not
to punish Vice Chairman Klem-
ent, he disagreed with the chair
man's rca-on
There are no rat ial, religious
or ethnic prejudice- in the ranks
of the Liberal Party, declared
Peter this in the face Of the
fact that:
ill Kb meat's original remark
part of .m into n lew pub-
lished in the Austrian majjasiM,
"I'rofil." in which Klement frank-
ly BOnfeesed that In- union
scions anti-Semitism" aloag with
a broad ideological gap" between
himself and Kreisky would pre-
vent him from COOOeratiag with
Krei.-ky were it necessary to or-
ganize a Socialist-Liberal coalition
after the next general elections.
1 Chancellor Kreisky is a Social
1st);
(2) Peter, the self styled ex-
pert in what does and what does
not constitute anti-Semitism, is a
former Nazi SS officer
KLEMENT, WHO obviously was
offended by the suggestion that
he is not really an anti Semite,
fearing I suppose for his reputa-
tion as a worthy Austrian,
promptly attacked Peter for Pe-
ter'- defense of
I can't lasagine, be da
with 1 profound sense of
pointment, "that a man like
with the forni 1 position
Obersturmbannfuehri r,
chaajN his political opinioi
v ay."'
Surely none 01 nia couk
escaped the Jew Kreisky,
- thrown into prison win
German hordes took oven
tria In the Hitler era.
None of thl- could ha>
caped the Jew Kreisky wh<
out the bitter fruit- of Ana*
in Swedish cxili'
mill, the 1. w Kreisky)
more Imparlosssl) and morJ
tally in clasdag Scheenauj
Peter or Klement or Bro^
might have dot
Thai 1- what Frye failed
l Kissinger Thn la what Di
slngar himself falls to undet
a- he moves inexorably to|
the Baees seovnd Israel's
When Dr. Kissinger wa
nominated as set ., t.uy of
I'li.nles Bray III. a longl
State Department official]
special assistant to then Seel
of State William P, R|
I 1 niptly quit his post.
His reason0 Re dislike^
Kissinger's >ty le '
Isn't that precisely what
cut said of Kreiak) !
still, in the day- ahead,!
the war making the resuMJ
more horrifying, we can con
Dr Kissinger to do his dirty!
in the Mi Idle But '-tter|
Bray or Roger- ever did
and as surely ould
00 Kreisky at Svhoenau.


rtober 19. 1973
+Jfnist Mr* tetter of Nor,h *> Page 9
'BLASPHEMOUS AND SACRILEGIOUS TO CHOOSE THIS DAY .'
orld Reacts Angrily to Arab 'War of Infamy'
toRK (JTA) "This
|s one of infamy and it
dent that I use the term
ii*Pd during Fcarl Har-
r>3e words by Israel's
Minister Abba Eban.
Israeli UN Mission
characterized the un
attack by the combined
".;.pt and Syiia on Is-
'.: Kippur.
> ..-phcinous and sacri-
[ ioosc this Day of
It. to launch a war."
To -ay, as the Egyptian
Mir.i-ter Mohammed el-
I that Israel open-
b Vom Kippur was to
l on calumny, Eban de-
^ORI.n appeared shock-
IgK.-t as war engulfed
it at a time when
st expectedas Israelis
liest day of the
| r and the diplo
ume than 120 nations
fcred at the UN where
end the 25-year-old
!-t conflict topped the
I Jewish leaders mo-
jpport of Israel. A
emergency meeting!
Mew York Monday
time and place
Iced tor security rea-
c'unference of Pre-i-
American Jewish
pom convened in Mew
l afternoon for a
test development*
Minister Abba Eban.
{ton, Secretary of
r: A Kissinger con-
contacts with world
which began early
ing when he was
^ by aides of the
in the Mideast.
announced that
t m aircraft carrier
pr.ee with 80 aircraft
+.500 military per-
ioaid left At hen.- for an
lestination" and
of the IS Sixth
i,v Vice Admiral
Hi phy have "put to sea."
nation was imme-
| e from the IVnta-
li NV.v it was reported
'.wish Immigrants
SVC been floe
being detained
i transit center

I overnmenl Mid
that u had
dismay" of the
in the Middle
for an end to the
;h international
\i..\l. the Dutch
.(i the nu
Its tO Israel, Egypt
Israeli Airline.
was maintaining
!ule of flights to
II and West Gel-
led urgently Sunday foi
L of the in Security
I uss the new Mid-
I on. Prune Minis-
rd Heath announced the
after a weekend of
ndon with West Ger-
icellor Willy Brandt
IEPOKT8 from Paris
i French police con
i- h IV been massed in
. r. area of the chj to
possible Arab-Jewish
e have also in
t!,eir guards at Jewish
ilations in the
The Israeli Con-
I reported that hun-
volunteera have been
da] ukta to en
Israeli Armj and bun-
have phoned of-
tl contributions to
Jrmed forces.
v.oc. JTA learned from
sources in the Soviet
Union that groups of Jewish ac-
tivists all over the USSR have
sent messages of sympathy and
encouragement for Israel. Some
have directed their messages
through the usual postal chan-
nels other have used telephone
conversations to ask friends
abroad to COOvej then anxiety
about the new war in the Middle
Bast
President Habib Bourguiba ol
Tunisia, which has declared that
it was joining the war against
Israel, called on the Tunisian
Aimy and police to prevent "anti-
Semitic or racial demonstra-
tions." Radio Tunis said the Presl
dent took these precautions to
prevent possible demonstrations,
though none had been reported.
RADIO ALGIERS announced
Sunday mat the first Moroccan
medical teams arrived in Syria
and Egypt Sunday morning and
have already reached both fronts.
The Leadership Conference of
Women Religious."' represent
ing 180.000 Catholic Nuns in the
I' S cabled Pope Paul VI stat-
ing that they are "shocked and
saddened by the caicfully plan
ned and blasphemous attack of
the Arabs of Egypt and Syria
upon the Jews of Israel in \iola-
tion of their most holy day. Yom
Kippur."
Their message said, "To you as
our spiritual leader and teacher
. we i ell dous Sisti rs plead
that you -peak to the peoples of
the world tn eondtmn this sacri-
legious act ...-. a cannot remain
silent in the lace of thi- incredi-
ble defamation of a religious
group. This infamous act is not
only against the Jews but against
the sanctity of all religions. Not
only Catholics but people of the
whole world are awaiting your
condemnation of this Infamy."
The cable was signed by Si-
ter Fiance- Borgi and Sister Rose
Thering. president and secretary
<>. the Leadership Conference of
Women Religioua
Rabbi David Hollander, of the
Rabbinical Alliance ol America,
-aid that the Vom Kippur attack
on Israel "has a message for the
Arab-, the world and for the
Jew- and Israel."
THE MESSAGE to the \rab-.
he said is -Vim chose a daj that
you will bemoan because this
da) more than anj othi r nine.
the Jen itands vindii ated and
morallj
God who will lead Israel in
triumph I J >'' and Its al
lies
Rabbi II illander said th
the world, the Von, Kippur war
is i sharp reminder that it was
on that da) thai the Nads un-
leashed thell lava) t wrath and
Itillin .- i ainsl Jews before a
shocking!) callowed world The
date now chosen by the Arabs
is ., reminder to the world that
it not be guilty of the same moral
callousness lest it suffer that
consequence that Rows from
such immoral neutrality
Demomstrations in American
and European cities thai had
been originall) intended t P
teal the Austrian government's
decision to close down the emi-
grant transit camp at Schoenau
Changed spontaneously into out-
pom in.:- ol support for Israel.
Such was the case in London
where an interdenominational
rally sponsored by the All Party
psrliamentarj Committee for the
Release of Soviet Jewry marched
from the Austrian EmbSBS) W
the Israeli Bmbass) lo express
solidarity With Israel
111 group of pro Arab and
pro-Israel demonstrators hurled
epithets at each other in front of
the i-raeli UN Mission in New
York Sunday morning. Police
kept the two groups apart
Reaction to the new Middle
Tast war continued to pour in.
from world capitals. In Oslo.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Dag- |
finn Vaarik called on the U.S.
and Soviet governments to cxeti
pressure on the parties involved
to end the hostilities. Comment
ing on reports of heavy fighting
in the Sinai desert and Golan
Heights. Vaarik said the major
powers m their capacity is mem
ben of the UN Security Council
haw a special responsibility for
peace with security in the Middle
East
I.T. COL. Filing Lund of the
Norwegian Supreme Command
said that none of the Ii Norwe-
gian officers participating as UN
observers In the Mideast are in
Immediate danger.
At the United Nations, a UN
spokesman said Sunday afternoon
that no official request has ar-
rived from any nation calling for
a special Securit) Council meet
ing. The spokesman said there
had been press dispatches stat-
ing Britain and West Germany
jointly moved to have the Coun-
i 1 convi ne for action to halt the
Middle East war
IN sources explained that i f-
forts to obtain Council action
was not tiic same at I formal re
quest for a Council meeting
which would have to be accepted
The British position, it was ex-
plained here, is that there would
be no purpose in calling the
Council into action unless some
meaningful action could be ex-
pected to come out ol the lo
member body.
Israeli d l< gat ion members re-
af:irmed that I gypl and Syria
had launched all unprovoked at-
tack across the ceasefire lines to
ecurc an advantage during Is-
c, lebration of Vom Kippur.
lsiaeli Foeim. Minister Abba
Elan was conferring with United
suites officials and several Se-
curity Council members.
By RABBI SAMUEL !. FOX
u l' T' Jpwlvh T.i. ni.tpb;< \ic**no
Hiii is Hi.- Jewish festival of
Succoth celebrated in the fall?
A number of rabbinic sou
an perpl xed by this- question
Some of them ask why it wasn't
placed in the spring, since it per-
haps has something to do with the
exodus from Egypt which we know
took plate in the spring.
Rabbi Abraham Hten Ezra ex
plains tha' in their journey
through the w ''ii rness "
tect.n ; clouds of divine lorj of-
fered protection from the heat ol
the sun in the summer, In the
winter, when cooler v eathi r si t
in. the) built huts to pr ited Ihem
selves They, thus, began to use
-uch huts like succoth in th
Thus, the festival ci
these huts is scheduled for the
rail
others explain I
was timed for th we if
one lived In a hul du inj ...
spring or summer, il uld i
indication that h
to observe the Biblical (
m< i I w huh pie ol
isr.ii I ne to
livi n ,; ''"" "'
the tr.e. I ri
which
(I
Thee are othl I '' '
livin il a sign ol
th i
w-i festival, the
huts
harvest '' such a l
, rs might be over i by th
i rodui' their ov and
forgel lhal it was tl
who wa re pi risible foi
ductive achievi m I
holida) ol Su :oth was ma le in
the fall.
There are th:.-
the festival of Su<
a celebration of the
which was achieved le th
>f I-rael on Vom
of Atonement. This is why it
most happy festival, becau i
people make peace with the Al
might) and all la
Since Vom Kippur tab i '
in the fall because ;t fall
date which is the anniversar) ol
Moses coming down from Mt.
Sinai the second time with the
second set of tablets. Succoth
must, therefor.- be in the fall in
order to follow Vom Kippur.
pines
% Stand Tall
^% in Florida's
^^ Future!
Early Reports Seemed
Higlily Optimistic-
But Picture Changing
\,,,, ,. v p ii < t r.-.-'i. 'i I '..-I Orwi Cadimar
il m d p ui .i.i'ii-..! n laj
JERUSALEMOct. 8 More bombs were dropped
by the Israeli Air Force in one hour this morning than were dropped
by the Israeli Air Force throughout the whole of the Six-Day War.
At 8:10 this morning. Israeli planes raided five major Syrian airfields
Inflicting heavj lossts and damage on the enemy. The Egyptian Air
r nice activated this morning large numbers of aircraft to bomb Is-
raeli targets throughout Sinai. A military spokesman announced that
approximate!) 16 plains were downed by Israeli aircraft and anti-
ilrcrafl fire from Israeli forces. The Israelis also *iped out the 50-
man Egyptian commando unit.
The largest massive defense battle ever fought by the Israel de-
fense forces took plate all day yesterday along the Sues Canal and on
the niuhcrn front. Bands of Egyptians torn away from their units are
now astra) In Sinai. Four-hundred Egyptian tanks which had crossed
the Sues IVC been tripped in the Egyptian bridgehead across the
1 The Israi 11; ive also wiped out 400 Syrian tanks.
At the outbreak of the war Saturday afternoon, the total of Egyp-
tian and Syria i forces was believed to exceed the combined might of
the .1 rab irmies durli the Six-Day War by approximately 30 per cent.
Israeli forces expect lo be outnumbered by six-io-onc. The dispro-
! ratio in numbers has not had any deterrent effect on
,. saecj iu the air. on the land an on the sea. how-
. ver.
his is that Israel has not mobilised all hrr
.mi out b) the fact thai Israel has not yet mobilised all her
rne rirst res rvi were called aul Saturda) afternoon; many
,s and received special dispensation from rabbit,
Rock back home as news .if the war was
tational airways. Man) of them wen handed
the) landed in Lod. The was closed to traffic
e d twe days ol the war. Bui ipecial flights were allowed
pe ate.
V large airlift of several hundred Russian lewish immigrants came
lit poll in Vienna to Israel. The Jewish Agency reieiv-
depleted due to mobilization and the new immigrants
! man; "I their former countrymen who decided to
e r the job of th Jew! h Ageacj representation who had been
to the front Hospitals throughout the country were besieged by
: i.ers Man> of them gave blood. Some were politely sent away
but others have been absorbed into the emergency system.
There was a little anxiety on the Hebrew University campus on
mi SeopnCwere 1.0M overseas students were reassurred by university
administrators and given facilities to telephone their families. Many
of them velum ered Tor emergency sendees, and were accepted.
Civilians who were evacuated from settlements in the Golan Heights
were this afternoon given permission by the Emergency Northern
Command t- return le their homes. There has been no panic on the
,.a,t of the Israel population. Blackout orders have been scrupulously
observed throughout !he country, and headlights of cars have been
painted black Windows have been taped against shattering in the un-
likelv evenl that the enemj will be dropping bonibs in urban areas.
Streets are almost descried even in (he evening with Israelis
Staying close to radio and television.
Reports from arm) -ources have been optimistic despite conflict-
Ing reports from Aiab news broadcasts. The firi l-raeli casualties
have been brought back from the front. The number was not very
high. Israeli commentaters broadcasting from the fi nt lines over a
hall of gunfire, have reported bean Egyptian and Sydan casualties.
At four Monday afternoon, it was announced that the back of the
Syrian advance had been broken.


*
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-.Jenitf rttridttor North Brow'rd
Friday, October 19. 1973
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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20
Sabra Hadassah dinnerdance 'Dollars for Scholars"
Harris Imperial House, Pompano
SI NO AY, OCTOBER 21
Fort Laudeidale Bnai Ii'rith Men membership p.m.
MONDAY. OCTOBER 22
Veteran Day
Brandeis study group
Beth Israel Men'i Club
WEDNESDAY, OTTOBIR 24
Ahavah B'nai Brith -rn,M.,l meeting
Federation annual board meeting p.m.
JWB and Auxiliary 730 board meeting pm
Coral Ridge ORT board meeting
Port Laudei 1 meeting
THI RSDAY. OCTOBER 25
mple Emanu El Men s I tub board meeting 8 p.m.
Sabra !!.,.i.:-ah !'.
Brandeis stud: group
Sab:.. H i general mi I First Federal, Delray
, Hadassah [em ml meetinj I pie Sholom
.... Madaasab general meeting Kargate Jewlah Cen-
ter noon
Tamar group of Port Lauderdale Chapter, Hadassah paid-
up membership tea
Alpha Omega dinner meeting 6:30
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27
Ahavab B'nai Brith 'Mystery Halloween Night" p.m.
Temple Emanu-El Couple Club Halloween parly 8:30
p.m.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28
Tamar p.m. fall fund raiser for medical organization
Plantation Community Center, 55SS Pine Tree Rd.
Temple Emanii hi Men's Club breakfast 10 am.
Bridge 7:80 p m.
MONDAY. OCTOBER 29
mple Emanu-El Sisterhood study 10 a.m. to noon
Beth Israel Sisterhood brunch -- 11 am.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30
Federation annual meeting
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1
long. Board of Emanu-El 8 PM
Port Lauderdale Hadassah board meeting a.m.
North Broward Hadassah Chapter hoard meeting a.m.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Temple Emanu-El Las Vegas nite
Religious
I Services
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) Centarva-
tive. 7100 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Phillip A. Labowitz. Cantor
Maurice Nets.
EMANU-EL. Si8 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rjbbi Arthur J Ab-
rimi. Cantor Jerome Klemer.. 48
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (-Temple). 132 Sh 1 :th Avt.
Conservative. Rabbi Morrla A. Skop.
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer.
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Fall Membership Luncheon Nov. 13
The Fort Lauderdale-Pompano
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luncheon at Palm-A ire Country
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11:30 a.m.
Quasi speaker will be Prof Lav
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rhe topic of discussion will be "I.-
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'Personal History of Jews oi South' Misnamed Autobiography
ll\CIALS," by EH N. Evans (Athencum,
|3t)8 PP ) '* subtitled "A Personal History
In the South We admit that we were
!he.se word- Al a historian. 1 know that
is a reflection of the values, biases, preju-
ntcllcctual backgiound of the author No
write purely objectively No one can di-
[f completelv from th- events which he
I rsonal history" is an autobiography, and
taphy cannot be written of a group such as
South." Thua the title i- an anachronism.
twever, turns oul to be more autobiograph-
Moricai
u i- a grants officer of the Carnegie
i- born and reared in Durham. N.C.. and
, Mutt and Sara BvaBl Mult served as
frham from lf>30 to 1981 I met them at a
rence when I was president of the south-
easl region of the ZOA. They were a charming couple
and devoted workers for Israel, if the son had named
In, book "The BvaiN Family of Durham," the title
would be more appropriate.
The author stales that "I am not certain what it
means to be both a Jew and a Southerner," and then
lu' writes "1 have attempted to bare the soul of the
Jewish South ," Paradox follow- digressions, and
one is reminded of Ichabod Crane who ran out of the
house, jumped on his horse and rode off in all direc-
tions
The book la not a history of the Jews in the
South although there are glimpses of piuser of such
history. Historical errors abound; there never was an
Inquisition or even an official of the Spanish Inquisi-
tion in Florida. The statement that "Spanish Jews
(read Sephardim) all but disappeared into the Amer-
ican melting pot" around 1848 is another error.
Despite Evans' opinion, Zionists were nol rare in
the 1940s. The author apparently is not fantiliar with
Mortimer May, of Tennessee, who is more Southern
than the Evans' and who. together with numerous
Orthodox rabbis (rarely mentioned in the book) such
as Cooper of Weal Viaginia and Kling of South Caro-
lina, the Levy family of Savannah, Bob Peraky of
Augusta, Wnick of Knoxville, Jaffee of Birmingham.
et. al., enrolled thousands of Southern Jews into Zion-
i in.
The rola ol sever.1. Reform rabbis in anti Zionism
and the American Council for Judaism is a twice-told
tale, but the author ignores the existence of Mizrachi
in the South. The late Harry Simonhoff. hi- brother
Sam and their parents were devoted Wi rkers for Pal-
estinian Jewry in Charleston, S.C., in the 19208, and
! member of the South Carolina Le
i 1923
4U
ten Names of Outgoing Year
Haifa
Ll\ we present our
, i ll.i--h.uia list Of
i ii made headlnes
ring the year juft
all were 'heroes"
sense, hut each
: ime or notori
le I no name can
ar in this annual
I .1 order
fcoroff. Though rnur
Tei .Viv shore
Vrlosoroff made
I ,i- old ounds
and bitter
rcharges were
n Laborites
over the old
> killed Arlosoroff?
onists i esp >nai-
The entire nation
ked when this
member was
ke> member of a
- ring in Israel
tuilt) to many of the
Y-\ linn and was sen
1 term in prison.
\l Touni, the de
... Arab, who hi-
S.mese plane and
I in what he
e-ture of Aral)
| The even! had
- "fa comic opera
r e had dire and
i sequences.
Imlt. first incumbent
ll German) to vtaU
k< with Golda Meir
s i conducted in
friendly spirit, and
l demonstrations
far less than
been expected!.
^Iien. member of the
services, shot
|r: (pending battle
Bb terrorists and Is
raeli agenta who seek to contain
or prevent Arab violence.
Siincha Diuit/. named Israel
ambassador to Washington sue
ceeding Yitzhak Rabin. His ap
pointmenl was insisted on by
Golda Meir, and in the months
that have intervened he has am-
plj vindicated Ihe Premier'? con-
fidence in him.
Meir Kalian-, h ad of the Jew-
ish Defense League, whose un-
orthodox program af Jewish "de-
fense ran afoul of Israel law.
He was j.,i:ed for a time and must
i face charges, bul has ex-
pressed desire to run for a seat
in the Knessi t.
Ephralm Kat/ir. distinguished
ntlst, elected by the Knesset
.i- fourth president of Israel,
after a la-sl minute surprise nom
ination bj the dotninanl Labor
Partj
Regina Petkovskaya, a recent
immigrant from Russia she was
the tenter of a scandal when
ian Immigrants were
arrested for murdering a Naza
reth Arab who was found in hei
company under sireumstaneea
which tin- assailants considered
a hi u "ii Ii w ish honor.
Ai ik Sharon, popular and da: h
Ing armj general, who quit the
armed forces in a huff, went in-
to politico and led the wa> for
formation of a rij hi wing all in
ment to cl lien [e the 29 year
old abor hegemony in Ihe com
ins national electioni
And for those who think they
have a good memory, how man)
of la t year*! Top fen New Names
cm you Identify? They were
Halm Bar-Lev, Mordechai Fried
man. Giora Godik, Mrs. GIU Levy.
Gior.i Neumann. KOSO Okamoto.
Bishop Joseph Raya, YaaeM
Shimshon Shapiro. Vit/hak Shu
blnsk) aad Israel Yeahayahu.
And the following will require
Israel's ipei ial attention in the
coming year:
Pursuit of Peace. This con
Unties to be Israel's major eon
ration There has been no
breakthrough, but optimists note
encouraging glimmers on several
fronts
Inflation. This has in recent
years moved steadily up the list.
until today it takes terrifying pri-
ority over even military matters
a .source of major concern for
Israel's stability.
Povert\. Economic boom has
served to set m sharp contrast
the pockets ,.( dire poverty which
exist in many cities, and which
even a Socialist regime has found
it inipos-ible to eliminate.
Defense. For the first time in
many years this item drops a bit
loue. on the list. With g tod res
son Israel feels itsell more >.
cure against its foes, despite oc-
casional terrorist dramatics;
Wolf Mankowitz: Big
Sensation a( Cannes
WOLF Mankowitz wrote the screen play to the British picture, The
Hireling." the .sensation of the recent Cannes Film Festival,
shoe n to the piess corps at the Burbank Studios last month.
The 49-year-Old novelist and screen writer, author of Kid for
i-Wl |,,Hi; ... a Passover storj transposed to the East End of Lon-
don; the prize-winning 'The Bespoke Overcoat," from Ihe short story
by Gogol with a Yiddish nigun; and "Bloomfleld." the film about an
Israeli footballer starring Richard Harris, developed the current
) .1111
IT is a delicately-phrased woman's storj from a novel b) L. P.
Ham y. II Robert Shaw, the hired chauffeur, and Sarah Mies.
;1 mentall] b d young socialite, the chance to dep mer
relationship between two unlikely partners who, chained to the post-
Victorian period of the 1920s, are unable to reverse the roles which
the class system has imposed on them
The sensitive, rather intimate film has been produced by John
Heyman (the executive producer of the recent "Hitler* picture) for
I ,-'., .. pel. a* with Man Bridges, a recruil from British television,
din Cting or. actual locations.
Jjits'iJ 5chwartz
There's Just No Place Like Home
ujY TEEN-AGE nephew and
* niece have returned after a
year's stay in Israel. They loved
the countrj Before the days ol
modern Zionism, only the aged
Jews went to Palestine. Their
great-great-grandmother tried to
settle there, when she was 80
years Old bul the Turks wouldn't
lei her Despite her age, she had
a will of her own, and the Turks
no doubt figured it was best not
to take chances With both Her/1
and grandma to fight, they weii-
bound to lose
w,. v. r reading a report
-hi h said thai something like
40.000 Russian Jews entered Is-
rael the past year. Many of them
no doubt have -treat problems of
adjustment
11 IS not easy for an older
person to accept a new country.
There was the man from New
ark who went to London. It's a
great city, he agreed, but not
like Newark And Paris had great
charm, hut it was not like New-
ark Finally, he arrived in Heav-
en Mi- here it ma different, it
was Intoxicating, a fairyland but
deer's Dale With a Russian Girl Was Big Hoax
Tel \viv
l-VRZEL i- a young
ose whole, young
kn wrapped up with
Suddenly, after one
ad, he has learn-
i- to be a Jew You
\ a Sabra. a Kibbutz
took his .icv\ ishnean
V he never had to
fd> to prove he MS.
n of the Israeli I'ni-
' h ch played in the
itv (Janus in
fcmar was appalled to
"'vs beaten
m and degraded because Ihe)
had the tuts to cheer for the
Israelis.
Light moments on the Rus
Jan trip were few and far be
tween for the athletes, 'vh.it
with the constant harassment.
the ever present aecurlt) and
the pathetic i light of Russian
.lew rv The only laugh the boys
had wa- a prank played 00 a
Tel Aviv sports writer
There i a writer who was
1-lt behind, when Russia can-
celled media visas, who man
aged to reach the basketball
<.
KJJI
CJ
cm
team h; phone daily.
EACH DAY he called look
iiu for a sc iop. One of the
hoops! er- suggested, "Let's
our man in Tel Aviv a big
'scoop' the next tune he calls.
Let tell him Jo-.hu..
Schwartz (one of the bas
keteers) Is dating Olga Korbut
CVi rv ni -lit It he prints that,
then we'll know what a big
writer he is'
Don't you know. The sports
writer fell tor it. ran the story
made a worldwide commo
lion. The real rtorj behind this
"scoop" apparent!) i< known
onl) to the Israelis. Schwartz
isn't thai good I basketball
player, but bis name has gained
renown as the "Israeli who
dati .1 the Russian ath-
lete Thus is tame created. Is
raeli style
alas, it. too was nol like Newark.
King .lames had made life mis-
erable for the Pilgrims, as they
were to be called, and after a
strenuous voyage on the May-
flower they reached the coast of
Massachusetts.
Beautiful country, beautiful
trees, beautiful harbor. They set-
tled there, but their hearts long-
ed for old England and they
named their cities. Boston, Wor-
cester after the English cities
they left behind.
Some of them, too, were nood
Zionists. They gave biblical
names to some town- That s why
v.e have Salem. Ifass and Jeru-
salem. Rhode Island.
IB JEWS coming from Rus-
sia to America said. "A klug zu
Columbus." They liked 'he new
world, but there was nostalgia
for the little towns they had left
"Home, Sweet Home" what
American has not felt the an-
guish of this song by John How-
ard Isaacs 1 mean. John How-
ard Payne? (ta America. I tend
to forget, the child goes by the
father's name.) Payne's mother
was Jewish, nol his father. Her
name was Sarah I aacs
We think it was the Jewish
perl of Payne that wrote "Home
s.v. el Home." Je have been
the eternal wanderers and that
perhaps is the explanation of the
strength of the Zionist idea, it
just means that Jews also are
entitled to a homeland.


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