The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale


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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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v. : ill. ;
Fred K. Shochet.
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Miami, Fla


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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Klewisti Floridian
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Number 22
November 1. 1974
Price 25 cents
ael Dayan Guest Speaker
[r Campaign Kickoff Brunch
Alvin Capp And Harry Lembeck
Head Plantation Men's Division
fccl Dayan. well known I-
author and daughter of
i> fi aae Minister Moshe
kri!T be to I speaker
It Plantation Woncn'l
of t!i-
. Port Lauderdale
irning. ao ording to
felis Chudnow. chairman.
Susan Scgaul cochair-
Plantation Won
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airman, .i id Harr) Lambeck
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app i Florida resident
from Cora1
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Continued on Page S
Gait Mile Area (>ets Early
Start On 1975 UJA Campaign
k. Anger Follow
ake of UN Move
iJTA' An-
fthrouKh the Jewi-'i
and among
ire .n the wak.
Nail it rx-ral As-
S-; ladng
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and inviting it to
in on the
iv .' it* n
\o the M.te,
may not.'' liailawd
Bl Miller, chairman of
wee of Presidents of
ran Jewish Ontani-
Bich represent- (-' of
\ largest national
r: i and secular
tMITTlMi the PLO
0 ahnot tiieir way In-
Itroyed whatever pre
mained that it was a
adjudication of inter-
Unites and the keep-
i international peace."
^Brr said
H>*:-. Mtter statement
by Sen. Jacob K. Ja-
N V I, who t ra: ltd tl
unwarranted and dangerous pre-
Continued on Page 9
In e Jewish
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Continued on Paer 3
T:ie leadership of the Gait Mile area campaign includes
from lofl Nathan Halporn, Al Gheitner, Scm S;ligman
and Rubin Le: Federation Campaign Associate.
Mrs. Jack Levine To Head
Women's Division Campaign
Allan E. Baer, general campaign chairman, points to organi-
zat-onal chart used during the first decision making meet-
ing of the Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdaie's
1974-75 Campaign Cabinet Oct. 14 at Pier 66. Listening in
tently are Efraim Sevela. (loft) guest speaker, and Dr.
Robert Seqaul, cochairman of the Plantation Division and
the Professional Division. Additional pictures. Page 6.
m E Bai r err. ..
man, and Mrs Ah in
S Gross, president of the Wom-
en's Division of the Jewish Fed
of Greater Fort Lauder
i\e announced that Edith
(Mrs Jack Levine will oi
D \ ii n
in the 1975 United Jewish Ap-
peal Israel En Fun.!
campaign as campaign chair
Inder her on--; -ader
ship, the Women's Dh i
\ ear achieved l tie h b h si
centage increase of anj com
munity in the I'nited States and
In accepting I Mn
i Use
of her deep conviction that the
needs of the peonle of Israel are
more crucial than ever before
and that Jewish women mu-".
participate fully to help Israel
survive and achieve a just and
honorable peace
In her native Boston and in
Sprinefield. Mi- Mrs Lei
has he'd top positions of respon-
s.hihtv A graduate of Beaton
Unlversltj she is a funnel chair-
man of the Women's Division
campaign, for both I'JA and Is-
Bonds in Springfield.
A life memb r of Hadassah
and National Council of Jewish
Women. Mr- Levine also served
on the executive board of the
Jewish Home for the Aged, was
vice president of Temple Sinai
and a director of the Springfield
Continued on Page 8-

Page 2
> knitt Fkrk&Mi
of Greater Fort LaudacdaU
Friday, November
Chairmen Appointed For
Broivard Inited War Drive
\ ard Saar. Lauierdale-By-
The S-a architect. Arnold Ra'
\ .!. nt f:'r conmunity
development of Gtilfstream Land
k Devetopcnoat corp. and PI
Lauderdale businessmen Gerald
F Bott and John F Kinr have
been appointed station chairman
of the 1979 Initrd Way cam
Saar. a trraduate of the I'ni-
virs:t> of Miami. 1? chairman of
architects" section He is a
:iber of the American battl
t.."> of Architects.
Ramos, former District Four
engineer of the Florida Depart
ment of Transportation, is cha-r
man of the d>ve1wmcnt an.i
cntrurtion section of the
United Way
A senior member of hh the
FHnds Engineering Society and
the National Society of Register
Professional Fi,
Ramos i a eraduate of the I'ni
versify of Florida.
II. -t will head th- vine'
mjinr rrmips" section and Ring
b been aooointed real estate
>n chairman
Pott, manager .>f Kidd'T Pta
k i"o will handle l>iten
W.-v accounts which do m>' '. '
r snec:fK- headincs A mem
I nf th" Ft l.auderdale Rntar>'
f v: ind .1
Vork Chamber of Con-
" alumni eh.
Florida for the t'niver-
Ring, owner of John F Rinn
Realtors. *nv estate section
chairman for the 1!'T2 Ui
Wav campaign A past president
of the PI I ludeilUlc Sales and
\!..rke!.ng Cluh and Ft Lander
dale Jaycees Rins is a past di-
rector of the Kiwanis and is a
dr'-ecfm- of the Rmward County
Saf Council He is vice presi
dent of the Ft Lauderdale Area
Board of Realtors and a director
of th* Florida Assn of Realtors.
Mrs. Robert O Fowell of Ft
Lauderdale and Dr David J
Preacher of Hollywood have
been appointed section leaders in
the 1975 I'nited Way campaign
Mrs Powell is vice chairman
in charge o' ,we residential cam
paign Dr Preacher, a chiroprao
tic physician, is heading the
chiropractors section
A graduate of the Inrrersi'y
ef Honda. Mrs Powe'l i past
rreident of the Childrens' Aid
Hub and the Junior League of
Ft Lauderdale She is a mem
ber of th-' Ram Ri\,r C uinnl
Dr Ire-ieher. who was al 0
rh.-irmn .>f the chiroprartic
?ion of !h" I'nited Wav laat
I nemrwr of the Greater He!
]yvM*i 'ii.irnher of (">mmerrr.
TMMhI of the Broward County
Chin wd men
of th- V I <<' 1 iaam
and the < 'f Roenti
Of the Ann r.ran ChiropTt
Book RtVie* Al
Sisterhood! Lunch
The Ststerh! of T
L'manuM will hold a hUadMan
meetinK Tuesday at 1045 a m.
The ^rmrram will i?al
Annie A.kerman. in h r
<.i The Cuiwinf1 b\ r
Mrs Ada rman who lives in /
Miami. a prominent elm I ^.
.in and a political activist 1
who ban twn in the forefront
as an organi. er and leade:
local ''r.i. and
tinle ccHatallinrn are Te*
k Ball Shirl. >
Btng Si '
ip will hold It! r-\-
Wednes la) N
organizational meet ng
r.v, wai n
ri an Shi

n with 1 d
Brodzkis Honorees Nov. J7
At Beth Israel Bonds Event
Mr and Mrs Jacob Brodrki.
charter members of Temple
H.-th Israel, will receive the
United Wav Totals Show Increases
A current total of $76,113 28 ,n
llfl I'nited Way fund-rais-
ing campaign was announced
laat week at a group chairmen's
The figure represents only
those official reports in the
I'nited Way data bank, said
Harold E. Walker I'nited Wav
campaign chairman It cannot
be compared to laat year bycause
estimates aa well as actual fig-
ures were aaed in the first re-
port ;n l*T4's campaign.
However, todays figure i> 18
percent higher than the same
croups who reported at this
time last year
We know that there actually
are many more thousands of dol-
1 led.'ed to the United Way,"
Waifcer said However we feel
we cannot officially report it un-
I the figures are in our of-
Very few results of employe-
re in
eluded because most of those
campaigns are still in process or
are just being tallied within the
Th* total reported in the major
group division to date h $*1
14138. a nearly 18 percent in
crease over last vear
Major groups include autom
bile dealers, banks, department
stores, development and con
struction, education, government
employees hospitalitv health
care, industrial, media. Barings
and loans, utilities. I'nited Way
agencies, mass merchandising
and commercial
The professional division ton!
is 3433 percent higher than thi- lat year with a S9 4S8 total
an increase of $2,425 over list
The professional group in
eludes attorne\s. dentists, en-
gineers, chiropractor-, architects,
medical doctors, podiatrists and
chiropodist-, ratified public ac-
countant*. >cte. inanans. op:
etnt- uaWS ctrop*t'i- fu
neral d.rectors real estate pe .
pie. insurance agencies and in-
aataaaal bankers
The small business division
and residential campaigns are
just getting underwa.v The small
business divuion. however, is 50
percent higher than at this time
laa] vear
*. in* *s jacoa mmi
Kate of brael Masada Award at
1 | paj 1 Beth Is
Mnaei >i Stata, according to
it .'.M Phillip v Ihantti
ituai leader of 'he Ft Lauderdale
congregation and general chair
man of th- Nov 17 Israel Bo:*is
dinner to be held at the temple
In making the announcement.
Rabbi l.ah.>wiU said he was
pleased with their selection.
since "Jaroh and Peggy Brodiki
are members of that select group aiways finds time for the
cause >f Israel and the Jewish
com await!
The Masada Award
crating the 1900th anm
of the heroic defen-e of the Ian.
rr of Masada. the laat J^
stronghold to fall m (fee r,^,
conquest ot Pal I ^
sented for notable ncasW
in fortifying the economic fata,
da'ions of Israel and
ing its hooes for peati- y
dom so thst it, p- gj ^^
again be faced with
dom of Masada '
R- .|/ki a resid
erd.sle for BOOT ^A
named \' of I -|
l7l 72 >* H'nai I LaaJ.
1971 72 h R | Ij^.
ganration which he .<, u ,
memlver of the '
la Masai rampsli;,
I d Jrw>.h \:>f Ma>
h-r al raM J f
Greater Fort Ijnidr-d
inceotioa. Bro'/ki .-
rfertl Bros
Bonds hoard of |
a", .ated with
Trchn:on Sc-"ptv an
niaatioa of Arae
M | Br ntrki
urrr of Temple Bi isd
- ui member of ti.
s sterhood \
of Hadassah. she bt i at area
dent of B'nai Brr.h Woaiej
Chapter No .145 and aattaT
member of the Sun Dial \-ii-
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November 1. 1974
*-tcni%tnr*rtinr ed Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 3
>pp and Lembeck Head Plantation Div
Advanced Level Gass Introduced
Mr Capp i* member of
Templr Emanu-EI where he
uught Sunday School. He la cur-
ni]y a vice preiident of the
American Jewish Committee
Broard County Chapter, chair-
man of the Federation Young
-hip Group, member of
the board of directors and execu-
.mittee of the Federation
ilrman of the Communit)
oni Committee.
Mr lapp is also a member of
ward County Bar Associa
\ :.i rican Bar Association.
Bar, Bar of the Supreme
if the United States, an
>r on the Arbitration
of the American Arbitra
\ ution and of the Na
Association of Security
Hi .*.i a member of the
Committee of The
Wa^hinRton University
\<*.K-iation from 1964 tc
iid an instructor in the
Pr >ward County Adult Education
! Advanced Real Estate
I..ia and Practice. Labor Rela-
Lew from 1985 to 1968.
Rabbi, President
Attend Conclave
It Beth Israel will be
I. mx representatives to
I' Southeast Ketrion United
M of America's annual
Uon, to be heM on
.living Weekend at Gat-
Attending the convention will
and Mrs. Phillip
/ f
trial; Mr, and Mrs. Jules
president of the
}< < in.l Mr and Mrs. Jacob
The Southeast Regional Con-
attrarts delegates from
iltern states, including
large contingent from South
.i The Convention affll
I ;i.irlunities BO atttnd
} al workshofia on all areas
I ogua life, in addition to
p itiK ideas and programs
I > l*ing used in the Con-
v Synagogues of th

Uraetdr of the Southeast
Is Kabbi Seymour Kried
"i'>uth Director of the
is Harry Silverman
hi' li nt is Joe Golden.
I Volunteers Need
[/Eggs Cases And
- the little plasUc cases
| .;ij;s are in. are needed
the more 1.000 volunteers of
hY tired Senior Volunteer
The volunteers plan to decorate
fill the cases with candy
liver one to each resident
> Howard convalescent

RSVP a United Way Agency.
putting the posters in offices
ores in an attempt to get
'pie to donate the empty
and materials for decor
hem may be delivered to
KSVP office. 1300 S. An
w* Ave. Ft Lauderdale. or
fj v* ill be picked up by calling
The RSVP program is a com
meal of the Service Agency for
lemur Citizens.
?;th itu
71? H : lie* I
Mr Capp practices law in Ft
Lauderdale where he resides
with his wife Gail and his chil
dren Barbara and Edward.
Harry Lembeck graduated
from Ohio State Undergraduate
School and Ohio State Law
School He served with the U.
Marine Corps from 1967 to 1971.
achieving the rank of Captain!
He ft a member of the Patera-
lion's Board of Directors and
bacutive Committee and was co-
chairman of the Young Leader
ship Group during 1973
Mr Lembeck is also the re
cipicnt of the Jewish Pedera
turn of Greater Ft Lauderdale'i
Young Leadership Award. This
award is one of the highest hon-
ors bestowed by the Federation
He is a legal advisor for the
Federation, chairman of the sub
committee for review of its by
la*s and also serves on the Com
munity Relations Committee.
Mr. Lembeck practices law in
I>a\ie and resides with his wife
Karen, and. his scm Jpshua* ^n
In announcing their appoint
men:. Mr Baer stated that both
men express confidence in a IUC
restful Plantation campaign and
look lo the Plantation area foi
immediate and future leadership
for the Jewish community
Gait Mil,. \r,.a (in* Eariv Start
(Continued From Page 1)
nd carr> on ad icatioaaJ and
conai unpalgn tor
1975 Therefore, during the
months i if August and i>art of
September contacta were made
and steering eommtttaa was
set ii[v
At its first organized meeting
in early September. Nathan
Halpern, I resident of Regency
Towers, volunteered as chair-
man of the steering committee
assisted by Al Ghcrtner. a resi-
dent of the RJvtara Towers
Both of these residents who are
originally from Nashville. Tenn .
assumed full responsibility for
the organization of the Gait
Mile The months of SeptemU-r
and October were set aside lor
this purpose
Mr Halpern now reports that
he ha> obtained a building chair-
man for the Play a Fast. Plaza
South. Gait Towers, Regency
Towers. Galleon. Ocean Club
and Riviera Towers.
At a recent meeting hold with
Mi Haljiern and Mr Ghertner.
it was agreed that during the
month of February the commit-
tees in each of the buildings
will be broadened, meetings will
be held with these committees,
and plans for an all out fund
raising affair will be set in the
months of IVcember. January
and February.
Sidney Klkman. originally
from Philadelphia, and now re
siding at the Ocean t'luh Con-
di .minium, will not only assume
reaponsibtut) for his bulkftag,
but assume the chairmanship th. toecial gifts division for thai
Mr. Halpern repi I
Thii n will coordinate Iti
efforts with the city wide
ipeclal gifts commit!
i Baer, chairman of the
dty wide campaign, speaking at
the recent dty wide cabinet
meeting of the community re-
marked that he was "exceeding-
ly pleased with the prog
made on the Gait Mile this
is the first time in the hiStOT]
Of our Federation that we are
I ginning to see leadership
develop! on the beach with
good organisation which will
assure the success of the cam-
i aign.
"I realize this is only a begin-
ning with a lot of hard work
still ahead of us." Mr Baer add-
ed. We still have to determine
the best means of solicitation in
this area. But I have no that with this type of organiza-
tion and leadershio the Gait
Mile will k" over its top in its
Mr. Halpern. in respond-
ing to Mr. Raer's remarks de-
clared. The goals set by the
campaign committee is not be-
yond our means. Development of
raapnnalbla leadership and org-
anization will make this pos-
sible. The needs of Israel are
BO gri at. survival so urgent, that
with this message strongly
brought to the attention of our
people they will respond with
a greater contribution than
What was given last year," he
Temple Beth Israel recently in-
troduced an advanced level of
courses to its fourth year after-
noon Hebrew School. The
"Daled" class meets every Sun-
day from 10:00 a.m. to noon, and
Monday and Wednesday even-
ings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
In announcing this new system
of education. Miles P. Bunder,
education director, hopes that
Ih.s will bring renewed interest
in a wide range of Judaic sub-
jects. The courses include Jewish
Law, Jewish Philosophy, An Un
demanding of Prayer. Bible and
History. Israel and Current
Events, and the Jewish Way of
Departmentalization and team
teaching will enable all tt
subjects to be taught on a high
level Teaching these courses
will be Mrs Rachael Keller. Mrs
Natalie Godin, and Mr. David
The Daled classes at Beth Is-
rael consist of over 60 students,
all of whom will be Bar and Bat
Mitzvah within the year.
Tuesday Book Review
A series of book reviews will
be presented by the SLsterhood
of Temple Sholom. Pompano
Beach, on the fourth Tuesday of
each month, under the chair-
manship of -Mrs. Mary Freeman.
Mis Diane Markowitz will be
featured in the first of the
series: she will summarize the
lest seller "For Those I Loved,"
by Martin Gray, Tuesday, Nov.
26 at s p.m.
Monthly Card Parly
The Sisterhood Of Margate
Jewish Center will hold Its reg-
ular monthly card party In the
center Wednesday ;t 12:30 p.m.
Refreshments and prizes iii be
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Fattening Tliem Up Free
It would be easy to say that Soviet deception knows
no bounds. But it is much more truthful to say thai U.S.
political naivete knows no bounds.
The crunch between Sen. Jackson and the Soviet "an-
nouncement" on the easing of emigration restrictions is not
as a result of the fact that the Soviets changed their minds.
It is that the American people accepted the Soviet
decision as a tact, when in reality Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger didn't tell either Sen. Jackson or the American
people the full story until the eve of his departure for
Moscow and a meeting with Leonid Brezhnev.
Once Kissinger cleared the air of "misconceptions."'
the grim reality emerged. The Soviets want Most Favored
Nation status, but they're not going to change their internal
policies to suit us.
Forget Dr. Kissinger. One is used to the half-story
from him by now. What we must observe instead is just
how tenacious Sen. Jackson will remain in his purpose,
which is to hold back on Most Favored Nation status until
the Soviets ease up on the restrictions.
For a change, will the Soviets have to pay for what
they get? Or will we continue to make the enemy fat free
of charge?
U.S. Bombers No Different
The best one can say about U.S. policy in the Middle
East is that it is schizophrenic.
The U.S. delegation to the United Nations sees the
danger in Palestinian policy and voted "no" to the resolu-
tion that awarded the Palestine Liberation Organization
with official status at the UN and the right to participate
in future debate on the late of the "Palestinian" refugees.
But the U.S. does not see any danger in arming the
Arabs to the teeth at the same time that the Russians axe
doing the same thing.
And so, while new MIG-23's are going to Egypt and
Syria, we axe sending Skyhawk fighter-bombers to Kuwait,
although it is common knowledge that the Kuwaitis will
turn right around and ship the Skyhawks to the Syrians
or Egyptians, or to any other Arab nation ready and will-
ing to engage Israel in battle.
If the State Department refuses to believe this, then it
might look into what Kuwait is doing with its purchases
of French-built Mirages, once the staple of the Israeli Air
They are going directly to Egypt also. Why should
our planes be any different?
Spirit of Idealism Returned
The pickle in which top Israeli financial institutions
and industries find themselves, including some of Hista-
drut's finest enterprises, is a direct result of the "wheel-
and-deal" era which predominated in Israel on the eve of
the Yom Kippur War.
Some observers have suggested that, were the specu-
lative atmosphere less obviously greedy, less obviously
alien to everything for which the Jewish State has proudly
stood since its inception, the Arabs would have been less
likely to attack.
That is a matter of pure speculation. Such decline-of-
Rocne theories applied to Israel do not explain Israel's
valiant defense and her ultimate triumph over the would-
be invaders.
nevertheless, one can not help having the feeling
mat there is some substance to Ihe theory.
Without a doubt, the war brought the national shock
of recognition that Israel is no longer immune to massive
military assault, and perhaps there is a margin of truth
in the charge that an excessive Israeli zeal lor materialist
progress, for the soft life, encouraged the enemy to con-
clude that Israeli idealism, and therefore Israel's capacity
to defend herself, had flagged.
Luckily, the enemy was wrong But the scandalous
collapse of the Credit Bank of Geneva and its ties to the
Israeli Economic Corp. should clear the air of this unhappy
So. Beaeh Center Dedieation
last one year ago, we witnessed the tears of South
Beach residents who were absolutely numbed by a teen-
ager's burning of their South Beach Activities Center.
There, they went daily to engage in ail sorts of activi-
ties that kept them occupied and with a sense of the worth
of living.
With the Center burned beyond use. they wept for
what seemed to be the end of their purpose. As they saw
it. they no longer had a reason to be.
But the elderly residents of South Beach now have a
new and beautiful facility.
Sunday, the new South Beach Activities Center, com-
pletely rehirbished with hinds contributed largely by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, was dedicated.
Now, those using the Center daily can once again
wake to a day they can look forward to to friendship
and the meaningful passing of time.
Not only the elderly who use the Center's facilities.
but the entire community axe grateful.
Detente is Whatever Reds Warn
I/ISHINKV HAS the kind of
emotional meaning for Jews
that the "Kristallnacht" does.
In the twentieth century,
modern and humanistic values
should have reigned. Instead,
pagan and feudal practices, loan-
ed together by the fanatic e,.\y
of (."hristian thought and reeling.
flung themselves upon a de-
fenseK'-s Jewish community to
estroy it.
THK KI*H!NKV pogrom of
I9u"> waa sa auerifytag a g
ta.le that it caused Tedo.
\cit to sever i.s. reJatloaa with
That la why i,o>nid BrsshnsVa
speech in Kishinev the other
week was doubly deplorable
Kishinev km nsa Isrga Jew-
ish population, and IJre/hnev
vme there, to thai tlty and no
other to wain the world 1
untesi Israel wtthdruwi fl the
Arab land* she has i
I ffffr war. things will
go I : her in the MMdaf.
I SI ITOli OOBpOSln Brc/h-
a'so intended to warn Jews
away bom asking fm exit visas.
But mainly, translated into
standard Communist lingo, he
meant that the Russian* will
he!:' the Arab* launch a pogrom
then? t of which the
"wed Conacks ^
dream of 70 years ^
The Russians have, ^
that might not ,
imply because of
for and delight In an m.
let. "' *
The Rrr7hne\ threat at
nev mast he w^
r*rUin!y. the i,ra, m J?
eerfoosly, if oi ., ^
their reeer-
that war se
than at .^
( the Oct. :
t almost exa.-tlj 4 .
bTTILL, we .
man i of Waahin
these days
i peace thai
ton's fare of
coked up the i
the v.
resumes' on Pje a.
UAHC Opens Assistance Drive
To Help Synagogues In Crisis
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions has launched a massive a.--
ince campaign to hc.p !'.<-
form ooogrogatlona to sops with
the economic crisis The |
gram is assigned to produce ad-
ditional funds and memb.rship
as well as pooling resource* ami
At a meeting of the UAH
Board of Trustees. Rabbi AU\
ander M. ^.hindler. UAHC pres-
ident, told the 1H0 mernt>ers that
both profasiBSflSJ ami lay lead-
ers n .st in a n ef-
fort t.. aid th< movement's Tl.'i
coagregatloni m the United
States and Canada confront th.
double threat Of world inflation
ami world depression.
HE ANNOl.NtEO that the
UAHC was making this a
"priority "I Ma concern" to deal
with the problems of synagogue
management and the
ment of a membership retention
nnd recruitment program.
Rabbi ffkhhuflar noted that
congregation*! income had rx.t
matched increased costs ami in-
flation over the past yearn.
While gggaj hare risen 7 to
10 jiercent annually since lfno
congregational dues increase
have only advanced by 5 per-
cent during the same period.
Furthermore, Rabbi Schtixl-
er stated. during the past two
years fuel, maintenance, post-
age, printing and telephone Mils
have added another cost of 12 to
13 percent.
UK RMRHAMZRD that while
austerity was needed both for
the UAHC and its congrega-
tions, this is not the only or
best answer to the crisis."
Instead, Rabbi Schindler call-
ert for a "reordering of the Jew-
ish community's priorities"
wfiere "our congregants place
the synagogue on a higher plane
in the order of their giving."
He stressed that while Israel
must continue to receive "an
ever-increasing share of our -
community's financial wealth, it
ts the synagogue ami the aehool
which is the magic ingredients
of our people's wondrous endur-
that a new "spirit of the age"
was emerging, even acknowl-
edged by secularists and
scientists which is infinitely
more congenial to those ideas
and ideals which the aynagogue
Matthew H. Ross, chairman of
the hoard of I'AHC. commented.
"This is not the time to cut pro-
grams and personnel who are
hadly neeited to reach our afftli
sted and unaffiliated Jewj about
their Jewish past and rStff
pra outlined the
following UAHC s>rogram:
The sending of visiting
teams" of administrative c\-
ta t AHC staff apada
and a liauithst >f the Hoard to
meet with congregations to !:--
cu> ma ami review fiscal
edures and synagogue pn>-
Recommend shared pro-
grams. plans, and materials for
congregations to ue in a com-
munity or geographic area;
rVovtuS pamphlets, exhib-
its, and regular information bul-
letins for congregations to edu-
cate members regarding the
budget and spending prai ticea f
the institution A rsport given
t the UAHC Board by the
on*| Detriment of Adminis-
tration showed that those con-
gregatJona wno have already re-
late.! their total fiscal problems
to ..lemhers through private
meetings or mailings have been
able to obtain voluntary in-
creased dues producing an aver-
age of 10 to 20 percent in new
I-aunch a nationwide mem-
bership campaign among the
the three million unaffiliated
Jews m the I'm ted States
bring to our fellow Jews our
conviction that Jew* belong in
the synagogue and have mi
moral right to separate them
selves from the root* of their
l>eople. Two UABC pilot pro-
grams, a store front synagogue
in Chicago ami Operation reach" to unaffiliated feoaj in
Southern ("alif.irnla have al-
ready produced favorable re-
S) Reontenng of national
UAHC ami congregational pri-
orities The UAHC announced
that it had already stepped up
its own evaluation process, in-
creased austerity and eliminated
waste at the New York and re-
gional offices, and developed
more effective yet low cost atrv-
t" the eong
Assist m a ,
taming commund
Itj w ide r --ana;
# Provide regular lugfssSa
as to how a
he*t use the :.<.
'- siu. literature
piannlng ami othi
techniques to enlarge and
v;ta!i/e our I
At < ORDIMi TO the
I>|vartment of
during the nriii-
congregational oprrauag
have imreased 7 I
annually due t
snnel ci*ts for
I ..vees. Macbi
maintenance Ik
tors. BafBBanaatrati and
who were cat. hi
I r- .ailing Iom .siLest
D BTsug. tin- pa fau
gogues showet In.
ditures for pmgra-.s MMaf
The report Bjotsd 'ag"M
Hoaa were s|M-mii:ig aaatea
malely 70 BawasaM
operating fumU !
During the lat Iwo V
b wiver. inflation has itevric
a 12 to 15 percent toaeae
fuel b.lls BSatntenanc*.
rng pontage, telepm-oe
on THR feaesat t aide, tj
has existed tinct-
Tt.mal dues getissai
same period we
This has devel-M-' "r*\
accumulated defied
as most Reform
dative then iiu/t
Myion Maasn,
UAHCa Papai lanani
tration, state-i I
been urging oongxa
fust openly educate the
and-fiie mendieikhip
the true fiscal pHghl
wJenisfr Florid far \
ML Fla. U1U
ow ongATga eonT
OmcB and PLANT lr* N B. aOi St
lt!A*AW>aUBl i-o rw-i ^ra. Miaasi. ftoetaa M'*>., ,..--
Ml XANSB KIIO.HBT 991MA U rV',.^lt
._^ a.^.a.M* r. I
altor and 1-jifci,^, lfseuim# BSlter AsMi f ^b
Tas JMie ri,n*tm dm, Not sesnaa Ths *"<
Of TS. M.rchanaiM ASvtrMsaa la Its *"
FuMtat) Bl Wkf
VcnndOaM Postsc* Pial at Masai Ha
Jrartsft UnMy aaS ttm >^^T22
ra j*w _
a^T'w-JL^! t^'^ T"eraaa.c AaeaM. "as^a""Arii" *>""*
esslitrirBml^-*^2^- w'""' iHai Asseataaiaa. *"?.
sa at a^aajaS-Jewtaa Newss^asr.. aM tM Pionea er A^
suescaieTioN satii (L^ Ap# oaaVsarSsa. oV* T +
Volume 3
Friday. November 1. 1974

Friiay. November I, 1974
+J&*ist tkrMkif) of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5
BBW Membership Seminars
Conducted Bv National Staff
loan Milltm
let 1mm
I'ritn Women know that
ill of a steadily laereaalllg
:.,pii within their com
m can be met only by in
ci Mini their ervic* To meet
, nerds BBW will concen-
its efforts on a membership
paign during January anJ
uary. 1Q"5
Mil Parkans Devtr. Ulym*4t
The 50 chapters in Hade and
Rrtiwarri C 'unties, through their
four looidinatin^ eountiN.
held concunvnt membership
seminars OflL 27 thru Oct 30
Plans were maue at this time
to include participation of th?
7.00U women now committed to
BBW in these areas
National Hadassah Offieer
To Speak On Medieal Grim
- I i.-nr .. tn Of t''1'
Board of ll.ii.i~
Hi tpMkflf it a
ipol it I 1". the '

will hi ehUghi !!' I
nd tod
ii i >
itu k, .- bra i
,n ling Arab n
An ai! out mad
.. bains thruei
,,. ,.m| ,.; s. wl'.'i ha\t
i their full support to
la ,< pu taai in thia
i cratia.
affiliate 1 wit I
uVi medical |
and progreai in Israel. Mrs
ir. will bring t"
. the lataai in the wl h
>>f metlu-al needs M wall
atliaaailWlU. a"1' W1"
the immediate and fu
ire plane of the Hadasaah
Organliatloa In vfcta
if the current threat to II
Goldman In
i for many yi
/.innist councHi
World Zionist Coi
Uiyah Cbnunlttee of the
wish Agency, and '
Zionisi i
\ i been
hi, for Initiating new
i t Hi la tali' com-
itteea on Tourism, A
and hi eun
mend* rship
dinner will bt
a cocktail racaptlon honor-
Mis Goldman '
r. will I* Mrs Ralph
CanOOBL chapter I
1 Mrs. Harry L AfW
apter vice president and
iman for the evening.
Entertainment *riii he pr u.led I) >the Boca Katun !!
i Com i Cno
which iii sing Israel and Ajbmi
folk songs The choru> la
he u rection of Davi;
M t > the dinner. Mr
:. i will lead m tin
tlatikvah and I i
Raanai M
laraal Reanlkoff
mv-o Mra Li yan Gbu
an will oft tion
Bath ar.' ;-hapter vice pi
p.r-.-i \.it i> be
nen Mra Herbert
Cohan A viva; Hi b
S.nmiel Tell llhma Hri Oasar
tell berg, Kadimah; kin Morris Bam
Heir; Mrs Ph
Rayus; and kin Bahrain
s ihra.
A national BBW staff conduct-
ed the seminars, consisting of
ra Blumoff of St. I.ouis.
Mo., ebalrwaaau o; the BBW
National Meml>er-.tiip Cabinet
and the International Bnecutive
Boaid. hd.'.s Kirkans of Houston.
Ti i. the National Chairwonua of
BM l.-. aderahip Committee;
in afillaa of Washington, i><".
National Director Of Member-
ship, and Lag lane ol Los
Angeles, Calif, the National
if B'nai
1! nth Women.
B'nai B'rith Women partui
pate In contemporary JPwiSh life
through working with Jewish
youth, adult Jewish education
programs and suur>ortin^ a va-
riety of servue, to Israel. They
make a positive contribution to
th^ir communities through their
efforts in behalf of the handi-
capped, the veterans, and disad
vantaged individuals in all age
groups, and they initiate inform-
ed social action within their
community and nation The sig-
nificance and value of these pro-
grams and their involvement in
them gives members a reward-
ing sense of achievement and
For further information in
Bfoward County contact Sandra
Rosen In Dade County contact
Alma Hofatadter or Adele Beck
Mrs. Edward Frankel Cocliairinaii
Of Bond** Country Clubs Division
Dinner, Fashion Show Set
i.i; B'rith
W..... -;*">--' 'in ,i'th
annual dinner ami faahion show
Turn lay at the Reel Re I i irant.
St} i iuburban c;ai will be
t. .it re aie in charge >>i
Sobra Chapter Featuring
Boca Raton Gynecologist
Sabra Chapter "f Had.i--.iii
will meet at 8 no p.m. Thursdaj
No\ 21. at th.' First Federal
>.i\wirs & Loan. 1100 E. H
horn Blxcl. Deer field Beach.
ir A. (i w lUdnaoa of Boi i
Raton will speak on subjects re
lated to the gynecological field
U .men of all agea are cordially
invited to attend
I.enore 'Mrs Edward) Frankel
of the Woodlands Tainaiac
named cochairman of the Coun
trj Crabs division of the Norm
Bl ward l-rael Bonds Campaign
M n M Hi. mann. chairman ol
the beard of tovernoro, baa an
Hn Frankel' ..ppointment
follows the establishment in
September of an Israel Bonds
campaign specifk.-illy created to
enlist support for Israels eco
nomic reninstruition among the
country clubs of the Greater
Fort Lauderdale area. Ben Rois
man is chairman of that drive.
Mrs Frankel. who moved to the
Woodlands after 17 years of res-
idence 'in Miami Beach, has been
a licensed Florida real estate
broker for 15 years She had
previously been a professional cial director at several Miami
Antiques Show And Sale
The Sisterhood of Temple
F.manu-Kl has scheduled Its
fourth annual antiquaa show and
sale in the temple's soda! hall
Dec .'{-.">. featuring home conked
food all day and the exhibit!
of . ami sale will be open turn n
am. to I bay and
Wednee I from 11 a.m
t'i ti p.m. Th
aurs. fowaao fkahkil
Beach hotels and a merchandise
buyer ;n New York City
Board member and program
chairman of the Woodlands
Chapter of Women's American
ORT i Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training i. Mrs
Frankel i> active in Hadassah
and the National Council of Jew-
ish Woman She is a past pre-
sent of the Josephine Karat
Lea former hoard mem
uteer Service League
m Y a k
ajmounas mm nixsm rw assocttTWOf
Fw tat Pactica el
Catraeatwefce ** latwaal MtdkiM
Mm lecawe at
197 S.N (ta Strnet
pMRaeM Hack. FU 330M
711 72*
Medical Mm NMbj
4111 N.Vf 4th Street
Saito 404
PUatatiea.FU 33317
"Ed & Jo Mormile"
Hair Styling for Both Men & Women
by Irene,
Dorothy, Roland
Gert (formerly owner of Gert's)"
-------OPENING SPECIAL---------
Nov. 2nd lo th.
Nov. 2nd 10 Ul. mm rs r /
s25. Pemianent w 46.50
2651 N. Federal Highway m~* OOOQ
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
H hen
IsraeFs Survival
was at question!!
liHiinilMJii Ccmsreg^nan
J. Hcrbeil Burke was absent
...not onee...
but consistent!v...
U.S. House of Representatives

Page 6
+Jpistntr*M?r +Qm*m9m\ '
Friday. November l 197.
1974-75 Campaign Cabinet's First Meeting
With Ludwik Brodzki. past presjdent of the Federation, is
Mrs. Brodzki. Wome. s Division Northeast Section co-chaii-
man. and Mrs. Albert Garnitz. (right* Women's Division
Campaign cochairman.
Among those who attended the Oct 14 Campaign Cabinet
meeting at Pier 66 were th Hon. Samuel L Greenb?rg.
Woodlands Division chairman, and Albert E. Garnitz,
president. Jewish Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
::i end Leo Good-
man are Woodlands coch
Rabbi ibrama Of
Temple LKnianu-Ki
Wean Many Hal-
Arthur J hSamtm "f
Teir.jiie Knianu-K;. Fort Lauder-
dai ted to act as
liaison between the County School
Boai 1 ;md th- rtUgkMal KhoOal
has bern appointed ti> the
School Board's Calendar Goaa>
mittee. He has also been ap-
pointed United Way chairman
lor the Ft. Lauderdale ClMD
Division, and elected to serve on
the Kxecutive Committee of the
Hroward County Community
Relatmns Committee
In addition, he will be chair-
man of the panel on Jewish
Education at the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations at
the bicentennial convention in
Atlanta and a delegate to the
National Conference of Jewish
Welfare Federation* in Chicago.
His temple duties and respon-
sibilities include Adult Kduca-
tion lectures Bar and Bat Mitz-
vah classes and Confirmation
Temple Kmanu-Kl is a Reform
Congregation located at 3245
West Oakland Park Blvd. Ft.
Prof. Liebmon To Present
Second Breakfast Lecture
Pro.' 1; I.i 1 v
second breakfast lecture on the
Hi.-.' iu-al Jewi\
v*ill be held
Emaau-EJ Continental bra.
fast at 9 a Rl will pre<-ede the
lecture at 10 a.m.
Temple Kmanu-rl Sisterh.!
will h meeting Tuesday at 10 45 a in
featuring a review of the hook
"The Comenant" by Paige
Mitchell. The rtfkwar is Annie
Ackerman. prominent club-
woman and [lolitical activist of
Miami i' ing are Tessie Ziotntck and
Shirley Schult/
NCJW Social Afternoon
National Council of Jewish
Women plans a fun filled after-
noon in the Kensington Social
Room. 1900 S. Ocean Blvd.. Sun-
day. Nov. 10. from 4-6 p.m.
( Kcktails. hors d'oeuvres. music,
awards and food will be includ-
mm t 1
. .*. .... istant d:i
Syd Dkman is Pacesetters
chairman of Gait Ocean
Campaign Cabinet meeting participants also included
(from left) Dr. Sidney Jennes. Point of Americas. Israel Resni
kofi, Margate, and Leonard Sebrans Staff Campaign
9U$tl MUM* tW
Often Foot Mentns md We're Cone* on rnrfl leefs We*-*
Closer Is Wow A "Once A Wtk Umkif-
for women with Caviar Taste-
and Peanut Butter Budgets
mi eaoeaitso oaivs
(Ml M* AVI AT tns a a CaOftlM*!
1 mi >m iim
3rd & 4th person in room,
each pay 50% of rate.
. ,,!>:
rtlMlllv ., ,.
r f
While wiimg towards eotic Caribbean islands, you
can e"|oy complete vacation aboard the ms Boheme
. it j liha having two vacation* in one1 Enjoy award food and 941* entertainment dettg'.t to
luxurious ut*rooms with two lower bad* and pnvjte
bath* .and play tucumg oeck games and sport*
eluding golf driving. Sails every Saturday from Miami.
.. 'MR Sftfifl Mlsndustv
from i9V to WWW acapt port tax**
Pr Parson, DoUDi Occuoancy
t|H"len amenofttv
'!'< 1313;
'Mil IMiWJ
iii u

iday, Novmbr I, 1974
* knitt fhrHinr <* Greater Fort Laadardal*
Page 7
A City Bank Minibank is almost like a maxibank
maximoney, maxiservice, in minitime at most
times. But most of all it's close! So if you live west
of the turnpike, you'll find out what a minibank is like.
Directions: Drive north or south on Northwest 56th
Avenue to 19th Street (fire station) and turn east 4
blocks just past the Mission Lake Shopping Plaza.
Why shop for a bank, when you can bank where
you shop?
In the Lauderhill Mall
4200 N.W. 16th Street, Lauderhill, Florida 33313
Phone: Broward 733-8800/Dade 944-1429
5201 N.W. 19th Street, Lauderhill, Florida 33313
irxflthru Thursday: 9.30 a m.-2.00 p.m. / Walk-up Teller: 8.00 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Drive-in Tellers: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
i;30 a.m.-2:00 p.m., 5.00 p.m.-7.00 p.m. / Walk-up Teller: 800 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m.-7;00 p.m./Drive-in Tellers: 8.00 a.m.-7.00 p.m.
An affiliate of City National Bank Corporation Member F.D.I.C.

ftige 8
*JmistncrkJk>r <* &**" Fort l-UkJ.
Friday, NoTomb.r l, j^
President Katzir is Gmglit in Car Crash
Syria. "*
ra Kai i
In i thre i at a ; I nt on the
Jerusalem Tel A

. were in-
,,'I Is
I Hoopi-
ad hia wife were
taken aft i the
K..' nlnor
T'. ami a m on His way
to Tel Amv to attend the open-
ing In the Zavta" Club of an
dul it ion of Jewish ami Druze
Accordant to pottot. Ml chauf-
feui entered the oenter lane of
the tl.iee-lane highway to pass a
line ofl moatnaj vehicles
arnl collided head-ea with an
an: ng in the oppo-
site dfm tson in which the
ani- killed
it ft
IWrav. iixnt Studied
NEW V< IRK MoM than 300
pel tbana funeral di-
re i hia-
ll w...-k> i>bis,
norae i bafea-
ind atudy
and :,n-
I '-nfer-
D | ay
1 of Yeshi-
I a (,f
\. words," In in
r: and pn
it] 'in- in the '
a feeling of numbness, interne
.in.I distress, and
often guilt .imi angei The .
he ml res om the sur-
Vi\Xl that hi' or -she
n-i I be | artly to blame for a
loved <>!>e's passim:.
The ange'. ho said, is often di-
rect* .1 at the medical profession
for not being able to do more.
*"* *
(uidUM Rally
MONTREAL More than
2.500 persons attended a rally
for Soviet Jews at the Queen
Elizabeth Hotel here and. alter-
wants, as their numbers increas-
ed by thousands more, they as-
sembled in downtown Montreal's
Dominion Square and marched
to the Soviet Consulate where
the rallv was continued.
The rally for freedom of emi-
gration for Soviet Jean was or-
ganized to mark the first anni-
Htf] of th. atari of the Yom
K;;>| ur War. It was addressed
i : Wl ay, direetor
of f ad Natkma < <;'..<
B'neJ B'rith and by Menaehem
in t'i. | Likud, I<-
ppoaition party.
Fuel K.s.rv... I >
T! 1 AVIV An ofBdal Of
i oil company aal
k that t "\ '| (,'
- |>ut it in a tietter
poaltkn t'lan many othl r < >un-
District 12 Nominee Savs
Wc Can Learn From Israel
" alow the wind-
natkMH to buy Kir Amen.
Charlie an. the Demo-
itic CongraaakMial Nojgajaee
of I>istnet i_'. aaday be-
I ra a I approximately
"These companies are
>tif- to buj "ur land, our
and our share of
an thai am have work-
Frieda elievi s n ngl) enioii e
r; that wi!! not only
' '
' aril] an to ecev
here are
on thi book*;
km w tii
xwi far
the wealthy
as a ha base. NO <>II,
. :us nay aaaad toaffsV says
Friedman, but wa have reached
a ci i. The only
for us |o row the inflationary
fatal .- to consider our own
neti!> Wa must hareain from a
poaitioi ngth with all our
n8 tha
iii nations '
Another aapacl of the depend-
ency on the Arab nation* con-
cam rVkahnan, The only i
loft in the M:
I is Israel tad we at iiee
Karing Hvad in Ureal I
nee of her sur-
\iva \\ as Anx-nrans must do
power to la
I am total!;. ned and will
'. Cm the survival himI con-
tin -t.ite o! I-
Fri uvi.
Friedman lielieves that we can
n iron-, other countries. < ne
of the atronc polnta of the Is-
raeli aodet) ls their concapt of
aaaiatanoa to those who need
help Tins i. shown not only by
th. ir acceptance of ail immi-
grant- h'it also in their treat-
it '. the people who live
there They have enacted a
ng. comprehensive medical
care policy which protects, not
only the eldeily. hut ail the ciU-
/ens of Israel.
"As I haw been a practicine
tlal for man] yean, I know
f America can-
not afford the medical care that
I am atrongly In
favor of a comprehenalve policy
n America, tliat would enable
Pried) u
Tle Introduction of
ihed without the in-
il and without
nqj antiva of the
n to earn a liv-
ing, be a is ii~t, tiers.
As the n >m
the 13th distn, t to Congreaa
Friedman nrotiused to wirk to
achieve th- ton. In (MMVluKion. Friedman
ortera, I need your
I nenl vour nipporl and
most of all. I need your vote."
tries to weather a new round of
extntion' by the Arab oil-pio-
ng countries.
Moahe Bltaat, director general
Of Ha/. Israel's largest oil distri-
bution company, said on a radio
interview that Israel has man-
aged to accumulate significant
ofl reserves that will last for
some tim. though at consider-
able aavaaaa
Hut in the event of a new war
in which the Arabs use oil as a
aaaapoa l.-iael and other Oil im-
poiting nations would he sen
lv thraaaanad, he said.
ft ft
/uniwalt < Hr% Threat
NEW YORK A formal UM
Chief of N
, i this week the aarioui
the 1 B bj
ci i the S
iii.l Eimo K Zun

of tin' Zl
1 0 it
th it a i S a a tually
cut' : on defense i \; -
ea in k
la: and ix'ii-ent \a-
i. is bat n in e\-
pen ttturea He
awareness on this mattn In
to prevail on Pienieaj to
su| ; t funds to coun-
ter the Soviet threat.
K.i|ih.:.| H|Ntnirn Dead
S'EVA iia
' of l'i
Hiai i i...< .
home after a i
; la w .>
9j anien a Preach nation-
: his entire lite n
In 19
\i I to I;. i ran

he eontini ad Mi efl >i t'
-I .ie, i ib in
v i mce Moreoi a and Portugal
under HIC1 M (an acronym f"r
HI as Jewiah Cekaazaalao As-
ition (JCA
aartl lemant
Aft. i the war. Mr Spanien
became deputv director of Hias-
pc in I in : ) bat
due. to; ot the llliti-d Hiaj Scrv
ice. att.-r the gasrgOff of H1AS
with the emigration inn of the Joint DistrirHi'
Oommlth a
His .-i- -ern was in the
n attttan mt "f Jews goa-
lem .ueas.
ft ft ft
laraaf In K.M.k Fair
third conaecuttae year, iararl
pej ticipatad Ith a national dig.
in tlw iiutfttai Clol* Hook
Rsatlaal in.- isra-.i aahfhtl
week undei ttw>
faaaaH Oaaaatata c^neraJ

I 'n display were BUJldradl <>f
boo* ih and He
tit,'... .,,,,
.ii the State of [area! and a va-
nity of the literary
works ,,n e\i
number ot well-known Isia'!i
pubUshin I nrough I
cooperation of th, Israeli Be
Publishers Aaaoctation and I
Israel Ministry for Foreign Af-
l-.lmti LraaW Ey~ Tlra
munist I'ait. leader Effr
Poland i- will
to reauma diplomatic ra
ui- | Israe U the Jewish State is
wi. |",,< n
th' occuptad teiriton.s within a
>-ear Hi* statement to a gnnip
l m newsmen thKsl
,-s.iv ,et Foi.-i ;n
Minjstt r An invko ;n his
eaa to tlie L'Bftad Nations
GaaaraJ -ly.
ft ft ft
Mf<\1THEAL Marc Lakmde.
the ndaral Minister of Health.
will visit Israel for 10 days next
month a> the gu*st of the Is-
raeli government.
Lalonde. a former political ad-
viv.i to Premier Pierre Elliott
Trudcau. will be in Israel from
N 1 to 10.
He wi he travelling with
friends, including Mr ami Mis
nfman, and will meet
of the Is-
rael: ;,.e:nment and national
ft ft
Emigration troai Syria
I Itholi an.1 Jewish
>ine-l in call
Ie Iiepart"
I new tfaa
. win r
In separate ttata
* conference ;I. ... H *
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rd Flannei
atnl H
ate ('flue Hi
i Davtd Hum
tional Council
i '
Congreaa. in
it raise the iss .
as a mat
ft -
Hcfcoiar to \w Bgaaaai
lachic achelar. .
edoentor I'abbi I>r J,n
S.l.iveitchik wi .,'
ckariaa] Inarhaari
lean Zionist Ee-t.
tion iai .Monday
Staiaer Hilton H
Dr Soloveit.hik
t m
ho Is pn.
feaor of Talmu.1 an.1 Jewish ahv
l.*oph>- at Yeshiva L'ni\naM
Kabbt Isaac Ekhanan Theuittg.
al Seminary, k ,. : .. ,
tlxinty on Jewish law
< 'trier speakers at the pJ
thai will hsohafe I ,n J
Israeli officia.s e^
Sen Edward Ml.

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l>r Marver !>: nst.
reel llllia
Mrs. Jack Levine To Head
omen s
(ontinued frain Page 1
> v\ aaaao aixa

Ikiith and her husband have
been'actively involved with the
Jcwish.Federation of (Jreater Ft
lale semng on both the
board of directon and executive
committee Mrs Levine is a .
the w anefl D
Mi- Levine -aid that an ex-
ceptional .)r.:a:i.; .
ha% been achiev I
leadership of Mi \ Uro.|
lent of the
sion. and Mrs \
campaign cochair- i
that she is positr. i i oo-j
en of the Greater 1^ : auder-l
dale area will si. deea|
for th- -
* Jewi n :
Committees Established
B\ Jewish Federation
4 I
Pi I-.

ad fund
. \\i.i aaaiauni
1n'' ''' i ition office i I
AL1 >N
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Cbnearnad with the aJlocetiot
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lielp plan and f.
Jewish student*
collate la
t-r prok.-: .
To delai mlaa tlie nse.ts <>' I
gram for lliein. an.1 to mak.
integral part of aoohrty wit
with reUtionshii-s with I
Jewiah Community.
To i rovide cultural pro*1
r the JewUh I
vs and plan for t>,
.I the Jewish I
uin. it '
rograms aid a<-'.
all Jewish youth of our

Friday, Norember I, 1974
* knistflrrr'firir Paa*3
Detente is Whatever Russians Want it to Be
Continued from Page 4
Beyond anything else. Henry
Kissinger's exes pop more po-
tently each passim; moment with
the national effort he is mobil-
ising BO love the Russiuns.
Damn Kishinev full speed
ahead >>n tractors by Caterpillar
fieied by Occidental Petroleum.
What palls me is that the ti-
ed &flgCT to an alleged de-
tente in the Middle BMl n U Ing
t on the frank basis of oil vs.
WHAT DO we want, we are
iked BB uninterrupted flow of
; need oil from the
Arab exporters <>r <>ur meaning-
l -.v >,, the argument fa si Bom-
.....r.t to the idea of a Jewish
i >nn
As the flow of oil is interrupt-
ed more and more frequently.
.m>'. s'licly it will be if wr .<
. i>t bit honest about Mid-
lf development-, and as
the price of oil skyrockets bt-
yong anything we can conceiv-
ably call reasonable, the answer
b this either or query will be-
bluntly etn ions
The bumier stickers reading
"Burn Jews Not oil" already
*-ie itory.
Hut the alleged dancer to Ifl
alleged detente is not put nearly
so 1 rankly elsewhere.
AND S4). for example, the
same Goapoftfl Braahnm warned
a band) of Americans visiting
MoOOOn the other week, shortly
after his Kishinev warning to
lam I, that unless the t'S.
knocks off denying the Soviet
Union "most favored nation"
tatut, meaning unless we lift
trade restrictions against the So-
viet Union, things win go badly
with us. kn,
Now Gospodin Brezhnev
wouldn't guarantee a pogrom in
the I'.S. as our punishment for
r. fusing Moscow detente on
Muscovite terms the bumper
stickers are already doing that
for him.
But he could, and did. single
out the selfish designs of cer-
tain individuals or narrow politi-
cal groups whose mentality has
not been freed from the out-
dated legacy of the Cold War."
AM) WHO are they0 Why.
the Jews, of course who dare to
Want to leave the Soviet prole-
tarian paradise, with all Its
broadmindedness and all its pos-
itive feelings for the human
spirit The Jews, who want to
go to Israel instead.
Their campaign, he said, os-
tensibly meaning the Jackson'
Mills Vanik legislation, is ut-
.:. apt*
The question Is: what win
Brr/hr.ev do in the face Of the
"unacceptable"? what will he do
., dim
' i eve stable b isinesg ties."
.c- he den i Ibei detente un
he eases up on emigration re-
TIIK WsWKK is Not really
anything And In fact, the Brezh-
nev threat" has already lieen
had by Sen. Jackson him-
self who lst weak called the
latest Soviet "guarantee" (un-
.inii. m.need and unspecified in
Moscow I to ease immigration re-
Itrictioni s ifficient reason to set
aside the Jackson Mills Vanik
exception to "most favored na-
tion" statas and set up every
thing just exactly as Gospodin
Brezhnev wanted it all along.
That's detente for you: The
object u that whatever Brezh-
nev wants. Brezhnev g> t-
Conaldar Cuba and the trip of
those most estimable gentlemen.
Senator) i laiborn Pell am! Jacob
Javits, to Havana at the end of
major assets thai raoommand
him to us: ili He hates Amer-
ica: and \2t he is a millstone
around the neck of Gospodin
Brezhnev*! foreign aid budget to
the tune of several million per
d i>
With respect to the first, those
two most estimable gentlemen
w, re quoted as stating on their
re! .in lion: Havana ( Vt. 1 that
Castro doesn't really mean what
Hc\ recn saying this (nasty
things' about UJ for IS yeai
observed that old shrewd legis-
lator, sen Javits, suggesting
that the more you say some-
thing, i significance ought
to bl attached to it.
In Pells view. There Is a dif-
ference between words and ac-
tions." and so from both these
Bsaaaamants we are expected to
behave 'hat ''astro, like Geapo-
din Brezhnev, really loves US
although my own deduction is
more viaaaral: Capitol Hill Is a
madhouse where no one can be
expected to say what he means
or do what he says.
PKRIIAPS THK most urgent
Shock, Anger in Wake of UN
(Cont i need Fratn Page 1)
cedent. I condemn this action,
and I urge the President to do
10," Javits said
A though the outcome of the
General Assembly vote was an-
ticipated, the lopsided majority
given the PLO ami the realiza-
tion that for the first time in
IN history such a group was
being accorded a privilege and
prestlga granted to no other
non-governmental body, sent
waves of bank and anger
through vetersn newsmen
I feeing the world organization.
Several corresj>ondents were
brusque and severe in their
questioning of PLO representa-
tives at a press conference call-
ed by the Libyan delegation
Shortly after the vote was
AT THE same time. Bayard
Rustin. the civil rights advo-
announced that he would
lead a protest demonstration of
people, composed largely of mi-
nority groups including Blacks.
Puerto Ricsns and Jews, outside
Hie UN.
In a statement issued by the
Youth Institute for Peace in the
Middle Kast. Rustin referred to
the PLO as "s blood-stained ter-
rorM gang whose leaders should
be in jail, not addressing the
IN "
He said that "The Arab states
who claim to be so concerned
with the plight of the Palestin-
ians have never given a single
cent out of fheir vast oil rev-
enues to help the miserable
Palestinian refugees."
The PLO representatives were
elated by the vote. Prior to the
balloting they said their sole
purpose was to bring their mes-
sage to the UN. Afterwards,
j however, in what amounted to
I sheer bluster, they confessed
that their aim was the destruc-
tion of Israel.
DR. NABKKI. Shaath, who
was introduced by the Libyans as
j the head of the PLO delegation
| to the IN. issued a verbose
.united statement, praising and
Justifying the C.ein i al As-
embly's action.
When pressed by report eis
to state his organization's aims.
Shaath declared that "the Pales-
tinians want all of Palestine i Is-
They will not t*- tatls-
fled with "the West Hank and
i Strip"
He also told reporters that
the PLO is op|vsed to the Se-
curity Council Resolution 343
ami stated that those who
gsated it will have to undo it."
(The British and US. rep-
resentatives reaffirmed that
their governments will continue
to support that resolution, i
ASKED IK the PLO would
stop hijacking planes and end
its other acts of violence, Shaath
said the PLO "Is going to act re-
sponsibly from now on but
promised that violence would be
continued inside Israel "to lib-
crate our homeland."
He announced that "a full del-
egation at the highest level of
the PI.C will shortly arrive In
New York" to |>articipate in the
General Assembly's debate on
the Palestine Question.
Rabbi Miller said the Presi-
dents Conference was "grati-
fied" that the Cnited States,
which voted against the PLO
resolution, "has once again
taken a stand for humanity and
decency and against the cynical
acceptance of murder as the
common currency of interna-
tional politics."
HE ASSAILED the "craven
surrender" to Arab pressure of
those allies of the C.S. that
voted for the resolution or ab-
"By giving legitimacy and an
international platform to the
assassins of American diplomats
in Khartoum, international air-
line passengers in Athens and
Isiaeli school children in Ma'a lot,
these countries brand them-
selves as accomplices to murder .
and as willing partners in the
attempt to liquidate a fellow IN
member." Rabbi Miller said.
Seymour Graubard. national
chairman of the Anti-Defama-
tion league of B'nai B'rith, de-
nounced the UN f-r "legitimis-
ing terror and murder" and de-
clared that it is not Israel that
lost the vote, it is the Cnited
He stated that by inviting in-
dividuals who are not representa-
tives of nation states "hut
rather are accessories to plane
hijackings, kidnappings, indis-
criminate bombings and mur-
ders." it proves once again "that
the world organization is a
kangaroo court where Israel is
DR. JOSEPH P. Sternstein.
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, called on the
United States to reevaluate its
relationship to the I'nlted Na-
tion*" as a result of the As-
sembly vote.
He expressed confidence "that
American public opinion, the
government and the Congress of
the Cnited States will recognize
that the beak principles el the
Cnited Nations have been sub-J
vcited. poasiMy beyond re|ir, ,
by this vote."
In Washington. Bnai Bnth
national president David M.
Blumberg declared that the j
UN. by its capitulation to the
powerful forces behind Arab ter-'
rorism, has generally prejudiced j
its credibility and prestige."
He stated that "the moral '
squalor of the act is matched
only by its clear subversion of
Secretary of State Kissinger's
efforts to negotiate peace in the
Middle Kast."
the UJB- representative to the
UN, did not participate in the I
debate that preceded the vote.
He told the General Assembly i
afterwards that the C.S. did not |
lack understanding and sym-
pathy for the very real con- |
corns" of the Palestinians.
The voting reflected in large I
measure what Israeli Ambassa- i
dor Jfoeel Tekoah termed a me- '
Chamcal vote
But many delegates voting in
favor of the resolution or ab- j
staining reflected the foreign
poHey quest ol their govern-
ments for a dialogue with the
Arab nations and for closer co-
operation with Arab states in |
order to facilitate and secure i
economic trade.
Javits-Pell message on their re-
turn from Havana was this one:
The Cubans feel "deeply wrong-
ed by the embargo" imposed on
tliem by the U.S.
Put that together with the
Brezhnev warning to the Amer-
icans he met in Moscow, ami you
begin to get the pict
Those weren't just any old
Amei i ans who went to Cuba,
although Javits and Pell insist,,!
they had not undertaken the trip
as official IS. representatives
a rather absurd statement for
two senators to make.
Neither were they Just any I I
Americans who met with Bie/h-
nev in Moscow. In fact, they
were members of IS Treasury
Secretary William Simon's !S-
cssk Trade and Economic
I NOTICED no college pi among them, m writers, no
economists no advocates for the
ordinary American citizen who
in the end pays all the bills.
Only representatives of Pull-
man Inc. Caterpillar Tractor
Co., Continental Grain Co., Gcn-
Motors Occidental Petro-
leum. Xerox Corp. Deere and
ci. Kaiser Industries, and Hock-
Wi I! International.
Only moguls wanting markets.
In the old days, when the
Communists were our enemies,
the i ropaganda from Washing-
ton was that only proletarians
are pinkos,
NOW IT seems when the
Communist! are our friends, only
the capitalists are eomrs
while the proletarians try
perately to escajie the joys of
Soviet exist.nee through pie
of legislation like the Jackson
Mills Vanik amendment that
were none of our business to im-
pose in the fii-st place and that
the Soviets will ignore as SOOO
as they get what they want any-
What I am getting at in all of
this is that detente is a gigantic
corporate swindle, whether the
corporations are American or
Soviet. Behind it is not friend-
ship but fiscal self-interest, not
jieaee but plunder of the Amer-
ican people in the name of profit.
And whether it is corporation
men themselves or C.S. sena-
tors there will always be some-
one somewhere in the halls of
our government pleading the
cause of excess profit, not the
cause of that ordinary Joe I
talked about who is called apofl
to pay the bills for establishing
the atmosphere conducive to
making profit.
Thev are not the same thing
at all, although the corjwrations
always tell us they are.
In the end we must come to
recognize that there is nothing
detente with Cuba can give us
except the recognition that we
will be taking Moscow off its
own economic meathook. There
Ls nothing detente with the Sov-
iets can give us except the
recognition that we will be tak-
ing MueeVW off its own economic
OM.l THE industrialists
.m! to gahV Remember the
grattl deal" Imagine dONM of
such duels at the ordinary Amer-
ican's expense in the years ahea I,
That i.s what detente can and
will mean with the ordinary
American paving heavily for it,
and the corporations reaping the
None ofl this, o! course, holds
true for 'he Middle East. In the
Mkfctie East, as Gospodin Brezh-
nev put it so aptly at Kishinev.
it a one-way street.
In the Middle East, except for
the oil companies, including
American oil companies, which
aie not reallv American but in-
tl : nationalist cartel, th.
i- "to get" Israel and to weaken
the labnc of the industrialized
In the Middle East the Soviets
IS, and SO they don't
detente. (Neither do the
oil i ea need us. They can
mere ; n >1 It wit ho it de-
For the Russians detente in
the Middle East means the right
to stage a pogrom, and nobody
on Capitol Hi!! has as yet said
no to that obvious fact.
m as the price tor "most
favored nation" status to the So-
viet Union is In these terms the
greatest hoax of the last two
years At this point at least,
what ought to be at stake is not
the piddling meaning of Sovnt
emigration to Israel in the long
run, but sheer Israeli survival
If the Soviets need "most fa-
vored" status so badly that they
have pretended to knuckle un-
der to Sen Jackson's pressures,
then let tr"; price be something
far more precious. it be Sov-
iet acceptance of Israel's exist-
ence an international issue we
can monitor far more effectively
than immigration, which is after
all internal and uncontrollable.
That we play the detente game
by Russian rules instead, that is
to aay, selective detente only
where it peofita them, suggests
that the Russian rules are our
rules, as well that we are in
sympathy with the Brezhnev
statement in Kishinev.
Alter that, the |ogrom.
Broward Caomys
Jewish Funeral Director
Telephone 971-3330
Mark Weissman, L.F.D.

Page 10
-JmiitncriAir Gtworsar Fort Umd-doW
Fridcy. November
I 1974
Rabbi Labotritz Chairman Of 2 c,asses To
Beth Israel Bonds Dinner TauSht B> Rabbi
Rabbi Phillip A Labowitz. spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Is-
rael, will serve as chairman of
f 41 *f MtlUF a. labowitz
the first annual Tempi? Beth Is
rael Dinner of State to be held
on behalf of Israel Bonds Nov
17. Jules Shapiro, president of
the Fort Lauderdale congrega-
tion, has announced.
Rabbi Labowiti. secretary of
the Broward Board of Rabbis and
a member of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, is a
member of the North Broward
Israel Bonds board of governors
and serves on the executive
board of the Jewish Federation
of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Rabbi Labouitz. a native of
Pittsburgh, came to Temple Beth
Israel following service as spir
ltual leader of congregation in
Wfvti rn Pennsylvania. Balti-
more, and Buffalo. N Y He also
served as the chaplain and con-
mt in Pastoral Psychology at
Shrppird Pratt Hospital for
t'..\ 111 in Baltimore
Rabbi La bow i u attended the
I ni\ersity of Maryland. Johns
Hopkins In and received
Maetl r' degree from Loyola
College in Baltimore He was
ordained at the Ner Israel Rab-
binical College and is presently
completing his doctoral degree
at the University of Pittsburgh
Honorees at the inaugural
Temple Beth Israel-Dinner of
State, which will be held at the
temple Sunday. Nov 17. are Mr
and Mrs Jacob Brodzki. re-
cipientselect of the State of Is-
rael Masada Award
Rabbi Phillip Labowiti. ipir
rtual leader of congregations in
rael. Sunrise, will teach two
classes, one for the Youth, and
one for the "Young at Heart"
One class is the Confirmation
Class which meets everv Mondav
night from 7 00 to 8 00 p m This
is the second year of a two year
educational program, which com
mences with a special Confirma-
tion Scnw at Shavvat Services
in May
nfirmation is Ml an end.
hut r.ither a continuation of th*
Jewish education of the child."
-avs Mrs Cookie Borman. chair
man of the Temple's Education
Rabbi LabnwiU will also be
teaching a course for the Adult
Education program, which will
meet for eight consecutive weeks,
on Tuesdays The course is en-
titled 'Current Trends in Con-
temporary Judaism" Registra-
tion is still open for the Adult
Education senes
Carps To Receive Masda Amird
At Margate Jewish Center Dinner
Mr and Mrs Benjamin Carp
will be honored by the South
Florida Israel Bond Organua
tion at a Margate Jewish renter-
Israel Dinner of State Sunda).
Noi 24. in ths* center. Samuel
Sinter president o: the congre-
gation, announced
Temple Beth Israel Aetivitie*
TV Carps will recm.
Slate of Israel Ma^a A
presented for ouutanding w
ership and service in **,]
Israels progress ,d deVf.',
ment through the hrte\ b<,J,
Carp, a member r.
B nth. u a past pi.
Margate Jewish c, ,..
served as president
B'nai Moshe in Br<
.x >ears
A pas! Master of the Raa
I-oJge of the Mj
member of the Gold I
Club "f iv. :,- d
Star of Pnmpan-.
the Masons Carp ..
a member of the I | p lai
K.liK-ation commit'.. ..
4 Lodge of Mj.
The Carps, who h,
bnd on se\eral ocri
been active in tne U
campaign since its in
All-Dav Seminar Features
Author As Guest Speaker
The Libertarian Institute for a
Free Economy in conjunction
with the Society for Individual
Liberty will sponsor an all day
seminar entitled. "1984 All
Well Or Orwell'-' Saturday. Nov
16. in the Nova University au
ditonum. 3301 College Ave..
The theme of the seminar will
be a study of possible catastro-
phic futures i critical analysis
of the next decade in America
Will Americans face a hyper
inflation similar to that of Ger-
many in the 1930s, or a depres-
sion much more devastating than
1929" Is nuclear war an actual
possibility"' Are we moving to-
ward political dictatorship
Orwell style' Will we be faced
with technological collapse or
ecological disaster'
The morning session will be-
gin at 10 o'clock. There will be
n audio-visual presentation of
possibilities for America in the
next ten years and a series of
short introductory talks on van
ous types of possible future
Fraternity Plans
kn Seminar
The South Florida alumni
chapter of Rho Pi Phi Interna-
tional Pharmaceutical Fraternity
Sfflj hold an open seminar
Wednesday, at 8 pre. at First
Federal Savings and Lama, 18301
Bwcayne Blvd.. North Miami
Dr. Far] Barron. cardiologist
and internist, who will speak on
"Drugs I'sed In Hypertension "
is on the teaching staff of I'm
versify of Miami School of
The second speaker Robert W
I senior Dal re[>-
resentative Kline and
French Laboratories, wii: present
a li!m and commentary on Hy-
pertension "
Since continuing education "
in-.jerativo to re
a. pf a pharrna. mae, the
fraternity is opening these lec-
tures, free of charge, to all prac-
ticing arv! visiting pharmacista.
Each pharmacist attending Wall
receive two fairs credit. Wives
are also imited.
After the lectures, there will
be a short business meeting for
fraternity men. I era.
George Barron. vice chancel-
lor, is chairman of the seminar.
The afternoon session will be-
gin about one o'clock and will
elude four one hour presenta-
Dr Howard Maccabbee. who
has entitled bis talk "The Threat
and Promise of Genetic Control."
received his B.S in engineering
at Purdue, his Ph D in biacbem
istry at Southern California Uni-
versity, and will receive his
medical degree at the University
of Miami in 1975 He was one of
the founders of the California
Libertarian Party.
Dr William Marina, who will
speak on 'The Politics of Em
pire." received his PhD in his
tory from the I'niversity of Den
ver. He has been teaching at
Florida Atlantic University for
the last ten years He is co-au-
thor of "American Statesman on
Slavery and the Negro." has pub
lished articles in "Modern Age"
and is founder and president of
The International Foundation for
Gifted Children
Dorothy Dunn, who will talk
on the economic future, received
her BA and M.A. at the Cm
versity of Miami, and is present-
ly completing her Doctorate of
Arts in economics there She
has been teaching at Miami Dade
North, where she is an assistant
professor, for nine years.
The evening session, which
will begin at 7 30. will present
Dr David Friedman, whose talk
is entitled "The Case For Opti-
mism "
Dr Friedman holds a PhD in
physics from the I'm versity of
Chicago and is currently en-
gaged m post-doctoral studies at
the I'niversity of Pennylvania's
Fels Center of Government He
is the author of "The Machinery
of Freedom "
Dr Friedman is the son of
Milton Friedman, economist and
Registration will be from 9 I I
10 a m. During ihis period one
can peruse various booths ->n
libertarian inten vrature.
art works, and gold and silver
r advanced registration
contait D.anne Sie^mann Jvegis-
tratior. >n to a
"i.r. V.-. 17 at
10 a m which ill forcui on plan-
a retreat in case of socio-
eal collapse
Penaea de.-iring further in-
formation on the seminar may
>m Siegmann. 1
NW 46.h Ave. Apt HMD. Lau-
Regular Fndav evening serv-
ices will be held at 8 00 p m at
Temple Beth Israel. 7100 W Oak
land Park Blvd Sunnse Of
floating will be Rabbi Phillip A
Labowitz and Cantor Maurice A.
Saturday morning. Mr and
Mrs Sanford Leach will cele
brate the Bar Mitxvah of their
son. Brian Families and children
are always welcome Sabbath
morning services begin at 8 45
a.m. with an On eg Shabbat fol
lowing services.
Sunday School and Hebrew
School Registration is still open
For information about joining
Temple Beth Israel and enrolling
your children, contact the temple
Registration for the Junior and
Senior DST Program (Youth
Group) is now open, for 7th
through 12th grades Call Miles
P Bunder, youth director, for
more information.
The Men's Club Bowline
I-eague is in full swing every
Gold Key Follies Nov. 30
Sy! and Bette Reilly will
present The Gold Key PtoUsM
Saturday Not SO, at H p.m. in
the F..rt Laudtrdals Huh
School, l^on Mi 4th Ave,
the B'nai B'nth Women of Fort
lauderdale Tickets are avail-
at Hawaiian Gardens, Sunnse
Lakes. Lauderdale Lakes and
(iol'l Ke\
rune from 9 4V1J 00 tamanac jf wish cen"C" m
with light breakfast served ST.JS? *'Or2T,,>....."
Adult Education classes began
Tuenias Beginning Hebrew
Current Trends in Contemporary
Judaism. Bible and Israeli Folk
Dancing are offered
There will be a Sisterhood
Board Meeting on Mondav night,
the School Board will meet
Thursday night. Nov 7
The Senior DST Group will
dadleate the new Youth I^ounge
Tuesday at 7 30 p m
The Couples' Club wiH spon-
sor a "Square Dance" Saturday
night. Nov 9. in the temple
The Temple Judaica Gift Shop
is open with a wide variety of
gift suitable for new homes.
Bar Bat Mitnjh weddings and
other occasions Also a good se-
lection of Jewish ceremonial ob
jects. greeting cards, and even
records Open 9 30 4 30. Mon
da> Thursday and Wedneday
Daily minyan meets every day.
Monday through Thursday at
8 00 a m and in the evenings
at 6 30 p m and Sundav morn
ings at 9 00 am
OakUn* Park ,' p% .
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Cantor Neu To
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Cantor Maurice A Neu. Can
tor of Temple Beth Israel, will
berin an informal orogram of
BMBag and song for the Beth 1-
rael Hebrew School. Jules Sha
piro. president ..f tlve temple
Cantor Neu presently teach. -
all of the students, both b<>>> and
girls in preparation for Us
and Bat Mitavah.
Cantor Neu will be able to
reach all the classes within a I
at schedule H:s first are.i
i "rn will be teaching a re

1 hanukah. which comes up
in early December
Cantor Neu has a wide range
of songs and melodies which
should add a new dimension to
the education of the Beth Is-
rael children.
Ulpan Classes Set In
Greater Ft. Lauderdale
(fUpial HeWew ( nveewatloa launn
The classes wiil meet we, k;> m Thursday evening 7
9 30 pm at one of the area synagogues from Nov 14 Ma>
Onel Of tins seven numth program it $25 per person
i aie interested in registering for this exciting
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f\ efrcrt <3ecni/
How lo Move from Fear
To Haired Watfh the Irish Bubbas
[KKOM BFPMM to inflate toe public schools *T fston
fad. as ordered by federal court, icvealed a classic
Struggle <>f DM and new p,fl RroII,,v M: its. if m Hm yean of legal bettlei to force the MOddtrant new
of the Boston School Commlttei to knuckle to n* 1954
irt ruling Jit years later.
Green I'uw foaght finely on the Irish turf of South
m to prevent from bringing blacks into that enclave
BIT IK a new kind of Desegregation Kmmv could be
swarded, it should p to Grey Power that valiant band of
I OOton Irnh iiandmothers who brought brave banners
: welcome to the l Mered school, a welcome to make glad the
Mack youngsters who had to run the gamut <.f dirty
' -toning
-h bobbea! They themselves handing apples and
peacha and ..ranges to the frightened Invaders*' from Roxbury
- the] were something! C.rey power, outers whan shining
1 I iti uck!
rJanerJown on "forced busing" came after long
mer of beetle planning and defiance. The public acheol par>
- tweaaad out their homaworli with skin ai
MATOI kk\i\ white and PoBae Cbmndaioaar R
.1 rnraaaiative m r to the Hub, laid out 1
egy for n and m\ tri
mean Establishment, not not. d for digging
earn to help ameliorate Inter) tenaiona, cams ip with
Humberto CasdinaJ Medalroi inn valiantly against the
th Beaton partehiunera, led the community
for in end t.> hatred and violence,
the Patent, manj <>f whom on their hearths at home
ad against Integration, diaohafgad their aacurity
iti na nol
Win re tl ea araa the tn ible?
it was fm.t ai all with da agog m among the politiciana
to the end fanned the flame* of resistance. Their last
Hurrah has nol yet been aniindad; but it they wii. ..niy utt ay
ayaa to the South and the real of barter Maddox. they
i-.i'ue fhat new wind* ol civic decency will carry them to
I the skk lines soon.
The fau?t t<>. win with a band of rrnng rowdies, mal-
li ntents theaa who always apoil for tight.- in a Smith Boston
[; iti n of 34,000 th. y totaled only about 30t; but the.r Bally
power was enough to make the righteous weep
Ami finally, the fault an with the hard core of parents
fuhii without knowing it. acted out Casti Giamhattiata*i ancient
Iprtdictiona Short n the road that leads limn fear to hate."
TIIKl HKR paralyzed by fear and yielded 10 thetr basest
ms ( tic. in a moment of madnes* challenged Senator Ted
Kenned) to "baa your one-laggad sun to a Ranhury ehoaJ.''
lAnothar aboutari that she had hen upset by the assassination
Jack and Itob Kennedy hut wouldn't mind if Ted met the
I death From fear D3 hate. What a road to travel'
In this fren/ied circle of humans, in the ranks f Boat n
litlcians who want those now out kept out forever, there has
11 it'n In recant years much criticism of permissiveness, a con-
venient term for not just a Bight fun: discipline but a refusal
No believe that every urban problem can best be aolvad by
Is ibacribing to all that we have come to understand by the code
is. ;.iw and-order."
What irony In the Boston school integration experience,
nen. to am zealots of that civic creed demand that law kagf
ti in.Is off the public schools and onler give way to OBJ 1 It
rmissive km 1 of atoning, the ugfteel >e 0! resist dirty names.
Study Shows Big Housing Needs
tiot si\ at reasonable rates, with the I
ties and environment enabling it to aerve
the fui t a "real home," was found to
be the paramount nee.) of elderly Jevv.s in c'.,
4 den County in a new survey made by the Jewish
Federation of Oamden County.
.According to a .ojeia^ of the rcpo! t on
The Needs of Jewish Older Adults." the h\ , eration purchased in September. 1972. an exist-
ing nursing home and converted it into the
Jewish Oriatric Home.
AT THAT time, according to the preface.
Federation leadership began to consider the pos-
sibility of building an apartment house on the
same site for elderly Camden County Jews still
in good health. From various data, it was con-
duded that the Jewish population of 60 years
and older was 1.040 in 1973. slightly under six
percent of the estimated 18.3S6 Jewish :esidenta
of Camden County in 1973.
. Questionnaires were prepared for the study
and these were completed for 262 persons. 175
Interviewed at the Jewish CommoRKy Center
and SI e'derly Jews interviewed in their homes,
t 11 ARI.KS PI.OTKIN. Federation assistant
axe dive director, said that care was taken
to insure that ail geographic locathMM and types
1 1 neighborhooaa were covered, thereby obtahv
m_- a tapieaantatlva tampling." He aathnafad
that the aurvey reached about 26 pe; ,lu>
j ipulation of the Camden County
Ji m nunit).
The by the number
ol Jew I 1 kind 11I :
for aen It ens, there arould be no lack of
tenants if the federation did uaffei take te|
apenaoi an apartment house for the^wish weir
THK STI l)V alao found the reasons
for interest in housing was not always correlat-
ed *ith dissatislaction with the living arrange-
ments the respondents had The study found
that many Jews were living in unfavorable en-
vdronmenta "but just as manj are living in
desirable sections and in nice homes." The study
concluded that as people get older, there la
more they r.eed to satisfy their wants liesules
an attractive .*-ome."
Rents that were either too high or unstable
or both also were cited, as was lack of social
activities and preference by those living with
their children for a place of their own if they
: afford it."
THK STI'DY used a basil for income
ttdllty winch differed from that of the fed-
era' tment of Housing which II id-
mum Income for one aai illy
for government I 1 The at 1
found 71 .1. w> In th HUD maximum
two people la 15,200. Tlu In-
iies in that

Henry Kissingers Folly Detente
IN "CONFRONTATION: The Middle East and
World Politics" by Waiter l.aijueur I New
York. Bantam Books. $1 95, 30fl pp.) the eminent
Knglish author stales inat while tlie Israel limi-
tary leaders had underrated the Arab potential
and misread his intentions. Israel's basic failure
wu> poutteai and not military in character.
He places a good portion of the blame on
a Urk of foresight and the failure to display
greater political wisdom. Israel erroneously pur-
sued a jiolicy that was beyond its strength to
sustain for an extended period.
THK AITHOK argues that the political
loss even loss of face which is so important
in the Middle Fast was costly because it
could have avoided the Yom Kippur War by
making the same concessions that she ulti
mately made. Israel had no poliey other than
that of intransigence "immobilisme" is the
term of Laqueur.
Most Of the book Ls devoted to matters of
political science and the post War problems The
War revealed what the United States never
aeknow-fedged: the weakness of the Atlantic
The rift caused by the failure of every
natu n, eaaSft Holland and Portugal, to stand
firm with the US. appeared to have been heal-
ed. The Cyprus fiasco reveals not only the

armndtty of NATO bat ttte stupidit} ol the
State. Department policies and Kissingers ad-
teraaci to them.
i.\ not want a decisive Israeli victory," end he re-
garded the crisis "as a m.h'! n lisance for it
threatened the ejfauhl detente edifice in which
h. had brveated ea much efi nt"
Kissinger is a master of words, a mast,'! of
procrastination, and a master of deceit. His
postponement of the day of reckoning is aimed
to secure his monument. Tie American public
has been brainwashed by the 1 ublic relations
men of Nixon and fCiashBBBr. There is no jieace
in Vietnam.
The war Ls sti.l on. Sadat promises war in
the Middle Fast, and the ff iett are not only
reaiming Syria and Iraq but also the Palestinian
terrorists, and the Soviets are serve as co-
chairman at the Geneva confi what
POT o. K0111.RR. Leer Goure and M. L.
Harvey m "The Soviet I'nkm and the October
1973 War" lUhtveraity of Miami Center for
Advanced International Studies. 131 pp.) re-
veal the Seeiet role prior to and during the
Yom Ki| par War. letters and telegrams from
Bre/hnrv to Arab leaders and kings exhorting
them ti aid and fight with Syria ami Egypt
are reproduced In I 1
Tab's International Tactics Simple: From Oil Freeze to Price Freeze
V<>\\ that the Arabs have brought the world to
its kaaea arftfj tta oil fraaaea and restrictions on
pi a* It ap|>arently is turning its attention to the
snort! world to gain their ends.
Since the oil pressure excited by the Arabs seems
tO have borne fruit with the .ountries font end-
|y with th. .Moslems are beginning to thmw
ind in tha Asian Sgaeta K. arn:
endea Ing to get Israel barret! or kicked out of all
t.,. of i m| etttti
1111. nogfl oi the Arabs' move bi pressuring
in to bar Israel fro -

irnamant aataa I
1 the matter do not even
the vote aaa rta I In
1 I to
1 t!a- s.H'.-er team pro
executives from fflB I
Involved. ThUi we witnessed the ludicrous sight
Ha~Lc(l C_^o/
Japanese seena tea ng to hick iaraal out
deration whereas its executive

11. vi 1.
to the
I the \i 'A- .m
the Israeli
the UJ
particularly Irked oeet the action of the Asian I
ball people and is circulating a letter among members
of the Kxccutive Board of FIFA to do everything in
their power to do right by the Israelis in this shock-
ing development.
The matter apparently is so gflportant that the
afc rating actually was placed an the agenda for
the weekly Cabinet meeting, following the edict
pasned h. the Asian Kootiwii Confederation.
I MOUM'NATKLY. this situation i.s new and
bitoleraMe, and only time wiH tell how much muscle
tin \ md in the ipoi ta world. Tl
h..w already proved Veal atieaajlh in the oil world
and are determined to a n sports if
they can get 1 th it.
to th. Aiab er team
1 Korea
In the
I -o m a
e.-t wU I in
Irans goal.

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