You probably have a sense of his style. You may have read authors who themselves read Hemingway, and seen in them the strength of his influence.
It is now some seven months that Miami Attorney Sidney Aronovitz was recommended to fill a vacancy ton the U.
District Court, Southern District of Florida. As is traditional in these matters, the recommenda- tion came from the state's senators in Washington, in this case Senators Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone. As is also traditional in these matters, the President was expected to respond to the recommendation within a reasonable time in order to assure the fact that the vacancy does not hamper the ongoing juridical respon- sibilities of the court.
The fact is that nothing has happened thus far. The President has not acted on the recommendation, and we wonder why.
Can it be that the appointment is hung up in a net of politics seeking to ignore the Chiles-Stone recommendation in favor of a "party appointment" in this presidential election year? Aronovitz is a distinguished member of the bar, in practice for the past 30 years.
He is a former vice mayor of the City of Miami and a former City Com- missioner. His longtime civic and philanthropic activities in Florida are so numerous that they can hardly be cata- logued here.
Suffice it to say, they are, in themselves, a splendid recommendation for his appointment to the judgeship in question. Isn't it about time that the President acted favor- ably in this matter?
Public relations has never been Israel's long suit. Up until the war, this didn't seem to matter too much. Up until then, the tide was going all her way. World sympathies, rooted in the bestiality of the Nazi war machine, still recalled the tragic indifference to Jewish suffering. In Israel, the world seemed to want to atone.
The Yom Kippur War has changed all of that. It is not our intention here to explain why. Countless thou- sands of words in these editorial columns since October,have documented the causes behind the change.
The fact is, there has been a change. Time Magazine's 'Report The consequence of the change is that the world is no longer willing to respond positively to Israel in tra- ditional knee-jerk fashion. Automatic sympathy in the past is just that a thing of the past.
Now it is incumbent upon Israel to become more skillful in her public utterances in order to combat a parallel advice in the skillful use of public utterances by the Arabs to argue their own cause. We have here in mind the current Time Magazine report of Israel's Atom Bomb arsenal which she was allegedly preparing to deliver when the Yom Kippur War was going against her.
We have never doubted Israel's capacity to build nuclear weapons. As early as the mid's, Abba Eban repeatedly remarked that "Who do you think built the Atom Bomb in the first place? Its tone suggests that Israel was ready to see the whole world go up in flames in one final Armageddon act before go- ing down herself.
Whatever the truth or falsehood in the magazine's report, it is the tone that counts. It represents one of the most vicious propaganda attacks against Israel to date, and that includes the worst that the Arab-Commu- nist-Third World bloc has been able to hurl at Israel since the Yom Kippur War.
If Israel does not take care and respond to this viciousness artfully and professionally, things will not get better, but only worse. Fla ' O Fred K. W ffl Telegraphic Agency. National editorial Aeeoclatlen Am. Out frown Upon R. If you've seen "Z," then you well know what "Special Section" is about.The characters in The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms talk about the same amount and say about the same amount.
By the time we get to For Whom the Bell Tolls, the characters talk more but say less. Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood Related Items: Jewish Floridian of South Broward three of whom were Miami area psychiatrists. All even had medical background in the U.S.
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