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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Place of Publication:
Boca Raton, Fla
Creation Date:
December 14, 1979

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*Jem Of South County
ServmgJocaRaton, Del ray Beach and Highland Beach
folume 1 Number 1
Boca Raton, Florid,-Friday, December 14,1979
QFndShocht
Price 35 Cents
A Jewish Parents'
Guide on Christmas
Annually, on the occasion of the convening of
the Chanukah and Christmas holidays, The Jewish
Floridian publishes this Guide for Jewish Parents
Regarding Christmas. The Guide is prepared by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami.
Isn't Christmas a national
holiday which all Jews can
observe in good conscience?
Banks and government agen-
cies do close, but above all
things, Christmas is a major
Christian holy day which
celebrates the birth of Jesus, the
Christian Messiah. To suggest to
our Christian friends that
Christmas is anything else would
be presumptuous. Christmas is
not in the same category as
Thanksgiving Day, Fourth of
July, Decoration Day, or any
other American holiday. Since we
do not regard Jesus as our savior,
we can not in good conscience
observe Christmas. To do so is to
violate our religious principles.
How do Christian clergymen and
the responsible Christian laiety
regard the problem?
New Federation Board Elected
Boca Raton. Delray Beach and
Highland Beach on Nov. 1
became the geographical areas
serviced by the newest Jewish
t ederation in the United States.
Previously this area was a
satellite office of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, with its main office in
West Palm Beach.
With the increase in the Jewish
population in South County, it
was felt that this area could be
better served if it had its own
independent Federation. The new
South County Jewish Federation
will continue to jointly fund with
the Palm Beach Federation the
following programs: Russian
Resettlement, a Jewish chaplain
for county hospitals, an
Endowment Fund Program, and
the "Mosaic" program which
appears on Channel 5 at 9 a.m. on
Sunday mornings.
James B. Baer, who was
previously South County general
James B. Baer
chairman, has been elected
president of the new Federation.
He says, "The foresight of the
Palm Beach Federation in un-
derstanding the need to create
this new South County
Federation is most unusual. This
may be the only instance of a
Federation spinning off a portion
of its geographical coverage to
form a new Federation.
I know that with this new
Federation, we can raise more
money for UJA and Israel and
give better service to our local
agencies. I am proud to be its
first president."
__ The offices of the South
County Jewish Federation are at
3200 North Federal Highway,
Suite 124, Boca Raton. Rabbi
Bruce S. Warshal is executive
director; Helene Eichler is
assistant executive director; and
Andrea Tripp is the office
manager.
Responsible Christian leaders
bemoan the perversion of the
Christmas season and are trying
to do something about it.
Christian clergymen and laymen
constantly speak out against the
commercialization of the Christ-
mas celebration. It is a religious
holiday, and should be regarded
as such.
Would it not be the better part of
discretion to "go along" with
our Christian neighbors, even
if it means observing
Christmas?
No matter involving violations
of strong religious convictions
can be regarded as trivial or
minor. The true spirit of
Americanism would never compel I
anyone to act in conflict with his
freedom of conscience. Our early
American forebears came to these
shores precisely for the oppor-
tunity to worship God according
to the dictates of their hearts.
What about the Christmas tree?
The Christmas tree is dis-
tinctively a Christmas symbol.
Since Christmas is for Christians,
the Christmas tree is appropriate
for Christians only. The Christ-
mas tree has no place in the
Jewish home, nor should any
Continued on Page 15
Officers and board members of the South County Jewish Federation, shown from left to right,
are Norman I. Stone, Rabbi Bruce Warshal, executive director; Shirley Enselberg, James Baer,
Phyllis Cohen, Donald Berger and Milton Kretsky.
South County Federation Formed
The officers and board
members of the South County
Jewish Federation were elected at
the annual meeting on Nov. 26.
The officers are: James B. Baer,
president; Norman I. Stone,
Milton Kretsky, and Shirley
Enselberg, vice presidents;
Phyllis Cohen, secretary; and
Donald Berger, treasurer.
Elected to a one year term oil
the board of directors were
Mariorie Baer, Rita Bagus,
Henry Brenner, Alvin Cohen,
Myron Cohen, Philip Cohn, Dr.
Karl Enselberg, J. P. Listick,
Rose Rifkin, Dr. Gerald
Robinson, Arnold Rosenthal. Dr.
Samuel Rothfeld, Gerald
Slosberg, Saul Slossberg and
Gladys Weinshank.
Elected to a two year term on
the board of directors were
Charles Cohen, Col. Melvin
Fradin, Albert Gortz, David
Kend, Margaret Kottler,
Florence Melton, Abe Meltzer,
Esther Omansky, Dr. Myron
Persoff, Samuel Revits, Charlotte
Robinson, Sam Schwimer,
. Berenice Schankerman, Betty
Stone and Philip Z in man.
Full-time rabbis of
congregations within the geo-
graphical boundaries of Boca
Raton, Delray Beach and
Highland Beach also serve on the
board. In this capacity, Rabbi
Samuel Silver of the Reform
Hebrew Congregation of Delray
Beach, Rabbi Merle Singer of
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
and Rabbi Nathan Zelizer of
B'nai Torah Congregation of
Boca Raton were elected to the
Federation board of directors.
Ambassador Dov Sinai to Speak at Party
Dr KarlEnselb
erg
Dr. Karl Enselberg, Cocktail
Party chairman, announces that
the Advance Gifts Cocktail Party
will be held at his home on Dec.
15, 5 to 7:30 p.m. A minimum
Men's Division gift of $5,000 is
established.
Ambassador Dov Sinai will be
the featured speaker. Ambas-
sador Sinai was born in Poland
and came to Palestine as a
yoath. He was enlisted in the
underground and was detained
by the British for illegal ac-
tivities. He served in the Israel
Army for 15 years, rising to the
rank of colonel.
He began his diplomatic career
10 years ago, having served as
consul general in South Africa
and Canada, as well as being a
member of the Israel delegation
to the UN General Assembly. In
1974, Ambassador Sinai was
appointed vice president of the
Israel Education Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal.
The co-chairmen for the Ad-
vance Gifts Committee are
Robert Byrnes, David Kend,
Frank Titelman, Samuel Revits
ind Philip Zinman.
Dr. Enselberg said, "It is our
hope that this cocktail party will
give the Men's Campaign im-
petus toward the minimum
51,000 Kick-off Dinner to be held
at the Boca Raton Hotel on
January 26."


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The Jewish FhridianofSouthCounty
Membership Meeting
Launches New Federation
General membership meetings
are usually held at the end of the
annual campaign in the late
spring, but this past Nov. 26 a
fall general membership meeting
inaugurated the new South
County Jewish Federation.
Rabbi Sam Silver began the
evening with She-he-che-a-noo,
the traditional Jewish prayer
thanking God for arrival at a
momentous occasion.
James Baer delivered the State
of the Federation that are con-
tinuations of South County
activity that existed as a branch
of the Palm Beach Federation.
These included the Community
Relations Council, Leadership
Development Training, Soviet
Jewry Resettlement, The Jewish
Floridian and the Hospital
Chaplaincy program.
He also discussed the res-
ponsibility of the South County
Federation to fund beneficiary
organizations, including the
Jewish Community Day School.
Al Gortz presented a Legal
Committee report.
Phyllis Cohen, co-chairperson
for the Women's Campaign, and
Saul Slossberg, co-chairman for
the Men's Campaign, presented
reports. The combined campaign
has increased 13 per cent over
1979. This means that the 213
contributors to date have in-
creased their pledges by 131 per
cent over their 1979 gifts. They
have pledged over $240,000 to the
1980 Campaign.
Shirley Enselberg, as chair-
person of the Nominating Com-
mittee, presented the slate of
officers. Board members serve
two years, but since the by-laws
call for staggered terms, half the
board was initially elected for a
one year term. Board members
were chosen by lot to serve the
initial two year term from the
entire slate of directors presented
to the membership meetings.
Rabbi Merle Singer delivered
the installation charge and
blessed Rabbi Bruce Warshal.
invoking God's guidance to
assist him in the administration
of his new position as executive
director.
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King's Lodge 2965 B'nai B'rith
will hold its regular monthly
meeting in the Winick Socul Hall
of Temple Emeth. 5780 W.
Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach, on
Dec. 18, at 7:30 p.m.
The featured speaker will be
Louis C. Fischer, former member
of AZA. New York. Fischer
served in Vietnam as flight
engineer in the U.S. Air Force
and graduated from Georgia
Tech as a civil engineer. He is the
associate director of the B'nai
B'rith Foundation of the U.S.
All are welcome. Light refresh-
ments will be served.
B'nai B'rith Women of Delray
Beach. Naomi Chapter 1537. will
hold its next regular meeting on
Dec. 17 at 12:30 p.m. at Temple
Emeth.
HADASSAH
Hadassah. Ben-Gurion
Chapter. Delray Beach, will hold
its paid-up membership luncheon
on Dec. 20 at Temple Emeth at
noon. Special presentation by
Rose Orlin.
Dec. 29 to Jan. 1. Hadassah
Ben-Gurion is having its Gala
New Year's Eve Weekend bus
trip to Holiday Inn, Daytona
Beach; touring historic St.
Augustine and Kennedy Space
Center. For information and
reservations, contact Claire
Wechsler, 623 Saxony M, King's
Point.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Brotherhood Sisterhood pre-
sents "The Chanukah Family
Dinner" at 6 p.m. at the temple
on Dec. 16. Games, food, magic
show.
\; Singles "Chanukah Gather-
ing," Dec. 22 at 8:30 p.m.
All singles in the area are
welcome to attend a Latke and
Wine Chanukah night at the
home of Martin Greenzang. 7171
San Salvador. Boca Raton. Call
the temple office for more in-
formation.
TEMPLE EMETH
Sisterhood is having its
general monthly meeting, Thurs-
day, Jan. 3. at noon. Guests
welcome. Refreshments served.
Sisterhood is presenting "Billie
Hyman" in a living biography of
Leonard Bernstein Sunday, Jan.
6, 8 p.m. Tickets: Rose Medwin,
Mollie Patinkin, Ida Rothenberg
or temple office.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
All Points Chapter of Delray
Beach will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon Tuesday,
Dec. 18, 1 p.m. at Delray Com-
munity Center. Dr. Jack Gold
will conduct a discussion on
"Stress." Reservations are still
being taken for a "Night at the
Races," Friday, Jan. 18 at Pom-
pano Raceway. Contact Dolly
Hanner, 413 Monaco I, Delray
Beach, for reservations.
Sandal foot-Boo a Chapter will
have its general meeting on Dec.
17 at 8 p.m. at the home of Molly
Getzel.
>l The program will consist
of a "Chanukah Candlelighting
Ceremony and an auction. All
members and friends invited.
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WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
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each month at a new mZ.
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Wednesday, Jan. 9, at 1 p.m.
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The Jewish FlnruHnn ^"^-"Hfy
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V
The original
Declaration of Independence.
There was a time in history when
Man's right to independent worship
went unrecognized.
But,2145 years ago.an event
occurred that firmly established the
principle in the consciousness of Man.
In the year 167 B.C.E.,the first
war in history was fought to preserve a
peoples'way of life :their laws ;stand-
ards of morality ;and above all.the reli-
gion revealed to them in the wilderness
of Sinai more than a thousand years
before.
The Jewish people led by the Mac-
cabees,fought to break the religious
tyranny of the Assyrian-Greek conquer-
ors of ancient Judea who threatened
the very survival of the Jewish way of
The Maccabees and their followers
struggled not for personal gain.and
broader influence.but to preserve the
Jewish Faith. .
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it is a yearly recurring declara-
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right of human beings to live and wor-
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T^:iouLKKPUiridiah6fS6uth County'' .
Friday,' December 14.

Jewish Flor idian
OF SOUTH COUNTY
Serving Boca Rton, Dalray Beach and Highland Beach
In conjunction with South County JewUh Federation, Inc.
Combined Jewish Appeal___
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Milton Kretsky, Shirley Enselberg; Secretary: Phyllis Cohen; Treasurer: Donald
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Friday, December 14,1979 24 KISLEV 5740
Volume 1 Number 1
The Business of Terrorists
Of little notice was the General Assembly's
generous vote for a resolution to dismiss the Camp
David accord as irrelevant. In a word, the United
Nations has legislated the accord out of existence.
Led by the Third World, the world "peace
organization" moved to legitimize the terrorism of
the Palestinian movement. But this is the same
movement that conducts the war against the United
States not only in Iran, but also elsewhere through-
out the Middle East.
The grand irony is that it is to this "peace
organization" that we have appealed to for action
against Iran's kidnaping of American citizens and
holding them as hostages until we do Ayatollah
Khomeini's bidding in the case of the Shah.
What can we expect from the United Nations?
In our opinion, nothing more than a lot of sanc-
timonious palaver. Only the likes of a Jesse Jackson
can make sense out of this senseless situation. In the
Third World's rise on the scruff of our necks, only he
can applaud.
me *AMe team--me 5am R^e
Americans Understand Israel's Problem
WARWICK, R.I. (JTA) -
Sen. John Warner (R., Va.) feels
that, as a result of the Iranian
crisis, Americans have developed
a new understanding of Israel
and its problems.
Speaking before more than 500
corporate executives and guests
at a State of Israel Bond dinner
here at which sales of over $2.3
million in Bonds and other in-
struments were reported, Warner
said, "The Iranian crisis has
brought Americans together in
patriotism. It is beginning to
unite the Congress behind a
strong national defense of which
Israel is an integral part. We
have developed a new empathy
with Israel because of its courage
and because it faces dangers
constantly. We are learning, as
Israel has learned when faced by
Is Navon Aching to Quit Job?
HAIFA There are recurrent
romors here that President
Yitzhak Navon is seriously
considering resigning from his
post. Some of these rumors are
idle speculation by citizens who
seek to impress their cafe friends
with the extent of their political
acumen. Others come out of the
murky waters of Machiavellian
political scheming which seeks to
set in motion events that would
serve specific political purposes.
Whatever the source of the
latest stories, several fairly clear
scenarios can be sketched.
One has it that Navon feels
frustrated in his high state post
which has all the trappings of
honor and glory, but is almost
completely devoid of any true
authority, responsibility or
opportunity to exercise an in-
fluence on national policies.
THAT IS the way the office of
the presidency was set up 32
years ago, tailored for the
country's first President, Chaim
Weizmann, who was already
ailing and almost blind when he
took office. Most of his suc-
cessors were already of advanced
age so that the absence of any
real challenge in the office was to
them a virtue rather than a fault.
Navon, on the other hand, is
only 58. He finds himself both
fettered and gagged, since the
President is supposed to be both
above and outside of partisan
politics, where all the action is.
Before he was named President,
he was a leading member of the
Labor Party, and his election
nevertheless, during the Begin
administration, was a remarkable
tribute to his popularity.
Carl
Atoert
His full five-year term of office
would carry him a year beyond
the next scheduled Knesset
elections, and the next ad-
ministration, whether Likud or
Labor, would find Navon still in
his neutral political no-man's
land, and out of the main stream
of those who make and influence
policies.
IF HE WERE to decide to quit
and re-enter politics, he cannot
wait much longer. It is generally
agreed that a retiring President,
like a retiring general, cannot
leap straight into politics on the
basis of the prestige of his
previous post. A cooling off
period is necessary, possibly as
much as a year. Such a deadline
is rapidly approaching if Navon
seeks to leave the ceremonial
reviewing stand and descend into
the arena.
There can be little doubt that
he still retains his old Labor
Party loyalties. It must hurt him
to see the party torn by the bitter
personal feuds for the leadership
between Peres, Rabin, Allon and
others this at a time when
many believe that a strong,
united Labor can effectively
unseat the Begin coalition at the
next election. The present in-
fighting on the left menaces the
possibility.
The popular Yitzhak Navon
could become the rallying point
for a rejuvenated Labor Party
He is a Sephardi, and that is a
powerful asset. He has a warm
personality. He speaks English
French, Spanish, Arabic and
other languages with as much
fluency as his native Hebrew. It
has become clear that the masses
respond to him more en-
thusiastically than to any other
personality on the Israel scene
today.
THERE IS a variation to this
scenario. Begin may not succeed
in Maintaining the stability of his
coalition. The divided Labor
Party may not be able to present
a united front. A national crisis
would threaten. At this point the
cry would go up for establish-
ment of a national wall-to-wall
unity government, embracing the
major parties of both left and
right, and with Yitzhak navon as
the Prime Minister.
Should the President agree, his
candidacy would be well-nigh
irresistible. He could become the
strong man many say Israel
needs. The masses would look to
him as a savior. And because he
comes with Labor credentials no
one could apply to him those
epithets of "dictator" or
"fascist" which would inevitably
have been attached to a leader
who came from the ranks of the
right.
But what does Navon himself
say? According to one report, he
intends to complete the five years
to which he was elected.
According to another report, he is
already under pressure from
some of his friends, and in
suitable circumstances would be
prepared to resign from the
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public service award, at the
dinner which was held in his
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The Jewish
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Israeli Mafia'
Toughs Linked to L.A. Murders
W,?
ByTOMTUGEND
London Chronicle Syndicate
LOS ANGELES The brutal
BUrder and mutilation of a man
S woman have focused press
headlines on a gang of Middle
gjstem immigrants dubbed the
"Israeli Mafia."
Tj,e victims, whose
dismembered parts were found in
Lr separate refuse bins, were
Esther Ruven, 22, and an
unidentified man believed to be
her missing husband, kU, u.
Two men have been accused of
their murder, Eliahu Komer-
Aero 27, who is still at large,
and Joseph Zakaria, also 27, who
Wuld face a death sentence if
convicted.
THE VICTIMS and the two
men charged with the murders
fived in neighboring suburban
communities in the San Fernando
Valley area of Los Angeles, and
they knew each other socially.
Israeli nationals, all have been
accused of being linked with the
activities of the "Israeli Mafia."
Statements by law enforce-
ment officials and newspaper
reports differ greatly on the size
and structure of the "Israeli
Mafia." Estimates of its
members range from a dozen
hardened criminals and 50
fringe players" up to a total of
>00.
The police admit that they
have not been able to infiltrate
into the secretive "Mafia," whose
members are mainly Israelis of
North Africa descent, with a
sprinkling of Arabs, Armenians
and Iranians.
_ THE PRESENCE of the
Ah mafiosos" first came to public
" attention about five years ago,
vhen small gangs of young
Israeli toughs began preying on
imall businesses in the Jewish
Fairfax area of Los Angeles.
, Initially, the criminals ex-
torted "protection" money from
nerchants, many of them
Israelis, threatening fire-
mbing or retaliation against
relatives in Israel, if their
demands were not met.
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branched out into more
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according to reports pieced
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The crunee are believed to
include between two and five
execution-style" murders of
gang members, mainly attributed
to bungled drug transactions.
I his motive is suspected in the
Ruven killing.
THE PROFIT from all these
operations is as uncertain as
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million in phony insurance and
arson claims have been collected
during the last two years.
The Israeli authorities are
cooperating fully in the in-
vestigation by supplying
background information on the
Israeli criminals.
Col. Michael Bochner, on
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American law enforcement
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"outraged" by "press
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, December U, i9
A vital Looks Worn
Back from Tour for Anatoly
Stefani Hoffman, is the story of
two young people who married
for love and were separated
because they are Jewish.
Mrs. Sharansky emigrated to
Israel in July 1973, the day after
her wedding in Moscow. She has
not been permitted to visit her
husband since then.
Mrs. Sharansky explained the
background of what she called
the double standard the Soviets
employ regarding dissidents. As
an example, she said the Soviet
government produced "the very
f* aggressive" television film
Congregational Installation xaaStfsSSS^
"we have here in the Soviet
Union soldiers of Zionism,"
meaning, she said, "persons like
Anatoly, the Slepaks and Ida
Nudel."
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Avital Sharansky, wife of im-
prisoned Soviet dissident
Anatoly Sharansky, returned to
Washington appealing for
continued support to help obtain
her husband's release so that he
can join her in Israel.
Looking worn from her
ceaseless efforts for her
husband's freedom, Mrs.
Sharansky met with reporters at
a breakfast at the National Press
Club, appeared on television and
later was a guest at a reception at
the Capitol, hosted by Rep.
Robert Drinan (D., Mass.), who
9he described as a "dear friend of
our family."
THE REPORTERS received
copies of her personal account of
her life, entitled Next Year in
Jerusalem which were Anatoly s
last words when his trial ended in
Moscow in 1977. The book,
written with liana Ben'Joseph
and translated from Russian by
At Shabbat Services on Friday
evening, Nov. 30, the officers and
rabbi of the Reform Hebrew Con-
gregation of Delray were
ceremonially inaugurated. Over
500 people were in attendance.
Taking part in the proceedings
were Mayor Leon Weekes, Rev.
James English, Rabbi Morton
Applebaum, Rabbi Emmet
Frank; Rabbi Lewis Bogage,
executive director of the South-
east Region of the Union of
American Hebrew Congre-
gations; and Rabbi Bruce
Warshal, executive director of
the South County Jewish Fed-
eration. Jerry Marshall served as
master of ceremonies.
Jerome Gilbert, founding
president of the congregation,
received a testimonial plaque
from the group. It was presented
with words of appreciation by
Lawrence Sommers, the
Mrs. Sharansky urged that
letters from individuals and
statements by officials be sent to
the Soviet authorities to explain
to the Russians in a "big public
campaign" that in her special
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TheJewishFloridian of South County
Headlines
Women Hit Soviet Anti-Semitism
The International Council of Jewish Women
has denounced the growing campaign of anti-
Semitism in the Soviet Union. The ICJW, at its
midterm meeting in Jerusalem, condemned anti-
Jewish attacks in the media, the denial of
university seats to Jewish students, and the
continuing lack of opportunities for the study of
Jewish culture and history.
Mrs. Eleanor Marvin, president of the ICJW,
which has more than one million members in 31
countries, also pledged organizational support for
Jewish prisoners of conscience, such as Ida
Nudel. and other long-term refuaenika.
The United States affiliate of ICJW is the
National Council of Jewish Women, which has
adopted Ida Nudel aa a prisoner of conscience and
which recently held a protest vigil outside the
Soviet Embassy in Washington, D.C.___________
Joseph Giordano, director of the Louis Caplan
Center on Group Identity and Mental Health of
the American Jewish Committee's Institute on
Pluralism and Group Identity, has been elected
chair of the Coalition for The White House
Conference on Families.
The White House Conference on Families,
originally scheduled for 1979, is now to be held in
three cities Baltimore, Minneapolis, and Los
Angeles during June and July of 1980.
The Coalition has been working among its
constituents to encourage a nationwide dialogue
on the changing needs of families and on
measuring the impact of government and other
institutions on families in today's society.
Neighborhood Center
Auxiliary Forms
Dr. Henry L. Foster of Newton Centre, Mass.,
founder and president of the Charles River
Breeding Laboratories, has been elected chairman
of the Brandeia University Board of Trustees, it is
announced by Marver H. Bernstein, Brandeis
University president.
Dr. Foster, a noted figure in the field of
veterinary medicine and civic and philanthropic
leader, succeeds film executive Robert S. Ben-
jamin, who died Oct. 22. He sill complete the
remaining seven months of Benjamin's term and
then serve a full three-year term.
An Auxiliary to the South
Center Neighborhood Center has
been organized and a meeting of
the Auxiliary was to be held Dec.
13 at Florida Atlantic University
Center Bldg., Rm. 213 at 1 p.m.
The Center, active for many
years in the South County,
performs multiple services for the
elderly. Included in its activities
are providing transportation for
the elderly, handyman services
for minor repairs, reassurance
calls, friendly visitation,
counseling relative to Social
Security and Medicare, and
information and referral to the
appropriate agency or organ-
ization which best meets the
client's needs. The Center's
Horizons Unlimited program
provides educational, recrea-
tional and social programs.
The purpose of the Auxiliary is
to raise funds for the Center for
the first six months of 1980.
During this period, the Center
plans to extend its services to
"each more residents. The*
Auxiliary hopes to raise the
funds through social functions,
merchandise sales, auctions,
bazaars and art shows. Com-
mittees are now being organized,
and volunteers are urgently
I needed.
\
Over 30 Coffees Planned
Esther Oman sky, Educational
Coffees chairperson for the
Women's Campaign, announces
that she expected to hold over 30
introductory women's coffees
within the next month.
These coffees are educational
and involve no solicitation. Their
purpose is to explain the needs of
the world-wide and local Jewish
communities.
Regional coffee chairpeople
are: Ricki Berger, Mildred
Epstein and Gertrude Newman.
The Speakers Corps for these
coffees include Margie Baer,
Shirley Enselberg, Rose Rifkin,
Betty Stone and Gladys
Weinshank.
Omansky commented,
"Education is the key to com-
mitment. Through these coffees,
held in private homes, we try to
bring our community together
and to explain the needs of our
own Jewish community. Our
experience has been that once
people understand, they become
involved."
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The Jewish Fhridian of South County
Friday, December 14,1979
South County Calendar
Dec. 15
South County Jewish Federation Advanced Gifts Cocktail Party
- 5 p.m. B'nai Torah Chanukah Concert 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 16
Temple Beth El Brotherhood/Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner Party
- 6 p.m. Temple Emeth Chanukah Party 7 p.m. B'nai Torah
- Family Chanukah Celebration 10 a.m.
Dec. 17
Hadassah, Menachem Begin Meeting Women's American
ORT, Boca East Board 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women's
Naomi Chanukah Festival 12:30 p.m. Deborah Hospital -
Cruise Dec. 17-21 Women's American ORT, Sandalfoot -
Meeting 8 p.m.
Dec. 18
B'nai B'rith Kings Lodge 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth El Sisterhood-
Paid-up Membership Breakfast 10 a.m. Women's American
ORT, Delray Paid-up Membership Lunch 1 p.m.
Dec. 19
Women's American ORT, Region 9:30 a.m. B'nai Torah 8
p.m. Meeting Brandeis University Women, Boca Psychology
Group 10 a.m. Hadassah, Menachem Begin noon meeting
B'nai Torah Sisterhood Jewish Music Month 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 20
Brandeis University Women, Boca Board Temple Beth El 8
p.m. Board Hadassah, Ben-Gurion noon Luncheon
Dec. 22
Temple Beth El Singels Chanukah Gathering 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 23
B'nai Torah Men's Club 10 a.m.
Dec. 24
Reform Hebrew Congregation of Delray Sisterhood 12:30 p.m.
Meeting Brandeis University Women, Delray 10 a.m.
Dec. 25
Deborah Hospital 1 2:30 p. m.
Dec. 26
Women's American ORT, Delray- lOo.m.
Dec. 27
Jewish War Veterans Aux. 7 p.m. Brandeis University
Women, Boca Joy of Arts Day Trip B'nai B'rith Women's
Naomi 10:30 a.m. Board Temple Emeth Brotherhood 7:30
p.m. Board Temple Emeth Sisterhood 9:30 p.m. Board
Dec. 30
Hadassah, Ben-Gurion New Year's Weekend Dec. 30 Jan. 2
Temple Emeth Brotherhood Breakfast -9:15 a.m.
Dec. 31
Deborah Hospital 12:30 p.m. Board
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Fla. 33432. Reform. Phone: 391 8900.
Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Cantor Martin
Rosen. Sabbath Services, Friday at
8:15 p.m. Saturday, 9:15 a.m. Torah
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10:30a.m. Sabbath Morning Services.
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CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA.
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray
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Phone: 499 7407. Temple No. 499 9229.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID. Sabbath
Services, Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at
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On Monday, Dec. 17, and Tuesday, Dec. 18, the
Boca / Delray Section of the National Council of Jewish Women
will in accordance with its on-going program, Holiday on
Wheels take the Chanukah celebration to the Fountains
Nursing Home and the Boca Raton Convalescent Center, as well
as to the Florida Four Seasons Manor and the Abbey-Delray
Health Center.
They will be accompanied by Rabbi Alan Sherman,
chaplain of the South County Jewish Federation.
Chanukah is celebrated on the 25th day of the Hebrew
month of Kislev. This holiday is called the Festival of Lights,
since it emphasizes the lighting of the Menorah. The Menorah
being used was donated to the nursing homes by the Boca
Delray Section of the NCJW to be used each year.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
Baker Urges
U.S. Use Israel-Built Air Bases
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON
,TA) Sen. Howard
jaker of Tennessee, the
Republican Senate Minor-
tY Leader and a declared
andidate for his party's
residential nomination,
antstheU.S.to"reasses
ts Middle East policy in
,iew of the Iranian situ-
ation and suggested leasing
he two Israel-built air
>ases in Sinai to help
rotect its friends and allies
Bn the area.
Baker said in a Senate speech,
Whatever the outcome of the
ragic imprisonment of our dip-
omats in Iran, the U.S. must re-
issess its prospects and the pros-
>ects of its allies and friends in
he troubled Middle East."
HE ADDED: "It goes without
saying in 1979 that it is im-
perative that our oil lifeline to
that area of the globe be pre-
served. The stable eovernments
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them in maintaining the stability ffj* ?f "stantial benefit to
of their institutions & *&?*** economy" and that
- oil-producing countries of
The Sean tor noted that "the
Noting that "For many years
the Sinai has been the site of
some of the most impressive air
bases in the world," Baker
pointed out that "they are
capable of handling" "America's
giant B-52 bombers.
"Today, as a result of the
impressive success of the peace
process between Egypt and
Israel," he said, those bases are
to be handed over to Egypt.
BAKER BELIEVES that
"President (Anwar) Sadat might
well agree that an American
presence in this troubled area
would be additional proof of the
increasing firmness of the Egyp-
tian-American relationship."
the
the area would be"well served by
such a manifestation of the
American will to do what
necessary to sustain both
alliances and its lifeline."
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The two air bases in Sinai will
be handed over to Egypt in 1981
in the final stage of Israel's with-
drawal from the peninsula. By
that time, two replacement air
bases in the Negev are expected
to have been completed.
MEANWHILE, in a speech on
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that "In considering our options
in Iran, it is clear that the U.S.
would be severely restricted
without the presence of our ally,
Israel." He added:
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, December 14,1979
Freed Argentinian Declares
'It's Very Important to be a Jew'
moment I arrived at the airport
in Tel Aviv I had an offer from
Mooriv. I spoke with the editor I
said to him, "I don't write
Hebrew. I don't read Hebrew
How can I work in a paper I don't
read?'
NEW YORK -
important to be a
that, we can discuss all the other
points."
These are the words of Jacobo
Timerman, the Argentinian
Jewish editor recently released
from house arrest after years of
worldwide protest. They were
spoken at United Jewish Appeal
national headquarters during the
only interview Timerman has
granted since arriving in the
United States.
TIMERMAN is slated to
receive the UJA 1979 David Ben-
Gurion Award during the UJA
National Conference at a public
assembly in Avery Fisher Hall
here on Friday, Dec. 7.
The exclusive interview,
conducted by Rabbi Mark S.
Golub, will be aired on the
syndicated radio program
L'Chayim over WMCA in New
York on Sunday. L'Chayim is
also broadcast in Palm Beach,
PI, through the auspices of local
federations and the assistance of
the UJA.
The Avery Fisher Hall
assembly, which will see
Timerman presented with the
Ben-Gurion award, will also
include a tribute to recently-re-
leased Soviet Jewish Prisoner of
Conscience Boris Penson, a
dramatic reading by multiple-
"It is very ,award winning actor Eli Wallach,
r and a concert by the Soviet
Jewish Emigre Orchestra, under
the direction of Lazar Guzman.
TIMERMAN WILL receive
the Ben-Gurion Award for his
"struggle against oppression and
for the right to live a Jewish life."
The 1978 award went to Soviet
Jewish Prisoners of Conscience.
Timerman's reaction: "We owe
so much to the Jews of Russia. In
Argentina, I had a very very bad
feeling because I thought that,
after all, I was under house
arrest; not in so bad conditions
as the Jews who were in Russia.
"The decision of the Jews of
Russia to fight for being Jews is
something that I think we don't
realize the importance of. That
means really that Jews can
survive. This is something they
show to us."
TIMERMAN, who now lives
in Israel, said that "Freedom as a
human being and freedom as a
Jew they are very different. I
am used to the idea of being free.
I suppose it is not difficult to live
like a free human being. But what
is really difficult is to live as a
free Jew. This is something I
never imagined, it was an ex-
perience I never had. I have been
a free man, but I never was a free
Jew. In Israel, you are a free Jew,
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what it means. Jewish life is so
rich now, so many questions in
Jwish life we still don't have an
answer for. I still don't have the
broad idea of all the richness of
being a free Jew .
"The Jews must work
together, because anti-Semitism
will exist for many, many years. I
don't know why. We cannot
destroy anti-Semitism. The only
thing we can do is to see that
anti-Semitism doesn't destroy us.
That is why it is so important to
be one Jewish people. .
"I think the best thing for a
Jew is to live in Israel. But if you
don't live in Israel, you are still a
Jew and you are very important
for me. You can be a Jew in any
country of the world, but I have
the ambition that Israel should
be the best country in the world."
"Why was I arrested? I was
editor of the only outspoken daily
about human rights in Argen-
tina. It was the only daily that
pointed out anti-Semitic in-
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that for security reasons, he
couldn't tell me which was was
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East. But I was happy I had
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observant Jew. But something
came out of me that I needed to
touch Jewishness to survive. .
"I am a journalist. Journalists
cannot live without the language.
We work with words. All my life I
was a journalist, and I needed to
work now in Israel. I don't know
Hebrew. I thought I might learn
how to be a carpenter in a kib-
butz, or perhaps open a small
bookshop with my wife.
"WHEN I was arriving in
Israel, I thought about my life
and the future as a mutilated life,
because not to be a journalist for
me is very very sad.
"I felt very mutilated. But the
"He said, 'It doesn't matter
You will write in Spanish, and we
will translate. We will read the
paper to you. We have another
case, a Russian Jew. He writes in
Russian, and we translate it
Hebrew.'
in
"So imagine the situation. It is
really a miracle. You come to
Israel and you are never
mutilated. It doesn't matter what
you know or what you do. You
can be creative. I am a journalist
writing Spanish in a Hebrew
paper and I belong to journalism
in Israel. This is the miracle of
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grandsons, and to live in Israel."
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 11
Freedom Demanded For 5,000 Syrian Jews
Ly YORK (JTA) New
State Attorney General
Abrams, chairman of the
Coalition for Syrian Jewry,
delegation of prominent
fork and California public
Is and attorneys as they
(or the United Nations to
nmediate action to free the
je community of Jews in
e Syrian Jews, on whose
[ we are here today, are a
to a community," Abrams
>r Jews in Syria are isolated
U heir families abroad; their
passports and iden-
, papers are stamped
MUSAWI" (Jews); they
-ibjected to special curfew
,f nternal travel restrictions;
mail and telephone com-
ations are censored. Most
iu s
Jt ion
importantly, Syrian Jews are not
allowed to freely emigrate. Those
who have attempted to escape
from these intolerable conditions
have met with severe punish-
ment, sometimes torture."
THE DELEGATION, which
included distinguished Syrian
Jewish lawyers and Abe Dwek,
director of the Committee for
Rescue of Syrian Jewry,
presented a petition and a Bill of
Particulars to U.S. Deputy
Representative on the UN
Security Council Richard Petree
at the United States Mission to
the UN. ,
Later, United States Am-
bassador to the United
Nations Donald McHenry
arranged for a delegation of the
Legal Coalition to meet with Fou-
tchin Liu, director and deputy to
wSE. GeneraI Kurt
Following their meetings, the
delegation issued the following
statement: "We have just
presented our views on freedom
and justice for all people and on
behalf of the right of Syrian Jews
to emigrate from that country to
any other of their choice. As
Americans look forward to the
l nanksgiving holidays and
express appreciation for their
many blessings, we hone thev
will remember the many
throughout the world who are not
free to practice their religion, who
are not free to live where they
choose, who have been tortured
for trying to escape from a
country where they are held
hostage."
A SIMULTANEOUS
demonstration of support for the
Syrian Jews was held at
California State Assembly
Speaker Leo McCarthy's office in
Los Angeles. McCarthy, co-
author with State Senator
William Campbell of a Joint
Assembly Resolution calling for
United States action on behalf of
Syrian Jews, received a
delegation of the Legal Coalition.
According to McCarthy, "The
Syrian Jewish community,
numbering only 5,000 is among
the most persecuted groups of
people on earth. While the Jews
clearly are not welcome in Syria,
the Syrian government will not
let them leave. As a member of
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Page 12
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, December 14,
Blacks Believe
Jews are Wisest With Money
By DAN PULCRANO
With LARRY GLASS
The idea that Jews are
good with money is not
always entirely negative.
Lewanda, an Oakes student
whose mother lived with
Jews for five years, told us,
"To me, they make better
use of their money than any
other ethnic group. Jews
exploit their money bet-
ter."
"My mother says that by
living with them she learned how
to really manage her money very
well, and she does a very good job
of it, which I fall back on Jews
for."
Certainly, many Blacks view
Jews as role models, whose
position as a successful, well-
organized and cohesive minority
they hope to emulate.
THE SECOND cause of anti-
Jewish stereotypes among
Blacks has been the economic
relationships that developed in
Eastern cities. The Jews that the
Blacks encountered were mostly
businessmen; the businessmen
they knew were mostly Jews.
Religion, while sometimes
divisive, provides a basis for
common understanding. The
poor Blacks who migrated north
during the first part of the 20th
century were greatly influenced
by Southern Christian fun-
damentalism. Because of their
oppressed condition, they tended
to identify with the ancient
slavery of the Jews in the Old
Testament.
Paula addressed this saying,
"I think that's why Blacks
picked up Christianity so fast. .
We identified with the stories of
the Jews in the Bible, because
Moses led the Jews out of Egypt
into the Promised Land. So we
were waiting for our Moses to
lead us to our Promised Land."
WE ALSO discussed our
common sensitivity to per-
secution, and our common roles
as victims of white Christian
European society. Mohammed
observed that throughout
American history, "Immigrants
participated in exploitation of
lower class people because it was
the only way for them to get over
. They don't realize that when
you help push a Black, another
Third World person, out of a
position, they're doing nothing
but killing themselves also
because after they (the white)
finish getting on the Third
World, they're going to get you
next!"
Don responded: "I think that
is true. We were practically killed
by the same European Christian
culture that oppressed you and
enslaved you. Because of this, I
know what racism and op-
pression are."
"I think, that's why I feel very
strongly the way you do,
Mohammed. It sickens me it
really p.-oh.'s me to see Jews in
positions of power and once they
get those positions of power, they
forget what oppression is and
they turn on the next person. I
think what you're saying is
partly true. I don't think it's true
of all Jews; I don't think it's even
true of most Jews. But there are
Jews in positions of power that
do these things you're talking
about. Unfortunately they're
visible and it reflects poorly on all
of us," Don concluded.
"I'M WHITE,". Allison added,
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white as everyone else partly
n
it's because of a differeno '
religion, and partly becaui
know that all Jews aren't whj
Don commented that he di,
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that he hated being classify
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our sovereignty and carry out
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, December 1
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New Weapon Developed Against Cooky's Anemia
abnormal ones," Dr. Ra
say 8.
JERUSALEM A new
technique that could be useful in
the fight against Cooley's anemia
(Thalassemia), a genetic disease
which is regarded as incurable,
has been developed at the
Hadassah University Hospital
here. For years the Hematology,
Department in the Mount Scopus
Hospital of the Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Center
has specialized in the treatment
and research of the disease which
has been carried on under the
direction of Dr. Eliezer Rachmile-
witz, the chief.
A new method of culturins the
red blood cells of Cooley's anemia
patients has been developed. This
department is one of the few
places in the world where
scientists have succeeded in
growing the red blood cells of the
Thalassemic patients in tissue
clutures. These cells are now
being examined genetically by
American scientists at Rutgers
and at Columbia University
where Dr. Arthur Blank heads a
leading laboratory engaged in the
held.
Using the most sophisticated
methods of genetic engineering
available to science today, the
scientists hope that they will
eventually be able to repair the
defects in the genes of the red
blood cells of the Cooley's anemia
patients by substituting hormal
genes for the abnormal genes.
RECENTLY, a major
breakthrough occurred in the
United States in mapping and
coding the genes of the red blood
cells of Cooley's anemia patients.
Dr. Eitan Fibach, who has
become a specialist in tissue
culturing red blood cells at
Hadassah is one of the scientists
involved in this advanced
research.
After studying tissue culture
at the Weizmann Institute of
Science, he was sent by,
Hadassah to do post-doctorate
research at the Cancer Research
Center and Department of
Human Genetics and
Development at Columbia. He
worked there with a senior
scientist, Dr. Francesco Ramiraz,'
a young Italian scientist, who is'
now at Rutgers. Together with
Dr. Arthur Bank, this inter-
national team did research on the
genetics of the red blood cells of
the Cooley's anemia patients who
are treated at the Mount Scopus
Hospital in Jerusalem. A grateful
patient of Dr. Rachmilewitz has
, underwritten Dr. Fibach's
research.
Dr. Fibach returned to,
Jerusalem and set out to master a
technique for culturing the
Thalassemic red blood cells.
After months of research, he has
succeeded in doing so. "As far as
I know, ours is the only group
that has succeeded in culturing
the red blood cells of Thalassemia
patients," Dr. Fibach says. When
Dr. Fibach had succeeded in
culturing the Thalassemic cells.
Dr. Rachmilewitz notified Dr.
Blank who sent Dr. Ramiraz to
Jerusalem to take samples for
further genetic engineering
studies.
Dr. Ramiraz explains: "Two
years ago I came from Columbia
University to work with Dr.
Rachmilewitz, and I took
material back with me to the
United States. The results of this
research have recently been
published in an international
journal Blood. The team also
includes Deborah Starkman,
Helene Karem and Gabriel .
Cividalli as well as Dr. Bank, Dr. '
Fibach and myself.
"DR. FIBACH'S unique
method of culturing the Thalas-
semic red blood cells gives us an
excellent opportunity to study
the in to to processing of RNA
during the differentiation of the
cells. Studying the RNA without
Dr. Fibach's culturing method
was virtually impossible, for we
need a cell system in which the
cells are all at the same stage of
development, and one that can
produce enough cells to enable us
to carry out the molecular
biological studies in detail.
"Once we know exactly what
the RNA defect is, I predict that
in less than five years techniques
will be available to repair these
defects of the genes, so that we
can substitute normal genes for
Dr. Rachmilewitz
"These advanced studies in
genetics of Thalassemia
giving us hope for a
solution to the Thalea
problem."
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A Happy Chanuhah
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 15
A Guide for Jewish Parents
Continued from Page 1
i in jgj, child be compelled to par-
ni .tP in observances involving
pate in observances
istmas trees.
Jewish children par-
jdpate in Christmas parties in
- |f public schools?
Krties designated as
istmas parties or havmg the
I.
ance of Christmas parties
,e no place in public schools,
iter or year-end parties of a
eral nature are acceptable.
jj appropriate to give gifts to
'hristian friends ?
appropriate to give
it- istmas gifts to our Christian
ids. However, it is not ap-
|iriate to present Christmas
to Jews.
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, Jewish children par-
ipate in Christmas plays in
iblic schools?
_ Christmas plays generally
j, ray religious themes which
no place in a public school.
he other hand, some schools
a so-called "Winter
ival" in which an attempt is
to avoid all religious con-
tions. But it is sometimes
:ult to draw the distinction.
Jie parents feel that the
rmance is free of all religious
ones, children may certainly
cipate.
ild Jewish children
ristmas carols?
Carols, being religious
Ins, do not belong in the
ic school. Jewish children
Id not be required to sing
is which embody a theology
do not accept. Neutral songs
have no religious references,
ver, are acceptable.
we harm our children by
ecting them not to par-
ipate?
The classroom is one
many places which
the existence of dif-
ices. We further our
ren's personal growth and
m, rity by teaching them that
can respect the faith of their
ibor without embracing that
We can clearly mark these
ences by such simple state-
s as, "This is what we do,"
This is what we do not do."
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have been, parents who do not
accept the viewpoint of
responsible Jewish leadership
They proceed on their own when
they permit their children to par-
ticipate in Christmas ob-
servances. This confuses the
children of parents who do follow
the thoughtful recommendations
of Jewish leadership.
Jewish parents will help their
children most if they (1) accept
diversity in the ranks of Jewry as
a normal condition in the Amer-
ican environment; (2) know and
understand the thinking of
responsible Jewish leadership
and recognize that most parents
are anxious to follow it; and
(3) assure their children that
despite the participation of some
Jewish children, Jewish leaders
have taken a strong position for
non-participation in observances
of a holiday not their own, and
that this is also their position.
Would not the entire problem be
solved in the public schools by
joint Christmas and Chanukah
celebration?
No. It is a violation of the Con-
stitution to observe any sectarian
holiday in the public school, be it
joint observance or otherwise.
We do not correct an error by
compounding the error.
Should Chanukah be celebrated
in the public schools?
No. To do so violates the
Constitution, uses the taxpayer's
money for sectarian purposes,
and jeopardizes the principle of
the separation of church and
state, without which there can be
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Top Egyptian Guest in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM Egypt's
governor of El Arish and Nor-
thern Sinai, Gen. Muhammad
Shawkat, arrived in Israel Sun-
day for a five-day visit as guest of
the Foreign Ministry. He was
feted by Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman at a reception Sunday
night.
Shawkat is a former Chief of
Military Intelligence and is con-
sidered one of the rising stars in
Egypt's political military
firmament. His host for this visit
is Yosef Hadass. head of the
"normalization" section at the
Foreign Ministry.
NEW YORK Thearrestofa
suspect in the killing of an elderly
Hassidic rabbi and an incident at
a pre-trial hearing of two Has-
sidim in the assault last year
against a Black youth
dramatized last Friday's racial
tensions between Blacks and
Hassidim in the Crown Heights
section of Brooklyn, center of the
Lubavitch movement.
Police reported the arrest
Friday of Carl Miller. 19. on
charges of the murder on Oct. 25
of Rabbi David Okunov. 68. a
recent immigrant from the Soviet
Union, who was murdered on his
way to synagogue services.
Okunov was shot in the head. His
assailant stole a small case con-
taining his prayershawl and
prayer book.
A police spokesman said Miller
used the name Melhar as a mem-
ber of a group called Five Per-
centers, a group of young Blacks.
whose group name reportedly
reflected a belief that only five
percent of Black people resist
exploitation" by whites and
that they are among the five
percent.
BONN A West Berlin court
has sentenced a 2$-yearold coal
dealer to 11 months in jail and
fined two 17-yearold youths $170
and *115. respectively. They were
found guilty of spreading neo-
Nazi propaganda in a television
broadcast and for displaying
Nazi Party symbols. The Nazi
Party is illegal in West Berlin.
The three appeared before a
West German TV team iast
March in a Berlin cafe where they
described themselves as members
of the Kampfgruppe Gross-
deutschland and demanded the
abolition of the ban on the Nazi
Party The trio displayed
placards with swastikas and dis-
tributed them to the patrons.
JERUSALEM The Cabinet
has strongly condemned a%>
L'aited Nations General
Assembly's resolution declaring
the Camp David accords invalid
Taw imihaliua. adopted Thurt-
Jay night by a vote of 75-33 with
T< abstentions, was denounced in
a Cabinet communique as
another proof of the decline of
the United Nations. The inter-
national organization designed to
keep the peace condemns a
peace agreement, the com-
munique said-
Th* General Assembly reso-
lution declared that the Camp
David zjuiMiau signed in
September. 1978 by Israel. Egypt
awl the United States, have no
validity insofar as they purport
to determine the future of the
Palestinian people and the Pales
unaan territories nrrwuiul bv
Israel since 1967.-
JERUSALEM Settler* of
Eton Mores early Tuesday as-
formed officials here that ther
wai not
aatfl the
op with a
In effect, the settlers are
calling for a national guideline for
future outposts that will bar
sudden dissolution of settlements
as occurred elsewhere in the Sinai
this year, and is now being
implemented in Elon Moreh on
the West Bank.
JERUSALEM Ephraim
Eldar. the Israei Ambassador to
Portugal hurt in a gun attack on
him two weeks ago. is now out of
the hospital and recuperating at
his Lisbon home, a Foreign
Ministry spokesman said here*
Eldar was operated on for
wounds in the arm and leg. and
the treatment was apparently
successful. He will have no
lasting impairments from the
injuries.
A Portuguese security man
was killed in the attack, outside
Eldar s embassy, and Eldar?
Portuguese driver was wounded.
BRUSSELS
Israeli
Ambassador to Belgium Itzhak
Minerbi has accused several
Belgian information media, and
especially the state-controlled
Belgian radio and tetevwoB.net-
works, of deforming the truth
and of "systematically slander-
ing Israel."
Minerbi, who was speaking at
a meeting of the Belgian-Israel
Friendship Society, said the
Belgian media "are mixing in the
same pot the victim and the
aggressor, Israel and the
terrorists."
BONN Justice Minister
Hans-Jochen Vogel has called for
measures to close legal loopholes
which prevent the effective
prosecution of neo-Nazis.
Addressing a conference of the
Social Democratic Party's parlia-
mentary faction in West Berlin,
he cited the fact that the pro-
duction, storage and import of
toys and other objects with Nazi
emblems remains legal while the
distribution and use of such
items is a criminal offense.
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immigrant neighborhoods;
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communities abroad;
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our youth and our families at home.
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