The Jewish Floridian of South County

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Boca Raton, Fla

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
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The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.

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Wiialiiaiin
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Beach and Highland Beach
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, February 8, 1980
_ frvl Shochtt
Price 35 Cents
tothfeld Co-Chairs
Home Committee
Women's Keynoters Lunch
jident of the
lh Federation,
)intment of
-chairperson
lome Facility
[Rothfeld will
Brenner of
a joint effort
nth County
and the
of Palm
ty has been
^gional Health
have been
Douglas
le Aged, the
rish nursing
is expected
|each County
will be in
years.
South County
imitU* are:
ry Brenner,
Betty Rothfeld
Myron Cohen, Dr. Herbert
Wachtel, Dr. Jon Greene, Bernice
Schankerman, Ida Herst, Harold
Spivock, Shirley Cohen, Katty
Cohen, Phyllis Cohen, Rabbi
Merle Singer and Shirley
Enselberg.
Rose Rifkin and Toni Berliner,
co-chairpeople, announce that the
Federation-UJ A Women's
Division Keynoters Luncheon
will be held on Wednesday, Feb.
20, at the home of Irma Fier in
Estancia. A minimum Women's
Division gift of $250 is
established.
Hanna Rabina will be the
featured speaker. Born in
Eisenstadt, Austria to a family of
a long line of famous rabbis, she
came to Israel at the age of two.
Mrs. Rabina worked for El Al
Israel Airlines both in Israel and
the United States in public
relations. While in the United
States, whe was active in
Federation work.
REFLECTING her varied
background, Mrs. Rabina speaks
English, German, Hebrew,
Hungarian, Spanish and Yiddish,
with its various dialects.
Members of the committee
working on the luncheon are:
Susan Batt, Ricki Berger, Marcia
Canar, Rose Cooper, Ruth Curl,
illy Set for Feb. 17
Bond Rally
day, Feb. 17,
Die Emeth in
which time
community
U be the en-
tertainer, Eddie Schaeffer.
The evening is open to the
public at no charge. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Further information is
available at the temple.
Toni Berliner
Helene Eichler, Mildred Epstein,
Irma Fier, Lori Fine, Geri
Glassman, Harriet Greenberg,
J. P. Listick, Bea Meltzer,
Harriett* Nemore, Gertrude
Newman, Lynn Persoff, Marcia
Roff, Francine Rogers, Geraldine
Rosenberg. Lois Schwartz, Selma
Rose RiPtin
Shore, Barbara Stein and Rose
Viener.
Mmes. Rifkin and Berliner
indicate that they expect this
year's Keynoters Luncheon to be
the largest in the history of the
Federation campaign.
Case Reveals
Seen Linked To
itinian Terrorists
By LISA PALMIERI
JjTA) Seven-year prison sentences pro-
Bt Friday on three former members of
a Jordanian businessman for col-
Palestinian terrorists, officially closed a
ten shrouded in mystery since the arrests
lovember.
^ed to public scrutiny an unsavory record
rnment appeasement of Palestinian ter-
jce the early 1970's. Ironically, one of the
[that policy was the late Aldo Moro, leader
in Democrat Party, who was himself
>rists.
LTIVELY mild prison terms were given to
Sergio Baumgartner, Luciano Nieri and
lzek, the latter a Jordanian citizen of
in. They were convicted on charges of
P transport of arms of war" when they
i go-betweens for George Habash's Popular
aeration of Palestine (PFLP).
- Continued or Page 4
a Klan Activity
itinues on Rise
the Florida Off ice the strength of various KKK
nation League of groups in America is now greater
recent murders than it has been in more than a
J Klansmen in decade, with Klan groups
rth Carolina, has registering a 20 percent to 25
lie awareness to percent membership gain in the
r serious Klan- |ast year.
. A recent ADL .. __..
ling report noted Continued on Page 15
In Latin America
Argentine Artist Describes
Hitler-Like Netherworld
NEW YORK (JTA) -
When Alejandro Deutsch
was released after nine
months in a concentration
camp and a prison in
Cordoba, Argentina, he
asked one of his captors
why he, his wife, and their
three children had been
imprisoned. "You must
have done something,
otherwise you wouldn't
have been here," was the
reply of the captor, an army
colonel, Deutsch said.
The 59-year-old Jewish
' businessman and artist described
, his ordeal to some 30 persons at a
reception at the headquarters of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews (NCCJ)
where an exhibit of his oils,
sketches and watercolors is on
display this week. Some of the
paintings and drawings were
done while in prison, while others
are recollections of prison life
created since Deutsch settled in
Reseda, California.
DR. LUIS AVILA, a Patereon,
N.J. doctor who comes from
Cordoba and is active in the
Argentine Information Service
Center, said that more than
15,000 persons have "disap-
peared" in Argentina since the
present ruling junta took over on
March 24, 1976. He said the
Argentine government has
adopted a law, based on a similar
one in Nazi Germany, which
allows the government to declare
"juridical death for disappeared
persons."
David Hyatt, president of the
NCCJ, said the present regime in
Argentina is a "ghastly and
horrible reincarnation of Nazi
Germany." He noted that
although Jews make up only 1.5
percent of the population, they
are 10 percent of the prisoners.
Deutsch, who has been
painting since the age of 13,
described his family in Cordoba,
some 500 miles west of Buenos
Aires, as an ordinary middle-
class family. He said he could not
understand it when his wife,
Elena, a pediatrician; his three
daughters, and himself, were
abducted from their home on
Aug. 27, 1977 and placed in a
concentration camp operated by
the army. He said they became
part of the "disappeared," most
of whom are never heard of again.
BUT DEUTSCH said they
were taken from the camp after
50 days and put in a prison where
they no longer were part of the
"disappeared." He credits this to
his sister, Mrs. Mata Alberts of
Beverly Hills, Calif., who, when
she learned her brother and his
family disappeared, began urging
American Jewish organizations
and U.S. government officials to
help the Deutsches.
Deutsch s wife and their two
daughters, Susana and
Elizabeth, were released after 40
days. But their youngest
daughter, Liliana, was to spend
more than a year in prison.
During his seven months in the
prison Deutsch said he was
frequently interrogated, beaten
and tortured. He and other
I political prisoners were not
allowed any communications
with the outside world, no
newspaper, tabacoo or candy.
But he noted that since criminals
were also in the prison, they were
able to smuggle items in and out.
He said in this way his wife sent
him drawing material and he was
able to smuggle out his drawings.
Footsie With Arabs
New Carter Doctrine
Aims to By-Pass Israel
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Carter's
foreign policy aides are re-
ported framing a "Middle
East Doctrine" designed to
contain the Soviet threat to
the Near East and South
Asia and to assure the
region's oil-producing
states of American support
against upheavals like that
in Iran. The "doctrine," if
carried out as tentatively
understood in its pre-
liminary stages, would
mean the start toward
ending the power balance
system between Israel and
her Arab neighbors.
Moscow's armed intervention
in Afghanistan has touched off
Continued on Page 13


Page 2
The Jewish Floridion of South County
Friday, Febn
With the
Organizations
B'NAIB'RITH
B'nai B'rith Olympic XI Lodge
is sponsoring an Old Time
Vaudeville Amateur Show on
Wed.. Feb. 13. The show will be
held at Temple Beth El
Auditorium in Boca Raton. All
contestants are welcome to try
out for a spot on the show. Cash
prizes will be awarded to the top
three winners. Audience response
will decide the winners. Con-
testants may call Sam Blair.
Kings Lodge No. 2965 will hold
its next regular meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at
Temple Emeth. The featured
speaker will be Special Agent.
Walton F. Merry of the FBI. The
officers for the year 1980 will be
elected. Light refreshments will
be served. All are welcome.
BRANDEIS
UNIVERSITY WOMEN
Boca Raton Chapter invites all
to attend and bid at "Auction
80" at Temple Beth El. on
Tuesday. Feb. 12 at 7:30 p.m.
The vast amount of items which
include art. jewelry, appliances,
etc. will be displayed and may be
viewed at 7 p.m. before the
auctioneer calls for bids.
Information is available from
Dorothy Segal.
at Temple Emeth. Claire
Newman has information.
HADASSAH
Ben Gurion Chapter an-
nounces the following events:
Feb. 21 Monthly meeting at
Temple Emeth. 12:30 p.m.
highlighting Jewish National
Fund Guest speaker Dorothy
Spector from national
headquarters. Refreshments.
March 2 Las Vegas Night at
Temple Emeth. 7 p.m. Infor-
mation is available from Sid
Wirth. Betty Gerber or Etta
Origan.
March 9 Delta Flayers
present "Sages of Chelm" at
Deerfield High School. 2 p.m.
Edith Hornstone has ticket
information.
JEWISH
WAR VETERANS
The Delray chapter Ladies
Auxiliary 266 is celebrating
February as "Membership
Month." An information stand
will be set up in the Delray Mall
Feb. 3-11 from 10 a.m. to closing.
A paid-up membership dessert
party fashion show will be held
on Wednesday. Feb. 13. at 1 p.m.
Full Time Rabbi & Cantor
Wanted by Adult Conservative congregation
(no Hebrew School) Retired or approaching
retirement preferred.
Temple Emeth of Delray Beach
5780 W. Atlantic Ave.
Delray Beach, Florida 33445
498-3536
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meeting 00 Monday, ivi. 25. at
Pompey Park at 12:30 p.m.
Program will I*' Introduction to
Jewish Art- Guest speaker
Shirley Gayle. Information is
available from Mrs. Joseph
Wallace. Delray.
Men's Club will meet on
Sundav. Feb. 10. at 9 a.m. at
McDonald's in Poyton Meach on
US 1. The guest speaker will be
Philip II Wishna. manager of
American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida.
PIONEER WOMEN
Beersheba Club of Delray
announces there will be a regular
membership meeting at the
Pompev Community Center in
Delray Beach on Tuesday. Feb.
12. Coffee hour will be at noon
and meeting at 1 p.m. Mrs. Ruth
Sibener will review Leah's
Journey and liaquclla and make
a comparative study of the two
books.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
All Points Chapter of Delray
announces it will hold its regular
meeting on Feb. 26. at 1 p.m.
There will be a luncheon and card
party on Feb. 27 at the Sun-Wah
Restaurant.
Boca East Chapter will meet
Monday, Feb. 11. 1 p.m. at
Temple Beth El. Guest speaker
will be Seymour Wyler. author of
Old Silver. Guests welcome.
Boca East is also planning a
Valentine's Day (Feb. 14) Hidden
Harbor Dinner Cruise.
Reservations may be made by
calling Eve Cohen or Doris
Glantz.
Delray Beach Chapter an-
nounces a luncheon, card party
and fashion show at the Boca Del
Mar Country Club on Feb. 18.
Edythe Labor. Henrietta Riegler
or Ann lxwinger have in-
formation.
The regular meeting will be
held at the Community Center
Feb. 27. A film will be presented
entitled "This Is ORT."
TEMPLE EMETH
The Diamond Circle for the
over 75 group meets every
Monday morning from 9:30 to
11:30 at Temple F.meth. Cards,
games, talk and fun is followed
by entertainment or a speaker on
a topic pertinent to this age
group. Linda Cohen M.S.W. is
always present to assist. She is
from Jewish Family and
Children's Service. Transporta-
tion can be arranged Infor-
mation is available at the temple.
Send your Organizational news
to Milt Kretsky, South County
Jewish Federation. 3200 \
Federal Hwy., Suite 124 Boca
Raton I'l. 33431 Next Deadline:
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
Pioneer Women Group Forms Brotherhood Week in Defray Beach
Herskowitz,
consultant for
Fomen, announces the
0f the Boca Raton,
illage West, Pioneer
ub.
Jlowing officers were
the regular meeting for
80-1981:
hi. Mrs. Ida Kosova;
lident, Mrs. Hannah
fcman; treasurer, Mrs.
Jian; secretary, Mrs.
fceresko; and publicity,
[Thrift Store
is Needed
American ORT's
lore, located at 232B
. Federal Highway,
|Beach, is in need of any
lerchandise (household
houseware items, ap-
{irniture, linens, etc.).
ements will be made to
ny contributions, which
lempt.
information is
from Mrs. Frances
Mrs. Kthel Sussman.
Mrs. Ann Bender.
The next general membership
meeting will be held on Monday,
Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. at the Golf Club
House, Century Village West. A
film and narration called
"Pioneer Women in Action" will
be shown. Refreshments will be
served.
The City of Delray Beach will
observe Brotherhood Week at a
Sabbath Eve service at the Cason
United Methodist Church, 342 N.
Swinton Ave., Delray Beach.
The event will be co-sponsored
by the church, the Delray Beach
Clergy Association and the
Reform Hebrew Congregation of
Delray.
Dr. C. Durward McDonnell,
minister of the Cason Church, is
president of the ministerial
association.
The event will give people of
the Christian faith an op-
Author to Speak at Bonds Reception
Author Frank Gervasi will be
the guest speaker at a cocktail
reception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben Viener of Boca
Teeca, Monday, Feb. 11.
The reception, which will
launch the 1980 Israel Bonds
Campaign for South County, was
announced by South County
Israel Bonds chairman, Irvine
Rifkin. B
"Gervasi has an intimate
understanding of Israel and its
problems," Rifkin said. "He has
visited Israel often, and his
research on political, social, and
economic questions has taken
him throughout the Middle East,
so he is able to understand
Israel's problems in context.
"We are extremely fortunate to
be able to have him with us. His
syndicated column on world
affairs, distributed by World
Wide Press Service, appears in
major newspapers throughout
the country. He is an interesting
and informative speaker, and I
am confident he will have much
to say about current affairs in
Israel and the Middle East."
Gervasi also will speak Mon-
day, Feb. 11, at 8 p.m. at Temple
Beth El in Boca Raton. A behind-
the-scenes discussion is planned,
at which Gervasi is expected to
speak about undisclosed infor-
mation about the Camp David
talks which led to the Israel-
Egypt Peace Treaty.
The former editor of Colliers
and former information chief for
the State Department in Rome
will answer questions at the con-
clusion of his talk.
The public is invited, and
refreshments will be served.
Additional information is
available by calling the Israel
Bond office Monday through
Friday from 9 to 5.
Hamond Circle-a Growing Group
kiumond Circle of Temple
I Delray Beach, is spon-
Ithe movie "Lies My
Told" at the Delray
ITheatre on Thursday,
lat 1 p.m.
|oup, open to all over 75
oung, meets every
at 9:30 a.m. It is
rapidly both in numbers
jctivities. Cards, games,
Iment and speakers are
|y program.
speakers have been
loss Rosenberg on
and relaxation, and
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lip Conference of the
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and discuss critical
iiling the future of the
rommunity and the
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issues of importance
ery Jewish communal
fjst be informed about
lg Israel's strategic
fee. terrorism, U.S.
kid, the Egyptian-Israeli
Ihuman rights and the
pituation. We've planned
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Ininent government of-
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from the United States
lael," said Stanley D.
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and chairman of the
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Young Leadership
of the United Jewish
pre comprised of men and
between the ages of 25-40,
'and professional leaders
pry major American com-
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Ito come locally,
|ly and internationally.
David Fancher of the Palm Beach
County Better Business Bureau
on consumerism. Monthly birth-
day parties also are planned.
Future plans include a boat
ride, sightseeing trips, book
reviews, speakers on various
aspects of medicine and Medi-
care, SocVd Security and other
pertinent topics,
entertainment.
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Linda Cohen, MSW. is always
present to advise on community
resources and assist with any
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I portunity to see what a Jewish
worship service is like.
In lieu of a sermon, a pulpit
colloquy will take place between
Rabbi Samuel Silver, spiritual
leader of the Reform Hebrew
Congregation of Delray. and
Father John Mangrum, rector of
St. David's Episcopal Church in
the vyellington section of Palm
Bun.
Dr. Mangrum is a scholar and
orator. He and Rabbi Silver have
taken part in interfaith dialogues
in Tampa, Ft. Myers and
Clewiston on television and radio
programs.
In conjunction with the ob-
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the choirs of The Reform Hebrew
Congregation and that of the
church will offer special selec-
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Friday
A Sound Decision
Following his talk last week with I 8.
Ambassador Lewis. Israels Prime Minister
Menachem Begin acted responsibly and mt**uj
regard for the pressure to which he will be exposed
when he announced his determination to press Israel
not to participate in the Moscow Olympics
Israel is not noted for its international athletic
achievements, but the invitation to go to Moscow to
attend was in itself a bittersweet occasion showing
the rare triumph of athletic competition over politics
so far as the Olympic Games are concerned.
To give up the opportunity to appear in the
international sports arena is not something the
Prime Minister's countrymen will take to lightly.
Win or lose, ironically, the Games are as important
politically to Israel as they are to the Soviet Union
itself, for whom the participation of the Israelis
would serve as an international stage to refute
(1| that the Soviet Union is anti-Semitic; and
(2) that it is anti-Zionist.
Should Israel join President Carter's effort to
establish a boycott of the summer Olympics if the
Soviets refuse to pull back out of Afghanistan, that
will be one more country this week to proclaim itself
sympathetic with the cause. The Federal Republic of
West Germany also announced that its athletes
would be willing to join a boycott.
The principle, as we said here last week, is a
sound one. It is sheer nonsense to argue that there is
not relationship between sports and politics
particularly so far as the Soviets are concerned.
Prime Minster Begin has made the right decision.
Spotlighting Nazis
The recent ABC television documentary. Escape
from Justice: Xazi War Criminals in America, may
have served to inform a much wider public in the
United States about the scandalous situation in
which more than 200 Nazi war criminals have been
allowed to live safely in this country, some of them
for over 30 years.
Up to how. outside of the Jewish community,
only a few Americans have been concerned about this
issue. In fact, many have not been able to understand
the need to prosecute these war criminals. They have
argued, why bother a bunch of old men, many of
them now popular in their local communities, about
something that happened years ago?
The ABC documentary described the crimes
committed by these people. It reached an audience
that had already learned something about it by the
NBC-TV series Holocaust. But more important it
presented the shocking story of how many of these
people lied their way into the U.S. some of them with
the help of American government officials. It
demonstrated the scandalous inaction oc the
Immigration and Naturalization Service for over 30
years and the even more upsetting fact that some o!
these alleged war criminals were protected by
government officials.
A few people have labored over the years to get
government actions non-Americans such as Simon
Wiesenthal, the Vienna-based Nazi hunter, and
Rumanian Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen; and Americans
like Dr. Charles Kramer, the 82-year-old retired
dentist who has worked for over 20 years almost
singlehandedly on the case of Bishop Valerian Trifa.
But the ABC documentary may result in wider
public support for these investigations and
prosecutions. Perhaps this is why Assistant Attor-
ney General Philip Heymann has announced that the
Justice Department has set a deadline for disposing
of the 250 cases already pending for the end of this
year
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Their specific offense was the
reception of two Strela ground-to-
air missiles that were off-kieded
from the freighter Suicn at the
Adriatic coastal town of Ortona
last Hen
The vessel had arrived from a
Middle Eastern port, presumably
m Lebanon. The defendants were
acquitted of the more serious
charge of importing arms of
war The court took into con-
sideration a letter written by the
PFLP to their iawyers attesting
that the missiles were "in
transit and that their final
destination was not Italy
The missiles were of the same
type used by Palestinian ter-
rorists in an attempt to shoot
down an El Al plane over Ostia.
near Rome, in September. 1973.
THE THREE ex parliamen-
tarians were all members of the
leftist v tonomy political
group. Abu Salgh. a garment
industry executive had con-
nections with the PFLP in
Bologna. Baumgartner. an x-ray
technician at :he University of
Rome Hospital, had been active
in the past organizing '.he trans-
portation of medical items to
Palestinian refugee camp. His
name was found in Abu Salgh s
address book
The connection of the Italian
extremists with Habash s group
was revealed only after the
PFLP s letter was made public
by their defense attorneys. This
led to an expose in the Italian
press of what had been an open
secret in some circles the
Italian government's col-
laboration with Palestinian ter-
rorists since 1972 when a
series of terrorist acts were oc-
curring on Italian soil.
Gen. Vito Miceli. former chief
of the Italian Secret Service
iSIDi. revealed details of this
collaboration in an interview
published in the weekly
//Espresso "At that time
119721. there was the danger of
Palestinian terrorism, an excep-
tional situation that had to be
met with exceptional means.
M iceli said
On the basis of precise orders
by the government, of which all
ministers were informed, we
contacted the various Palestinian
groups and made arrangements
whose purpose was to avoid
Iterroristl attempts that would
involve Italy.''
THE PERSON who rep
presented the Italian authorities
in these negotiations over the last
eight years is Col. Stefano
Giovannoai, a diplomat stationed
in Beirut (iiovannoni was men-
tioned by Morn, in letters written
during his captivity by the Red
Brigade terrorists, as the ideal
man to bargain for his release.
Mom was the head of the
Italian Foreign Ministry when
deals with the Palestinian ter-
rorists were made, and it was
under his direction that all Pales-
tinians detained in Italian jails
were eventually freed. These
included two terrorists who had
attempted to down the El Al
plane They were secretly flown
out of the country on an Italian
military aircraft which exploded
mysteriously on its way back to
Italy, killing its crew.
Similarly, five other terrorists
arrested in possession of Strela
missiles in 1973 were released on
payment of 60 million lire bail
and flown to Algiers accom-
panied by an official of the SID.
presumably Antonio La Bruna.
IN HIS letters from captivity
Moid pleaded with his own
Christian Democrat Party to
follow the example of past
governments that compromised
with Palestinian terrorists in
order to save his own life. But the
government and the Christian
Democrats took a hard line in the
Moro case which proved fatal to
him.
LEiprtiso observed that the
latest missiles case-' revealed
three facts of prune importance:
This is the first time a Pales-
tinian organization I PFLP) has
officially adnutted importing
arms into Europe and having ties
with the Italian government to
hide the fact that a non-aggres-
sion pact iprobably verbal) exists
between the Italian Secret
Services and Palestinian groups.
involving hands-off planes and
Italian air space in return for
the first time the Italic,"
ment has admitted sorre L-
facts."
Observers here s,y u,
must be viewed m ternV.
closer official relations*,
Italian government LL
P*lestine LiberJJ
Organization which
5PSy" j*T not PFLP. and the shiftmgj1
interests in the confused
East situation
PLO Revenues Seel
Half-Billion Yeait
NEW YORK (ZINS) The Palestine\Jk
Organization is a well-financed organization making!
on both the industrial and diplomatic fronts, jvL
Street Journal reported. According to the paper, "i]
well-financed organization with growing internatj
contacts whose diplomacy is beginning to outrank!
violence as a political weapon. It has a budgetexceej
that of many countries in the United Nations. It owns]
manages businesses ranging from a Belgian charter]
line to a Lebanese shirt factory. It has its own ]
department, welfare agency, hospital chain, natkl
library, education department, think tank, press
radio network and tax collection system."
THE PAPER said that the PLO has 33 pla
Lebanon, each grossing about $500,000 in annual j
and 12 hospitals with at least 100 clinics, treatingi
3.000 patients a day. The PLO's industrial congjon
called Samed developed from the need to provide,1
about 25.000 widows and other dependents of peoplei
were killed in hostilities, the paper said.
Another source of income for the PLO, accor
the Journal, is the financial aid from the oil-rich Al
countries. In addition, the organization receives id
national aid of various types and "it collects taxes I
several hundred thousand working Palestinians scatti
around the globe."
The PLO revenues must be running at a half-Mi
dollars a year," the paper quoted one source as disclo
Auschwitz Survivor Veft
At World Conference
TEL AVIV Simone Veil, thepresid
the European Parliament, is among the hundreds ofj
vivors of Auschwitz and other Nazi death camps herei
world conference commemorating the 35th anniver
the liberation of Auschwitz Jan. 30 to Feb. 3.
The conference is discussing the meaning of I
Holocaust on Jews today and will also aim tocounUrl
Nazi propaganda that the Holocaust never occurred I,
Sufan Grayek. president of the World Federattfl
Jewish Fighters, Partisans and Death CampjnmatgJ
Begin Deplores Sakharov's Am
we send him our blessings andj
demand his release We*
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
opened the Knesset session with
a special statement in praise of
Kussian human rights activist
and dissident Andrei Sakharov
who was arrested in Moscow and
sent into internal exile at Gorky,
a city closed to foreigners
because it is a military industry
center.
The Israeli leader praised
Sakharov. a Nobel Laureate in
physics, as one of the "bravest
people of our time'' who gave up
the scientific career that won him
world fame in order to fight for
the basic and sacred human
rights."
BEGIN REFERRED to
Sakharov s efforts on behalf of
Jewish dissidents and Prisoners
of Conscience in the USSR.
" From the podium of the Knesset
people throughout
the WM
this demand." Begin said
The Prime Minister'sil
reflected outrage over the.
governments treatroem
Sakharov and mounting I
in Israel that this may I
new crackdown on dissw
general and on Jews
emigrate.
Rafael Kotlowiu. headj
Jewish Agency's un
and absorption appeared uncertain t
or not the recent dec"**
number of visas'ssud'0]
Jews is a man.fesu^
same wave of PPresf^,
engulfed Sakharov. Jm
MJ. the drop in vims
to the fact that nj*
leaving the Soviet Ui>*j
going to the U.S.


Februarys. 1980
TheJewishFloridian of South Co
unty
Page 5
tamp Scandal
UN to Use Stamps for Propaganda Purposes
HERMAN HERST. IB.
i quarter century, the
Nations Postal
listration has issued
stamps which call at-
to significant an-
Iries, individuals who have
ted the cause of peace, and
olishments of the UN itself
ling the world a better
. live.
, if the General Assembly
way, the UN will debark
^his principle and use its
i for propaganda purposes.
itself is not so bad; for
fcears. nations have been
their stamps for
Janda. even this one. But
L'niU'd Nations Postal
listration has been ordered
fuce a set of stamps to call
grid's attention to the
able right of the
lian people to a homeland
stine."
IMP COLLECTORS are
arms over the proposed
JNot only is the UN PA
I with letters, but the office
[rt'tary-General Waldheim
leived tens of thousands of
Never before has the
ell permitted the use of its
paper to attack another
IroftheU.N.
|ues Mink us, who operates
>mp Departments in more
l department stores across
^ion. the largest of which is
Brothers in New York
as told the UN. that if the
announced, he will no
permit his stores to sell
amps to collectors. Linn's
Stamp News, the hob-
jrgest newspaper, with a
lion of 100,000, has asked
adcrs to bombard Kurt
Jeim's office at the UN with
United Nations
fixation has never revealed
nount of money it makes
Ihc sale of its stamps, which
Jeen popular the world over,
ere is no doubt that it runs
Be many millions of dollars.
lure profit to the UN. since
he merest fraction of those
fe ever used on mail..
I N has a contract with the
States Postal Service to
|9 ii s postal system, but the
States is reimbursed the
pue of all UN letters which
> go through the mail. The
'rm the sale of stamps
glatelic use remains with
IBASSADOR Donald P.
>nry. the U.S.A.
fcntative to the United
Is. has pointed out that the
for a PLO stamp is
M by this country, since we
er its release "as an un-
>ry politicization of the
Nations Postal
Mst ration."
fe are hundreds of stamp
> all over the United States
|pet'ialize in the selling of
Nations stamps, some of
with a face value of fifteen
, now sell as high as $400
They have stated that, in
pie. they will no longer
[- Kod name of philately."
Minkus stated. "If the
lues these stamps, they will
them. One such dealer has
quoted in the philatelic
as saying. "A stamp for the
would be a travesty on the
ha me of the United Nations
'Uectors bv the tens of
Inds."
Ikus added, "My stores
always encouraged people
pel UN stamps because of
(appreciation of the noble
>hich originally dominated
philosophy of the world
PLO has been most
psiul in the past few years in
getting various Arab nations to
use their stamps as a vehicle to
attack Israel. Several have issued
stamps portraying the Dome of
the Rock Mosque in Jerusalem,
the Moslem's holy site,
suggesting that it be redeemed
from the hands of the infidel who
now control it. The insignificant
fire in a mosque in the Sinai, due
to the explosion of grease in a
kitchen nearby, has been pictured
on the stamps of several Arab
nations, with the statement that
the cause was Zionist treachery.
The PLO stamps are certain to
be issued unless the protests of
stamp collectors convince the
United Nations that by issuing
the stamps they will be deprived
of the very considerable revenue
they now obtain from their
philatelic sales. Non-Jewish
stamp collectors are flooding the
mails with protests.
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Whose 'Vital American Interest'?
ONCE AGAIN, President
Carter's mouth has moved before
the rest of his head has been
given the opportunity not only to
move first, but even to follow
suit.
Now it is reported to us that we
would not be able to act with
military success in the area Mr.
Carter has defined as a "vital
American interest" even if we
wanted to even if the Russians
were in fact to launch a campaign
against Pakistan and or Iran.
ONCE AGAIN, we are con-
fronted with the President as a
paper tiger whose roa r it would
be best to restrain. On any given
occasion, having committed us to
some noble course of action in
which we will engage should Iran
or Russia or any of our other
most recent betes noirs not do as
he prescribes, we of course
promptly learn that the commit-
ment was impossible to meet in
the first place. And just as
promptly, we proceed to forget it.
Then what happened during
Mr. Carter's message to the Con-
gress? At that moment that the
President was calling for the
blood of the nation's youth in yet
another possible war. Sen. Sam
Nunn sat his right with the kind
of grin on his face not only
inappropriate to the occasion, but
downright indecent even
reckoned in terms of his long-
standing struggle on Capitol Hill
to resurrect compulsory military
service.
Then there was Stansfield
Turner, chief of our much-
maligned CIA, who literally
ducked his head beneath the
prodding view of a television
camera lens because his face was
at that moment cracking up with
joy of the powers that the
President promised to reinstate
No Bargaining
Chips for Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
government official said that
autonomy must begin to function
on the West Bank and Gaza Strip
before the final phase of Israel's
withdrawal from Sinai is com-
pleted late next year. Dr. Chaim
Kubersky. director general of the
Interior Ministry, told the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee that this was
necessary because once the entire
Sinai peninsula is returned to
Egypt. Israel will be left without
bargaining chips.
ISRAEL AGREED to remove
all Jewish settlements from Sinai
under terms of the peace treaty
with Egypt.
to his agency in this time of new
national emergency.
MORE DECENT than Nunn
in his recognition that the time
was out of joint for such jollity,
like the true intelligence man. he
sought covertly to celebrate the
President's reawakening of us as
a garrison state. There would be
time for greater frivolities later.
Still, both Nunn and Turner
demonstrated the enormous
pressure on the administration to
get us out of the red by wrapping
the nation up in the red. white
and blue. Now having succumbed
to it, what does Mr. Carter gain?
The most immediate benefit is
a personal one. The President
gains reelection. Finally, he has
met a challenge by acting or so
the popular view goes at the
moment of just what he has
accomplished, including by pro-
jection backward his handling of
the hostage business in Teheran.
BUT AS the weeks go by, it
will become clear on a popular
basis what skilled observers
know already: the President has
achieved very little apart from a
sudden rise in the polls.
The question of whether we can
or can not successfully defend
Mr. Carter's new line of "vital
American interest" is only one of
the imponderables not carefully
analyzed before he was unleashed
to make this commitment in what
is now called the "Carter Doc-
trine." (Ever since Harry
Truman, what is a President if he
doesn't have a "doctrine"?)
Another question is the courtly
response of the NATO powers
and Japan to the commitment.
France is not included here. I
keep thinking of the television
series, Maude, and Maude's
constant threat against her
husband's beastly behavior that
"God'll get you for that." Who
but God to deal with the French
who else indeed is perfect
enough? And who else indeed is
powerful enough to punish the
kind of swinish French selfish-
ness that has no parallel even
among those worst offenders in
the national self-interest derbv?
IN AN i case, the French
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response is clear. Don t count on
them to do more than slap the
Business with
So that the
wagging mouth has
Russian wrist
Moscow is just too damed brisk
these days to jeopardize it.
This means that President
Carter has defined as a vital
American interest the geo-
political line that is not even an
American lifeline. but
NATO Japan's instead. It
pressed, we could survive
without Middle Eastern oil not
saving how, and it will never
come to that in any case. But
NATO Japan would without a
doubt collapse.
So there he is, Mr. Carter.
defending our "allies." who beg
us please not to rock the boat,
please not to defend them. In
effect, it is we who are the Pariah
in their eyes; it is ire who are the
untouchables, not the Russians,
with whom our freedom-loving
democratic friends in Europe and
the Orient can come to terms at
whatever cost.
WHAT IS intolerable is the
cost of freedom, not the cost of
doing business with the mob.
That is what it comes down to.
and our "allies" have made it
eminently clear just which bill
they prefer to pay.
President's
really hurt
no "one so far except us. And
except, of course, the American
military and security establish-
ments, which once again are
riding high in a big way, like
Batman and Robin, against the
forces of evil. But Gotham Town
would much rather suffer the
forces of evil than the noisy, nosy
liberators, and we must make no
mistake about that.
What I object to most in this is
the definition of our "vital
American interest." If it is not
vital American but rather vital
European Japanese, and they
have a better way of defending it
than our own war dance, then
what is the President really
talking about?
The answer is important
because, without the answer, we
have already called for military
registration to defend not a
national interest but a
supra national interest. The area
upon which the President has
thrown down the American
gauntlet Ls vital to Exxon and
Shell and the other global powers
with absolutely no patriotic com-
mitment to a specific country,
only to profit.
Will' SHOULD American
Friday, F(j
men and possibly .
called upon to shed thlt
the cause of Exxon? h?
a "vital American int-J
is at stake, then let!in
American; let it *',
Lxxonian. Short of t^J
of conflict in the causal]
corporate profit are
throwback to the Punic,
as any student of histmi
commercial wars are^A
satisfactory and the uj
cessful.
In the end. the
draftee will say, Why L-
fight for something 3
Europeans, with the
benefit, don't want to
themselves?
And he will say, Letthti
struggle become an Aa-
struggle with the pain Jj
the reward later for Amei
suffer and to enjoy. Letiti
a struggle to guarantee I
profits.
Otherwise, he will
Exxon engage the Rq
the Straits of Hormuz.
old no longer pay their (
with the blood of the youial
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The Jewish FhridianofSouthCoia^
Friday, rebruaylfc
Federation Men's Division Campaign Dinner
4
Ambassador and Mrs. Zvi Brosch. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Revits.
Rabbi and Mrs. Merle Singer. Capt. Robert Byrnes, Alvin
Cohen. Mrs. Robert Byrnes.
Seated: Mr. and Mrs. Eli Krimman and Mr. and Mrs. Mayer
Weinshank. Standing: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gennet.
Seated: Abner Leuine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brenner. Standing:
Mrs. Abner Levine, Mrs. Phyllis Schechter and Ms. Karen
Gould.
Seated: Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schankerman and Mrs. Philip
tinman. Standing. Mr. and Mrs. Dai id Rukin and Philip
/An man.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Axelrod and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Rosenthal.
&m&
Mr. and Mrs. Hermani
Levenson.
.
Seated: Jay Eichler, At|
Standing: Alvin Cohent
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J
Mr.andMrs.AlbertM
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Rothstein. Dr. and Mrs. Saul Newman. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Grossman
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Mrs. Ben Wetchler,
Louis Newman.


Uruary 8, T980

The Jewish Fioridian of South County
The Annual Dinner of the Federation's Men's Division
Campaign recently attracted a large turnout. Those assem-
bled pledged over $300,000 to the Federation-UJA Cam-
paign. Ambassador Zvi Brosch was the featured speaker.
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M ^Irs. Jay Eichler.
Seated: Mr. and Mrs. James Baer, Mrs. Phyllis Cohen
Standing: Rabbi Merle Singer, Rabbi and Mn. Bruce Warshal.
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marcus and Dr. and Mrs. Edward
Pollock.
I mold Berliner and
tetchier and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kalmanoff, Mr. and Mrs. Norman I
Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pankin and Mrs.
Ruth Krawetz.
Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Maharam.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Adler and Dr. and Mrs. Sam Rothfeld
Seated: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fishman and Dr. and Mrs. Jess
Cohn. Standing: Dr. and Mrs. Robert Greenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bornstein and Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Cohen.
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Friday. P,
Federation Men's Division Campaign
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Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rosen thai and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Melton.
Andrea Tripp, Dr. and Mrs. Myron Persoff and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cohen.
Mrs. David
Wallens.
Stone, Paul Wallens. David Stone and Mrs. Paul
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to its announced Passover Seder
which will be held at the Cairo
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a 16-day journey to Israel and
Egypt.
The State of Israel Bonds
delegation will depart Miami, via
El Al Israel Airlines, on March 18
to spend 12 days in Israel and
four days in Cairo.
The delegation will visit
Jerusalem, Tiberias and Tel
Aviv, will stay in deluxe hotels
and will participate in compre-
hensive sightseeing in the Jewish
State. In Israel, breakfasts and
most dinners are included.
On March 30 the group will
depart, via direct air service.
jorie Baer, co-chairperson; Gladys Weinshank, co-chairperson; Israel Amatai, featured
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The Jewish Fhridian of South County
Friday, y.
Relations Normalized
It's End of War for Ancient Enemies, Israel and Egypt
I ndrrThr SupertMM
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Bv GIL SEDAN
And i'ITZHAK SHARGIL
JERUSALEM (JTAl Israel and Egypt are officially at peace with each other
todav for the first time in more than 30 vears. Their land borders are opened to tourists
and other civilian traffic. Egypt has announced the termination of its state of war with
Israel and its participation in the Arab League boycott of Israel and relayed those
decisions to the United Nations and other international organizations.
Normal relations were established over the weekend, beginning last Friday, when
Refidim. the largest Israeli military base in Sinai, was formally handed over to Egypt
along with some 5.500 square miles of territory evacuated by Israeli forces last week.
On that occasion. Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat tele-
phoned Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and as-
sured the Israeli leader of
Egypt's determination to
implement fully the nor-
malization clauses of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
treaty.
ISRAELI OFFICIALS were
especially pleased by the
Egyptian decision not to link the
normalization process to the
autonomy talks which remain
deadlocked. Sadat placed
Defense Minister Kamal Hassan
Ali in direct charge of the nor-
malization machinery, a move
regarded here as a slap in the face
to Foreign Minister Butros Ghali
and other hardliners who wanted
to develop relations with Israel at
a slower pace. The Israeli Cabinet
is expected to reciprocate by
putting Defense Minister Ezer
W'eizman in charge of nor-
malization on the Israeli side.
The practical effects of nor-
malization were visible Sunday
when the first bus load of Israeli
tourists arrived at El Arish and.
after undergoing formalities,
boarded an Egyptian bus bound
for Cairo. For the time being,
the Egyptians are limiting border
crossings to organized groups of
Israelis who have obtained entry
visas from the Foreign Ministry
in Cairo or who hold passports of
a third country.
Two foreign tourists, one
French and one German, crossed
the border from Egypt into
Israel. The Egyptians, however.
retused entry to a group of Arab
residents of Gaza who arrived at
El \rish by bus with valid entry
permits. No immediate ex-
planation was given.
EL ARISH. which was
returned to Egypt last month, is
equipped to handle civilian cross
traffic. It has a police checkpoint
and a bank where travellers can
exchange currencies. Only buses
were allowed to cross the border.
Private vehicles will be permitted
after Egypt opens its first
consulate in Tel Aviv next
month.
Israel and Egypt will exchange
ambassadors on Feb. 27. But the
Israeli Embassy was to be
opened officially in Cairo Monday
by an Israeli team headed by Dr.
Yossef Hadass. deputy to
Ambassador Eliahu Ben-Elissar.
(See story, page 3-A.I It will be
located at the Cairo Hilton Hotel
until proper quarters can be
found in the Egyptian capital for
the permanent embassy and the
Ambassador's residence.
There were other
manifestations of normal
relations. Postal and telephonic
communications were opened
between Israel and Egypt. The
first mail bag to Egypt was on its
way Sunday afternoon. The Poet
Office in Beersheba stamped the
mail with a special postmark
proclaiming that "Today normal
relations have been instituted
between Israel and Egypt."
Egyptian newspapers have been
arriving in Israel directly for the
past two weeks, and distributors
report they are in heavy demand.
THE INTERNATIONAL
telephone operator in Tel Aviv
inaugurated two direct lines to
Cairo Sunday. Both were
reoorted heavily booked. There
The military ceremonies at
Refidim Friday followed a routine
that has become familiar since
Israel handed back other areas of
Sinai last year. Gen. Dan
Shomron. commander of Israeli
forces in Sinai, spoke of hopes for
true peace. Army bands played
Hatikva and the Egyptian
national anthem.
THE ISRAELI fu,
lowered and the Egypt2J.
were raised. Gen Abed
Hafez, chief of Egyptfc]
operations spoke briefly.;
Minister Hassan Ali 0f
and the commanders of"
Egyptian Second and
armies saluted and
reverted to its old
Gafgafa.
name,
J
THE NEW IMAGE"
.(Zentury
OpsaM
Mon-TtHnl
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C'osmSm
was a one to two hour wait for
calls to Cairo. At a later stage it
will be possible to direct-dial
numbers in each country. Telex
and cable communications have
also been established.
Direct civilian flights between
Israel and Egypt are not ex-
pected to begin for several weeks.
The two countries have yet to
complete negotiations on various
civil aviation agreements. Under
terms of their peace treaty,
flights were to be established
only a year after normalization
took effect.
However. Begin and Sadat
agreed to speed up the process at
their summit meeting in Aswan
earlier this month. Nevertheless,
air mail will have to await the
inauguration of scheduled flights.
For the time being air letters
between the two countries will be
carried via Europe.
AS OF Sunday, shops of
Israeli and Egyptian registry
may call freely at each other's
ports with passengers and cargo.
Trade, economic and cultural
ties can be initiated privately.
Official negotiations relating to
those matters are scheduled to
begin on Feb. 15. much earlier
than the date set in the peace
treaty. This was initiated by
Sadat in a special order to his
ministers. It was seen here as
another indication that Egypt
will not link the process of
normalization to progress in the
autonomy talks.
Agriculture Minister Ariel
Sharon told Kol Israel Radio in
an interview from West Germany
that six Israeli agricultural
experts are conducting a water
resources survey in Egypt. He
said that other join (projects will
include packaging and sorting
stations for agricultural products
to be exchanged between Israel
and Egypt.
The semiofficial Egyptian
newspaper Al Ahram said that
Sadat will announce publicly
counter-measures against Arab
countries opposed to the peace
treaty with Israel. Sadat's speech
was to coincide with the Moslem
summit conference taking place
in Islamabad. Pakistan. The
and the normalization process
between Egypt and Israel.
MEANWHILE, residents of
the West Bank held a general
strike Saturday to protest the
new relationship between Egypt
and Israel. The strike was total
but no disturbances were
reported. Violence erupted in
Ciaza. although there was no
strike. Ten local Arabs were
wounded when a hand grenade
tossed at a passing Israeli vehicle
missed its mark.
On the West Bank, the
National Guidance Committee, a
pro-Palestine Liberation
Organization body, ordered a ban
on any Arab meeting with U.S.
special Ambassador Sol Linowitz
who was due in Israel this week
to participate in the next round of
autonomy talks at Herzliya. The
committee claimed that all West
Bank residents reject the
autonomy plan.
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The Jewish Flqridian of South County
Page 13
ootsie With Arabs
New Carter Doctrine By-Passes Israel
Continued from Page 1
signals in the Adminis-
p>n. and Carter outlined his
tgic plan in a major policy
|h in the State of the Union
ess to a joint session of
ess last week.
)M preliminary soundings,
pears that the doctrine
kr in intent to the Truman
fine of 1947 directed against
penetration into Greece
(Turkey will establish
as the anchor in the west
'akistan in the east, with
sidelined because of Arab
Livity over an important role
> Jewish State.
ina also is expected to have
lor part in the coordination
fe, it was said. The cost of
rtrine, however, may prove
jitive unless the oil-pro-
countries contributed.
tan has already notified the
Jit wants long-term aid with
Military cooperation. Egypt
3t been shy in seeking eco-
: and military aid.
|t h President Anwar Sadat
vpt having made it clear
his government will not
bases to any foreign
^ry on Egyptian soil, but will
its "facilities" to be used,
tarter Doctrine is expected to
Ir on U.S. pledges of support
Ihe visitations of American
hips and aircraft in various
tries at various times in
dance with a general plan of
lued preparedness.
IrTT'S pivotal rule has long
forecast in Washington in
\se of the oil fields and a
pvc military aid program for
J>t has been broached to Con-
I. A series of developments
Ienhanced the prospect of
Ms key role and Israel's
grading as a strategic asset.
in them are the talks be-
Israel Prime Minister
bchem Begin and Sadat in
in several weeks ago and
tiintfton's coolness towards
Is offers of assistance to
Kcan military forces in case
H.
Egyptian Vice President Hosni
Mubarak s meetings with Carter
=cretary of State Cyrus Vance'
Defense Secretary Harold Brown
and Pentagon experts is under-
stood to be related to the doc-
trine, along with the five-state
tour by Jordan's King Hussein
and Pakistan Foreign Affairs
Adviser Agah Shahi's Washing-
ton visit over the weekend with
Carter, Vance and U.S. military
officials.
Hussein was in Saudi Arabia
to begin his consultations with
five Arab states for talks on the
strategic implications for the area
caused by the Iranian upheaval
and the Soviet's entry into
Afghanistan. His tour came two
weeks before the meeting in
Islambad of Moslem foreign
ministers called by Pakistan.
WITH Saudi Arabia, Jordan
and other "moderate" Arab
states intransigently opposed to
the Camp David accords and the
Egyptian-Israeli treaty,
Washington strategists are
seeking an accommodation with
them by keeping Israel in a minor
role in the doctrine's overall
planning.
As in the case of Egypt, ac-
cording to information here, the
Arab states will allow use of their
facilities for American equipment
but not grant any base rights.
Thus, the U.S. will depend first
on Arab resistance to Soviet en-
croachment with American might
in readiness to enter when and if
necessary.
Although Israel has offered
support to the U.S., Washington
is reluctant to give any show of
acceptance to avoid Arab excuses
against collaboration with the
American strategists. Israel, it
has been pointed out, has helped
Egypt, Jordan and other
"moderate" Arab states in the
past with its intelligence
operations and, in Hussein's
case, with military activity when
Syria threatened to invade
Jordan in 1970 during the up-
rising against Hussein by
Palestinian Arabs.
NOW. HOWEVER, Israel, for
the present period, appears to be
largely left out of the U.S. cal-
culations in the joint overall
strategy although it will continue
to be a bastion of strength in its
own defense. Egypt is using the
Palestinian issue to ward off any
overtures for Israel to be part of
the overall preparation.
Egyptian Defense Minister
Kamal Hassan AH indicated this
when he rejected Israel's offer of
strategic cooperation. Ali said,
"As long as we do not solve the
Palestinian issue there will be no
strategic cooperation between
our two countries." In addition,
according to information here,
Egypt rejected Israel's offer of
exchange of information between
Israeli and Egyptian intelligence
services.
Egypt is being pictured here as
becoming the region's most
reliable ally of the U.S. and the
past association of Egyptian
politicians, and military with the
Soviet Union is not being
recalled. Instead, reports em-
phasize joint American-Egyptian
aerial exercises with U.S. aircraft
using the air bases near Cairo and
Kina airbase near Luxor.
"There is strategic cooperation
in the Middle East, but
Menachem Begin and Israel's
intelligence are left out of it,"
according to one report. This,
however, may be at least some-
what off the mark. Israeli intel-
ligence and military craftsman-
ship continue qualitatively to be
the Middle East's best and
analysts consider Washington is
unlikely to neglect them com-
pletely.
What is being suggested is
that Washington is hoping that
Moslem reaction against Moscow
will be helped by the U.S. down-
playing Israel and thereby
shatter the anti-American mood
of the countries opposing the
Camp David accords. In this
vein, the Carter Administration
is being advised by analysts to
move "with sensitivity and dis-
crimination" and thus possibly
induce even Soviet friends like
Syria, Libya and the PLO to con-
demn the Soviets for entering
Afghanistan.
EGYPTIANS also are
reported training and supplying
Afghan rebels fighting Soviet
forces and Egyptian commando
officers in Oman and North
Yemen to train local units to
oppose revolutionaries. In ad-
dition, Cairo is said to be sup-
plying weapons to Morocco that
is opposing the Polisario rebels
backed by pro-Soviet Algeria.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Fri -
Dr. Norman Lamm Heft), president of Yeshiva University, meets with Israels Prime
Minister Menachem Begin in Israel where Begin expressed his government s support of the
University's new Camp David Institute for International Health at Albert Einstein C allege
of Medicine.
Headlines
Program to Improve Medical Services
Scientists and physicians from Egypt, Israel,
and the United States will unite in a common
effort to improve medical services throughout the
Middle East in a major new program initiated by
Yeshiva University's Albert Einstein College of
Medicine. Dr. Norman Lamm, president. Yeshiva
University, announced.
The new Camp David Institute for Inter-
national Health, named in commemoration of the
site of the historic peace negotiations, was
funded by a $3 million anonymous gift in honor of
President Carter. Prime Minister Begin of Israel,
and President Sadat of Egypt.
Dr. Lamm returned Dec. 20 from a trip to Israel
and Egypt where he met with Prime Minister
Begin and Hassan el-Kamel. Chief of President
Anwar Sadat's Cabinet, both of whom expressed
tht'ir support of the project.
Richard Kellerman. a veteran journalist and
public relations man. has been named associate
director of Public Relations for HIAS. it was
announced by Gaynor I. Jacobson. executive vice
president <>f the organization.
HIAS is the worldwide Jewish migration
agency, now celebrating its centennial year. In
addition to its caseload of Soviet Jews, it if
currently involved in assisting Indochinese "boat
people" ;u the request of the U.S. Government.
Kellerman is a former Deput Commissioner for
Public Affairs in the New York City Police
Department and a former reporter for the Daily
News. Over a span of 14 vears. he served succes-
sively at CMS News. NBC News and ABC News.
The London Institute for Strategic Affairs has
published the following specifics with regard to
the military strengths of countries in the Middle
East: Israel now has 3.300 tanks, 550 combat
aircraft. 400.000 soldiers. 7.000 armored vehicles,
and 1.850 pieces of artillery. Egypt: 2,100 tanks
apart from 1.000 new American tanks to be
added. 515 combat aircraft apart from 85 new
American planes, a standing army of 895.000.
3,000 armored vehicles plus 700 additional
American-made vehicles; and 2,400 pieces of
artillery. The combined forces of Syria, Iraq and
Jordan: 5.700 tanks, 1,030 aircraft, standing
army of 745.000 soldiers, 5,000 armored vehicles,
and 4,430 pieces of of artillery.
Bennett Yanowitz of Cleveland was elected
chairman of the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council at its plenary
assembly in Philadelphia. Yanowitz, a
lawyer, succeeds Theodore R. Mann in the
post as head of the "umbrella" organization
for 11 national Jewish organizations and 107
local Jewish community relations councils.
Two new units of Israel's largest financial body
will shortly open to serve the growing commercial
ties between Latin America and Israel.
The first one is a comprehensive banking
facility in Uruguay and the second, a represen-
tative office in Panama City, Panama.
The new banking subsidiary of Bank Leumi Le-
Israel in Montevideo, Casa Bancaria Leumi Le-
Israel S. A., will provide regular and international
banking services and act as a channel for aiding
business and industrial interests to develop trade
and other commercial activities with Israeli
counterparts.
The new representative office in Panama, it is
said, will contribute to improving Israel's
economic relations and commercial ties with the
Central America countries.
A record budget of more than $79,000 000 to
fr^eonnUCalion and vocatinal training in 1980
to 1U0.000 men. women and voung people in 24
countries has been approved by some 750
delegates attending the American ORT Fed-
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Community
Calendar
Feb. 9
Bnoi Torah Congregotion Los Vegas Night 830 p rn.Menmi
Beth El BOFTY Ice Skating
Feb. 10
B'nai Torah Congregation Men's Club Breakfav 10 0 m
Temple Beth El Adult Education 8 p.m. Temple Beth,
Brotherhood Breakfast 10 a.m. Temple Emeth CrtoralJj
Concert 8 p.m. Reform Congregation Men's Cib -9Q.m ,
McDonald's Boynton
Feb. 11
B'nai B'nth Women of Boca Meeting 1:30 p.m. B'noiTon,
Congregation Board Meeting 7:30 p.m. South County Jew
Federation Coffee at the 'Hamlet' Women's American 08
Boca East 1 p.m. meeting at Temple Beth El Yiddish CultJ
Group 7:30 p.m. meeting at B'nai Torah Israel Bonds pretend
Frank Gervasi 8 p.m. at Temple Beth El
ORT.I
Feb. 12
Brandeis University Women of Boco 'Auction 80 at Templel
Beth El Women's American ORT, Region Pomciono CM
Luncheon, noon Pioneer Women, Beersheba 1 p.m. meeting
at Pompey Community Center Temple Emeth Brotherhood!
meeting 730 p.m.
Feb. 13
B'nai B'nth Olympic XI Lodge Amateur Vaudeville Show8p.ini
at Temple Beth El Hadassah, Aviva Board Meet.ng lOam.il
Jewish War Veterans, Ladies Auxiliary Paid-Up Membership!
Fashion Show I p.m. at Temple Emeth Workmen's Circle -1
pm meeting at Temple Emeth
Feb. 14
Brandeis University Women, Boca Lecture at B'nai Torah 101
a.m. and 7 30 p.m. Hadassah, Ben-Gurion Board Meeting 101
a.m. Women's American ORT. Boca East Hidden Harbor!
Dinner Cruise 6 p.m. Temple Beth El Sisterhood Desse<|
t/Coffee 1 p. m
Feb. 16
South County Jewish Federation Leadership Development ]
B'nai Torah Congregation Art Sale 8 p.m. Temple Beth El|
Singles Dinner 6:30 p. m. Casa Del Rio Clubhouse
Feb.17
B'nai B'rith Noah Lodge 10 a.m. Breakfast and CRC Program*I
B'nai Torah Congregation Art Sale 10 o.m.-6 p m at Romodo
Inn. Deerfield Hadassah. Ben-Gurion Las Vegas Afternoon,
noon Israel Bond Rally at Temple Emeth 8pm Temple Bet* |
El BOFTY Study
Feb.18
B'nai B'nth Women, Boca meeting 10:30 o m B'nai B'"*]
Women, Naomi, Delray meeting 12:30 pm Hadassah, I
Menachem Begin meeting Reform Hebrew Congregation atI
Delray Dinner 'Races Women's American ORT Delray
Luncheon, Cord Party and Fashion Show at Boca Del Mr/!
Country Club Yiddish Culture Circle meeting 7 30 p.m.
Feb. 19
B'nth Kings Lodge meeting 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 20
South County Jewish Federation 'Keynoters' uncheon
Women's Division 10 30 a.m. BLnoi Torah Congregation-
meeting 8 p m B'nai Torah Sisterhood meeting 7 30pm ]
Temple Beth El Concert 8 30 p.m. Women's American 0*1,
Region 9-30o.m Board Meeting
Feb. 21
South County Jewish Federation Cocktail Parry at High Point'3
pm B'na. B'rith Women, Boca meeting 12:30 p m. B'tw
Torah Congregation Adult Education 10 a.m. and 7 30 pm.
Brandeis University Women Board Meeting Hodossah, Ben-
Gunon meeting 1230p.m. Subject: 'Jewish Notional Fund
Temple Emeth Hadassah, Sobra Group luncheon 1 I 30o.m |
Temple Beth El Board Meeting 8 p. m.
Feb. 22
Brandeis University Women, Boca 'University on Wheels
a.m. National Council of Jewish Women 'World of Women
9 30a.m.
Feb. 23
B'nai Torah Congregation Las Vegas Night 8 p.m. Temp',
Beth El BOFTY Convention Temple Beth El Singles Orange |
Grove Tour H a.m.
Feb. 24
Israel Bond Dinner 6 p.m. at Temple Beth El B'nai Torch Con-
gregation Theater Party I p.m.
Feb. 25
Brandeis University Women, Boca 10 a.m. meeting
Hospital Board Meeting 12:30 p.m. Reform Hebrew <-o\
gregation, Delray Sisterhood meeting 12:30 p.m. W"JJ\
American ORT. Boco East Board Meeting 12:30 p.m. *"-'
Culture Circle meeting 7:30 p m. at B'nai Torah
Send your Community Colendor News to Milt Kretsky, So
County Jewish Federation, 3200 N Federal Hwy., Suite I
Boca Roton FL 33431. Next DEADLINE Feb. 11 for Feb. 22 rlM
Debo"*1


jruary 8,
1980
The Jewish Ftoridlan of South County
Page ft
*ws in Brief
Israeli Mission to Cairo Delayed
a strike to protest the govern-
ment's economic policies.
The strike, called by 12 major
workers committees, included
employees who service planes at
Ben Gurion Airport; the
ISALEM The
of Israel's first
Lie mission to Cairo has
fits arrival there at the
:>l Egyptian authorities.
>scf Hadass, the Charge
Bs. and Zvi Gabbai, first
were due in the
i capital Monday to open
i'li Embassy. But a cable
fcairo, received at the
Ministry here shortly
lidnight Sunday night,
lem to postpone their
e. No reason was given.
officials reacted in a low
the delay, apparently
not to mar the nor-
jn process with Egypt
over the weekend by
Ing disturbed. The
kl team assigned to ac-
|y the Israeli diplomats
to Cairo Monday as
They will prepare the
aeli Embassy located in a
apartment block in
IZamalek Quarter.
Egyptian advance party is
Pel Aviv next week to seek
for the Egyptian
By and prepare them for
IIic work.
)()N Sol Linowitz,
it Carter's special
lador for Middle East
it ions, came under
from British officials to
i the talks on Palestinian
iy. At the same time,
who met with King
of Jordan here, was
to get a commitment from
to join the Egyptian-
talks.
?in's refusal to join the
iy talks was announced
spokesman for the King
iussein held an hour-long
ith Linowitz. "Anything
to the Camp David
lents cannot be accepted
Jan or any Arab country,"
kkesman said.
i"ORK Agudath
t America has warned the
administration not to
women in the proposed
of the selective service
In a telegram to the
lent. Agudath Israel
fed the strong objections
Orthodox Jewish com-
"To any attempts to
i In' Jewish daughter from
rents' home, which is
0 her upbringing."
Agudath Israel action
President Carter's
Religious
Directory
E bETH EL OF BOCA RATON,
N Fourt Avenue. Boca Raton,
332 Reform. Phone: 391 8900.
i Merle E Singer. Cantor Martin
Sabbath Services, Friday at
> m Saturday. 9:15 am. Torah
with Rabbi Merle E Singer.
Pa.m. Sabbath Morning Services.
EFORM HEBREW CONGRE
WON OF DELRAY. At St. Paul's
ftopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton
Delray. Reform. Mailing
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|h. Fla. 33444. Friday at 8: IS p.m.
Samuel Silvtr. President
fence Sommers. 272 2908
LEGATION ANSHEI EMUNA.
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Tm*n' Rabbi. Leonard Price,
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Saturday at 9 a.m. Dally Mln
' attack on aspects of President
Carter's foreign policy, par-
ticularly in the Middle East.
"Nations in the area must be
strengthened against subversion
from the PLO and other Soviet
surrogates," he said. He warned,
however, that "we must not
overreact to the present crisis in
ways that undermine the security
of Israel."
Sen. Edward Kennedy
announcement last week of plans
to reintroduce registration which
is a prelude to the draft.
The Agudath Israel statement
continued: "The highest rabbinic
authorities have already ruled
that for Jewish women to
respond to military conscription
is contrary to Jewish law."
STRASBOURG The
Council of Europe, a
Parliamentary advisory body on
which 24 member states are
represented, refused Monday to
extend an invitation to the PLO
to address it. The Council decided
to have the matter examined by
the Political Commission, a
discreet way to shelve it for the
time being.
The decision not to invite a
PLO representative was taken
after a Swedish representative,
Socialist Deputy Carl Lidbom,
tabled a resolution calling on the
Council to "hear all sides in the
Middle East conflict, including
the representatives of the
Palestinian people."'
WASHINGTON Sen.
Edward Kennedy (D., Mass.)
characterized the Palestine
Liberation Organization this
week as a "Soviet surrogate"
and called for strengthening
Middle East countries against
"subversion" by the terrorist
organization. He also charac-
terized Israel as America's "most
stable and dependable ally in the
Middle East."
In an address at Georgetown
University. Kennedy, a candidate
for the Democratic Presidential
nomination, launched a full dress
JERUSALEM The Haifa
District Court sentenced two
Arab terrorists Monday to life
imprisonment for the murder of a
man, his daughter and a
policeman in a terror attack last
spring.
The terrorists entered an
apartment building in Nahariya,
shot Dan Harran, in his thirties,
his daughter, Einat, and police
Sgt. Eli Shahar.
The judges said the terrorists
intended to kill any Jew who
would stand in their way, and
committed distasteful crimes
such as the cold-blooded murder
of a baby. The sentence could not
fully match the brutality of the
crime, the judges said.
JERUSALEM Israelis
could drive to Egypt for the first
time last week but they could not
leave Israel by air or sea. Ben
Gurion Airport and Israel's three
seaports, Haifa, Eilat and Ash-
dod, were closed as some 100,000
public utility workers were out in
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ADL Reports
Continued from Page 1
ADL estimates there are
approximately 75.000 to 100,000
Klan sympathizers in the
country. Elorida continues to be
one of the states with the most
KKK activity. Recent Klan
aclwity in Florida has included a
march bv 75 robed Klansmen and
"Junior Klnnsmen" in Lakeland;
25 robed Klan demonstrators
assembled outside the home of
two Black women and their
families in Land O'Lakes, in what
was the second attempt to harass
the families since last August
and in Dade City, a house under
contruction, owned by a Black
man, was damaged in a cross-
burning incident.
CIRCUIT COURT Judge
Henry Latimer, who is Black,
was the target of a cross-burning
incident outside his home
in Plantation. At Tarpon Springs
High School in Pinellas County,
there was racial violence
Tarnon Springs is not far from
I'alm Harbor, where the Knights
|of the KKK have some mem-
bership strength white
students at the school had
bragged of membership in the
Klan to Black students.
At King High School in
I Tampa, fighting broke out
between white and Black
students after three white
students reportedly wore KKK
robes to a homecoming
celebration, and a white student
placed a sign bearing a racial slur
on a parking lot tree. Members of
the Invisible Empire. Knights of
the Ku Klux Klan. prominently
displayed guns at two recent
cross-burning rallies near West
Palm Beach.
And in Pensacola, Klansman
B.W, Robinson pleaded no
contest to violating Florida's
anti-mask law at a KKK
demonstration and was sen-
tenced to six months' probation
and ordered to pay $240 in court
costs. His American Civil
1 '.iberties Union lawyer promised
' JERUSALEM Rabbi Israel
Goldstein, the veteran former
American Zionist leader and
rabbi-emeritus of Congregation
Bnai Jeshurun in New York City,
looks little worse for the wear
following an armed robbery at his
home here last Thursday night.
He told reporters he had
opened the door to two young
men who then proceeded to
punch him and relieved him of
IL3000 in cash he had in his
pocket. Goldstein, displaying a
band aid across the bridge of his
nose, said he was grateful the two
had not stolen his various
valuable in themselves but have
an immense sentimental value to
him.
The 83-year-old former Keren
Hayesod chairman is, an Israeli
newspaper noted, ironically in
reporting the incident, president
of the "good citizenship society"
in Israel.
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Friday, Fd
Tu B'Shevat
By DR. SHMUELHIMELSTEIN
Except for Cheshvan. there
isn't a single Jewish month which
doesn't have some type of special
day. be it feast or fast. In fact
another name for Cheshvan is
Marcheshian. "bitter Chesh-
van. because it is so barren. It is
better to have a month of Av.
which commemorates the
destruction of the Temple, to a
month devoid of any symbolism,
of any individuality. Which
brings us to the present month,
the month of Shevat. What
redeeming factor does Shevat
have to prevent it from the
oblivion of "nothingness"?
During the entire month of
Shevat. only one day is special,
and that day is Tu B'Shevat
("Tu" representing the Hebrew
letters. Tet and Vav. or 15). Tu
B'Shevat. the 14th of Shevat.
occurs on a Saturday this year,
corresponding to Feb. 2. What is
so special about this day? If we
seek in the classical sources, we
will find that it is described as the
Rosh Hashanah the New
Year of the trees. Why a New
Year for trees? And why on the
15th of Shevat? And why is this
to be found in the Mishnah.
which is our classic source for all
Jewish law?
THE ANSWER to this is
found in the same classical
sources. It goes back to another
aspect of Jewish law the
tithing of one's fruits. The owner
of a tree or orchard had to take all
the crops grown during the year,
and had to separate a tithe. Here
a legal problem had to be
resolved. What is considered a
"year"'' If we are told that we
have to pay our taxes for a year,
we must first know where the
year begins and where it ends.
Tu B'Shevat. then, is the
beginning of the year for tithing.
All fruit trees that blossomed
before Tu B'Shevat. were tithed
for the previous year, while all
those that blossomed after Tu
B'Shevat were tithed with the
New Year of Trees
TO HAVE a tree along the
Avenue of the Righteous Gen-
tiles" is the highest accolade that
Israel can offer these manificent
Jewish National rund
following year's fruit. That is
what is meant by the New lear
for the trees. It is date which has
significance in Jewish law. thus it
is found in the Mishnah.
Living outside Israel. mft
people celebrate Tu B'Shevat by
serving fruit, preferably from
Israel, but if that is impossible,
at least serving fruit of those
species which the Torah sees as
being particularly identified with
the country grapes,
pomegranates, figs, olives, dates.
Knowing that every group of two
Jews has three opinions, we can
rest assured that there are
various customs as to what fruits
are to be eaten on that day.
THERE ARE communities
which celebrate the 15th of
Shevat by eating 15 kinds of
fruits, while there is one com-
munity which literally tries to
have no less than a hundred
kinds of fruit for reasons im-
bedded in the Kabbalah
Outside Israel, one cannot
really sense the importance of the
festival to the country. We in
Israel, who can see the
reclamation projects that have
added thousands of acres of what
used to be barren land to
cultivation, can sense it. Even in
the center of the country, driving
to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, we
see groves growing where all
about them is as close to desert
as one could imagine. This is even
more visible in the Negev and
Jalilee.
We have our own unique way
of showing how important trees
are to us and our country. Trees
and groves are planted all over
the country in honor (and in
memory! of countless Jews
throughout the world. The Yad
Vashem Institute for the
Holocaust has a special road
planted with trees either by or in
memory of the hundreds of
"Righteous Gentiles" who risked
their lives to save Jews in the
Second World War.
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In Israel, almost every child is
involved in a tree-planting
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through' his school or youth
movement Bus transportation
tends to become skimpy during
the dav the bus cooperatives
having taken hundreds of buses
off their regular routes to
transport the children to their
planting areas. Moreover, when
Tu B'Shevat comes around, we
begin to feel the first glim-
merings that winter might not
stav forever, and that spring may
indeed be on the way.
It is not surprising, given the
nature of the festival, that it is
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