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Israel Closes
San Salvador
Embassy
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Israeli Embassy in
San Salvador is shutting its doors'-
The Israeli attache, Aryeh Zur, was quoted as saying
that the shutdown was for "economic reasons." He
declined to elaborate. However, according to sources here,
the Israeli government felt it could no longer afford to pay
for the three bodyguards required to safeguard the em-
bassy personnel.
IN CLOSING DOWN its mission, Israel is the sixth
government to shut its diplomatic unit in El Salvador,
where political violence has been steadily increasing
against the government.
South Africa, Japan, Switzerland, Great Britain and
West Germany previously had closed down. West Ger-
many announced on Feb. 7 that they were closing down
their embassy for security reasons, and the next day all of
the West German diplomatic personnel left El Salvador.
A YEAR AGO, the Israeli Honorary Consul for El
Salvador, Ernesto Liebes, was kidnapped and, after being
Continued on Page 12-
ng for Thee My Country" include YoelLerner.Nurit Galron, Danny
lagor. They will appear at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton on Tuesday,
Concern in Israel
Carter Considering
[usical Hit to Play in Boca f "f^ff
Israel
jesday,
Temple
It is
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Jewish
lunity
Sang for
Bents in
bry of the
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I present.
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pthe mid-
and is
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My Coun-
ation of
an award winning Israeli
television series between 1974
and 1979. In 1975, Golda Meier
commented, "The only two
programs I never miss on
television are the news broadcast
and Sharti Loch Artzi."
THE CASE includes Dan
Almagor, one of Israel's most
prolific and most popular
playwrights, lyricists, satirists
and television personalities. He is
the creator and moderator of
Sharti Loch Artzi-
More than 100 of Almagor's
plays, adaptations, translations
and satirical revues have been
successfully presented on stage
in Israel during the past 20 years.
These include his award-winning
Hadisic show Ish Hadid Haya
(which played on Broadway as
"Only Fools Are Sad").
Nurit Galron, one of Israel's
most talented and most versatile
songstresses and dramatic ar-
tists, has reached the top list of
Israeli singing stars within the
past three years. Her two LP
albums; her successful one-
person show on stage and
prestigious television shows in
Israel: all these have made her
the hottest" talent in Israeli
show business.
Danny Litanny is best known
to American audiences as the star
of one of Israel's greatest
dramatic hits Ish Hasid Haya
("Once There Was a Hasid")
which reached Broadway some
years ago under the title "Only
Fools Are Sad." The tall Israeli-
born artist starred in both the
Hebrew version (which was
performed the length and breadth
of Israel for more than two and a
half years) and in the English
version which won rave reviews
in The New York Times, Cue
Magazine and other American
papers.
Tickets are available by calling
the South County Jewish
Federation office or through the
40 Jewish organizations
represented on the Community
Relations Council. Since it is
expected that there will be a
shortage of tickets, early pur-
chase of tickets is advised.
(JTA) President Carter
was reported to be con-
sidering a plan to provide
Egypt with F-15 fighters,
the best combat aircraft in
the U.S. arsenal, but wants
Egypt to settle for the time
being for the less
sophisticated F-16s.
According to White
House sources, Carter told
President Anwar Sadat in a
letter over the weekend
that he would be willing to
consider supplying F-15s
but the offer was essen-
tially an attempt to show
Sadat that he does not
consider Egypt a "second
class friend."
THE CARTER letter was
reportedly in reply to a query by
Sadat about the F-15s.
Egyptians also asked for 80 F-
16s, but the U.S. wants to
provide only 38 at this time. The
sources indicated that the Carter
Administration will try to
convince Egypt that, at least for
the time being, it should not
press for the F-15s because they
cost more than $17 million apiece,
have expensive maintenance
requirements and a long delivery
period.
It was indicated, however, that
the main reason for the
Administration's caution is that
it wants to avoid concern in
Israel that the F-15s might
conceivably be used against it
should Sadat fall from power and
another Egyptian leader take
over who might not support the
peace process or U.S. strategy in
the Middle East.
The U.S. is committed to sell
the slower F-16s to Saudi Arabia
and Israel. Israel is getting F-15s
as well.
Teen fflgrimage Applications Are Offered
Applications for the Israel
Teen Pilgrimage are still being
accepted. The South County
Jewish Federation is offering a
stipend of $600 per student
towards the cost of $1,600 for the
almost seven-week intensive
Israeli experience.
The group will leave from
Miami Airport on El-Al Israel
Airlines on Tuesday, June 24,
and return 40 days later on Aug.
3.
The group will intensively tour
Israel for three weeks, will ex-
perience Kibbut; life, a nature
study experience and extensive
contact with Israeli youth.
Application forms for the
Israel Teen Pilgrimage can be
obtained at the South County
Jewish Federation office, Suite
124, 3200 N. Federation Hwy.,
Boca Raton FL 33431.


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HIAS to Help Indochinese Refugees
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Community Calendar
March 9
South County Jewish Federation Cocktail Party at Logo Delray
Torah Israel Bond Dinner Hadassah. Ben-Gurion "Sages of
Chelm" presented by Delta Players 2 p.m. at Deerfield High
School Temple Beth El Brotherhood Breakfast 10 a.m.
Temple Emeth Sisterhood Card Party 7 p.m.
March 10
B'mi B'nlh Women, Boca Raton Board Meeting 1:30 p.m.
B'nai Torah Board Meeting 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth El Concert
8 30p.m Temple Emeth Singles noon meeting
March 11
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi, Dleray Two week trip to Israel
Hadassah, Aviva Cake Sale at the Boca Raton Community
Center 9 a.m. Temple Beth El Singles Meeting and Dance
Lesson Temple Emeth Brotherhood Meeting 7:30 p.m.
March 12
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Division -
"Pioneers" luncheon 10:30 a.m. at the home of Joyce Robinson
of Estoncia ($125 minimum gift) "Fun with Yiddish" at Temple
Emeth 1 p.m. Hadassah, Aviva Board Meeting 10 a.m.
Workmen's Circle at Temple Emeth 1 p.m.
March 13
South County Jewish Federation Rainberry Bay Coffee 8 p.m.
B'nai Torah Community Relations Council Program 8:30 p.m.
Hadassah, Ben-Gurion Board Meeting 10a.m. 'Temple Beth El
Sisterhood Board Meeting 10a.m.
March 15
Temple Beth El Singles Game Night
March 16
B'nai B'rith Kings Lodge Meeting 9 a.m.
March 17
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi, Delray Meeting 12:30 p.m.
Hadassah, Menachem Begin Meeting Women's American
ORT, Boca East Luncheon at Bernards noon South County
Jewish Federation, Women's Division, PHONE-A-GIFT
March 18
B'nai B'rith Kings Lodge Meeting 7:30 p.m. South County
Jewish Federation, Women's Division PHONE-A-GIFT
March 19
B'nai Torah Meeting 8 p.m. "Fun with Yiddish" at Temple
Emeth 3 p.m. Temple Beth El Singles Picnic 'Dixieland Concert
Women's American ORT, Region 9:30 a.m. Meeting; 8 p.m.
Membership Tea South County Jewish Federation, Women's
Division PHONE-A-GIFT South County Jewish Federation,
Endowment Fund Dinner at the Bankers Club
March 20
Brandeis University Women, Boca Joy of Arts Day Trip; Board
Mlg Hadassah, Ben-Gurion Meeting 12:30 p.m. at Temple
Emeth Hadassah, Sabra Group Meeting 8 p.m. Temple Beth
El Board Meeting 8 p.m. Temple Emeth Meeting 7:30 p. m.
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Division PHONE-A-
GIFT
March 21
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Division PHONE-A-
GIFT
March 22
B'nai B'rith Women, Boca Art Auction at Temple Beth El 7 p.m.
March 23
B'nai Torah 3 p.m.; AA Show 1 p.m.; Men's Club Board MtgV 30
p.m. Free Sons of Israel Dinner/Dance at Knights of
Columbus, Boynton Temple Beth El Adult Education 8 p.m.
March 24
Deborah Hospital Board Meeting 12:30 p.m. Reform Hebrew
Congregation, Delray, Sisterhood Meeting 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT, Boca East Board Meeting 12:30 p.m.
March 25
Deborah Hospital Meeting 1 2:30 p.m.
March 26
"Fun with Yiddish" at Temple Emeth 3 p.m. Hadassah, Aviva -
Meeting 12:30 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women at FAU
9:30 a.m. Women's American ORT, Delray Meeting 10 a.m.
Send your Community Calendar News to: M. Kretsky, South
County Jewish Federation, 3200 N Federation Hwy., Suite 124,
Boca Raton FL 33431 NEXT DEADLINE: March 10 for March 21
issue.

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Gay nor I. Jacobson. the
organization's executive vice
president, stated that these
people are now residing in
communities from coast to coast
and are receiving whatever help
and guidance they require from
Federation and their professional
Jewish family service agencies,
as well as synagogues and in-
dividual s|>onsors.
HIAS and the cooperating
communities employ the same
expertise and resources in the
resettlement of these refugees,
many of them boat people, as
with Jewish refugees from the
Soviet Union and elsewhere.
With the full approval of the
American Jewish community.
HIAS is committed to the U.S.
Government to assist 6,000
Indochinese refugees this year,
compared with 4.000 in 1979.
"It is simply a matter of
former boat people with long
memories helping today's victims
of political upheaval." stated
Edwin Shapiro, president of
HIAS.
HIAS is a beneficiary of the
United Jewish Appeal and
organized Jewish communities of
the country. In 1979, it assisted
more than 30,000 Soviet Jews to
migrate and resettle, the vast
majority in the United States.
Women Dial
for Dollars
Eleanor
Kupperman,
Federation U-
JA Women's
Division Fhone-
A-Gift chair-
person, an-
nounces that the
Phone-A-Gift
Campaign will be
held March 17
through 21.
Special telephones are installed
in the conference room of the
South County Jewish Federation
so that 10 women can work as a
unit calling upon women who
have not yet made their
Federation UJA pledges.
Volunteers are need to par-
ticipate in the Fhone-A-Gift
telethon for morning, afternoon
and evening work. Volunteers are
trained to participate and are
urged to call the Federation office
at 368-2737 to offer their services.
Kupperman said. "This year
the women's campaign Ls much
ahead of last year, and we expect
this year's Fhone-A-Gift cam-
paign to be equally successful."
Women's ORT
The public is invited to attend
a membership tea celebrating the
100th year of Women's American
ORT on Wednesday, March 19,
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Sigmund (Gilda) Mann, Delray,
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The Jewish Florididn of South County
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Jewish Civil Service Chapter
The National Jewish Civil
Service Employees is seeking to
form a new chapter in the Palm
Beach area.
All Jewish civil servants
(municipal, county, state or
federal) in the area are urged to
join, whether presently employed
or retired. There are chapters all
over the United States com-
prising some 165,000 members.
Anyone interested may contact
Seymour D. Levinson at 793-
5809.

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Jr. and Mrs. Morris Anapolsky, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sommers, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dine c<>-
lairpeople of High Point Federation-UJA Campaign, Rabbi Bruce WarshaU featured speaker
id Milton Kretsky, Delray Beach chairman, are shown at the recent Advance Gifts Cocktail
frty held at the Dine residence.
Organizations in the News
BNAIBRITH WOMEN
[Tie Delray Beach Naomi
gpter will hold its next regular
eting on March 17 at 12:30
at Temple Emeth. Final
have been completed for
i two-week deluxe trip to Israel
torch 11.
HADASSAH
The Boca Raton Aviva
apter invites winter residents
|participate at meetings and
cial events as follows:
March 11: Annual cake sale on
patio of Boca Raton Com-
linity Center. Bring your baked
Ddies by 9 a.m. For in-
lation. contact Mrs. Krengle.
[March 26: Monthly Meeting at
lea 11 Bca Clubhouse 12:30 p.m.
bi- hook Raquela will be
iewed.
I hi lU-n-Uurion, Delray
chapter announces the
i ation of the "Sages of
h by the Delta Players at
Beach High School at 2
I March 9. Those who have
i ni m the past can look
tward to another fine per-
t For tickets, contact
Bui; Hornstone.
11 liurion will hold its
"pnthly meeting March 20 at
triple Kmeth 12:30. Blossom
nper will present a program of
hsic through the ages. Refresh-
fcnts.
FUN WITH YIDDISH
This new group meets every
|ednesday at 3 p.m. Temple
neth. The community is invited
attend. Bring bank the in-
Icacies of "Mama Loshen"
|th them.
TEMPLE BETH EL
the Singles Club announces
upcoming events: March
19, Picnic / Dixieland Concert;
March 11, general
meeting-dance lesson, and
March 15, game night. For in-
formation on these events, call
Barbara or Eileen.
TEMPLE EMETH
The Singles Club's March
meeting will take place Monday,
March 10, at noon. A program
will be presented by Kate and
Abe Pariser and refreshments
will be served during the social
hour. All single men and women
are invited.
Sisterhood is sponsoring a
"Guys and Gals" spring card
party, Sunday, March 9, at 7
p.m. Donation $2.50. A light
snack will be served at Temple
Emeth. Call Temple office for
information.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
Two Sunday T.V. programs
will feature ORT: Sunday, March
9, Channel 5, 8:30 a.m., "Still
Small Voice," and Sunday, April
15, Channel 6,8 p.m. "L'Chaim."
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The Jewish Flnndian of South County
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y. March 7
.JewishFioridian 'Jewish Concerns Listed for 1980s
OF SOUTH COUNTY
Serving Soci Raton. Dalray Baach and Highland MM
In conjunction with South Oounty Jewlah Federation. Inc.
Combined JewUh Appeal______
PALM BE ACH BOCA RATON OFFICE
S300 North Federal Hlahway, Boca Raton. Fla.JW1 JM?
Prtntlnf Office 130N E 6th St. Ulaml. Fla. S31SJ Phone STJ-4SO0
FRED K SHOCHET
Editor and Publlaher
MILTON KRETSKY
New* Coordinator
SUZANNE SHOCHET
Executive Editor
Tha Jewijh F lor id, an Does Not Ouarantaa Tha KliafUl
01 Tha Merchandise Ad vertiiad In Its Columns
FORM S579 return* to The JewUh Floiidlan
P.O. Box 01WTS. Miami. Fla. SS101 ----------
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Federation Officer.: Prealdent. Jam.a B. Baer: VjoaTl jllllllti; ftOWaMLJtePa.
Milton Kretaky. Shirley Enaelberg; Secretary PhyUU Cohen. Treaaurer Donaia
Berger. Executive Director. Rabbi Bruce S Warahal
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (Local Araa) One Yajr -S3M. or "*r*,,','
South County JewUh Fedtntlon, MOO North Federal Highway. Boca Raton. Fia.
33431. Phone: 3*-J737. (Out olTown upon Request)
Friday. March 7.1980
Volume 2
19ADAR5740
Number 5
They Will Survive
Shabbat Zachor, the Sabbath of Remembrance,
is the traditional occasion preceding Purim during
which Jews observe the historic saving of their
religious and spiritual identity from the murderous
intent of the Persian Haman.
State of Israel Bonds is making a special effort
on the Sabbath of Remembrance to inform the
community of its new Life Award Dinner on Mar. 10
at the Konover Hotel.
Those to be cited are individuals who have
survived the Holocaust and who have been reborn
into a new life in the United States.
On that occasion, we might well also reflect on
the role of the State of Israel in Jewry's survival of
the murderous intent of the Nazi Hitler.
Israel's move over the weekend to phase out the
pound and bring in the shekel as the new unit of its
monetary system recalls the nation's desperate
struggle today to whip the ravaging effects of in-
flation on its economy.
In this, as well as in other aspects of Israel's
economy, State of Israel Bonds play a leading role in
assuring the country's industrial and economic
development.
The New Life Awards Dinner on Miami Beach
on Mar. 10 is an occasion one should not want to
miss to demonstrate the desire to be counted in the
ranks of those who recall the indomitable Jewish will
to survive over tyranny throughout the history of
Judaism and even in the challenges facing the
modern State of Israel today.
A Dedication to Life
The World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust
Survivors planned for June, 1981 in Jerusalem
should be a momentous event. The organizers,
survivors living in Israel, the United States, France
and elsewhere, have pointed out that a gathering of
all survivors was something that many inmates
dreamed about during the dark days in the death
camps.
Survivors feel that such a gathering is some-
thing they owe the six million who died, as well as
themselves. Perhaps even more important, the
survivors feel it is an obligation to future generations
so that what happened then will never happen again
to Jews or non-Jews.
It is thus fitting that children of survivors and
even grandchildren are expected to be among the
persons attending the World Gathering and that
special programs will be scheduled just for them.
What concerns survivors most is that the
horrors of the Nazi period will not be forgotten.
Because of the advanced age of most of them, this
will probably be the only time they will be able to
meet at such a gathering.
But it must be stressed that the gathering is not
only to remember the Holocaust but to testify to the
Jewish will to life and survival. It comes 36 years
after the liberation of the concentration camps, which
is twice Chai (18), the Jewish symbol for life.
The dedication to life is also symbolized in that
the gathering will be in Israel, the Jewish State that
was created to provide a home for persecuted Jews as
well as to express the Jewish national consciousness.
WASHINGTON -
The major concerns of American
Jewry in the mid-19609 will
remain the major concerns in the
1980s, but two new issues have
been added, according to B nai
B'rith task force reports in 1966
and 1979.
The findings were disclosed at
the annual winter meeting of tnt
agency's board of governors here
by its committee on research and
planning. The key concerns
expressed in 1966. the date of the
first study, and in 1979 remain, in
order. Jewish survival. anti-
Semitism and related concerns,
and relationship to Israel.
THE LATEST survey reflects
equal concern over the disinte-
gration of the Jewish family and
about the effectiveness of the
organized Jewish community,
two concerns largely ignored in
1966.
The 1979 conclusions of the
Bnai B'rith task forces are that
there is an erosion in American
Jewish life, marked by increasing
mixed marriage, a declining
birthrate, lesser attendance at
religious schools, a failure to
identify with the Jewish com-
munity, a general breakdown in
Jewish family cohesiveness, and
a widespread apathy toward
Judaism.
Dr. Max P. Baer, coordinator
of the taak forces, aaid that the
participants considered mixed
marriage a manifestation "of our
open society and therefore not
reversible by Bnai B'rith acting
alone."
HE SAID Bnai Brith's role
was seen as one of "mobilizing its
educational services." primarily
Hillel and the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, "in a program of
prevention" which could help
ease the problem "by
strengthening Jewish iden-
tification and facilitating
friendship among young Jewish
men and women."
To the extent that mixed
marriage is "irreversible," the
task forces urged greater ac-
ceptance of mixed-married
couples within the Jewish
community. The task forces
agreed that while B'nai B'rith
could not deal directly with the
sociological aspects of Jewish
disintegration,
weakening the Jewish f,
among them the growth ITl
number of Jewish women in 2
work force. '
THE TASK forces for l
said there was a need "for
unity within their local
munities, the need for min
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activities among organizatioJ
and the desirability of a doatl
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total Jewish community."
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that because the agency *Jz.
the whole Jewish communitTZ
community should allocate ,/
larger share of communal fafcj
to help B'nai B'rith reach h
goals.
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concern over anti-Semitism Z
related to Israel and the Artha
specifically Arab use of oil ai,
weapon to influence weslm
economy and turn public opinb
against Israel and the Jews TV
report said the Anti-Defamatio,
League was making a major
contribution in facing thoat
concerns.
Israel is of greater
family
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women and youth contributed to now_ a concern reflected in at-
family cohesiveness. tention to the ramifications of
The report warned that neither Israeli-Egyptian peace mtm
the agency nor the Jewish Arab propaganda and influenct
community as a whole was and relationships between "
"tooled up" to' deal with the United States and Israel,
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The Jewish Floiidiari of South Coun ty
Page 5
h Apologies for Jesse Jackson
MERE WAS the spectacle in
de County, Fla., taat wk
Bre Blacks raged against the
stigation into School Board
erintendant Dr. Johnny
La' alleged criminal activity
the basis that, since Dr. Jones
Black, the investigation is sui
eris bigoted.
tor but a moment, I could
el" for the press, which came
for special threatening
atment from the angry Black
imunity, but which stood its
und and pushed for a State
-omey's investigation into the
tged Jones crime as the School
Jard itself, from Chairman
Ellis Miller on down, sat
nbly by, doing nothing.
aT DR. JONES is a latter day,
etfooted Stepin Fetchit,
airman Miller is his yoo-hoo
s. Bloom equivalent in the
lairs of what education ought
1 be about these days, and the
pss was right in playing the
that a frightened Dade
?unty community, ever
iralyzed by Black power and
j raised Hispanic fist wrapped
line flag of Title 9, failed to do
elf.
|But the moment of sympathy
passed for me. When the
ess gets on its sanctimonious
gh horse, you have to be
_cially careful to find out
hich of its interests are at stake.
. press is never moral for
thing; the price it exact* is
en Neiman-Marcusian.
ITake, for example, the very
Vme press in the case of Jesse
fcckson's most recent diatribe
_aked in the guise of journalism
at would be hard-pressed to
ss a litmus test in anti-
kmitism. I have in mind the
llumn in which Jackson wishes
at Israel were dead and can't
fy so outright.
JACKSON'S alternative is
Jierefore to do what
phnny Jones' sidekick, Solomon
ames, did. When Barnes was
rrested and searched in the gold
|umbing caper, there were found
his sock (1) a listing of the
mes of key members of the
fade County School Board; (2) a
pting of the names of the
osecutor of the case and of the
wilder of his Florida west coast
Valhalla, where the gold
lumbing was allegedly to be
pstalled; (3) secret symbols set
efore each name; (4) a supply of
nspecified powder sent off for
hemical analysis in which the
ntire contents of the sock were
nmersed.
And what could this exotic
bllection possibly suggest but
podoo? Plain old voodoo. Can
Du imagine an "educator," a
gh school principal of Dade
ounty, Fla., a sidekick of the
chool Board's chief, Tonto to
he Lone Ranger, practicing
doo?
No wonder Dade's school
system is one of the worst in the
nation, no matter how hard the
press touts it as the fifth largest.
Perhaps indeed it is voodoo, only
voodoo that can save it from the
painful recognition that big is not
necessarily better. Who knows?
IN ANY case, back to Jesse
Jackson. There was the
courageous press, ever the tody
of Black power and the Third
World, running Jackson's anti-
Semitic utterances about Sol
Linowitz, whose very presence as
President Carter's special envoy
to the Middle East, he would
have us understand, offends
every decent and respectable
Arab leader there.
And then comes the equivalent
of the Barnes voodoo list:
Linowitz as Jew; Linowitz as
Zionist; Linowitz, limned in the
most detestable manner possible,
as speaker of Yiddish.
I suspect that Jackson's in-
cantatory style of journalism will
be about as successful in its
purpose as Solomon' Barnes'
witchcraft brought to his role as a
professional educator.
Still, the press is at primary
issue here, not Jones or Barnes or
Jackson, but the press and its
role as guardian and savior of
humankind along, of course, with
its own private oxen which must
never be gored.
CONSIDER THE press and
the Jones-Barnes plumbing
caper. In this, the press has
repeatedly gone out of its way to
deny in print the absurd charges
of the Black community that
demanding an investigation of
the caper is by its very nature an
anti-Black act.
If nothing else, the iiiogic of
these charges shows just how
Egypt Charges Israel
Blocks Free N-Zone
By T A MAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) The
Egyptian delegate to the United
Nations Disarmament Com-
mittee accused Israel of blocking
efforts to create a nuclear free
zone in the Middle East. The
delegate, Omar el-Shafei,
launched his bitter attack on
Israel just a day after the Israeli
Embassy was officially opened in
Cairo.
He said that Egypt is trying to
promote the Middle East as a
nuclear-free zone and its efforts
have been endorsed by the in-
ternational community in a
resolution by the General
Assembly. Israel was the only
country that abstained in the
vote last year, he said, adding
that this was further evidence
of its intransigence on the
subject.
HE WARNED that if Israel
continued to refuse to endorese
the nuclear non-proliferation
treaty, the Middle East would be
open to unlimited ventures in the
development of nuclear weapons.
El-Shafei noted that the
General Assembly was aware of
this danger and has appealed to
all countries not to cooperate
with Israel in the development of
nuclear weapons and not to
sorely bankrupt the Dade
County, Fla., public school
system is, and that a change in
administrative personnel,
professional and elected, is an
emergency "must" if we are ever
to come out of the miasma of the
kind of community ignorance and
illiteracy that led to such an
assumption in the first place-
It was this courageous act by
the press in investigating the
caper and in denying the charges
that led me to my warm moment
of sympathy with it.
BUT THE Jackson article is
not of the same order at all. The
Jackson article is a scurrilous
attack upon an American on the
basis of his religion, cultural
background and linguistic
preferences, all of which Jackson
finds distasteful to him
"distasteful" here being a
euphemism for his flirtation with
anti-Jewish sentiment.
For none of this does the press
show the least inclination to
explain the reason behind its
decision to publish the article in
question, let alone to apologize
for it. And why should it? After
all, the press agrees.
Consider one particular Dade
County newspaper's treatment of
the obituary notice the other
week of one of the country's most
distinguished rabbis lost in
the trivia of other such notices on
some back page. Is there any
doubt that a Black or Hispanic
leader would have rated features
and stories day after day on Page
One? Particularly a localito?
OR CONSIDER that paper's
repeated manic publication of the
anti-Israel sentiments of George
I Ball, who still smarts that it was
not he but Cyrus Vance whom
IP resident Carter named
j Secretary of State and who, when
he still had visions of filling that
office, inundated The Jewish
Floridian with articles of his that
one could only characterize as
cloyingly sweet in the cause of
Israel in the Middle East.
Why should this press now
choose to publish Ball's bitter
post-election Realpolitih when it
flagrantly ignored his pre-Cyrus
Vance cloying economiums
which he then sent to The Jewish
Floridian as second best?
It is hard to answer this
question without placing the
answer within the framework of a
front page story of that press last
autumn purporting to be a study
that concludes that middle class
Jews are largely affluent, in-
fluential and grandiose suburban.
SUCH STUPIDITY, such
bigotry and such balm to the
soul of the Black and the
Hispanic, the barn where the
sacred oxen are these days
stashed. Why then apologize for
a piece of Jesse Jackson ef-
frontery? Only Jews are involved.
supply it with fissionalble
material. He said Egypt was
awaiting the results of the
Secretary General's study of
Israeli nuclear weapons.
Israel has denied that it
possesses such weapons. Egypt
has proposed that the Red Sea be
designated a nuclear free zone
and is seeking an international
agreement to isolate that region
form Big Power conflicts.
MEANWHILE, Boutros
Ghali, Egyptian Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs, told a
press conference in Bern he was
optimistic Israel and Egypt
would solve the question of
Palestinian autonomy on the
West Bank and Gaza Strip before
the May deadline. "Even if an
agreement will not be reached on
all the problems some
agreements will be made to allow
for further negotiations," he said.
Ghali, who was ending a two-
day official visit as guest of Swiss
Foreign Minister Pierre Auber,
called on the European countries
to take a more active role in
helping solve the autonomy
problem. He particularly
suggested help from the Socialist
International in which Israel is a
member and trade union
organizations.
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TWwMftoidwi of South Coanty^
British Seek to Rewrite Res. 242
(Cvlooa: Ctmtrt/nt
(to Po)
Michael Zimmerman
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
British initiative that would alter
Security Council Resolution 242
to recognize Palestinian rights
has alarmed Israel and draw a
sharp rebuke from Premier
Menachem Begin at a meeting
with British Ambassador Sir
John Mason. The initiative is
being pressed by Foreign
Secretary Lord Carrington. He is
expected to seek support for his
ideas at a meeting of the
European Economic Community
(EEC) foreign ministers in Rome.
Carrington has suggested that
the EEC promoted an amend-
ment to Resolution 242 that
would give the Palestinians
political status. The resolution.
adopted in 1967 and accepted by
all parties as the basis for a
Middle East settlement, makes
reference only to the iakw*iman
refugees.
CARRINGTON S amewtaent
would also recognize the
Palestine LiWjf'lS
Organization as representative of
the Palestinian people. The Y\M,
for its part, would be required to
recognize Israel.
At a meeting with Mason,
Begin said Israel totally rejected
Carrington's approach. The same
message was delivered U>
Carrington by the I"ael1
Ambassador in London. Shloroo
Argov. last week. Begin, who saw
Mason just before his departure
from Israel to become High
Commissioner in Australia,
claimed that the British proposal
would undermine the peace
process by knocking out one of
the pillars of the Camp David
accords, meaning Resolution 242.
1 He said the idea "smells of i>
peasement" of powerful Artb oi
interests.
fhtfly rejected tW
British assertion that the PLrj
was becoming more moderate. Hi
claimed that, on the contrary, t
continues to practice tsrrorW
and its attacks on Israel would
worsen were it not for ti
vigilance of Israel's
forces.
ascutit,
ISRAELI DIPLOMATS a
EEC capitals have been strivjM
to block the British initiative.
Their reports, coming back to
Jerusalem, are uncertain u u
what success they have achieved.
While the diplomats m\
Carrington's proposals are aj
very much a "one man show,"
they cannot predict how the EEC
foreign ministers will react.
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By, March V1W
The Jewish Floridian of South County
PmA;
Dr. Persoff to Receive
Israel's Ben-Gurion Award
[Dr. Myron Persoff, area
Lrgeon, will be honored by
pngregation B'nai Torah and
late of Israel Bonds with a
rftimonial dinner on Sunday,
arch 9, at the Ramada Inn in
ca Raton.
11 n recognition of his lifetime of
vice to his profession, to his
.nmunity, and to Israel, he will
fceive Israel's prestigious David
fn (iurion Award.
|Dr. Persoff is a native of West
llm Beach and an alumnus of
tlm Beach High School and the
niversity of Florida in
fcinesville.
After graduation from the
diversity of Miami Medical
hool he served as flight
Igeon in the U.S. Navy from
66 to 1971.
5ince 1976 he has practiced
tstic surgery in Boca Raton
is director of medical
lucation at Boca Raton
Immunity Hospital. He is also
linical associate instructor in
istic surgery at the University
[Miami and is board-certified in
istic and reconstructive
fgery and a member of the
nerii an Society of Plastic and
(constructive Surgeons.
>r. Burton Wollowick,
lirman of the B'nai Torah
[te of Israel Bonds Committee,
It is most appropriate that
honor Dr. Persoff. To list the
nmunity activities in which he
; provided leadership would
Id like a Who's Who in Boca
imunity life."
Co-chairman Saul Gluekman
led. "There is hardly a
imunity activity in which he
; not only participated but also
[an active role."
Dr. Wollowick and I are
ply appreciative of the work
he by our committee," Gluek-
in continued. "They have
rked long and hard, and we
anot thank them enough."
The committee includes Karen
llowick, Harry Newman,
pry (ilassman, Dr. Sol Git-
ian, Dorothy Thurm, Allan
Ibbins, Irving Wasson, Ethel
Mson, Martin Moldaw, Alan
ircovitz, Diane Marcovitz,
this Kriedlander, and Allan
kenberg.
Eddie Klein, a Miami cantor
ko is considered one of
berica'a finest artists in
prgical music, will sing in a
petal conceit at the testimonial
Dr Persoff. Away from the
Ipit and in private concerts he
ji\ ides a program that runs the
Iniui from "My Yiddishe
ama" to the latest Broadway
uw tunes.
[One of his concerts in West
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>re than 1,000 persons who
pianded three encores in
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ur-long program.
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South County Endowment Fund
Committee, announces that a
dinner will be held at the Bankers
Club on Wednesday, March 19,
at which Henry Zucker, con-
sultant for the Joint Endowment
Committee for the Palm Beach
Federation and the South County
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RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who picked up the telephone
before Alexander Graham Bell did?
A: Johann Philipp Reis.
Reis is listed in THE BOOK OF FIRSTS as
number one to publicly demonstrate the
telephone. He did this in front of a group of
scientists in 1861 fifteen years before Bell got
a patent. Because of illness and .a lack of funds.
Reis was unable to capitalize on his invention.
Bell knew of his work as did Edison who even
toyed with Reis' ideas. On March 22. 1876,
twelve days after Bell's first intelligible speech
transmission, the NEW YORK TIMES ran an
editorial entitled The Telephone'. The editorial
was all about Philipp Reis. Not one word about
Bell. Even the U.S. Government brought suit
against Bell for: "claiming the invention of
something already widely known to exist in the
form of the Reis telephone' and also with
somehow concealing the latter from the Patent
Office's expert examiner in that field" Bell, of
course, survived the lawsuits and the challenges
but physicists built a monument to Reis as the
inventor of the telephone. (Better he should
have won the lawsuits.)
ANOTHER RARE FACT...
A big part of Jewish warmth and affection
is to quickly become completely open and
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, March 7
AJComm. Vows U.S,
Jews to Snub
Begin on Hebron
Toni Berliner and Rose Rifkin, co-chairpeople of the Federation UJA Women's Division
Keynoter Luncheon; Irma Fier, hostess; Henry Levy, featured speaker, and Phyllis Cohen and
Shirley Enselberg, co-chairpersons of the Women's Campaign, are shown from left. Over
$20,000 was pledged at this recent event.
Martin Grossman to be Inducted Into
Bonds Prime Minister's Club
The Boca Teeca Israel Bond
Committee will install Martin
Grossman into the Prime
Minister's Club of the State of
Israel on Sunday, March 16. at a
cocktail party and buffet supper
at the Boca Teeca Club House in
recognition of his efforts in behalf
of the State of Israel and Israel
Bonds.
He will receive Israel's highest
award, the Prime Minister's
Plaque.
Since retiring and moving to
Boca Teeca three years ago,
Grossman has been a leader in
Israel Bonds.
He has been active in work for
the Chaim Weitzman Institute,
the United Cerebral Palsy
campaigns, and the American
Friends of Hebrew University. A
veteran of World War II, he
received the Bronze Star combat
award for bravery in action.
Joey Adams, star of stage,
screen, radio, night clubs, and
television, and a world traveler
who has been a goodwill am-
bassador to many countries, will
be a special guest at the tribute
to Grossman.
Chairman of the Boca Teeca
Israel Bond Committee, Reuben
Viener, and his co-chairman
Bernard Schachman join in
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praising their committee for its
planning and work.
The committee includes Ken
Bennett, Max Dresner, Samuel
Lovitt, Walter Ackerman,
Mortimer Heutlinger, Jules
Jacobson. Samuel London,
Hyman Singer. Benjamin
Solomon, Arthur Child, Irving
Gennett, Irving Hollowbrow,
Herman Gorodesky, Max
Shustek. Harry Hochman.
Nathan Williams, Morris Kadish,
Marry Moskowitz, Bernard
Pacter, Edwin Pizer, Hill
Schulberg, Abraham Viener. and
Mel Worth.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Leaders of the American Jewish
Committee warned the Israeli
government not to overestimate
the support of American Jews for
its policies. They declared
specifically that the organization
"will not defend" any decision by
Israel to resettle Jews in the
West Bank Arab town of Hebron.
The AJCommittee leaders
spoke to Israeli journalists at the
close of their Board of Governors
meeting here which wound up a
13-day visit to Egypt and Israel.
Bertram Gold, executive vice
president, said that if im-
plemented, a Jewish move into
Hebron could not be explained in
the U.S.
THE AMERICAN Jewish
leaders indicated that they would
not openly attack the Israeli
government. They said they had
sought to convey their views to
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
at a meeting with him at which
they expressed disquiet ov
some aspects of Israeli policy
They said that out of politen*
and deference to the Prim
Minister, they had not pressed
their points.
But AJCommittee President,
Richard Maass said he i
concerned that Begi,
overestimated the support fa
Israel's policies among America
Jews. He said that large tun,
outs at public meetings did noil
mean that American Jewry ]
solidly behind Israel government
policies.
Maynard Wishner, of Chicago,]
who is considered likely to I
succeed Maass, concurred witi]
his comments.
DURING HIS meeting with 1
the AJCommittee leaders Ben]
used the term "appeasement"toI
describe the U.S. approach tothel
Palestinian problem and upheld
the "right" of Israelis to settle |
anywhere in "Eretz Israel."
News in Brief
Israel's CBS Correspondent Fired for Nuke Report
JERUSALEM Dan Raviv,
the Israeli correspondent for the
Columbia Broadcasting System
(CBS) who flew to Rome last
week to file a story alleging
Israeli nuclear cooperation with
South Africa, has had his press
credentials revoked.
Zeev Hefetz, director of the
Government Press Office, took
the action on the recom-
mendation of the chief military
censor. Col. Yitzhak Shani.
Raviv's story, broadcast by
CBS in the United States last
Thursday night, claimed that
Israel and South Africa jointly
tested a nuclear device in the
South Atlantic last September.
This was flatly denied by Israel.
"Nonsense, there was nothing of
the kind," Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman declared Friday.
Raviv based his report on an as
yet unpublished book written by
two Israeli journalists, EliTecher
and Ami Dor-On. The book is
currently under examination by
the censor because it contains
material of a classified nature.
Raviv flew to Rome to avoid the
Israeli censor to which all
security sensitive material must
be submitted.
Hefetz informed CBS news
chief William Leonard and the
Foreign Press Association in
Israel of his action. He sent an
official letter to CBS Bureau
Chief Charles Wolfson requesting
that Raviv's press card by
returned to the GPO by Mar. 1.
It is understood that Raviv is
still in Europe.
JERUSALEM Labor Party
leader Shimon Peres repeated
Monday his opposition to set-
tlements such as that founded by
Gush Emunim in Eilon Moreh.
Speaking before the con-
vention of Progressive Judaism
in Jerusalem, Peres said the key
was to protect the Jewish
majority of the state.
He repeated his party's view
that it would be a mistake to
annex the administered
territories and bring in more than
one million Palestinians against
their will. This, he said, was the
danger of settlements like Eilon
Moreh.
Peres also expressed his
support for the Reform
movement and its struggle for
recognition in Israel. Peres gave
particular praise to the
movement's settlement of Yahel
a kibbutz in the Arava.
Peres was asked if his party
would work toward a recognition
of the Reform movement if it
returned to power. "Labor is
traditionally against any sort of
coercion," Peres replied,
"religious or anti-religious. We
are for recognizing all streams of
Jewish life."
WASHINGTON President
Carter assured a national Jewish
audience here this week that he is
"opposed to an independent
Palestinian state" and that the
United States will always stand
by Israel "in time of crisis."
In a short address to the
National Young Leadership
Conference of the United Jewish
Appeal, punctuated many times
by applause from the 1,500
delegates from nearly every state
of the union. Carter declared, "1
am opposed to an independent
Palestinian State because in my
judgment and in the judgment
of many leaders in the Middle
East, including many Arab
leaders, this would be a
destabilizing factor in the Middle
East and certainly will not serve
U.S. interests."
The three-day conference,
which opened yesterday, gave
Carter a three-minute standing
ovation when he made his ap-
pearance. The applause was
thunderous when he declared, "I
won't negotiate with nor
recognize the Palestine
Liberation Organization until it
recognizes Israel's right to exist
and accepts United Nations
security council resolutions 242
and 338." The President declared
further, "It is past time to a total
end to terrorism against Israel
and the people who live there."
JERUSALEM > Several
cabinet members have expressed
concern over American plans to
supply Egypt with sophisticated
weaponry, including F-16s and
the even more advanced F-15
combat planes. Israel has kept a
low profile on this matter so far
and Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman is counseling a
measured reaction rather than
hasty comments.
Informed sources told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
Israel would soon launch a
campaign to persuade
Washington to moderate the
supply of arms to Egypt in terms
of quantity, quality and the pace
of shipments. The sources
conceded that Israel has to
expect the U.S. to sell arms to
Egypt in the wake of its peace
treaty with Israel and the fact
that it has been virtually cut off
from the Soviet Union as a source
of military supplies.
Justice Minister ShmuelTamir
has declared publicly that Israel
has "the right and duty to make
its voice heard" on the issue and
hinted that Israel should ask the
U.S. to provide it with additional
arms to maintain the military
balance. Tamir argued that
Egypt is a newcomer to the pro-
western camp, and the U.S.
should bear that in mind.
AMSTERDAM The Iraqi
government has abruptly can-
celled a scheduled visit to Bagh-
dad by Foreign Minister
Christoph Van der Klaauw to
protest Holland's agreement to
host the tripartite talks between
Israel, Egypt and the U.S. on
Palestinian autonomy.
Van der Klaauw was about to
leave for Baghdad Saturday
when he was informed by the
Iraqi ambassador that his visit
has been "postponed in-
definitely."
The Iraqis said they want
further information on Holland's
present position on the Middle
East conflict before the visit can
take place. Israel's Minister of
Interior Yosef Burg, Prime
Minister Mustapha Khalil of
Egypt and Sol Linowitz,
President Carter's special am-
bassador to the Middle East,
were due to meet in the Hague on
Wednesday for the latest round
of autonomy negotiations. The
Hague was selected after Israel
ruled out London and Paris.
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Israel is becoming increasingly
anxious over recent political and
military developments in
Lebanon. It is giving special
attention to Syrian overtures to
Lebanon to enter into a "defense
pact" which, in Israel's view,
would intensify the client-patron
relationship between Beirut and
Damascus and would further
ensconce the Syrian military
presence in Lebanon.
Israeli policy-makers are still
studying the recent pullback of
Syrian forces from the western
coastal region of Lebanon to the
Baka region in the cast. The
significance of this redeployment
is not yet clear. But the areii
vacated by the Syrian "peace-
keeping" force have been turned
>ver, in the main, to the Palestine
Liberation Organization. The
result, the Israelis say, is the
creation of a PLO
administration almost
Palestinian autonomy
Brazil Warns
PLO to Refrain
From Anti-Israel
Propaganda
By DAVID MARKl'S
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
Farid Sawan, represent alive of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, and the Arab
league Office in Brasilia have
been warned by the Brazilian
Foreign Minister that they face
possible expulsion for publishing
and distributing a pamphlet
offensive to Prime Minister
Menachem Begin of Israel, in
violation of Brazilian law.
The pamphlet. titled
"Menachem Begin: The Story of
a Terrorist," was published by
the Arab League Office in the
capital to which Sawan is at-
tached. Israel's Ambassador
Moshe Erell filed a proU-st with
the Foreign Ministry demanding
that "adequate measures" be
taken against the PLO
representative.
He said the pamphlet is not
only offensive to Israel's Prime
Minister but is "pure and simple
anti-Semitic propaganda in the
style of a certain great European
power," an apparent reference W
the Soviet Union.
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The Jewish Flojidian of South County
Page 9
viets Continue Harrassment
Of Jews Wishing to Leave
From the National
Conference on
Soviet Jewry
MR offices in most Soviet
1 are open an average of two
(a week, causing a backlog of
Veds of applicants.
en in Moscow, where the
frities are trying to keep up
official procedures of
ration, application lines at
VIK are longer than ever.
tse developments have
jred in spite of the fact an
(cedented number of ap-
his are receiving refusals,
(example, in Moscow, 48
s received rejections in one
47 because of "insufficient
lip" and one for allegedly
lg access to "classified
nation." Also, it is im-
nt to note that despite the
nt wave of refusals, there
been a sharp increase in
bts for invitations (visovs)
Israel.
lEST According to
lh emigrants crossing the
border checkpoint at
customs officers are
(ting their excessively harsh
nents.
ricials begin checking
Ingers' luggage and
nents approximately one
I before train departure to
^a, often causing confusion
unnecessary anxiety.
over, officials require some
tgers to strip, sometimes
les before the train is due to
ISCOW The National
Irence on Soviet Jewry has
pil i hat the exit visa received
ununuil I.uric two months
was cancelled. This
Dpmenl is the first of its
to surface in Moscow in the
months. Until now,
Jr cases were only reported
rn received permission to
i the USSR last Dec. 28; he
Lold that he would have to
by Feb. 14. His visa was
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speaking with some tourists.
The tourists were released after
l1/' hours, but Elena was charged
with "soliciting foreigners." She
was consequently sentenced to 15
days in jail, permissible under
law without a trial.
Elena was first arrested in
September 1979 while
vacationing with her husband in
Yalta.
A woman ran up to the
Oleiniks and threw a bottle of
tomato sauce at Elena.
Screaming for help, she flagged
down police and accused Elena of
knocking the bottle out of her
hands. Elena's subsequent ar-
rests were on charges of
"hooliganism"; with each arrest
she was detained for 15 days.
Elena and her two brothers,
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1977. All three have since been
arrested on trumped-up charges.
Elena Oleinik's harassment
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reminiscent of the case of former
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Feldman, from Kiev, who after
many arrests on similar trumped-
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Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Estate Planning Tips Are for Everyone
,-fr.
By SHEPARD LESSER
Partner: Leaser, Lesser
and Daniels, P.A.
Over the past few years, a
great deal of statutory change
has been enacted into our federal
estate tax laws.
On that account, many wills
and trust documents dealing with
estates of a significant amount
should be reviewed and re-
evaluated in the light of the new
law and the effect of that law to
make sure that the purposes of
the estate holder are currently
met, and that the maximum tax
benefits are currently to be
obtained.
Under current estate tax law,
an estate of approximately
$140,000 can be passed without
any federal estate tax liability
provided that the unified tax
credit of the decedent has not
been depleted by lifetime gifts.
In a situation where the
decedent leaves a surviving
spouse who is to inherit at least
one-half of the estate, estates up
to approximately $390,000 can
pass without federal tax ex-
posure.
THIS MEANS that the vast
majority of estates will be able to
lawfully escape any federal tax
liability.
It is important to remember,
however, that for federal estate
tax purposes, an estate is con-
sidered to include jointly held
property and certain other assets
which are not in the sole name of
the person who passes away.
In connection with death-time
giving, about the only advice to
be given in a general fashion is to
make sure that the will and other
death-time documents are in
current compliance with existing
law and maximize deathtax
exemption benefits which would
arise at the time of death.
Lifetime tax avoidance has
been severely diminished under
current law and the most basic
remaining lifetime avoidance
technique is the employment of
annual gifts not to exceed $3,000
each to as many individuals free
from gift tax as you choose.
This means that the father and
mother of five children could each
give away $15,000 per year to
their children without any gift or
estate tax liability. This is all
providing that the donor lives for
at least a period of three years
after making the gift.
This technique would ob-

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viously only be beneficial in the
event that it did not deplete the
estate of the giver to the point
where he could not look after the
needs and welfare of his own
family unit during his lifetime.
GIFTS BY WILL to qualified
charitable organizations can also
save estate taxes since such
charitable gifts are completely
deductible from the gross estate
in full before the tax rates are
applied to the taxable estate.
Estate taxes can also be saved by
lifetime gifts to charitable in-
stitutions since the amount
contributed during lifetime is not
included in the taxable estate. In
addition to the satisfaction of
seeing the good work such
lifetime charitable gifts will do,
one also receives a present in-
come tax charitable deduction.
Bach particular estate is
confronted with certain fact
situations and personality
matters that would really require
that each be individually
evaluated for proper planning.
Estate planning as a general
tool does not only include the
maximum lawful avoidance of
tax. but also should contemplate
the protection of legatees, where
necessary, and many other
matters incident to planning for
the event of death.
In connection with all 0f.
matters, the planning y
preparation and execution 3
proper will is the single
fundamental aspect 0f
program, since such an
planning and will conJ"
should and will disclose
matters as are necessary tal
handled.
Other significant aspectj,
estate planning will be treaudJ
subsequent articles in this ]
including important i
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tax methods of making gifJ|J
the Federation and ot
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nployee Struggle
yrtdknt'vfSduthCot
Paell .
Strife Mars Cairo Embassy Opening
beginning of the week. The'
Egyptian Embassy will be
quartered temporarily at the Tel
Aviv Hilton Hotel until a per-
manent location is found in Tel
Aviv.
Hozandar said he hoped the
opening of the Embassy would
lead the way to an overall peace
in the Middle East. "Let us hope
that this road will not be a long
one," be added.
...IAK SHARP IL
|l AVIV (JTA) -
3t Embassy of Israel
Arab world was
Illy opened in Cairo
jveek. The blue-and-
fflag with the Star of
was hoisted over a
i>ty tan building in
fashionable Dokki
fn of the Egyptian
at 10 a.m. local
and a plaque was
led with the words
(assy of Israel" in
ew, Arabic and
Bh.
| ceremonies were in a low
he advance staff of the
[diplomatic mission sang
\a as the colors were
. Some Egyptians wat-
om the terraces of neigh-
buildings, but many
Iby seemed unaware of the
lYossef Haddas, the Israeli
, d Affaires who headed
nbassy until Ambassador
Ben-Elissar arrived in
Ion Sunday, made a brief
1 in which he expressed the
[hat other Arab countries
low the example of Egypt
pke peace with Israel.
US HOPE that other
eaders will join the peace
i which the leaders of both
untries have done so much
|ild for good neighborly
us between our peoples,"
said. The Israeli
lat. who was born in Syria,
In Arabic.
i-KILssar presented his
ktials to President Anwar
on Feb. 26. Egypt's
ssador-designate, Saad
da, presented his to
ent Yitzhak Navon in
Jem on the same day.
jing to reports from Cairo,
(so handed the Israeli
(ent a note stressing that
does not recognize
klem as the capital of Israel.
Israeli advance party
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Councillor to the Embassy,
visited the building which, be
pointed out, will serve only
temporarily as the Israeli
legation. More suitable and
presumably less expensive
premises are being sought to
house the Embassy permanently.
The Israelis are paying $3,600 per
month rent for the building in the
Dokki section. It is on a
residential block and has been
under heavy guard by Egyptian
police and plainclothesmen ever
since the Israelis rented it.
FURNITURE AND office
equipment reached the premises
in a two-truck convoy that took
the overland route to Egypt via
Sinai. The Embassy's four
telephone lines and telex con-
nections are functioning and their
numbers were published.
The smooth functioning of the
new Israeli Embassy was
threatened by a dispute between
Ambassador Ben-Elissar and
Foreign Ministry employes over
who should be the envoy's
personal secretary. Ben-Elissar
insists on Fanny Ashkenazi, his
private secretary for the past
seven years.
But the general assembly of "
Foreign Ministry employes voted
overwhelmingly to demand that
he select a new secretary from
among qualified Ministry per-
sonnel. The employes claimed
that about 15 secretaries at the
Ministry are about to be
dismissed for economy reasons
and therefore every job opening
is important.
THEY REJECTED a com-
promise proposal to send Ms.
Ashkenazi to Cairo as a staff
member of the Prime Minister's
Office to which she was credited
when Ben-Elissar was director
general of that bureau. They also
insisted that the Ambassador's
private chauffeur in Cairo must
be a Foreign Ministry worker.
Ben-Elissar has yet to name
the economic and press attaches
for the Cairo legation.
Meanwhile, twelve Egyptian
diplomats, the advance party of
the Egyptian diplomatic mission
to Israel, arrived Feb. 21.
Mohammed Hozandar, Charge
d'Affaires at the new Egyptian
Embassy, who heads the
delegation, said that
Ambassador Saad Mortada
would arrive in Israel at the
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Page 12
The Jewish Fhoridian ofSouth County
Friday,
Israeli Reform Rabbi Ordained at Home
JERUSALEM (JTA) -1
Mordechai Rotem. a 33-year-old
Sabra from Haifa, haa become
the first Israeli Reform rabbi to
be ordained in Israel. The or-
dination was performed by Dr.
Alfred Gottachalk, president of
the Hebrew Union CoDege-
Jewish Institute of Religion, the
Reform seminary in the U.S. who
came to Israel for the occasion.
Rotem is the first graduate of a
program introduced by the HUC-
JIR in June, 1977 to prepare
Israelis at its Jerusalem school
for i careers as "rabbis in the
Progressive or Reform movement,
in Israel. There are presently five
other student rabbis in the
program who will be ordained
shortly.
THE HUC synagogue here
where the ordination ceremonies
were conducted, was packed with
men and women, including many
Americans. It was one of the rare
occasions in Israel where men
and women celebrated a religious
service together. Orthodox
tradition requires strict
separation of the sexes in houses
of worship.
Rotem s ordination is regarded
UJA Mission
Meets Begin
NEW YORK The fourth
annual United Jewish Appeal
Rabbinic Community Leadership
Mission to Israel is taking place
through Mar. 12.
Rabbi Stanley S- Rabinowitx,
of Adas Israel Synagogue in
Washington. D.C.. is chairman of
UJA's Rabbinic Cabinet. Rabbi
Norman R. PaU of Temple
Sholom of West Essex. Cedar
Grove. N.J.. serves as Mission
chairman.
Highlight of the ten-day
mission program, according to
Rabbi Rabinowitz. will be a study
session at the home of Prime
Minister Menachem Begin.
major development in
Israels religious life with
significance beyond the small
community of Progressive
Judaism of which the young
rabbi is a member.
One expression of the change
was the language. While Rotem s
teachers made their speeches in
English or in Angb-Saxon ac-
cented Hebrew, the new rabbi
spoke Hebrew like the native of
Israel he is.
Israel Closes San Salvadoi
Continued from Page 1-
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,rch7,1980
jrder Barometer
Travel to Tell If
Peace is Serious
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 13
I YORK The extent of
between Israel and
I now that they have
(their borders to each
Id agreed to exchange
fie representatives, will
barometer of the
s with which the two
ew the peace," the head
Israel Airlines has
Shavit, who is also
it the Manufacturers'
Ion of Israel, and
of the Coordinating
of the Economic
Lions of Israel, made his
[at a luncheon held here
ational headquarters of
ican Jewish Committee.
las made chairman of the
[El Al last November.
fcoMMENTS referred to
[that regular air service
Tel Aviv and Cairo
)nday, Mar. 3. El Al and
Lotusair, the Egyptian air line,
will each operate two flights a
week at the start El Al on
Mondays and Thursday,
Lotusair on Sundays and
Wednesdays. Later, this will be
increased to three each. A one-
way flight will take 45 minutes.
"With this fast, relatively
inexpensive, and easily available
service, we hope to create an
altogether new market," Shavit
said.
He explained that until now, in
order to fly betwen Israel and
Egypt, it was necessary to go via
Athens or some other major city,
always entailing plane changes,
and often long waiting times.
However, he expressed concern
over the fact that, in the period
since Egypt and Israel agreed to
a peace settlement, relatively few
Egyptians have visited Israel as
tourists, although larger num-
bers of Israelis had made the trip
to Cairo.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday
New Currency
announced the new tax law aimed *"J Neeman. d^
gain* tax evades who he ** *^*Jt
Shekel Makes Bow in Israel
made it clear that the change of
currency was not
JERUSALEM -
(JTA) Israel had a new
currency as of Sunday, the
Shekel, named for the silver
coinof the Bible that was last
in use some 2,000years ago.
The change-over from the
Pound, which has been
Israel's official currency
since the State was founded,
was announced by the
government Friday. At the
same time, the government
announced tough new
measures to crack down on
tax evasion with severe
penalties for violators.
ISRAELIS WILL be required
to trade in their Pounds for
"Shkalim" at the rate of ten to
one. The Pound will be phased
out over the next few months but
will remain legal tender along
with the Shekel until then.
Amon Gafni, Governor of the
Bank of Israel, told reporters
that the government had been
preparing for the currency switch
for more than two years, on
orders given by Prime Minister
Menachem Begin shortly after he
took office and by the then
Finance Minister, Simcha
Ehrlich. According to some
reports, the government decided
to introduce the Shekel sooner
than intended because of leaks.
The change-over was greeted
with some nervousness. There
was a significant drop in stock
prices, although cost-of-living
linked bonds held their ground.
Foreign exchange rates rose in
response to a surge of demand for
foreign currencies.
THIS OCCURRED in Arab
villages and East Jerusalem and
in the rest of Israel. Israeli banks
were closed Sunday. The U.S.
dollar soared from a rate of IL
38.8-$ 1 to IL 42-$ 1, and the
German mark also rose against
the Pound. But the government
devaluation. The Shekel will be
pegged at 3.80-$ 1.
The reappearance of the an-
cient currency, used according to
the Bible by the Patriarch
Abraham, is intended to have a
psychological impact on Israelis
who associate the Pound with
triple-digit inflation. Hopefully,
it will engender a new respect for
the national currency.
Finance Minister Yigal
Hurwitz went on the radio and
television Friday to exhort the
public to "save more" and
"guard the Shekel" which, he
promised, will become a strong
and stable currency. He also
denounced as a "cancer eating
away at the economy. He said the
rate of inflation would play a
major role in accelerating the
decline.
THE NEW tax law will require
a one-time declaration of assets
by all citizens except low to
moderately paid wage-earners.
The deadline for filing the
declarations is May. Persons who
earned less than IL 660.000
during fiscal 1979-80 are exempt,
but all others will have to fill out
detailed forms specifying
whatever income sources they
have, whether cash, real estate,
shares of stock or other securities
or property.
Hurwitz indicated that his
staff will be enlarged by tran-
sferring civil servants from other
departments to make random
examinations of the declarations.
comply on th*
bring stiff fines of up ^"
per month and othw
measures such as btn^T
violator from travelingj^"1
Bank notes presently i
culation will be translawj
Shkalim with no chanw j
appearance. The IL 500 a
become a 50 Shekel note!
continue to bear the pon,
David Ben Gurion, Israel',']
Prime Minister. The IL5q!
will become a five Shekel i
with the portrait of
Weizman, and Theodor
portrait will continue to i
10 Shekel note, previi
100.
The long anticipated II|
Pound note bearing the ]
of Revisionist leader
Jabotinski will be issued i
as a 100 Shekel note. Gafnii
Now Floridians Can Count on Weinsm
Autonomy Talks
In Dead End
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Israeli and Egyptian
working groups concluded three
days of deliberations on
autonomy with no apparent
progress to report. The
negotiators, meeting in Tel Aviv,
made no attempt to deal with
basic issues but devoted their
time to an effort to categorize the
various powers inherent in the
autonomy scheme.
It was announced, meanwhile,
that the chief negotiators of
Israel, Egypt and the U.S. were
to meet in The Hague this week
instead of Lcndon. The London
venue was announced when
l-raeli Interior Minister Yosef
Burg. Prime Minister Mustapha
Khalil and President Carter"s
special Ambassador, Sol
Linowitz. met earlier this month
at Herzliya.
BRITISH SOURCES were
quoted as saying the Israelis
ruled out London as an ex-
pression of displeasure over
Foreign Secretary Lord
Carrington's latest Middle East
initiative. Israeli officials denied
this and said the reasons for the
change were technical. They
confirmed, however, that Israel
refused to go to Paris, which was
also under consideration, because
of the French government's
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 16
irown Presses Mideast Bilateral Treaties
y JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
PA) Defense Secretary
krold Brown advocated
IS. bilateral treaties with
Iddle Eastern countries
lile supporting the long-
Id Carter Administration
listence on a "com-
ehensive settlement"
tween Israel and the
lab states.
Appearing before the House
reign Affairs Committee to
tify the Administration's
(itary assistance programs,
bwn testified that the U.S.
(uld proceed with bilateral
ements in treating the south-
t Asian situation, including
Soviet invasion of
ghanistan and the problems in
[UK OBSERVED, in this
anection, that the process of
Inching agreements is com-
cated by the Arab-Israeli
nflict, but he noted in the
urse of his three hours of
ktimony that the political
luaiion is the basis for the U.S.
pking the use of facilities and
, bases in the Middle East area
Id that the U.S. seeks to keep a
T>w profile" on its military
esence.
taked later by the Jewish
legruphic Agency whether his
views conflicted on the kinds of
agreements, Brown replied that
the "comprehensive settlement"
is "a separate issue" and deals
with the "peace problem" bet-
ween Israel and the Arab states.
"It is in no way to contain Soviet
expansion," Brown said.
Asked about the reported
delivery of 60 Soviet tanks and
other equipment to the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
Lebanon and whether that posed
a threat to U.S. interests, Brown
told the JTA that "it certainly
increases the threat of conflict
and as such poses a threat to U.S.
interests" but he hastened to
add, regarding the reported
delivery, "I've seen the report
but I am not prepared to say it is
so."
THE STATE Department last
week appeared to confirm
without doubt that the PLO has
actually received the Soviet
equipment, but it would not say
whether the terrorist
organization obtained the
weaponry directly from the
Soviet Union or from Syria,
which is equipped with Soviet
weapons. Brown's response may
therefore have been based on
whether the Soviet Union itself
directly transferred the tanks to
the PLO.
In his prepared statement to
the committee, Brown justified
U.S. support for Israel, Egypt,
U.S. Nazis in New Power Drive
"JEW YORK The American
kish Committee is alerting key
m, local government, and
Iternal organizations that the
Itional Socialist Party of
nerica has taken a drastic
parture in its quest for power
planning to infiltrate unions.
izens councils, government
lii law enforcement agencies
Itionwide.
According to Milton EUerin,
hff director of the A JC's Trends
balysis Section, the NSPA,
|der the direction of its new
per, Harold A. Covington, has
arted a new course for activism
Ithe 1980s by shifting activities
bm street corner infiltrations
I order to generate publicity to
jtivism and organizing within
rious organizations."
ELLERIN POINTS out that
shortly after the Jan. 10 arrest of
former NSPA leader Frank
Collins, charged with taking
indecent liberties with children,
Covington, in a report to the
party members, said, "It is time
to stop trying to bring back the
30s and start adapting the
movement for the 80s. We have
always lacked the numbers to
make confrontations meaningful
and I have always doubted the
efficacy of making clowns out of
ourselves in public
"Covingtons recent statement
mark a radical change in NSPA
tactics," EUerin says. "They
have traditionally claimed a
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worldwide attention with their
threatened July.4, 1978, march
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resources, and the United States
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million to Israel does not contain
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showed that while Israel ap-
parently cannot acquire
weaponry from Britain and
France, Jordan can and does.
"While Jordan has begun to turn
to other suppliers, such as the
United Kingdom and France,"
Brown testified, the continued
U.S. financing and training for
Jordan "will maintain important
ties between our two countries.
Jordanian support for com-
prehensive peace initiatives will
be a chief factor in achieving a
lasting peace."
Regarding Saudi Arabia,
Brown said that "Our security
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will be essential to long-lasting
resolution of the issues between
Israel and her Arab neighbors
and whose oil is critical to the
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Brown justified U.S. military
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coming fiscal year will be almost
double that provided Israel,
because Egypt "needs a credible
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confidence it needs to pursue the
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Jewish Civil Service Chapter
The National Jewish Civil
Service Employees is seeking to
form a new chapter in the Palm
Beach area.
All Jewish civil servants
(municipal, county, state or
federal) in the area are urged to
join, whether presently employed
or retired. There are chapters all
over the United States com-
prising some 165,000 members.
Anyone interested may contact
Seymour D. Levinson at 793-
5809.
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|. and Mrs. Morris Anapolsky, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sommers Mr and Mrs H,n^
lirpeople of High Point Federation-UJA Campaign, Rabbi BruceZrsTat "Z?edZke'r
Organizations in the News

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IB'NAIB'RITH WOMEN
Delray Beach Naomi
fcpter will hold its next regular
iting on March 17 at 12:30
at Temple Emeth. Final
_ have been completed for
[two-week deluxe trip to Israel
.larch 11.
HADASSAH
The Boca Raton Aviva
kpter invites winter residents
participate at meetings and
cial events as follows:
larch 11: Annual cake sale on
patio of Boca Raton Com-
nity Center. Bring your baked
bdies by 9 a.m. For in-
flation, contact Mrs. Krengle.
larch l!*!: Monthly Meeting at
ca Ticca Clubhouse 12:30 p.m.
bi.dk Haquclu will be
Hewed
B'he Ben-Gurion, Delray
Bch. eh..pier announces the
t of the "Sages of
ilm" by the Delta Players at
h High School at 2
ti Man!i 9, Those who have
pn them in the past can look
ard i .mother fine per-
nanci lor tickets, contact
pith Hornstone.
Ben-durum will hold its
touhly meeting March 20 at
uple Emeth 12:30. Blossom
oper will present a program of
pic through the ages. Refresh-
Hts.
FUN WITH YIDDISH
This new group meets every
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peth. The community is invited
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TEMPLE BETH EL
e Singles Club announces
* upcoming events: March
19, Picnic/Dixieland Concert;
March 11, general
meeting-dance lesson, and
March 15, game night. For in-
formation on these events, call
Barbara or Eileen.
TEMPLE EMETH
The Singles Club's March
meeting will take place Monday,
March 10, at noon. A program
will be presented by Kate and
Abe Pariser and refreshments
wiU be served during the social
hour. All single men and women
are invited.
Sisterhood is sponsoring a
"Guys and Gals" spring card
party, Sunday, March 9, at 7
p.m. Donation $2.50. A light
snack will be served at Temple
Emeth. Call Temple office for
information.
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Two Sunday T.V. programs
will feature ORT: Sunday, March
9, Channel 5, 8:30 a.m., "Still
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15, Channel 6, 8 p.m. "L'Chaim."
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The Jewish FlnriAianof South County
BIAS to Help Indochinese Refugees
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the United States.
Community Calendar
March 9
South County Jewish Federation Cocktail Party at Logo Delray
Torch Israel Bond Dinner Hadossah. Ben-Gunon "Sages of
Chelm" presented by Delta Players 2 p m. at Deerfield High
School Temple Beth El Brotherhood Breakfast 10 a.m.
Temple Emeth Sisterhood Card Party 7 p. m.
March 10
B'r-'i B'nth Women. Boca Roton Board Meeting 1.30 p.m.
B'nai Torch Board Meeting 7-30 p.m. 'Temple Beth El Concert
8 30 p.m Temple Emeth Singles noon meeting
March 11
B'nai B'nth Women Naomi, Dleray Two week trip to Israel
Hadassah, Aviva Cake Sale at the Boca Raton Community
Center 9 a.m. Temple Beth El Singles Meeting and Dance
Lesson Temple Emeth Brotherhood Meeting 7:30 p.m.
March 12
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Division -
"Pioneers" Luncheon 10:30 a. m. at the home of Joyce Robinson
of Estancia ($125 minimum gift) "Fun with Yiddish" at Temple
Emeth 1 p.m. Hadassah, Aviva Board Meeting 10 a.m.
Workmen's Circle at Temple Emeth 1 p.m
March 13
South County Jewish Federation Rainberry Bay Coffee 8 p.m.
B'nai Torah Community Relations Council Program 8:30 p.m.
Hadassah, Ben-Gurion Board Meeting 10 a. m. "Temple Beth El
Sisterhood Board Meeting 10 a.m.
March 15
Temple Beth El Singles Game Night
March 16
B'nai B'nth Kings Lodge Meeting 9 a.m.
March 17
B'nai B'nth Women Naomi, Delray Meeting 12:30 p.m.
Hadassah, Menochem Begin Meeting Women's American
ORT. Boca East Luncheon at Bernards noon South County
Jewish Federation. Women's Division, PHONE-A-GIFT
March 18
B'nai B'nth Kings Lodge Meeting 7 30 p.m South County
Jewish Federation, Women's Division PHONE-A-GIFT
March 19
B'nai Torah Meeting 8pm "Fun with Yiddish" a' Temple
Emeth 3 p.m. Temple Beth El Singles Picnic Dixieland Concert
Women's American ORT, Region 9:30 a.m. Meeting, 8 p.m.
Membership Tea South County Jewish Federation, Women's
Division PHONE-A-GIFT South County Jewish Federation,
Endowment Fund Dinner at the Bankers Club
March 20
Brandeis University Women, Boca Joy of Arts Day Trip, Board
Mtg Hadassah, Ben-Gunon Meeting 12:30 p.m. at Temple
Emeth Hadassah, Sabra Group Meeting 8 p.m "Temple Beth
El Board Meeting 8p.m. Temple Emeth Meeting 7:30 p.m.
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Division PHONE-A-
GIFT
March 21
South County Jewish Federation, Women's Di
GIFT
PHONE-A-
March 22
B'nai B'nth Women, Boca Art Auction at Temple Beth El 7 p.m.
March 23
B'nai Torah 3 p.m.; AA Show 1 p.m., Men's Club Board Mtg I
p.m. Free Sons of Israel Dinner/Dance at Knights of
Columbus. Boynton Temple Beth El Adult Education 8 p.m
March 24
Deborah Hospital Board Meeting 12:30 p.m Reform Hebrew
Congregation, Delray, Sisterhood Meeting 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT, Boca East Board Meeting 12:30 p.m.
March 25
Deborah Hospital Meeting 12:30 p.m.
March 26
"Fun with Yiddish" at Temple Emeth 3 p.m. Hadassah, Aviva -
Meeting 12:30 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women at FAU
9.30 a.m. Women's American ORT, Delray Meeting 10a.m.
Send your Community Calendar News to: M. Kretsky, South
County Jewish Federation, 3200 N Federation Hwy., Suite 124
Boca Raton FL 33431. NEXT DEADLINE: March 10 for March 21
issue.

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president, stated that these
people are now residing in
communities from coast to coast
and are receiving whatever help
and guidance they require from
Federation and their professional
Jewish family service agencies,
as well as synagogues and in-
dividual sponsors.
HIAS and the cooperating
communities employ the same
expertise and resources in the
resettlement of these refugees,
many of them boat people, as
with Jewish refugees from the
Soviet Union and elsewhere.
With the full approval of the
American Jewish community.
HIAS is committed to the U.S.
Government to assist 6.000
Indochinese refugees this year,
compared with 4.000 in 1979.
"It is simply a matter of
former boat people with long
memories helping today s victims
of political upheaval."' stated
Edwin Shapiro, president of
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HIAS is a beneficiary of the
United Jewish Appeal and
organized Jewish communities of
the country. In 1979. it assisted
more than 30,000 Soviet Jews to
migrate and resettle, the vast
majority in the United States.
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person, an- w_^
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held March 17
through 21. Kupperman
Special telephones are installed
in the conference room of the
South County Jewish Federation
so that 10 women can work as a
unit calling upon women who
have not yet made their
Federation UJA pledges.
Volunteers are need to par-
ticipate in the Phone-AGift
telethon for morning, afternoon
and evening work. Volunteers are
trained to participate and are
urged to call the Federation office
at 368-2737 to offer their services.
Kupperman said. "This year
the women's campaign is much
ahead of last year, and we expect
this years Phone-AGift cam-
paign to be equally successful."
Women's ORT
The public is invited to attend
a membership tea celebrating the
100th year of Women's American
ORT on Wednesday. March 19,
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Sigmund (Gildal Mann. Delray,
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