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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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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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Wewiislh Florid fan
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, April 4, 1980
Frea Shocr*t
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to Arabs Where Israelis Live
curity Council on Mar. 1
and refused to say that the
Administration would not
support another resolution
of a similar nature in Sep-
tember when the matter of
Israeli settlements in the
occupied territories comes
up again.
Vance, appearing alone, again
m Raises $12,000
ian, chair-
e-A-Gift, re-
ays of tele-
rasii'd over
's telethon
"It is grati-
By are to be
who parti-
>n include:
Sue Cole, Toni Berliner, Geri
Glassman, Esther Omansky,
Julie Blumenthal, Margie Baer,
Betty Rothfeld, Diane Rosenthal.
Gertrude Fosner, Ruth Shaw,
Sylvia Lake, Thea Kahn, Faye
Heutlinger, Brenda Singer,
Natalie Kash, J. P. Listick,
Barbara Ellison, Shirley Ensel-
berg. CecUe Levin, Selma Greene.
Viola Pox, Elaine Brenner. Lvnn
Persoff, Helen Perlberg. Phyllis
Lyons, Bernice Srhankerman and
Phyllis Cohen.
accepted full responsibility for
the "foul-up" in communications
that led to U.S. support for the
resolution and its subsequent
repudiation by President Carter.
He insisted that the President's
repudiation two days after the
vote was sufficient and that the
Administration will not present
that repudiation to the Security
VANCE SAID that East
.Jerusalem "is occupied territory"
and that the use of the word
"Palestinian" in reference to
people and territories in the reso-
lution was merely "demo-
graphic" and had been used
before in UN resolutions.
Sun. Frank Church (D.. Idaho),
chairman of the committee,
indicated displeasure at the
absence of Assistant Secretary of
State for Near East and South
Asian Affairs Harold Saunders
and UN Ambassador Donald
\b Henry, who had been invited
by the committee to testify.
He commended Vance, how-
ever, as having been "very-
helpful in clearing the air." But
he said the committee "reserves
its option to call witnesses and
make decisions after receiving
your testimony" and regarding
"any further hearings.-'
VANCE, in a prepared state-
ment to the committee, em-
phasized the approaching
meetings in Washington next
month between Carter and Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat of Egypt and
separately between Carter and
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
of Israel. He reiterated that
"negotiations are necessary for
the purpose of carrying out all
the provisions and principles" of
UN Security Council Resolutions
242 and 338.
However, Vance made it plain
that the intention of the U.S. in
supporting the Mar. 1 Security
Council resolution was to
"signal" the government of
Israel to halt new settlements in
the "occupied territories." He
said that this issue had been dis-
cussed many times" with the
Israelis and that "there are a
number of people in Israel who
believe we should express our
He did not identify them.
Vance said it was "not true" that
the President's repudiation of the
resolution resulted from domestic
political pressure.
Vance was questioned in-
tensely by Sens. Jacob Javits
(R., N.Y.I and Richard Stone (D.,
Fla.l, both of whom urged that
the Administration repudiate the
resolution completely. Javits told
Vance, "As a trained diplomat
and lawyer, you know that every
word in this (resolution) has
meaning. If it is only past policy,
why repeat it? Why not disavow
the whole thing? Why don't we
have a clear break?"
references to Jerusalem and the
occupied territories as Pales-
tinian or Arab territory in the
text of the resolution "has no
meaning at all regarding
sovereignty." Javits replied.
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fade-in- Israel
kshion Show in
more than 80 major cities in the
United States and Canada.
This is the first, premiere
showing of the 1980 Show, and it
is a first as well for South
County, the First Annual South
County Fashion Show and
Luncheon premiering the 1980
Robert Evans, former CBS
correspondent in Moscow, will be
the guest speaker.
Rose Kifkin and Lynn Persoff
are co-chairmen of the South
County Women's Division.
Sherry Endelson, who is the
fashion show chairman, is also in
charge of the models who in-
clude: Judy Altman, Sue Batt,
Sheila Brauer, Penny Byrnes,
Ellen Cohen, Mildred Gaines.
Geri Gundy, Donna Horowitz,
Pearl Jaffee, Tana Kommer, Jane
Saull, Frances Schwarge, and
Jane Sher, as well as Mrs. Endel-
Suzanne Z. Germain is the
reservations chairman, Gert
Newman the decorations chair-
man, and Tana Kommer the pub-
licity chairman.
The show will be staged and
accessoried by Sherry Endelson,
with Jan McArt of the Royal
Palm Dinner Theater as co-
ordinator and commentator.
Further information and restr- Suzanne Z. Germain. 6200 NW
vations may be made by writing -ni Ave., Apt. 217. Boca Raton.
or calling Rose Kifkin or Lynn
:n Reaches $816,000
[South County
president and
Ian, announces
led $816,000.
is up $34,000
|o. We are still
hope to reach
rid of the cam-
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paign. With continued work, I
think that we can reach our goal.
"Our Women's Division has
been fantastic. They raised
$157,000 so far compared to
$98,000 last year. Phyllis Cohen
and Shirley Enselberg, co-chair-
people, deserve great credit, as do
all of the women who worked so
Body-clinging maillots and leg-revealing skirts from Gottex will be shown at the South County
Fashion Show and Luncheon premiering the 1980 fashions from Israel

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The Jewish Floridian ofSoifth County
Friday. April 4
Tickets Still Available
For Israeli Musical Hit
Tickets for the Israeli musical
hit, "Sharti Lach Artzi," ("I
Sang for Thee My Country"),
have been selling briskly.
The musical review will play
South County on Tuesday, April
29. at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
El, sponsored by the Community
Relations Council of the Jewish
Federation as a community
The show presents in song and
drama the story of the Jewish
settling of the land of Israel from
1850 to the present. It includes 22
of the most popular songs written
and sung in Eretz Yisrael from
the mid-nineteenth century on,
and is woven together by anec-
dote and dramatization.
The cast includes four Israeli
television and stage stars in-
cluding Dan Almager, creator of
over 100 plays and reviews, and
Yoel Lerner, singer and dramatic
artist. Tickets are available at the
South County Jewish Federation
office. 3200 N. Federal Hwy.,
Suite 124, Boca Raton.
Historical plaque: This sign announcing the Israel Embassy in
Cairo was unveiled on Feb. 18 with the official inauguration of
the Embassy.
Deny Weizman in Secret Talks
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Defense Minist-v
has denied reports that Defense Minister Ezer Wei/.mun
made a three-day secret visit to South Africa last weekend
to discuss "security matters." The reports, based on one
which first appeared in Maariv, claimed that Weizman
was sent to South Africa by Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, and only a few Cabinet ministers knew about it.
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[April 4,1960
tapitol Hill Inquiry
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
U.S. Vote Gets Congressional Scrutiny
[Continued from Page 1
}s not satisfactory." He
"It only spells more
in days ahead because it
esolution) is unnecessary
Lises suspicions. You leave
choice. We hope you will
er this. Let's clean the
Give us a chance to forget
s pointed out that the
|tion is not solely "recom-
fctory" and "not binding"
net' had testified. He noted
the resolution calls for the
ommission to report back to
ecurity Council in Septem-
whether Israel has indeed
kniIn! the settlements in
Jerusalem and elsewhere as
nilut inn states.
asked whether "We will
lit if it becomes binding in
briber." He also asked if
11 the resolution could be
ng in September.
Ik response. "It would
(id on what will be put before
IN in September," he said.
cknowledged that "I did not
|Bge some items" regarding
Settlements that the Carter
list rat ion did approve.
his voice rising, said,
be right back in the soup
communications and
In Paul Sarbanes (D.. Md.)
kl it East .Jerusalem is oc-
lerritory, to which Vance
fed, Yes." Sarbanes asked,
is the position of our
Irnnient?" Vance nodded
natively. Sarbanes asked.
Mm believe that Jews can
Ion the West Bank?" Vance
led 'Thai is to Ih' negotiated
in the parties. I hope they
b;u e ii chance t * told Sarbanes that he could
kpeak lor the President on the
|t i"ii "I whether he had read
olut ion before the vote was
li. but declared. "1 certainly
1 read it.
ONE ASKED why the U.S.
oi present the U.S.
Bon, including the Presi-
statement, to the Security
Kil. Vance said it could be
Then why not do it?"
|e pressed. Vance replied that
President speaks to the
le world, including the
pity Council."
n. Joseph Biden (D., Del.)
Bred that Begin "seriously
ferestimates the resentment of
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the American people over new
settlements" and "the Begin
government is dead wrong in
establishing new settlements."
But, he pointed out, "Israel is in
the U.S. security interest" and
Israel, "free, strong and un-
intimidated is a strategic asset of
the U.S." He asked Vance "What
is Israel's role in our security
position regarding the Persian
Gulf" oilfields?
Vance replied, "We have not
changed our policy. Israel has a
very important strategic role in
the area and it is in our national
interest." He added, "The role
Israel has to play is as a force for
stability" and that "progress in
the West Bank and Gaza nego-
tiations will help produce greater
stability." However, Vance
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concessions in the interest of
stability in the Middle East.
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Church if he was expressing the
view of the President, the Sec-
retary of State replied, "Yes,
indeed." When asked by Church
if the views of others in the State
Department are reflected in that
policy, Vance replied, "The policy
of this Administration is what I
have just said speaking for
myself." Later he said his subor-
dinates supported his policy.
In opening the Senate hearing,
Church pointed out that he is
"baffled." by the "two sets of
documents" that are "clearly
inconsistent." He said the March
1 Security Council resolution is
inconsistent with the text of the
Camp David accords as well as
with Security Council Reso-
lutions 242 and 338 "which to-
gether have represented the very
cornerstone of United States
policy in the Middle East."

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Passover and Freedom
There are few Jews, even those with little or no
religious beliefs, who do not mark Passover in some
One reason is that Passover has become the one
holiday when Jews get together with their families.
It is a holiday when children play a central role, such
as asking the Four Questions at the Seder. In fact,
the purpose of the Seder is to pass on the Jewish
experience to the younger generations.
But perhaps Passover has become so important
because it marks the birth of the Jewish nation. This
has taken on added meaning with the creation of
Passover reminds Jews of the importance of
freedom. The symbols used at the Seder and the
Haggadah itself tell Jews that once we were slaves in
Egypt, and we are enjoined to keep reminding our
children of this, because those who were once slaves
will value freedom even more.
For American Jews, it means guarding our
liberties in the United States and striving to ensure
the survival of democracy here and abroad. It means
guaranteeing that Israel will survive as a free and
prosperous and secure Jewish State that will fulfill
the Biblical commandment of being a light unto the
The Horror Spreads
With our attention riveted on the Middle East
and domestic American politics, we seem all too often
1 to forget what is occurring in Latin America and
what impact events there must inevitably have on
One such example is the growing sickness in the
Argentine social order as exemplified by our Page
One report which tells the story of two survivors who
escaped from secret detention camps in Argentina
where they estimate that hundreds of people have
been systematically tortured and killed since 1976.
Our report reminds us that Jewish prisoners are
singled out for especially harsh treatment. Declares
the report.
The methods are chilling reminders of the
Hitlerian nightmare brought to the western hemi-
sphere. "Transfer" is, of course, a code word for
murder, which the Nazis made a favorite part of their
It seems to us that we can not, just from time to
time, become exorcised by a single, glamorous case
such as was Jacobo Timerman's, the Argentinian
Jewish newspaperman ultimately permitted to leave
for Israel. We must show a continuing interest in the
new Latin horror before it takes many more lives
before it spreads to our own midst.
Another Score for Sadat
President Sadat's invitation to the Shah of Iran
to come and live in Egypt now places him tall in the
saddle of Middle Eastern affairs, whether for good or
One thing for sure, it strengthens his nego-
tiating position with Israel and therefore can be cal-
culated to stiffen the backs of the State Depart-
ment's already tough anti-Israel stance so far as the
Palestinians are concerned.
We should make no mistake: Sadat has no more
love for the Palestinians than do the Israelis, but he
is using them to the limit to recapture his ascendant
role over the other Arab nations, which he lost in his
peace-making process with Israel.
Nor should we make the mistake that it is a
peace-making process. What Sadat is doing is merely
recapturing the Sinai without firing a shot. After
that, the deluge.
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Hill Airing Was a Disaster
I WAS horrified at my first
inkling that Congress would be
pressing for an investigation into
the now infamous McHenry vote
at the United Nations on the
resolution condemning Israeli
Then was. it should have been
dear from the beginning to those
who hatched up this scenario.
absolutely nothing that could be
gained from it. On the other,
hand, there was the ever-present
danger that the administration
would use the investigation as a
platform on which to spout its
justification for the vote except,
of course, for the Jerusalem
AND THAT is precisely what
It is here, we are meant to
believe, that the Carter Vance -
McHenry "sorry, wrong num-
ber" was dialed. What pure
bunk! The President says
nothing more than that he would
have instructed McHenry to
oppose the UN resolution if only
he knew of all of those Jerusalem
provisions in it.
Beyond that, what do we know
about Carter on Jerusalem
anyway? Absolutely nothing
other than that his instructions
to McHenry, we are meant to
believe, would be predicated on
his interpretation of the
resolution as being contrary to
the ("amp David accords.
This ambiguity apart, which
American Jewish voters had best
think about long and hard, the
congressional investigation did
turn out as precisely I feared. We
don't really know just what
Carter gave instructions to vote
for or against What we do know
about is administration im-
periousness and irritation at
being questioned.
THE TAPED exchange, for
example, between Cyrus Vance
and Sen. Kichard Stone was even
worse than I anticipated. The
tapes show an arrogant,
Vance's part, a determinatiJ
do the UN vote all over an!]
hat McHenry can vote thesJ
way again, this time
presidential apology.
No one else fared any I
the Senate, including ther.
Republican member of tht;
Foreign Relations Con
Jacob Javits of New York.
Continued on Page 13-
- ..... ,
Pull Up in Front of My House
Editor's Note: The following article was read by Haa
Rubin at the recent Federation UJA Pioneers Luncheon
response to numerous requests "The Floridian" is reprinting fr"
This editorial appeared in the Colorado Springs Gazettti
Telegraph. It was written by William Aiken. Mr. Aiken is noti!
Jew, even as the Gazette Telegraph is not a Jewish orgaDj.1
zation or journal. It was Mr. Aiken's comment on slogans whicH
appeared during the recent flurry of Nazi scrawlings ool
synagogues and other public buildings.
"Jews Go Home" Well, now, this is nothing new. Neajl
in the past have you even taken this gentle suggestion to mem I
on. But heaven forbid, suppose just this once, you thought th* 1
expressibn of a few sick people actually expressed the convictioi
of all the people in this wonderful land of ours, and all of yon 1
started to pack your bags and leave for parts unkown.
Just before you leave, would you do me a favor? Wouldyoo'
leave your formula for the Salk Vaccine with me before you I
leave? You wouldn't be so heartless as to let my children contact'
polio? And would you please leave your knack forgovernment!
and politics and persuasion and literature and good food and fun
and love and all those things, would you please leave me with J
the secret of your desire to succeed and please have pity on us.
please show us the secret of how to develop geniuses such as |
Kinstein and Sleinmetz and oh. so many others who have helped '
us all, after all. we owe you most of the A-Bomb. most of out!
rocket research and perhaps the fact that we live today, instead \
of looking up from the chains and from our graves to see an
aging, happy Hitler drive slowly by in one of our Cadillacs.
On your way out, Jews, will you do me just one more favor?
Will you please drive bv my house and pick me up, ton'' I'm just
nol ^ure 1 could live too well in a land where you weren't around
to gi\ e as much as you have given us. If you ever have to leave,
lo\ e goes with you. democracy goes with you, everything 1 and
my buddies fought for in WAV. II goes with you; God goes with
you. Just pull up in front of my house, slow down and honk.
because so help me. I m going with you, too.
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ApriU, 1980
Sharply Divided Vote
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 5
Move to Make Jewish Settlements in Hebron
pending for
A sharply divided
jint't voted 8-6 with
Le abstentions to
Eblish religious in-
flations in two Jewish-
n,.,l buildings in the
of the West Bank
I, town of Hebron. The
MSion, which had been
more than a
month and repeatedly
postponed by the Cabinet,
was taken at the urging of
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin who argued that it
was delayed long enough.
Begin rejected appeals by some
nt his colleagues to hold off until
after his meeting with President
Carter in Washington in Mid-
Aoril. His insistence was seen as
vVith the t l
i Vviva Chapter (Hoca
Bnl will hold its donor lunch
22 ;it Hoca I.ago. For in-
nation. contact Mrs. S. Weg.
In April 23. Aviva will hold its
kthly meeting at the Boca
ra Clubhouse. 12:30 p.m.
he April meeting of the
ties Group will take place on
nday, April 14, at noon at
pple F.meth. Guest speaker:
Jack Gold, psychotherapist
hypnotist. Subject: "How to
\>ui Stress." All mature single
and women welcome.
eshments served during the
al hour.
!h<' Boca East Chapter invites
|sts to the ORT Centennial
ktail party at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Robert Gesoff in Boca
Ion. Sunday, April 13, ffrom 5-
p.m. Admission: Bring one
H Dl new member and escort,
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HI 8.
)n April
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will be shown on
The Defray Beach Chapter has
a new meeting place: Temple
Emeth at 12:30, April 23.
Program: a book review A
Woman of Independent Means,
given by Hannah Turner.
ORT is now ending its 100th
year. The group is publishing a
Centennial Journal to which it
welcomes ads, complimentary
sayings, etc. Call Sylvia
Ben-Gurion Chapter an-
nounces April 15 is the date for
its Donor Luncheon at
Challenger, Lake Worth. Billie
Heyman will present a portrait of
Lillian Hellman. Donor
chairmen: Henrietta Kornblum
and Pearl Glassberg.
April 17, Ben-Gurion is
planning a program for the
monthly meeting at Temple
Emeth, 12:30 p.m. Refreshments.
Reservations are now being
taken for the second New Orleans
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u deliberate rebuff to the U.S. for
having supported the Security
Council's Mar. 1 resolution
calling for the dismantling of
Jewish settlements in the oc-
cupied territories. Carter sub-
sequently disavowed the
American vote.
THE NARROW majority in
voting, which came after four
hours of debate, reflected the
growing rift over the Hebron
issue between Begin's Herut
Party and its coalition partners.
Before the session began. Deputy
Prime Minister Yigael Yadin of
the Democratic Movement
served notice on Begin that he
would appeal against any
decision to move .lews into
Hebron to the Knesset's Foreign
\ I lairs and Securil y Committee
Deputy Prime Minister Simcha
Ehrlich, leader Of Likud's Liberal
Party wing, opposed the decision
and said lie would have to
reconsider" remaining in the
Cabinet. The National Religious
Party also indicated serious
reservations. Education Minister
Zevulun Hammer supported the
decision but said he did so
Religious Affairs Minister
Aharon Abu-llatzeira called it a
bad decision" and abstained.
Interior Minister Yosef Burg,
who heads the Israeli negotiating
team in the autonomy talks, did
not attend the Cabinet meeting
because he was to greet U.S.
special Ambassador Sol Linowitz
at Ben Guf ion Airport.
ALL HERUT ministers voted
for the move except Defense
Minister Ezer Weizman who cast
a negative vote. The usually
outspoken Weizman had no
comment, saying he did not want
his remarks to the Cabinet leaked
to the press. Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir voted af-
liimalively but without com-
The decision was hotly
delended by Housing Minister
David I-evy of Herut and sharply
denounced by Justice Minister
Shmuel Tamir of the DM. Levy
stressed that the Cabinet had
voted unanimously last month
with one abstention, by Yadin
to declare in principle that Jews
have a right to live in Hebron
The decision, he said, was simply
implementing the earlier one.
' llerut's representatives are in
the government in order to
implement the party's platform"
Levy said.
Tamil warned that the decision
will lead to international com-
plications. "This will not con-
tribute anything to security, it
has no political value, and it does
not strengthen the State of
Israel." he said. "It could have
been the right step had it been
taken immediately in 1967 (when
Israel conquered the West Bank)
but now the timing is wrong,"
Tamir asserted.
THE CABINET decision falls
short of meeting the demands of
nationalist and religious
militants who have demanded
that Jewish families be settled in
I lebroq immediately, in buildings
tiiat were abandoned by Jews
who fled that town during the
Arab uprising in 1929.
Only two buildings are in-
volved, the old Hadassah
building which has been occupied
lor the past few months by
women from the Gush Emunim
stronghold of Kiryat Arba
Adjacent to Hebron, and the
Avraham Avinu Synagogue.
Both are close to the Patriarchs
Tomb, a shrine holy to Moslems
and Jews.
According to the plan drafted
by Levy, the Hadassah building
will be occupied by a school
devoted to Jewish studies and
ilu- synagogue and surrounding
area will become a branch of the
Header Yeshiva of Kiryat Arba
whose students combine religious
studies with military iraining.
Moth buildings will be renovated
ami expanded to provide housing
for -tudenis and staff.
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Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir
has warned the West European
countries that they could not
profess friendship for Israel and
at the same time express support
for the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the creation of
a Palestinian state.
In his first speech in the
set since he became Foreign
Minister. Shamir spoke in reply
to tour agenda motions which
expressed concern over recent
statements by West European
governments, particularly West
Germany and France, and
Austria's extension of
recognition to a PLO official in
SHAMIR SAID that these
countries which considered
themselves friendly toward Israel
were about to join the choir
against Israel and aid those who
want to end Israel's existence.
"Europe should reexamine its
policies and realize that such
statements endanger peace." he
said. He urged the Europeans to
support the Camp David accords
and to assist moderate forces ih
the Middle East-
According to Shamir,
European support for the
Palestinian cause was linked to
Arab oil. He said that Israel had
to improve its information
campaign abroad to convince the
world to support the
peacemaking process and reject
such groups as the PLO which
want to destroy the Camp David
accords. He praised the efforts of
Jewish communities in West
Europe in that connection.
Last Sunday in London
representatives of the largest
Jewish communities of West
Europe held a meeting in which
they appealed to their govern-
ments and to the Pi
Economic Community -
interfere in the Arab-Isr*?
process and expressed
concern at the growing ,
for the PLO. ^ '
Minister Abba Eban of
opposition Labor Party
accused the West Euioo
nations of "prejudicing the r
process" and "preferrinE
own particular interestsV!
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Friday. April 4, 1980
The Jewish FUMdianofSouth County
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On this Passover 5740/1980
as we gather in celebration....
Arthur Sz\ k
... thousands of our fellow Jews
are denied their birthright in the Soviet Union,
are threatened with extinction in Ethiopia,
drop out of sight in Argentina.
Let us pray work give
for their freedom and deliverance.
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Democrats Furious
Platform-Makers Deplore UN Vote
(JTA) The Democratic
Party's platform advisory
committee on Israel and the
Middle East said it was
"outraged" by the United
States vote for the anti-Is-
rael resolution adopted by
the United Nations Se-
curity Council Mar. 1 and
said it should have been
The advisory committee report
was given to the 1980 Democratic
National Convention Platform
Committee gathering testimony
here. The committee will meet
Apr. 10 in Baltimore to review
the foreign policy testimony
which may include statements
from other elements within the
Party on the Middle East.
all moves to isolate Israel in the
international arena; to suspend
her from the United Nations and
its constituent organizations;
and to equate Zionism with
racism," the advisory com-
mittee's 12-page statement said.
"In this regard we express our
outrage at the recent U.S. vote in
the Security Council of the UN
which condemned Israel. We
reject this resolution in its en-
tirety. It should have been vetoed
by the United States."
The advisory committee urged
placing in the 1980 platform the
1976 platform plank which said
"we recognize and support the
established status of Jerusalem
as the capital of Israel with free
access to all its holy places
provided to all faiths. As a sym-
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said: "The U.S. must follow the
letter and spirit of the Camp
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from imposing its views on issues
such as the Israeli settlements,
which are solely within the juris-
diction of Israel and Egypt."
is essential to maintain the
present military balance in the
region" and "we have the
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adequate supply of oil" and the
"Kgyptians must b^ assured"
that "peace with Israel will bring
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The Jewish Floridian nf Smith County k
Page 9
irter to Meet Begin, Sadat Separately
The White House
Inced that President
will meet separately
President Anwar
of Egypt and Prime
Menachem Begin
,ael in Washington
nonth, but the "exact
are undecided."
dential Press Secretary
Powell, who made the
[icement, said, "The
. is to review the progress
Ice of the autonomy nego-
for the West Bank and
The negotiations are being
ted in accordance with the
bns of the Camp David
signed by all three
[on September 17, 1978."
|h()RT time later, at a
briefing, Powell an-
that special Ambas-
jol Linowitz, President
j envoy to the autonomy
pould be on his way within
Egypt and Israel to meet
. leaders of those coun-
1 then go to Alexandria to
....' plenary session of the
ny negotiations. The last
| session was held in The
Ion Feb. 28 and 29.
t\\ said, "The purpose of
will be to pursue the
ktions and, of course, to
rpose has now been added
preparations for the
of Carter with Sadat
Begin in April. Asked
Ir the President is averse
|mmit meeting of all three
and why they will be
pg separately, Powell
i reason for these meetings
all of the parties to the
bavid accords felt that the
jas appropriate, given the
am-e of the issues under
Ition and the May 26 goal,
br the architects of the
[David accords to discuss
pgress made to date and
means to move forward.
the judgment of those
that this would be best
ilished under the format I
|SSKI) repeatedly as to
progress in the
ny talks has come to a
M that the May 26 goal
)t be reached, the White
spokesman pointed out
[These are meetings in
ft of the ongoing
ions" and that it is "a
ht situation than what we
In the summer of 1978"
[ then was no framework
bussions, very little agree-
i any issues and no peace"
|n Egypt and Israel.
suggested to reporters
|)<\v should not lean in the
&n that the upcoming
gs are a "process" toward
it meeting involving the
ders. "These meetings
11 replace the negotiating
but to support the
! process," he said.
also insisted that the
p date is a "goal," not "a
"e But, he said, "every
Ml be made to indeed meet
pal and that is the clear
i those concerned." Earlier
in the week, Begin and Foreign
Minister Yitzhak Shamir of
Israel both made similar state-
ments. Begin said that May 26
"is not a so-called deadline or
ultimate date." Shamir also
stated that May 26 is merely a
desired date.
POWELL emphasized several
times that the talks have not
been deadlocked. Asked if they
were stalled, he said, "No, I
wont agree with that charac-
He said the talks in Washing-
ton "are not related" to the
United Nations Security Coun
cil's anti-Israel resolution of Mar
1 which the U.S. supported and
which Carter later repudiated.
Powell said the meetings have
been under discussion "at least a
couple of weeks" but the invi-
tations were "formally" extended
Mar. 19 by Carter who spoke to
Sadat and Begin.
Asked if the visits to Washing-
ton by the Israeli and Egyptian
leaders might overlap, Powell
said, "No, that is not the scenario
at all." He said he did not know
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WHEN IT was pointed out
that his announcement of the
meeting referred to the West
Bank and Gaza Strip but did not
mention the issue of Jerusalem
which had figured prominently in
the Security Council's Mar. 1
resolution, Powell said,
"Jerusalem is not part of the
autonomy talks except only in a
potential way, regarding the
status of the residents of East
Jerusalem with respect to voting
on the self-governing authority."
At that point, one of Powell's
aides intervened to say that
"Jerusalem is not part of the
Camp David accords as such."
Powell had mentioned earlier that
the issues involved in the
autonomy negotiations could be
broken down into "two general
One is "how the self-governing
authority will be selected or
elected" and the other is "the
power, authority and respon-
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The Jewish Fthridian of South County
atin Terrorism browing
Argentina's 'Disappearances'
Becoming a Hitlerian Nightmare
NEW YORK Amnesty
International published an
eyewitness report by two sur-
vivors who escaped from secret
detention camps in Argentina
where they estimate that hun-
dred-- of people have been
systematically tortured and
killed since 1976.
The two men. Oscar Alfredo
Gonzalez and Horacio Cid de la
Paz. spent 15 months in the
camps after being abducted
within two weeks of each other in
November, 1977 in Buenos Aires.
They were held in five camps
between them and provide details
on hundreds of prisoners most
of them now believed to be dead.
Their account and its ac-
companying lists of dead and
missing prisoners throw new
light on the possible fate of the
thousands of Argentinian
citizens who have "disappeared"
over the past three years. A
delegation of the Organization of
American States visited
Argentina in September, 1979 to
conduct on-the-spot in-
vestigations into the disap-
pearances that local human
rights groups sav now total more
than 15,000. The OAS findings
have not yet been made public.
AMNESTY International
decided to publish the testimony
of the two men after months of
checking their account against its
own records of people who have
disappeared" and the
statements of former prisoners.
The organization also consulted
well-informed sources in
Argentina and has been able to
corroborate many of the details
given by the two men.
Moth came to Amnesty
International with their unique
testimony after the organization
issued a list in 1979 of 2,665
people known to have "disap-
peared" in Argentina since the
coup that brought Gen. Jorge
Videla to power in March, 1976.
They testify to a constant
pattern supervised in meticulous
detail by various branches of
Argentina's military and police
forces. Torture and interrogation
were systematic, followed by a
period of what they call "con-
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centration camp" life with
regular punishments and
beatings, and finally, tor most
prisoners, transfer" the
euphemism for death. Most dl the
victims had been taken from their
homes or places of work without
any semblance of legality by
armed segments of the security
forces, usually in civilian
GONZALEZ, a 27-year-old
factory worker when he was
kidnapped, had been active
politically in a union. His wife,
who he says had not taken part in
politics, was abducted a month
later. He has heard nothing of her
since January, 1978. De la Paz.
who was 20 when he was kid-
napped, was a student leader and
a member of the Montonero wing
of the Feronist movement.
They estimate that 800 people
passed through the camps they
were in during their 15 months in
captivity, and they provide
details on more than 300 of them.
Gonzalez and de la Paz regard
themselves as lucky to have
stayed alive until they found a
chance to escape. "We managed
to delay our 'transfer' by
submission, adopting an attitude
of pretence." they say. "We did
cleaning, painting, worked as
bricklayers, cooks, mechanics
and even did office work."
Both men. like many others,
were taken to Club Atletico in
Buenos Aires when they were
first seized. This building, since
demolished, served as an initial
depot for prisoners. There, they
aa their first "operating
theatres," as the torture rooms
called. Club Atletico had
three, each furnished with a
i (electric cattle prod) and
metal table, to which the
prisoners were bound naked.
The smell of burnt flesh, blood,
perspiration and excrement,
added to the fact that there was
no ventilation, made the air
heavy and impossible to
breathe." they report.
tier learned, was essentially the
me for all prisoners: "For the
first hour, they would apply the
picana to us, without asking any
questions. The purpose of this
was, as they put it, to soften you
up. and so that we'll understand
one another' They applied it
to the head, armpits, sexual
anus, groin, mouth and
sensitive parts of the
ar, ,
fubmurinu (holding"-
feet, hit us on.the sex J
beat us with chains 2
our wounds and use'V
method that Ccu
them Thev would
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Everything was done 1
supervision of a docto
checked our l,|()0(] *
In at least one case t,
an officer told them of a who was tortured to faF
hours of his abduction,
Continued on following,
all the
According to the two men,
torture could go on for hours, day
after day: "Between session of
the oicana, thev would use the
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Thm.Jtwimk Flnridian of South County
atm Terrorism on Rise
itinued from preceding page
rs were received from
that he was to be
Club Atletico, newcomers
kept at first in a common
called the "lion's den,"
kuse that was where they
.lamed." They v.ere later
oved to tiny cells where they
shackled, with tight cloth
Idfolds over their eyes. At
they suffered infections
\ the (iirty cloth, which made
m eyes swell. They were
Liil.n to talk or touch the
Idfold*. ar|d could be .beaten
Enscious if a Kuard even saw
hi move their hands.
[cCORDING to the two
testimony, Club Atletico
i run by the Federal Police, by
kk forces" containing men
ti all the armed service* used
lonzalez and de la Pa/, were
from tamp to camp.
g under the jurisdiction of
from the various services.
the camps they name is
mpo, next to government
bes in western Buenos Aires.
[nestj International has
rnt'd that in September. 1979,
physical installations they
bribed were still there, though
prisoners were seen at that
)l the people desribed in the
kirt by (ion/ale/, and de la Paz
Jhaunc been kidnapped and
lured, some had been
kail} active, others were
k related t<> political suspects.
I tin re was no apparent reason
(the abduction of some. Others
taken lor the purpose of
hi ii hi
Till-: ARMY. Navy, Air Force
Federall Police all had men
tin task forces," which did
kidnapping and operated in
camps. (ienerals, colonels and
|er high-ranking officers were
ingthose whom (ion/ale/.and
Li Paz saj i hey saw at the
up I in- task forces" had to
mthoritj from higher up to
n> nut abductions, and they
lorted methodically on their
llini? ol prisoners.
hen a kidna|)ping was ap-
Ived, police and other security
Vices would reportedly
urender" an area of several
blocks to let the abduction
[lad operate.
VICTIMS' property was
dernl. title deeds were
feed sii that homes could be
prisoners were forced to
bills of sale for their cars.
in^s accounts were emptied,
pliture and anything else of
was looted, loaded onto
^ies kept for that purpose.
I he authorized plunder was
parent ly a major incentive for
"task force" officers. It was
tributed according to rank,
caused much squabbling.
commissioned officers
plained bitterly about the
are taken by superior officers.
Jewish prisoners were singled
lor especially harsh treat-
pnt During torture they were
arrogated not only about their
tical ideas, but also about the
wish community in Argentina.
es and addresses of Jews.
Bgrams of synagogues, clubs
business premises owned by
ws were diligently collected.
from the moment they were
snapped until they were un-
tied in a transfer' they (Jewsl
ere systematically tortured,"
authors say. "Some of them
e made to kneel in front of
ctures of Hitler and Mussolini,
'renounce their origins ..."
Lfhe report quotes a police
l"cer nicknamed Padre: "In
W. some people are mercenaries
others aren't; but we're all
[Prisoners were usually
transferred" in groups of 30 to
It klard8 tried to Prevent those
P behind from hearing certain
of their final instructions to those
lined up for the "transfer," but
they were eventually overheard
telling such a group that they
would be given injections of a
"tranquilizer" because they faced
a long and difficult journey. The
groups were loaded into lorries
and never seen again. Shackled
and blindfolded, they were
generally not allowed to take
extra clothing with them. "Many
comrades were 'transferred' in
just their underwear, in the
middle of winter."
IN SOME cases, personal
belongings which prisoners had
been seen to take with them, or
identification papers for
prisoners who had been "tran-
sferred," were found to be still at
the camp. A legless prisoner
named Eduardo was one of those
transferred, taken out in his
wheelchair. "Two days later, we
saw Eduardo's chair discarded in
a corner of the parking lot."
One prisoner told Gonzalez and
de la Paz that he had discovered
in his previous camp that
"transferred" prisoners had been
given injections of a powerful
sedative, then taken by lorry and
loaded into an aircraft, "from
which they were thrown into the
' sea, alive but unconscious."
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TheJewLnh Flnrviinn of South County
y. April,
Soap Opera Star Judith Light Active in Jewish Causes
""' ~ Ur.....lunv with l.iv Ullman in A
Judith Light, who is "Karen
Wolek" to millions of viewers of
the daytime television serial. One
Life to Live, will soon give some
of her fans a chance to meet her.
In a personal appearance
organized by Daytime TV
Magazine, where Judith Light
has been named Best Daytime
Actress for three consecutive
months by a reader poll, she'll be
on hand to meet delegates to the
ACIDA Conference on Friday at
the Diplomat Hotel in
ACIDA STANDS for Atlantic
Coast Independent Distributors
Association, and there will be
nearly l.X(X) publishers, editors
and distributors of newspapers,
magazines and periodicals at-
Judith Light has been on the
show tor just over two years and
quickly got tin- attention of the
viewers in Karen Wolek'a role as
the woman who had been black-
mailed into being a call girl while
masquerading as the respect anie
wife of a prominent doctor.
HER TRIAL scenes brought
an unexpected flood of mail into
the offices of Daytime TV
Magazine a surprising out-
pouring of sympathy from the
audience. The reader poll during
these years has had her among
the top ten actresses four times
before and now she's Number
One again.
Judith Light's role in daytime
television was the first for this
actress who had plaved on
Broadway with Liv Ullman in A
Doll's House and in Our Town
and Measure for Measure. Before
that, she did four and a-half years
of repertory with groups in New
York. Milwaukee. Seattle and
Toronto, following some USO
tours in Germany.
Off the set of One Life to Lire.
Judith Light gives her time and
effort to the fight against world
hunger by serving on the board of
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raising the mt
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She is active in our J
philanthropies, as well.
Camp Shalom
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As we
celebrate Passover
in commemoration of
the ancient Israelis' return to
their homeland from bondage,
let us pray for the
safe return to their homelands
of all people held captive
in foreign lands
anywhere in the world
Morris N. Broad
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U. April 4. 1960
The Jewish Floridian of South County .
Page 13
o Mimllin
Hill Airing Was a Disaster
Continued from Page 4
the House's own "inves-
|tk>n," Vance was just as
tile, just as adamant, just as
and threatening.
Ih, point has been made
gore; on this issue, President
ter is a consummate politician
rich, in these days, is to say
It he is downright dishonest.
Lc ai the hearings said one
lng, which for propaganda
Eposes he interpreted as "pro-
lael" where, in fact, what he
E- saying spells the murder of
tad's nationhood.
4EANWHILE, back at the
anut farm in the White House,
er was reconfirming the U.S.
nmitment to Israel in lovely
iinterpoint to Vance's death
pws. In the end, the President
fieves he has had it both ways.
Sharon is, of course,
m. Speaking in New York the
her week, he attacked the
nerican Jewish community for
i almost indifferent reaction to
Carter Vance McHenry
Iplecross. American Jews are
clang in droves to the primary
lls to vote for Carter as "the
Bn who can be trusted,"
though only Heaven knows on
pat ground.
Iv own view of all of this is
ut a second Carter presidency,
time unfettered by his need
pretend to the Jewish com-
unity, would be an unmitigated
M-tn Vance would be replaced
Kuth Stapleton once Carter's
tin. Rosaiynn would be surefire
Ice President) no more cos-
ine-, needed to hide Walter
indale's consignment to the
puie House basement.
I WHAT I fear most is the
bvitabilily of the Palestinian
|cendancy spurred by our U.S.
ends in Kurope whose friend-
pip lor us is most recently
pderscored by their reaction to
proposed Olympic boycott:
ell no. we're gonna go," except
at when Russian troops come
lurching down the Champs
|ysees (tra-la, tra-la) the chant
surely change: "M'aidez,
fear it because the rest of
Imerica is weary of the Israel-
Irali struggle. Morals and ideals
re too burdensome, and too
kany see it as the reason for our
wry crisis as if it were
bsUned that, Israel or no Israel,
he Arabs would not otherwise
ave come to their senses about
ling a priceless commodity
"ch as oil so cheaply to us as
And so, too many are anxious
pow to tell the Israelis to get lost,
1 that the struggle can be ended
and, in their way of thinking,
e energy crisis, too. That's
there Europe's going. Why not
WE MUST be wary of this. If
parter and Vance can play
Gallagher and Sheehan on
Capitol Hill, so ought we to a
*orld weary of the war of words
M (earful of yet another war of
We must continue the words.
\e must not give up the debate.
[<>n the Palestinian issue, we
might quote, say, Rafik Natasha,
the IM.O representative in Saudi
>rabia, in an interview with AI
hd on November 15, 1979:
The best solution (to the Israel-
\rai, struggle), in our opinion, is
he return of the aliens to their
""nines: The Palestinian living
ps an alien far from his homeland
">ust return to it. and the alien
ew who has been brought from
ver the world must return to
Qadaffi has the same viewpoint,
except that he proposes at what
date the cutoff point be made for
alien and non-alien Jew: 1948.
Qaddafi is prepared to declare as
null and void the UN Palestine
partition itself.
OR HOW about Sami al-Atari,
secretary of the PLO Central
Committee, who declared on
March 7. 1978 at Al-Kabas in
Kuwait: "Self-determination for
the Palestinian people is identical
with the destruction of Israel."
And take Ibrahim Sousse,
PLO representative in Paris, in a
radio interview there on Septem-
ber 5. 1978: ". the PLO will
recognize and accept the estab-
lishment of a Palestinian state on
the West Bank and in Gaza as
one of the stages toward an inde-
pendent state inatf of Palestine."
Listen to this one: Yasir
Arafat, quoted by the Associated
Press in Beirut on March 12,
1979: "Our people will continue
to fuel the torch of the revolution
with rivers of blood until -ne
whole of the occupied homeland
is liberated not just a part."
Or Farouk Kaddoumi, political
chief of the PLO, as reported by
West German TV: "The PLO will
never recognize Israel, even if
Israel recognizes the PLO."
THESE ARE the "moderate"
PLO leaders we are meant to take
to our bosoms. When Jews con-
template voting for Kuth Staple-
ton and Rosaiynn again, let them
contemplate especially these
articles from the Palestine
National Covenant (Con-
Art. 19: "The partition of
Palestine in 1947 and the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel is
fundamentally null and void."
Art. 20: "Judaism in its
character as a religion of
revelation is not a nationality
with an independent existence.
Likewise the Jews are not one
people with an independent
Art. 21: "The Palestinian
Arab people rejects every
solution that is a substitute for a
complete liberation of Palestine."
Art. 22: Zionism is a racist
and fanatical movement in its
formation: aggressive, expan-
sionist and colonialist in its aims;
fascist and Nazi in its means .
and a jumping off point for
imperialism in the heart of Arab
rounding the U.S. vote at the UN
and President Carter's role in
them are all the more horrifying
considered in these terms. For
the PLO is where he's gonna go,
if Vance and McHenry and
Stapleton and Rosaiynn have
anything to say about it.
National Security Adviser
Zbigniew Brzezinski has already
had secret meetings at the White
House with PLO representatives.
. Sources pinpoint the meetings as
recently as on Mar. 3.
And in the UN vote, at least
I Vance and McHenry had a heap
to say. Capitol Hill heard it all on
instant replay when Congress
held its investigation.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
News in Brief
Dayan Opposes Hebron Decision
NEW YORK Former Israeli ,
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan Jew18h settlers into the West
said Monday he opposed the Bank Arab town,
decision by the Israeli Cabinet to But he stressed to reporters
establish religious institutions in that he would also be against any
two Jewish-owned buildings in law passed by the Knesset that
Hebron. He said he has been and would bar Jews from settling
continues *n he against moving anywhere on the West Bank. He
Community Calendar
April 7
B'nai B'rith Women, Naomi, Delray Board Meeting 1 p.m.
Free Sons of Israel Meeting Hadassah, Menachem Begin -
Board Meeting
Temple Emeth Brotherhood Meeting 7:30 p.m.
April 9
Fun With Yiddish at Temple Emeth at 3 p.m. Hadassah, A viva -
Board Meeting 10a.m. Workmen's Circle at Temple Emeth 1
April 10
Hadassah, Ben-Gurion Board Meeting 10 a.m. Hadassah,
Sabra Group Board Meeting 8 p.m. Israel Bonds Fashion
Show at Royal Palm Dinner Theatre noon Temple Beth El
Sisterhood Board Meeting 10 a.m.
April 13
B'nai Torah First Annual Spring Dinner/Dance at Boca Logo
Country Club B'nai Torah Men's Club- 10 a.m. 'South County
Jewish Federation Leadership Development Meeting 8 p.m.
Women's American ORT, Boca Eosl Cocktoil Party 5 p.m.
Temple Beth El Brotherhood Breakfast 10 a.m.
April 14
B'nai B'rith Women, Boca Raton Board Meeting 1:30 p.m.
B'nai Torah Annual Congregational Meeting 7:30 p.m.
Temple Emeth Singles Meeting noon Women's American
ORT, Boca East Meeting 1 p. m
April 9
B'nai B'rith Kings lodge 7:30 p.m. Meeting Hadassah, Ben-
Gurion Donor Luncheon B'nai Torah Congregational
Meeting -7p.m.
April 16
Fun With Yiddish at Temple Emeth
ORT, Region 9:30a.m. Meeting
3 pm. Women's Americon
April 17
Brandeis University Women Board Meeting Hadassah, Ben-
Gunon 12:30 pm. -Meeting* Hadassah, Sabra Group 1 1 30
a.m. Luncheon Temple Beth El Sisterhood 1 p.m. Meeting
April 20
B'nai Torah Sisterhood Flea Market
B'rith at B'nai Torah -9:30 a.m.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m B'nai
Urgent Appeal by
Leading Rabbis of
Eretz Israel
on behalf of
The Central Aid Fund
"Notzar Chessed" of Jerusalem
Among the activities of this organization:
(1) Free distribution of food to poor and needy famines
dairy and especially for Shabbos and Yom-tov.
(2) Free distribution of Passover food to over 1,000 needy
(3) Free loan of tables and chairs to poor families for sim-
(4) Sale of household goods at specially reduced prices to
low Income families.
We appeal urgently lo our brethren to enable "NOTZAR
CHESSED" to continue and expand their vital work in
aiding poor families. We especially appeal at this time for
donations to provide Passover food for over 1,000
May the Almighty bless all donors with health, long life
and success in all matters.
Rabbi Yechezkel Shraga Halberstam
Rabbi Shalom Half vy Eiaen
Rabbi Moshe Halberstam
S50 will provide support for one family for one month.
$100 will provide Passover food for one family.
$1,000 can establish a fund in name of donor for crockery, tables and
chairs to be loaned to poor families for their simchas.
Send donations direct to:
P.O.B. 5619 Batei Ungarian 201
Jerusalem, Israel
said that would be a policy of
advocating segregation.
Minister Menachem Begin has
rejected Egyptian allegations
that Israel was responsible for
the delays in the autonomy talks.
In a letter responding to a
lengthy letter sent him by Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat last weekend.
Begin insisted that Israel was
observing the Camp David ac-
cords. The allegations that Israel
was creating obstacles in the',
autonomy talks. Begin wrote,
were based on a misinter-
pretation of the accords.
He rejected the claim that if an
agreement was not reached by
May 26, Israel should be held
responsible. The date of May 26,
Begin wrote, was only mentioned
in the joint Begin-Sadat letter to
President Carter which accom-
panied the peace treaty, as the
date by which the talks should be
completed, but not as a*final date
for the completion of the talks.
Department has expressed
"heightened concern" over the
Israeli Cabinet's narrow decision
to establish a "Jewish presence-'
in the West Bank Arab town of
Hebron but withheld definitive
comment pending a decision on
the matter in the Knesset.
The Department's chief
spokesman. Hodding Carter, said
that '"Since we understand the
issue is to be discussed by the
Knesset's Defense and Foreign
Affairs Committee. I will have no
comment beyond the statement
of the obvious." an apparent
allusion to the U.S. position that
Jewish settlements or. the West
Bank are "illegal and an obstacle
to peace.
After noting that the U.S.
government has made it "par-
ticularly clear in recent weeks
what its position is on settle-
ments an allusion to the UN
Security Council's Mar. 1
resolution on that subject, and
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance's
statements before the Senate and
the House last week Carter
said, "We've made also our
April 4,1
concerns known to
government. Those conca
heightened by the CalSLl
decision" on Hebron.
BONN Simone \
president of the ParliaW
Europe, indicated heretSV
body over which she r
would not invite Yasir
leader of the Palestine Lib
Organization, which ia
courted by several Eun
governments, to address
body. Replying to questions7lm
press conference Saturday 4,1
noted that the EuropeanPtZ\
ment maintains contacts ogj.1
with other parliaments.
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Page, 15,..
\dals Deface Tombstones Reform Congregation Changes Its Name
pNN (JTA) Vandals defaced 74 gravestones
Jjazi symbols and slogans in the non-Jewish Berlin-
Ian cemetery here. Police suspect that the per-
Vrs belong to neo-Nazi groups. Swastikas were
1 on 20 of the gravestones and others were painted
. characters "SS" in runic letters and such slogans
Ll Hitler" and "Juden Raus" (Jews get out). Swas-
fand other Nazi symbols were found carved on
f trees.
JEANWHILE, a number of West German news-
published articles on Albert Speer, who was
rs Minister for Armament during World War II, on
tasion of his 75th birthday.
neer was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his part
[Nazis' forced labor program. He was released from
au prison 4ft 1966 and has since published several
es of mernorrs.
The Reform Hebrew Congre-
gation of Delray, now in its
second year, has changed its
It will henceforth be known as
Temple Sinai.
Serving congregants in Delray
Beach, Boynton Beach and Lake
Worth, the two-year-old group is
the only liberal Jewish congre-
gation north of Boca Raton in
South Palm Beach County.
The decision was made at a
special congregational meeting
held at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, Delray Beach, where the
group conducts its Sabbath gational president, announced
evening services. that efforts are being made to
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
'r'day. ApJ
Robert &LiIUlI
Is There Life After the UN?
UN Secretary General Kurt
WaWiheim's prolonged wrestling
match with the Ayatollah
Khomeini and lesser Iranians
reveals that a little flame still
burns in the United Nations. The
gent I.- Austrian, whose life is a
series ol roller coaster rides on
dims] structures erected by
sharpl\ competitive political,
ethnic, and cultural blocs, has
been brave and patient
throughout the long midnight of
the Iranian crisis.
Some will recall that Iran won
membership in the UN in the
year that agency was created.
The first issue raised in the
Security Council was Iran's
protest against the refusal of the
Soviet Union to withdraw its
wartime occupation troops from
northern Iran in 1946.
SINCE THAT time, Teheran
has certainly benefitted
economically and socially from
its UN affiliation. But once the
Ayatollah approved terrorists'
seizure of the American embassy
building and the incarceration of
American citizens there, the
Secretary General and his staff
were confronted with a challenge
dwarfing all previous crises in the
international organization's
Kurt Waldheim's slow start on
the Iranian issue was in
character. Hut it soon became
apparent that W ashington could
not win the battle without allies.
And ever, granting Waldheim's
commendable performance in
recent weeks, it is sad to recall
that vigorous action was long in
coming on a tlagrant violation ol
rule- N nations are .-worn
to upb
\\ ht n the dust settles, will the
UN actually be stronger'.' Will
there be a new display of moral
leadership.' Will the Secretary-
General be looked upon as the
keeper of the UN's conscience?
Will terrorists know they can no
longer defy the justified outrage
of UN participating nations
dedicated to upholding the
canons of international decency?
NO COUNTRY has suffered
more neglect and endured more
calumny in UN forums than has
Israel. She had good reason to
criticize procedures and actions
there. The infamous UN
resolution of 1975, branding
Zionism as a form of racism, was
by itself enough to poison the
opinion of all Israelis, all Jews,
and millions of others who shared
the high hopes expressed by
Harry Truman in 1946 when he
suggested that it should be just
as easy for nations to get along in
a "republic of the World" as it
had been for Americans to get
along in the republic ot tne
United States.
And Israel's cup of bitterness
overflows for other good reasons:
The UN Assembly's formalized
resentment against the Camp
David agreements; the constant
grumbling about hostile at-
titudes allegedly shown by Israel
against "the rights of the
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Israel since 1967 demands
conveniently bypassing Security
Council Resolution 242.
The list is endless.
Is there no hope then for
salvaging what remains of this
noble experiment in peace-
keeping built upon a deter-
mination to scotch any post-
World War II Hitlerism that
might emerge? Must all of the
I N s go 1 work in the fields of
health and cultural un-
derstandii g and communications
iH- lost because l< adership is
lacking and the machination- of
the Soviet-Arab-Third World
bloc are so destrictive? We all
must hope not.
YET MANY in the United
States may well wonder how long
this nation will continue to
provide 25 percent of the UN's
budget while the bloc of 89
nations saddled with dic-
tatorships or philosophically
aligned with the USSR in other
ways pay only 1.18 percent of the
UN fare. Are these nations all so
poor.' in their circle are the
OPEC countries, the total UN
income from which comes to les9
than 1 percent of the cost of
maintaining the UN.
Back in 1955. only 5 percent of
all Americans polled favored our
withdrawal from the UN despite
the agency's presence
soil. Twenty years |J
percent opted for withdn
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day's passing reinforces)
range hunch that our m" 1
reflect increased opposit
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