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WJems,
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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
-Number 22
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, October 31,1980
FnOShocht
Price 35 Cents
Men's Division Campaign Leaders Appointed
[ man 1 Stone, campaign
nan for the South County
Federation, announces
"appointment of Milton
ky and Sydney A. Altman
"co-chairmen for the 1981
d's Division Campaign.
% making the announcement,
me stressed the commitment
experience of the two co-
lirmen "Milt Kretsky has
ded our Uelray Division, and
Altman has been an out-
ending leader in our South
i Division," Stone said.
I Altman graduated with honors
n the Wharton School of the
iversity of Pennsylvania. He
a builder, developer and
Lager of many single family,
(alti-family communities and
ivelopments. Altman is
esident of Horizons, Inc., a real
late management company,
Jishington Square Heights,
:. and Center Square Green,
(land owning companies). He
[secretary-treasurer of Altman
. V
Sydney Altman
Builders and Developers, Inc.
He is a member of Florida
Atlantic University's Presidents'
Club and a member of Brakes
Sound Golf Club.
Altman has been active in
Federation for many years. He
Milton Kretsky
was chairman for the 1980 Strat-
ford Arms Campaign.
Kretsky was director at the
Cleveland, Ohio, office of the
National Jewish Hospital at
Denver and director of the New
York area office of B'nai B'rith
Foundation of the United States.
He was associate director,
Florida Regional Office of ADL-
B'nai B'rith and the southeastern
regional director of ADL appeal.
He is presently a member of the
board of directors of Pines of Del-
ray Association, Inc. and Temple
Emeth. Kretsky is vice president
of B'nai B'rith Kings Lodge and
of the South County Jewish
Federation.
He has been honored by the
board of governors-Anti Defa-
mation League Appeal, Nathan
Strauss Jewish Center, B'nai
B'rith Brooklyn Lodges, Metro-
politan Council, B'nai B'rith, and
Temple Zion in Miami.
Both men expressed a desire to
start planning for the 1981 cam-
paign immediately. The kick-off
workers'
Nov. 2.
breakfast will be on
Kretsky commented, "W
don't want to set a specific goal
since a goal can be a limiting as
well as an expanding factor. Let
us say that we expect a year of
much growth in the campaign.
Israel and Jews around the world
need us, and we do not expect to
let them down."
Altman added, "We have
many new areas in South County
in which to expand our campaign.
This includes Del A ire, many
parts of Boca Del Mar and some
new high rises on the ocean.
These are new areas, and Jews
are moving into them. It is now
up to us to expand our com-
munity of committed Jews."
CRC Condemms French Government
Dr. Marcovitz to Serve
On State Hillel Board
|The Community Relations
I of the South County
Federation, comprised of
entatives of the 42 Jewish
nizations of South County,
condemned the French
nment for creating an intel-
climate that has fostered
recent outburst of anti-
litic bombings in France.
Bfce resolution stated, "We
nd our heartfelt sympathy to
I victims, both Christians and
of the recent anti-Semitic
bings in France.
f"We recognize that terrorism
not live in a vacuum. For
the French government
I been supportive of the Arab
radicalism which has consistently
called for the destruction of
Israel, a euphemism for the
destruction of the Jewish people.
"The French government
cannot support terrorists in the
Middle East without haying a
terrorist mentality pervade a
segment of its own population.
"We are aware that the French
government honestly condemns
the recent bombings, but we find
that government guilty of
creating an intellectual climate
that is the causative effect of
such outbursts of anti-
Semitism."
Charles I. Cohen, chairman of
the Community Relations Coun-
cil, further commented, "I believe
that there is a lesson to be-
learned from France. Based on
short run oil blackmail, the
French government has pros-
tituted itself in supporting the
PLO and other radical and ter-
rorist Arab states. This ac-
ceptance of terrorism cannot be
regionally contained, and sick
minds- have translated rf onto the
domestic French scene.
"It is a lesson that other
governments should ponder.
When an Arafat is accepted at
the UN, it creates a world intel-
lectual climate that condones the
killings of innocents and
domestic terrorism within all
nations."
At United Nations
Slew
President Von Weehmar
ypieal of Bonn's Rising Slock
; I
By GITTA BAUER
Die Welt
election of a German,
r von Wechmar, as
nt of this year's UN
and Assembly clearly tes-
to the increasing part
1 by Bonn in world affairs.
it fellow-diplomats feel it
has something to do with
Wechmar himself, West
nany's Ambassador to the
1 Nations.
Delegates of 154 countries
1 him, the representative of
[untry that has only been in
nembership with the UN for
years, partly as an in-
dual.
HE IS a man they have come
now as a reliable opposite
an imaginative inter-
and a charming host
I a flair for festivities with a
I of their own.
i goes about his work with a
W hand and on unbureaucretic
Yet he testifies to Prussian
oughness
*work."
in Hning his
owes this facility to his
' n journalism, begun as an
ncan prisoner-of-war after
interlude as a young Afrflu-
f* officer.
S^ECHMAR, 56, covered tha
Kudiger von Wechmar
Nuremberg war trials as a
budding German agency
reporter, then worked his way to
head of United Press's Frankfurt
bureau.
Then, like many of his col-
leagues in the era of post-war
reconstruction, the toll ex-officer
and gifted linguist opted for a
diplomatic career.
He soon became acquainted
with the multilateral arena as
press attache at the German
consulate-general in New York
and at the United Nations.
As head of the German
Information Center in New York,
he went on to make friends with
the jet set, with artists, actors
i and opera stars.
THAT IS why, at the Wech-
mars' elegant town house on 65th
Street (which dates back, in-
cidentally, to the days of Bonn's
Felix von Eckardt), visitors may
find themselves attendinK an
Andy Warhol vernissage, a party
in honor of Leonard Bernstein's
retirement as a conductor or a
gathering of stage stars.
The Baron's fellow-diplomats
set great store by the stimulating
atmosphere the German couple
succeed in creating.
Von Wechmar is also happy to
host pressmen, representatives of
his erstwhile career, telling them
with a wry expression that at
United Press in pre-deutsche-
mark days he earned a salary of
800 reichsmarks and two cartons
ofcigarets.
After a spell as Eastern Europe
correspondent for ZDF, the
second channel of West German
TV, he finally switched sides to
work as press spokesman for the
Social and Free Democratic Bonn
government of Chancellor Willy
Brandt and Foreign Minister
Walter Scheel. But even as a
itate secretary he retained, as
head of the Bonn government's
Press and Information Office, a
clear understanding of press
requirements and a confidence in
journalists' fairness and
reliability that has stood him in
good stead in New York as well
as Bonn.
James B. Baer, president of the
South County Jewish Federation,
announces the appointment of
Dr. Alan B. Marcovitz as the
Federation's representative to
the Florida state Hillel board.
The state board is comprised of
representatives from the 10
Florida Federations that jointly
fund the Hillel Foundations on all
Florida campuses. Traditionally,
Hillel Foundations relied upon
national B'nai B'rith for funding.
Within recent years, due to
escalated costs, the Hillel move-
ment has turned to Federations
as its prime funding source.
Marcovitz is professor of elec-
trical engineering at Florida
Atlantic University, where he is
the faculty adviser to the Jewish
Student Union. He was educated
at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and Columbia
University and taught at
Columbia and the University of
Maryland before coming to Boca
Raton in 1970. He is the author of
two textbooks and numerous
articles on computer engineering
and education.
He is a member of the board of
trustees, chairman of the ritual
committee, a past president and a
co-chairman of the Israel Bond
Committee of B'nai Torah
Congregation. He is treasurer of
the Southeast Region of the
United Synagogue of America
and treasurer of the Boca Raton
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University. He
was vice chairman of the Com-
Dr. Alan Marcovitz
munity Relations Council of the
South County Federation.
Dr. Marcovitz is married to the
former Diane Ruben, a teacher in
the gifted program at the Boca
Raton Middle School and in the
Religious School of B'nai Torah
Congregation. They have two
children, Susan, 18, a student at
Brandeis University, and David,
16, a student at Boca Raton High
School.
Commenting on his ap-
pointment, Marcovitz said, "The
Hillel state board is not only an
important mechanism statewide,
but is equally important to the
South County in that its
decisions affect our local Hillel-
Jewish Student Union on the
FAU campus. Locally, we look
forward to a very active year at
Hillel at FAU where there are
almost 400 Jewish students."

South county
Jewish Federation
DINNER-DANCE
The Great Hall
Boca Raton Hotel & Club
Saturday Night, Jan. 24,1981
Couvert $125 per couplM
$1000 minimum contributioi
to the Men's Campaigi
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^Hd.y.Octobera,
BETH EL SOLOS
A meeting of the JJeth El Solos
will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9, at
10:30 a.m. at Temple Beth El.
Vera D. White, professional
antique appraiser, will be guest
speaker. Ms. White is considered
a leading authority on antiques.
She has been used by leading
banks here and in Canada as a
consultant for estates and in
probate on valuation matters
pertaining to her field. If you
have a treasure that you wish to
evaluate, bring it to the meeting.
Refreshments will be served,
and all members are welcome.
For further information, call the
temple office.
BETH EL
SINGLES TODAY
Schedule of Events: Saturday,
Nov. 1, Halloween Party to be
held at a private house. Bring
your own. floor pillows and
bottles. Saturday, Nov. 8, Crazy
Horse Lounge (for the broad-
minded- only). A group of equal
numbers, o"f males and females is
beinjj made, up Up spend the
evening" at' the Crazy Horse
Lounge. Reservations are a
must: Monday, Nov. 10, Monday
night at wrestling. Car pooling
up to West Palm Beach for a
night of fun a,nd screaming:
Monday, Nov. 17, general
meeting. Short meeting held at 8
p.m. at Temple Beth El. For
further information, call the
Temple Beth El office.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women of Boca
invite you to the Children's
Home Luncheon, Wednesday,
Nov. 19, 12:30 p.m. at the
Vintage Restaurant. All proceeds
are donated to the Children's
Home of Israel. For reservations
and further information, call
Louise Cohen or Harriet Azlant.
HADASSAH
Boca Raton Aviva Chapter of
Hadassah will hold a mini lunch
and card party on Nov. 13 at
noon at B'nai Torah Congre-
gation. Reservations necessary.
Call Mrs. Reuben Posner, Belle
Rubinoff or Mrs. Louis Fisk for
further information.
Ben-Gurion Chapter of Hadae-
8ah is sponsoring a one-day bus
trip from Delray Bech to Miami.
Interesting and unusual tour of
synagogues in the area with
history of Jewish settlers. Nov.
23-26, the time of your life at Lido
Spa. Dec. 9-11 here we come
Key West! Fare, food, lodging
and sightseeing. For information
and reservations on these trips,
contact Annette Braver, Belle
Isakoff or Yetta Rosen thai.
Menachem Begin Chapter of
Hadassah will meet Wednesday.
Nov. 19, at noon at Temple
Emeth, West Atlantic Ave., Del-
ray Beach. Boutique time, noon
to 12:30 p.m. There will be an
early Chanukah party and Bess
Appel, vice president of
education, will be the speaker.
Monday, Nov. 24, at 1 p.m. is
movie time at the Delray Cinema.
A choice of three movies is avail-
able. Members and friends are
welcome.
JEWISH WAR
VETERANS
Delray Ladies Auxiliary No.
266 of the Jewish War Veterans
is sponsoring a four-day. three-
night Thanksgiving weekend
trip, Nov. 27 to Nov. 30 at the
Pelican Point Hotel. St. Peters-
burg. Reservation deadline is
Oct. 31. For information and
reservations, call Elsie Gardner.
JEWISH CIVIL SERVICE
EMPLOYEES
The anticipated initial meeting
of the newly formed South
Florida Chapter of the National
Jewish Civil Service Employees
will be held at the Weight
Watchers Auditorium, Gun Club
Road Shopping Center (off
Military Trail). West Palm
Beach, on Sunday. Nov. 2. at 2
p.m. All those eligible and their
spouses are invited to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
PIONEER WOMEN
A regular meeting of the Beer
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be held at the Pompey Park
Community Center, 1101 NW
2nd St., Delray Beach, on Tues-
day, Nov. 10, at noon. This
meeting will be a tribute to new
members. The Beersheba Club
will be sponsoring a Flea Market
on Sunday, Nov. 16, at the
Delray Drive-In Theater on
Federal Highway 1 North. All
kinds of bric-a-brac and house-
hold items.
TEMPLE EMETH
Sisterhood of Temple Emeth in
Delray Beach announces the
presentation of the fourth annual
Gala Concert on Saturday even-
ing, Dec. 13, at 8 p.m. This event
will be performed by the Miami
Opera Company and will feature
selections from operas and the
concert stage. Reserved seats are
available. For tickets, call the
temple office. On Nov. 15 at 7
p.m. the Sisterhood will be
sponsoring a traditional Melaveh
Malka. consisting of Havdalah
Service by Rabbi Bernard Silver
and Cantor Benjamin Adler. A
buffet supper and Yiddish movie,
featuring Molly Picon in
"Mamale" will follow. For
further information, call the
temple office.
Temple Emeth Singles The
next meeting of the Temple
Emeth Singles will be held on
Monday, Nov. 10, at noon at the
temple, 5780 W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray Beach. The book, A Place
for the Single Person will be re-
viewed by Blanche Herzlich.
Refreshments will be served. All
single men and women are
welcome. T.E. Singles Sabbath
has been changed to Friday. Nov.
21, at 8 p.m. (note the new date).
A picnic is scheduled by the T.E.
Singles for Wednesday, Nov. 12,
at noon at Lake Ida Park. For
reservations, call Marion Tobins
or the temple office. "West Side
Story" at the Burt Reynolds
Dinner Theater is scheduled by
the T.E. Singles for Saturday,
Nov. 29. For tickets, call Marion
Levey or the temple offke.
Temple Emeth Brotherhood
will be sponsoring the following
events: Square Dance at Temple
Emeth. Sunday. Nov. 16 at 7:30
p.m. Neil Blanchart and his
fabulous Ten will sing, dance and
entertain in "western style."
There will be refreshments and
prizes. There will be a picnic at
Lake Ida Park, Wednesday, Nov.
19. at 11 a.m. Brotherhood will
supply charcoal for grilling.
Bring your own picnic food and
goodies. Refreshments will be
served. For further information
about the dance and picnic, call
the temple office. Sunday. Dec.
21, 7 p.m. Art Auction Show.
Free admission.
TEMPLE SINAI
Sisterhood Sabbath will be ob-
served by members of Temple
Sinai at its service, Friday, Oct.
31, 8:15 p.m. The public is
welcome.to this event which will
take place at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave.,
Delray Beach, where the temple
gathers regularly for Sabbath
evening devotions. Members of
the Sisterhood executive board
will join Rabbi Silver and Cantor
Robbins in the conduct of the
Service WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
All Points Chapter of Women's
American ORT will hold its paid-
up membership luncheon.
Tuesday, Nov. 18, 12:30 p.m. at
Delray Community Center. This
affair will be highlighted by a
fashion show by Ruth David.
ORT Shabbat Services will be
held at Temple Emeth, Friday
evening, Nov. 14. All are
welcome.
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI WOMEN
A regular meeting of the
American Mizrachi Women will
be held Nov. 5 at noon at Temple
Emeth, Atlantic Avenue, Delray
Beach. There will be an Israel
Bond drive. Refreshments will be
served. All are welcome.
For information on area
organizations, please call the
South County Jewish
Federation, Boca Raton
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
Cantor Leon Joins Day School Staff
South County Jewish
.unity Day School an-
the appointment of
J^David Leon to its staff.
Leon will teach Jewish
,tor 1-eon served as hazzan
30 years at Congregation
ph Sholom in Bridgeport.
His professional back-
| includes: President of the
Assembly, the world
of Conservative cantors;
[director of the First Inter-
J Conference on Liturgical
held in Jerusalem; first
nt chairman for cantors
the Jewish Theological
combined with the
T>
Cantor David Leon
United Synagogue and the
Cantors Assembly; member of a
two-man mission to set up youth
programs in Israel for Con-
servative congregations.
In making the appointment,
Hadassa Weiner, director of the
Day .School said, "We are ex-
tremely fortunate to have Cantor
Leon in our community, and we
are doubly fortunate that he has
joined our faculty."
The South County Jewish
Community Day School has 53
students in grades one through
six. It is a community day school
reflecting all branches of Juda-
ism, Reform, Conservative and
Orthodox.
Gellert Named to Head
Family Service in Boca
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lebrew University
I Residents of the South County
i who plan to visit Israel now
i the opportunity to enjoy a
1 tour of the campus of the
i University of Jerusalem.
| Before you leave, contact
Grosberg, president of
a Delray Beach Chapter,
i local office of the American
nds of the Hebrew University
u Beach and advise them
plans, so that arrange-
its can be made for you at the
brew University.
4f Donations are tax deductible. Please call: f*
"H Jewish Family & Children's Service
T 396-3640 4c
*
James B. Baer, president of the
South County Jewish Federation,
announced that Spencer Gellert
has been appointed director of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service in South County.
Previously. Gellert was the
director of the South County
branch of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service of Palm
Beach. As of September of this
year, the local office has become
independent of Palm Beach under
the aegis of the Federation.
Gellert received his BS degree
in psychology from Long Island
University. He did post-graduate
work at the City College of New
York, teaching emotionally dis-
turbed children. He received his
MSW from Barry College School
of Social Work. He specialized in
working with children and
families in two post-graduate
internship programs, at
Children's Psychiatric Center
and Family Life Center in Miami.
Gellert indicates that the new
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is offering services
previously not available, in-
cluding a chore worker service for
the poor infirm, a congregate
Spencer Gellert
living service as well as co-
ordination for Soviet Jewish im-
migration. The Family Services
offers counseling for all ages con-
cerning varied life situations.
The offices of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
are located at 3200 N. Federal
Highway in Boca Raton, Suite
226. Inquiries can be made by
calling 395-3640.
Don't let Reagan
and the right wing
win this one!

i

Uuwmitt s***"*6
Some people are talking about
sitting out this election. Or voting
for Republican John Anderson. (It's
the same thing.)
Well, if we want to elect Ronald
Reagan and his right wing
supporters, that makes a lot of
sense. Just as it did for those
who helped Nixon beat Hubert
Humphrey in 1968.
But before we do that, take a
look at who's not sitting out
this election.
The rightwingers think 1980 is
their year. They see the radical right
on the rise. Now, with Republican
Ronald Reagan, these groups are
ready to take charge. And impose
their narrow, exclusive views on the
rest of us.
But we can stop them.
Jimmy Carter and Walter
Mondale stand proudly in the
Sogressive, humane tradition of
>mocrats like Franklin Roosevelt
and Harry Truman.
They've shown their courage by
fighting for principles of social
justice, concern for the needy, a
fair deal for the elderly, and human
rights that have always characterized
the Democratic Party.
That's why the same people
who opposed Roosevelt, Kennedy,
stand today behind the extremist
Reagan wing of the Republi-
can Party.
Rir Israel Fur Human Rights.
Jimmy Carter. His name means
human rights throughout the world.
The Carter Administration has
worked hard to increase Jewish
emigration from the Soviet Union.
By 1979, it totalled more
than 50,000.
President Carter is committed
to what Israel needs to survive:
D Secure and recognized borders
of Israel.
? An undivided Jerusalem with
free access for all faiths to the
holy places.
? No independent Palestinian
state.
? No negotiations with, or recog-
nition of, the P.L.O.
? Energy Independence. President
Carter knows that, to resist
blackmail in the Mid East, the
United States must reduce its
dependence on OPEC oil. That's
why he won a tough windfall
profits tax to pay Tor conserva-
tion and development of new
energy sources. And todav, oil
imports are down 1.5 million
barrels a day compared
to 1976.
Truman, Johnson, and Humphrey
RtEkct President Carter
ajidVicel^eskleitMoiidak.
The Democrats.
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The Jewish Fbridian of South County
/ricby. October, ,
A Priest's Lesson
Independent presidential candidate John
Anderson had some important things to say to some
5,000 .persons at Northwestern University on
Sunday, notably the observation that "An attack on
the Jews is an attack on everyone."
Somehow, people always fail to recognize this
truth until it is too late. The Hitler era leading up to
World War II was a perfect case in point. Anderson!
made his remark because, once again, we appear to1
be forgetting the lesson taught us in the past.
But we were even more taken by what Father1,
John Pawlokowski. of the University of Chicago
Divinity School, declared at Northwestern. "I am
here," he said, "as part of the determined group of
Christians against anti-Semitism in the churches."
Father Pawlokowski' hit it squarely on the head.
Not all the lessons in history can preach this truth'
more powerfully. Where does western anti-Semitism
come from in the first place if not from the church,
which for 2,000 years has declared it as basic to the
religious principles of Christianity?
Endlessly, we can repeat our charge that the
growing wave of anti-Semitism in Europe and
America is rooted in a growing anti-Zionism and that,
so long, as say in France, governments continue to
preach the new litany of petrodiplomacy, the cold
hard facts of Realpolitik will come to the terrible,
equation that anti-Zionism is best practiced by anti-
Semitism.
But there would be no anti-Semitism if the.
church were not its staunchest advocate as a lesson
in Christian morality. So said Father Pawlokowski.
And he is right.
Hussein's Opportunism
King Hussein of Jordan, long the favorite of the
United States government and the American media,
is now showing his true colors in the Iraqi-Iranian,
war: that of a blatant opportunist.
Hussein has long posed as the gallant young:
monarch who would be willing to make peace with
Israel if only the other Arab countries would let him.
Like his grandfather, King Abdullah, he claimed to
enter into war against Israel only reluctantly, forced!
by pressure from his fellow-Arab countries.
Now, when some Arab voices would be helpful in
putting an end to the Iraqi-Iranian war which
threatens to become an even wider conflict, Hussein
does not even have the grace of taking his former
stance of remaining quiet. Instead, he has become
the leading Arab spokesman in support of Iraq.
Soviet bloc countries supply Iraq through the Jor-
danian port of Aqaba, just across from the Israeli
port of Eilat. Hussein has gone to other countries,
particularly Saudi Arabia, to urge their support of
Iraq.
This is the man who has refused to support the
Camp David accords despite his reported desire for
peace and the years of American support for his
regime. This is the man who talks of Israeli oc-
cupation but forgets that for 19 years Jordan was the
occupying power on the West Bank, during which
Hussein mentioned nothing about Palestinian rights
or a Palestinian state.
This is a man who denies Israel's right to govern
all of Jerusalem, while for the 19 years he held East
Jerusalem Jews were not allowed to pray at the
Western Wall and Jewish synagogues and cemeteries
were systematically destroyed.
It is time the U.S. dropped its romantic view of
the Jordanian monarch and recognizes him for what
he is, another despot who wants to remain in power
by any means possible.
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We're Barking Up the Wrong Gulf Tre<
By RAY SAIDEL
Manchester, N.H. Union Leader
J. B. Kelly, author of "Arabia,'
the Gulf and the West," and a
leading authority on that area,
recently wrote, relative to the
Iraqi-Iranian conflict, "Perhaps
the most surprising aspect of the
Western reaction to the outbreak
of hostilities ... is that the West
should have been surprised."
A similar comment is ap-
propriate regarding recent acts of
terrorism and anti-Semitism in
France. Why should anyone be
surprised? In both cases, present
affairs are the inevitable result of
Western opportunism, greed, and
to put it plainly cowardice.
Appeasement of terorism has
been a characteristic of the
d'Estaing government: it has
gone hand-in-hand along with
that government's appeasement
of OPEC and its aggressive pro-
motion of arms sales (and nuclear
weapons-making potential) to
Iraq.
VIEWING THE Gulf / Middle
East region, with its perpetually
feuding sheikdoms, its par-
ticularly fanatical brands of
religion and its enormous gaps
between rich and poor, how can
anyone expect peace and stability
to exist for more than just a few
months at a time?
Note: Washington's favorite
"moderate" in the area, King
Hussein of Jordan, recent recip-
ient of a large U.S. tank order,
now aids Iraq's aggression by
expediting Soviet arms shipment
via Jordan's Aqaba port. Of
course, Hussein has never been a
moderate; that's a myth. He
holds a world record for mur-
dering Palestinians.
Under Pax Britannica, the
Gulf did have 160 years of
relative stability and peace; upon
Britain's handing over of
political-military responsibility
to the United States (she com-
pleted withdrawal in 1971) things
began to fall apart: the United
States failed to fill the vacuum,
choosing instead to continue a
policy it had earlier started of
building surrogate powers the
seemingly "easy road."
KELLY'S "Arabia, the Gulf
and the West" (manuscript com-
pleted June, 1979) correctly fore-
told current events in the Gulf:
"What the United States has
done in helping to arm Persia,
Saudi Arabia and the minor Gulf
states to the teeth has been to
create an explosive situation of
potentially nightmarish
proportions.
"It has been a policy, if one can
dignify it with the name, of un-
believable foolishness, culpable
irresponsibility and addled
opportunism, which has done the
gravest disservice to the peoples
of the Gulf and to Western in-
terests there.
"The United States, however,
is not alone among the Western
powers in bearing the blame for
bringing the Gulf to its present
dangerous pass; she has been run
a very close second by Britain
and France in the race to inun-
date the Gulf with arms."
CAN ONE expect that after
pouring billions of dollars, marks,
and francs-worth of arms into an
area as volatile as this, there will
not be an explosion? By the same
token, world terrorism didn't
reach its present heights unaided.
After each terrorist atrocity,
European and American nation,
political leaders pour crocoda
tears, pious media pundits
"the religious" express outr
then they pursue their
course" with thfPLO. Sick.
The net that ties the world
anti-Western terrorist or
tions together (that nourish
them, arms them) is the Palestir
Liberation Organization
referred to by those who wiahi
be precise as the "so-called" pr.
because many of its operative
are not "Palestinian," most of i
option having nothing to
with Palestine.
None of its functions conceri
"liberation" (it serves thl
Soviets) and its "Organization!
is dependent on Saudi money.
THE CARTER administr*
tion, to a far greater degree than1
any previous administration, I
in innumerable ways encourai
the PLO; by so doing, it enJ
hanced the PLO position world-]
wide and cannot wash its handi
of yesterday's and tomorrow',
bloodshed.
The West'8 desertion of allies]
its rejection of principle as a basil
for policy, its facile suppressic
of the voice of conscience withL
(visible in its abandonment of th.
Shah, its irrational pressures oi]
Israel and South Lebanon, iu
failure to arm the valiant, no*
almost forgotten, Afghanis, and
its general appeasement of tin
Soviets, OPEC and the PLO) is
most terrifying as a repetition od
the moral weakness thatl
preceded World War II.
The parallel is too dangerous I
be ignored.
i.)
Friday. October 31,1960
Volume 2
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October 31.19fl<>
Tht Jewish Floridian\of South County
Page 5
lergymen Unite
Take Aim at New Christian Right
i joseph polakoff
Washington -
C, Rabbi Marc
-enbaum, national
religious affairs
jor of the American
sh Committee, joined
three Protestant and
olic clergymen in
wincing public policy
ations of the "new right
eelicals" or "the new
stian right." While
porting participation in
, political process of all
ericans. the clergymen
[ a new conference here
[Besides Tanenbaum, the
rticipants were Dr. Jimmy
|en, past president of the
ptist Convention, and now
uident of the Radio *nd
[vision Commission; Msgr.
jrge Higgins of the Catholic
liversity of America, and
merly of the U.S. Catholic
jference; and Dr. Charles
mstrom, executive director of
Office for Government
i of the Lutheran Council
bU.S.A.
L STAN HASTEY, Wash-
on bureau chief of the Baptist
told the Jewish
^Telegraphic Agency that
nenbaum and Alien "came up
the idea and invited the
two to join" in the news
oference.
No responsible and fair-
nded American questions the
lit of fellow Americans of
ngelical Christian or any
religious or moral per-
Dn to participate fully as
ds in the political process
to advocate the adoption of
fciblic policy positions which
Wect their ideological bent,"
TTanenbaum said.
He pointed out, however, that
"during the past 15 months,
there have been a number of
actions and statements by major
spokesmen of this newly forged
alliance of several Evangelical
Christian leaders and ultra-
conservative political organizers
which have become deeply
troubling to many of us, and
which require, we believe, careful
analytical scrutiny by both
presidential candidates and by
the American people."
HE NOTED that "a number of
major spokesmen of 'the new
Christian right' assert that their
primary purpose in this election,
and through related political
activity on the local levels, is 'to
Christianize America' and to
establish 'a Christian republic.'
That is a myth and it is an
I ideologically dangerous myth for
American democracy which must
not go uncontested."
Allen said there is a "clear and
present danger to the health and
well-being of both the church and
the state involved in religious
and political extremism." He also
said "we have to be extremely
careful to give the other side the
same freedom that I would want
for myself."
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ference, "I am disturbed by their
repeated and not very subtle
emphasis on getting out what
they indiscriminately call 'the
Christian vote' or even more
ominously, creating in this
country a 'Christian republic.'
One doesn't have to be doc-
trinaire in bis interpretation of
the principle of religious freedom
and separation of church and
state to be put off, indeed to be
frightened, by this kind of
political extremism."
BERGSTROM read a
statement that "the American
Lutheran Church, the
Association of Evangelical
Lutheran Churches and the
Lutheran Church in America
firmly disagree with Christians or
coalitions of Christians who plan
political action under the guise of
religious evangelicism, worship
or revivalism on 'in the name
of Jesus'. "
Higgins cautioned Tanenbaum
"with deference" that he "should
not push the church-state issue
too far," observing that the
Jewish community might find
itself in "great difficulty" over
"the very strong statements" for
Israel in the New York Times.
Congressman Dan Mica (center) turns to Israeli Minister of Foreign
Affairs Yitzhak Shamir (left) for his comments concerning the Middle
East while Israeli Ambassador Ephraim Evron also listens (right).
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Committee which recently held a reception in honor of the two of-
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The Jewish Fhridian.Ql.SPMth County
Fn'dy.October31
Ex-Mossad Chief Says Middle East Treaties Worthlei
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The major lesson for Israel
thus far from the war be-
tween Iran and Iraq is that
agreements and treaties in
the Middle East are
"valueless," according to
the former head of the Mos-
sad, Israel's intelligence
and security services.
In a special interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Meir
Amit, a Labor Alignment
Knesset member, who headed the
Jlossad in the years preceding
{he Six-Day War, pointed out
hat the Iraqis, by launching the
war against Iran, aorogated a
1975 treaty between the two
countries which gave Iran the
control of the Shatt al Arab
estuary. The treaty was signed
by the late Shah and Iraq's then
Vice President Saddam Hussein
who is now President.
"ONLY FIVE years have
passed since the signing of the
treaty, and one day somebody
comes along and abrogates it,"
Amit said. "So what value can
you attach to agreements with
this kind of people?" Amit, who
is now in New York as a member
of the Israeli delegation to the
35th session of the United
Nations General Assembly, said
that another lesson for Israel is
Community Calendar
Oct. 30
South County Jewish Federation Board Meeting -
Temple Emeth Sisterhood 9:30 a.m. board meeting.
8 p.m.
Nov. 1
Temple Beth El 8 p.m. auction
party.
Beth El Singles Halloween
Nov. 2
Temple Emeth Sisterhood 2 p.m. Israel Bond Rally South
County Jewish Federation Kick-off Breakfast Temple Emeth
Singles trip.
Nov. 3
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 12:30 p.m. board meeting
Brandeis Women Boca 9:30 a.m. board meeting Temple
Emeth Singles trip
Nov. 4
Temple Emeth 7 p.m. board meeting Yiddish Culture Club -
Boca 7:30 p.m. meeting Hadossah Aviva Bake sale
Temple Emeth Singles trip B'nai B'rith Lodge Boca Teeca -
9:30a.m. meeting 'ELECTION DAY
Nov. 5
ORT Regional 9:30 a.m. meeting
Women noon, Temple Emeth meeting
American Mizrachi
Nov. 6
Temple Beth El Sisterhood board meeting Temple Beth El
Brotherhood 8 p.m. board meeting Temple Emeth Sisterhood
- noon meeting Pioneer Women Zipporah noon meeting.
Nov. 7
B'nai Torah Congregation 6:30 p.m. family service dinner
ORT-Delray New Orleans trip.
Nov. 9
Temple Beth El Brotherhood 10 a.m. meeting South County
Jewish Federation 8 p.m. leadership development.
Nov. 10
B'nai Torah Congregation 7:30 p.m. board meeting Temple
Emeth Sisterhood Las Vegas trip (10th to the 13th) ORT Boca
East noon luncheon meeting B'nai B'rith Women Boca -
10:30 a.m. board meeting Temple Emeth Singles noon
meeting.
Nov.11
Brandeis Women Boca roller skating Jewish Current Events
Club 2:30 p.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood 7:30
p.m. meeting Yiddish Culture Club Boca 7:30p.m. meeting
ORT Delray 12:30 p.m. board meeting Pioneer Women
Boca meeting 1 p. m. VETERANS DAY.
Nov. 12
Temple Emeth 7:30 p.m. meeting Hadassah Aviva 10 a.m.
board meeting UJA REGIONAL CONVENTION (Nov. 12 to 16)
Nov.13
Hadassah Ben-Gurion 10 a.m. board meeting Hadassah
Aviva card party and mini lunch.
Nov. 14
Jewish War Veterans 10 a.m. meeting
p.m. ORT Shabbat Services.
ORT All Points 8
Nov.17
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 12:30 p.m. masting Bath El
Singles meeting.
Nov.II
Jewish Current Events Club 2:30 p.m. meeting B'nai B'rith
Lodge Boca Teeca 10 a.m. board masting Woman's
American ORT All points Chapter 12:30 p.m. meeting, paid-
up membership luncheon Yiddish Culture Club Boca 7:30
p.m. meeting.
Nov.is :
Temple Emeth Sisterhood Malauch Malka Service, supper and
movie. .
Nov. 16 .:
Pioneer Women Boca Flea Market Temple Emeth Brother- J
hood Dance.
that it must be more cautious in
evaluating the military powers of
its neighbors.
"We have to be careful not to
exaggerate or treat with disdain
the military strength of Iraq," he
observed. He pointed out that
when the war broke out many
expected a more impressive
performance by the Iraqis, while
in reality the Iranians have been
performing much better than
expected.
Amit said that a major concern
for Israel is the oil crisis that is
likely to follow, particularly if the
Iraqis accomplish their objective
of destroying Iran's oil centers in
Khuzistan and if the Strait of
Hormuz is closed to oil ship-
ments. Contending that such a
development would inevitably
raise the price of oil, Amit warned
that this would severely affect
Israel's economy which is already
suffering from the high cost of
fuel.
AMIT, who also served as a
General in Israel's Defense Force,
claimed that in case of an Iraqi
victory, which would give Iraq
control of what is now Iranian oil
sources, "Saddam Hussein can
become a mini-power. From
Israel's point of view it is a very
dangerous situation." Amit
noted that Iraq has actively
participated in all the wars
against Israel.
At the same time, he con-
tinued, the Iraqi-Iranian war has
divided the Arab world, "and this
division is weakening to a certain
degree the forces against Israel."
In Amit's opinion, the present
war will probably continue for a
few more weeks unless both sides
solve the acute problem of ob-
taining spare parts
military weapons.
for
"In my
"neither the
view," he
. Russians nor
Arab countries are interested .
all allout Iraqi victory. An iJ
victory means the strengthe
of Iraq, and the stronger
become the more indsnajjfi
they will be. The Soviets2
Arabs are not interested in such 1
development."
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October 31,1980
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 7
Bonn
\jews Anxious About Schmidt Victory
B, DAVID KANTOR
3NN (JTA) The
oral victory of Chan-
Helmut Schmidt's
(1 Democratic
y (SDP) and his Free
ocratic Party (FDP)
lition partner headed by
Minister Hans-
rich Genscher has
ved anxiety in West
ny's small Jewish
jununity over the Bonn
irernment's openly pro-
policies in the Middle
lite 30,000 Jews living in the
Republic and West
have long had doubts.
Jt was invited to visit
,1 as long ago as 1976 and the
ation still stands. But he has
racteduponit.
[More recently, 10 days elapsed
an official spokesman
it necessary to deny a
in Der Spiegel that
id! had denounced Israeli
Minister Menachem Begin
t sharp terms, describing
as a "danger for world
ce."
THE DENIAL was issued
lily after persistent questions by
press, an open letter from a
German organization of
wish Holocaust survivors
esting the alleged remarks by
lidt as an "insult to the
i Jewish people," and an
iticial request for clarification
omthe Israeli Embassy.
tven then, a government
okesman at first did not deny
rhmidt's reported remarks in
eir entirety. He said they were
ik directed against Begin
praonally but as his settlement
ilicies in the occupied
Ktitories. Eventually, under
Bntinued questioning bv the
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Until recently, the Jewish
community has kept a low
profile. Its leaders rarely spoke
out on the issue of Bonn's
eroding support for Israel and its
increasing tendency to woo the
oil producing Arab states. But
after the Venice summit meeting
of the European Economic
Community (EEC) leaders where
a declaration was issued urging
that the Palestine Liberation
Organization be associated with
the Middle East peace process,
the central organization of
German Jews issued a strong
protest. Bonn wields considerable
influence in the councils of the
EEC.
THE ARAB Israeli conflict
was hardly touched upon during
the recent election campaign. But
in its closing stages, the op-
position candidate for Chancellor,
Franz-Joseph Strauss, leader of
the Christian Democratic Union
(CDU), became an outspoken
critic of the government's
Mideast policies.
He visited Israel and Egypt
and denounced Bonn's ap-
peasement of the Arab rejec-
tionist states- He drew angry
retorts from Schmidt who also
faced criticism from within the
SDP, notably from Herbert
Wehner, chairman of its
Parliamentary faction. This
caused some embarrassment to
Schmidt but did not bring about
a significant change of policy-
Strauss, for his par1- was never
a favorite candidate- With his
defeat, the weight of his
relatively oro-Camp David stance
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Galilee
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
group of Mexican Sephardic
leaders inaugurated a Jewish
National Fund forest in western
Galilee in the name of the
Mexican Sephardic community
and commemorating 31 of its
recent leaders, no* deceased.
Aharon Capon, beading the
group, unveiled a marble plaque
at the forest, near Achihud, and
said on behalf of the Sephardic
Zionist Federation of Mexico that
"This fores1 represents the
eternal link between the Jewish
people and its land."
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centrate on community life rather
than national politics.
AS FAR as the well-being of
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the struggle against terrorism
from the extreme left and ex-
treme right. Jews here are aware
of the danger of the neo-Nazi
movement which has many links
with the PLO and other ex-
tremist groups at home and
abroad. But they feel secure
inasmuch aa they can count on
the help and support of the
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Israel's security appears to be
threatened. The Jewish com-
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Can American Jews
afford 4 more
years of Jimmy Carter?
Ronald Reagan says: No!
Jimmy Carter had no record of
support for Israel before he decided
to run for President. Ronald Reagan
has been a friend and supporter of
Israel since that nation's creation
in 1948.
Jimmy Carter made all the
right campaign statements in 1976,
including one pledging unwavering
support for Israel. Once safely
elected, he began to suffer from
an attack of "even-handedness."
He chopped the military budget,
lessening America's ability to
defend Israel. He approved the
highly controversial sale of 60 F-15's
to Saudi Arabia. He approved the
sale of U.S. made turbine engines
for Iraqi warships; and he agreed to
sell 100 U.S. battle tanks to Jordan.
Mr. Carter has done little to
combat terrorism, failing to even
spotlight the fact that the PL.O is
tied to terrorist organizations in
Europe, Africa, Latin America and
Asia. Mr. Carter failed to oppose the
opening of a PLJ)- propaganda
office in Washington, DC, and did
not oppose the State Department's
granting of a permit to PL.O. fund-
raisers in this country. President
Carter then said, "there should be a
homeland for the Palestinians."
In fact, Mr. Carter has violated
a 1975 U.S. agreement with Israel
never to deal with the PL.O. as long
as that organization refused to
recognize Israel's right to exist. He
has undermined Israel's position in
the world and at the United Nations
sometimes by joining, sometimes by
abstaining on flagrantly anti-Israel
resolutions.
In the aftermath of the most
recent such U.N. action, Governor
Reagan said: "I was appalled to see
the United States abstain rather
than veto the resolution passed by
the U.N. Security Council.'' He
added that he would have vetoed
it because it "undermines progress
toward peace by putting the United
Nations on record against Israel and
on one side of the sensitive issues of
the status of Jerusalem."
Forgetfulness is a luxury we
cannot afford., .remembrance is the
first line of defense for American
Jewsfor all Jews.
Today, Jimmy Carter wants the
Jewish vote again. He has many
more fine sounding things to say
again. This time, American Jews
have something to say to Jimmy
Carter: NO!
Governor Reagan:
A friend of Israel for
more than 30 years.
Governor Ronald Reagan's views
on the Middle East are based on
long-term policies, not short-term
politics. He has been a friend of
Israel for more than 30 years and
his record is based on lifelong
principles and commitments.
In a speech before the B'nai
B'rith Convention on September 3,
1980 Governor Reagan declared:
? Israel is a major strategic
asset to America and a strong
secure Israel is clearly in America's
self interest:
D The PL.O. is a terrorist
organization whose leadership
is committed to violence and
aggression against Israel;
? Resolutions in the United
Nations which undermine Israel's
positions and isolate her people
should be vetoed because they
undermine progress toward peace;
D Jerusalem is now, and should
continue to be, one city undivided,
with continuing free access for all.
Compare Ronald Reagan's long-
term policies with Jimmy Carter's
short-term politics. Evaluate the
performance of the-Carter Admin-
istration over the last 3V2 years.
When vou DO you'll know that
INDEED the time is now
for Reagan.
The time is now.
Reagan & Bush.
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F"day, October31 logBoctot
Anderson in A ttack
Sees Scriptures, Government a Bad Mix
By DAVID FRIEDMAN |
NEW YORK- (JTA) -|
Independent Presidential
candidate John Anderson;
has lashed out at right-
wing Christian fun-
damentalists and others
who want their religious
views imposed on the
country.
The United States from
its founding has been based
on a "recognition of a
Supreme Being," he told an
overflow crowd of
thousands at Congregation
B'nai Jeshurun in
Manhattan. But, "I find
this vastly different" from
the demands by groups like
Moral Majority which say
the "scriptures must be the
source of government."
ANDERSON was responding
to questions from Dr. William
Berkowitz, rabbi of the
congregation, in a special session
of the synagogue's annual
Dialogue series, now in its 30th
year. Berkowitz said he hoped
President Carter, the Democratic
candidate, and Republic standard
bearer Ronald Reagan, will also
accept his invitation to appear.
his
divided." He repeated
previous statement on this issue,
that as the final act of a peace
agreement the U.S. should i
its embassy to Jerusalem
ANDERSON said he oppo^l
a Palestinian state and saidtk
U.S. should not deal wiS
Palestine Liberation
Organization until it recogw
Israels right to exist ^
renounces terrorism.
The Independent candidate,
who is also a Republican
Congressman from Illinois, said
clergymen had a right to take
political stands, but religious
groups should not support
candidates. He said it was
especially "dangerous in a
pluralistic society" to take
positions and label them as
"Christian," and your opponents
as "non-Christian."
The upsurge of right-wing
fundamentalism is due to the
"frustration" of many people
with the problems facing the
country. Anderson said. "But the
needed resurgence of morality
will have to come from the
church, the synagogue, the house
of worship," he declared. He said
it was not for the government to
use "specific religious doctine" in
order to "pass a particular law."
ANDERSON said this would
be a violation of the separation of
church and state which protects
all believers, including those
people who do not believe.
The Illinois Congressman
repeated what he has said
throughout his campaign,
namely, that it was a "mistake"
for him to introduce in the 1960s
an amendment to the Con-
stitution which would have made
the U.S. a "Christian nation." He
noted that for the last 10 years he
has voted against the attempts to
restore prayer to the public
schools.
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has supported every bill and
resolution favoring the Jewish
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do this for political or financial
reasons, since Jews make up only
about 1 percent of the population
of his rural distinct in northwest
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ANDERSON said he feels "a
bond of kinship with the people "f
Israel" because Israel is a "fellow
democracy, a loyal ally and
because the Jewish State was
born out of the "suffering" of the
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Asked about the Carter
Administration's assertion that
the Jewish settlements on the
West Bank are illegal and an
obstacle to peace, Anderson said
he does not believe they are
illegal in a "juridical sense." He
said the settlements he has seen
on the West Bank are not an
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placing settlements in heavily
populated Arab areas is not
"helpful" to the peace
negotiations.
Anderson said Jerusalem is a
"city which must remain un-
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1980
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am not just a casual reader of
the Jewish Floridian, or an in-
nocent bystander on matters of
Jewish concern. Now for
specifics.
The Jewish Floridian of Oct. 3
on the Baptist convention does
not mention at all that Ronald
Reagan addressed that con-
vention, nor does it say that
Reagan concluded by saying,
"You don't endorse me, but I
endorse you."
Also on your editorial page, the
top of that article starts with
religious hypocrisy, and it
discusses the proceedings of that
convention again no mention
of the Reagan presence or his
speech and his embrace of their
positions.
i am puzzled by your omitting
the Reagan name, since he
certainly is an important name
and was carried by most
newspapers in their reports on
the convention. I am puzzled by
this deletion since you pursue the
interest of Jewish causes with
dedication and vigor.
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alwell Disavows His, Smith's Stand God Ignores Jewish Prayers
EW YORK (JTA) -
Jerry Falwell, the
nentalist radio and
ision preacher, has
kowed his statement
[only those redemmed
sus Christ could have
brayers answered. He
J rejected the assertion
fellow evangelist Rev.
Smith that "God
ghty does not hear the
fcrsof a Jew."
II, who heads the right-
political-religious Moral
ky, expressed his views in
ten statement issued after
an hour-long meeting here last
week with Rabbi Marc Tanen-
baum, director of interreligious
affairs of the American Jewish
Committee. The AJCommittee
released it on Friday.
"IT GRIEVES me," Falwell
declared, "that I have been
quoted as saying that God does
not hear the prayer of a Jew. My
position is that God is a respecter
of all persons. He loves everyone
alike. He hears the cry of any
sincere person who calls on him."
According to Falwell, "This is
a time for Catholics, Protestants,
Jews and Mormons to rise above
efforts to polarize or isolate us in
our efforts to a commitment to
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the moral principles on which
America was built. America is a
pluralistic republic. We may have
differing theological positions
but we must never allow this to
separate us as Americans who
love and respect each other as
united people."
Falwell said that "A very
healthy relationship has been
developing between Bible-
believing Christians in America
and the Jewish community .
The Jewish people in America
and Israel and all over the world
have no dearer friend than Jerry
Falwell."
HIS REMARKS to the effect
that God hears only Christian
prayers were made at Falwell's
Liberty Baptist Church in
Lynchburg, Va., during a Sunday
France Signs
Up Saudis
PARIS (JTA) France
and Saudi Arabia have signed an
arms contract providing for the
sale of $3.5 billion of French-
made warships, helicopters and
missiles to the oil-rich kingdom.
The contract is one of the largest
ever signed by a West European
country.
France will build four missile
warships and two tankers for the
Saudi navy and will equip them
with its latest model of sea-to-sea
missiles, the Otomat. France will
also provide Saudi Arabia with
Dauphin helicopters armed with
air-to-sea missiles and an
elaborate radar computer
enabling them to serve aa the
"fire guidance brains" for the
Saudi warships.
service where Republican
Presidential candidate Ronald
Reagan was also a speaker.
Falwell said at that time that
his views coincided with those of
Smith, president of the Southern
Baptist Conference, whose
remark that Jewish prayers were
unheard were made in Dallas last
Aug. 22. Falwell's church is not a
member of the Southern Baptist
Conference.
Appear\ng on NBC-TV's
"Meet the Press," Falwell again
stressed that he believes that
God answers the prayers of all
people. He also said that he
believes in- the separation of
church and state and is opposed
to a religious test for political
candidates.
FALWELL denied that he and
other right-wing Christians were
trying to create a Christian
republic. He said he could
support for political office a Jew,
Catholic, Morman or anyone else
who supports his views. He also
said he hoped that media reports
will not destroy the good
relations that have existed
between fundamentalist
Christians and Jews for the past
20 years, chiefly over the issue of
Israel. He said the best friend
Jews and Israel have in the
United States are Bible-believing'
Christians.
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Begin Assails French
Denounces Soviets, Syrians for Their 'Sadism'
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Prime Minister
Menachem Begin lashed
out at the French govern-
ment, the Soviet Union and
Syria in an address on the
state of world Jewry at the
opening of the 'Knesset's
winter session here. He
assailed the French for
encouraging neo-Nazi
attacks on Jews by their
anti-Israel policies and
denounced the Soviets and
Syrians for "sadism"
toward their Jewish
subjects.
Alluding to the escalation of
neo-Nazi violence in Europe,
Begin declared that it is the
"right and duty" of Jews
everywhere to defend themselves,
their lives and their national
honor. "The years of the thirties
and forties must never be allowed
to return," he said. He insisted
that no distinction can be made
between anti-Israelism, anti-
Zionism and anti-Semitism.
BEGIN'S ATTACK on the
French regime was the sharpest
yet by an Israeli leader. While his |
Cabinet issued a statement on
the Jewish right of self-defense in
the aftermath of the Oct. 3
terrorist bombing of a Paris
synagogue, it stopped short of
direct criticism of the French
government for the act.
However. Begin declared:
"The French President and
people certainly do not want anti-
Semitic outbursts to occur. But
they must know that their own
anti-Israel propaganda inevitably
creates the groundwork upon
which such occurrence take
place."
He spoke of "two Frances,"
one which Israelis and Jews will
always admire and cherish the
France of the French Revolution,
equality Jewish emancipation,
culture and literature and Emile
Zola and the "other France"
which persecuted Captain Alfred
Dreyfus and which taunted
Simone Veil as a child.
VEIL, a former Minister of
Culture and currently President
of the Parliament of Europe, is a
concentration camp survivor.
"No Jewish child ever need be
' Begin declared that it is the "right and duty" of Jews
everywhere to defend themselves, their lives and their national
honor. "The years of the thirties and forties must never be
allowed to return," he said.
spoken to the way Simone Veil
recalls being insulted at the age
of four "dirty Jew'," Begin
said.
Begin also assailed French
Interior Minister Christian
Bonnet, who said immediately
after the bombing that although
the attack was on Jews, many
non-Jews were injured. A
"despicable slip of the tongue,"
Begin said. He quoted Bonnet as
saying that "three innocent
Gentiles" had been killed, "as
though the Jewish Israeli woman
killed was not also an 'innocent
victim'." He said he hoped
Bonnet would "beg forgiveness
of the Jewish people" for his
remark.
Begin opened his speech with
references to Ida Nudel. Yosif
Mendelev itch, Anatoly
Shcharansky, Vladimir Slepak,
Dov Begun and other "Prisoners
of Zion" in the Soviet Union.
"We cannot understand the
source of the sadism motivating a
great power like Soviet Russia to'
persecute a few dozen Jews in
this way," he said.
ADDRESSING himself to the
prisoners, he said, "Be strong
and keep up your courage." He
pledged that Israel would con-
tinue to arouse world opinion on
their behalf. He said the fall-off of
Jewish emigration from the
USSR this year was "very
worrying." He noted that in
January, 1980, over 2,800 exit
permits were granted although
more than 10,000 applications
were made, but by July the figure
was down to 680 out of 4,000
applicants.
Syrian "sadism" toward the
1,000 Jewish families confined to
ghettos there was also in-
comprehensible, Begin said. He
referred to the reported rape of
four Jewish girls in Syria and
said the Jewish community there
lived in "constant fear."
After a lengthy debate, the
Knesset, by an overwhelming
majority, passed a rr*
decrying the current W.JS
Nazism and stressing *'
option for diaspora jZ'
Labor Party and
opposition factions JrJV
pvernment coalition fcl
for the resolution.
LABOR PARTY J!
Shimon Peres stressed JS
his speech. He recalled th,
late Prime Minister D^11
Gunon told Charles diiwL
1960 that Israel intended^
missions of Jews to iuX
But Peres expressed outrJJoi
the hostile atmosphere toJ
immigrants that he said
often encountered in Israel "n
we ever dream there would!
such a thing as an immiera
strike here in Israel?" heasj
referring to a recent incident.
Peres said the Soviet gove
ment deserved "a word
thanks" for at least put
opening the gates to Jen
emigration. "The real answ|
anti-Semitism abroad," he sal
"is the Zionist answer, aliy*."]
is time that American Je
gave Israel "its sons andnoK
its money," Peres said.
warned that soaring
termarriage in America m
that "a sense of gradual fa^
away besets America i Jewry."
At ZOA Confab
Novick Denounces Jews for Criticism
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Zionist
Organization of America's
82nd national convention
opened here with the key-
note speaker denouncing
both Americans, par-
ticularly Jews, publicly
critical of the Israeli
government, and the Carter
Administration's "attempt
to blame" Israel for U.S.
difficulties in the Arab
world.
American Jews who have
embraced'' the Peace Now
Movement in Israel and
"chastized" the Israel govern-
ment for its policies have
engaged in "action which borders
on irresponsibility," Ivan
Novick, ZOA president, said in
remarks to the more than 500
convention delegates.
"What is this nonserue that
there is a need to go before the
Christian world to criticize Israel
in order to be helpful to the
Jewish people?" Novick asked.
"It's an absurdity which defies
logic.'' He posed questions, to
Jews who. he said, have publicly
debated with the Israel govern-
ment. This apparently was in
particular reference to the letter
signed by 56 prominent
American Jews early last
summer to Prime Minister
Menachem Begin of Israel.
NOVICK'S questions were:
"Did your actions help achieve a
Middle East peace? Did your
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good will and fellowship from the
Arab nations? Did any of the
rejectionist states reject the PLO
covenant as a result of your
rejection of the present govern-
ment of Israel? Were your
public, scornful and distasteful
critical comments directed at
other Jews even a Jewish
Prime Minister you may not find
to your liking advantageous to
the American Jewish com-
munity? And was your slogan,
Peace Now.' honest'"
Those who level 'public
criticism at Israel's leadership.
Novick said, "should address
serious problems within the
American Jewish community,
such as the Jewish poor in our
major cities, Jewish education,
alienation of youth from Jewish
activities and the high rate of
assimilation and intermarriage.
Let us work to solve our
problems but let us do it by
helping each other let us not
destroy each other."
He said, "The Administra-
tion's attempt to blame
Israel for U.S. difficulties
in winning Arab friendship and
oil security" represents "a hoax
perpetrated on the American
people. A propaganda line has
been orchestrated by the
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Arab world."
NOVICK warned that attacks,
at home and abroad, on Israel's
settlement policy were being used
by Israel's enemies "not only to
destroy the Jewish State but to
destroy its moral legitimacy." He
emphasized that "there is no
greater effort exerted by Arab
propagandists against Israel
than to deny Israel is a
democracy." Novick said that
"Israels settlement policy may
lx' considered by some to be
unwise but it cannot be claimed
to be either immora l or illegal.''
He declared, in reaffirming
Israel's moral right to undivided
Jerusalem as its capital, that the
failure of the U.S. to veto the
Aug. 20 resolution in the UN
Security Council that called on
governments to remove their
embassies from Jerusalem was
"in fact a sanction" whose
"immediate consequence" was a
decision "by certain nations to
remove their embassies from
Jerusalem."
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^October 31,1980
The Jewish Flondian of South County
P*e
ews in Brief
1,000 M-60 Tanks Due for Israel
INGTON Vice Pre*
filter Mondale has dis-
tlut Israel "will have sub-
more than a thousand
Lgat M-60 tanks." Ob-
gaid this was the first
number of tanks Israel is
to receive over the next
has been revealed.
Vice President made his
as he and Patrick
i the vice presidential run-
^ate of Independent presi-
candidate John Ander-
dressed more than 500
to the 82nd national
t,on "I l he Zionist Or-
ion of America.
<)ale tressed to the
tes that "the people of
cast no votes in our
s, but they and Zion-
everywhere have an
isc stake in the results of
He noted that the Carter
istration "has provided
military assistance and
led a broader range of
technical, capable military
ince to Israel" than "any
Administration in Amer-
M
Jean Schewin, president of the
court, said the Fredriksen articles
in his neo-Nazi newspaper, Our
Europe, constituted "a serious
breach of the peace" and were
offensive to millions of people.
One of Fredriksen"s contentions
is that the Holocaust never
occurred but was a hoax invented
by Jews to extort money from
Germany.
WASHINGTON The U.S.
Department of Commerce has
agreed to disclose an estimated
Quarter million pages of secret
documents disclosing the nanp
of the American companies that
participated in the Arab boycott
of Israel during an 11-year period
that included two Arab-Israeli
wars.
Secretary of Commerce Philip
Klutznick, who made the an-
nouncement, said the Depart-
ment's decision settled a Free-
dom of Information Act suit filed
on March 3. 1977 by Mark Green
,AVIV Prime Minister
them Begin said that the
ied out by Israeli forces
ith Lebanon last week was
i first of its kind and will
[ the last. He said the oper-
was yet another step in
continuing preemptive
ainst the terrorists.
itary communique issued
> attack said at least nine
were killed, and six
ngs were destroyed, along
fortified positions and
The attacking forces,
sed of paratroops and an
try brigade, suffered no
llties and returned safely to
bases, the communique
i targets were Jarmaq and
villages northwest of the
River. According to the
nunique, these were bases
which artillery and
sha rocket attacks were
against Israeli border
i and against the Christian
We in south Lebanon. They
manned by about 20 ter-
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Iraqi-sponsored Arab Lib-
on Front which is held
asible for the attack on Kib-
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DLAUELPHIA The trial
rased criminal Wolodymir
ch, which opened here Sept.
was briefly adjourned
' this month due to his hos-
ation with chest'pains, is
to resume Nov. 17, it
reported by Jewish Ex-
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|t that time, the prosecution
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Pridy.Octob*3i
Gaza Strip Governor
Orders Prisoners Freed)
JERUSALEM (JTA) The military govern,
the Gaza Strip, Brig. Gen. Yitzhak Segev, has ordered!
release of 33 Arab prisoners as a gesture toward?
Moslem population on the eve of the Moslem tmZ
AlAdha. l
The release was also regarded as a gesture of
will toward the Egyptians on the eve of the five-day [
visit by President Yitzhak Navon beginning Oct. 26 L
of those released are security prisoners, the others
criminals. But it was stressed that none was convicta
serious crimes. In addition, the governor reduced
sentences of 21 Arab prisoners.
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Coach Eddie Krinsky, of Long Island, N.Y., who was selected by the Egyptian Basketball\
Federation to work with the country's national basketball team during the summer and early
fall, is shown demonstrating play tactics to one of the Egyptian players. The Egyptian
Basketball Federation selected Krinsky, who was co-coach of the 1979 championship U.S.'
Maccabiah Basketball Team. It is expected that he will be asked to return next summer for
another tour with the national teams of Egypt.
_______
Treasury Mum on Arab Assets
Honoring a secret agreement with Saudi'
Arabia and Kuwait, the U.S. Treasury Depart-1
ment has refused to disclose, on a country-by-
country basis, the United States-based assets and
investments of Middle East oil states, according
to the September issue of Petro-Impact, a bi-
monthly publication of the American Jewish
Committee's Institute of Human Relations that
reports on "petrodollar influence in American
affairs."
The agreement, according to a report on a new
study by the House Committee on Government
Operations, "has hampered U.S. government
efforts to devise sound U.S. policy on foreign
investments."
Though the Administration has denied the
secret agreement's existence, several documents,
as well as statements by former Treasury
Secretary William Simon, confirm that OPEC
investments are published only by general
category, such as under "Asian" or "African"
investments. The Treasury is so committed to the
agreement that full disclosure has been withheld
from Federal investigating committees, the
Congress and the Department of Commerce's
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), which has
primary responsibility for monitoring in*
vestments in the United States.
Ambassador Yehuda Z. Blum, permanent
representative of Israel to the United Nations,
presented the major address at the opening
banquet of the 13th National Board Conference of
Women's American ORT in Houston.
The address was delivered to 800 delegates of
Women's American ORT, representing 140,000
members of the organization in over 1,200
chapters from coast to coast, on Monday. Claire
Pyser was conference chairman and Gerri Prince,
conference co-chairman.
Also speaking at the opening session was
Edward Kuznetaov, one of the five Russians
exchanged for two Soviet citizens, convicted in
New Jersey of spying for the USSR former
Prisoner of Conscience, and Jewish emigration
activist, who was imprisoned for his desire to live
in Israel.
Calling attention to the irony of the situation in
I which an Arab state that has been consistently
supported by the U.S. is now giving assistance to
Iraq, a state whose ties are with the Sovkt Union,
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, president of the,
Synagogue Council of America, has called on the
I U.S. government to "cease supplying arms and
economic assistance to Israel's rejectioniet neigh-
bors bent on the destruction of Israel; oar only I
I reliable ally in the Middle East." f
Declared Rabbi Leryyeld, "Our country must j
I learn to distinguish between summer friends and '
genuine friends. Friendship cannot be pnrrhasad 1
but is the product of shared ideals and shared
social purposes.
In his remarks. Rabbi Lelyveld noted that
"Jordan has been the recipient of our persistent
evenhandedness and has been supplied by the
U.S. with material and foreign aid. Iraq, a client
state of the USSR is according to Jordan's
Hussein, the only Arab state that lends strategic
depth to the Arab cause since Egypt has em-
barked on the Camp David process."
In an interview on Israeli TV, Jean Amalrique,
one of the main editors of the Parisian daily, Le
Monde, stated that those Israelis who argue that
the assertion of French President discard during
his visit to the Arab countries on autonomy for
the Palestinians are in conflict with American
policy on that subject, are quite mistaken.
That view, said the newsman, is simplistic and
not in accordance with reality. He argued that
French President Giscard was merely articulating
out loud that which the leaders of the American
administration can only permit themselves to
believe in private. However, following the U.S.
elections the Americans will not hestitate to take
the road which has been indicated for them by the
President of France.
Commenting on that interview, Avraham
Schweizer writes in Ha'areU that so far as the
Arab countries are concerned Western Europe,
under the leadership of France, does not conform
with America's policy but is in opposition to it.
According to this writer, Western Europe aims at
recapturing its position in the Middle East, from
which it was excluded following World War II.
The first Nation Builder Mission of the Jewish.
National Fund departed on Sunday for a fact-
finding visit to Israel and Egypt, it was an-:
nounced by Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, executive vice;
president of the Fund.
The one-week mission comprises prominent
American Jewish leaders from all over the
country who are inspecting first-hand remarkable
current JNF achievements in transforming the
hnd of IsraelLJhey an visiting Egypt for an off-
the-record briefing with U.8. Ambassador Alfred
Atherton, who will receive them in the US
Embassy in Cairo, and with Eliyahu Ben-Eliasar
Israel's Ambassador to Egypt, who will report to
the mission at 'vrthw ssnokin
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ionomy Talks Put Off 'Til After Polling
JOSEPH POLAKOFF
MNGTON (JTAI -
M 0I, resuming the
k-Gaza autonomy talks
Egypt, Israel and the
summit umesa we were certain it East due to the Iraqi-Iranian
is timely and productive. \wUt or If the Palestinian issue is
... still seen as their top priority.
Lmowitz;announced that, over Ali Midi ..Q, ^ the
the next two weeks, the US Pale8tinian b,em ^ ^ k
prepare a revised now the top j^ ^ ^ Middle
should understand that from the
Libyan-Egyptian border to the
Jordan River and the Syrian
border, there is peace because
there is Camp David and the
autonomy talks."
>K Put Jftjjg-g memorandum of undersUnding &%*.^KS
American P"""^1 stemming from the latest we to apprehensive
NV\J' Terence ^P**** ducusswns and the settlement in th/area." He
summit representatives of the three the Egyptian position, as
nations will meet on Nov 17 "in COnVeyed to the U.S.Tis that the
the area presumably m Palestinian problem is "the
Egypt or Israel to discuss cornerstone or core" of the
further summit conference Middle East problem. Burg said
arrangements and the provisions the Arabs should look toward the
of autonomy. He indicated that Persian Gulf "to see how
the Nov. 17 meeting will not be devastating a war can be and
on the ministerial level.
and the
conference
["the leaders of the three
wa8 postponed in-
pending additional
ory sessions.
iwas the upshot of the two
f meetings held here at the
Dn of the U.S. between
Minister Kamal Hassan
Egypt, Israeli Interior
. Yosef Burg and U.S.
J ambassador Sol Linowitz.
[discussed their results at a
Department press con-
e led by Linowitz at which
, apparent that little if any
had taken place on the
questions awaiting
ition.
HAD been envisioned
usly that President Carter,
nt Anwar Sadat of Egypt
[prime Minister Menachem
of Israel would meet in
on in mid-November.
Linowitz said that the
nit meeting would not take
until after many other
^tings concerning
rations to ensure its suc-
tHe indicated that January,
[would be the earliest date.
|US. envoy said the parties
not want "to go to a
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Jerusalem issue will not be in-
cluded in the new memorandum
of understanding. Ali and Burg
both made it clear that they did
not offer their positions on
Jerusalem at the meetings just
concluded here. Linowitz ob-
served, "We have agreed this is
not the time to deal with the
Jerusalem issue." Pressed as to
whether the Arabs of East
Jerusalem would participate in
the autonomy talks, Linowitz
replied, "That is one of the
issues."
LINOWITZ. Burg and Ali
were unable to agree, in their
appearance before the press, in
response to a question as to
whether there is now greater
urgency about the overall
strategic picture in the Middle
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5,000 at NorthwesternHear Candidate's Message
^^ H oc<-nrt Thpir nnrtiru? ppature was Four or fj
EVANSTON, 111. -
(JTA) Independent
presidential candidate John
Anderson declared here
that "An attack on the
Jews is an attack on every-
one" and that "it is a sin to
be silent" when they occur.
Anderson, a Republican
Congressman from Illinois,
addressed more than 5,000
people gathered on the
Northwestern University
campus
Jews. 'Where are the boundaries
of evil?" he asked. "If we don't
draw them here, where will we
draw them? I submit it is a sin to
Israel Unhappy U.S.,
Egypt to Hold
Joint Maneuvers
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli military and political
circles are unhappy over the joint U.S.-Egyptian military
exercises to be held late next month or early in December.
According to reports from Washington, 1,400 American
military personnel are due in Egypt to participate.
Official reactions have been low keyed. Deputy
Defense Minister Mordechai Zipori observed that "the
sending of American troops to Egypt was expected
against the background of the developing pattern of
relations between Egypt and the U.S. It is a matter that
concerns two nations friendly to us and we can do nothing
about it." It was learned that the subject was raised
during the UJS .-Israeli strategic talks here earlier this
month.
BUT ISRAELI military circles are not concealing
their displeasure. One top ranking officer said the news
that the U.S. is sending troops for joint exercises with the
Egyptians is not happy news. These circles accept the
idea that events in the Persian Gulf have forced the U.S.
to demonstrate its presence in the region in response to
Soviet penetration through their recently signed friend-
ship pact with Syria.
They believe that while the combined exercises of
Egyptian and American military personnel may not have
an immediate effect on the balance of power between
Israel and its neighbors, they could, in the long range, un-
balance the present situation.
ISRAEL IS preparing, meanwhile, for the good will
visit of the giant American aircraft carrier John F.
Kennedy at Haifa this week. The JFK and its escorts will
bring more than 7,000 U.S. Navy officers and men to
Israel for a week of rest and relaxation.
While the JFK is welcome, political circles here can't
help comparing this good will gesture with the more
meaningful U.S.-Egyptian joint exercises.
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be here with you. I say what Jews
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Hineni."
Sol Goldstein, chairman of the
Public Affairs Committee's
subcommittee on individual
liberty and Jewish security,
himself a Holocaust survivor,
declared, "In times of evil, in-
difference to evil is evil itself. As
Jews and as human beings we
must never forget what the Nazis
did to us. Never again, not in
Jerusalem, not in Paris, not in
Evanston. We have come to this
place to attest that we live."
MAYOR JAMES Lytle of
Evanston told the gathering that
"issuing a permit for the Nazi
demonstration was the most
repugnant act I've had to per-
form. But there is a price one has
to pay for freedom." Father John
Pawlokowski, of the University
of Chicago Divinity School, said,
"I am here as part of the
determined group of Christians
against anti-Semitism in the
churches. I am convinced that
this is not a Jewish battle but a
battle for all."
Rabbi Peter Knobel, of
Congregation Beth Emet, the
Free Synagogue of Evanston,
said, "Today must be a begin-
ning until the dominion of hatred
banished from the world."
Rabbi David Polish, founding
rabbi of Beth Emet, said, "If
America does not destroy racism,
racism will destroy America."
Robert Schrayer, president of the
Jewish Federation and Jewish
United Fund of Metropolitan
Chicago, who introduced
Anderson, read telegrams from
Sen. Charles Percy (R., 111.) and
Gov. James Thompson.
The Lovelace Park rally proved
a fiasco for the Nazis. Eleven
showed up, one carrying an
American flag, the others
carrying shields with swastikas.
They were surrounded by 60
policemen inside a cordoned off
area but did not manage to speak
as the fiercely anti-Nazi crowd
shouted epithets and pressed
threateningly against a six-foot
fence barrier.
THE CROWD included
members of leftwing groups and
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
(NAACP). Many participants in
the campus rally went to
Lovelace Park "to bear dignified
witness," as Rabbi Knobel said,
"to the distress at seeing Nazi
symbols in Evanston." The rabbi
was among the group carrying
signs reading, "The Jewish
People Live," and "Freedom Yes,
Nazis No."
The Nazis left after five
minutes under heavy police
escort. Their parting gesture was
to unfurl a sign reading
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10 Win Prize in Genetic Engineering
LjOSEPH POLAKOFF
LuiNGTON (JTA) -
[Lish American scientists
1 forebears came to the
Slates from the Ukraine
j year's Nobel Prize for
i with a British scientist
_ > work involved in
t engineering.
Berg, 54, of Stanford
jity, was awarded half the
jO prize, while Walter
it, 48, of Harvard, split the
half with Frederick Sanger,
^Cambridge University.
SWEDISH Academy of
Stockholm, which
ced the prize, said Berg
was cited for his biochemical
studies of nucleic acids, and
Gilbert and Sanger for having
independently developed dif-
ferent methods which determine
the exact sequence of the
nucleotide building blocks. The
Academy said Berg was the first
investigator to construct a
"recombinant DNA molecule"
through the use of genetic
engineering, sometimes called
gene manipulation.
Berg, who was born in New
York City, is the son of Harry
Berg of Sheepshead Bay,
Brooklyn, who emigrated to
America in the early 1920s and
became a "small manufacturer"
l
Then There's First
jphardi for Cancer Work
IASHINGTON (JTA> -
ISaruf Benacorraf, a Ven-
n-bom American citi-
iged in research at
University on how
makeup determines
ter a person successfully
lats cancer and other
has become the first
die Jew to win a Nobel
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Benacorraf, another American
and a Frenchman won the 1980
Nobel Prize in physiology for
their discoveries on "genetically-
determined structures on the cell
surface that regulate im-
munologies] reactions," it was
announced Oct. 10 in Stockholm.
George Snell, 77, of the Jack-
son Laboratory in Bar Harbor,
Me., and Jean Dausett, 64, of the
Immunological Laboratory of St.
Louis Hospital of Paril
(University, and Benacorraf will
' share the award of $211,000.
BENACORAFF, who will be
60 on Oct. 29, has been an
American citizen since 1943 and a
professor of pathology at Har-
vard Medical School since 1970.
In a telephone interview with
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
here, Benacorraf said as far as he
is aware he is the first Sephardic
Jew to receive the Nobel Prize.
He has been a member of the
Board of Governors of the Weiz-
mann Institute in Israel for six
years and has been in Israel
"quite a few times." Asked for a
comment in celebration of the
honor, he exclaimed "peace for
myself and for everyone."
Benacorraf s parents are Hen-
rietta Lasry Benacorraf who lives
in Caracas, and the late Abraham
Benacorraf. His parents came to
Caracas late in the last century
where his father, a native of
Spanish Morocco, engaged in
business. His mother was born in
Oran. Algeria.
Born in Caracas, where he has
"lots of family," Benacorraf has
been living in the United States
since 1940. He studies at the
Medical College of Virginia in
Richmond.
He lives in Boston with his
wife, Annette. Their daughter,
Beryl Lobby, also is a medical
doctor practicing in Boston.
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of rur coats and fur collars for 36
years in Manhattan. His mother
was the late Sara Brodsky. They
came to New York from a small
town outside of Kiev.
Berg started his higher
education at the City College of
New York, but he lasted only
three days. "I had to ride the
subways for two hours to get to
school and after three days of
that I felt it was too far to go
every day." He transferred to
Brooklyn College and later to
Pennsylvania State University.
HE JOINED the Stanford
faculty in 1959. He earned his
doctorate at Case-Western
Reserve in Cleveland and taught
for six years at Washington
University in St. Louis. He and
his wife have one son, John, an
actor in training.
Recalling his career in a
telephone interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Berg
said that he grew up in the Sea
Gate section of Brooklyn where
he was Bar Mitzvah. His family
was "not totally Orthodox" but
observant in the traditional
ways. A visitor to Israel "many
times," Berg lectured for 10 days
at the Weizmann Institute in
Rehovothinl971.
"Israel is an exciting place,"
Berg said. "It is a miracle and an
astonishing country when one
sees what they have been able to
achieve. In terms of science, and
considering the size of the
country and its population, it is
most extraordinary."
Gilbert, who was born in
Boston, is the maternal grandson
of the late Joseph Cohen, who
was editor of the Freie Arbeiter
Stimmung. an Anarchist Yiddish
newspaper in New York in the
early 1900s. The scientist also is
the son-in-law of the Washington
left-wing journalist, IF. Stone.
Gilbert and his wife, Celia, have a
son, John, at Cal Tech, and a
daughter, Kate, at Harvard.
GILBERT, who said he is
"enthusiastic about Israel," said
he is not identified with any
organizations and has not visited
Israel. "I spend most of my time
being involved in science," he
told JTA. "We stopped being
believers a couple of generations
ago."
Both of Gilbert's parents were
born in Philadelphia. His father,
Richard, was a development
economist who had worked in
Pakistan in the 1960s and 1970s
on a Harvard program there. He
and his wife, Emma Cohen
Gilbert, make their home in
Green Valley, Arizona. Gilbert's
grandparents, maternal and
paternal, came to the U.S. from
the Ukraine in the 1890s.
And Don't Forget
Economist Klein
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Prof. Lawrence Klein of the
University of Pennsylvania, well
known in Israel for his lectures on
economics and expertise in
Israel's economic affairs, has won
the 1980 Nobel Prize in
economics, the Swedish Academy
announced in Stockholm.
Klein received the $212,000
award for creating "econometric
models and their application to
the analysis of economic fluc-
tuations and economic policy,"
the announcement said.
The economist, who is 60, has
proved over the last 30 years to
be the leading researcher within
the field of analysis of business
fluctuations and created com-
puter-based models determining
the effects of government policies
around the world, the Swedish
Academy said. The an-
nouncement in Stockholm said
that Klein's most famous model
was built in collaboration with
another American colleague,
Arthur Goldberger.
KLEIN'S WIFE, Sonia
Adelson Klein, herself an
'economist with the Wharton
Econometric Forecasting
Associates in Philadelphia, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that she and her husband visited
Israel "many times" and that in
1964 they spent three months
there while he lectured at the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
He was the foreign member of the
board of the Falk Institute in
Jerusalem which concentrates on
economic research and in that
capacity he visited Israel once a -
year, she said.
Klein was born in Omaha,
Neb., and was graduated from
the University of California at
Berkeley in 1942. He sJK5en at
the University of PertBsflyania
since 1958. His forebears came
from Austria, Poland and Alsace-
1 Lorraine in the 19th century and
settled in Nebraska and Iowa.
Mrs. Klein is the daughter of
the late Maz Adelson who was
president of the Touro
Synagogue congregation in
Newport, R.I. Prof. '-Klein's
parents are Leon and Hfariche
Monheit Klein who live in San
Francisco.
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