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Boca Raton, Fla
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December 26, 1980

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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
,2- Number 26
Boca Raton. Florida Friday, December 26, 1980
FrtdSnocht
Price 35 Cents
\e(h>ration Dinner Dance
Jarbonell Sculpture as Door Prize!
Bagus, chairman of the
...jn dinner dance to be
fat the Great Hall of the Boca
. Hotel on Saturday night,
"24, announces that a sculp-
|of a ballerina by the interna-
noted artist, Manuel
.onell will be given as a door
. at this event. The sculpture,
jft of an anonymous donor, is
at Sii.OOO, Carbonell's
ptures are presently in the
ictions of such noted Ameri-
entertainers as Doris Day,
ti Arnez. Burt Reynolds, Kaye
lard. Dinah Shore and David
Tick.
major Carbonell sculpture
nds in front of the Burt
ynolds Theatre in Jupiter,
irida. He has appeared on
ny talk shows, including those
Merv Griffith and Dinah
His works are in the Metro-
litan Museum and Art Center,
the Bicentennial Collec-
1 of the White House and the
sidential Fa lace in Havana,
Earbonell was born in the town
|Sancti Spiritus. Cuba, gradua-
from Colegio de Belen and
|tr studying at the Academie
|Bellas Artes de San Alejandro
Havana. Carbonell was the
bpient ul numerous awards
(ere for his sculpture and many
his commissioned works
nain today in Cuba as mute
ninders of his deep love for his
Itive country.
In 1954, Carbonell won his first
lernational exhibition, the
Itnai Hispanoamerica de Arte
[Barcelona. Spain. He travelled
1 studied extensively in Spain,
^ly and France and it was in
iris that he began to develop
present unique, personal
Hallerina Statue
Manuel Carbonell left Cuba in
1959, leaving great wealth and
position and arriving in New
York with only his talent and a
tremendous will to survive.
Deeply depressed at first, Car-
bonell s strength, courage and
humor soon had him working
again. Eventually a New York
physician became his patron and
it was not long before he began to
reestablish himself as an artist of
major importance. In eighteen
years in the United States,
Carbonell has gone from ob-
scurity to the honor of having his
sculpture, "The Bicentennial
Eagle" accepted by The White
House as his contribution to the
200 year celebration of his
adopted country.
Concerning his art, Carbonell
has commented, "During the
brief time allotted me, in the face
of my transitoriness and my debt
to art. I strive to serve that uni-
versal and eternal truth of
beauty, through shape
through sculpture."
Bagus says, "I believe that the
awarding of this beautiful
ballerina will appreciably contri-
bute to what we know will be a
festive and fun-filled evening of
dining and dancing." A minimum
$1,000 gift to the Men's 1981
UJA Federation Campaign is
established for attendance at this
affair. Reservations may be made
by calling the Federation office at
368-2737.
Haig Favors Strong
Support of Israel
Incentives To Settle
Jordan Valley
JERUSALEM -(JTA)-The
government has unveiled a plan
to induce young families to settle
in the Jordan Valley. Spokesmen
for the Ministry of Labor and
Welfare told reporters at a press
conference that financial in-
centives would be offered to
settle collective farms in the
region and that the emphasis will
be on motivation.
The Ministry plans to launch a
publicity campaign in con-
junction with the various set-
tlement movements, the Jewish
Agency and other Zionist bodies.
It will be the first time such an
effort is made to attract new
blood for rural settlements.
Similar campaigns have been
successful in the past in
recruiting settlers for urban
regions.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Retired Gen. Alexander Haig
Jr., named by President-Elect
Reagan to be his Secretary of
State, has expressed himself in
favor of strong U.S. support for
Israel both as a strategic ally and
as a friend on moral grounds.
He also has endorsed the U.S.
Commitment by Presidents Ford
and Carter in 1975 and 1979,
respectively, opposing U.S.
recognition of or negotiations
with the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization until it accepts UN
Security Council Resolutions 242
and 338 and Israel's right to
exist.
Haig, who retired last year as
Supreme Allied Commander in
Europe for the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization, is certain to
face prolonged scrutiny by the
Senate which must confirm his
appointment.
THREE prominent Demo-
cratic Senators outgoing
Majority Leader Robert Byrd of
West Virginia, Alan Cranston of
California and Edward Kennedy
of Massachusetts have ex-
pressed strong opposition to him
on the basis that he was
President Nixon's last Chief of
Staff at the White House during
the Watergate scandals and for
his role in the Vietnam war. Some
Senators dislike the idea of a
military officer in charge at the
State Department-
However, since Republicans
will control the Senate when
Haig's nomination is considered
after Reagan's inauguration Jan.
20, it is expected that he will be
confirmed.
On Israeli-American affairs,
Haig made his views known in a
speech in Miami on Oct. 27,1979,
before a conference of the Zionist
Organization of America. At that
time, he was considered a
possible Republican Presidential
candidate. It is understood here
that he has not deviated from the
positions he expressed on that
occasion.
HE POSED several questions
relative to American policy
toward the Middle East. The
following are the questions and
his responses:
Question: "Is Israel a strategic
liability to American national
interests, being worthy of
support only on moral grounds?"
Answer: "No. It is moral to
support the right of the Jewish
people to their own State. It is
gratifying and important that
Israel is a lively democracy,
sharing our basic political values
in a world hostile to democracy.
As the strongest military power
in the Middle East, Israel's very
existence serves to deter Soviet
aggression. As in the past, a
strong, viable Israel will continue
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Women's Division of the 1981
UJA announces the appointment
of Gladys Weinshank, Esther
Blank, Julia B. Savin and Gladys
Weinshank as co-chairpeople for
the Advance Gifts Luncheon.
The luncheon will be held on
Friday, Jan. 16, at the home of
Julia B. Savin in the Cloister
Beach Towers on South Ocean
Boulevard in Boca Raton.
A minimum contribution to the
Women's Division Campaign of
$1,000.00 is established for this
event.
Mrs. Blank has been active in
Jewish community events in
Roanoke, Va., and has served as
co-chairperson of the Advance
Gifts Division in the campaign of
last year. Mrs. Savin was one of
the original founders of the
Women's Division of the South
County Jewish Federation and
has been active in Federation-
UJA campaigns throughout the
years. Mrs. Weinshank is a mem-
ber of the Board of the South
County Jewish Federation and
served as oo-chairpereon of last
year's Advance Gifts Luncheon.
Previous to moving to South
County, she was active, both as
lay and professional level in the
Jewish community of Chicago.
Featured speaker for the
luncheon will be Colette A vital.
Mrs. A vital has been a member of
the Israeli Foreign Service since
1963. She has been in charge of
the Scandinavian desk of the
European division of the Foreign
Service. She has also served as
cultural attache in Brussels,
Belgium. From 1975 to 1978, she
was the Consul of Israel in
Boston, Mass. She is presently
Assitant Director of the Infor-
mation Division of the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs and also a
lecturer at the Hebrew
University. Members of the
Advance Gifts Committee
working on the luncheon are:
Ruth Alperin, Marian Altman.
Mary Baskin, Edna Beron,
Esther Blank, Sheila Bloom,
Frances Bornstein, Ann Brenner,
Louis Cohen, Phyllis Cohen,
Ruth Coleman, Sara Daner, Irma
Fier, Selma Frankel. Lois Good-
man.
Also, Muriel Harris, Lillian
Hildebrand, Joan Judelson, Polly
Kaltenbacher, Elaine Kend,
Margaret Kottler, Freda Kraft-
sow, Janice Libby, Bert Lutz,
Shirley Marcus, Florence Melton,
Fanne Pelavin. Charlotte Robin-
son, Geraldine Rosenberg.
And Julia B. Savin, Berenice
Schankerman, Phyllis Schechter,
Gloria Seltzer, Libby Shipley,
Gertrude Siegel, Marilyn Sona-
bend, Barbara Stein, Betty
Stone, Gladys Weinshank, Rose
Titelman, Phyllis Wragge, Zola
Zinman.


Page-'
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, l^cember?R|j

Organizations In The News j University on Wheel?
BRANDEIS
The "University on Wheels"
brunch sponsored by the
Brandeis University National
Women'* Committee of Boca
Katon. Century Village takes
place on Jan. 13. at 10:30 a.m..
Town Center of Boca Raton
Community Koom.
Dr. Alan Leviton of Brandeis
University English Department
will speak on To Be and How To
Be Shakespeare Re-Written In
Our Time. Dr. Leviton. former
Fulbnght Scholar and I'h.D from
Princeton University, is a faculty
member of Brandeis University
since 1960. He has also conducted
adult classes on Shakespeare,
contemporary fiction and Renais-
sance poetry.
The public is cordially invited
to attend. Send your reservation
and check for S3.50 by Jan. 5 to
Estelle Pelam. chairman.
Brighton H-336. Boca Raton.
Fla. 33434.
FREE SONS
OF ISRAEL
Delray Lodge 224 will be
holding its next regular meeting
on Wednesday. Jan. 7. at 7 p.m.
at Temple Emeth. It will be open
to all Free Sons of Israel mem-
bers who haven't as yet joined up
with a Florida lodge, to friends of
our lodge members and to all per-
sonal firends fo Henry Chester,
our tirst out-going president who
will be honored that night.
Entertainment and collations are
a part of the program.
In addition, the lodge is spon-
soring a 3-day bus trip to Venice.
Jan. 27-29. All of the breakfasts
and dinners are included. Two of
the dinners will be at dinner
theaters. Besides a cruise on
Sarasota Bay. a stop will be made
at Warm Springs. Bathing in the
mineral springs and the taking of
mud baths will be free of all
charges. Any additional informa-
tion can be obtained by con-
tacting Sam Dravich or Henry
Chester, or Milton Pitler.
TEMPLE BETH EL
SINGLES
Beth El Singles Today
I BEST), a new non-profit group
for young singles. 20-49 years
old. will be sponsoring the
following social events.
Saturday. Dec. 27 Adult Ice
Skating. For information call the
Temple office; Wednesday. Dec.
.11 New Year's Eve Party
Reservations A Must. For infor-
mation, call the Temple off ice.
HADASSAH
Ben Gurion Chapter of
Hadassah. Delray Beach, is
For information on Area Organizations
Please call South County Jewish Federation
in Boca Raton 368-2737
pleased to announce the following
events: Jan. 13 Gala Big
Gifts" luncheon at Boca Lago.
Boca Raton. For further infor-
mation, call Charlotte Melz: Jan.
22 HMO. (Hadassah Medical
Organization) luncheon at Boca
Del Mar. 12 noon. Get your
tickets now. Limited number
available. For information, call
Charlotte Metz.
TEMPLE EMETH
The paid-up membership lun-
cheon of the Temple Emeth
Singles will take place on Wed-
nesday. Jan. 7. at the Boca Del
Mar Country Club. The regular
monthly meeting will take place
on Monday. Jan. 12 at 12 noon.
Bill Stern, vocalist, will entertain
and refreshments will be served
during the social hour. Ad-
mission is by membership card
only. New members are welcome.
Sisterhood of Temple Emeth of
Delray Beach, monthly meeting.
Jan. 8. at noon, presents Irving
Desfor. Photo Magic Show
magic for oldsters and young-
sters. Please attend for a fun
afternoon. Refreshments will be
served. For further information,
call the Temple office.
SOUTH FLORIDA
JEWISH CIVIL
SERVICE EMPLOYEES
The South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees, a chapter of
the National Jewish Civil Service
Employees. Inc.. presently
employed or retired with any
Federal. State. County. City or
Municipal agency are having
their first monthly meeting for
19K1 on Sunday. Jan. 4. 2 p.m. at
the Weight Watchers aduitorium
in the Gun Club Shopping Cen-
ter, Military Trail at Gun Club
Road (between Summit and
Southern Blvd.). West Palm
Beach. Florida. For further in-
lormation call Julie Bernstein.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
All Points Chapter Women's
American ORT will fealture the
ORT film. "Here There are No
Losers" at our Jan. 20 meeting at
Delray Community Center. All
are welcome, refreshments
served. Come join us Saturday
evening. Jan. 17 for a Night At
Pompano Raceway. $12 cost in-
cludes parking. Clubhouse ad-
mission reserved section.
delicious dinner and gratuities.
Contact Sylvia Rosenberg for
further information
ORT Women's American-Del
Nationafirh
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A FULL SERVICE BANK
For information
659-2265
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501 South Flagler Drive
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Nortlake Blvd. Branch
2863 Northlake Boulevard
Lake Park. Fla. 33410
Forest Hill Branch
1860 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach, Fla. 33406
Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Branch
2380 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard
West Palm Beach. Fla. 33409
Member FDIC Member Federal Reserve System
ray Chapter sponsors the follow-
ing events: Jan. 14-16 "A
Hobday Along the Gulf" -
Cypress Gardens. Busch Gar-
dens, (tingling Art Museum, and
Edison Home. Dinners, dinner
theatre. Transportation, tips, and
taxes total $145. For further
information, call Natalie Berman.
Dorothy Kirschner or Ann
Mortman; Jan. 28 Regular
meeting at Temple Emeth. West
Atlantic Ave.. at 12:30 p.m.
Hanna Turner will give one of her
book reviews.
Sandalfoot-Boca Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
meet on Thursday, Jan. 8 at the
Town Center of Boca on Glades
Road, at 2 p.m. The program will
be a cosmetic demonstration with
Mary Kay Products. Come and
bring a friend.
Boca East Chapter of Women's
American ORT at their regular
meeting on Monday, Jan. 12, 1
p.m.. at Temple Beth El will
feature the cousin of the late
Bernard Berenson, Art
Historian: Felice Berenson who
will discuss the "Development of
the New Figurative Art in Italy
from its Classic Traditions." Ms.
Berenson attended the Univer-
sity of Pisa, holds a B.A. in
French literature, art history and
Italian culture from American
and Georgetown Universities in
Washington, and an MA. in art
history from the Villa Schisanoia
Graduate School of Fine Arts in
Florence. She directed the
Galleria Michaud in Italy and is
presently the exclusive American
representative for a large group
of Italian, artists dividing her
residence l>etween Italy and the
U.S. (iuests are invited.
Members and guests on Wed-
nesday. Jan. 14 at 6:30 p.m. are
invited to an evening of fun at the
Palm Beach Jai Alai. Donation of
$15 entitk's one to a full course
dinner, a reserved seat for the
games, official program and free
self-parking. Reservations
limited. Call Selma Shore or
Hilda Krinzman for information.
At Temple Beth El
January 4
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Boca
Katon chapter welcomes mem-
bers and friends to "University
on Wheels," a day of dialogue
with three Brandeis professors.
Alfred Ivry, professor of
Islamic and Judaic Philosophy,
taught at Cornell, Ohio State
University and the Hebrew Uni-
versities in Israel. He holds a
Doctorate from Brandeis and Ox-
ford University. He will speak on
"The Social Ethic in Judaism: A
Current Appraisal."
Alan Leviton, English
professor whose academic cre-
dentials include a Fulbright
scholarship, an M.A. and a Ph.D.
from Princeton. His subject, "To
Be and How To Be,"
Shakespeare rewritten in our
times, will desacribe some con-
temporary refashionings of
Shakespearian material, etc.
Leonard Hausman, Economics
professor at the Florence Heller
Graduate School at Brandeis
received his Ph.D. from the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, has taught
at North Carolina State and
Harvard University School of
Government. His area of ex-
pertise include labor and urban
Alan Leviton
economics. Professor Hausn
will discuss in depth: "Gove
ment Responsibility in an
certain Economy."
The date is Wednesday, fo
14 at Temple Beth El, from 9:1
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Donation
$6.50. Coffee and cake will
served during intermission. Foi
further information and
tions, call chairperson
Klein. 499-1107.
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December 26.1980
The Jewish Fhridian of South County
Page 3
\oca Lago Division
Omansky, Gerber To Co-Chair
0
Hold Dinner Dance Pines of Defray North Division
mold Rosenthal, chairman of
r,ku Lago Division of the
[ij A-Federation campaign
,,, thai the Boca Lago
bion will hold a dinner dance.
rsday. Ian. 15. at the Boca
Country Club. Couvert for
evening is $35 per couple.
gO per person. A minimum
liribution to the Men's Divi-
L of $100 has been established
[attendance to this affair.
Lsenthal said. "This is the
nnd annual dinner dance. Last
we spent a splendid evening
-ether. It was a joyous, happy
Jnt I anticipate that we will
the same ambiance this
I Members of the dinner dance
nmittee are Reuben Axelrod,
ytd Flagel. George Goldstein,
livid Jacobson, Joseph
tharam. George Margolis,
vin Nussbaum, Jerome Pan-
Alan Weiner, and Samuel
liesen.
(Reservations are limited to 180
ople due to capcity of the
Arnold Rosenthal
Country Club and will be made
on a first come, first serve basis.
Further information can be ob-
tained by calling the Federation
office at 368-2737 or by contact-
ing one of the committee
members.
Milton Kretsky. co-chairman
of the 1981 UJA-Federation cam-
paign announces the appoint-
ment oi Esther Omansky and
Sidney Gerber as co-chairmen for
the Pines of Delrav North
Division.
Esther Omansky has been
active for three years as head of
the Education Committee of the
South County Jewish Federation
Women's Division and she is a
member of the board of directors
of the South County Jewish
Federation and of the Women's
Cabinet. Esther previously lived
in Columbus. Ohio where she was
active in Federation and Israel
Bonds. She was head of the
Women's Division of Israel
Bonds and chaired the Israel
Bond Rally for Central Ohio
which was held at the Governor's
mansion. She is a member of
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton.
Sidney Gerber has been a
resident of Florida for 12 years,
coming from Paramus, New
Jersey. He is presently retired.
Defray Temples to Hold Joint Services
IConservative congregation,
nple Emeth, and Reform
pgregalion. Temple Sinai, both
|Delray Beach, announces joint
rvices to be held on FYiday.
In 9. at f p.m.. in the sanctuary
I Temple Emeth. The two con-
egations nave Come together to
lolly celebrate Federation-UJA
bbath
| It it traditional for congrega-
ii- to sel aside one Sabbath a
ar in recognition <>f the work of
local Federations and National
UJA. The boards of both Sinai
and Emeth have decided that to
highlight this important Shab-
bat. they would have a joint ser-
vice signifying the unity of the
Jewish community for the 1981
Federation-UJA campaign.
This will be a religious service.
There will be no solicitation of
funds.
Featured speaker of the
evening will be Rabbi Bruce S.
Warshal. executive director of
the South County Jewish
Federation.
Warshal commented. "Having
spent over a decade on the pulpit,
it is always a pleasure to come
back on a Shabbat to deliver a
sermon. It is so crucial that the
connection between active syna-
gogue life and Israel continues to
be forged daily. I am delighted to
be a guest of these two fine con-
gregations."
Esther Omansky
While living in Paramus, he was
involved in the Jewish Com-
munity Center Synagogue and
the Paramus Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. He comes to the Pines of
Delray North from Hallandale
where he was involved in civic
work and instrumental in
starting the Vial of Life Program.
He is active in the Kings Post
Jewish War Veterans and of
B'nai B'rith in Delray Beach.
Sid Gerber
As part of the Pines North
campaign, there will be a cocktail
party held on Jan. 11. A mini-
mum family gift of $100 is estab-
lished for those attending this
event.
Mrs. Omansky and Mr. Gerber
indicate that they hope to es-
tablish a structured campaign in
the Pines of Delray North for the
first time this year.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Fridy. December
26,19
A New Misguided Missile
The American Jewish community has had the
misfortune of having to deal with diplomatic mis-
guided missiles in almost every Administration since
1948. President Eisenhower had John Foster Dulles.
President Nixon had William Rogers. President
Carter had Andrew Young. And now, even before the
Reagan Administration has been sworn into office,
along comes Sen. Charles Percy soaring off into
space from his own launching pad.
The Republican solon of Illinois, who is slated to
head the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, decided, in his conversation with Soviet
leaders, to preempt President-Elect Reagan and his
entire new Cabinet to formulate foreign policy for the
United States. In remarks reeking of political hali-
tosis, Percy reportedly advocated a Palestinian state
headed by the machinegun-toting chief of the
Palestine Liberation Organization, Yasir Arafat.
To be sure, Percy told his Russian hosts that
Arafat "is a terrorist, he has done some dastardly
things." But, the legislator noted, the darling of the
.nternational jet-setting bomb squad "has a com-
pelling desire to be a chief of state, no matter how
small it is." How considerate of Percy to think of
this. How compassionate. How noble. That's like re-
warding the local mugger with his own territory and
3 ready supply of victims just so long as he
doesn't stray into the next neighborhood. Of course,
Arafat would like to be a chief of state, "no matter
how small it is." For Arafat, that small state is
1srael.
Possibly the best evaluation of Percy's contri-
bution to non-peace in the Mideast was made by
Rabbi Joseph Sternstein. president of the American
Zionist Federation. He pointed out effectively, if
perhaps undiplomatically, that Percy's suggestion
has reduced "morality to the dungheap of civili-
zation."
Response to Disaster
One of the distinctive features of the Chanukah
festival, which just concluded, is the tradition of
shalach monot, giving gifts to the poor and the
needy. That ancient Jewish practice assumed a
special urgency as Jewish leaders and organizations
mobilized emergency relief efforts to help relieve the
suffering of the tragic Italian victims of the devas-
tating earthquake.
The Joint Distribution Committee, the central
Jewish overseas relief organization, set up an
emergency relief program and transmitted checks
contributed by Jews from all over America in the
amount of $70,000 to the Italian Consul General.
JDC's executive vice president, Ralph Goldman,
reports that the JDC office in Rome has been alerted
to make available all its social welfare services to the
Italian Government and people.
Remarkably, Russian Jewish doctors and nurses
now in Rome as immigrants on their way to America
have volunteered their medical and healing skills.
The Jewish communities in Italy have been sending
truckloads of blankets and clothing to the victims in
the Naples earthquake area. And in New York,
leaders of the Jewish and Italian communities met to
work out joint rescue programs.
In a way, this spontaneous response of
American Jews to the Italian people is our means of
saying "thank you" to the Italian people for then-
strong stand against Nazi anti-Semitism and for
their constant generosity in welcoming Jews and
other victims of oppression in Europe.
Above all, it is an expression of the Bible's
teaching, "You shall not shut your hand from your
needy brother."
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to offer assistance to American
interests and activities which
bolster our friends in the region
and elsewhere."'
Question: "Does Israel have an
unfair veto over U.S. com-
munications with the PLO that
hampers the peace process?"
Answer: "No. As the U.S.
pledged in 1975 and reiterated in
1979. so long as the PLO advo-
cates views incompatible with the
peace process, the U.S. will not
recognize or negotiate with the
PLO. It is simply wrong to
believe, as some of our diplomats
seem to suggest, that official
recognition is necessary to com-
munication. Communication is
not the issue between the U.S.
and the PLO. Attempts to draw
the PLO into the negotiations
without agreement on the goals
of the (Camp David) process
undermines President (Anwar)
Sadat (of Egypt) as well as Prime
Minister (Menachem) Begin (of
Israel). We should not com-
promise what we have accom-
plished already through con-
cessions to the outspoken op-
ponents of Sadat's courageous
policy."
Question: "Is the Egyptian-
Israeli peace treaty contrary to
U.S. interests because it leaves
out other parties to the conflict?'"
\nsiter: "No. The Kgyptian-
Israt'li treaty does not bar other
states from joining the peace
process. The treaty of peace be-
tween the leading Arab state and
l-rael is a deterrent to war. With-
out the treaty, neither U.S. in-
terests nor those of other can be
realized."
Question: "Will the price of oil
be stabilized by a settlement of
the A tab-Israeli conflict?"
Xnsu'er: "No. The link' be-
tween an Arab-Israeli settlement
and oil prices is tenuous. First.
not all members of OPEC (Or-
ganization of Petroleum Ex-
porting Countries) are Arab.
Second, oil prices are determined
more by supply and demand and
the value of the dollar than the
issue of who rules Jerusalem.'
Third, to speak of such a link is
dangerous, not only to the U.S.
but also to the leading Arab oil
Bonn Fights
Propaganda
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) Justice
Minister Hans-Jochen Vogel
announced that he is preparing
strong measures to combat the
spread of Nazi propaganda in
West Germany. He told reporters
at a press conference that his
ministry is presently drafting a
series of amendments that will
put teeth into existing laws.
Vogel specified the principal
measures to be taken and how
they will work. The import of
Nazi propaganda material would
be banned under one of the pro-
posed amendments. Although
most such material is now
brought in from abroad, existing
laws prohibit only its display.
ANOTHER amendment would
outlaw Nazi material from th<
period preceding the establish
ment of the Federal Republic ir
1949. Existing laws ban only
material produced after that
date, Vogel noted.
Finally, he said, the law should
explicitly prohibit propaganda
aimed at playing down Nazi war
crimes or denying that the Holo-
caust ever took place. Proposed
amendments would allow state
prosecutors to initiate cases
against persons spreading the so-
called "Auschwitz lies." Under
the present law, only individual
victims of Nazi war crimes can
bring suit against such persons.
producers. Fourth, it is illusory
to be considered a superpower if
foreign policies are distorted by
domestic needs. Linking oil needs
and prices to foreign policy only
invites more dictation by radical
or anti-American states. This is
not in our interests nor is it in the
interests of such states as Saudi
Arabia."
Question: "Is recognition of
the PLO necessary to strengthen
U.S.-Saudities?"
Answer: "No. Our apparent
differences with Saudi Arabia do
not rest solely with the Arab-
Israeli conflict. Several dif-
ferences are rooted in these
developments: 1. Our failure to
contest Soviet activity in Africa
and Asia: 2. the Soviet-Cuban
build-up in South Ymen; 3. our
inability to prevent the fall of the
Shah; 4. our mismana^m,-*
the dollar. Recogniz^R
not deal with
would
issues.
11 2 Mr.56>I8ABBrduateofu
U.S. Military Academy at W.
Point and holds a Masters deal
in international relations fc.
Georgetown University ul
TiT* ai,th!i>enta^" dunnJ
the Kennedy Administration andl
was a specialist on KurnrJTI
Middle East and Lat,nCS|
Regarded as a protege
former Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger, Haig is reported Z\
have played major roles in the
Vietnam peace talks and J
policies involving the Middle
East, China and other areas.
Swiss Protestants Support]
United Jerusalem Capital
By TAMAR LEVY
GENEVA (JTA) A Protestant churchl
movement, the Schweiz Israel Shalom, has initiated al
petition drive to collect signatures in favor of united!
Jerusalem and calling for the expulsion from Switzerland
of the Palestine Liberation Organization delegate in|
Geneva.
The petition, which will be forwarded to the Swiss
government, calls on Swiss authorities to recognize united
Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
IT ALSO STATES that, given Switzerland's
neutrality, the illegal terrorist activities of the PLO
cannot be condoned. "'Thus we demand that the Swiss
government expel without delay Daud Barakat, the PLO
observer to the UN in Geneva, and that the PLO office in
Geneva be closed," the petition states.
Pastor Adolphe Hunziker, the spiritual leader of the
Le Reveil church in Geneva, who distributed the petition
to his congregation, said: "We do not have any illusions
that our gesture will change things, but it is the least we
can do to show our support for Israel." Hunziker and
members of his congregation visit Israel annually.
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January 4,1981
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Jewish Cultural Festival Jan. 26
m
> St hachman
Irtinit (Sennet
Schachman, Gennet
Appointed To
Boca Teeca Campaign
nan Stone. General
nanol the Federation. UJA
Campaign, announces the
jjntrm-ni ol Bernie Schach-
as the General Chairman for
|Bocu Teeca Division and
Gennet as the Honorary
nan
hachman is a retired tech-
printing broker from
delphia In that city, he was
dent nl the Men's Club of
;regat ion Rodeph Shalom.
President of the University
ol B'nai B'rith and was
i in ihr Union of American
vw Congregations Regional
br> Division. This past year,
as co-chairman of the Israel
drive for Hoc a Teeca.
And Bernard Pacter. Kdwin
Pizer. Irving Kit kin. Jules Roch-
lin. Allan Rosenberg. Hill Schul-
l>erg. Max Shuster. Hyman
Singer. Nathan Solodar. Ben
Solomon. Ix>uis Starikov. Reuben
Viener. Mayer Weinshank.
Jerome Wittenberg. Charles
Woodman. Harvey Zamelsky.
The Jewish Cultural Festival
sponsored by Florida Atlantic
Unrversity-Hillel Foundation in
cooperation with the Community
Relations Council of the South
County Jewish Federation is fast
approaching a sell out. A limited
supply of tickets is being made
available to the adult Jewish
community of South County. The
remaining seats will be sold to
Florida Atlantic University
students. The Festival will begin
Monday night. Jan. 26 with the
production. From Shtetl to
Stage Door." The program traces
Jewish music from Eastern
Europe through Broadway and
wilj be narrated by Jack Gottlieb.
This noted American composer
was Leonard Bernstein's assist-
ant at the New York Philhar-
monic from 1958 to 1966.
The second production of the
Jewish Cultural Festival will be
held on Tuesday night. March 3
and will present the Moshe Shur
Trio. Shur is a singer of Hassidic.
popular Hebrew. Yiddish and
American music.
The third production will be on
Monday night. March 23 and will
present the Giora Feidman Trio.
Prior to their engagement in
POC Sent to Siberia
NEW YORK (JTA) Igor Guberman. who was
sentenced last March to five years imprisonment in a
labor camp and had his property confiscated, has been
released from the camp and sent to internal exile in
Siberia where he will serve a 16-month term, according to
i is a member of the Bar tne Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry and the Union of
State ol \ew Jersey and is Councils for Soviet Jews. His exact location is at present
unknown.
In another development, Simon Shnirman, 23, who
was arrested May, 1978, was released from a labor camp
Nov. 29 after completing a two and a half year sentence on
charges of draft evasion.
bard Memlwr of the United
rof Boca Raton, a member of
lie Beth El. Gennet was last
co-chairman for the UJA-
ation campaign in Boca
He has also been a mem-
of the Boca Teeca Israel
is committee.
hachman stated. "It is our
his year to get even greater
age than we had last year. I
tly feel that we can double
jtoipaign it we put our hearts
"Males into it." Members
(committee are:
(liter Ackerman, Albert
an. Henry Adelman,
*r Iklgrade, Samuel Bell,
Brown. Irving Brown,
ur Child. Max Dresner, Al
son, David Kscovitz.
Harold Goldman, David
Be. Max Greenberg. Martin
man. Mortimer Heutlinger,
kyllildebrand. Philip Hiner-
larry Hochman, Jules
on. Morris Radish, Harry
Kobert Kowetz, Samuel
"son. Ellis Levy, Samuel
. Harry Moskowitz, Justin
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Of the limited seats available
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The cost for all three perfor-
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I Dec. 26
I Jewish War Veterans 10 o m. board meeting
I Dte.27
I Beth-El Singles Adult Ice Skating
Dec. 28
% Brandeis Women Boca Art Tnp. Amateur Theater Temple
:ft Emeth Brotherhood Breakfast South County Jewish Fed-
:* eration Boca WestCocktoil Party -4 to630 p m
I Dec. 30
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 3-doy Tempo New Year's Trip
ij: Yiddish Culture Club Boca 7:30 p.m. meeting South County
:: Jewish Federation 8p.m. board meeting
I Dec. 31
:: Beth-El Singles New Yeors Eve Party.
I Jfl! -
:: HAPPY NEW YEARI
I Jon. 4
S South County Jewish Federation Night Workshop Temple
I Emeth Brotherhood Songs of Broadway Temple Beth El
$ lecture Dr. Fein South Florida Jewish Civil Service Employee*
$ -2 p.m. meeting
I JM.5
| B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 12:30 p.m. boord meeting :
:j: Brandeis Women Boca 9:30a m. board meeting ::
1 Jen.6
| Jewish Current Events Club 2:30 p.m. meeting Temple Beth El 9
I Brotherhood 8 p.m. boord meeting B'nai B'rith Women Boca :j;|
:: 11:30 a.m. brunch and card party Temple Emeth 7 p.m. board |:j:
:.: meetinq B'noi B'rith Lodge Boca Teeca 9:30 a.m. meeting ::
> Yiddish Culture Club Boca 730 p.m. meeting ORT-Bodel
8 7:30 p.m. board meeting :j:j
I Jen.7
: ORT-Regional 9 30 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth Singles :?
:.: Poid-up luncheon South County Jewish Federation Keynoters g
S Invites, South County Jewish Federation Boca Del Mar coffee
:: Free Sons of Israel 7 p.m. meeting ft
Jon. 8
: Hadassah Ben Gurion 10 a.m board meeting Temple Beth El >:
.' Singles board meeting Temple Emeth Sisterhood noon ;X
meeting Temple Beth El 8 p.m concert series Pioneer >j:
.; Women Zipporah noon meeting ORT-Sandalfoot 2 p.m.
meeting :j:|
Jen. 9
Jewish War Veterans 10 a m meeting *j
Jen.11
Temple Beth El Brotherhood 10 a.m. meeting Temple Beth El $
Brotherhood 10 a.m. Congregant of Year Award Temple :;
Emeth 7 p.m installation of officers South County Jewish :>
reaeratior. 4 p rr. Pines North Cock'ail Party
Jen.12
:.3'noi Toran Congregation 7:30 p.m. board meeting ORT Boca ::
.East 1 p.m. meeting ORT Beth El 6:30 p.m. Joi Alai
Jen.13
Jewish Current Events Club 2 p.m. meeting ORT Delray ;X
12:30 p.m. board meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood 7:30
p.m. meeting Yiddish Current Events Club Boca 7:30 p.m. >>
meeting Brandeis Women Boca University on Wheels ;X
Brunch Pioneer Women Boca East 12:30 p.m. meeting
,' Hodassah Ben Gurion Luncheon at Boca Logo
Jan. 14
irandeis Women Boca University on Wheels Hadassah -
Aviva 10a.m. board meeting ORT-Delray -trip
Jen.15
Hadassah Ben Gurion 12:30 p.m. meeting Temple Beth El *
Sisterhood meeting ond coffee Haaassah Menachem Begin :|:|
unch noon ft
Jen. 16
South County Jewish Federation 10:30 a.m Women's Division >|:
Advance Gifts Luncheon Pioneer Women Beershebo Club X-
Weekend to West Coost S
Jen.17
; Pioneer Women Beershebo Club Weekend to West Coast ::
ORT All Points Night at Pompano Raceway
Jen. 18
Jewish War Veterans Israel Bond Breakfast Temple Emeth ::
Sisterhood Billie Heyman 8 p.m. Pioneer Women Beer- -x
hebc Club Weekend to West Coast Temple Beth El lecture -
3rof. Fackenheim
Jen. 19
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 12:30 p.m. meeting B'nai B'rith fo
rVomen Boca 10:30 a.m. board meeting Pioneer Women ;X
Beershebo Club 12:30 p.m. board meeting
lea. 20
iewish Current Events Club 2 p.m. meeting Hodossah Boca
VXariv 2 p.m. meeting Yiddish Culture Club Boca -730 p.m
eetmg ORT Bodel 7:30 p.m. moeting ORT All Points -
Jen. 21
Brandeis Women Boca 10 a.m. University on Wheels ORT |
Regional 9:30 a.m. board meeting Temple Beth El 8 p.m. ::::
concert series Hadassah Aviva Paid-up membership lunch :j:j
Temple Emeth Brotherhood Joi Alai ::
Jen. 22
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 7 p.m. meeting Jewish War ;X
Veterans Delray 7 p.m. meeting Pioneer Women Zipporah
- 10 a.m. board meeting Brandeis Women Boca 1 p.m.
meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. board meeting
Brandeis Women Boca 1 p.m card party Hadassah Ben
Gurion lunch at Boca Del Mar noon
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Jon. 23
B'noi Torch Congregation 6:30 p.m. Shabbat dinner
War Veterans 10 a.m. board meeting
Jewish
Jen. 24
South County Jewish Federation Annual Dinner Dance p.m.
Jen. 25
Brandeis Women Boco 4 p.m. card party, art trip, amateur
theater Temple Emeth Brotherhood breakfast
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ORT Boca East 12:30 p.m. meeting Sooth County Jewish
Federation Community Relations Council stage production at I
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Six Anti-Israel
Resolutions Scored
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) The General
Assembly has adopted a
resolution, one of six anti-
Israel resolutions, calling
for an urgent Security
Council meeting to rescind
the deportation of two
West Bank mayors, Fahd
Kawasme of Hebron and
Mohammed Milhim of Hal-
houl. as well as Kadi (Mos-
lem judge) Rajeb Buyud
Tamimi.
The three were originally
deported May 3, a day after
Religious
Directory
TEMPLE BETH 6L OF BOCA RATON.
333 SW Fourt Avenue. Boca Ra'on,
Fla. 33432 Reform. Phone 391 8900
Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Cantor Mar>n
Rosen Sabbath Services. Fridav at
8 15 p m. Saturday, 9:15 a.m. Torah
Study with Rabbi Merle E Singer
10 30 a.m Sabbath Morning Services.
TEMPLE SINAI. At St. Paul's
Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton
Ave., Delray. Reform. Mailing
Address; P.O. Box 1901, Delray
Beach, Fla. 33444. Friday at 8: IS p.m.
Rabbi Samuel Silver. President
Lawrence Sommers. 272 2908
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA.
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray
Beach 33446. Orthodox Harry Silver.
president Services daily 8 a.m. and Z
p.m. Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m
Phone 499 7407 Temple No 499 9229.
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION. 1401
NW 4th Ave., Boca Raton. Fla 33432
Phone 392 8544 Rabbi Nathan
Zelizer Sabbath Services Friday at
8 15p.m.. Saturday a!9:30a.m.
terrorists in Hebron am-
bushed and killed six
yeshiva students and
wounded 16 other.
THE DEPORTATION of the
two mayors was upheld two
weeks ago by the Israeli Supreme
Court which also issued a non-
binding recommendation that
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
reconsider the case and allow the
mayors to remain on the West
Hank to test their promise to
abide by Military Government
regulations. Begin, acting in his
capacity as Defense Minister,
ignored the non-binding recom-
mendation and expelled the
mayors Dec. 5.
The same Assembly resolution
also condemned Israel for policies
against Palestinian Arab stu-
dents and charged that Israeli
troops fired "on defenseless stu-
dents, causing many casualties"
during a week of rioting and
tensions on the West Hank fol-
lowing the expulsion of the
mayors.
The resolution also condemned
what il termed measures of
repression against universities in
the administered territories. The
vote on this resolution was 117-2,
with Israel and the United States
opposing, and 25 abstentions,
mainly West European countries.
TEMPLE EMETH OF THE DELRAY
HEBREW CONGREGATION. 5780
west Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach,
Fla 33444. Phone 498 3534 Bernard
A Silver Rabbi. Beniamin B. Adler,
Cantor Sabbath Services: Friday at 8
p.m., Saturday at 9 am Daily Min
van* at 8-45 a.m. and Sum.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM Mailing
Address: P.O Box 134, Boca Raton
33432 Located in Century Village
Boca. Services Fridays 530 p.m,
Saturday 9 a.m. Nathan Weiner,
president 482 7207
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Hadassah Medical OrKanud
luncheon on Thursday. Jan i
noon at the Challen
Restaurant at Poinciana Cou
Club, Lake Worth, to help i
funds. AU members and t
friends are invited to attend.
In order to carry out
program. Hadassah Me
Organization, needs money. 1_
projected budget for 1980-8II
twelve million dollars. HadasJ
Medical Organization treats!
only the Jews in Israel but!
human beings in the
regardless of race.creed or c
The progress and dedicate
Hadassah Medical Organizati
is memorable. Recently four |
wings were dedicated in a ah.
day at Haddassah-Hebn
University Medical Center.'
house laboratories for Int
Medicine and Clin
Biochemistry plus a
Department. Additionally
newly built-up Clinical
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therapy. The unit also
Rheumatology Clinic, an I
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I featured speaker. Mrs. Rose Viener. Reuben V tener, Chairman of the event Over $25 000 was raised
jielWI UJA Federation Campaign.
Soviet Jewry Rally
of the hundreds of.feus who attended the recent Sonet Jewry Rally listen to Arkady Fncdlandera
it Siwiet .leu ish refugee who settled in South County thank the local Jewish community /or the help
the has received in relocating here. Looking on arc Mira Lifshitz and her two children who have also
ll\ arrived from the Soviet Union and reside in South County. Both families were relocated under
tupices of the Sonet Resettlement Program of the South County Jewish Federation.
Children's Chanukah Play
Concert Series at
Temple Beth El
Tempi* Beth El of Deiray
Beach announces a concert series
o performances
On Sunday. Feb. I.u8 p.m..
liana Vered will perform. Yered is
a pianist whose briikam tech-
Hnbmed kb sensitive
touch of a poet. She has appeared
ith outstanding orchestras
throughout the country and in
England The London Dailv
Triegraph commented. Man
\ered combines Iceberg and
Volcano.
On March 29. at 8 p-m the
series will present the Hoffman
Family Players Six soloists in a
single family form a musical
liaison that provides audiences
an opportunity to hear an en-
M of the first grade of the South County Jewish Community Day School telling the story of
hh in play form at the recent South County Women's Division Lducation uay
is unique ui
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semwe that
concert world.
All seats are reserved. Seats
are available for bath concerts at
a combined pnee of 815. SIX. and
For more information, call
Temple Emeth at the special box
office number. 498-7422
Israel Histradut
Leadership Luncheon
Irving Gordon, southeastern
regional director of lsreal His-
tadrut. announced the formation
of the IVerfield-Delray Beach
Histadrut Council, at a leader-
ship luncheon held at the home of
Or and Mrs. William Kropf of
IVlray Beach.
Gordon stated, the following
friends of Israel and Histradrut
accepted leasership roles in the
newly formed council and will
. him and his office in co-
ordinating council activity in the
area. Boca Raton and the Palm
Heachaa.
They are: Or. William and
Beatrice Kropf. Mildred and
Louis Heifitz. Fsther and
V\ Uliam CasseJL Charlotte and
Kul>> Cohen. Lillian Braunstein
Fishnwn. llyman and Sadie
Stegel and Mildred and Phillip
Sahl
The new council will join the
Greater Miami and North Hade-
Brow ard Councils as a part of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida Dave Silverbush. presi-
dent and Nat Lacox executive
vice-president of the Broward
Council, announced that a fourth
Histadrut Council will shortly be
lormed in the Sunrise-Tamarac
area of South Florida.
In welcoming the councils
chartered members of the board.
Gordon reported that there are
currently active Histadrut coun-
cils in -18 states, including Hawaii
and Alaska, conducting annual
campaigns on behalf of the com-
prehensive health, education and
social service programs ol Hista-
drut in Israel. Gordon stated.
That Histadrut Kapat Holims
16 major hospitals and 1.200
clinics throughout Israel, provide
the latest and most comprehen
sive health coverage for 2.750.000
Jewish. Christian, and Arab
citizens, over 80 percent of
Israels population."
Anyone desiring additional in-
formation may call Esther
CasseU at 498-1810 or Millie
Heifitz at 172-4729. or the South
Florida Histadrut office. 531-
8702.
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Kuvin: 'Malaria Threatens United States'
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research toward
PALM BEACH Dr.
Sanford F. Kuvin. Palm Beach
physici&n and head of the
Sanford F. Kuvin Centre for the
Study of Infectious and TropicaJ
Diseases of the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem says. "Here in
south Florida we have the right
mosquitoes, the right environ-
ment, the right reservoirs of in-
fection to pose a potential health
hazard."
Kuvin. a recent volunteer for
the International Rescue Com-
mittee in Thailand, initiated the
first cooperative research pro-
gram between the Thailand
government and the Kuvin
Centre He serves as interna-
tional chairman of the board and
Mipervised teaching, treatment
and research programs at the
I'rmersity last summer.
According to Kuvin. These
Sanford Kuvin
tropical diseases cause more
death and disability in the world
than all the other diseases com-
bined. We count our dead and
disabled in the thousands but the
rest of the world counts them in
Del Mar UJA-Federation
Campaign January 7
Dr Morris Siegel announces an
organizational coffee for the Boca
Del Mar 1981 L'JA Federation
campaign on Jan. 1 at his home
in Camino Woods.
Siegel comments. There are
over 40 villages in Boca Del Mar
and it has been very difficult for
our Federation to organize cam-
paigns in such new and fluid
communities
We have a goal to organize as
many new campaigns in Bocal
Del Mar as is possible this year
on behalf of UJA-Federation.
Harold Mint/. Max Halpert and I
are attempting to create a Boca
Del Mar Division that will have
some impact on this campaign.
Anyone living in any of the
villages of Boca Del Mar and
interested in L'JA work should
contact me or the South County
Jewish Federation office."
the millions. Kuvin. also associ-
ate professor of medicine at the
University of Miami Medical
School, said that. "The south-
eastern school is embarking upon
an ambitious program in tropical
medicine. Malaria killed almost
two million people last year wlth
over 200 million cases. "
Dr. Kuvin said that. "With
over 300.000 South East Asian
refugees already in the country,
and 7.000 more a month coming
in. plus the recent influx of
Cuban and Haitian refugees, plus
jumbo jets arriving in Miami
even.' half hour from abroad
plus our expanding military and
7.000 Peace Corps volunteers
abroad well certainly this
country is no longer vacuum
packed, and tropical diseases are
again a potential threat to the
United States and especially
Florida."
Dr. Kuvin stressed that not
enough research funding has
been forth-coming from the
United States government basi-
cally because many Americans
believe these diseases only occur
in underdeveloped countries
which he added "is totally in-
correct."
"I believe." he said, "that the
public health of this nation can be
adversely affected by these
diseases in the near future."
"Dengue, a severe viral disease
known as break bone fever" has
already entered the southern
United States and amoebiasis
and malaria have been editorial-
ized in the local newspapers as a
potential health hazard. 1.500
cases of malaria were reported in
the U.S. last year, a tenfold in-
crease over previous years!"
"I know the U.S. Government
must provide adequate research
funding to our private and public
research capabilities if we are to
maintain the good health of our
nation and of our military." He
noted particularly the recent cuts
in military tropical medical
research and predicted that it will
have an extremely adverse effect
on our military capability unless
these budget cuts are either re-
stored or increased. Dr. Kuvin
said. "Malaria and other tropical
diseases have always disabled
our military more than bullets in
all the wars the U.S. has been in-
volved in. It is extremely im-
portant to increase research
monies now in military and non-
military government and private
tropical medical research projects
because drug resistance to all
malaria medicines is increasing
rapidly worldwide, particularly
in South East Asia and Africa."
The Kuvin Centre for the
Study of Infectious and Tropical
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Hebrew University has
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pants in its important
always welcome
South county
Jewish Federate
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