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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
F.K. Shochet.
Place of Publication:
Boca Raton, Fla
Creation Date:
April 17, 1981

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

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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delrag Beach and Highland Beach
i-Number 8
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, April 17,1981
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Price 35 Cents'
0aLTorah Congregation
holocaust Memorial Service April 30
Torah Congregation,
Ijlf 4 Ave.. in Boca Raton
I be commemorating Yom
^oi on Thursday. April 30 at
|b. with a special memorial
j. The Holocaust
il Day program is open to
munity.
program will begin with a
orative service for the
0ion. Following the service.
Mark Pollick, who is a
student in Holocaust
under the direction of
[Wiesel. at Boston Universi-
1(jll present a slide show
jtled "Journey of Con-
the journey Mr. Pollick made this
past summer to Germany and
Poland with a group of Holocaust
survivors as they returned to
visit the remnants of what once
was a thriving Jewish commu-
nity and to view once again the
concentration camps which
destroyed this Jewish com-
munity.
"Yom Hashoa or Holocaust
Memorial Day this year is April
30. This day is set aside each year
by the world Jewish community
to remember the millions of Jews
and non-Jews who died during
World War II and not to forget,"
said Terri Swartz, Educational
Director of B'nai Torah.
[slide presentation, follows Swartz continues. "In recent
years, quite a number of scholar-
ly works have been published
which "prove" that the
Holocaust, the slaughter of inno-
cent men, women, and children,
did not even occur. We must
work against these statements
and continue to study and learn
more about this era in Jewish
history so that the memory of the
six million will remain alive in our
minds. As Jews we have a
responsibility to mark this day
every year so that the Holocaust
never becomes a faded memory.
We must never forget!"
Swartz stressed that the entire
community is invited to this
important commemoration.
p&ssovea messaoe
from James Baea
Jerusalem Road Rage
id Burg Meet Satmir in Brooklyn?
It is my pleasure to extend this
Passover message on behalf of
the South County Jewish
Federation.
This year the first day of Pass-
over coincides with the first day
of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in
1943. Their courage acts as a
constant reminder that Jewish
survival cannot be taken for
granted.
We thank God that 38 years
later we need not fight the Nazi'
oppresser, but we shall not forget
that we still must struggle on
behalf of the Jewish peoplehood.
Our fellow Jews in the Soviet
Union and Ethiopia depend upon
us for their freedom. Jews in Is-
rael look to us for help in their
constant struggle for economic
and political survival.
At this Passover season as we
celebrate the holiday of Freedom
we at Federation thank the
hundreds of volunteers in South
County who make our work
James B. Baer
easier and through whose work
ill Jews throughout the world
will be free.
JAMES B. BAER
President
ByBENGALLOB
NEWYORK-(JTA) -
spokesperson for the
Hasidim reported
it Interior Minister
Burg of Israel has
privately with Rabbi
the Teitelbaum, the
nar Rebbe, at thr
e's home in Williams
I to discuss recent al
cations started by
sidic Jews protesting
ay traffic on the
ot Road in Jerusalem.
mar Hasidim in this
I have twice staged dem-
otions at the Israeli Conau-
i Manhattan to protest the
s of Hasidim in clashes in
lem and what the spokes-
1 called a "brutal" tear gas
i by police on worshippers
itmar synagogue on Mar. 7
JJeusalem.
R SATMAR spokesperson
'he Jewish Telegraphic
*X that Burg had asked
"Mum to receive him to
s the incidents arising from
nt reactions by Hasidic
s*nen cars appeared on the
Road which passes
' the Mea Shearim section
'sa'em The road carries
' w a Jerusalem suburb.
spokesperson said that
I those present at the Burg-
um meeting were Rabbi
u/^T1, a representative
Wilhamsburg Orthodox
2*y, and Berl Friedman,
ft of the Council of
n Organizations of Boro
%another section of
spokesperson said that the
! police brutality" in Je-
was discussed in detail
,"* loi'K meeting and that
LT, a verbal commitment
Satmar Rebbe that on his
return to Jerusalem, he would
"intervene personally" to resolve
the issue of Sabbath traffic on the
Ramot Road.
THE SPOKESPERSON said
one of the solutions proposed at
the Burg-Teitelbaum meeting
was construction of a second road
which would bypass the Mea
Shearim section. The spokes-
person said he was informed that
Burg had left Tuesday on his
return trip to Israel.
During the meeting, Burg tele
phoned Rabbi Yitzhok Weiss,
leader of the Orthodox rabbinate
of Jerusalem, urging that Weiss
act to postpone further Hasidic
demonstrations. The
spokesperson told the JTA that
Weiss had given Burg a commit-
ment to prevent additional
demonstrations, on a temporary
basis. The sookesoerson noted
that there had been no demon-
strations on the Sabbath
weekends of Mar. 14, Mar. 21 and
Mar. 28.
The spokesperson was asked
for comment on the statement by
Shmuel Moyal, a spokesman for
the Israel Consulate in New
York, that Satmar Hasidim had
deluged the Consulate for a week
last month with telephone calls
filled with obscenities and curses,
and another report that the Hasi-
dim had denounced Israel, during
heir Mar. 9 protest at the Con-
sulate, as "Nazi."
The spokesperson rejected the
complaint by Moyal that the
callers were Satmar Hasidim. He
pointed out that anonymous calls
provided no way to determine the
identity of callers. He flatly
denied the charge that Satmar
demonstrators had used the term
"Nazi" to describe Israel.
Israel Must Accept Independent
Palestinian State
WASHINGTON (ZINS) the latest study by
the Hoover Institute, a research body dealing with Middle
East problems, declares that the Israel Arab conflict
must be solved by impressing upon Israel an acceptance
of an independent Palestinian state. Should Israel refuse
to cooperate in this solution, the study says, then the
United States should suspend all economic and military
aid to the Jewish state.
A SPOKESMAN for the Institute characterized the
findings of this study as "Ronald Reagan's Bible." A
Palestinian state may not be the ideal solution to the
Israel Arab conflict, the study asserts, but it is the best
answer under existing conditions in the Middle East.
"An independent Palestinian state will serve the same
purpose for the Palestinian refugees that the Jewish state
served for those Jewish refugees after World War II, the
study declares, noting:. "Once the Palestinian state is
established it will put an end to Israel's claims for historic
rights to the West Bank provinces of Judea and Shomron.
Peru in Warning
If Ecuador Buys Kfirs from Israel
By JAIME REIBEL
BOGOTA, Colombia,
(jTA I The Commander
of the Peruvian Air Force,
Lt. Gen. Luis Arias
Graziani, has warned that
if Israel sells Kfir fighter
jets to Ecuador, Peru will
expand its Air Force to
maintain an "equilibrium."
Graziani raised the possibility
of an arms race between the two
uneasy neighbors following the
conclusion of an official eight-day
visit to Peru by Italian Air Force
Chief General Alberto Bertoluchi
late last month. Graziani said "If
imbalances are produced (with
Ecuador), Peru will try all
manner of maintaining the
equilibrium (of forces)."
IN JANUARY and February.
Peru and Ecuador skirmished at
three border posts in the disputed
territory of the Cordillera del
Condor, which separates their
two countries in a thick, un-
charted jungle zone. Relations
have been strained between the
two Andean nations since 1942.
In that year they ended a war
fought over the Amazonian
jungle region they had both
claimed, by signing the Protocokj
de Rio de Janeiro. Ecuador sub-
sequently abrogated the treaty,
claiming that unfair terms had
been forced on it by the signatory
powers: the United States,
Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
Military sources in Lima claim
that several months ago Ecuador
signed a contract to buy a
squadron of 20 Israeli Kfir fighter
jets. Nevertheless, Israel's
Ambassador to Peru, Gideon
Tadmor, categorically denied the
report by stating "there has not
been any plane sale to Ecuador."
UNCONFIRMED reports orig-
inating in Lima allege that
several months ago when
Ecuador's interest in the Kfir
became apparent, Peru sent
Javier Alva Orlandi, second vice
president of the country, to Israel
to "block or delay" the sale. On
his return to Peru, Alva Orlandi
announced the success of his
mission.
Now, according to Peruvian
Congressional, Deputy Miguel
Angel, if the Israeli-Ecuadorian
arms sale is concluded, the Con-
gress will ask the Peruvian Chan-
cellory to break relations with
Israel for "disloyalty" to Peru.
Peru is presently negotiating a
comprehensive military package
with Italy that would include the
technical training of Peruvian Air
Force pilots, the sale of 14
MACHI M-339 trainer planes.
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The Jewish Floridian of South C6unty
Organizations In The News
For information on Area Organizations
Please carl South County Jewish Federation
in Boca Raton 368-2737
Fr'day. April ]
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Delray Beach chapter will hold
iis annual Paid Up Membership
Luncheon and Installation of
()ifi(crs at ihe Challenger in Lafie
Worth on April 27 at 12:30 p.m.
Ml members in good standing are
cordially invited.
Boca Raton chapter will hold
their annual installation of of-
ficers and induction of new
members on Thursday. April 30
al 12 p.m. at Gibby's. 2900 NE
12th Terrace and Oakland Park
Rd Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Ruth
Wallace will perform the instal-
lation of officers and Mrs. Ruth
Goldberg will induct new
members. The following officers
will be inducted: Mrs. Norm*
Rifkin-Pres., Mrs. Lily Seligson
Mrs. Louise Cohen. Mrs. Ruth
Mreidenbach, Mrs. Pearl Beck
and Mrs. Mickey Gelman-Vice
Presidents, Mrs. Miriam Silver-
man. Hoc. Sucly., Mrs. Miriam
Silverman. Cores. Secty.. Mrs
Klsic Ordower and Treasurer
Mrs Sylvia Shershoff. For
Iteservul ions contact Mrs. Ann
Cazes or He nee Left (in
BRANDEIS WOMEN'S
The Delray Branch will be
holding a brown bag picnic
(drinks provided) on May 3 at 10
a.m. at Lake Ida Park. Congress
Ave. Fun and games are the
program and the entire member-
ship is welcome. Interested in
becoming a member? Call Etta
Kurlandder or Frances
Aronovitz.
The Boca Raton Chapter has
acquired the best seats at the
War Memorial Auditorium in Ft.
Lauderdale for the Sunday, April
26 performances of a new
production of Verdi's "La
Traviata" by the New York City
Opera under the direction of the
superb Beverly Sills The Ameri-
can Savings Bank is sponsoring a
Wine .ind Cheese party at the end
ol tin' matinee and before the
evening performance to greet the
cast Reservations limited.
Donation $25 for either the af-
ternoon or evening seating. For
information call Eleanor Seltzer
between 5-7 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
The Beth El Singles Today are
planning a Pina Colada Party
April 25. There is also to be a
Board Meeting April 20. For
further information, call Eileen
Press.
TEMPLE SINAI
The sisterhood will have their
next meeting on Monday. April
27 at Pompey Park, 11th Ave.
and 2nd St., Delray at 12:30 p.m.
Nominations of new officers and
a very interesting program is
planned. All are welcome. For in-
formation call Mary Menkin or
Grace Gilbert.
Former Hadassah President
Mrs. Max Matzkin will take part
in a dialogue with Rabbi Samuel
Sih er at the May 8 service which
takes place at St. Paul's Episco-
pal Church. Delray. The dialogue
will touch upon the 33rd anni-
versary of the State of Israel and
the film. "The Chosen" which
will have a worldwide series of
openings May 11. The film is
being sponsored by a cluster of
Jewish organizations in con-
junctions with Israel'a birthday.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The Palm Beach County
Region will meet 10 a.m
Tuesday. April 28 at the Commu
nity Room, Town Center. Boca.
The topic will be "Decen-
tralization ". The Palm Beach
Region of Women's American
ORT will decentralize into a
North and South Region. The
new South Region will include
chapters in Boca Raton. Delray
Beach and Highland Beach.
Elect ion of officers, naming of the
new South Region and choosing
an office site, will take place at
the meeting. Refreshments will
lie served and all members of the
Region are welcome.
Ceremonies Mark New
Stamp for Dr. Silver
NEW YORK (JTA) Ce-
remonies here and in Israel
marked the issuance by the Israel
government of a commemorative
stamp honoring Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver, the American
Zionist leader who was the presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America from 1945-47, headed
the United Jewish Appeal and
played a crucial role in getting
the United Nations to adopt the
Partition Plan in 1947 which led
to the establishment of the State
of Israel.
The 3.20 Shekel stamp bearing
the portrait or "Silver went on
sale in ceremonies held in New
York at the Jacob and Libby
Goodman ZOA House. Ivan
Novick. ZOA president, said that
Silver, who died in 1963. "perso-
nified the decisive political con-
Israel's Answer to Karate
To be Introduced Here
KRAV MAGA Israel's
answer to karate will be intro-
duced to Miami Beach on Thurs-
day. Apr. 16. as part of a nation-
wide tour in which six Israeli
champions will demonstrate this
hand-to-hand method of self-
defense for the first time in
America.
Krav Maga. loosely translated
as "close combat." was develop-
ed for the Israeli Defense Forces
by Emi Lichtenfeld. now 71. who
will lead the demonstration here.
Krav Maga is also taught to boys
and girls in schools throughout
Israel.
THE FREE demonstration
which is accompanied by a slide
film and a question and answer
and discussion period, will begin
at H p.m. in the Russell Jewish
Community Center. 18900 NE
25 Ave.
South County Celebrates
Israel Independence Day
Sunday, May 3
Community Walk-9:45 a.m.-From Boca Raton City Hall
(Palmetto Park Road and 2nd Ave.I1
To Temple Beth El (S.W. 4th Ave.).
Publicly Proclaims our Solidarity
Plenty of Free Parking to City Hall
(In case ol rain program will bagin al Temple Bath El al 10:15 a.m.)
Gala Show
Featuring
Distance Shores
10:30 a.m. at Temple Beth El FREE TO PUBLIC
PLUS
Food Booths-Israeli
Falafel, American Food
Arts and Crafts Booths
Game Booths for
Children Free
Magician Shows Free
Hershel Bernardi Film
on Israel Free
Organization
Information Booths
Riverside
Memorial Chapel Inc./Funeral Directors
For generations a symbol
of Jewish Tradition
M-'
*m
ifc';S
tribution of American Jewry to
the State of Israel's struggle for
independence."
The official ceremony in Israel
took place at Kfar Silver, near
Ashkelon, named after Silver and
sponsored by the ZOA. Repre-
senting the ZOA was its execu-
tive vice chairman, Leon
Ilutovich, and members of the
Kfar Silver board.
In paying tribute to Silver,
Novick recalled that as president
of the Jewish Agency Executive
New York Silver appeared before
the United Nations on behalf of
world Jewry. "He took upon
himself the heavy burden of con-
vincing members of both parties
in the U.S. Congress, the Admin-
istration, and delegates to the
United Nations of the justice of
Zion restored" Novick said.
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Peter Kramer. executive
director of the nonprofit
American Association for Krav
Maga, said the lour is the first
step in acquainting the U.S.
public and particularly
nembers of the American Jewish
ommunit} with this inno-
/ative Israeli martial art. which
ombines karate, judo and kung
ptu with its own special moves
A six week course in Krav
Maga will be conducted in Israel
beginning mid-July for American
teachers of physical education,
Kramer said. The teachers who
complete the course will be quali-
fied to become Krav Maga in-
structors themselves in
schools. Jewish centers. YMH As
and other institutions.
"It is our hope through thii j
lour to interest a group of physi
cal education instructors to study
Krav Maga in Israel this summer
and return home to teach it in
their Jewish institutions."
Kramer said, adding:
"Krav Maga can help its
students learn to defend
themselves and lead safer, more
confident lives. We believe the
introduction to our country of
this latest export from Israel will
also strengthen the bonds of
friendship between America and
the Jewish state"
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17.1981
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
nation Phone-A-Thon Raises $50,000
Kupp<'rman and
U.HHT co-chairmen of
rJffin Phon-A-Thon,
P**10" .er $50,000 was
thai
jiirinp
a week's period of
500 new gifts were
A total of over 800
wre received from the
,V .a? the largest single
gfri of solicitation for a
UAH in the history of the
Iftuntv Federation.
Lrman and Meltzer
H|hal the success of the
jTlion is attributable to
Kfods of people working
r!j,ones and behind the
jiiinxople want to thank
i-gal community for its
1 and the workers in
,ilso stressed that with-
cooperation of South
| Jewish organizations a
jon of this magnitude
t have succeeded.
following volunteers
i the Phon-A-Thon
Albert. Ida Abrahams,
lAppelbaum, Sydney A.
Ruth Ackerman,
Arfiner, and Margie
Got Barnett, Gertrude
B.Rita Bagus, Don Berger,
i Brown, Pat Braun, Gene
Dr. Arnold Berliner,
iBerliner. Sadie Burowsky,
i Britman. Marianne Bo-
Ed Bobick, Matilda
Sadie Bodin, Ralph
llBbck. Man,' Bressler, Ann
Ben Bussin, Evelyn
Also. H Philip Cohn.
Cohen. Cary Cohen, Ruth
Blanche Cayman, Fanny
Eric Deckinger, Rhoda
Beulah Eisen, Helen
k Shirley Enselberg, Frieda
Vivian Fa Ik. Bess Fein-
lEsther Filhennan, Florence
Itq;. Tila I'llilman. Anna
1 nmnrjii. Sclma Forman,
h Kishrr. Mlysha Ferell,
fiMl.Kn-.lvM I ihiII.iihI.
. David Goldberg, Spencer
Gellert, Sylvia Gilbert, Jerry
Gilbert. Betty Glaser. Jean
Golden, Sidney Gerber, Johana
Gerber, Helen Goldstein, Pauline
Gertman, Irving Gray, Jean
Gray, Ann Greenspan, Harriet
Halpert, Toby Hertz, Edna
Hopfan, Judith Herman, Sally
Hurwitz, Faye Heutlinger, Morty
1 lent linger. Belle Isakoff, Yetta
Karp, Ben Karpen, Adeline
Kamen, Harold Kaye, Leo
Kierstein.
Also, Fran Kessler, Hortense
Klein, Mae Kanners, Lillian
Kupferman. Herman Kobland,
Dorothy Kirshner, Joe Klein, Rae
Kobland, Arn Krainin. Rose
Kreiner, Sol Kravitz, Ida
Kravitz, Irene Krieger, Edna
l.a/.ar, Sylvia Lake, Barbara
Lein, Pearl Levine, Irv Levine,
Sylvia Levine, Lou Levine, Ella
Levy, Jane Leventhal, Betty
Lipman. Freda Light, Frances
Levine, Mr. Levine. Linda Louis,
Ida Lowenbraum, Ann Lowinger,
Charlotte Levinson, Celi Levin.
Also, Lil Metch, Ann Maneza,
Harold Marron, Sylvia Morris,
Morris Morris, Ann Moss, Helen
Mandel, Ixwise Medwin, Rose
Medwin, Caroline Moritz, Ellie
Marcus, Esther Orifice, Esther
Omansky, Al Omansky, Norma
Packer. Hy Packer. David Perl-
berg, Harry Palomkin. Helen
Perlberg. Lynn Persoff, Eileen
Press, Lucy Press. George Press.
Hue Rosenberg, Rose Rifkin, Lee
Rosenberg, Arnold Rosenthal,
Burt Rosenthal, Diane Rosen-
thai. Ted Rosenberg.
Also, Ann Strinfan, Joe
Schenk. Ruth Schulman, Lil Sch-
wimmer, Sam Schwimmer, Linda
Seligman, Brenda Singer, Mike
Shaw. Ruth Shaw. Marion
Silverman. Esther Simon, Naomi
Sacks. Bernard Sacks, Sylvia
Schwartz, Ceil Schear, Peter
Smith. Dr Murray Siegal. Larry
Sommer. Ann Stringban, Frank
Solomon, Helen Sorblum, Vivian
Stone, Marion Tobin, Sylvia
Thayler, Rose Viener, Joseph
Wallace, Sylvia Waldner, Fran
Waterman, Aaron Wender,
Gladys Weinshank, Mayer
Weinshank, Miriam Weine and
Edith Wetchler.
Extremists on Both Left.
Right Become Activist
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Left and right
political extremists are
resorting to the "level of
direct action" in a resur-
gence of neo-Nazism and
anti-Semitism in Europe
and much of their propa-
ganda material comes from
the United States, Simon
Wiesenthal declared here.
The 72-year-old Nazi-
hunter from Austria urged
that the U.S. adopt legisla-
tion against racial hatred as
a means to help prevent the
spread of anti-Semitism.
Wiesenthal received a standing
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At a recent South County Jewish Federation Del-Aire Men's Division
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and Al Levis, Del-Aire committee member. _
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ovation from approximately
2,500 persons, mainly of college
age, at George Washington
University here where he spoke
under the auspices of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation on the
campus.
The extremists operating in
France, Austria, Germany, and
Scandinavian countries and other
areas' of Europe "cannot exist
without the printed propaganda"
from the U.S., he said. The
material is supplied in six lan-
guages and is sent to a mailing
list of 50,000 addresses ir
Europe.
WIESENTHAL noted that
West German police recent 1;
raided 2,000 apartments late on
night and found weapons
i munitions and propaganda in tht
German language printed in the
U.S. and also in Canada. The
consequences, he said, include
the descecration of Jewish ceme-
teries, daubing swastikas on
1 Jewish buildings and killings for
foreigners, including innocent
Vietnamese in Hamburg.
Wiesenthal said he found a 15-
year-old German boy with a leaf
! let printed in Lincoln, Neb. He
'said the boy told him that U.S
! policy has changed, ano
I Americans now admire Hitler
Speaking of the rights under the
First Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution, Wiesenthal said the
publishers of hate material in the
U.S. are "abusing the freedom
they have."
He noted that while there is
worldwide cooperation against
the drug traffic, "no cooperation
exists against the poison being
supplied to young people and in
the schools" in the form of anti-
Semitic propaganda.
IN RESPONSE to a students
question, he urged Americans to
write to their Congressmen and
to editors to help offset the wave
of anti-Semitism now stirring the
political climate. He said German
authorities have received 3,000
letters, most of them "not anony-
mous," providing information on
Nazi activists during World War
II.
Responding to a question,
Wiesenthal said the American
television docu-drama "Holo-
caust" was "very, very im-
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diplomat. Raoul Wallenberg who
saved 100,000 Jews from the
Nazis in Hungary during World
War II. He said that Soviet
statements that Wallenberg died
in prison in 1947 after his arrest
by Soviet police in Budapest "up
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Cocktail Party, left to right. Host and committe member Sanford
Huston, Hostess Judy Huston, Mildred Levine, Abner Levine, Del-
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Former Israelis in South Africa
Friday. April 17. 1981
Volume 3
13NISAN 5741
Number 8
Haig's Trip Meant What?
Secretary of State Alexander Haig has sought to
calm the turbulent waters of the Middle East with
his visit there this week. The trouble is that no one
can be sure precisely and to what extent he speaks in
fact for the Reagan Administration.
Secretary Haig's trip was announced long before
the flap between himself and the President over
Haig's all-to-flappable mouth on foreign affairs with-
out first checking.
The trip was also announced long before the
dreadful events of a week ago Monday when,
following the attempted assassination of the
President, Secretary Haig raced to the nation's
television cameras to give us all a faulty lesson in the
succession to the presidency, and to reveal to a
stunned populace that, as of then, "I am in charge."
What remains to be seen is precisely what will
occur upon Haig's return. If his position seems as
solid as it did when Mr. Reagan challenged large seg-
ments of the U.S. Senate over what might have
become a confirmation wrangle.
Until then, one can say little more about the trip
than t hat everyone agreed that those pesky Russkies
are a pain, and nowhere more so than in the Middle
East today, and that includes Poland. Everyone
agreed, Arabs and Israelis, that the threat must be
contained.
Hut no one could manage much on how to deal
with the threat to one another. And short of that,
what could all that positive palaver about the
Russian threat mean anyway no matter what
happens to Secretary of State Haig on his return to
Washington?
Before Attempt on His Life,
Reagan Sent Greeting to JNF
LIBERTY, NY Just a
shori time before the attempt on
his life last week. President
Ronald Reagan. wired
congratulations and greetings tc
the Jewish National Fund cele
orating its 80th anniversary at a
three-day National Assembly
here at Grossinger's.
"I applaud your efforts to sig-
nificantly strengthen the
physical and economic base of Is-
rael." President Reagan declared
"You have inspired the people
and made remarkable strides
transforming wasteland into lush
and productive areas yoi
have my best wishes tor a pro
ductive meeting and a brigh
future."
RESPONDING TO President
Reagan's greetings and to the
tragic occurrence in Washington,
Rabbi William Berkowitz, Presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Fund, wired the White House a
prayer for the President's
recovery and offered expressions
ol support and sympathy to the
Reagan family and the families o'
those wounded in the shooting
attack.
The assassination attempt
cams H the Jewish National
I und climaxed its 80th an-
niversay National Assembly at
which more than $1 million
dollar was pledged tor the work
of tl developing soil le
ment sites in Galilee and new
settlements in the Negev.
A new Ronald Reagan Forest
in Israel was announced at the
Assembly as a prayer for his full
recovery.
MOSHE RIVLIN chairman
of the Board of Keren Kayemel
l.elsriiel. told the more than 300
delegates at the Assembly of the
priority projects requiring
massive commitments of man-
power and money in the months
ahead. 11- outlined plans increas-
ing the network of Mitzpim
outposts in Galilee where it is
imperative to increase the Jewish
presence.
He also detailed the work of
transforming the arid Arava
desert into arable land for more
than a dozen agricultural settle-
ments and stressed JNF's work
in developing sites in the Negev,
icene of intensive settlement
activity in the light of Israels
withdrawal from Sinai
Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, executive
/ice president of the JNF, called
.or new. heightened fund-raising
goals for the INI- and called for
expanding JNF regional re
ntation to meet the
changing pattern of Jewish
population in the U8. The Ji
National Fund is the agi
esixinsible lor afforestation, land
ecuunation and sue preparation
ii t he Land of i
By JOE KUTTNER
London Chronicle Syndicate
LONDON In recent
months. South Africa's
'old established" 20.000
strong community oi
former Israelis has been
augmented by an influx of
scores of a new type of
Israeli settler: topflight
scientists, doctors,
engineers, actuaries and
technicians in various
fields.
Unlike many of the former
group who came to join relatives
or to try their luck in the noldene
medina, they have been lured to
South Africa by a high-powered
advertising campaign conducted
by major corporations ready to
pay top prices and be lavish with
innge benefits for skills which are
unobtainable locally.
THE CORPORATIONS have
placed similar advertisements in
the British, French and Dutch
press, but these have attracted
far fewer applicants than those
from Israel.
In one case, that of the Anglo-
American Insurance Holdings
whose managing director. Dr.
Shlomo Peer, is himself a long-
lime' Israeli emigre more
Israelis (150 in all) applied for
posts as actuaries, computer
experts and technicians than the
total number of other applicants.
And what the corporation
described as their "unquestion-
able expertise made them
welcome recruit-..
The giant Anglo-American
Corporation itself has just im-
ported a group of 20 Israeli
experts in refrigeration and air
conditioning (and their families)
and is in the market for more
engineers and technicians: and
Standard Telephones and Cable
has followed suit with 10
engineers and their families.
THE ADVERTISEMENTS
placed in the Israel Press paint
an alluring picture of a new
promised land "Land of Sun-
shine; world of opportunity," as
Anglo-American Insurance
Holdings describe it.
Sasol. the world leader in oil
from coal technology, which has
just entered the Israeli market
lor a large range of highly m
bed chemical and mec'haS
engineers who will be m
a resettlement allowance
sidised housing and free
insurance highlights
"booming econonn. hi
standard of living, iueai count
superb beaches abundance!
sunshine and wide open sparj
Sasol's present target 100 hr
families
But it is not only whit* Soi
Africa" that attracts the lsraa
They are also being encoura]
to try their Kick ln the
derdevelop black hornela
States established by the
African Government
Almost 1,000 were attrao
recently by advertisema
placed in the Israel Press by1
eastern Transvaal black repul
of BophutaTswana. which 4
looking for a handful of medl
experts and technicians.
SO PLEASED
BophutaTswana with
selection of talent available i
it has just welcomed its fir.v
Israeli experts and their family
Other Israelis are interest
helping pioneer the new ..
structures of the black states!
Yenda and I^ebowa in the
them Transvaal
The South African Zion
Federation, whose raison dt
aliya. has not taken any pub
stand on the new wave of yen
to South Africa \- a matter I
fad it is in the market itself I
an Israeli to edit its official nen
paper, the Zionist Record, Am
vertisement in the Israel Pn
offers an "attraeti
remuneration' to the right mi
who must hav< a success!
background in Zionist affair
\lsd wanted director of
tormation
The Hoard ol Deputies,
cerned (in the words of its pn
ident. Mr V Suzman QCl th
the Jewish community in sou
\frica "is not ml) dwindlinj
but also aging, and there .
Urn no new immigration
for a very substantial number I
Israelis i- considering wjj
and means of trying to indu
this large body ol Israelis
integrate in our country
Religious Charities Condemn Reagan Budget Cuts
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Four major Jewish and
Protestant social service
Federations and Catholic
charities in the metropoli-
tan area condemned
President Reagan's
proposed budget cuts as
unfair, poorly conceived
and unlikely to work.
Sanford Solender. executive
vice president of the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies, told a
press conference at St. Patrick's
Cathedral that if the proposed
budget cuts are fully enacted, the
Federation and its 130 social ser-
vice agencies throughout Greater
New York, serving 1.7 million
people, stand to lose more than
$43 million in federal support for
a wide variety of programs like
day care, foster care, mental
health, nutrition, Medicaid. help
for the disabled and job trainees,
neighborhood preservation, and
other vital services.
FURTHERMORE. Solender
told the prase conference, which
ailed by the Federation.
Catholic Chant its of the Arch
Ol New "lurk. ( athohc
Charities of tai Da
Brooklyn, and the Federation of
tan; Wetter* Agen
22.1 Comprehensive
l.mplovment and 'I ramin,
(CKTAl employes currently
performing essential functions in
Federation agencies will lose
their jobs. In addition, more than
2.500 elderly Jews attending
senior centers in New York City
would no longer be entitled to
services under the proposed bud-
get cuts in Title XX social service
funds, Solender said.
"For the majority of elderly
here in New York. life revolves
around the senior center, where
companionship and the hot meal
are essential to their well-being,"
he pointed out. "Take these ser-
vices away and the elderly will
retreat into isolation." He added
that "the sacrifices the President
is calling for should be shared
equally, not placed on the nacks
of the most disadvantaged."
Bishop Joseph Sullivan of the
Catholic Charities of Brooklyn,
said: "The elderly, our neediest
children, and low-income working
people are being asked to assume
a disproportionate share of the
burden for turning the economy
around."
JOYCE AUSTIN, executive
\ u< president of the Protestant
Federation, stated "It is hard to
understand how the Administra-
tion mus about putting
people back to work when it pro
poses cutting daj can bj 26 per
cent and eliminating several
thousand ("HI \ i
Msgr. James Murray, exe
live director of the New Yo
Catholic Charities, question
both the proposed reduction i
85,000 badly needed nous"
units and the AdministraUr
recommendation for a 20
increase in rents paid i
ndiied tenants. They
understand the realities
short supply and high (
housing for low and mo
income people, said Murray.
The four Federations' la
pointed out that the impact <
President's proposals in
York City will lie devastating^
Nearly 50.000 currently eB
recipients of food stamps
be entirely cut from the pro
Over 200.000 households
see their benefits reduced.
Nearly 12.000 Individ
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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in Brief
Lebanon Fighting Worries U.S. Officials
-ASHINGTON The US.
j w express concern this
r the situation in
where Syrian forcea are
Christian elements.
"Department spokesman
Pvess said the continued
inn* there was -very
line he said, however,
,J*of 11 a.m. EST, the
that went into effect at 6
^ sti|| holding.
I dm, said the U.S. was
LLng the scope of the parties
s seeking to help bring "the
r wan end." He stressed
, the parties with which the
jon is being discussed do
include the Palestine
ilion Organization.
L AVIV Former Foreign
, Moshe Dayan's an-
^amenl Saturday that he
Iran in the June 30 Knesset
0ims at the head of a New
itv Telem (Movement for
ial Renewal I. was greeted
Ji scorn and derision by both
I opposition Labor Alignment
Likud over t he weekend,
ferno for both blocs pre-
I that the new faction was
J to failure as a political
rbut would succeed in frag-
Ming the Knesset so that no
party would be able to
DC I working majority.
I Dyan made his announcement
|i meeting of the Ramah poli-
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Moshe Dayan
said it would work for the estab-
lishment of a broad coalition but
would not demand any specific
portfolios in the next govern-
ment. He named the 15 members
who would stand for election with
him on the Telem ticket.
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Herman Yablokoff. the Yiddish
actor whose plays and songs de-
lighted generations of audiences
in the Yiddish theaters on Second
Avenue on the Lower East Side
during the 1930s and 1940s, died
here last Friday at the age of 77.
Yablokoff. who wrote, produced
and directed many of the plays in
which he appeared, had the gift
for being equally at home in
drama, comedy, and soap opera,
frequently shifting from one to
the other in quick succession in
the same play.
So.netimes. at the height of a
five-handkerchief dramatic scene,
he would ask the audience for
advice on what song he should
sing to express the dramatic
J moment. After listening to nu-
ll mernus suggestions he would
ignore them all and break into the
song that had. all along, been
composed for the occasion.
Horn in Grodno. Poland,
lYablokofl came to this country in
1024 and settled in New York.
NEW YORK A warning
that a "bitter fight is inevitable"
if the Reagan Administration
implements plans to enlarge its
arms package to Saudi Arabia
highlighted expressions of deep
concern among Jewish leaders
about those plans.
The warning came from the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations in a statement by
its chairman. Howard Squadron,
which note "with Alarm" reports
that the National Security
Council had recommended to the
President sale to Saudi Arabia of
air-to-air re-fueling capacity, Air-
borne Warning and Command
Systems (AWACS), "in addition
to Sidewinder missiles and ad-
ditional fuel tanks for the F-15
airplanes sold to Saudi Arabia"
after a sharp Congressional
battle in 1978.
BONN Two major neo-Nazi
rallies scheduled for Sunday were
banned by the Bavarian
authorities. For both rallies,
extreme right-wing activists
announced a public protest action
against a so called "continued
infiltration" on non-German
elements into the Federal
Republic.
Currently there are about four
million foreigners working and
living in West Germany. Along
with anti-Jewish propaganda and
violence, major neo-Nazi activi-
ties concentrate against this
minority, which consists of
Turks, Spaniards, Italians, Viet-
lamese and othe nationalities.
In announcing the ban. the Ba-
varian Interior Minister in
Munich. Tandler. again warned
against increased neo-Nazi
violence registered in recent
months.
place on the campus of Georgia
Southern College in Statesboro
May 17-20.
According to Bernard
Solomon, associate professor of
art at the college, "This is an un-
' precedented first meeting in
nodern history for Jewish
ultural leaders from around the
world at a time when Yiddish
culture is in the very beginnings
if a renaissance."
Only twice before in modern
lewish world history has there
ieen such a gathering, both times
n Europe, he noted.
NCJW Event Apr. 22
Helen X will be the featured
speaker at the Wednesday. April
22 meeting of the Boca-Delray
Section of the National Council of
Jewish Women. Helen has
traveled with the "Moonies." Her
experiences with this cult group
will be the topic. Whan can we
expect from cults? How can we
keep teenagers from joining a
cull? An extraordinarily high
percentage of cult members are
youths from a Jewish family
background.
The meeting will be held at 8
p.m. at B'nai Torah Congrega-
tion. 1401 NW 4 Ave.. Boca
Raton. Admission is free to mem-
liers and people under 18 years of
age. For the general public there
will be a nominal admission price
of $1. Refreshments will be
served.
BONN A joint French-
German borrowing from Arab oil
producers is likely to help pave
the way for arms sales to Saudi
Arabia! unspecified government
'sources said in Bonn. Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt is said to be
strongly in favor of the new
| project of financial and
, economical cooperation, which
would include major German
made arms deliveries, as well as
joint French-German weapons
systems.
The sources largely confirmed
pqwrta that the borrowing would
involve 20 billion Marks. Once
Imude available, the funds would
knot be used to meet budget defi-
cits, but ruther to finance unem-
ployment programs and other
government projects.
ATLANTA Two historical
festivals. 'Celebration of Jewish
Culture in Georgia and the
South" and "Festival of the
Yiddish Spirit." featuring many
of the world's leading Yiddish-
Jewish writers, composers, per-
formers and artist, will take
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port was in mourning as
memorial services were con-
ducted for the 24 officers and
teamen who died when the bulk
carrier Mezada foundered in the
North Atlantic near Bermuda on
Mar S. The worst disaster in the
history of Israels Merchant
Marine.
Flags were lowered to half
mast aboard Israeli and foreign
ships berthed at Haifa port \
anchored in the bay. Families and
friend- ol the deceased assembled
outside the offices of the Zim
Lines. Israels national shipping
company, which owned the
Mezada. There were no eulogies.
But Labor Minister David Levy.
representing the government,
promised that a thorough in-
vestigation would be made into
the sinking of the 660-foot vessel
ito determine why she was lost
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, April]
Schmidt Off to Court Saudi Oil
reciprocate in the political field j
by tightening its relations with'
Riyadh and agreeing to consult,
with the Saudi government on
any future German steps in the
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) -
Chancellor Helmut Sch
midt, scheduled to visit
Saudi Arabia Apr. 27,
hopes to return with offers
of an economic package
deal so beneficial to West
Germany's economy and
industrialists that strong
Bundestag opposition to
projected arms sales to the
Saudis will be defused.
The deal Schmidt is said
to have in mind includes
Saudi guarantees of an
uninterrupted oil supply to
West Germany under
preferc.-tial conditions.
Bonn, for its part, would be
committed to sell Saudi Arabia
thousands of sophisticated ar-
mored vehicles, the newest
German tank, the Leopold II.
and possibly Tornado combat
planes, built by a German-
Italian-British consortium. But
the economic benefits would be of
such proportions as to make the
arms deal appear as only a minor
element of the package.
SCHMIDT IS following this
strategy, according to some ob-
sen era, in order to overcome th
strong political oppostion to the
arms sales within his own Social
Democratic Party (SPDO and its
coalition junior partner, the Free
Democrats IFDPOl.
The latter, headed by Foreign
Minister Hans-Dietrich Gen-
scher. held a congress recently
marked by a fierce battle of
words between supporters and
opponents of arms sales to Saud
Arabia.
In a subsequent vote, op-
ponents of the deal failed to win a
majority for a motion aimed at
Chancellor Schmidt
tightening West Germany's self
imposed limitations on arms
sales to non-members of the
North Atlantic Treaty Alliance
located in "areas of tension" such
as the Middle East.
The economic package Sch
midt is pressing for also includes
a dramatic increase in West
Germany's 500 million Mark
investment in Saudi Arabia's
modernization program and
additional long term credits to
Bonn to cover a widening gap in
its national budge. Bonn would
Middle East.
GOVERNMENT spokesmen
have stressed that Schmidt will
not be in a position to give the
Saudis binding assurances at this
time. But he is said to be under- |
taking the trip not to make final
decisions but to prepare public
opinion for the package deal and
all of its ramifications. He ap-
pears to have support in top
business circles.
The West German Association
of Industrialists has just warned
the government that failure to
respond positively to Saudi
Arabia's arms purchase requests
would have grave consequences
for German firms operating in the
Middle East and adversely affect
the prospects of attracting
civilian orders worth billions of
dollars. A delegation of German
industrialists that recently
visited Saudi Arabia reported
that the Saudis closely link
future arms sales to a wide range
of commercial and economic
relationships with the Federal
Republic.
Israel Wins Europe's Tennis
Championship Cup Second Time
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
\ widly cheering crowd, es-
timated by police at
100,000-150,000 massed
outside City Hall here for ,
the official welcome to the
victorious Tel Aviv Macca-
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ing home after winning
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the hairbreadth score of 80-79
forced Israeli fans to endure
almost excruciating suspense as
their hoopsters came up from
behind. The Italian champions
were leading 34-25 at the end of
the first quarter and 39-37 at half
time. Streets throughout Israel
wen deserted, theaters were
dosed, and public meetings were
postponed while Israelis watched
the match, glued to their
teli \ ision seta,
WHEN VICTORY was
assured seconds before the fin;il
gun. the tension burst and
thousands of youths poured into
the Streets, singing, shouting and
blaring automobile horns in
defiance of local ordinances. Tht
visceral nation of Israelis to the
outcome of a sports event
prompted discussion by
psychologists on radio and
television interviews over the
weekend.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday. April 17

TWA'8 1981 Europe Plans
Include 68 Tour Packages
For 1981, Trans World Airlines is offering 68 Getaway
vacation plans to Europe and the Middle East, including luxury
cruises and off-the-beaten track destinations.
The Getaway program offers three different ways to travel:
freestyle for those who prefer to travel on their own,
escorted motorcoach tours with experienced tour directors,
and
two-in-one trips combining freestyle and escorted tours.
The 15 freestyle plans are available for one or two weeks, and
may combine city visits with River Rhine or Greek Island
cruises. Prices on the freestyle plan range from $198 to $1,298.
Escorted tours come in first-class and economy versions. The
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meals, parties and top cruise ships. The 20 escorted, economy
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bath, and most meals. The 15 to 22-day trips cost from $598 to
$1,698.
TWA's 8 two-in-one tours afford free days to explore on your
own, combined with mini-tours on air-conditioned motorcoaches.
Prices range from $389 to $1,069.
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.April I7'1981
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
paring Your Home for PassoverWhich is Just Around Corner
overthis year begins
"!jay evening, Apr.
Jiday, which cele-
the exodus from
is celebrated at a
^1 at home, where
adah, the story of
dus, is recounted.
.Jewsbegin Passover
, ritual called Bedxkat
U lspvch for chometz or
Ut kosher for Passover)
Lvear is Thursday. Apr
Lvening. a ritual search
VZfU is conducted, and
.[oundin that category
jlhe next morning.
)ON that day. Orthodox
|bld a fast day for Jewish
p males in commem-
, of the tenth plague, the
of the firstborn male
In some congre-
11 special celebration, or
Is conducted following
, participating firstborn
lire permitted to break
Stdorim are held
fey and Sunday. Apr. 18
Among Conservative
nn Jews, there is more
Jlo be only one Seder, the
fa Saturday, Apr. 18, but
lie* a hard and fast rule.
Jcooking and eating utensils
jset aside exclusively for
use, or in some cases
! kosher" in consultation
rabbi
OR FEATURE of the
[to relate, in detail, the
I of the exodus, complete
nbolic reenactment using
r wine, especially-prepared
hand bitter herbs.
bitter herbs, marof
I of either romaine lettuce
(radish, and they comme-
morate the harsh conditions ot
slavery in ancient Egypt. Four
cups of wine are consumed during
the course of the Seder to mark
the redemption of the Jewish
people, the sanctity of the
holiday and events related in the
Haggadah.
All dietary laws remain in
effect until nightfall of the eighth
day of Passover, which this year
will be Sunday, Apr. 26. The in-
termediate days are known as
I Choi Hamoed (nightfall of
Monday, Apr. 20, through
shortly before sundown, Friday,
Apr. 24).
Perhaps the most central food
and symbol of the holiday is
matzoh which is a crisp, flat, un-
leavened bread, made of flour
baked before the dough has had
time to rise.
IT IS the only type of "bread"
which Jews may eat during Pass-
over, and it commemorates the
unleavened bread eaten by the
Jews when they left Egypt in
such a hurry that there was not
time for the dough to rise. Not
only is the matzoh eaten in con-
junction with maror during the
Seder, but also charosis, a
mixture of chopped nuts and
wine, to symbolize the mortar the
Jews used in their enforced
building activities as slaves for
the Pharaohs.
There are other foods which are
also of great symbolic
significance, all displayed on a
special plate: roasted meatbone,
symbol of the Paschal lamb
which was sacrificed in the
Temple, and some also see in it
the "outstretched arm" with
which the Lord, our God took
Israel our of Egypt; karpas the
celery or parsley that is dipped in
salt water reminiscent of the
spring vegetables eaten by our
ancestors at festival meals.
On the Seder table is' also the
Cup of Elijah, a handsome goblet
of wine placed at the table in
honor of the Prophet Elijah,
whose coming will bring peace
and freedom to the world.
During the Seder, the master
of the house reclines on a cushion
while eating and drinking his
wine. It symbolizes the freedom
and independence of the Jewish
people in ancient lands.
SPECIFICALLY for children,
who begin the ceremony by ask-
ing the traditional Four
Questions, to which the
Haggadah story is a reply, there
is the Afikomen. This is a dessert
symbolizing the Paschal lamb
eaten during ancient Passover
celebrations.
It has become the custom for
children to "steal" the Afikomen
and ask "ransom" for its return,
because the Seder can not be
brought to a conclusion without
all participants eating a pert of it
as dessert.
On Passover, it should also be
noted that there are forbidden
foods: leavened bread, cakes,
biscuits, crackers, cereal, coffee
substances derived from cereals,
wheat, barley, oats, rice, dry peas
and beans, and all liquids which
contain ingredients or flavors
made from grain alcohol.
APART FROM dishes with
their very specific restrictions,
the following utensils may be
used:
Silverware made wholly of
metal, if thoroughly scoured and
immersed in boiling water;
glassware, thoroughly cleaned
and soaked in water; metal pots
and pans used for cooking and
not baking, if thoroughly scoured
and immersed in boiling water.
Utensils used for baking and
earthenware, enamelware and
porcelain utensils used during the
year are prohibited among
Orthodox Jews. Conservative
and Reform Jews should consult
their spiritual leaders.
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"day. April]
Filling in Background
Multi-National Force for Sinai
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV UTA) U.S.
Deputy assistant Secretary of
Slab Michael Sterner arrived
here from Egypt to discuss thi
establishment of a multi-national
peacekeeping force for Sinai aftci
Israel completes its withdrawal
from peninsula in April, 1982.
Sterner had two days of discus-
sions on the subject in Cairo. His
talks in Jerusalem were aimed at
uvhieving progress toward an
I rueli-Egyptian agreement in
time lor Secretary of Stati
Alexander Haig'S visits the twi
i "initl ies
Israel Aircraft Industries
Pegged Nation's Largest
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI)
is the country's largest industrial concern, according to a
list of Israel's 100 biggest firms just issued by Dun and
Rradstreel (Israel) Ltd.
THE COMPANIES are listed by their -ales volume.
I M |" lies ,,i $375 million in 1980. Second on the
iist was the Tadiran Electronics firm with sales of $177
million, followed by Tnuva, the milk and dair} products
iv, vs ith $174 million in sales.
01 thi lop 100' list. 64 percent were in the private
sector, '-I percent in the Histadrut cooperative sector
while 12 percent were government-owned corporations.
"When guests 'drop in'
during the holiday...
Tetley Tea makes your
welcome warmer."
This is the holiday when Jewish housewives want
everything to be a "little extra special." The food
is extra good. The house is extra clean. Even the
kids are dressed extra nice. And Tetley tea fits
right in. Because the tiny little tea leaves Tetley
packs into every tea bag gives you extra rich,
refreshing flavor ... the kind of flavor only tiny
tea leaves can deliver. That's why, when friends
and relatives you haven't seen all year drop in to
say hello Tetley tea makes
your welcome a truly warm
one. Tetley a
favorite tea in
Jewish homes
since 1875.
nor"?
C''ifid Koshr for Passover
by Rabbi Jacob Coh#n
TETLEY TEA
A CENTlRY OLD TRADITION
Under I hi- terms of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty of
March, 1979, the U.S. is commit-
ted to create multinational
fiirce if the establishment of a
United Nations peacekeeping
[nice prove-- to be Impossible
Sterner observed on his arrival
here.
WE HAVE to make sure that
a United Nations force is not
available because that is what the
treat) calls for in the first In-
stance I think we have to operate
under the assumption that u UN
force will not be available in the
nt circumstances and there
fore the planning ought t < >
continue foi ;> mult i nal ional
force outside the UN Irame
work.
II' a.i. illuding t<> the \ irlual
.mi> i bat t he Sen i' I nion
-\ ill veto an> resolul km in I hi Se
N < 'oum il -el I ing up ;i I \
|M)lici sin.ii Men'.
h '' uulcl explore i In posai
bib! > "l ut ilizing t he Sinai mili
tart and air bases to be e\ acu-
ii'i! In Uiarl by the multi-
national lorie.
There is a possibility that the
multi-national force would be
able to use i he facilities that are
presently in Sinai" hut "that, of
course. would require the
agreement of the parties.
Sterner said.
HE SAID he would not "be
specific" about the nature of the
facilities. "We are going to look
at them, see what is logical lobe
New
Commander
Dorothy Gardiner, the newly
elected Commander of Delray
Posl 266 ol the Jewish War
Veterans <>l the United States "I
\nierica. is one of (he few female
Commanders within the State ol
la sin i a :.-si(i,.n| ,)t
Poinl. Monaco < I I telraj
Reach and has been a Floridian
for t In pasi 11mi \ ears
Commandei I la rved
hi \n I "Me Branch ol the
ms \rr.)\ Corps during
a II. thi iart ol
' irj to the
Commandei ol Troops, \ii
lit al Sen ice < Command,
An force
Rase, I ).i\ ion.' thii<
Commander Gardiner com
menteii upon assuming her post,
"\l\ project for the year will be
to make Delraj Post 266 an
initialing Post, a participating
Post and a growing Posl
turned over; some of them ob-
viously could be useful to the
multi-national force," he said.
Sterner emphasized that the
facilities would not be used as
\nieiuan bases. This is a peace-
keeping force and any American
participation in it will he in that
context," be said. The question of
the participation of American
personnel in the multi-national
force is one of the matters that is
being discussed with Israeli and
Egyptian officials. Israel re-
portedly favors an American
presence
Israel baa been pressing the
Is in recent months to move
expcdiliously to create the force
and has stated flatly that it
would not be able to withdraw
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17,1981
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 11
ee Purveyors of Hate Literature in U.S., Canada
'YORK (JTA) -
Anti-Defamation
, of B'nai B'rith has
the anti-Semitic
1 seized last week by
German police to
I notorious purveyors
literature in the
Lj^ States and
' The three, named
Abraham Foxman,
k's associate national
and head of its
ational Affairs Divi-
sion, as the source of the
material are:
George Dietz, president of
Liberty Bell Publications, Reedy
West Virginia; Gerhard Lauck,
Lincoln, Nebraska, editor of
"New Order," an organ of the
National Socialist Party of
America; and Ernst Christof
Friedrich Zundel, head of
Samisdat Publishers, Ltd.,
Toronto, Canada.
According to Foxman, the pre-
sence of the stockpile of anti-
Semitica from the U.S. and
Canada in the homes of West
Community
calendar
117
net Women, Zipporoh, Board Meeting 10 a.m.
Ill
(Seder of Passover
i n
BndSeder of Passover, First Day of Passover.
120
Doy of Passover; B'nai B'rith Women-Boca Board
jeling 10 30 a.m. Beth El Singles Today Board Meeting
loneerWomen Boca Bocord Meeting 12:30 p.m.
121
Bssah Boco Manv 10:30 Meeting Jewish Current Events
b2 30 p m Meeting Beth El Solos Concert 7:30 p. m.
122
hEl Solos 1? noon brunch Women's American ORT-Delray
ling 12 30 p.m. Hadassah-Aviva Generol Meeting 12:30
i .Nationa' Council of Jewish Women 8 p.m. meeting.
123
wnple Emeth Brotherhood Board Meeting 7:30 p.m.
124
(jw^h War Veterans 10 a.m. Board Meeting.
125
kEISingles T,>day Pma Colada Party Passover Seventh Day.
126
"P'e El herhood Breakfast Brandeis Women-Boca 8
In Oper: .....ihih Day.
127
nd Up Membership luncheon 12 30
' can ORT Boca East Board Meeting 12:30
' riaiS 'orhood 12:30 p.m Meeting.
till
""'* A ORT Region 10 a.m. special meeting
WiCu Club7 30p.m. meeting.
130
pleEmetf. S.sierhood 9:30 a.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith
en-Bo.-i : p m Installation.
ceer Women Zipporah 12 noon meeting Yom Hashoa.
f3
County Jewish Federation Israel Independence Day
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|m
Kdeis Women-Boca 9:30 a.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith
wnen Naomi 12:30 p.m. Board Meeting South County
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oi B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge 9:30 a.m. Meeting Jewish
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"aMeeimg.YiddisbColture Club 7:30 p.m.
16
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Germany neo-Nazis is further
proof of the international linkage
of extreme rightists.
IN CITING Dietz, Lauck and
Zundel, Foxman said ADL has
monitored their "hate-mongering
output" for many years. He
added that "the existence of a
transatlantic pipeline for anti-
Semitica calls for greater
vigilance by authorities on both
sides of the ocean."
Foxman further asserted that
international cooperation among
extremists is not confined to the
United States, Canada and West
Germany but includes neo-Nazi
groups in several other countries
He gave the following as
examples:
The association of Johr
Tyndall, leader of Great Britain':
new-Fascist National Front, with
J.B. Stoner, head of the racist
anti-Semitic National State;
Rights Party, was the featured speaker at e
NSRP meeting in 1979.
The sanctuary given by
American hate groups in 1975
and 1980 to Manfred Roeder, i
leading German neo-Nazi, wher
he was in this country as a fugi-
tive from West German justice.
Roeder, convicted of neo-Nazi
activity, is currently in jail in
West Germany.
The participation in October,
1980, of two leaders of the neo-
Nazi Vlaamse Militanten Orde
(VMOl in an NSRP conference in
Marietta, Georgia, prior to their
expulsion from the U.S. at the
order of the State Department
following an ADL protest.
ACCORDING TO ADL
records:
Dietz came to the United
States from Germany in 1957.
His Liberty Bell Publications is a
subsidiary of Raybar, Inc., a
commercial printing business.
Liberty Bell is one of the largest
hate propaganda mills in the
United States. It produces and
listributes anti-Semitic books,
envelope seals and bumper
stickers with anti-Jewish
slogans.
Lauck, a leader of the National
Socialist Party of America, is
ilso the head of NSDAP
[National Sozialistkhe Deutsche
\rbeiter Partei Ausland-
>rganization), a neo-Nazi group
>ased in Nebraska
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Infantry Unit\ Raids Town In Lebanon
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Is-
raeli infantry unit raided Toulin
village six miles inside Lebanon
and blew up four houses aftei
their occupants were evacuated, a
military spokesman said. One
Israeli soldier was slightly
wounded in the operation.
The village is in the area con-
trolled by the United Nations In-
terim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL), but the latter did not
intervene in the Israeli raid, the
second in 24 hours carried out
against terrorist targets in south
Lebanon.
ISRAEL DENIED a UN
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report that its soldiers had
clashed with units of UNIFIL or
of the Lebanese regular army
recently posted to the area. The
UN report said a Lebanese
soldier had been killed. Israeli
army sources said they heard
firing in the village after they left
but did not know who was doing
the shooting.
Deputy Defense Minister Mor-
dechai Zipori said on a radio in-
terview that Israel wants "tolive
in peace with UNIFIL which if
fulfilling a UN mandate we
recognize lo help the I^ebanese
government deal with Palestinian
terrorists."
Army sources said terrorist*
and UNIFIL troops are billeted
side-by-side in Toulin. The villag
ers have a reputation by aiding
terrorists who have made Toulin
a forward staging area for at-
tacks on Israel, including the
assault on Kibbutz Misgav Am a
year ago in which two Israelis,
one a child, were killed.
THE HOUSES destroyed were
said to have sheltered terrorists
and yielded weapons, ammuni-
tion and explosives, army sources
said. The raiding party had to
, ross difficult terrain to reach its
objective but managed to achieve
surprise. Toulin village is about
three miles south of Kantara. a
village that came under intense
Friday. April 1
bombardment last month
Maj. Saad Haddad s Chr^ui
forces. Three soldiers of the Ni*J
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fatally wounded.
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and to Haddad that his
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spite Anger Over AWACS to Saudis
_ that meeting. This annenmri t<. /^ .. .
that meeting. This appeared to
lUSALKN' (JIAI hint at Israeli expectations of
"n- of State Alex- increased American economic
I,,,-flew trom Israel and military aid to "balanc "
fi.r a M-hour Washington* intended sale of
I*" u UoM advanced weaponry to Saudi
Jerusalem. He held Aral)l,
^Iks with both
DURING THE talks with
Haig. the Israelis were parti-
cularly forceful in their oppo-
sition to the planned U.S. sale of
AWACS aerial intelligence
systems to the Saudi
According to some sources, Haig
was less than totally committed
to that sale. Hut there was no
sense that he had dropped the
Idta completely.
0H11 an.: opposition
leader- One key
was with the top
0f the Israeli
w establishment
Premier Menachem
wh0 is also the
Minister
Vouro'- said practical
reached" at
wer-'
Best Wishes
for a.
Joyful and
Peaceful
Pesach
One well placed American
source said here that the Secre-
tary of State indended to impress
upon th.- Saudi rulers, whom he
saw m Riyadh Wednesday, the
need lor Saudi political flexibility
M the Arab Israeli conflict. The
bask idea that Haig was selling
on this brief Mideast swing thai,
includes Egypt, Israel. Jordan
and Saudi Arabia, was a
strategic consensus" between
America B friends m Ihe region as
1 bulwark against .Soviet u
pansionism
Repeatedly, he warned against
S..\ ut intentions, stressing that
the Russians were out to extend
their influence directly and
through their "surrogates." In
the latter catergory, he appeared
to include the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization and Syria. He
even suggested the possibility
that current Syrian agressiveness
towards the Christians in Leba-
non was Soviet-inspired to deflect
attention from the Polish crisis.
TO ISRAEL, Haig's message
was two-fold: on the one hand he
sought to convince his Israeli
hosts of the need to focus on the
global and regional Soviet threat.
And at the same time, he sought
to assure the Israelis that the
Reagan Administration saw in
1 hem a strategic asset and would
act to ensure Israel's continued
strength and "qualitative edge"
in Haig's own words over
the Arab potential enemies of the
Jewish State.
ihe overall feeling among
Israeli observers was that Haig
was perhaps hoping that Israel
and the pro-Western Arab states
will "lower the profile" of the
Arab-Israel conflict so that they
can work together with the U.S.
in forming a united front against
Soviet or Soviet-backed ex-
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pansionism.
Haig forcefully condemned the
"brutal" Syrian shelling of
Christian areas in north Lebanon
and stressed American efforts to
bring abut a ceasefire. He
disclosed that UN Secretary
tieneral Kurt Waldheim sent a
special emissary to Syrian Presi-
dent Hafez Assad to try and end
the fighting between the Syrians
and the Christians. Haig met in
his hotel suite for more than an
hour with Jerusalem Mayor
Teddy Kollek. The two men had
planned to meet in Washington
two weeks ago. hut Kollek had
had to cancel.
THE MAYOR said he
reviewed the situation in the city
and discussed his own long-held
ideas for a "borough" system of
municipal rule that would give
Arab residents a much greater
say in the day-to-day manage-
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Haig late breakfasted with
Labor Party leaders Shimon
Peres and Abba Eban. Peres said
that they had agreed on the
exlusion of the PLO from peace
negotiations and on the exclusion
of a separate Palestinian state as
a solution to the West Bank-Gaza
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focus of the conversation had
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Frida
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VaticanPLO Meeting Criticised
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Criticism continued here of
the meeting held at the
Vatican last week by
Cardinal Augustino
Casaroli, the Vatican's
Secretary of State, with
Farouk Kaddoumi, head of
the Palestine Liberation
Organization's political
department. The criticism
was coupled with a warning
that such incidents
threaten Jewish-Catholic
relations.
A letter protesting the meeting
was sent to Msgr. Jorge Mejia. of
the Vatican's Secretariat for the
Promotion of Christian Unity,
by the National Christian
Leadership Conference for Israel,
a coalition of Protestant and
Catholic Clergy and clergy who
seek to foster understanding and
support for Israel in the United
States.
"BY OFFICIALLY receiving
those who vowed to add one more
horrible chapter to the long
history of Jewish suffering, the
Church we believe nour-
ishes fear among our Jewish
brothers and sisters that once
again Christians will foresake
them at a critical moment in their
history, the Leadership Confer-
ence said. "In light of past ex-
perience such sentiments are all
too understandable."
The letter declared that: "We
hope and pray for a clear word
from the Holy See that legitimate
concerns about the Palestinian
people and questions about
Jerusalem cannot be negotiated
with people who. through their
National Covenant and their
actions, threaten the very survi-
val of the State of Israel as well
as t he peace of t he world.' *
The letter was signed by Dr.
Frank H. Littell. president of the
Leadership Conference; Sister
Rose Thering. vice president:
Rev. William Harter, secretary-
treasurer and Rev. Isaac Rotten-
berg, executive director.
tions that threatens a deteriora-
tion of relations between the
Church and Jews.
"With the election of John
' Paul II (as Pope), a witness to
the destruction of European Jew-
ry, we were deeply hopeful that
the Catholic Church would be
more responsive to the depth of
Jewish suffering and the
necessity to prevent a recurrence
of such crimes against the Jewish
people, Henry Siegman. execu-
tive director of the AJCongress
said. "The meeting with the PLO
follows a number of develop-
ments in recent months, in-
cluding a hostile reference to
Jewish ethics in the recent
Encyclical, which have gone far
to undermine this hope."
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Congress also expressed concern'
that Casaroli's meeting with
Kaddoumi was part of an
emerging pattern of Church ac-,
Earlier, the meeting between
Casaroli and Kaddoumi was
sharply criticized by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Israel Consulate
General in New York.
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Through Training, has died here
at the age of 80. He had been dir-
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from 1950 until his retirement in
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1966 during which he was in
charge of its network of voca-
tional schools in the country,
many of which he founded.
Oleiski was born in Lithuania
and was educated at the Univer-
sity of Kaunas in Lithuania and
the University of Halle in
i Germany as a chemist and agro-
nomist. His association with
ORT began in 1925 in Kaunas
where he served as principal of a
vocational high school. He
survived the Soviet and Nazi oc-
cupations of his native country
during World War II, including a
period in 1944 as an inmate of the
Auschwitz concentration camp, i
Oleiski was appointed director
of ORT activities in displaced
persons camps in the American-
occupied zone of Germany imme-
diately after the war and immi-
grated to Israel in 1948. He
became principal of the ORT
i school in Jerusalem the following
year and was named director
I general of ORT in 1950.
Empire State
Urged To
Ban Terrorism
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
i B'rith, the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People and the New York State
Council of Urban leagues have
urged New York State to ban
racial and religious terrorism.
The organization has called for
ipeody enactment'' of a bill
amending New York's Civil
Right* I.aw to include acts of
racially and religiously motivated
intimidation and harassment
and carrying penalties up to five
years imprisonment and a $5,000
fine. The bill was introduced in
the New York State Legislature
in January.
The proposed law (Assembly
Bill 652), spearheaded by
Nassau County District Attorney
Denis Dillon and sponsored by
the Nassau County legislative
delegation, is in response to a
two-year wave of cross burnings,
swastika daubings, arson cases,,
synagogue vandalism and
threats and harassment directed
at blacks and Jews.
IN A JOINT statement,
signed by Ellen Conowitz and
Erwin Corwin, co-chairpersons of
ADL's Committee on Public
Policy in New York State; Hazel
Dukes, president of the New
York State Conference of
NAACP Branches, and Horace
Morris, executive director of the,
New York State Council of Urban
Leagues, the groups called the
activities "a form of terrorism."
Begin in Update To
Cabinet Meeting On
Escalating Lebanon Wj
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Knesset Security and
Foreign Affairs Committee heard
a report Monday from Premier
Menachem Begin on the situation
in Lebanon
Most committee members
seemed to oppose an Israeli inter-
vention in Lebanon at this
stage. The members heard a
briefing which said that the
situation in Zahle at this stage
was unclear and that it was still
premature to evaluate the in-
tentions of the Syrians.
ACCORDING TO the briefing,
there were several theories what
really caused the flareup in Zahle.
According to one school of
thought, the Syrians began
shelling Zahle after the Chris-
tians blockaded a road which
Syrians considered vital. Another
theory was that voiced by
Secretary of State Alexa
Haig that the USSR initials
latest clashes to divert atten
from Poland.
Committee members
unclear whether the Svrl
intended to go beyond ZahJel
take over the entire countr,
Lebanon, by annihilating
entire Christian population I]
their intentions are clear j
committee members believed I
should not consider any furtf
measures beyond the polid
measures.
If it should turn out thatth,
only a local clash, most memj
agreed, Israel should resi
herself to political action
would lead to an end to
Bloodshed. The members ,
derstood that this was also L
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[ing his 40th year at Yeshiva University, during which time he ordained some 1,400
- more than any other sage in Jewish history Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
J center) sits with Yeshiva University President Dr. Norman Lamm (right). To the
i'i right is Rabbi Zevulun Charlop, director of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolological
Kiry. The three joined faculty, relatives, friends and benefactors in a ceremony of or-
on for 118 new rabbis on Mar. 29.
leadlines
srael on Egyptian Firm's Boycott List
Egyptian public firm is pursuing the
Ml against Israel despite the fact that it was
in the Kjryptian-Israeli peace treaty, ac-
iglo thr Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
l.
[Abraham II Foxman, ADL's associate
ddirector, said the conditions laid down by
ikundria Water General Authority in soli-
ng bids for piping were a "disturbing
ifbpmcnl" and harm "peaceful relations."
[In a letter l" Ashraf (ihorbal, Egypt's am-
Iiir to the United States, Foxman pointed
the water authority stipulated that any
which supplies the pipes must not ship them
[Hick-listed vessels, on Israeli ships or on
(vessels which go to Israeli ports or waters."
[Iniis E. Yavner, a vice president of the
Brian Jewish Congress and president of the
Motion's Metropolitan Council, has en-
wd an annual cash award for an "outstanding
Knbution" to the teaching of the Holocaust
imher violations of human rights.
elementary and secondary school teachers
New York State will be eligible for the $500
"*!. whuh will be awarded by the State
"cation Department.
a New York attorney and former
nment official, established the award to
morale his retirement from the New York
Board of Regents, the state's education
"cy-making body, of which he has been a
ber since 1975.
a country whose divorce rate is one-
w the United States, is hosting the first
wnaiinnul conference on single-parenting. The
twee, scheduled for July 5 to 9. and
m by two days of intensive workshops in
*wv, is sponsored by the Bandy Steiner
Mule lor single-Parent Families at Ben
n I niversity of the Negev in Beersheva.
I'M count, there were 33,000 single-parent
* in Israel although the definition ex
w inclml,. one adult families resulting from
Ullernate life styles, single-parent adoption
ctionally absent parents such as occurs in
"st "I alchoholisn or chronic illness. Since
PWde there are 900,000 households, it means
"i every 30. families in Israel has only one
'member.
1 *g concern over the possible disruption of
oaiance of power in the Mideast, United
J? Men. Paula Hawkins (R..FU.) has urged
n m fonsidering the sale of sophisticated
>' )uipment to Saudi Arabia.
*fmuincerned thaVtne Saudis continue to
a holy war agaipst Israel while at the same
Dorr k"* cons'*ring providing offensive
*,'lnal tould give them the ability to wage
cha*ar. Sen. Hawkins said.
^marks submitted to the Senate earlier.
vim. ms suBgested that fears over Soviet
""on m the Mideast should not lead the
mu^ >s lnto ct'on that would prove to be
1 or pose a threat to Israel.
number of Jews who arrived in Vienna
B Soviet Union in the month of March was
wording to Charlotte Jacobson, chairman
> i-------------
of the Soviet Jewry Research Bureau of the
National Conference on Soviet Jewry.
Jacobson noted that this number was slightly
below February's total of 1,407, but drastically
lower than last year's March total of 3,049. She
added that while in 1980 the average monthly
total for January. February and March was 2,958,
it dropped to an average of 1.169 during the first
three months of 1981.
In 1979. the peak year for emigration, the
monthly total reached 4,277.
Victims of arthritis, backache, tennis elbow and
similar ailments may find relief in Neurogar III, a
new Israeli device that is used to relieve chronic
and acute pain.
This latest innovation in pain relief is a small,
battery-operated, lightweight (seven-ounce) box
of electronic wizardry developed by scientists at
Hadassah Hospital. The little box sends electrical
impulses to the affected part of the body by
means of wires leading to electrode pads placed on
the site of the pain.
B'nai B'rith International has renewed its
demand that the federal government enact com-
prehensive gun control legislation.
Jack J. Spitzer, president of B'nai B'rith, said
in a statement that the assassination attempt on
President Reagan "only underscores the neces-
sity of effective laws that will keep lethal weapons
from potential terrorists and murderers."
"We came within inches of losing another
President. Spitzer said. "Since 1933. five of nine
presidents have been the target of assassins'
guns. I low much more tragedy must we endure to
compel us to act responsibility?"
The appointment of David Geller as director of
special projects for the American Jewish Com-
mittee Foreign Affairs Department is announced
by Foreign Affairs Director Abraham S.
Karlikow.
In his new capacity. Geller will be responsible
for planning foreign affairs programs jointly with
AJC chapters througout the United States and
working with academics and other groups on
foreign affairs symposia.
Geller will be in charge of planning for AJC's
enhanced program of leadership missions to
overseas countries under the Foreign Affairs
Department aegis.
A gift of $70,000 from the Jacob Ziskind
Charitable Trust of Boston will make possible a
more broad-reaching program of continuing
education at Brandeis University for the coun-
try's Jewish leadership.
The gift will cover a four-year period during
which Brandeis will help sponsor a series of in-
stitutes for Jewish leaders at both the
professional and lay levels.
The Ziskind Trust honors the brother of Mrs-
Esther Weltman of Cambridge, a Brandeis Fellow
and longtime supported of the university. It has
supported various types of continuing education
at the University since 1974.
Afternoon, Eve Bar and
Bos Mitzvah Seen on Rise
OCEAN, N.J. (JTA) A
New Jersey rabbi has reported
that, in contrast to prior years,
the majority of Bar Mitzvahs and
Bas Mitzvahs in his synagogue
are now being scheduled for
Saturday afternoons and
Saiurday evenings.
In previous years. Rabbi Jacob
.Yiedman reported in the Bulletin
f his Temple Beth Torah in
Dcean, Tlat Mitzvahs were,
elebrated on Friday nights and
Bar Mitzvahs on Saturday
mornings.
He described what was hap-
K'ning as "the creation of a new
radition and the breaking down
jf old traditions," adding he did
lot know whether or not to be
listurbed by the change. He said
le did question the reasons given
lim for the scheduling change.
' FRIEDMAN SAID he had
been told that if the Bat Mitzvah
ceremony was held on Friday
night or Saturday morning, and
if the Bar Mitzvah was celebrated
on Saturday morning, many
Jewish parents "would be forced
to take the reception to a non-
kosher facility because social and
dancing music, photography and
smoking are not permitted on the
Shabbat" in his synagogue and
that this would put "a restraint
on the total joy and partying
atmosphere of the occasion."
He said another reason given
him for the popularity of the Sat-
urday afternoon-evening Bar or
Bas Mitzvah was.that "many of
the invited guests were unable to
attend the religious services" if
the ceremony was held on a
Friday night or a Saturday
morning.
But, he declared, "What I hear
is that most families requesting a
Bar or Bas Mitzvah on a Satur-
day afternoon or evening do so
not out of real religious con-
viction buy mainly because of
convenience.
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By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President
Reagan's National Security
Adviser, Rchard Allen, has
justified Israel's attacks on
Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization bases in Leb-
anon as reaching "to the
source of terrorism" and
said "there is no question"
that the PLO is a "terrorist
organization."
Allen made his remarks on the
ABC-TV program "20-20"
broadcast last Thursday, but a
transcript became available
earlier. News reports of his
remarks said they would "com-
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bia, Jordan and Egypt but
would be welcome in Israel where
he visited this week. Egypt,
however, is also not friendly
toward the PLO.
REAGAN AND Haig, in the
past, have referred to the PLO as
terrorist and the State Depart-
ment, under Haig's leadership,
has not implied, as the Carter
Administration often had, that
Israel is illegally using U.S.-
supplied weapons in Lebanon.
Haig, who appeared on the NBC-
TV "Meet the Press" program,
was not asked for comment on
Allen's remarks dealing with the
PLO.
Senate Foreign Relation Com-
mittee Chairman Charles Percy
that
the Europeans Economic
munity's (EEC) initiative
would associate" the PLO in the
Middle East peace process ap-
peared to agree withfABl
remarks both about the PLO and
Israel's strikes into Lebanon
when he was interviewed on the
CBS-TV "Face the Nation
program.
Allen was asked if it was fair to
call the PLO a terrorist organiza-
tion. He replied, "I think yes. on
balance. There is no question we
must identify the PLO as a
terrorist organization until if
provides convincing evidence U
the contrary."
ASKED IF Israeli raids into
Lebanon were preemptive
strikes, terrorist acts, of self
defense, Allen said: "I don't
want to get into a specific policy
discussion here, and what I'm
saying does not represent the I
emphasize the official policy of
the United States government,
but to the extent that one reaches
to the source of terrorism then, of
course, there is ample justi-
fication for taking action. I'm
just saying that reaching to the
source is generally recognized as
hot pursuit of a sort and,
therefore, justified.
Percy, in his TV interview, res-
ponded to Allen's remarks on the
PLO and Israeli strikes into Leb-
anon. "Terrorism," he said, is
part of the PLO's activities. He
also said tha PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat has "disappointed" him.
But Percy also referred to the
PLO as a "nation" and said that
"most other Arab nations" have
recognized Israel as a state.
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