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'Jewish IFlaricii<3 m
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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
,3 Number 21
Boca Raton. Florida Friday, October 16,1981 c Fnashoch,!
Price 35 Cents'
Camapign Policy Board
Sets 1982
Goal at $2,000,000
Norman I. Stone, General
Lpiign Chairman of the 1982
[A-Federation Campaign an-
ee that the Campaign
Board of the Federation
set a formal goal of
0,000 for the 1982 drive.
["This is the first time that
| South County Jewish Fed-
n has set a formal goal in a
; campaign. Our 12,000,000
represents a proposed 60
cot increase from the 1961
1 of $1,337,000. This is an
jbitious undertaking and yet
[feel that it is a totally realistic
live," Stone said.
Uimes R. Baer, President of
Federation, stressed that
the 92,000,000 goal is
__jd that it will assure that
i South County Jewish Fed-
juoii will remain the fastest
firing Federation in the United
; for the third conserative
Appointed to Women's Division,
Baer Chairperson, Baker Associate
['With inflation in Israel run
j rampant and with the Jew-
needs ever increasing and
ithe local needs of the Jewish
munity here in South County
sing, we feel that the
0,000 is the least that we
set for next year's cam-
' said Abby Levine, Aseo-
General Chairman for the
I drive.
Norman I. Stone
The Policy Planning Board for
the 1982 Campaign has already
met, and on November 8, the
drive will formally begin when all
workers on the Men's and Family
Division Campaigns will meet for
a Leadership Breakfast at the
Holiday Inn, Lakeside.
Stone urges any member of the
community who wants to work
on the upcoming campaign to
please contact the Federation
office for a reservation to the
Leadership Breakfast.
Norman I. Stone, General
Campaign Chairman for the 1962
UJ A Federation drive announces
the appointment of Margie Baer
as Chairperson for the 1962
Women's Division and Ariette
Baker as Associate Chairperson
for the 1982 Women's Division.
In making the apppointment,
Stone stressed the importance of
the Women's Division in the
general campaign indicating that
in last year's campaign, the
Women's Division raised nearly
20 percent of the total campaign.
Mrs. Baer has been very active
in Temple activities in South
Bend, Indiana. She served as
Sisterhood President and was on
the Board of Directors and
Financial Secretary for Temple
Beth El in South Bend, Indiana.
Mrs. Baer was active in the
Federation campaign in West
Ben, serving on the Women's
Campaign Cabinet and Chairman
of many divisions of women's
campaigns through the years in
South Bend.
In 1976, she and her husband
moved to Florida and immediate-
ly became active in the Jewish
community. Mrs. Baer has been
Vice President of Membership
and Vice President of Admi-
nistrative Services and Fund
Raising for Temple Beth El Sis-
terhood, Boca Raton. She was
Co-Chairperson of the Paceset-
ters Women's Division and
Advance Gifts Women's Division
for South County Jewish Federa-
tion. Last year shi> served as
Associate Chairman of the
Campaign
Margie Baer
Women's Division
Board.
Mrs. Baer was one of the origi-
nal founders of the South County
Jewish Federation and is a mem-
ber of the South County Jewish
Federation Board of Directors. In
1980, she and Mr. Baer received
the Negev Award from Israel
Bonds. Mrs. Baer is currently
Vice President of Social Events
and Hospitality of Temple Beth
El Sisterhood of Boca Raton.
She attended the University of
Miami in Oxford, Ohio and Jack-
son College for Women in Med-
ford, Massachusetts. She has two
married children, one grand-
daughter and another grandchild
expected momentarily.
Mrs. Baker was born in Ant-
werp. Belgium. Two years ago
Return of Hatchetman
Nixon, Up to Old Tricks, Warns Jews, Israel
Intel
[NEW YORK (JTA) -
Inner President Nixon
that Israeli Premier
hem Begin and
of the American
community" would
to take the conse-
ences if Congress blocks
AW ACS sale to Saudi
abia because of their op-
Bition to it.
Nixon's statement was de-
i as his first major foreign
declaration since the
i Administration took
"We know, the Saudis
' and everyone in the Middle
k knows, that if it were not for
i intense opposition by Begin
i parts of the American Jewish
nunity, the AWACS sale
I go through," Nixon said.
t'This is a cold fact that poo-
's of the sale, whatever their
particular reasons, must
J into account. This fact will
tly affect the consequences if
' sale fails to go through." He
I not suggest what the consc-
iences might be.
BUT NIXON did stress that
Meat on AWACS would be a
fious embarrassment to
gan, both at home and
abroad. Israel's friends should
not be under any illusion that
they help Israel's cause by em-
barrassing and undermining the
authority of their indespensable
friend in the White House." He
said rejection of the sale by Con-
gress would be "a Pyrrhic vic-
tory," for its opponents.
According to Nixon, "From Is-
rael's own standpoint, the real
bottom line is not the military
value of the AWACS planes, but
who will have influence and how
much, with Israel's Arab neigh-
bors: the United States or some
other power which is not Israel's
friend."
The former President con-
tended that "In the Saudis, we
are dealing not with adversaries
but with friends, and also with a
government whose cooperation
will be Claal.llJl.l'Igftteg
lasting peace in the Middle East.
SSaeTtonot good poht.es for
Begin to embarrass Reagan, it is
IXod poUtics for the UmUg
States to embarrass baucu
Arabia."
HE SAID that "Because
Reagan has laid his own prestige
on the line, and will have paid a
high political price for approval
(of UhTaWACS sale), if he wins
the Saudis will owe him one. This
is good for the United States and
good for Israel. If he loses, on the
other hand, everyone loses:
Reagan is embarrassed and
undermined, the Saudis are
humilated and Begin will be in
the unenviable position of having
offended simultaneously both his
moat important supporter, and
his richest neighbor," Nixon said.
He suggested that "those who
worry about the deal" from a
military security point of view"
ought to trust the President, the
Secretary of State and the De-
fense Secretary to insure that
these (AWACS) are being
adequately safeguarded without
insisting on humiliating the
Saud with a formal declaration
that would impinge on their sov-
ereignty." Nixon characterized
Reagan as "probably the
strongest supporter of Israel to
occupy the White House since
Harry Truman." He said he sup-
ported the AWACS sale "as a
friend of Israel because I believe
strongly that at this point ap-
proval is in the interests not only
of the United States but also of
Israel itself."
Ariette Baker
she moved to South County from
Cleveland, Ohio.
In Cleveland, she belonged to
ORT, Mt. Sinai Hospital,
Brandeia Women and was active
in Federation affairs.
Mrs. Baker was also active
with PTA, Cub Scouts, Girl
Scouts and other community
organizations.
Since moving to Boca Raton,
Mrs. Baker has become active
with the federation. She was
hostess for the Pacesetters
Luncheon in the 1980 Campaign.
She is also a member of the Board
of the South County Jewish
Community Day School and is
active with the Caldwell Play-
house. She is married and has
three children.
Mesdames Baer and Baker re-
ported to the Floridian that much
activity has already begun in the
Women's Division and that ini-
tial meetings of the Campaign
Cabinet have already been
scheduled.
Mrs. Baer said, "I am ex-
tremely happy with the ac-
complishments of the Women's
Division Campaign to date. We
will be announcing an exciting
new level luncheon. We have
begun the new Career Women's
Division. We have sponsored the
very successful Presidents' Day
mini tour of South County Jew-
ish institutions. And this is just
the beginning. Our goal is to in-
volve increasing numbers of
women in what I can only
describe as a very rewarding ex-
perience."
AWAC Alert
We are informed by her staff that Senator Paula
Hawkins' mail is running 8 to I for the sale of
AWACS (in other words, against Israel).
Please mail Senator Hawkins a letter immediately
thanking her for her support of the resolution against
the AWAC sale.
Write:
Senator Paula Hawkins
New Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510


Pn2
The Jewish Fk>ndimn6f South County
Pttfcy.Octob.!
Organizations In The News
B-NAIBRITH
Boca Raton Chaptar
Fmphasis and eagerness an be-
ing displayed for one of B'nai
B nth Women' special events**
the year. Many uiambaw are pre-
paring diligently for the .Novem-.
b 14 and 15 Baxaar and Auction
to be bald at Temple Bath El of
Boca Raton.
Naomi Chapter A regular
meeting will be held on October
19 at 12:30 p.m at Temple
Emath. A Fashtea Show of Garni
WPJ will be prssmrail by
Meredith Kama
BRANDOS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEVS
COMMITTEE
Dehay Baaeh Chaptar On
Sunday. November 22, a delight
nil day haa been planned for
members and friends branch
and a 3-hour sightseeing cruise,
with expert commentary
entertainment. For details,
tact Chairperson Rath I
Pl***Mt .Karl a-fjfk
Hannah Turner or Heten Cohan
about the Maw Year's Weekend.
There are still a I
FREESONS OF
For Farther I nf ormation on
Arc Organizations, Call
South County Jewish Federation,
in Boca Raton, 368-2737
Plans far a 4-day
(November 12-151 at Lma Spa
Hotel have bean made. Coat of
the trip will be 1131.50. Also, a
Now Year's weekend in Tampa
has been planasrt The trip will
cost $175. Included are two din-
ner theaters, a visit to Bush Oar-
dans, the American Safari Pan
end other sights. For farther in-
formation, call B. Fenster. Milton
Fitter or 8am Dravich. ad of
Kin*i Point
HADASSAH
Ben Gene* Chapter On
Sunday. November 8 at 2
&m..the well-known Billie
yman will give her portrayal of
s "Portrait of a Hero" at Deer
field High School. 910 SW 16St.,
Dserfield Beach. Tickets are
82.50 a piece. Billie Hyman has
been critically acclaimed for bar
vivid biographies portraying
famous people such as Flea nor
Roosevelt, Leonard Bernstein,
Lillian Hellman- She admits that
Una "Portrait of a Hero" is her
best and most challenging so far.
You can be assured of s spall-
binding afternoon, so please
come. For tickets contact Lillian
Kravit, Sid Wirth or Belle
lawks*
Boca Raton A viva
The next meeting will be
Wednesday. October 28. 12:30
p.m., at B'nai Torah Congrega-
tion. 1401 N.W. 4th Ave. Ruth
Smith will present a review of the
book "Massed", the story of the
Israeli CIA. Friends and neigh
bors are invited to attend.
Defray The first meeting of the
new season will be Wednesday.
October 28, 12 noon at Temple
Emath. 6780 Atlantic Avenue,
Defray Beach An mteresting
program is planned All future
meetings will behead on the third
Wednesday of each month.
Please plan to go to the Israeli
Fair which will be held on
Sundey. November 1 at Temple
Emath. Hadaseah wul haws a
booth at thie Fair
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF
JEWISH WOMEN
The daytime branch of the
Boca- Defray Chapter of National
Council of Jewish Woman wul
hold a book diecuesion on
Monday. October 19 The book ia
Hafoerstrora s Powers That
Be. For further information, call
Gerta Brill.
PIONEER WOMEN
- The
a trip to
Kay Wast. November 16-17. It is
the fund rsiser for November. For
further information, call Ruth
Phillips.
TEMPLE EMETH
BraUnwhood Sunday. 8:00
D.m.. November 29. "Show
Time." A repeat performance by
special request. Emu Cohen and
Vivian Rax a wonderful combo
of humor and song. Tickets are
83. and 82. For further informa-
tion, call Sid Breitman, Morris
Tsar or Morris Freflkk.
Stetirhna Standees of
Events: Please save this schedule
for future reference Sanaay,
October 25 7:30 p.m. Simcbat
Torah Dance. Refreshments. For
tickets, calllda Lowenbraum:
Sanaay. November 1 10am. to!
a. First Israeli Fall Festival
will be held on the Temple Emeth
grounds. 5780 W. Atlantic Ave-
nue, Defray Bosch. No charge for
admission: Thursday, November
5. 12 neon The regular sister-
hood meeting will be held. A well-
known hypnotist. Lou Parahan.
will entertain. Also, s ceremony
honoring new members; Wednes-
day. November 11 Sisterhood
is sponsoring "The Frisco
Follies" at the Newport Hotel
Price includes transportation and
show, dinner on your own. For
information, call Chairperson
Mary Brassier or the Temple
office; Saturday sight, Novem-
ber 21 8istorbood invites the
community to a traditional
Malavah Malka and Havdallah
Service at 7 p.m. Rabbi Bernard
Silver and Cantor Irving Zuxnmer
wul officiate. A buffet supper and
two movies will be shown. For
tickets, call MoOis Patmkte or
the Temple office.
TEMPLE SINAI
Sisterhood A four-day. fun-
filhd. beakh oriented holiday has
been planned for the Lido Spa.
November It to November 18.
Included are aQ meals, mssssges,
antartainmaat, lectures.
Barbara Lein to Chair
Career Women's Division
Margie Beer, Chairperson of
the Woman's Division of the
South County Jewish Federation
announces the appohiUuant of
Barbara Lain as Chairperson of
the Career Woman's Division
Barbara has bean a resident of
Boca Raton for the peat three
elf. actively engaged as a Mort
Broker far the pan
The first mmting will be head
Wednesday aveamg. Novnmber
4, at 7:80 pm. Tha evening will
be an informal wfaa and cheeee
mthsriac. with s fashion show
For further mforrnsttea,
call Chairperson Marcella
Sfcomar. A gala Now Year's
holiday has been planned for Tar-
dinner theatre. slgNsising. New
Year's Eva dinner and dandng.
Champagne and favors, ate
meals, taxes, gratukiee and
transportation. For reservations,
dal Chairperson Shirley
Feingold
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
-Atrip
has been planned to the Flagier
Museum. Palm Beach, for Thurs-
day. October 22. For further in-
formation, call Susan Zipper.
Seadslfeot-Boca Chapter
The group will hold its next
meeting, Wednesday. October 28
at 1 p.m. at the Watergate Coon-
try Club, 10660 Sandalfoot Blvd.
West, Boca Raton. Bring a friend
and enjoy an infer sating program
"The Bakarattas Line-
Dancing Grandmas."
For further information on
organizations, call South County
Jewish Federation, in Boca
Raton.368.2737.
There will ha no soUcttartea at
this meeting-
MsBLstem3 rteSbugmntegs
re always entightamng and chal
Waging, and this Jewish Now
YaarU no eaxeption The South
County Jewish Federation It -
pending its horiaona stronger and
Wider With the growing number
of Jewish famfaas reiocattag to
the South County area, wafted It
and am a sang lawurtanhtes In
bhe with Usameny diverted te-
raty have, we now have a
to increase oar potential
more- Career women today play a
vital role in our community.
This uniqus opportunity given
to
BarbaraUin
is your chance to get k*ej
wRhfa ths community sag JJ1
For further informitiJ
^fefUnwSS]
CRCMeetin*
Loo Lefkowiu, CeateaM
the Community Relatiou (
cfl. announces that tin
masting far tha 1981 sm
be held Monday night,
st 8 p.m. at the Ft
that should not ha
up. It
Each of ths over 50
Jewish organiMtiosj
South County are eligible toi
s repreeenUtive to the meant,
The CRC matetatei t
fares for Israeli after*.
Jewry and domestic
The AW ACS Task Force oft
CRC is presently involved at
campaign to defeat the nk i
thie "military package to
Arabia
The Sunsweet
Self-Improvement
Plan.
Career Women
If you've Got The Time...
We've Got The Place...
South County Jewish Federation
Has Something For YOU!!!
Stand Up... Be Counted... Get Involved
For Further tatfornat ion About This Exciti*c


October 16.1981
Tk* Jewish Fhridian of South County

On this an& that
jc/i
ggUCE 8. WAB8HAL,
lumt nmm\
__ ITsagan ha* got ma
, mad I admit that had I
this column two days
[Twould ba hard praiaad to
,i*nsorabl*explst!vse.
;, talk hard fact* about
' comment on the
J sale, that "it to not Um
i of o t her natkma to make
iforeign policy."
I it a president in trouble
j down to a level not aaen
, the days of President
c In fact, I am not aurprtoad
iNixon agreeing: "If it were
the intense opposition
Begin and parts of the
j Jewish community, the
J sale would go through."
i (dminist ration must ba in
[trouble when they exhume
C> him a quick shave
forth on tkia issue.
New York times was cor-
i recent editorial: "This
I premeditated remark
i crude effort to blame the
I lobby' for a likely defeat
mismanaged venture" .
the spector of undue
influence, with all of the
km which this theme can
American society risks
a bad deal into a
us put it on the line. Is
telling me as an Ameri-
II do not have a right to
the AW ACS sale based
y on the fact that it is folly
fAmerica but also on the fact
t is disastrous for Israel? Do
have a right as a loyal
an to support Israel?
seems to hint at a dual
Uty problem that many anti-
iiks had during the 30s and
his. My reaction in 1981 is
lone of defense but one of
br. '-
[ paid my American dues. I
years in the civil rights
lament to make America, not
a better country. 1 spent
i in the peace movement to
t America, not Israel, a bet-
ntry. I spent years work
a better society in
i, not Israel.
credentials as a loyal
an citizen are impeccable.
ive every right as an Ameri-
to support the policies
I feel are correct for this
rand for Israel.
n knows one other cm
The American Jewish
"unity by itself could never
1 the AW ACS sale. The rea-
this time the majority of
I Houses seem to be against
[policy is because the sals is
atantly a sellout to Arab oil
obviously a danger to
n security.
gn let the cat out of the
his recent news con-
When asked by a repor-
t we would do if the Saudi
oent fell, he paused and
the truth. We will not
the oil fields to fall into
hands. He strongly im-
>t we would have to take
y our own military power.
at military power? I read in
[newspapers a good percen-
1 of our voluntary army in
""* b "stoned" on drugs on
en day. As a father of two
1 fast approaching conecrip-
'ge. I am not very happy to
" JOT army system we
u launch an attack in
Dakota 1st alone Saudi
u
^ben the Saudi monarchy
'there is only one army that
1 L mted States can rely upon
Pull the coals out of the fire
' that is the trained, alert, and
bue Israeli army.
'have heard military men de-
' American appropriations to*
"i based upon one simple fact
|t is cheaper to sustain the
Israeli army than to maintain a
couple hundred thousands
American soldiers in the Middle
East.
In the long run, the United
State* needs Israel far more than
Israel needs the United State*. In
the long run.
The American people know
this, the American Senators
know this, and deep down,
Reagan knows this. Why then
the Administration's AWACS
policy? My 12 year old son can
give you that answer: Oil. Oil
money. Oil shieks. Oil political
influence. As a loyal American, I
am sick and tired of having my
country sold to the highest bid-
der, which in this case happens to
be a consortium of Saudi shieks,
who but a few years ago were
ordering gold-plated Cadillacs
from Detroit. They may have
cleaned up their style, but their
basic essence has not changed.
How low must we bend as a
country before we have our face
ground into the sands of the
Arabian peninsula?
it is Israel's right to make its
position known. The Boca Raton
News in a recent editorial put it
very weD: "As for Israeli 'inter-
ference' in our foreign policy: The
Israelis view our sale of AWACS
to Saudi Arabia as a threat to
their national security, and,
therefore, very significant to
their own foreign policy. Under
tho*s circumstance*, k'a naive to
think that Israel would stand
neekly by and allow the sale to
n through unprot*t*d."
The New York Tunes to an
editorial asked a pertinent ques-
tion, "If foreign voices are un-
wanted in this discussion, why
did Mr. Reagan personally invite
a Saudi Prince to promote the
sale all over Washington and
to hint at reprisals that would
adversely affect American com-
merce with Saudi Arabia?"
If you want to give our Presi-
dent a very forceful answer as to
how you feel about his tactics,
then I suggest that if by the time
of the publication of this column
Congress has voted on this issue,
send a letter to our Senators and
to our Representative and
strengthen their resolve to stand
up for what is best for America
and for what is best for Israel.
The needs of these two demo-
cracies coincide, and I as an
American and as a Jew will not
be silenced by vague inuendoes
from a President who is running
scared.
Baer Appointed to Florida
Regional Advisory Council
Alan Shulman, Chairman of
the Florida Region of the Na-
tional UJA announce* the ap-
pointment of James B. Baer as a
member of the Florida Regional
Advieory Council.
The Advisory Council to
comprised of a select group of
leaders representing the 11 Fed-
erations in the State of Florida
and the Federation of Puerto
Rico. The purpose of the Council
is to create state-wide programs
to assist each Federation in de-
veloping campaign effectiveness.
In making the appointment,
Shulman indicated that Baer was
chosen for the Council not only
because he is President of the
Federation in South County but
because of his participation and
recognition on the National UJA
level.
Baer has served as a National
Chairman of a UJA Mission to I
Janus B. Baer
Israel and is acting as a National
Co-chairman for the UJA mission
presently in Israel during
October. He to also Overseas
Chairman for Region Four of the
UJA.

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Presidents' Coffee
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MMNUUI
A Distinction Ignored
We congratulate B'nai B'rith International for
its forthright agreement with President Reagan that
I "it is not the business of other nations to make our
| foreign policy."
In his attack on Israel for its campaign against
the sale of the AWACS to Saudi Arabia, the Presi-
dent is blind to the clear distinction between the
time-honored American institution of lobbying, that
is, bringing politic il pressure to bear on the Congress
in the cause of special interests; and outright
cronyism, such as was practiced by Nevada's Sen.
Laxalt last week, when the President succumbed to
Laxalt's demand that the MX not be based in the
desert wastes outside of Las Vegas.
In the latter case, Mr. Reagan permitted such
irrelevant powers as those mustered by Nevada's
gambling organizations to interfere with the military
decision-making process involving the security of the
nation.
In the case of Israel's opposition to the sale of
the AWACS plane to Saudi Arabia, the American
Jewish community and many of Israel's political
leaders simply joined hands to function in the same
way that countless lobbying operations in
Washington have functioned for years as a means of
influencing public opinion.
Let the President and his many spokesman
make what they wish of it. But if they make of it
more than this, then they are surely making mischief
by encouraging the basest of instincts motivating
the forces of anti-Israel and even anti-Semitic
sentiment in America today.
We Agree With Reagan
To return to B'nai B'rith International.
That organization agrees with President
Reagan that other nations should not inter-
fere in the policy-making processes of the
United States. And so, it declares, for this
very reason, B'nai B'rith opposes the
AWACS sale. Argues the organization: the
real rationale for the sale "is to appease Saudi
Arabia."
We agree, too. Bravo.
For the truth is that without the Admin-
istration's desire to appease the Saudis, it
would never consider the recommended
military package sale to them. The truth is
that many Administration spokesmen and
many Republicans are as worried about the
sale as the Israelis are, if for different reasons.
The truth is that we are hung up on the
Saudis as "friends" of ours, when nothing
motivates the Saudis but sheer self-interest.
The truth is that in Mr. Reagan's urgent
desire to sell the Saudis five AWACS, he is
caving into the pressure of another nation
that shows its "friendship'' for us by making
the President's foreign policy.
Presidents' Coffee Pictured are some of the Presidents of the Jewish womens' organizations and
Federation Committee people who attended a coffee held at the home of Shirley Enselberg. Thtwomn
were taken by bus on a "mini-mission" to see first hand the local services that Federation supports. Upon
returning to the home of Shirley Enselberg, they were informed of the plans for December 7, 7982 when
they, as Presidents, will be honored at Update 82. This powerful, provocative day is open to the tntiit
community. (Keep your calendar open).
South County Jewish Federation Presidents Coffee Phillis Cohen, Gloria Rosenthal. CoChairpeople
Update '82, Charlotte Robinson, Shirley Enselberg, Co-Chairpeople. President's Coffee Margaret
Kottler, Co-Chairperson Update '82, Margie Boer, Chairperson South County Jewish Federation
Women's Division Campaign, Arlette Baker, Associate Chairperson, South County Jeuish Federation
Women's Campaign and Coordinator for Update '82. Missing from picture, Barbara Stein, Cohairman
Update '82.________________________
International Year for the Disabled
A group of physically chal-
lenged disabled men and women
recently met in the grand ball-
room of Kings Point out of which
grew the organization of a club
for people needing people.
The year 1981 is designated as
the International Year for the
Disabled.
The senior citizens of the Unit-
ed States comprise 25 percent of
the handicapped.
Mr. Al SafJsr of Kings Point,
who was instrumental in bringing
the group together held a round
table discussion asking each per-
son to share their anxieties,
determination, and expertise of
their affliction with each other.
All interest people of Kings
Point and their spouses are in-
vited to participate in this new
organization. Further in-
formation can be obtained from
Shirley Lobbe of Kings Point.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 6
Women's Lib to Blame
terican
By BORIS SMOLAR
There would have been
t eight million Jew in
United STates today
^d of the estimated
, than six million Jews in
b country now had Jew-
women given birth at
I game rate as women in
Lgroups in America.
| There are at present
250,000 less Jews
a generation ago.
[jjj, despite the fact that
of thousands of Jews
rived here from the
uviet Union, and the esti-
ated 500,000 Israelis who
lose during te last years
, move from Israel to the
nited States. The decline
attributed to the fact
d>;
Jewish Community Vanishing
that birth control is very
high among Jews.
SOCIOLOGISTS assert that
birth control among Jews is more
harmful to Jewish continuity
than intermarriage. The rate of
intermarriage had never climbed
higher than 13 percent prior to
1960. Now, about 20 years later,
it reaches about 36 percent; in
some communities it reached
about 60 percent. Indeed, it has
been suggested that at this time
there is hardly a Jewish family
network which does not include a
non-Jew.
The precipitously declinning
Jewish birthrate is considered a
greater danger to the Jewish
community. It is pointed out that
while among some of the inter-
married Jewish couples the non-
Jewish spouse accepts Judaism,
birth control reduces the Jewish
population and thus strongly
affects the Jewish family life
style and presents the Jewish
community with unique pro-
blems.
The Jewish woman of today is
not interested in being a
"Woman of Valor" in the Biblical
sense. She is a product of the
rapid social changes that have
taken place in American life in re-
cent years. She prefers to be a
"career woman" rather than to
take care of a home and chil-
dren
MOST YOUNG Jewish women
of today, not all, follow the
woman's liberation line. They are
ambitious to be "free,", not "en-
slaved," to family obligations
carried by their mothers with
pride and satisfaction. They, are
not reproducing the number of
American Jews whose propor-
tion, now under three percent, is
shrinking.
Many of those who have chil-
dren leave them to the care of
hired help or institutions. They
look forward to the time when
their children will grow up and
not need parental supervision,
thus making it possible for them
to be "emancipated" and equal
with the husband. They want to
have their own income, not be-
cause the husband does not earn
enough to maintain the family,
but to satisfy their ambition of
showing that they are as able as
JW
Rommel's Son Arrives in Israel
|TEL AVIV (JTA) Rom-
has arrived in Israel to a
welcome. But Sunday's
pitor was not Gen. Erwin Rom-
the "desert fox" who led
itler's army to the gates of
lypi in World War II, but his
1 Dr. Manfred Rommel,
Uyor of the West German town
[Stuttgart.
I Dr. Rommel came at the invi-
on of the Union of Local Au-
prities in Israel, in recognition
| his position as head of the
pivalent organization in West
nany to attend the corner-
bnelaying ceremony for a
uth center for German and Is-
Wi youngsters at the Labor
irty's College of Beth Berl near
IROMMEL SAID he thought
most Germans today agreed that
it was better for Germany to have
lost the war under Hitler than to
have won it and continued the
Nazi political system.
Manfred Rommel said he was
certain his father, who brought
his army as far as El Alamein
near Alexandria, would have
thought the same had he been
alive today.
It was the West German Local
Authorities Alliance which
donated the funds for construc-
tion of the youth center at Beth
Berl. and Labor Party Chairman
Shimon Peres said at the cere-
mony: "39 years ago the name
Rommel cast fear in all hearts.
But a generation later, his son
comes to us on another mission,
of peace and friendship."
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Some of them develop second
thoughts when they grow older.
They begin to realize that in their
race for a career, they have
estranged themselves from their
children, and even from their
husbands. The result of their
career is actually the evaporation
of the Jewish family spirit, in-
crease in separations and di-
vorces, the growth of "single
parent" households, and other
developments which weaken
Jewish continuity.
Despite the concern over the
weakening of family ties in the
American Jewish community,
there is hardly any reliable data
which can serve as a basis to ar-
rive at a communal policy and
program. All that is known is
that about 30,000 Jewish house-
holds in New York City are
headed by one parent, and that a
similar situation exists in other
communities.
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Committee is presently engaged
in an intensive program of col-
lecting data on Jewish family life,
developing policy recommenda-
tions and launching an'educa-
tional and advocacy program
with regard to strengthening the
Jewish family. The dual career
family is predicted to become the
base of the Jewish community
within the 1980s, together with
singles under 36 and the elderly
whose number will definitely
grow as the decade unfolds.
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Shamir Tells UN Gathering Palestinians
Already Have Homeland in Jordan
UNITED NATIONS -
(WNS) Israeli Foreign Minis-
ter Yitzhak Shamir declared in a
speech to the UN General As-
aembly that the Camp David ac-
cords "have been and remain the
only feasibly path to peace," in
the Mideast
"No other viable solution ap-
pears on the horizon," ha said.
Shamir said that the resumed
automony negotiations for the
Palestinian Arabs living in
Judaea, Samaria and the Gaza
District will be concluded suc-
cessfully in the near future.
He reiterated Israel s position
that the Palestinian Arabs "do
have a state on a major part of
the territory of Palestine,
namely Jordan, which is already
a Palestinian state "by virtue of
its geography, demography, his-
tory, culture, religion and lan-
guage/: Therefore. Shamir
stated, "there is no need to speak
further of self-determination for
the Palestinian Arabs, their
homeland is already in exis-
tence."
AS FOR the Lebanese situa-
tion, SaVamir said that "some
120.000 Lebanese civilians have
been the victims of Syrian and
PLO atrocities" in recant years.
He said Israel hopes "that an in-
dependent and free Lebanon will
soon reemerge and maintain good
relations with all its neighbors,
including Israel."
Rifkins to Be Honored
By Israel Bonds
The National Israel Bond or-
Kization is please to announce
t Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rifkin
wjll be honored by the State of
Israel and Temple Bath El of
Boca Raton and the South Palm
Beach County and the Greater
Boca Raton Committees at a din-
ner to be held on Sunday evening,
January 10,1982 at Temple Beth
af.
Dr. Albert Schiff, General
Chairman of the dinner said,
"There is unanimous agreement
in our community that no one has
worked harder for Israel Bonds
and for all causes concerning Is-
rael than Rose and Irving Rifkin,
and they are worthy and
deserving of this tribute."
This dinner is of such national
significance that Mr. Yitzhak
Rager, International President of
State of Israel Bonds has agreed
to be the guest speaker honoring
his good friends. Rose and
Irving.
Schiff commented, "You will
receive additional information as
time progresses. Meanwhile, we
would like you to place the date,
Sunday, January 10, 1982 on
your calendar so you will be with
us for this joyous event."
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But, Shamir warned, "this will
be very difficult to achieve as
long as the PLO ia allowed to
neat in Lebanon," and plan its
terrorist acts from there and as
long as the Syrian occupation
of Lebanon continues. "The
government of Israel will at all
times support the reesubhsh-
msnt of a truly independent Le-V
banon, within its international
boundaries, free of Syrian occu-
pation and PLO terror. Shamir
said.
Referring to the situation of
Soviet Jewry, Shamir accused
the Soviet Union of preventing
"many thousands" of Jews from
emigrating to Israel. "Over the
past year, we have bean watching
with growing anxiety the steady
decrease in the number of Jews
leaving the Soviet Union, to the
lowest number for the last tan
years," he said.
HE CHARGED that "over the
pastsu months, the number of
'Prisoners of Zion' detained un-
der false pretexts and sentenced
by Soviet courts to long prison
terms had doubled." He men-
tioned in that connection the
names of imprisoned Jewish acti-
vists Ida Nudel, Viktor Brailov-
Bonn Has
Tight Security
On Holy Days
BONN (WNS) West Ger-
man police have tightened
security around Jewish insti-
tutions throughout the country
during the High Holy Days. In
reaction to the recent attack in
Vienna and intelligence obtained
by security services, police
guards were posted outside all
houses of worship.
Other police units patroled the
streets in the vicinity of syna-
gogues and other Jewish build-
ings. Reports from Geneva in-
dicated likewise as similar
security measures were taken at
synagogues and other Jewish
premises in Switzerland over the
High Holy Days.
NEVERTHELESS, reports
indicated that a number of Jew-
ish families, in the aftermath of a
terrorist attack on a synagogue
in Vienna, did not attend syna-
gogues during the holiday.
In an unrelated matter, the
Allied authorities in West Berlin
have renewed their long-standing
ban on the neo-Naxi Nationali
Democratic Party (NPD). It
applies to party meetings,
congresses and propaganda and
is valid until the end of March,
1982.
Re
sky and Anatory
The Israel
to the Soviet Union "to
gates for Jews who wish to
to their homeland, and to cease
the persecution of Jews in the
Soviet Union." Shamir also ex
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B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Av... Boca Raton, Fla. 33482. Conservative Phone m-
8666. Rabbi Nathan Zettser. Cantor Benjamin B. Adlar. Sabbath Ser-
vices: Friday at 8:16 p.m. Saturday at *30 a.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
561 Brittany L.. Kings Point, Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Orthodox.
Harry Silver, President. Services daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturdays and
holidays 9 a.m. Phone 499-7407.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at First Federal Savings A Loan Association
Offices. West Atlantic. Corner Carter Road. Delray Beach. Fridays 8
P.M. 4 Onsg Shabbat Saturday!, 9 A.M. A Kiddush. Edward Dor
fman. President, 6707 Moonlit Drive. Delray Beach. Fla. 33446 Phoor
4994887. Rabbi Jonah J. Kahn. 499-4182 Cantor David Wachslar m
8992. _
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton. PL 33432. Reform Phone: 391.
8900. Rabbi Maria E. Singer. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Ser-
vices st 8:16 p.m. Family Sabbath Service st 7:30 p.m. 2nd Friday of
Each Month. TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 134. Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Conservative.
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Nathan Wainsr. President 483-6667 9 a.m. to 12 00 a.m.
TEMPLE EMETH OF THE DELRAY HEBREW CONGREGATION
6780 West Atlantic Ave Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Conservative
Phone: 498-3636. Bernard A. Silver. Rabbi: Irving Zummar, Cantor
Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9 a.m. Daily Muiyane
at 8:46 a.m. and 6 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
At St. Paula Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave.. Delray. Reform.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901. Delray Beach. Fla. 33444. Friday at
8:16 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver. President Bernard Etish 278-3715.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Yiddish
Culture
Circle
.owiUukeptaconTWday,
|7, 7:30 pJB-, Bui
, Syneaofue. 1401 NW etfa
Boca (off Gledee Road).
the direction of Dr. 8m
r, Piuhnnr of History at
.Atlantic University and
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nwgiag of YiaVUaa folk
laailiiaJJ from Sbotom
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Sinfer. and other star-
"imai"; Jaariah folklore;
, prwaatatioaa of Jewish life
vasdabad irntid" of
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ijtory; converaation (ah-
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in a lighter vain from
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(Empbaafa thia yaar wffl be
on the colorful Jawiah
uifrant experience, one
I yean of which ia being
1 thia year.)
"If the reaction of the people
the Boca croup i any
aays Dr. Portnoy,
attending the Tueeday
gatherings will derive a
emotional, intellectual, and
lift from the weekly
sion in living Yiddiah, and
friendly aaaociation
by coffaa-and) with ita
in the community-"
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Community Calandar
Oct. H
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South County Jewish Federoiion-UJAmission Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, Trip.
Oct. 17
South County Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, Trip Temple Beth El-Young Adults, p.m. meeting.
Itt.1l
Temple Beth El Brotherhood, 8:30 a.m. meeting South County-
Jewish Federotion-UJA mission Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Trip
B'nai B'rith Noah lodge, 9 a.m. breakfast meeting B'nai B'rith
Olympic XI, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood,
SHOWTIME, 8 p.m.
et.lt
B'noi B'rith Women Boca, 10 a.m. board meeting South County
Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Trip
Diamond Club V 30 a.m. meeting B'nai B'rith Women Naomi,
12 noon meeting National Council of Jewish Women Book
Discussion.
wtt.lt
SHEMINI ATZERET
CARD PARTY ORT Boca East Museum trip.
Oct. 21
SIMCHAT TORAH
Oct. 22
Hadassah Boca Mariv, 12:30 p.m. meeting Temple Beth El
Sisterhood, meeting Temple Beth El. 8 p.m. board meeting
South County Jewish Federation u|a mission Temple Emeth
Brotherhood, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood,
7:30 p.m. board meeting B'nai B'rith Women-Naomi, 4:30
p.m. dinner and show Temple Sinai Sisterhood, luncheon and
card party.
Oct. 24
Temple Beth El-Young Adult, p.m. meeting.
Oct. 2$
Temple Beth El, 8 p.m. lecture forum series-Aaron David
Rosenboum Temple Emeth Brotherhood, 9:30 a.m. breakfast
meeting Temple Emeth Sisterhood, 7:30 p.m. Simchol Torah
Dance.
Oct. 2ft
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Rummage and White Elephont Sale
Pioneer Women-Boca-10 a.m. board meeting HodassahBoco
Moriv-Bol Harbor Spa Diamond Club-9:30a.m. meeting Na-
i.onal Council of Jewish Women-9:30 a.m. Tennis Day and
lunch ORT-Boca Easl-12:30 p.m. board mebting South County
Jewish Federotion-CRC 8 p.m. meeting Temple Sinai Sister-
hood meeting.
Oct. 27
B'nai B'rith Women-Genesis- 10:30 a.m. meeting Temple Beth
El Sisterhood-Rummage ond While Elephant Sole B noi B rith-
Delroy lodge-7.30 p.m. meeting Pioneer Women Zipporah
12 30 p.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood-Trip South
County Jewish Federotion-Shalom Dinner Yidd.sh Culture Club
- Boca-7:30 p.m. meeting.
Oct. 21
National Council of Jewish Women 8 p.m. meeting ORT-San-
dlefoot-meeting ORT-Boca Eost 10:30 a.m. trip American
Mizrachi Women-Kfor Boca-1 p.m. meeting Hodassah-Avivo-
12:30 p.m. meeting ORT-Delroy-12:30 p.m. meeting Temple
Beth El Sisterhood-Rummage and White Elephant Sale South
County Jewish Federaiion-8 p.m. board meeting Pioneer
Women-Boca-10 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth 7:30 p.m.
meeting Hadassah Menachem Begin-12 noon meeting
Pioneer Women-Zipporah-11:30 p.m. luncheon.
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Brandeis Women-Delray luncheon and Fashion Show.
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Anti-Defamotion league of B'noi B'rith Award Dinne.[****
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Tournament and dinner.
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Brandeis Women-Boco-Board Meeting South County Jewish
Community Day School 8 p.m. board ^"9 *>u* C*
Jewish Federation-lion of Judah luncheon-10:30 a.m. Dia-
mond Club-9:30 a.m. meeting B'noi B'rilh Women Noorffl-iZ
Noon Board meeting.
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Hadassah Boco Moriv-1 p.m. board meeting EJECTION DAY.
Temple Emeth 7 p.m. board meeting Hodossah Ben Gurion-
Theater Trip Yiddish CultureClub-Boca-7:30 p.m. meeting.
Ma*. 4
Hodossah Menachem Begin-9:15 a.m. board meeting 'OR'-A"
Points-luncheon and Card Party National Council of Jewish
Wo men-p.m. board moating Hadassah Ben Gun on-Theater
Trip South County Jewish Federotion-Coreer Women p.m.
ORTRegional-IOa.m. board meeting.
Ma*.5
Brandeis Women-Boca-Bridge luncheon HodassahBoco Mariv-
Trip Temple Beth El-Boca-Eaecutive Boord Mooting Jewish
Wor Veterans-Snyder T ok son Post-10 a.m. mooting Temple
Emeth Sisterhood-12 noon meeting.
Ma*.l
South County Jewish Federation-Leadership Breakfast Mon's
Oivision-9 a.m. Temple Emeth 8 p.m. Cantorial Concert
Temple Beth El-Brotherhood-10 a.m. mooting Hadassah Ban
Gunon 2p m theater.
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Hadossoh-Aviva-Cord Porty Temple Emeth Singles-12 noon
meeting Diamond Club-9:30a.m. PioneerWomen-Zipporan-
luncheon ORTBoco Eosl-10 a.m. meeting.
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Hodasah Boca Mariv-10 am meeting South County Jewish
Federaiion-Generol Assembly St. Louis Pioneer Women-
Beersheba-luncheon Yiddish Culture Club-Boca-7:30 p.m
meeting B'noi B'rilh Women-Genesis-10 a.m. mealing OKi-
Delray-Boord meeting CWSandlefoot-1 p.m. boord meeting
Temple Emeth Broiherhood-7:30 p.m. meeting.
Mb*.11
Hadassah-Aviva-Boco-10 a.m. board meeting B'nai Torah
Congregotion-Sisterhood-7:30 p.m. board meeting South
County Jewish Federation-General Assembly-St. louis
VETERANS DAY: Temple Emeth Sisterhood-Frisco Follies.
Mb*.12
Free Sons of Israel-Trip B'noi B'rith-Delroy lodge-10 a.m.
boord meeting* Hadassah Ben Gurion-10a.m. board meeting.
Mb*. 13
Free Sons of Israel-Trip Delray Beach Council of Histodrul-1
p.m. meeting.
Mb*.14
B'nai B'rith Women-Boca-Bazoar and Auction Free Sons of
Israel-Trip.
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Temple Beth El-Trip Temple Sinai-Sisterhood-Trip B'nai B'rith
Women-Boca-Bazaar and Auction Free Sons of Israel-Trip
B'nai B'rith-Delray lodge-9:30 a.m. meeting B'nai B'rith Noah
lodge 9 a.m. breokfost meeting B'nai B'rith Olympic XI-9:30
a.m. meeting.
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B'nai B'rith Women-Boca-10 a.m. board meeting South County
Jewish Federotion-Special Gifts Campaign Cqbinet Meeting
Diamond Club-9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Sinai Sisterhood-Trip
Pioneer Women-Beershebo-Trip.



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News Briefs
State Dep't. Denies Threat to Jews
ByJTA
WASHINGTON A State
Department spokesman has de-
nied that President Reagan in his
press conference statement last
Thursday was criticizing Israel's
right to publicly oppose the sale
of AWACS and other military
equipment to Saudi Arabia.
Department deputy spokes-
man Alan Ramberg said what the
President was saying was that
only the United States govern-
ment has the right to make deci-
sions on its own foreign policy.
But he noted that Secretary of
State Alexander Haig has said on
many occasions that Israel and
other countries have the right
and even the "obligation" to "ex-
press the view on issues that af-
fect them."
BONN Foreign Minister
Hans-Dietrich Genscher is vi-
siting Qatar, a Persian Gulf state
with close political ties to Saudi
Arabia. Officials here said the
trip is viewed as an opportunity
to discuss the recent Saudi peace
plan for the Middle East which
they saw as a possible way to a
breakthrough in the Arab-Israeli
conflict.
According to Bonn officials,
the Saudi plan strongly implies
recognition of Israel would be
forthcoming and is very similar
to the principles for a comprehen-
sive Mideast peace laid down by
the European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) in its Venice
declaration of June, 1980.
The EEC plan has been muted
in West German government cir-
cles since the bitter controversy
erupted between Israeli Premier
Menachem Begin and Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt earlier this year.
PARIS Several hundred
persons, including representa-
tives of President Francois Mit-
terrand and municipal officials,
gathered outside the Rue Coper-
nic synagogue Friday in memory
of the four victims of the bomb
attack that occurred during Fri-
day evening services on Oct. 3,
1980. It was a solemn occasion at
which speakers reminded France
and all other European countries
to be constantly on the alert for
manifestations of revived anti-
Semitism.
But the scene outside the
Liberal house of worship was a
far cry from the outrage that
rocked France and much of the
rest of the world just one year
ago. In the aftermath of the
bombing, tens of thousands of
people of all faiths and all walks
of life marched through the
streets of Paris protesting that
such an act could have taken
place in France, a nation that tra-
ditionally abhors racial and reli-
Kious hatred.
UNITED NATIONS The
Israel Mission to the UN has re-
jected a study published here on
alleged Israeli nuclear armament,
charging that "the term of refer-
ence of the group of experts set
up to study the alleged Israeli
nuclear armament was intended
to prejudge in advance the out-
come of the study."
A group of five experts was ap-
pointed by the Special UN Ses-
sion on Disarmament in 1978 to
investigate Israel nuclear capabi-
lities at the initiative of Iraq. In
its report last week the group
concluded that Israel possesses
trie ability to produce nuclear
arms but said it could not deter-
mine whether Israel has already
made an A-bomb.
In a statement issued here, the
Israel Mission recalled that the
study was initiated by Iraq
which attempted to cover up in
this manner its own military nu-
clear ambition and activity."
The Israeli statement also
noted that "a report which draws
upon technological and scientific
aspects of nuclear capability was
written by five experts, four of
whom are political scientists
while the only nuclear physicist
happens to be an Arab."
NEW YORK, Former West
German Chancellor Willy Brandt
warned here that the gains made
from the peace treaty between
Israel and Egypt appear to be in
jeopardy ana urged Israel to ac-
cept outside assistance in saving
the treaty, "even if it comes from
Europe."
Brandt, who heads the
Socialist International and is a
Nobel Peace Prize laureate, was
referring to the European Econo-
mic Community's (EEC) call for
a comprehensive peace settle-
ment between Israel and all of its
Arab neighbors. Israel has op-
posed the European initiative be-
cause it would associate the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion with the peace process.
The German diplomat ad-
dressed some 600 people at a
fact-finding and would not apolo-
gize for it. "It did not do any
harm, and it could have been
helpful," he said.
In the course of his 40-minute
speech Brandt said his meeting
with PLO Chief Yasir Arafat in
Vienna last year was arranged
without his prior knowledge by
Austrian Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky. But he said he regarded
the meeting as an opportunity for
B'nai B'rith dinner, where he re-
ceived the B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional's President's Gold Medal-
lion Award for Humanitarianism.
JERUSALEM. The Cabinet
unanimously approved Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to
reorganize the administration of
the West Bank and Gaza Strip
with emphasis on the separation
of powers between the military
and local civilian authorities. The
plan is scheduled to go into effect
in two months.
Cabinet Secretary Arye Naor
explained later that the military
government would still exercise
overall control over newly ap
pointed civilian officials. He said
that under the Camp David
agreements, the military govern-
ment could not be replaced by a
civilian government. However,
Naor noted that some functions
presently carried out by military
officers would be transferred to
civilians in the future.
WASHINGTON Former
Defense Secretary Harold Brown
denies that the Carter Admini-
stration recommended that the
United States sell five AWACS
surveillance planes to Saudi
Arabia.
Members of the Reagan Ad-
ministration, including Secretary
of State Alexander Haig and De-
fense Secretary Caspar Weinber-
ger, have been arguing that Con-
gress should not turn down the
$8.5 billion arms package because
it was promised for the Saudis by
both President Reagan and for-
mer President Carter.
But, appearing on ABC-TV's
"Issues and Answers," Brown
said he wrote the Saudis last year
that he would recommend to the
incoming Reagan Administration
that they approve the Saudi re-
quest for the enhancement equip-
ment for the 62 F15s they bought
in 1978.
BONN Dov Ben-Meir. a
Labor leader of the Knesset and
chairman of Histardrut in Tel
Aviv, has received assurances
from Friends of Israel in West
Germany that they will do their
utmost to prevent the sale of ad-
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A score of trade union officials,
members of the Bundestag and
leaders of the governing Social
Democratic Party (SPD) re-
sponded to a letter on the subject
addressed to them by Ben-Meir.
Several expressed dismay that
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