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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Betray Beach and Highland Beach
Volume 4 Number 11
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, March 12,1982
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Price 35 Cents
Camp Maccabee to Utilize
High School Facilities
Camp Maccabee, the Jewish
summer day camp sponsored by
the South County Jewish
Federation for toddlers through
fifth grade, will be held this com-
ing summer on the campus of
Pope John Paul II High School
located on Military Trail at 40th
St. in Boca Raton.
In making the announcement,
Susan Kerper, director of the
camp indicated that obtaining
the use of the magnificent
facilities of the Pope John Paul 11
High School is a major break-
through in the growth and
development of Camp Maccabee.
Kerper indicates that there are
extensive playfields, volleyball,
tennis and basketball courts,
nature areas, an indoor gymnasi-
um with special play faculties for
toddlers, as well as extensive
modern indoor air-conditioned
play areas for arts and crafts and
other camp activities.
"This is the most functional
and beautiful facility that we
could have secured for Camp
Maccabee. We are absolutely en-
thralled that the Diocese so
graciously extended the use of
this magnificent facility" said
Kerper.
Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal.
executive director of the Federa-
tion said, "It is a true reflection
of understanding and brother-
hood that we were warmly re-
ceived by Brother Michael
Welsh, the principal of Pope John
Paul II High School and his
athletic director Michael Mc-
Mannus. They overly extended
themselves to help the Jewish
community when they realized
that we needed a larger facility
this year for Camp Maccabee due
to its rapid growth in enroll-
ment."
The first session of the camp
will be from June 14 to July 9
and the second session will run
from July 12 to August 6.
Registration is now being ac-
cepted at the South County Jew-
ish Federation offices at 2200
North Federal Highway, tele-
phone. 368-2737. There is limited
space within the camp. Registra-
tion is on a first come, first serve
basis.
As in past years, the camp will
have a staff of specialists includ-
ing arts and crafts, music, swim-
ming, sports and an Israeli scout
specialized in Judaism. Tuition
for a four week session is $250
which includes all transportation
from the home, except for the
Toddler Program. Tuition for the
toddler program which is a half
day session is S125 per four-week
session.
Mubarak Told
Come to Jerusalem, Or Stay in Egypt
By GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JF.RUSALEM (JTA^ -
The Cabinet agreed last week
that Israel would have to forego
"the important visit" of Egypt's
President Hosni Mubarak unless
he agrees to include Jerusalem on
his itinerary. That decision was
announced by Cabinet Secretary
A rye Naor after Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir briefed bis col-
leagues on his three-day visit to
Cairo.
Although Shamir returned
from Kgypt with the clear im-
pression that Mubarak would not
go to Jerusalem, negotiations on
that delicate matter reportedly
were continuing. Observers here
anxiously awaited the Egyptian
reaction to the Cabinet's
position.
EARLIER, Israeli and Egyp-
tian officials denied a Voice of Is-
rael Radio report that Premier
Menachem Begin had sent a firm
message to Mubarak a week ago
insisting that he visit Jerusalem
or not make the trip. The mes-
sage was sent prior to Shamir's
departure from Cairo, according
to the radio report, and was also
conveyed to Mubarak by Shamir
when they met last -
Sources here said the initial
denial was apparently an attempt
to cover up the dispute which
now is in the open. Israel has
been insisting that Mubarak pay
his visit before the Apr. 25 dead-
line for Israel's withdrawal from
Sinai.
Israeli reporters who accom-
panied Shamir to Egypt said
Mubarak was wary of holding a
summit meeting with Begin be-
fore that date because it might
embarrass him in his efforts to
restore Egypt's good relations
with other Arab states.
Joseph Pollack Joins
Temple Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Sholom, Century
Village, Boca Raton, takes great
pleasure in announcing that Rev.
Joseph M. Pollack, who enth-
ralled the temple members at last
year's High Holiday services and
on numerous Sabbaths since, has
agreed to remain as their full-
lime cantor.
Rev. Pollack, who made his
debut at the age of 13, began his
studies with the renowned
Cantor-Composer J. Wasilkow-
sky. He later continued his tutel-
age with Cantor H. Semiatin and
studied voice and music at the
Henry Street Settlement Music
School in Manhattan.
He is a product of the Hebrew
Parochial School System in
Brooklyn, N.Y., where he at-
Continued on Page 9
Joseph Pollack
MUBARAK WAS also said to
be concerned that Israel might
take preemptive military action
against the Palestinians in south
Lebanon immediately after he
meets with Begin. It was recalled
that Israel bombed Iraq's nuclear
reactor shortly after Begin met
with the late President Anwar
Sadat at Ophira in southern Sinai
last June, an action which
severely embarrassed the Egyp-
tian leader who had no advance
knowledge of Israel's plans.
Egyptian Foreign Minister
Kamal Hasson AH, who hosted
Shamir on his visit to Cairo was
reported as saying that Israel has
given no ultimatum to Egypt
with respect to Mubarak's trip.
Radio Monte Carlo's Cairo corre-
spondent reported over the week-
end that Israel is trying to create
"an artificial crisis" over the
issue. That, reportedly, prompted
Mubarak and Hassan Ali to send
urgent messages to the U.S.
Mubarak reportedly sent a
message to President Reagan
Monday, delivered by the Egyp-
tian Ambassador in Washington,
Ashraf Ghorbal. Foreign Min-
istry sources in Cairo said the
message dealt with the Palestin-
ian autonomy issue and other as-
pects of the Middle East peace
process but they did not know if
Mubarak's impending visit to Is-
rael was also mentioned.
Amsterdam Won't
Subsidize Center
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
The municipality will no longer
subsidize the Jewish Cultural
Center, Beth Ami. The reason
was indicated by the Alderman
for Cultural Affairs who criticized
Beth Ami for its policy which
allows only Jews and not other
city residents to be members of
the center.
Peres Rejects Begin's
Invite to Join Government
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
tabor Party Chairman
Shimon Peres has rejected
Premier Menachem Begin's
latest offer to form a
national unity government.
He told the party's Central
Committee that he had re-
sponded negatively to a
letter from Begin because
he believed that before
there could be any talk of a
national unity government
there had to be a debate on
a joint policy.
Peres said he would not dis-
close the contents of his reply to
Itegin until the Premier received
it and had a chance to study it.|
Begin's invitation to Peres was
made public on Israel Radio.
THE "Dear Shimon" letter
said that inasmuch as Labor sup-
ports the autonomy plan, there is
a clear basis for cooperation be-
tween Labor and Likud in a na-
tional unity government, at least
for the five year period during
which autonomy would be in ef-
fect on the West Bank and Gaza
Strip.
While Labor supports au-
tonomy in principle, it does not
subscribe to Begin's version of it.
Peres noted that "at the moment
there is only a Likud autonomy
plan which is merely on paper.
You cannot build a national poli-
cy on the basis of a paper plan,"
he said.
Begin's latest call for a unity
Shimon Peres
,1,'nvemment was prompted by
Labor's rejection of another pro-
posal he made recently that it
join Likud in sending a parlia-
mentary delegation to Wash-
ington to explain to the Reagan
Administration why Israel
regards the possible U.S. sale of
sophisticated weaponry to Jor-
dan to be an intolerable threat to
its security.
PERES DEMURRED on
grounds that it would imply
I>abor support for Begin govern-
ment policies. He reported a sug-
gestion of his own turned
down by Begin that members
of the Knesset's Foreign Affairs
and Security Committee which
includes coalition and opposition
MKs, go to Washington to ex-
plain Israel's position.
Super Sunday Endorsed
By Rabbinical Association
The South County Rabbinical
Association at a recent meeting
unanimously endorsed Super
Sunday which will be held March
21. All rabbis in attendance
pledged to solicit on the tele-
phone for the UJ A- Federation
1982 campaign during Super
Sunday.
Rabbi Sam Silver of Temple
Sinai, Delray Beach, president of
the association, said, "It is the
obligation of every Jew to sup-
port other Jews in need. Fellow
Jews in Israel, throughout the
world and here in South County
depend upon the success of this
massive phone-a-thon on Super
Sunday. I am proud that every
rabbi in South County will be a
part of this exciting day."
Rabbis in attendance support-
ing Super Sunday were Rabbi
Continued on Page 8
Volunteers
Needed
Super Sunday
March 21
Federation Office
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, March 12,1982
Unexpected Source of Support
Feminist Leader Wins Grudging Orthodox Tribute
ByBENGALLOB paid to Betty Friedan. a
A qualified and clearly key figure in the feminist
skeptical tribute has been movement and until recent-
Christians Urged to Establish
Unified Approach to Israel Support
LOS ANGELES -
(JTA) Rev. Isaac Rott-
enberg. executive director
of the National Christian
Leadership Conference for
Israel, has called for a more
unified approach among
Christians supporting Isra
el.
Speaking to the Jewish
Federation Council Community
Relations Committee's Com-
mission on the Middle East.
Rottenbrg said that non-Jewish
support is often ineffective
because the groups, coming as
they do from different Christian
ideological viewpoints, are so
fragmented there is little oppor-
tunity for cooperation, coordina-
tion or communication.
"The ineffectiveness was
clearly demonstrated during the
AWACS debate.' he observed.
"Here we had a number of
prominent people in the country
'playing around' with anti-
Semiiism just to win a political
fight and Christians did not band
together to deplore this."
ROTTENBERG praised
numerous programs aimed at
creating dialogues between
Christians and Jews but said a
true dialogue should lead to a
tangible demonstration of sol-
idarity, one recognizing the role
of Judaism in Christian history,
as a living faith, and as a people
who have survived a terrible
trauma the Holocaust.
"The danger in too much non-
productive dialoguing is that
with Israel threatened with ex-
tinction, all some groups would
be doing is conducting a dialogue
with no tangible results," he
warned.
The minister noted that
numerous Christian groups sup
porting Israel are being
established around the country
especially among evangelical
Christians. Very often, he ob-
served, the groups may have
some animosity toward each
other.
BUT THIS is not really
important as far as support of Is-
rael is concerned, and could be a
very powerful force of support if a
mechanism was established to
bring the leaders of these bodies
together to chart a common
course of action.
"There are always stories in
the press about this Christian
group or that doing something
for Israel. While this is good it
does not take the place of a co-
ordinated effective support." he
said
Ida Nude I May be Released
From Harsh Exile in Siberia
NEW YOKK (JTA I -
Soviet Jewish Prisoner of Con-
science Ida Nudel is scheduled to
be released this month, after
having spent four years in harsh
exile in a remote Siberian village,
it was reported here by the
Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry. Nudel, who will be
51 years old on Apr. 27. first
applied for an emigration visa to
Israel in 1971.
According to Zeesy Schnur.
executive director of the New
York Conference, no one can be
sure whether she will be allowed
to emigrate to Israel upon her
release. "As a former prisoner.
Ida cannot look forward to an
easy reentry into Soviet life if she
is forced to remain in the Soviet
Union," Ms. Schnur said. "Ida'?
greatest wish is to live in Israel
and be reunited with her only
close living relative, her sister,
liana Friedman."
SCHNUR ADDED: it is cru-
cial that we communicate with
the Soviets, and insist that Ida
be given permission to go to Is-
rael at once." She suggested
contacting Secretary of State
Alexander Haig at the State
Department in Washington.
DC. and to Soviet Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrymn at the Km-
Iw.ssy of the USSR. 1125 16
Street. Washington, D.C. 20036.
In 1978. Nudel hung a banner
from her Moscow apartment
window which stated, "KGB,
give me my visa." When agents
tore down her banner, she
replaced it with others, and
finally with a cloth bearing the
Star of David. For this, she was
arrested, imprisoned and sent
into exile on charges of mali-
cious hooliganism. Her stalwart
support of Prisoners of Con-
science, despite all risks, earned
her the name "Guardian Angel"
long before her own exile.
In a film that showed her life in
exile. Nudel declared: ,,No_
matter how I am tormented, how
week I am. how lonely or sense-
less my present life. I do not
regret or renounce any of my ac-
tions. We believe our suffering is
not for nothing, and this belief
keeps us from despair. I believe
thai sonu day I will walk up the
steps of an El Al aircraft, and my
suffering and my tears will re-
main in my memory only, and my
heart will be full of triumph. God
grant that it mil happen soon."
ly at least a foe of the tradi-
tional Jewish view on the
role of women, by the peri-
odical of an Orthodox orga-
nization fervently com-
mitted to that view the
Jewish Observer, the schol-
arly publication of Agudath
Israel of America.
The periodical contains a
section. "'Second Looks at the
Jewish Scene," offering com-
ments on current issues from an
Orthodox stance. Under the
heading "ERA Comes Home" in
a recent issue, comment is
focused on the impact on families
generally of the increasing need
for married women including
Orthodox women to get paid
jobs because of the pressures of
inflation.
THE OBSERVER com
mentator asserted that chances
tor adoption of the Equal Rights
Amendment "appear to be
diminishing" because "the broad
public" is reacting to "the ex-
cesses" of the feminist move-
ment. "In fact, it has now become
fashionable to bemoan the disap-
pearance of the family, which, of
course, is civilization's prime
conveyor of personal security,
culture and social stability."
Now. the commentator
declared. Friedan is "joining the
rest in calling for "a revision of
the- goals of the Feminist Revo-
lution." In her book. "The
Feminine Mystique," Friedan
"attacked the concept that
women exist to take care of their
men and look after their homes,
smashing the pedestal on which
they had once been reverently
placed. To Friedan. the pedestal
was a cage."
Now. presumably after de-
ciding that current social change
threatens family stability.
Friedan has declared in a new
book. "The Second Stage," that
"the Revolution has gone too far
in pursuit of personhood' for in
the process women have shed
their feminine distinctiveness."
RADICAL ELEMENTS were
allowed to become spokespersons
Hate Mag Banned
TORONTO (JTA) A
Hungarian-language publication
from Australia. lit es Cel ('' Path
and Destination"), has been
banned from Canadian mail for
hatemongering. The periodical is
replete with anti-Semitic
material.
for the movement, "which
became identified with a pro-
abortion stance, against"right-to-
life -ers. and became thought of
as being for deviant life styles
and anti-family"
But in her new book, Friedan
asserts that "we're also pro-life.
We believe in the family, and we
re in favor of conventional rela-
tionships between the sexes. We
only wish to keep other options
open and to recognize personal
preferences in private matters, a
osition regarded with the
deepest suspicion by religious
fundamentalists as sanctioning
homosexuality and couples living
out of wedlock.
Rejecting any idea that
Friedan was apologizing for her
"errors of the past." the com-
mentator asserted that "she
simply dismisses them as in-
evitable excesses of the first
stage of the revolution like the
cutting edge of any revolution."
WHAT FRIEDAN is now
ready to do. according to the
commentator, is to "publicly
recognize the harm inherent in
perpetuating these excesses, and
sin is expressing concern for the
well-being of her followers, who
are suffering from various types
of anxieties, identity crises and
an inability to meet conflicting.
overbearing demands" of the
feminist resolution.
"And in a final burst of re-
\ isionism totally renouncing
the slogan bikigy is not destiny'
she now maintains that family
involvement should not be
Betty Friedan
involvement should not be uost-
postponed" by women "in-
definitely, for 'children and
biology will not wait.' '
The commentator added the
caution that Friedan "may very
well be engaged in a tactical re-
treat, simp!}- stepping backwards
for a pause" before she "lurches
forward again for Stage Three."
What the commentator thought
Friedan might propose for
"Stage Three' was not indicated.
ARGUING that the feminist
leader was not necessarily speak-
ing for "the rest of the
movement." the Orthodox com-
mentator declared that her new
look "does recognize that one
does not treat lightly six millenia
of family life."
In any case, the commentator
concluded. Friedan "certainly
has not as yet come full circle
She does not accept that role
assignments based on sex are not
simply products of one or another
set ol social conditions; and that
they are not the marks of
pn\ ilege versus subservience."
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Gotham's Met Museum Hit For Canceling Israel Show
NEW YORK-(JTA)-
Major Jewish organizations
have attacked the Metro-
politan Museum of Art for
its decision not to display
an archaeological exhibit
from Israel because some of
the artifacts are from the
West Bank and would
therefore pose a security
risk to the museum.
any .way to the campaign of those
who would seek to delegitimize
the State of Israel. In the Metro-
politan's stated effort to avoid
political controversy, the mu-
seum has in fact needlessly
allowed itself to be drawn into
current issues of dispute."
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith termed the mu-
seum's decision regrettable and
(indefensible" and said the mu-
seum's director, Phjllippe de
Montebello, engaged in "specious
reasoning" in alleging that the
exhibition would be a statement
of foreign policy on the part of
the museum.
Britons See Play Defending
Hitler's 'Solution'for Jews
LONDON (JTA) The Jewish community is
shocked by a play, adapted from a novel by a French Jew-
ish academician, George Steiner, in which Hitler, not
dead but now a sprightly 91, defends the "final solution"
Council of New York, the three a^j points an accusing finger at Israeli avengers who
organizations expressed dismay
and outrage" at the reasons
In a joint statement by the
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, and
the Jewish Community Relations
given by the museum for refusing
to allow the exhibit.
"WE FIND it moat deplorable
that the Metropolitan should
take such a narrow political view
regarding an outstanding
cultural exhibit that is intended
to illustrate the development of
civilization in the Holy Land
from earnest times through the
Crusades and includes materials
of Jewish, Christian and Islamic
significance," the statement said.
"The Metropolitan in the past
has shown many other exhibits
from countries and regions in-
volved in current political con-
troversy. It is therefore all the
more unconscionable that an
institution of the Metropolitan's
stature should lend support in
Egyptian Says
Secular State
In Israel
Is Inevitable
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
MONTREAL The
I nsptian Ambassador to
Canada, Tahsin Hasheer, said
here that full peace will be
achieved by Israel only after the
Israelis recognise the "need for
Palestinian self-rule." However,
the envoy stressed that "Egypt
will continue to work toward
completing the peace process"
luted by its late President
\nwar Sadat.
Addressing 150 members of
the Lakeshore Chapter of Rotary
International, Hasheer main-
tained that the Israelis "have, a
dilemma they must face. They
must either incorporate the
Palestinians, in which case Israel
will not be a Jewish state but a
multi-national country, or they
could keep the Palestinians" sub-
jugated, "and I do not believe the
majority of Israelis want this."
HE INSISTED that "The only
solution of the Middle East con-
flict is for the Israelis and Pales-
tinians to recognize each other.
In the rational sense, what do
two or three cities on the West
Bank mean to Israel? East side
believes it is entitled to what it
has and the other side is its
mortal enemy." Israel's reward
for reaching a settlement with the
Palestinians would be recognition
by the rest of the Arab world,
Hasheer said.
He observed that "Israel was
created to set an example to the
rest of the world and to provide a
haven for persecuted Jewa. But
how can you be that when you're
a persecutor?" He pictured
Egypt as the Arab country most
responsible for fostering peace in
the Middle East. He said Egypt
wanted to make the region
nuclear free.
In that connection, the envoy
claimed that "Israel has created
20 to 30 httle bombs, and every
country in the Middle East wants
little bombs to defend itself." He
noted that Egypt haa signed the
nuclear non-proliferation treaty
and said his country's task ia to
"make other Middle Eastern na-
tions feel that making peace with
ljrael ia not a betrayal but an
achievement."
have captured him and put him on trial in the jungles of
Brazil.
"JUDGING whether to do a
show based upon political rather
than cultural considerations
would set a dangerous precedent
by requiring that potential
exhibitions from every part of the
world be debated by a museum in
terms of foreign policy," the
ADL said.
Nathan Perlmutter. ADL's na-
tional director, said: "Culture
and history have always trans-
cended politics and, in the case of
this particular show containing
the Dead Sea scrolls, among
other ancient treasures, large
numbers of persons are being de-
nied an opportunity to view ob-
jects that are an essential and
' integral part of the chronicle ot
Western civijization."
Ivan Novick, president of the
/.tonist Organization of America,
said that the museum's decision
to cancel the Israeli exhibit be-
cause it created a "security risk
from radical elements" dem-
onstrates how "the psy-
chology of fear" operates.
He added: "If Arab pressure
can dictate the price of fuel, in-
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have we not forfeited our right as
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At issue ia not Israeli land or an-
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America and the pride and inde-
pendence of its people that are
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The play, which opened at the Mermaid Theater,
with a skilled actor, Alex McCowen, portraying Hitler,
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National Socialist doctrines on Jewish separatism; that
the Old Testament has subjected mankind to moral black-
mail; and that the "final solution" was indespensable to
the creation of the State of Israel because it taught the
Jew how to drive the "lice-ridden" Palestinian Arabs from
his land.
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Number 11
Friday. March 12. 1982
Volume 4
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Our Elderly Need Care
There is no doubt that the Florida State Legisla-
ture has a monumental amount of business to do in a
session just about half over. Judging by the pace of
the first half, some observers are already predicting a
special session at the Legislature's official close.
At a time when so many adult care centers for
the elderly throughout Florida and the nation are
under attack for the low credentials of their facilities
The CCE Act, passed in 1976, authorized the
funding of seven demonstration projects throughout
Florida.
Community Care programs offer supportive
services such as day care, transportation, home
health care, respite care, and hot meals to frail,
elderly people living among us. Since it was insti-
tuted, the program has achieved its objectives of
enabling this high-risk population to remain at home
instead of in higher cost facilities.
Sephardim Say They've Lost God,
Given Socialist 'Fraud' Instead
RAM AT GAN (ZINS> Emotions ran high at a
stormy symposium held here devoted to the relations be-
tween Israel's Sephardic and Ashkenazic communities.
Dr. Gabriel Ben Simchon, an immigrant from Morocco,
gave expression to the deep feelings of frustration felt by
his community.
"When we made our aliyah to Israel," said Dr. Ben
Simchon, "we lost our religious faith and our Father. On
arriving here we were dressed in khaki. In place of reli-
gious tradition we were given socialism, which has proven
to be a huge fraud. In the end we were left without God
and without socialism. We have abandoned the
traditional Moroccan wedding ceremony; instead we have
received a culture of synthetic plastic. The spokesman
added a further protest against Israel's TV which he said
is "monopolized by the Ashkenazim."
SOCIOLOGIST Dr. Yonatan Perres spoke in a more
optimistic vein. He pointed out that 20 percent of native
births are now the offspring of so-called "mixed mar-
riages." "There will come a time,"said Dr. Perres, "when
there will be a harmonious and compatible Israeli
society. He pointed to the fact that the percentage of
divorces among "mixed couples" is very low.
Egyptian high school student (right) chats
with Israeli counterpart at American Jewish
Congress Louise Waterman Wise Youth
Hostel in Jerusalem during visit of 60 Egyp-
tian teen-agers. Egyptian boys and girls
were first youngsters to take part in cultural
exchange under 'normalization' terms of
Egyptian-Israeli peace agreement
Headlines
Egyptian, Israeli High Schoolers Meet
Sixty Israeli teen-agers recently welcomed 60
Egyptian boys and girls of the same age at a
luncheon in their honor at the American Jewish
Congress Louise Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in
Bayit Vegan. Jerusalem. Gina Frishman, a staff
member at the hostel, said that the youths acted
as if Israel and Egypt "have always been
friends."
The Egyptian youngsters were the first visitors
in a youth exchange established under the Israeli-
Egyptian peace treaty. A group of Israeli teen-
agers will return the visit by traveling to Egypt
next month.
The Egyptian boys and girls entered the hostel
singing an Arabic song they had prepared especi-
ally for the occasion: "We came from Egypt
bringing peace We come to Israel, the land of
peace, bringing you peace."
There are only five centers in the world where
scientists are fertilizing the human egg in a test
tube with subsequent transfer of the growing em-
bryo into the uterus of the mother a process
that is popularly called "test-tube babies."
The Hadassah- Hebrew University Medical
Center in Jerusalem has only recently been ad-
mitted into this exclusive club, which includes
renters in the United States. Australia. England
and India.
Dr. Joseph Schenker. chief of the Department
of Gynecology *nd Obstetrics at Hadassah.
heads the program. He explains: "The women, for
whom this process is used, have tuba! damage
which is usually due to infection, abortion, or
previous operations on the peritoneal cavity.
There are hundreds of such women in Israel, and
the only possibility of their achieving pregnancy
is by means of this in vitro (test tube) technique."
The world's first Chair in Philosophy and
Jewish Law will be established at Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity in Israel in honor of Jack D. Weiler. New
York realtor and philanthropist, it is announced
by Jane Stem, president of the University's
American Board of Overseers.
A gift from the Weiler family, the Chair com-
memorates Wefler's honorary Doctor of Humane
Letters degree awarded at the University's
Academic Convocation last June. It will serve
both the Department of Philosophy and the
School of Law at the University.
Dr. Emanud Rackman, president of Bar-Ilan.
will deliver the inaugural Weiler Lecture and co-
ordinate the Chair's activities pending the formal
designation of an incumbent.
Representatives of the American Jewish Join
Distribution Committee departing Warsaw, Po-
land after a four-day visit to determine the well-
being of the Jewish community, announced that
the kosher food packages which had been shipped
into Poland over the past two months were re-
ceived and distributed.
JDC President Henry Taub and JDC Execu-
tive Vice President Ralph I. Goldman met with
representatives of the government and the Jewish
community during the visit and said that they
had found no evidence of discrimination by the
government against the Jewish community. They
observed that they found "no measurable" differ
ence between the condition of the Jewish commu-
nity and that of the general population.
Yair Evron, senior lecturer of political science
at Tel Aviv University, has been appointed
Visiting Israeli Professor at Georgetown Univer-
sity for the spring semester of 1962.
Each year an Israeli professor joins the faculty
of the Government Department at Georgetown
through the support of the Jewish Community
Council of Greater Washington and Georgetown
University.
This semester, Evron is teaching two courses
"Israeli Foreign Policy" and "Superpowers in
the Middle East" for graduate and undergraduate
students. He is an authority on Middle Eastern
international relations, arms control, military
strategy and Israeli-American affairs.
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has urged passage of federal legislation to
guarantee that no group of civilians be arbitrarily
interned on the basis of race, religion or national
origin, as were Japanese-Americans during World
War II.
In a resolution passed at ADL's National
Executive Committee meeting in Palm Beach,
and made public this week, the agency called on
Congress to adopt a statute which would assure
that:
"No United States citizen shall be evacuated,
relocated, detained, partiallv confined or other-
wise deprived of civil liberties on the basis of race,
religion, ethnicity, color or national origin."
Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman, senior rabbi of
New York City's Central Synagogue, has been
named co-chairman of the Joint Commission on
Outreach of the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and the Central Conference of Amer
kan Rabbis.
Rabbi Herman Schaalman, president of the
CCAR. made the announcement.
With his co-chairman, David Belin, a Des
Moines attorney. Rabbi Zimmerman will lead the
Reform movement's nationwide campaign "to
spread the message of Judaism" to non-Jewish
partners in mixed marriages, to the children of
such marriages and to "persons of no religious
preference."
The "outreach" program, proposed by UAHC
president Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler three
years ago. was formally approved by the Union at
its 56th biennial assembly held recently in Bos-
ton.
Israel Pickol. a lawyer specializing in the field
of business investment, took office this week as
Israel's Ecomonic Minister to the United States.
Pickol, whose headquarters are in New York, suc-
ceeds David Rotlevy, who has returned to Israel
after completing a two and a half year term of of-
fice.
Pickol will supervise the activities of the Israel
Government Investment Authority, the Israel
Trade Mission and the Israel Government
Tourism Office in New York.


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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, March 12,1982
South County Residents to
Attend Federation Conference
Twenty-six people from South
County have registered for the
second bi-annual conference of
the Association of Jewish
Federations which will be held
Apr. 2-4 at the Hyatt Orlando
Hotel in Kiss.mmee, announces
James B. Baer, president of the
South County Jewish Federation.
Baer said, "Last week I pre-
dicted that at least 30-50 people
from our community will parti-
cipate in this exciting event. I am
pleased to see that the response
has been as enthusiastic as I ex-
pected and I believe that we will
see at least another 25 people
registered within the next week."
Participating in the weekend
conference will be Congressman
Claude Pepper, who will receive
the Humanitarian Award of the
Association of Florida Federation
Martin Citrin, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations,
1'homas Bine, executive director
of AIFAC, Israel's Lobby in
Washington, Esther Leah Ritz,
president-elect of the National
Jewish Welfare Board and Kabbi
Irving Greenberg, executive
director of the National Jewish
Resource Center in New York
City. Rabbi Greenberg will be
scholar-in-residence for the week-
end.
Workshops will be held on the
following topics: Services and
Facilities for the Klderly, Chal-
lenges Facing Jewish Education,
the Changing Jewish Family, as
well as workshops on the Federa-
tion as a Political Entity and
Campaign Procedures.
Levy to be Guest
Speaker March 16
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Schwalb,
hosts lor the Pines Coffee on
Tuesday evening Mar. 16 for the
benefit "for the 1982 UJA-Federa-
tion Drive, announce that the
speaker for the event will be
Henry Levy.
Ix-vy is the former director of
European operations for United
Hias Services. He was also on the
stall ol the Joint Distribution
Committee operating in Latin
America.
Invitations have been mailed
to all previous supporters of UJ A
who reside in the Pines Fast and
Pint's West condominiums.
Interested residents may make
reservations by phoning the Fed-
eration office at 368-2737.
Lerv
A highlight of the conference
will be a meeting with Israeli
Consul General Joel Arnon who
will hold a dialogue with the par-
ticipants on the current political
situation in Israel, including
developments on the Golan
Heights, the United Nations and
other sensitive issues. A multi-
media contata based on the
"Song of Songs" will be
presented at the plenary session.
Haby sitting will be available
for children of all ages. The
conference will end Sunday
morning leaving ample time for
people who are attending the
ADE Cocktail Party, late Sunday
afternoon, to arrive back in South
County for that important event.

Registration and information
can be obtained at the South
County Jewish Federation office
368-2737.
Ken No da at
Temple Beth El
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
announces the third concert of
the Young Artists Series, "Sun-
day at 3" on Mar. 14, presenting
Ken Noda, pianist, a musician of
great promise and composer of
five operas.
In 1977, he made his debut
with the New York Philharmonic,
and in 1979. his London debut
with the English Chamber Or-
chestra conducted by Daniel Bar-
enbota). He has since performed
with Orchestra de Paris. Israel
Philharmonic and the Berlin
Philharmonic. This summer he is
scheduled to perform at the Rav-
in m Music Festival.
FIRST WE MEET
KOSHER STANDARDS.
THEN WE MEET
TOUGHER STANDARDS.
OURS.
Kosher standards are tougher than the U.S. Government's.
But they're not tough enough for us.
Because while kosher law forbids many non-meat fillers
and additives in meat, it does allow by-products and artificial colorinq
We don't.
We not only make sure our hot dogs, bologna, salami,
and knockwurst are 100% pure beef, but we also make sure they're
100% natural. Qualities everyone has a taste foe
At Hebrew National, we make our kosher meat by the
only law we can live with. Our own.
on any package of
Hebrew National franks,
knocks, salami or bologna
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Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
announces the fourth concert of
the 1982 Distinguished Artists
Series on Wednesday, Mar. 17 at
8:15 p.m., with a performance by
Leonard Rose, cellist.
Born in Washington, and
raised in Florida, Leonard Rose
has been acclaimed by the New
York Times as the most success-
ful American cellist playing to-
day.
At the age of 13, he was al-
ready a gold medal winner in a
Florida state-wide competition.
At 20, he was chosen assistant
solo cellist with the NBC Sym-
phony. He has been solo cellist
with the Cleveland Orchestra and
the New York Philharmonic
among many others, and has per-
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globe. He is presently on the
faculty of the Juilliard School.
Leonard Hose
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concert office at 391-8600.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page?
1 femple Emeth Brotherhood Breakfast to
Honor Leaders of Oriole Villages
By JACK M. LEVINE
All presidents of organizations
n each of the four components
Jomprising the Villages of Oriole,
nd all heads of chapters of
Rational Jewish organizations, or
ivic leaders residing in the Oriole
mplex, will be honored by the
of Temple Emeth, at a comme-
morative breakfast on Sunday,
Mar. 28 at 9:30 a.m.. at the Tem-
ple.
Brotherhood president. Arthur
Lucker. and first vice president,
Ben Karpen, who is Federation-
UJA co-chairman for Palm
Cireens, have extended an invita-
t
nembership of the Brotherhood
Organizations
in the News
For Further Information on
Area Organizations, Call
South County Jewish Federation,
in Boca Raton, 368-2737
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI
Jtfar Boca Chapter of
Kmerican Mizrachi Women will
licet Thursday, Mar. 18 at 10
i.in. al the home of Lea Frank.
Mnslie D Apt. 2055, Century
/Mage West. A program on
urini will be presented.
ANSHEISHALOM
Sisterhood will hold a home
lake Sale and Handcrafted
\ures on Mar. 18 al Oriole Plaza,
\ilanlic Avenue in Delray
each. The time is 10 a.m. to 3
mil All welcome.
BETH EL
Sisterhood's March meeting
i*%4Lbi- held mi Thursday, Mar. 18
I 12:U0 p.m. in the Temple
toe in I Miill. (iuest speaker will lie
iH'hurd I Irishman financial
ilannir whose subject will be
Munaging ^our Money." Your
|inus' is invited.
B NAl B KITH
Naomi Chapter will hold its
gulur mooting on Mar. 15 at
_ ) pin. al Temple Kmelh. The
%HM>rs id the "Brotherhood
mhu) (onlesl" will be present
mil I hey will read the winning
smi) H lu the membership. A skit
wll alsn be perlormed.
BN AMOK AH
"An Evening with Isaac
I.isIuais Singer" will be held on
Miutiav. Mar. 2H at (he Sheraton
old in Boat Kalon at 7:.W p.m.
le is a world renowned author
mid winner ol the Nobel Prize for
Literature, (ieneral admission is
HO|K'r person.
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dinner dance on Sunday, Mar. 14
at the new Holiday Inn on 1-95
and (ilades Koad in Boca Raton
to benefit the School of Engineer-
ing in Jerusalem.
All Points Chapter will hold its
next general meeting on Mar. 16
on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the
American Savings Bank. Kings
Point. The program lor the day
will feature professor Rosenberg
Irom Florida Atlantic University.
He will speak on the aging
process.
IMu.v Oriole Chapter will hold
its Annual Flea Market and
Kummage Sale in the parking lot
ol the First Federal Savings and
LuiUl Association of Delray
Beach on Mar. 28 Irom 9 a.m. to2
p.m.
SINAI
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
bold a Luncheon Card Party and
Chinese Auction on Monday,
Mar. 29 at the Delray Adult
Ii((nation Center at noon. Call
11race Cilbcrl lor reservations.
lion to all men and women of the
Villages of Abbey, Bonaire,
Camelot and Deauville to attend
and participate in this first, all-
inclusive communitywide event
in which their respective Oriole
leadership will be honored.
Silver Haired Legislator. Al
Oslrick of Bonaire, will be the
keynote guest speaker at this
historic occasion for the Villages
of Oriole. Camelot's Rickey Reed,
accompanied at the piano by Bill
Shenken, will present her
inimitable brand of entertain-
ment.
Karpen stressed that Ostrick
was selected for the keynote spot
because of his outstanding record
of leadership on behalf of the Del-
ray community, our State, our
Nation, and on behalf of the State
of Israel.
Elected a Silver Haired Legis-
lator by an overwhelming land-
slide of some 3,000 votes, Ostrick
went on to Tallahassee to lead in
formulating plans for important
legislation to the State Legisla-
ture. He was foremost in our
Community as an outspoken
opponent against the sale of
AW ACS to Saudi Arabia.
As Orioles chairman, Ostrick
has been at the helm of an unpre-
cedented successfull Federation-
United Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Donation lor a full breakfast is
$1.50 per person. Tickets can be
obtained through the Temple
Box Office. 498-7422; through
the organizations within the res-
|M>clive Villages of Oriole, or
Abbey Dr. Edward Kingsley,
199-5888; Bonaire Jack M. Le-
vine. 498-1564; Camelot Bob
Darnell. 498-1459; Deauville -
Doris Perlman, 499-0695.
Federation Community Rela-
tions Council members and Vil-
lages of Oriole UJA co-chairman,
Jack M. l.i'Miic. is coordinating
the Mar. 28 breakfast.
'The lolkiwing will be honored:
Village of Abbey:
Presidents ... I. W. "Bill
Rapaport, Village Board of
Directors: Dr. Alvin Graff, Men's
Club; Betty Schwartz. Dolls; Dr.
Edward Kingsley. Oriole
Masonic Club; Ruth Wynn, Civic
Association; Frances Lehn, Zip-
porah Chapter, Pioneer Women;
Renalc Eckstein, Sisterhood,
Oriole Jewish Center. Temple
Anshei Shalom. Also. Morris
Cohen. Silver Haired Legislator
and Max Rosenbaum, Free Sons
of Israel. Florida 10th District
Deputy.
Village of Bonaire:
Presidents Sidney Simon,
Villuge Hoard of Directors: Louis
Klusky. Men's Club; Ruth Adler.
Women's Club; Miriam Klusky.
Oriole Chapter, Women's Ameri-
can ORT: Adeline Kamen, Sis-
terhood. Temple Emeth; Jack
Babich. West Delray Democratic
Club, and also, Leon Kamen.
'Temple Emeth Administrator.
Village of Camelot:
Presidents Rudy Eigner.
Village Board of Directors;
Men's Club, Robert Barnett;
Women's Club; and Edward
Dortman. Oriole Jewish Center,
'Temple Anshei Shalom.
Village of Deauville:
Presidents Al Baclar. Vil-
lage Board of Directors; Men's
Club; Miriam Brickman,
Women's Club and Doris Perl-
man. Shalom Hadassah.
Albert A. Rapoport

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Men's Club of B'nai Torah
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, March 12,1982
He Does It Again
Begin Stuns Bonn With New Attack on Schmidt
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) -
Government officials are
taken aback by Israeli
Premier Menachem Begins
angry personal attack last
week on Chancellor Helmut
Schmidt.
Government sources ex-
pressed surprise at the in-
cident, coming after
months of efforts to im-
Super
Sunday
Endorsed
Continued from Page 1
Merle Singer of Temple Beth Kl
in Boca Raton. Rabbi Nathan
Zelizer of Congregation B'nai
Torah in Boca Raton. Rabbi
Bernard Silver of Temple Emeth
in Delray (teach and Cantor
Joseph Pollock of Temple Beth
Shalom in Century Village, Boca
Raton.
Retired rabbis in South County
who are a part of the Rabbinical
Association and who will also be
participating in Super Sunday
are Rabbi Aaron Blumenthal.
Rabbi Nathan Fish, Rabbi Meyer
Abramowitz and Rabbi Joseph
Noble.
Over 14,000 people will be
called by 75 phone solicitors from
9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on March
21. Super Sunday is the largest
one day campaign in the history
of the South County Jewish
Federation.
Norman I. Stone, general cam-
paign chairman of the 1982 UJA-
Federation Campaign has issued
a call to all residents of South
County asking for their partici-
pation in Super Sunday. A spe-
cial 45 minute training session
will be provided before a volun-
teer participates in a two-hour
phone session. Applications for
participation in this event can be
found in an advertisement within
this newspaper. A person can
also volunteer by calling the
Federation office at 368-2737.
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Certified teachers,
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Financial assistance
available.
Interviews now being
scheduled for orienta-
tion courses to be held in
the fall in Israel. If you
think you qualify, call to-
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prove relations between
Bonn and Jerusalem which
were seriously strained
when Begin attacked Sch-
midt as a Nazi last June.
According to radio and tele-
vision commentators, the latest
blast by the Israeli Premier only
served to arouse public support
for Schmidt who has been under
attack by opposition spokesmen
in the Bundestag recently for his
alleged pro-Nazi activities during
World War II.
BEGIN ASSAILED Schmidt
on the basis of an Israeli newspa-
per report which quoted the
(ierman Chancellor as saying he
would not make his long post-
poned trip to Israel until he re-
ceived an apology for Begin s re-
marks last year. Government
spokesman Kurt Becker officially
denied that Schmidt had set such
a condition for his visit.
Begirt seized on the report to
exhort Schmidt to "go down on
his knees and ask forgiveness of
the Jewish people ... for what
his countrymen perpetrated
under the National Socialist
regime against my people." He
said he would never apologize to
Schmidt "privately or publicly.'*
Last June, during Begin's re-
election campaign, he accused
Schmidt of remaining loyal to
Hitler and of serving in the
German army that helped wipe
out European Jewry. That attack
was prompted by remarks Sch-
midt made in support of the cre-
ation of a Palestinian state, while
visiting Saudi Arabia last spring.
SCHMIDT WAS attacked in
the Bundestag last Jan. 14 by
Helmut Kohl, leader of the
Bavarian-based Christian So-
cialist Union, for having attended
the show trial of a group of senior
Germany army officers involved
in an unsuccessful attempt to kill
Hitler in 1944. According to
he ih! his presence at the trial was
a clue to his political attitude at
the time.
But Begin's remarks went far
beyond the accusations which
have become commonplace in
West German politics. Most ob-
servers believe Begin has suc-
ceeded in promoting solidarity
with the Chancellor among West
Germans.
Schmidt was first invited to
visit Israel in 1975 by the then-1
Premier, Yitzhak Rabin. Tjhei
invitation was renewed by Begin |
in 1977. At that time, Bonn
sources told reporters that the
Chancellor was holding back be-
cause he was critical of Israel's
policies and was trying to pro-
mote better German relations |
with the Arab states.
Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian
There is a great hunger
amongst the Jewish population
here at Kings Point for Yiddish
music professionally performed,
and those desiring a program of
Yiddish content must travel to
Miami Beach to view an oc-
casional production.
It would be of interest to Jew-
ish residents here to know that
we have a Kings Pointer who
possesses a most remarkable
talent. Max Willner, a gifted and
most talented performer, was our
guest artist at a concert to
benefit our synagogue building
fund at Temple Emeth on
February 7. In a musical program
"Memories of the Yiddish
Theater." this dramatic Yiddish-
English singer thrilled an over-
flow audience of 650 who re-1
sponded with thunderous ap-
plause and several standing ova-
tions. His interpretations of Yid-
dish fold melodies was done with
a rare poignancy while >>is|
comedic theatrical songs had hisj
audience roaring with laughter.
We are already planning next I
year's concert in our new
synagogue with hopes of 1,200|
people in attendance.
My reason for sending you this|
letter is that we feel that the Jew-
ish community should be made!
aware of this rare talent who has|
recently moved into our midst. I
LUCILLE COHEN. President!
Sisterhood of I
Congregation Anshei Emunal
Community Calandar
Mill
SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL, Cocktail
Pony p.m. Free Sons of Israel-Delray Dinner-Dance Beth El-
Singles Theatre Trip.
March 14
Temple Beth El-Brotherhood, 8:30 a.m. Annual Meeting
Temple Beth El. 3 p.m. Young Artist Series Temple Beth El, 8
p.m. Annual Lecture Forum ORT-Delray Rummage Sale, First
Federal Bonk Cake Sale, Beersheva-Mizrachi Women, 11 a.m.
B'nai Toroh-Sisterhood Luncheon-Theatre Party, noon B'nai
Torah Men's Club, 10 a.m. ORT-Boca East, Dinner Dance.
March 15
B'nai B'rith Women of Boca Board Meeting, 10 a.m. Diamond
Club, 930 a.m. Meeting B'nai B'rith Women Naomi, 12:30
Meeting B'nai Torah Brunch with Rabbi, 9:30 a.m.
March 16
B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge, 9:30 a.m. Board Meeting
Pioneer Women-Zipporah 10 a.m. Board Meeting ORT-AII
Points 12:30 p.m. Meeting B'nai Torah Retirees of New York
District 37, 1 p.m.
Merck 17
B'nai Torah Congregation Sisterhood 7:30 p.m. Meeting
(Fashion Show) Temple Beth El, 8:15 p.m. Distinguished Artist
Series. Nathaniel Roser (cellist) SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH
FEDERATION. 10:30a m.-2 p.m.. Pioneers luncheon Hadassoh-
Menachem Begin, noon Meeting Brandeis Women-Delray
Card Party from 1-4 p.m. USY, 7 p.m. B'nai Torah Brandeis,
7:30p.m.
Mill
Hodassah-Ben Gurion 12:30 meeting Temple Beth El-
Sisterhood Luncheon ORT-Oriole 1 p.m. Board Meeting
Mizrochi Women, 10 am Meeting Beth El-Sisterhood meeting
12 30 p.m. Temple Anshei Shalom, Bake Sale and Hand-
crafted Wares 10a m to 3 p.m.
mm
National Council of Jewish Women, Road Rally and Dinner.
More* 21
B'nai B'rith Delray Lodge 9:30 a.m. Meeting Temple Emeth 8
p.m concert senes-Ani Kavafian Violinist SOUTH COUNTY
JEWISH FEDERATION PHONE-A-THON SUPER SUNDAY: B'nai
B'rith Olympic XI, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Beth El ADL
Cocktail Party honoring Rabbi Merle Singer 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at
Temple B'nai B'rith Men, 9:30a.m ARMDI 7:30 p.m.
March 22
Pioneer Women-Boco 10 a.m. Board Meeting Diamond Club,
930 a.m. Meeting ORT-Boca East 12:30 p.m. Board Meeting
Adult Education 7:30 p.m. Temple Sinai-Sisterhood, noon.
March 23
Pioneer Women-Zipporah 12:30 meeting Temple Beth El
Sisterhood 8 p.m. Dance Hodassah-Boca Maoriv Cord Party
and Luncheon at Temple Beth El Brandeis Women 10 a.m.-l
p.m.
March 24
ORT-Delray Meeting 12:30 Hodassah Av.va Boca 12:30 p.m.
Meeting Pioneer Women-Boca 10 a.m. Meeting National
Council of Jewish Women, 8 p.m. Meeting ORT-Sandlefoot
Meeting, 1 p.m. Watergate Community Center Temple Emeth-
Sisterhood Annual Paid Up Membership luncheon USY, 7 p.m.
B'nai Torah-Sisterhood 7:30 p.m.
March 25
B'nai B'rith Women of Boca 1 p.m. Meeting Temple Beth El, 8
p m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith Women Genesis 10:30 a.m. i
Meeting SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH FEDERATION p.m. Jewish
Cultural Festival Temple Emeth-Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. Board
Meeting Brandeis Women Boca Luncheon 11:30 a.m. ORT
Oriole, 12:30p.m. Meeting.

March 26
Temple Beth El Sisterhood-Sobbath.
March 27
SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH FEDERATION-LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
7 p.m. Boca East-ORT, Cocktail-Art Gallery from 5 to 7 p.m.
Temple Emeth-Brotherhood Breakfast 9:30 a.m.
March 28
Temple Beth El-Sisterhood Meeting Temple Beth El, 3 p.m.
Young Artist Series Temple Emeth-Brotherhood, 9:30 a.m.
Breakfast ARMDI, 8 p.m. Meeting B'nai Torah Flea Market 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Men's Club 9:30 a m Issac Bashevis Singer 7:30
p.m Del Aire Cocktail Party ORT-Delray Sisterhood-Flea
Market 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ORT-Oriole Flea Market, 9 a.m. to 2
p. m.
March 29
Brandeis Women-Boca Trip to St Augustine Diamond Club,
9 30 am Meeting Temple Sinai-Sisterhood Card Party and
Chinese Auction Temple Emeth-Sisterhood-Delray Square
Cmema, 1 p.m.
March 30
Brandeis Women-Boca Trip to St. Augustine Passover
Workshop. 730 p.m. ORT-Delray Region Meeting 10 a.m.
Federation Shalom South County, 6:30 p.m
March 31
Brandeis Women-Boca Trip to St. Augustine SOUTH COUNTY '
JEWISH FEDERATION, 8 p.m. Board Meeting Brandeis Women
lOo.m.-l p.m. USY 7 p.m.
April 1
Brandeis Women-Boca East, 6 p.m Theater Party Jewish War
Veterans-Synder-Tokson 10 a.m. meeting Region ORT Lun-
cheon, noon.
Aprl2
Temple Beth El-Sisterhood Shabbot Service.
April 4
Temple Emeth-Sisterhood-Delray "Musicano Players," 8 p.m.
April 5
Brandeis Women-Boca Board Meeting SOUTH COUNTY
JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL, p.m. Board Meeting
Diamond Club, 9:30 a.m. Meeting Hadassah, Menachem
Begin 9:15 a.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith Women Naomi, '
noon meeting SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY '
SCHOOL. 8 p.m. Shomrez Yelodim.
April 6
Hodassah Menachem Begin, 1 p.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith
Boca Teeca Lodge 9:30 o.m. Meeting Temple Emeth, 7 p.m.
Board Meeting ORT Region noon Luncheon.
Aprl7 I
Temple Emeth-Possover Seders, ORT-Delray Passover-Haber Hall
- sold out Boca Teeca B'nai B'rith Passover Seder.
April
Temple Emeth-Passover Seder.
Apr! 12
Temple Emeth Singles, noon meeting Diamond Club, 9:3
am Meeting* ORT-Boca East, 10 o.m. meeting.
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12,1982
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Pfe9
t
The Following Have Joined The
'Winning Team*
For Super Sunday '82
Jton Kretsky, Co-chairman
Hertz, Co-chairperson
jhen Melcer, Co-chairman
bi Meyer Abramowitz
lie Abrams, Federation
>n Abramson, Federation
lard Abramson, Federation
hrietta Arfine, AH Pts. ORT
Arno
: Baer, Federation
Baer, Federation
trade Barnett, B'nai B'rith Women-Naomi Chapter
i Berliner, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
Black, Kings Point
inor Black, Kings Point
)i Aaron Blumenthal
tabick. Temple Beth El
ianne Bobick, Federation
ionwit, Temple Emeth
ireitman, Temple Emeth
> Breitman, Temple Emeth
lyn Bussin, Federation
jamin Bussin, Federation
i Cantor, Boca Lago
kry Chester, Kings Point
fllis Cohen, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
I Cox, Federation
is Daroe, Temple Emeth
i Daroe, Temple Emeth
i Davis-Youth Division
li Distel, Cancer Triangle
lil Ditzian, Temple Beth El
Egelman, Temple Beth El
?nc Egelman, Temple Beth El
sne Eichler, Federation
| Eichler, Federation
)i Falk, Federation
ices Feinman, Kings Point
el Fink, Hadassah
ithy Fleegler
Fine. All Pts. ORT
bbi Nathan Fish
Fishman, Temple Beth El
rlene Fishman, Temple Beth El
inah Fits, All Pts. ORT
ired Fradin, Temple Beth El
i Frankel, Kings Point
sh Freilich, Temple Emeth
Friedman, B'nai B'rith Women Naomi Chapter
na Gardiner, High Point West
i Gardner, Jewish War Veterans
Gardner, Jewish War Veterans Aux.
ley Gcrber, Pines No.
n Ginsburg. Temple Beth El
Glatt. Kings Point
DrgeGold. Kings Point
|ton Goldfine, B'nai Torah
Goldfine, B'nai Torah
Goldman, Temple Beth El
fe Gould, Orioles
(Greenfield. All Pts. ORT
riette Halpert, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
I Halpert
Jry Hamilton, Nat'l. Council of Jewish Women
Heutlinger. Temple Beth El
timer Heutlinger, Temple Beth El
lia Kalai, Federation
la Hammerman
Hammerman
i Kanners, Hadassah Aviva
Karpen, Temple Emeth
ria Kata. All Pts. ORT
Kessler, Temple Emeth
Kessler. Temple Emeth
th Klansky, Rainberry Bay
Kan Knoller, B'nai B'rith Women
[rgaret Hot tier. Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
th Krawetz, Federation
Pdred Lasker, B'nai B'rith Women Naomi Chapter
i Last, B'nai B'rith Women
>rah Levine, Orioles
fck M. Levine, Orioles
rl Levine, Hadassah
ing Levine, B'nai B'rith
in Lieberman
^rray Lowenbraun, Temple Emeth
Lowenbraun, Temple Emeth
thur Lucker, Temple Emeth, Brotherhood
trade Lucker. AU Pta. ORT
Man, Federation
'in Mann, Temple Emeth
Helen Mandel, All Pts. ORT
Jack Mandel. All Pts. ORT
Asher Marder, High Point
Joe Master. Kings Point
Caroline Mauritz, Kings Point
Linda Melcer, Temple Beth El
Albert Meltzer, Amberwoods
Lillian Metch, All Pts. ORT
Morris Morris, Temple Emeth
Claire Newman. Jewish War Veterans Aux.
Lillian Newman. Kings Point
Rabbi Joseph Noble
Esther Omansky. Women's Div.. Campaign Cabinet
Al Ostrick. Temple Emeth
Bea Pearce, Temple Sinai
Sid Pearce. Temple Sinai
Dotty Persico, Boca West
Nick Persico, Boca West
Rabbi Joseph Pollock. Beth Shalom
Phil Plotkin, Temple Emeth
Florence Riesberg, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
Rose Rifkin, Federation
Ix>is Romanoff, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
Geri Rosenberg. Federation
Gloria Roaenthal, Federation
Burt Roaenthal, Federation
Ethel Ru ten berg, Temple Beth El
Julie Savin. Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
Babbette Schaeffer, Temple Beth El
Berenice Schankerman, Women's Div., Campaign Cabinet
Samuel Scharlott, Temple Emeth, Brotherhood
Lillian Schenk, Federation
Joe Schenk. Federation
Roseann Schikler, Boca Lago
Julius Schor, Kings Point
Regina Schor, Kings Point
Miriam Schriffman, All Pts. ORT
Minerva Schwalb, All Pts. ORT
Elsie Schwartz, Kings Point
Herb Sedlis, Federation
Mildred Sedlis, Federation
Betty Siegel. ORT
\r. Siegel, Free Sons of Israel
Leo Silk, Temple Emeth
Natalie Silk. Temple Emeth
Rabbi Bernard Silver, Temple Emeth
Edith Silver, Jewish War Veterans Aux.
Miriam Silverman, B'nai B'rith Women
Frances Silverton', Kings Point
Mark Silverton. Temple Emeth, Brotherhood
Rabbi Merle Singer, Temple Beth El
Ixwis Slatus, B'nai B'rith
Ida Slipock, Temple Emeth
Ixnis Slipock, Temple Emeth
Mark Steinberg B'nai Torah
Roberta Steinberg, B'nai Torah
Paul Steinberg, Federation
Lenore Steinberg, Federation
Fritzie Stone, High Point West
Norman Stone, Federation
Tina Stone, Boca East-ORT
Jack Stone. Boca East-ORT
Vivian Stone, Hadassah
Morris Tear, Temple Emeth
Evelyn Treister, B'nai Torah
Andrea Tripp, Federation
Jack Urdang, Palm Greens
Jean Urdang, Palm Greens
Rita Vogel, B'nai B'rith
Ella Wald, Temple Emeth
Herman Wald, Temple Emeth
Phil Warshafsky, Temple Emeth, Brotherhood
Bruce Warshal, Federation
Lynne Warshal, Federation
Fran Waterman, B'nai B'rith
Gladys Weinshank, Federation
Mayer Weinshank, Federation
Ruth Wein, Temple Beth El
Celia Wise, Temple Beth El
Gertrude Woldin
Gerry Wolfe, All Pts. ORT
Rabbi Nathan Zelizer, B'nai Torah
Bernard Zeldin, Rainberry Bay
Mi mi Zeldin. Rainberry Bay
Edythe Lein, Career Women
Barbara Lein. Career Women
Joyce Finn, Career Women
Irene Epstein, Career Women
Sandy Margoks, B'nai Torah
EUeen Press. Beth El Singles
Joseph Pollack
Joins Temple
BethSholom
Continued from Page 1
tended Yeshiva Rabbi Chaim
Berlin and the Mesifta Torah
Vodaath. After serveral years at
New York University, he studied
Kabbinics as well as Ritual Cir-
cumcision and is a qualified
Mohel
After serving at various con-
gregations in New Jersey, Penn-
sylvania and Texas on the High
Holidays and selected Sabbaths
hi- accepted a fulltime position as
cuntor. teacher and youth direc-
tor at the Baldwin Jewish Center
in Ixtng Island. From there, he
went to the Queens Village
Jewish Center where, for more
llutn 20 years, he served with dis-
tinction and acclaim as cantor,
leader and assistant to the rabbi.
He was the official Jewish
chaplain of the New York City
Transit Authority, of the Police
tionen Society and of the Sholom
Society, and served as a visiting
lecturer in ethics at the Transit
Police Academy.
in 1976, he and his wife, Anne
moved to Deerfield Beach where,
until this past August, he was
the cantor. Again, his fine bari-
tone voice and sensitive interpre-
tation of liturgy earned him
further plaudits.
The temple is proud to wel-
come both Cantor Pollack and his
wife, Anne, into the temple
family.
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Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, March \2, lgg;
News in Brief
Reagan 'Satisfied' With Saudi Deal
WASHINGTON The Rea
gan Administration is "fully
satisfied with the progress made"
during Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger's recent visit to
Saudi Arabia to "implement"
conditions President Reagan
promised Congress will be ful-
filled before five AW ACS recon-
naissance planes would be turned
over to the Saudis, it was an-
nounced by the State Depart
ment.
But Department spokesman
Dean Fischer had "no comment"
last Friday on whether the
Saudis had signed an agreement
to meet these conditions. Accord-
ing to press reports. Prince
Sultan, the Saudi Defense Min-
ister, had signed such an agree-
ment during Weinberger's visit,
but it had not been announced
publicly
In Rome
The conditions of the sale are
contained in a letter Reagan sent
to Senate Majority Leader
Howard Baker (R.. Term.) on
Oct. 28. the day the $8.5 billion
sale of AWACS and other arm;
to Saudi Arabia was being de-
bated in the Senate.
ai Fatah Terrorists
Found in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM Israeli
security forces have uncovered an
Al Fatah terrorist gang which
operated in the Jerusalem and
Nablus area. A military spokes-
man said that members of the
gang were responsible for a
grenade attack outside the Old
City of Jerusalem last October in
which three Jews were wounded,
and for a grenade attack last
September in an Ok) City alley in
which two Italian pilgrims
Red Brigade Defector Says
PLO is Source of Arms
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) An-
tonio Savasta, a Red Bri-
gade defector, has stated
under interrogation that
the Palestine Liberation
Organization provided the
Red Brigade with arms and
explosives, while officially
condemning that Italian
terrorist organization and
disclaiming any connection
with it.
According to Savasta. whose
n\elations were disclosed here.
'-he Red Brigade's military chief.
Mark) Morttu, arrested in Milan
last year, reached an accord with
the PLO whereby the weapon-
smuggled into Italy would be
plit Wtween Palestinians there
and Red Brigade cells.
SAVASTA SAID he helped
Moretti unload arms smuggled
into Italy from Lebanon in 1979
and 1960 aboard a private yacht,
the Papago, owned by Dr.
Massimo Ghidoni, a psychiatrist
in Ancona.
Although other captured Red
Brigade terrorists, such at
Patrizio Peci, have implicated the
PLO in the past, the widely held
belief here has been that it was
not the PLO but certain "ex-
tremist" groups, mainly the
Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine, which supplied the
Red Brigade with arms. The PLO
propagated that notion and
fervidly denied involvement with
terroists active in "friendly"
Kuropean countries.
Wording to Savasta. Red
Brigade members were angered
by the PLO's disavowals, but
Moretti kept them in line in order
ntinue the flow of arms from
- be PLO. Savast also said the co-
>P< ration between the Red
Brigade and the PLO was limited
to military' matters because
the Red Brigade refused to accept
I he 1'LO's position on Israel in its
entirety.
Religious Directory
BNAITORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Cantor Benjamin B.
Adler. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9:15
a.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
551 Brittany L., Kings Point, Delray Beach. Fla. 33446.
Orthodox. Harry Silver, President. Services daily 8 a.m. and 5
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 Asso-
ciation Offices. West Atlantic. Corner Carter Road, Ddray
Reach. Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat, Saturdays, 9 a.m.
and Kiddush. Edward Dorfman, President, 6707 Moonlit Drive,
Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Phone: 499-6687. Rabbi Jonah J
Kahn. 499-4181. Cantor David Wechsier. 499-8992.
TEMPLE BETH EL OP BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Reform
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Cantor Martin Rosen
Shabbat Eve Services at 8:15 p.m .Family Sabbath Service at
7:30 p.m. 2nd Friday of Each Month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 134, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432
Conservative. Located in Century Village, Boca. Services Dail>
8 a.m. afternoon 5:30 p.m., Saturday 8:45 a.m. and Sunday 9
a.m. Reuben Sakzman President. Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Coneerv*
tive. Phone: 498-3636. Barnard A. Silver. Rabbi: Irving
Zummer, Cantor, Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday
at 9 a.m.. Dairy Minyans at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray
Reform. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901, Delray Beach, Fla
33444. Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver, President
Bernard Etisb 278-3715.
killed and 27 wounded.
One member of the gang, from
East Jerusalem, confessed during
interrogation to supplying
grenades to another terrorist
gang in Hebron and sabotage
material to gangs in refugee
camps in the Nablus area. The
contact in the Nablus area was
apprehended and during his
interrogation he revealed the lo-
cation of a cache of sabotage
equipment.
Ghorbal urges Israel:
Don't Mar Mubarak Trip
WASHINGTON Egyptian
Ambassador Ashraf G herbal
urged Israel to create "new
obstacles" by its insistence that
President Hosni Mubarak visit
Jerusalem when he makes his
first official visit to Israel.
"What is needed at the present
time in the Middle East is
moderation and consideration,"
Ghorbal said, reading from a pre-
pared statement after a one hour
meeting with Secretary of State
Alexander Haig at the State
Department.
Ghorbal, who has just returned
from consultations in Cairo, gave
Haig a message from Mubarak to
President Reagan. While the
envoy in making his statement,
SocialCbib
Being Formed
We are pleased to announce the
forming of a Survivors Social
Club. The aim of this newly
formed organization, is for the
members to socialize and partici-
pate in activities of mutual inter
eat. Individuals with similar ori-
entation are welcome to join our
rank.
For further information, please
call a member of the membership
drive committee.
Palm Beach County: Abraham
Borenstein. 499-7071.
Broward County: Miriam
Priadman. 974-1926.
Dade County: Isaac Friedman.
500.
Bar Mitzvah
Mark Davis
Mark Davis, son of Marcia and
Bruce Davis, will be called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El as a Bar
Mitzvah. Saturday, Mar. 13.
Mark m a student of Boca Middle
School and attends the Temple
Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
simcha include Mark's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Davis
of Sunrise; and sister, Jodie
Lynn. Out of town guests include
Godparents, Shirley and Bob
Hammer of Baldwin, N.Y.. Great
Aunt Rose Stern of Brooklyn.
N.Y. and Aunt and Uncle Robert
and Eileen Davis of San Fran
Cisco.
Mark plays baas clarinet in
Middle School Band and also k a
baseball player. Following
services Mr. and Mrs. Davis will
host a reception in Mark's honor.
did not mention Sunday's
decision by the Israeli Cabinet
that Mubarak would not be wel-
come if be did not go to Jeru-
salem, he referred to it in-
directly.
"Egypt's position on Israel's
annexation of (East) Jerusalem is
well known," Ghorbal said."It is
known to the Israelis, it is known
to our American friends, it is
known to the whole world."
UN Croup Asked to Look
into Wallenberg case
GENEVA The U.S. dele-
gation to the United Nations
Human Rights Commission here
has called for an investigation
into the case of Swedish diplomat
Raoul Wallenberg who saved the
lives of some 100,000 Hungarian
Jews during World War II and
disappeared shortly after
Russian forces entered Budapest
in 1945.
Michael Novak, bead of the
U.S. delegation, brought up the
Wallenberg case during s debate
in the Human Rights Com-
mission on persons who have dis-
appeared under circumstances of
a political nature. The U.S.
backed by Sweden, proposed that
the investigation be conducted
by a special five-member UN
working group.
In 1957, the Soviet govern-
ment told the Swedish govern-
ment that Wallenberg died in
1947 in prison, probably of a
heart attack. But there have been
persistent reports since then that
he is alive and has been seen in
various Russian prisons or
mental institutions.
Argentina Deplores
Cemetery Desecration
NEW YORK Argentia
Ambassador to the Unh_
States. Esteban Takacs. has coo.
veyed to the World Jewish Con-j
gress the official condemnation of I
his government of the deae-l
(ration of the Jewish cemetery it 1
Mar del Plata, Argentina s main|
seaside resort.
The main cemetery of the Jew-1
ish community of Mar del Plata
situated some 250 miles south of
Buenos Aires, was vandalized on
the evening of Feb. 25. Reported
ly, the incident involved the
daubing of swastikas in addition
to three headstones that wen
overturned.
Dr. Mario Gorenstein.
dent of the Delegation de*
ciaciones Israelites Argentina]
(DAIA), the central agency of
Argentine Jewry, has confirms!
to the WJC that he personally n>
ceived repudiation of the incident
from the Office of the Argentine |
President.
Teens Arrested
NEW YORK (JTA) p
Ike have reported that there have
been "almost 100" incidents in
the last month in the pre-
dominately Orthodox Jewish
Mid wood section of Brooklyn of
teen-agers snatching the hats of
rabbis and students as they walk
to their yeshivas.
Several days ago three teen-1
agers were arrested for snatchinil
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