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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Beach and Highland Beach
lume 4 Number 14
Vith New York Co.
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, April 2, 1982
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Syria Tried to Bar U.S.
Jews from Contract Work
!W YORK The
fican Jewish Congress
issailed a demand by
Syrian Ministry of De-
that "suspected per-
particularly Jews
' be barred from par
fiting in a proposed
ict with the Sybron
> rat ion of Rochester,
similar discrimination
y the Syrian government
osed contracts with com-
[in New Jersey and Illinois,
ISiegman, executive direc-
Lhe American Jewish Con-
[wrote to Syrian Ambas-
ific Jouejati in Washing-
OUTRAGEOUS de-
y your Defense Ministry
American companies
fcinate against American
I on the grounds of religion
rs the claim that Arab
activities are directed
Israel and Zionists and
linst Jews as such.
also destroys the absurd
t inn that Arabs cannot be
litic because they are
it explains the persecu-
your government of the
i handful of Syrian Jews
irred from leaving your
lan said he was "deeply
that the discrimina-
:juest has been "properly
I" by the Sybron Corpora-
manufacturer of medical
and equipment. Similar
irish discrimination de-
by the Syrian govern-
a condition of proposed
ts was rejected by the
"engineering Co. of Far-
|e, N.J. and the Central
:Co. of Chicago.
)EM AND by the Syrian
of Defense to Sybron,
larch 5, 1981, was dis-
by the American Jewish
i during the course of its
i of monitoring reports to
, artment of Commerce of
-related requests received
nerican companies. Re-
[to participate in a boycott
reported to the Com-
epartment under the Ex-
linistration Act. Access
[report is made possible by
jom of Information Act.
i proposed contract received
ron includes the following
iph: Contract shall be
canceled, regardless of
it* of affairs before the ap-
I of the contract or after ad-
the contractor of the ap-
of the contract, if the ad-
tration finds out that the
contractor, for the execution of
his contract, depends materially
on suspected persons, particular-
ly Jews. He shall be penally
prosecuted before the court mar-
tial, and legally for all expenses
and indemnities (financial penal-
ties) without his having the right
to any objection."
Concluding his letter to the
Syrian Ambassador to the U.S.,
Siegman wrote: "I need hardly
point out that American law for-
bids discrimination by employers
because of race or religion, and
that it would be illegal to comply
with your infamous paragraph
19.
"Is it too much to hope that
your government might see in the
American experience of tolerance
and nondiscrimination an exam-
ple worth emulating?"
Women's Division
Surpasses Goal, General
Campaign Nears its Mark
i
Margie Baer, chairperson of
Women's Division of the 1982
Federation-UJA Campaign
proudly announces the Women's
Division has surpassed the 1982
goal of $375,000.
The Women's Division is
presently at $379,000 with more
At Unations
500 Rally in Uprooted Settlers' Cause
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Some 500 people rallied
here across from the United
Nations at the Isaiah Wall
to express solidarity with
the settlers in northern
Sinai who are opposed to
the Israeli withdrawal from
the peninsula, scheduled to
be returned to Egypt Apr.
25 as part of the Camp
David peace agreement.
At the same time, rabbinical
leaders and Jewish community
representatives, who addressed
the gathering, sponsored by 16
organizations, including the
Americans for a Safe Israel,
draped a 12-foot long placard at
the steps of the Isaiah Wall
which they said would more
closely correspond with the anti-
Israel actions of the UN. The
sign, a passage from the Book of
Isaiah (54:17), said: "No weapon
that is formed against thee (Is-
rael) shall prosper, and every
tongue that shall rise against
thee in judgement shall be con-
demned"
THE PRESENT inscription on
the wall, which quotes from
Isaiah 2:4, declares: "They shall
beat their swords into plow-
shares, and their spears into
pruning tools: nation shall not
lift up sword against-nation.
Neither shall they learn war no
more."
The present inscription on the
Isaiah Wall became the focus of
criticism following the Feb. 5 UN
resolution condemning Israel's
annexation of the Golan Heights
and calling for the total isolation
of Israel.
The speakers at the rally fo-
cused on several themes which
included charges that the Reagan
Administration has reneged on
its commitments to Israel by its
continued efforts to sell weapons
to moderate Arab countries;
Egypt has committed "multiple
violations" of its peace treaty
with Israel; Premier Menachem
Begin signed the Israeli-
Egyptian peace accord under the
"duress" of the military buildup
by its other Arab neighbors.
Some of the rally participants
carried placards reading: "First
Yamit, next Jerusalem"; "Yamit
is Israel"; and "Next year,
Yamit."
Rabbi Avraham Weiss, of the
Hebrew Institute of Riverdale.
N.Y., said that Begin operates by
"assuming certain strengths" in
the American Jewish community
will support him. He said that if
Begin decides not to withdraw
from Sinai, the American Jewish
Continued on Page 7
gifts still outstanding. The
general campaign is at
$1,940,000. A two million dollar
goal has been set for this year.
Baer commented, "I am sure
that we will meet our two million
dollar goal for the general cam-
paign since we have not finished
working this year. I also know
that the Women's Division will
be generating more pledges and
will contribute to the remaining
$60,000 that must be raised."
Baer further commented, "Be-
cause of the dedicated women
that have put their time and ef-
fort into an intensive campaign,
we have met our goal ahead of
schedule. I am proud of all of our
women and all of our chairpeople
who have worked endless hours
on this campaign. All that I can
say is thank you."
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THANK YOU SOUTHERN BELL
Because of your spirit of community
service in providing your offices and
phones, valued at over $9000 of
installation costs, Super Sunday was an
even greater success.
Thank you to Bill Burson, District
Manager, Dennis Smith, Maureen Freed,
Vicki Faupel and Frank O'Donnell, who
gave of their time to supervise our use
of their facilities.

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U.S. Officials 'Embarrassed' By
'Palestinian State' Proposal
London Chronicle Report
WASHINGTON The
State Department is seek-
ing to distance itself from
an officially-distributed
document proposing the
creation of an independent
Palestinian State on the
West Bank and in the Gaza
Strip.
U.S. officials have clearly been
embarrassed by publication of
the detailed plan in the Spring,
1982, issue of the State
Department's "Open Forum
Journal,'' an unclassified
quarterly widely circulated
throughout the State Depart-
ment and overseas missions,
an independent Palestinian
State, which is why veteran
observers in Washington have
expressed surprise at the decision
to circulate the proposals, ad-
OFFICIAL U.S. policy has
never supported the creation of
vocated by a group of State De-
partment career diplomats.
Knowledgeable insiders say
that there is widespread sym-
pathy among the department's
Middle East specialists for the
position outlined in "Open
Forum."
The publication was
established in 1967 to put "new
or alternative foreign policy
views to the Secretary of State
and other senior officials."
An editiohal note in the
current issue acknowledges that
the proposal for a Palestinian
State on the West Bank with
Jerusalem becoming the joint
capital of Israel and Palestine
"goes beyond current U.S.
policy."
THE NOTE continues: "But
that is the purpose of the 'Open
Forum' to provide a context in
which new or alternative policy
options can be freely and
creatively expressed."
The authors of the plan said
that Israel's security concerns
could be met "by a wide spec-
trum of practical arrangements
which would not violate
Palestinian sovereignty so long
as the essential attributes of a
State (territory, a flag, a govern-
ment, exchanging ambassadors,
etc.) were left intact."
Among these arrangements
would be an Israeli right to
station security forces on the
West Bank, "in return for the
intangible but precious con-
cession of 'sovereignty,' which
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With regard to Jerusalem, the
proposals say that the city "can-
not be redivided," suggesting
that "an undivided Jerusalem
should serve as a dual capital for
both Israel and the new
Palestinian State."
THE UNITED States should
"inform the parties of its desire
to recognize a common capital
and make clear that the transfer
of our Embassy from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem would be contingent
upon a ^reaty of peace negotiated
between the Israelis and the Pal-
estinians."
The proposals contain a de-
tailed formula for joint Israeli-
Palestinian administration of Je-
rusalem.
"It may be advisable to have a
city manager selected from the
International Association of the
City Managers," the proposals
state, adding: "Such a person,
especially if neither Israeli nor
Palestinian, could be more ef-
fective" than an elected mayor.
Scientists Warn Against
Nuclear Fuel to Iraq
PARIS French scientists
warned President Francois Mit-
terrand that even low grade nu-
clear fuel sold to Iraq could result
in the production of a nuclear
weapon.
The scientists said, in a report
just issued, that the construction
of a new Iraqi reactor based ex-
clusively on "Caramel," the code
name for a non-military fuel,
could "still be highly dangerous"
and enable Iraq to eventually
build atomic weapons.
The report was released to the
press by Georges Amsel. a senior
research fellow of the National
Scientific Research Center in
Paris. It was signed by four other
prominent scientists, including
another expert on nuclear phy-
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Filling in Background
The Jewish Floridian of South County

Page 3
W. Bank Mayor, Council
Removed, Begin Signed Order
and it was left to the Military
Government to remove an inept
local council.
MEANWHILE, Defense Min-
ister Ariel Sharon told a Herat
meeting in Tel Aviv that terror-
ists had carried out 15 acts of
sabotage in Israel and another
five in southern Lebanon during
the past two weeks.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The elected mayor and
municipal council of El
Bireh, north of Jerusalem,
were removed from office
on grounds that they re-
fused to cooperate with the
Israeli civilian regime set
ip on the West Bank late
last year by Defense Minis-
ter Ariel Sharon.
The order ousting the local of-
ficials was signed by Menachem
Milson who heads the civilian
government. According to Israel
Radio it was the first time Israel
has disbanded a municipal coun-
cil on the West Bank since it oc-
cupied that territory in 1967.
THE OUSTER was followed
by a violent demonstration in El
| Bireh. Rocks were hurled at a bus
carrying Israeli troops, shatter-
ing the windshield. Several dem-
onstrators were arrested. Al-
though the El Bireh council was
replaced by one headed by an Is-
raeli officer from the civilian ad-
ministration, the deposed Mayor
Ibrahim Tawil declared that he
was still the legal mayor and that
the townspeople continue to
regard him and the council aa
their duly elected leaders.
In Nablus, the largest city on
be West Bank, Mayor Bassam
Shaka announced a three-day
shut-down of all municipal offices
in protest against the Israeli
action in El Bireh. He vowed that
he and his town council would
never cooperate with the Israeli
civilian government.
The Defense Ministry issued a
statement saying that Tawil and
his colleagues were removed in
jhe interests of the citizens of El
Hireh who wre being adversely
affected by the municipality's
refusal to cooperate with the
civilian government.
THE ISRAELI move climaxed
10 days of sustained unrest on
the West Bank which spread to
the outer suburbs of Jerusalem.
Earlier this week, a bus was
stoned near the Jewish suburb of
Neve Yaacov and similar in-
cidents occurred on the roads
from Jerusalem to Bethlehem
and Hebron.
J^* Israels troubles on the West
'-^rJank were compounded by
a series of defections by local
Arabs from the Village Leagues
after the Jordanian government
warned that they would be tried
n absentia for collaborating with
Sages Threaten Boycott
On Sabbath Flight Ban
JERUSALEM Agudat Is
ael s Council of Sages has or-
dered its four-man Knesset
faction to press the government
to enforce a Sabbath ban on El Al
and to act more vigorously to
ensure passage of the controver-
sial "Who is a Jew" amendment
to the Law of Return by the
Knesset.
The Sages have warned that
unless Israel's international air
earner ceases nights on the Sab-
bath and Jewish holidays before
the start of the Passover season
next month, it will call on all
lews in Israel and abroad to boy-
< ott El Al which is government-
.^?wned.
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The boycott would coincide
with the peak of Jewish tourist
travel to Israel. Economic ob-
servers believe the finnancially
troubled airline could be seriously
hurt since a very large proportion
passengers are Orthodox
Jews.
Israel and executed.
The Village Leagues were es-
tablished by Israel to counteract
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion influence on the West Bank.
Arabs prepared to cooperate with
Israel were given local functions
under the civilian regime and
their villages were supplied with
cash.
MUSTAFA DUDEIN, who
heads the Village Leagues in the
Hebron area, is trying to stem
the tide of defections. He met
with Eliahu Ben-Elissar, chair-
man of the Knesset Foreign Af-
fairs and Security Committee, to
urge more Israeli support for the
villages.
Reaction in Israel to the re-
moval of El Bireh's elected offici-
als was split along party lines.
Labor Party Secretary General
Haim Barlev accused the govern-
ment of heightening tension on
the West Bank instead of
defusing it.
But Likud MK Ronnie Milo
said the move was much less
harsh than what would have
occurred if there was no civilian
administration on the West Bank
Attention
Israel Bond Holders
You do not help Israel by keeping your Israel
Bonds after maturity.
Israel must place the proceeds at the Chase
Manhattan Bank. Israel prefers you reinvest
your mature bonds into new bonds or file with
the Chase Manhattan Bank to collect your
principal plus interest.
For Information Call the
Israel Bonds Office
659-1445
PUBLIX WISHES
YOU AND
YOUR FAMILY
A JOYOUS
PASSOVER
CELEBRATION.
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored
festival inspires.


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To the 518 volunteers listed
below who turned South County
upside down to make Super Sun-
day for the UJA-Federation
Campaign a tremendous success,
our special thanks. On behalf of
all the needy who are assisted by
your help, our heartfelt gratitude.
Leonard tnenberf
Esther Einschlag.
BobblFalk
Rosalie Felnberf
Meyer Fein berg
Frances Feinmsr
Ullian Fenchel
Dorothy FVegler
Dick Fishman
Hartene Flshman
Joyce Finn
Evelyn Fisher
Adam Five son
U?eFerber
Hannah Flte
PamFotl
Selma Forman
Max Fluhr
GertFluhr
Mildred Fradln
Sam Frank el
Molly Frank el
Selma Friedman
Mau re y Friedman
Evelyn Friedman
Neil Fried
Ray Furst
Elsie Feldman
Phil Fox
Dora Fox
Ida Feldman
Minnie Flnkelstein
Sadye Forbert
Sid Friedman
Sylvia Gardner
Alan Gardner
Elsie Gardner
Sidney Gerber
Pauline Cert man
Fay Glatt
Molly Golbln
Sara Gold
George Gold
Ann Goldberg
Murray Goldberg
Sam Caber
UaaGaber
Bob Goldman
Milton GoIdflne
Esta Goldflne
Helen Goldstein
Sara Gottlieb
Lillian Glueckman
Saul Glueckman
Ruth Glelcher
Florence Goldman
Maye Gould
Tilly Grabkowttz
Helene Grantz
Rachel G reenate In
Sylvia Green
Spencer Ge tie rt
Miriam Gold
Irving Goldstein
Marlon Goldstein
I .eon Gottlieb
Blanche Gottlieb
Oscar G laser
beater Goldmark
Suzanne Germain
JackCreenberg
AIGIockner
Frieda Clockner
Rose Goldman
Sid Gross
Belle Gertner
Berdle Goldman
Ell Goldman
Mae Gross
Albert Gross
Harriett* Halperl
Max Halpert
Mary Hamilton
Fay Heutllnger
Mortimer Heutllnger
Edith Hllf
Irving Hollobow
Bea Hollobow
Belle Hornsteln
Alfred Horowitz
Phil Hlnerfeld
Blanche Herzlich
Eva Herman
Nathan Herman
Rae Hutner
Toby Hertz
Marcy Hankln
PWna Hartaton
Belle Isakoff
Helen Jacobeon
Dave Jacobson
Miriam Jacknowltz
Frieda Jaffe
Edith Jernow
Jerry Jemow
Frances Jaeger
Doris Jay
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Estelle Kalmowiu
Phyllis Kalmowiu
Frieda Kammerman
Leon Kammerman
Eddie Abrarns
Rabbi Meyer Abramowttz
Doris Abramowttz
Sharon A bnamson
Sylvia Adler
Sam Adler
Henrietta Arftne
Alan Arno
Harry Aarons
Ruth Aarons
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Herbert Applebaum
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Birdie Abrams
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Fred Berdy
Councilman Malcolm Bird
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Sid Breltman
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Arlette Baker
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E velyn Borsuk
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Harry Black man
Stella Block
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Dorothy Brand
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Armo Browning
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Iz Brownsteln
Mary Brownsteln
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Evelyn Bloom
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Mitchell Binder
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Henry Chasen
Dorothy Chase n
Doris Cantor
Henry Cheater
Sue Cooper
David Cox
Cell Cohen
Blossom Cooper
Helen Cooper
Charles Cohen
Lucille Cohen
Martin Cutler
Edythe Cohen
Mat Cohen
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JackChapkln
Julius Daroe
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Bill Davis
Esther Davis
Ullian Davis
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Frances Penkower
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Alan Porter
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Doris Perlman
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Stella Perlman
George Preas
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Edith I'oietick
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Ruth Paris
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BUI Rlesberg
Florence Rlesberg
We look forward to work in* with
you in next year's Super Sunday
. and many Super Sundays to
come TOBY HERTZ,
MILTON KRETSKY.
STEPHEN MELCES
Mae Kanners
Reuben Kallem
Claire Kaplan
BenKarpen
Sylvia Kau
Helen Kesaler
Joseph K easier
Ann Kesaler
Ben Kesaler
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Margaret Kottler
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Beatrice Keys
YettaKarp
Edward Klngsley
Ann Klngsley
Karen Kaufman
Lee Kaufman
David Kushenbaum
Kll Kushenbaum
Ullian Kupferman
Doris K rassney
Belle Kopel
Evelyn Keasler
Milton Kretaky
Dorothy Koaser
Ethan Kottler
UIKrteger
Ethel Kretaky
Terry Korn
Sylvia Kirach
Martin Kirach
Mayor Bill Konrad
Mildred Laaker
Dorothy Lebeah
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Gertrude Lefkowltz
Viola Leeds
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Barbara Leln
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Ed Levtne
Ida Levtne
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Rose Lampert
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Murray Lowenbraun
Ida Lowenbraun
Arthur Lucker
Gertrude Lucker
Helen Lazar
Anne Lakoff
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Florence Lane
Irving Lem berg
Mary Llpton
Rose Laufer
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Ullian Laufman
Florence Lyon
Frelda Ught
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Pearl Le vine
DenaMan
Erwln Mann
Helen Mandel
Jack Mandel
Minna Marder
Pauline Marcus
Sandy Margulls
Joe Master
Bertha Mencher
Joseph Mencher
l-ouis Medwin
Rose Medwin
Sonia Melamet
Linda Metcer
Albert Meltzer
Ullian Metch
Lou Moses
SybU Moses
Laura Mlshler
Rose Myers
SybU Miller
Carl Miller
CaUlaMactas
RaeMuchnlck
Diane Marcovltz
Ullian Newman
Rabbi Joseph Noble
Manny Oberhand
Albert Omansky
Esther Omanaky
Mel Owens
Faye Owens
AlOstiick
Evelyn Ostrick
Mrs. Oberhand
BeaPearce
SldPearee
Dotty Perslco
Nick Perslco
Cantor Joseph Pollock
Ann Pollock
Rose Rtfktn
Dick Romanoff
Lois Romanoff
June Rosenberg
Jack Rosenberg
Burt Rosen thai
Diane Rosenthal
Ethel Ruttenberg
Anne Roth
Charlotte F othenberg
Simon Rothenberg
Rhoda Rosnek
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Mildred Schwartz
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Sylvia Schaeffer
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Ethel Shapiro
Sam Shlpkln
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Edith Silver
Miriam Sllverman
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Rabbi Merle Singer
Jeff Sllversteln
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Normandy F Increases Contributions
A very unique concept was in-
troduced by Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Glatt who hosted a wine and
cheese party at their home in
Kings Point on the evening of
Mar. 16. Guest speaker was
Rabbi Sam Silver of Temple Sinai
in Delray Beach.
The theme of the gathering
was a challenge by Dr. Glatt to
match the total sum of money
contributed by residents of Nor-
mandy F.
Iz Siegel, a guest at the party
stated, "Rabbi Silver gave a
short, yet very impressive and
powerful discourse on the need
for monies both locally as well as
for Israel and other lands
throughout the world where Jews
are located."
After emotional talks by both
Dr. Glatt and Rabbi Silver, con-
tributions increased from $747 to
$900. With Dr. Glatt's matching
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Instrumental in the collection
of the original sum was Fay Glatt
and Frances Feinman, co-chair-
Rabbi Sam Silver
Arabs Feel They Can Get
U.SL Arms, Oppose Israel
Nor- persons for the entire Normandy
area.
Congratulations are extended
to Dr. and Mrs. Glatt who so
graciously extended themselves
to implement this original idea.
They certainly provide an excel-
lent example for other condo-
miniums to follow suit in the fu-
ture.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Israeli Ambassador Moshe Arens
declared here that there is con
jfcern in Israel about the growing
perception among the Arab
Btatea that they can continue to
receive United States arms and
uiher aid while continuing a
'policy of belligerency to Israel."
Anns told the more than 1,500
persons from across the country
attending the third annual
United Jewish Appeal Young
leadership Conference that it is
his job as Ambassador to reverse
(his perception. He said the U.S.
Mideast policy has always been
based on a strong Israel and a
l>.N.-Israeli "partnership."
In response to Arens, Steven
(ireenberg of metropolitan New
Jersey, co-chairman of the
conference sponsored by the UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet and
^onng Women's Cabinet, said
the participants would go back
knowing the necessity to con-
vince the American public that
support of Israel is not only good
lor Israel and Jews, but also for
Americans.
Arens spoke at an Israel buffet
dinner at which Sens. Alan Cran-
*on IH., Cal.) and Hob Pack-
wood (R.. Ore.) were honored for
leading the fight last year against
the sale of AWACS and other
t arms to Saudi Arabia. Arens said
y^ the two Senators were "heroes"
lor their "unrelenting commit-
ment and support for Israel."
Cranston and Packwood were
Kiven statuettes of the late Israeli
I'remier Golda Meir with the in-
scription declaring that they were
dedicated to the humanitarian
ideals of Golda Meir and for con-
tinued support of the people of
M Jsracl."
M The young Jewish leaders at-
-, tended the banquet after an af-
ternoon in which they visited
Senators and Representatives.
he banquet, which included
dancing to Israeli music, was the
entertainment highlight of the
three-day conference.
Agencies Set
Boycott
VIENNA (JTA) Several
travel agencies, mainly in Hol-
land, have announced that they
would boycott the Tyrolean ski
1 resort of Mayrhofen because its
Mayor, Franz Hausberger.
served in the infamous SS 1st In-
fantry Brigade in World War II.
u L Proced>ng against
Hausberger were recently
dropped by the Innsbruck
district Attorney for lack of evi-
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday. April 2,1982
Super Sunday a Success;
Over $130,000 Raised
During a brief respite in a 15-hour day, a group of
the volunteers and the professional staff who
worked on Super Sunday. From left to right
kneeling, Eran Reis, Phina Hartston, Eric
Warshal, Second row: Helene Eichler, Esta Gold-
fine. Milt Kret sky, Ethel Kretskv. Shamn
Abramson, Roberta Steinberg, and Lenore Stein
berg. Back row: Jay Eichler, Milton Gold fine
Lynne Warshal, Bruce Warshal, Andrea Tripp
Margaret Kottler, Steve Melcer, Paul Steinberg
Mark Steinberg, and Toby Hertz.
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Rabh, Bruce Warshal distributing calling cards to Sam Gaber
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Boca Raton Mayor Bill Konrad working the telephone.
A dynamic mother and daughter team working Super Sunday. From
left to right, Barbara Lein and Edythe Lein.
For an exciting, exhilarating
and tiring 12-hours. 518 volun-
teers manned 77 telephones in a
marathon phone-a-thon that re-
sulted in 2,200 gifts to the UJA-
Federation 1982 Campaign. A
total of over $130,000 was
pledged.
There were many inspiring mo-
ments during the day. A
Christian employee at the tele-
phone company was so moved by
our efforts, that she contributed
to the campaign. Mayor Leon
Weeke8 of Delray Beach not only
manned the telephone for two
hours, but made a sizeable con-
tribution.
The enthusiasm was reflected
in the fact that many volunteers
stayed for a second shift to try to
raise additional money. Balloons
were awarded to solicitors who
obtained a contribution of f 100 or
more. The entire room was a sea
of colors as various balloons
waved from individual desks.
Last year's phone-a-thon
neetted $50,000. Super Sunday is
expected to net over 1160,000 af-
ter the follow-up letter campaign
to the one-day event.
Esta Goldfine, staff coordi-
nator for the event, said, "After
five weeks of careful planning, I
was personally gratified to see
over 500 volunteers on a single
day working for Jewish survival.
The entire event ran so smoothly
that I must say even I was some-
what surprised. I want to thank
all those who participated from
our co-chairpeople, Toby Hertz,
Milt Kretsky and Steve Melcer to
our teenage helpers and to every-
one in between. '
To: AM the telephone volunteers of Seper Sunday
From: Norman I. Stoae.Gee. Campaign Ckssrssaa
1 want to express my most sincere thanks to each and every
volunteer who put in an appearance at Southern Bell on March
21. As I was making my telephone solicitations, I gazed across
the room and it was clear why Jews have always survived.
Everyone was making calls zealously, with intense ardor, and
the results are most apparent by the bottom line figure of
$130,000 raised. You all did a tremendous job and I am most ap
preciative having you on my side. 1 thank you all.
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Bill Burson, district manager of Southern Bell with his arm around
Toby Hertz, co-chairperson for Super Sunday as Malcolm Bird, Coun-
cilman from Delray Beach makes a Super Sunday call.
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A happy crew celebrating a $5,000 donation on Super Sunday. Seated
is Milton Kretsky, co-chairperson for Super Sunday. Standing left to
right. Esta Goldfine, Saff Coordinator for Super Sunday, Ruth
Krauctz, Federation staff worker and Stephen Melcer, co-chairpc<
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April 2
Temple Beth El-Sisterhood Shobbot Service
April 4
Temple Emeth-Sisterhood Delray "Musicana Players" 8 p.m.
I Model Seder 10 a.m. B'noi Torah
April 5
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Temple Emeth Passover Seder 9:15 a.
B'naiTorah
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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 Yeladim Hadassah Ben Gurion Meeting 9:30
a.m. Free Sons of Israel Meeting 7 p.m.
April 6
Hadassah Menachem Begin 1 p.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith
Boca Teeca Lodge 9:30 a.m. Meeting Temple Emeth 7 p.m.
Board Meeting ORT Regionnoon luncheon
April 7
Temple Emeth-Passover Seders, ORT-Delray Passover Habor
Hall-sold out Boca Teeca B'nai B'rith Passover Seder
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April 10
Sabbath Morning Services 9:15 a.m. B'nai Torah
April 12
Temple Emeth Singles-noon meeting Diamond Club-9:30 a.m.
Meeting ORT-Boca East 10 a.m. meeting
April 13
ORT-Delray Board Meeting Pioneer Women-Beersheba Club
noon meeting ORT Sisterhood 1 p.m. Board Meeting Temple
Emeth-Botherhood-7:30 p.m. meeting B'nai Torah Passover
7:30p.m.
April 14
Hadassah-Menachem Begin 10-1 p.m. meeting Hadassah
Aviva-Boca 10 a.m. Board Meeting B'nai Torah Passover 9:15
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
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Program
Opposed
MONTREAL More than 300 faculty members,
administrators and students at
Concordia University here de-
manded that Rector John
O'Brian make it absolutely clear
that the university is urfequivoc-
ally opposed to any exchange
agreement with Saudi Arabia
which discriminates against
Jewish members of the university
community.
"Everything we have been
hearing until now is very vague.
We want a clear statement
saying the university will have
nothing to do with this type of
discrimination," said Frederick
Krantz. principal of the liberal
arts college, commenting on a
proposed student and faculty ex-
change agreement with King Fai-
sal University in Riyadh.
THE AGREEMENT has
stirred a controversy between
faculty and the administrative
heads of Concordia University
because of Saudi Arabia's well
known policy of denying entry
visas to Jews.
Egypt Eases
Way for
Tourists
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTAI -
The Egyptian authorities are re-
moving some of the obstacles in
the way of Egyptian tourists in-
terested in visiting Israel. As a
result, according to Moshe Cas-
suU>, head of the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office in Cairo, be-
tween 5,000 to 10,000 Egyptians
may come to Israel this year, a
major increase though still far
less than the number of Israelis
who have visited Egypt.
Cassuto disclosed in weekend
press interviews that the Egyp-
tian authorities are now issuing
second passports to Egyptian
citizens, obtainable within 2 to 4
weeks. The purpose is to avoid,
having Israeli entry stamps in
their original passport which
would prevent them from visiting
other Arab countries. The Egyp-
tians are also easing the maze of
red tape which many Israelis
suspected was a bureaucratic
device deliberately intended to
discourage Egyptians from
visiting Israel.
CASSUTO'S prediction of in-
creased Egyptian tourism to
Israel is expected to produce a
more favorable climate at high
level normalization talks between
Israeli and Egyptian teams
headed by Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon and Foreign Minister
Kamal Hassan Ali.
Uprooted
Settlers'
Cause
Continued from Page 1
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, Apriia, 1932
Organizations! in the News
A
TEMPLE EMETH
Every 2nd and 4th Friday of
the month, the Oneg Shabbat
night services will feature Temple
Emeth's Choir, under the direc-
tion of Anne Katz. Cantor Irving
Zumraer and the choir will sing
our beautiful Shabbat melodies
and prayers that will add greatly
to the beauty and delight of the
congregation.
Rabbi Bernard A. Silver Insti-
tute of Judaic Studies will con-
duct classes each Monday
morning at 11 a.m. in the Bet-
Hamidrash The topic for the 4-
For Further Information on
Area Organizations, Call
South County Jewish Federation,
in Boca Raton, 368-2737
week course will be "Passover"
. the ritual of the Seder and its
meaning.
Passover Seders will be held on
Apr. 4 and 8 for members and
friends. Please make reservations
in the Temple Office. Prices will
be $22 per person per Seder. They
USF Receives 'Seed Money'
For Judaic Studies Center
will be conducted by Rabbi
Bernard A. Silver and Cantor
Irving Zummer.
TEMPLE SINAI
Temple Sinai will conduct a
public Seder Thursday, April 8 at
6 p.m. at the Boca Teeca Country
Club in Boca Raton. The service
will be led by Rabbi and Mrs.
Samuel Silver. For information,
call Jerome Gilbert.
Men's Club of Temple Sinai
meeting Apr. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at
Atlantic Savings Bank. Bernard
Zelden will speak on visiting
Russia.
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Tan reasons why you should stay at out Brooklyn hotel.
A Judaic Studies Center at the
University of South Florida has
moved a step closer to reality
with the presentation of a check
to Dean James Strange of the
College of Arts and Letters.
Stanley Igel of Clearwater
presented the check to Dean
Strange to serve as "seed
money" and to interest other
contributors. Igel heads a com-
mittee to raise funds for the
center, which would become part
of USF's department of religious
studies.
Dean Strange said he hopes the
new center will be able to get un-
derway by January, 1983. He has
consulted with David Weinstein,
past president of Spertus College
of Judaica in Chicago, on plan-
ning the curriculum and library
for the proposed center.
He also has made tentative ar-
rangements with the Center for
Judaica at Oxford University in
Kngland, and with Haifa Univer-
sity in Israel for semester abroad
studies for students from USF.
Planned courses would include
Medieval Jewish philosophy,
Medieval Jewish literature. Tal-
mud. Jewish civilisation and
history of Zionism, among
others. The religious studies de-
partment already offers ancient
Judaism, ancient Hebrew, ar-
chaeology, and Bible courses.
"The center would bring in dis-
tinguished professors to teach
Judaic Studies and other discip-
lines," Strange said.
Strange is a professor of reli-
gious studies and archaeologist,
as well as dean. He gained inter-
national acclaim last summer as
part of a team which discovered
ancient sacred Jewish ark, the
lirst to be found after centuries of
search by archaeologists.
Buildings
Dismantled
TEL AVIV (JTAI -
Laborers employed by the Jewish
Agency, mostly Arabs, continue
to dismantle buildings and
equipment in farm settlements in
tin' Yamit region of northern
Sinai without incident. Soldiers
Bent to protect the workers from
jxissible assaults by militants op-
posed to Israel's withdrawal from
Sinai have little to do as green-
houses and farm implements at
Ugda village are disassembled for
relocation in Israel.
The Jewish Agency is concen-
trating its dismantling efforts on
Jewish settlements closest to the
Israeli border. They want every-
thing removed from that region
by Apr. 25, the Sinai pullout
deadline, so as not to facilitate
the settlement of Egyptian
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Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae
Delta Phi Epsilon Alumnae of Delta Kappa Chapter of the
University of Florida, are being asked to contact the sisters at
the U of F. The chapter is reorganizing its Alumnae Program,
and future plans include an Alumnae Weekend during Pali
Semester, 1982. Arrangements for all weekend accommodations
and activities will be provided.
If you have not recently received a letter from Delta Kappa
Chapter, please write to Lauren Barrett, member-at-large, 1115
S.W. 9th Avenue, Gainesville, Fla. 32601, to be placed on the
active alumnae list.
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A vraham Harman (left), president of the He-
brew University; Frieda S. Lewis, national
president of Hadassah and Bernice S. Tan-
nenbaum, Hadassah Medical Organization
chairman and chairman of the 70th anniver-
sary (center); and Harry Hurwitz, Israel
Prime Minister Begin's Urector of Informa-
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Women's Division Pioneer Luncheon (minimum $150gift) was held at
the Patricia Judith Art Gallery. Over $29,000 was raised at this level
giving. Pictured (left to right) are Margie Boer, Women's Division
Campaign chairperson; Phyllis Charme, Pioneer Luncheon co-chair-
person; Danny Tadmore, guest speaker; Diane Deckinger, Pioneer
Luncheon co-chairperson.
The Kings Point Glee Club gave an outstanding
performance at the Pines of Delray North UJA-
Federation Israeli breakfast on Mar. 14. In the
foreground the musicians are Ralph Katz, bass;
Milton SobeL mono. The singers are (left to right)
Sam Frankel, Herb Siegel, Ruth Schaeffer, Mort
Schneider, Molly Weiner, Milt Silverstein, Lee
Goldstein, Sam Amato, Henrietta Berman, and
Helen Chaleff. Extreme right is Izzy Siegel, direc-
tor.
Pines of Delray Coffee was held on Mar. 16. Pictured (left to right) are
Iz Siegel, Delray Beach chairman of UJA 1982 Campaign; Min Sch-
walb andSiSchwalb, hostess and host; Henry Levy, guest speaker.
Pines of Delray North UJA-Federation Israeli breakfast was held on
Mar. 14 with an attendance of 150 people. Pictured (left to right) are
Lillian Ostrou: co-chairperson of breakfast; Esther Omansky, Pines of
Delray North UJA chairperson for 1982; Rose Rifkin, guest speaker.
Standing: Charles Ostrow, co-chairman of breakfast.
Pictured (left to right) are Pnina Hartston and Evan Reis, students
sent by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Education to
exchange cultural ideas with American students. They spoke at Boca
Raton Community High School, Potomac School, Boca Christian
Academy and Pope John Paul II High School Margaret Kottler was
the coordinator for South County Jewish Federation. Pnina and Eran
will be visiting other communities within the next month before re-
turning to Israel. During the week, they stayed in Boca Raton, the
host families were Dr. and Mrs. Alan Markovitz and son Dauid, and
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Democratic Nations Urged To
?orm Own Parallel VN'Body
ByTAMARLEVY
GENEVA (JTA) -
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir proposed here that
the democratic nations of
the world establish a new
organization of their own,
parallel to the United Na-
tions which, he charged, no
longer serves the purpose of
world peace.
Shamir, invited to address an
Israel Bonds dinner here, spoke
at a press conference for corres-
pondents assigned to the UN in
Geneva. He noted that the Arab
states had their organization, as
did the Eastern bloc countries,
and claimed it was time the
democratic nations had one, too.
ACCORDING TO Shamir, the
UN, founded to maintain peace in
the world, has erased that task
from its agenda thanks to the
automatic majority which, he
claimed, has made the world or-
ganization an instrument against
the democratic world in general
and Israel in particular.
Shamir denounced the General
Assembly resolution of Feb. 5,
which demanded punitive sanc-
tions against Israel and branded
it a non-peace-loving state, as
"untrue, one-sided and scan-
dalous." He said, "It is a scandal
to call Israel a nation that does
not love peace when we are going
to give back the Sinai in April."
The resolution, adopted by a vote
of 86-21, was backed almost
entirely by the Arab, Soivet-bloc
and Third World nations.
BarMitzvah
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OWENSCHULTZ
, Owen Stuart Schultz. son of
'Joy and Gary Schultz, will be
called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Apr. 3.
Owen is a student of Boca Raton
Middle School and attends the
Temple Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
simcha include Owen's sister,
Laurie and brother, Adam. Out of
town guests include aunt and
uncle, Gwen and Neei Schultz
from Englewood CHffa, N.J.
Owen enjoys music, drums,
baseball, football, fishing and
model rockets and his honors and
[*waras include All Country
Band, 1982, Boca Middle School
Jazz Band, 1982, South County
Little League All Star Traveling
Team, 1961 and AB Star Baea-
bell. I960 and 1961.
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Shamir said that analyzing the
situation at the UN it is apparent
that the democratic countries are
a minority, constituting only 30
of the 155 member states.
Therefore, Israel believes the
time has come for the democratic
nations to organize themselves to
protect liberty and democracy in
the world, he said.
HE PROPOSED that the new
organization be based on the
same foundations as the Parlia-
ment of Europe. He also stressed
Israel's determination to con-
tinue the peace process in the
Middle East. But Shamir said his
country was worried by the new
supply of weapons to the region
where there are already too much
arms provided by the Soviet
Union and the U.S.
Referring to recent proposals
that the U.S. sell Jordan a mobile
air defense system and F-16 jet
fighters, Shamir said, "Jordan
does not need sophisticated
ground-to-air missile and ad-
vanced F16 fighters. The leaders
(of Jordan) have repeatedly
claimed they could not fight Is-
rael as they had no air force. So
why should the U.S. supply them
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Pridaty. Aprtte, 1982
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Border Dispute Solved Temporarily
ByJTA Wire Service
JERUSALEM The Cabinet Sunday endorsed a tem-
porary solution to one of Israel's border disputes with
Egypt. The compromise emerged during the discussions
here last week with Egyptian Foreign Minister Kamal
Hassan Ali and involves about a kilometer of territory in
the Taba region near the Israeli port of Elat.
It is understood that an
interim arrangement was
agreed upon which would
allow Israelis to operate a
luxury resort complex
which is near completion
while negotiations continue
with Egypt on ultimate
sovereignty over the area.
ISRAEL MUST complete its
pullout from Sinai by Apr. 26,
and it is hoped that the other ter-
ritorial disputes along the 143-
mile international boundary will
be resolved by that date.
However, Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon, who will go to Cairo
shortly for further talks with
Hassan Ali, reportedly told the
Cabinet Sunday that he would
consider no further concessions
to Egypt. "We have reached the
limit," he was quoted as saying.
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin took an equally tough line
on the venue of future autonomy
negotiations with Egypt. An
autonomy session on the experts'
level due to have been held Sun-
day was postponed by Cairo
Saturday night because of Is-
rael's insistence that the talks be
held in Jerusalem.
. THE ISSUE of Jerusalem has
emerged as a source of tension
between Israel and Egypt due to
President Hosni Mubarak's re-
fusal to go there during his
projected visit to Israel and Is-
rael's position that he include
Jerusalem on his itinerary or not
come at all. Ongoing consulta-
tions between the two countries
have produced no compromise so
far, although officials on both
sides say that the visit will take
place.
Part of Sunday's Cabinet
meeting was in closed session as
a ministerial security committee.
Sharon briefed his colleagues on
the tense situation on the West
Bank. No details were released,
but Prime Minister Begin sent a
message of congratulations to the
army for the restraint it exercised
during confrontations with
violent demonstrators. At the
same time, he expressed sorrow
over the fatal shooting of an Arab
youth by soldiers in El Bireh
Saturday.
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NEW YORK -
Rabbi Marc H. Tanen-
baum, national inter-reli-
gious affairs director of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee, has lauded Billy
Graham, the world-famed
evangelist, as "one of the
greatest friends of the Jew-
ish people and of Israel in
the entire Christian world
in the 20th Century."
Speaking at the Church Centre
at the United Nations, at which
Dr. Graham was named recipient
of the prestigious Templeton
Foundation Prize for Progress in
^Religion, Rabbi Tanenbaum
hailed him as "the world's most
noted evangelist who has reached
more people in more places than
probably any other religious per-
sonality in our lifetime." He
added:
"IT IS not generally known
among either Jews or Christians
that Dr. Graham has been
present to the Jewish people in
virtually every moment of trial,
threat and testing, as well as in
celebration. The American Jew-
ish Committee can tell in moving
chapter and verse how Dr.
Graham came time and again to
the aid of the embattled people of
Israel, when his voice and influ-
ence in high places made a crucial
and, at times, a decisive dif-
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Religious Directory
B'NAI TORAH 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
n.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
561 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 & Loan Asso-
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Roach. Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat, Saturdays, 9 a.m.
.ind Kiddush. Edward Dorfman, President, 6707 Moonlit Drive,
Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Phone: 499-6687. Rabbi Jonah J.
Knhn. 499-4181. Cantor David Wechsler, 499-8992.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Reform.
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen.
Shabbat Fve Services at 8:15 p.m ..Family Sabbath Service at
7:30p.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 Daily
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n m. Reuben Saltz.man-President, Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Fla. 33446. Conserva-
tive Phone: 498-3536. Bernard A. Silver, Rabbi: Irving
Ziimmor. Cantor, Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday
iit 9 a.m.. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
\t 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
Mernard Etish 278-3715.
Dr. Graham will receive the
$200,000 prize at a ceremony in
London's Queen Elizabeth Hall
on May 11. The Award was in-
augurated ten years ago by the
Presbyterian layman, John M.
Templeton. to highlight the
pioneering breakthroughs in reli-
gion around the world.
Announcement of the award
was made by the Rt. Reverend
John All in, Presiding Bishop of
the Episcopal Church in the
USA. Also taking part, in addi-
tion to Rabbi Tanenbaum, were
Archbishop Iakovos, Primate of
the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese
of North and South America, and
Archbishop John Gerety of the
Catholic Diocese of Newark, N. J.
RABBI Tanenbaum stated
that "on the basis of my personal
experience and friendship with
Dr. Graham since the mid-1960s,
I can testify that the growth in
Report Iran Buying
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PARIS The French paper
Le Matin reported, quoting an
Israeli who has recently returned
from Teheran, that Iranian leader
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
personally approved arms deals
with Israel. The paper said the
Israeli, who went under an as-
sumed identity to Teheran to
negotiate new arms contracts on
Israel's behalf, said Khomeini re-
cently ruled that "Israel is Satan,
but in our country's situation we
have to deal with Satan himself."
Le Matin, which did not dis-
close the identity of the Israeli,
said that the decision to buy
arms and spare parts in Israel
was taken at the urging of the
"Islamic Guard," an estremist
group. No Iranian leader wanted
to assume responsibility for the
contracts with Israel and
Khomeini himself had to rule on
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Iranian army generals telephoned
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deliveries to Iran which is now in
the second year of war with Iraq.
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mutual appreciation between
Evangelicals and Jews in many
parts of the United Stetes and
abroad, was in very large
measure due to the attitudes,
convictions and personal influ-
ence of Dr. Grahamm" He said
that his intervention led to the
freeing from Soviet labor camps
of Jews who might otherwise
have perished.-
Referring to Dr. Graham's
public statements and his films
condemning anti-Semitism and
his repudiation of proselytizing of
the Jewish people through the
deceptive techniques of such
groups as Jews for Jesus. Rabbi
Tanenbaum described them as
"expressions of his friendship
and respect for Judaism and for
the Jewish people, in addition to
his deep love and support for Is-
rael."
"While not overlooking for a
moment our authentic theological
and other differences as
Christians and Jews which we
have discussed frequently, freely
nnd openly." Rabbi Tanenbaum
said. "I do not believe that it is
nn exaggeration for me to declare
based on nearly 20 years of our
association with Dr. Graham
that next to Pope John XXIII,
nnd Prof. Reinhold Neibuhr, that
towering genious and philo-
Semite of American Protestant-
ism. Dr. Billy Graham has been
nnd continues to be one of the
greatest friends of the Jewish
people and of Israel in the entire
Christian world in the 20th Cen-
tury."
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