Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 28, 1975)-v. 8, no. 40 (Dec. 17, 1982).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 2, 1976 called v.2, no. 22, but constitutes v.2, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: July 28, 1978 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement; Aug. 25, 1978 called no. 16 in masthead and no. 17 in publisher's statement; Aug. 10, 1979 called no. 15 in masthead and no. 16 in publisher's statement; Oct. 22, 1982 called no. 31 in masthead and no. 32 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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University of Florida
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Warns
Carolina 'Judaica'
minar to be Shunned
Campaign
Plans Passover Appeal
as been issued
Hay leaders in
Unity all over
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is to conduct
missionaries the Jews.
Rabbi Rubin R. Dobin
Evangelistic Missions and host of
the "Hope of Israel" television
program; Rev. John Fisher,
former vice president of Brit
Shalom; and Rev. Larry Jaffrey,
Southeast regional director of
American Board of Missions to
cial help to the State of Israel,
these missionaries gain the con-
fidence of uninitiated Jews and
deviously try to make them be-
lieve that the only way they can
become complete Jews is to
accept the divinity of Jesus and
other Christian dogma."
The Jews for Jews Organiza-
tion has asked to be invited to
send a delegation to the Seminar
and be permitted to set up a
booth to distribute its own litera-
ture. To date no response has
been received from the Judaica
Seminar organizers.
Barbara Shulman, General
Campaign Chairman of the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Beach
County, announced that a major
Passover appeal has been
planned by the Federation on be-
half of the 1962 Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The -project will be directed to
those in the community who had
made gifts to the campaign in
previous years but who have not
yet made a 1982 commitment. In
addition, a select group of non-
contributors will be receiving the
appeal in the mail as well.
Barbara Shulman stated,
"There are a tremendous number
of gifts still outstanding which
will have a dramatic effect on the
success ot our total campaign ef-
forts this year. It is estimated
that approximately 3,000 cards
will be mailed out to the com-
munity. We hope that at this
most important season of the
Jewish year and at a critical
period of our Jewish history,
members in the community will
respond generously in support of
their brethren still in bondage,
still oppressed, still longing to
live their lives in freedom and
with dignity."
"Let us make this a special
Passover celebration by showing
our concern for fellow Jews
wherever they may be. Thank
you for helping to make this a
most meaningful Passover," con-
cluded Shulman.
Report from Rome
Assisi Honors Friends of Jews
said that a
>gram lists
speakers:
def of Jews
Us Goldberg,
list in Jewish
iy Bible In-
David Lew,
ot Israel
"These people have a long
record of engaging in devious
methods and coercive techniques
while trying to wean unwary
Jews away from their faith," said
Dobin.
"Under the guise of extending
a hand of fellowship to Jews and
seeming to-give-moral and fuuui-
[Criticized for Failing To
Holocaust Memorial
(JTA> City
eminded that
[today numbers
i more survivors
than any other
\' but still lacks a
i the victims 40
[events.
New York City
Jrial Center that
i archival and re-
I, was stressed by
the New York
Commissioner,
appeared at a
Payor's Holocaust
Force here. Ber-
fin his capacity as
the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Council's New
York Holocaust Commission.
The Holocaust Memorial Task
Force was established by Mayor
Edward Koch last July to deter-
mine what kind of memorial
should be created, where it
should be located and what it
would cost. The Task Force will
create a special committee to see
the project through.
Herbert Rickman, a special as-
sistant to the Mayor, stressed
that the memorial would not be
paid for out of city funds. "The
funding will come from the Jew-
ish community, the community
as a whole," he said,
ByLISABILLIG
ROME (JTA) Two
days of ceremonies opened
in the mountain village of
Assisi to honor the towns-
people who saved the lives
of 300 Jews during World
War II when, following
Italy's surrender, the occu-
pying German forces de-
ported about 20 percent of
Italian Jewry to death
camps in Eastern Europe.
i
Assisi is the birthplace of St.
Francis, whose eighth centennial
is also being celebrated this week.
Representatives of Italian Jewry
and surviving members of the
Jewish familites who received
shelter in the village which had
no Jewish population of its own,
came there to pay tribute to the
courage of the villagers. They
, were joined by many present-day
1 residents and by Catholic priests,
monks and nuns in renalling the
events on nearly 40 years ago.
ning in the spring of 1943, was
organized by Bishop Placido
Nicolini, his brother Ruffino
Niacci, and Father Aldo
Brunacci. Only Father Brunacci
is alive today and was on hand
for the ceremony of thanks. But
the entire population of the vil-
lage collaborated in the rescue,
including its Fascist mayor,
Amaldo Fortini.
Jews were hidden in homes,
convents and monasteries. They
were provided with false papers
identifying them as Catholic
.parishoners. Some were given
clerical disguises and were in-
structed in Catholic ritual to ap-
pear authentic. Jobs were found
for the refugees, enabling them to
blend into the community, un-
known to the German occupying
forces. The villagers protected
the Jews at risk of their own lives
until the town was liberated by
Allied forces in June, 1944.
Graziella Viterbi Carucci, one of
the Jews who owed her life to the
people of Assisi spoke at the
ceremonies.
So did Daniel Kropf of Trieste
whose parents were among those
rescued. Kropf is vice chairman
of the European Foundation of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Another speaker
was Miriam Viterbi whose family
was the only one of the 300 Jews
that remained in Assisi after the
war.
A SILVER plaque was
presented to the Jews' benefac-
tors, inscribed with the words,
"The Jews of Italy, in gratitude,
1943-82." Today, an Italian
translation of "Assisi Under-
ground," a fictionalized account
of the period written by the Is-
raeli author Alexander Ramati,
was presented to the village. Bice
Miglao, director of the Rome
Jewish Cultural Center,
presented documents on Nazi
concentration camps to repre-
sentatives of Assisi's schools.
Assisi has also been honored
by the Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.
An avenue of trees has been
planted in the Garden of the
Righteous.
Agencies Set
Boycott
VIENNA (JTA) Several
travel agencies, mainly in Hol-
land, have announced that they
would boycott the Tyrolean ski
resort of Mayrhofen because its
Mayor. Franz Hausberger,
served in the infamous SS 1st In-
fantry Brigade in World War II.
Legal proceedings against
Hausberger were recently
dropped by the Innsbruck
District Attorney for lack of evi-
dence.
Predicts New Israel Elections This Year
fact that the Israeli Cabinet voted its
[Prime Minister Menachem Begin"s ad-
Mowing a "no-confidence" tie vote last
nesset, Begin predicted new elections for
K will be held sometime this year.
Jur government cannot exist without a
vote, on three motions introduced by
ty and a far-right and a far-left party, was
party, controlling 48 votes, led by Shimon
Begin s half-hearted attempts to evict
Be Sinai and other recent decisions in-
|on the West Bank.
ud Party, up until last week's Knesset
dSl votes. Three of its members, in-
Prune Minister Yigael Yadin, are out of
(Yadin was in South Florida last week,
including a meeting with local Federation officials at
the Bahia Mar in Fort Lauderdale).
However, the Nationalist Party member who has
been joining Likud in supporting government in the
Knesset, voted against Betrin last week and vowed to
continue voting against him, which destroys the one-
vote margin the begin coalition had in the parliament.
The talks indicated criticism of the Begin govern-
ment on many fronts: the impasse in the talks with
Egypt on an autonomy plan for, the Palestinian
residents of the West Bank, where four Arab youths
were reportedly killed by Israeli soldiers breaking up
demonstrations against the Israel civilian administra-
tors of the area; the closing of the Golan Heights to
non-residents during a strike by pro-Syrian Druse, and
the deteriorating relations with the United States.
The PLO was blamed for inciting the demonstrations
on the West Bank and Gaza strip following an ambush
last Thursday by two masked terrorist* who_threw
grenades on an army vehicle in the Gaza that killed an
Israeli soldier, wounded three other soldiers, and also
wounded three Palestinians nearby.
Meanwhile Israel dismissed two more Palestinian
mayors in the West Bank, and in the UN, Arab nations
were demanding the Security Council order Israel to re-
instate the mayors.
U.S. Support: "Unshakable"
Those relations, however, were strengthened last
week when Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Morris
Draper told a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee:
"Our support for Israel's security and economic well-
being is a basic and unshakable tenet of American
foreign policy in the Middle East. He said the
Administration is asking Congress to approve a record
$2.5 billion foreign aid program for Israel, including
$1.7 billion in military sales credits and guarantees
mainly to buy U.S.-made aircraft and other rnilitary
hardware.


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Announcement to the Community
The Nominating Committee of the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County informs and advises
that the following candidates for officers will be presented for
election at the Women's Division Election Meeting on Wednes-
day. April 21.1982.
1
OFFICERS
President
Vice President. Administration
Vice President. Campaign;
Vice President. Education
Vice President.
Leadership Development
\ in- President. Outreach
Secretarv
Cynnie List
Jeanne Glasser
Man a Perrin
Julie Cummings
Marjorie Berg
Penny Beers
Deborah Brass
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In accordance with the by-laws, additional nominations may
be submitted in writing by any member of the Women's
Division no later than April 7, 1982. provided any such written
nominations shall be endorsed by at least 25 members of the
Women's Division and that the written consent of the nominee
shall be obtained.
Respectfully Submitted by the Nominating Committee:
Judy Waluer. Chairman; Penny Beers. Ruthe Eppler. Doris
Singer. Barbara Wunsh

Nobel Peace Prize winner Prof. Andrei Sakharoi's stepson,
Alexi Semenoi. with his wife, Lisa Alexeyeva, who was
released from the USSR following her parents-in-law's dramatic
hunger strike, visit the opening night of the exhibit. Religious
Motifs in Soviet Unofficial Art, at the Case Museum of Russian
Contemporary Art in Exile, in Jersey City, N.J. The exhibition
is presented in cooperation with the Cremona Foundation and
the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry.
Munich Group Urges Ban
On Nazi Organizations
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTAI A Munich
group called "Stop the Nazi
Terror" has demanded that the
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Bavarian state government and
the federal authorities impose an
immediate ban on all neo-Nazi or-
ganizations, particularly those
engaged in paramilitary training.
A spokesman for the group,
which was formed after the 1980
Munich Oktoberfest bombing,
warned at a press conference that
neo-Nazi and paramilitary
organizations are still operating
in Bavaria and at least four are
registered in Lower Saxony. The
Bavarian neo-Nazis are based in
Rosenheim and Neustadt. he
said.

Police have confirmed that the
- -^ Kosenheim organization has been '
I active since 1978. It consist*
mainly of youths aged 14 to 20
who receive paramilitary training
and have been involved in score*
of Nazi propaganda activities and
vandalism of Jewish cemeteries.
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Meanwhile. Karl-Heir. Hoff-
mann, leader of the outlawed
"Wehrsportsgruppe Hoffmann."
remains in custody pending trial
for the murder of a Jewish pub-
lisher in Nuremberg last year.
Hoffmann was arrested in Frank-
furt when he returned from a visit
to Lebanon where he was hosted
by Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation chief Yasir Arafat. Police
have confirmed PLO ties with
Hoffmann's neo-Nazi group
I which is suspected of having per
petrated the Oktoberfest bomb
J^ing.
Avraham 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 Be gin's Director of Infor,
tion in the United States, at Congregatia
Emanu-El, New York, where over a thou
guests celebrated Hadassah's Purim birtk\
day party.
Headlines
HIAS Reelects Shapiro President
Edwin Shapiro has been reelected president of
HIAS the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
Shapiro joined the board of the Jewish
migration agency in 1971. He is a board member
of the Joint Distribution Committee. UJA-Feder-
ation of Greater New York, United Israel Appeal.
American ORT Federation. Council of Jewish
Federations. New York Association for new
Americans and CARE.
He is also a member of the American
Immigration and Citizenship Committee and the
Citizens' Committee for Immigration Reform.
The Iraqi atomic reactor was destroyed by Is-
raeli agents and not by Israeli aircraft bombard-
ment, according to a report in the London Sunday
Times, which quoted Italian technicians who were
working near the reactor-site at the time it was
blown up.
The report states that a small cadre of Israeli
agents infiltrated as technicians into the reactor
area itself and placed a large amount of explosives
which annihilated the facility. The agents, ac-
cording to the reported sources, were in radio con-
tact with the Israeli Air Force whose bombing
runs served merely as camouflage at the lime the
explosives went off.
The Federal District Court for the District of
Columbia heard oral arguments on Mar. 19 in a
suit brought by the American Jewish Congress to
force the Treasury Department to disclose records
showing the dollar holdings of Saudi Arabia.
Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates in the
United States.
The Jewish group, acting under the Freedom of
Information Act. submitted a request to the
Treasury Department last year to obtain the
documents. It asked for release of data listing the
amounts of funds on deposit in U.S. banks and
the amounts of Treasury bills owned or held by
each of the three Arab oil-producing states.
AJCongress charged that the growing size of
Arab investment in the United States is of "par-
ticular concern" because of the "concomitant
increase in the influence by these three countries
over American foreign policy in the Middle East."
It added that information obtained on the size
and scope of such investments may form the basis
jorrecommejidjn^hirther legislation.
David H. Peirez of Great Neck. NY. willsenil
as Chairman of the Planning Committee for tail
76th annual meeting of the American Jewil
Committee May 12 to 16 at the Grand Hyatt H|
tel in New York, according to Maynard I. WisbJ
ner. A.IC national president.
Peirez. an attorney. Garden City. NY isi]
member of AJC's Board of Governors. Board oil
Trustees, and National Executive Council Hel
ser M as a vice president of the Committi|
1-onK Island Chapter.
VIC leaders from all parts of the United Statal
will participate in the program planning procesl
tor the organization's annual meeting, whichwi]
be attended by more than 500 delegates to com
sider such pressing issues as AJC's concern forl
social justice and the New Federalism, anti-l
Semitism and other threats to Jewish security,!
Israel and the Middle East.
A call for the United States to reassess i
policy toward the United Nations within
framework of American foreign policy goals i
martp in New York last week by a group of ia
national affairs experts who presented a reportl
Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, U.S. Ambassador to ("
UN.
While stressing that "our interdependenti
needs the UN" and the principles enunciated^
its Charter, and that it continues to be in t~
American interest to use the UN as a signifies*!
foreign policy forum, the expert group urged thm
the U.S. be prepared to "act alone" or with othfll
outside the UN. in light of deterioration in*J
capacity of the world organization to deal inf
tially and effectively with questions of world (
cern.
"The U N system, with some good worbi
the cause of peace, economic and socialK
ment and human rights, also reflects and c
sionally aggravates the dangerous internatB
al environment in which the U.S. finds its*]
declared the report issued by the Ad Hoc Gn
on United States Policy Toward the UN.
Chairman of the Ad Hoc Group is Monis'.
Abram. former U.S. representative to the
Commission on Human Rights.
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1981-82
Jewish Federation/UJA
Campaign
Calendar of Events
JEWISH
FEDERATION ,,,
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COUNTY
April 18 Women's Division Phone-A-Thon



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rhe Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fitterman, Solender to Staff
Page 3-A
Jewish Community Center Activities Study
Fitterman, former
re Vice President of the
Community Council of
Ohio and Sanford
Executive Consultant
_ Jewish Philanthropies of
fork have been secured as
ator and consultant re-
ely for the Jewish Corn-
Center Activities Study,
announced by Harriett
" Brenner, chairman,
udy, under the joint
of the Jewish Corn-
Center of the Palm
and the Jewish Federa-
IPalm Beach County, is to
In the needs and interests
[Jewish residents of the
Palm Beach area as they
i the establishment of the
Community Center ac-
|and facilities.
Fitterman holds a
of Social Service Degree
Community Council of Greater
New York and the Council on In-
ter-Group Relations appointed by
Mayor Edward Koch.
Solender is the recipient of
several awards including the
Joseph E. Kappel Award of the
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service and the
Florence G. Heller Professional
Award of the National Jewish
Welfare Board.
"The community is privileged
to have two such distinguished
professionals as Robert Fitter-
man and Sanford Solender serv-
ing as staff members for our Jew-
ish Community Center Activities
Study," stated Buddie Brenner.
"We are confident that with their
professional expertise and the
commitment and dedication of
our steering committee, this
study will provide us with a clear
picture of the needs and help in
planning responsibly for the
future."
Robert Fitterman
TO ALL HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS
RESIDING IN PALM BEACH COUNTY
The Holocaust Commemoration Committee is resuming the
videotaping of the testimonies of Holocaust survivors. If you are
interested in participating please call Rabbi Alan R. Sherman at
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, 832-2120.
camps and Jewish Federations.
He is a past President of the
Association of Jewish Corn-
he Graduate School of munity Organization and Per-
Social Work. He has sonnel and the Miami Valley
as Executive Vice Presi- Chapter of the National Associa-
the Jewish Community tion of Social Work,
of Dayton, Ohio for many
ntil he retired and moved Sanford Solender, a graduate
aim Beaches where he re- f New Y* University (BS) and
Sineer Island. Prior to Columbia University (M.S.), has
lition in Dayton, Fitter- be*"1 involved in community
irved as Director of the work for over 40 years. He has
ngland and New York served as Executive Director of
egions of the Council of the Jewwh Community Centers
Federations. He served [ Cleveland, Ohio; Director of
ly on the staffs of the the Jewish Community Center
Jewish Fund, Laurel Y Services, National Jewish Wel-
id Jewish Social Service ^ Board; and Executive Vice
Pittsburgh; the Jewish President of the National Jewish
Welfare in Brooklyn Welfare Board, Federation of
he Jewish Social Service Jewwh Philanthropies of New
ion. Lavanburg Corner York "V1 United Jewish Appeal-
and Federation Settle- Federation of Jewish Philan-
New York City; and the throP>es Campaign. He currently
Family Service and Jew- serves on several boards of direc-
ration in Boston. Fitter- tors Including the Community
had extensive expert- Council of Greater New York, the
Director and Coordinator Herman Muehlstein Foundation,
rous studies of Jewish the Lavanburg-Corner House and
Jewish Homes for the the Jewish Museum. He is recent
ewish Family and Chil- P8*1 chairman of the Task Force
Services, summer day on the New York City Crisis.
^member Soviet Jews at Seders
in the free world are urged to remember the Soviet Jews
eir Passover Seders.
bis have suggested an additional blessing during the lighting
piles and also the reading of the special prayer of hope for the
us when the matzah is divided.
|when the cup of wine for Elijah is set aside, the rabbis urge
i be lifted for Shcharansky, Nudel, Slepak. Begun, Lerner,
and thousands of other Soviet Jews who have been impris-
> are refuseniks, and who have not lost faith, that they, "and
i of nameless yet courageous Jews of the Soviet Union who
iclaim their part in our peoplehood," are welcome to "this
kyofPesach."
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sponsored by the Jewish Federation
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Sunday April 4 A meeting with Theodore Bikel
UPCOMING PROGRAMS OF THE
COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
SAVE THE DATE
U PALM BEACH COUNTY COMMUNITY
OBSERVANCE OF YOM HASHOA
- HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE
Tuesday evening,
April20, 1982 7:30 p.m.
Rosarian Academy,
807 North Flagler Drive.
West Palm Beach
Showing of documentary videotape
"Flight from Destiny," the story
of the ship 'St. Louis.'
Remarks of a M iami resident
who was aboard the ship.
Honoring of 4 people in our
community who had a role in
liberating concentration camps.
Candlelight ting ceremony
conducted by the Youth Council.
(Sponsored by Holocaust
Commemoration Committee)
2) GUEST SPEAKER: THOMAS A. DINE, &
DIRECTOR OF AMERICAN ISRAEL PUBLIC
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (AIPAC), the Israeli
lobby.
SUBJECT: THE PRICE OF PEACE
Sunday morning,
April 25, 1982 10 a.m.
Senter Hall, Temple Beth El,
2815 North Flagler Dr.,
West Palm Beach
Mr. Dine's appearance is
scheduled for the day Israel
i.s to return the remainder of
the Sinai to Egypt. He is an
expert on American foreign
policy and defense policy.
Washingtonian Magazine identifies
him as one of the 100 most
influential people in Washington.
(Sponsored by
the Israel-Mideast Task Force)
- BOTH OF THESE MEETINGS ARE FREE
AND THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
IS INVITED TO ATTEND -
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THIS IS THE MATZAH OF HOPE
On Passover, all Jews celebrate
freedom. Yet our brothers in the Soviet
Union must still observe this holy time
in secret. These are the Jews for whom
the exodus is not yet a reality.
The Matzah of Hope represents those
who are not with us tonight-Jews who
have been refused exit visas and who
suffer daily harassment... Prisoners
of Conscience who endure the hard-
ships of cruel imprisonment. Their
"crime": the desire to live as Jews,
among Jews, in a free land.
We pause for a moment during this
Seder to reaffirm our solidarity with
Soviet Jewry. We pledge ourselves to
continue to work for their freedom. We
vow that, once they are free, we will
help them rebuild their lives. We will not
rest until the task is complete, for until
all Jews are free, no Jew is free.
It's a tougrt place to live.
It's a tougher place to leave.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Some Thoughts on Passover
By JACK SALZ of B'nai B'rith
Florida State Chairman
for Adah Jewish Education
I share some thoughts regarding "Passover in
Perspective."
As Passover approaches. Jet us take a moment
to look beyond the meticulous and sometimes
frenzied preparations for Pesach and our concern
with ritual to fasten our (raze at the civilizations!
meaning, the profound human significance, and
the world impact of this our most popular and
favored Holiday of Freedom. Don't misunder-
stand. Ritual is a vital and integral component of
our faith and a necessary discipline, but only if it
leads to a wider understanding of our Judaism
and to a moral and ethical improvement of the in-
dividual Jew.
So. momentarily, let's leave the delicious
meichels of the holiday in the kitchen and move
out into the universe, and into world history, and
into the arena and aroma of sweet-smelling free-
dom, which is what Pesach is all about.
On account of the events of Passover, about
3.200 years ago. and for all time forward, forever,
mankind will never again be content to be in
chains, or in serfdom, or in slavery, or even
second class citizens, as we have in our lifetime
seen in many parts of the world. Freedom is the
name of the game of life, including the other fall-
outs of freedom: freedom from poverty, freedom
from fear, freedom from want, freedom of speech,
freedom of movement, etc. That's Pesach,
Festival of Freedom.
There were other slaves in Egypt, and there
were slaves in the neighboring countries of the
Jebusites, the Hittites, the Canaanites, the
Amelikites. the Moabites. and in the lands of the
Hammurabi but their gods and idols supported
slavery. Slavery was the accepted societal prac-
tice because in a pagan and idolatrous and poly-
theistic society there was no connection between
man's behavior and religion, no relationship be-
tween their gods and morality. These connections
were discovered by Abraham, 500 years prior to
Moses, and they have been indissoluble since.
Man, made in the image of God, is not meant to
be slave. In all of previous time, no one did any-
thing enlightening about slavery until the He-
brews and Moses.
The Exodus turned the world around by intro-
ducing the concept of freedom of the human being
all human beings.
Where did humanity's concept of freedom re-
ceive its most heroic introduction to civilization,
if not at Sinai At M t Sinai. Moses presented
the Commandments on which civilization is still
choking.
The most enduring message and meaning of
Pesach is contained in the First of the Ten Com-
mandments: "1 am the Lord Thy God Who
brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the
house of bondage." It was therefore as God the
Liberator, interested in freedom and dignity for
all mankind, that He preferred to introduce Him-
self to the Hebrews and to the world, and thereby
establish freedom and equality as the indispens-
able condition of man's existence. Freedom was
important enough to be set into the First of the
Ten Commandments.
With this concept our ancestors set the goal
and we have been striving toward it ever since.
This is how mankind's pursuit of freedom begins.
The thing that boggles the mind is that these
world-shaking ideals were conceived by our God-
inspired ancestors at an early time in history
when barbarism was a way of life. It was an enor-
mously radical and revolutionary departure from
the norm, a most remarkable conception! (With-
out which humanity might possibly still be in a
jungle society.)
The exodus of our forebears from Egyptian
slavery is mentioned more than 300 times in our
Hebrew Scripture.
So while we are enjoying the festive and sym-
bolic seders, and relishing the delicious meichels,
we will be missing the entire thrust of this great
Holiday if we do not keep in mind that the exodus
from Egypt is not only the central event in Jewish
history of the Jews, but also one of the greatest
events and epochs in the history of the world.
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The exodus of 600,000 marked the beginning of
a new era in which the years, and the months of
each year, were to be counted from the first
month of Israel's freedom. Nisan, the month in
which Pesach occurs, is the first month of the He-
brew calendar. Israel was therefore given a new
calendar, making the break with Egypt complete.
Isn't it interesting that that break with Egypt
was not bridged until our day. 3.200 years later!
From this account of Passover, mankind con-
vulsively learned that God is a God of Freedom.
And no people in all of history so zealously keeps
alive its slave beginnings as do we Jews.
And who in this world could have possibly
dreamed that a motley bunch of humble,
humiliated, emaciated and frightened slaves,
there was the seed of a King David, Solomon,
Isaiah, Judah Ha Levi, Maimonides, Rashi.
Akiba, Baal Shem Tov, Herzl. Einstein. Stephen
Wise, and the hundreds of other Jewish greats
who made such a profound impact on civilization,
including the amazing number of Nobel Prize
winners.
Out of a mass of slaves. Moses fashioned a na-
tion and established them in a monotheistic faith.
Passover marks the birth of a nation, historically
the profoundest meaning of Passover.
Passover leads to Mt. Sinai and Shavuot,
where the Ten Commandments linked for the first
time, and for all time, the indissoluble union ri
religion and morality.
Something cataclysmic took place 3,200 yen
ago, an event the vibrations of which are still
shaking the foundations of the earth. The
dramatic message of that momentous event i,-
pervasively significant for our world today as i
has been and freedom has become the main
topic on the world agenda. Whatever freedom
there is, has been preserved by religion, and do
religion more than by our Judaism
As one author put it, a group of runaway sliJI
met with God in the desert of long ago under tj
leadership of the God-intoxicated Moses, and
the world has never been the same. A Living
Force, beyond our comprehension, set Jewish L
tory into motion. By celebrating the Passover i
never allow ourselves to forget that the God j
worship is the Author of liberty who wants ma> j
kind to be free.
The principle of freedom, conceived by our* 1
cestors and perpetuated in our faith, is a moat
profound contribution containing the seeds of
democracy from which all other facets of
democracy are descended.
The Hand of the God of History moves in
mysterious ways.
You all have a frayliche Pesach, hear!
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9 NISAN 5742
Number 14
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BILL
MARKHAM
On the
Golan
With
Col. Schlomo
Intelligence
Officer of
Israeli
Defence
Forces
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"As We Join in a Prayer for Peace
Let Us Remember the History
of These Holy Days
and Those on the Golan i
That Maintain the Vigil"
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I, April 2
1982
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Letter to the Editor
Page5-A
)R: The Jewish Floridian:
ras with considerable in-
and concern that I read the
-n Chronicle Report date
lashington that appeared in
Vt issue of the Floridian
ted, "Blast at U.S. Didn't
\m U.S. Opinion Sees
las a Heavy." Regrettably
Iras no editorial commen-
Cy the Floridian, conse-
1 this readers rebuttal.
'Report' pictured Prime
>r Begin as an irresponsi-
.dcr and downgraded the
bf Israel to the likes of a
jrecipient.
j grossly unjust this con-
Ion of the tiny democracy
y under siege, fighting for
and the lives of its 3
million citizen.. A nation which
took a wasteland of sand, rock
and swamp and truly by blood
sweat, tears and guts produced
the miracle that is today th*
State of Israel. y e
And of equally grave concern,
the cowardly attack by innuendo
thereby fanning the flame of anti-
Semitism, creating adverse
Public Opinion and planting the
seeds of doubt and divisiveness
among the Jews. I don't believe
Arafat could have done a better
job.
I quote this 'below the belt' in-
sinuation. "American foreign
assistance (to Israel) exceeds
that of any other country, mas-
sive aid packages at a time of
severe domestic budget cutting,
necessitating reductions in schooi
Best Wishes For A Happy
Passover
Marjie, Shelly and Derek
Konigsberg
Happy Passover Greetings
Betty, Tom, David, Bruce
and Julie Ross
M&Ainp ,444 u\ Ftrfnafl
Jane, Larry, Janine and
Harrison Craig Katzen
Happy Passover
Dr. & Mrs. Jerome J. Rubin
& Family
The Berns teins
Barbara, Alan, Matthew and Genny
Happy Passover
Bob and Debbie Burger
and Family
Candice and Lee Fischer
Adam, Rachel, Jason and
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The Chronide stressed the bil-
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grants. It did not state that this
aid which went primarily to build
up Israels defense capabilities
very importantly serves U.S.
strategic interests and a deter-
rent to Russian expansionism
into the mid-East oil fields.
In addition a considerable
amount of this aid went towards
building and developing oil fields,
strategic airfields, military and
naval bases and highways in the
Sinai all of which are being
handed over to Egypt without re-
compense. Neither should we
overlook the vast cost in the Bil-
lions to Israel and anguish to its
citizens forced to relocate. All in
the hope for peace.
From the day of Statehood and
written into its Declaration of In-
dependence Israel has stated the
desire for peace and friendly co-
existence with the Arab neigh-
bors. Until 1967 Israel did not
hold an inch of the Sinai, West
Bank. Gaza Strip or Golan
Heights, Nevertheless was con-
stantly under attack, harassment
and terrorism. Hussein of Jordan
directly involved in the West
Bank and the Palestinian prob-
lem refuses to come to the peace
table.
Under these extraordinary
pressures especially the 'push'
that has developed into 'whove'
by the U.S., Prime Minister
Begin realized he has come to the
point of no return and that to
continue giving-in meant Israel
was no longer master of its fate.
He was resolute, forthright and
honoest in declaring his position
to President Reagan. He wants to
be free of any doubts in serving
his country and his people.
Golds Meir said it in the fol-
lowing advice to a group of vic-
torious soldiers "If what you
are fighting for and what your
friends, brothers and fathers died
for is only the three million Jews
in Israel, it is not worth it, it is
too great a sacrifice. If however
you are convinced that in fight-
ing for the future, for the security
of the State of Israel, you are as-
suring the life and future of the
'Jewish people' then everything
is worth it, no sacrifice is too
great.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Organizations In The News
n*y.Aj
BNAI BRITH
WOMEN
OUm Chapter of B'nai Brith
Women invites you to the Second
Annual Installation and Lunch-
eon of new officers for the year
1962-83. It wul be held on Friday.
Apr 2. at the New Seasons Res
taurant in the Challenger Club at
Poinciana Place at noon. Lunch
will be served and a fashion show
will be given bv List's Ltd of
Palm Bench Lakes Blvd.. West
Pahn Bench. Guests are welcome,
the cost for the afternoon will be
*" per person. We urge you all to
attend and enjoy.
OFFICERS-ELECT
President. Mimi Tanner: Ad-
VUatfaa Vice President.
Jeanette Levine: Membership
Vice President. Edythe Zucker
berg: Continuity Vice President.
Fritzi Columbus: Communica-
tions Vice President. Freda Fern:
Program Vice President. Gloria
Arfa. and Esther Harkavy: Fund
Raising Vice Presidents. Rhona
Weiner and Henrietta Rotten-
berg: Treasurer. Suzanne Shotz:
Financial Secretary. Jeanette
Moskowitx: Recording Secretary.
Ethel Lesnick: Corresponding
Secretary. Ethel Goldfarb:
Counselor. Anita Opper-Schwarz.
Past President.
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
The Apr. 6 program of The
Yiddish Cahare Group of Cen-
tary VTHage will present The
Century Vilage Symphony Or-
chestra under the very direction
of Dr. Bernard Weiss, at 10 ajn.
in the auditorium. A varied pro-
gram of JajafJaaJ music will be
offered. Instrumental soloist will
be Rod Eluns. master of the
oboe.
On Apr 13 Yiddish Culture
presents Hershel Gendel Mr.
Gendel is a Jewish humorist and
monologist Appearing with him
is his wife Manya an artist in her
own right. singing songs that wul
please all. Accompanying Manya
wul be our Mildred Birnbaam on
piano.
The Apr 20 program of Yid-
dish Culture will present Clare
Kay who comes from Deer&eJd
Beach and is an absolute delight
to hear. She has appeared for
Yiddish Culture many times and
her repertoire consists of English.
Yiddish and Hebrew songs. She
will be accompanied on piano by
Mildred Bimbaum.
The popular Jesse Fuchs will
talc to us and his subject will he
inside Israel
Harry Stalheimer will play the
guitar and double on the man-
dolin accompanied by Dorothy
Goldberg on the piano
On Tuesday. Apr 27 the yearly
commemoration by the Yiddish
Culture Group of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising will take place in
the auditorium.
Mildred Birnbaam wOl
.he program with a dirge.
Chana Safron will conduct the
candle lighting fnmiii with
the participation of concentration
camp survivors who reside in
Century Village and Louie Bialy
will speak about the Holocaust.
Sol Winig. singer, with his wife
Tillie at the piano will sing
Ghetto songs. Then our
Cantor .Albert Koslow wS
the appropriate prayers and
conclude the program by reciting
theKaddkh.
We urge all to attend and with
us, to remember this solemn
period in Jewish history,
we shall never forget and an
forgive.
BRAN DEIS UNIVERSITY
WOMEN
Taw Palaa Bench Wast
of Bin Mi Untesrswy Ni
Women's Committee
ing the following:
Friday. Apr. IS. 1 pm at First
Federal of Defray (at West Gate)
Richard Neery of the Actors Re-
pertory Theater wfll speak on the
theater and
S
Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel. Community Concerns. Soviet
Jewry. Energy. Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi .Alan R. Sherman s office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
l *-
entertainment.
open
y. Apr. 26. 1 p.m at
Temple Anshei Sholom the
final meeting of the season wOl
include the installation of officers
for the coming year. A musical
program will be presented by the
Brandeis Chorale under the di-
rection of Eda Fagon.
Ail members are urged to at-
tend with their friends.
AMERICAN MIZRACHI
WOMEN
Mhrachi Woaaen-
Chapter due to the
Passover holiday, have advanced
their regular meeting date to
Wednesday. Apr 21 to be held in
the Congregation .Anshei Sholem.
Pulda Hall, at 1 p.m. AH mem-
bers and guests invited!
Also. Tuesday. May 11 at 1
p.m calling all members and
friends to attend our regular
meeting in the Congregation
.Anshei Sholem. Pulda Hall .
Most important meeting!!'
Special Board Meeting to be
held in the American Savings
Bank Westgate. C.V Wednes-
day. May 12 at 1 p.m. All officers
and chairpersons requested to at-
tend! Urgent'"
Thursday. May 20 at 1 p.m
Special open meeting in the First
Federal of Delray. Westgate.
C V All members are urged to
attend.
.Again, thank you most kindly
for your valued cooperation.
Most Important Reminder!!! Our
gala week-end Friday. May 21 to
Monday. May 24 at the Tarleton
Hotel. Miami Beach Get your
reservations in now!!! Call 689-
4646 for information.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
The next Deborah Chapter of
Pahn Beach Coaaty meeting will
be held Tuesday. Apr. 13. at
noon Planned entertainment, re-
freshments served. Scheduled
events are:
May 1 Pirates of Penzance."
Roval Palm Dinner Theatre. Af-
ternoon Lunch. CaU Etta Fuchs.
May 25 Masseys Card Party
and Luncheon, something dif-
ferent 86.50. Call Pearl Kolbert.
HADASSAH
Due to the Passover, the Board
of Lake Worth Chapter Had-
tsah has changed their meeting
date to Monday. Apr. 5 at 9:45
am to be held in the Sunrise
Bank located in Gun Club Shop-
ping Center. West Palm Beach.
The agenda includes evalua-
tions of the 70th Anniversary
Sabbath Services and the Reward
Luncheon Election of officers for
the ensuing year will be held.
Shalom West Pahn Beach
Hadaaaah invites members and
friends to a Special Gifts recep-
tion for the benefit of Hadassah
Medical Organization, to be held
on Monday. Apr. 26. at the Hibel
Museum. 150 Royal Poinciana
Plaza. Palm Beach. Wine and
cheese wil be served on the Ter-
race from 3 to 5 p.m. Distin-
guished guest speaker wfll be
Mrs. Isadore Goldzimer. member
of the National Board of Hadas-
sah. currently chairperson of
National Hadassah Associates
Department. A musical program
will be provided by Helen Bern-
stein, pianist. Donation $100
minimum. For information and
reservations, contact Dorothy
Biderman. Stratford L 153. or
Myra Ohrenstine, Dorchester D
85.
Apr
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Donation ]
John, write,!
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Ladies, iui.50 *.
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and gratuities. $25
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Apr
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Royal Palm Dinner!
meeting at Anshei So
p.m. Boutique. Sp
Gould. "The Isradi
plans for installation of 4
June 18 to June 21-1
Day week->nd at Ta.
in Miami. Call BessieHd
Bertha A. Kaplan.
At the previous bond,
held Mar. 11 a pi*,
sented to Dorothy Segal
outstanding effort and 1
fund-raising.
Study group meetinp.
the last Thursday of ad,
at American Savings9J(J
PIONEER
WOMEN-NA\
GoldaMdrCU
Coming E vein
Anr. 17 Regular!
JM WISHES YOU
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BARTON CHOCOLATES...
SWEET PASSOVER TREATS
Celebrate the Passover holiday
with sweets for the sweet.
Chocolate with fruit, nut and
cream fillings. 1 lb.. S9
Nut clusters with creamy caramel,
8 oz. S5. Seder mints. 8 oz.. 5.50
Coconut macaroons. 12 oz. 3.75
Kosher for Passover
Candy. aW >m stores except
pompano. broward mall.
boca raton
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Friday. April 2,1982

he American Savings Bank at
Mteate 12:30 p.m. Dr. Robert
^ofrom will be our gueat
eaker.
Apr. 29 Boat ride. Call
elma Rind for reservations.
lav 13 Donor luncheon at the
fouse Phyllis Sutker, president
National Pioneer Women
ka'amat will be the guest
baker. Millie Shay will conduct
[group of 30 youngsters in HMS
Inafore.
I he Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page7-A
JuS~2 Burt Reynolds The-
atre Shenandoah." A few seats
are available. Call Bea Cohen.
June 9 Installation of offi-
cers at the Ramada Inn.
June 16 Open board meet-
ing. New officers presiding.
SOUTH FLORIDA
JEWISH CIVIL SERVICE
EMPLOYEES
South Florida Chapter of the
National Jewish Civil Service
bowsing in Books
By CYNTHIA OZICK
For whatever reason, most of
s feel the world is too much with
B-and each of us seeks his own
Lcape- whether it be into a fast-
Eld, if flawed realityor a more
kmfortable area of purest fan-
Lsy. Cynthia Ozick, who uses
jve English language as
lorowitz uses the piano, probes
}ie minds of an unrelated group
f these unsettled and unsettling
ople with sympathy, clarity
hd wit in her newest book,
evitation: Five Fictions."
I In the title story, "Levita-
Jin." we meet Feingold and his
Kfe both second-rate novelists.
[he is a convert to Judaism and
ke so many converts, feels an
finity even with those with
horn she cannot share a true
hbal memoryas the Holo-
ust. Since she cannot truly
pare in the glory of their marty-
pm she suddenly sees the room
i which she and her husband are
Iving a party and all the people
it-all Jews-levitating away
om her.
I In another story, "Putter-
lesser; Her Work History, Her
ncestry, Her Afterlife", a
loman lawyer creates an
aborate illusion to sustain her-
felf, an Eden where day after
fclestial day she eats fudge in
uman shape-and she reads.
I In the third story, "Shots," a
notographer carries with her an
Id brown snapshot she found
then she was eleven. Eventually
1 is only with the camera that
pe is able to keep herself from
coming a ghost she sees in the
vn photograph.
Egypt Eases
Way for
Tourists
By DAVID LANDAU
[JERUSALEM (JTA) -
f>e Egyptian authorities are re-
eving some of the obstacles in
way of Egyptian tourists in-
ested in visiting Israel. As a
suit, according to Moshe Cas-
pu>, head of the Israel Govern-
ed Tourist Office in Cairo, be-
peen 5,000 to 10,000 Egyptians
K come to Israel this year, a
Tijor increase though still far
8s than the number of Israelis
Iho have visited Egypt.
[Cassuto disclosed in weekend
fss interviews that the Egyp-
pn authorities are now issuing
pnd passports to Egyptian
Mens, obtainable within 2 to 4
p*s. The purpose is to avoid
F\'ng Israeli entry stamps in
h'L original passport which
ihl Freyent them to111 visiting
ner Arab countries. The Egyp-
Ms are also easing the maze of
fsnia,p!. which many InrnOia
IvKVu"88 ? bureaucraUc
PW deliberately intended to
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LCa^UJ,S Portion of in-
p sea Egyptian tourism to
mm ls expected to produce a
re favorable climate at high
lrli!0nna,,ization talks between
ded Kanrl.EgyPtUn t*uaB
Qi by Defense Minister Ariel
^uand Fow*8 Miniater
Dl Hassan Ali.
And finally in a superb novella,
"Puttermesser and Xanthippe,"
the woman lawyer, grown older,
goes beyond illusion to create an
actual golam. The golam, a girl,
which in itself is an all-time first,
achieves her mistresses dream
and then destroys itas golams
do.
This is more than a bedside
book, to be picked up and casual-
ly browsed through. Ozick dis-
plays a special sensitivity, which
was apparent in her well-received
first two books: "The Pagan
Rabbi" and "Bloodshed."
(Reviewed for Temple Israel
Library by Marjorie Dreier.)
Employees, Inc. monthly
meeting is Sunday, Apr. 4 at 2
p.m. at the Weight Watchers Au-
ditorium in the Gun Club Shop-
ping Center on Military Trail and
Gun Club Road, West Palm
Beach. Collation at 1 p.m. prior
to meeting. Guests welcomed.
Mr. David Baker of the Peoples
Federal Bank will be the guest
speaker at this meeting. There
will be gifts for all in attendance
as well as door prizes.
The May 2 meeting will feature
Dr. George S. Brookman, as
guest speaker, who will speak on
the Unconscionable Increases in
Medical Costs and the Decrease
in Benefits of Medicare and
Health Insurances.
The Chapter is sponsoring an
evening of Food, Fun, and Frolic
on Sunday, Apr. 18 at 6 p.m. at
the Musicana Supper Club. For
reservations contact Chairper-
son, Jeanette S. Levine all
members and friends welcome.
The 1982 World's Fair at
Knoxville, Tenn. in October 1982.
Space is limited so get your
reservations in early Open to all
members and friends.
For information on the meet-
ings, functions, and the Chapter,
please call Sid Levine of West
Palm Beach.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
F"day.Aprfl2 ia
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 Kama!
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.
Arabs Feel They Can Get
U.S. Arms, Oppose Israel
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Israeli Ambassador Moshe Arens
declared here that there is con-
cern in Israel about the growing
perception among the Arab
states that they can continue to
receive United States arms and
other aid while continuing a
"policy of belligerency to Israel."
Arens 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
this perception. He said the U.S.
Mideast policy has always been!
based on a strong Israel and a
U.S.-Israeli "partnership."
In response to Arens, Steven
lireenberg of metropolitan New
Jersey, co-chairman of the
conlerence sponsored by the UJA
louiu: l.i'adci-hi| Cabinet and
^(iuiik Women's Cabinet, said
the participants would go back
Knowing the necessity to con-
vince the American public that
support ol Israel is not only good
!<>r Israel and Jews, but also for
Americans.
Arens spoke at an Israel buffet
dinner at which Sens. Alan Cran-
ston (I)., (/all and Bob Pack-
wood (R.. Ore.I were honored for
leading the fight last year against
the sale of AWACS and other
arms to Saudi Arabia. Arens said
the two Senators were "heroes"
for their "unrelenting commit-
ment and support for Israel."
Cranston and Packwood were
gi\ en statuettes of the late Israeli
Premier (iolda Meir with the in-
-i ipi ion declaring that they were
"dedicated to the humanitarian
kWla of (iolda Meir and for con-
tinued support of the people of
Israel.
The young Jewish leaders at-
iended the lianquet after an af-
ternoon in which they visited
Capitol Hill and met with
Senators and Representatives.
The banquet, which included
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
dancing to Israeli music, was the
entertainment highlight of the
three-day conference.
The conference has been
packed with workshops and
lectures on every aspect of the
problems facing Jews in the U.S.,
Israel and elsewhere.
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,
hut 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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The Jewish Flnridian of Palm Beach County
Fri Werner Frydman
Peru Shuns Anti-Semitic Policies
Anti-Semitism in Peru
has never been official pol-
icy. Peruvian governments
have traditionally respect-
ed the Jewish minority and
have always been willing to
listen to community leaders
who denounced anti-Semi-
tic acts and attitudes.
Today, living in a democracy.,
Peru's Jewish minority (5,000
people) enjoys full rights and the
government maintains friendly
relations with its community
leaders.
Anti-Semites in Peru, however,
have adopted an anti-Zionist
position. Thus. anti-Semitism is
now rooted in Peru's extreme
leftist groups which have em-
braced numerous anti-Zionist
positions, while pro-Nazi groups
have freely expressed their anti-
Jewish accusations that went as
far as casting aspersions on the1
Jewish religion.
PERU HAS authorized the
setting up of a Palestine Libera-
tion Organization office. Its re-
presentative, Issam Besseiso,
works tenaciously with both left
and rightwing extremists in an
effort to disseminate anti- Israel
propaganda. They have an enor-
mous budget. i
Not long ago, a group of mem-
bers of parliament traveled to
Lebanon and had interviews with
PLO leader Yasir Ararat, who
moderated his views without
speaking about "extermination
of Israel" and without mention-
ing the Palestinian Charter.
Vigorous protests from the Jew-
ish community prevented other
"junkets" from taking place.
A TV program, "Testimony,"
conducted by a Peruvian journal-
ist who interviewed Arafat for
the first time, provoked a temp-
est which lasted for several
weeks. The Jewish community
put out an official statement
denying the accusations of "Jew-
ish intervention in freedom of the
press," and condemning the in-
creasing wave of anti-Semitism in
the country. A community lead-
er, Eduardo Bigio, appeared on
TV with a panel of journalists
and answered all of the accusa-
tions and published threats.
Besseiso, the PLO representa-
tive, has traveled throughout
Peru setting up committees in
support of the Palestinian cause.
He was received royally in Are-
quipa, whose mayor is a Com-
munist, while in the northern city
of Piura, his presence and activ-
ity caused the maydr to resign.
HIS VISIT to Ayacucho, one
of the centers of national terror-
ism, was criticized by the news-
paper Opinion Libre, which said
that the PLO in Peru "is carrying
out 'unholy' activities before the
eyes of our authorities." It added
that the PLO has expressed a de-
sire to support "liberation move-
ments" in Latin America.
Various PLO materials are dis-
tributed by Communist groups in
the universities; some of them
use bulletin boards to purvey
PLO propaganda and virulent at-
tacks on Zionism and Israel.
For more than a year now,
there has been a daily transmis-
sion oh Radio Santa Rosa of "The
Palestinian Voice," a program
which spews out anti-Semitic
poison, splashed with songs and
words of support for the "move-
ments of national liberation in
Latin America."
Besseiso attended the festivi-
ties in the town of lea connected
with the grape harvest. He was
welcomed by the mayor of the
city and asked to sign the "Book
of Illustrious Guests." The PLO
was also invited to participate in
the XVII Congress of the Fed-
eration of Peruvian Students,
which took place in June at the
Univererfy of San Marcos.
Also worth mentioning is the
invitation by the orthodox Com-
munist Party to the PLO repre-
sentative in Lima, who spoke to
union leaders and was introduced
by Gustavo Espinoza. secretary
of international relations of the
Communist Party.
THERE IS no doubt that the
presence of the PLO in Peru is a
Buildings
Dismantled
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Laborers employed by the Jewish
Agency, mostly Arabs, continue
to dismantle buildings and
equipment in farm settlements in
the Yamit region of northern
Sinai without incident. Soldiers
sent to protect the workers from
possible 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
civilians near the border.
decisive factor in strengthening
anti-Semitism. In addition, there
are Nazi publications which incite
racial hatred Temple (Temper
and Trinchera 88 (Trench 88), a;
well as Communist newspaper;
and ultra-leftist magazines which
promote terrorism and attacks
against Israel and Zionism. The
democratic parties, Accion Popu-
lar, Apra and Partido Popular
Cristiano, maintain support for
Israel and the Zionist movement.
The Catholic Church also has a
fraternal relationship with the
Jewish community.
The attendance this year for
the first time in the history of the
100-year-old Jewish community
in Peru of the President of the
Republic at Rosh Hashanah ser-
vices is significant. President Be-
launde Terry's words were full of
affection and revealed that the
present democratic regime will
not permit attacks on any per-
sons on religious or racial
grounds.
The Jewish community of
Peru, though small in numbers, is
well organized and is very con-
scious of its role in supporting Is-
rael and Zionism. It is on a con-
tinuous state of alert and united
against anti-Semitic attacks
whose inspiration, financing and
guidance come from outside the
country.
JTA Feature Syndicate
Wadler Reelected President
Of Temple Beth El
At its annual election meeting,
Temple Beth El, the oldest Con-
servative Congregation in Palm
Beach County, re-elected Samuel
Wadler (pictured above) to a
fourth term as president of the
Congregation. Re-elected as
Treasurer to serve with Wadler
was Arnold Lampert. Newly
elected officers are Dr. Emanuel
Newmark, Vice-President Ways
and Means; Leonard Hanser,
Vice-President Membership:
Doris Singer, Vice-President
Education; Charles Blitstein,
Financial Secretary; Dale
Konigsburg, Recording Secre-
tary.
Members
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KjIXJE^ TEA "flag Is imitirr
of
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Trustees who were re-elected
were Sy Heller, Robert D. Rapa-
port, Alan Shulman. Newly
elected members of the Board of
Trustees are Barry Berg, Jeanne
Glasser, Michael Hyman, Ann
Rachel, Milton Lang, Robert
Levy, Ilsa Mollen, Marvin Szat-
mary, Gary Zwickel.
The formal installation of the
Officers and Board members will
Samuel Wadler
take place at the Temple L
at 2815 No. Flagler Drive ,
Palm Beach, on Friday eva.
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Th
e Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
Unemployment Rate Seen Steady
u.,r.n viian _____. '
Pagell-A
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ According to the latest
figures released by the
Ministry of Social Better-
ment, there is no danger of
an increase in the un-
employment rate in the
foreseeable future.
The number of job seekers last
December reached 34.328. with
20.032 job offers. About 33 500
persons were looking for work
last month, with 18.800 openings
Some 14.296 were registered in
December as unemployed for a
period of six days or more.
A similar number of unem-
ployed in the same status is ex-
pected to be recorded for Jan-
uary. At certain times last year,
the unemployment rate was more
Democratic Nations Urged To
Form Own Parallel 'UN9 Body
By TA MAR LEVY
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
(mm 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 tbe^Jpneral
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
i" call Israel a nation that does
not love peace when we are going
i" give back the Sinai in April."
The resolution, adopted by a vote
"I H6-21, was backed almost
entirely by the Arab. Soivet-bloc
and Third World natkms.
Shamir said that analyzing the
situation at the UN it is apparent
that the democratic countries are
a minority, constituting only 30
ol the 155 member states.
Pherefore, 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-
j ment of Kuroj... He also stressed
Israels 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
now with these weapons?"
than 15,000.
ACCORDING to the Employ-
ment Service, the employment
agencies are still unable to fill job
openings for lack of suitable
workers.
Last December, some 5.523 job
offers remained unfilled. Last
month the number of unfilled job
offers was 3.876. Some of these
offers were referred to the em-
ployment agencies in the admin-
istered territories. Arab workers
from the territories were in great-
est demand during December for
seasonal work such as citrus
picking.
This caused an increase in the
number of Arabs from the terri-
tories working in Israel. There
are presently some 50,000 Arab
workers from the territories em-
ployed in Israel through the em-
ployment service. Another
25,000-30,000 are believed to be
employed in Israel outside of the
official channels.
Despite the general positive
employment scene, in some areas,
especially in development towns
as Upper Nazareth and Carmiel,
unemployment is growing at a
faster rate.
The F,ret American Bank of Palm Beach County recently made ad-
ditional purchases of Israel Bonds to bring their holdings in Israel
Bonds to $400,000. Shown congratulating Samuel Hausman (center),
the guest of honor at the Palm Beach Israel Bond National Dinner on
March 7 at the Breakers Hotel, are: Irving Horn, a member of the
Advisory Committee of 1st American Bank; and Mike Caughlin, Vice
Chairman of the Board at 1st American Bank. In making the announ-
cement Caughlin said, "We are delighted to increase our holdinss in
Israel Bonds to the $400,000 level, and we are also delighted to help
Israel continue on its path to economic independence."
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enabling us to provide tran-
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disadvantaged, as wal aa a
variety of recreation and
educational services.
r*rMy.April2,i9iB
Waaaan Tuesday. 1 p.m -
Sylvia Skolnik. Group Leader.
Next session Apr. 6.
Joint aaaaaaaa are held on the
Third Taeaday of the moath.
Speakers Chib Thursday, 10
a.m Morris Shuken, presi-
dent, invites all those interested
in public speaking to join this
group.
is available to
the transit disadvantaged in our
designated area. Call 689-7700 for
information.
Adah Community
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Psychology lor Everyday Liv-
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Marty Seyler.
Sound Mind-Sound Body
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Joan Fox.
Dancercixe in the Chain. Ae-
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p.m. Bea Bunze.
Lip Reading Wednesday. 4-
5:30 p.m. Darlene Kohuth.'
Clip and Save, (The An of Re-
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a.m Janina Kulzer.
Kaow Your Car Friday. 2-4
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licensed therapist. Ceil Golden at
Poinciana. Lake Worth, through
the courtesy of the Challenger
Country Club. Fee $8 for eight
lessons. Call 964-1455 for infor-
mation.
Artiat of the Month Lillian
Edelson. teacher, calligrapher
will be displaying 3-dimensional
art and decoupage during the
month of April. She has studied
for eight years and is presently
involved in various art media.
Lillian is the winner of many con-
tests at Century Village Club-
house Stop in at the CSSC.
Evoata
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Apr. 4. 8 pat., at the beautiful
new Hyatt Palm Beach. Installa-
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Board of Directors for the 1982-
83 year, with an evening of enter-
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desserts $10 per person. Paid
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Att: Claire Klein.
Paaaover Community Seder
Apr. 8 The Second Seder
Night; in conjunction with
Temple Judea. Led by Rabbi Joel
Levine. assisted by Cantor Rita
Shore, accompanied at the piano
by Mr. Ira Shore. Traditional
kosher dinner. Members S16:
non-members $20. For informa-
tion and reservations call Frances
Witt. 689-7700.
We wish to acknowledge with
thanks the gracious gift given to
us by the Dramatic Order.
Knights of Rhorassen. Kismet
No. 66. Pythian Organization, to
help us insure that the MITZ-
VOT OF PASSOVER is full-
Mathematicians Urged to Snub
Poland Unless Martial Law Lifted
unless martial law is lifted, those
arrested are freed, and the anti-
Semitic campaign is halted.
The IMU and AACM had
planned gatherings in Poland, es-
pecially the International
Congress of Mathematicians in
Warsaw and an international
symposium on computer sciences
in Gdansk, formerly Danzig, as a
sign of support for Solidarity.
NEW YORK (JTAi The
Center for Russian and East Eu-
ropean Jewry and the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry have
called upon the chairmen of the
International Mathematical
Union, located in Paris, and the
American Association for Com-
puter Machinery, based in New
York, not to hold their 1982 in-
ternational gatherings in Poland
filled. On Thursday. Apr. 1, at 11
am-. apodal presentation wffl
be made to Jean Rubin. Director
of the CSSC by Kismet Temple
No. 66. Everyone is invited to
attend.
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day. 11 a.m.-4 p jn.: The Annual
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again at the Jewish Community
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82 with the National Health
Screening Council, sponsored by
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Free health screening will be
available for all ages, as well as
learning centers provided by
community health professionals,
agencies and organizations. Call
Rose Lord for information, 689-
7700.
Israel Independence Day
May 2 Sunday Make your
plans to be at Camp Shalom to
celebrate with the entire Jewish
Community. SENIOR OLYM-
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Craath* Drama Apr. 19 ,
us in developing a new dnZ
nik will hold an organization^
Pree Tax Counseling if.
that time of the year again Tax
counseling for persons 60 ui
over, a special program that pro-
vides free tax aid and advice in
preparing your Federal 1981 Id-
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Ram. Volunteer Tax Counselor
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Friday, April 2,1962
UN Useless Mediator
The Jewish Floridian ofPcdm Beach County
Page 13-A
Object Is to Denigrate IsraelKirkpatrick
-(JTA)- ^ders at the seventh annual A ..... .. _, f**1/* *^**
. iL.Tto inference on Social rn, undermine its mDiLi direction was indeed workimr." inresenti
NEW YORK (JTA)
IpnP KirkDatrick the U S ConferenceL on Social Concerns "ndemne its political
{ I SSStSTSI?w2 g'fS" bythe ^^ Iael ^"'""cy." She claimedVhat "a
Ambassador to the United of America, Kirkpatrick said she 8econdary objective is to isolate
saw no UN role in Middle East
Nations, declared here that
the UN "has effectively
been eliminated as a useful
mediator in the Middle
East conflict" because its
"objective is to isolate and
denigrate Israel."
Addressing 300 government,
business and Jewish community
peace negotiations. "The time a
Ralph Bunche could work on be-
half of the United Nations for
peace between Israel and the
Arabs has long passed," she said.
ACCORDING TO the Ameri-
can envoy, the atmosphere in the
general Assembly indicates that
"The objective is to isolate and
denigrate Israel and ultimately to
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>: B'naiB'rith Women Olam -12:30 p.m.
| April 3
$ Temple Beth David Model Seder
$: April 4
I Women's American ORT North Palm Beach Mini Auction -6:30
$j p.m. Jewish Community Center Annual Meeting 6 o m
8 B'naiB'rith No. 3113-board- lOa.m
| April 5
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g Club board 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Sisterhood board 10
jK a.m.
| April 6
$ Congregation Beth Kodesh Sisterhood B'nai B'rith No. 3132 -
g 7:30 p.m. Jewish Community Center board 8 pm
| American Jewish Congress 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women -
|Chai board 8 p.m. Women's League of Israel noon
| Temple Beth El board 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Men's Club
g Dinner Meeting B'naiB'rith No. 3041 -board-3 p.m
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and undermine the United
States" and "a related objective
is to frighten away from associa-
tion with Israel any country
which might be disposed to be-
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Kirkpatrick drew an anahwv
between the lynching in m%
Georgia, of a Jew, Leo Frank fo?
a murder he did not commit" and
the resurgence of anti-Semitism
in the world" today. She com-
pared the neutral nations to
Alonzo Mann, the 83-year-old
eyewitness who knew another
man had committed the crime for
which Frank was murdered, but
kept silent.
Kirkpatrick declared: "Like
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THE ENVOY told the Agudat
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mon understandings and com-
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viction that what happens in the
UN matters to these common
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"The United Nations cannot
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supposed to be decided in the Se-
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survive a "flagrant disregard of
its charter and constitution." She
part of a full partnership between
government and communities."
At a special awards ceremony,
Rabbi Moshe Sherer, president of
the Agudath Israel of America,
also denounced the policies of the
Soviet Union toward Jews as "a
gross and persistent abuse of
human rights."
Another speaker, Dr. Seymour
Lachman, Dean and Professor of
History of Education at City
University, New York, said the
Reagan Administration's new
approaches to domestic, foreign
and defense policy were of deep
concern to the American Jewish
community and were making
them wonder whether the new
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RABBI Menachem Lubinsky,
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
"^y. Aprfl 2, law
Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?
By RABBI
Dr BRomti
(TV* Free Si
BoaSaai
find
. u> answer lor God
hiving to defend God's
of the Universe and the r
b it. "Why would a good God let
this happen?:"
It may be the terminal illness
of a loved one tD with cancer Or.
same rrimwer bike the Air Florida
plane which crashed at the 14th
St Bridge The question is an old
one "Why do good people
suffer?' Where is Gods
justice?*"
The crash of the Air Florida
plane at the 14th Street Bridge
struck home. For many of us. this
tragedy became personal. We
identified with the victims and
'families
Even more than ordmanrr.
of us are tormented by
disturbing question How could
God let it happen* Could not a
bvmg God come to the rescue of
the innocent who. through no
fault of their own. suffered
destruction?
Some of the victims had
boarded the plane for the purpose
of performing a umitzvah." We
have every reason to assume that
none incurred guik so horrendous
as to deserve such a ami4e end.
On the other hand, if the
was not a "penalty", how do
explain God's failure to
save the innocent victims*
Certainly many who succumb
to cancer have not incurred gall
so huiifdum to ihwii such a
sad death. And what of the
soffermg next of km??!!
Those of us who
answers to
caught up in this web.
Unfortunately good people
become the victims of the
malfunction or negligence of
others, producers of equipment.
crew~ operators. In the social
context in which we entrust
ourselves to one another's care,
took and services, we necessarily
take risks which are entirely man-
made- The wish that God might
come to the rescue in the last
tomeia and. so to speak, spread
out a safety net undeiwili. is
understandable, bat not rational
Not only would it resuk in the
surrender of human respon-
sibility and freedom, but it would
also entail the destruction of our
natural order.
For example, a plane that
takes off in freezing weather.
rawing the risk of ice formation
as a potential cause for disaster,
could be saved only by a miracle
is not only unthinkable but. if we
are trying to be rational, un-
necessary It is simply not ap-
propriate for us to place the
buiden of unpuniiaTiij upon
God for precautions we are.
ourselves well able to appry
An important ethical lesson
must be drawn from the uagedi
which we witwiid Oar bves are
very much interdependent and
involved. We cannot raise our
own safety, security and well-
being without improving the
intelligence, skill and sense of
uaponjialk.i of all memoes of
society Thus, we are challenged
to think in terms of one for all
and all for one. which is the core
principle of Jewish ethics. Our
individual welfare is bound up
with the welfare of all. We are. as
God meant to be. each his
brother's keeper.
father and sure of his reward,
when a faulty rung in the ladder
gives way and the boy falls and
dies
In recalling the incident. Rabbi
Jacob asks. "What kind of
reward is this for the devoted son
who honors his father and spares
the hie of the mother bird?
Rabbi Elaxar replies. The boy
cad not fall and die because he
carried out a double miuvah. His
death was due to a broken ladder.
Whenever you enter into a
situation where there is a risk of
injury, you must not rely on a
miracle to save you
The point is that not even the
noblest moral intention can save
us from the consequences when
we disregard the establishment
physical order. If you wish to
pei form a good deed which
requires you to climb up to a high
place, don't use a defective ladder
or dare lose bold of the support
you need-
There is a cause and ettect
relationship also for the Cancer
victim. After HONEST
PROBING, most will or should
admit that their OWN lifestyle
eg., oversmoking, etc. or
wherein they ignored the obvious
cautions and common-sense >
rraifribted to the malady and
problem. Cancer, and other bad
things, happen to Rabbis' homes
and Eves also! Of course, this
analysis does not dimish our love
, and sympathy for our people
One Afore Time
The Tahnud dtes the
case of a fatal accident which of-
fers a nearly perfect *Mtftci to
father spots a pigeon nest at the
top of a castle and says to ma
devoted son. "Climb op and
bring me down some pigeons '
ThesonpuDs a taO ladder to the
wall of the castle and now per-
form* n"
Or. a
Other than just being there
at the tawe of aaournmg ... What
can we say to confort and console
and vet be 'Jgrnrrj' and
Je-iahty authentic?!
I n the first place, he fulfils the
Honor your father and
mother so that your days on
earth may be
another Torah
which instructs us to
mother bard
ffedghngs from the
both emmamms.
now descends war, the
birds ia has hand to please has
The Jewish Community
Center's "One More Time" ware-
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Mr Harold E. Ochstem. located
at 3420 W 45th Street. Unit 3 in
West Palm Beach is now open.
latin >iit\ buyers of Beautiful
furniture, lamps, appliances, etc.
are iavked to call 471-1077 or
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Tax deductible donations of
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tefevsion sets, etc are cheerfully
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BENJAMIN S. HORNSTEIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Applications are now being accepted for the
next school year 1982-83
PRESCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 8
Accredited by the Florida Coancil of Independent Schools
Mordecai Levow
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Telephone 832-&42S 4
NEW CAMPUS: 5801 Parker Aveoua, West Palm Beach. Florida
A t*n9fic*ary agency of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Village
W Palm Beach Phone 689-4675 Sabbath services 9 am and s
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phone 499-7407 or
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 pm
Sar.-aays 3"d Ho"day 9a m
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Flaoler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-
8421 Rabbi Howard Shapiro Dr. Irving B. Cohen. Rabbi
Emeritus Dr. Richard G. Shugarman, President Stephen j Gold.
stein. Administrator '.Sabbath Services. Friday 8p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432 Phone 391-
8900 Rabbi Merle E Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath ser-
vices Friday 8 15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi
Singer Sabbath morning services 1O30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St Pauls Episcopal Church. 188 S. S win ton Ave. Delray*
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street. Delray Beach. 33444 Rabbi
Samuel Silver President. Bernard Etish Friday services at 8:15
Temple Beth Torah
at St Davids in the Pines Episcopal Retreat Forest Hrii Brvd and
Wswngton Trace, West Palm Beach. Mating address 1125 Jack Pine St..
West Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward Conn. Cantor Ntehoias Fenaket,
President Ronme Kramer (7932700V Sabbath service Fndey at 815cm
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel l Levine Cantor Rita Shore Barbara Cnane
President 1407 14th Lane. Lake Worth. Fl. 33463 Phone 965-
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m. Meeting at St.
Catherine s Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000 Washington
Rd. at Southern Blvd. ___ ____
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
a: Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Road n mile
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue. P.O. Box 3. Boca
Raton 33432 Phone 368-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. W Palm Beach. Fl. 33411 Rabbi Joseph
Speiser Phone 689-9430 President. Samuel EisenfeW
Temole Beth El
2815 North Fiagier Drive. West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 8330339
Rabbi Howard J Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro
Shabbath Evening Service at 8 15 p.m. in
The Sanctuary Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Dairy Minyan at 8:15
am, Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9 00a m
Congregation Anshei Sholom
j>34* Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684-3212 .Office
hours 9 am. to 1 pm. Rabbi Harry \l Schettssan Cantor Mordecai
HpektSt Service* daily 8:30 a.m. ins 6:30 p.sx Friday. 8:30 a.m.. 5
pm. latessrvicss8:15pm. followed bvone*Sfcabbat Saturday.8:30
am.. 6 pm. Mincha followed by Sholosfc Smdna.
Congregation Beth Kodeeh of Boynton Beach
at Congregational Church. 115. N. Federal Hwy.. Boynton Beach'
?mone 737-4622 t Rabbi Avrom L. Drazm Sabbath services. Friday
815 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Tempie Beth Shotom
315 N A Street, Lake Worth 33460 Phone 585-5020 Rabbi
Emanuei Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Ehnan Services Mondays and
Thursday at 8:15 a.m.. Friday at 8:15 p.m Saturday at 9 am
_ Temple Beth David
tWestnumster Presbyterian Church. 10410 N. Miktarv TraiL Palm
*<" Gardens. Office at 321 Northkke BrwL. North Pl"
r!^ P^84*-1134 ,Ubb' w Harder. Cantor Earl J.
Backoff Sabbath serves. Friday at 8 p-au. Saurday 10 a.m
*** TempJe Beth Shotom
c*N 7 **n"e G Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:30 p.m
Temple B'nai Jacob
at Faith United Presbvtenan Church. 175 Akaneida Drive. Pahn
Springs 33461 Temple B nai Jacob. Preaideac Jacob Frant Phone
964-0034 Sabbath services. Fndav at 8 am Saturdav at 9 am Mor>
days and Thursdays at 9 am
i4oi N*i. B'n"1 TorahCongregation
W H.w. 4m Avenue Boca Raton 33432 Phone- 932-8566 RaNx
Nat anZwuer. Sabbath servK^ Friday ft 15p.m. Saturday 93C *".
Temple Emeth of the Delray Hebrew Congregation
Vest Atlantic Avenue. De.ray Beach 33446 Phone 496-3536
Be'rvard Stiver Cantor Bern am m Adter Sabbath services.
' '^* at 8 d m Saturday at 9 a.m. Dairy Minyena at 8-45 am. and 5
m r* n_T#mP,e Emanu-B
^T^V County Road Pa m Beach 33480 Phone 832.-804.
sZZT. rTLr*42"1 Can'o* David Derdashti Sabbat- serves*.
at 8.x pm Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zion
L^Ctub TOO Cemelia Dr. Rovai Palm Beech FfMay r-ght 8 p.m. *
Saturday 9 am President. Bnan Schwartz ?34537SCantor AWrt
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^v. April 2,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach C
Synagogue News
ounty
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
temple Beth David of Nor-
lm alm Beach County an-
frees its upcoming schedule of
tsover services. On Apr. 8 and
L Q the first two days of
ksover, there will be Yom Toy
vices beginning at 10 a.m. Fn-
r evenings' service on Apr. 9 at
[ m is Sabbath Chol-ha-mo ed,
trmediate Sabbath, which will
phasize the tradition associ-
with the Yom Tov. Rabbi
Jliam Marder. the Spiritual
tder of the congregation will
U assisted by Cantor Earl
fckoff. On SatiirHnv Apr. 10,
intermediate Sabbath, ser-
s will be at 10 a.m. The con-
ling two days of Passover will
I Apr. 14 and Apr. 15 with
Vices at 10 a.m. On the final
i the Yizkor (memorial) service
| be recited.
^emple Beth David currently
ds services at the Westmin-
Presbyterian Church. Mili-
Trail and Burns Rd., Palm
ten Gardens. All are welcome
[participate in the Passover
pices.
I TEMPLE BETH DAVID
MEN'S CLUB
temple Beth David Men's
lb proudly announces its Sec-
Annual Las Vegas Extra-
m/.;i. to be held at the Colon-
s Beach Hotel on Singer Is-
Saturday. Apr. 24 at 7:30
An $8.50 donation entitles!
each person to two drinks of your
choice and playing script for an
evening of fun leading to great
prizes and a free bonus prize
drawing.
Call the Temple Beth David
office to order your tickets.
Tickets are limited, so place your
order today.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel will hold its tra-
ditional Passover Seder on Apr. 8
at 6 p.m. at Schwartzberg Hall.
Rabbi Howard Shapiro will con-
duct the Seder. Charge to mem-
bers is $25 per person, non-mem-
bers $30. For further information
call Edith Grant or Temple Of-
fice.
Sisterhood of Temple Israel
will hold its regular monthly
meeting Monday, Apr. 19 at Sch-
wartzberg Hall at noon. Mrs. Bea
Fichman, Administrator of
Temple Israel will speak to us on
Volunteer Braille Services.
Luncheon will be served. Come
and join us.
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day evening, Apr. 13 at 8 p.m. in
the social hall of St. Catherine's
Greek Orthodox Church, at the
corner of Southern Blvd. and
Flagler Drive. Rabbi Joel L. Le-
vine and Cantor Rita Shore will
officiate. The sermon topic is
"Oppressed Jews: Why There
Has Been No Progress." The
public is invited to attend.
Sabbath Services for Friday,
Apr. 16 will be held in the social
hall building of St. Edward's
Catholic Church, 142 North
County Road in Palm Beach. At
the 8 p.m. Service, the guest
speaker will be Rabbi Dennis
Wald. Rabbi Wald is Hillel
Director, Jewish Student Center,
Florida International University
in Miami. Cantor Rita Shore will
chant the liturgy. Rabbi Levine
will be attending the Institute of
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Filling in Background
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach CoUnty
Page l-B
W. Bank Mayor, Council
Removed, Begin Signed Order
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
[The elected mayor and
nicipal council of El
eh, north of Jerusalem,
re removed from office
grounds that they re-
ed to cooperate with the
.aeli civilian regime set
[on the West Bank late
I year by Defense Minis-
|Ariel Sharon.
he order ousting the local of-
js was signed by Menachem
on who heads the civilian
jemment. According to Israel
lio it was the first time Israel
[disbanded a municipal coun-
bn the West Bank since it oc-
I that territory in 1967.
OUSTER was followed
violent demonstration in El
h. Rocks were hurled at a bus
ring Israeli troops, shatter-
the windshield. Several dem-
rators were arrested. Al-
the El Bireh council was
kced by one headed by an I s-
I officer from the civilian ad-
tration. the deposed Mayor
him Tawil declared that he
till the legal mayor and that
townspeople continue to
td him and the council as
[duly elected leaders.
Nablus. the largest city on
Vest Bank, Mayor Bassam
i Soviet Edition
|Life of Mikhoels
EL AVIV Natalia and
Mikhoels, daughters of the
Shlomo Mikhoels, the
bus Russian Yiddish actor
dered on the direct orders of
In nearly 30 years ago, have
Ived a copy of a new edition
Russian book on their father.
he first edition of "Mikhoels"
published in 1965. No reason
I been given for the sudden
peatmn of a new edition, with'
1 photographs toaccompanv
eries of articles on Mikhoels'
|nd artistic career as director
leading actor of the Moscow
n Theater.
P Russian immigrants to Is-.
Relieved it is an attempt on
of the Soviet authorities
ove to Western critics that
wet Union is not anti-Jew-
iiknoels' (laughters said the
I \the off'cial Russian book
nand-written a cordial dedi-
"> and greetings to them.
*s Threaten Boycott
fabbath Flight Ban
fUSALEM Agudat Is-
Council of Sages has or-
'ts four-man Knesset
pn to press the government
Jorce a Sabbath ban on El Al
|w> act more vigorously to
f8 Passage of the controver.
I Who is a Jew" amendment
tLaw of Return by the
fc ?age8 have w*ed that
F ,srael s international air
T c.eaf8 flights on the Sab-
I and Jewish holidays before
Rrt of the Passover season
month ,t will call on aU
Ki'f,,dL.a?d,,bwdtoboy.
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boycott would coincide
L^Pf*11?'Jewish touriat
P to Israel. Economic ob-
Gda?rVe th? finnucially
E,rlme could be siou8ly
P Passengers are Orthodox
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
the interests of the citizens of El
Bireh 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.
Israel's troubles on the West
Bank were compounded by
a series of defections by local
Arabs from the Village Leagues
after the Jordanian government
warned that they would be tried
in absentia for collaborating with
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
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.
He warned that Israel "might
be forced to take action" if such
attacks continued. He disclosed
that shellfire had been directed at
an Israeli naval vessel on patrol
off southern Lebanon, but it was
not hit.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fridy.Aprfl2
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.
OFFICIAL U.S. policy has
never supported the creation of
an independent Palestinian
State, which is why veteran
observers in Washington have
expressed surprise at the decision
to circulate the proposals, ad-
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 editiorial 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."
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 Fall
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.
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 eventoefty't
build atomic weapons.
The report was released to the
press by Georges Amsel, a senior
research fellow of.the National
Scientific Research Center ml
Paris. It was signed by four other
prominent scientists, including
another expert on nuclear phy-
sics. The five conducted their re-
search reactor for Iraq in view pf.
recent French official declare
tions indicating that Paris, is
about to replace the Tamuz re- -
actor destroyed by Israeli planes
in June. 1981.
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
the Palestinians value above all
else."
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 treaty 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.
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Th
i/Vith New York Co.
e Jewish Floridian ofPalm Beach County
Page3-B
because they are
Syria Tried to Bar U.S.
Jews from Contract Work
NEW YORK The
nerican Jewish Congress
g assailed a demand by
b Syrian Ministry of De-
Lse that "suspected per-
ls, particularly Jews
[)," be barred from par-
lipating in a proposed
fctract with the Sybron
Irporation of Rochester,
kiting similar discrimination
fed by the Syrian government
Lroposed contracts with com-
jies in New Jersey and Illinois,
fry Siegman, executive direc-
fof the American Jewish Con-
\s, wrote to Syrian Ambas-
or Rafic Jouejati in Washing-
IHE OUTRAGEOUS de-
nd by your Defense Ministry
It American companies
riminate against American
jens on the grounds of religion
troys the claim that Arab
tcott activities are directed
linst Israel and Zionists and
I against Jews as such.
fit also destroys the absurd
Mention that Arabs cannot be
anti-Semitic
Semitic.
"And it explains the persecu-
tion by your government of the
pitiful handful of Syrian Jews
still barred from leaving your
country."
Siegman said he was "deeply
gratified" that the discrimina-
tory request has been "properly
rejected" by the Sybron Corpora-
tion, a manufacturer of medical
supplies and equipment. Similar
anti-Jewish discrimination de-
manded by the Syrian govern-
ment as a condition of proposed
contracts was rejected by the
Buck Engineering Co. of Far-
mingdale, N.J. and the Central
Scientific Co. of Chicago.
THE DEMAND by the Syrian
Ministry of Defense to Sybron,
dated March 5, 1981, was dis-
covered by the American Jewish
Congress during the course of its
program of monitoring reports to
the Department of Commerce of
boycott-related requests received
by American companies. Re-
quests to participate in a boycott
must be reported to the Com-
merce Department under the Ex-
port Administration Act. Access
to the report is made possible by
the Freedom of Information Act.
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From the directors,
officers and staff
of
Flagler
National
Bank
Telephone
659-2265
Thomas E. Rossin
President
Member F D.I.C.
The proposed contract received
by Sybron includes the following
paragraph: Contract shall be
deemed canceled, regardless of
the state of affairs before the ap-
proval of the contract or after ad-
vising the contractor of the ap-
proval of the contract, if the ad-
ministration 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 j
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
"Is it too much to hope that
your government might see in the
American experience of tolerance
and nondiscrimination an exam-
ple worth emulating?"
Exchange
Program
Opposed
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
MONTREAL (JTA) -
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 unequivoc-
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
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known policy of denying entry
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The Jeuish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frid"y.Aprfl2,
Leo Mindlin
A Dubliner's Jewish Obsession
I AM indebted to Wabam K
Robertson, book editor of the
Miami Herald, for reminding us
all that this a tbe centenarr of
the birth of Jame* Joyce, "the
Irish novelist My own incbha-
tiou is to be teas sensitive to
Joyces birthday than to June 16.
1904. the date on which the
mythic voyages in Dublin took
P*ace of Stephen Dedalos. Leop-
old Bloom. Blazes Bovkn. Bock
Mulligan and that whole cast of
smitten characters in the Joyce
masterpiece. "Ulysses."
It is not that I am unique to
this incimauon The whole world
celebrates June 16. 1904. better
known as Bloom s Day. I recall
emergktg from the campus of the
L nrversky of Bonn several rears
ago to arrive at a bookstore
across the street called Bourier's.
whose windows kt honor of
Blooms Day were filled with
German-language translations of
Joyce's novels, as wefi as
scholarly dissertations on the
nature and meaning of Joyce's
Freudened." both young and full
of joy
fast, and lor
i that the Jongian racial
unconscious opens the way to
mythic experience, or history
filtered through the perceptions,
conscious and unconsooos. of the
mflleojal generations It is this
development in the modern novel
which is Joyces dominant con-
tribution to contemporary
literature, a fan patened as
earty as in 1923 by the poet. T. S.
Ebot. m his eaaar. Urvsses,
Order and Myth"
WHAT THE proiessors and
tbe poets. EDman inducted, have
failed to focus upon is Joyce's ob-
session with Jews. The most
potent example of this is Leopold
Bloom, himself, the hero of
LTysses" : it is nor Stephen
Dedans, who is tbe hero, the in-
carnation of James Joyce, who is
introduced to os in "Portrait of
the Artist as a Young Man." and
who in LTysses" has briefhr re-
turned to Dobbn from Paris to be
at his
PERFORMING, right out
there on the sidewalk, with Bou-
vier's windows as backdrop, was
a crew of acton reading passages
from "Urraaaa." The same read
sags were occurring simultane-
ously on the streets of cities
throughout the western world It
is. by now. an old custom. The
obsession with "Bloom's Day" is.
as I say. universal. For Robert
his Sunday corumn took the
i of an interview with the cbs-
tinguished Joyce scholar.
Richard Firman, who lectured
several weeks ago at a Florida
V.iaatr University Conference
on the Fantastic in the Arts
From Joyce to the fantastic is
one easy bop because Joyce was
single-handedly responsible for
changing the characteristics of
the traditional novel m the 20th
For the standard quab-
> of plot, character, setting and
, he substituted the interior
of the
am of the
unknown French
Dajanfcn And
of the traditional
style of the novel
Joyce gave os the
perception of the
experience by which afl
occur at once, indeed, puciadi as
they do in real InV
What Joyce simper did
to magnify the
and external, each given equal
eomjdeiauon. could be i
by the reada at the
and as from the pome of <
they are opposite sides of the
Joyce perceives Bloom as the
eternal, wandering Jew. the
victim not just of what he calls a
priest-ridden" Ireland, but of an
of Christendom, which Joyce
hunserf rejected in the same way
that Kafka rejected his Judaism.
asa young man
On one level. Bloom wanders
through Dobbn on June 16.1904
ai the same way that the LTysses
of Homer wandered in the
'Odyssey" from Troy back to
Ithaca. But it is an improbable
parallel, as all the Homeric paral-
lels in the novel are improbable,
evenahsurd.
BUT IN FACT Bloom is not
young and handsome the way
LTysses was. He is not envied bv
others His wife. Molly, is not
Penelope, though she is cast in
that role, if for no other reason
than that she is constanthr un-
faithful to mm As a Jew Boom
not admired, but rather reviled
by his feRow-Dubkners
He escapes a fateful nnrfUr
with diners in a restaurant when,
responding to an anti-Semitic
attack, he proudly iiaiknl
them of aQ the ia^wiiiii Jews
throughout history. iarJadiug
Jesus as Christos. the Messiah,
the Christian god Only by the
good graces of Eh'jah' the
Prophet, who rescues him in the
of time on a chanx
descended from heaven, and
raising them both back to whence
Eliiah came "like a shot off a
shovel." does he escape the wrath
of the mob.
Bloom wanders through his
Bloomusalem. an obvious pun on
Jerusalem, isolated and held i
contempt despite the fact that it
ts he who ts far more pumaoe,
more sensitive, more intelligent
than any of his enemies Joyce as
Stephen Dedalos. responding to
one vicious anti-Semke, the
schoolmaster. Mr Deasy. thinks
of the Jews of history when Mr
Deasy says of them that the Jews
"sinned against the light'' and
that England is in the hands of
the jews isici. In aO the highest
places: her finance, her press
And they are the signs of a
nation's decay. .
SAYS DEDALL'S in defense:
On the steps of the Paris Stock
Exchange the gold-skinned men
quoting prices on their gemmed
fingers Gabbles of geese. They
swarmed loud, uncouth about the
temple, their beads thkxcplotting
under maladroit silk hats. Not
theirs these clothes, this speech,
these gestures. Their full slow
eyes belied the words, the ges-
tures eager and unoffending, but
knew the rancours massed about
them and knew their zeal was
vain Vain patience to heap and
board Time surely would scatter
all A hoard heaped by tbe road-
side: plundered and passing on.
Their eyes knew the years of
wandering and. patient, knew the
dishonors of their flesh "
The Jew. in Joyce's eyes, is a
victim of Christian bigotry
preosehr as Bloom is a victim of
the "priest-ridden" Dubliners.
Wandering tnrougn tne city, he
observes the earnest Jewish Na-
tional Fund-type placards in
shopwindows appearing for dona-
tions to buy land in Palestine for
the establishment of "Gan
Netaim."
Essentially an assimilated
Jew. he understands little of the
Zionist dream, but it helps him in
the agony of his isolation
Limned in these terms, be
becomes a symbol for all of 20th
Century seculanxed lassimiiatedt
mankind isolated from the re-
vealed word of God. cnerwhelmed
T>*wd by the new word of his
scientific knowledge
AMONG OTHEI things
it is the miihwiiai an nar-
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aaade Joyce so
to most readers
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JOYCE'S OBSESSION with
Jews extends to Bella Cohen, the
arothel keeper in Cnce, an
episode in "Ulysses." the Jewish
madame on Mecklenburg Street,
whose professional staff includes
the prostitute. Florry Talbot.
fashioned after the real Dubliner
he once knew. Fleury Crawford.
All three evoke the Jewish pros-
titute in "Portrait of the Artist"
whom Stephen Dedahis visits for
his initiating sexual experience in
"Portrait." The implication is
dear: if one must visit a prosti-
tute, it is best to visk a Jewish
.prostitute, who would be en-
dowed with all the sensitivities to
which young Stephen himself,
the emerging artist, is heir.
In the "Dubliners," a collec-
tion of short stories originally
intended by Joyce to end with a
story about the Dublin Jew, Leo-
pold" Bloom, which got out of
Ca*or era* avow?
hand and became
there is a vignette of LiuW
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remmucent of some m.,
sensitive Jewess; it WasL
qualities in her that seduced u
into marriage in the first place.
I n a story he never intendd I
publication, but whichitf
Nora Barnacle, somehow!
in the same way that she ran
'Stephen Hero." the r/rfeJ
the "Portrait." from the fin
into which be threw it, m
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I Europe in order to earn a
ng. Amalia Popper was the
Ighter of a Jewish business-
i whose first name was Leo-
do. One need not be prodded
[persistently to recall Leopold
om in memoriam to him.
fcLLMAN WRITES of
Llia: "He (Joyce) envisions,
fas a Jewess come out of the
East to hold his Eastern
J in thrall." She is "rounded
ripened: rounded by the
e of intermarriage and
fcned in the forcing-house of
seclusion of her race." In
Amalia is the prototype of
Ue Chandler's wife, of the
btitutes in "Portrait" and
ysses." They are isolated by
the
The Jewish Floridian o(Palrn &each Countv
Page 5-B
of a Christian
world, like Bloom himself, but
contempt
Bk
sensitive, sensuous and superior.*
For the Jews, there is mainly in
Joyce's mind a correlation with
suicide a wonderment that a
racial Armaggedon, despite
Christianity'8 most virulent ef-
forts to exterminate them, never
did occur. Bloom's father, Vierag,
the Hungarian Jew, committed
suicide, which prompts him to
think obsessively throughout the
day of June 16, 1904 of his own
son, Rudi, who died at age 11
days. Bloom swims through the
simultaneous experience of his
internal consciousness noting
that 'I last of my race."
(ubarak's Visit to Israel
'Will be On'Says Ati
By DAVID LANDAU
Jerusalem (Jta)
[Israel and Egypt appear
1 have found a way to
Dive a boundary dispute
may be working for a
npromise arrangement
fcr President Hosni Mub-
c's projected visit to Is-
|l. The visit "will be on,"
yptian Foreign Minister
rial Hassan Ali told re-
ters after a two-hour
eting with Premier
knachem Begin which he
kcribed as "friendly and
dial."
lassan Ali brought Begin a
psage from Mubarak which,
brding to Israeli sources, ex-
psed a desire to go ahead with
J visit. Begin was quoted as
tng the Egyptian President's
V "very friendly." Mubarak
\ to have come to Israel this
Bth bur refused to include Je-
Wem on his itinerary because
repercussions in the Arab
Id. The Israeli government
taken the position that he
It visit Jerusalem or not come
JASSAN ALI said that Mub-
referred to the visit in his
age to Begin and that its
ng and itinerary would be
cussed and decided later."
did not say how the Jerusa-
dispute might be resolved
indicated that the visit
Nbly would not take place
pe Apr. 25 when Israel com-
FoVu wllhdrawaJ from Sinai.
K5th of April is "not a target
lor anything," Hassan Ali
>n reply to a reporter's
?tion.
he Egyptian Foreign Minis-
gndDeputy Premier was here
inign-level talks with Israeli
|.s ,on normalization of
fns between the two coun-
,and to try to settle out-
oing problems related to the
parawal from Sinai.
* issue is the old intema-
bpundary line between
and Israel which is in dis-
several points along its
e length. Defense Minister
Aharon said that the differ-
over the border in the Taba
g near Eilat "will be
Fa-He spoke after Hassan
Pjhis party met with Begin
OP Israeli policy-makers.
laavellSureported,aterthat
Ihediffdbeenfondtorecon-
Cd f ^' and would
jsued before Hassan Ali re-
* to Lgypt.
ff BORDER dispute at
'^ves some 600 yards of
JJ- U is important because
; a>t is solved will deter-
fjhether a resort hotel com-
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fl'an side of the line
|mtiniit0ldurep0rter-ft'
Pstill "erence8of Points of
*"<* would be the subject
of further discussion. He and
Sharon chaired a meeting of the
Israel-Egypt, Joint High Com-
mission on normalization.
JLSSffE* Joyce" ^tended
to remind the reader that he him-
self is Jacques Casanova, the
great lover, Joyce immortalizes
his wife by giving Amalia Popper
the name Nora, a rather dubious
medal to Nora Barnacle Joyce for
his own adultery.
The climax of Joyce's obses-
sion with Jews occurs in "Gia-
como Joyce" when he accompa-
nies Pimply Meissel to the
Jewish cemetery to visit the
grave of Meissel's wife who died
by suicide. Here, he is reminded
of Amalia, and he thinks: "The
tomb of her people and hers:
black stone, silence without
hope: and all is ready. Do not
die!"
IT IS AN outcry as agonized
as is Joyce's defense of the Jews
against the Christian anti-
Semitism of Mr. Deasy in the
"Nestor" episode of "Ulysses."
The professors and the critics
still have much left to say about
the Jewish obsession of James
Joyce, the greatest of the 20th
Century's novelists.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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
community will support his
actions.
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scheduled to withdraw from
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"Movement to Stop American
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Report Iran Buying
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PARIS The French paper
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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
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday.Aprfl2
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Com. Director Lauds Billy Graham as Friend of Jews
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 Natbns, 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-
ference."
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-
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Announcement of the award
was made by the Rt. Reverend
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the Episcopal Church in the
USA. Also taking part, in addi-
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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-1960's,
I can testify that the growth in
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
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Mo 4
Ashkelon 51
Batlam 3
BeerSheva 57
Dlmona
Hadera
Haifa
HoJon
Jerusalem
57
63
4
3
2
Nazareth
Nerania
Rehovot
TelAvtv
Tiberias
65
53
54
3
67
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