The Jewish Floridian of South County

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Boca Raton, Fla
F.K. Shochet.
Creation Date:
November 14, 1980
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
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The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.

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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Beach and Highland Beach
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, November 14, 1980
Price 35 Cents
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pon Men's Division 1981 campaign was officially inaugurated with the Workers
ifast this past week. Within one week the 1981 campaign has reached $114,000.
ition president, James Boer, and Men's Campaign Co-chairmen Syd Altman and
reviewed for the workers the history of South County campaigning. Starting
\ears ago with less than 100 contributors, last year's campaign reached over 5,000
totaling $910,000. In 1981, they stressed, it is up to us.
irist Boost
Growth in PLO Respectability
Irma and Sol Fier
Appointed Chairpersons
Of Leadership Today
18 West Euro-
ktries are pro-
Palestine Lib-
tanization with a
cloak for ter-
|rities, according
W made public
(the Anti-Defa-
igue of B'nai
fey cited the fol-
olitical recognition
Austria and Malta;
nent of infor-
^ison offices, consti-
[fo recognition in
I countries Bel-
ls, France, West
ly, Spain, Sweden;
fit inn for the estab-
information and
[> three countries
*e, Portugal.
ADL's associate national director
and head of its International
Affairs Division, reported on the
survey's findings at the agency's
National Executive Committee
meeting here.
He noted that in the remaining
six countries where no offices
have been established, PLO
interests are handled by infor-
mation offices in neighboring
countries, by-^he Arab League,
by Arab diplomats, or by local
pressure groups, including
student associations.
He said that the PLO strives to
set up information and liaison
offices even though the offices
have no standing in international
law because it regards them as
"the antechambers of diplomatic
recognition with all its con-
comitant advantages."
Foxman stressed, however,
that diplomatic recognition is the
foremost objective because the
PLO believes its achievement
>nist Leader's Attack
on Rothschild
s 'Shock and Pain'
ISALEM (ZINS) Jewish Agency
(Arye Dulzin last week expressed "shock and
Btatement attributed to outgoing World Zionist
>n Director for Europe, Avi Primor. In an
appearing in Paris, Primor was quoted as
rt "sooner or later, history will throw out Guy
bhild." chairman of French Jewry's Fonda
d the United Jewish Appeal.
10R ALSO made an analogy between
and the late Shah of Iran, saying the monarch
[to exile Khomeini, but "look what happened to
[ring his tour of duty in Paris, Primor publicly
with the Rothschild family in his attempts to
lore militant "Jewish lobby" in France. At one
was reported, Rothschild sent his son David to
press for Primor's removal.
onth ago, Primor announced plans to leave his
ft, but he denied that it was as a result of
[by the Rothschilds. Dulzin defended the family
i barons in his press release.
helps make a distinction between
political efforts and terrorism.
"Authorized PLO offices," he
said, "signal the willingness of
host countries to confer at least
the equivalent of diplomatic
status and enable the PLO
representatives, all of whom hold
diplomatic passports from Arab
countries, to present an image of
THE SURVEY found that the
advances made throughout
Europe by the PLO has had an
effect on the deliberations of the
Council of Europe and the
Summit of the European Eco-
nomic Community both of
which are now attempting "to
supplant the Camp David ac-
The Council's Middle East
resolution of April, 1980, placed
the democratic State of Israel
and the terrorist PLO on the
same footing and sought the re-
placement of UN Security Reso-
lution 242. The Summit's Venice
Declaration of June, 1980,
asserted that the PLO "will have
to be associated with the nego-
tiations," the survey noted.
The survey traced the start of
the PLO diplomatic offensive to
its success in obtaining author-
ization to set up information and
liaison offices in France in
October, 1975.
a major European power, ac-
cording to Foxman, "P8^**
way for the establishment of PLO
offices in other countries." He
went on to say that white Austria
is the only major West European
country which has granted of-
flcial diplomatic recognition, no
country has demonstrated any
real opposition to the "growing
presence" of the PLO, despite its
dear record of international
The survey disclosed that the
establishment of PLO offices is
often negotiated "at the highest
lvel, often directly or closely fol-
lowing a terrorist action which
could only be resolved by means
of PLO'intervention.' '
The survey noted that the
Continued on Page 8
James B. Baer, president of the
South County Jewish Federation,
announces the appointment of
Irma and Sol Fier as chairpersons
for the Federation's Leadership
Today Program.
The Leadership Today
Program is an in-depth
educational program for com-
munity leaders. A select group of
couples over the age of 50 have
been chosen to participate in the
program based on their in-
volvement in the Jewish com-
The group will hear Jerry
Flanzbaum, a prominent
American Jewish leader from
New Jersey, Ted Comet, Director
of International Affairs for the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Howard Stone, Overseas
Mission Director of United
Jewish Appeal. The group will
also participate in a proirram on
Soviet Jewry. The year will be
climaxed by a weekend retreat at
Singer Island.
The Fiers moved to Boca
Raton two years ago and have
been an active part of the
Federation since. Irma Fier has
been a member of the Women's
Division Advanced Gifts
Committee and was the hostess
for the Keynoters Luncheon in
the 1980 campaign. Her husband
was a member of the Estancia
Committee in last year's cam-
Sol Fier commented,
"Leadership Today is intened as
an educational and inspirational
shot in the arm for community
leaders over 50 years of age. We
have to get our batteries
recharged every so often. I am
personally very excited about the
quality of this program."
Rita Bagus Heads UJA
Women's Campaign
Norman I. Stone, South
County Federation-UJA 1981
Campaign Chairman announces
the appointment of Rita Bagus as
Chairperson for the Women's
In making the appointment,
Stone commented, "We are very
fortunate that Rita accepted this
post. Her experience and ex-
pertise will ensure an expanded
women's campaign in 1981."
Bagus headed the Women's
Campaign in Rockford, 111. and
was active in Temple Beth El of
Rockford as well as its
Sisterhood. In South County she
has been Co-chairperson of the
Pacesetters Committee in 1980
Women's Campaign of the
She is a member of the
Florence Fuller Center, Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton and is a
life member of Hadassah.
Bagus said, "Last year the
women of South County raised
$162,000 which was 17 percent of
jthe total campaign. Obviously,
Rita Bagus
almost one out of every five
dollars is donated by a woman.
This means that the Women's
Campaign is not only significant,
but is crucial to the success of the
overall UJA-Federation cam-
paign. I feel confident in the
women of South County that we
will do the job that is required."

Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, Noveabtrj
Haber to Speak on Mideast Situation
Samuel L. Haber, national
chairman of the American
Friends of the Hebrew
University's Associate Program
and chairman of the Institute of
Contemporary Jewry of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
arrives in Boca on Tuesday, Nov
18 for a special meeting of the
Boca Raton-Delray Beach
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University at
Temple Beth El, Boca.
Haber will discuss the current
Middle East situation and will
explain the importance to the
State of Israel of this, the largest
Jewish University with seven
different faculties and major
research facilities. He will alsc
discuss a lifetime dedicated U
Jewish survival throughout th>
According to Merwin K
Grosberg, president of the Boo
Raton-Delray Beach Chapter:
"Sam Haber has long been one of
my favorite speakers and I know
the message he brings to this
community is invaluable. We are
proud to host Mr. Haber and we
are privileged to introduce the
Hebrew University to the many
families of this area."
According to Irving N. Rifkin,
Chairman of the Board ot
the Boca Raton-Delray Bead
Chapter of the American Friend.1
of the Hebrew University, "San
Haber promises to be an in
teresting highlight of the 1980-8.
season of the American Friends.
We are looking forward to an
exciting year in which many new
friends will be made and many
barriers surmounted on behalf ol
the Hebrew University and its
Friends around the world."
Haber is the honorary
Executive Vice President of the
American Joint Distribution
Committee, and is a leader in
overseas Jewish relief efforts for
more than 30 years.
He began his career with the
AJDC in the crucial year of 1947
as Director for Germany, where
he was in charge of developing a
broad aid program for the more
than 200,000 displaced Jewisl
persons; the survivors of the war.
In 1954, he was sent to
Morocco to further organize e
broad relief program for more
than 50,000 needy Jews of that
area. He was then given the
added responsibility of
developing a welfare program for
Poland in 1957.
Haber has been recognized for
these outstanding efforts: in 1947
the Israeli government awarded
Haber its AIEH award for
services prior to the establish-
ment of the SUte of Israel. Other
honors include an honorary
degree from the Hebrew Union
College as well as from the
Yeshiva University of New York.
Executive Director to
Be Installed Nov. 14
Ernie Abbit, Executive
Director, will be installed during
the Sabbath Service on Friday,
Nov. 14. Henry Ziegler,
Executive Director of Stephen
Wise Free Synagogue in New
York City and President of the
National Association of Temple
Administrators, will conduct the
installation ceremonies.
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The JewishJlpridian of South County
irnanitarian Causes
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Invention of the ZOA
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m 500 delegates from
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[ Novick, a buaineaa
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.'member families.
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_,. and integrity of the
fhrael and the welfare of
b people very where.
S, who serves as the
-tentative to the Con-
Kf Presidents of Major
\ Jewish Organizations,
Li leading participant in
M meetings at the White
the Israeli Embassy anc
V Department. He is a
fof the presidium of the
Mm of General Zionists,
jof the Zionist General
|of the World Zionist Or-
i as well as vice presi-
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miarian causes and con-
Israel, her growth,
and development are
j in his life. Novick has
fhis time and energy to a
I distinguished record of
[and leadership in the
completing his
In. Novick served as a
pt in the United States
*. He holds degrees from
trsity of Pittsburgh in
and political science.
For the past 26 years, in addition
to his corporate involvement, he
has been active nationally in real
estate development, construction
and management.
NOVICK IS a partner in West
Penn Realty Co. of Pittsburgh.
He has served his local com-
munity in Pittsburgh for the past
20 years. He has worked on
behalf of the United Jewish Fed-
eration, starting as campaign
chairman of the Young Adult
Division, later assuming the role
of metropolitan division chair-
He also served on its board of
directors and on major com-
mittees, such as Planning and
Budgeting, Health, Education
and National and Overseas. He
continues to hold major positions
in the Federation process.
He is past chairman of the
board and past president of the
Pittsburgh ZOA District, and the
immediate past president of the
ZOA Tri-State Region.
IN JANUARY. 1979, Novick
presented a petition containing
150,000 signatures to the White
House on the question of
Jerusalem that Jerusalem un-
divided should remain the capital
of Israel and that the United
States should recognize this by
moving its Embassy from Tel
j Aviv to Jerusalem.
Novick has participated in
meetings of the World Zionist
Organization General Zionist
Council (Actions Committee) and
the Jewish Agency Assembly.
While in Israel, he had private
meetings with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and top-
ranking members of the Israeli
Singles Mission
Departs Dec 21
Women's American ORT, Boca
East Chapter, in association with
the Boca Century Chapter will
observe the celebration of the
National ORT Sabbath at
Temple Beth El in Boca Raton at
8 p.m. on Nov. 28 and will host
the Oneg Shabbat for that Friday
Mrs. Kay Freedman,
Education Chairperson, will be
speaker of the evening for ORT.
Frieda Hymowitz, president of
the Boca Century Chapter, will
present a prayer book to the
Hostesses for the evening will
be Norma Heit, Cecelia Levin,
Mildred Rosenfeld, Dina Schiff,
Doris Glantz, Jean Goldon,
Josephine Lieberman, Lillian
Wealcatch, Marye Greenblatt,
and Dorothy Hierson. Guests are
The South County Jewish
Federation announces special
Israel mission for single,
business, and professional men
and women, 21-36 years of age.
The mission will depart the
United States on December 21
and return January 4.
The mission will include a
three-day tour of Egypt, in-
cluding Cairo, Aswan, and
All transportation and accom-
modations in Egypt and in Israel
will be deluxe and the mission is
being run by the National UJA in
cooperation with the Los Angeles
Jewish Federation; however,
single business and professional
men and women from South
County are invited to participate
in this group.
The mission will include visits
to military outposts, develop-
ment towns, absorption centers,
and historical sites. Participants
will have access to top Israeli
leaders and will be exposed to a
view of Israel that is not ap-
parent to ordinary tourists.
Information concerning the exact
itinerary and the cost can be
obtained from the South County
Jewish Federation, 3200 North
Federal Highway, Suite 124,
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, NoV(
"Jewish Floridian
el South County Fred Shoclwt
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Friday. November 14, 1980
Volume 2
Number 23
! Vanessa's Back Again
We had hoped that, somehow, the Fania |
| Fenelon story would die not the agony suffered by |
Ivictims of the Nazi scourge who beheld the callous-1
|ness of CBS-TV in casting Palestine Liberation |
= Organization propagandist Vanessa Redgrave in the |
1 starring role, but the opportunity afforded Redgrave I
1 to make hay out of this frank corporate heresy.
Apparently, we were wrong. Now comes |
= Redgrave to announce to one and all that her goal for |
sthe universe is for Israel to be swept off the face of |
^the earth. Somehow to justify her ambition, she|
|suggests that her role as Fania Fenelon "proved"!
f that she is not an anti-Semite, only an anti-Zionist.
If CBS and Arthur Miller, author of Fenelon's |
|filmization of her story, aren't too busy counting!
| their money, perhaps they can finally come to seei
| that their argument in behalf of their decision to hire =
| Redgrave was arrant nonsense from the very |
= beginning.
It was their Ivory Tower reasoning that came up
| with the rationale that art and politics are two I
= separate things that Redgrave's life as a PLO'nik =
| had nothing to do with her performance as Fania |
| Fenelon. She had been chosen, they said, because she |
= was allegedly best for the part.
Oh yeah? Redgrave, who this week called for|
I extermination of Israel, doesn't think so. She's still |
| propagandizing for Yasir Arafat. And she's using her
| performance in the miserable CBS production to|
"prove" the Tightness of her position.
| Dr. Neumann Passes
Especially at a time when the Zionist movement I
| is being delegitimized by Third World power politics, I
i it is important to take note of the passing of what |
| ZOA President Ivan J. Novick this week called "the
| last of the giants who led in the struggle for the |
| establishment of the State of Israel."
We refer, of course, to the late Dr. Emanuel I
I Neumann, who died some two weeks ago at the age I
| of 87.
Twice a president of the Zionist Organization of |
| America, Dr. Neumann was in the august company |
| of other such distinguished leaders of the movement |
| as Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. From these Olympian 1
i heights, it is difficult to imagine whom to add to
j their number.
It was Dr. Neumann who, as early as 1943, |
| organized and directed the work of the Commission |
on Palestine Surveys that presented an investment =
| proposal of approximately $200 million in irrigation |
| facilities and hydroelectric power development in the =
1 Jordan Valley.
He will be missed in our time. For new spokes- =
| men and new teachers are needed, now that the anti- I
= Zionist campaign for delegitimacy gains both ac- j
= celeration and terrifying respectability.
| An Important Lesson
Jews should learn an important lesson from the
| recent experience in Evanston, Illinois: when the
| community is united, Nazis run.
This is what happened in Evanston when 5,000
| people gathered at Northwestern University in a
| counter-demonstration to a rally being held by
| American Nazis at Nearby Lovelace Park. The Nazis
| stayed only for five minutes when they found a
s hostile crowd of some 2,000 persons.
American Nazis have fled from other announced
| rallies in recent years when they found community
| hostility. Now in the wake of the upsurge of Nazism
| as demonstrated by the bombing of a Paris syna-
| gogue Oct. 3 in which four persons were killed, it is
| essential to show this community support both here
I and in Europe and elsewhere where the Nazis and
I others pout their ugly brand of anti-Semitism and
a racial hatred.
The Importance Of A Wim
Everyone, whether he realizes
it or not, has an idea about the
distribution of property at death,
which is what a will is all about.
However, not everyone ha9 a will.
In the absence of a will, state
laws decree how an estate is to be
divided. But even where the
statutory dictates of distribution
are identical with the wishes of a
decedent, a will should be
prepared. A will not only controls
the devolution of property, but
the terms and conditions thereof.
Dying without a will precludes
the considerable potential
benefits of estate and tax
planning, such as the maximum
use of the marital deduction and
the use of trusts to minimize
taxes in subsequent estates. A
will permits control of property
which you may not want to give
to your beneficiaries in a lump
sum. Trusts can be created in a
will for your spouse, children and
others to protect them against
loss or dissipation, which might
result from their inexperience.
Some other disadvantages of
dying intestate (without a will)
are enumerated below.
-Unrelated individuals may be
appointed by the Surrogate
Court to administer the estate,
often at great expense. If you die
without a will, the law will decide
for you who is to manage your
estate, and he may be the person
you would have considered least
capable of carrying out that
If minor children are survivors,
the court may appoint a non-
family member to serve as
guardian of your children, again
at great, and probably un-
necessary, expense. Additional
expenses will be incurred as the
court may require the appointed
guardians to furnish a bond and
file regular accountings as to the
income received and expenses
Leonard Carter
incurred on behalf of the children.
In a will you can dispense with
bonding and accounting
requirements, and thus save
those costs.
A will may provide for
bequests to your favorite
charities or legacies to loyal
employees or relatives not in-
cluded in the statutory scheme. A
court cannot do this for you in
the absence of a will.
In the event of a common
disaster, in the absence of a will
state laws control the disposition
of assets. Usually each decedent
is deemed the survivor and
consequently property may go to
undesired people. A will
provision will supercede state
law, in this instance.
A well-drawn will may often
reduce or eliminate estate taxes,
and can also specify whether the
estate or a particular
beneficiary'8 share should bear
the burden if there is estate tax to
Why do people delay or never
get around to making a will? A
recent article in a magazine
devoted to estate planning
supplied a few answers.
Some people are intimidated
by lawyers and therefore avoid
making appointments i
.*" or do esuu \
Utners see any diJ
death and money asl
even ,f the consequence re J
assessment of -^ *
may be difficult tor tJ
are depressed or have]
esteem. Certain indivJ
unable to make tU
decisions a will read
finally, making a wu]1
person to assess his trj
about family beneficial
many avoid this decisl
ticularly where there!
disruptive marital orl
Another document mjj
be as important as a wj
estate planners and!
knowledgeable in estate
recommend that invent
property and assets
current so that surviving.
and/or executors ha]
information readily avail
the unfortunate situatiol
one dies intestate, such!
will aid any court ai
administrator of an estati
It is suggested that I
ventory be in the form of |
leaf book to facilitate
The contents of the bot_
include information on]
cards, tax returns, _
safe deposit boxes, ceme.
and retirement informal]
separate section should l.
list of assets, including i
purchase and cost, a Ik
insurance policies, and f_
information such as bir
military records.
Finally, a letter of in
to your spouse sho
prepared and kept in a mi
accessible place. This 1
should tell your spouse]
whom to contact It shod
your desires regarding
and burial arrangemen
Continued on Page if
Q: Why should the Zeppelin
really be called a "Schwartz"?
A: Because "The Zeppelin" was
invented by David Schwartz.
David Schwartz was an Austrian-born
engineer who. in 1890, came up with the
idea of an airship with a gas-filled metal
container to make it rise. Because of finan-
cial reasons, the Austrian minister of war
turned down the idea. However, in 1892
after Schwartz built a prototype in Russia'
the German government urged him to
go ahead with production for them
Unfortunately. Schwartz died before the
PkjeCLCOuld get off the g^und. Shortly
thereafter, Count von Zeppelin bought the
patents from Schwartz's widow
A big part of Jewish warmth and affec-
tion is to quickly become completely
open and informal with people and
things they particularly like. Samuel is
L i "^roroy" a snack is a "nosh"
and the famed Chicken Soup has
become known as "Jewish Penicillin"
And right in keeping with this inherent
warmth J&B Rare Scotch has come to
be regarded as a favorite part of the
mishpocha'. Because along with its
e egance at formal affairs-J&B is
also the kind of 'relative' one can
take his shoes off with, loosen the tie
and relax with friends at home
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Page 5
W Mideast Policy Questioned
A 7,500-word
the Senate
[Relations Com-
E U.S.-Israeh
prepared by ito
"East staff
1st? questions
fDt Carter's
I that a
pent" of relations
|the two countries
nd will not take
under his
J,tration and
fthe need" by the
understand and
[Israel's security
nic problems."
was prepared by
;rs Barry Schochet
, Bannerman fol-
r July visit to Israel
waited to the Corn-
el 5 by Sen. Richard
[fla,), chairman of its
on Near Eastern
[Asian Affairs. It is
t hearings on Middle
I will be held by Stone
returns from its
election recess to
ssession's business.
REPORT," Stone
\ full Committee in a
i "raises a number
questions regarding
rtration's handling of
irity and economic
| and makes specific
idations regarding
jch this committee can
view following the
ise, Stone was asked
J Jewish Telegraphic
|ibout Vice President
^dale's statement Oct.
[Zionist Organization of
i 82nd national con-
tort that appeared to
the report's criticism of
ry policy.
out that Israel's
|is being increased by
Mondale said "the
(they (Israel) will have
illy more than a
|olour best M-60 tanks,
i our Joint Chiefs of
|ind our Undersecretary
t just went to Israel to
\ her leaders is that the
I sent them on these
and made these
ER, neither Stone nor
Jnttee staff had in-
|Mthe 1,000 tanks, nor
jfcrmation on their
[be obtained from
ption sources.
. -heard about these
*" said Stone through
*)mmittee the Ad-
would start seeking
, l authorization for
M even if they were
r*d. how is payment
W Stone asked.
M out of money. If the
7"n had not escalated
N m the Middle East
Nntage of Israel, this
*>uld not have arisen."
specialists felt
1 make its wn tanks.
t showed that U.S.-
oduction of an ad-
JWcava Tank" allows
ndu<* it at a savings
Pw tank, and the
! substituted for the
I *ded purchase of
Ply 170 M-60 tanks."
PD. 'This program is
Pmpe of providing
[*! to produce its
' *hile it purchases
. Quantities of
I*'he United States.
JPjwt is in need of
frg n that report,'
"Went U.S. policy
*! nd th Middle
""Shccd. It i8 helping
* ^e Middle East
.^endanger efforts
iiaeluto ^ the
n>ks that will be
necessary to reach agreement on
the peaceful future of the West
Bank and Gaza Strip.
"Undermining Israeli con-
fidence in the U.S. as a long-term
ally is not the way to successful
peace negotiations," he said.
"Yet, Israel's doubts and in-
securities have been heightened
by the U.S. in many ways."
Noting "Israel is an important
strategic asset to our country,"
Stone said the Administration
has been increasing sophisticated
weaponry to Saudi Arabia and
coordinating joint military exer-
cises with Egypt which it also is
supplying with major weapons
while down-grading Israel's
strategic importance.
"WE ARE giving and selling
military weapons to countries
that refuse to join the peace
process." Stone added. "And bv
rewarding Jordan, Saudi Arabia
and others for refusing to talk
peace, we are penalizing Israel for
the major concessions it made in
the Camp David agreement. This
makes no sense since peace is our
Pointing out that the report
"shows how counter-productive
our policies are to the chances of
expanding the peace process,"
Stone raised these questions:
"What incentive do the confron-
tation states have to turn from
belligerency to peace? What are
we trying to prove in denying
ourselves the military expertise
and regional knowledge of our
strongest ally, the State of
Israel? What are we trying to
prove by escalating the arms race
in the Middle East? And what are
we trying to prove by requiring
that Israel's weakened economy
bears still larger defense bur-
While the report was prepared
prior to the signing Oct. 17 of the
U.S. Israel oil agreement that
assures U.S. supplies to Israel in
time of emergency although at
the highest U.S. prices paid for
imported oil, the report's con-
clusions set forth a number of
other "tangible steps" to
Deviate Israeli concerns.
Joe Srhenk, Kings Point Co-Chairman for the 1981 UJA-
Federation Campaign; Izzy Siegel, Chairman, and Dr. Robert
Greenberg, Honorary Chairman of the Kings Point Division.
Izzy Siegel To Be Honored
Defray Heach lodge of the Free
Sons of Israel. His wife, Betty, is
active in the Regional ORT
organization. Together, they are
deeply committed to the Jewish
Kretsky commented, "Izzy
Siegel has built the Kings Point
UJA campaign to the point
where it is the largest division in
South County in terms of number
of contributors. Many people
have worked, but I consider it a
personal triumph for Siegel. We
expect a large turnout to honor a
person who has worked for this
Jewish community for so many
years. He deserves all the praise
he is receiving."
Milton Kretsky, Co-Chairman
of the UJA-Federation 1981
family and men's division an-
nounces that the Kings Point
Division will honor Izzy Siegel at
an Advanced Gifts Luncheon on
Dec. 17 at Verdis Restaurant at
Palmetto Square.
Siegel started the Kings Point
campaign four years ago and has
chaired it since then. He is leader
and vocalist of the Kingsmen, a
popular dance band in South
County. Siegel also is the leader
of the Kings Point Glee Club
which entertains at nursing
homes in South County each
Siegel is a member of the
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Members of the South County Jewish Federation Couples' Mission to Israel have recently
returned to South County. The group is pictured in a courtyard of Hebrew University in
Jerusalem where they were lectured on the political situation in the entire Middle East region.
Left to right, seated: Molly Starikov, Margie Baer, Geri Rosenberg and Alan Rosenberg,
Phyllis Cohen. Second row: Gloria Rosenthal, Ben Rosen thai, Lillian HUdebrand, Rose and
Ruby Viener, Eli Chasidoff, the Israeli guide. Third row: Lou Starikov, James Baer, Lynne
Warshal, Phil Gesoff, Rabbi Bruce Warshal, Syd HUdebrand. The Missions Committee of the
South County Jewish Federation will be announcing a second Couples Mission to Israel for this
coming Spring.
Temple Emeth Completes
Major Expansion Facilities
Reuben Viener reported on the recent Federation C<1
Mission to Israel at the Kick-Off Breakfast for thei
Federation 1981 Men's Campaign. Seated behind Vienl
also reporting to the group were Phil Gesoff. Phyllis Coh
Margie Baer.
Temple Emeth in Delray Beach
has completed its first major
expansion with the construction
of a building which will be used
for daily prayers and expanded
office facilities. This building,
which will be known as the Diane
Winick Building, was formally
dedicated on Sunday, Oct. 26.
President Benjamin Kessler
was privileged of greeting a
capacity audience, which in-
cluded many dignitaries.
Speakers participating in the
program included: Neal Winick,
Kyle Craig. Kabhi Bernard A.
Silver of Temple Emeth. Dr.
Andrew Hall. Rabbi Harry
Schectman, Brotherhood
President Joe S. Schenk. Sister-
hood President. Rita Lewitas.
The invocation was given by
Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman. and
Itabbi Samuel Silver, of Temple
Sinai gave the benediction.
Cantor Leonard Price partici-
pated in the program with several
appropriate selections.
The Diane Winick Building has
a seating capacity of 90 and the
two offices provide much
needed space. A beautiful feature
of the building are the six faceted
stained windows which depict
Biblical scenes.
A high feature of the
dedication program was the
placing of a ravished Torah
from Europe in a special show
case in the lobby, by past
President Henry Hloom. This
Torah will be a permanent
reminder to its viewers of the
horrors of the Nazi Holocaust.
Rita Lewitas. Sisterhood
President, donated a Torah for
the Ark of the new chapel, on
behalf of the Sisterhood.
The Diane Winick Building
was made possible by the
generosity of the families and
friends (,t \||.rt \ Winick and
Arnold N. Winick Mr Albert N.
Winick has recently suffered a
deep personal loss" in the un-
timely death of his beloved wile
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November 14,1980
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 7
Community Calendar
ah War Veterans 10 a.m. meeting Women's American
gp m. shabbat service UJA Regional Conference
Congregation Services 9:30 a.m. Junior
Service/lunch 10 a.m. Temple Emeth
Sood-Walaoch Malka Service, Supper ond Movie UJA
0nol Conference .
Mer Women
kjrhood Dance UJA Regional Conference B'nai B'rith
o.m.; Gift Shop Chanukah Shopping Day, 9:30 a.m.;
._ Meeting 1 p.m. (at B'nai Torah Congregation) Temple
liEl Lecture
Beersheebo Flea Market Temple Emeth
Dr. Reich
B'nth Women Naomi
B'nai B'rith
12:30 meeting Beth El Singles
Women of Boca 10:30 a.m. board
Pioneer Women Beersheeba 12:30 board meeting
I. is
,isn Current Events Club 2:30 meeting B'nai B'rith lodge-
*qTeeca 10a.m. board meeting Yiddish Culture Club-Boca
1-30p.m. meeting Women's American ORT-AII Points 12:30
poid-up luncheon
nple Emeth Brotherhood Picnic Women's American ORT
nonol 9-30 a.m. board meeting Hadassah Boca Maariv 2
In meeting South County Jewish Federation Women's
[won Campaign Cabinet meeting 9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith
Tcmen of Boca noon children's home luncheon USY Open
|wge -7 p.m. B'nai Toroh B'nai Torah Sisterhood meeting 7

ongkah Shopping Doy 4 p.m. (B'nai Toroh) Adult Educotion
|o.m and 7 p.m. (B'nai Torah) Brandeis Women Boca Art
l Hadassah Ben Gunon 12:30 meeting Temple Beth El
rirhood meeting Pioneer Women Zipporah 10 a.m.
jrd meeting Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary dinner dance -
|jOp m Pioneer Women Beersheba Club 7:30 p.m. Jai Lai
(mi Torch Family Service 8:15 p.m. Class Aleph Con-
joetion Temple Beth El B'nai Mitzvah Year Celebration
lining of Anal Broward Art Gallery 8 p.m. Temple Beth El -
jnoiMiljvoh Year Celebration
tuple Emeth Brotherhood breakfast Brandeis Women Boca
lAmoteur Theater Hadassah Ben Gurion Lido Spa Temple
Eth El B'noi Mitzvah Year Celebration B'nai Torah -
Wdren's Chanukah Shopping Day 9:30a.m. USY Volleyball -
omens American ORT Boca East 12:30 p.m. board meeting
[lemple Sinai Sisterhood Arts, Crafts & Food Festival B'nai
prohCongregation "Brunch with the Rabbi" 10 o.m.
^wish Current Events Club 2:30 p.m. meeting Yiddish
ilture Club Boca 7:30 p.m. meeting Temple Emeth
Sisterhood 9:30 a. m. board meeting Chanukah Shopping Day
- 4 p.m. (B'nai Torah)
Nov. 26
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 3-day Sarasoto Trip Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary 7 p.m. meeting Jewish War Veterans 7
p.m. meeting Women's American ORT Delray 12:30 p.m.
meeting Hadassah Aviva 12:30 p m gereral meeting
Nov. 27
Interfaith Thanksgiving Service with Rabbi Silver & Temple Sinai
Choir at First Baptist Church, Delray 1HANKSGIVING DAY
Nov. 28
Brandeis Women Boca Thanksgiving Trip Jewish War
Veterans- 10 o.m. board meeting
ARMDI 8:30 p.m. at B'nai Torah
Dec. 1
B'nai B'nth Women Naomi 12:30 p.m. board meeting
Brandeis Women Boca 9:30 a.m. board meeting Hadassah
Ben Gurion Las Vegas trip.
Dec. 2
Temple Emeth 7 p.m. board meeting Yiddish Culture Club
Boca 7:30 p.m. meeting* 1st LIGHT EREV CHANUKAH
Dec. 3
Brandeis Women Boca Theater Party Hadassah Ben Gurion -
Card Party Temple Emeth Sisterhood Concert Women's
American ORT Regional 9:30 a.m. meeting Women's
Arrerican ORT Regional noon luncheon Women's American
OFT Delray noon luncheon 2nd LIGHT-lst DAY CHANUKAH
Dec. 4
Temple Beth El Brotherhood 8 p.m. board meeting Temple
Emeth Sisterhood noon meeting Pioneer Women Zipporah -
noon meeting B'nai B'rith Women Boca 1 p.m. Chanukah
Dec. 6
South County Jewish Community Day School Auction and
Dec. 7
B'nai Torah Congregation 9:30 a.m. Chanukah Breakfast
Hadassah Ben Gurion Rummage Sale Temple Beth El -
Lecture Dr. David Rabi Temple Beth El Brotherhood 10 a. n.
meeting Temple Beth El 3 p.m. Young Artist Series
Dec. 8
B'nai Toroh Congregation 7:30 p.m. board meeting Women's
American ORT Boca East 1 p.m. meeting Temple Emeth
Singles noon meeting
Dec. 9
Pioneer Women Beersheeba 12:30 meeting Hadassah Ben
Gurion Key West Trip Jewish Current Events Club 2:30 p.m.
meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. meeting
Women's American ORT Delray 12:30 p.m. board meeting
B'nai B'rith Lodge Boca Teeca 9:30 a.m. meeting Yiddish
Culture Club Boca 7:30 p.m. meeting
Temple Beth El
Singles Shabbat
Temple Beth El will hold its
second Singles Sabbath Service
at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 28.
This is a separate shabbat service
held after the traditional service
which will be at its usual hour at
8:15 p.m.
Single adults of all ages are
invited to attend and participate.
The theme for the evening is
"Sharing the Single Shabbat."
The first shabbat single service
held in October attracted more
than 220 single adults. Even
more than this number is ex-
pected on Nov. 28.
There will be an Oneg
Shabbat following the service
with Israeli dancing and singing.
Temple membership is not
required, and all single adults are
warmly welcome. Further in
formation can be obtained from
the Temple Beth El office.
Bar Mitzvah
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
has oficially announced its Bar
Mitzvah celebration year.
To become a Bar Mitzvah has
historically meant "coming of
age" and that is exactly what is
taking place within the congrega-
tional body of Temple Beth El.
Thirteen years ago. Temple
Beth El became the first Jewish
house of worship in South Palm
Beach County. It has since grown
from a church-housed community
to a congregation of 822 families.
The growth of the Temple reflects
the expanding nature of the
Jewish community in the Greater
Bctea Raton area.
A year of festivities for the
Temple's thirteen years of
existence will begin with a special
service on Friday evening, Nov.
21. Invited speakers and a
musical program will be featured.
On Nov. 22, the Gala Bar
Mitzvah Celebration will take
place in the Temple Social Hall,
planned and hosted by Temple
Sisterhood. An original musical
review, "1300 Miles Off
Broadway," with a congrega-
tional cast, will open the
celebration. Curtain time is 8
p.m. and the performance will be
followed by a buffet and a social
hour of dancing.

3wisb BoiiiDfly Recipes
the ancient fig belongs
on your Chanukah table.
So, for this "Festival of
Lights" we have arranged
with retailers to offer you
these free, holiday recip-
es wherever they display
dried figs. When you do
your holiday shopping, I
be sure to pick up this free recipe m. "u ,a
folder and enjoy this favorite fruit of the ancient world in kugel,
strudel, latkes, compote and chicken. California fig growers
For more free recipes, write: California Dried Fig Advisory Board, Department 9C P.O. Box 709, Fresno, CA 93712 _____________
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Astonishing Growth In PLO's Respectability
not a
the PLO
Continued from Page 1-
majonty of PLO representatives
in Europe are men married to
female nationals of their
respective host countries which
"tends to reinforce their status
vis-a-vis the country's laws,
especially in France, Germany
and Sweden."
A PRINCIPAL finding of the
survey is that tfie PLO has out-
standing success in France where
there are many supportive
associations and the Communist
Party is active in its behalf.
A country-by-country analysis
of the PLO status in Europe
Austria: A PLO office has
existed since February. 1977.
headed by Ghazi Hussein, but
the personal relationship between
Village of Oriole to
Have House of Worship
The Villages of Oriole, in
Delray Beach, will have their own
Jewish House of Worship. Two
years of organizing has
culminated in establishing the
Oriole Jewish Center of Delray
Beach, Anshei Shalom, a Con-
servative Synagogue. It will
encompass 3,600 square feet in
an edifice in the Oriole Shopping
('enter, under construction on
West Atlantic Avenue, in the
Oriole Condominium complex.
The Synagogue should be
completed and ready for occu-
pancy in January, 1981.
Membership is now open to
villages of Oriole Home Owners,
on a first come, first served basis.
A limit has been set at 150
families, or 300 individuals.
Almost 100 memberships have
already been obtained.
Pro-tem officers are: President,
Irvine Minkin; Secretary,
Edward Dorfman; Treasurer,
Irving Rothberg. The Board of
Trustees includes: Ben Beck,
Irving Heller. Louis Hellman,
Alex Iseman, Jack S. Levine,
Henry Margaretov, Arthur Perl-
mutter. Ben Peskin. Ben Simon
and Max Zimring. With co-
chairmen. Alex Iseman and
Edward Dorfman, Max Zimring
is membership chairman. Ben
Peskin chairs the Kuilding Com-
mittee. Irving Heller is chairman
of the catering committee. Ben
Beck, Louis Hellman. and Kabbi
Jonah J. Kahn comprise the
Ritual Committee.
The Community, Villages of
Oriole, incorporates the re-
spective Villages of Abbey,
Bonaire, Camelot, Coco Woods
Lakes. Deauville and Patio
Homes. The Village of Hun-
tington Lakes is now under
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Issam Sartawi, Arafat's Euro-
pean representative, and Chan-
cellor Kreisky is even more sig-
nificant. Hussein also represents
the PLO at international
organizations headquartered in
Vienna. Austria has provided the
PLO with the most advanced
diplomatic recognition in Europe.
Belgium: The PLO office has
been operative since November,
1966. While there has been no
official recognition, its staff
members are treated on the same
level as the diplomatic corps.
Cyprus: A PLO office was
established in July, 1975.
Denmark: A supportive
association, "The Union of Pales-
tine Workers," functions instead
of a PLO office. Daoud Kalouti,
PLO representative for Scan-
dinavia, visits frequently. When
Daoud Sati Rakir, a Copenhagen
resident for several years,
declared that he had been ap-
pointed PLO representative, the
Foreign Ministry responded by a
refusal to recognize any PLO
representative or office.
I Finland: Authorities have
consented to establishment of a
PLO office but have refused to
grant diplomatic status.
France: The first country to
authorize an open PLO infor-
mation and Liaison office, France
has not granted diplomatic
status but recognizes the or-
ganization's "representative
nature." The French Communist
Party is campaigning for an
official visit from Yasir Arafat.
There are at least six supportive
PLO organizations.
West Germany: An office
has existed in the German
Federal Republic since June,
1976. There are two supportive
organizations, an Arab German
Parliamentary Group and an
Arab-German League.
Greece: A PLO office has
been authorized but has not yet
been established as the PLO is
striving for official diplomatic
Holland: No PLO office.
PLO interests are handled by the
Consul of Kuwait, Said Mah-
moud Rabani, a native
Ireland: This is part of the
responsibilities of the PLO repre-
sentative in London.
Italy: There has been a PLO
presence within the Arab League
since 1975 and an information
and liaison office since 1976.
Luxembourg: No PLO office
at present but the idea of one has
been accepted by the Foreign Af-
fairs Minister. Nairn Khaddar,
the PLO representative in
Belgium, also covers Luxem-
Malta: This small country
has a PLO office with diplomatic
status but its representative is
vanced here intend**
lomatic acceptance.
Portugal: Authority .
accepted establishment of.
office without diplomatic i
Spain: Opened in ivn
PLO office in Madrid is ,
1979. Prime MinisterL
Suarez was the first u/j
head of government to
Yasir Arafat officially.
Sweden: Established
1975, the PLO office "
Norway, Denmark and Fii
Switzerland: While there i
authorized PLO office, the !
is represented by Daoud B
who is its delegate orob
international headquarters"
Geneva. He is situated wit
the mission of the Arab Lea
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
,ident Yitzhak Navon of pol
proposed that Israel
Egypt establish a
ipreme headquarters for
" to conduct a cori-
ng dialogue and study
Jthe various aspects of the
ace now existing between
how to enhance and
pen those aspects and
ill the expectations of
people of both coun-
'Peace Headquarters' On Agenda of Navon, Sadat
Premier Mustapha Khalil.
Speaking in Arabic, in which he
s fluent. Navon also touched on
litical issues relating to the
irnroDOSed that Israel We* Bank-Gaza autonomy
plpropc u_ _ui. u negotiations and the Palestinian
"THESE ARE subjects of his-
toric, religious, emotional and
security significance," he said.
"There are serious differences of
opinion between us, and it is
senseless to underestimate them.
If Egypt and Israel wished to
sweep them under the rug, the
negotiations could have been
concluded long ago. But the
deliberations are being conducted
in the desire to confront the
problems and try to arrive at
reasonable solutions and this
calls for great patience," he said.
"I am confident that with per-
sistence, patience and mutual
I Nivon offered his ideas in an
the Council of the
Irtional Democratic Party
,ling party of Egypt, consisting
some 60 of Egypt's top
litical fieures headed by former
fW Gulfstream Bank of Boca Raton continues their economic
ifport of the State of Israel by purchasing State of Israel
buds for the third consecutive year. Shown here presenting a
lxk for $250,000 are (left) Edward M. Hatton, senior vice
tident, and (right) Avery H. Fonda, president of Gulf-
vn, to Irving Rifkin, South Palm Beach County chairman
rState of Israel Bonds.
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trust between us, we shall over-
come the difficulties and arrive at
a just and agreed solution,"
Navon declared. He added that
"these difficulties must not inter-
fere with the orderly progress of
normalization and a growing im-
provement in the relations be-
tween us."
Navon's hour-long speech was
interrupted by applause only
once when he mentioned
President Anwar Sadat. But his
address appears to have been well
received by his audience of
government ministers, party
leaders and the heads of various
governmental departments.
ALTHOUGH he stressed that
it was not within his competence
to negotiate on autonomy or any
other subject during his visit to
Egypt, he mentioned the Pales-
tinian issue. "We know of its
existence, appreciate its im-
portance and want its solution,"
he said.
'Unfortunately, the Araba of
Palestine and the government of
Jordan have refused to sit at the
negotiating table In their ab-
sence, it is Egypt that assumed
the burden of negotiating
details of autonomy."
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Friday, N0vemberU
It has 456 less calories than potato
topping made with sour cream.
Of A Will
Continued from Page '
remind the survivor where to find
important documents, and who
should be consulted for
assistance. This letter is an act of
love, because it should remind a
surviving spouse that you cared
enough to plan ahead.
Coffee Cole.
It has 304 less calories than cof f<
cake made with sour cream.
1 Vi cups Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
' 2 cup crumbled blue cheese
' 2 cup chopped celery
1 > cup imitation flavored
bacon bits
'4 Teaspoon salt
In bowl, combine all ingredients Serve
as topping on baked potatoes or other
hot vegetables Or chill well and serve
as dip for potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
Note: You are invited to
discuss any questions regarding
the above article, or any aspect of
estate planning and charitable
giving with the Federation's
Endowment Director, Stanley
Hyman. You are also encouraged
to consult with your personal
advisor or counsel as to how best
to implement and structure a
will, trust or estate plan, in a
manner most advantageous to
your circumstances.
The estate planning con-
sequences of charitable giving are
personal and must be tailored to
an individual's unique situation.
You are cautioned that the above
article sets forth general rules
and is only a brief examination of
the subject. Drafting a will, trust
or estate plan is not a do-it-
yourself proposition. Deter-
mination of how the law applies
to your particular situation
requires professional advice.

I pkg (18 5 oz ) yellow cake mix
1 cup Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
' i cup water
2 eggs
1 cup chopped walnuts or
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
' icup sugar
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions, substituting
Colombo Yogurt for 1 cup water
Pour half the batter into greased
and floured 13x9x2-inch
Combine nuts, cinnamon ana
sugar Sprinkle half over batter fop
with remaining batter and nut
mixture Bake according to
package directions Cool in pan
B'nni B'rith Women of Delray
Beach. Naomi Chapter 1537, will
hold its regular meeting on Nov.
17 at 12:30 p.m. at Temple
Emeth. Entertainment will be a
comedy skit on "Latkes" pre-
sented by Shirley Berger and
Oscar Rappaport.
Boca Raton Aviva Chapter of
Hadassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Nov. 26,
12:30 p.m. at B'nai Torah Con-
gregation. Friends and guests are
Pioneer Women Beersheba
Club will hold a Flea Market,
Sunday. Nov. 16, from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Delray Drive-In
Movie, 1601 N. Federal Highway.
The organization will be selling
bric-a-brac, household items,
clothing and miscellaneous.
Palm Beach Council of Pioneer
Women will hold its next meeting
on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 10:30
a.m. at the home of President Rae
Hornstein. Norwich-M. No. 307,
Century Village. West Palm
Beach. Attending will be
delegates from Delray Beach.
Palm Springs, Lake Worth and
West Palm Beach.
Beth El Singles Today
It has 608 less calories than
dressing made with sour cream
schedule of activities: Nov. 28 at
10:30 p.m.. Single Service. Oneg
Shabbat following service with
dancing and Israeli singing: Sun-
day. Nov. 30 at 1 p.m., skating
party for adults and children. For
more information, call the temple
Sisterhood of Temple Beth El
will hold an open meeting on
Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. in the Temple
Social Hall. Robin Eisenberg,
Beth El's director of education,
will speak on an interesting and
timely subject, "All in the Jewish
The Brotherhood of Temple
Emeth is sponsoring a breakfast
on Sunday. Nov. 23. Women are
invited to attend. Rabbi Bruce S.
Warshal, executive director of
the South County Jewish
Federation, will be the guest
Temple Sinai: An episode in
Goldstein to
Speak On
Survival of
the life of Jacob, the third Bib-
lical patriarch, will be read at the
service of Temple Sinai, Friday,
Nov. 14, 8:15 p.m. at St. Paul's
Episcopal Church, 188 S.
Swinton Ave.. Delray Beach.
After reading the passage from
the 28th chapter of the Book of
(lenesis. Rabbi Samuel Silver will
point up its application in terms
of contemporary problems. At
the service, the candles will be
blessed by Mrs. Sarah Japack.
the Torah by William Gruner,
and the wine by Aaron Beckwith.
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai will
have an arts, crafts and food
festival on Monday, Nov. 25 at
the Women's Club, 505 SE 5th
Ave. (U.S. 1. Federal Highway.
So.,I. Delray, 11:30 a.m. to3p.m.
Handcrafted arts and crafts
(made by members and their hus-
bands) will be on display and or
for sale. Sinai Nosherai Cafe will
serve free beverages, and
delicacies can be purchased. All
are welcome. For information.
call Ruth Roubloff, Ruth Wallace
or Mary Menkin.
The south end of the Palm
Beach Region of Women's
American ORT will hold a
phonathon for new members on
Sunday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the American Savings
Bank. Kings Point Branch, 6646
W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach.
Anyone having names of friends
and neighbors interested in be-
coming "Ortists" contact Betty
(Mrs. Iz) Siegel, Saxony D 157.
Delray Beach, by Nov. 14.
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Colombo has less calories, less
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2 cups Colombo Plain whole
Milk Yogurt
Lemon Juice
Combine dressing mix and
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lemon juice to thin to taste Chill
until ready to use
Makes 2 cups dressing
Oscar Goldstein, a former
national executive of B'nai
B'nth, will speak on the Survival
of the Jewish Community at a
meeting of the new Boca West
B'nai B'rith lodge, Nov. 16 at 4
Currently public relations
director for Menorah Chapels in
Sunrise, Margate and Deerfield
Beach, Goldstein was associated
with the national B'nai B'rith
organization for 33 years and
retired as director of Community
Services and Lodge Services for
District One. which includ*. the
northeastern United States and
eastern Canada.
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The.fouhh Floridinr <>fSouth Count
s in Brief
^ied gunman ustagw-gto-
Uc weapon
lired nine bullets
J the g'ass c,"rs nai
Kth international headquarters
Mm here early Sunday
Jming and fled in a car. No one
s injured-
snori time later, the
fawn Post reived an
Bonvmous telephone call from a
>n who said he was a member of
mL Christian Anti-Zionist
Lague and claimed that he had
|6red [he shots.
Neither the police nor the B'nai
iRnth have heard of such a
Lup. Daniel Thursz, executive
[director of B'nai B nth said.
I-Obviously this is frightening
Ld disturbing, but we have no
I tiv nf knowing whether it is the
activity <>f one deranged person
lira group''
The B'nai B'rith building has
[been under "extremely tight"
Ijecuritv since members of the
Irlanafi Moselm sect invaded it
Ithrei' vears ago and seized
[hostage's who were subsequently
LONDON Vanessa
[Redgrave, the actress known for
|ber ardent support of the Pales-
lline Liberation Organization, re-
lucrated her call for Israel's
Idemise in order to make room for
iWular state in Palestine.
r I don't think that there is any
Irunm for a State of Israel," she
said in an interview published in
Beirut weekly magazine,
'I'ln anti Is.
was quoted as saying that her
role as a concentration camp in-
mate in a recent TV film 'has
strengthened my belief that the
only way the Jews of the world
can press ahead is to struggle
with the Palestinian people for
the establishment of a demo-
cratic, secular state in Palestine."
services were held Sunday for
Benjamin Harrison Swig, chair-
man of the board of the Fairmont
Hotel, and a philanthropist
active in the Jewish and non-
Jewish communities. He died
Saturday at the age of 86 after a
long illness.
Born in Taunton, Mass., on
Nov. 17, 1893, Swig was a real
estate operator in Boston and
New York City from 1925 to
1945. In 1945. he bought the
Fairmont Hotel on famed Nob
Hill and lived here in its pent-
house suite. Hj also was a part-
ner in the real estate firm of Swig,
Weiler and A mow of San
Francisco and New York City.
Swig was a member of
numerous organizations. Among
others, he was a member of the
Board of Directors of the
American Joint Distribution
Committee and of the national
h -\[>
an Board and the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Minister Yitzhak Shamir will
visit Finland and Germany later
this month as part of his frequent
contacts with European govern-
ments. A spokesman said the
minister would separately visit
Paris at the end of the month.
Administration said last Friday
it is not objecting to Israel Air-
craft Industries (IAll making a
sales presentation to the govern-
ment of Mexico on its Kfir C-5
warplane but cautioned that
Israel would necessarily require
U.S. permission to sell the plane
should a sale between Mexico and
Israel be agreed upon because it
is powered by a U.S.-produced
Israel was prohibited three
years ago by the Carter Adminis-
tration to make its sale to
Ecuador when the State Depart-
ment observed the introduction
of the plane would upset the
military balance in Latin
According to reports here, the
Administration is now allowing
Israel to show the plane to
ilombia in
but the State
I confirm
:;'. that with
State Department spokesman
John Trattner, asked about the
report of the offer to Mexico, said
that "Israeli Aircraft Industries
on Aug. 1 asked for an advisory
opinion tor an initial unclassified
presentation to Mexico of the
Kfir C-6, a lower performance
version of the more advanced C-2
aircraft. They have to get our
approval even to make the pre-
sentation since that airplane
the C-5 is powered by a U.S.-
produced jet engine. After careful
consideration, the Department
decided there would be no ob-
jection to the proposed presen-
tation. That's where it stands."
for lalks with Israeli
Headed by Amhassad<
Rida of the Cairo Foreign
Ministry. the Egyptian
delegation includes officials of
the Transport Ministry and the
Customs Authority. It will take
up the issue of carriage of goods
across the land border crossing
near El-Arish.
President Navon's and President
Sadat's agreement to step up
certain "normalization" pro-
cedures, a team of Egyptian of-
ficials arrived in Israel Monday
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday. November U, i98o
Keith Kronish Named Manager
Keith P. Kronish has been
appointed manager of the River-
side Memorial Chapel in West
Palm Beach. It was announced
by Carl Grossberg, President of
Riverside and Alfred Golden,
Executive Vice-President. The
Chapel is located at 714 Okee-
chobee Blvd.. West Palm Beach.
Kronish is a native of Florida,
having attended grade and high
schools in North Miami Beach.
He is a graduate of Oglethorpe
University in Atlanta, where he
received his Bachelor of Business
Administration degree. He
received his degree in Mortuary
Science from Dade Community
College. At Oglethorpe. Kronish
was President of Chi Phi Frater-
nity and headed the University
Student Council.
Kronish has been with River-
side since 1977. Previously, he
was manager of their Coral
Gables Chapel.
Kronish's family has long been
involved in Jewish communal
activities. His uncle. Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Miami Beach, is
national chairman fo the Israel
Bonds rganization. His parents,
grandparents and great grand-
parents have been leaders of
synagogues and recognized as
since 1935. It's origin goes back
to the turn of the century in New
York City, where Riverside was
founded and run by the Rosen-
thai family. The newest of River-
side's facilities is their chapel in
West Palm Beach. Riverside's
continued commitment to Jewish
Keith Kronish
benefactors of Jewish in-
stitutions since the turn of the
Keith Kronish is a Mason, a
member of the Knights of
Pythias and Treasurer of the
B'nai B'rith Lodge of North Dade
Riverside Memorial Chapels
have been serving the Jewish
Community of South Florida
Jewish HUD Workers
Combat Anti-Semitism
The Federal Times, a
Washington weekly reporting
developments affecting govern-
ment personnel, says Jewish
employees at the U.S. Depart-
ment of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) have
organized to combat anti-
Semitism within the agency.
In its current edition, the
Federal Times said that the
employees are "troubled by a
perceived insensitivity of up-
permanagement-federal em-
ployees" and "are organizing a|
Jewish caucus to protect their
rights and push for more active
enforcement of equal em-
ployment opportunity.'
personnel about the article by
Winston Wood, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned that
a Jewish group is being formally
organized both for professional
and cultural purposes as well as
to combat unfair treatment.
It was pointed out that several
cases of discrimination against
Jews have been presented to the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and one case has entered
legal proceedings. One allegation
The Sacred Memory of
Our Six Million Martyrs
The tragedy of the Holocaust must not be lorgotten by our
generation or those who will come after. The Minyonalres of Tem-
ple Sholom have accepted this sacred trust to perpetuate the
memory of our Six Million Martyrs.
Four Memorial Tablets, each headed by a Large Presentation Name
Plate and centered by a Memorial Light, have been placed In our
Chapel. The Memorial Tablets and Presentation Name Plates have
been reserved for names In memory of loved ones who perished In
the Holocaust and for names of "We who are blessed with life," the
To order, please complete applicaiton below and send to Temple
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Presentation Name Plate_______$150 each
Memorial Tablets ______$ 30 each
Check must accompany order.
funeral services is rich in
tradition, making available the
largest Jewish staff in South
"We are most pleased that we
could assign an individual of
Keith Kronish's caliber in our
West Palm Beach Chapel," said
Riverside President Grossberg.
"His concern and compassion for
people, combined with his inate
ability to become involved in
communal life makes him n
asset to the growing Jewish com
munity of the Palm Beach area
Grossberg asserted
Kronish presently serves n
the Public Relations Commit^
of the Jewish Federation of Paim
Beach County and is a
ticipant in the Young Uadershin
Development program.
was that time off for Jewish
holidays has been refused in some
instances although federal policy
is to accommodate religious
In cultural pursuits, the
Jewish group plans an exhibit at
HUD in conjunction with the
Jewish Book Month Nov. 2-Dec.
2 which is under the national
auspices of the JWB Jewish
Book Council and to organize
Hebrew conversation and Jewish
heritage classes. Of the ap-
proximately 4,000 employees at
HUD's main offices here, about
300, or less than 10 percent, are
believed to be Jewish.
that HUD Secretary Moon
Landrieu is concerned about the
discrimination allegations and is
seeking to eliminate them. As
Mayor of New Orleans, Landrieu
developed a reputation for strong
support for civil rights, the of-
ficials said.
"His staff is working with the
Jewish group," a Landrieu aide
told JTA. "If there is
discrimination he'll do what he
can to eliminate it." Thus far,
however, no list of grievances has
been presented and "no formal
request" to see Landrieu has
been made, the aide said.
This advertisement is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy
any of these securities. The offer is made only by the Prospectus.
New Issue/October, 1980
4,400 Units
Price $5,000 per Unit
The limited partnership is offering units, consisting of a $2,500
debenture and a limited partnership interest, for the purpose of raising
funds to develop and own a hotel complex on Carmcl Beach in Haifa,
Israel, to be managed by an affiliate of Hyatt International Corporation.
First mortgage financing of approximately $16,000,000 will be provided
by an agency of the State of Israel. Up to one-half of the price of a unit
may be paid with State of Israel bonds.
Copies of the Prospectus may be obtained in any state where these
securities may lawfully be offered by calling, toll-free, 800-331-1750
(Operator 400) or contacting
the underwriter,
Loeb Partners
. or
selected dealers, including:
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette
Securities Corporation
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 13
Profile of A Refusenik-Igor Smirnov
, Bv Soviet Jewry Taak Force
I Community Relations Council
William Dansker, Chairman
leor Smirnov is a 28-year-old
|tBgineer in Leningrad^ In
| November 1979. he applied for an
Lit visa, but was refused in
I February 1980 because of his
Life's first job.
I irina. a mathematical engineer,
L long-term refusenik. She first
pied in October 1976, but was
refused four months later because
of a job she held as a computer
analyst with second degree
security clearance. Despite the
lact that she left this work in
1974, she received three mo.-e
refusals from 1977-1979.
To make their life more dif-
ficult, in December 1979, a month
after filing her emigration papers.
Irina was expelled from
Leningrad University where she
was pursuing advanced studies
Royal Palm Beach
Launches Bond Drive
, Dr. Richard Shugarman,
chairman of State of Israel Bonds
(or Palm Beach County, an-
nounces the launching of the
Royal Palm Beach Campaign
with a kick-off luncheon at the
[ home of Mrs. Sylvia Cohen. This
luncheon is in conjunction with
the Women's Division of Palm
I Beach County in anticipation of
the Fashion Show being planned
| for Dec. 18.
Irving Rifkin, Boca Raton
I Israel Bond chairman and well
known community leader, will be
the speaker at the Nov. 12
I luncheon at Mrs. Cohen's.
Mrs. Alice Wise and Mrs.
I Evelyn Deutsch are co-chairmen
and are actively working with
their committee for the success of
the Israel Bond Campaign. At
their first planning meeting with
over 20 women in attendance the
chairman stated, "Israel faces
the challenges of 1980 with the
knowledge that the Israel Bond
Campaign will play a vital and
expanding role in the nation's
economic growth."
Dr. Shugarman stated that
with the devotion shown by the
workers of Royal Palm Beach
that this year 1980-81 would be
the best year for Israel Bonds,
and went on to say that this kick-
off luncheon was only the first
event to be held in Royal Palm
Beach for the Israel Bond 1980-81
Israel Bond Accepts Goal
The Palm Beach County Israel
Bond Committee has accepted a
goal of $9 million for the 1980-81
campaign announced Israel Bond
Committee chairman Dr. Richard
Shugarman. In making this
announcement, Dr. Shugarman
stated, "This is the most am-
bitious goal accepted by our local
committee but commensurate
with the needs of the people of
"Teddy Kollek, mayor of
Jerusalem, has asked that we
accelerate the sale of Israel
Bonds to help in the unification
of Jerusalem," Dr. Shugarman
stated. He added that Palm
Beach County "hears the call and
with the support of 100 members
of the Board the goal will be
reached if not surpassed this
Last year Palm Beach County
sold 7'/i million in Israel Bonds
and were ranked 12 in the
country in Israel Bond sales, Dr.
Shugarman went on to say "that
was a tremendous growth over
the $500,000 raised only six years
ago. We are definitely growing
from strength to strength."
Dr. Shugarman continued that
with support of the many hi-rises
and condos and the very able
leadership here in Palm Beach
County that our goals for the
coming year are assured.
"Peace Negotiations began
because Israel was economically
strong" said Dr. Shugarman at a
recent Board of Governors break-
fast meeting and "Peace will be
assured if Israel maintains its
economic strength."
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at the Engineering School. She
also lost her job and has been
unable to find any kind of em-
ployment since then.
Irina's mother protests that
her daughter had no access to
secrets. She explains that Irina
"worked as a junior engineer and
had no connection to actual
design testing or implementation
. .' Both Irina and her mother
suffer from their forced
separation. Irina's mother ap-
peals to us for help in reuniting
the family: "She and I both feel
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Christians Declare
Israeli General Recalls 'Statement of Concern' for Israel
Yom Kippur War
On the Banks of the Suez: An Israeli:General's Personal
Account of the Yom Kippur War. By Avraham
[Bren] Adan. California: Presidio Press. 479p.,
ON OCTOBER 6, 1973, the Egyptians made then-
surprise attack on Israel. This was the start of the war i
which took the most casualties of all of Israel's wars. Bren
Adan tells why the Israelis were taken by surprise, how
they managed to recover and how they maintained their
A general and division commander on the southern
front during the War, Adan records his story in a diary-
like account. The reader becomes acquainted with each
maneuver and the problems of command. Even though
Israeli intelligence reports showed larged concentrations
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of men and material on the far side of the Suez, they were
too self-confident to believe that the Egyptians would
dare attack. They put it all down to maneuvers.
ADAN, noting errors and admitting mistakes,
acknowledges that Egyptian strategists "had developed a
plan tailor-made for the Egyptian's army's capabilities.
The splitting and dispersion of our armed forces on the
strategic level occurred because the IDF had to fight a
two-front war, and the Egyptians managed to surprise
and confront our small regular army only.
The dispersion of our forces on the tactical level was
achieved by their attacking on a broad front along the 160
km of the Suez Canal. The Egyptians wanted us to try to
stop them everywhere at the same time. Their hope
Christians throughout the world
have been urged by a group of
prominent church leaders to rally
behind Israel and the Jewish
people who are endangered by
"ruthless acts of violence."
In a "Statement of Concern,"
the Catholic, Evangelical and
Protestant theologians deplored
"the actions of those who try to
isolate Israel from the family of
nations"; affirmed the United
Nations as an international
forum but condemned those who
"manipulate its agencies for their
anti-Israel campaigns"; called for
a solution "as just to the
Palestinian Arabs as it is to the
Israelis," but pointed out that
"provocative and destructive"
pronouncements and actions by
the Palestine Liberation
Organization "nullify con-
structive efforts for peace and
reconciliation in the Middle
East"; and declared "our support
for a united Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel" and commended
"the exemplary fashion" in which
Israel has assured access to the
holy places and protected
religious rights.
senting the "voice of conscience"
of "multitudes of Christians,"
Portraits. By Cynthia Freeman.
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State Dep't. View Doesn't Square]
With Carter on Terrorist Force
(JTA) President Carter's
unqualified statement in
the debate with his Repub
lican opponent Ronalc
Reagan that the Palestine
Liberation Organization is
a "terrorist organization"
has been upheld by the
White House but not by the
State Department.
Another statement by
the President that the
United States has "a com-
mon defense capability'
with Egypt and Israel was
referred by the State De-
partment to the White
House for explanation. But
the White House said it
would offer comment later.
questions by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency at the State
Department. Spokesman John
.Trattner was asked, since Carter
had without qualification
described the PLO as a terrorist
organization would the Depart-
ment repudiate a statement
about the PLO it made Sept. 4.
On that date, the Depart-
ment's response when asked
whether the PLO was a terrorist
organization, was: "We view the
PLO as an organization, elements
and members of which advocate
and carry out acts of terrorism.
We condemn such acts and those.
was adopted unanimously at a
"Religious Convocation in
Support of Israel" hosted by the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith at its national
headquarters and the Halloran
House Hotel.
In the principal address to the
opening session. Dr. Paul Van
Buren, professor of religious
studies at Temple University in
Philadelphia, declared that
support of Israel is "a moral
imperative" for Christians. He
declared that Christians "are
called by God to Israel's sup-
He described Israel as "God's
experimental workshop" and said
this "has been shown to us by
God's action in rescuing a
particular band of slaves and by
bringing them into a particular
place and commending them to
live in that land in a particular
THE REV. Edward Flannery,
advisory committee member of
the Secretariat for Catholic-
Jewish Relations of the National
Council of Catholic Bishops, said
m ", Statement of Hope" ftj
Israel is "a symbol of hope^!
Christians and Jews. ^ to|
He declared that attempts bv
Arab propaganda and Soviet
imperialism to ghettoize IwZ
and make it a pariah nation must
be resisted. He asserted that "it
is paramount in the face of this
massive opposition which Israel
suffers that those who see clearly
rally to Israel's side, fight the
forces of anti-Zionism and give
assurances to the Jewish people
that they are not friendless ana
will not have to go it alone."
In a similar "Statement of
Hope," Dr. Walter Harrelson,
professor of Old Testament at the
Vanderbilt University School in
Tennessee, noted that the'
National Council of Churches is
preparing a final policy
statement on the Middle East
and expressed the "hope that the
leadership of the churches of this
land will hold fast to their
support of the State of Israel, will
never waver in that support, will
reaffirm and deepen their
commitment of faith in the
lengths that bind Judaism and
Christianity together."
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organizations and individuals
who perpetrate them."
Saying the Department
"stands on its previous state-
ment," Trattner said today that
"is the the U.S. government's
position. Okay? It is the Presi-
dent of the United States'
position. If he had time in last
night's debate to set out all of the
nuances that that position
contains, I know he would have. I
think I know everybody in-
terested in the question who
heard him say that knows what
he meant."
asked whether he would repeat
the President's own statement,
he refused. When he was pressed
about the "ambiguity" of the
Department's position, Trattnei
said the President would have
made the Department's
statement. Asked how he knows
this, he replied "because the
President thoroughly under-
stands the foreign policy of which
he is in charge."
Afterwards, JTA asked White
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dent's statement and the State
Department's position. Jenkins
replied, "Obviously he (the Presi-
dent) said what he said. We stand
on what he said last night. It
represents his position."
Trattner also had been asked
whether Carter believes that
"alleged non-terrorist elements"
of the PLO maintain the PLO
office that operates in Washing-
ton. "I don't know what the
President believes," be said.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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recent meeting held for the Women's Division of Palm
th County State of Israel Bonds Evelyn Blum, chairman,
unced that the committee this year consists of women from
I part of the county. They are actively working on the
\Bond Fashion Show being planned for Dec 18 at The
en. Shown above representing Golden Lakes Village are,
left to right, Sarah Goldfarb, Kathryn Koffs, Evelyn
}hilip Weinstein Director
IPhilip Weinstein, former vice
sident of Levitt-Weinstein
mortal Chapels of Dade,
nward, and Palm Beach
mties announced that he is
doing business as Philip
liiostein Jewish Funeral
Ktor. With the cooperation of
_eer Funeral Homes he is able
[serve the Jewish Community
Broward and South Palm
h counties with seven con-
ntly located chapels.
| In the past fifteen years he has
I only provided the finest in
run Funeral Service, he has
> been deeply involved in com-
nity affairs. In synagogue
tivities he has participated aa a
ice president and board
nber, and president of several
n s Clubs. He is a past deputy
nd chancellor in the Order
Rights of Pythias, vice
sclent of the Past Chancellors
ciation of the 11th Pythian
ittrict, a Royal Prince in the
PKK, an Odd Fellow and a
In an active role in the
i>sh Community he ia a
er of Bnai B'rith, Men's
pT, a former vice president and
fag board member of the
rish Community Day School
I a former Board Member of
[Jewish Family and Childrens
vice, and is currently
of the Mideast Task
of the Communitv R*-
Philip Weinstein
lations Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. In his professional
associations he is past president
of the Palm Beach County
Funeral Directors Association, is
currently on the legislative com-
mittee of the Florida Funeral
Directors Association, and ac-
tively participates in the Jewish
Funeral Directors of America. He
is also on the management board
of First American Bank of Palm
Beach County.
Weinstein has been a resident
of the South Florida area for the
past 28 years and will be residing
in northern Broward County with
his wife Gail and their children,
Craig and Lori.
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Evelyn Blum, Women's Division Chairman of Palm Beach County State of Israel Bonds an-
nounces that Mrs. Sol Steinberg has assumed the Chairmanship of the Israel Bond Fashion
Show for the second year. Mrs. Steinberg, in accepting this position, states "that Israel's needs
for the coming year are greater than ever before and that the women of Palm Beach County hear
the challenge and will answer that challenge with their support through Israel Bonds. "At the
opening meeting to plan the 1980-81 Israel Bond Campaign 100 women met to inaugurate the
plans for the Fashion Show to be held at The Breakers on Dec. 18. Women from all over the
county are working. Pictured above are some of those in attendance: Top left to right, Fran
Reiben, Esther Kamin, Evelyn Blum, Chairman, Claire Broun, Blossom Cohen, Laura London,
Ilse Mollen, Mildred Nagler, Esther Kurlin, Gladys Bisgaier; bottom (left to right): Rebeca
Seigel, Harriet Young, Jean PoUkoff, Shirley Fleischman, and Lillian Percy.
International Monetary Fund Refuses Bank Leumi
International Monetary
Conference, a federation of
some of the world's most
important banks, has re-
fused membership to Bank
Leumi of Israel, which
stands 90th in international
banking, but extended an
invitation to a Saudi
Arabian bank, considerably
smaller, which refused it.
This is revealed in the
latest issue of Boycott Re-,
port published by the
American Jewish Congress
and edited by Will Maslow
and Richard Cohen. The
Report is issued nine times
a year.
THE ACTION was taken by
the board of the International
Monetary Conference, composed
of eight American banks, in-
cluding two from New York
Chemical and Citibank.
The board agreed that Bank
Leumi had the qualifications but
rejected the application in fear
that admission of an Israeli bank
would make it impossible for
' Arab banks to join, none of which
is a member now, according to
the A JCongress report.
The publication lists com-
panies which have complied with
or rejected Arab requests for
information as to their
"Jewishness" or that of their
employees. Those that refused to
comply and turned down
Dusiness with the Arab states
0 Advance Glove Manufac-
turing Company, Detroit, which
was advised that bids from a
Saudi company will not be
received from "any Jewish-owned
firm," and American Life
Insurance Co., Wilmington, Del.,
which received a request from the
Jordanian Ministry of National
Economy requesting a list of
company employees and their
religion for renewal of a license
for insurance operations in that
lountry, refused to comply.
Buck Engineering Company,
Farmingdale, N.J., refused an
invitation from Syria to bid on a
contract which specified that it
would be cancelled if the con-
tractor used Jews in fulfilling it.
Cooper Industries, Houston,
refused to comply with a
specification from Qatar that if
components are made by a
Jewish company, the name
ind/or the brand be omitted
Tom the invoice.
CH2M HID International,
Portland, Ore., rejected a con-
tract from the Saudi Arabian
Ministry of Municipal and Rural
Affairs that called for a list of the
nationalities and religion "of all
professional staff." International
I Francisco, refused to comply
with a Saudi request for a list of
I the religions of certain personnel.
Also, Wallace International
Ltd., Dallas, did not comply with
a request from Egypt for the
birth, nationality and religion of
all its directors.
comply with boycott
requirements included: Beck
International, Dallas, which
supplied statements to Saudi
Arabia certifying that the 15
employees for whom it asked
visas oelonged to Christian
churches; and Central Scientific
Company, Chicago, which com-
olied with an invitation from
Syria to bid on a project calling
for certification on visa ap-
plications that their employees
were Christians.
According to the minutes of
the recent meeting in Tunis of the
Arab League a copy of which
jwas obtained by Boycott Report
i a ban against Iranian com-
panies that had formerly dealt
with Israel was lifted following
the breaking of all ties between
Iran and Israel. Boycott offices in
16 non-Arab countries were
continued, including -the U.S.,
and new offices were .opened in
i Canada, Kenya, Spain and
Because of the "hea
on the boycott office i
in light of the lar,.
trade with Israel, an
for "standing guard
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Muskie Says U.S. Will Veto UN Moves Seen 'Unfair
Secretary of State Edmund
Muskie has vowed that the
United States will veto any
resolution at the United
Nations that called for
sanctions against Israel or
tried to change Security
Council Resolution 242.
The United States is deter-
mined to veto "any
malicious, unfair" reso-
lution against Israel at the
Security Council, Muskie
Addressing some 200 leaders of
Jewish organizations and com-
munities in the metropolitan area
at a meeting at the Hilton Hotel
here sponsored by the Jewish
Community Relations Council of
New York, Muskie reiterated the
Carter Administration's commit-
ment to Israel, noting that under
President Carter the U.S. pro-
vided Israel with over $10 billion
in economic and military aid.
Israel is not just a moral commit-
ment," the Secretary of State
said. "It comes out of a clear
sense of our national interest."
He said that Israel's security is
also essential to the U.S. because
it is essential to the achievement
of a comprehensive peace in the
Mideast. He added that the
Camp David process is the best
way to achieve a comprehensive
peace between Israel and its
During the question-and-
answer period at the meeting,
Muskie was criticized for al
legedly saying that Israel's adop
tion of the law proclaiming united
Jerusalem as its capital was
destructive of the peace process.
To that Muskie replied: "I did
not use those words and although
1 am your guest I will not stand
by and allow you to put my
position in those words. I did not
use the word destructive. I said it
could have, would have and did
have the effect of disrupting and
interrupting the Camp David
process. Whether it is
destructive, you have to make
the judgement."
ANOTHER representative of
the Carter Administration, Sol
Linowitz, the special American
envoy to the Mideast, claimed
that substantial progress had
been made concerning the issue
of autonomy for the Palestinians
in the West Bank and the Gaza
Strip. He said that it is time the
Palestinians take a close look at
what had been achieved.
Linowitz, who spoke at the
Economic Club here, said the
progress that had been made is
giving the concept of full auton-
omy significant meaning and
content. "I believe we are now at
to All Our Friends
During the question-.
and-answer period at
the meeting, Muskie
was criticized for
allegedly saying that'
Israel's adoption of the
law proclaiming united
Jerusalem as its capital
was destructive of the"
peace process.
a point where the Palestinians
should look long and hard at our
process. And I hope they can be
persuaded to do so."
Linowitz said that he met with
the leaders of Jordan, Saudi
! Arabia and Morocco, urging their
support of the autonomy nego-
tiations. "With all of them, I
have discussed our objectives in
the negotiations and the reasons |
why we believe our course holds
out the promise of a better way of
life for the Palestinians. I can tell
you that they are watching our
negotiations with great interest,
as the only game in town."
LINOWITZ expressed op-
timism over the autonomy nego-
tiations also in an address Oct. 26
to the National Executive Coun-
cil of the American Jewish Com-
mittee at the Bond Court Hotel in
Cleveland. Expressing hope,
Linowitz said that "during our
recent negotiating session in
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He said that both Israel and
dangers of attack t.
agree that Israel's disorder musS ""?>.
guarded against.
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security must be fully preserved
and protected, and that the
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Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren has come under severe
criticism in the press and public
opinion here for having gone to
Cleveland for a quadruple bypass
operation by an American
surgeon. The operation was per-
formed successfully by Dr. Floyd
Loop who performed a similar
operation on King Khalid of
Saudi Arabia two years ago.
The criticism is two-fold.
Goren is being taken to task for
having surgery performed abroad
when hundreds of similar
operations are performed each
year at Israeli hospitals. People
are also incensed over the rights
and privileges of important
public figures to have their
medical expenses covered by the
public purse, including expenses
incurred abroad.
THE GOREN case has stirred
debate here over the various laws
and regulations awarding
medical benefits to VIPs. These
laws and regulations are not
entirely clear. Some top level
persons, including government
ministers, are entitled to public
defrayment of their medical
expenses and those of members
of their families. Several news-
papers have called for a thorough
overhaul of the entire system so
that such benefits are limited
only to the highest office-holders.
The question of when the
public should pay the medical
bills of officials who receive t
ment abroad is also being L
In Goren's case, his isr
physician, Dr. Henry Neufel
*?' of, cardiology at the She!
Medical Center, did not re
mend that the Chief Rabbi
overseas for surgery. But Gon
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