The Jewish Floridian of South County

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Boca Raton, Fla
F.K. Shochet.
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February 11, 1983
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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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<*Uewisti Floridian
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Betray Beach and Highland Beach
Volume 5 Number 6
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, February 11,1983
Price 35 Cents
Israel Seen Pressing For Outposts
I Israeli-Lebanese discus-
jsions are marking time
itil U.S. special Ambas-
sador Philip Habib returns
to the Middle East from
Washington, possibly with
New American proposals to
break the negotiating stale-
I mate.
They said that was the real
I reason why the subcommittees
set up last week to deal with var-
ious agenda items did not hold
their scheduled meetings. The of-
ficial reason was that the Israelis
and Lebanese could not agree on
la site. Israel wanted the subcom-
mittees to meet in Herzliya, a
seaside resort just north of Tel
lAviv, while the Lebanese prefer-
red Nahariya near the Lebanon-
llsrael border.
venue was called "minor and
technical" by Israeli officials
with each side's preference mo-
tivated by "convenience." But
the fact that such a small matter
could not be settled gave cre-
dence to reports that the Israelis
and Lebanese have nothing to
talk about until Habib returns.
They met at Khalde where each
side reiterated its position in
what was described aa an ex-
change of "hardline" speeches.
Habib returned to Washington
with no progress to report after a
week of intensive talks with top
Israeli officials.
In the expectation that the
U.S. will blame Israel for block-
ing an agreement on the with-
drawal of foreign forces from
Lebanon, the Israelis have
mounted their own offensive, ac-
cusing Washington of counseling
Talks With Lebanon Mark Time as
U.S. Charged With Blocking Settlement
A Triumph For Singles
On Sunday, Jan. 30, over 140
I.Jewish single people gathered at
the National Adult Enrichment
Center in Boca Raton for a Super
Bowl Sunday bash, marking a
huge success for the first venture
[oTSouth County Jewish Singles.
The National Adult Enrich
Jment Center, located 1700 N.W.
|<^iid Avenue, was the perfect set-
ting for such a function. People
met and mingled while enjoying
[the game on a large screen TV,
munching on hero sandwiches
| and drinking beer and wine.
The group was recently formed
I tu meet the ever-growing needs of
I lie single population in South
County, and will offer a smor-
gasbord of activities from which
I to choose.
Programming for unmarried
people has, for the most part,
Ik-en unilateral in content; this
Jnew and energetic group hopes to
lotfer a wide variety of programs
appealing to people of all ages,
backgrounds and interests. Some
ideas on the agenda include scuba
diving lessons, theatre parties, a
road rally and scavenger hunt, a
selection of seminars-courses and
sports activities.
This initial event brought peo-
ple of all ages together in an in-
formal, relaxed atmosphere. An
announcement was made during
half-time regarding planning for
future activities and two "plan-
ning meeting" dates have been
scheduled. Those interested in
participating in the under 45-50
group are welcome to attend the
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 8, and
those interested in the over 45-50
group are invited to the Feb. 9
meeting. Both meetings are
scheduled for 5:30 p.m. at the
Federation office, 2200 N.
Federal Hwy. Suite 206 in Boca
Raton. Call Geri Rosenberg at
368-2737 for additional informa-
the Lebanese not to accept the
Israeli positions.
blaming Saudi Arabia for putting
pressure on Lebanon. Haaretz re-
ported today that the Saudi gov-
ernment has sent a strong, clear
message to President Amin
Gemayel of Lebanon that it
would view with grave disfavor
any normalization of ties between
Lebanon and Israel.
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir told a group of visiting
members of the Australian par-
liament this week that Arab
pressure was the "main problem"
holding up the negotiations.
He made the same point in the
Knesset. According to Shamir,
"the Lebanese people by and
large harbor friendly feelings to-
ward Israel. If Lebanon were
allowed to act according to its
own sovereign will, it would de-
cide to maintain good neighborly
relations with Israel," Shamir
The term "good neighborly re-
lations" was a point of contention
in the recent negotiations over an
agenda. The Lebanese rejected it
as too far-reaching and the Israe-
lis finally settled for the more
ambiguous phrase, "mutual re-
PREMIER Menachem Begin
told a visiting group of pro-Israel
American lobbyists that Israel
wants to avoid a confrontation
with Washington over its securi-
ty demands and seeks to solve
outstanding problems through
dialogue. Begin also cited Saudi
pressures on Lebanon as the
prime cause of Beirut's rejection
of Israel's terms.
One of those terms Israel's
demand that its own soldiers
alone man the early warning sta-
tions in the security zone in south
Lebanon was criticized by
Labor Party Chairman Shimon
Peres. The opposition leader told
an audience in Jerusalem that
such stations were not necessary
because they would not be effec-
tive in the thickly populated ter-
ritory of south Lebanon.
Peres contrasted that territory
with the virtually empty stretch-
es of Sinai where electronic warn-
ing stations, manned by Ameri-
cans, functioned until all of Sinai
was returned to Egypt last
BUT IT became clear from
Cabinet leaks that the govern-
ment is seeking not simply ad-
vance warning stations but per-
manent Israeli military outposts
in south Lebanon from which sol-
diers could track down and pur-
sue terrorist infiltrators.
Peres also differed from the
government over the role of the
United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon (UNIFIL). The UN Se-
curity Council voted last week to
extend the UNIFIL mandate for
another six months, despite
strong objections from Israel.
Peres said he thought UNIFIL
could play a useful role and sug-
gested that it be used to guard
Palestinian refugee camps
throughout Lebanon, meaning in
the north of that country as well
as the south where UNIFIL pres-
ently operates.
Peres did agree with the gov-
ernment's position that Maj.
Saad Haddad's Christian militia
should play a key role within the
Lebanese army in policing south
Lebanon after Israel withdraws.
Clubs' Bias Needs Banning
American Jewish Commit-
tee is urging the nation's
governors to issue direc-
tives barring their states'
officials from conducting
state business in clubs that
discriminate on the basis of
race, religion, national
origin, or gender.
Noting that Governor Hugh
Carey of New York issued such a
directive in 1980, Maynard I.
Wishner, AJC national presi-
dent, pointed out, in letters to
other governors, that states that
lacked similar regulations were in
effect supporting discrimination.
discriminatory in their member-
ship practices are the last bas-
tions of legalized bigotry in the
nation," declared Mr. Wishner,
adding: "It is particularly
distressing that these discrimi-
natory clubs often receive in-
direct government support, both
because business expenses in-
curred by members are tax-
deductible, and because govern-
ment business is often conducted
in these clubs."
Jewish Theological Seminary to Honor Abby Levine
Abner Levine of Lawrence,
New York and Del ray Beach,
Florida, will be a recipient of the
National Community Service
Award of The Jewish The-
ological Seminary of America at
its 24th Annual Convocation
Dinner in Hollywood, Florida on
Sunday, Feb. 20, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Gerson D. Cohen,
Chancellor of the Seminary.
Mr. Levine is a former chair-
man and long-time leader of
Temple Beth-El in Cedarhurst,
Long Island. He has been active
on Long Island also aa a former
trustee and police chief of Law-
rence, L.I. and as a former presi-
dent of the Lawrence Golf Club
and vice president of the Five
Towns Community Cheat.
He now divides his time be-
tween Long Island and Florida
and is currently campaign chair-
man of the South County Jewish
Federation UJA Drive in
Florida. He is a veteran leader of
the South County Jewish
Federation, which he has served
as a vice-president and executive
committee member. He is a mem-
ber of the B'nai Torah Congrega-
tion in Boca Raton and has been
active for the B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League there.
The National Community
Service Award is conferred for
distinctive and continuing serv-
ice to the community-at-large, for
devotion to Judaism and com-
mitment to widening its influence
for the good of all people.
Mr. Levine, who was in the
textile industry until 1972, en-
tered the real estate field and is
now president of Elsee Indus-
Throughout the years, he has
been active politically, aa well aa
in community affairs. He was the
financial chairman for George
McGovern's Presidential cam-
paign and for Howard Samuel's
gubernatorial campaign in New
Mr. Levine is a member of the
National Council of the American
Israel Public Affairs Committee
and served as co-chairman with
Howard Samuels in founding the
successful Greater New York
Mobilization Campaign. He haa
long been an influential supporter
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary and is a sponsor of The
Edward Sandrow Psychiatry
Chair at the Seminary.
The Jewish Theological
Seminary is now in its 97th year.
It is the parent body of Con-
servative Judaism, the largest
Jewish religious group on the
American continent. The
Seminary is the training ground
for Conservative Jewish religious
leaders and educators.
It is also a leader in developing
interfaith understanding and
action and is widely known for its
"Eternal Light" radio and televi-
sion broadcasts in the NBC net-
work. It also sponsors the world
famous Jewish Museum in New
York. The Seminary is now com-
pleting a new library complex to
house its collections of Jewish
and Hebrew works, which are
widely considered to be the
world's greatest.

Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, Febnuuy 11,19J
Contrary to Popular Opinion
Unemployment Said To Be Hitting Jews Especially Hard
Contrary to popular opinion,
unemployment is hitting Jews
especially hard, according to
Alfred Miller, the executive
director of the Federation
Employment and Guidance
Service From the last-hired, first-fired
Jews in executive suites, to Rus-
sian immigrants at entry-level as
well as professional-level jobs, to
many professionals in the area of
human services a disproportiona-
te number of Jews are out of
work. Miller said.
"While people think the
unemployment rate, now ap-
proaching 11 percent, is not that
bad in the Jewish community,
budget cuts and economic
problems have occurred in areas
where there's a high Jewish
concentration." he told a meeting
ot the United Jewish Appeal-
Federation Women's Campaign
Advisory Board.
Bienstock. former regional labor
commissioner for the Bureau of
Labor Statistics of the Depart-
ment of Labor, now head of
CUNY Queens College Center for
Urban Affairs and consultant of
FEGS, close to 100.000 Jews are
unemployed in the New York
City area. Probably some 250.000
to 300,000 Jews are unemployed
nationally, according to his
Miller pointed out that some
5,000 Jewish professionals in the
Greater New York area are
registered with FEGS. This
number, which represents only
the people who have come to
FEGS for help, is up approxima-
Foscell Wants to Repeal
Withholding on Dividends
Congressman Dante Fascell
(D., Fla.) will co-sponsor legisla-
tion to repeal the withholding of
taxes on dividend and interest
income when the Congress
reconvenes later this month.
Unless this legislation is
enacted, taxes on such income
will be withheld beginning on
July 1. as a result of a provision
added to a tax bill by the U.S.
Senate last year. The House of
Representatives never had a real
opportunity to study or fully
consider the measure.
Fascell noted that the provi- '
sion was intended to catch
taxpayers who try to cheat the
federal government by not re-
porting income from interest and
dividends. However, he pointed
out that the vast majority of
taxpayers are honest and should
not be penalized for the sake of a
"Instead of instituting a
complicated procedure which will
not only deprive many citizens of
income they can use immediately,
but which will also add consider-
ably more paperwork for banks
and investment companies, we
should improve reporting re-
quirements to ensure that would-
be cheaters are discouraged.''
Fascell said.
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tely 30 percent from a year ago.
The number a year ago was up 40
percent from the previous year.
Of the 5.000 professionals, about
500 to 750 are from the communal
service and social service sectors.
THE REST of the unemployed
registered Jewish professionals
have been laid off from
businesses. They include ac-
countants, architects, chemical
engineers, architectural
engineers, electrical engineers,
mechanical engineers, office
managers, lawyers, business
administrators, and computer
programmers. In fact, about 10
percent, or a total of 400, are
computer programmers, ac-
cording to Miller.
"Nobody is safe from this,"
Miller said. "Unemployment is
permeating the entire Jewish
community, the whole gamut of
the Jewish economic base." He
noted that, in addition, "Hun-
dreds of professionals such as
social workers, psychologists,
rehabilitation counselors,
teachers, as well as Jews whose
small businesses have failed,
have registered with FEGS for
In presenting a breakdown of
the areas of unemployment and
the changing nature of the
jobless. Miller said that in the
past. FEGS has helped
. traditionally unemployed, not
professionals. In the past, FEGS
would handle job placements for
250 Jewish professionals,
compared to the present number
of 5,000. Last year, he said, with
the impact of federal budget cuts,
FEGS was handling unemployed
social service professionals. This
year. Miller said, it's business
professionals from the private
FEGS, he noted, is also seeing
an increasing number of Russian
Jewish immigrants who were the
last hired and first fired not only
from entry-level jobs but also
from professions. including
engineers, office workers, and
workers in the skilled trades.
The agency's Executive Suite
Program, a joint undertaking
with the American Jewish Com-
mittee to get Jews into the upper
echelons of major corporations, is
also feeling the effects of in-
creased layoffs. "We're seeing a
tremendous amount of people
who finally got into corporation
hierarchies suddenly being let
go," Miller said.
In addition to job placements,
FEGS provides vocational
training along with mental health
treatment services and a variety
jf developmental business and
industry projects in New York
and abroad. Miller stressed that
six percent of the FEGS budget
received from UJA-Federation
Campaign provides leverage for
the agency's $17 million funding
for programs in 50 locations
throughout New York City, and
Nassau. Suffolk and Westchester
counties. Some 50 to 60 percent
of FEGS' 70,000 clients are
FEGS' far-reaching projects
include the American-Israeli
Technical Assistance Committee
formed eight years ago with
Israel's Ministry of Labor to help
the Jewish state's handicapped.
"Eighty percent of the American
organizations that joined
provide technical assistance
non-Jewiab," Miller said
had helped them develop c
and programs in their hour"
need, so they helped us in ourj -
FEGS is currently 8dbm1
heading a project to revitaZ
Israel's jewelry industry. i^Ti
will be trained to create i
The following have Joined the 'Win-
ning Team' (or Super Sunday M
March 30 South County Jewish
Federation la putting you on the Mm.
Ida Abrahjui, Boca Teeca
Al Abraham, BocaTeeca
Herman AugenbUck. Huntlngton Lake*
Helen A vim. J WUA
Jamea B. Baer, Federation
Margie Baer. Federation
Dr. Arnold Berliner. Federation
Tonl Berliner. Federation
Ed Boblck. Federation
Marianne Boblck, Federation
Dorothy Brand. Federation
Mrs. Irving Burglaas, Federation
Irving Burglaas. Federation
Bob Byrnes. Federation
Jenna Byrnes. Federation
Doris Cantor. Boca Lago
Estrella Cases. FederaUon
Molses Cases, Federation
Lillian Chodash. Temple Slnal
Blossom Cooper, Temple Slnal
Eric Decklnger. FederaUon
Rhoda Denney. Century Village
Yetta Dogan. JWVA
Jay Elchler. FederaUon
Etlaaa Ellant. Federation
Marlon Engle. FederaUon
Esther Feldman. Federation
Gloria Flveaon. FederaUon
Adam Flveson, Federation
Walter Flveson. Federation
Daniel Freed. FederaUon
Harriet Freed, FederaUon
Al Gardner. JWVA
Elsie Gardner, JWVA
Mollle Garflnkle. Kings Point
Sylvia Gardner. High Point W
Jack Gerlnger, JWVA
Roa Gerlnger. JWVA
Betty Goldenberg. Chalfonte
Robert Goldman. No.3144 B'nal B'rlth
Ida Goren, JWVA
Al Gortx. FederaUon
Harvey Grossman. FederaUon
Rox Grossman. Federation
May Gould. Oriole
Bea Hoilabow, Boca Teeca
DoUy Hanner. JWVA
Irving Hanner. JWVA
Harriet Herskowltx. JWVA
Esther Hotteld. Boca West
Dr. Nathan Hoffeld. Boca West
Alfred Horowitz, B'nal Torah
Eleanor JonUff, B'nal Torah
Sheldon JonUff. B'nal Torah
Dr. Dalla Kalal, Federation
Dr. Url Kalal. Federation
Tom Katz, Federation
Karen Kaufman. FederaUon
Lee Kaufman. Federation
Rose Kaufman. Century Village
Edward Klngsley. Oriole
Margaret KotUer. FederaUon
Milton Kretaky. Federation
Jody Lechtenberg
Barbara Leln. FederaUon
Abner Levtne, FederaUon
Deborah Levtne, Oriole
Jack Levlne, Oriole
Dr. Daniel Man. FederaUon
Dena Man. Federation
Sanford Federation
Sheni Meade. Federation
Linda Melcer. FederaUon
Steve Melcer. Federation
Dr. William Meyeraon, Federation
Roberta Meyeraon. FederaUon
Morris Morris. FederaUon
Albert Omanaky. Federation
Esther Omansky. Federation
Al Ostrtck. FederaUon
David Perllne. Boca Tiers
Roslyn Perllne. Boca Tiers
DotUe Perslco. FederaUon
Nick Perslco. Federation
Meryle Praeger. JWVA
Elaine Roberts. Temple Beth El
Lou Rlfkln. Federation
Rose Rlfkln. Federation
Charlotte Robinson. FederaUon
Marc la Roff. Boca Teeca
Sylvia Rosen. JWVA
Eleanor Rukln, FederaUon
Arnold Rosenthal. FederaUon
Naomi Sachs, Federation
Albert Segal, FederaUon
Betty Slegel. Federation
Iz Slegel. Free Sons of Israel
Berenice Schankerman, Federation
Joe S Schenk. Temple Emeth
Edith Silver. JWVA
Myroa Stein. Temple Bethel
Eve Steinberg. Coco Woods
Lenore Steinberg. FederaUon
Mark Steinberg, B'nal Torah
Paul Steinberg. Federation
Roberta Steinberg. B'nal Torah
Joe Steinberg. Coco Wood Lakes
Jack Stone. FederaUon
Norman Stone. Federation
Joel Tanen. Federation
Andrea Trlpp, Federation
Marge Tepperman, JWVA
Sydelle Turman. JWVA
Grace Warner, Century VUlage
Seymour Warner. Century VUlage
Lynn Warshal. Federation
Rabbi Bruce Warshal, FederaUon
Miriam Wetner. Temple Beth El
Gladys Welnahank. FederaUon
Mayer Welnahank. Federation
Eleanor Wolff. Federation
Morris Wolff. Federation
Dorothy Young. Atlantic Demo Club
Tom Young, Atlantic Demo Club
Dr. Joa Zlnns. Federation
Marilyn Zlnns, FederaUon
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Friday. Februar '. 198o
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
New in Brief
U.S. Denies Clash With Israeli Forces
By JTA Service
I Department denied as being
without "substance" a charge by
an Israeli general that the zone
being patrolled by U.S. marines
Lin Beirut had become a "buffer"
[used by Palestinian terrorists to
attack Israeli troops and then flee
I to safety.
"We have no information to
I suggest that the PLO are slip-
ping through the marines'
cordon," Department spokesman
John Hughes said. He added that
if that was the case there "cer-
tainly are adequate mechanisms"
[which the Israelis could use to
iscuss the situation with the
The charge was made by Maj.
I Gen. Amir Drori. the Israel army
northern commander. His
I remarks were explained later by
Ithe army's chief spokesman.
Brig. Gen. Yaacov Even, who
noted that since Dec. 22 there
I have been nine incidents near the
U.S. lines in which one Israeli
Iwas killed and 25 wounded.
Butcher of Lyon
I Arrested in La Paz
PARIS Klaus Barbie, the
I"Butcher of Lyon," was arrested
in La Paz, Bolivia, where he is
being held while the Bolivian
Supreme Court is studying the
West German request for his
extradition. Barbie is wanted for
war crimes and for his partici-
pation in the deportation of
thousands of Jews of Lyon,
where he served during the Nazi
occupation of France as chief of
The French press quotes the
Bolivian Minister for Foreign
Affairs, Mario Velarde, as
8*ving, "We shall go ahead with
his extradition." The minister
also said that Barbie, who in
Bolivia uses the name of Klaus
Altmann. was arrested for a local
criminal offense. He is charged
with fraudulently obtaining
$10,000 from a state-owned
company, Comibol, in 197S.
Barbie was sentenced to death
after the war by a French
military court which judged him
in absentia.
Let My Husband Go,
Avltal Tall Andropov
Sharansky, wife of Prisoner of
Conscience Anatoly Sharansky,
said here that she has been
Churches Say PLO Must
Come to Recognize Israel
ffinal of the World Council of
Churches declared here that the
Lime has come for the Palestine
liberation Organization to
Recognize Israel.
According to Ninan Koshy. in-
ernational affairs director of the
'('('. "a declaration of inten-
tion" by the PLO to recognize
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Israel's right to exist as a state
would strengthen the present
political momentum for a genuine
peace in the Middle East. Koshy
spoke on occasion of the Interna-
tional Day of Solidarity with the
Palestinian People.
He said the situation
demanded that the PLO take
advantage of the favorable
factors in order to capitalize on
the good will it has earned and to
take bold steps. Those remarks
by a representative of an organi-
zation that has always been
sharply critical of Israel's policies
came as a surprise.
The WCC represents more
than 300 Protestant denomina-
tions in 100 countries. Koshy said
that it supports the efforts of the
peace movements in Israel and
among sections of the Jewish
people around the world who also
affirm the rights of the
Palestinian people and appeal for
co-existence between Israelis and
Palestinians in two mutually re-
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"unable to independently verify a
report from Moscow" that her
husband has ended the hunger
strike he began last Sept. 26.
She called upon Soviet Com-
munist Party leader Yuri Andro-
pov to "allow me personally to go
to the Soviet Union and see my
husband, together with my
mother-in-law, Ida Milgrom."
Mrs. Sharansky made this
appeal at a news conference
convened by the Greater New
York Conference on Soviet
Jewry, the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry and the Student
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was responding to reports that
Andropov, in a letter to French
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he is in "satisfactory condition,"
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No-Confidence Motion
JERUSALEM The coali-
tion easily defeated two no-
government's social policies in
the Knesset last week. The vote
was 60-51.
The motions were presented by
the Labor Alignment and the
Hadash (Communist) party on
the basis of surveys showing that
poverty has increased in Israel
under the Likud-led government.
According to the surveys,
published by the National
Insurance Institute, more than
300.000 Israelis live below the
poverty line.
These include 70,000 children
and 155,000 elderly persons. The
poverty line is defined by a
monthly income of 16,000
Shekels for a family of four.
Speaking for the Alignment,
MK Rafael Edri said the figures
were ample proof of the govern-
ment's failure to cope with
poverty. Charlie Biton of Hadash
claimed that people were actually
going hungry in Israel. He said
people could be seen scavenging
garbage cans for food in the
Naipaul Wins Coveted
1 Jerusalem Prizo
TEL AVIV VS. Naipaul,
the 51-year-old writer born in
Trinidad of Indian Brahmin
parentage and a long-time
resident of Britain, is to be
awarded the 1963 Jerusalem
Prize for literature, at a ceremony
at the 11th Jerusalem Interna-
tional Book Fair on Apr. 27,
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek
and the award committee an-
nounced at a press conference
last week.
The jury, whose other mem-*
bers are Hebrew University
philosophy professor Yirmiyahu
Yovel and writer A.B. Yehoshua,
cited Naipaul for his "successful
portrayal of the struggle of the
individual to maintain freedom
and independence."
Public Notice
The nominating committee of the South County Jewish
Federation will convene on Monday Feb. 14.
All suggestions for nominations will be appreciated and will
be seriously considered.
Sixteen Board positions as well as the positions of President,
three Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer will be filled for
the year '83-'84.
Sixteen additional will complete their existing terms.
Please call Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal, Executive Director of the
Federation or Helen Eichler, Assistant Executive Director at
368-2737 with your suggestions.
Nominating Committee Chairman

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Friday. Pebrnary 11, i^l
Fncfcy. February 11.1983
Envoy Argot)
IJTAl President Reagan
vowed last weak to con-
aaaji, tmue his efforts lor Mideast
peace as outlined in his
*t r Sept. 1 peace initiative.
i In his State of the Union
- address, devoted chiefly to
2S8HEVAT5743 ^o^, Rmgan ,*&
that in his peace initiative
Three Arabs Go on Trial For "L?1L*Z
begun so promisingly at
Camp David.
All the people of the Mideast
should know that, in the yaw
head, we will oot flag in our ef
forts Co build on that foundation
to bring them the blessings of
NOTING THAT "we should
be proud of our role as peace-
makers." the PreakVnf stressed
that the US "played a major
role in ending the tragic fighting
in Lebanon and negotiated the
withdrawal of the PLO from Bei-
This theme was also stressed in
the Administration's midterm re-
port on Reagan's two years in of-
fice. The US-page report, which
only mentions the Mideast brief-
ly, was issued by the White
House. Among 10 major accom-
plishments the report said were
made in Reagan's first two years
in office was that the "prospect
for Mideast peace advanced"
through the peace initiative and
the efforts m Lebanon.
Reagan's proposals for Mid-
east peace 'launched a fresh start
toward a settlement of conflict
there that would ensure Israel's
security and the legitimate rights
of the Pa lestinians,'' the midterm
review said in its introduction.
"The year ended with historic
talks ongoing between Lebanon
aad Israel (with US participat
sag) on the removal of
i from Lebanon.
THE REVIEW also noted that
"the U.S was instrumental in es-
tablishing a multinational force
and observers for the Sinai in the
context of heaping Israel and
Egypt work out the details per
mittlng completion of the Israeli
withdrawal from Egyptian terri-
tory and full implementation of
the Egypt-Israel peace treaty."
The review said that primarily
due to the efforts of the President
and Ambassador Philip Hat*
"the U.8. helped stoptks wik |
Lebanon and achieved the wak.
drawal of PLO forces from B
rut. Working doaely with LaV
non and other states involved,'
the President has ewiphasiatd tk>
urgency of achieving a j3
drawal of all foreign forces f*J
Lebanon." "^fr*!
On Reagan's peace uutiatin.
the review noted the "lughr/^
stroctive" visit by
League rlslagatiuu to the WkZ
House last year as "suustrsirw.
the ponUve movement which k
taken place in the direction (i
President outlined' "*
LONDON (JTA Time Arabs
hers of a PLO splinter group went on trial here last
for the attempted murder of Shlomo Argov. the Israeli
Ambassador to Britain, who was shot and severely
wounded last June 3 outside s London hotel.
The defendants, Hussein Ahmad Ghassan Said and
Marwa Al Banns, both Jordanians and Novoff Nagib
Meflehel Rosan. an Iraqi, pleaded not guilty to the
charges of shooting Argov and his police bodyguard. Ac-
cording to a prosecutor, Argov was shot in the head by
Said who was wounded by police when he attempted to
THE THREE MEN were identified as members of the
Palestine Liberation Movement, a little-known breakaway
faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization. Accord
ing to Scotland Yard, they had a "hit list" of prominent
Israelis targeted for assassination. Argov suffered brain
damage and remains hospitalized.
Middle east oxymoron
The Administration is seekings quick fig in Lebanon. "Get
your troops out now," it tells Israel in effect "Later you can
worry about normalization and even peace. Don't make a fuss
over security arrangements. Just leave."
Not surprisingly. the Israehs are balking. They went into
Lebanon not to maintain the status quo but to remove the
terrorist menace that threatened northern Israel They also went
in to help restore Lebanese sovereignty so that the Beirut
government would feel free to normalize relations with I wad.
The Administration is telling Israel to forget those goals. Its
goal is speedy Israeli withdrawal.
The most maddening aspect of the Administration's attitude
is that it has little to do with the situation in Lebanon. It talks
Lebanon, but over its shoulder it's watching Jordan. It fears
that Kins; Hussein will not make any move toward negotiations
with Israel until Israeli troops leave Lebanon. In pursuit of a
nod and a smile from King Hussein, it is willing to give up the
best chance in decades for real peace between Israel and
Lebanon. Moreover, it ignores the likelihood that if Israel
should leave Lebanon without normalization and viable security
arrangements the stage will be set for another Lebanon war.
It is time for the Administration to focus on the Lebanese-
Israeli negotiations, rather than subordinating them to hoped-
for developments in Amman. Peace, or at least normalization,
between Israel and any Arab state can only advance the chances
for a region-wide peace. To suggest the contrary, by word or
deed, is to substitute an oxymoron for a simple fact.
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March 20
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7Yte Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 5
Four Senators 'Stand Out'
They're Unusually Hostile
Among the 33 incumbent
[Senators whose terms ex-
>pire in 1984, four stand out
for their unusually hostile
stances on issues of deep
concern to friends of Israel.
The Gang of Four are Sens.
Charles Percey (R., 111.),
Jesse Helms (R., N.C.),
Mark Hatfield (H., Ore.)
land James McClure (R.,
Percy, the 63 year-old chair-
Iman of the Foreign Relations
Committee, will be seeking a
fourth term. Mindful of his nar-
row victory in 1978, Percy is al-
ready gearing up his fundraising
efforts for 1984 and will un-
doubtedly again be seeking sup-
port from Chicago'8 sizeable and
politically active Jewish com-
I munity.
HIS TWO-YEAR stint as
I chairman has provided Percy
with a high-profile platform to
espouse his criticism of-.Israel.
This was exemplified by bis 1980
Itrip to the Soviet Union, where
I Percy was quoted by accompany-
ing State Department officials as
I supporting "Arafat's dream" of a
/cst Bank Palestinian state.
I Previously he had refused to sign
the Letter of '76, which rejected
|the Ford plans to "reasses" U.S.
Nations with Israel, despite per-
Isonal pleas by his friend and
[long-time political ally, former
iSen. Jack Javits.
There are numerous recent
I Percy statements criticizing Is-
jritt'li actions and supporting U.S.
[sanctions in response. Percy has
[supported both major sales to
J Saudi Arabia but surprisingly,
JLnow that reelection is looming
i closer, the Illinois Senator has
begun to modify his Middle East
stance in hope of obtaining Jew-
ish support which he clearly does
I not deserve based on his actions.
A strong primary challenge is
expected from Rep. Tom Cor-
Dran, a firm friend and initiator
if the House letter rejecting a
ale of sophisticated arms to Jor-
HELMS IS presently the third
ranking member of the Foreign
"L'lations Committee behind
*ercy and Sen. Howard Baker.
felms' symbolic position as
Reader of the far-right conserva-
tive cause guarantees his status
>f top target for defeat of every
ajor Democratic and liberal
roup in the country. Washing-
on observers have serious ques-
tions, however, as to which office
felms will run for in 1984.
Many believe Helms will opt
[or a run tor the Presidency,
liven the difficult reelection ef-
fort he would face against Demo-
cratic Gov. James Hunt.
In terms of Israel-related is-
sues, Helms has the dubious dis-
tinction of a nearly 100 percent
" ftgative record since entering the
enate in 1973. The North Caro-
linian has consistently voted
^gainst foreign assistance for Is-
ael and in favor of reductions in
J.S. aid to Israel.
In character with his stance on
Md to Israel, Helms has also sup-
ported both the 1978 and 1981
fales of sophisticated weaponry
Saudi Arabia. He has bean
harshly critical of Israeli actions
t>ver the past two years, often
Chiming in with Chairman Percy
t Foreign Relations Committee
tTFIELD HAS served three
is in the Senate and became
l chairman of the powerful Ap-
opriations Committee in 1981.
[or 16 years, Hatfield compiled
of the moat negative voting
' > relating to Israel, and has
an outspoken critic even
lore it became fashionable.
*** only content to vote
There are numerous recent Percy statements
criticizing Israeli actions and supporting US.
sanctions in response.
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against aid for Israel, Hatfield
initiated an effort in 1979 to
punish Israel by cutting U.S.
military assistance by 10 percent.
His amendment was defeated by
the full Senate, 78 to 7. More re-
cently, the senior Senator from
Oregon led the Reagan Adminis-
tration's attempt to deny Israel a
1983 aid increase. Again, Hat-
field could not line up enough
support and he subsequently
gave up his effort.
Washington analysts believe
Hatfield is leaning toward a 1984
retirement, based partly on
ideological differences with con-
servative Reagan policies. Said to
be waiting in the wings is former
Mayor of Portland and Secretary
of Transportation in the Carter
Administration, Democrat Ned
Goldschmidt, who-is Jewish.
MeCLURE IS a 10-year Senate
veteran after serving three terms
in the House. He is the chairman
of the Energy and Natural Re-
sources Committee and ranks
fourth on the Appropriations
Committee. He was easily re-
elected in 1978 with 68 percent of
the vote and is not considered to
be particularly vulnerable in
McClure can match Helms in
terms of his anti-Israel voting
record. Actually he has had only
two supportive votes in the past
ten years, in favor of the 1977
Export Administration Act (anti-
boycott provisions), and in favor
of the 1979 Supplemental Appro-
priations for the Camp David Ac-
cords. McClure has voted twice
for cuts in aid to Israel support-
ing the Hatfield and Stevenson
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, February 11, ]983
Organizations in the News
B'nai Torah Congregation an-
nounces the Habimah Players
will present their production
called "Survival" at the Syna-
gogue. 1401 NW 4th Ave.. Boca
Raton, on Saturday, Feb. 12 at 8
p.m. "Survival" is a musical nar-
rative which presents in songs
and dances the hopes and aspira-
tions of the Jewish people
through the centuries. Tickets
are available at the Synagogue
for S7.50 per person or $5 for stu-
dents, or you may purchase them
at the door for $10.
B'nai Torah Men's Club will
hold next meeting on Sunday.
Feb. 13, 9:30 a.m. at the Syna-
gogue. 1401 NW 4th Ave.. Boca
Raton. The guest speaker will be
Dr. Samuel Portnoy on the sub-
ject "Jewish Culture."
B'nai Torah-Sisterhood will
present its Shushan Players in a
production called "South Persia"
on Wednesday, Feb. 16 as part of
t!ie monthly meeting. Members
and guests are invited. The Juda-
ica Shop will open at 7 p.m. with
the meeting starting at 7:30 p.m.
The Sisterhood also announces
Purim Goodies for sale-all home
baked. Hamentashen will be
available at $5.50 per bakers
dozen. Advance orders are a must
with pickup the week of Feb. 20.
Please phone your advance or-
ders to the synagogue office at
B'nai B'rith Women-Ruth
Chapter will hold their Executive
Board Meeting on Monday, Feb.
14 at the home of Eva Kaufman.
Final plans for trip to Epcot on
Feb. 18 will be discussed. For
further information, please call
Rose Oppenheimer 498-7270.
B'nai B'rith Women-Integrity
Council will hold their Donor
Luncheon on Thursday. Feb. 17
at the Crystal Lakes Country
Club in Deerfield Beach.
B'nai B'rith Sbomer Lodge
No. 3122 will hold their member-
ship breakfast on Wednesday,
Feb. 16. 9:30 a.m. in the upper
level of the Administration
Building. Century Village West,
Boca Raton. Al Golden will be
the guest speaker. Each member
may bring a prospective member.
For reservations, please call 483-
2365. 482-5856 or 482-8017.
Temple Emeth will sponsor a
Bazaar on Sunday, Feb. 13 at the
Synagogue, 5780 W. Atlantic
Ave. For further information, call
Temple Emeth Sisterhood will
sponsor a Synagogue Day Trip
on Tuesday, Feb. 15. Bus leaves
from Temple Emeth at 8:45 a.m.
For reservations, please call
Marion Tobins. 499-5656.
Women's American ORT-Bocs
Century Chapter will attend the
matinee with Liberace, at the
Sunrise Musical Theatre on
Wednesday. Feb. 16. The coat is
$28.50 which includes the lunch-
eon, transportation, gratuities
and center section seats, row 6,7,'
8. For reservations, please call
Aluia 482-2185. Marilyn 463-2113
or EsteUe 482-2108.
Women'. American ORT All
Points Chapter will have their
next meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
15. Dr. Andre Flaydell will speak
on nutrition. Also being planned
is a three day trip to Epcot
Center on Feb. 18-20. The cost of
$159 per person includes, hotel
accommodations, breakfasts, two
dinner shows, one dinner at the
Cork & Cleaver, all tips and ad-
missions. For further informa-
tion, please call Dolly Hanner
Does Your Group
Need A Speaker?
Call The South County Jewish Federation
Speakers available for both Jewish and non-Jewish groups.
Sunday, Feb. 27. Donation is
$5.50. For tickets, please call 499-
9229 or 49*2644.
Temple Beth El will hold their
annual Candlelight Luncheon on
Thursday, Feb. 24 at 12 noon at
the Hyatt Hotel of Palm Beach.
The theme of the luncheon will be
"An Affair to Remember." The
entertainment will be presented
by the "Atlantic Edition Group."
rhis is a gala occasion and will
include exception! door prizes.
The Chairwomen are Lois
Schwartz and Elbe Spector.
National Council of Jewish
will hold
on Friday,
Woeaea Boca IWr.,
'their next meeting
Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Comni.'
nity Room at Town Center mall
Glades Rd., Boca Raton. The film
"Close Harmony" will be shown
Refreshments will be served.
The New Jersey Club of Delray
will hold their next meeting on
Monday, Feb. 14 at 12:30 at the
American Savings Bank, Delray.
Dr. Andre Fladell wfll speak on
nutrition. Everyone is welcome.
For information call 499 2225.
Women's American ORT Del
ray Chapter will have a luncheon
and card party on Monday, Feb.
14 at 12 noon at the L'Hexagon
Restaurant. 1600 Federal Hwy ,
Boca Raton. For further informa-
tion, call Ann Zwilling 498-5958.
Also ORT Delray will have their
next meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
15 at 12 noon at Temple Emeth,
5780 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray
Beach. The guest speaker will be
Rose Rifkin from the South
County Jewish Federation.
Guests are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
Hadassah-Boca Maariv will
hold their next meeting on
Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 12:30
p.m. in the Administratioin
Bldg.. 2nd floor, in Century Vil-
lage West, Boca Raton. Mrs.
Pauline Polack, artist-speaker
will show slides of Rembrandt's
art in the world of Jewish Herit-
age. Refreshments will be served.
For further information, call
Pearl 483-2946 or Blanche 482-
Hadassah-Ben Gurbn will
sponsor the Hadassah Medical
Organization Luncheon on
Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 12 noon at
Boca Teeca. The cost is $8 plus
donation ($10 minimum). The do-
nations provide the best health
care in the Middle East. For
further information, please call
Anshei Emuns Sisterhood will
hold their Purim Festival Lunch-
eon at the Synagogue, 16189
Carter Rd., Delray Beach on
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Please call for information
You go to buy
but can't
find any.
What to do?
// you don't see Empire
products in your Kosher
Butcher Shop, Food Store
or Deli, could be it's
because they're sold out.
Or, could be your merchant
expects you to settle for second choice".
Call the Empire Distributor:
Mendelson, Inc.
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Friday, February 11,1983
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 7
Middle Boca Campaign
Has Two New Leaders
Richard Fishman. diligently
working as chairman of the mid-
dle Boca 1983 campaign, an-
nounces the appointments of
Alan Simon as Chairman of La
Ambiance, and Howard Feldman
as Chairman of Millpond.
Alan Simon, originally from
Harrisburg, Pa., relocated to
South Florida in 1981. His past
experiences as a solicitor for UJA
have provided him with an excel-
lent foundation for his position in
the South County Jewish
Federation campaign. In Pen-
nsylvania, he was on the Execu-
tive Board of the Brotherhood of
his Temple, and was also Chair-
man of the Temple Educational
Luncheon Series, as well as Vice
President of his B'nai B'rith
Since residing in Boca Raton,
he has become active in the
Chamber of Commerce, and is
chairman of Temple Beth El En-
dowment Committee, while
maintaining a law practice.
Preparation Classes in Boca Raton
Lee Ross, Educational & Career Consultant
Former Dean of Students, Scarsdale, N. Y.
Alan Simon
Dedicated to fulfilling his com-
mitment and leadership role in
this year's campaign, Simon is
looking for 100 percent participa-
tion from La Ambiance.
Howard Feldman, also a pre-
vious Pennsylvania resident,
Head of Country's Largest Synagogal
Complex In Defray Beach Pulpit Feb. 11
Howard Feldman
moved to Boca Raton in 1981
from Huntington Valley. As a
CPA, he was involved in the
Philadelphia Federation, ac-
countant's division. As chairman
of Millpond, he states that he is
"comfortable and confident" that
he can get the job done.
Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin, spiritual
guide of what is deemed the
[^largest synagogal complex in the
United States, will be at' the
pulpit of Temple Sinai, a Reform
Jewish congregation of South
-Palm Beach County, Friday, Feb.
11, 8:15 p.m., at Cason United
Methodist Church, N. 4th and
Swinton Ave., Delray Beach.
The Stephen Wise Temple of
Los Angeles, headed by Dr. Zeld-
in, includes a sanctuary, a chapel,
* high school, a junior high
school, and a nursery school. Its
budget is in the millions, and its
staff numbers several hundred,
1 in. luding three assistant rabbis.
Formerly dean of the California
branch of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion and once president of most
rabbinical and Zionist organiza-
tions in California, Rabbi Zeldin
will be spending some time in
Florida during a sabbatical and
will be visiting his brother,
Bernard Zeldin, a vice-president
of Temple Sinai.
At the service, Dr. Zeldin will
participate in a pulpit dialogue
with Rabbi Samuel Silver, of
Temple Sinai. The liturgy that
night will be from a special pray-
er book devised by Rabbi Zeldin.
The service will be followed by a
reception in honor of Rabbi and
Day School
Registration Underway
Final registration process is
now under way at the Day
School. It is especially important
that those interested in our Pra-
School, Kindergarten, and Firat
Grade to let us know your plans.
Classes at those levels are filling
We can accomodate all Jewish
families who want their children
in a Jewish Day School provided
we are informed of their interest
before the end of the month.
We are very excited about the
I renovating that is being dona to
our Pre-Scbool-Primary Depart-
ment. A wing of the building is
being redesigned and will be
equipped with top quality
material and learning tools. The
People, like the school, will reflect
warm, friendly environment.
Pre School-Primary Department
staff has already been put to-
ether. They will focus on nur-
*ring children and applying the
philosophy of the school to both
their teaching and the program.
Children will love learning and
{earn to love in our Pre-School-
Primary Department. Further-
nwre, they will do it in the con-
text of a _
Mrs. Zeldin, who is an author of
religious works in her own right.
It seems apparent that the
energy generated from Simon
and Feldman in the middle Boca
campaign will spread to the other
included areas and produce
exceptional results for 1983.
Keynoters Luncheon Committee. Call 368-2737.
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Friday, February 11,1983
Help work on our Keynoters Luncheon Committee. Call 368-
The Century Village UJA-Federation Cabinet
held a meeting on Jan. 18, making plans for a
fund-raising luncheon to be held on March 13.
Seated left to right are: Teddy Blendes, co-chair-
man; Isabella Fink, Charles Seibel, and Hattie
Thum. Standing left to right are: Hy Henkin, co-
chairman: Bob Rugoff, Marion Scragg, Iz Levine,
co-chairman; Pearl L. Levine, co-chairman; and
Al Fine. Cabinet members not pictured are:
Reuben Saltzman, Eugene Broun and Isabelle
This year, the second annual
Coco Woods Lakes Breakfast,
sponsored by the South County
Jewish Federation, will be held
on Sunday, Feb. 20, 9:30 a.m. at
Club Coco. Chairman I. Cy Seid
and Co-chairman Lester Wein-
berg cordially invite all residents
of Coco Wood Lakes to attend
this complimentary event.
Seid, Weinberg and their com-
mittee members have been work-
ing very hard to make the 1983
campaign even more successful
than last year's. The breakfast
will be a major focal point to an
already active campaign.
Guest speaker at the breakfast
will be Harvey Grossman, Cam-
paign director of South County
Jewish Federation. Grossman
will speak on the role of Federa-
tion-UJA, both in Israel and
locally. It will prove to be a most
inspiring and enjoyable morning.
The State of lerael Bond office has
relocated to new quarters at 2300 Palm Beach
Lakes Blvd., Suite 216. The new phone num-
ber will be 686-8611. The new office will com-
bine Palm Beach-Florida Region and National
Israel Bond operations. The move was
necessary due to the tremendous increase in
sales of Israel Bonds by people in the State of
The Israel Bond organization expresses its
most sincere gratitude to the many people
who have made the Florida Region one of the
most successful Israel Bond sales areas in
the United States. Please come by and say
hello and have a glass of Sabra. We will be
open normal working hours, 9 am to 5 pm.
.Bert Sales, Florida Regional Manager
State of Israel Bonds
HA) may give OK for
Hussein talks with Israel
Despite purported veiled warning from Soviet leader
Yuri Andropov to Jordan's King Hussein that the lat-
ter shouldn't get involved in President Reagan's Mid-
east peace initiative, the Hashemite King is ready to go
all the way to seek peace.
Hussein wants a clear-cut mandate from the Pales-
tine National Council, the Palestinian Liberation Or-
ganization's so-called parliament in exile, that he can
speak for the Palestinians. The Council meets next
Monday, Feb. 14, in Algiers.
Reports from Jordan's capital, Amman, indicate that
Hussein would like to have Israel put a freeze on West
Bank settlements and that Israel begin removing its
forces from Lebanon by March 1.
How PLO's chairman Yasser Arafat and Syria's
President Hafez Assad feel about having Hussein
negotiate directly with Israel is unknown. Also un-
known is whether Israel would be prepared to sit down
with King Hussein with pre-conditions before a meet-
Meanwhile, negotiations continue to restore stability
in Lebanon. Talks recently shifted to the northern Is-
raeli city of Netanya, which was heavily shelled by PLO
forces just before the start of Israel's Operation Peace
for Galilee.
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afternoon Hebrew daily, Ma'ariv,
in an editorial comment on the
situation in Lebanon, writes as
follows: "If the situation in
Lebanon is stabilized, it will be
thanks to American infludence.
The Israelis, who risked so much
and paid so heavily in blood to
alter the politicial situation in
Lebanon, will have little if any
influence on what develops there
in the way of a politically stable
friendly to the Likud regime,
continues: "The broad coalition
on which the new president of
Lebanon depends includes all of
the anti-Israel factions. Whoever
believes that there is hope ot a
quick peace treaty between Israel
and an independent Lebanon, is
merely engaging in wishful
thinking. The character and
quality of the new Lebanese
regime will be determined by the
Americans perhaps with the
help of the French. Israel will
have no practical influence on the
political configuration.

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
wth County Jewish Federation Advance Gifts Luncheon
The Advance Gifts Luncheon
was held recently at the beautiful
intracoastal home of Donna and
Sam Klein. There were over 80
women attending the luncheon.
Guest speaker was Israeli Leah
Harris who gave an enlightened
glimpse into Israeli life.
Advance Gifts Commitee has
raised $240,080 for the 1983
United Jewish Appeal-Federa-
tion Campaign. This is an in-
crease of over 80 percent.
\ft to right: Margie Boer. South County Jewish
\deration Women t Division Campaign Chairman;
ostess Donna Klein; Co-Chairman Gladys Weinshank]
uest Speaker Leah Harris.
Co-Chairmen left to right: Sarah Schulman; Guest
Speaker Leah Harris: Gladys Weinshank; Hostess Donna
Klein; Muriel Harris. Not pictured is Eleanors Rukin. Co-
I Left to right: Naomi Lichtman. Dorothy Brown, Marjory
'.Schiller, Sylvia Zuckerman, Eleanor Ooldblum, Bernice Left to right: Esther Blank, Lillian Kent, Bessie Marcus.
U-ebbin. Muriel Harris. Phyllis Wragge. Julia Savin.
Left to right: Sara Blum, Bea Outkin, Shirlee Cohen,
Freddy Kraft sow. Sherry Endelson, Rita Bogus.
Left to right: Helen Lerner, Edna Beron, Esther Cohane,
Belle Cohen, Betty Zinman.
Left to right: Shirley Cohen, Selma Frankel, Helen
l.ulsky. Jeanette Potash, Florence Riesberg, Lois Left to right: Shirley Isenstein, Evelyn Woolman, Lee
Romanoff. Ross, Selma Axelrod, Manan Altman, Betty Lester.
Left to right: Lillian Fischer, Lynn Greene, Rote Rifhin,
Rhea Labov, Louise Cohen, Rhea Moss.
Left to right: Lee Citron, Kit TaveL Sylvia Oarrett,
Dollsey Rappaport, Emy Kalmanoff. Polly Kaltenbacher.
Left to right: Gloria Rosenthal, Arlette Baker, Judy
Yusem, Marilyn Sonabend, Sherry Endelson.
Left to right: Jetse Jacobs, Phyllis Cohen, Anne Paskin,
iMuan Gettinger, Helen Gimbei, Libby Shipley.
, Left to right: Lee Cravits, Thelma Peartstein, baiom*
Noun, Elinor Rosenthal, Carolyn Meier, Phyllis
Left to right: Jeanne Sankin, Rosalyne Perry, Edith
Schreibman, Anne Brenner, Edith Herman, Beverly

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, February 11, 1983
Courtney Robinson
On Saturday, Feb. 12,
Courtney Lynn Robinson,
daughter of Dr. Gerald and Joyce
Robinson, will be called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton as a Bat Mitzvah. Court-
ney is a student of St. Andrews
School and attends the Temple
Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
simcha include Courtney's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Robinson of Coconut
Creek, Fl., and Mr. Bernard
Feinman of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.,
great-grandmother, Mrs. Anna
Srulowit7. of Long Beach, N.Y.,
brother, Jared and sister, Lin-
Out of town guests include
aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard Band of Potomac, MD,
uncle, Dr. Ronald Robinson and
aunt, Mrs. Barbara Robinson of
Long Island. N.Y.. cousins,
Carrie, Jodi, Joel, Rick, Darryn,
Gary, and Jaqueline and great-
aunts and uncles from New York.
Courtney's hobbies include
tennis, piano, reading, and col-
lecting dolls, and awards include
Second Prize Science Fair,
Pinecrest School in 1982.
Following services Dr. and
Mrs. Robinson will host a recep-
tion in Courtney's honor.
Arafat Asked To
Support Now Delegation
CAIRO The Mayor of Beth-
lehem, Elias Freij, called upon
PLO chief Yasir Arafat to sup-
port the formation of a joint
Palestinian-Jordanian delegation
to participate in Middle East
peace talks.
Emerging from a one-hour
meeting with Egyptian Foreign
Minister Kamal Hassan Ali, the
mayor, who arrived in Cairo last
week, was asked by reporters if
he would urge the PLO leader to
raise the issue before the
Palestine National Council,
scheduled to meet in Algeria next
"He has to do so," Freij
responded, "he has to do that if
he wants to save the West Bank
as an Arab territory."
Community Calendar
February 12
B'nai Torah Men's Club, 9:30a.m. meelina.
February 13
B'nai B'rith Integrity Council, 9:30a.m. meeting Temple Emeth
Bazaar, 10 a.m. Israel Bond Parlor meeting Delray Orioles 4
p.m. Israel Bond Parlor meeting Chalfonte So. 7:30 p.m.
February 14
B'nai B'rith Women-Ruth, Executive Board meeting Temple
Emeth-Singles, 12:30 p.m. meeting Diamond Club, 9 a.m.
meeting Hadassah Association of South County, 9 a.m.
February 15
B'nai B'rith Delray Lodge, 7:30 p.m. meeting Pioneer Women-
Zipporoh, 10 o.m. meeting Women's American ORT-Delray,
12:30 p.m. meeting Hadassah-Shalom-Delray, 10 a.m. Board
meeting Women's American ORT-AII Points, meeting.
February 16
B'nai Torah Congregation-Sisterhood Purim Play with music 7:30
p.m. Women's American ORT Region, 10 a.m. Board meeting
Hadauah-AAenochem Begin, 12 noon meeting Hadassah-
BocaMaariv, 12:30 p.m. meeting.
February 17
Temple Emeth-Sisterhood, 12:30 p.m. meeting Hadossoh-
Menachem Begin All day Regional Board meeting Jewish
Community Day School Purim Special. 7 p.m. Hadassah-Ben
Gurion, 12 30 p.m. meeting Women's American ORT-Oriole, 1
p.m. Board meeting Pioneer Women-Kinneret, 12:30 p.m.
Board meeting American Mizrachi Women Kfar, 10 a.m.
meeting Israel Bond Parlor meeting 730 p.m.
February II
National Council of Jewish Women, 10 a.m. meeting.
February 20
B'nai B'rith Olympic-XI, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Beth El-
Solos, 7:30 p.m. meeting Israel Bond Breakfast-Century
Village 9:30 Temple Beth El-Forum Series, 8 p.m. Coco Woods
Lakes Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.
February 21
B'nai B'rith Women-Naomi, 12:30 p.m. meeting Diamond
Club, 9 a.m. meeting Women's American ORT-Boca Glades, 1
p.m. meeting Women's American ORT-North Pines, 12:30 p.m.
meeting B'nai B'rith Women-Ruth, 1 p.m. meeting Women's
League for Israel, 10 o.m. meeting B'nai Torah Congregation-
Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.j
February 22
Pioneer Women-Zipporah, 12 noon meeting* Hadassah-Aviva,
12:30 Board meeting.
February 23
Women's American ORT-Sandalfoot, 1 p.m. meeting Women's
American ORT-Delray, 12:30 p.m. meeting National Council of
Jewish Women, 8 p.m. meeting.
February 24
Jewish War Veterans-Auxiliary, 7 p.m. meeting Anshei
Emuna-Sisterhood, 10 a.m. Board meeting Temple Beth El, 8
p.m. Board meeting Jewish War Veterans, 7 p.m. meeting
B'nai B'rith Women Boca, meeting 1 p.m. Women's American
ORT-Oriole, 12 p.m. meeting Jewish War Veterans-Snyder-
Tokson Post, 10 a.m. Board meeting Temple Emeth-
Brotherhood, 10 a.m. Board meeting Temple Emeth-
Sisterhood, 10 a.m. Board meeting B'noi B'rith Women-
Genesis meeting 1 p.m.
February 25
Community Relations Council meeting 12 noon.
February 27
Temple Beth El Distinguished Artist Series 8 p.m. B'nai Torah
Men's Club, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth-Singles, 9:30
a.m. Board meeting.
February 2t
Pioneer Women-Kinneret, 12:30 p.m. meeting Diomond Club,
9 a.m. meeting B'noi B'rith-Shomer lodge, 2 p.m. meeting.
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Pines of Delray North Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.
February 16
Women's Division Pacesetters Luncheon $500-plus, 10:30 a.m
February 17
$IO,000-plus National UJA Dinner Palm Beach
February 19
Boca Lago Dinner Dance Sheraton Boca
February 20
Coco Woods Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.
February 21
B'nai Torah Supper Honoring Saul Glueckman, 6 p. m.
February 23
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Thursday mornings at 8:15 a.m.
F6I18^rt^!,d, 1 o^ ~uth of Linton Blv<- Defray Beach,
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Conservative Services at First Federal Savings A Loan Associa-
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 11
Mubarak, Reagan Decide How They'll Deal With Israel

(JTA) President Reagan
and President Hosni
Mubarak of Egypt, after a
two-hour meeting at the
White House last Thurs-
day, declared that there
was a "full partnership"
between the U.S. and
Egypt in efforts to achieve
a comprehensive Middle
East peace and to restore
Lebanon's territorial in-
tegrity, independence and
I sovereignty."
m In his farewell remarks to
Mubarak- at the diplomatic en-
trance to the White House being
the South Lawn, Reagan did not
mention Israel directly. But
Mubarak in his departure state-
ment did, calling on Israel to
withdraw from Lebanon and de-
claring that the settlements on
the West Bank were a "serious
obstacle" to the peace efforts. He
urged Israel to freeze its settle-
ment activities.
MUBARAK ALSO urged his
fellow Arabs, particularly Jordan
and the Palestinians, to join the
peace process. "I believe that a
golden opportunity exists, and it
would be a grave mistake to miss
it," he said.
On Lebanon, Reagan stressed
that the restoration of Lebanon's
sovereignty requires that "there
ust be an early withdrawal of
I foreign forces," a reference to
the Syrian and Palestine Libera-
tion Organization forces as well
as Israel's. Mubarak, however,
stressed that "top priority must
be given to the withdrawal of Is-
raeli forces. Upon achieving that,
other aspects of the problem
In 'Happier' Days: President Mubarak and Prime Minister
Begin in Cairo, where there was still hope for the future.
would be easier," he said.
A Senior Administration of-
ficial explained later that there is
a belief in Egypt as well as in
Washington that if Israel agrees
to withdraw from Lebanon, an
agreement for Syrian and PLO
withdrawal will follow quickly.
The official said Mubarak as-
sured Reagan that once there is
an agreement for withdrawal of
all foreign forces from Lebanon,
the Egyptian Ambassador would
return to Tel Aviv. Mubarak also
said Egypt is committed to its
peace treaty with Israel, the of-
ficial said.
BUT THE official noted that
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while Mubarak is encouraged
that there is progress on Presi-
dent Reagan's peace initiative,
failure of movement in Lebanon
i could have a negative impact on
it. He said the Egyptians believe
the U.S. has influence on Israel
and should use that influence to
persuade Israel to leave Lebanon,
since a continued Israeli presence
would make it difficult for Arab
governments, such as King Hus-
sein's, to join the peace process.
The official noted that Reagan
also stressed he was impatient to
have the Lebanon situation re-
Reagan thanked Mubarak for
his support of the peace initiative
since the President announced it
last September 1. He said their
two countries would work to-
gether for a comprehensive peace
agreement that would "permit all
the states in the region to live in
peace while meeting the legiti-
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Samuel Hausman
Palm Beach's Samuel
Hausman, the State of Israel
Bond-New York Founder Chair-
man of the Mediterranean-Dead
Sea Canal project, has been
named chairman of the Palm
Beach Israel Bond National Din-
The announcement was made
by Jerry Leaner, general chair-
man of State of Israel Bonds in
Palm Beach County.
Hausman was a dose personal
friend of Chaim Weizmann, Is-
rael's first president, in whose
plane he flew to make his initial
trip to the Jewish State in 1949.
Since that time, he has visited Is-
rael on numerous occasions and
has met and known all of its
prime ministers from Ben-Gurion
to Begin. He has been active in
Bonds since the inception of the
program in 1951, and is a staunch
supporter of Israel and numerous
other Jewish philanthropic and
service organizations.
mate rights of the Palestinian
Mubarak, however, said "the
centrality of the Palestinian
problem" in the Middle East con-
flict is "self-evident" and urged
the U.S. to do more to support
"the right of the Palestinian peo-
ple to self-determination." The
Administration official said later
that the Camp David agreements
and the Reagan initiative pro-
vided adequate means for the
Palestinians to express their
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