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^Jewish Floridian
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Deiray Beach and Highland Beach
E7me5 Number 19
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Boca Raton. Florida Friday, May 13, 1983
AMI
Price 36 Cents
Jewish Community
Center Is Created
, an historic decision by
nimous vote, the Board of
ctors of South County
,> Federation created a Jew-
Community Center agency at
^pril board meeting,
ewish Community Center
rices have been provided by
; Department of the Federa-
i up to this point. These serv-
include South County
lies. Camp Maccabee, Israel
i Mission, and events such as
celebration of Israel
ependence Day.
obert Byrnes, chairman of
Jewish Community Center
nmittee of the Federation,
"This vote will assure a
tioning agency with a direc-
id staff in order to provide a
. complete service to our
[rish community." The Center
\be housed in rented quarters
[to be determined.
Manning for this agency was
Le by JCC committee of the
Herat inn in consultation with
Jewish Welfare Board, which is
the coordinating agency for Jew-
ish Community Centers through-
out the United States.
Members of the committee
working on the project have
been: Dr. Arnold Berliner,
Shirley Enselberg, Dr. Ury Kalai,
Karen Kaufman, Milton Kretsky,
Edythe Lein, Dena Man, Stephen
Melcer, Morris Morris, Esther
Omansky, and Rabbi Samuel
Silver.
James Baer, president of
Federation, said, "I am most
pleased that we are making this
momentous move into the Jewish
Community Center arena. To-
gether with our Family Service
and Day School, this Center will
complete the body of institutions
that a mature Jewish community
should have."
Byrnes requests that anyone
interested in participating in the
newly formed Center and its
activities should contact the
Federation office at 368-2737.
'ederation Annual Meeting
This Coming Monday
I'hc annual meeting of South
unty Jewish Federation will be
Monday. May 16 at 7:30
at Congregation B'nai
rah, Hoca Raton. Refresh-
will be served after the
King
James Baer, president of
deration, will present awards
to outstanding Federation
leadership. Nominations For
board members and officers will
be voted upon. Marianne Bobick
will assume the presidency of
Federation.
Contributors to Federation-
UJA Drive are invited as mem-
bers of the corporation to attend
this annual meeting.
Charge Soviet Union Engages
In Annihilation Campaign
PITTSBURGH (JTA)
Sen. John Heinz (R.,
has charged that the
net Union is "engaged
[an attempt to spiritually
lihilate all that is
laic."
ieinz, addressing a session of
83rd national convention of
Zionist Organization of
aerica, told the 600 delegates
embled to pay tribute to ZOA
esident Ivan Novick that
fust 40 yean after the Nazi at-
npt to exterminate the Jewish
ople, as we honor the memory
those who died in the Holo-
ust, the government of the
5SR is heightening its attempt
[totally destroy Soviet Jewry.
i it can be said that Nazi ex-
nination camps were an effort
physically remove the Jewish
ple from the (ace of the earth,
tn the Soviets are engaged in
i attempt to spiritually an-
imate all that is Judaic," Heinz
'ared.
"Our commitment to Israel,"
said, "rests on our moral de-
viation that history never be
owed to repeat itself. People
" nave forgotten their history
y not wish Israel ill, but
Wner do they commit them-
es clearly to Israel's right to
And because precisely so
Bv People today havs for-
gotten the challenge of re-affirm-
ing that right, achieving an en-
during Middle East peace be-
comes more and more difficult
each day."
Novick, who also addressed the
convention opening, insisted that
"It is Arab refusal to accept and
recognize Israel which is the ob-
stacle to peace." He urged the
U.S. government to convince the
Arabs to be realistic if they truly
intend to have peace.
According to Novick, "Israel is
ready for direct negotiations, the
Arabs are not. Israel is branded
as inflexible, and the Arabs can
sit back and wait for the U.S. to
lean on Israel for more conces-
sions. I believe that it is time that
the Administration come to grips
with the reality that this ap-
proach does not address the most
vital elements which are the ob-
stacles to peace," Novick said.
"This is the time for the United
States to reinforce its relation-
ship with Israel. Let the Presi-
dent send the Arabs a message
which says: 'We will make Israel
militarily stronger, economically
more powerful and concentrate
our primary efforts in the area of
creating a bridge of friendship
and cooperation between Israel,
Lebanon and Egypt. And hope-
fully, at an early date, the King of
Jordan will also find the courage
to join this union of nations woo
may not love each otkar but
intend to live with each other!"
MUh in Ywik* Achrooot, oo Dm v <* ih* Janualam Worid Contaranca on Sovwt Jewry.
Did We Do Enough to Help?
Our Role in Holocaust Under Scrutiny
By AVIVA CANTOR
There has been a growaig
controversy in the Ameri-
can Jewish community over
the role of American Jewry
in the rescue of European
Jews during the Holocaust.
The behavior of American
Jewry, however, cannot be
evaluated in a vacuum. In-
formation on and under-
standing of the circum-
stances in which they oper-
ated including the role of
the American and British
governments is essential
to put their behavior in his-
torical context.
In an effort to provide this
framework and some answers to
the question of whether Ameri-
can Jews "did enough" to rescue
European Jews, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency recently inter-
viewed Dr. Gerhart Riegner, cur-
rently secretary general of the
World Jewish Congress. Riegner,
an outstanding fighter against
Nazism, served from 1936 to the
end of the war as the WJC repre-
sentative in Geneva.
THERE HE established an ef-
fective network which enabled
him to gather and transmit to
American and British Jewry and
their governments crucial infor-
mation on the day-to-day devel-
opments in the Nazis' war
against the Jews.
In this interview with JTA,
Riegner provides insights on the
role of the Allies and American
Jewry with regard to rescue.
What follows is a three-part con-
densed version of this interview.
The first part deals with the
famous 1942 telegram Riegner,
then 30 years old, sent to Ameri-
can and British Jews revealing
the Nazi plan behind the deporta-
tions and massacres he had been
reporting on to them and their
initial response to this informa-
tion.
Q: The telegram you sent to
the World Jewish Congress in
London and New York on August
8, 1942, via American and British
diplomats in Switzerland, that
the Germans were discussing
plans for a "final solution" was
based on a report from a German
industrialist. What made the
report credible?
A: There were three major
reasons why I believed that re-
port, or convinced myself that it
was credible. One, Hitler had
threatened a number of times in
his speeches that the one thing
that was certain was that Euro-
pean Jews will not survive the
war. Second, the message showed
there was a plan (behind) the
whole range of deportations from
the West which started on one
day, July 15 in Paris, Lyon,
Continued on Page S-
Gerhart Riegner
Nazi Propaganda Back
On Argentine News Stands
SAO PAULO (JTA) Nazi
literature and propaganda,
banned in Argentina three years
ago, has returned to the news-
stands of Buenos Aires, ac-
cording to a report in O Estado
Sao Paulo by its Buenos Aires
correspondent, Hugo Martinez.
The propaganda emanates
from the Aryan Nationalist Party
(Partido Nationalist Integral). It
features photographs of Hitler
and praise for the "martyrs of
nationalism'' including war
criminals Kaltenbrunner, Alfred
Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Julius
Streicher, editor of the virulent
anti-Semitic "Dar Sturmer," and
six other top Nazis condemned at
the Nuremberg trials, Martinez
reported. Wide publicity is given
s book called "The History of the
European SS" authored by Leon
DegreUe.
Martinez recalled that the
Federal Police banned the sale
and circulation of Nazi propa-
ganda in Argentina three years
ago in response to complaints
from democratic groups and
Jewish organizations. But the
same works, produced in
Argentina, are reappearing. Only
the name of the publishing house
has changed from MUitancia
to Avanzada.
According to Martinez, There
are many indications that certain
sections of the Federal Police and
Army admire the Nazi cause and
means of internal security.
Although the Argentine Federal
Police has perfected the
technique of banning publication,
it fails to do so in this case,"
Martinez reported.


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The Jewish Ploridian of South County
Page 3
Continued from Page 1
Amsterdam, Brus-
lAntw'erp which otherwise
| isolated actions.
-already knew about thede-
ftions from Central Europe
[Germany, Austria and
elovakia Third, I had
je Nazis come to power in
Uany. I knew their character,
ruthless fanatacism and
yty. We knew they mur-
political enemies, the
^ in Berlin where they tor-
| them it was the cellars of
ri Communist Party
paper. .
|What action did you expect
I American Jews in reaction
i telegram?
II discussed this with one
. only. Professor (Paul)
snheim, the legal advisor of
IVorld Jewish Congress. He
nd I accepted this, that the
n the free world had better
nent than we did. sur-
l as we were by Nazis
__ny, France, Austria and
["- and that we should leave
them to undertake action
was appropriate in the
nent of a Jewry that was
ely free.
Rabbi Stephen Wise, the
lent of the World and the
Jewish Congress, re-
J your cable via London on
Est 28. According to Saul
Iman. in "No Haven for the
ssed," the AJCongress Ex-
Board decided Wise
Id go to Washington to
the information through
State Department. Appar-
L they did not believe its
Ints, otherwise, why did they
Ithis confirmation?
They didn't ask (for confir-
on), they sought help. Sum-
belles, the Undersecretary of
t, who had the reputation of
I friendly, told Wise not to
ublic (with the information),
was his condition....
I Do you mean that Wise had
oice but to suppress the in-
tion?
That's my reading. They
that they depended on the
Department, on Welles, for
news because whatever
I come, would come through
il channels. They wanted
from the government,
felt they should not act
hst their advice from the be-
f ng-------
elieve Wise believed (the re-
I'vc read his letters of
i days the end of August,
lining of September to
\ce Felix Frankfurter, and to
John Haynes Holmes, a
Protestant clergyman, a very
moving letter saying, "What can
we do? I don't know what we
should do."
This was not the first report I
sent. The "Final Solution," al-
though we didn't yet call it that,
started with the Russian cam-
paign, in 1941. And they got all
kinds of additional information.
For example, the first message
from the German industrialist
was followed six to seven weeks
later by a second one: "Now I am
sure there is a 'final solution'
p?fcy-.'V.. ...
From the moment I had this, I
tried to get as much additional
evidence (as possible). On Octo-
ber 22, Richard Lichtheim (The
Jewish Agency representative in
Geneva) and I were asked to see
the American Minister, Leland
Harrison, and submit all the in-
formation we had. That came to a
document of 25 pages. We had a
long discussion with him ....
When (his report) arrived in
America in November, Welles
called in Wise and said, "I have
terrible news for you, your worst
fears are confirmed."
Q: Walter Laquer, in "The
Terrible Secret," thinks the Jews
did not really believe this or other
reports. .
A: Knowing facts and accept-
ing them are two quite different
things. Nahum Goldman, head of
the Zionist Emergency Commit-
tee during the war, in his
speeches, for example, at the
Riltmore Conference (May,
1942, where American Zionists
officially advocated the estab-
lishment of a Jewish State),
painted the most pessimistic pic-
ture of the fate of European Jew-
ry that millions of Jews are
dying. Nevertheless, he writes in
his autobiography that "some-
where in my inner heart I
couldn't believe it."
One of my colleagues in New
York sent me in 1943 or 1944, on
behalf of the Federation of Polish
Jewry, the addresses of 30,000
Polish Jews to whom they
wanted me to send packages. I
couldn't do anything; I went mad
when I saw the list. These were
people who knew what was hap-
pening, they knew that most of
the people (on the list) were no
more. But they simply could not
accept this absolute evil. This
had never happened before; (this
was) an enemy without precedent
in history.
Q: Do you think American
Jews did enough to try to rescue
European Jews?
A: Let me say, nobody did
enough. In such a situation, no-
body does enough. 1 didn't do
enough, nobody did .... I have
always insisted that we lost this
war. It is very difficult to admit
this, too, and nobody wants to. I
don't believe that just because
you fight you have to win. The
reality is that we Jews lost the
war against Hitler, we suffered a
terrible defeat....
The question is, what could
have been done at this stage,
when the real war was on? We
have to examine this situation by
situation .... We could have
saved more .... The English
could have been pressured to take
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in more Jews, they didn't take in
many. There could certainly have
been more immigration to North
Africa. Koine through Spain. Pal-
estine could have taken in more
(if not for) the resistance of the
British.
There could have been much
greater pressure on the neutral
countries Switzerland,
Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Turkey
with more guarantees. Switz-
erland finally saved about 25-
30,000,1 have no doubt this could
have been even 60,000, perhaps
70 or 80,000. Sweden could have
taken in more .... Transport
was also a problem transport-
ing tens or hundreds of thou-
sands of Jews easily was not pos-
sible.
Q: What about the U.S. admit-
ting Jewish refugees couldn't
the immigration laws have been
changed or bent?
A: The immigration laws were
absolutely sacrosanct. It was
considered absolutely impossible
to change them. I don't think
Roosevelt could have done it; the
opposition was much stronger
than we believe. Nobody wanted
immigration. The best friends we
had at the time, the trade unions,
the labor people who had been
the greatest supporters in the
boycott against Germany were
the first to oppose (any change in
the laws). Nobody dared to raise
the question of changing the im-
migration laws.
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Readers Write
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Education and the Seven-Year I
EDITOR, The Jewish Fbridian:
The Jewish Floridian (4-22-83)
front paged a headline question
"Vandalism or Anti-
Semitism?" The question con-
cerns the removal of a sign an-
nouncing the future home of
Temple Sinai the Reform
Jewish Congregation of Delray
Beach. Twice in the last few
months signs have been removed
(stolen) that notified the commu-
nity of the new site for Temple
Sinai. These acts of Jew Hatred
and Anti-Semitism have been
going on in this area for a number
of years. Now, it is growing in
frequency and intensity. Syna-
gogues, temples from West
Palm Beach to Miami have been
painted with Nazi symbols and
defaced, theKKK is expand-
ing wit h their public meetings
anti- Israel letters to the newspa-
pers re hecoming more hysteri-
cal and violent and anti-Jewish
diatribes are spoken on radio talk
shows.
You should ask the question
"What can be done to STOP
these increasing acts of Anti-
Semitism?" I don't really know
the answer to that But, I do
know that forming more
"study groups" or "committees
to analyze the Root Causes of
Anti-Semitism" would be a
sham and a mockery.
It's surprising that Temple
Sinai should be a target for the
Jew haters, the Rabbi of Temple
Sinai, Sam Silver, is the foremost
advocate of "ecumenicism" in the
i. He is a strong apologist for
"inter-marriage" and brother-
hood.
I am not surprised at these
criminal acts against the Jewish
people. For over 1,600 years, the
Christian Church has taught
their followers to "Hate the
Jews." Just last year, the
President of the Southern Bap-
tist Church said, "G-d does not
hear the prayers of Jews.'' The
Pope in Rome refuses to recog-
nize the Jewish State of Israel
the United Nations is the most
vocal sounding board for Anti-
Semitism in the world The
Soviet Union is a bastion of Jew
hatred and the Arab Oil money is
buying "much of the news media
and college campuses.
As economic conditions con-
tinue to deteriorate in the world,
Jew-Hatred will increase. YES,
I m afraid it will continue to grow
in the United States.
Again the question "What can
be done to stop the increase of
Anti-Semitism." This I can
honestly say, the Jewish Estab-
lishment organizations have not
yet found the answer. The Chris-
tian's refuse to admit their re-
sponsibility for Jew hatred. The
lenient Judges and Courts will
not punish these criminals .
Maybe, just maybe, could Rabbi
Meir Kahane have the correct
answer!!! At least, he does not
"down-grade" the dangers facing
American Jewry!
SAMUEL BORTNICK
Delray Beach
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Of Trio Accused of Spying
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French nationals arrested by Libyan authorities last Jan.
13 and held incommunicado in a Tripoli jail since then.
Two are construction company technicians accused of
espionage for Israel. No specific charge has been leveled
against the third man.
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AS WITH the Seven-Yeat
Itch, there are men in high places
who, when it is written in their
stars, come to an extra-curricular
love affair with Education (the
capital "E" is an important
symptom of this malaise). Not
their own Education, mind you,
which is a personal matter whose
quality they believe they have
amply demonstrated by climbing
to the power of high places in the
first instance, but Education as a
condition of the nation's young.
Or, more specifically, the lack of
it.
The love affair is both ethical
and practical. It shows attention
to the details of our country's
spiritual and intellectual situa-
tion, which is always a philo-
sophical Good. And it enhances
the political prognosis of the man
in high places who is still on the
go, which is about as practical as
anybody can possibly be.
Besides, it doesn't cost a thing.
THE TROUBLE is that the
Itch is always chronicled in the
media in the form of a debate,
where the maximum benefit can
be wrung from agonizing in pub-
lic view over these ethical and
practical considerations. The
reason this is undesirable is that
the media are too often inclined
to know so little of what they are
talking about. And the less they
know, the more vociferous they
become in their preachment.
A prime example of the Itch is
the National Commission on Ex-
cellence in Education. How else
to inquire into things without a
commission? And a prime
example of vociferous debate in
public view is the avidity with
which the media have seized upon
the commission to reflect the
high purposes of the men in high
places, not to mention the lovely
light it casts on the agonized
sensibility of the media them-
selves in the cause of the wret-
ched condition in which Educa-
tion wallows in America today.
Everybody winsthe politicos
and the press. (Of course, Educa-
tion wins nothing, being a side
issue.) In this instance, both are
the Nietzschean "braying ass"
par excellence: both talk about
the sadness of the growing
American illiteracy, even the
danger of it. Both talk to one
another, the politicos to the press
and the press to the politicos, and
the public, being fed every word
of the exchange, gets a sense that
something of real significance is
being done about the problem.
TO GIVE the impression that
they know what they are talking
about beyond any question, from
time to time one, or the other, or
both talk to a college or univer-
sity president here or there, or
perhaps a school board superin-
tendent with a keen intelligence
for Public Relations.
Or, for some special color,
maybe even a 10-or- 12-year-old
black or hispanic kid is drawn
into the colloquy, who is quoted
as regretting being victimized by
the crummy classroom experi-
ence these days.
As for the National Commis-
sion on Excellence in Education
itself, I can never get past the
name of the commission to the
debate in which it stands so
steadfastly at the epicenter of
this earth-shattering concern.
It's that lovely assonance of sorts
that gets me every time Excel-
lence in Education. Who cares
what the commission really does
so long as it sounds good?
FOR THOSE with a greater
yen for substance, thou,*. ,
is always President ReaS,.
is customarily quoted iffi
text of the commission',
findings on his own da,
view of just how low 5L
lence of Education has kj]
In Florida, happily we
special treat in this' A
dreary situation in the t(
Sen. Jack Gordon (D
BfeT^h)Athe 8elfaPPointed
of the Greatest Good pZ.
Education, who has duZ
in Tallahassee that evr7
kid in the state, in
courses in English, must w
amount of words ro
equivalent to the nurohJl
words Tolstoy managed iT
and Peace."
This Greatest Good n
is predicated on the time-hoa.
equation between quantity |
quality first proposed by
ticians who concluded
microscopes have become i
moded henceforward to be i
planted by the universal .
scooe. since bigger is always k
The GOP is based on
Gordon's many years of ac
experience in insurance
banking, where the more I
earned the merrier. It M
that the more words a su*
writes, however illiterately,!
more the student learns ab
writing. Once he passes his
quired courses, the av
Florida college kid can now I
forward to a publisher's com
with, say, Knopf or
House.
SINGULARLY SUPR1S.
in all of this public debate it I
the only people invited to L
part are administrators-ton
lege presidents, the politicos,!
editors, Mr. Reagan on a nain
level and Sen.Gordon in Flori
Mbre recently, the Governorj
the state, Bob Graham, hasi
gotten into the act with
statements about where will |
Continued on PageS
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of the year in crowded
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Volume 5
1S1VAN5743
Number 19


r,Myi3.198i?
T?h*4wi*hFlafi&in riSoutk Comity
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Yosef Burg's Son
[rings Message of Peace to U.S. Jewry
By YITZHAK RABI
LEW YORK (JTA) "My
Ljjre to American Jews is the
Ljage of peace. I came here to
ak about the relationshipe be-
en American Jews and Israel
how, in my view, American
fry can get involved in the
Ej social problems of Israel
I how it can help in solving
|n these words, Avraham
le, the son of Israel's Interior
Lster Yosef Burg of the Na-
tal Religious Party, and a
Tlcesman for the Peace Now
dement, described his 10-day
king tour in the United
is under the auspices of the
Israel Fund, an organization
describes itself as support-
"a network of innovative and
isroots groups working for
Itive social change in Israel."
kurg, 28, emphasized that he
fie to speak in America "not in
osition to the present Israeli
lernment." He defined his
Jicism of Israeli policy as "a
istructive criticism."
|(URG SAID that for a few
rs now he has been a support-
bf the Peace Now movement.
I became an active participant
|the movement, he said, only
year, with the outbreak of
eo Mindlin:
Education
Continued from Page 4-.
ure scientists come from if no
[can read or write anymore?
put Guv. Graham is known for
habit f .working fox.a day
Iry now and then at one De-
lation or another so that he
) become an instant expert in it
1 also prove that, as a common
n. he's not afraid to dirty his
rds. Besides, he's an adminis-
or too. and so all told he fits
nirably into the prescribed
ameters of the debate.
Dne does, of course, discount
I occasional black or hispanic
ngster drawn into the fray for
pr. And so there we are: ad-
[istrators talking to adminis-
ors about Education with the
" supposition that Education
he kind of thing anybody with
1 intentions can discuss, that
"cation like sin or taxes
sn't require any sort of real
ertise to undersUndcer-
Ply not why there is so much
wracy around these days, not
| least of which is occasionally
Pered among some of those
ft administrators searching for
icellence in it. For example,
leagan's use of English
"W by contrast make Dwight
lenhower and Harry Truman
M like the immortal Greek
por. Demosthenes.
^YWAY, this business of
unistrators talking about
["cation should not be thought
I as especially strange. Con-
rr. for example, the everyday,
ary run-of-the-mill hospital
^nistrator who feels he's
"ed to practice Afedicine
en he s not busy raising funds
iwunting the cotton bsJlinven-
Put wht ought to strike
1^*^.* teacher, if only
r','*'" maights into the
nal illiteracy problem. I can
the snorts of laughter al-
V. Teachers? What do they
kchinBn^W?y? Would thev be
Wggfi they knew or could do
G I S*7 Not Ny. Just
" .Shaw, who was also aa
the Lebanon war. He said that
his decisions to publicly and
actively join the Peace Now
movement and criticize the war in
Lebanon were not opposed by
his family. "My father and I
share the same points of depar-
ture and the same aims," he said.
"We only differ over the ways of
achieving them. Ours is a very
democratic family."
Burg, who graduated from a
yeshiva high school in Jerusalem
and who Wears a yarmulka, said
that he decided to join Peace Now
and not the two religious peace
movements presently active in
Israel Oz VeShalom and Neti-
vot Shalom because by joining
the secular Peace Now movement
"I can serve as a bridge between
religious and secular Jews in Is-
rael."
He said that the religious peace
movements operate only among
religious Jews, while the Peace
Now movement embraces people
with various viewpoints and life
styles who support "a policy of
compromise" between Israelis
and Arabs. According to Burg,
there are many religious Jews in
the ranks of the Peace Now
movement.
"I FEEL that many members
of the religious sector in Israel
are eager now for the National
Religious Party (which is a mem-
ber in Premier Menacnem Be-
gin's coalition government) to re-
turn to more moderate views, to
come back to the traditional line
of the NRP, a line that advocates
a territorial compromise (on the
West Bank) when the option
arrives in return for peace," he
said.
Burg said that the struggle of
the Peace Now movement is not a
struggle on behalf of the Pales-
tinians. "This is a struggle on be-
half of ourselves for our own
image. The fact that presently
there is not a peace movement
among the Palestinians equal to
our movement does not mean
that there will not be one in the
future. Therefore, I say, we
should not create obstacles for
negotiations with a potential
partner (the Palestinians) for
peace..."
Burg said he believes that
American Jewry "the leader of
world Jewry" should speak up
against any improper actions by
Israel on the West Bank. "II
American Jews think that ac-
tions against the minorities in Is-
rael are not right, and that the
same actions can be taken
against Jews living as minorities
in other countries, then they
should get up and protest," Burg
said.
"THE VIEW that anybody
who criticizes Israel is an enemy
is nonsense. A constructive criti-
cism can help to a large extent,"
he said.
Burg, a student of industrial
design at the Bezalel Academy of
Art in Jerusalem and a father of
two, said that he devotes now
most of his time to the Peace
Now movement. He estimated
that the movement enjoys the
support of at least 400,000 people
in-Israel. He said the
does not plan to become a "politi-
cal movement" and will not run
candidates for the Knesset.
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through May 29. The celebration
of culture, art, music and cuisine
which consists of five free
weekend events, as well as art
exhibits, is expected to attract
nearly one million visitors this
year, Hutton said.
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irieTewish fioridian qf South County
Frida
'y'Mayi^,
William Millhorn To Speak
At Anshei Emuna May 16
William Millhorn, an ap-
pointed official in the U.S.
government, will apeak at Con-
gregation Anshei Emuna on
Monday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m.
He graduated from Btueneld
State College in West Virginia in
1970 and for four years, from
1973 to 1977, served as historical
research analyst in the Office of
the Governor of West Virginia.
He presently resides in a suburb
of Washington, D.C. with his
wife and daughter.
In the summer of 1982. Mill-
horn went to the Middle East at
the invitation of Han Rubin,
chairman of the Young Herut
Council of Israel. It was there, in
the midst of Operation Peace for
Galilee," that Millhorn observed
at first hand the conflict which
took place in Lebanon. From his
talks with government officials of
both Israel and Lebanon, as well
as with soldiers and civilians, he
will describe the conflict as he
personally saw and experienced it
and the reasons why it took
place.
He will also describe actual
military actions and their conse-
quences and will present a aeries
of alkies of the "Operation."
many of which Mr. Millhorn took
himself.
Most important, he will answer
questions which the media in the
West either ignored or distorted.
He will deal specifically with the
massacres in Sabra. Shatilla. and
the background which led up to
them, including a first hand,
exclusive, interview with a Chris-
tian Phalangist Leader. His talk
will be a fascinating personal ac-
count which will be both informa-
tive and illuminating.
Congregation Anshei Emuna
is located at 16189 Carter Road in
Defray Beach. For additional
information call 499-9229.
ORT Biennial Convention
On Sunday. May 22-25.
District VI of Women's Ameri-
can ORT will hold its 5th Bien-
nial Convention at the new Hyatt
Regency Hotel. James L. Knight
International Center in Miami.
Among the delegates from South
Palm Beach County Region to
attend will be Betty Siegel.
Natalie Berman. Norma Heit.
Anita Kessler. Kay Freedman.
Doris Glantz. Delia Schmid.
Sylvia Waldner. and Ann Stele.
These women are all from the
Boca Raton and Delray Beach
area
The Convention will open Sun-
day evening at a banquet for 600
delegates from eight South-
eastern states. representing
25.000 volunteers. Dawn
Shuman. noted Jewish historian
and lecturer, who has been given
special recognition by the Jewish
community for her dynamic
teaching ability, will be guest
speaker.
Six panels on Monday evening.
May 23. concerning the theme
'Living Jewish Values" will
highlight the convention.
Panelists will include Israeli Con-
sul Joel Arnon. William Katz-
berg. Broward Jewish Journal:
Rabbi Louis Herring, principal.
Jewish High School of South
Florida: Professor Eugene Pro-
venzo. University of Miami.
School of Education: Judith
Stein, director. Career Education
Dade County School System: Ira
Kurzban. Miami attorney: Sylvia
Thompson, executive director.
Miami ACLU: Kathy Lynn
Grossman. Miami Herald: Roxcy
Bolton. feminist: Ruth Shack.
Dade County commissioner:
Janet Reno. Florida State attor-
ney: Nicki Engiander Grossman.
Broward County commissioner.
Sister Marie Carol Hurley, direc-
tor of Community Relations.
Barrv University: Rabbi David
Lehrfield. spiritual advisor and
lecturer: and Dr. Gregory Wolfe,
president. Florida International
University. The topics covered
by the panels affect not only the
ORT Woman, but all women.
ORT is a movement in Jewish
life dedicated to the improvement
of the quality of life through
technical and vocational training
of the Jewish people throughout
the world, including in our own
United States.
Kirkpatrick Award Under Fire
NEW YORK (JTA! The
executive secretary of the Holo-
caust Survivors Association.
U.S.A.. has issued a sharp attack
on Simon Wiesenthal. the famed
Nazi-hunter, for having 'com-
mitted a tragic error" when the
Simon Wiesenthal Center
presented its Humanitarian
Laureate Award to Jeane Kirk-
patrick. the US. Ambassador to
the UN.
In an open letter to Weisen-
thal. who is listed as honorary
president of the Holocaust Survi-
vors Association. John Ranz
accused Kirkpatrick of serving as
an "apologist for fascist dictator-
ships engaged in torture and
genocidal mass murder" in El
Salvador and Guatemala "where
entire villages including women
and children are being
slaughtered "
Ranz said Kirkpatrick s sup-
port of Israel cannot "excuse
these crimes and her collabora-
tion with these murderous
dictatorships You committed
a tragic error. The true voice of
the Holocaust victims and their
legacy is with the peasants and
the poor and not with the brutal
and inhuman landowners and
militarists of Central America."
The award was presented for
Kirkpatrick s action "as a stead-
fast and loyal friend of the Jewish
people committed to the security
of the State of Israel, and to the
causes held sacred by freedom
loving people everywhere." The
Holocaust Survivors Association
is active in ferreting out former
Nazi war criminals now residing
in the U S. and campaigning for
Congressional action to bring
these criminals to justice.
PUBLIC NOTICE
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in Oeiray Beach, Highland Beach and
Boca Raton and others who have contributed
to the South County campaign are invited
to the Annual Membership Meeting of the
SOUTH COUNTY
JEWISH FEDERATION
Monday, May 16,1983
7:30 p.m.
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 NW 4th Avenue
Boca Raton, Fla.
Dessert and Coffee served after the meeting
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TEMPLE SINAI
Preparations are under way for
the groundbreaking ceremony for
the congregation on its 11-acre
site on W. Atlantic Avenue, Del-
ray Beach, Sunday, May 22 at
3:30 p.m. Samuel Rothstein is in
charge of the planning.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth-Sisterhood will
be taking a trip to the Deauvilk
Hotel and the Sea Escape from
May 30 to June 1. Reservations
must be made with either Marion
Tobins. 499-5656 or Rita Lewitas,
499-1769.
HADASSAH
Hadaauh-Boca Maariv-Cen-
tury VBlage West will hold their
final regular meeting on Wednes-
day, May 25, 12:30 p.m. in the
Administration Building, Boca
Raton. Installation of officers will
be held along with the final draw-
ing of the Special Big Game.
Hadaaaah A viva will hold their
final meeting of the season on
Wednesday, May 25. 12 noon at
Bnai Torah, 1401 N.W. 4th
Avenue, Boca Raton. Installation
of officers will take place along
with a gala performance entitled
"Joseph and the Amazing Tech-
nicolor Dream Coat." All mem-
bers and guests are invited to
attend.
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Chapter will be attending the
Royal Palm Dinner and Show on
Sunday, May 22 at 4 p.m. to see
"The Student Prince." Please call
Alice Popek, 499-6718 or Estelle
Preisler, 499-5771 for reserva-
tions. Also limited tickets are
available for the June 22 Card
Party and Luncheon. Donation is
$4. Call now for reservations
Ruth Lichten, 499-8904 or Helen
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included. For further informa-
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1573.
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Congregation Anahei Emona
Men's Club will present author
and lecturer, William Millhorn.
who will speak about his experi-
ences as an eye witness to the war
in Lebanon. This is a free event
and will take place on Monday,
May 16, 7:30 p.m. at the syna-
gogue. 16189 Carter Road, Del-
ray Beach.
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left to right are: Teddy Blendes, co-chairman;
Isabella Goodman, Charlie Seibel, and Hattie
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Victory For Century Village
In 1983 Campaign
Century Village, on behalf of
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campaign in the Village's history.
Village co-chairmen, Teddy
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and Pearl L. Levine worked
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*45,000. Their efforts along with
the help of Village Cabinet
members acquired an increase
over last year of 114 percent.
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following individuals: Eugene
Braun, Isabella Fink, Al Fine,
Isabella Goodman, Cantor
Joseph Pollack, Bob Rugoff,
Reuben Saltzman, Charlie Seibel,
Marion Sragg, and Hattie Thum.
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The aforementioned people
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 0
ivic and Religious Leders Will Speak
It Temple Sinai's Groundbreaking May 22
cluster of civic and religious
U will speak at the ground-
kin* and ,and consecration
ny of Temple Sinai, the
Cm, Jewish congregation of
th Palm Beach County, Sun-
1 May 22,3:30 p.m.
cated on a 11-acre site on W.
ntic Ave.. Delray Beach, the
re synagogue will house a
tuary and meeting rooms,
irding to Bernard Zeldin,
[of the building campaign.
the ground-breaking exer-
L, Malcolm Bird and Arthur
[el, councilman of Delray
Hi, will offer greetings, and
fcoiinty will be represented by
commission chairperson,
^v Evatt. Steve Press, a
Ker of State House of Repre-
atives, will offer a tribute on
jlf of the State of Florida.
K County's Jewish Federa-
fwill be represented by Milton
Isky, a vice-president.
lergy on the program include
[Donald Mackay of Cason
tad Methodist Church, Del-
[ Beach, who heads the local
Bterial association; Rabbi
_ard Silver of Temple Emeth,
[president of South Palm
Mi County Rabbinical Asso-
bn; and Dr. Louis Sacks,
{i of Anshei Emuna Ortho-
ongregation, Delray Beach.
Lple Sinai's leadership will
^presented by Samuel Roth-
L, who heads the committee
jiarge of the consecration rite
who is a vice-president and
fcdent-elect of the congrega-
I Bernard Etish, president,
I Rabbi Samuel Silver, spirit-
I leader of the congregation,
|also offer remarks,
uth Rothstein, Sisterhood
kdent. Charles Moss, who
Is the temple brotherhood,
and Beverly Kamin of the tem-
ple's PTA, will also speak on be-
half of their organizations.
The temple choir, led by Elaine
Silver, will sing suitable passages
from Hebrew liturgy. Also to be
heard is a children's choir, led by
Marjorie Aaron.
Churba Suggests Israel
Become 'Unaligned9 Power
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The director of the Center
for International Security,
Joseph Churba, has sug-
gested that because of the
inability of the United
States to offset Soviet
adventurism in the Middle
East, Israel might consider
reshifting its policy away
from the U.S. and become
an "unaligned" third power
in the Mideast.
Israel, Churba told 100 persons
attending a conference on U.S.
policy in the Mideast here, should
"emerge from its status as an
undervalued strategic asset of
the United States to that of a
third unaligned power" in the
region, "shifting its weight East
or West in accordance with its
security needs."
The conference was
sponsored by the Sephardic
House at Shearith Israel.
CHURBA, who worked with
President Reagan as an advisor
on foreign and defense policy
during Reagan's presidential
campaign, said such a move by
Israel would create a "triangle"
effect in which Jerusalem would
have to be considered in any
moves in the Mideast by either
the U.S. or the Soviet Union. He
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ranked as the fourth best in the
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The first step toward such a
move, Churba continued, would
be for the Israeli government to
cancel the scheduled delivery in
1985 of 75 American-made F-16
jet fighter planes and work to
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He said that while the U.S.
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superiority in the Mideast to the
Soviets through the latter's
placement of SAM-5 antiaircraft
missile batteries in Syria, Israel
could not afford to relinquish its
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FORMER U.S. Supreme Court
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preted Reagan's decision to send
Secretary of State George Shultz
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sionary" move to offset the failed
peace initiative.
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Administration to demonstrate
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a very skilled diplomat."
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Tk* Jewish Ploridian of South County
A/ews in Brief
Did Reagan Reverse Weinberger ?
By JTA Report
WASHINGTON The Reag
an Administration mnintjiin*
that the changes it made last
week in the export licenses for
components needed by Israel to
build the Lavie. its new jet
fighter, met Israel's request while
safeguarding U.S. technological
security.
The licenses were amended to
reflect the greatest specificity
and define more accurately what
was contained in the license ap-
plications." State Department
spokesman Alan Romberg said in
reading a prepared statement
We believe we have now met the
request put to us by the Israelis.
At :he same time, we have safe-
guarded critical U.S. techno-
logy
But in Israel today. Defense
Ministry spokesman Nachman
Shai charged that the Adminis-
tration had reneged on its pro-
mise to Israel. Shai charged that
the Pentagon has raised obstac-
les to the transfer of the informa-
tion on the components needed to
build the Israeli plane.
Some unnamed Israeli officials
blame the changes on Defense
Secretary Caspar Weinberger
who is believed still opposed to
allow Israel to have the American
technology it needs for the
plans. It is no secret here that
President Reagan overruled
Weinberger and supported Secre-
tary of State George Shultz in
approving the export licenses
long sought by Israel.
Shultz Gives Self
Week to Succeed
JERUSALEM Secretary of
State George Shultz continues to
be in round-the-clock discussions
with Israeli and Lebanese offici-
als. Shultz appears doggedly to
be trying to bridge the gap
among various points of view in
the dispute
But Shultz told reporters
early this week that he would like
to be in Paris on Monday to at-
tend a NATO meeting there. This
would give him barely a week to
wrap up an agreement.
Begun May Go
On Trial Next Week
NEW YORK Thrice-
arrested Moscow Hebrew teacher
and Jewish emigration activist
Iosif Begun might go on trial
next week, it is reported by the
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry. Begun. 56. has been as-
signed a lawyer by the authori-
ties and his case is expected to be
given to the local prosecutor this
week. The assignment of a lawyer
came after a friend of Begun s
was unable to find one for him.
Charged with "anti-Soviet agi-
tation and propaganda. Begun
is threatened with a possible
seven years in a labor camp and
five years in internal exile.
Soldiers' Families Get
Proof They're Weil
TEL AVIV The families of
two Israeli soldiers captured by a
radical terrorist group in Leba-
non last summer will soon have
proof that they are alive and well.
Army sources confirmed today
that video-tape interviews with
the missing men are on their way
to Israel from Vienna, apparently
as a result of intervention by the
Austrian government.
Representatives of the Inter-
national Red Cross reportedly
will visit the prisoners for the
first time since they were cap-
tured nine months ago by the
Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine-General Command, a
breakaway faction of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization,
headed by Ahmed Jibril
Bruno Kreisky. who resigned
last week as Chancellor of Aus-
tria, had sent a personal envoy,
Herbert Amry. to Lebanon to ne-
gotiate with the PLO and with
Jibril s group for the release of
the eight Israeli soldiers they
hold prisoner between them.
Senate Committee Ups
Reagan Aid to Israel
WASHINGTON The
Senate Foreign Relations Com
mit tee has increased aid for Israe
over what the Reagan Adminis
tration has proposed. The com
rr.ittee approved providing Israe
with $910 million in economic aid
compared to $7 50 million recom
mended by the Administration
and the $850 million approved by
a House subcommittee earlier
this month for fiscal 1984.
The Senate committee resolu-
tion, which was introduced by
Charles Percy (R.. 111.I. the com-
mittee chairman, and Claiborne
Pell (D.. R.I.). its ranking Demo-
crat, also provided as a grant
$850 million in economic aid and
$850 million of the $1.2 billion in
military aid. the same as the
House did. The Administration
had recommended only $425 mil-
lion of military aid and all of its
proposed $750 million in
economic aid as a grant.
Noted Leader Turkow
Dead in Buenos Aires
NEW YORK Marc Turkow.
former Secretary General of the
Latin American Jewish Congress
and an architect of the World
Jewish Congress constituency in
Latin America, died in Buenos
Aires on Apr. 28 at the age of 79.
Born in Warsaw. Turkow was a
prominent Yiddish editor and
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He waa"co*ditr*of the .distin-
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and played a leading- role in the
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For Non-Service
TEL AVIV Daniel Timer-
man. 31-year-old son of the
former Argentine publisher and
human rights activist, Jacobo
Timerman. was sentenced by a
Friday. May 13. ,
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Priday, May 13,1983
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 11
WASHINGTON Six
present or former Ku Klux
Klansmen and three Amer-
ican Nazi Party members
have been indicted by a
federal grand jury on
charges of conspiring to
disrupt the 1979 anti-Klan
[demonstration in Greens-
boro, N.C., resulting in the
Ifatal shooting of five Com-
Imunist Workers Party
I members.
Another former Klansman was
Icharged on Mar. 24, with partici-
Ipating in the conspiracy and
entered a guilty plea that day be-
Ifore Chief Judge Hiram Ward in
lu.S. District Court in Winston-
ISalem.N.C.
ASSISTANT Attorney Gener-
J William Bradford Reynolds,
head of the Civil Rights Division
pf the Department of Justice,
said (he nine were named in a 14-
ount indictment returned in
J.S. District Court in Winston-
alem.
Indicted were:
t Virgil L. Griffin. 38, of
Mount Molly. N.C., who was
Tand dragon or head of the
[North Carolina chapter of the In-
[visihle Empire, Knights of the
iKu Klux Klan, and who also
headed the secret inner circle of
ItheKlan;
t Kdw.ird W. Dawson. 64. of
(inen-1 '. a former member of
lihe Utiiud Klans of America and
North t irolina Knights of the Ku
I Klux Klan;
Jerry P. Smith. 35. of
Maiden. N.C., who held the Klan
office of colonel of security
|j;uards and wns a member of the
secret inner circle;
David W. Matthews. 27. of
Granite Falls. N.C.. who held the
Klan office of night hawk the
! Klan officer in charge of initiation
I of new recruits;
e Colcman B. Pridmore, 41, of
[l.incolnlon. N.C.. who held the
Klan office of inner guard and
[was exalted cyclops or head of
lilie LincolntOH unit of the Invis-
ible Empire;
Roy C. Toney. 35. of Gas-
llonia, N.C., who was a member of
[the l.incolnton klavern and the
kleagle" or Klan officer in
I charge of recruitment;
Roland W. Wood. 38, of
|V\iasion-Salem. leader of the
Forsyth County. N.C., unit of the
National Socialist Party of
America, also known as the
| American Nazi Party;
Jack W. Fowler. Jr.. 31, of
Win-stonSalem. who was a mem
ber of the Forsyth County Nazi
I Party unit;
Raeford M. Caudle. 40. of
WinstonSalem, who was a mem-
ber of the Forsyth County Nazi
I Party unit.
NAMED IN the Mar. 24 crimi-
Inal information was Mark J
[Sherer, 22, of Cramerton, N-C, a
former Klan member who ia a
[student of the University of
I North Carolina at Charlotte.
All were charged with conspir-
I inn to interfere with the federally
protected rights of the demon-
strators to participate in a parade
[authorized by the city of Greens-
[boro, which resulted in the five
[deaths and bodily injury to six
[other marchers and a television
|cameraman on November 3,1979.
Sherer pleaded guilty to a
charge of opening fire with a .44
[caliber black powder pistol and
[exhorting other Klansmen and
[Nazis to shoot the niggers." He
| awaiting sentencing.
The indictment named Mat-
thews, Wood. Smith, and Fowler
[as firing shots that resulted in
[the deaths of demonstrators
James Waller, Cesar Cauce, Mi-
chael Nathan, Sandra Smith, and
[William Sampson.
Matthews, lonef, and" Wood
were charged with causing bodily
U1mrvan IwiihiHiii FnaMi
Powell. Donald Pelles, Rand
ManzeUa, Thomas Clark, Paul
Bermanzohn, and James Wrenn
and David Dalton, a cameraman
for WXII-TV, WinstonSalem.
ALL NINE named in the in-
dictment were charged with con-
spiring from October, 1979, to
November 3, 1979, to use force
and threat of force to intimidate
and interfere with the federally
protected rights of the partici-
pants in the anti-Klan parade, re-
sulting in death and bodily in-
jury.
The indictment said Griffin,
Smith, Matthews, and Pridmore
began planning at a state board
meeting of the Klan during Octo-
ber, 1979, for members to attend
the anti-Klan demonstration.
During statewide Klan meet-
ings in or around Lincolnton,
Griffin told Klansmen that if
they loved their children, they
would go out and kill "niggers,'
the indictment said.
Two days before the demon-
stration, the indictment said,
Dawson put up Klan posters
along the parade route that
stated, "Notice! to the Traitors,
Communists, Race-Mixers and
Black Rioters, Traitors Beware,
Even now the cross-hairs are on
the back of YOUR necks, KKK,
It's time for old-fashioned Amer-
ican Justice," and showed a sil-
houette of a man hanging from a
tree.
ON THE day of the demon-
stration, Dawson led a Klan-Nazi
car caravan to the parade site,
where he shouted curses at the
demonstrators before Matthews,
Wood, Smith, Fowler, and Toney
opened fire, the indictment said.
Griffin and Dawson were also
charged with conspiring during
the week after the shootout to
obstruct the FBI investigation of
the incident by hiding out with
five other persons and intimidat-
ing them to lie or give misleading
statements to FBI agents.
The charges against each de-
fendant are: Griffin, two conspir-
acy counts; Dawson, two conspi-
racy counts; Smith, one conspi-
racy count and one count of in-
terference with a federally pro-
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Hollings Say* Israel Getting
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By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Sen. Ernest (fallings of South
Carolina, who became the sixth
Democrat to seek his party's
Presidential nomination in 1964.
has charged that "Israel is get-
ting a bum rap in Lebanon."
Israel is not trying to get
territory in Lebanon, it's trying
to gain security," HoUings said
on the NBC-TV "Meet the Press
program. He suggested that
what was needed is a "step-by-
step" withdrawal of foreign for-
ces from Lebanon. Hollings said
Israel went into Lebanon to
"ciean up the Palestinians" and
did a "good job of it."
HE SAID that in a country in
which there are now 50.000
Syrian troops, 30.000 Israelis,
Palestinian forces. 13 Christian
sects and four Moslem groups,
1.-00 marines are not adequate
for a pear* keeping force. "We
got that many" guarding the
Capitol in the Capitol police
force, he said.
The Senator made his remarks
when he was asked if he thought
his Democratic rivals, who he had
accused of appealing to special
interests, were making too great
an appeal to the Jewish vote by
their support for Israel. He
disagreed, saving that Israel is
"our best commitment" and a
"strategic ally" of the U.S.
HoUings was asked about an
incident during a Senate debate
on praver in public schools in
which he called Sen. Howard
Metzenbaum iD Ohio) the
Senator from B'nai B'rith He
explained that he used the term
in the "context of the debate in
which various Senators were
referred to by their religion.
Hollings said that when Metzen-
baum took offense, he apologized.
Pope Failed to Address
Anti-Semitism, Rabbi Charges
ROME (JTA) Rabbi
Marvin Hier. dean of the Simon
Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust
' udies in Los Angeles, has
expressed disappointment that
1 ipe John Paul II failed to
".iddress head-on the question of
anti-Semitism" during an
audience with a 30 member
d-iegation from the Center at the
\ mean three days ago.
Hier. who headed the
: rmal address to the Pope. "We
> ome here today to solidify the
'winds between people of faith
and against the scourge of anti-
S, mitism and bigotry. We come
here today hoping to hear from
>ou a clear and unequivocal
message to all that this scourge
in all its manifestations violates
the basic creed to which all men
of faith must aspire."
^he Polish-born Pope,
however, limited his references to
the fact that the delegation had
ju '. come from Poland where it
had participated in observances
of the 40th annivprsrv of the
Warsaw Ghetto uprising "Pay-
ing homage to the memory
of these innocent victims, we
pray: May the eternal God accept
this sacrifice for the well-being
and salvation of the world." the
Pope said. He called the Nazi
destruction of the Warsaw-
Ghetto a "horrible and tragic
event of history."
Hier sait at a press conference
later that his group would
"redouble our efforts" to con-
vince the Pope to condemn
modern-day anti-Semitism. He
said that at the Papal audience,
each member of the delegation
received copies of the Pope's
recent talk about the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising and of a prayer
for its victims.
"We are honored that every
morning the Pope prays for the
victims of the Holocaust but in
neither of the statements we were
given was there any mention of
the future." he said.
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Day at Beach and Barbecue
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July 11-August 5
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Day Trip Ice Skating
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WILLIAM MILLHORN
Monday, May 16,1983
at 7:30 P.M.
WNUam MWhom, an appointed official In the U.S. Government, graduated from Bluefleld State Collega u
Weet Virginia In 1970. For four year*, from 1S73 to 1077 ho served ao Historical Research Analyst intha
Offtoe of the Governor of Wool Virginia. Ho presently resides In a suburb of Washington, D.C. with hit *lft
and daughter.
in the summor of 19*2, Mr. MINhom wont to the Middle East at the Invitation of lion Rubin, Chairman of
the Young Henri Council of Israel. It was there, In the mldat of 'Operation Peace for Galilee" that Mr
MMIiuiii obeerved at first hand the conflict which took place In Lebanon. From his talks with government
officials of both Israel and Lebanon, as well as with soldiers and civilians, ho will doecrlbe the conflict si
ho personally saw and experienced n and the reasons why it took place.
Ho will doecrlbe actual military actions and their consequences. He will present a aeries of slides of the
"Operation'' many of which Mr. Mlllhorn took himself.
Moat Important, he wM answer questions which the media in the West either Ign
deal specifically with the massacres In Sabra, Shatllla, and the background which
a first hsnd, exclusive, Interview with a Christian Phalangist Leader.
ored or distorted. Hs win
led up to them Including
Hie talk will be a fascinating personal account which will be both informative and Illuminating Every
American who la concerned about what Is taking place In the Middle Eaat must set aside May loth and
come to hear Mr. Mlllhorn speak at our Synagogus.
(305)499-9229
16189 Carter Road
Delray Beach, Florida 33446
Orthodox Congregation
("PEOPLE WHO HAVE FAITH")
Established 1974
First Orthodox Synagogue in Delray Beach
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than De\Td Leinwand. son of
and Dr Michad Lem-
wffl be called to the Torah
of Temple Bctk El of Boca Raton
as s Bar Mitzvah- Jonathan is a
ttudeat of Boca Raton Academy
and attends the Temple Beth El
Religious School
Family asaanbers sharing in the
Suncha will be grandparents
Robert and Sylvia Trachtenberg
of Lyabrook. NY and Sank
Leujwand of Netanya. Israel
along wkk sanar, Donna. Oat of
town guests include aunts and
ancles. Rose aad Wifliam Lew-
wand of States Island. N.Y.,
Margaret and Robert Bernstein
of Brooklyn. NY. aad Marayn
and Peter Zotty of Huatiagtoa
Jl-T. Aunt Jane Rothman of
Qoaena. NY. aad Uncle David
Trachtenberg of Munster.
Indians will also at tend.
Jonathan s hobby is "**tll
snd honors and swards mdude
Men's Club Award. Outstanding
-.jdent in Temple Eu Chahn.
Rockaway NY Foiowing
Dr. and Mrs. Leinwand
* boat a recaption in Jons
than honor
Turk Denies He
Made Threat to Jews
By DAVID FsUEDMAK
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The Turkja*
Ambassador to Washing-
ton has denied that he has
ever frnpl*^ that Jews in
Turkey would be threaten-
ed if the 1914-15 massacre
of Armenians in Turkey is
included in the Holocaust
Memorial Museum beast;
planned for Washington.
Ambassador Sokru Elekdag
said be was samtna; a iimiiimm
dtajiag a report in a Washington
Post article on the muaioia Apr
13. m which a White House
source" [*** that the as-
Jaaiisi of the maw am in the
BBaaeam "might have an impart
on Jews in Turkey."
ropositioa that Turkish
1 of the Jewk* faith are. m
any sense, potentially threatened
by the Turkish government or
the non-Jewish majority of the
Turkiek population is utterly
groundless. Elekdag said.
"That I have ever said anything
that would warrant an alternate
conclusion is equally untrue"
ABBI Seymour Siegel.
executive director of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council,
told the Jewish Tekgraphk
.Agency that the committee
planning the museum has been
mstructed by the Council to have
the massacre of Armenians in-
cluded. He noted that one of the
most active members of the
Council is an Armenian
.American. Set Momjian. of
Huntmgton Valley. Penn.
Siegel stressed that he has had
"cordial relations" with both the
Armenian community in
Washington and Turkish
dy1" here He said no
Turkish diplomat has ever made
"threats or used harsh words."
ELEKDAG SAID that Jews
in Turkey enjoy the full rights
of and prrvfleges of Turkish
citizens He noted that Turkey
provided refuge' to Jews fleeing
the
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six years ago followed his first
official trip to Washington as
Israel's newly elected Premier. It
turned out to have been part of
the preliminary negotiations that
brought about Sadat s historic
move. Begin, at the time, ex-
tended an iavitai.-in tt
Ceausescu to come to Jtrusika
but the Rumanian leackr has yd.
to do so.
Religious Directory
B NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 VW 4th Ave Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conservative
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore Feldman Sabbath Services:
fnday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday at 9 30 a.m. Fanulv Shabbat
Service 2nd Friday of each month. Minvan on Mondav and
Thursday mornings at 8:15 a.m
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMI NA
i-1100Cart^ R*d bbdt *ouU^ L,nu,,, B*** De** BeaA-
tL 33445 Orthodox Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks. Services dailv8
am and 9 a.m. Saturday Phone 499-9229.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at Fust Federal Savings A Loan Associa
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L"?5^ *^m nd De sb*bbaU Saturdays. 9 a.m and
lvjddush. Edward Dorfman. President, 6707 Moonlit Drive.
T^JS&P- M446 Phone-499^6g7 Rabbi Ementus
Jonah J Kahn. 499-4182.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
SLi"W4ofS5^ ^VW1^ Boc* ****< "^ 4S2. Reform
Hajoe. 391-9WM. aUbb, Merie E 5^,, A-iBUnl Rabbi
rUcnard Agkr. Cantor Martm Rosen Shabbat Eve Services at 8
p^m Family Shabbath Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of Each
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Mailing Address: P.O. Bos 340015. Boca Raton. Fan. 33434.
Umservauve Located at Cantury Visage. Boca. Dairy Servkes
aklaZJ?KpLL_S'.UmUy 8:4S JIt- S""^ 9 a.m. Reuben
5>atuman. President, Joaeph M. Pollack Cantor 483-5567
TEMPLE EMETH
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l ?i,DebS:B^ch' ** 33444 FridayttS:lap*. Rsbbi
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Rhavuot (pronounced Sha-voo-
I is an important Jewish holi-
which cornea 50 daya after
over; hence it is also called
itecost.
|t is ordained in the Bible aa
L celebration of the appearance
[the first fruita after Spring
nting, which occurs on Paas-
he holiday is linked to Paaa-
k in another way. Passover
fks the departure of the He-
slaves from Egypt; seven
_ later the liberated slaves
^ved at Sinai and received the
..alogue. Shavuot is thua the
thday of the Ten Command
DtS.
Bhavuot is one of the three
rim festivals in the Jewish
*ndar, the others being Pass
br and Tabernacles, or Sukkot
autumn harvest festival).
Vhen the Jerusalem temple
d, worshippers would march
Jthe sanctuary on these fee-
|als. This is the origin of the
idea emulated by those
otrek to Mecca and Rome.
The pilgrims would offer each
a stalk of barley, called in
fbrew an omer, a way of plead-
; with heaven for a good crop.
The seven weeks between Pass-
er and Shavuot were daya of
rupaiion and apprehension for
Jewish farmers. Hence, wed-
igs and festivities were
chewed, except on the 33rd day
| the period when, according to
end, an epidemic affecting the
ademy of the Talmudical sage,
kiba, ceased. That semi-holiday
known as Lag B'Omer (the
33rd day of the Omer period). The
skein of 50 days is also called
Sefirah, Hebrew for "counting
time." The tabu against wed-
dings during Sefirah has also
been breached in modern times
on the day which marks the birth
of the State of Israel (the 5th day
of the Hebrew month of Iyar).
The synagogue service for
Shavuot includes the reading of
the Commandments, prayers for
the wide dissemination of the
moral laws of the Decalogue, and
special melodies and sermons
keyed to the idea of ethical ideals
for the enhancement of the wor-
shippers' character and society as
a whole.
Reform Judaism adapted
Shavuot for a special purpose.
There is a traditional ceremony
by which a 13-year old marks the
culmination of one stage of his
Jewish education. It is called Bar
Mitzvah. Reform wanted a cere-
mony in the summer that would
mark the graduation of a class
which completed elementary
religious education. Reform
created this ceremony to coincide
with Shavuot.
At the first Shavuot, the peo-
ple affirmed their loyalty to the
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver
moral ideas of the Decalogue;
each succeeding generation offers
"confirmation" of that pledge.
Confirmation now occurs in Con-
servative and Orthodox syna-
gogues as well. Shavuot (also
known as Bikkurim, first fruita)
is mentioned in Exodus 34.22,
23.16, Leviticus 23.15,
Deuteronomy 16.9, Acts 2.1. In
1983, Shavuot begins at sun-
down, Tuesday May 17.
Wedding Bells
Trudy Lynn Elster, granddaughter of Helen and Hy Laaky of
Kings Point and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Elster. will
be married on May 15,1983 to Robert De Bear Schlossberg.
LUXURY &
ECONOMY
To Doctors' Strike
Hope Fades for End
ByHUGHORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Hope
faded for a speedy end to the
three-month old strike by pub-
licly employed doctors after the
doctors announced that they
were breaking off talks with the
Finance Ministry.
They termed "insulting" a
speech by Finance Minister
Yoram Aridor in the Knesset ac-
cusing the doctors of trying "to
enrich themselves at the expense
of their patients' health.' The
doctors retorted that their only
demand was a decent salary and
decent working conditions which
the government waa denying
- them.
They rejected Aridor's charge
that their strike was endangering
public health, pointing out that
hospitals were still functioning,
though on a reduced weekend
schedule and that alternative
medical care was available at the
clinics of Histadrut's Kupat
Holim (sick fund) where the
Medical Association was supply-
ing service.
Kupat Holim doctors are also
striking, although they treat
patients privately for a fee, away
from the clinics. That situation
resulted in the anomaly of a
senior Histadrut official Dr.
Haim Doron, head of Kupat
Holimdemanding that Health
Minister Eliezer Shoatak order
the Histadrut doctors back to
work. Histadrut normally haa
opposed back-to-work orders to
any trade unionists.
Shoatak, whose repeated
orders to striking government
doctors to return to their jobs
were ignored, refused to issue the
same orders to Histadrut doc-
tors. Meanwhile, the Labor
Council in Beersheba has
threatened to call a general strike
in that city unless the Kupat
Holim clinics there restore
normal service.
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