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Boca Raton, Fla
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May 27, 1983

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^Jewish Florid!i3 n
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Death and Highland Beach
Volume
5-Number 20
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, May 27,1983
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Price 35 Cents
Israel, Lebanon Sign Peace Accord
wiadaya'jmh
'one-sided agreement
Anti-Semitic Document
Circulates on Campus at Berkeley
campus.
"WE'RE NOT asking for cen-
sorship," said Abrams, "nor is
this a question of free speech. We
asked the Chancellor to say that
while there is a place on campus
for legitimate and open debate of
important issues, such as the
Middle East, the introduction of
racist and bigoted material goes
beyond all acceptable limits and
is thoroughy disgusting and un-
American."
In response to the ADL re-
quest and a similar one from the
campus' B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, representatives of
the two organizations met with
university officials. Heyman did
not attend.
At the meeting, which took
place on Apr. 29, ADL regional
assistant director Robert Smith
reiterated his agency's call for the
Chancellor to condemn the ap-
SAN FRANCISCO -
IJTA) The Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai
B'rith said it has discov-
ered that the version of an
old anti-Semitic document
recently circulated on the
I campus of the University of
.California at Berkeley by a
j Moslem student group was
originally produced and
distributed by the late and
infamous Gerald L. K.
Smith.
The ADL's Central Pacific Re-
gional director, Rhonda Abrams,
who disclosed this, said the docu-
ment, distributed on Cal's Sproul
Plaza by the Moslem Students
Association Persian Speaking
Group, was a flyer containing ex-
cerpts from the well-known anti-
Semitic forgery, "The Protocols
of the learned Elders of Zion."
THE "PROTOCOLS" were
composed by Czarist police at the
turn of the century to justify
pogroms against Jews. Smith
published this collection of ex-
cerpts from the "Protocols" in
the December. 1968 issue of hia
notorious publication, "The
Cross and the Flag."
"It is no accident that a Jew-
hating group like the Moslem
Students Association Persian
Speaking Group should be
passing out literature originally
composed by the notorious
Gerald L. K. Smith and distrib-
uted today through the mailing
houses of every right-wing ex-
tremist group in the country,"
Abrams said. "The MSA was
handing out this obscenely anti-
Semitic flyer at part of its cam-
paign against Zionism and the
state of Israel."
When the "Protocols" first
cached California, the ADL sent
fet0 ,UHniveraity ^T"0' 5S3l Star of Temple^th
ira Michael Heyman requesting a of Boca Rato|lt ^ honor a*
n^i'"gKand Mk,ng hvfJ 1983 Graduating Class from the
L,^1?"" ?f f Boca Raton area high schools.
a"a anti-Semitic material on
pearance of the documents on
campus. "I'm very disappointed
that the Chancellor has chosen
not to speak out on this matter,"
he said.
A NEW anti-Semitic tract ap-
peared on the MSA table this
week. Entitled "The Racist Na-
ture of Zionism." the work pur-
ports to describe Jewish religious
laws relating to Gentiles. "This
scurrillous piece, like the 'Proto-
cols,' has nothing to do with Is-
rael.'' said Abrams.
"It is only a collection of dis-
tortions of Judaism in the worst
tradition of the 'Protocols.' It is
of the same family, and is distrib-
uted today by groups like the
Klan and Nazis. It is obscene,
and it is all the more reason for
the Chancellor to speak out."
Abrams said that the ADL is in-
vestigating the origin of the
tract.
Camp Maccabee Hosts Israeli Scout
Camp Maccabee, sponsored by
South County Jewish Federation,
is proud to announce that this
summer it will again host an Is-
raeli Scout.
Maya Kon, a 17 year old girl
from the Israel Boy & Girl Scout
Federation will spend eight
weeks at Camp Maccabee as an
Israeli specialist and will help
teach the campers about Israel
through a youth's eyes. She will
teach Israeli songs, dances,
games and activities.
As Assad Still Says 'No'
Syria Is Sticking Point
"We are excited about her ar-
rival and hope that organizations
in the area take advantage of
Maya's presence and arrange to
have her speak at any large or
small gatherings or meetings,"
said Susan Kerper, Camp Direc-
tor.
For additional information re-
garding Maya or Camp registra-
tion, please call the South County
Jewish Federation office at 368-
2737.
Beth El Honors 1983 Graduates
On Friday evening, June 10, at
8 p.m., Shabbat Evening Family
Service, Rabbi Merle E. Singer,
This service, in which the
graduating seniors and their
families participate, has become
an annual tradition at Temple
Beth El. The community is in-
vited to join the congregation in
paying tribute to our young men
and women of the class of 1983.
By DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael and Lebanon signed their
agreement last week for the with-
drawal of Israeli forces from
Lebanon and related security and
bilateral matters. The Lebanese
Cabinet unanimously endorsed
the accord in Beirut last Friday,
despite severe pressure from
Syria to reject it.
The Israeli and Lebanese nego-
tiating teams held their final
meeting in Netanya Monday
after completing line-by-line
scrutiny of the text in its four
language versions Hebrew,
Arabic, English and French.
The meticulous examination of
the text began last Friday to
make sure there were absolutely
no misunderstandings between
the parties and that the meanings
were the same in each language.
THE AGREEMENT was ex-
pected to be ratified by the Leba-
nese Parliament and the Knesset.
Israel Radio reported that the
formal signing Tuesday,on the
eve of Shavuot, took place in two
separate ceremonies, first in the
Lebanese town of Khalde just
south of Beirut and then in
Netanya.
The signatories were the chiefs
of the two negotiating teams,
David Kimche, director general
of the Israeli Foreign Ministry,
who headed the Israeli delegation
during the more than four
months of negotiations, and
Antoine Fatale, head of the
Lebanese delegation. The two
men traveled from Khalde to
Netanya by helicopter, Israel
Radio reported.
Government sources here
praised the government of Leba-
nese President Amin Gemayel for
steadfastly standing up to Syrian
pressure. They expressed hope
that Lebanon's resolve would
withstand continuing Syrian ef-
forts to torpedo the agreement
when it is placed before Parlia-
ment in Beirut. Only a simple
majority is required for approval
in the Lebanese chamber. Knes-
set endorsement is not required
by law to formalize the pact.
DAMASCUS HAS denounced
the agreement, worked out by
U.S. Secretary of State George
Shultz, in the harshest terms.
Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel
Halim Khaddam declared Friday,
"We have rejected it in form and
substance." Later in the day.
President Hafez Assad of Syria
said Syria "does not agree at all"
with the accord but he did not use
the word "reject."
The Israeli-Lebanese agree-
ment cannot become operative
unless Syria and the Palestine
Liberation Organization agree to
pull their forces out of Lebanon
simultaneously with an Israeli
withdrawal.
After the Lebanese Cabinet
approved the agreement Friday,
it set up a special team, headed
by Premier Snafik Al-Wazzan, to
negotiate with the Syrians for the
pull-out of their forces. If the
Syrians withdraw, the PLO
would have no choice but Ido the
President Assad
same as its forces in Lebanon are
protected by the Syrian army.
President Reagan said at
Camp David Friday that he
hoped Syria would withdraw
from Lebanon despite its nega-
tive reaction to the agreement.
Asked by reporters if he thought
the Syrians would now change
their mind. Reagan replied. "I am
going to continue to hope they
will." White House deputy press
secretary Larry Speakes said
later that the U.S. would con-
tinue to work through various
channels to persuade the Syrian
government to cooperate.
BUT THE State Department
made it clear on Friday that there
are no plans now for a high visi-
bility American role with respect
to Syria's moves. The Depart-
ment's deputy spokesman, Alan
Romberg, told reporters. "There
is an agreement between Leba-
non and Israel that would bring
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The Jewish Flcridian of South County
News in Brief
Harvard Students Urge McCloy's Name Be Removed
trial on charge. of ^^'
11,884 Jews in German-orT^
Lithuania betwee?^1*
1943. d
By JTA Services
NEW YORK A SfSwawBJaw
for the Jewish Student Assoos
tioo of the Harvard University
John F. Kennedy School of
Government has appealed to the
Americas Jewish community to
impress upon the university to
remove the name of John McCloy
from a new German-American
iWiMviaialup program
The program will be financed
by a $2 tnilhoc initial crane by
the Volkswagen Foundation of
Hanover. West Germany.
McCloy. 88 years old, is a part-
ner in the New York City law firm
of MObank. Tweed, Hadky. and
McCloy and was A sat ant
Secretary of War during World
War II and ^American Military
Governor, of Occupied Germany
from 1949 to 1962. The February
edition of Harpers ""fi** des-
cribed McCloy as "the moot
private cstoan in
that the linkage was "npj^H in a
"Dear Mtsha telegram Secre-
tary of State George I
Israel defense Mi
Areas Apr. 16. Miaha is Arms
nickname
Romberg refused to comment
on whether there was such a
telegram It is completely un-
to suggest that there is some
between the dscanons on
Lav* and the bcenasag lor it. on
the one hand, and Israeb with-
drawal from Ltbaana on the
other." Romberg declared He
said later that 25 export hcenses
have been approved for the Lavie
and. as far as be knew, no other
requests for the
ptt*,nc from Israel.
Ber
of
Jewish student groups at
Harvard have charged that
McCloy was instrumental in
persuading President Roosevelt
m the Allied decision not to bomb
Nan death ramp* during World
War 11. which the Jewish student
groups said could have saved
hundreds of thousands of tivea
State Owp't Rejects
Dear Mlsna-Report
WASHINGTON State
Department Spokesman Alan
Romberg rejected as "untrue"
that Israel's approval of the
agreement to withdraw from
Lebanon was linked to the United
States supplying Israel with
American equipment and tech
nological data it needs to develop
its Lavie jet fighter
Such a claim was .ade m a
column by Rowland Evans and
Robert Novak published in The
Washington Pose which said
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NEW TOM Johns
man, president of the U
Ortaodos Jewish
of Amenca, has responded
vely to a call far nnrricstion of the
Orthodox Union and the National
Council of Young Israel, made by
Rabbi Norman Lamm at the
recent national convention of the
Rabbinical Council of America
In a latter to Lamm, prtaident
of Yeahiva Uaiversity. Berman
wrote; "I welcome your caB and
quite agree that Orthodoxy
would be infinitely strengthened
were its two major synagogue
organizations, which, after all.
are in basic agreement on funda-
mental policies and issues, to
develop s mutually acceptable
formula which would lead to
merger.
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unity there is enhanced strength,
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and drive to accomplish'so many
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Soviet Ukens Israel
To Nazi Method*
JERUSALEM The head of
an unofficial Soviet goodwill
delegation likened the oppres-
sion methods" of Israel to those
of Nazi Germany when he spoke
to reporters after landing at Ben
Gurion Airport several days ago.
Karen Khachaturov. deputy
chairman of Novosti. the Soviet
foreign news agency, said that
while the USSR supported the
evacuation of all foreign troops
from Lebanon, Lebanon could
not engage in peace talks with
Israel under a state of military
occupation.
It would be like us negotia-
ting with Hitler when he was
dose to Moscow." he said
School Board Sharuot
Vote Rap Settled
UNIONDALE. N.Y. Agree-
ment was leached in federal
last i kl mail here that a group of
Jewish voters in the Patchogue-
Medford Union Free School Dis-
trict in Long Island could vote in
a school board election after the
school board rejected a protest
over the scheduling of the elec-
tion on Wednesday, the first any
ofShavuot
Dennis Rapps. executive direc-
tor of the National Jewish Com-
mission on Law and Public Af-
fairs iCOLPAi. said Judge Jacob
Mishler. sating far the federal
district court far the Eastern
District of New York here, issued
an order formalizing the agree-
ment reached in discussion before
his bench by attorneys for the
school district and COLPA attor-
neys.
'Anti-War Israelis
Demonstrate
JERUSALEM A round-the-
clock vigfl by anti-war demons-
trators outside Premier Mena-
chem Begin's home continued as
the Knesset debated a govern-
ment statement approving the
agreement between Israel and
Lebanon which was signed by
both count ries Tuesday
The vigil has been going on 24
hours a day for the past two
weeks. The demonstrators who
are demanding the immediate
withdrawal of all Israeli troops
from Lebanon have set up a
stand surrounded by signs such
as Do not forget the soldiers
who have been killed in Leba-
non They displayed the number
484. the present official count of
Israeli soldiers killed in Lebanon
since the war began almost one
year ago.
Canada Indifferent
To Nazi Prosecutions
MONTREAL Prof. Irwin
Cotter, outgoing president of the
Canadian Jewish Congress,
that Canada had the
worst record among all the demo-
cracies of admitting wartime
Jewish victims of Nazism and
asserted that the present Cana-
dian government, has no interest
in prosecuting Nazi war criminals
living in Canada.
Coder addressed 1.500 dele-
gates attending the CJC triennial
plenary in place of Solicitor
General Roberta Capian who had
been scheduled to apeak on
Mass Murderers Resident in
Canada." Caplan cancelled his
appearance.
Coder cited the case of Albert
Helmut Rauca. a 74-year-old
retired hotel manager, who gave
up a fight to prevent his extra-
dition to West Germany to face
Peres Has No
Confidence In Accord
TEL AVIV Shimon Pwu '
chairman of the opposition Leb '
Party, lacks confidence intJl I
Israeli Lebanese agrewwj
because Lebanon is in "t nauii ;
Israeli-Lebanese
because Lebanon I
y^WffiiMa" mr*A
the
anization on j
weakness" and cannot couW
activities of the Pafcetai
the activities ol
Liberation Orgai
sou.
Taw Labor Party. Peres (.id,'
a weekend radio interva* <
should not support the Likud
government on the agreeaat
because to do so would create u*
warranted euphoiia in Israel that
finally all was well. He urod,
instead, concentration on tk
seemky of Galilee and solution*;
the Middle East conflict ui
whole.
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"hreaf to Economy
Reagan Seen 'Unfair' to Poor
erson,
JEW YORK- Peter G.
chairman of the
of the investment
firm of Lehman
Loeb, has
THE FORMER U.S. Secretory
of Commerce told the audience of
Jewish leaders that the Adminis-
tration's budget priorities "are
having an uneven impact on the
poor compared to middle- and
upper-income groups."
Also addressing the session
was Richard Weiss of Los
Angeles, chairman of AJC's
Domestic Affairs Commission,
mg
a., Kuhn,
ged that current poli-
of the Reagan Ad-
istration "threaten
,.t-term and long-term
moniic growth, and dis-
principles of "fairness who *n,n"nced that.t> gency
? ..j firnM r w" taunchin8 major research
- poor and fairness to initiative ^led ..JeJW8 on jjj
Edge."
According to Weiss, "the
project will analyze the impact of
recession and technological
change on poor and economically
vulnerable Jews." He added that
Federations and Jewish social
service agencies in selected cities
around the country would co-
operate in gathering and analyz-
ing the data, and in recommend-
ing appropriate action.
ALFRED E. MOSES of
Washington, D.C., new-elected
chairman of AJC's National
Executive Council, moderated a
panel discussion on national
economic and social policy. He
called attention to AJC's long-
standing support for government
programs to aid the disad-
vantaged. and stated that "the
government has a moral obliga-
tion to assist people in genuine
need."
Ex-Nazi Quits Appeal in Canada
Lithuania between 1941 and
1943.
Rauca, the first person accused
of Nazi war crimes in Canada,
was arrested in his Toronto home
last June and has been in a city
jail since, though it was under-
stood he could have been free on
bail. Rauca had appealed to the
Supreme Court an order of the
Ontario Court of Appeals reject-
ing his claim that he was guaran-
teed the right to remain in
Canada under the federal Charter
of Rights because he is a Canadi-
an citizen.
TORONTO (JTA) Albert
Helmut Rauca was disclosed to
have withdrawn his appeal to the
Supreme Court of Canada
against lower court orders that he
be extradited to West Germany
to face charges of wartime mass
murders of Jews.
Rauca, 74, a Canadian citizen
since 1956, was convicted in ab-
sentia in Holland for the murder
of several persons. Barring a per-
sonal petition to the Canadian
Justice Ministry, Rauca, a retired
hotel manager, will be extradited
to face trial for the murder of
11,584 Jews in German-occupied
r children.
ddressing the 77th annual
jting of the American Jewish
kmittee. which closed here
at the New York Hilton
Peterson stated that
Lai spending "is tilting
Bid vast middle- and upper-
entitlement programs
social security, federal
M
as
military pensions, and the
French Cartoonist Tim Wins
lajor Judaism Foundation Award
ARIS (JTA) French cartoonist Tim has been
ed the prize of the Foundation of French Judaism
his works. Tim, born in Poland in 1919, is a member of
editorial committee of the weekly news magazine,
Express. His cartoons are well-known throughout the
rid.
Tim, whose real name is Louis Mitelberg, joined the
French Forces in London during World War II. After
war he settled in Paris and started his career. The
sident of the jury, Nobel Prize winner, Andre Lwoff,
i that Tim's caricatures "victoriously defend the
|ues we are most attached to: tolerance, human rights
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- Money Irrelevant to Education
WRITING aboet the report of
Davits Broder apexes Republican
pollster Robert Teeter as declar-
ing- Yoa can see in the datathe
*t warnaBg of a rising
ude of aawhiiiiij' a* America.'
Leo
Miiidlin
Friday. May ?7.1983
15ST\AX5TS
I aBvorvsag people's concerns lor
I thear caaldrcas economic futarci
1 and lie
ia thai cnarfnsaoc Tbe re-
to tbe NauonaJ Coanmis-
s rising ude of mediocnty"'
bas beet universally tbe
aaost become more
better educated, so that
i can: a better bvsag and be
to surpass tbe
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JERUSALEM Residents of Jerusalem,
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and tourists from abroad, marked the 16ch anniversary of
the reunification of the city on May 11. The city was
bedecked with flags, amid a festive atmosphere aaalaw
with memorial services and nharri imw in memory- of
those who fell in the liberation of the cky in 1967.
President Cham Hereof*, at one of his first appearances
since becoming the head of the state, expressed the hope
that the unification of the city would herald and svmboln*
the unity of the Jewish people inside Israel and through-
out the world.
THE CENTRAL memorial service m the civ was held
at .Ammunition Hill, scene of some of the fiercest fighting
m 1967 which led to the taking of the entire eastern
quarters of the city and the Old Cky itself within the
ancient walis.
ceeds in giving asa thirst for
knowledge as it is there for tbe
taking in history, philosophy,
the sciences, mask.
s. beauty Above
all. civilization and man's almost
fanatic drive to achieve ever
higher levels of it-
Tbese most all be ding an sick,
the desire to become educated for
its own sake, not for economic
reward or to be able to compete
successfully Once tbe process of
education has been adulterated
these irrelevant considera-
tions, then we are destined to
suffer precisely the kind of ris-
ng tide of mediocrky" that the
National Commission on Excel-
lence in Education is so con-
EBKBBBO anO -t
THE ADULTERATION
process becomes the foundation-
stone of a technocracy- that is ig-
norant of the past, indifferent to
the present and vulgar in all of its
tastes and perceptions The
phQosooher. Sactayana was es-
pecially graphic in his earnings
** ov*rations WiifbJ
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the dominant covuiEi*
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us since tbe end of WorkTSS
when GI Benefits Hf
battering ram of a pW,
cntUMttoa that was m ^
polkition of the educatiM?1
ceaa These battering ra,
open the entrance*,.,
colleges and university L
pie without genuine aoa\
capabibty. and so acaW,.
quirementa were reduced ,
minated to accommodate tk
the name of a pararyiia..
tananism. ^^
On lower levels of educated
the public school svstem
was a parallel attack on
dards of learning, with botki
crtofogiats and deal rigbu i
cates demanding and achk
"social promotion on the I
of a students "right" to!
emotional development
THIS ADlLTERATiml
process occurred agan u- t,
post-Sputnik era 119S8). wkk,
further assault on educational
higher levels in the name
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e in South County who
Ruth and Curtis Straus,
, of the dedication and com-
ment displayed by these two
ziduals.
hey relocated to South Coun-
i year and a half ago, and have
emersed themselves into
fenteer activities to help
They are presently the
Program Directors of the
Iber Lunch Connection at
regation Anshei Emuna,
Bsored by Jewish Family and
dren's Service.
riginally from New York
Ruth was an RN and occu-
onal therapist and went on to
an advanced degree in art.
then taught art at New York
versity, Mercy College and
iix Community College. Cur-
in the securities field for
by years.
Utv "retirement" they de-
to become involved in
ng with senior citizens.
y secured positions with a
[for citizens center, with Ruth
Director. She designed a
aplete program which included
and crafts and other recrea-
pal activities, discussion
jps and helped with prob-
ls. Curtis became the "musical
Mr," entertaining on the
]sraeU Lebanon
Sign Accord
Continued from Page 1
aut a complete withdrawal of
aeli forces. The issue now rests
Syria and the PLO to reach
reement with Lebanon to get
eir forces out." He noted that
5. special envoy Philip Habib
s in Beirut and could possibly
to Damascus.
knowledgeable circles in Israel
jicated that despite Syria's in
nse pressure against the agree-
ent and war talk from Damas
5, they do not believe there will
var between Israel and Syria,
vertheless, Israel is taking
ecautions. A long period of
;huned tension is expected as
backdrop against which the
lomatic process will operate
hopefully culminate in the
lentual withdrawal of the
|rrian army from Lebanon.
Israel Radio cited high sources
l expecting armed incidents on
Dth sides of the Lebanese front
Jid possibly on the Golan
Jeights in the weeks ahead, but
) full scale war with Syria.
Ruth and Curtis Straus
piano, leading choral groups and
singalongs. They organized trips
and cultural activities as well.
Fifteen years later, with exten-
sive experience in their "new
careers," the Straus' responded
to an ad in The Jewish Floridian.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service was seeking volunteer* to
coordinate and administer the
social program for the Kosher
Lunch Connection, and the
Straus' couldn't be any more
qualified.
After successful interviews
with Spencer Gellert, Executive
Director of Jewish Family and
Children's Service, and Dena
Barash, coordinator of Jewish
Family Life Education, Ruth and
Curtis designed a social program
for the participants in the Kosher
Meals program, providing for a
variety of daily activities.
Their program runs from 9:30-
11:30 a.m., including arts and
crafts, needlework, knitting, card
games, interesting speakers,
music and exercise. They also
recruited volunteers to assist in
the implementation of the pro-
grams.
Ruth hopes to expand the pro-
gram, and has many good ideas
for the fall. "When you run it as a
club, everyone participates more
freely, and feels as though it is
their center. It provides a second
home and the opportunity to
make new friends. The activity
we generate gives people a sense
of belonging, accomplishment
and worth. Our satisfaction is
derived from looking around at
all the smiling faces and busy
hands," commented Ruth.
These two special people, I
feel, are worthy of recognition for
so gladly giving of their time and
themselves, for bringing so much
sunshine and enrichment into the
lives of others. They do mitzvot
from their hearts, and set an
example for Jews of all ages to
follow.
Kings Point
Celebrates Victory
Spirits were high as over 50
volunteers gathered at the Amer-
ican Savings Bank in Kings
Point on Friday, May 13th to
celebrate the successful cam-
paign worked at Kings Point this
year.
Iz Siegel, Chairman of Kings
Point, jubilantly congratulated
everyone for their hard work and
dedication. Co-Chairmen Joe
Master, Sol Lapidus and Sam
Robinson were also present. A
round of applause greeted the an-
nouncement that Kings Point's
total contributions for 1983 had
reached an all-time high of
$90,000.
Harvey Grossman, South
County Jewish Federation Cam-
paign Director, spoke to the
group on the wonderful work that
was done this year and the plan-
ning needed for the future.
Many present took the oppor-
tunity to relay their own experi-
ences working in the drive. New
ideas were exchanged that will
prove beneficial in future cam-
paigns as a feeling of pride and
accomplishment was felt by all
present. The group adjourned for
refreshments, while enthusiastic
discussions continued in small
groups.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Fridy.Mly,
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Jewish Property Gets 5-15 Years
NEW YORK-(JTA)-Brad Barry, a Kings Point,
L.I., man convicted of vandalizing the property of Jewish
neighbors, was sentenced to 5-15 years imprisonment by a
Nassau County Court and ordered to pay $16,000 to cover
the damages.
Barry was found guilty last March on charges of arson
and criminal mischief against his neighbors, Yaacov and
Hanna Elkon.
THE CHARGES included daubing the Elkon's garage
with swastikas and anti-Semetic slogans, trying to set fire
to their house and leaving a voodoo doll on their lawn with
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 11
founts on Withdrawalof Syrian Forces
|By DAVID FRIEDMAN
ASHINGTON -
pa) The Reagan
[ministration is counting
Syria to withdraw its
3ps from Lebanon des-
ks opposition to the
eement between Israel
I Lebanon worked out by
xretary of State George
[ultz and signed by both
entries.
ShulU made this clear after
efing President Reagan at the
liite House on his two-week
ssion in the Middle East.
fhey (the Syrians) have been
critical of the agreement,"
said in response to questions
km reporters.
j'But that is not really the
lestion we are asking them. We
asking them to withdraw, and
By have said, over quite a
fiod of time, that they are
bdy to withdraw when the
banese ask them to withdraw,"
lull/, said. He added that while
Syrians rejected the Israel-
kbanon agreement when he
kited Damascus, "they haven't
Ed they won't withdraw."
ISHULTZ maintained that
spite "problems and diffi-
Jties" in obtaining the with-
awal of Syrian and Palestine
|>eralion Organization forces
behind Syrian lines, "it is
tar that there is a weight of
kinion building up in the Arab
trld that this is the opportunity
bring about Israel's with-
awal from Lebanon along with
I foreign forces."
I Rut in Paris. Prince Sultan
Abdel A/717, the Defense
linister of Saudi Arabia, after
'3'/2-hour meeting'with U.S.
notary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger, said that there can
! no linkage between Israeli and
vrian withdrawal. He said that
Budi Arabia is "not a tool" to be
I to put pressure on Syria.
I At the State Department,
bputy spokesman Alan Rom
erg, declaring that the Saudis
Bve played a "very constructive
|>le," said the U.S. "under-
nds" that the Syrians see their
ng in Lebanon as "a different
et of circumstances" than Israel.
in he stressed that it is "also
ery clear that if there is no with-
awal of Syrian and PLO for
there will not be an Israeli
withdrawal.
SHULTZ ALSO indicated this
then he said both Syria and
l>anon "feel that Che question
Syrian withdrawal is an
nrelated matter" from an Israeli
ullout, "so there's nothing in
agreement about Syrian
withdrawal. On the other hand,
Israelis make it very clear, as
|rou would expect, that they
on't withdraw except when
ere is simultaneous withdrawal
the PLO and the Syrians,"
Shultz said. This is contained in a
fside letter," he pointed out.
Shultz indicated that the next
ep is for the Lebanese to of-
cially ask the Syrians to leave
id then to engage in "discus-
>ns" with them. Romberg
emed uncertain whether the
banese request to Syria will be
nade publicly.
101 Jews Exit
NEW YORK (JTA) One
iindred and one Jews were
owed to leave the Soviet Union
Bt month, it was reported here
the Soviet Jewry Research
iureau of the National Confer
>ce on Soviet Jewry. This figure
^presents a 20 percent decline
Mn the number of Jews per-
mitted to leave the USSR in Feb-
iry andjBsJBgs the total for the
first quart*- of 1983 to 307 people
]- the lowest quarterly figure
Ixince 1968, the Research Bureau
I said.
Shultz stressed, however, that
he does not plan to return to the
Middle East soon. "I'm planning
to stay home for a while. I like it
here," he said. He emphasized
that U.S. special envoy Philip
Habib is still in the Middle East
and that he is both "well known,"
to the Syrians and they "like"
and "respect" him.
MEANWHILE, after Rom-
berg said earlier last week that he
could not immediately state when
Syrian officials had publicly said
they would withdraw from Leba-
non when Israel did, the State
Department has provided a
"selected" list of such state-
ments. One quotation was from
last Nov. 20 when President
Hafez Assad of Syria told the
Syrian General Federation of
Trade Unions in Damascus,
"Today we assert that as soon as
the Israeli invading forces with-
draw from Lebanon, there will be
no problem about our forces."
Shultz and other Administra-
tion officials have maintained for
months that they have been
assured by Syrians and other
Arab leaders that Syria and the
PLO would withdraw from
Lebanon once the Israeli army
leaves. When Shultz was asked
whether Syria was under pres-
sure from the Soviet Union not to
withdraw, he replied, "I do not
know."
HE NOTED that Tass, the
official Soviet news agency,
published an article attacking the
Israel-Lebanon agreement. But,
he added, "I do have the impres-
sion from the history of Syria and
also from direct discussions with
the Foreign Minister and Presi-
dent Assad that these are two
very independent people, and I
doubt that anybody is telling
them what to do. I think they'll
probably decide for themselves,"
he said.
He said he accepted the Soviet
explanation that the departure
from Beirut of dependents of
Soviet embassy employees there
was for their normal summer
holiday. Officials both in Wash-
ington and Jerusalem have seen
the departure of the dependents
as well as the reinforcement of
Syrian forces and the PLO in
Lebanon's Bekaa valley as part
of a psychological effort aimed at
preventing Lebanon from signing
the agreement with Israel.
But ShulU, when asked about
the increased forces in the Bekaa
Valley, made no mention of the
Syrians, though he noted that
"Some PLO have reentered
Lebanon." He said "That's in
violation of the agreement under
which they evacuated Beirut, and
I think we ought to take note of
that fact." He added that this
was "an unwelcomed develop-
ment. We want them to be
moving out, not moving in."
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Tit Jewish FloridiaM af&mtk Ctmmty
On the Boohthelf
Another Searing Saga of the Holocaust
fmn.
By Mem
York Sc Marts s
Preaa. 19B. 309 Pp, $13.96-
By MOKTON L
J euisk Plondtm* Book Editor
Merritx Lean I
hw first novai yat
saga of the Hoaxaaat. It appears
that there no cad. nor should
there be to memoirs by Holo-
caust suiriws who
is the caw with
Songs
We sometanes tend to weary of
reading these morbid arrmirm of
bloody beatiaHties against oar
Jewish saner* and brothers. We
have unable bearing the pains in
oar hearts and the aches in our
heads as we learn once again
shoot the unspeakable crackles
of the Nazi batchers. Can a. be
that the horror of the Holocaust
loses its dreed as we are man-
dated with novels, biographies.
films, and television programs all
of which attempt to *rj>im the
wrpl arable? Has repetition re-
duced to the commonplace this
unique and most extraordmarv
tragedy?
IT SEEMS to me that we dare
'tot tire of Holocaust tales
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far k is
the Sao
reataag place.
And so. A Book of
in novels, as takes its rightful place on
A Book of ever-growing hat of efforts
used well by the author to o
re-
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for all interested parents at the
school (414 NW 35th St.I. May 26
at 7:30 pjn.. at which the Pack
was organized for September op-
eration. For information, call
Harriet Levy at 421-5980
towers.
OTHERS CHOSE suicide by
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To the degree
. however, he succeed!
branantrr in oonvevmg frightful
nnages of a dreadml concentra-
tion camp which housed an un-
usual number of musicians, phy-
sicians and aitelkctuals They
worked at ""> which turned
scrap metal into shrapnel The
noise of the mar haws rrtaud a
cacophony of sounds and the
prisoners const stated an "or-
chestra." Their "music" gives
the book its title
The players in the orches-
tra were readily replaceable As
disease, fflth and hunger brought
them to the point of death, the
guards hastened then- departure,
using rifle butts as killing dubs
Vacancies also developed when
despairing pragmas ran to the
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coupon ;
TOOAV! I
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ON THE GULF OF f/FXICO
not named in the book.
Nor'does the narrator have a
name. Tmhwl most of the in-
mates are name aw* having been
%- --r*ri Inks automatons
who man the mar nines, receiving
barely enough food to keep alive
The misery of the camp it re-
lieved by a youngster who pkrys
the viofan- He is tolerated by the
guards as he exchanges s tune for
a piece of bread, taken from the
meager ratnns of the prisoners.
His music contributes to "A
Book of Songs
TO SAVE this boy becomes
the obsession of one prisoner.
Avron. who somehow retains his
faith in God He succeeds in per-
suading the narrator to accept re-
i|WBHlili for the boy. knowing
that he Avron. cannot last much
longer The launches narrator
doss enable the boy. also name-
less, to survive His missaon to
achieve this goal insures his own
survival When the allied soldiers
overrun the camp, only the boy
and the narrator are left alive
During the telling of the story,
which covers an unspecified
number of months, we are intro-
duced to several of the prisoners
who cease to be wmgVrf and
faceless We are pitiless ry
pounded by unimaginable
strockaa perpetrated on them
and by them to each other. The
terror is never hmqj
The book helps to rivet us to
the Holocaust. We can ask no
more since we are thus bound
once again to the Jews who lived
and died between 1933 and 1945
a devastating period in our
history, longer and worse than
the forty years in the desecx. and.
the centuries of staverv in Egypt
With books like this.'we cannot
forget We most not forget
UNIFIL Role
Unclear
UNITED NATIONS UTAt
- The future of the United Na
tions Interim Force in Lebanon
lUNIFILl. following the Leb-
anese-Israeli accord on the with-
drawal of Israeli troops from
Lebanon, is unclear. United Na-
tions officials said today.
The officials said that after the
accord is implemented the
security Council will have to con-
vene in a special session to decide
if the mandate of UNIFIL should
continue or if there should be anv
changes regarding its composi-
tion and operation.
UNIFIL's mandate was ex-
tended in January for another
six-months period The 6.000
member UNIFIL was established
by the Security Council in 1978 to
monitor the peace in south Leb-
anon.
Gaza Placed
Under Curfew
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
security forces have placed Gaza
under curfew following the fatal
shooting of an Israeli civiban
Menachem Dadon. 24. a member
of a nearby kibbutz, was shot at
short range in the neck as he was
shopping in Gaza's central
marketplace, military officials
said He was pronounced dead at
the scene. Military officials said
he was the victim of an apparent
Palestinian terrorist attack. A
* of the area im-
msdiatejyjaunched.
...., ,.,
i
A Rabbi
Comments
Rabbi Dr. Louis Sacks
The following is brought to Floridian rvoderj by tktfkm
County Rabbinical Association. If then art topics voaa
iike our Rabbis to discuss, pitas* submit them to tht Floret
'THE TREE af LIFT
The glorious Festival of Shavuot glorifies and celebrttniy'
Supreme Moment in Jewish and World Hartory tl?
through the divinely thunderous words of the decaknl
reverberating from Sinai's peak, both the corner-stories indS
stones of authentic Religion. Moral*}, and ethics, wmtm
smitted through Moses, the Servant of the Lord, to our pS
and to all of humanity. ^"I
In our hallowed Torah Tradition, we are enjoined to nJ
bolically beautify our homes with greens and Son)
arrangements, reminicent of the Divine drama enacted on ta
greenery of G-d's holy mountain.
To impress upon us the bask truth that our Torah is ii
our "Tree of Life" the following challenging parable, in as
sonance with Shavuot. has been incorporated in our Midnakt
treasure-legacy.
In a perceptive parable, the Midrash relates how once ihajl
nestled on a branch. As the bird glided gracefully through u
heavens, the branch was filled with chagrin and envy, fa-1
looked upon itself as being imprisoned on the tree, and it looni
for the freedom and mobility of the bird.
Pleadingly, the branch turned heavenward and prayed toG4,
that He. in His mercy, would liberate it from the tree so thai I
could enjoy the unbridled freedom personified by the winest
bird ^*
The midrashk parable continues that G-d hearkened untotk
prayer of the branch by sending a mighty gale, wrenching tk
branch from the trunk of the tree, lifting it heavenward. As tk
branch soared upward, a Luting song of freedom reverbowid
through its being. It was blissful in the awareness that now i
had the birdlike quality of gliding through the elements.
After a few hours, however, the gale subsided, hurling tk
branch into a gutter and setting into motion the slow bit
Inevitable process oi decay. Shorn now of its source of nouns
ment. the branch began to dry up and rot until what wufcr-
meriy a beautiful twig, pulsating with life-energy, was reduced
to a heap of debris and rubbish.
The branch realized the foolishness of its original longnf.
In the moment of agony, it understood fully that the rootage*
the trunk was not a straightjacket stifling and repressing. b
rather the very artery of its life, pouring into the branch the af
of sustenance, invigorating k to grow and luxuriate in all of
G-d's glory.
In a penitential and confessional mood, it now turned to G-d,
asking for forgiveness.
Our Torah heritage has been likened by the prophets untoi
tree The Torah is termed EITZ CHAIM. the Tree of Life Every
family represents a branch of this majestic and glorious tree,
with the individual Jew being a lea: on the branch. Too often in
our estrangement from Jewish life and our alienation from
Jewish values, we. as the branch, foolishly look upon our Tonh
heritage and synagogue affiliation as being a straight jack!
stifling us and repressing us. Too often we echo the asinine
words of Heine, that "Judaism is not a religion but a
catastrophe."
Some Jews seek to be liberated from then- spiritual rootage*
the quest for a birdlike type of freedom. Alas, through bitter
experience, many learn that the trunk which was looked upon
with contempt was indeed the source of one's life. To be u
alienated Jew shorn from faith in G-d. Torah and the mission of
the peoplehood of Israel, is indeed a tragic experience not only
for the Jewish people, but for the individual.
Only bygrafting your life unto the EITZ CHAIM. the Treeof
Life of religious commitment, will you derive from its trunk the
nourishment for your mind and soul. Instead of being a cipher,
let us write a luminous chapter adding to the glory of a 400fr
year old Torah tradition spun by patriarchs, prophets, saints
and scholars Amen.
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Dmcid Rownbioom
AdamPiv*9on
Hope Suigrod
Bar/Bat Mitzvah
DAVID ROSEN BLOOM
Ob Saturday. Hey 28. David
Michael Roeenbtoom. eoo of
Sijjhd Roaenbloorn and RooaJd
Rnaenhhxau, will be called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton as a Bar Mitzvah. David is
student of Alexander D.
Henderson University School
and attends the Temple Beth El
Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
Sizncha are grandmother. Laos
Konogy of North Miami and
grandfather. Edward Rosen-
bloom of Miami Beach, along
with brother. Kevin. Oat of town
guests include Uncle Paul Isacofl
and Aunt Doris Isacoff of New
Haven. Conn.. Uncle Ronald
Hartatein of Near York, uncle and
aunts. Joan and Seymour Rosen-
stein of Ridgewood. N.J.. and
Brenda and Patrick Demongeot
of Washington. DC
David's hobbies are tennis,
socceer, and his two pets, "Luv"
and "Sam," and honors and
awards include Boca Raton Swim
Club. FAU Henderson School
Tennis Team and FAU Hender-
son School Soccer Team.
Following services a reception
will be held in David's honor.
TODD COHEN
On Saturday. May 28. Todd
Cohen, son of Marcia Cohen and
Stephen Cohen, will be called to
the Torah of Temple Beth El of
Boca Raton as a Bar Mitzvah.
Todd is a student of Boca Raton
Academy and attends the Temple
Beth El Religius School.
Family members sharing in the
Simcha are grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Matty Blank of Bal
Harbour. Fla.. and Mr. and Mrs
Saul Ettinger of Miami Beach.
Fla.. along with brother. Scott,
and sister. Ellen. Out of town
guests include many friends and
relatives.
Todd's hobbies are baseball,
golf, and tennis, and awards
include Honor Roll at Boca
Academy. Following services, a
reception will be hosted in Todd's
honor.
HOPE STEIGROD
On Saturday, May 21. Hope
Steigrod. daughter of Dolores
and Alan Steigrod, was called to
the Torah of Temple Beth El of
Boca Raton as a Bat Mitzvah.
Hope is a student of North
Broward School and attends the
Temple Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
Simcha were grandparents, Bella
Danan of Deerfield Beach, Fla.,
and Fran and Joseph Jacobs of
N. Miami Beach, Fla., along with
brother, Adam. Out of town
guests included aunt and uncle,
Norman and Barbara Cronfeld.
and cousins, Joy and Lyn
Cronfeld.
Hope's hobbies include
drawing, swimming, and fishing,
and she is on the North Broward
School Honor Roll. Following
services. Mr. and Mrs. Steigrod
hosted a reception in Hone's

ADAMFIVESON
On Saturday. May 21, Adam
Steven Frveson. son of Gloria and
Walter Frveaon. was called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton as a Bar M itzvah Adam is
a student of Boca Raton
Academy and attends the Temple
Beth El Religious School.
Family ineinlteis sharing in the
Simcha included grandparents.
Lena Lehah and Isadora Yitzvah
lyschok of Brooklyn, NY. along
with sister. M indy. and brothers,
Keith. Michael and Robert. Out
of town guests included an aunt,
uncle, and family friends.
Adam's hobbies include tennis,
horseback riding, archery and
fishing. Following services Mr.
and Mrs. Frveaon hosted
reception in Adam's honor.
ANTHONY MARCUS
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marcus
extend an invitation to all family,
friends and congregants to wor-
ship with them when their son.
Anthony, is called to the Torah
on the occasion of his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning
Todd Cohen
May 2*. at 9:30 a.m. at B'a
Tiwah Congregation.
GABY TEITELBAIM
Mr and Mrs. Juel Teitiflu
Mi-nded an invitation lo
f:muly. friends and uin^ =
<- -*in. Car* saw railed toil
n I he im.i-jon nf his Brj
Mil/.vah Saturuav :n>>rning.]
21. at 9:30 a.m.. at B'nai T
('ngregalinn.
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tons of engineers and
Ssts pronto by reducing
ftime, and even further,
Lber of educational re
bts for a degree that was
de worthless by such
Ionic practices.
institutions of higher
.only MIT stood out as
| these practices, instead
the complement of
requirements it de-
from its engineering
because MIT under-
^t an educated person,
\a his job, must be just
iucated. And because it
he impact of the reverse
jsewhere.
As if engineers and technolo-
gists, or anyone else, could
become educated without fulfill-
ing these requirements. As if
engineers and technologists, or
anyone else, could be mass-pro-
duced in the same way that we
had mass-produced tanks and
bombers during the war to end all
wars.
And so here, I conclude what I
have been saying about this issue
in these columns for the past
three weeks. Ask the administra-
tors, and. they will agree of course
that, yes, you can produce
engineers and technologists by
the numbers. And so of course
you can, they will say, achieve
_ excellence in education by crank-
ing up the excellence- in-education
machine, reprogramming it and
turning out massive numbers of
excellently-educated specimens.
BUT SPECIMENS are pre-
cisely what they'll be. Think of
the huge parades of technocratic
specimens on days of national
celebration in Moscow or Havana
to understand this, marionettes
of excellence without a smidgeon
of humanity to suggest they have
souls. You think it can't happen
here? Then observe.
Observe the videocorders and
PacMan in Miami or New York,
Chicago or Los Angeles. Or the
gutteral grunts and groans of
young people with whom you
have recently tried to communi-
cate. Or the personal headphone
stereos of platoons of blank-eyed
people tripping along the streets,
ears plugged by high-volume
pap, so they neither hear nor see
nor are required to say a thing
they couldn't articulate in the
first place without a "Hey, man"
or "like" or "okay or "really or
"far out."
These are the marionettes, and
they will never be turned into
specimens of excellence in educa-
tion given the criteria of excel-
lence as Teeter defines
themeconomic consideration
and the capacity to compete suc-
cessfully.
THEY HAVE eyes, but they
can not see; they have ears, but
they can not listen; they have
mouths, but they can not speak.
This is what our view of educa-
tion practiced over the last four
decades and more has wrought of
American "students."
And this is what the report of
the National Commission on Ex-
cellence in Education is destined
to wreak more of in its latest an-
tidote to our crisis in education.
Until we learn what education
in fact is ail aboutand one
thing it is not is a glorified trade
schoolwe will only be repeating
our past errors. Every American
should read Santayana to under-
stand what that meansif he or
she can read at all.
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