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Number 18
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Serving Boca Raton. Delray Beach, and Highland Beach, Florida Friday, May 3,1985
F,ashochet Price 35 Cents
Berliner to Get Award At Annual Meeting
Arnold Berliner, MD, is the recipient of the
1985 James and Marjorie Baer Young
Leadership Award, and will be presented with
it at the Annual Meeting of the South County
Jewish Federation this Tuesday evening, May
7, at 7:30 p.m.
The award includes a round-trip ticket to the
annual General Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations, which will take place this
year in Washington, D.C. in November.
The annual meeting is open to all members of
the Federation which means every member
of the community who has made a contribution
to the Federation-UJA Campaign.
The meeting will take place at the auditorium
of the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Com-
munity Center, 336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.,
Boca Raton.
The meeting will hear an annual report from
the president on the state of the Federation,
Campaign and community awards will be
presented, and officers will be elected for the
coming year. Refreshments will be served
following the meeting.
Nazi-Hunter
She Blames Kohl for Reagan's Decision
tRSFELD
fis Oitraged at Bit burg;
in-Belsen Cools Nothing
By ANDREW POLIN
Jewish Floridian Staff Writer
Nazi-hunter Beate
Klarsfeld blames West
German Chancellor Helmut
Kohl for President
Reagan's initial decision
not to visit a concentration
camp when he goes to
Germany in May.
"I think he was instrumental
[ in the decision that President
Reagan not go to Dachau,"
Klarsfeld said during a press
conference last week when she
came to Miami to commemorate
Yom Hashoah.
Reagan has since reversed
himself and will visit Bergen-
Belsen, a concentration camp
where at least 50,000 prisoners
died, mostly from starvation or
typhus. But Reagan still is
adamant about placing a wreath
in a cemetery where Waffen SS
storm troopers are buried.
LANDAU
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House an-
lat President
all, will visit
on camp site
West Ger-
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feelings of
over the
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stood for two
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a Holocaust
that Reagan'8
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ting that a visit
tion camp site
M to a Wehr-
[There can be no
mixing or mingling of the two
commemorations, Navon said.
Premier Shimon Peres, ad-
dressing the main memorial
service at the Yad Vashem, was
oblique in his criticism of the
President. While one can be
reconciled with one's enemies,
there can be no reconciliation
"with evil. There is no cause to
tear off the yellow star," he
declared.
Yitzhak Arad, chairman of the
Yad Vashem, urged Reagan to
cancel his visit to the German
military cemetery at Bitburg
where SS men are buried. He
said the visit would only be
exploited by those around the
world who try to deny that the
Holocaust ever occurred.
GIDEON HAUSNER,
chairman of the Yad Vashem's
International Council, who
prosecuted war criminal Adolf
Eichmann in 1961, stressed in
his address the deliberate failure
of the United States and Britain
to try to save victims of the
Holocaust from death.
Feres, in his address, observed
that the Holocaust victims were
helpless because for them there
was no sovereign Jewish State to
flee to. In our own time, he said,
the situation is deteriorating for
South American Jewry and they
should choose to settle in Israel
while they can. He said Israelis
must be prepared to lower their
living standards for a long time
in order to provide the resources
for immigrant absorption.
REAGAN'S ACTIONS, and
his statement that German
soldiers were as much victims of
Nazism as the Jews, have stirred
controversy recently. Jewish
organizations, as well as in-
dividuals, including author and
survivor Elie Wiesel, have
pleaded with Reagan to forego
his visit to the German cemetery
in Butburg.
Klarsfeld, who spoke at
Temple Emanu-El on Miami
Beach during Yom Hashoah
services, told reporters that Kohl
also has invited Paraguay
President Alfredo Stroessner,
whom she called the "protector of
(Dr. Josef) Mengele," to visit
Germany later this year.
Kohl's attitude toward Nazi
war criminals and the Holocaust
are part of the barriers Klarsfeld
and her husband, French-Jewish
lawyer Serge Klarsfeld, have had
to fight in their efforts to bring
Nazi war criminals to trial.
"We started so late because of
a complete lack of good will of
German justice," Klarsfeld said
during the press conference.
"Nothing happened until the
1960s until after the (Adolph)
Eichmann kidnapping. Only
then with pressure from abroad
. did the Germans start to
investigate and indict ... Nazi
criminals again."
KLARSFELD, who has been
nominated for the second time
this year by the Israeli Knesset
for the Nobel Peace Prize, said it
took 10 years before the three
main Nazi criminals responsible
for deporting 80,000 Jews from
France to Auschwitz were tried.
"The people were known and
living under their own names in
Germany. It took us 10 years to
come to the day when the trial
began," she added
The Klarsfields, who have
been the target of several
Continued on Page 4
Wiesel Tells Reagan
Tour Place is With SS Victims'
WASHINGTON -
"That place, Mr. President,
is not your place. Your
place is with the victims of
the SS." The speaker was
Elie Wiesel, the in-
ternationally-renowned
martyrologist of World
War II and poetic recorder
of the Nazi war against the
Jews. The occasion was the
presentation to him of a
Congressional Gold Medal.
The "place" to which Wiesel
was referring is the Bitburg
Cemetery in Germany, where
among other German war dead
are also buried SS, the Hitler
elite who were chosen for their
sworn determination to help
carry out the Nazi genocide of
the Jews.
PRESIDENT Reagan an-
nounced last week that he would
go to Bitburg in an act of
reconciliation next month and
place a memorial wreath there
because the Germans buried at
Bitburg, in his view, are as much
"victims" of Nazism as the Jews
themselves were.
Wiesel, chairman of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council,
pondered the possibility of
publicly refusing the
Congressional Gold Medal to
emphasize the horrified reaction
to this of Jews throughout the
world. In accepting the medal,
Wiesel begged the President to
change his mind.
RECALLING the horrors of
the Holocaust, the "flames,
flames rising to the heavens,"
Wiesel declared, "I have seen
children I have seen them
being thrown in the flames alive.
Words they die on my lips."
He added, "But, Mr.
President, I wouldn't be the
person I am, and you wouldn't
respect me for what I am, if I
were not to tell you also of the
sadness that is in my heart" as a
consequence of the presidential
plan to lay the wreath at Bit-
burg.
"May I, Mr. President,"
Wiesel continued, "if it's
possible at all, implore you to do
something else, to find a way, to
find another way, another site,"
he said. "That place, Mr.
President, is not your place.
Your place is with the victims of
theSS.
"Oh, we know there are
political and strategic reasons,"
Wiesel continued. "But this
issue, as all issues related to that
Elie Wiesel
awesome event, transcends
politics and diplomacy. The issue
here is not politics, but good and
evil. And we must never confuse
them, for I have seen the SS at
work and I have seen their
victims. They were my friends.
They were my parents.
"MR. PRESIDENT, there
was a degree of suffering and
loneliness in the concentration
camps that defies imagination
. Terror, fear, isolation,
torture, gas chambers, flames.
Continued on Page 2-
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, May 3, 1985
Press Digest
(Compiled from Israeli dailies
and the English-language Jewish
Press, by MARTY ERANN,
Director of Communications,
South County Jewish
Federation)
The National Jewish Post and
Opinion continues its tradition of
giving prominence to conflicts
between Jewish religious
movements and to barbs against
the Federations and the Jewish
establishment: In its front page
it carries one lead article quoting
Rabbi Pinhas Peli (an Orthodox
authority, editor of Panim El
Panim and professor of Judaism
at Ben-Gurion University of the
Negev) as telling a Toronto
congregation that "halacha is a
guideline and not a strict code to
which Jews must adhere." Rabbi
Peli goes on to say that what he
means is that rules should not be
followed mechanically, and
following them should not be
just an automatic act but one of
one's personality that
modern thinkers see halacha as
something that does not change,
but at the same time finds a way
to accept the changed, modern
world. "If there happens to be a
clash," Rabbi Peli is reported
saying, "between halacha and
the modern world, the modern
world is set aside and halacha
wins." Anyway, in or out of
context, the P and 0 got its
headline.
Kashrut is something to be
altogether forgotten); that half
the marriages he performs are
interfaith, and more than half of
Jewish marriages end in divorce;
and that the Federations have
taken over leadership of Jewry in
America, take the rabbis on
sufferance avoiding them as
much as possible and throwing
them crumbs of kovod.
Israel Today features an
extensive description of Senegal
whose president Abdou Diouf
visited the U.S. last month
and its virulent anti-Israel
stance, which is often worse than
that of the Arab countries
surrounding Israel. The article,
written by Abraham H. Foxman
(of the ADD and Abba Cohen,
describes Senegal's anti-Israel
activities in cooperation with the
Arab League, its efforts to
sabotage any efforts by Israel to
improve relations with other
African countries and its ex-
treme hostility toward Israel in
the UN. This, in spite of many
things which Israel had done in
the 60's to help Senegal on the
humanitarian and economic
fronts.
the lower income brackets,
provided the Knesset makes up
for it by adding taxes to the
higher brackets and finds other
levies to make up the revenue.
The paper also says that Premier
Shimon Peres has launched a
personal campaign of reassuring
the people that whatever
measures are taken, their
savings will not be hurt in
other words, eliminating some of
the existing forms of dollar-
linked programs will provide for
others which will safeguard the
value of savings.
of contacts with Jordan, with a
major breakthrough expected to
take place in that area soon.
M.E.I ______
Another front-page story in
the P and O tells of the board of
the Beth Israel Center of
Madison, Wis., (Conservative)
restricting the participation of
its women members in rituals,
over the objections of the rabbi.
Despite recommendations by the
ritual committee, the board
reduced the number of Shabbat
services in which women could
take equal part (in rituals such
as leading the service, being
called to the Torah, etc.), and
instead of allowing it on all
holidays reduced it to the second
days of major holidays.
Finally, in the biggest item of
all, the P and O continues to
select items from the series
written by David Landau of The
Jerusalem Post, quoting Rabbi
Armand Cohen of Cleveland's
Park Synagogue as saying that
of 2,000 families barely 150
attend Sabbath services when
there is no Bar Mitzvah being
held; that the situation in
Reform temples is even worse;
that the Jews of America have
given up the Shabbat (and
There is not one issue of any
Israeli paper, nowadays, which
does not devote extensive space
to the economic situation and
understandably so. Among the
latest pearls and headlines,
Yediot Aharonot reports that the
Finance Ministry (Israel's
equivalent of the Treasury
Department) is seriously con-
sidering a proposal to reduce
individual income tax rates for
The Israel papers are full of
speculation and hints concerning
the recent trip Ezer Weizman
made to Cairo: it was originally
to be a private trip, though i
was understood Weizman,
minister without-portfolio. would
naturally meet with Egyptian
leaders. When it was learned he
was to schedule formal meetings,
a cabinet crisis erupted, once
more threatening the unity
government's existence, which
everyone considers frail.
Ha'aretz reported that
Weizman returned from Egypt
with President Mubarak's
agreement to a package deal
concerning the issue of Taba and
the Avia Sonesta Hotel (a small
land strip adjacent to Eilat,
under dispute between Israel and
Egypt), and the return of an
Egyptian envoy to Israel, as well
as steps Israel should take to
improve the situation in the
administered territories and
other issues.
Ha'aretz says Weizman has
prepared the ground for a
summit meeting between Peres
and Mubarak, which will be held
shortly, and both he and
Egyptian Premier Kama!
Hassan Ali were optimistic that
the peace process has been
revitalized. (U.S. government
sources in Washington,
meanwhile, have strongly hinted
that all of the contacts between
Israel and Egypt are only the tip
of the iceberg: in effect, much
more is taking place in the way
A Shiite boy, 16, who was
captured along with an ex-
plosives-laden car he was going
to detonate on a suicide mission,
told Israeli authorities he agreed
to undertake the mission in order
to save his father. The boy said
he huad0buee" hired a yf rAear.lier percent chance of survJvTn/.Kl
by the Shnte movement Amal in explosion, since the Eat
a southern suburb of Beirut, to with the ^0 ibs. of expfi
work as a firefighter and civil- eauinned witH P *
defense worker (every militia has XlTSXr and he "^
its own emergency services).
Later, his father, who worked as
a pohceman in Beirut, was fa
volved in a car accident in wh
a young woman from ,
prominent Amal family u
The Shiite zealot group Edfe
influence to close the cZi
against the father, but then u*d
it as a way of blackmailing Z
man and his family VJ
pressuring the boy into' takinl
on the mission. Incidentally
boy was told he had a 501
the
would be
wearing a protective vest
n
I Wiesel Tells Reagai
Continued from Page 1
flames rising to the heavens."
In words to newsmen
following the ceremony, and in
reaction to the President's
determination to go to Bitburg,
Wiesel declared. "He said it is
because it is a state visit, too
much involved, there are foreign
policy considerations. I un-
derstand, but to me, this a moral
issue. The issue is good and evil,
and there can be no com-
promise."
During Wiesel's talk beneath
the Capitol rotunda, Presides
Reagan appeared visibly moved,
and his eyes seemed never to I
leave his concentration upon the
speaker who stood only a few
feet away from him.
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Congressman Dan Mica To Address Congregation
B'nai Israel On May 3 To Celebrate The 1st Anniversary of CBI
Friday, May 3, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
lago
Congressman Dan Mica will
[address Congregation B'nai
I Israel on Friday, May 3, during
|a Shabbat service in celebration
of the congregation's first an-
niversary.
It was only a little over a year
that four families en-
Itertained the notion of a new
iReform congregation in Boca
aton. Today, Congregation
!'nai Israel is the fastest
owing Reform congregation in
world, according to the
Jnion of American Hebrew
ngregations. With an ark
esigned and constructed by
fceveral members and a Torah
Honattti by another congregant,
Congregation B'nai Israel held
first Shabbat service last
August.
B'nai Israel has 175 family
nembers; it holds weekly Friday
light and Saturday morning
ervices: has a permanent site
construction of a synagogue
Yamato Road in central Boca
aton; and has a full-time rabbi
lerving those dedicated to
paking Judaism come alive.
"One explanation for B'nai
Israel's success is the
congregation's commitment to
creating a special family feeling
in an atmosphere of friendship
and closeness which is all too
hard to come by these days,"
explained Joel Nadel, president
of B'nai Israel and one of its
founders.
For many of its congregants,
B'nai Israel is their first
synagogue affiliation in Florida.
"We are here to sink new roots
together, and to create a vibrant
Jewish community together for
ourselves and our children,"
commented Rabbi Richard
Agler, spiritual leader of the
congregation. The
congregation's temporary home
and primary place of worship is
the Center For Group Coun-
seling, 22455 Boca Rio Road,
Boca Raton, where an
auditorium-in-the-round allows
members to see each other as
they pray. Members take an
active part in the service both by
singing and reading selections of
rincess Michael Is Nazi's Daughter
ky MAURICE SAMUELSON
[LONDON (JTA) -
Jincess Michael of Kent, a
lusin by marriage to
ueen Elizabeth, is the
[lighter of a Major in the
azi German SS, it was
sclosed here. The
/elation is a grave em-
rassment to the royal
lily, coming as it does as
country prepares to
imemorate the 40th
liversary of the war
iinst Hitler.
ommenting on the revelation,
ie in the Daily Mirror
spaper, the Queen's press
e at Buckingham Palace said
it had come to the Princess
total surprise and a total
k However, the Daily
or found it "unbelievable';
Hnncess Michael never
about her father's SS
ground.
ER FATHER, Baron
itner von Reibnitz, joined the
1983, at the very begin-
f the Third Reich, and was
'rsonal friend of Reichs-
Iali Hermann Goering. He
sh
is believed to have died two
years ago. Members of the SS
were declared to be war criminals
by the Nuremberg war crimes
tribunal.
Von Reibnitz married a
Hungarian countess in 1941 and
the princess, then Marie
Christine von Reibnitz, was born
in early 1945. Her father was
said to have been "shattered" by
his wartime experiences and
built a new life in Mozambique.
His daughter was married and
divorced before marrying the
Queen's cousin, Prince Michael,
in 1978. The father was not
present at their wedding.
THE REVELATIONS
followed the disclosure by the
same newspaper that Denis
Pirie, for 25 years one of
Britain's leading fascists, is
employed as an adviser on
exports at the British Ministry
of Trade. He has been sent on a
week's leave while the gover-
nment investigates the
revelations.
Pirie, 45, was a key figure in
the virulently anti-Semitic
National Front movement and
was said to be responsible for
promoting the slogan, "Boycott
Jewish supermarkets."
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their own choice. "The services
blend ancient traditions with
modern Reform theology," said
Howard Goldman, a board
member and chairman of the
Ritual Committee.
On Saturday mornings the
rabbi conducts a dialogue with
the congregants concerning
weekly Torah portions. When a
student reaches the age of 13 he
or she assists the rabbi in the
conduct of this dialogue as part
of the Bar-Bat Mitzvah
ceremony.
More than 70 children are
enrolled in B'nai Israels
religious school, the School For
Living Judaism. "Our school is
designed to create a warm,
enriching environment so that
the children will want to attend
and will not be forced to attend,"
says Renee Nadel, director of the
school.
Congregation B'nai Israel's
program also places emphasis on
social action issues. In October,
it took part in a rally at FAU to
protest the plight of the Soviet
"refuseniks." Members of the
congregation have written
hundreds of letters in an effort to
make Soviet leaders aware that
American Jews have not
forgotten about the fate of their
Soviet brethren. The
congregation also raised over
$1,000 to assist the exodus to
Israel of the Ethiopian Jews.
Congregation B'nai Israel also
has developed a relationship
with the Ebenezer Missionary
Baptist Church, Boca Raton's
oldest black congregation. Last
fall the Rev. Anthony Holliday,
pastor of Ebenezer, occupied the
pulpit at B'nai Israel and Rabbi
Agler was a guest and speaker at
Ebenezer services. Also, a group
of worshippers from B'nai Israel
attended a joint fellowship
service at Ebenezer, and
Ebenezer's Gospel Chorus and
Men's Choir have led
Congregation B'nai Israel in
song during a Friday night
service celebrating Shabbat and
Passover, the festival of
freedom.
"We are fortunate, as a new
congregation, to have obtained
someone of Rabbi Agler's
stature. He brings to his position
youth, exuberance and
charisma," says president Nadel.
Rabbi Agler was ordained in
1978 at the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York. Prior to
his current position, he was the
assistant rabbi at Stephen Wise
Synagogue in New York City
(1978-80!-, rabbi at Temple Beth
Shalom in Vero Beach (1980-82)
and associate rabbi at Temple
Beth El in Boca Raton (1982-84).
In addition to his respon-
sibilities as spiritual leader and
teacher at B'nai Israel, Rabbi
Agler serves on several local and
statewide committees, and was
appointed chairman of the
Justice and Peace Committee for
the State of Florida by the
National Reform Rabbinical
Conference.
Many thanks to all the following synagogues and
organizations that helped to make Israel Indepen-
dence Day '85 a truly spectacular day. Your com-
mitment for this important community event is
sincerely appreciated.
Barbara Stein, Chairman
Community Relations Council
Anshei Emuna
Congregation
Temple Beth El
Boca Raton Synagogue
B'nai Israel Congregation
B'nai Torah Congregation
Temple Sinai
Anshei Shalom Sisterhood
Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Jewish War Veterans
Post 266 Auxiliary
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National Council of Jewish
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Nazi-Hunter
Christian Right
Continued from Page 1
assassination attempts, have
had to fight the inertia of
German political society time
and time again. "It's only if you
push or if you demonstrate and
you pressure them that they
finally work."
KLARSFELD, who is German
and a Protestant, said there is no
hope for the older generation in
West Germany. "They overcame
the post-war as if nothing had
happened. And they didn't take
any lessons from what had
happened."
But there is the youth,
although she thinks they often
refuse to assume more
responsibility, which is contrary
to what motivates Klarsfeld.
"As a German and a non-Jew,
I think I have a historical and
moral responsibility to assume. I
assume this responsibility by
actions and not by words," she
said.
"I'VE been arrested in
countries where I've demon-
strated against anti-Semitism
... or Arab countries where I 've
pleaded the cause of Israel, of
the Jewish people, or in South
America where I've denounced
the fact that South American
dictatorships can protect Nazi
criminals," she added.
But Klarsfeld s motivation
hies in the relationship with her
two children, who are being
raised as Jews. "Asa German, I
had to give something to my
children to be proud of in their
German inheritance."
Now a major focus of Klar-
sfeld's work is directed toward
efforts to bring one of the most
infamous Nazi criminals to trial
the Angel of Death, Dr. Josef
Mengele, who carried out bar-
baric experiments on Jewish
prisoners at Auschwitz, the
death camp.
KLARSFELD, who visited
Paraguay twice in 1984 seeking
information on Mengele's
whereabouts, is planning to
return later this year. She is
preparing TV and radio ads
urging the Indians of Paraguay
to come forward with in-
formation on Mengele.
"We can assume that very few
people know about his
whereabouts," she said. "There
is always someone watching him.
The assumption is that he is
living close to the capital or
somewhere in the country," she
said.
Klarsfeld does not believe that
Mengele has visited the United
States. Since Mengele is rich,
Klarsfeld said, he did not need to
visit the United States where
there are many Jews living. But
Klarsfeld said the American-
occupying forces in Germany
after the war must have known
that Mengele was still in the
country.
"WE CAN only assume that
Mengele was known by the
Americans because he came back
to Germany in 1945 to his
family. No doubt the American
occupying powers knew about
the presence of Mengele," she
said.
She said Mengele now is
protected by President
Stroessner of Paraguay. "When
Meneele came in 1959 to
Paraguay he was recommended
by two Nazis and a close friend
of Stroessner.
"We know that Stroessner
promised that he would take
care of Mengele."
Klarsfeld said Mengele's life
since the end of the war is not a
secret.
"WE CAN trace him in
Argentina when he left Germany
in 1949. He first had a false
name, but then he took back his
old name and set up a firm in the
name of Mengele. He married,
under his name, the widow of his
brother.
"Only when Adolph Eichmann
was captured did he leave
Argentina and go to Paraguay,"
she added.
Klarsfeld said her goal is to
bring Mengele before German
justice and have him sentenced.
"The accusations are strong
enough to have him sentenced to
life imprisonment. Even 20 years
at his age means life im-
prisonment," she said.
WHEN ASKED about the
sentence, Klarsfeld responded,
"There is no relation between the
crimes committed by the Nazi
criminals and the pain you can
give them.
"How can you punish him for
10, 20 years? It wouldn't be
enough," she said. "You cannot
find a punishment corresponding
to the crimes. It's more or less
symbolic."
Klarsfeld said she and her
husband will try again to bring
about Mengele's extradition to
West Germany.
THE KLARSFELDS were
instrumental in bringing another
Nazi criminal, Klaus Barbie, the
'Butcher of Lyon.' to justice.
Barbie's trial should begin by
the end of the year in France.
Klarsfeld said both she and
her husband felt a "release" for
all the work, pain and money
they had put into the case when
Barbie was extradited from
Bolivia to France.
"When we really started to get
active against Barbie it was to
take vengeance for the deaths of
43 Jewish children deported to
Auschwitz," she said.
On another topic, Klarsfeld
advised the American Jewish
community to fight neo-Nazi
movements whenever they want
to march.
"It's unbelievable that 40
years after the war there are
movements and organizations
denying the Holocaust,"
Klarsfeld said, adding that the
neo-Nazis have prompted Jews
to rebuff their lies and distor-
tions.
"ITS CERTAINLY im
possible to convince the neo-
Nazis, but we have to avoid
letting young people be con-
taminated by the literature," she
said.
Klarsfeld's appearance was
sponsored by the Southeastern
Florida Holocaust Memorial
Center, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, and the
Federation's Community
Relations Committee.
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By JUDITH KOHN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The "Christian
right" although not
necessarily anti-Semitic
itself is helping to create
a climate of opinion that is
bad for Jews, Rabbi
Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of
American Hebrew
Congregations told a
prominent evangelical
leader at a public forum
here.
In a "debate" on the role of
religion in politics sponsored by
the Reform movement's
Religious Action Center in
Washington, Schindler told the
Rev. Pat Robertson that Jews
object not to the right of
religious groups to participate in
political discourse, but to the
style and tone of the arguments
the fundamentalist Christians
put forward.
"THERE IS too much
hyperbole. Everything is cast in
apocalyptic terms," Schindler
said. Issues such as abortion and
prayer in public schools are far
too complicated, he told
Robertson, to brand the par-
ticipants in the debate as either
for or against God and religion.
The debate, which drew some
1,500 people to the Washington
Hebrew Congregation, opened a
three-day consultation on
conscience by the Reform
movement here. The convention
was being attended by some 300
rabbinical and lay leaders from
around the country, and included
meetings with numerous
members of Congress on both
domestic and foreign policy
issues.
Schindler's comments followed
an address by Robertson, in
which the minister, whose
television program, the "700
Club," draws millions of viewers
every week, took pains to em-
phasize the "love that we have
for Israel" and to assuage a
pronounced uneasiness among
many American Jews about
what they perceive as an at-
tempt by evangelicals to break
down the barrier between church
and state.
AS AN example of his own
organization's commitment to
Israel, Robertson said, the
televison station run by his
group in southern Lebanon
produced the camera footage
contradicting a claim by CBS
television that Israelis had
deliberately fired at two of their
cameramen while searching a
Lebanese village for terrorists
last month. The CBS crewmen
were killed, prompting im-
mediate condemnation by the
network.
However, after a visit to the .
scene of the incident and con-
sultation with Israeli officials,
vice president of CBS, Ernest
Leiser, subsequently
ackowledged that the Israeli
soldier who fired at the crewmen
could have mistaken them for
terrorists.
But the debate, which actually
took the form of two consecutive
addresses with a few brief
rebuttals thrown in as asides,
did little to bridge the gap
between the Christian fun-
damentalists and those Jewish
leaders who are reluctant to
regard them as allies.
Overtures to the Jewish
community by evangelical
leaders such as Moral Majority
founder Jerry Falwell, who was
initially scheduled to appear as
Schindler's opponent but can-
celled due to illness, have raised
differences about whether the
evangelical suDDort for IsrjjeJ
should open the way for active
cooperation between the two
groups.
THE ISSUE of prayer in
public schools, actively sup-
ported by the fundamentalists
and endorsed by the Reagan
Administation, has been a
particularly strong bone of
contention.
But Robertson, who was
invited at the last minute to
appear in Falwell's place, said
that Jewish objections to prayer
in school were the product of a
legitimate but misplaced fear.
"Inside of the Jewish people
there's a fear it may be on the
surface, it may be under the
surface, but it's a strong fear
that somehow, some way, we're
going to go back to what
happened in Germany, or what
happened during the Spanish
Inquisition, or what happened in
England, or what happened in
any other country," Robertson
said.
He added, "There's a fear way
down deep inside, and what
often comes out of theat fear is,
let's get away from all religion
because it may break out and
come against us."
CITING FROM a sermon by
Robertson himself, Schindler
responded that the hyperbole
and "absolutistic terms" used by
the fundamentalists give Jews
good reason to fear. Robertson
was quoted in his address as
saying that "the Constitution of
the United States is a marvelous
instrument for self-government
by Christian people, but that the
moment you turn it into the
hands of non-Christian people
and atheistic people, they can
use it to destroy the very
foundation of our society."
The minister later said he had
been quoted out of context and
that his comments had actually
been a paraphrase of a statement
by President John Adams, a
framer of the Constitution. By
"Christian," Robertson ex-
plained, he himself had been
referring to a shared Judeo-
Christian faith.
But Robertson said that as a
minister, he could not attack
other clergymen who have,
statements which
him.
embarp
SCHINDLER maintained*
this extreme and absolute
language of the Christian
creates a climate of ooinS
which is hostile to rdiri
tolerance. Such a climate io
for civU liberties, bad for hu
rights, for interfaith
derstanding and for mut]
respect among Americt
Therefore, it is also bad
Jews."
Although Robertson's
mitment to Israel was
doubtedly sincere, Schindler t
the minister, and although
"Christian Right" is not
monolith but a "companionslii|
of like-minded individuals!
groups, "we simply have
other choice but to interpret]
and to lump you with theothi,
especially when the words
moderation which you
beautifully speak are so
contradicted by those
whom you confer, or whom ]
endorse, or on whose letter!
your name appears."
Tliree L.L
Youths Charged |
NEW YORK (JTA).
Three Long Island youths I
been charged with burglary i
criminal mischief in last
vandalism of the North
Hebrew Academy in
Point. Police estimated
damage at more than $100,000.]
The three youths, who
not identified by police
they are minors, are alle,
responsible for the destruction j
hundreds of books, comp
two pianos and audio
equipment. Windows werei
broken, desks were overtu
and paint poured on the floors
Some 300 parents
students joined together
Sunday to clean up the
The academy is a private l
of 250 students up to the i
grade. The school was closed!
Passover when the vandala
occureed.
DATE:
TIME:
The South County
Jewish Federation
announces its
ANNUAL MEETING
Tuesday, May 7,1985
7:30 p.m.
PLACE: The Auditorium
Adolph & Rose Levis
Jewish Community Center
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton
AGENDA:
President's Report on
State of the Federation
Campaign and Community Awards
Election of Officers
Desserts & Coffee Following the Meeting
All contributors to the Annual Campaign are
invited to share this evening.
R.S.V.P.-Federation office 368-2737


Friday, May. 3,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
Federation/UJA Campaign '85 Update
-
iLeft to right}: Andrew Whitehill, Barry Halperin, Kenneth W
Brown, Buddy Himber, Mark Braun.
Bstancia Seeks to Climax
Drive On High Note
e
A coffee and planning meeting
i was held recently for the
Estancia campaign committee at
the home of Phylis and Mark
Braun, to plan the culmination
|of this year's campaign.
One of the innovations to
Icome out of this meeting was the
[plan to hold a family picnic-
Ibarbecue for all residents of
lEstancia at the Levis JCC in
June. This will be a special
event, which promises to do
wonders to the feeling of
fellowship among Estancia
residents. More details will
follow.
In addition, three educational
(non-solicitation) cocktail parties
were planned for May. Janet and
Andrew Whitehill, Phyllis and
Mark Braun, Wendy and
Kenneth Brown, Shelly and
Barry Halperin and Verna and
Buddy Himber were kind enough
to offer to sponsor and-or host
these parties. The first will be
Seated, front (left to right): Kenneth W. Brown,
Wendy Brown, Janet Whitehill, Phyllis Braun,
Harvey Grossman, Marcia Needle. Back (left to
right): Andrew Whitehill, Barry Halperin, Buddy
Himber, Mark Braun. Also in attendance but not
pictured: Dr. Arnold Berliner, Dr. Larry S.
Char me.
Pheasant Walk Party For May 14
held on Wednesday, May 8, at
the home of Shelley and Barry
Halperin; the second will be held
at the home of Phyllis and Mark
Braun on Thursday, May 16;
and the third at the home of
Verna and Buddy Himber, on
Wednesday, May 29.
\ILeft to right): Frank White, Harriet Shanus,
\Huth White, Sol Shanus, Shep Kaufman and Hy
\$40,000 Went to Federation
Glantz. Not pictured: Fred Saffer.
Del-Aire Charity Golf Tourney: Memorable Event
out
The Del-Aire Charity Golf
oumament held recently turned
'" to be truly, a day to
member. Even the elements
perated, as a beautiful day
aed to the warmth and ex-
tement that started with a
,lVh brunch before the 12
dock shotgun and a lively
Mail party at poolside on
"npletionofplay.
The day culminated with an
egant dinner-dance for the 120
jayers and their ladies. The five
p w"ining teams were:
1st Place Shep Kaufman,
ih5iael Ber8h<. Maurice
lhller and Saul Lerner;
2nd place Larry i^fo
bhMaJanrFrankWhiteand
3rd place Howard Chavin.
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nay Williams;
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nd Monroe Schaffar; and
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\ ***** Israel (courtesy of
South County Jewish
HH *** *V Mr. and
mint Siegal.
rWk ironM "capture
[^ by Pnnce Monyo. which
ucuoned off and WM
purchased by Bernice and Garry
Lebbin. Every couple went home
with a "goody bag" courtesy of
Roz and Irving Bottner, Zelda
and Sam Chafetz, Joan and
Larry Gottsegen, Peggy and
Bob Mad an and Ruth and Frank
White.
A special presentation of a
plaque made of Jerusalem stones
was made by Abner Levine to
Harriet and Sol Shanus, angels
for the day, as a token of ap-
preciation for their outstanding
support of this event.
As a result of the event, a
check for $40,000 was turned
over to the South County Jewish
Federation, in addition to checks
made out to several other
charities.
The chairmen of the event,
Ruth and Frank White, ex-
pressed their thanks to everyone
who worked so diligently to
make the golf tournament the
great success it turned out to be
with a special note of thanks
to Shep Kaufman "who is
always willing and is there when
you need him!"
Among the people who made
the Charity Golf Tournament
come off so well were Hy Giants
(tournament), Fred Saffer and
Ted Kellert (finance), Barbara
Lurie and Terry Kaufman (the
refreshment carts), and the work
crew that gave so freely of their
time: Zelda Chafetz, Sara Gould,
Hillv Gknta. Florence Litvack.
Mitzie Cutler, Peggy Madan.
Arlene Schuster, Roz Yellen,
Janet Zieky and many others.
Barry Ziskinder, chairman for
the Pheasant Walk area, has
announced a wine and cheese
party for Pheasant Walk will
take place on Tuesday, May 14,
at 8 p.m., on behalf of the 1985
Federation-UJA Campaign.
"This will be a great op-
portunity for Jewish residents of
Pheasant Walk to meet and
socialize, and get to know their
Jewish neighbors," Ziskinder
said. "Dr. Richard Bregman has
generously offered his home for
the event, and those attending
will have the opportunity to
make their gift to the 1985
campaign at the time."
Guest speaker for the evening
will be Harvey Grossman, South
County Jewish Federation's
campaign director.
Grossman was born in
Brooklyn, N.Y., but moved to
Florida in 1949, at age two. He
received an Associate in Arts
degree from Miami Dade
Community College and went on
a scholarship to study in Tel
Aviv University's first Overseas
Program, going on to receive a
BA in clinical psychology and to
complete three years of graduate
work at TAU.
He then went on to work as a
counselor, doing a great deal of
his work in underprivileged areas
(now known as Project Renewal
neighborhoods), but also
teaching at TAU and developing
a private practice. The eight
years he spent in Israel have
forged in him a lasting per-
ception of Jewish identity and
feeling of kinship among Am
Israel the Jewish People.
Grossman formerly worked as
a field representative for Israel
RnnHs in Palm Beach County,
and has been director of the
campaign since 1982. He lives in
Boca with his wife Roz and their
three children.
Phyllis Squires
Women's Division
Tops $1 m.
In Campaign
Phyllis Squires, Women's
Division chairman of South
County Jewish Federation,
proudly announced the Women's
Division has succeeded in
passing the $1,000,000 mark.
This marks the first year that
the Women's Division has at-
tained this goal.
"Much dedication, hard work
and commitment from the many
volunteers made this wonderful
achievement possible," Phyllis
said.
The Women's Division is
eagerly anticipating the 1986
campaign.
UJA SUMMER SINGLES
HATIKVAH MISSION
July 21-31,1985
Pre-Mission To Paris Available
Stay In Five-Star Hotels In Tel Aviv,
Jerusalem and Eilat
Visit Israeli Industry and Meet Its Leaders
Unearth History First-Hand
On An Archaeological Dig
See Israel As You Can
Only On A UJA Mission
(FOR SINGLES 22-40)
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'Silent no more
Soviet Jewry update}
The intensified press cam-
paign against Jews studying
Hebrew, practicing Jewish
culture and seeking repatriation
to Israel reverberates with
familiar themes geared toward
discrediting individual
refuseniks and the Soviet Jewish
community as a whole. Per-
meating all aspects of the media,
anti-Semitism in the form of
anti-Zionist and anti-Israel
sentiment is repeated with in-
creasing frequency. "Always on
the Alert," an article appearing
in "Sovetskaya Moldavia,"
states that "Zionist centers and
organizations try to impose
on our people the Hebrew
language try to draw them
closer to Judaism and use
this as a background for forming
organizational links in the fight
against the Soviet regime."
While not the first time Hebrew
and Judaism have been linked
with anti-Soviet activity in the
Soviet press, the comment is
significant in that it was made
by the Chairman of the
Moldavian KGB. Other articles
generally discredit the quality of
life in Israel, such as "A Letter
From Paradise," (from
"Rabochaia Gazeta"): "Israel is
the most dangerous and hopeless
place for Jews nowhere are
they subjected to such danger of
physical and moral destruction
as in the Jewish state."
Perhaps most insidious are
Soviet press reports which
identify and libel individual
Soviet Jews, as exemplified by
"On a Ruinous Path" (from
"Sovetskaya Zhitomirshchina").
Purporting to be a detailed
account of the case against
IOSIF BERENSHTEIN. the
report describes him as a
"hooligan" who brutally at-
tacked a policeman, a "graduate
from the Ukrainian Agricultural
Academy who never worked a
single day in the system of
agriculture." and a "master in
the art of lying." The article
makes a mockery of Iosif and his
wife, FAINA. denying all
reports of the critical injuries he
sustained while in the holding
prison. Finally, the report calls
for "forces to put an end to the
false inventions of the Beren-
shteins."
A similar "report." entitled
"Bankruptcy," was aired on
Odessa television. Supposedly an
account of MARK NEPOM-
NIASHCHYs trial, the report
portrayed him as "an actor who
was not at all genuine," and who
"pretended to be deaf to gain
sympathy."
Eight families from Tblisi,
Bendery, Moscow. Leningrad
and Yervan. including
GRIGORY GOLDSHTEIN,
IDA NUDEL, LEV FURMAN
and EVGENY LEIN, sent the
following message to Israel,
Murphy Meets With W. Bank
Palestinians at Jerusalem Consulate
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
U.S. Assistant Secretary of
State Richard Murphy met with
about 25 West Bank Palestinian
leaders at a reception in his
honor at the U.S. Consulate in
East Jerusalem. He said later
that his talks with the
Palestianians left him with the
impression that they are anxious
to see progress in the peace
process.
Murphy was given a petition
signed by 22 West Bank political
personalities urging the U.S. to
negotiate directly with the
Palestinian Liberation
Organization and to recognize
PLO chief Yasir Arafat as the
sole legitimate representative of
ihe Palestinian people.
In Washington, State
Department spokesman Bernard
Kalb declined to comment on the
petition or on the substance of
Murphy's meeting with the
Palestinians. He stressed,
however, that "there was no
functionary, no official of the
PLO invited to that gathering
and no one attended in that
sense." He reiterated that "our
policy on meeting the PLO is
firm and we are adhering to it
strictly."
The Palestianians who met
with Murphy at what was of-
ficially a social gathering
represented a broad spectrum of
political views in the occupied
territories. Representatives of
the Palestinian rejection front
were absent. No statements were
made afterwards and the
meeting did not go beyond an
exchange of views.
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"We, refuseniks and ex-prisoners
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Passover. We hope that your
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reality, and look forward to our
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Following the death of her
husband. YAKOV. in January.
RIMMA SOSNA was the victim
of questionable Soviet logic.
Although the authorities per-
mitted Rimma's daughter-in-law
and two grandchildren, none of
whom she had previously met, to
come from England to Leningrad
for Yakov's funeral, a visitor's
permit was denied to her only
son, BORIS. Consequently, an
additional memorial service was
held in London.
After an arduous journey
spanning over 1.000 miles.
ALEKSANDR
KHOLMIANSKY arrived at the
Sverdlovsk labor camp. As
punishment for continuing his
seven-month hunger strike, he is
forbidden visits by his family
... In a vain attempt to visit
her husband. ZAKHAR,
TATIANA ZUNSHAIN
travelled to Sverdlovsk, where
she learned of Zakhar's transfer
to a camp in Khanyahki. and
was warned that his refusal to
perform degrading tasks could
likely result in an additional
prison sentence. A camp official
reported that Zakhar will remain
at Khanyakhi for six months,
purportedly because the Bozoi
camp "does not function."
Conditions at Khanyakhi are
severe food rations are
reduced, the cells remain
unheated despite subzero
temperatures and are shared by
up to 15 men. all of whom sleep
on the floor YULI
EDELSHTEIN arrived at the
labor camp in Ulan-Ude. close to
the Mongolian border. According
to ALEKSANDR PARITSKY,
who served part of his sentence
in the same camp, conditions
there are extremely harsh
YURI TARNOPOLSKY ^
recently treated for lOdavs^l
suffering shock from io; b?*
pressure. ... A package *
matzah sent to \fAB
NEPOMNIASHCHY .
refused. "
On the advice of her qW
INNA BEGUN agreed to*!
her hunger strike. Her go,,
BORIS, remains fastingafteij'
days, and has been joined br!
more than 80 people fro* |
Moscow, Leningrad and Ri
. .. INNA BRUKHINA.noJS
Jerusalem, gave birth to
healthy baby boy on April 2. .1
An article in a Kiev newspapa
denounced LEV ELBERT asil
"servant of the Zionists who]
scalps packages."
YEHUDIT NEPOli:.
NIASHCHY was the recipient of
Israel's Lieberman Prize for he I
work as a Hebrew teacher. tU
award was accepted by ha
relatives in Jerusalem. '
ELENA CHERNOBILSKY of
Moscow gave birth to a son '
March. IDA NUDEl;
celebrates her 54th birthday ot
April 27.
Chai-Lights
of the
Jewish Community Day School
Yom Hashoah was
commemorated at the Day
School on Thursday, April
18. A table was placed in
the Knesset Room, six
Yahrzeit candles were lit,
and the children rose for the
recitation of the mourner's
prayer.
Grades 1-7 participated
in the memorial service.
Principal Burt Lowlicht sat
down with all the children
and discussed the
Holocaust. The children
asked questions and an
attempt was made to
answer them.
Issues of Nazi
culpability, differentiation
between Nazis and Ger-
mans, the uniqueness of the
Holocaust in human
Cmon
history, the responsibility
for Jews to serve as witness
to the world, and i
reminder to always
remember were all
discussed honestly and
openly.
No pat answers were
given and the children were
left pondering the whole
demonic episode.
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TMEADOLPH Mid ROSE LVIS JEWISH COHMUHITY CENTER
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H A P P E
An Agancy of Hm Soutti County
G S
Soccer Star To Work
In Camp Maccabee
LAST CALL FOR
PRIME TIMERS CRUSE

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rid
Ci
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paoi
who
Cfl
*er to the IS. oa
D -en Keiley
.Africa- Darren is a
and has woo awards
Israel and South Afrka.
bad
IMrrvr. .-. *-.

Heorew Day
of the foe staff tha: =as >
Oar am'beads this year wil b* A^cree
Albert wbc have already dons exceui
y.rss.. mi laoWi -.~-.r_-.y Caatai Oas
.. SajpHH rr. _. daacl :> AUhlini
-s who wjL NB:at Atm and Craft* Program.
Our Senior Counselors have exceflmt qaahficauons as
g-^a-'a.- ..- baM iumr-tr yet. Says Dae Sb
cane* .'. i-.e a very waff rounder: a-o;
' .-- '--;. afl bl BBff pantart RNBM t*;__ra;
anaoBBca that Orma Yaajv w3 be joinmg as from LaaeL Sfce
.rama and dance She will aiao provide as att
culture Anyone interested m housing oar Israeli tkmhnc
B>saa perxtd pleaae contact the Levis Jewish Coaanunaty
v.
Navy Chief Says U.S. Aid
To Help Build Israeli Subs
era for :ae
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By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTAl -
U S. Secretary of the Navy
John Lehman announced
last week that Israel wOJ
build three diesel-powered
submarines for its navy,
with financial and
techological assistance
from the U.S.
He said that in addition to
these arrangementa. an
agr*ment has h*en initialed for
the joint design by Israel and
the U 8. of a new naval missile
and that the U S Navy will
purchase another squadron of
the Israel-manufactured Kfir jet
fighter planes
LEHMAN ARRIVED in
Israel on a five-day visit as guest
of the Israel Navy. His an-
nouncement means a new lease
on life for the financially
troubled Haifa Bay Shipyards
which had faced complete
shutdown or at least large scale
dismissals for lack of orders.
Israel initially intended to
purchased the submarines from
the U.S. But apparently the
American shipyards which
specialize in undersea craft
notably General Dynamics and
the Electric Boat Co. are
geared exclusively to the
production of nuclear sub-
marines and can no longer build
diesel boats. The latter are
powered by diesel engines on the
surface and by battery-powered
electric motors under water.
Lehman said, "I am very
pleased to announced that the
(U.S.) Navy has been so pleased
with the performance and ef-
fectiveness of the Kfir jet that I
have requested, and we have
agreed in.principle, to proceed
with another squadron of Kfir
for our naval training." The
6 Soldiers Wounded
TEL AVIV Six
Israeli soldiers ware wounded in
sooth Lebanon Wednesdsy
bringing Israel Defense Force
casualties there to 10 this weak.
Four soldiers had bean wounded
Tuesday.
Israeb-aesigned Kfirs have been
used by the U.S. Navy to
simulate Soviet aircraft in
training excerises.
LEHMAN, who took a short
cruise on an Israeli missile boat
and inspected the Haifa Bay
shipyards, had lavish praise of
Israel's navy, the smallest
component of the Israel Defense
Force. He said he was greatly
impressed by its very high
standards of prepardness.
training and morale.
After meeting with Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin, he said
the IS would continue to
eaaaanta with Israel to seek
joint solutions to problems
raised by its defense needs.
Rabin outlined the Israel Navy's
needs and its ideas on how the
-.an help meet them.
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the one-ca>
be JCC
for Lake
Hondas largest
Free '.Sere you wal sad
the St- Lock River aad
into the St. Lock Lock rising 14
to canal level" Then you're on to
Lake Okeeehobee" During the
Cruise you wfl be served an
exiess:--* smorgasbord.
beverage, and a Chip and Dip
Happy Hoar" l^ejaaak and
by. Tit nl adaahM Ml a HI
per person. Don't nuns oatS
";>_ Ma-5MI r-.-
The Pooisaoe nartweae ?*=*c
by the Phase Timer? committee
for June 23. at 3:30 pm..
vaat^es ^c be an OBaaaaDy fun-
naee actrvxy The cost will be 34
for aw i ii *5 for non-
r*n:*rs Call the JCC for
reservations or further in-
m-.s.-
JCC 5K RACE
AND HEALTH FAIR
On Sunday. May 19, at the
Baer Campus, the Levis JCC will
be sponsoring its First Annual
5K Race and Health Fair.
The race will be broken into
two divisions, one for walkers
and the other for joggers.
Bob Eckleson. a member of
the Health and Physical
Education Committee, played a
major role in punting the race
together. "We want to allow
people who have never raced
before the opportunity to take
part in a great event like this."
he said.
Racers are encouraged to
register in advance but there will
be a registration table set up
from 7:30-8:30 a.m. on the day
of the race. Entry fees are S3 for
members and $5 for non-
members.
1964 Camp Maccabee Campers preparing for saw lessons.
year's campers uiil suim at the BaerJeuish Campus sumnm
pool Will your children be joining us?
Following the race there will
be an Awards Ceremony and
breakfast.
At noon, the Health Fair will
begm and run until 4 p.m. There
will be booths on nutrition,
footcare and massage. There will
also be screening booths for
Scoliosis. Oral Cancer. Diabetes.
Blood Pressure Breast
and Skin Cancer.
represented will be Ovi
Anonymous and Child Ke
The swimming facility ill
open and food and drinks d{
available.
Don t miss a great day i
For more details, call the(
and ask for Dave.
1985-
Camp Macca
Needs You!
Counselor s,* Specialty
Instructors, Lifeguards,
W.S.I.'s, all needed, full-time
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Call for Appointment Today!
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Family Pool Party. "Poolside In The Islands"
1-3:00 p.m. Sunday, June 9
Calypso Music/Food/Drinks $2 members/$3 non-mem. Children under 6 FREE
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Prime Timers 3-Day Trip to the West Coast
Tampa/Captiva Island Wednesday, July 31
$150 p.p. DblOcc.
Reserve by June 5
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Friday, August 2
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Synagogues
And Temples ...
Rabbi and Mrs. Mark Dratch tat right) and Dr Israel Bruk and his
family at the groundbreaking for Boca Raton Synagogue
Synagogue children taking part in the groundbreaking.
Orthodox Shul Breaks Ground
Over 100 members, guests and
neighbors were present at the
groundbreaking for Phase I of
the Boca Raton Synagogue
which took place recently.
Rabbi Mark Dratch delivered
a brief D'var Torah. In his
comments the rubbi envisioned
the utilization of the shul by its
members and the community at
large. Letters of congratulations
from Rabbi Kenneth Hain of
Yeshiva University's Division of
Community Development and
the Rabbinical Council of
America were read by Dorothy
Delbaum and Dorothy Thurm.
Each family was given a golden
shovel to participate in a
symbolic groundbreaking.
The Boca* Raton Synagogue
will be situated on ap-
proximately five acres of land on
Montoya Circle. This site was
selected both for its affordability
and its proximity being
available within walking
distance.
Offices, classrooms, a sanc-
tuary with a 200-seat capacity
and a kitchen will be built in
Phase I, followed by additional
offices, main sanctuary (600
capacity), social hall, library and
mikvah in Phase II. The ar-
chitect is Allan Davis of
Deerfield Beach and general
contractor is Henry Whitehill of
Boca Raton.
Our congregation welcomes
all. For more information please
call Rabbi Mark Dratch, 368-
9047.
Scholar-In-Residence Program
Temple Sinai proudly an-
nounces its first Scholar-in-
Residence program to be held at
the temple, 2475 W. Atlantic
Ave., Delray Beach, May 3, 4,
and 5.
Professor Michael Neiditch.
Director, International Adult
Education Commission of B'nai
B'rith, will be our Scholar. The
overall theme for this week-end
will be: "The Arab-Israeli
Conflict 1985," The Case for
Israel-The Arab Case."
This very timely topic con-
tinues to be a matter of great
concern to the entire world.
the
The attendance fee for
entire session is $7.50 per
person, and includes lunch on
Saturday and breakfast on
Sunday. Reservations are
required and must be ac-
companied by your check. Please
call the Temple Sinai office, 276-
6161. for your reservation forms.
For additional information,
please phone Lenore or Phil
Kaye, 997-8092.
The general public is cordially
invited to attend and participate
in this exciting weekend.
Sou per person iur mm iiu concerning uowv, p v.
include preferred seating for all Herb Gluckman. 498-1556 or Lou
performances and "Meet the Sitomer. 499-8160. or the temple
Artist Series" which will be held
invited to
the ladies.
atu-nd.
the Sunday afternoon following
every concert. Patron names will
be listed in the program.
General series subscriptions
are S25 per person for all four
concerts.
For further information
office 276-6161.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emrth Brotherhood
Surprise
ANSHEIS..
three-day. two-night C5
Busch Gardens. .May 2?A
bus will leave the V
parking area at 8 a.m TV
> Per person double
Swiss National Bank
Admits It Helped Nazis
By TAMAR LEVY
Temple Sinai
Inaugurates Concert Series
Temple Sinai of Delray Beach
will inaugurate a Young Artist
Concert Series for the 1985-1986
Season. The series will feature
Anna Marie McDermott, concert
pianist, on Dec. 14, 1985;
Christopher Trakas, baritone, on
Jan. 11, 1986; Benny Kim,
concert violinist, on Feb.' 15,
1986; and Dawn Upshaw, New
York Metropolitan Opera
soprano, on March 15, 1986.
All performances will be held
at Temple Sinai, 2475 West
Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, at
8 p.m. Saturday nights.
Patron series subscriptions at
GENEVA (JTA) -
The Swiss National Bank
has admitted, in a study
written by its former ar-
chivist, that it helped
finance the Nazi war
machine during World War
II by accepting more than
1.6 billion Swiss Francs'
worth of gold looted by the
Nazis from Jews and from
the treasuries of occupied
countries.
The study, by Robert Vogler,
just published in the Bank's
quarterly bulletin, demonstrated
that while the Third Reich had
the equivalent of no more than
22 million Swiss Francs' worth
of gold when the war started in
1939, it exchanged gold for 1.638
billion Swiss Francs in tran-
sactions with Swiss banks
between 1939 and 1945.
THE ALLIED powers had
warned the Swiss that the
Germans were selling them gold
stolen from the Belgian National
Bank, among others, and from
Jews deported to Nazi con-
centration camps. The bank gold
was in the form of coins; the
gold of the concentration camp
victims was melted down from
teeth fillings, eyeglass frames,
wedding rings and other per-
sonal jewelry.
The Nazi Reichsbank sold
most of its gold to Swiss banks
to pay debts and to pay for vital
war material such as fuel,
chrome and tungsten purchased
from Portugal, Spain ami
Kumania. Those countries
refused to accept gold. They
demanded Swiss Francs instead
to buy items available only in
neutral Switzerland durine the
war.
A spokesman for the Swiss
National Bank declared this
week that the Swiss bankers of
the war period showed a serious
lack of political sense and must
have been extremely naive" to
accept the claim by "Reichsbank
president Emil Puhl that
Germany's sudden gold windfall
was legitimate. It was on the
basis of Puhl's word that the
Swiss government permitted the
banks to enter into transactions
with the Third Reich.
VOGLER, in his study, drew
on documents from the Swiss
National Bank which were
classified secret until five years
ago and on a book, "Looted Gold
From Germany," by historian
Werner Rings.
He appeared to question
whether the Swiss bankers were
really acting out of incredible
naivete when he observed that
"Only so-called looted gold could
explain the difference (in Ger-
many's gold reserves before and
after 1939) even if one adds the
gold legally' taken over from
Austria in 1938 and
Czechoslovakia in 1939."
According to Vogler s study
and Rings' book, 300 tons of
Belgian, French and Polish gold
was shipped from Dakar,
Senegal, to occupied France
whence it was transported to
Berlin, melted and recast into
Prussian coins bearing a pre-war
date. The coins were shipped to
Switzerland in exchange for
Francs.
THE TRADING continued
until the end of the war. The
Swiss deal with Germany was
will hold their next meeting,
Tuesday, May 7, 12 noon which
will include a card party and
presentation of awards. Collation cupancy, $40 single sudd
and door prizes. Ladies are The trip includes air concT
bus, two nights hoS"
commodations (including
two breakfasts and twoi
shows, a luncheon crui*
admission. A $50
required For reservations
Moms Mortman 499-2011
Iseman 499-7518. Max
mering 499-6715. Louis h
498-1610 or the temple offio?!
IHOO.
terminated by an agreement
signed in Washington May 1,
1946 bv the U.S.. Britain and
France.
Mi
JASON BADRI AN
Jason Badrian. son of Philip
and Susan Badrian of Boca
Raton, will become a Bar Mit-
zvah on Saturday morning, May
11, at Congregation B'nai Israel
of Boca Raton.
Jason will read portions of the
Sabbath morning service in
addition to conducting the
congregational study of the
weekly Torah portion Emor
(Leviticus 21-24).
Jason's brother, Todd, and his
grandparents Henry Badrian of
Sunrise and Irving Ehrlich of
Lauderdale Lakes, will be among
the special guests taking part in
the simcha,
Jason is a computer enthusiast
and is a 7th grade student at the
Loggers Run Middle School.
Religious Director!
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Conservative.
Phone 3928566, Rabbi Theodore Feldman. Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday*
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE
Mailing Address: 22130 Belmar No. 1101, Boca Raton, Florida
33433. Orthodox services held at Verde Elementary School
Cafeteria, 6590 Verde Trail, Boca, Saturday morning 9:30 a.m.
For information regarding Friday, Sundown services Mincha-
Maariv. call Rabbi Mark Dratch. Phone: 368-9047.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
16189 Carter Road 1 block south of Linton Blvd.. Delray
Beach. Florida 33445. Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks
Daily Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. and 5p.ni-
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class5
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Services at Center for Group Counseling, 22445 Boca Rio Road,
Boca Raton. Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard Agler
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
Mailing address: 950 Glades Road. Suite 1C. Boca Raton, FL
33432. Phone 392-9982.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
7099 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33446. Con-
servative. Phone 495-0466 and 495-1300. Rabbi Jordan H.
Shepard, Cantor Abraham Perlmutter. Sabbath Service*:
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Daily services 8:30 a-nv
and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Reform
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Assistant Raw
Gregory S. Marx. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services
at 8 p.m. Family Shabbat Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of eacn
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015, Boca Raton. FL.33434
Conservative. Located in Century Village. Boca. Daily IM
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. SuD^(
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Rabbi Donald David Crain. Phone: w
5557. Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Conser-
vative. Phone: 498-3536. Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd. Naftaly*
Linkoysky. Cantor. Sabbath Serivcea: Friday at 8 P-*"
Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m-
TEMPLE SINAI
2475 West Atlantic Ave. (Between Congress Ave. and Bar*'
Road), Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Reform. Sabbath t
services. Friday at 8:15 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m. Rabbi Samuel au* i
President Samuel Rothstein, phone 276-6161.


Friday, May 3,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 11
Local Club &
Organization News
Happy Birthday Gussie
rfile:
Srandeis University National Women's Committee
Century Village (Boca)
zt of Brandeis University
_nal Women's Committee
(its annual luncheon at the
liful Boca del Mar Country
Jin April. It was delight to
|the unusual number of
jnds who attended to help
j this such a festive affair.
lood was delicious and well-
J, the entertainment by
tan Popkin, a charming and
[tile raconteur, was out-
ling'
lards of Learned Research
jials were given to each
of our Study Groups,
number 12 at present.
Study Groups vary in
from Art Appreciation,
in Present Day History,
bry of the Bible to Great
Studies. All of our leaders
knowledgeable and well-
fit the first time in the
of our Chapter, a special
was given to Lillian Sch-
t, who was named "Woman
Year" for her dedication,
tion and service. We are
that this Installation and
fcheon, too, will be
kmbered as a most
imenal event.
le following officers were
llled for 1985-86:
Bsident Helen Kessler; Vice
ent Membership, Sara
er; Vice President Book
I, Bernice Diamond; Vice
dent Study Groups,
lory Satler; Vice President
"Special Events, Rose
stein: Vice President
iram, Rita Holman;
Isurer. Isabella Fink;
Incial Secretary, Paula
ler; Recording Secretary,
^n Schwartz; and
sponding Secretary, Helen
nan
|>der the leadership of our
ping President, Eleanore
kn. who served us faithfully
three years, our Chapter has
pi from approximately 100
pO members. Her dedication,
tion, expertise, and in many
frnces, her work "far beyond
[call of duty" earned our
ct and love. In gratitude for
>spirmg efforts, a lovely gift
presented to her by our
pter. We know that Eleanore
continue Xxt be active
ough she is stepping down
i her Chair.
leanore's competence and
pciency have been recognized
[de our Chapter, and she was
Fed as the Recording
ary of the South Florida
t'n of the Brandeis
?ersity National Women's
puttee on May 2 at the
penal Convention at the
Jherry Isle Country Club.
W of our members attended
affair to lend our support
I to illustrate our approval of
|choice.
ORT
To Install Officers
[At Honor-Roll Luncheon
fourth annual Honor Roll
fheon of the Sooth Palm
r" County Region of
n s American ORT will be
n Thursday, May 9 at
'am. at the Hyatt Palm
Jches, West Palm Beach.
fyce Portner, Region Honor
chairman, and Natalie
nan, Region vice president
uincheon Day chairman,
[ announced the program of
. arternoon will feature in-
uion of Region officers and
exciting fashion show by
*h Parker Talent Agency.
.. *!fgion 8iat of ofifcera to
stalled include: President -
Anita Kessler; Chairman of the
Executive Committee Elayne
Fischer; Vice Presidents
Sylvia Breitman, Myrna Gross,
Joyce Portner, Roz Schneider;
Treasurer Dina Schiff;
Financial Secretary Marilyn
Selevan; Recording Secretary
Harriet Brenner; Corresponding
Secretary Kay Freedman;
Parliamentarian Doris Glantz.
Admission to the luncheon is a
$65 donation or members may
earn Honor Roll credits
amounting to the same or more
and reaching various levels of
Honor Roll. About 500 Honor
Roll members are expected to
attend.
ORT is the largest non-
governmental vocational and
technical training program in the
world, with 800 schools in 19
countries on five continents
teaching trades and careers to
over 100,000 annually.
For further information please
call 499-2968 or 272-4474 or your
chapter Honor Roll Chairman in
Boca Raton, Delray Beach or
Highland Beach.
Last Friday evening Gussie
Goldshlack celebrated her 100th
birthday with her daughter and
son-in-law, Annie and Maurice
Segal of Kings Point, at Temple
Emeth.
Gussie is in good health, and
has her full faculties, in spite of
being legally blind and needing
hearing aids. She gets around on
her own and is able to take care
of her own personal needs.
Orphaned as a child, Gussie,
was raised by her grandmother
in Philadelphia. She and her
husband Israel Goldshlack were
in the tobacco and candy
distributing business, which
Maurice and Annie Segal joined
in 1940. Gussie and Israel, who
passed away several years ago,
manufactured candy marmalade
since 1918, employing many
people in the area of Philadelphia
now known as Queens Village.
Gussie came to the U.S. in
1914, several years after Israel
Goldshlack. They had four
daughters and a son, and Gussie
now has 12 grandchildren and 16
great-grandchildren with four
grandsons (three are in medical
fields and one is in the family
business) carrying on the
Left to right, standing Mrs. Jill Kind, Mrs. Anita Kessler, Mrs.
Norma Heit, Mrs. Arthur Gelber, Mrs. Elayne Fischer, and Mrs. Kay
Freedman. Seated Mayor Konrad. (Photo By Bob Heit)
ORT Day
The South Palm Beach
County Region of Women's
American ORT met with Mayor
William A. Konrad of Boca
Raton in March to proclaim the
beginning of the ORT Day
campaign. This campaign runs
through June, 1985.
The ORT proclamation states,
"Whereas, Women's American
ORT, the largest membership
group in the 40-nation ORT
family, has pledged itself once
again, under the banner
"Women's American ORT for
All Seasons; Women's American
ORT for All Reasons," to
enrolling thousands of new
members in order for the
organizaton to achieve its
goals." The Mayor proclaimed
ORT Day in Boca Raton in
recognition of the vital
achievements of ORT's
worldwide program and of
Women's American ORT abroad
and on the American scene.
For further information on
joining an ORT chapter please
call 736-1635 or 482-0189.
Women's American ORT Boca
Century Chapter will attend
Royal Palm Dinner Theatre,
May 12. Please call Helen 482-
6678 for details.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
The Workmen's Circle Branch
1051 will hold their annual
picnic, Wednesday, May 8 at the
BIWA Pavilion of Morikami
Park, Carter Rd., So. of Linton
Ave., at 12 noon. The cost is $5
per person for members. Call
Mersh Freilich, 499-2177 for
information.
AMIT
AM IT Women Beeraheva
Chapter will hold their next
meeting, Wednesday, May 8,
12:30 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, Kings Point,
Delray. Entertainment will be
provided by well-known
humorist Phil Warshafsky.
Refreshments will be served and
all are welcome.
FREE SONS OF ISRAEL
Free Sons of Israel, Delray
Beach Lodge No. 224 will hold
their next meeting, Monday,
May 13, 1 p.m. at American
Savings Bank, Kings Point. A
form of debate has been
arranged between Dr. Herbert
Cohen of the Palm Beach
Medical Association and Mel
Reinow of Health Care on the
question of HMO. A question
and answer period will follow.
All are invited to attend.
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B'rith Integrity Council
will hold their next meeting,
Sunday, May 5, 10 a.m. at the
Frontier Restaurant, Boynton
Beach.
NCJW
National Council of Jewish
Women, South Point Section,
will hold their installation of
officers at a luncheon at St.
Andrews Country Club, 17557
Claridge Oval, Boca Raton, May
13 at 11:30 a.m. Actors Con-
servatory Theatre Group will
perform a skit "Women in
Portrait." Guests are welcome.
APAI
APAI, the Association of
Parents of American Israelis in
Palm Beach County, has a
membership of over 90 families,
accounting for more than 150
sons and daughters and spouses
living in Israel. Nearly 40 of the
member families are from the
South County area, and the
number is growing.
On Sunday, June 2, at noon,
the local APAI chapter will join
those from Broward and Dade at
an annual luncheon, to be held at
the Tower Suite Restaurant in
Tower 41, 4101 Pinetree Dr.,
Miami Beach. The meal will cost
$7.50 including tax and tip, and
will be pareve. Reservations are
requested by May 15 call
Leonard Eisenberg for in-
formation 499-3216.
Gussie Goldshlack, 100 years
young.
Goldshlack name. Gussie is
looking forward to a wedding, in
December, 1985, when the first
of the great-grandchildren will be
married.
Next week the Segals will take
Gussie to Philadelphia to attend
a family reception in honor of her
100th year at the Segals'
summer home on Mother's Day,
May 12.
Happy birthday, Gussie
and many more in good health,
ad me'ah ve'esrim (biz a hundret
und zwanzig).
Community Calendar
May 5
B'nai B'rith Shomer Lodge meeting, 10 a.m.; B'nai B'rith North
Pines Lodge meeting, 9:30 am.; B'nai B'rith Integrity meeting,
10 a.m.
May 6
Women's League for Israel Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Temple
Sinai Kulanu meeting, 7:30 p.m.; B'nai Torah Sisterhood Board
meeting, 7:30 pjn.
May 7
Women's American ORT Boca Delray evening meeting, 8 pan.;
Temple Emeth Board meeting, 7 p.m.; South County Jewish
Federation Annual meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Anshei Emuna
Sisterhood meeting, 12 noon; B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge
meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Temple Beth El Solos Board meeting, 7;30
p.m.; Women's American ORT All Points Board meeting, 12:30
p.m.
May 8
Temple Sinai Board meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Women's American
ORT Boca Century Village Board meeting, 10 a.m., General
meeting 2 p.m.; American Mizrachi Women Beersheva meeting,
12:80 p.m.
May 9
Hadassah Ben Gurion Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Jewish War
Veterans Post 266 Board meeting, 7 p.m.; Temple Beth El
Sisterhod Board meeting, 10:30 a.m.; Temple Beth El Single
Parents meeting, 7:30p.m.; Temple Beth El Brotherhood Board
meeting, 8 p.m.; Women's American ORT Delpointe Board
meeting, 12 noon.
May 10
National Council Jewish Women Boca Delray Board meeting,
9:30 a.m.
May 12
B'nai B'rith Integrity Council meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Temple Sinai
Brotherhood meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Temple Beth El Brotherhood
breakfast, 10 a.m.
Obituaries
RUSSEK
Allen. 78, of Delray Beach, was
originally from New York. He U aur-
vlved by nil wife Molly, sons James and
Victor, daughter Marguerite, sisters
Caroline and Blanche, brother Henry,
and 2 grandchildren. Gutterman-
Warhelt Chapel of Boca Raton.
SCHEUMANN
Mlnnl, 91, of Coco Woods. Delray Beach,
waa originally from New York. She Is
survived Dy ner aaugnier aninee
Bookspan. 4 grandchildren and 4 great-
grandchildren. Beth Israel Rubin
Chapel, Delray Beach.
ZUCKERMAN
Miriam, of Kings Point. Delray Beach,
was originally from Brooklyn, New
York. She la survived by her husband
Morris Abraham, daughter Rachel, son-
in-law Alan Chakrtn and 2 grand-
children Paul and Sarah. She waa a
member of Anshei Emuna.
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