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Friday, May 5, 1989/The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
FAU Frat
Israeli Independence Day Celebration
More than 1,100 people were in the standing-room only crowd at
the "Mid-East Crisis As I see It" forum sponsored by the South
Palm Beach Region of Women s American ORT and the Theodore
Herzl Institute. Welcoming guest speaker Jacques Torczyner,
second left, to the recent event at Temple Anshei Shalom, Delray
Beach, are ORT regional members, from left, Sylvia Waldner,
vice president American Affairs; Elayne Fisher, president; and
Norma Heit, past president. Torczyner, executive committee
member of the World Zionist Organization, was joined on the
roster of speakers by Dr. Samuel Portnoy, history professor at
Florida Atlantic University; Roberto Fabricio, foreign news
editor of the Sun Sentinel; and Is Aronin, coordinator of the
Herzl Institute pinch hitting for Abbas Farzenegan, retired
Iranian ambassador who could not appear due to ill health.
Moms Day Events One Day Cruise
The Men's Club of Anshei
Emuna of Delray Beach will
hold its annual Mother's Day
luncheon Sunday, May 14. For
information: 499-9229.
At Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton the Brotherhood is
sponsoring its annual Mother's
Day breakfast at the temple
Sunday, May 7, 10 p.m. Tem-
ple Beth El is located at 333
SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton.
For more information: 391-
8900.
Temple Cruise
Temple Anshei Shalom of
Delray Beach will sponsor a
one-day cruise on the "Viking
Princess" Wednesday, May
17, from West Palm Beach.
The $59 per person cost
includes a full buffet, sit-down
lunch and dinner, bingo,
games, entertainment, casino
action, port charges and round
trip bus fare.
The ship sails at 9:30 a.m.
for information: 495-2723 or
498-5756.
Israeli Journalist At
ZOA/JCC Meeting
The Young Leadership
Council of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America and the
Soref Jewish Community
Center Mid-Singles are co-
sponsoring a public affairs
meeting Thursday, May 11,
7:30 p.m. at the Soref JCC.
Guest speaker Gideon Lowy,
senior columnist and associate
editor ofHaaretz in Israel, will
discuss current issues.
For information: 305-
481-2544.
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May 17.
The $59 per person cost
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For information: 495-1300.
Receives Charter
Alpha Epsilon Pi, a Florida
Atlantic University fraternity
fostering participation in uni-
versity and community activi-
ties and advocating the estab-
lishment of Greek housing on
campus, has received its
national charter. Designated
the Phi Alpha Chapter, the
group was established in 1987
with 14 members.
FAU chapter president Mit-
chell P. Albert, a junior in the
College of Business and Public
Administration, is president of
the FAU chapter, which cur-
rently has 30 active members,
seven pledges and 15 little
sisters.
Attending the chartering
banquet were Jonathan Ten-
zer, national "supreme mas-
ter," and other national repre-
sentatives. Also attending
were Dr. Emanuel Newsome,
vice president for student
affairs; Dr. Karl Ijams, dean of
student affairs; Steve Miller,
assistant dean; and represen-
tatives of other FAU Greek
organizations.
Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton, in conjunction with
other temples in the area, and
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will be celebrating Israel
Independence Day Sunday,
May 7, 10 a.m. on the grounds
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 336 Spanish River Boule-
vard.
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ment and exhibits.
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FloridiaN
of South County
Volume 11 Number 9
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Highland Beach, Florida Friday, May 5, 1989
Price: 35 Cents
Sec. of State Baker:
Mideast Shift in
Balance of Power
By HOWARD ROSENBERG
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The recent Soviet sale of 10 to
15 Sukhoi-24 D bombers to
Libya has altered the military
balance in the Middle East,
Secretary of State James
Baker said.
He added that he has "no
reason to disagree" with the
argument that the sale of the
planes, with a 1,610-mile
radius, threatens Israel.
Baker was replying to ques-
tions asked by Sen. Jesse
Helms (R-N.C), during testi-
mony before the Senate Fore-
ign Relations Committee.
Baker said the sale "says
that when (the Soviets) talk
about wanting to be involved
in the Middle East peace pro-
cess, they are doing a good job
of talking but not in support-
ing that talk with their deeds.
"If they really wanted to be
helpful in the Middle East,
they would not be so suppor-
tive of radical regimes like
Libya generally," he said.
Baker said the United States
would also welcome Soviet res-
toration of full diplomatic rela-
tions with Israel, as well as the
use of its influence with Syria
to end the violence in Lebanon
as well as activities of radical
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion factions based in Syria.
The situation in Lebanon is
"very, very intractable,"
Baker said, but he called the
Arab-Israeli conflict the most
intractable foreign policy dis-
pute.
The State Department sin-
gled out Syria when it called
for an end to the "indiscrimin-
ate shelling" in Beirut. Baker
said this was only the second
time that the United States
has criticized Syria as the chief
foreign force instigating vio-
lence in Lebanon.
"The problem of determin-
ing who is the aggressor in this
particular situation is extraor-
dinarily difficult," he said.
"You have Arabs fighting
Arabs and you have Christians
fighting Christians in Beirut
today."
At the hearings, Helms
ordered aides to distribute pic-
tures of the Sukhoi-24 D bomb-
ers to committee members and
reporters.
Both houses of Congress passed the joint resolution calling on President George Bush to proclaim
the 87th birthday of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, as "Education Day
U.S.A.," a national day on the calendar. At the presidential signing of the bill for the
proclamation were, from the right: Rabbis Moshe Feller, regional director of Minnesota; Abraham
Shemtov, regional director, Philadelphia and national director American Friends ofLubavitch:
President Bush; Shimon Lazarojf, regional director, Texas; Shlomo Cunin, regional director, the
West Coast; and Shmuel David Raichik, emissary of the Rebbe to the West Coast.
He also arranged to have
large posters displayed of the
plane, a Middle East regional
map with a circle denoting the
plane's radius and the alleged
Libyan poison gas plant.
The State Department, on
April 5, had refused at first to
confirm or deny the Soviet
bomber sale. The next day,
however, deputy department
spokesman Richard Boucher
said that a Soviet foreign minis-
try spokesman had confirmed
the sale.
Celebration Draws Skinheads, Protesters
By DAVID VOLK Hitler's birth, dwarfing less than a hundred
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho Over 1,000 Skinheads and white supremacists who were ga-
demonstrators marched in protest here against thered for the commemoration,
a celebration of the 100th anniversary of There were no disturbances and no major
SIGN CARRYING PROTESTERS in Coeur DAlene, Idaho, prepare to march to express
their opposition to a neo-Nazi Skinhead conference being held nearby at the white
supremaciMt Aryan Nations Church compound in Hoyden Lake. (APIWide World Photo)
arrests, as the marchers conducted a seven-mile
Walk for Racial Equality, watched over by Idaho
state police on foot, in squad cars, on horseback
and from helicopters.
The Skinheads present were responding to the
invitation of Richard Butler, head of the Aryan
Nations church, to come to observe the April 20
anniversary of Hitler's birth.
About 15 Skinheads made the trip to the
church's Hayden Lake, Idaho, compound for a
three-day national conference that included a
cross-burning.
Of the more than 1,000 people who partici-
pated in the protest march, only about 50 were
Jewish. Many of them attended the event with
other groups, such as the Rainbow Coalition, the
United Front Against Fascism and gay rights
organizations.
Some spent part of the day walking behind a
Jewish banner, but no Jewish groups were in
evidence despite the New Jewish Agenda's last
minute decision to co-sponsor the event.
Some of the Jewish demonstrators who partic-
ipated in the rally decried the lack of Jewish
involvement in the protest as part of a disturb-
ing trend.
"There is a definite lack of mainstream Jewish
participation in progressive movements," said
demonstrator Dene Samowitz, who participated
as a member of a Seattle-based lesbian rights
group.
Pointing out what she sees as a decreasing
Jewish involvement in even basic civil rights
organizations, Samowitz said many American
Jews have turned their attention to the Palestin-
ian uprising in Israel, denouncing or supporting
each new development and neglecting domestic
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County/Friday, May 5, 1989
1,500,000 people are
not losing sleep over the
bank and S&L'trisisr
Their money is at
Savings of America.
SAVINGS
m
AMERICAS LARGEST|
Reading about the Government taking over or
closing so many banks and S&Ls can make you
nervous.
Having your money at Savings of America won't.
We're America's largest savings institution.
Through sound management, our assets and net
worth have grown to be the highest in the industry.
We safeguard the most deposits of any savings
institution $30 billion and more IRA deposits
than any bank or savings and loan.
Our Customers' confidence was rewarded with
$2 billion in interest over the last year.
Our deposits are growing to record levels.
In February and March alone, Savings of
America's deposits have grown
by over $1 billion. During the
same time, S&Ls nationwide
were losing billions in deposits.
9-\l()Mll CERTIFICATE
10.00%
Annualized Yield
We're the nation's largest mortgage lender.
Close to $15 billion in mortgages last year, and
we're ahead of that pace this year. No one has
ever loaned more.
We stick with what we know. We don't invest in
junk bonds, corporate takeovers or speculative
ventures. Thafs resulted in profitability and a 100-
year record of perfect safety.
Your money earns great rates.
The rate you see is typical of the great rates you
can earn with a Custom Term Account, our
flexible certificate.
There's never been a better time to bring your
money to Savings of America. Because losing
sleep is bad enough. \bu
wouldn't want to lose any-
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Over 20 branches in South Florida to serve you.
Consult your yellow pages for the branch nearest you.
An Ahmanson Company. Over $40 billion strong. Over 350 branches coast to coast.
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Friday, May 5, 1989/The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
More than 1,100 people were in the standing-room only crowd at
the "Mid-East Crisis As I see It" forum sponsored by the South
Palm Beach Region of Women's American ORT and the Theodore
Herzl Institute. Welcoming guest speaker Jacques Torczyner,
second left, to the recent event at Temple Anshei Shalom, Delray
Beach, are ORT regional members, from left, Sylvia Waldner,
vice president American Affairs; Elayne Fisher, president; and
Norma Heit, past president. Torczyner, executive committee
member of the World Zionist Organization, was joined on the
roster of speakers by Dr. Samuel Portnoy, history professor at
Florida Atlantic University; Roberto Fabricio, foreign news
editor of the Sun Sentinel; and Is Aronin, coordinator of the
Herzl Institute pinch hitting for Abbas Farzenegan, retired
Iranian ambassador who could not appear due to ill health.
One Day Cruise
Moms Day Events
The Men's Club of Anshei
Emuna of Delray Beach will
hold its annual Mother's Day
luncheon Sunday, May 14. For
information: 499-9229.
At Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton the Brotherhood is
sponsoring its annual Mother's
Day breakfast at the temple
Sunday, May 7, 10 p.m. Tem-
ple Beth El is located at 333
SW 4th Avenue, Boca Raton.
For more information: 391-
8900.
Temple Cruise
Temple Anshei Shalom of
Delray Beach will sponsor a
one-day cruise on the "Viking
Princess" Wednesday, May
17, from West Palm Beach.
The $59 per person cost
includes a full buffet, sit-down
lunch and dinner, bingo,
games, entertainment, casino
action, port charges and round
trip bus fare.
The ship sails at 9:30 a.m.
for information: 495-2723 or
498-5756.
Israeli Journalist At
ZOA/JCC Meeting
The Young Leadership
Council of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America and the
Soref Jewish Community
Center Mid-Singles are co-
sponsoring a public affairs
meeting Thursday, May 11,
7:30 p.m. at the Soref JCC.
Guest speaker Gideon Lowy,
senior columnist and associate
editor of Haaretz in Israel, will
discuss current issues.
For information: 305-
481-2544.
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The Sisterhood of Temple
Anshei Shalom has planned an
all day cruise aboard the
Viking Princess Wednesday,
May 17.
The $59 per person cost
includes transportation to the
port and gratuities.
For information: 495-1300.
FAU Frat
Receives Charter
Alpha Epsilon Pi, a Florida
Atlantic University fraternity
fostering participation in uni-
versity and community activi-
ties and advocating the estab-
lishment of Greek housing on
campus, has received its
national charter. Designated
the Phi Alpha Chapter, the
group was established in 1987
with 14 members.
FAU chapter president Mit-
chell P. Albert, a junior in the
College of Business and Public
Administration, is president of
the FAU chapter, which cur-
rently has 30 active members,
seven pledges and 15 little
sisters.
Attending the chartering
banquet were Jonathan Ten-
zer, national "supreme mas-
ter," and other national repre-
sentatives. Also attending
were Dr. Emanuel Newsome,
vice president for student
affairs; Dr. Karl Ijams, dean of
student affairs; Steve Miller,
assistant dean; and represen-
tatives of other FAU Greek
organizations.
Israeli Independence Day Celebration
Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton, in conjunction with
other temples in the area, and
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, will be celebrating Israel
Independence Day Sunday,
May 7, 10 a.m. on the grounds
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 336 Spanish River Boule-
vard.
There will be food, entertain-
ment and exhibits.
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Viewpoint
Yom Hashoa Remembrance
How ironic that while we observed Yom
Hashoa, Holocaust Remembrance Day, on
Tuesday, May 2, we were fresh from the
centenary of Adolf Hitler's birth.
Incredibly, in commemoration of that date
April 20, 1889 news reports brought us
face-to-face with a different kind of revision-
ism. Instead of the unfortunately routine news
that historians of questionable background are
attempting to rewrite the Holocaust or
prove that the Holocaust did not happen
there were some who wished to celebrate the
100th birthday of the architect of 20th century
hell.
Analogous reports from Germany, from
Brazil, from this nation's West Coast, suggest
that there are those Neo-Nazis whose refrain
is Once Again instead of Never Again.
It is now 44 years since the destruction of
the Reich that was to last 1,000 years. It is
also 44 years since the destruction of Eastern
European Jewish life.
There are those who see a distorted merit in
the observances of Hitler's centennial year. It
focuses our joint attention on the plagues of
many Hitlers: those who spout racist philo-
sophies and win legislative seats; those who
use a false pulpit to preach false faiths; and
those youths who see their bravado mirrored
across the land in Skinhead activities.
How meaningful that we can show our
collective strength while demonstrating our
collective anguish for the deaths of the Six
Million.
Israel's Labor Practices
For months, the general media was rife with
reports of alleged non-compliance by Israel in
regard to its labor practices. In the balance
was Israel's standing to continue receiving
special trade privileges under the GSP
Generalized System of Preferences.
The jury is in that Israel is, indeed, in
compliance. It should be no surprise, there-
fore, that the accuser was the American-Arab
Anti-Discrimination Committee-ADC. As a
petitioner charging violations of workers'
rights, the ADC attempted to rob Israel of its
ability to export goods to the United States
duty-free.
The salacious accusations were investigated
thoroughly; and the charges dismissed.
There were political ramifications in addi-
tion to those associated with encouraging
trade on the international market. Recogniz-
ing the administered territories as part of
Israel would have jeopardized the U.S. long-
standing policy toward the region. The U.S.
wisely would not be pushed into such a
compromising position.
Instead, the United States looked at the
facts pertaining to this special trade status
and reaffirmed that the State of Israel was
appropriately entitled to its GSP standing, an
entitlement we applaud.
FROM MOSCOW WITH LOVE
J1A
Monsterizing the Enemy
By RABBI
MARC H. TANENBAUM
NEW YORK (JTA) Once a
liberal Christian "friend"
bluntly asked me, "Why do the
Jews observe every year this
Yom Hashoah? Isn't that ob-
sessive? Can't the Jews ever
forget and forgive?"
That was not an isolated
comment. One hears versions
of it among Christians
including Christians of gen-
uine good will from time to
time.
However infuriating such
insensitivity can be, I believe
that there is a constant obliga-
tion for Jews to help the non-
Jewish world understand that
Yom Hashoah holds profound
meaning for Jews, but also for
mankind.
The Holocaust singled out
only the Jewish people for
total extermination by the
Nazis, but thinking Christians
must continue to understand
their stake in coming to terms
with the Nazis' barbarism.
The Holocaust represented a
total breakdown in the moral
universe of Germany, Austria
and their allies all countries
of ancient Christian civiliza-
tion.
This systematic murder
machine was organized not by
"crazies and psychos," but by
some of the most celebrated
Ph.Ds. industrialists, scien-
tists and engineers of those
countries.
It was a supreme act of
demonization and dehumaniza-
tion of Jews and others in our
century.
Today, the international
community is becoming filled
with fanatic regimes who con-
trol chemical and biological
warfare as well as nuclear mis-
siles. There is also a growing
tendency to "dehumanize"
and "monsterize" the enemy,
in the mode of the Nazis' dehu-
manization of the Jews.
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learn from history have as
much at stake in understand-
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Yom Hashoah as do the Jews.
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will celebrate Israel's 41st
Independence Day by honor-
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the Year," on behalf of Bnai
Zion Medical Center and the
Judith Resnik Challenger
Memorial, Sunday, May 7,
noon, at Pier 66 Resort and
Marina Hotel, Ft. Lauderdale.
The $37.50 per person con-
tribution includes lunch and
dancing to the music of Max
Epstein's Orchestra.
Bnai Zion, a fraternal, non-
political American Zionist
organization has founded and
built such projects in Israel as
the Home for Retarded Special
Children at Rosh Haayin and is
currently completing the west
wing of the Bnai Zion Medical
Center in Haifa.
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South Floridians
Chairing UJAs
Special Appeal
James Nobil of South Palm
Beach County and Dr. Saul
Singer of South Broward will
serve as cochairmen in Florida
of the United Jewish Appeal's
Passage to Freedom Special
Campaign for Soviet Jewry.
Seven regional chairmen have
been selected for the cam-
paign, the goal of which is to
raise $75 million by the end of
this year to assist in paying for
the resettlement of Soviet
Jews in Israel and the U.S.
James Nobil, a UJA national
vice chairman, is also chair-
man of the UJA Florida
Regional Campaign Cabinet
and has served as president of
the South County Jewish Fed-
eration. Prior to moving to
Florida, he served as president
and campaign chairman of the
Akron, Ohio federation. He is
also a former national chair-
man of the UJA Leadership
Cabinet.
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national vice chairman, is a
past president and campaign
chairman of the Jewish Feder-
ation of South Broward. Cur-
rently he is chairman of the
physicians division and serves
on the board of governors of
the Jewish Community Center
of South Broward.
Friends Of
Open University
Honor Couple
Mr. and Mrs. Irving M.
Rosenbaum of Great Neck,
NY, will be the first recipients
of the Yigal Allon Award es-
tablished by American Friends
of The Open University of
Israel. The Rosenbaums will
be honored at a dinner in New
York City, June 12, at which
Senator Paul Simon (111.) will
be guest speaker.
The Yigal Allon Award
memorializes the late Israeli
military hero and deputy
prime minister who spear-
headed the founding 01 The
Open University during his
service as minister of educa-
tion. The award was estab-
lished to recognize outstand-
ing leadership in the advance-
ment of education in Israel.
Founded in 1974, The Open
University of Israel enables
Israelis, through its independ-
ent study system, to take col-
lege courses and pursue a
bachelor's degree without
interfering with their profes-
sional, family and military
responsibilities.
Mr. and Mrs. Rosenbaum's
interest in The Open Univer-
sity was inspired by his cousin,
the late Max Rowe, the univer-
sity's first president.
New Multi-Media Center Opens
BEERSHEVA A multi-
media reading resource center
has been inaugurated in the
Department for English as a
Second Language at Ben-
Gurion University of the
Negev.
The center will enable stu-
dents who have been called to
military reserve duty during
the academic year to catch up
on their studies and will help
students, who have difficulty
with the English language, to
improve their skills by using
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Organizations
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HADASSAH
The Broward County Region
will hold its annual spring con-
ference Sunday through Tues-
day, May 7-9, at the Westin
Cypress Creek Hotel, Fort
Lauderdale.
Regional President Dvorah
Friedman will introduce Leah
Stern Reicin, the national
advisor to the region. Reicin is
a member of the National Ser-
vice Committee of Hadassah
and chairman of the Zionist
Federation.
Guest speakers at the Sun-
day plenary session include Dr.
Leo Isacson, who helped David
Ben Gurion rescue the Jewish
survivors of the Exodus in
1942, and Yair Recaniti, 1988
Consul General of Israel in
Miami.
Chairman of the conference
are Celia Freed and Priscilla
Fox.
SHHH Meeting
SHHH, Self Help For Hard
Of Hearing, Delray Chapter,
will hold its regular monthly
meeting, Friday, May 12, 9:15
a.m., at the American Savings
Bank, adjacent to the Kings
Point Shopping Center on
West Atlantic Avenue.
A mini breakfast will be
served prior to the meeting
and friends, relatives, and
neighbors are welcome to
accompany hearing impaired
people who are planning to
attend.
On the agenda is a rap ses-
sion on hearing aids. Chapter
president Regina Rabinowitz
will be moderator.
For information: 499-3984 or
498-1564.
The Shalom Delray chapter
will hold a luncheon/card party
Tuesday, May 16, noon, at the
Camelot Clubhouse. Admis-
sion is $7.50 and the proceeds
are earmarked for Youth
Aliyah. For information: 499-
4536 or 499-4181.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
The Boca Raton chapter is
featuring "A Night out On The
Town," with show and dinner
at Les Violins Wednesday,
May 10. The bus will leave the
Boca Lakes Clubhouse at 4:45
p.m. For information: 482-
8135.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The All Points chapter will
hold a luncheon Tuesday, May
16, 1:30 p.m., at the Rod and
Gun Restaurant, West Atlan-
tic Avenue, Delray Beach.
Featured entertainers will be
The Harmonica Kings, a musi-
cal quartet, and a vocalist.
For information: 499-6732.
Singles Groups
Make Plans
The Boca Jewish Connec-
tion (18-35) will hold a party
Saturday, May 6,8 p.m., at the
Key Largo Restaurant in Boca
Pointe.
The Singles Group of Tem-
ple Anshei Shalom of Delray
Beach have planned a theater
party at Camino Real Holiday
Inn, E. Atlantic Avenue and
A1A Sunday, May 7, 4:30 p.m.
Seating is limited for dinner
and the show, "Forbidden
Broadway," produced by Jan
McArt of the Royal Palm Din-
ner Theater.
Tickets are $28 including
dinner.
For information: 495-1300.
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Deborah and James Skatoff,
will be called to the Torah of
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
as a Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
May 6.
A seventh grade student at
Boca Raton Middle School,
Allison also attends the Tem-
ple Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in
the 8imcha are her brother,
Andrew; and grandparents,
Sophie Roodman of No. Miami
Beach and Vera and Morris
Skatoff of Deerfield Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Skatoff will
host a kiddush in Allison's
honor following the Shabbat
Momning Service.
MICHAEL ARNO
Michael Ian Arno, son of
Maxine and Alan Arno, will be
called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, May 13. As
an ongoing Temple project,
Michael will be "twinning"
with Yusif Manishirov of the
Soviet Union.
Family members sharing in
the 8imcha are Michael's sis-
ter, Michelle; and grand-
parents, Fay and Jack Adel-
man of Delray Beach and
Esther Arno of No. Miami
Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Arno will host
a kiddush in Michael's honor
following the Shabbat morning
service.
Father's Day
The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Anshei Emuna will cele-
brate Father's Day at the
Shore Club in Miami Beach.
The four day stay includes
three meals daily, transporta-
tion and gratuities.
For information: 499-9229.
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MATTHEW COHEN
Matthew Loren Cohen, son
of Starr Cohen and Barry
Cohen, will be called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El of
Boca Raton as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, May 13.
A seventh grade student
at Boca Raton Academy,
Matthew also attends the
Temple Beth El Religious
School.
Family members sharing in
the simcha are Matthew's
brother, Paul; grandparents,
Miriam and Julius Kaufman of
Boca Raton, and Celia and
Louis Cohen of Hallandale;
and great-grandmother, Rose
Sturberg of Boca Raton.
Matthew's parents will host a
kiddush in his honor following
the Mincha service.
JAIME BLOOM
Jaime Bloom will be called to
the Torah at Congregation
B'nai Israel of Boca Raton, as
a Bat Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, May 20. Jaime will lead
the congregation in study and
prayer of the Torah portion,
Behar.
The daughter of Rochelle
and Stephen Bloom, Jaime
attends the Boca Raton Middle
School and enjoys softball, vol-
leyball and cheerleading.
Sharing Jaime's Bat Mitz-
vah, in absentia, will be Irina
Barsky of Kiev, USSR.
Celebrating this special day
with Jaime and her parents
will be sisters Alisa and Stacy,
and grandparents Estelle and
David Bloom of Cape Coral,
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On Saturday, May 6,
WXEL-TV 42 will conclude
Holocaust Remebrance Week
with a presentation at 12:30
p.m. of "Remembering the
Holocaust," a discussion with
seven survivors who recount
personal experiences in the
death camps.
At 1 p.m., the station
will broadcast "The March of
the Living," which utlitizes
the words, writings and music
of some of the 1,500 Jewish
teenagers who marched from
Auschwitz to Birkenau on
April 14, 1988 for a documen-
tary of the event.
At 3:30 p.m., WXEL will
present "The Triumph of
Memory," a film documenting
four non-Jewish resistance
fighters who bear witness to
the actions of the Nazis. Com-
mentary is provided by Arnost
Lustig, two-time winner of the
National Jewish Book Award.
At 4 p.m., the documentary
film, "Safe Haven," tells the
story of the 982 European
refugees brought to the U.S. in
1944 as guests of President
Franklin D. Roosevelt. They
occupied the only shelter in
America for Holocaust vic-
tims.
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ANSHEI EMUNA
Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks will
preach a sermon on the theme
"Holiness and Wholeness" at
the Sabbath morning service
Saturday, May 6, 8:30 a.m.
Kiddush will follow.
On Saturday, May 13, 8:30
a.m., Rabbi Sacks will preach
on the theme "Words" at the
Sabbath morning serivce. Kid-
dush will follow.
Daily classes in the Judaic
Code of Religious Law (Schul-
chan Oruch), led by Rabbi
Sacks, begin at 7:30 a.m. pro-
ceeding the daily minyon
serves and at 6:30 p.m. in
conjunction with the daily twi-
light minyon services.
A D'var Torah in Yiddish is
presented by Rabbi Sacks in
conjunction with the Seu'dat
Shli'sheet, celebrated each
Sabbath between the twilight
services.
Anshei Emuna is located at
16189 Carter Road, Delray
Beach. For information: 499-
9229.
TEMPLE BETH EL
On Friday, May 5, 7 p.m., a
Young Family Service will be
held. At 8 p.m., the congrega-
tion will honor Rabbi and Mrs.
Gregory Marx, who will be
leaving Temple Beth El at the
end of June to take up a pulpit
in Spring House, Pennsyl-
vania.
Temple Beth El is located at
Area Deaths
KAMEROS
Doris, of Lake Worth, died at the age of
70. Services were held April 11, under
the direction of Levitt-Weinstein.
ROTHBERG
Joseph H., of Boca Raton died at the age
of 69. Services were held. Arrangements
by Levitt-Weinstein.
JAFFE
Peter Allen, of Boca Raton, died April
11. A former resident of Great Neck, NY,
he was 41 years old and the son of Sylvia
A. and the late O. Lawrence Jaffe; the
brother of Robert (Jacky) Jaffe, Glbert
(Debby) Jaffe and Donald B. Jaffe; and
the friend of Ruth A. Bradley. Memorial
services were held April 16. Arrange-
ments by Gutterman-Warheit.
BIENSTOCK
Rebecca, a resident of Boca Raton, died
at the age of 86. Services were held April
14 at Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chap-
ets.
SIMAI
Tibor, of Boca Raton, died at the age of
87. Services held; arrangements by Lev-
itt-Weinstein.
JACOBSON
Kurt, of Deerfield Beach, died at the age
of 87. Services in NJ, with arrangements
handled by Levitt-Weinstein.
Skinheads
Continued from Page 1
issues.
One of the groups who
refused to participate in the
demonstration was the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. Spokesman Brad Rind
explained it was "to deny a lot
of free publicity to Butler and
his gang.
"The question wasn't
whether somebody's going to
participate in progressive
movements, it's how to re-
spond to racist movements,"
said Rind, assistant regional
director for the ADL's Pacific
Northwest Regional Office.
His comments reflect the
ongoing debate over the best
strategy to deal with the pre-
sence of hate groups such as
the Skinheads and the Aryan
Nations Church of Jesus
Christ-Christian.
Samowitz and most of the
demonstrators said they be-
lieved the best way to counter
the event was with visible and
vocal protest.
"Every time we have the
opportunity to say 'no' (to hate
groups), we should say no,"
she said.
Rind disagreed, saying it is
better to track the groups and
make available information on
such groups to anyone who
requests it.
"We have attempted to ap-
Eroach this thing in a responsi-
le way without (unintention-
ally) recruiting for these
groups," he said.
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ALBERT
Shirley, a resident of Delray Beach, died
at the age of 83. Services were held April
23, with arrangements handled by Lev-
itt-Weinstein.
333 SW 4th Avenue, Boca
Raton. For information: 391-
8900.
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CONGREGATION
A meeting will be held Sun-
day, May 7, 7:30 p.m., to dis-
cuss the proposed November,
1989 trip to Israel. A film will
be shown and a speaker will be
present to answer all ques-
tions. For information: 368-
6470 or 994-6179.
The first installation of the
Women's Club will be held
Tuesday, May 23, noon, at the
Holiday Inn, Highland Beach.
The Brotherhood will meet
Thursday, May 11,7:30 p.m. at
the Lincolnwood Clubhouse.
Election of officers will be held
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Schulberg will address the
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