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Boca Raton, Fla
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May 4, 1984

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\eport Denied
There Was No Bus-Hijacker Taken Alive Following Shoot-Out
By HUGH ORGEL
SL AVIV (JTA) A military
cesman has denied widespread media
fits that one of the four terrorists who
eked a Tel Aviv-to-Ashkelon bus on
lil 12 survived the army assault on the
icle to rescue the passengers who were
|g held hostage.
IE FOUR TERRORISTS, all
lents of the Gaza Strip, were buried
Br army supervision. But according to
pts in newspapers and on television in
el and abroad, one of them, identified
lajdi Abu Jama, 18, of Beni Shuheila
village was seen after the assault, being led
away from the scene in handcuffs, ap-
parently unharmed, by Israeli security
men. The prisoner was photographed by an
Israeli reporter.
The implication was that the terrorist
was killed after his arrest. The military
spokesman repeated the official an-
nouncement made after the rescue that two
of the terrorists were killed instantly when
troops stormed the bus, another died
shortly afterwards, and the fourth died on
the way to a hospital.
ACCORDING TO media reports,
relatives and friends of the dead terrorist
identified the photograph of the man being
led away as Abu Jama. But the army said
the the error was due to mistaken identity.
The man led away in handcuffs was a
passanger on the bus who had been
mistaken for a terrorist. When he was
discovered to be an innocent Jewish
traveller, he was released, the spokesman
said.
That version seemed to be confirmed by
one of the passengers who told reporters
later that he had been suspected but freed
when he produced his identity card.
Turn for Better?
After Kreisky, Israel-Austria Friendship Improving
*>*
IDEON PATT
f
By REINHARD ENGEL
VIENNA (JTA) -
Austria's relations with
Israel have taken a turn for
the better, both politically
and with respect to trade,
according to Gideon Patt,
Israel's Minister for Com-
merce and Industry, who
arrived here at the head of a
trade delegation.
Patt, the first Israeli govern-
ment official to visit Austria
since the 1973 Yom Kippur war,
said he left for Austria with mis-
givings because of the long
strained relations between the
Lily Nesher to Speak For Career Women
the Career Women of the
fth County Jewish Federation
holding their annual fund-
ing event on Monday, May
at 6:30 p.m., at the Upper
fck Cafe in Boca Raton.
pherri Meade and Dr. Dalai
ai, associate chairwomen,
le pride in announcing that the
f st speaker will be the dynamic
Nesher. Mrs. Nesher was
and educated in Bessarabia.
fled to the Soviet Union in
1 when Hitler invaded that
In 1946, she joined the
ierground and left the Soviet
pon illegally.
Jpon her arrival in Germany,
participated actively in the
?anization of the Jewish
splaced Persons in the United
tes zone of Germany. Upon
arrival in Israel in 1948, Lily
sher served as a Lieutenant in
"W of the absorption of
"comers to the newlyborn
te. Later she joined the Israeli The minimum Women s Division
pledge to attend the event is
$100. All 1984 Women's Division
pledges are applicable to this
minimum. Anyone interested in
attending, please call the
Women's Division at the Federa-
tion, 368-2737.
Lily Ntshtr
Foreign Ministry. She had
several government missions
abroad, among them two
missions to the Soviet Union.
The cost of the dinner is $17.
SANFORD
Court Sentences Anti-Semite
How Close Was
Mengele to Being
AMSTERDAM (JTA) An Amsterdam district
pourt has confirmed a six week prison sentence imposed VToWioH in Miami?
W a lower court on Joop Glimmerveen, former chairman
f the outlawed extreme rightwing Nederlandse Volksunie
INVU), for anti-Semitic and other racial remarks he made
fn an interview with a Dutch weekly in 1981.
GLIMMERVEEN WAS QUOTED as saying that
Surinamese in Holland must go back to Suriname, a
former Dutch colony in South America, and all Jews must
Bo to Israel. He also insisted that Amsterdam should
pever have a Jewish mayor.
I,. Tne incumbent Mayor of Amsterdam, serving his
u-d six year term, is of Jewish origin.
AS AN assistant U.S. Attor-
ney from 1975-1980, Jerry
Sanford was right in the midst of
efforts to nab the Auschwitz
"Angel of Death," Dr. Josef
Mengele, on one of his reportedly
numerous trips to Miami to col-
lect the interest his millions were
supposed to be earning him in a
bank here. "The rat escaped the
trap," recalls Sanford today. See
tory, Page*
two countries. "But now those
feelings hae been replaced with
good ones," he told a Dress con-
ference.
Since Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky left office last year, to be
succeeded by Chancellor Fred
Sinowatz, Austrian-Israeli rela-
tions have improved, at least in
atmosphere and the tone of talks
is much more friendly, Patt said.
HE NOTED that Sinowatz
has promised that he would
stress the principle of Israel's
right to exist at all his meetings
with Arab diplomats, and in fact
did so recently in Abu Dhabi
during a visit to the Untied Arab
Emirates.
Kreisky, though Jewish, had
been consistently critical of
Israeli policies and maintained
cordial relations with Arab
countries and with Palestine
Liberation Organizationi chief
Yasir Arafat.
For that reason, Austrian mi-
_ tiathre in the Middle East were
often suspect in Israel. But
Austria will soon undertake new
initiatives in the region. Foreign
Minister Erwin Lane told a press
conference here that the gfM0r
ment expects to increase its ac-
tivities in the next few months to
contribute toward an easing of
tensions in the Middle East.
LANC, reporting on Austrian
foreign policy during 1963, would
not specify what the new initia-
tives might be. But he made it
dear that Austria views the
Palestinian question as the bask
problems to be resolved in the
region and hinted that whatever
new initiatives might be taken
will be aimed in that direction.
The war in Lebanon was a dis-
traction. Lane said. "Maybe now
there will be a time of thinking
instead of fighting.
He stressed that for Austria to
play a mediator's role in the
Middle East, it must be accepted
by both sides. But more impor-
tant than mediation are internal
changes in the positions of both
sides. "There was no movement
in Israel in that respect and not
enough movement on the Pales-
tinian side, so we have to wait,"
Lane said.
He left Saturday on a 10-day
tour of the Arab Gulf states, ac-
ooaaeied by Austrian bi
men. But the main purpose of his
trip is political. Lane said. "We
want to get new information
about the political views of these
states that help us prepare future
initiatives for the Middle East."
ASKED IF he would visit
Israel, Lane said he hadn't been
invited but added that such a
visit would be useful even if there
are policy differences. He spoke
in some detail of Kreisky's recent
private visit to Egypt. He
stressed that the retired Chancel-
lor no longer represents Austria
in an ofifcial capacity, but he
does have input with respect to
policy.
Lane hir^ed that Austria is
continuing its efforts to arrange a
prisoner exchange between Israel
and the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine-General
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Nicaragua Rebels Ask Israel
for Help to Fight Sandinistas?
NEW YORK (JTAl A spokesman
for Israel's Embassy in Washington has
denied any knowledge of a reported request
from the largest Nicaraguan rebel group for
funding to help fight the Nicaraguan
government.
The report, carried in the Los Angeles
Times, quoted an unidentified official of the
Nicaraguan Democratic Front as saying
that the Front's leader, Adoifo Calero
Portocarrera, had begun searching for
alternative sources of funding because of
the Congressional moves to limit further
CIA expenditures for the rebel forces
ighting the Sandinista government.
"WE HAVE looked for private money,
but there isn't enough.'' the unidentified
rebel official reportedly said. "We need a
government. We think the Israeli would be
the beat, because they have the technical
experience."
According to the account by the Times.
Israel has supplied arms in the past to
other Nicaraguan rebel groups and "might
be willing to provide funding as a favor to
the Reagan Administration which is
providing more than $2j6 billion in aid to
Israel this year, and to punish the San-
dinistas for their ties with the Palestine
Liberation Organization, the rebel official
said."
The Israeli spokesman. Victor Harel.
denied that Israel was currently providing
aid to rebel groups fighting the Nicaraguan
government.
Turn for Better?
After Kreisky, Israel-Austria
Friendship Improving
Coo tinned from Page 1
Command, a pro-Syrian terrorist
group h*+rifd by Ahmed Jibril.
Jibrils forces hold two Israeli
soldiers captured in Lebanon.
Meanwhile. Patt told reporters
here that his visit is aimed at ex-
panding I sraeb-Austrian trade
relations A mixed commission
will begin to function next fall
when Austria's Vice Chancellor,
Norbeert Steger. viaita Jerusalem
at the head of a delegation of
businessmen and industrialists.
AUSTRIA'S trade with Arab
Black Leaders Call For
New Jewish Ties
NEW YORK Two
prominent black leaders
have called for a reaf-
firmation of the coalition
between blacks and Jews.
In separate appearances,
author Roger W ilk ins and
H. Carl McCall. Commis-
sioner of the New York
State Division of Human
Rights. stressed the
communities' shared goals
of equality and social
justice and called for a
strengthening of the coali-
tion between the two
groups.
"We blacks and we Jews
(have) to find the path back
together again." Mr Wflkins
said it. a keynote address at the
New York State Division of
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"In this era of candidates with
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Albany, said that "there is ample
evidence to indicate that the
common friendship between
blacks and Jews is as strong
today as when blacks and Jews
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movement. Frequently, those
who proclaim there is an increase
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communities are those who would
enthusiastically endorse a
rupture in a black-Jewish coali-
tion."
Commissioner McCall said
that evidence shows that blacks
fed more of an affinky with Jews
than with any other white reli-
gious or ethnic group. Similarly,
he said, in recent electoral races
involving black candidate*, Jews
gave the black candidate more
support than any other white
ethnic group.
In Chicago, for instance, the
Jewish vote for Harold Wash
ington was twice the overall
white vote, even though Wash-
ington's opponent was Jewish.
McCall also pointed out the reci-
procal aide of this joint effort, by
citing black voter support for
Elizabeth Holteman when she
ran successfully for Brooklyn
district attorney and for the first
Jewish coogresaman from
Alabama, who waa elected in
1960.
COMMISSIONER McCall
said thst even if reports of black-
Jewish ruptures are 'mis-
represented and exaggerated,"
both communities have a respon-
sibility "to be alert to potential
points of friction and to maintain
a friendship and coalition based
Continued on Page &
countries has been much more
extensive than with Israel But
the sharp devaluation of Israeli
currency has led to an increase of
Austrian exports. Patt hinted
that Austria may act as a
mediator to initiate trade bet-
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On another matter, he denied
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supporting Iran in its war with
Iraq. "May God prevent an
Iranian victory. It would
threaten Saudi Arabia and
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Friday, May 4,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
By CARL ALPERT
HAIFA The ever-growing
pace of conversions to Judaism in
Israel has in recent months
served to recall a major conver-
sion undertaking which had been
planned by David Ben Gurion
about thirty years ago: a
voluntary mass adoption of
Judaism by all the Beduins in
Israel. As we look back upon it
the very idea seems incredible,
but this was no mere pipe dram;
actual details were worked out.
Ben Gurion was one of those
who believed that many of the
Arabs in the country were ac-
tually of Jewish descent. After
the destruction of the Temple not
all the Jews were killed or
deported. Many simply faded
away into the countryside and
took on protective coloration.
Thriving Jewish communities
existed in Palestine for five
centuries thereafter. There is
little doubt that when the Arabs
invaded the country many were
converted to Islam.
WHEN HE first went to live in
the Negev, Ben Gurion became
impressed with the Beduins, their
dignity, their powers of endu-
rance, their survival ability under
desert conditions, and he began
to develop his plan for returning
them to Judaism. Amos Nevo,
writing in the daily Yediot
Ahronot, spoke to some of the
people involved, and recalls the
story.
According to one version, some
of the Beduin sheikhs, envious of
the help provided by. the Israel
government to the new Jewish
settlers, felt that if they became
Jews perhaps they would receive
similar benefits, and they sent
out feelers 'in this direction.
Whether the initiative came from
them or not, Ben Gurion fastened
on to the idea. If the Jews would
not come to settle the Negev,
perhaps the answer was to trans-
form the native inhabitants into
Jews.
On one occasion, visiting a
group of new Jewish immigrants
from Kurdistan, he was struck by
the extent to which they looked
like Beduins and dressed like
Beduins. The Kurdish Jews had
to be re-assimilated into the body
of modern Jewish life. Why not
do the same with the nomads of
the desert?
BEN GURION'S associates at
first humored him along, but
when he was told that the project
was probably impossible he
became, in typical B.G. style,
more stubborn about it.
Army Intelligence units were
asked to sound out the situation.
A task force was set up to gather
information and reactions. The
local military chaplain began to
lay out details of educational
facilities, a house of worship and
other physical requirements for a
large Jewish community. It was
suggested that education of the
children be entrusted to Youth
Aliyah. The Beduins were to be
granted all the privileges of new
immigrants.
There was one condition on
which all agreed: no compulsion.
It must be clear to all they would
be assuming Judaism of their
own volition.
At this stage, the Chief
Chaplain of the Defence Forces,
Rabbi Shlomo Goren, was ap-
proached. He found precedence in
Jewish history. The Edomites
had been traditional enemies of
the Jews, but after their conquest
in the second century, BCE, they
accepted mass conversion.
THE EDOMITES became
exponents of a strict Judaism,
being numbered later among the
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followers of the School of
Shammai, who favored more
rigorous enforcement of Jewish
law. Many prominent Jews were
descended from the Edomites.
Goren was skeptical of the
chances of success in the 20th
century, but approved in prin-
ciple as being in conformity with
halacha.
The matter was next taken up
with the Minister of Religion,
Moshe Chayim Shapiro, who
agreed. The two Chief Rabbis
hesitated, but also agreed when
reassured there would be no
compulsion.
The military began to refine
the plans. Problems were ex-
pected, especially with the first
generation, but it was felt that
after 25 years of education and
assimilation, relations would be
smooth. Goren planned the
recruiting of Arabic-speaking
rabbis and the setting up of a rel-
igious establishment. The
scheme bore the code name
Project Yochanan, after
Yochanan (John) the Baptist.
The number of persons involved
was about 20,000, of whom
13,000 were in the Negev and
about 7,000 in the Galilee.
At this stage Ben Gurion was
called back to political life. He
became Minister of Defense and
then again Prime Minister, and
his time was taken up with other
pressing matters. He lost interest
in Project Yochanan. Perhaps he
became aware of what the reac-
tion might have been in the Arab
world.
As it turned out, the Beduins
of Israel became loyal and faith-
ful citizens of the state and
remained Moslems.
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Special to
The Jewish Floridian
Dr. Josef Mengele, the
Auschwitz "Angel of
Death" and the world's
most sought surviving
Nazi, narrowly escaped
walking into an FBI trap
five years ago at Miami
International Airport, a
former federal official says
in an exclusive interview
with the Jewish Floridian.
Jerome Sanford, a Temple
Beth Am member who served as
an assistant U.S. attorney here
from 1975 to 1980, has identified
himself as the federal prosecutor
who was given the super-secret
assignment of serving an arrest
warrant from the Federal
Republic of Germany for the
extradition of Dr. Mengele as he
stepped off a plane from
Asuncion, Paraguay, in July.
1979.
"The rat escaped the trap,"
says Sanford today. "Hours
before the plane was to land in
Miami, the Justice Department
in Washington notified me that
Mengele had apparently been
tipped off and wouldn't be
aboard. I believe I would have
given a leg to have been able to
serve that warrant."
THE STORY of that July
night and of Sanford's
violence-studded efforts since he
left government service to run
Mengele down has never been
told until now. The story involves
at least two Miami killings over
the past year and a warm,
continuing relationship that grew
between Sanford, now a can-
didate for Dade County state
attorney, and Tuviah Friedman,
an Israeli who roams the world in
search of Nazi war criminals.
Sanford believes that the
sadistic doctor and Klaus Barbie,
another Nazi war criminal now
standing trial in France, were
both involved, separately or
together, in the lucrative illicit
drug trade between South
America and the United States.
A cover story in The Miami
Herald'8 Tropic Magazine on
January 2, 1963 described in
detail a cartel of former Nazis,
including Barbie, who resorted to
large-scale drug dealings out of
South America after the collapse
of the Thrid Reich.
AS HEAD of the major drug
traffickers prosecution unit in the
U.S. Attorney's office here,
Sanford traveled to Europe,
Central America and Mexico
investigating international
smugglers and terrorists.
Sanford also had good reason
to hunt Nazis. His wife's father
was in Dachau, but released in
1938. Her maternal grandmother
was killed in a concentration
camp. She was born in the United
States after the family fled from
Austria.
"I have more than a little
knowledge of the drug trade
situation," Sanford explains. "As
far as I know, I'm also the only
federal prosecutor in this area
who wore a bullet proof vest and
carried a pistol while working in
the streets with agents of the
Drug Enforcement Adminis-
tration."
SANFORD HAS vivid recol-
lections of the day it all began in
July, 1979.
"On a Friday afternoon, I got a
call from the Justice Department
in Washington, telling me that I
had been selected to handle a
matter of extreme delicacy. They
told me it involved the arrest of a
foreign citizen who would be
arriving in Miami, but they
refused to give me a name. They
told me to tell no one not even
my boss about this asssign-
ment."
Sanford said he was told he
would be contacted that same
evening by FBI agents assigned
to the case. The Washington
official ordered Sanford to obtain
an agreement from a federal
judge to remain available on call
for the entire night.
"I contacted U.S. District
Judge James Lawrence King and
got his agreement to remain
available," Sanford recalls. "I
had been planning to take my
wife out to dinner that night, but
instead I decided to stay home
with my wife and some friends."
THE PHONE rang about 8
p.m., and it was the FBI. They
told Sanford they were on their
way over with the top-secret
documents.
"The two agents got there
about 9 p.m., and the three of us
'The Rat Escaped,' Says
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went into my kitchen, leaving my
wife and the other couple in the
living room. One of them opened
a briefcase and handed me a
document. For some reason, I
thought it might be a warrant for
Robert Vesco or some other
international criminal case.
"So when the first words I saw
were 'Federal Republic of Ger-
many' at the top of the
document, it kind of threw me,"
Sanford said. "I read the rest of
the document to make sure it was
m the proper order as a
provisional arrest warrant. The
legal language was in English.
"Then I got to the point where
it said. 'We are requesting the
provisional arrest of Dr. Joseph
Mengele. .
"I saw that name, and the
chills went down my back, and it
practically stood my hair on end.
I looked in astonishment at the
nearest FBI agent. He kind of
smiled, nodded and said 'Yeah,
it's the real thing.'"
SANFORD SAID the docu-
ment claimed that Mengele was
due to arrive on a National
Airlines flight about 3 ajn. that
night.
"There was no passport
number or photo, so I aaked the
agents how they would be able to
identify him," Sanford said
"They assured me there'd be no
problem with identification."
The agents told Sanford they
would return later in the evening
to pick him up for the ride to the
airport.
"I didn't know how many
agents they had scheduled to go,
hot I'm sure it would have been
quite a few. I had been with
agents when they arrested an
alleged Cuban spy on his way out
of the country, so I had some ides
of how they would stake out the
airport," Sanford said.
WHEN THE agents left,
Sanford said, he sat by himself in
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Israelis Wondering
Are They Facing New Wave of Terror at Home?
ByHUGHORGEL
And OIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israelis are wondering
whether they face a new
wave of terrorist attacks
within their borders in the
aftermath of the bus hijack
in which a woman soldier
was killed and seven civil-
ians wounded.
The four terrorists who seized
the bus enroute form Tel Aviv to
Ashkelon in an attempt to take
hostages across the Egyptian
border were killed by Israeli
troops who stormed the vehicle
before dawn after its tires were
shot out in the Gaza Strip.
THE HIJACK was the fifth
major terrorist assault on
civilians inside Israel since last
December. Although more
serious casualties were averted,
tension is running high. Security
precautions for the Passover
holidays were specially strict.
Hundreds of additional
policemen were on duty and the
volunteer civil guard also in-
creased its manpower. Cities and
resort areas were put on special
alert.
Israel army engineers have
systematically dynamited the
houses of the four dead terrorists,
all residents of the Gaza Strip.
Three had lived in Beni Shuheila
village and one in Abassan near
Khan Yunis. It has long been
standard practice to demolish
buildings where terrorists lived
or found shelter.
The Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a
terrorist group headed by George
Habash who broke with the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization in 1974, claimed credit for
the bus hijack. But Israeli
authorities insisted that the
terrorists were all members of the
mainstream El Fatah, the PLO
faction still loyal to Yasir Arafat,
and in fact were acting on
Arafat's orders.
PREMIER Yitahzk Shamir
said the terrorists were making
"a desperate attempt to resume
activity after having lost control
over the terrorist theater in
Friday, May 4,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
i Lebanon by sea and the mass
1 killings were followed by Israel's
invasion and occupation of south
Lebanon in what became known
as the Litani River campaign.
Responsibility for several of
the more recent attacks inside
Israel was claimed by the
Democratic Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, a
Marxist oriented, pro-Soviet
group headed by Nayef
Hawatmeh and currently based
in Damascus. The Democratic
Front is a breakaway from
Habash*s PFLP. Israeli experts
on Arab affairs noted that both
dissident PLO offshoots are
vying for leadership of the badly
divided PLO at the Palestine
Council meeting next month.
FOR THAT reason, it is
believed, the PFLP took
responsibility for the bus hijack
inasmuch as Hawatmeh's group
claimed credit for the King
George Street shooting earlier in
the month. But Israeli sources,
pointing to El Fatah, noted that
Arafat's deputy, Khalil Wazir,
also known as Abu Jihad, told
reporters in Amman that the
PLO would take "many actions
in the near future against the
enemy who only understands
force."
salem, wounding 48 persons. One
of the assailants was killed and
two were captured.
On March 7, three Israelis were
killed and nine wounded when a
bomb exploded on a bus in the
port city of Ashdod. On February
28, 21 persons were wounded
when two hand grenades ex-
ploded outside a mens' clothing
shop on Jaffa Road. Last
December 6, a powerful bomb
demolished a bus in the Jeru-
salem suburb of Beit Vagan,
killing six people and wounding
41.
The hijack, involving an inter-
city bus, triggered memories of
the March 11,' 1978 coastal high-
way massacre in which 35 people
were killed and 80 wounded by
heavily armed terrorists who
seized a bus on the Haifa-Tel
Aviv highway and fired from its
windows on passing vehicles.
The terrorists had come from
GEORGE HABASH: claimed responsibility
Lebanon." Defense Minister
Moshe Arens observed that the
terrorists are "trying to prove
they still exist."
Chief of Staff Gen. Moshe
Levy hinted that the bus
hijackers had been trained and
armed on the West Bank where
there is considerable support for
the PLO but not for Habash s
PFLP. The hijackers had
demanded the release of 500
imprisoned PLO terrorists from
Israeli jails in exchange for the
bus passengers, and safe passage
for themselves into Egypt.
(The hijack drew swift con-
demnation from the Reagan
Administration. In Washington,
State Department spokesman
John Hughes said: "The United
States condemns this wanton act
of terrorism which struck at
innocent civilians. We remain
relentlessly opposed to terrorism
wherever it occurs, whoever is the
agent. Israel has too long suf-
fered the outrages of such
despicable acts. The United
States has long maintained that
only through negotiations, not
violence can progress be made
toward a just and lasting Middle
East peace.")
IN THE recent chronology of
terror, civilians have been the
targets. On April 2, three
terrorists threw grenades and
opened fire on crowds in King
George Street near Jaffa Road,
the busiest intersection in Jeru-
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Mengele Escaped Five Years Ago

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the kitchen for several minutes.
Through his mind went the
memory that Mengele was nick-
named the Angel of Death
because he stood at the main
railhead of the Auschwitz death
camp in German-occupied Poland
and casually selected inmates
arriving by the trainload for
death in the gas chambers with e
flick of his wrist. He also con-
ducted often-fatal experiments on
twins in his research aimed at
helping "Aryan" mothers
produce more children.
"I was stunned. Suddenly it
seemed as if I had lived just for
this night," Sanford recalled.
"Then, an hour later, I got the
call from Washington telling me
Mengele had apparently been
tipped off and wouldn't be
arriving. My disappointment was
bitter."
The Mengele case never left
Sanford'a mind, even after he left
the government in 1960 and went
into the private practice of law.
Soon after he opened his private
law offices, he began tmnHling
civil matters for a survivor of the
Buchenwald concentration camp.
" In the course of events, I told
him of my earlier brush with the
Mengele case and my disappoint
at the way it worked out,"
Sanford continued.
"HE TOLD me he was
acquainted with an Israeli in-
volved in the chasing down of
Nazi war criminals. He asked me
if I would be willing to cooperate
with this official in the Mengele
case. I jumped at the oppor-
tunity."
Sanford's client returned to
Israel in 1962. Late in that year,
the Nazi-hunter friend came to
Miami solely to meet with
Sanford. The friend was Tuvia
Friedman, head of the Institute
of Documentation in Israel for
the Investigation of Nazi War
Crimes.
Friedman provided Sanford
with copies of German
documents, some in Mengele's
own handwriting, to help identify
any suspects. Sanford and
Friedman discussed the case
extensively, and they agreed that
the Angel of Death was probably
still in Paraguay. Sanford gave
Friedman a letter of introduction
to an official in the Justice
Department, and Friedman
immediately flew to Washington.
"THE OFFICIAL stonewalled
Friedman," Sanford said,
possibly because of the very
sensitive nature of the subject.
Disappointed, Friedman returned
to Israel empty-handed."
Doggedly, Sanford continued
his research. Using the same
kitchen table he sat around with
the FBI agents years earlier,
Sanford put together a chart of
individuals and organizations
"showing possible links among
international anti-Communist
groups, terrorists, narcotics
people and pro-Nazi groups.
"I felt, and still feel, that an
investigation based on this chart
might show a link between
Mengele and narcotics and
terrorism and reveal the reasons
for which he had planned to come
to Miami. His reasons had to be
very compelling ones."
SANFORD forwarded the
chart to Friedman in Israel.
Friedman wrote back that more
explanation of the links between
Mengele, narcotics and terrorism
were required.
Sanford tried another angle.
He contacted a man he had
known both when he was with the
government and afterwards a
man named Ricardo "Monkey"
Morales.
"Morales bad been an in-
formant when I worked for the
government, and he was a
fascinating, diverse character
even a self-admitted murderer.
Morales and I usually just spoke J "I knew Morales had been in
in generalities after I left the dangerous territory before, and
government, but I was aware so had I," Sanford said. "But
that he had worked for the
Venezuelan secret service andj
that while there, had been in-1
volved with the Israeli intelli-
gence service, the Mossad.
"I THOUGHT that because he
had the background, and because
he was the first person who had
told me a long time ago about the
pro-Nazi influence in the Bolivian
cocaine traffic, including Klaus
Barbie, that there might be
something he could know or find
out about Mengele."
Sanford contacted Morales,
and they met in Sanford s office.
After small talk, Sanford asked
Morales for his help in tracking
down Mengele.
"It was the first time I've even
seem Morales shaken, con-
sidering everything he'd been
through," Sanford recalls. "He
kind of slumped in his chair,
wiped his brow and said:
Mengele! You don't know what
you're asking. Now you're really
playing in dangerous territory.'
apparently he felt this was a
completely different game. But
he said the Israelis had been good
to him, and he agreed to help.
Not surprisingly, his offer came
after I told him he would be well-
rewarded for any solid informa-
tion he brought us."
IT WAS on a Monday in
December of 1982 that he agreed
to help. A week later he was shot
to death in a lounge on Key
Biscayne. The other party
claimed self-defense and was
freed.
"And the former Buchenwald
inmate who introduced me to
Tuviah Friedman was shot to
death about four months ago here
in Miami, allegedly by his wife.
That case hasn't come to trial
yet."
THAT'S WHERE Jerry
Sanford's case ends at least
that's where it rests for the time
being.
"But I've still got a lot of
contacts and a lot of friends in

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ceptance into membership in the N.S.D.A.P. (Nazi) Party in
May, 1937 and his acceptance into the SS just one year later.
The statement ends with a rare sample of Mengele's signature.
the investigative field," Sanford
said thoughtfully. "And it's a
rare month that I don't ask
someone 'By the way, do you
know the name Joseph Men-
gele .?"
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On A Personal Note
Friday, May 4,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 7
ByCARLALPERT
JFA I have been queried
i times about my choice of
cts to write about. Readers
KTbe reassured that there is no
[k of subjects. I could write a
fclv column. 365 days a year,
|d never run out of themes in
Is fascinating country. Rather
question is, what guidelines
I use? How do I determine
ether a specific subject is,
we say, "suitable" for
jers overseas.
or one thing, everything I
te is submitted to and clears
ough Israel military censor-
p to make sure that I am not,
n unwittingly, revealing
thing that might be of value
e enemy.
,eyond that, I subject myself
personal censorship. In reply
many questions, let me make it
ar at once that I am not objec-
To the contrary, when it
les to love of Israel, desire to
p Israel flourish and be strong,
concern for the quality of life
. 1 can not be objective. I am
ensely, perhaps even pas-
nately partisan.
FOR THAT reason, perhaps, I
discriminating in my choice of
jects. I hope that not every-
g I write sounds Pollyanish. I
frequently critical, but I am
io aware of the kind of coverage
ich Israel has been receiving
American television, in Time
gazine, The New York Times
I other papers, and I do feel
t it is necessary to a degree to
et some of the false and mis-
ling reports to which the
rseas public is subjected.
Alas, many of my colleagues
hin the country, in both the
nted and the visual media, feel
need to exercise any restraint.
ey believe that as journalists
(py are obligated to publish
prything which makes a "good
iry." They are subject to no
'ral <>r national responsibility;
them freedom of the press is
amount. And the savage
acks against the Israel
vernment (most of them
litically inspired) which seethe
ht in this country are reflected
the dispatches sent abroad by
eign correspondents in Israel.
I value freedom of the press,
|t dem
teria as the
sets up certain
price for such
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Members of the Boca-Delray
ction of the National Council of
wish Women recently attended
Bir Southern District
n vent ion in Palm Beach.
[Highlights of the convention
Vodad Past District President
7' nenenson's opening welcome
"e delegates and a keynote
*J by Lenore Feldman,
WW National Vice-President.
addition, delegates had a
nee to voice their opinions and
com a range of issues with
^w National President
oara A. Mandel and NCJW
fecutive Director Dadie Periov
ping a "Town Meeting."
liy Chen' President of the
pca_uelray Section, said "The
Putnern District Convention
8^,feUent opportunity for
uv volunteers to learn
fWwnal skills which will help
F <* more effective in our
CJ>tie8ai advocate, and aa
lrJjlte?,r8 Providing community
Uablished in 1893, the
ft*"*. Council of jewiah
2? ,S ,the 0,de* Jewi8h
men s volunteer organization
. Amenca. NCJWa more than
rtu members in some 200
ns nationwide are active in
organization's priority areas
omen's issues, Jewish life,
j children and youth, and
freedom. We are ail called upon to
restrain some of our freedoms.
Israel recently passed a strict law
which restrains the freedom of
people to smoke whenever and
wherever they like. We accept
restrictions as to when and where
we can cross streets, the speed at
which we are permitted to drive,
the degree of body exposure or
sexual activity in which we can
engage in public. In every case
the criterion is the welfare of the
greater public.
IN ISRAEL it appears that
many journalists and even the
state-owned television have gone
wild. That which is negative and
critical of Israel gets the greatest
exposure. As I stated earlier,
much of this is politically in-
spired, perhaps only natural
when the "outs" want to be "in"
and consider it proper to decry
and undermine everything the
party in power is doing, whether
in defense or in economics. And
since there is a dynamics about
this kind of criticism, the
repetition begins to lead to the
creation of a psychological at-
mosphere in which the worst
fears begin to be realized. If one
cries "depression" over and over
again, it contributes to a public
response in which depression is
bound to occur.
The political reaction to the
war in Lebanon is another case. If
ever Israel was in a better
bargaining position to make the
most of its presence in Lebanon,
the constant harping criticism by
the opposition, and the ill-timed
street demonstrations
strengthened the hand of our
enemies and in effect sabotaged
our government's efforts. As
Minister of Defense Moshe Arens
has pointed out, this was not
Israel's first war. Following the
Six-Day War Israel was engaged
in a long and bloody War of
Attrition along the Suez Canal.
THE ISRAEL army was then
located on battlefields much,
much further from home than
Beirut. Our troops were pinned
down in a Bar Lev Line which
ultimately proved to be valueless.
The death toll rose constantly
but not once in those days did the
then opposition do or say any-
thing which might handicap or
cripple the Labor Government in
its conduct of the war. Too much
was at stake. Now in opposition,
Labor has shown no such
restraint, and many of the
country's journalists have lent
themselves to what is in effect a
political campaign waged on the
backs of the military.
I have many faults to find with
the present government, and I
certainly do not agree with all its
policies. But there are so many
journalists and commentators
engaged in lambasting the
government that my services are
not required in that direction.
Rather do I seek to cover a more
neglected aspect, showing the
positive, the constructive, the
i unusual, the cheerful or even
just the normal side of Israel
today. There is much to tell. I
hope my readers approve.
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essence of Biblical teachings,
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as you love yourself," is the foundation of the quality of life.
This unusual coin issue was selected by the Bank of Israel
to promote the awareness of brotherhood, unity and mutual
love among all mankind. Selfless love, we are taught, is self
interest, and these coins are a daily reminder of this precept.
The obverse pictures a filigree likeness of branches and
roots, against which are the Hebrew words for brotherhood
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"Mem" mintmark. Silver B.U. coins are of uniform finish,
with "Star of David" mintmark.
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$250 Israel Certificate With Improved
Features Announced By Israel Bonds
Improved features for the $260
State of Israel Certificate,
including its acceptance toward
the purchase of El Al Israel
Airline tickets on flights to and
from Israel, have been announced
by the Israel Bond Organization.
The new Israel Bond instru-
ment was established to increase
identification with Israel by
expanding the number of visitors
to the country.
David B. Hermelin, National
Campaign Chairman of Israel
Bonds, reported that the
Certificates will now have the
following graduated increases in
their value each year if cashed in
Israel for Israeli currency: after
one year, $260, after two years,
$275; after three years, $296;
four years, $320; five years (at
maturity), $360. Certificates
must be at least one year old
before they are accepted by El Al
for tickets.
Another new feature, he
stated, provides that if the
Certificates are held to their five-
year maturity and are not cashed
in Israel, the holder can add $200
and receive a $600 Current
Income Bond, giving the holder a
S50 bonus.
"Or, the holder can receive the
$260 principal," he explained,
'and thus will have provided a
oan to Israel for the building and
rt rengthening of its economy."
Brig. Gen. (Res.) Yehudah
Halevy, President of Israel
Bonds, reported that the Bond
Organization will be working
closely on the Certificate sales
effort with all major Jewish orga-
nizations in the United States
whose memberships will be the
main market for the Bond Orga-
nization's new instrument.
Mrs. Miriam Handler of New
York and Seymour Scheer,
former Deputy Superintendent of
Banking for the State of New
York, are serving as Co-Chairmen
of the effort which will be
conducted among the organiza-
tions.
Gen. Halevy pointed out that
the Certificate is "an ideal gift for
Bar or Bat Mitzvahs and other
occasions. Accumulated
Certificates could be used by
youngsters to buy El Al tickets
and pay for other tourist
expenses while visiting Israel
during their high school or
college years."
He continued: "The new
Certificate features make it an
excellent vehicle for encouraging
American Jews of all generations,
particularly the young, to
strengthen their identification
with Israel by visiting the
country."
Certificates can be transferred
to s spouse, child, parent, grand-
Community Calendar
May 6
Israel Independence Day Celebration, 36th Anniversary at FAU,
12 noon B'nai B'rith North Pines Lodge, meeting B'nai B'rith
Shomer Lodge 3122, meeting, 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Boca
Planning Session, 10 a.m.
May 7
Brandeis Women Boca, Board Meeting, 9 a.m. South County
Jewish Federation, Annual meeting Hadassah Ben Gurion,
meeting, 9:30 a.m. Free Sons of Israel, meeting, 7 p.m.
May I
Pioneer Women Boca, meeting, 12 noon Temple Beth El Solos,
Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. Women's American ORT Delray,
meeting, 1 2 noon
May 9
B'nai Torah Sisterhood, Board meeting, 7:30 p.m. American
Murocrii Women Beershevo, meeting, 12 noon Workmen's
Circle, meeting, 1 p.m.
May 10
Temple Beth El Singles, Board meeting, 10 a.m. Temple Beth El
Single Parents, meeting, 7 p.m. Temple Beth El Brotherhood,
Board meeting, 8 p.m. Hadassah Ben Gurion, Board meeting,
9:30 a.m. Hadassah Sabro, meeting, 8 p.m. Pioneer Women
Na'amat, conference, 9 a.m.
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on mutual respect."
"Blacks must be on the alert
for expressions of anti-Semitism
within the black community, not
only repudiating such expres-
sions but also re-educating and
sensitizing those who harbor
such thoughts," he said. "By the
same token, members of the
Jewish community should not
automatically equate policy
disagreements emanating from
the black community with anti-
Semitism," Commissioner
McCall added.
"The common and shared
goals of both the black and
Jewish communities are equal
opportunity, fairness, equity and
the eradication of all forms of
discrimination in the cause of
achieving justice and equality.
And friends who have mutual
respect for one another can and
must continue to work in coali-
tion together in pursuit of those
goals," he said.
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Director of Youth in Israel
for the UAHC
Speaking on
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A view of the Future "
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Temple Israel's Schwartz berg Hall
1901 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
Thursday, May 10th 8:00 P.M.
Refreshments will be served
The Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
(An Agency of the South County Jewish Federation)
Is Forming A Book Review Club
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Comments
The following is brought to [
'bridian readers by the South
'ounty Rabbinical Association.
'f there are topics you would like
mr Rabbis to discuss, please
ubmit them to the Floridian.
Rabbi Dr. Louis Sacks
By RABBI
DR. LOUIS L. SACKS
In a perceptive parable, the Midrash relates how once a bird
I nestled on a branch. As the bird glided gracefully through the
heavens, the branch was filled with chagrin and envy, for it
looked upon itself as being imprisoned on the tree, and it longed
for the freedom and mobility of the bird.
Pleadingly, the branch turned heavenward and prayed to God
that He in His mercy would liberate it from the tree so that it
could enjoy the unbridled freedom personified by the winging
bird.
The midrashic parable continues that God hearkened unto the
prayer of the branch by sending a mighty gale, wrenching the
branch from the trunk of the tree lifting it heavenward. As the
branch soared upward, a lilting song of freedom reverberated
through its being. It was blissful in the awareness that now it
had the birdlike quality of gliding through the elements.
After a few hours, however, the gale subsided, hurling the
[branch into a gutter and setting into motion the slow but
inevitable process of decay. Shorn now of its source of nourish-
ment, the branch began to dry up and rot until what was former-
ly a beautiful twig, pulsating with life-energy was reduced to a
heap of debris and rubbish.
The branch realized the foolishness of its original longing. In
the moment of agony, it understood fully that the rootage to the
trunk was not a straightjacket, stifling and repressing, but
rather the very artery of its life, pouring into the branch the sap
of sustenance, invigorating it to grow and luxuriate in all of
God's glory.
In a penitential and confessional mood, it now turned to God
asking for forgiveness.
Our Torah heritage has been likened by the prophets unto a
tree. The Torah is termed Eitz Chaim, the Tree of Life. Every
family represents a branch on this majestic and glorious tree,
with each individual Jew being a leaf on the branch. Too often in
'our estrangement from Jewish life and our alienation from
Jewish values, we, as the branch, foolishly look upon our Torah
heritage and synagogue affiliation as being a straightjacket,
stifling us and repressing us. Too often we echo the words of
Heine, that Judaism is not a religion but a catastrophe.
Some Jews seek to be liberated from their spiritual rootage in
the quest for a birdlike type of freedom. Alas, through bitter
experience, many learn that the trunk which was looked upon
with contempt was indeed the nexus of one's life. To be an
alienated Jew shorn from faith in God, Torah and the mission of
the peoplehood of Israel is indeed a tragic experience not merely
I for the Jewish people but for the individual.
Only by grafting your life into the Eitz Chaim, the Tree of Life
of religious commitment, will you derive from its trunk the
nourishment for your mind and soul. Instead of being a cipher,
let us write a luminous chapter adding to the glory of a 4,000-
year-old peerless and priceless Torah tradition spun by
matriarchs, prophets, saints and scholars.
Friday, May 4,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 11
Organizations In The News
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
Workmen's Circle Branch 1061
will hold their last meeting of the
season on Wednesday, May 9 at 1
p.m. at Temple Emeth, 5780 W.
Atlantic Ave., Deb-ay. The
Keynote speaker will be Harold
Weisman on the subject "The
Law as it effects the Retiree."
For further information, please
call 498-9091.
HADASSAH
Hadaaaah Boca Maartv
Chapter of Century Village West
will hold their Installation of
Officers on Wednesday, May 16,
12 noon at B'nai Torah Congre-
gation, 1401 N.W. 4 Ave, Boca. A
special program, plus enter-
tainment is planned. Refresh-
ments will be served, and the last
drawing of the big raffle will take
place. For further information,
please call Selma 483-3253 or
Nettie 482-9085.
Hadassah Associates of
Boynton, Boca and Delray will
hold their next breakfast meeting
on Monday, May 14 at 9:30 a.m.
at the Birds Nest Tree Restaur-
ant, 15445 Military Trail, Delray.
Join now to take advantage of
the old membership fee as the
rate will change on July 1. For
further information, please call
David Kaplan, 499-5972 or Jack
Braver 499-1740.
Hadassah Ben Gurion will hold
their next meeting on Thursday,
May 17, 12:30 a.m. at the Temple
Emeth, 5780 W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Installation of officers
will take place. Refreshments will
be served and there will be enter-
tainment.
Hadassah Menachem Begin
will hold their next meeting on
Wednesday, May 16 at 12 noon,
5780 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
Guests are invited to attend,
installation of officers will take
place. Guest Artist will be Sarah
Filner who will give a biography
of Henrietta Szold.
PIONEER WOMEN
Mrs. Shirley Fayne, President
of Palm Beach Council of Pioneer
Women Na'amat has announced
their annual conference will be
held on Thursday, May 10 at 9
a.m. at Palm Beach Junior
College, Congress Ave., Lake
Worth. Membership, program
and fund raising reports will be
given by the various chairpersons
of those departments of the ten
clubs in Palm Beach County.
Recommendations for the coming
vear will be discussed. The chair-
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person of the day will be Esther
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president of Council and Presi-
dent of their Golds Meir Club.
FREE SONS
Free Sons of Israel, Delray
Beach Lodge No. 244 will hold
their next meeting on Monday,
May 7 at 7 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. A sing-a-long is planned
with the Kings Point Glee Club
under the direction of Izzy Siegel.
Also please make your reserva-
tions now to attend the
Copacabana matinee show at the
Marco Polo on Sunday, June 3.
The cost is $27.50 per person
which includes dinner and bus
ride. Send your check to Sid
Seplew.
BETH SHALOM
Temple Beth Shalom Sister
hood will hold their next meeting
on Mondev, May 28 at 10 a.m. in
the Administration Bldg.,
Delray. Please make your reser-
vations early for the luncheon
Card Party, first Monday of each
month by calling Ann Siegelhein,
483-1315 or Ann Alster, 483-4964.
Donation is $4.50.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth Sisterhood will
hold their first annual Mother's
Day Dinner Dance on Sunday
May 13 at 5:30 p.m. at Temple
Emeth, 5780 W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Dinner is being catered
by Edie Nauen of 40 Karats
Kosher Katerers. For further
information please contact Anne
Katz. 499-9828, Ruth Kantor,
499-5333, Eva Herman, 499-4179
or Sarah Somers, 499-4832.
ORT
Women's American ORT
Delray is sponsoring a bus trip to
Naples Dinner Theatre on
Sunday, May 20 to see the
musical "Carousel." For reserva-
tions, please call Molly Nanus
499-4739.
The third annual Planning
Conference of the Sooth Palm
Beach County Region of
Women's American ORT will be
held on Wednesday, May 16 at 10
a.m. at the community room at
Town Center Mall, Glades Road,
Boca. Roz Schneider, Region
Education Chairperson will direct
the Planning Conference activi-
ties. All chapter chairpersons and
members are cordially invited to
attend and learn about the future
plans for the coming year. For
further information, please call
391-2123.
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B rith Women Boca
Chapter announces their All Day
Planning Session for Board
Members only to be held on
Monday, May 6 at 10 a.m. in the
Town Center Community Room,
Glades Road, Boca. Lunch will be
served.
BRANDEIS
Brsndeia Century Village Boca
Chapter is offering a trip to
Frances Langford Outriggers
Resort on Friday, May 11, 9 a.m.
Bus will pick up in front of the
clubhouse for Jupiter. Board a
boat and set sail on Indian River
to Jensen Beach and enjoy hors
d'oeuvres. Elegant dining at
Frances Langford Outriggers
Resort and enjoy entertainment
on return sail. Call Eleanore at
482-9704 for reservations.
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Religious Directory
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
Evening services Monday through Thursday 5:15 p.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
16189 Carter Road 1 block south of Lin ton Blvd., Delray
Beach, Florida 33445. Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks.
Daily Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah doss
5 p.m. Phone 499-9229.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at Carteret Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation Office, West Atlantic, corner Carter Road, Delray Beach.
Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat, Saturdays, 9 a.m. and
Kiddush. Edward Dorfman, President 499-6687. Temple
Office 14600 Cumberland Drive. Delray Beach, Fla. 33446,
Phone 495-0466.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Flo. 33432. Reform.
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant Rabbi
Richard Agler, Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services at
8 p.m. Family Shabbath Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of each
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015, Boca Raton, Fla. 33434.
Conservative. Located in Century Village, Boca. Daily Services
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:16 p.m., Sunday
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Reuben Saltxman, President, Joseph M.
Pollack. Cantor. Phone 483-5557.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Fla. 33445. Con-
servative. Phone: 498-3536. Bernard A. Silver, Rabbi; Nafuly
A. Linkovsky. Cantor. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m.,
Saturday at 8:45 a.m., Daily Minyans at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
Cason United Methodist Church, 342 N. Swinton Ave. (corner
Lake Ids Rd), Delray Beach, Fla. Reform. Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1901, Delray Beach, Fla. 33444. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Samuel Silver, President Samuel Rothstein, Phone 276-
6161.
BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE
Mailing Address. P.O. Box 273866, Boca Raton, Fla. 33427.
Orthodox services held at South County Jewish Community
Day School, 414 N.W. 35th St., Boca Raton, every Friday, 5:45
p.m., Saturday morning 9:30 a.m. Minch-Maariv. President,
Dr. Israel Bruk, Phone. 483-8616.


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