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Jewish Floridian
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
/olume 6 Number 25
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, July 27, 1984
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Price 35 Cents
At Stony Brook
Did SUNY Lie to Jewish Newspaperman?
NEW YORK (JTA)
The Long Island
Jewish World has called
)n Nassau County District
[Attorney Dennis Dillon to
letermine if the State
Jniversity of New York at
IStony Brook violated the
[Freedom of Information
(Act when it told the Jew-
[ish weekly last February
[that its files contained "no
[correspondence or other
Idocuments" dealing with
jroposed gifts to the
iniversity by "foreign
governments and busi-
iesses in the Middle
Cast."
Five months after university
I officials denied any such
material existed in its files, the
Jewish weekly said in its July
13 issue, memoranda and other
materials were published by the
Village Voice in its July 10 issue
revealing that the university
had initiated talks with Arab
representatives on proposals to
fund an Islamic studies center
|on its Long Island campus.
THIS WEEK Jerome
ll.ippman, publisher of the Long
Island Jewish World, whose
office is in Great Neck, turned
over to Dillon a series of docu-
ments that he said confirmed
that the university had failed to
espond properly to a request it
had made on February 24 under
^he Freedom of Information Act
eking copies of correspondence
elating to scholarships or chairs
f learning at Stony Brook
IN ITS current issue, the
Long Island weekly reported
that a spokesman for District
Attorney Dillon said his office
was now researching the law to
determine if any statute had
been violated as a result of the
university's failure to disclose
the documents pursuant to the
Freedom of Information Act
request.
According to the documents
turned over to the District
Attorney, Stony Brook
president John Marburger
appointed a Setauket, L.I.,
resident known to have contacts
with the Arab world Colin
Jupp of Setauket to the
advisory council of the univer-
sity's center for religious studies
in 1981. Last September 1, Jupp
wrote to the center's director
describing his "contacts" with
"several Islamic funding
Jerome Lippmon
involving Middle East govern-
ments or companies.
On February 29, according to
Lippman, Rosemarie Williams
Nolan, Stony Brook's admin-
istrator for claims, records and
risk management, replied that a
check of the files revealed that
the university has "no corresp-
ondence or. other documents
relating to such gifts."
Despite this denial, the news-
paper obtained copies of such
correspondence and submitted
them to the Nassau District
Attorney "for possible criminal
violations," the Long Island
Jewish World reported.
Remaining Sister of Murdered
Syrian Welcomed in Canada
TORONTO The sole
paining sister of Lillian Abadi,
f 24-year-old Jewish mother,
[Jo together with her two small
mldren were the victims of a
njtal murder in Syria last year
[rived in New York from Syria
fttn her family in April, the
forld Jewish Congress reports.
I Judy Feld Carr, who for eight
*" headed the National
wnimttee for Jews in Arab
"xw of the Canadian Jewish
fngress. disclosed that the
K.f.9i8t. Fortune Naftali;
Iccb drn' A?elt' 7> Grace 4'
K. and her husband,
enmo, were able to leave Syria
P" arrived in New York where
*mKTre, M** with other
embers of the family.
[According to Mrs. Carr, "an
unprecedented outpouring of
contributions by members of the
Toronto Jewish community in
response to the possibility that
the Naftali family might be
allowed to leave Syria, was a
major factor in bringing about
their release. The Naftali family
has expressed its deep
appreciation for such magnani-
mous gestures," she said.
Mrs. Lillian Abadi, the 24-
year-old pregnant Jewish mother,
and her two small children, Yosef
and Sandy, were stabbed to
death and mutilated in Aleppo on
December 28, 1983. The crime,
which sent shock waves through-
out the Syrian Jewish
community, was discovered by
the father, Chaim Victor Abadi,
when he returned home that day.
First Ballots Cast by Seamen
UlvT9EQL I^VIV ~ (JTA> TKe fi* baUtS f0r ttie
Irael Knesset elections were cast July 11 by
lecti' m'Jrcftant seamen at sea or who will be at sea on
r ion day. Seamen are the only Israelis allowed to
Wded t?* ballot8 which are c011*****1 aboard ship,
own k Israeli diplomatic representatives abroad and
be pL?me t0 be counted, no later than two days after
re elections.
sources.
In that report, Jupp said
Prince Sultan bin Fahd, son of
King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, had
received "program details" of a
university plan to establish an
Islamic studies program at
Stony Brook plans
contingent on "external
funding," according to a cover
memorandum from Robert
Neville, dean of humanities and
fine arts at the university, to
President Marburger to which
Mr. Jupp's report was attached.
JUPP'S memorandum said
there were "many" American
"corporations doing business in
the Moslem world'' that "would
be happy to contribute in terms
and multiples of $100,000 to,
say, $500,000" to such a
program. He specifically men-
f'med the Litton Corporation,
which he said had "a $4 billion
Saudi contract.
Jupp also wrote that Sheikh
Al Warbel, secretary general of
the King Faisal Foundation,
would receive a copy of the
proposal for the center, and that
the endowment committee of
A ram co the consortium of
U.S. oil companies operating in
Saudi Arabia "would like to
receive a presentation submitted
together with an official
verification that the program is
a valid part" of the university's
activities. "A submission is
being drafted for presentation,"
Jupp's memorandum said.
Among the documents
submitted to the Nassau
District Attorney's office was an
11-page outline of a program in
"Islamic religious thought and
culture" budgeted at
Continued on Page 3
Ghen Appointed South County
Chairman For CJF General Assembly
Marianne Bobick, president of
the South County Jewish Feder-
ation, announced the appoint-
ment of Dr. Mitchell Ghen as
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions General Assembly South
County Chairman. Mitchell
Ghen, originally from Phila-
delphia, is a physician in Delray
Beach. He has lived in South
County for the past three years
with his wife, Nancy and their
children.
Dr. Ghen has been active in
the Jewish community. He is on
the Boards of B'nai Tor ah and
the Boca Raton Synagogue. He
is also the Youth Commissioner
for B'nai Torah. This past year
Ghen was on the $1500-$3500
Men's Division committee and
the Woodfield Hunt Club com-
mittee. He is president of the
Upjohn Health Care Services
Advisory Board. Prior to
medical school he was physical
education supervisor for the
JCC in Philadelphia. He -was
karate champion of Philadelphia
in 1974.
Ghen is enthusiastic about
going to the General Assembly,
in Toronto, Canada, November
14 through 18. Over 3000 Jew-
ish leaders will gather to discuss
pertinent issues such as
Implications of U.S. Canadian
and Israel Elections; Looking to
the 1990's: Long Range Plan-
ning; Marriage and the Family;
Aging; Singles; Israel-Diaspora
Relations; plus much more.
"It is an opportunity for
every Jew dedicated to Jewish
survival to meet and mingle
with these top Jewish leaders. I
want to encourage all of you to
join me in Toronto for one of
the most intellectual and
rewarding experiences of your
lifetime, in one of the most
continental cities in North
America," Ghen said.
For more information contact
Helene Eichler, Assistant Exec-
utive Director, at the
Federation, 368-2737.
Dr. Mitchell Ghen
Sephordic celebration in Kfar Saba. Story on page 6


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County Friday, July 27. 1964
Jackson At Issue
Diatribe Strains Ties Further More
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA)
The Rev. Jesse
Jackson's latest verbal
diatribe denouncing the
American Jewish com-
munity's leadership may
lead to strains in the
traditional relationship
between the Democratic
Party and the American
Jewish community at the
party's national conven-
tion in San Francisco.
Hyman Bookbinder. the
Washington representative of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee, said in a telephone inter-
view that he fears Jackson's
suggestion that the Jewish com-
munity has sought to make him
a pariah" may be the begin-
ning of scapegoating the Jewish
community for his failure to be
selected as the party's Vice
Presidential candidate.
BOOKBINDER, who was in
San Francisco to provide
information on the Jewish com-
munity to reporters, indicated
that former Vice President
Walter Mondale. the party's
likely Presidential candidate,
and other Democratic Party-
leaders cannot "remain silent"
in view of Jackson's claims that
he has not been seriously
considered for the slot because
of '"threats to Mondale by a
significant number of Jewish
leaders." Jackson said this was
"very evident.'
Jackson's latest remarks were
contained in an interview with
The Los Angeles Times
published July 10. In it.
Jackson complained of "the
struggle by Jewish leaders to
make me a pariah and isolate
our support, and attempt to
isolate me from the masses."
M on dale's press secretary.
Max me Isaacs, was asked by
The New York Times whether
Mondale has been pressured by
Jewish leaders to keep Jackson
off the Democratic ticket. She
responded: "Reverend Jackson's
saying now that's not what he
meant. All I can do is refer you
back to Reverend Jackson and
ask him to clarify." Jackson
confirmed the content of his
Friends of Hebrew U.
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Mexico City will be the site
this Fall of a hemisphere-wide
conference of Societies of
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem.
The Mexican Friends of the
Hebrew University will host the
Fourth North-South American
Conference, which is scheduled
for Wednesday. Oct. 24 to Sun-
day. Oct. 28.
Conference events will include
a mixture of social and academic
programs, with leading scholars
from the University as well as
Mexican experts conducting
seminars in such subjects as the
history and archeology of Jeru-
salem and Mexico City: Israel
and the Jewish people in the
year 2000 and scientific develop-
ment in Israel
Social events during the four-
day Conference will include a
Mexican Fiesta, tours ot historic
sites and museums in and
around Mexico City, and home
hospitality with leaders of the
Mexican Jewish community.
Kenneth L. Stein, the national
chairman for the American
Friends for the Conference,
called it "an event that is not
only of utmost importance to
the Hebrew University, but one
that every participant will find
enlightening, entertaining and
unforgettable.
Those who have previously
experienced the warmth and
hospitality of the Mexican
Friends need no convincing;
those who haven't are in for one
of the most exhilarating experi-
ences of their lives."
For further information about
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remarks published in a tele-
phone interview with The New
York Times.
JACKSON, in The Los
Angeles Tunes interview, also
accused Mondale of placing
greater political importance on
Jewish voters, although, he
said. Blacks have been "the
most loyal" while Jews have
issued "a real threat."
Jackson was referring to sug-
gestions that the Jewish com-
munity may vote in large
numbers for President Reagan
should Mondale fail to take into
account the concerns of the
Jewish community.
Bookbinder said that
Jackson's comments indicate a
"resurgence of Jackson's chal-
lenge" to the Democratic Party
and its leadership. He described
the references to the Jewish
community leadership as "abso-
lutely horrendous." adding that
Jackson's continued public
attacks on American Jews
require that "we all take a look
at the Jackson phenomenon."
Henry Siegman. executive
director of the American Jewish
Congress, accused Jackson of
attempting to "polarize Amer-
icans and to set group against
group. We will not allow his
destructive and self-
aggrandizing politics to widen
the breach between the Jewish
community and Black com-
munity."
THE DEMOCRATIC Party
leadership has "made a tragic
mistake in their unprincipled
assumption that they can
exploit Jesse Jackson's appeal
at the polls while distancing
themselves from his divisive
policies." Siegman said. "It is a
partnership that can only lead
to disaster for the Democratic
Party. If they do not finally act
to repudiate Jesse Jackson, it is
a disaster they will have well
deserved."
In the Times interview. Jack-
son also accused Jewish leaders
being under a "very arrogant
and contemptuous assumption"
that the Democrats can "stick
another head on the body I've
organized.
Nathan Perlmutter. director
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, said of
Jackson's remarks, "Jews speak
up for their dignity against his
anti-Semitic statements, and
that becomes 'arrogant' and
contemptuous'."
RABBI Alexander Schindler.
president of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations,
said Jackson's remarks only
confirm "the anxiety and
dismay" that Jews have felt
"about his politics of polariza-
tion. By seeking confrontation
with the Jewish community, he
demeans the political process
and wounds the Democratic
Party."
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Friday, July 27, 1984 The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
jckson Regrets Remarks;
(epIores'Siamitlc'Tle
WASHINGTON
The Rev. Jesse Jackson said
-inday that he regretted
tnarks he may have made that
fcenated the Jewish community
nd felt there is a need for "a
.Limit meeting" between
[acks and Jews very soon.
Jackson spoke in reply to a
uestion on the NBC-TV "Meet
Press" program broadcast
om San Francisco where he
one of the principal
akers at the Democratic
lational Convention Tuesday
*ht.
I Asked if he regretted not
aving disavowed Black Muslim
jader Louis Farrakhan who
lurred the Jewish religion and
Jled Israel an "outlaw" state
st month, Jackson replied,
jyiy greatest regret is that
here are those who try to
npose upon a brotherhood rela-
onship a 'Siamitic twin' rela-
onship."
| Jackson said on "Meet the
ss" that "None of us
. bear the burden of each
[hers responsibilities, and I
Imply reserve the right to re-
fesent my point of view. None
us should be locked and
jjund as I have been by other
oples' points of view."
ban Sentenced In
jhattanooga Bombing
IcHATTANOOGA, Tenn.
Iseph Paul Franklin, a con-
Jted murderer, was found
lilty here last week of
Imbing a Chattanooga syna-
Igue in 1977, after telling the
ry he had bombed the syna-
Igue because it was the "syna-
ue of Satan."
IHe was sentenced to a term of
I to 21 years in prison for the
Imbing and a consecutive term
I six to 10 years for possession
I explosives.
.-he 34-year-old drifter is al-
pdy serving life sentences for
plating the civil rights of two
tack men who were fatally shot
kile jogging with two white
knen in Utah. Franklin also
tea trials for racially moti-
l"1 crimes in other states.
lO.L Soared By
1 Percent in June
(TEL AVIV The coat-of-
fing index soared by 13.3 per-
t in June, the highest in-
ease ever recorded for that
onth which in the past baa
"w a month of low to modest
w in the price index.
[The figures, released by the
tntral Bureau of Statistics,
to a severe blow to the Fi-
nce Ministry and the Likud
Ivernment in general just days
Vpre election day. Likud had
fisted the Labor Alignment's
"lands for spring elections in
hope that a low rate of
I I ,m June would he!p it
[tnepoUs in midsummer.
rjed'ctably, Finance Ministry
OKesmen blamed the June rise
. Mwtadnit, charging that the
pae umon federation was re-
onsibte for inflation because it
rned down a government wage
age deal.
[anish Jews Aim
"State Concordat
JEW YORK The head of
a>ns Jewish community dia-
led here that final details are
concluded on an historic
ement, a "concordat" be-
P* the government of Spain
T? the Jewish community,
",n>ng and protecting the civil
* religious status of the
n community in Spain.
Pjayal Toledano, aecretary-
5 nf the Federation of
,8n Communities of Spain,
representative body of
rush Jewry, made this dis-
aer of 30 national Jewish
organizations. The meeting was
called by the WJCongress-
American Section and was
chaired by Frieda Lewis, presi-
dent of Hadassah.
Toledano said that the
Spanish Jewish community,
numbering some 12,000 persons,
is striving to preserve Jewish
life with "dignity and pride" in
a country where Jewish life has
been absent for five centuries.
U.S. May Boycott
UN's Women's Confab
PARIS The 1986 World
Conference on Women, a United
Nations-sponsored gathering to
be held in Nairobi, Kenya, risks
a boycott by the United States
if there is any repetition of the
politicization, characterized by
attacks on Israel and Zionism,
that marred the two previous
international conferences in
Mexico City in 1975 and Copen-
hagen in 1980.
That warning was given here
by Jean Gerard, U.S. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization
(UNESCO), who addressed an
international conference on
Jewish women here last week.
The conference was sponsored
by the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith and B'nai B nth
Women.
Gerard said the U.S. has
worked so far in preparatory
meetings for the Nairobi confer-
ence to "keep the agenda free of
contentious political items." The
Nairobi conference will be the
culmination of the United
Nations Decade of Women
1975-1985.
No Plan for Shultz
To Visit Mideast
WASHINGTON There are
"no plans at this point" for
Secretary of State George
Shultz to visit the Middle East
to try to reactivate the peace
process there, State Department
deputy spokesman Alan Rom-
berg said.
Romberg also denied a report
in the widely circulated Parade
Magazine of a secret defense
treaty between the U.S. and
Israel that would have both
countries fighting together
under "certain circumstances."
Parade Magazine said, "Report-
edly the pact calls for Israel to
act as an aircraft carrier of sorts
in the Middle East should the
U.S. require a forward base for
its troops."
Did SUNY Lie
Continued from Page 1
$11,125,000 "to promote the
growth of understanding and
contacts between our two
cultures." This apparently was
the "submission" referred to in
Jupp's memorandum.
UNIVERSITY officials said
the draft proposal was never
sent to any of those contacted
by Jupp and the matter is
dormant, the Long Island
Jewish World reported. But in a
memo to Professor Joel
Rosenthal, president of the
faculty senate council, Provost
Homer Neal called the
establishment of an Islamic
studies center "an important
element of the university's
academic program."
Among the "several available
Islamic funding sources" listed
in Mr. Jupp's memorandum to
the director of the center for
religious studies at Stony Brook
were the Saudi Arabian
Embassy, the Aga Khan
Foundation and "the Shias,
although Jupp observed in his
memorandum that "there are
problems in researching an
appropriate liaison with his now
divided sect."
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of South County Friday, July 27, 1964
On This and That
By RABBI
BRUCE S. WARSHAL
Executive Director
South County Jewish
Federation
I was nine years old when the
Second World War ended. To
this day I carry within me the
fear that I had as a child
knowing that if Hitler won the
war I would be gassed to death.
This childhood knowledge that
life was quite perilous for Jews
and that I as a Jew would be
treated differently than others
has never left me. No matter
how secure I become, no matter
how much I prosper. I will
always carry as part of me the
insecurity of a child traumatized
by the Nazis.
I lived safe and secure in the
United States. How much more
do people who have actually
experienced the Holocaust first-
hand carry within them the
scars, the fears, and the trauma
of their experiences. After the
Yom Hashoa observance a few
months ago a local news
reporter interviewed Marianne
Bobick and Frieda Jaffe
concerning their experiences.
The truth that one never forgets
was brought home vividly to me
Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal
as I sat-in with that interview.
Marianne escaped to the
United States from Vienna.
Austria with her parents before
the Nazis has had a chance to
put them in a death camp. The
trauma was so great to her that
I had never realized that she
Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The announcement that
Egypt intends to abrogate the
Camp David Accord, shortly
after Gemayel terminated his
pact with Israel, confirms my
belief that the Arab world is
determined not to rest until Is-
rael is destroyed.
When will the world learn
that the Arabs are not to be
trusted? Israel, victorious in five
wars, at a terrific cost in dollars
and loss of its youth, is no
better off than she was in 1967.
Israel gave up the Sinai, oil
fields, air bases and important
ridges with the hope of
obtaining peace. Mubarak, now
that he has what he wanted,
politely tells Israel that he
cannot respect the Camp David
Accord.
This is infamy treachery
and yet our government is doing
very little to influence Mubarak.
Secretary of State Shultz,
Weinberger, Habib, all former
officials of Bechtel. refuse to
lena a hand. Why? Bechtel
Corp. which has $23 billion in
construction contracts with the
Arab world dees not want our
government to do anything that
will jeopardize the said
contracts.
Israel should not have heeded
the cease fire orders of the U.S.
in Lebanon. She could easily
have driven the FLO and Syria
out of Lebanon and helped her
become the democracy she once
was. Some day the media will
reveal the murder, rapes and
ruination that the PLO and
Syria inflicted upon Lebanon.
Israel was the only country that
aided Lebanon. She opened her
borders to Lebanon while sh
was held hostage in her own
country from 1976-82. She
furnished food, clothing, medical
help and employment. As the
Israeli army advanced towards
Beirut the Lebanese people
cheered the Israeli soldiers.
Why hasn't our government
recognized these wonderful
deeds? Why has our media
failed to give any credit to Isra-
el? All the concessions plus
these good deeds have gotten
Israel nowhere. Israel does not
want war. She can't afford war.
She can't continue to lose her
youths in war because of her
limited population.
Israel has listened to the U.S.
and obeyed all cease fire
requests. It is time she
answered back. She has resolved
not to listen to anymore cease
fires. She does not intend to
give back one inch of territory
won in war. She will never
consent to a Palestinian state on
the West Bank. Jerusalem must
be recognized as the capital of
Israel and the U.S. Embassy
must be moved there.
Israel is our only ally in the
Middle East. She is the only
democracy in an area which has
been ruled by kings and
dictators. The U.S. must truly
use its influence to see that Is-
rael is recognized by the Arab
world, that she has peace and
secure borders. She is the area's
hope to prevent Russia from
gaining control of the Persian
Gulf. We must continue to arm
her and give her the financial
help that she needs. A strong
Israel is the hope of world
Jewry. For if she falls how safe
are any of us? Never again
another Holocaust. We now
have a land of our own, free
from prejudice where every
persecuted Jew can be sure of
admittance. Am Yisroel Chai
(Israel lives).
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Number 25
refused to speak of these expe-
riences even to her husband
until a year and a half ago, after
she assumed the presidency of
the Federation. Working on
behalf of Judaism and inter-
acting with other Jews, some
with comparable backgrounds to
her own. brought this private
tale out from within her. She is
now a living witness to the
reality of Jewish existence.
There is no leap of empathy
of which mankind is capable
that can ever put someone like
myself into either Marianne's or
Frieda's experience. We cannot
pretend that we understand or
that we feel or that we could
ever experience with them their
pain and suffering. And yet that
is what Judaism requires of us.
At the Pesach Seder we are
asked to transpose ourselves not
only into another person's expe-
rience during our lifetimes, but
over a period of 3,000 years to
experience the Exodus to
experience the fact that we were
once slaves. This is an impos-
sible task, to be sure. Yet to try
to make this leap of empathy is
a religious obligation. This same
empathic exercise is as
important today as relates to
our Holocaust experience as it
has been through the centuries
relating to the Exodus. Possibly
more important.
I do not mean to say that
Judaism should focus on the
Holocaust to the exclusion of
the affirmative values and the
joy of living that Judaism has
to offer. I do mean to say that
the existential reality is the
Holocaust as the reflection of
human nature and of life and
that we as Jews are a living
testimony to a potential of the
human spirit that we would like
to deny. This knowledge makes
us sadder, but it also makes us
wiser.
The object is not to become
mired in pessimism but to build
upon our understanding of the
Holocaust to arrive at a more
mature optimism. The philo-
sopher Emil Fackenheim used
the term "enigmatic optimism."
A living example of the
ability to arrive at this
enigmatic optimism is Frieda
Jaffe. She is a vibrant person
who exudes happiness and faith
in the future of mankind as well
as Jews. But she has not
forgotten her Holocaust back-
ground. In fact she speaks
about it often to school and
Gentile groups.
I pass along the following
history that Frieda has written
concerning her background. It is
a story that should be publicly
recorded and never forgotten by
Jews, or for that matter by
mankind.
I was two years old when
Hitler's henchmen took over my
home town in Poland and put
all Jewish men, women and
children into a ghetto created
within the city. Eighty-six
members of my family were
taken away to be exterminated,
among them my mother, my
baby brother, my grandparents,
aunts, uncles, cousins, and other
relatives. My family had been
Polish for many generations. No
matter to the Nazis we were
only Jews and all Jews must
be destroyed, they said. Can
any of you imagine what it is
like to watch your father be
hanged? He was hanged in a
public square and everyone was
forced to watch as a lesson to
all that those who disobey the
Nazis would die in the same
way. My father was a chemist
who had patented a new leather
tanning process he could take
cheap and useless animal hides
and turn them into a very high
quality leather to use for boots
and other necessary articles
much needed by the Nazi war
machine. However, when my
father's factory was taken over
by the Nazis, my fatheT refused
to work for them and would not
turn over his formulas. He was
ordered to come to work. He
refused. They came for him. The
next day we were all forced to
go outside to the town square.
On the ground were special
rocks with sharp points. The
gallows were nearby. My father
was forced down on his knees
and made to walk on his knees
over these pointed rocks. Blood
was running from his knees and
legs and was leaving streaks
everywhere. He collapsed, but
he was not dead enough. So he
was hanged. My mother tried to
cover my eyes, but a Nazi
knocked her hand away. He said
I needed to learn a lesson. I was
four years old.
Some time later I saw my
mother with my little brother on
her arm called out of an
assembled crowd, and taken
away to waiting cattle train cars
and sent off to the extermina-
tion camp called Treblinka. I
tried to run after them, to join
them, as any child would, but
someone pulled me back and hid
me behind them and I was
overlooked. And I continued to
be overlooked time and time
again.
Hitler and his followers are
responsible for the murderous
destruction of six million Jewish
lives, among them l'/ million
children slaughtered mercilessly.
The Nazis were very scientific
about breaking up families and
separating children from
parents. The pain and anguish
of parents whose children were
taken away was so over-
whelming, that it broke the
parents of all will to live, and
made them accept their own
death very easily. This state-
ment was read during the
Eichmann trial:
"We can not say who suffered
the more terrible fate those
children who died or those who
concealed themselves in every
conceivable hiding place who
lived in perpetual terror of
expulsion, who survived by the
grace of Christian neighbors
who agreed to hide them.
Children would come home to
find their homes empty their
parents having been sent to
their deaths and their homes
occupied by others. There is also
evidence of babies, pressed by
their mothers to their bodies in
the gas chambers so that they
were not immediately poisoned
until the executioners came and
threw them alive into the
furnaces."
By the time I was five years
old I was completely alone. The
Nazis had managed to separate
me from the last two remaining
members of my family an
aunt and an uncle. I continued
to roam and hide like a sewer
rat in the Piotrkow ghetto
scrounging for food in
garbage bins I could fi
somehow managed to
overlooked by the Nazis
the selections for deportatio^
concentration camps. Fir
the decision was mark*
liquidate the Piotrkow ghetto ^
was first sent with the f
remaining Piotrkow women
Ravensbruck camp in Ge
and a few weeks later1
ended up in Berpen-Beli
ranked with the worst of
German death camps.
I was one of 5,000 Je
children who still remained l_
throughout Europe during fj
last few months of the war, t,
this last final transport of 5,0
children were gathered and n
to the extermination camp
Bergen-Belsen. Five moo
later, April 15, 1945. when
camp was liberated by
British, of the 5,000 chi
who arrived at Bergen-I
only 15 of us were still alrvt]
was seven years old.
Bergen-Belsen was not a lab
camp, it was not a politic
camp it was strictly
extermination camp. We
not given tatooed numbers
our arms. We were not supp
to be around long enough
anyone to need an accounting (
us. Because of prisoner sab
and lack of material needed
repairs, the crematoria
Bergen-Belsen had been sh
down upon our arrival. Now |
would only die from starvatirj
beatings and disease. Oh,
we could still be shot and left t
rot in the open. Each mornin
the dead were pulled out
piled into a heap. Corpses
now burned in open pits. I
still see the flames and the I
lit sky, and still taste the sn
which choked my throat.
The stench of burning flesh i
something that can not
described nor ever forgotU
Can you imagine how
years passed after the
before I could force myelf to i
meat that was charcoal broiled1!
In Bergen-Belsen
everyone was ill with typhu
fever and other diseases,
accommodations were inhv
We were put in wooden barrad
that were long and nar
There was neither floor nor i
Certainly there were no beds, i
lay on the ground. It
winter, and the rain and sn
and ice filled the barracks.
only had a blouse and sk
nothing else to wear. Many i
from the cold. Those
became ill were taken out
and shot. To speed up
death, we hardly had anyth
to eat. Once a day, we
given a bowl of wild beets
unclean water along with
Continued on Page 9
An Open Letter
To our volunteers, Mazal Tov!
I would like to take this opportunity to say Mazal Tov and
thank you for making this year's 1984 UJA- Federation
Campaign a smashing success! The overall campaign has hit
3.5 million dollars with an additional $600,000 raised for Kfar
Saba, our Project Renewal Sister City. Without your
dedication, and over 1400 other volunteers' hard work, time
and money, we could not have achieved these marveloua
goals.
Exciting things are happening in our community during the
summer months. The James and Marjorie Baer Campus on
Spanish River Blvd. is now being renovated. The Junior
Olympic size swimming pool should be completed within the
next few weeks. Additional recreational facilities will be
completed soon thereafter. Camp Maccabee has been
successful throughout the summer with well over 100 children
participating in each session. The Federation itself is now
moving its offices to the new campus. Formal dedication of
the campus will be on September 23. These and many more
happenings are now taking place on a year round basis in our
beautiful South County. Simply put, without your efforts in
the annual campaign, these and all our other services could
not meet the needs of^our rapidly expanding Jewih
community.
Have a wonderful summer and I look forward to seeing you
soon.
Once again Mazal Tov!
Sincerely yours,
Marianne Bobick Gladys Wehwhtnk
President General Campaign Chairperson


Friday, July 27, 1984 The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
'NOAH'
A Hit At
Kosher Konnection
The Kosher Konnection:
Many Things To Many People
"The program has given me a
reason to get up in the morning,
to put on a clean blouse, and
participate with these wonderful
friends I have acquired."
"I feel much less depressed
since 1 started here."
"You have no idea how good
we feel after a tasty meal,
pleasant entertainment, and nice
treatment."
These comments were made
by participants at the Kosher
Konnection, the kosher meals
program of South County. For
the past year and a half, hot
meals have been served daily, to
seniors at Congregation Anshei
Emuna of Delray Beach. People
over 60 years old who have a
social or economic need are
eligible. Participants make vol-
untary donations to the
program each day.
Some 50 to 75 people arrive
each weekday morning, to meet
and greet other seniors in the
program. The morning's
activities include games, oil
painting, exercise, knitting
lessons, musical entertainment,
and guest speakers, as well as a
hot meal.
Volunteers distribute the
tinfoil boxes, each marked
"Kosher," lifting the cover
reveals a fragrant steaming hot
chicken portion, a large sweet
potato and a mound of chopped
broccoli. Fresh bread, canned
peaches, individual cans of apple
juice, and coffee or tea served
y volunteers complete this
day s menu.
In addition to the meals served
at Anshei Emuna under the able
direction of Marion Tobins, site
onager, about 30 meals are
Jel'vered daily to the
homebound. These are people
*hose physical infirmities
Prevent them from shopping
and cooking for themselves.
Wore the advent of the Kosher
Konnection, many of these frail
CSS deP?nded on the help of
labors but often hesitating
with anyone," they went
I w'thout proper food.
.Jewish Family and Children's
P*jv,ce of South County acts as
keX0"1 t0 the Ko8nr Kon-
Srl;Anyone wi8hin f"rther
lmmation or wishing to make
Time
Change
SpUema?,e2Si->will
s.mj v at 2 P-m. on
"^n as formerly stated.
a contribution should contact
Jewish Family Service at: 395-
3640.
CampMaccabee
The first session of Camp
Maccabee of the Adolph and
Hose Levis Jewish Community
Center came to a rousing finish
last Friday with the special
presentation of "Noah," which
was performed by all of the
children at the camp. Directed
by Elissa Grynspan, the
campers aged 3 through 11
created wonderful costumes and
set designs, and were just
marvelous in their adaptation of
the story of Noah and his Ark.
The camp now enters its
second session which is to
include more field trips, stage
productions, a talent show, a
carnival, and much, much more.
The first session of camp
included outings to the Metro
Zoo, the Morikami Park,
skating, bowling, and Sarah
Landa, Camp Director, has more
planned for this session.
Campers Tara Simon (left) and Rachel Kroft (right) are all smiles as
Camp Maccabee enters its second session.
^^^^
Dutch Court 'Nixes Complaints
By HENRIETTE BOAS
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
The Netherlands Supreme Court
has dismissed complaints
against three of four Dutch
firms for allegedly cooperating
with Saudi Arabia in barring
Jewish employees from working
in that country. The complaint
against the fourth firm was
referred back to a lower court on
a technicality.
The complaints were initiated
by the Center for Information
and Documentation on Israel
(CIDI) which said it was satis-
fied with the decision. This was
apparently because the high
court affirmed that the Dutch
Penal Code holds racial dis-
crimination to be a punishable
offense, and discrimination on
religious grounds comes under
the same heading.
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of South County Friday. July 27. 1964
Yoseftal and Kaplan
Celebrate Together
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By ANDREW POLIN
Memunah a festival
Sephardk Jews celebrate after
Passover shows the commu-
nity spirit that exists in Yosef-
tal and Kaplan, two Project
Renewal neighborhoods in Kfar
Saba\
Hundreds turned out for this
day-long celebration of dancing,
singing and eating. The chidren
play. Their parents share their
happiness with their neighbors.
Memunah is for the young
and for the old. Everyone comes
and everyone is invited.
And that means anyone from
the South County Jewish Fed-
era t ion which supports Kfar
Saba's Project Renewal program
is invited if they are in the
neighborhood.
It is one heck of a celebration.
Photos by Andrtu Polin
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!
For Kosher Konnection-Meals Program
.Individual Needed to Help with Programming and
to Coordinate Volunteers
...Drivers to Deliver Meals to Homebound Seniors
Willing to Drive One Morning Per Month
CAN YOU HELP????
Contact: Dens Feldman, L.C.S.W.
395-3640


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Mission Update
October Regional Mission Oct. 21-31
James Baer, Missions Chair-
man. South County Jewish
Federation. is pleased to
announce the following appoint-
ments as area chairmen for the
October Regional Mission to
Israel.
Benjamin Bus sin. Chairman
of Family Division. ..will
Scheinfeld Appointed Membership
Director of The
Adolph & Rose Levis JCC
Robert Byrnes. Chairman of
the Board of the Adolph and
Rose Levis Jewish Community
Center, announces the appoint-
ment of Les Scheinfeld to the
new position of Membership
Director.
Born and raised in Jericho.-
Long Island. N.Y., and a
graduate of the University of
Vermont. Scheinfeld has had
many years of organizational
and professional work
experience.
Many may know Scheinfeld
from his past associations with
USY. and Hillel at FAU. He is
a current resident of Boca Raton
and is married with one child.
Carlee. Les has extensive
advertising and marketing expe-
rience having worked for the
Sun Sentinel, the Monday Paper
and currently as Media Director
for Dee Davidson Associates,
his wife's Advertising and
public Relations firm.
"Les will be organizing and
implementing the Center's
Membership Campaign. Please
feel free to stop by the Center or
give Les a call at 395-5546 for
Membership information." said
Byrnes.
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reviews, travelogue, etc. to the Kosher Konnection Koghe
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interest by Delaire residents has
been outstanding.
Robert Watkin and Sheldon
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to sharing the missions expe-
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friends.
As additional appointments
are revealed, announcements
will be forthcoming. For more
information contact your area
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email piece of bread' This was
hardly enough to keep us alive.
The last three weeks before
the liberation we were not even
riven the small piece of bread
ve so desperately needed. We
Ifound out why much later. Real-
.zing that their end was so near
and afraid for their own lives,
the Nazis had poisoned all the
bread left in the camp for
distribution. However, at the
ast minute in their rush to
escape before the British troops
arrived, the Germans forgot to
distribute this poisoned bread,
and consequently, some of us
vere able to survive. Mostly
adults, of course.
Even then, it took the British
troops eight days to liberate the
up. Typhus had become an
epidemic and the British had to
ontrol this devastating plague
efore their soldiers were
illowed to enter the camp. Also,
their medical teams carefully
iipervised the type and amount
of food given to us. It was a
mg and painful refeeding
process. Some people died from
Dvereating. We children had to
taught to eat again, to live
again, to believe again.
Friday, July 27, 1984 The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 9
Officers and dignitaries Delray's Temple Anshei Shalom
installation. Front, from left, Alex Iseman, Vice President,
Ways and Means, and Men's Club First Vice President; Max
Zimring, Vice President, Membership, and Men's Club Second
Vice President; Morris Kagle, Men's Club Secretary; Joan
Samuels, Sisterhood President; Ben Simon, Executive Vice
President, and Building Construction Chairman; Ben Beck,
Vice President, Religion; Mono Graff, Corresponding
Secretary; Zigmund Zupnik, Founder of $1,000 Founders
Group; Jonas Yarmak, Gabbai who offered benediction. (Back
Row) Joe S. Schenk, Installation Officer; Renate Eckstein,
Sisterhood Founding President; Jack M. Levine, Installing
Chairman and plaque recipient; Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Julius
Schwartz, Master of Ceremonies, and Max Kurtzer, Temple
Financial Secretary.

SOUTH"
COUNTY -i*i
JEWISH I SOCA RATON
FEDERATION I QELRAV BEACH
I HIGHLAND BEACH
FLORIDA
PACK YOUR BAGS FOR THE
MOST INCREDIBLE EXPERIENCE
OF YOUR LIFE
OCTOBER 21 -OCTOBER 31,1984
Israel is a land of many voices. It is a place filled with the
sounds of prayer, song and joy, a place where 100 tongues
have become one. Our Florida Regional Mission will bring
these voices to life. When you go to Israel as part of the
South County Jewish Federation's Florida Regional Mission,
you'll explore places and meet people most tourists never see.
You'll go beyond statistics, speeches and headlines to see,
touch and be touched in a way that will broaden your perspec-
tive on Israel and deepen your commitment to her people.
ISRAEL ITINERARY
MOHLMHTS *
Gala welcoming presentation
Confidential briefings by top
Israeli government officials
Home hospitality on a kibbutz
Kabbalat Shabbat at The Wall
Explore Jerusalem's Old City
and ancient bazaar
Discover the excitement of
Tel Aviv
Inspiring visit to Kfar Saba,
Project Renewal Sister City
An in-depth look at UJA funded
programs
OCTOBER 16- OCTOBER 21,1
You'll have the opportunity to
visit Prague. Czechoslovakia as
part of a unique 5-day pre-
mission, just prior to the Israel
segment of the Florida Regional
Mission. Today's Jewish
residents of Prague win share a
Shabbat Dinner with you. You
will also meet various Jewish
dignitaries of Prague. Here, you
will have the chance to explore
this extraordinary country's
Jewish history. Highlights wiH in-
clude visits to the Jewish
Museum, a 12th Century Jewish
Cemetery which houses artwork
from the children of There-
sienstadt, as wen as visiting the
Theresienstadt Ghetto You win
also celebrate Simchat Torah at
the 700 year old Atoneu and
Jubilee Synagogues, in addition
to, taking a sightseeing tour.
There wi also be ample leisure
time to explore Prague its
ancient Jewish sites and delicious
restaurants and to experience
Prague's spectacular nightlife.
Your visit to Prague,
Czechoslovakia is available for
an additional $750 per person,
all inclusive.
Federation will also assist
you in making arrangements
for extensions in Israel
and/or stopovers in Europe
on your way home.
SPECIAL REDUCED RATES
Th|s unprecedented travel opportunity is available
for the unbelievable low price of $1000 per
Person because the leadership of the South
County Jewish Federation believes that the best
way to build a committed Jew is to visit Israel and
see firsthand the trernendous needs that must be
fulfilled through our partnership. Therefore, the
Federation is subsidizing a portion of the cost of
the Florida Regional Mission for first-timers who
have not traveled to Israel on a Federation
subsidized mission. (If you are not eligible for the
subsidy, the cost wi be $2,000 per person.)
Participation in this once-in-a-tifetime travel
experience requires a minimum gift of $1500 per
Participant to the 1965 South County Jewish
Federation/United Jewish Appeal Campaign.
YOU'RE INVITED
Please accept this invitation to join your friends
and neighbors at one of these special mission
receptions to be held at the James & Manohe
Baer Jewish Community Campus, 336 Spanish
River Brvd.. N.W. in Boca Raton:
Qp Thucedey evening, August 2, 7:30 P.M.
po Wednesday evening, Auguat 16,7:30
VP.M.
Meet your fellow missionaires. Ask questions.
And we'll fi you in on the incredible details.
Yea!
I (We) would like to learn more about the South County Jewish Federation
Florida Regional Mission to Israel.
I (We) would like to attend a Mission Reception:
ro On Thursday evening. August 2 at the James & Marjone Baer Jewish
v Community Campus
rn On Wednesday evening, August 15 at the James & Marjorie Baer Jewish
v^ Community Campus
Nam*
Address
Telephone
Pleas* detach and return to: South County Jewish Federation, 336 N.W.
Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton, Fl. 33431, or call Harvey Grossman,
Campaign Qirector, at 368-2737.


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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of South County Friday, July 27, 1984
Organizations In The News
HADASSAH
Hadsah Ben Gurion Chap-
ter represents a very special
eight day cruise on Nov. 24 to
four exciting ports, the cost
*649-*689. Deposit of $100 per
person required by Aug. 5 to
assure good accommodations.
For details call Dorothy Albert
499-5173 or Bee Keller 499-4874
OUT
Women's American ORT Del-
ray are sponsoring a one day
cruise with an early dinner at
Tango's, 1500 Federal Hwy. on
Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 2 p.m.
For information and reserva-
tions please call Jerry Shear
499-5936 or Mildred Spooner
498-0660.
Women's American ORT
Boca Century Chapter will
sponsor "A Day at the Races"
on Wednesday, Aug. 1. Buses
will pick up participants at the
clubhouse at 10:30 a.m. and
leave directly for Calder Race-
track. Transportation, admission
to the track and lunch are ail
included at $19 per person. For
further information and reserva-
tions please call Florence at 487-
3920 or Estelle at 482-2108.
Also, the next meeting of thei
Boca Century Chapter will be
held on Wednesday, Aug. 8 at'
the Administration Building at
Century Village West. An inter-
esting program is planned.
Boutique and refreshments will
begin at 1 p.m. and the meeting
at 2 p.m.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth Sisterhood is
sponsoring a one day bus trip to
the Galleria with lunch at Pum-
pemick Restaurant. For res-
ervations please call Marian
Levey 499-9285 or Ceil Gold-
mintz 499-0052.
Temple Emeth is proud to an-
nounce an evening of entertain-
ment and culture by Martin and
Steven Vann on Sunday, Aug.
19 at 8 p.m. at the Temple, 5780
W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach.
This program is free to every-
one.
TEMPLE SINAI
Temple Sinai Sisterhood is
having a Lunch and Card Party
on Thursday, Aug. 2 at 12 noon
at Lake Worth and Jog Road,
Lake Worth. For tickets please
call Fran Marks 499-9883 or
Shirley Feingold, 499-2630.
'Silent no more
Community Calendar
Augusts
Women's American ORT Boca Century Village meeting 1 p.m.
August 27
Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood meeting 10 a.m.
August 28
Shalom South County 5:30 p.m.

Religious Directory
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Fddman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at
9:30 ajn. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
Evening services Monday through Thursday 5:15 p.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEIEMUNA
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 5 p.m.
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class
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, Fla. 33432. Reform
Phone-391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant Rabbi
Gregory S. Marx, Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve
Services at 8 p.m. Family Shabbath Service at 8 p.m. 2nd
r nday 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 5:15 p.m., Sunday
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Reuben Saltzman, President, Joseph M
Pollack, Cantor. Phone 483-5557.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Fla. 33445.
Conservative. Phone: 498-3536. Naftaly A. Linkovaky,
Cantor. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8:45
a.m.. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
2475 W. Atlantic Ave., (between Congress Ave. and Barwich
Road), Delray Beach, Fla. 33445. Reform. Sabbath eve
services, Friday at 8:16 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.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Reformed Services at Center for Group Counseling, 22445
Boca Rio Road, Boca Raton. Florida 33433. 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.
Soviet Jewry updai
ALEKSANDR YAKIR's trial i
for "draft evasion" is expected
to start in several weeks. The
charge has been used many
times against young Soviet
Jews to block a family's re-
peated attempts at repatriation
to Israel. Like other people now
being hounded for evading the
draft, Yakir has been a refuse-
nik since January 1974, when he
was a child. If drafted as a
young adult, his years of service
could be followed by an addi-
tional five-year waiting period,
probably for "state security"
reasons. This would further
delay the family's hoped for
departure, forcing the Yakirs to
live a total of nearly 18 years as
refuseniks.
Despite LEV SHEFER's sen-
tencing over two years ago to
five years in prison for "anti-
Soviet agitation and propa-
ganda," the case of the 53-year-
old resident of the Siberian city
of Sverdlovsk has recently sur-
faced. Trying over 10 years to
leave for Israel, Shefer had
earlier served a three-year term
for writing "anti-Soviet" poems
and reading "forbidden" litera-
ture. Prior to his arrest, his
home was searched and Hebrew
language texts, together with
books on Jewish culture and
Israel, were taken. A medical
equipment technician by profes-
sion. Lev is unmarried.
Reacting to Western reports
of anti-Semitism in the USSR,
the Soviet news agency TASS
wrote in May that anti-Semit-
ism is "raging" throughout the
U.S. In an Orwellian reversal,
TASS reported that Jews, to-
gether with "negroes and
Indians," face discrimination in
"economic, cultural and educa-
tional" spheres. Trying to con-
vince readers that all is well at
home, the article projected
Soviet problems, documented in
the West, onto American society
by alleging that "the percentage
of Jewish students in higher
education and professional col-
leges is dropping sharply." In
fact, the percentage of Jewish
students in Soviet institutions
has been decreasing.
A month earner, the NCSJ
waa accused of anti-Soviet
"provocations" in the ongoing
campaign against Jews trying
to be repatriated to Israel or
leam their heritage. Printed in
the mass circulation daily Rabo-
chaya Gazeta (Workers'
Gazette), the piece attacked
Odessa refuseniks YAKOV
MESH and MARK
NEPOMNIASHCHY for "in-
doctrinating" others "under the
guise of studying Hebrew and
Judaism."
Accompanying President Fran-
cois Mitterrand to Moscow,
French Foreign Minister Claude
Cheysson raised the issue of
Soviet Jewry with his counter-
part Andrei Gromyko, who is
now believed to be the most
powerful man in the Kremlin,
after Soviet leader K on s tan tin
Chernenko. Cheysson discussed
the cases of five individuals and
managed to meet with a long-
time refusenik, who told him
that "in recent months, the sit-
uation has worsened." Also
travelling with Mitterrand was
Theo Klein, president of the
Representative Council of Major
French Jewish Organizations
the first Jewish leader to ac-
company a head of state on ar
official Soviet visit.
ZAKHAR ZUNSHAINs trial
began in Riga on June 28 and
was scheduled to last four days.
His wife TATYANA is serving
as his lawyer. Charged in March
with "defaming the Soviet
state," he faces up to three
years in a labor camp.
. Placed in solitary confine-
ment, POC IOSIF BEGUN was
told he would remain there six
months for "violating" the
camp's disciplinary code and not
"completing" his work quota.
The Reagan Administration
deplored the "decrease in Jewish
emigration" from the Soviet
Union and the concurrent
"increase in the level of official
anti-Semitic propaganda" in its
16th semi-annual report on the
implementation of the Helsinki
Final Act. Also discussed *!!
Soviet persecution of "n\iaZ\
believers ...and (of) hu^
rights activists AnH!"
Sakharov, Yuri Orlov J2'
ANATOLY SHCHARANSKY''-
Covering the period f-1
December 1, 1983 to March 31
1984, the report was submitted
by the State Department tn
Rep. Dante Fascell (D., Fla!) |
Chairman of the Commission on
Security and Cooperation jJ
Europe.
This is provided as a commu-
nity service by the Community I
Relations Council of the SoutH
County Jewish Federation.
'Dedicated to Serving our Jewish Community"
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