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T[^^ The Jewish ^^ ?
FloridiaN
of South County
flume 7 Number 20
Inside
tshkenazic Infer-
tility, p.3
Sharon Bloody, un-
jowed, p.4
Campaign: Israeli
lission and Young
Vdult Event, p.5
.evis JCC Happen-
ings, p.8
Synagogue News
ind Directory, p. 10
Hubs: Who, What,
/hen, Where, p.11
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Highland beach, Florida Friday, May 17,1985
FrmdShocmt Price 36 Cents
Aliyah Council Hosts Israeli Singer
Yaacov Sassi
The Israel Aliyah Council of
South County will host Yaacov
Sassi, Israeli singer, at an
Israeli-style coffee and cake get-
together Tuesday, May 21 at
7:30 p.m. at the Adolph and
Rose Levis Jewish Community
Center, 336 N.W. Spanish River
Blvd., Boca Raton.
The general public is invited
to attend this second meeting of
the local Aliyah Council and to
hear Sassi as well as to speak to
Uri Cohen, the shaliach
(emissary) for Aliyah for the
South County Jewish com-
munity.
Marianne Bobick, President of
the South County Jewish
Federation, said, "This dynamic
group is the fastest growing
organization of its kind in South
Florida. The Israel Aliyah
Council is devoted to the highest
of all Jewish Mitzvot Aliyah.
This does not necessarily mean
that all members need be
thinking 'return to the land,' but
rather encouraging those who
are thinking about it and
supporting those already living
in Israel. That is our most noble
goal and responsibility."
Notice
This is the last weekly issue.
The Floridian goes on a summer bi-weekly
schedule. The next Floridian will be dated May 31.
irael Sadly Notes Reagan's 'Mistake'
By GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
|ERUSALEM (JTA)
There can be no
^nciliation with history;
>ns must be learned
it, President Chaim
rzog declared to
fesentatives from 18
itries who gathered~at
Presidential residence
mark the 40th an-
ersary of the defeat of
^Germany.
emier Shimon Peres, ad-
ling a special session of the
BHet convened for the oc-
Dn, said Israel noted with
h> sorrow and pain" the
Unful mistake" by the
pident of the United States
placed a wreath at
war cemetery in Bitburg,
West Germany, where members
of the Waffen SS are buried
along with other German war
dead.
BUT, Peres added, he regards
President Reagan as a true
friend of the Jewish people and
of Israel. Hatred, he said, should
not be answered by hatred "but
death cannot obliterate the
difference between those buried
as murderers and those buried as
the murder victims ... no
monument can bridge the
abysmal gap between those who
led to murder and those who
died in the murder."
Defense Minister Yitzhak
Rabin spoke in much the same
vein when he unveiled a
monument at the Heroes and
Martyrs Memorial at the Yad
Vashem before an audience of
3,000. There can be "no
reconciliation, not with Nazism,
I" Germany's President Richard von Weizsaecker and
incellor Helmut Kohl are seen (extreme left background) at
monies held at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, where
delivered an impassioned statement on Jewish victims of
Nmi Holocaust. The ceremonies marked the 40th an-
.[Ijsary of liberation of Bergen-Belsen by British troops on
P11^ 1945. (DaD Photo.)
and not with the Nazis," Rabin
declared.
The monument, massive
granite blocks in the shape of a
hexagon, represents the six
million Jews who perished in the
Holocaust and is also a tribute
to the 1.5 million Jewish
resistance fighters and partisans
of World War II.
ALL OF these events were
held in the shadow of Reagan's
visit to Bitburg, juxtaposed with
an earlier visit to the Jewish
memorial at the Bergen-Belsen
concentration camp site.
Reagan'8 act aroused anger and
anguish among Jews all over the
world and an unexpected con-
troversy among Israelis.
Rabin expressed what was
probably the most forceful
criticism of Reagan at the Yad
Vashem ceremony when he
declared, "There can be no
reconciliation with Nazism, with
the Nazis and all related to
them. The American President's
historic mistake was to equate
the murderers and their victims.
He can never be forgiven for that
equation neither by
progressive mankind nor by the
Jewish people."
In a radio interview earlier in
the day, Deputy Premier and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, the leader of Likud, said
Reagan had made "a tragic
mistake a mistake by a
friend."
THE PUBLIC controversy
here is not over Reagan's act
Israelis overwhelmingly con-
demned it but over what
many perceive to be the
government's "mild" reaction to
it.
Ariel Sharon, the Minister of
Commerce and Industry, an
outspoken Likud hardliner,
maintained that had Menachem
Begin still been Prime Minister
instead of Laborite Peres, there
would have been "no stuttering
response" to Reagan's Bitburg
visit. Sharon accused the Labor
component of'the national unity
government of not knowing how
to "stand up to the Gentiles."
But Begin, in one of bis rare
interviews since he retired into
semi-seclusion in August, 1983,
told the Associated Press mat
Sunday at Bitburg was one of
the saddest days in Jewish
history. But he declined to
criticize Reagan directly.
President Chaim Herzog
COMMUNICATIONS
Minister Amnon Rubinstein, an
ally of Labor, retorted to Sharon.
He said the Likud minister
should check his own party
before accusing others.
Rubinstein noted that it was
Shamir who rejected a proposal
that the Cabinet issue a
statement against Reagan's visit
to Bitburg.
Shamir, asked by reporters if
he thought the government's
response to Bitburg had been too
tame, replied, "That is a matter
of taste and appreciation. I think
that what has been said by the
government had to be said."
U.S. Jews
Organize To Help
Africa's Non-Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) An
American Jewish organization
has been formed to help suf-
fering non-Jews in Africa, Asia
and Central America, it was
announced here at a news
conference.
Lawrence Phillips, chairman of
the new group, the American
Jewish World Service, who is
also the chairman of the Phillips-
Van Heusen Corp., said the
service was formed because there
is no Jewish organization
"dealing exclusively with
development projects for non-
Jews throughout the world."
The purpose of the
organization, he said, and its
primary objectives, would be to
develop health facilities and
peasant agricultural programs.
U.S. Warns Israel Not
To Deploy N-Weapons
WASHINGTON (JTA) The United States has
warned Israel indirectly against deploying nuclear
weapons in its defensive arsenal. The warning came
as State Department deputy spokesman Edward
Djerejian said he could not confirm reports that Israel has
put up Jericho missiles, which reportedly have the
capability to carry nuclear warheads.
DJEREJIAN ADDED that President Reagan, in a
statement on U.S. nuclear policy in July 1981, stressed
that the U.S. "will seek to prevent the spread of nuclear
explosives as a fundamental national security and foreign
policy objective. We have urged Israel, as we have urged
all other non-nuclear weapon states, to adhere to the non-
proliferation treaty and to place all of its nuclear activities
under IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency)
safeguards."
While Israel has not signed the non-proliferation
treaty, it has always maintained that it will not be the
first to introduce nuclear weapons into the Middle East.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, May 17,1986
(Left to right) Albert W. Gortz, Chairman, Legal
and Tax Committee: Stanley S. Weithorn, tax
attorney and Seminar lecturer; Marvin A. Kir-
sner, Co-Chairman, Seminar for Professionals;
Steven R. Kaye, Co-Chairman, Seminar for
Professionals.
(Left to right) Arthur H. Jaffe, Director, Jewish
Community Foundation; Gary Bernstein,
Chairman, Jewish Community Foundation;
Marianne Bobick, President, South County
Jewish Federation; Stanley S. Weithorn, tax
authority and Seminar lecturer.
Foundation Held Tax Seminar
On Monday afternoon May 6,
at the Sheraton of Boca Raton
66 South County lawyers, ac-
countants, trust officers, CLU's
and estate planners attended the
first Seminar for Professionals
sponsored by the Legal and Tax
Committee of the Jewish
Community Foundation of South
County.
Stanley S. Weithorn, tax
attorney and partner in Baer,
Marks and Upham, New York
City, spoke about the practical
aspects of charitable giving with
an emphasis on actual cases
from his practice. Weithorn
stressed the importance of
charitable giving as an
imaginative and useful tax
saving technique. He also
pointed out that professionals
should play a leading role as
planned giving catalysts.
Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal,
executive director of the South
County Jewish Federation,
presented a brief history of the
development of the South
County Jewish Federation and of
the Foundation. Rabbi Warshal
described the Jewish Community
Foundation as the endowment
program of the South County
Jewish Federation serving
Delray Beach, Highland Beach
and Boca Raton.
Steven R. Kaye and Marvin
A. Kirsner were co-chairmen of
the Seminar and Albert W.
Gortz is chairman of the Legal
and Tax Committee.
Further information about the
Jewish Community Foundation
can be obtained by calling
Arthur H. Jaffe, Foundation
Director, at 368-2737 or writing
to the Jewish Community
Foundation, 336 N.W. Spanish
River Blvd., Boca Raton 33431.
Peres Vows U.S. Made No
Conditions for $1.5 Billion
By OIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Premier Shimon Peres,
stressing that the U.S. has
made no conditions for
providing an additional
$1.5 billion in economic aid
to Israel, disclosed that
Israel has in fact rejected
certain recommendations
by the Reagan
Administration to improve
its economy.
He said the suggestions
turned down called for a large
scale devaluation of the Shekel
and abolition of linkage to the
consumer price index and to the
dollar. Addressing students at
Tel Aviv University, Peres said
that while Israel acknowledged
that such measures might help
cure its economy, they could not
be taken because they would
result in massive unemployment.
Earlier in the week, Peres
estimated that 150,000 Israelis
would be made jobless if the
American plan was adopted.
THE PREMIER also stressed
that most of the economic aid
Israel will receive from the U.S.
will be spent to service Israel's
huge debt to the U.S. for arms
purchases. Not one dollar will be
used to raise the living stan-
dards of Israelis, Peres declared.
If any funds are left over after
debt repayment, they will be
used to increase Israel's foreign
currency reserves which are
essential to a stable economy, he
said.
The U.S. has informed Israel
that it will provide the $1.5
billion in economic aid, in ad-
dition to $3 billion in economic
and military assistance already
166 Jews Exit
NEW YORK (JTA) -
More Soviet Jews were per-
mitted to immigrate to Israel
during April than in any month
since July, 1983, with 166
leaving, the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry reported. The
total includes over 100 Jews
from Moscow, a city where there
has been little emigration
movement in recent years.
approved for fiscal 1986 iuJ
grants. A formal anSounS
is expected when SecrZ*
State George ShultzT
May 9.
visits Isnd
But only a day aft* J
additional aid waj *J*J
newly-released figures gj'
that Israel suffered a Z
setback in its fight aS
mflation last month along!?.
further diminution of its 9
foreign currency reserves tJ
government, it was discloJ
was forced to print 148 bS
Shekels in April in sharp 7
trast to March when H3
currency was printed.
AT THE same time, bJ
currency reserves were nsdS
by another $44 million and aw
at $2.86 billion, far below S
economists consider the dana
point.
The injection of retath^tj
large amounts of currency igj
the economy was requinl
because the public withdm
some 50 million more Sheks
from its savings accounts thin it
put in and because of a rise 11
government spending. TreisBj
sources insisted however tin
government spending actuh
shrank by 15 percent computi |
to the average of the previimr
three months.
Another reason to print mm
money was the steady drop
tax revenues. In the past to
years, tax revenue has fallen by.
14 percent, laying an in-
creasingly heavy burden on wigt |
earners.
IN HIS address at Tel Am
University, Peres assailed op- j
ponents of Israel's participation
in research for the U.S. Strategic
Defense Initiative, popularly
known as "Star Wars." Isrri
was one of only three non-NATO
countries invited by the U.S. *
participate.
Peres said the project he |
tremendous political i
technological significance He I
also stressed the very stronj
contacts between Israel and the
U.S. in general and, specifically,
the personal contacts with
President Reagan. He said the
U.S. is giving economic lid in
order to have a atronj,
democratic ally in the Middle
East.
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Friday, May 17,1985 The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
Yad Vashem Ceremonies
\hkenazic Infertility
May Be Treated by Drugs, Says Rabbi Mark Valor of Antt"Nwi German ***
By BEN GALLOB
EW YORK (JTA) -
iding Talmudic scholar
is an authority on
fecal ethics has disclosed
^jpeal to his colleagues
iake known the recent
losure of a leading
of infertility ap-
itly affecting only
jenazic Jews "which
(be totally reversed by
of pharmaceutical
lent."
)bi J. David Bleich, a
ly member of both Yeshiva
fcrsity and its Cardozo Law
>1 made the disclosure and
jpeal in a letter to Rabbi
lin Walfish, executive
president of the Rabbinical
feil of America, a major
zation of Orthodox rabbis.
fei'h sent Walfish an ab-
of an article which he
would appear in the 1985
issue of "The American
U of Human Genetics,"
in his covering letter to
Bh that the article was "the
let of research which has
ed a cause of infertility
appears to be present only
ikenazic Jews."
21CH ADDED: "More
Jicantly, since the cause has
identified as a steroid
aciency, the condition can
tally reversed by means of
laceutical treatment."
abstract was of an article
pbing the research of five
ts in the field from the
d States, Italy and
Blavia. One of them was Dr.
New, chief of Pediatric
crinology at New York
|ital and chairperson of the
tment of Pediatrics at the
ill University Medical
abstract was entitled
)very of a New Genetic
Be in Ashkenazic Jews,"
the researchers agreed was
jwidespread than Tay-Sachs
Be. The searchers reported
aordinarily high frequency
Ashkenazic Jews of a
genetically transmitted hor-
monal disease called nonclassical
adrenal hyperplatas. This
condition, involving an enzyme
deficiency, results in chronically
elevated androgenic (male)
hormone levels and consequent
impairment of fertility in both
males and females."
THE RESEARCHERS
reported that their preliminary
studies indicated that "as many
as one in every 30 individuals of
Ashkenazi Jewish descent may
be affected" with the disease and
that "one of every three is a
carrier of the trait." They said
the data was in "stark and
dramatic contrast to Tay-Sachs
Disease, which up until this time
was thought to be the most
common Jewish genetic
disease."
Declaring that the discovery
"is of the utmost significance for
our community," Rabbi Bleich
wrote that one of the authors of
the report "and her associates
are interested in reaching as
many people who can benefit
from this treatment as soon as
possible."
Indicating the severity of the
problem, Bleich said "a highly
significant percentage of infertile
Jewish couples cannot have
children because they suffer from
this condition. Until recently,
the true nature of their problem
was unknown to medical science.
There now exists a relatively
simple blook test which can be
used to diagnose this type of
infertility" and infertility
"attributable to this genetic
deficiency is entirely curable by
means of medication."
Kohl Calls for Investigation
Into SS Background
Of Bitburg's District Chief
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN r- (JTA) -
Chancellor Helmut Kohl
has called for an in-
vestigation into the Nazi
past ofj Fritz-Rudolph
Gasper, 'the district ad-
ministrator of the Bitburg
region, who was scheduled
to participate with Kohl
and President Reagan in
the wreath-laying
ceremonies at the Bitburg
war cemetery.
Kohl acted after Deputy
Foreign Minister Alois Mertes
informed him that he had
received information from the
Jewish community in Bonn that
Gasper had been an SS member.
Gasper later confirmed this. In a
telephone interview he said he
was recruited into the Waff en SS
on June 1, 1943 with the rank of
Untersharf fuehrer, the
equivalent of sergeant.
HE ALSO confirmed that
before that he had been a
member of the Hitler Jugend.
But, according to Gasper, a de-
Nazification court in Koblenz
issued him a certificate on
November 26, 1948, attesting
that he had been forced to join
the SS. The certificate has been
sent to the Chancellory here for
further study to confirm
Gasper's claim.
Gasper, who is 60, served in a
Waff en SS tank unit known as
"Hitlerjugend." Members of
that division were among the
1,000 former SS officers who
held a reunion in the Bavarian
town of Nesselwang.
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
An anti-Nazi officer of
the German army, who at
great risk to his own life
saved the lives of hundreds
of Jews during World War
II, was honored at a
ceremony at the Yad
Vashem Holocaust
Memorial here.
Eighteen visiting mayors from
West Germany and the United
States each placed a white rose
at the tree planted in memory of
Maj. Eberhard Helmrich in the
area of the Yad Vashem reserved
for The Righteous Among
Nations. The mayors were at-
tending the Jerusalem Con-
ference of Mayors sponsored by
the American Jewish Congress.
THE WHITE roses are
symbolic of the White Rose
Movement, a small but
dedicated group of Germans,
including high-ranking military
officers, who detested the Nazi
regime and resisted it during the
war. Most of them were caught,
tortured and executed by
decapitation.
Helmrich, in charge of a
Wehrmacht quartermaster unit
in Drohobycz, Galicia,
estabished a farm to supply food
for German troops in the area.
He employed about 300 healthy
young men and women, 90
percent of them Jewish. He
promised that if they did their
job well, he would look after
them.
Each time Helmrich received a
request from the SS for a
"selection" for deportation to
death camps, he managed to
convince the Nazis that the farm
could not meet its quotas if any
of his workers were taken. He
also bribed Gestapo agents to
keep silent. Because of his
personal intervention,
Helmrich s workers were saved
from deportation during the
autumn of 1942 and the winter
and summer of 1943, when the
Nazi death machinery was
operating at its maximum.
HELMRICH prepared forged
documents in his cellar which
saved the lives of at least 100
Jewish young women. The
documents identified them as
Ukrainian gentiles, and as such
they were transferred to Ger-
many to work as domestics.
Helmrick also provided food to
the Jewish hospital in the
Drohobycz ghetto when most of
its patients were dying of
malnutrition.
Speaking at the ceremony,
Barry Yaker, a vice president of
the AJC, hailed the tribute to
Helmrich as a meaningful act of
reconciliation between the of-
ficials of American and West
German cities representing
millions of citizens of both
countries.
He hailed Helmrich for helping
to pave the way for a reborn
democratic Germany. The visit
by President Reagan to the
Bitburg cemetery where Waffen
SS are buried is having just the
reverse effect, he said. It is
provoking divisiveness, anger
and resentment.
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By JOSEPH rTSKLESTOri*
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r.ia react./-.* wy to the charg* by
b cntc* that he waa directly
responsible for the death of over
00 Israeli toidien in Lebanon
since he had been the ma--.
instigator of the Iaraeii mvaaioc
of Lebanon in June. 1982, that
he could not contain his outrage
Banging hia fiat on a table, he
remarked I do oct remember
any war in which Iarael par
tinpated durmg the past 37
year* where the Cabinet aa a
whole waa ao involved in every
decision taken from the first day
to the last aa it waa in the
Lebanon war
"I DO NOT think there was
one major deciaion in the war
that waa not brought to the
Cabinet. The Cabinet sat every
day during the war. and all
decieione were taken by the
Casaaet 7=a-. never ra^c^te*: n
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oatrageoua that the
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po-xea. ecemie* to atiacx
'as. Every casualty a
MJBJ \-.-m for *j* fir-r. -.'_-- i
tifl -..>---. ,f Israei. the
CMsaitiaa are usec
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THAT IS s new *vw sta.--
davd '.'. bdaajvior and very
.r from ever, pox: .-
view Dfd loaMaady pal up and
Mf dM GoUi Meir was
MtotaUe for the deaths of
2 '/X I?raeii aoidiera in the Yom
K-pp-.r Wat tfct HO c-ec hi
the war of attritn? Did
vxnebody say that Ben-Gurion
was responsible for the
thousands of Israelis killed in
the War of Independence, or that
Moshe Dayan was guilty for the
death of hundreds of soldiers in
the Smai War? I do not think
that ever happpened.
These accusations against me
are unbelievable and present a
danger to the State of Israei. It
is one of the ugliest
manifestations yet in the history
of Israel. But these critics are
failing in their rmpign The
Israeli people do not believe
Continued on Page %
FORMER DEFENSE MINISTER ARIEL SHARON
French Jews May Be Used to I{
But New Anti-Semitism Disturm
By MICHAEL ADLER
London Ckromd* Syndtcazt
There are two horrible
points of reference for the
Frer.ch Jewish community
concerning anti-Semitic
terrorist attacks the Rue
Copernic bombing of
October. 1980 in Paris in
which four died, and the
gun-and-grenade assault in
August. 1982 against a
Jewish delicatessen in
Paris. killing six.
Judged in thia macabre light,
the Mar. 29 terrorist bombing in
^hich 1 % people were wounded at
a Jewish film festival in central
Pans but none perished was leas
traumatk. Indeed. French Jews
have reacted with relative l
to the incident
But what else explains such a
reaction? In an article in the
respected French daily Le
Monde, commentator Robert
Sole pointed out that in 1980 and
1982 there were fears that the
President Mitterrand
Vandals aj | at*L
slogans on .--.- nan mot
at tkt V S "....:-. :mtb\
Omaha Baaes .-. .Vo
France S{ ::' thn
million pc- -. t.isif
cemetery an aaau j i \trt
who died taring tin AMi
ixision at .Vclead) onh
1944 are buned In this
Michael Adier skeds xmt'\
light on the status of h
anti-Semitism todas.
crimes were caused
homegrown fasc:sx. But in 1
according to Sole. "many.
do not exclude :he idea ofiI
attack linked to the mten
situation and prepared abroalj
FRENCH JEWS hive I
battle-wise. For one thing,
the Rue Copernic
Goldenberg delicatessen
were followed by
demonstrations of sou
Continued on Pag 9
The Jews of India
Majority of the 'Sons of Israel' in Bombay, But Most Are Leaving
By RICHARD LOBELL
The hazy light streaming
through the many stained
glass windows falls on the
ornate pillars and carved
wooden railings of the
Magen David Synagogue in
Calcutta, India. Two
thousand members once
filled the hall with song and
prayer, but now the
synagogue gains rarely
more than a minyan, ten
men, on a Friday night.
They sit apart from one
another, and their voices
echo in a ghostly manner in
the nearly empty chamber.
Today some 5,000 Jews
remain in India. The majority
are in Bombay and are called
B'nai Israel. Sons of Israel. Most
others are in New Delhi, Cochin
and Calcutta, but tiny groups or
families live in other cities.
They've left, some for England
and America, others for Israel.
They've gone, and soon only
empty buildings, unused books,
and old, forgotten diaries will
remain to tell the centuries-old
history of the Jews of India.
INTERESTINGLY, the Jews
of India have never suffered
from anti-Semitism. Sheilim
Samuel, chief prosecutor
Bombay's Supreme Court
leading figure in Wl
community, is one of i
prominent Jews. Prominent
his law office are picturoj
David Ben-Gurion and
Herri
"I have always been open"
proud of my JewishnesJ, *1
Samuel, "and for me as m
other Indian JeW,Kl(i|
Jewiahness has never""
hindrance, professionally
socially."
Bombay's B'nai Iff*
Continued on Pag'*
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Utfffji
Two Jewish children of Chochin (right), with
their Moslem neighbors. The Jews of India
have lived in harmony with their neighbors
for centuries. B
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Friday, May 17,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
European Leaders
Express Fears for Their Communities
NEW YORK While
noting that Western
European Jewry was
reviving its heritage and
identity, three European
Jewish leaders also ex-
pressed concern for their
vulnerable Jewish com-
munities at a session here
of the American Jewish
Committee's 79th annual
meeting at the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel.
The leaders, Dr. Ady Steg of
Paris, president of the Alliance
Israelite Universelle (France);
Tullia C. Zevi of Rome, president
of the Union of Jewish Com-
munities in Italy; and Samuel
Toledano of Madrid, president of
the Federation of Jewish
Communities in Spain, agreed
that issues and events such as
domestic politics, Israel and
their European roots had ai-
fected European Jewry today.
THEY SPOKE at a plenary
session on "European Jewry
Today" sponsored by the AJC's
International Relations
Department, which maintains
programmatic ties with
European 'Jewish communities
and their governments. Rita
Hauser, chair of AJC's
Executive Committee and an
international lawyer, served as
chairman.
In examining French Jewry,
Dr. Steg, former presdient of
CRIF, the central French Jewish
coordinating body, said, "The
major event in the history of the
French Jewish community in the
last 40 years was the massive
arrival in 1962 of Jews from
North Africa. As a result, the
Jewish population doubled and
Sephardized. The contribution of
Jews from North Africa con-
stituted a transfusion for Jewish
life as our community became
more dynamic, more visible, and
even more religious."
He continued, "The
Ashkenazi-Sephardi encounter
has brought about an un-
precedented renewal of Jewish
cultural activity in France. For
the past 15 years and especially
after the election of President
Mitterrand, Jews have become
more involved in the country's
political life, both individually
and as a community."
BUT DR. STEG added, "The
majority of Jews do not par-
ticipate in Jewish community life
and there is no external restraint
or curb to assimilation."
Concluding on a hopeful note,
he pointed out that "Israel
constitutes the most solid bond
for the Jewish community, and
for the first time a generation of
young Jews is more Jewish than
their parents."
The strong bond with Israel
also affects Spain's Jewish
community and its interaction
with the government, said
Toledano. Citing the absence of
Continued on Pacre 7
Federation / UJA Campaign '85 Update
Jewish Federation Young Adults
livision Sponsors Fund Raising Event
The Young Adults Division of
Ithe South County Jewish
Federation, in conjunction with
Ithe 1985 UJA-Federation
Icampaign, is planning its
Iinaugural event on Saturday,
[May 18, at the Boca Pointe
ICountry Club in Boca Raton.
The Young Adults Division is a
[new group dedicated to unifying
Ithe young professional Jewish
[community through a variety of
I social, business, educational,
I religious and fund raising ac-
tivities.
The event begins with
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at 8
p.m. and everyone is invited to
dance to the music of Glen
Burton and his orchestra. A
minimum gift of (100 (singles)
and $160 (married couples) to
the 1985 Federation-UJA
Campaign is required of all
participants. There is also a
$37.50 per person cover charge
to defray costs for the evening.
Reservations are a must.
For more information, please
contact Alan Bergman at the
South County Jewish Federation
at 368-2737, or Stewart Levy at
394-5026.
Hatikvah Mission
Should Be Huge Success
South County will be well
represented on the Hatikvah
Mission to Israel July 21
through July 31. This singles
mission for 22-40 year-olds has
seven participants out of a
I projected maximum of 10.
The mission should prove to
be unique because of the
projected itinerary which in-
cludes attendance at the closing
ceremony of the Maccabiah
Games, a visit to an Ethiopian
: Absorption Center, an in-depth
tour of the south including the
new settlements in the Arava
and the Uvdah air force base.
In addition, as a special in-
centive, El Al has secured
agreements with a number of
airlines and can therefore offer a
free stopover in any one of the
following cities: Athens, Paris,
Rome, Madrid, Amsterdam,
Frankfurt, Zurich, Brussels,
Lisbon and London. All the
flights are filling up rapidly as is
the Hatikvah mission. A pre-
mission to Paris is also available
at a nominal fee.
Interested parties should book
reservations. For more in-
formation call Geri Gellert or
Rob Fishman at 368-2737.
Rambam's 850th Celebrated In Paris
PARIS (JTA) The 860th
anniversary of the birth of
|Maimonides was celebrated in
Bucharest. Hundreds gathered
or a series of lectures depicting
we great Jewish philosopher,
doctor, scientist and legislator.
The opening lecture was given
by Rumanian Chief Rabbi Moses
Rosen who spoke on Maimonides
"the legislator."

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Students At FAU and Palm Beach Jr. College
Raised Owr $600 For United Jewish Appeal
Friday, May 17,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Fage 7
the auspices of the
'rith Hillel, some 25
were involved in the
it campaign in the
ach area. Under the
of Bo bra Bush, a Hillel
at Florida Atlantic
i, the students raised
for the campaign. The
were also involved in
Super Sunday, both in Palm
Beach and Boca Raton.
Other activities included in the
campaign were solicitation
training, speakers, films, a dance
marathon, and an Operation
Moses drive. The highlight of
the campaign was an 18 Karat
Gold Affair when over 100
students danced all night to a
mixture of American and Israeli
music.
Plans are already under way
for next year's campaign. For
more information about the UJA
Student Campaign or other
B'nai B'rith Hillel activities, call
Nancy Tobin, Director of Hillel
Extension, 432-6281.
"
\
it?
Chai-Lights
of the
Jewish Community Day School
rst grade prepared for
lay of Lag B'Omer under
eir teacher Leah Temor
Israeli. She explained
jn of this Jewish holiday
occurred after the
tt.im of the Second
when Jews were for-
te > study Torah. A brave
Rabbi Aumeon ben
efused to capitulate and
to study. For this
he had to flee the
l Every year thereafter,
^hirty-third day of Omer,
dents climbed into the
listen to their brave
Akiba felt that Torah
^as essential lest Judaism
)tten. He devised a plan
lis students would carry
ad arrows and a picnic
^pean Leaders
ntinued from Page 5-A
tic relations between
id Israel, he said, "This
erratum that should not
ned for long."
leaded on the U.S.
lent and friendly
governments to use
fluence to help establish
ationship, adding, "The
establishment of Jewish
Ipain meant adding a new
| a glorious book which
pught to be closed five
bs ago. Restoring
had to be done with
nd pride."
UE THE blossoming of
life is encouraging, he
concern about the
Ditism and racial hatreds
said, are on the rise in
Europe. He continued,
ig behind outdated
prejudice of past anti-
it is now the result of
katural combination of
pn of the Left and the
abetted by Islamic
|rn that leads to an
in violent action."
>ries of the past have
cted the situation of the
Jewish community and
erspective of Europe,
-to Ms. Zevi, who
Memory also guides us
' present problems. It
the antennae with
re pick up danger signals
len these are not directly
*. U8.
!ory of our own past
J8 places us in Europe
Bde of today's immigrant.
p* by instinct that the
f our communities
on the democratic
tne countries where we
ITALIAN Jewish
'"t concluded, "Our
roots are still deep in
i soil, in the 1980's
Jews of the first and
[generation have learned
t with their Holocaust
International Relations
Mm recently conducted
oi leadership missions to
ly, France, Germany,
and to the European
community in
Iff.
lunch as if they were going to
hunt. Once in the fields he
taught them Torah.
Another brave hero of this
holiday was Bar Kochba the
leader of the revolt against the
Romans. On the day of fighting
a strange plague appeared but
ended on Lag B'Omer.
With the assistance of art
teacher Mrs. Sue Zev, the first
grade students created a
beautiful mural depicting a "Lag
B'Omer" picnic in the true
Israeli style. Plates full of
luscious foods that looked good
enough to eat were pasted on
paper picnic baskets on the wall.
Paper dolls were cut out and
placed hand-in-hand around the
traditional Lag B'Omer bonfire.
Mrs. Temor's first grade class
is planning a picnic to celebrate
the joyous holiday.
A new state of matter has been discovered by Dr. Dan Shechtman of
the Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Termed
"quasicrystalline," it is neither a crystal nor amorphous, but has a
five-fold symmetry diffraction pattern that was previously considered
physically impossible. Prof. Shechtman made the discovery by
bombarding a rapidly cooled aluminum-magnesium alloy with an
electron beam and observing the results on photographic film. Dr.
Shechtman's discovery has far-reaching implications for scientific
research and industrial applications, as this new state of matter may
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Angry Sharon Insists
He's Paid for Mistake
Friday, May 17,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 9
Continued from Page 4
;m. To claim that the
febanese war was a one-man
when Israel is a democracy
6th a democratic government,
[to distort the truth."
When I mentioned to Sharon
Lat Begin was reported to have
signed as Prime Minister and
have gone into seclusion
cause he felt he had been
ceived by his Defense Minister
laron's anger blazed anew.
("This is a lie. Anyone who
lys that this is the reason for
Bgin's resignation is telling a
I never even discussed this
sue with Begin. It is
bpicable. I was very en-
luraged Sy Begin's reaction
|ring the trial in New York. He
at me congratulations and
oke about it on radio and
levision."
[INSISTING THAT the war in
}banon had been fought for
eply valid reasons affecting
security of Israel, Sharon
|d that people had forgotten
It southern Lebanon had
come an independent kingdom
(terror.
The Palestine Liberation
ganization terrorists had made
whole country a center of
krld terrorism. As well as the
(,0. the Japanese Red Army,
German Baader Meinhof
Ing and the IRA had
pembled and sent out murder
uads from there, which had
en backed by the Russians.
^nd for years, the people in
Israeli border areas had to
e-Negotiating'
*hase Revealed
| NEW YORK The
lited States is now in the
bre-negotiating" phase of
liddle East peace efforts,
Icording to an Israeli
kpert on Washington-
prusalem relations.
Dr. Shai Feldman of Tel Aviv
Jiversity told a meeting of the
ladle Eastern Affairs Com-
ptee of the Anti-Defamation
ague of B'nai Brith that the
I is seeking to "create the
Yironment in which Israeli-
ab peace talks can take
Ice."
[CENTRAL TO this effort, he
pd. is an American attempt to
sure that an "Arab partner"
come forward to begin
gotiations with Israel. He
mtted, however, that Middle
ist peace talks are not in the
|efront of U.S. foreign policy
onties at present.
|pr Feldman, who is senior
"Bociate of the university's
ee Center for Strategic
Mies and head of the center's
'Israeli relations project,
w iat Wasnington is seeking
budd support for Jordan's
ng Hussein in any future talks
p Israel.
According to Dr. Feldman,
p means strengthening the
"My existent "political axis"
Uiro-Amman-Baghdad in
for of Israeli-Arab peace talks.
K? yo ?*' Feldman said the
*ed States policy is also
QM at enhancing King
Bssein 8U rt amon
[estinjans on the West Bank.
?2 !? being implemented,
said, by focusing on im-
plement in the "quality of
for Palestinians on the
ank, thereby giving them
ae in peacemaking and also
ugh contacts with
Festinian moderates to en-
fpfoalternative leader8hiP to
Pr Feldman added that this
ry is aimed specifically at
fng PLO leader Yasir
tit ,n the event that he
f wues to refuse to lend any
Tjrt. to a Jordanian-
otinian peace effort.
live in shelters because of the
rockets. The terrorists had killed
and wounded many thousands of
people. "All this is forgotten,"
Sharon remarked bitterly.
AS A RESULT of the war, the
people of the border areas had
been able to leave their shelters
and live normal lives. World
terrorism had been drastically
reduced, he said.
Speaking about the aims of
the Israeli forces in Lebanon,
Sharon said that Israel had
never had any intention of
keeping one inch of Lebanese
territory, but it was essential
now that a four-point plan
should be insisted upon before
all Lebanon was evacuated.
"First, there should be no
return to the kingdom of terror.
A security zone within a radius
of 20 miles from Metulla should
be established.
"Secondly, responsibility for
this security zone should be
given to the South Lebanese
Army or the Lahad forces, as
they are now called with the
necessary Israeli support. They
are highly motivated against
terrorists. (This force wars
formerly led by the late Major
Sa'ad Haddad, who had close
links with Israel.) Thirdly, Israel
should be able to continue her
naval patrols in the area, to
prevent the establishment of a
terrorist infrastructure.
"Fourthly, there should be a
redeployment of the UNIFIL
(United Nations Interim Force in
Lebanon) troops. They must be
deployed in the narrow buffer
zone on the northern side of the
security region, in order to
prevent the Syrians from moving
into southern Lebanon."
SHARON MADE it clear that
he was not happy with the
decision, taken by the Israeli
Government durng his absence
in New York, to withdraw
unilaterally from Lebanon.
"I would have voted against
this move," he said. "I am not
convinced that the four essential
elements which I have men-
tioned are going to be observed.
I feel certain that we must
demand these elements."
Sharon expressed profound
satisfaction at having forced
Time magazine to admit that it
had printed a falsehood in ac-
cusing him of being responsible
for the massacre of hundreds of
Palestinian refugees, but he
spoke with indignation of the
response of some Israelis to the
verdict.
Begun in Chistopol
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry and Long Island Com-
mittee for Soviet Jewry reported
Tuesday that Prisoner of
Conscience Iosef Begun has been
transferred from the Perm labor
camp to the notorious Chistopol
Prison. His wife Inna was in-
formed that Begun was tried on
Apr. 3, evidently within the
camp, and sent to Chistopol four
days later. A letter from the
prison administration gave no
other details.
India's Jews
All 5,000 May Soon Have Moved
Continued from Page 4
their ancestors arrived as
refugees who fled from the Holy
Land at the time of the
destruction of the First Temple
2,500 years ago. They believe
their ancestors were seven men
and seven women who survived
a shipwreck on the Konkin coast,
south of Bombay.
VERIFIABLE Jewish history
dates back 1,000 years to
Cochin, which is a group of
islands in the State of Kerala on
India's southwest coast. Two
ancient copper plates, preserved
today in the 400-year-old Pardesi
Synagogue there, show that the
Jews received a charter from the
area's Emperor during the
Chola-Chola War in the 10th
Century. Scholars believe the
Jews may have been rewarded
for financial or military aid to
help repel a foreign aggressor.
The charter grants the Jews
full sovereignty over their own
island in Cochin. With this
charter, the island of Cranganore
apparently became the only
sovereign Jewish state to exist
between the times of the ancient
Kingdom of Israel and the
modern State of Israel nearly
2,000 years.
In the Middle Ages, the Jews
of Calcutta controlled vast
Oriental mercantile empires. The
names Sasson and Ezra were
known to all and they lived in
mansions of exotic splendor and
earned untold wealth.
IN 1920, the first Zionist
organization was estatlished in
India, and the local community
organization passed a resolution
expressing full sympathy with
the Zonist cause. Although Jews
in other countries were
sometimes hesitant to speak out
for Zionism, India's Jews were
not and there were no ontoward
consequences.
After Israeli statehood was
established in 1948, aliyah, or
the "going up," to Israel, began
in earnest for Indian Jews.
Aliyah accelerated in the early
1960's and, in the first 20 years
of Israeli statehood, roughly half
of the B'nai Israel community of
20,000 emigrated to Israel.
Today, for many of those who
remain, the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee
and the Organization for
Rehabilitation Through
Training, which JDC helps
support, serve as the main links
to the outside Jewish com-
munity. JDC helps elderly
Indian Jews with day centers
and homebound services and it
aids youngsters in schools.
It receives virtually all its
S49.5 million world budget from
the United Jewish Appeal-
Federation campaign. ORT,
which is celebrating its 20th
anniversary in India, ad-
ministers both girls' and boys'
schools for over 700 students.
ORT-India graduates boast a
100 percent job placement rate
no mean feat in a sub-
continent of poverty.
UJA Press Service
Jews Used to It, But Feel Pain
Continued from Page 4
from the French. The 500,000
who marched up the Champs
Elysees in October, 1980 were
not only indignant about the
Copernic attack but scandalized
by comments of then-Prime
Minister Raymond Barre which
seemed to deny that French
Jews were French. Barre had
spoken of "an attack against
Israelites going to synagogue
and which had hit innocent
French."
The current French Socialist
government seems much less
forbidding. Justice Minister
Robert Badinter is outspoken as
both a civil libertarian and a
Jew. Francois Mitterrand was
the first French President to
visit Israel.
Terrorist attacks are, in a
sense, out of season. The threat
now is more subtle: racism, of
which anti-Semitism is but one
strain, stealing under the cover
of respectability towards the
center of French political life. A
prime example of this is the rise
of far-right leader Jean-Marie Le
Pen and his National Front
Party. In his calls to safeguard
the purity of the French, Le Pen
has seized on a subject which is
very much in the air, as people
worrying about unemployment
nervously eye the nation s two
million immigrants.
HOW DO Jews fit into this?
Perfectly, since Jews, in addition
to being tried-and-true targets
for racism, have had their ranks
swelled in France by the bete
noire of the far-right North
Africans. The French Jewish
community doubled in the 1960's
from an influx of North African
Jews, Le Monde reports.
The new arrivals have settled
mostly in southern France,
where many Arab immigrants
live. Notes Andre Wormser,
president of the French Study
and Research Center on Anti-
Semitism (CERAC), "We have
the feeling that we are also
scapegoats. Economic difficulties
resuscitate old myths about
'Jewish finance.' And we must
not forget Israel, the scapegoat
for all the sins of the West."
The French Jewish community
feels that now is not the time to
over-react to terrorist bombings
ot uncertain origin. It sees
enough anti-Semitism hidden in
campaign slogans, or anti-
Zionist attitudes or such
distortions of history as denying
the reality of the Holocaust.
CERAC has advised Jews not to
jump to conclusions about
widespread anti-Semitism but
instead to: "Fight against it
while it is small ... at the same
time avoiding enlarging it by
attacking it (too often)."
Vatican Liaison Appointed
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Dr. Eugene Fisher, director of
the National Conference of
Catholic Bishops' Secretariat for
Catholic-Jewish Relations, has
been appointed to a five-year
term on the four-member
Vatican's Liaison Committee for
dialogue with leaders of world
Jewry.
The 41-year-old Fisher is the
only American and only lay
person on the committee which
is the Vatican's official link
between its Commission for
Religious Relations with the
Jews and the International
Jewish Committee on
Interreligious Consultations.
Temple Beth El Nursery &
Religious School
Seeking an Educational Administrative Assist.
Duties: Creation & Distribution of Educational
Resources, Admin. Tasks, and creation of
Family Education Program.
10-12 Hrs. per week in a Flexible Schedule. Start Aug.
Send Resume: School Office/Temple Beth El
333 S.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, FL 33432
Deadline: May 17,1985____________________
| Til Death Do Us Part
Coping With Widowhood
An 8 week group for widowed men and women.
The group will help participants during the
grief process by providing a safe place to share
feelings and learn new ways of coping with the
intense emotional reactions, living single in a
coupled world, holidays, socializing, & finding
new directions for the future.
GROUP FACILITATOR: Nancy A. Feldman,
A.C.S.W., L.C.S.W.
DATES: Monday, June 3-Monday, July 22
TIME: 10:00-11:30 a.m.
COST: $7.00 per person
LOCATION: Jewish Family & Children's
Service of South Palm Beach County
REGISTRATION: Contact: Nancy A. Feldman
PHONE: 395-3640
Pre-Registration Is Required.


In The Synagogues
And Temples ...
Beginning May 24. the Boca Raton Synagogue will no longer
be holding services at the Verde School. For location of the
services please call Rabbi Mark Dratch at 368-9047. Friday
night sen. ices will begin at 6:45 p.m. and Saturday morning at
9:30.
Their Memories!
Need Searing
sent
Dan Mica Addresses Congregation
B'nai Israel On Its First Anniversary
Dan Mica, fourth term veteran
congressman on Capitol Hill,
addressed Congregation B'nai
Israel on Friday night. May 3, at
the celebration of their one-year
anniversary. Calling the
congregation 'Real people with a
social conscience." Congressman
Mica applauded the
congregation's actual role in
such issues as Black-Jewish
relations. Soviet Jewry and
Ethiopian relief.
During its first year.
Congregation B'nai Israel has
developed an ongoing
relationship with the Ebenezer
Missionary Baptist Church, was
instrumental in organizing a
protest for Soviet Jewry at FAU
last fall with the Community
Relations Council, and raised
funds to assist in Operation
Moses, the rescue operation that
helped free the Jewish com-
munity in Ethiopia.
(Left to right) Rabbi Richard Agler, Congressman Dan Mica and Joel
\adel. President of Congregation B'nai Israel
Stressing the theme of unity,
of building bridges between
opposing sides and holding a
more central and conciliatory
position rather then being
divisive. Congressman Mica
Pioneer Women Palm Beach
Cou/rcil InsTalled Officers
The Sixth Annual Donor
Luncheon of Palm Beach Council
Pioneer Women-Na'amat was
held at the Crystal Lake Country
Club in Pompano Beach on April
25.
The Honorable Alex Daoud,
City Commissioner of Miami
Beach, was guest speaker and
the Sholom Dancers entertained.
Almost 500 members attended
and were inspired by Mrs.
Mildred Weiss, Southeast Area
Club Liaison of Pioneer Women^
who installed the following
officers for the 1985-86 year:
President, Rae Hoff Cypress
Lakes; Na'amat Vice President,
Shirlev Fayne Kinneret IDelray
Beach); Membership Vice
President, Celia Levinson
Ezrat; Program Vice President,
Hannah Schwartz Theodore
Herzl; Treasurer, Frances Lehn -
Zipporah (Delray Beach);
Financial Secretary, Jean Weitz -
Beersheba; Recording Secretary,
Rita Kate her Zipporah (Delray
Beach).
Shirley Fayne of the Kinneret
Chapter has been president for
the past two years.
Pioneer Women-Na'amat will
be celebrating their 60 years of
achievement at their National
Convention in Israel
November, 1985.
in
Hendersons Establish
Annuity Trust
Joseph and Florence Hen-
derson of Delray Beach have
established the Florence Hen-
derson Charitable Annuity Trust
of the Jewish Community
Foundation of South County,
Gary Bernstein, chairman of the
Foundation, announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson moved
to Delray Beach from Dover,
New Hampshire, 10 years ago.
Mrs. Henderson, who was born
in Somersworth, New Hamp-
shire, spent most of her life in
Dover where her family owned
Siegel's Department Store.
Joseph Henderson and
Florence Siegel were married in
Dover in October 1963. They are
a very friendly couple. As Joe
says, "If you want a friend you
have to be a friend."
Florence is a member of ORT,
the City of Hope, a life member
of Hadassah, the sisterhood of
Temple Emeth, Anshei Emuna
and Mizrachi.
The Jewish Community
Foundation of South County
(the endowment program of the
Federation) has been established
to receive endowment funds from
those members of the com-
munity who are concerned with
the continuity of "the 'Jewish
people. Currently the foun-
dation has assets of $4.5 million.
Further information about the
Foundation can be obtained from
Arthur H. Jaffe. Foundation
Director, at the South County
Jewish Federation, 368-2737.
Hiflel Attracts
Non-FAU
Students
The local Hillel Foundation-
Jewish Student Union of FAU is
looking to attract students home
for the summer from other
universities to its summer
programming.
Pool parties, brunches, pic-
nics, sports day, Shabbat ac-
tivities are all part of the
summer programs being offered
by the local Hillel Chapter. This
is the second year that Hillel is
offering these activities.
Last year these programs met
with a great deal of success. The
local Hillel Chapter hopes that
this year will be even more
successful.
Anyone wishing to place his or
her name on Hillel s mailing list
for the summer events can
contact Nancy To bin at 393-
3510.
praised the congregation tor
bridging the gap between young
and old, Jews and non-Jews, and
Blacks and whites.
"Bitburg was a mistake,-' said
Mr. Mica. He believes that even
President Reagan knew it was a
mistake, but could not reverse
his decision.
TEENS DISCUSS SUICIDE
AT B'NAI ISRAEL
Congregation B'nai Israel's
9th and 10th grade religious
school classes will present a
service on the theme "Suicide
Isn't Painless" on Friday
evening, May 24 at 8 p.m. The
classes, which have devoted a
substantial amount of time on
the subject of teenage suicide
during the current academic
year, will offer original readings,
role playings, and dramatic
presentations to shed light on
this important subject.
Suicide is the second leading
cause of death among teenagers
and the public is invited to hear
what the next generation has to
say on the subject.
Congregation B'nai Israel will
celebrate the conclusion of the
first year of its School for Living
Judaism at Sabbath Services,
May 17. beginning at 8 p.m. at
the Center for Group Counseling,
22455 Boca Rio Road in Boca
Raton. A special service
honoring the teachers and
students for having completed a
year of learning and Torah
education has been scheduled.
Faculty and students alike will
take part in the service and
Rabbi Richard Agler will speak
on the theme, "Who Says
Religious School Can't Be Fun?"
All who come in the spirit of
peace are welcome.
TEMPLE SINAI
The Jewish holiday of Pen-
tecost, known in Hebrew as
Shavuot (Weeks) will be
celebrated at Temple Sinai, 2475
W. Atlantic Avenue, Delray
Beach, Sunday, May 26 at 10
a.m.
In his pulpit discourse Rabbi
Samuel Silver will point out the
modern application of the
festival's meaning.
The rabbi will also indicate the
significance of the holiday at the
Sabbath services at the Temple
Friday, May 24, 8:15 p.m. and
Saturday, May 25, 10 a.m. At
the Friday event, Abe and
Elaine Breslof will take part in
the service and be hosts at a
post-prayer reception in
celebration of their 40th wedding
anniversary.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
hold their next meeting Monday,
May 20, 12 noon at which time
installation of officers will take
place. Friends and prospective
members are invited. Collation.
ANSHEI EMUNA
Daily and Sabbath Seminars
Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks
conducts a dairy seminar at
Anshei Emuna Congregation on
the Biblical "Book of Leviticus"
commencing at 7:45 a.m. On
Saturdays Dr. Sacks leads a
seminar on the Talmudic
Tractate of Pirkay Avot
"Ethics of the Fathers" at 5:30
p.m.
For further information call
499-9229.
ANSHEI SHALOM
Anshei Shalom Brotherhood
will sponsor a breakfast meeting,
Sunday, May 19. 9:30 a.m.
Election of officers will take
place. Bagels, cream cheese and
coffee will be served. The break-
fast will be held at Anshei
Shalom Oriole Jewish Center,
7099 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
For information call 495-0466.
B'NAI TORAH
B'nai Torah Synagogue held
installation of officers at their
next regular meeting, Wed-
nesday, May 15. Induction of all
new members was held.
BETH SHALOM
Temple Beth Shalom
Sisterhood, Century Village
West will hold a Special
Boutique Day, Wednesday, May
22 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. This
will take place instead of their
May meeting. An over-all 10
percent discount sale day, come
and join in the fun in the
Administration Bldg.
NEW YORK -
Disclosing that he
telegram to the
House urging Pre,k
Reagan not to visit the i
cemetery in Bitburg
SS troopers are buried
bishop John O'Connor 4
that he (Reaganl was advidJ
do the right thing-
spoke
O'Connor, who
response to a question
youth rally at Yankee
in The Bronx, said ho
that he praised the Preside^
his decision to visit the
Belsen concentration camp
during his current German \
The Archbishop, who oft
recalls the strong effect a v.
the Dachau concentration'
several years ago had on
said that he is willing to i
but never to honor or
those who perpetrated thei
during World War II.
He stated. "I cannot fowl
as a Christian, and I ami
that it is our Jewish .
and sisters who keep ren
us. It must be seared in
memories."
Fines Imposed
BONN (JTA) No
fines equivalent to Kb
imposed by a Frankfurt cot
each of three members of
outlawed neo-Nazi org
found guilty of circulating i
Semitic propaganda
displaying symbols of the Ni
regime, including
Religious Director!
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Conservativt I
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday i
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month. |
BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE
Mailing Address: 22130 Belmar No. 1101, Boca Raton, Florid*I
33433. Orthodox services held at Verde Elementary School
Cafeteria. 6590 Verde Trail, Boca, Saturday morning 9:30 im
For information regarding Friday, Sundown services Mind*
Maariv. call Rabbi Mark Dratch. Phone: 368-9047.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
16189 Carter Road 1 block south of Linton Blvd., Delray I
Beach. Florida 33445. Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sack
Daily Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. and 5pja
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class5 j
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Services at Center for Group Counseling. 22445 Boca Rio Rod
Boca Raton. Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard Agkr-j
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 10:15 am
Mailing address: 950 Glades Road. Suite 1C. Boca Raton, FL|
33432. Phone 392-9982.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
'099 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33446. G|
krvative. Phone 496-0466 and 496-1300. Rabbi Jordan H.
Bhepard, Cantor Abraham Perhnutter. Sabbath Servto*:
,Priday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 a-m. Daily servicei 8:30i*
|and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton. Florida 33432. Refor* 1
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant K*
Gregory S. Marx, Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat EveServwj
at 8 p.m. Family Shabbat Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of aw [
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015. Boca Raton. ^ ***,
Conservative. Located in Century Village. Boca. Daily MjnjJ ]
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:15 p.m- SUD^.
8:30 am. and 5 p.m. Rabbi Donald David Crain. Phone- "-
5557. Joseph M. Pollack. Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach. Florida 33446. Co**'
vative. Phone: 498-3536. Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd. N*v
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Local Club&
Organization News
ORT District
Holds Convention
B'NAIB'RITH
IaSE NOTE: B'nai B'rith
lir XI Lodge No. 2947 has
^d their Sunday, May 19
hst meeting to a 4:30 p.m.
j] hour with music and
foeuvres at B'nai Torah
tgation. This meeting is
> members, spouses and
tive members.
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi
Chapter will hold their next
meeting Monday, May 20, 12:30
p.m. at Temple Emeth, 5780 W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. Their
speaker will be Mr. Leon
Sussman, on the topic 'Jewish
facts and oddities from history
and the bible." The Carver
Middle School essay contest
winners will also be present to
read their winning essays.
B'nai Mitzvah
then
I ELLEN COHEN
pturday, May 11, Ellen
daughter of Marcia
and Stephen Cohen, was
the Torah at Temple
of Boca Raton as a Bat
b. As an ongoing Temple
Ishe was "twinned" with
|ra Perepletchik of the
Jnion.
ly members sharing in
tcha were her brothers,
land Scott; and her
rents, Matty and Goldie
* Bal Harbour and Claire
Ettinger of Miami
has been a member of
land Club 7 at Temple
r. and attends the Boca
Academy as a seventh
udent.
Idush was held in Ellen's
following Shabbat mor-
tices.
V Altschul
PERLY ALTSCHUL
kttrday, May 4> k^.
utachul, daughter of
J Richard Altachul,
1 to the Torah at
tt El of Boca Raton
*itzvah.
Jy is a seventh grade
F Pme Crest School and
attends the Temple Beth El
Religious School.
Family members sharing in
the simcha were her sister, Amy;
her brother, Sean; and her
grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Altschul of Patterson,
New Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Gottlieb of North Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. Altschul hosted
a Kiddush in Kimberly's honor
following Shabbat morning
services.
Faye Brooks
FA YE BROOKS
On Saturday, May 18, Faye
Cheryl Brooks, daughter of
Sharon Brooks and Steven
Kolber and Stan Liberman, will
be called to the Torah at Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bat
Mitzvah.
Faye is a seventh grade
student at Boca Middle School
and is a member of Club 7 at
Temple Beth El.
Family members sharing in
the simcha are her sisters, Debra
Brooks and Nicole Kolber, and
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Brooks of Delray Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kolber
of New York City.
A Kiddush in Faye's honor
will follow Shabbat morning
services.
Egyptian Publishers
At Israeli Fair
JERUSALEM (JTA) At
least two Egyptian publishers
participated in the Jerusalem
Book Fair here May 6-10. But
they came as individuals, not an
official delegation apparently
because the Cairo authorities
have not been very encouraging
and because they were concerned
about their sales in other Arab
countries.
This year's fair attracted
about 1,000 publishers from 40
countries. They put on display
some 100,000 books. The
countries represented include
Turkey, Hungary, Ireland and
Brazil.
The main event of the fair was
presentation of the Jerusalem
Prize for literature to a writer
whose works hsve given ex-
pression to the freedom of man
in society. This year's recipient
is Czechoeiovakian-bom Milan
Kundera.
Refreshments will be served.
B'nai B'rith Women Genesis
Chapter will hold their paid-up
membership luncheon, Thur-
sday, May 30, 12 noon in the
Administration Bldg., Century
Village West, Boca. Paid-up
members free, guests $2.50.
Reservations must be made by
calling Marion, 482-4594,
Roslyn, 483-3546, Kate 482-3156
or Elsie 483-0458.
ARMDI
American Red Magen David
for Israel Beersheba Chapter will
hold their next meeting Sunday,
May 26 at B'nai Torah
Congregation, 1401 N.W. 4th
Ave., Boca, 8 p.m. Collation,
dancing, entertainment will take
place after the meeting.
HADASSAH
Hadassah Shalom Delray
Chapter held the last meeting of
the season Tuesday, May 14, at
the Abbey Clubhouse, Villages
of Oriole. Installation of officers
took place.
ORT
Women's American ORT
North Pines Chapter will hold
their next meeting Monday, May
20 at the Adult Recreation
Center, 801 N.E. 1st Street,
Delray. Their guest speaker will
be dermatologist Dalia Kalai. All
are welcome to join them for
bagels and coffee. For further
information call 272-6913.
Women's American ORT Boca
Glades Chapter will hold their
next meeting, Monday, May 20,
12:30 p.m. at the Recreation
Center of the Pines of Boca
Barwood, 23380 Barwood Lane
So. Installation of officers will
take place. Refreshments will be
served. For further information,
call Lida Fox 482-6878.
Make your reservations now
for the theatre party at the
Caldwell Theatre, Sunday, May
26 for a George Gershwin Revue.
Dessert and coffee will be served
at the home of Rita Sadowsky
after the theatre. The cost is
$12.50 per person. For tickets
call Rita Sadowsky, 483-5787.
Women's American ORT
Oriole Chapter will hold their
next meeting, Thursday, May
23, 12:30 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Installation of officers
will take place.
JWV
Jewish War Veterans Post 266
and Ladies Auxiliary will hold
their next meeting Thursday,
May 23, 7 p.m. sharp at
Congregation Anshei Emuna,
16189 Carter Rd. Delray. All are
welcome to attend.
PIONEER WOMEN
Pioneer Women Zipporah Club
of Delray will hold their next
meeting, Tuesday, May 28 at
12:30 p.m. in the American
Savings Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. New members are
welcome. For enrollment and
membership information, call
499-1789. Refreshments will be
served.
Obituaries
FOX
Samuel. 68, of Village of Oriole, Delray
Beach, waa originally from New York.
He la survived by his wife Helen, son
Benjamin, daughter Sherry, three
brothers and one grandchild. He was a
member of Anshei Shalom. Beth Israel
Rubin Chapel, Delray Beach.
STRAUSSMAN
Max, 78. of Kings Point. Delray Beach
waa originally from Czechoslovakia. He
Is survived by his wife Ella, sons Jeffrey
and Robert sister Sadie Roaenfeld and
five grandchildren. He waa a member of
Anshei Emuna. Beth Israel Rubin
Chapel, Delray Beach.
"Technology With Tradition"
will set the theme at the District
VI Sixth Biennial Convention of
Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training) to be held
May 31-June 2, at the Hyatt
Palm Beaches, Palm Beach,
Florida. Four hundred delegates
representing more than 26,000
members frmen southeastern
states: Alabama, Florida,
Georgia, Mississippi, North
Carolina, South Carolina and
Tennessee will be in attendance.
This weekend convention is a
"first" for District VI and will
incorporate a Sabbath Service on
Friday evening and a Bar or Bat
Mitzvah Twinning on Saturday
morning. Twinning presents an
opportunity for a Soviet child to
become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah by
proxy. "Technology With
Tradition" will be felt
throughout the convention as
the delegates rededicate to
traditional values and prepare
for living in the 21st century.
Delegates from the South
Palm Beach County Region
include from Boca Raton: Norma
Heit, Anita Kessler, Doris
Glantz, Kay Freedman, Marilyn
Selevan; from Defray: Delia
Schmid, Sylvia Breitman,
Natalie Herman; from Boynton
Beach: Elayne Fischer, and
delegates from all the chapters.
Chairman for the convention
will be Zelda Magid,
corresponding secretary and
chairman of the Promotions Sub-
Committee of District VI.
Joining her as Co-Chairmen are
Selma Biller and Jean Zugman.
After coming to North Miami
Beach, Florida in 1975. Mrs.
Magid joined District VI as
Capital Funds and Golden Circle
chairman and started the
District on Major fund-raising.
Ms. Biller, Clearwater, Florida,
presently serves as chairman of
the District organization Sub-
Committee. Ms. Zugman,
Hollywood, Florida, serves as
Treasurer of District VI. These
women bring their expertise and
ORT dedication to their
positions.
Today, The International ORT
Network is comprised of 800
vocational and technical schools
located in 19 countries on five
continents. The Bramson ORT
Technical Institute in New York
City, the Jewish High School of
South Florida in North Miami
and the Los Angeles ORT
Technical Institute are bringing
ORT's experience and know-how
to the American scene. Women's
American ORT, founded in 1927,
is the largest of voluntary
groups in 40 nations which
support the global ORT
program.
Sylvia Snyder Elected President
of Pioneer Women-Kinneret
One of the highlights of the
current season for the Kinneret
Chapter of Pioneer Women in
Defray Beach will be the in-
stallation of officers at a Lun-
cheon at L'Hexagone, Boca
Raton on Monday, May 20 at 12
noon. Mildred Kahn, former
president of Kinneret Chapter
for two years, will be the in-
stalling officer.
The officers elect are: Sylvia
Snyder, president; Adele Fried,
executive vice president; Miriam
Levy and Lillian Silver, vice
presidents in charge of
Programming; Hazel Krop,
recording secretary for General
Meetings; Bea Wasserman,
recording secretary for Board
Meetings; Florence Kretchmar,
treasurer; Naomi Frankel,
financial secretary.
A musical program will follow.
The final meeting of the
Kinneret Chapter will take place
at noon Monday, June 17 at the
Palm Greens Clubhouse in
Delray Beach. A Luncheon and
Card Party will be the closing
event of the season. Tickets are
$5 each.
Community Calendar
May 20
Pioneer Women Kinneret Chapter meeting, 12 noon; Women's
League for Israel meeting, 10 a.m.; Women's American ORT
Pines North meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Temple Emeth Singles Board
meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Women's American ORT Sandalfoot
meeting, 1 p.m.; B'nai B'rith Naomi meeting, 12 noon; Women's
American ORT Boca Glades meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Temple Sinai
Sisterhood meeting
May 21
Women's American ORT Boca-Delray Board meeting, 8 pm.;
B'nai B'rith Delray Lodge No. 2965 meeting, 7:30 p.m.; B'nai
B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; American
Mizrachi Women AMIT meeting, 8 p.m.; Women's American
ORT All Points meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Pioneer Women Beersheba
meeting, 12 noon
May 23
Jewish War Veterans Post 266 meeting, 7 p.m.; B'nai B'rith
Palm Greens Lodge meeting, 7:30 p.m.; National Council
Jewish Women Boca Defray Board Workshop, 9:30 a.m.-2 p m.;
Women's American ORT Oriole meeting, 12:30 p.m.
May 24
Jewish War Veterans Snyder Tokson Post 469 Board meeting,
10 a.m.
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