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OF GREATER FORT LAUDE
Volume 19 Number 11
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, May 25, 1990
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Price: 36 cent*
200,000 March In Paris
French Non-Jews Lead
Anti-Semitism Protest
AJCommittee Honors
O'Connor Despite Slur
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Close to
200,000 people marched
through the center of Paris in
an unprecedented display of
solidarity with French Jews,
following the brutal desecra-
tion of the historic Jewish
cemetery in Carpentras four
days earlier.
President Francois Mitter-
rand was one of the marchers,
the first time since the end of
World War II that a president
of the French Republic partici-
pated in a street demonstra-
tion.
His presence was a measure
of the shock and outrage felt in
France over the incident, in
which a recently buried corpse
was unearthed and mutilated,
and 34 gravestones over-
turned.
Prime Minister Michel
Rocard took part in the
demonstration as well, saying
the great assemblage of people
would "show foreigners sha-
ken by crimes like that of
Carpentras that although our
nation, like others, harbors a
few sick criminals, France is
neither racist nor anti-
Semitic."
But the revulsion apparently
was not universal.
Only hours before the Paris
march, another 32 tombstones
were desecrated in the Jewish
cemetery in Clichy, a northern
quarter of Paris.
Anti-Semitic slogans were
daubed with red paint on the
graves and the cemetery walls.
Six headstones were painted
with Nazi emblems. Police
admit they have no clues, and
are urging witnesses to step
forward.
The body of the recently
disinterred man, Felix Ger-
mon, was again exhumed,
probably for forensic purposes.
The Parisians marched Mon-
Continued on Page 6
By ALLISON KAPLAN
NEW YORK
(JTA) Israeli j
officials and
American Jew-!
ish leaders reg-1
istered protests j
at the Catholic
Archdiocese
here after Car-
d inal John
O'Connor called
the move of 150
Jews into Jeru-1
salem's Chris- O'Connor
tian Quarter "obscene" and
raised the question of whether
a "conspiracy" exists to drive
Christians out of the Israel.
In his column in the weekly
newspaper Catholic New
York, O'Connor said there
were "perceptions on the part
of some that the move of the
settlers is only a signal of a
conspiracy to grab land all
over Israel currently occupied
by Christians."
The archbishop opened the
column by stating that "what
has happened in Jerusalem is
obscene and that "the Israeli
government has acted repre-
hensibly."
The Jewish community here
is particularly unhappy that
such harsh words came from
O'Connor, who is considered a
longtime friend of both Israel
and American Jews.
Continued on Page 2
BROTHER'S GRAVE ATTACKED CARPENTRAS,
FRANCE A Jewish man stands next to his brother's grave, one
of some SU desecrated in this south-central France town. Vandals
also dug up a new grave and impaled the body on an umbrella.
APIWide World Photo.
Church Leaders Lobby
For Palestinian State
Haifa Vandalism Suspects Caught
TEL AVIV (JTA) Two
Jewish men have been
detained for the desecration of
two Jewish cemeteries in
Haifa, in which 305 graves
were spray-painted with
rabidly anti-Jewish graffiti.
Police initially arrested a
41-year-old man with a history
of mental aberrations as the
prime suspect in the crime.
The second man, described as
a resident of a Haifa Bay town,
is a friend of the first suspect.
However, the police have not
ruled out an intifada-related
motive for the spray-painting
of violently anti-Jewish slo-
gans on tombstones at the
Kfar Samir and Hof Carmel
cemeteries.
By HOWARD ROSENBERG
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The United States must con-
tinue its dialogue with the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion to achieve peace in the
Middle East, the chairman of
the House subcommittee deal-
ing with the Middle East said.
"It is not feasible to obtain a
Palestinian-Israeli dialogue in
isolation or in disassociation
from the PLO," Rep. Lee
Hamilton (D-Ind.) told 125 vis-
iting members of Churches for
a Middle East Peace.
Likud May Seek Election
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Fru-
stration over demands being
put forth by the small parties
as conditions for joining a
Likud-led coalition may impel
Prime Minister-designate Yitz-
hak Shamir to seek new elec-
tions instead.
That was the message eman-
ating from Shamir's inner cir-
cle days after the Likud leader
received a 21-day extension of
his presidential mandate to
form a new government.
A Likud minister involved in
coalition negotiations insisted
that the gap was "steadily
narrowing" between Likud
and its potential partners. But
he conceded that problems
remain.
2 St. Lucie Congregations
So. Fla Temples Desecrated
Moshe Katsav, minister of
transport in the caretaker gov-
ernment, said the main prob-
lems are with the far-right-
wing Moledet party and the
ultra-Orthodox party Shas.
While Katsav was not spe-
cific, political sources said both
the hard-line Moledet and the
dovish Shas have reservations
over the new government's
policy guidelines.
The pro-Palestinian group,
comprised of a dozen Protest-
ant denominations, held a
three-day lobbying effort here,
dubbed Washington Advocacy
Days.
Hamilton, who chairs the
House Foreign Affairs sub-
committee on Europe and the
Middle East, said the 17-
month-old U.S. dialogue with
the PLO "weakens what was
previously a Soviet monopoly
in dealing with the PLO."
During its visit here, partici-
pants in the lobbying mission
had hoped to urge members of
Congress not to approve $400
million in loan guarantees to
building housing for Soviet
immigrants in Israel.
They seemed disappointed
Continued on Page 7
THIRD CLASS
BULK RATE
OS POSTAGE
PAID
JEWtSH
FLORIOIAN
By ELLEN ANN STEIN
Jewih FUmdian Staff Writer
Vicious desecrations of two
Treasure Coast synagogues
have sickened and outraged
congregants and residents of
two small, otherwise quiet
communities and prompted
calls by the Anti-Defamation
League for stiff penalties
should the violators be caught.
ADL officials believe the
incidents may be a sign of
increasing turf wars between
hate groups competing for
members and trying to prove
which
clout.
has more hate-filled
Spray-painted swastikas and
slogans such as "Six million
more," "Satan is a kike," and
"Adolph Hitler lives," were
discovered last week on two
St. Lucie County synagogues
located about 10 miles apart.
"Extinction is your evil
reward" was among the say-
ings sprayed on the walls of
Congregation Beth Israel in
Port St. Lucie. Five ugly mes-
sages and swastikas dese-
crated the white stucco walls
of Temple Beth El, j> White
City, just outside ForiPierce.
No othefibc'dentsl
reported m the st
Arthur Teitelbaum,
regional director of
But Teitelbajrfn called the
incidents "serjbus," and said
two state laws passed within
this decade will put the perpe-
trators in serious jeopardy.
The ADL has posted a $1,000
reward for information lead-
Continued on Page 2
News Scene
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel announced
a decision in principle to reopen the Arab
universities in the West Bank that the
authorities shut down as trouble spots
when the intifada began 29 months ago.
WASHINGTON U.S. Jewish groups
are worried that they may have to absorb a
larger tax bite from Uncle Sam and local
governments in the 1990s.
WASHINGTON Secretary of State
James Baker travels to Moscow to prepare
for the upcoming superpower summit in
Washington. What remains unclear is
whether the United States will waive trade
sanctions against the Soviet Union.


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale/Friday, May 25, 1990
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Shavuot Joy and Sorrow
Shavuot, celebrated since the third cen-
tury as the day on which Moses received
the Torah, is one of the three festivals on
which Jews are to make a pilgrimmage to
Jerusalem.
This year, the Feast of Weeks or Harvest
Feast, as Shavuot also is known, comes at a
time of simultaneous joy and sorrow for
Israel and the Jewish people. Among the
joys and sorrows:
Aliyah from the Soviet Union now is
estimated at 150,000 for the year. But the
Conference of Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations warns that
Israel's difficulty in handling the new olim
may result in great pressure for the United
States to expand its quota of Soviet Jewish
immigrants.
Hundreds of thousands march in Paris
against anti-Semitism, but there are addi-
tional French Jewish graves which suffer
desecration.
Israel prepares to observe Jerusalem Day
with an ever-growing Jewish population in
the capital city, but American church
groups join with Arab nations in denounc-
ing the settlement of Jews in the Christian
Quarter.
With the Torah central to Judaism since
its gift at Mount Sinai, it is fitting that we
observe Shavuot with a determination that
the current exodus from the Soviet be as
significant as the original exodus from
Egypt.
Militants Rally
Against Soviets
By ELENA NEUMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) "Rus-
sian Nazis out of New York!"
and "No U.S. government
money to anti-Semites!" was
the greeting seven Soviet liter-
ary figures, some of whom are
believed to be anti-Semitic,
received upon arrival in New
York.
Members of the Jewish
Defense Organization, a small
militant offshoot of the Jewish
Defense League, demon-
strated outside their hotel to
protest their being in New
York.
A meeting between the writ-
ers and a delegation from the
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica was canceled at the last
minute. The ZOA says the can-
cellation was a direct response
to the demonstration.
"It took three weeks to
organize this meeting," said
Vitaly Lekhter, president of
ZOA's Soviet Jewish Division.
"We were trying to confront
them. It was necessary for us
to meet them personally in
order to expose them to the
media."
Lekhter said the United
States Information Agency
told him that "they are afraid
to meet with us because Mor-
dechai Levy staged a violent
demonstration."
Not true, says the USIA,
which is sponsoring the writ-
ers' national tour. "They were
angry that too many meetings
were pushed into their few
days in New York. They were
simply overbooked," said
Donna Shirreffs, acting direc-
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Friday, May 25, 1990/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 5
Pictured rt/^tetiftUwn of Coconut Creek/Fort Myers chapters of American Red Magen
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RoM"' 'nold La&ker and Robert L. Schwartz, Director, ARMDI Southeast Region.
Synagogue News
Temple Emeth
Rabbi Dr. Lester Hering and
Cantor Zvi Adler of Temple
Emeth, Delray Beach, will con-
duct Shavuoth Services with a
special program celebrating
the "Giving of the 10 Com-
mandments." On Tuesday eve,
May 29, services will begin at
6:30 p.m. The Wednesday and
Thursday morning services
will commence at 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday eve service will be
at 6:30 p.m., and Thursday
night at 8:00 p.m.
The Traditional Yizkor Ser-
vice will be recited on Thurs-
day morning. Rabbi Hering's
sermon will reflect the mood of
the Festival, and Cantor
Adler's liturgical renditions
will enhance this "Season of
the Giving of the Torah." The
biblical scroll, the "Book of
Ruth" read in synagogues
throughout the world, will be
chanted on the second day of
Shavuoth.
Temple Kol Ami
On Friday evening, May 25,
services will begin at 8:15
under the leadership of Rabbi
Sheldon J. Harr and Cantor
Seymour Schwartzman. At
Police Halt
Betar Clash
With Nazis
PARIS (JTA) Riot police
intervened to break up a street
brawl between young neo-
Nazis and a group identified as
members of Betar, the revi-
sionist Zionist youth move-
ment linked to the Herut wing
of Likud.
The neo-Nazi youth, mem-
bers of French royalist and
Catholic fundamentalist
organizations, attempted to
demonstrate in a religious
parade around a young girl
attired as Joan of Arc, but
were restrained by police.
Other youngsters waving an
Israeli flag hurled a crowbar
through the window of a
nearby bookshop that special-
izes in anti- Semitic literature.
According to witnesses, the
shop owner aimed a gun at the
attackers, who were by then
engaged in fistfights with the
neo- Nazis. No injuries were
reported.
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this time, Brodie Herman,
daughter of Martin Herman
and Barbara Herman, and Joy
Mekler, daughter of Leo and
Lesley Mekler, will be called to
the Torah in honor of their
B'nait Mitzvah.
On Saturday morning, May
26, services will begin at 10:30.
At this time, Heather and
Joshua Rosenthal, children of
Rickie and Jeffrey Rosenthal,
will be called to the Torah in
honor of their B'Nait Mitzvah.
On Saturday morning, June
2, services will begin at 10:30
under the leadership of Rabbi
Harr and Cantor Schwartz-
man. At this time, Sara Lazar,
daughter of Clara and Joel
Lazar, and Evas Steinlauf, son
of Stephanie and Daniel Stei-
nlauf, will be called to the
Torah in honor of their B'nait
Mitzvah.
IDF Will Buy
Stinger Missiles
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
IDF has decided to purchase
Stinger missiles from the Uni-
ted States. The Stinger, a
shoulder-fired weapon, is
regarded as a highly efficient
personal weapon against low-
flying planes and helicopters.
Decision to buy the American-
made missiles, which cost
$100,000 each, followed can-
cellation of an earlier project
for a joint U.S.-Israel design
and production of a similar
new personal anti-aircraft mis-
sile.
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French Protest
Continued from Page 1
day night under a single ban-
ner: "No to Racism. No to
Anti-Semitism."
Massive procession WM led
by Rocard and Danielle Mitter-
rand, the president's wife.
They were followed by dozens
of ministers, opposition lead-
ers, Catholic prelates, cardin-
als, the archbishop of Lyon,
the head of France's Episcopal
Conference and trade union
representatives.
Virtually the entire French
political spectrum was repre-
sented, except the far right.
Jean-Marie Le Pen's
extreme right-wing National
Front, hated and feared for its
blatant racism and ill-
disguised anti- Semitism, was
warned to keep away.
Some 40 Jewish students at
University of California, Santa
Cruz, have found themselves
in the middle of an anti-
Semitic, anti-Zionist attack
during what had been billed as
a "free speech" rally.
The rally last week was the
second of two events organ-
ized by the Uhuru Solidarity
Committee, an off-campus
white group that supports
black power. Both events
reportedly were riddled with
anti-Semitism.
Last week's rally, purport-
edly called by Uhuru to protest
the banning of its events from
one of the eight resident col-
leges that make up the Santa
Cruz campus, featured more of
the same.
A Palestinian student
sparked an angry protest at
San Francisco State Univer-
sity last week when he
arranged for the student gov-
ernment swearing-in to start
with a song equating fascism
with Zionism.
Six students, four of them
Jews, angrily walked out of
the annual event at SFSU's
Student Union minutes after
the anti-Zionist song began.
The performance by the
singing trio Al-Awda (Arabic
for "The Return") had been
arranged by Hatem Bazian,
the newly elected president of
the student government.
The group sang the lines
"Israel has blood on its hands"
and "Fascists and Zionists
sure act the same," with the
refrain "free Palestine now."
*
Marchers included concen-
tration camp survivors wear-
ing their striped prison uni-
forms, some with Stars of
David pinned to their chests.
There were many schoolchil-
dren, many non-Jews and a
sprinkling of North African*
and blacks who joined tM-
demonstration, which becant
a denunciation of racism in ill
its forms.
N.Y. Rabbis Honor Orthodox Leader
DENVER (JTA) Dr. Stanley Wagner, rabbi of the
BMH Congregation, received the Libby and Rabbi Israel
Mowshowitz Award of the New York Board of Rabbis for
distinguished community service. Wagner is the first
Orthodox rabbi to receive the award.
Glasgow May Honor Arafat
GLASGOW (JTA) Yasir Arafat may be given the
freedom of the city of Glasgow, an honor normally
conferred on someone who has rendered special service to
the city. Talks have been taking place between councilors
of Scotland's largest city and pro-Palestinian groups.
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Church Leaders Lobby
For Palestinian State
Friday, May 25, 1990/The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale Page 7
Continued from Page 1
when Hamilton told them,
"That seems to be moving
through the Congress without
much opposition.'
In fact, both the Senate and
House have approved the loan
guarantees and are now recon-
ciling differences in the two
pieces of legislation.
But Hamilton seemed sym-
pathetic to the aims of the
church group, saying it pro-
vides "a badly needed voice to
give us more balance" on the
Middle East.
He also told the group that
"in the longer term, over time,
the proportion of assistance
that goes to Israel and Egypt,
in my view, should be
reduced."
Gordon Shull, a-Presbyter-
ian from Wooster, Ohio,
received applause when he
asked why the United States
does not "say vigorously to
Israel, 'Look, you've got to
accept a Palestinian state.
You've got to talk to Arafat
today or you'll be talking with
Habash in 10 years, and you've
got to stop stomping on the
West Bank."
George Habash heads the
radical Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, while
Yasir Arafat heads the more
moderate Al Fatah wing of the
PLO.
But Hamilton responded,
"We can't force them to do
something that they perceive
to be against their national
interest, even though we pro-
vide $3 billion worth of aid,
closer to $4 bullion."
"What gives us the arro-
gance to decide that we know
what's best for the Middle
East?" Hamilton asked.
Habima Slated
By East Berlin
BONN (JTA) The national
Israeli theater, Habima, is to
perform in East Berlin next
month, becoming the first
Israeli group to stage a play in
East Germany.
The play scheduled to be
preformed in East Berlin,
"Else," has been written by
the Israeli author Motti Ler-
ner. It is based on the biogra-
phy of Else Lasker-Schuler, a
Jewish writer who was born in
Wuppertal in 1869 and later
moved to Berlin.
The group gave its biggest
round of applause after
Andrew Harless, a Presbyter-
ian from Sarasota, Fla., asked,
"How can we save Congress
from the Israeli lobby," so that
it is "not constantly feeling
any fear of being voted out of
office" or "bought out of
office?"
"It is interesting to me that
you did not include the admin-
istration in that," Hamilton
retorted. "There's no less a tilt
in the executive branch than in
the Congress."
Foreign aid is popular
"because of the very sophisti-
cated and powerful and well-
financed Jewish lobby," said
Hamilton. "But it would be a
mistake to assume that that's
the only reason.
"I represent an area of
southeastern Indiana. I don't
have in my district a single
Jewish synagogue," he said.
But "I find among the funda-
mentalist Christian churches
as strong a support for Israel
as I find in the synagogues,"
he said.
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Act On Intifada
MA'ALEH ADUMIM, West
Bank (JTA) The residents of
this all-Jewish township of
13,500 are angry, frustrated
and all too ready to take the
law into their own hands.
They are sick of the Palestin-
ian uprising in the West Bank
and Gaza Strip, which marked
the end of its 29th month.
The problem is that intifada
not only shows no signs of
ending, it is getting worse.
According to police statis-
tics, at least 161 vehicles
owned by Ma'aleh Adumim
residents were stoned last
month. That was up from 100
vehicles in March.
The people of this township,
located due east of Jerusalem,
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tion.
"The army and the police
failed to restore order, so we
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