The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Physical Description:
4 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 41 (Dec. 24, 1982)-v. 11, no. 26 (Aug. 30, 1985).
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)


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VOLUME 10-NUMBER 15
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
-FRIDAY, APRIL 13,1964
PRICE 35 CENTS
Super Sunday Puts Campaign Over $5 Million Mark
The enthusiasm of over 300
llunteers and an over-
lelmingly positive response
I behalf of the community
Imbined to make this year's
Iper Sundav a super success.
Kir closing total was
[30 166 and we expect to go
|er $350,000 when the
|]|ow-up mail appeal is
fcipleted," stated Sy and
hoda Cole, Super Sunday co-
lairmen. "Everything went
[well and we are grateful to
j [he volunteers, the staff of
leJewish federation of Palm
Lch ( "iimy and the
Immunity for making it all
bssible "
Inside
Do Jews Vote
As A Bloc?
[In a news conference
I American Jewish Com-
mittee of licia Is analyzed
[the Jewish vote from a
historical perspective
and warned against ex-
pecting Jews to vote ac-
cording to one issue
only. Page 14
Sisterhoods
(Share Passover
Recipes
Try a new recipe for
Passover. Several local
Sisterhoods have
published cookbooks
which include Passover
recipes some of which
| are reprinted on Page 7
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Passover and
{The Elderly
Members of the Jewish
^deration of Palm
j Beach County Chaplain
Aide Program will be
conducting Seder aer-
ies at local nursing
'icilities. Murray Kern,
chairman, explains why
"'is so meaningful to
ne elderly. Page 5
The total on the Super Sunday tote board pushes the campaign over the $5
million mark.
The community wide
phonathon to raise funds for
the 1984 Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County-United
Jewish Apeal campaign was
held on April I at the Royce
Hotel. An effort was made to
reach out to new people in the
community and to those who
had not made their 1984
commitment. Volunteers,
representing all areas of the
community and all ages, came
in shifts to telephone over
14,000 of their fellow Jews to
seek a pledge for their
voluntary support and
commitment to help Jews
everywhere. "We. asked
everyone for a minimum of
Chai $18," stated Cole.
"When a volunteer received a
pledge of over $100, a balloon
was tied to his chair denoting
the amount. Some people
looked like they were almost
ready to take off they had
so many. Our biggest donation
was $20,000 and was that
volunteer thrilled who received
it!"
"One of the most gratifying
aspects has been the number
of people we were able to
reach who have not made a
pledge before or who are
newcomers to the community
and are making donations this
year," Mated Cole. Mrs. Cole
agreed. "I think more people
are beginning to realize that
sometime someone in their
family, or someone they
know, is going to need the
Morse Geriatric Center or the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Or they are going to
want to avail themselves of the
Jewish programs and activities
at the Jewish Community
Center.
"More people are beginning
Continued on Page 13-
Peres Unchallenged
I Won't Run In July 23 RaceNavon
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Yitzhak Navon
has decided not to run for the leadership of
the Labor Party. The former President an-
nounced his decision at a press conference
here last Friday morning, having previously
informed party Chairman Shimon Peres.
As a result, Peres will be unchallenged as
Labor's candidate for Premier in the July 23
elections. Former Premier Yitzhak Rabin,
Peres's perennial rival, will also not be chan-
lenging Peres for leadership. He confirmed
this Friday afternoon by saying that Peres
would be reelected unnanimously to the lead-
ership.
NAVON'S announcement came after two
days of intense speculation in the party and
the public, and after intense pressures and
counter-pressures on the former President.
Navon acknowledged frankly that his wide
personal popularity might have been an asset
had he been the'party's candidate. He said he
had been under pressure to make a bid for
leadership ever since stepping down after a
five-year term.
"In my heart I believed I must do it," he
said. And he would indeed have done so
had the party been prepared to unite behind
his candidacy.
Returning home from abroad last month
before the Knesset voted to hold early elec-
tions, Navon said he found "an atmosphere
of conciliation" in Labor and a desire by
both Peres and Rabin to avoid a leadership
contest at this time.
IN THE LIKUD, meanwhile, a leadership
tussle has become a certainty following Ariel
Sharon's formal announcement Friday that
he would run in the Herut Central Committee
against Premier Yitzhak Shamir. Sharon said
he sought "the best possible team to lead
Likud."
Still unknown, though, are Deputy
Continued on Page 4
Yitzhak Navon
The office of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
t ounty will be closed Tuesday, April 17, and Wednesday,
APnl 18, in observance of Passover.
A Gift of Life At Passover
Myron J. Nickman, general campaign chairman of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, announced that
a final mail appeal has been planned by the Federation on
behalf of the 1984 Federation-United Jewish Appeal
campaign.
The mail appeal will be directed to those in the com-
munity who have not yet made their 1984 commitment and
those who asked to have pledge cards sent from Super
Sunday. It is estimated that approximately 3,000 cards will
be mailed out to the community. People who pledged on
Super Sunday will also receive a card acknowledging their
contribution and inviting payment of the Super Sunday
pledge.
Nickman stated, "We hope that at this most important
season of the year and the critical period of our Jewish
history, members of the community will respond
generously and give a 'gift of life' at Passover. We ask
everyone in the community to join with thousands of their
fellow Jews to help us ensure that those who are less
fortunate than ourselves will live a life full of purpose and
dignity, free from oppression and suffering."
"Let us make this a special Passover celebration,"
stated Marva Perrin, Women's Division campaign
chairman, "by showing our concern for fellow Jews
wherever they may be, and help make this a most
meaningful Passover."


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,efter and Cahoon To Chair
Community To Hold
Holocaust Observance
Leviton, chairman of
rcommunity RetodoM
til of the Jewish Federa-
f Palm Beach County
fnced that the Commu-
| Holocaust Observance
held on Sunday, April
|-30 p.m., at Temple
,1901 No. Flagler Dr.
observance will feature
Wave," a 40 minute
, about a high school
studies teacher and his
experiment in group
Sor This experiment,
sfmulates the behavior
zi Gemany, gives the
. a chance to understand
kver-present danger of
arianism. The film will
ed by a panel discus-
Memorial ceremonies
so be held.
fcda Shefter and Rev.
Cahoon have been
to co-chair the
Kunity Holocaust
hance.
commenting about the
Intments Mrs. Leviton
f'Both women have been
|lv involved in their
Unities and are sensitive
he need to keep the
fry of the Holocaust alive
will not be repeated.
organizational skills and
sense of caring will
late into a most mean-
Community Holocaust
vance."
leda Shefter is chairman
he Jewish Federation's
aust Commemoration
nittee. She participated
Frieda Shefter
in Women's Division's first
Business and Professional
Cameo Mission to Isiael in
October 1983.
Mrs. Shefter is a past board
member of National Council
of Jewish Women and ORT
and is a charter member of the
Women's League of the
Jewish Community Center.
She had served on the steering
committee of the Jewish
Federation's Young Leader-
ship Development and on the
membership committee of
Temple Beth El.
Rev. Cahoon is the execu-
tive director of CROS,
Christians Reaching Out To
Society, Inc., an urban
ministry program established
and sponsored by the United
Pamela Caboon
Methodist Church. After
graduating from the Candler
School of Theology of Emory
University, Rev. Cahoon was
the associate pastor at St. Paul
United Methodist Church in
Jacksonville, Fl. prior to her
present position.
She serves on the Commu-
nity Action council of Palm
Beach County and is the past
chairman of the Council on
Child Abuse and Neglect,
Inc., which established the
Children's Place, a crisis
nursery for potentially abused
and neglected children.
For more information
contact Rabbi Alan Sherman,
CRC director, at the Federa-
tion office 832-2120.
JCDS Holds First
Purim Coronation Ball
iplc beth El Kadima and
Community Day
I hosted the First
il Arvot Sub-regional
Coronation Ball and
light at the JCDS
is on Saturday evening
[h 31 through Sunday,
fhe entire program
lonceiu'd and designed by
CiaryG. Kessler, youth
r of Iemple Beth El
tadima advisor, assisted
lack Rosenbaum of the
[h Community Day
One hundred and ten boys
and girls with their advisors
from seven Kadima chapters
of West Palm Beach, North
Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale,
Boca Raton, Miami, Tamarac
and Miami Beach attended
this two day event. The pro-
:ram consisted of a presen-
.ation by Irving Desfor, a
I rofessional magician from
L'elray, and the first annual
ciowning of a Purim Kadima
king (won by Shawn Chalnick
of Temple Zion, Miami) and
qu:en (won by Shari Konigs-
bu-R of Temple Beth El in
\
I
i Coronation Ball contestants wait for their turn to answer
ions on Jewish values, one of the three categories il the
lon to be crowned king and qneen.
West Palm Beach).
Each chapter's king and
queen nominees competed in
three categories: talent, ap-
pearance and answering
Jewish values questions.
Judges were Ann Lynn
Lipton, Jewish education
director of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County;
Linda Chazin; William Glater;
Jim Hilliker; Director of
theater at Jupiter High
School; and Kerry White,
director of theater at Spady
Elementary School in Delray.
Prizes were awarded for first,
second and third place.
The coronation was
followed by a dance and a late
night movie. On Sunday,
April 1, morning services were
held followed by athletics led
by Ron Evans, athletic direc-
tor JCDS, and a roller skating
party with lunch.
This is the first such Kadima
event ever held in West Palm
Beach and rated by the
Southeast Region as one of the
best Kadima functions of the
year according to the Region.
The planning committee
consisted of Rachel Pevsner,
chairman; Kara Click, Tammy
Virshup, Elizabeth Lerner,
Jessica Roth, Gregg Tar-
takow, Allen Teboul, Mark
Kirsch, Alan Pariser, Bree
Dellerson, Shari Cohan, Tracy
Hellerer, Deborah Pevsner,
and Stacy Pariser.
Announcement
To The Community
The nominating committee of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County informs and advises that the following
slate of officers and board of directors was submitted at
the regular March 28 meeting of the board and will be
presented on May 23, 1984.
OFFICERS
President...........................Myron Nickman
Vice President.......................Peter Cummings
Vice President........................Alec Engelstein
Vice President.......................Arnold Lampert
Vice President.........................Barbara Tanen
Vice President........................Alvin Wilensky
Treasurer................................Barry Berg
Secretary....................Dr. Elizabeth S. Shulman
BOARD MEMBERS 9-year terms ending Jnne 1987
Bennett Berman Nathan Kosowski
Erwin Blonder Elsie Leviton
M. Kalman Gitomer H. Irwin Levy
Murray Goodman Cynnie List
Carol Greenbaum Berenice Rogers
Henry Grossman Phillip Siskin
Sidney Kohl Harold Streem
2-year terms ending June 1986
Emanuel Goldberg Paul Shapiro
1-yenr termendingJunel985
Heinz Eppler Ruthe Eppler
John Moss
Respectfully submitted by the Nominating Committee,
Jerome Tishman, Chairman
Lionel Greenbaum Marva Perrin
Helen Hoffman (at large) (at large) David Schimmel
Charles Jacobson Mortimer Weiss
Robert E. List Michael Zimmerman
Support/Therapy Group
To Aid Caregivers
Many chronically ill people
need assistance with their daily
living activities. Often they
rely on their families for help
with these tasks. The person
who provides this physical or
emotional support is known as
. a caregiver.
The responsibilities placed
on the caregiver by the ill
person can become both
physically and emotionally
stressful. Caregivers often
have mixed feelings about
their role. Their emotions may
range from anger, frustration
and guilt to a sense of personal
satisfaction over their ability
to cope with and master the
added responsibilities they
face in caring for a chronically
ill person over an extended
period of time.
The group experience may
reduce the caregiver's feelings
of isolation. The group is a
forum to share experiences
and emotions that are com-
mon to the caregiving ex-
perience. This can help to
reduce the tensions and
frustrations that are part of
the caregiver's role.
Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc., recognizes the
needs of such clients and is
offering a caregivers group at
its office, 2250 Palm Beach
Lakes Boulevard, Suite 104,
West Palm Beach. This
support-therapy group will be
led by Eugene Topperman,
Licensed Clinical Caseworker.
Advance registration is
required; for further in-
formation contact Mr.
Topperman at JF and CS (684-
1991), Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. A
"sliding" fee for this service
will be utilized.
In conjuction with the Community-wide Celebration of
Israel's 36th Birthday (Yom Haatsmaut), students from
Pre-School to 12th Grade are invited to participate in the:
"ISRAEL IS LIFE"
CONTEST
IT* entries may be a written essay or a graphic presentation
CATEGORIES
1. Pre-School & Kindergarten
2. Primary Grades 1,2, & 3
3. Intermediate Grades 4, 5, & 6
4. Junior High School Grades 7,8 & 9
5. High School Grades 10,11. & 12
Two prizes will be awarded in each age category for both
essay and graphics. Judges will include community
leaders and educators.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES APRIL 25,1984
Submit entries to either:
Ann Lipton
Jewish Education Director
Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
501 So. Flagler Dr.
GailKressal
Early Childhood Director
Jewish Community Center
of the Palm Beaches
2415 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach, FL. 33401 West Palm Beach, FL 33409


All Will Benefit from DefeiuflW Amendmem
Some Reagan Administration critics are
saying that the President pushed for a
school prayer amendment to the Con-
stitution now in order to pay his debt to the
ultra-Conservative forces in the Republican
Party whose support he would h'Ve to have
again in this election year.
They say that Mr. Reagan didn't really
expect the amendment would pass through
the Senate: now that it has failed, he can
walk away from the incident feeling that he
hadn't really done any harm but was
merely politicking.
If that is true, then the President is
guilty of having committed an especially
dastardly thing. We do not hold with these
critics. We prefer to think of his effort
merely on its face. In our view, on its face,
the school prayer amendment was bad
enough.
Every religious persuasion in the nation
had much to fear were the amendment to
have passed. This was especially true for
minorities. For the Jewish community,
which argued so strenuously against the
amendment, their children will be spared
the embarrassment and sectarianism which
could have prevailed had the Senate not
defeated the proposal.
But we prefer to believe that all religions
will benefit. The fact is that the church-
state separation principle, unique to
American life, has served the nation well
since its inception. Indeed, the principle
has served us so well, that we are prone to
forget why it was established in the first
place.
Spiritual Intimidation
A brief review of European history is all
that is needed to remind us of the basis for
the Founding Fathers' wise decision.
Public school prayer has potentially
dangerous implications that could have led
to a separation of students on a religious
basis. But the far broader impact would be
a return to the era of the zealot, whose
devotion to God as he sees it drives him
ultimately to impose that devotion on all
others. including institutions. as well.
In the implementation of public school
prayer, were the amendment to have
passed, it is precisely the zealot whom all of
us would have had to fear. For it is the
zealot s personal view of God as he sees it
that would have constituted im-
plementation of the amendment.
Such an amendment would do little to
help all people develop a better un-
derstanding of religious and cultural
diversity. Such an amendment would have
opened the door to spiritual'' nourishment
by intimidation.
An Object Lesson
The career of the French legendary
figure. Charles de Gaulle, does not inspire
either admiration or kindly words from
those who recall the role of France in World
War 11. For Jews especially, le grand
Charles is a figure of frank hostility.
For it was Charles de Gaulle who. in the
wake of the 1967 Six-Day War, imposed a
cruel and senseless embargo upon trade
with Israel, thus ending a brief era of
Jewish floridian
Franco-Israel friendship that, up until
then, had been heartwarming.
In fact some observers trace the new
spauofanti^mitism in *~g+f
this hardening of attitude toward Israel
that De Gaulle fathered.
ML from a specifically French point of
view. De Gaulle achieved many E"J
of them was a reduction of the multitude of
political parties in his country that tore the
governing process apart and made it
virtually impossible for anything like
proper French rule.
This is an achievement from which
Israel, itself, may well learn a valuable
lesson. The early elections slated for July
23 demonstrate once again, if demon-
stration is indeed necessary, that coalition
government in Israel is a hazard that it
should not continue to suffer. For coalition
government, especially in the face of such a
multitude of parties as exist in Israel. in
fact boils down to government by in-
timidation.
The number of compromising deals that
a coalition leader must make, from David
Ben-Gurion to the president premier,
Yitzhak Shamir, is staggering. With the
current crises in the economy and in
Lebanon, yet one more political crisis is
hardly necessary.
Still, such is the system in Israel that
early elections were inevitable. Charles de
Gaulle can, by emulation, teach Israel
much. As, incidentally, can the electoral
system in West Germany where a
minimum five percent of the total vote is
needed before splinter political entities can
claim seats in the Bundestag. A similar
system would be a boon for the Knesset.
De Gaulle and the Bundestag may be
strange role models for Israel, but it would
be hard to find better ones in this instance.
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Random Thoughts
By MURIEL LEVITT
I *rite in anticipation of the
Passover holiday. It is spring
when all trees bud, flowers
bloom, and the very air we
breathe is fresh, full of
delight, and heavy with
chicken fat. This season never
arrives but that I recall the
flurry of activity that took
place in my home w hen I w as a
child. Maybe you also have
similar memories.
At the outset. I must tell you
that I rarely, if ever, heard the
word "Passover." To our
family it was always Pesach.
We were not sophisticated or
very wordly in those days and
pretty much stuck to the ways
of our parents and grand-
parents. They called it Pesach,
and Pesach it was.
First came spring cleaning.
My mother, the master
sergeant, impressed my sister
and me into service. We
cleaned,
polished
sparkled.
allowed
mother's
were for
scrubbed, and
till our apartment
No mop was ever
to infiltrate my
equipment. Mops
shirkers. In her
opinion, a properly cleaned
floor meant getting down on
your hands and knees to
scrub. And scrub we did.
Everyone shared the work and
there were no exceptions. Each
room got the full treatment
but the kitchen was our really
big job. Every closet was
emptied and washed down. A]
chometz was destroyed, dishes
were packed away, and the
smell of ammonia was so
strong that it cleared your
sinuses with one whiff. The
Pesach dishes were brought
out of their hiding place and i
special wooden board covered
the sink. We were ready!
The next step wu
marketing. This meant going
from store to store and
Continued On Page 16
Peres Unchallenged
Continued frosn Pag* 1
Premier David Levy's intentions. Some
observers felt Levy's chances in Herut would
have been strengthened had Navon run for
Labor. On the other hand, there is a theory
among some pundits that Levy will seek his
party's mandate now on the grounds that he,
with his broad-based popularity, would stand
a better chance against the lackluster Peres
than would Shamir.
Friday. April 13. 1984
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|7f^dio/TV Highlights $f
urMAlC Sunday, April 15, 9 a.m. WPTV
* i < with host Barbara Gordon interview with
Ch Roosevelt, sn of E|canor and Fnk,i'1 Roosevelt.
ithaYIM Sunday, April 15, 7:30 a.m.
# aL H4o AM with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub -
jfhe Jewish Listener's Digest, a radio magazine.
SWISH MUSIC AND CULTURE HOUR Sunday,
H 15 6 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
Simon Silverman.
QHALOM Sunday. April 15, 10 a.m. WPEC
Channel 12 (8:30 a.m. ON TV Channel 51) with host
Richard Peritz.
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Community Calendar
B-JaiB-rith No. 3015-board-1 p.m.
Temple Beth David Sisterhood road rally
Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club 10 a.m.
Congregation Aitz Chaim board 10 a.m. Temple Beth
Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3132 -
10a.m.
April 16 .....
Passover Eve Brandeis University Women Boynton
Beach noon Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl board -
10 a m. American Jewish Congress 12:30 p.m.
Pioneer Women Ezrat 1 p.m. Women's American
ORT- Haverhill 11:30 a.m. Pioneer Women Cypress
Lakes-seder -7 p.m.
April 17
First Day of Passover B'nai B'rith Women Menorah -
board 10 a.m. Yiddish Culture Group Century Village
-10 a.m. Women's American ORT Boynton Beach 1
p.m.
April 18
Second Day of Passover* B'nai B'rith No. 3115 8 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group Cresthaven Jewish Community
Center-board-8 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3015 7:30 p.m.
April 19
Hadassah Golda Meir 12:30 p.m. Women's American
ORT Lake Worth Covered Bridge board 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Women Olam board 10 a.m. National
Council ol Jewish Women Okeechobee Unit I p.m.
Hada^ah Yovel 12 noon.
Elderly Look Forward To Passover
For the Sake of Israel Become One of the
VOLUNTEERS FOR ISRAEL
Help Relieve Manpower Shortages
Perform Civilian Support Duties in Israel
For the
Israel Defense Forces
Anyone between the ages of 18-60 can volunteer.
Dentists, hygienists and engineers are desperately needed
For More Information Contact
Al Rosoff, Palm Beach County director
832-2120
By MURRAY J. KERN
Chairman, Chaplain
Aide Program
Although the escape to
freedom is a traditional theme
of the Passover Holiday,
escape, in another sense,
becomes a reality at Passover
for residents of nursing
facilities; that is, escape from
the routine of institutional
living. These confined elderly
look forward to the Passover
Seder to enjoy that escape.
The Seder, in some cases,
will not be elaborate.
However, the residents look
forward to tasting traditional
Passover foods. Sometimes
family members come to join
them for the Seder. But,
despite physical or sensory
deficiencies and, in some
cases, impaired cognitive
processes, the residents look
forward to hearing the story of
Passover and participating in
the chanting. Tears, smiles,
clapping and the sound of
their voices in song provide the
evidence.
Perhaps Passover is the
holiday that stands out above
the rest for these elderly
because of the memories it
evokes of happy Seders long
gone. In the sense of escape
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Jewish Community Center.
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to conduct or assist at Sabbath
and holiday services, please
call the office of the
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Page 6 The Jewish Horidian of Palm Beach County Friday. April 13.1964
Our Common Seder Table
Stretches Thousands Of Miles
34 Kiev Jews
Dear Brothers and Sisters in
America:
The Jewish holiday of Pass-
over is approaching. All
Jewish people throughout the
world will sit at special gather-
ings, Sedarim, as though we
were one family. Our common
Seder table stretches thou-
sands of miles and is divided
by land and v.ater. Yet, we are
all united together as one.
We see the beautiful eyes of
our Jewish sisters and feel the
strong handshake of our
Jewish brothers.
Your support gives us new
strength to continue in our
struggle for freedom. We shall
read the Haggadah at the
Seder table. It teaches us to
celebrate Passover like our
ancestors in Egypt. But the
history of Exodus is not only
history to us. It is a reality.
They force us to forget our
national traditions; they don't
allow us to come to the syna-
gogue on the Shabbat; we
cannot learn basic Hebrew
language and the history of
Israel. Many of us are im-
prisoned for our desires to go
to Israel. We shall overcome
our modern Egypt, like thou-
sands of years ago, we shall
overcome our enemies of
toda>.
All Jews in the world:
Shelach Et Ami:
Let My People Go!
L'shanah Ha"baah B'Veru-
shalayim! Next Year in Jeru-
salem!
'Next Year In Jerusalem'
Herewith Anatoh ShcHaranskyS closing words
at His trToeo're e,ng draped away labor from notes taken by His brother, Leonid.
In March and April, dunng interrogation the chief
investigators warned me that in the position I have taken
during investigation, and held to here in court. I ou d be
threatened with execution by firing squad or at easIJ
ears. If I would agree to co-operate with the for the purpose of destroying the Jewish ernigrat on
movement, they promised me early freedom and a quick
reunion wiht my wife.
Five years ago, I submitted m> application for exit to
Israel. Now I'm further than ever from ntj dream, it
would seem to be cause for regret. But it is absolutely
otherwise. I am happy. I am happy that 1 lived honestly. In
peace with my conscience. I neve- conpromttN my soui,
even under the threat of death.
I am happy that I helper peopk I am proud that I
knew and worked with such r.:-:- brave, and courageous
people as Sakharov. Orlov. Ginrburg h; are carrying on
the traditions of the Russ.ar. intelligentsia I am fortunate
to have been witness to the r- .. the liberation ot
JewsoftheL.S.S.R.
I hope that the absurd .-.. jainsi me and the
entire Jewish emigration movement will not hinder the
liberation of m> people. V ends now
how I war.:.- acl in the emigration
movement for a life with my wife. \\ al. in Israel.
For more than 2 rle- m>
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Potpourri of Passover Recipes
PASSOVER HONEYED CHICKEN
I Cup oil
Kblespoons water
fryers, cut up
Lp matzo meal
[easpoon salt
T teaspoon pepper
Up hot water
|Cup honey
Lup orange juice .,_
EL oil in skillet. Beat eggs and 2 tablespoons water
I her Mix matzo meal, salt and pepper. Dip chicken in
("mixture and roll in matzo meal mixture. Brown in hot
P Cove to Dutch oven. Mix hot water, honey and
f .iuire Pour over chicken and cover. Simmer slowly
K of st'ov 'or place in moderate oven at 325 degrees
lr 45 minutes or until tender. Baste occasionally. Serves
MINNA ROTHBERG
Temple Judea Sisterhood
MUSHROOM-ONION-FARFEL KUGEL
lablespoons chicken fat or oil
tup minced onion
tup finely chopped celery
fcupsliced mushrooms
L cups matzo farfel
Lggs, slightly beaten
leaspoon salt
Inch of pepper
teaspoons paprika
tan clear condensed chicken soup
Lp boiling water
ISaute onion celery and mushrooms in fat until tender.
Ljj matzo farfel. Combine eggs, seasonings and con-
Led soup. Pour into matzo mixture. Add boiling water
Ed set aside until all liquid has been absorbed. Bake in a
feased baking dish at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes until
MINNA ROTHBERG
Temple Judea Sisterhood
PASSOVER LEMON CHIFFON PIE
okg. lemon jello
fee. boiling water
\u yo"15
c. sugar
|iccot 2 lemons
hd of 1 lemon
Egg whites
|4c. sugar
ongeeake
Klix jello with water and set aside. Beat egg yolks in
hall bowl till thick add sugar, juice and rind. Cook in
buble boiler till thick 5-6 min. Cool slightly. Mix with
illo. Refrigerate till slightly firm. In Ig. bowl beat egg
Ihiles with sugar. Fold jello mixture into egg whites. Line
}ring form pan with thin layer of spongecake. Pour
non mixture in. Refrigerate several hours or overnight.
SELMA MEYERS
Temple Israel Sisterhood
PASSOVER CHOCOLATE MOCHA MOUSSE
[PAREVE]
leggs, separated
[oz. semi-sweet pareve chocolate
I c. sugar
[tsp. strong liquid coffee
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beaten egg whites. Store covered in refrigerator.
Serves 12 to 14.
MIMI MARDER
Temple Beth David Sisterhood
PASSOVER BAGELS
5'/i tbs. shortening
1 tsp. salt
1tsp.sugar
J/4 c. water
I c. matzo meal
3 eggs
Bring shortening, salt, sugar, water to boil. Remove
from stove. Add matzo meal, cool slightly. Add eggs, one
at a time, mixing well after each addition. Grease cookie
sheet. Drop from tbs. Make dent all the way through the
middle with a wet finger. Bake at 400 degrees 15 mm.
lower to 350 degrees, bake 20 min. longer. Makes doz.
SELMA MEYERS
Temple Israel Sisterhood
PASSOVER MACARONI AND CHEESE
3 c. matzo farfel
Vi lb. diced cheddar cheese
6 tbsp. margarine
1 tsp. salt
V* tsp. white pepper
2 c. milk or half and half
|'/i c. sour cream
3 large eggs
Oven temperature: 350 degrees F. Pan size: 2 quart
casserole.
Beat 2 large eggs well and pour over the farfel. Mix well.
Grease a 2 quart casserole and layer with matzo farfel mix,
diced cheese, dabs of sour cream and pieces of butter or
margarine. Continue until casserole is filled ending with
sour cream and margarine. Mix milk with 1 large egg, salt
and pepper. Pour over top of casserole.
Cover and bake at 350 degrees F. (preheated oven) for
30 minutes. Uncover and let brown 10 to 15 minutes more.
Cut into squares and serve.
Eight to 10 servings.
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Temple Beth David Sisterhood
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FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is available
in our designated area for
persons 60 years of age or over
who do not use public tran-
sportation. We take people to
treatment centers, doctors'
offices, to hospitals, nursing
homes to visit spouses, to
social service agencies and
nutrition centers. There is no
fee for this service but parti-
cipants are encouraged to
contribute their fair share.
There is a great demand for
this service, so please make
your reservations in advance.
For information and-or
reservations, call 689-7703,
Monday through Friday.
HOT KOSHER
LUNCH CONNECTION
Are you 60 years of age or
over and looking for a
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which to have a delicious,
nutritious, hot kosher lunch?
Then the place to be is the
Jewish Community Center in
North Palm Beach County, or
Congregation Anshei Emuna
in South Palm Beach County,
from Monday through Friday!
In addition to a variety of
wonderful hot kosher meals,
we offer a stimulating educa-
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for your entertainment. Come
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make good friends, and have
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Reservations must be made in
advance. For information
and-or reservations, call Carol
or Lillian at 689-7703 (West
Palm Beach) or Marion at 495-
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Reservations must be made in
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Lillian at 689-7703.
LETTER FROM THE CSSC
DIRECTOR. JEAN RLBIN
Happv Passover to all from
the Jewish Community
Centers Senior Staff!!!
The Kosher Lunch Connec-
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its first anniversary. We are
proud of the accomplishments
of all of us. Our participants
and staff have made this
program a great success,
making this a year of
tremendous growth and love.
We will be holding our first
seder on April 16 during our
regular meal hour. Mr.
Murray Kern, accompanied by
Use Mollen, will perform the
seder service. Of course,
reservations had to be made in
advance and for those of you
who could not be accom-
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happy Passover to all!!!
WE GET LETTERS .
Please accept this as a token
of mv gratitude and appre-
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you are doing for senior
citizens. I wish to make special
mention of the wonderful
understanding and helpfulness
of Helen in Transportation
and Dorothy, your bus driver.
Without them, I would find it
most difficult to get by. Thank
you so much.
Sincerely,
Louis M. Tulman

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Members of the Jewish Community Youth Council participated
h. Mitlv.h Day on March 25 to raise funds for Super Sunday.
Rohe Bariard [right] helped drive carloads of youngsters to
thefr appointmenls where they performed odd Jobs to mise the
$168 which was presented to the J'w,\Feder.tion on Super
Sunday. Terri Lubin [second from right] is advisor to the
Council.
Mitzvah Day
One of the many jobs the volunteers performed to earn money
to donate to Super Sunday was washing cars. Those who
participated in Mitzvah Day were: Rachel Pomerance, Paul
Tochner, Karen Kosowski, Kyle Cohan, Steve Jacoby, Jon
Snow, Erika Thomas, Sam Goodstein, Eric Samuels ap4
Michelle Ruiz.
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Bv DAVID I RILDMAN .,.
WASHINGTON (JTAi
The United States appears
to be taking a wait-and-see
attitude about reports that the
Soviet Union planned to
supply Iraq with a nuclear
reactor to replace the one
destroyed by an Israeli air raid
on June 7, 1981.
"We understand that the
contemplated project merely
involves a very preliminary
feasibility and siting study for.
the possible future con-'
struct ion of a nuclear power
reactor by the Soviet Union
for the generation of electri-
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ROM BERG NOTED there
was no contract as yet for the
actual supplying of the
reactor. He said if an
agreement ws reached, it
would be eight to 10 years
before the reactor could be
operational.
However, Romberg stressed,
that it was "significant that
both the Soviet Union and
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non-proliferation treaty under
which they are committed to
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Religious Directory
C0MSE1VATIVE
caNGREGATlON AN8HEI SHOLOM: 5348 Grove Su
SSSE Bch 33409. Phone 684^12. lUbbi baa 3
wSde Cantor Mordoci Spektor. Dafly: 8:30 u. ud 6
Fndav 8.30 a.m-. 5 p.m. and a tot* aervice at 8:15 p4
followed bv Oneg Shabbat. Soturday: 8:30 ajn.. 5:30
Mincha followed by Sholoah Soedoa.
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH OF BOYNTONBEACfe,
501 N.E. 26 A\-enue. Boynton Boach 33436. Phone 586.90]
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin. Monday 8:30ajn.: Thursday8:30u|
Sebbair. 9er\-ice8. Friday 8:15 p.m.. Satwttoy 9a.m.
GOLDEN LAKES TEMPLE: 1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.,W*|
Pain: Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi Joseph Speiaer. D*i
Sen-Kes 8:15 ajn and 5:30 p.m. Sabbath aervices Friday f
p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.. 5 p.m., Mincha followed by Sh
Soedos.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID: 4657 Hood Road Palm Badl
Gardens 33410. Phone 694-2350. Rabbi William Maxder, Cam
Eari J Rackofl. Sabbath aerviow. Friday 7:30 p.m., Satunb;
10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 2815 No. Ftogtor Dr.. West Palm Baa]
3340T Phone 833-0339. Rabbi H wrd J. HirachCanatorElahj
Shapiro Sabbath services Friday 8:15 pjn.. Saturday9:30u]
Daily Minyan S 15 a.m.. Sunday and Legal Holidays 9ajn.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 315 N. A Street. Lake Waal
ii460 Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg. Cattj
Jacob Elman Senices Monday and Thnraday fc 15 am. FridaJ
pjja Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 224 N.W Avenue G. BelkGk
ii430 Sabbath sonices Friday. 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-3886.
TEMPLE BETH ZION: Lione Club. "00 Camelia Dr. Roydi
Palm Beach Mailing Address: 640-101 TraU South. West Pat
Beach 33414 Sabbath Services Friday 8 p.m. Saturday8:#!
I Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Phone 793-9122.
TEMPLE B NA1 JACOB: 2177 So. Congress Ave.. WestPtttl
Beach 33406. Phone 433-5957. Rabbi Dr. Moms Silbenml
Cantor Gary D. Kessler Sabbath services. Friday 8 p*|
jda> and Holidays 9 a.m.. Monday and Thursday 9a.m.
TEMPLE EMANl-EL: 190 North County Road PalmBadj
4eX Phoni 904 Rabbi Joel Chazin. Cantor Di
Dardashti Sabbath services. Friday 8:30 p-m Saturday9ia
THE TREASURE COAST JEWISH CENTER
\h-aham "' SI. Salerno Road. Port Salerno,
-aham Rose 1-2^7-8833. Services Friday evenings8p.m
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Met hoc. S Ohio Road. Lake Worth Phone 43318
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L 33452. Friday night services P*J
^aturoay morning 1C 30a.m. Phone 465-6S1"
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Ptoxa 222. US. No. 1. Tequeata 33458. Phone .4h
Presadeat Jeanne Tarsches. Services the sseond and
Friday of evrv month. 5> p.m.
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TEMPLE BETH EL 4600 _
3345ff Phone v *4M Cantor Aamtl
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lagogueNews
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&ISH CENTER
Selma Trachtenberg
JS speaker at the
'eJening service at 8.15
Inn AP"I 13. Mrs-
tg ^as formerly
iddletown. N.Y. and
|f,ieti Woman of the
"^Ple Sinai, and
iv living m LaK,e
\,rs Trachtenberg S
'^H bc-Who are the
jeroes of the Seder.
|V evening service will
>|< p.m. Saturday
/"service will be at 9
further information
IcaD the temple.
I Passover Services
[conducted at St. Luke s
j Methodist Church, 165
[Road, Lake Worth, as
Is:
|Day Passover April 17 at
Dav Passover April 24
Ja.m.; 8th Day Yiskor
(24 at 10:30 a.m.
1 are welcome to attend
|es.
further information
call the Temple,
e Sisterhood announces
first Ciala Champagne
Lh on May 6 at the Chal-
|r Country Club in Poin-
Place on Lake Worth
Jin Western Lake Worth,
noon.
|kets can be obtained at
each by calling the
EMPLE BETH DAVID
Ic temple will hold a
Isover Workshop" on
\\ evening April 13, at 8
| at their Shabbat service.
workshop will be a review
discussion of how to
In.i a Seder, and what
bins add meaning to this
observance. There also will be
different Haggadas on display
after the service. All are wel-
come to attend. The hosts for
the Oneg following the ser-
vices are: Lois and Bob Brody
and Linda and Charles
Kushner. On Saturday
morning, April 14 Shabbat
HA-GADOL The Great
Sabbath-preceding Passover.
Services begin at 10 a.m.
On Tuesday, April 17 and
Wednesday, April 18, Temple
Beth David will hold Yom-tov
services at the Temple in Palm
Beach Gardens. The holiday
services will commence both
days of the "opening days of
Passover," at 10 a.m. Rabbi
Marder will discuss and
comment both days on pas-
sages from the Haggada.
On Friday evening, April 20
- Shabbat CHOL HA-
MO'ED, services will com-
mence at 8 p.m. Rabbi Marder
will speak on "The Meaning
of Freedom" the topic-
being related to Passover. All
are welcome to attend. Hosts
for the Oneg Shabbat are
Esther and Nat Kosowski and
Reba and Max Rodman.
Morning service, Saturday,
April 21 will be at 10 a.m.
On the "Closing Days of
Passover," services will begin
at 10 a.m. both Monday, April
23 and Tuesday, April 24.
Yizkor prayers will be recited
on Tuesday, April 24, the
"Eighth day of Passover.
Rabbi Marder's sermon will be
related to the Yizkor prayer.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The combined Brotherhood
and Sisterhood are sponsoring
a "Hands On Family Seder"
to be held on Tuesday, April
17 at the Temple. The
Community Second Seder is
for families of Temple Israel.
"Hands On" means that
this Seder will be served family
enjoy the evening, participants
might want to "Wear straw
hats and overalls and come
prepared to kick up your heels
and have a great "foot-
stompin' time."
Burt Summers, a
professional caller, will start
the festivities by calling the
r. um. """ ..i s.uuc m Virginia Reel.
the joy of the Passver ritua ; a v ..,;u k.
"Hands On" means that those ffFood, and drmks
offered to all and a cash bar
will be available.
Admission is $4 per person.
Call the Temple office for
reservations.
style; "Hands On" means all
of those attending will share in
the joy of the Passver ritua
"Hands On" means that those
participating are a family and
will be serving each other!
Rabbi Howard Shapiro will
lead the "Hands On Family
Seder," beginning at six
o'clock, Tuesday, April 17 in
SchwartzbergHall.
The Young Adults will
sponsor a square dance in the
Social Hall at Temple Israel,
on Saturday evening, April 14
at 8 p.m.
Dr. Bob Wacks, President
of the Young Adults has an-
nounced, "This square dance
will be for all of you, old and
young and in between. Bring
the children along and if they
cannot square dance, they will
enjoy sitting under a shock of
corn or on a bale of hay and
clapping their hands."
He further suggested that to
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Joel Levine will dis-
cuss the issue of Prayer in the
Public Schools at Temple
Judea Sabbath Services,
Friday, April 13 at 8 p.m.
Services will be held at the
Social Hall building of the
Jewish Community Day
School, 5801 Parker Ave.,
between Southern and Forest
Hill Blvd. Cantor Rita Shore
will chant the music.
This is the first of two
sermons concerning election
year issues. The second ser-
mon, "Jewish Concerns and
Presidential Politics" is
scheduled for Friday, April
20. This service is also set for
the Jewish Community Day
School. The joint Passover
Family Dessert Seder with
Temple Beth Torah will be
held at the Day School Satur-
day, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. and
Passover Yizkor Services,
Sunday, April 22 at 8 p.m.
Temple Judea Services will
resume at St. Catherine's
Cultural Center, Friday, Aprit
27.
For more information about
Temple Judea, call the office.
The extra years of Zest
Social Club announces a super
fun evening on May 16 at 6
p.m., to be held at the North
Palm Beach Country Club.
There will be hors d'oeuvres,
full-course dinner, cash bar,
music and dancing.
Bob Nelson will provide the
music at the club, which is
located on U.S.I at Yacht
Club Drive. A special program
of song will be presented, fea-
turing "Liz" Leipzig with
piano accompanist, Fran
Golden. Call Selma Levine for
reservations and further infor-
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JCC News
ANNUAL MEETING BEING PLANNED
rvnva May, Chairperson of the Annual Meeting of the
v 1 community Center, is pleased to announce that
i are well under way for this event. It will be held
KLav evening, April 26, at the Hyatt Hotel and will
at 7:30 p.m. with a dessert buffet.
After the election of Officers and Directors for the 1984-
par M*< Zelda P'ncourt' Past President, will officiate
installation of the new Officers and Directors. Awards
n be presented to persons who have performed out-
Ending service during the years to the Center. This will be
Slowed by live entertainment.
The fee is $10 Per Person and advanced reservations are
must. Please call 689-7700 for a personal invitation or
nv further information.
SEDERS, 2nd and 3rd NIGHTS
tie Parents and Career Singles are invited to enjoy a
nmnuinitv Seder together to be led by Harreen and Bob
S Tuesday, April 17, 1984 at the Jewish Com-
Lnitv Center, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd. starting at 6:30
i m the ICC will supply the turkey, matzah, gefilta fish
id'ine Part icipants are asked to bring a covered accom-
iniment dish to feed at least six. For reservations and cost
*hich depends on size of family), please call Arlene
Eordon 622-6840 (evenings) or Terrie Lubin at 689-7700.
Young Singles will enjoy their "Third Night" Seder at
He Center, Wednesday, April 18 starting at 6:45 p.m.
larticipants are requested to bring a side dish, dessert to
Cd six people, matzah, horse radish or paper goods.
Turkey and wine will be provided. The fee for the night is
D oer person. Reservations are a must. Please call Sandi
jeilbron at 686-6136 (evenings) or Terrie at 689-7700 to let
hem know what you are bringing.
KOSHER LUNCH CONNECTION'S SEDER
Monday, April 16, the Jewish Community Center's
tosher Lunch Connection participants will have a
fraduional Seder in observance of the 1st Seder night
rhich ushers in the holiday of Passover that same evening.
The service will be led by Mr. Murray Kern and assisted
|y Ms. llseMollen.
The food to be served will be a "Kosher for Passover"
kaditional meal and each participant will receive their own
[Passover Plate."
Homebound persons will also be receiving their special
lassover meal.
MODEL SEDER, PRE-SCHOOL STYLE
"Why is this night different?" will be asked by the Pre-
choolers of the Jewish Community Center Friday, April
I at 10:30 a.m. at the Center, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd.
Rabbi Steven Westman of Temple Beth Torah will
Jfficiate the order of prayer, reading and singing for the
fassover meal with the help of the children.
The parents are assisting in the preparation of the food
nd the Seder plate which depicts the story of Passover.
The Holiday of Passover will begin at sundown with the
|rst Seder night, Monday, April 16 and lasts for eight
lys.
I C HA VIM ISRAEL"
[TO LIFE ISRAEL]
The community is invited to attend an all day happening
recognition of Israel's 36th (Double Chai) Birthday
pom Haatsmaut) Sunday, May 6.
A community-wide Yom Haatsmaut Essay Contest
snsored by the Community Relations Council and the
Jewish Education Committee of the Jewish Federation of
[aim Beach County in cooperation with the Jewish
[ommunity Center and local synagogues will be held. The
>P'c for the contest will be "Israel Is Life," and the
"tries can be either an essay or a visual presentation.
The religious school children will start the day at Temple
*ih El with a Memorial Service to the fallen Israeli
Wdiers (Yom Hazikaron). This is sponsored by the Jewish
Iducation Council and the Jewish Education Committee
f Jewish Federation.
A march will follow to Temple Israel where the
plebration of Israel Independence Day will begin.
Starting at noon the community is invited to proceed to
Rmp Shalom (one mile west of the Turnpike) to par-
f'Pate in games for all ages, Israeli dancing, Israeli food,
fmencan food and a visit to the "Shuk" (marketplace).
Detailed information will be published shortly. Please
1 'he JCC at 689-7700 to be Dut on the mailing list.
Friday, April 13,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
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Continued from Page 1
to understand how important
our Jewish education
programs at the Jewish
Community Day School and
the Midrasha Judaica High
School are for our future. And
they are learning about and
using the services and
programs that the Jewish
Federation provides. That's
what the Federation's cam-
paign is all about, keeping
these community resources
and services viable to help
serve the community," stated
Mrs. Cole.
This year two new ideas
were introduced which helped
raise the totals. Five telephone
lines were installed for people
in the community to call in
and make their pledge to
assure that they would not be
missed. "Over $5000 in
pledges were made through
this successful method,"
stated Mrs. Cole.
The phone number was
flashed on the television screen
during live coverage of Super
Sunday on "Mosaic," the
Jewish Federation sponsored
TV program that airs Sunday
mornings on Channel 5.
During the program hostess
Barbara Gordon interviewed
key Super Sunday volunteers
at the Rovce on the im-
portance of this day. "Their
enthusiasm helped spark
interest in the community,"
stated Cole.
During the afternoon
session Sy Cole presented a
$100 U.S. Savings Bond to
Super Sunday Poster Contest
first place winner, Gregg
Tartakow of the Jewish
Community Day School, a $75
bond to Alan Feldmesser of
Temple Israel Religious
School for his second place
entry and a $50 bond to third
place winner, Lisa Sholdar, a
fourth grader at Temple Beth
Zion Religious School.
Cynthia Simon of the Jewish
Community Day School was
recognized for her poster
which received an honorable
mention.
Karen Kosowski, Youth co-
chairman for Super Sunday,
presented a check for $168
representing monies raised by
members of the Jewish
Community Youth Council on
Mitzvah Day, March 25, for
performing "mitzvahs" for
members of the Jewish
community. Nancy Farber,
president of Temple Beth
Torah WTY, and Billy Harris,
vice president, dbnated a
check for $100 to support the
Super Sunday effort.
"We are especially proud of
the fine job that the youth of
our community did on Super
Sunday. They helped make the
whole operation run smoothly
by running cards back and
forth between the phone room
and the research room, helped
with the research and made
sure the phone volunteers were
supplied with a drink or a
snack," stated the Coles.
According to Marilyn Lam-
pert, Women's Division Liai-
son to Super Sunday, over
$80,000 was raised by Wom-
en's Division volunteers call-
ing women throughout the
community to make their own
commitment on Super Sun-
day. "The women did a fab-
ulous job and are to be com-
mended for their efforts in
helping make Super Sunday a
success," stated Mrs. Lam-
pert.
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Passover Seder mints. 8 oz.. 6.50
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This Is The
Matzah Of Hope
During the seder, after the pottage: "Thit it the bread of
affliction ." include the following pottage:
This matzah, which we set aside as a symbol of hope for
the three and a half million Jews of the Soviet Union,
reminds us of the indestructible links that exist between us.
As we observe this festival of freedom, we know that
Soviet Jews are not free not free to leave, not free to
learn of their Jewish past or to hand it down to their
children. They cannot learn the language of their fathers.
They cannot teach their children to be the teachers and the
rabbis of future generations.
As they courageously assert their proud determination
to live in Israel, we add our voices to theirs, and we shall be
joined by all whose consciences are aroused by the wrongs
inflicted on Soviet Jews. Thus shall they know that they
have not been forgotten and they shall yet emerge into the
light of freedom.
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schlepping bags, packages,
and boxes home. My mother
was always a favored customer
since she bought enough food
to feed the Polish army. I
recall vividly that her grocery
order always began with
twelve dozen eggs. This may
seem like an incredible amount
but most Passover dishes
contain eggs, and many
dozens more were always
needed before the holiday was
over.
The shopping list was en-
dless. Mountains of matzos.
cake meal, potato starch, nya
fat and more. Mother's
specialty was a fourteen egg
sponge cake covered with jelly
and nuts. It was high, light,
and lemony, and it was im-
possible to eat just one piece.
The more you ate. the happier
she was.
Our trip to the chicken man
was an acUenture in itself.
This was before the era of
frozen poultry and all the
chickens, capons, and pullets
were displayed on a gray zinc
counter. Mother's selections
were cleaned and plucked by
the chicken lady (dressed in a
man's torn brown sweater)
who always commented on the
wisdom of our choice.
Up the street we went to the
fish market. It was not my
favorite place with the strange
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Choosing white fish. carp, and
buffle was very important
since they were the mainsta>
of mother's gefulte fish and
1 mean MY mother, not the
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that we find in the super-
market today. The fish was
cleaned and boned so that it
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at home.
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What Did Anns Say
About Weinbaga?
According to Franks' ar-
ticle, the offer to return
disputed territory to Egypt
was made by Arens' aide,
Shai. Shai told Shipler that
Franks had misunderstood
Israel's position on the issue
and that he had never told her
Israel would give up the
territory if the Egyptian
Defense Minister would agree
to meet Arens.
Lw YORK (JJA) A
fc dispute has developed
Ln Israeli Defense Min-
TMoshe Arens and writer
Ida Franks over remarks
Cttributed to Arens in a
| York Times Magazine
L which Arens insists he
Ir made.
Lording to Franks, Arens
Bus Defense Secretary
far Weinberger "a prime
(date for psychoanalysis
suggested that he had
ne-ups" over the fact that
B a Jewish grandfather.
rens, who saw a copy of
[article shortly before iu
lication. was quoted by
Ic Jerusalem corres-
Hent David Shipler as
"| would have been
Cto say these things, even
[hought them. And I don t
ithem."
jiipler reported that Arens
ihoned Weinberger to
Ire him that he had never
|e the statements reported
Franks. Arens' spokesman,
Ihman Shai, and later
ns himself, called the
|es Jerusalem Bureau to
uss portions of Franks'
tit.
lenying the attributions, he
Eared, "I have a great deal
[respect for him (Wein-
ger) and the way he does
3. There has been a great
i of improvement in Israeli-
lerican relations, and
[par Weinberger played a
cial role in that improve-
m," Shipler reported from
usalem.
iRtNS ALSO denied
Drously that he had offered
return disputed territory to
^pt if the Egyptian Defense
lister would meet with him,
Reported by Franks. "This
never my opinion, never
position. This is totally
^construed," Arens said.
Jut Franks, a former
oner for The New York
lies, who won a Pulitzer
ize in 1971 as a reporter for
lited Press International for
depart series on the radical
patherman group, is
nding by her attributions.
>ler reported that she told
in a telephone interview
n New York that her notes
nfirm what Arens said.
*er husband, Manhattan
Rrict ATTORNEY Robert
prgenthau, who accom-
nied her at her meeting with
in Jerusalem last
cember, offered further
pboration, Shipler
orted.
lARENS- ALLEGED
narks about Weinberger
[erred l0 the time the
flense Secretary visited
pel and was accompanied
Arens, then Israel's
nbassador to Washington,
,Ihe Yad Vashem, the
Mocaust memorial
Recording to Franks, Arens
a her that Weinberger "has
r> of hang-ups about his
*hness. When we went
'he hall where all the
roes of the concentration
7\are etched in stone, we
! """ thai since his grand-
fn r *m Jewish, he would
^.dered a Jew according
itcL u"racial laws- W
rhcd his lace lor a reac-
tion, and there was none."
Arens told Shipler, "These
are just outrageous .
Nobody was idiotic enough
there to tell him that this (the
Nazi laws) would have any
reference to him. It is ridi-
culous." According to Franks,
Arens made the remarks while
driving with her and
Morgenthau from a Christmas
Eve ceremony at Bethlehem.
MORGENTHAU con-
firmed her account, asserting
that "I heard him say it. I was
sitting in the car with him. 1
was surprised that he said it.
But he did say it, there's no
doubt about that... He never
said anything about its being
on background."
Confronted
Morgenthau's
Arens told
with
confirmation,
Shipler, "I'm
telling you it's outrageous.
Absolutely wrong," the Times
corespondent reported.
Arens also denied Franks'
assertion that he had told her
that Labor Party leader
Shimon Peres was "worse
than he appeared." Shipler
reported that the Defense
Minister insisted, "I never
thought that and therefore I
never said it."
Franks conceded later that
this quotation was in error.
She said that according to her
notes, what Arens said was
that Peres was one of the few
politicians "who appears
worse than he is," Shipler
reported. Edward Klein,
editor of the Times Magazine,
attributed this error to an
"editing transposition" but
said that "in all other respects
I stand behind her story."
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BNAIBRITH
Oscar Liberman has been installed as President of Lt
Col. Netanyahu Lodge of Palm Beach No. 3041. The
following are the officers installed: Vice Presidents,
Donald Brodey, George Goodman, Lee Kleinman, Dr. Hy
Lieberman, Morris Margolin and Max Zerkin; Financial
Secretary, Milton Gerber; Corresponding Secretary,
Solomon Raphael; Treasurer, Leonard Carger; Chaplain,
William Barth; Warden, Al Schrift.
The Palm Beach Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges in
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outstanding handicapped students. The event will take
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The Palm Beach County Florida Region is planning a
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Coming Event Thursday, May 10, a Deli-Luncheon
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Due to the Passover Holidays the Lee Vassil Group ha\e
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miSv To ionir if his from the Arab League? Blacks
many to wonuJ' .. k significant y more
opinions represent black are n j ,
public opinion^ ^p.c ^ ^ mei|| .
The polls show tbtttUS H P Unjte(J Sutes By sevcn
not the case. Black support tor
threatens American eco
independence; only 47!^
message
Israel is strong on virtually
every issue of major concern
to the American Jewish
community. The two latest
ABC-H'ashington Post po|ls
reveal that black sympathy for
Israel is running a strong
three-to-one over the Arab
nations. The most recent
Roper poll (1984) also revealed
pro-Israel sympathy among
blacks to be three-to-one. A
ten-year (1973-1983) review of
Gallup polls of those non-
whites who have heard or read
about the situation in the
Middle East shows that non-
whites support Israel over the
Arab nations more than two-
to-one.
Blacks, more than the
nation as a whole, opposed the
sale of AWACS to Saudi
Arabia (67 percent) and the
proposed sale of U.S. military
arms to Jordan in 1982 (70
percent). Blacks, more than
whites, believe that the sale of
arms to Jordan should be
based on Hussein's willingness
to make peace with Israel {55
percent). Foreign military
sales in general are opposed b>
most Americans, yet military
aid to Israel is a definite ex-
ception; this holds true for the
hi.uk communit) as well.
In 19X2. 77 percent ol
Masks believed that the United
States should maintain or
increase military aid to Israel.
Blacks are more inclined than
the "average American" to
support military aid increases
to Israel. Registered black
voters are also likely to vote
lor a candidate for ihe Senate
who strongly supports military
aid to Israel.
In response to the question.
"is the (amp David peace
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should the United Slates make
new peace efforts in the
Middle East, or should the
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negotiations between Egypt
. and Israel." blacks continue-
to support Camp David 6"
peicent to 21 percent.
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respondents answer "no
opinion" than take a specific
position. Black identification
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are never higher than lor
Israel. Most blacks have
characterized the PLO as
terrorist, and blacks over
whelming!) believe the I'l Oto
be undemocratic (82 percent).
1 ioally, the beljcl thai the
-Israel relationship is not
close enough 01 the right kind
of relationship is higher
among blacks (86 percent)
than among whiles (74 per
cent).
In a January I984( fl.V-.Vew
York Times Sews poll, only 2
percent of the respondents
cited foreign policy as their
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specific candidate. Polls also
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the United States. By seven
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n 5th Anniversary of Treaty 'Give
>eace A Chance' ZOA Tells Mubarak
}ive peace a chance," the
list Organization of
Erica said in a call to
tdent Mubarak of Egypt
L fifth anniversary of the
[[(.Egyptian peace treaty,
Hshed as an advertisement
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[Times.
Israel made enormous
Ifices in exchange for
It's pledge- to live in
e cooperation and
dship,' '* the ZOA ad-
kemeni said, adding:
ken Israel left the Sinai, it
[up:
I Strategic depth vital
for its defense against' any
future aggression.
"... Oil wells that had
made Israel all but self-
sufficient in petroleum. \
"... Eight of the world's '
most advanced military air-
fields, plus the strategic naval
base at Sharm el-Sheikh.
"... Sixteen towns and
villages built out of the desert
sands.
"All this and more Israel
did for peace."
The ZOA statement con-
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Gary Zwickel
tinued:
"How has Egypt lived up to
the treaty? After getting back
the Sinai, Cairo recalled its
ambassador to Israel, resumed
anti-Semitic and anti-Israel
propaganda in the Egyptian
press and joined the unremit-
ting stream of attacks against
Israel at the United Nations.
Trade relations, cultural
exchange and tourism between
the two countries were
brought to a virtual standstill.
And the President of Egypt
publicly embraced the PLO.
"Thus did Egypt turn the
promise of normal, friendly
relations into a cold peace,
violating the letter of the
treaty and the spirit of Camp
David. If this is how the
moderate of Arab states
respects its commitments, how
can Israel be asked to consider
seriously any future treaty
with an Arab state?
"The Egyptian-Israeli treaty
was signed by two patriots
who vowed to end 30 years of
war and establish normal,
friendly ties between their
countries. Israel has honored
its word. Now the world waits
for Egypt to fulfill its treaty
obligations, so that there may
be neighborly relations with
Israel and a pattern set for
widening the circle of Arab-
Israel peace.
"That is why we call on
President Mubarak of Egypt:
"Give peace a chance!"
The advertisement was pub-
lished by the ZOA's George
Rothman Institute and signed
by Alleck A. Resnick,
president; Ivan J. Novick,
chairman of the board; and
Paul Flacks, executive vice
president.
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