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The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
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5745 Happy Chanukah 1984
THE VOICE OF
THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY OF
PALM m ACM
COUNTY
ewish floridian
VOLUME 10-NUMBER 42
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21,1984
PRir.p AtrFMTQ
Michael C. Burrows To Chair
Major Gifts Gala Celebration
Michael C. Burrows
The Major Gifts Gala
Celebration Dinner, given on
behalf of the 1985 Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign, promises to be one
of the year's most memorable
events, according to Michael
C. Burrows, who has been
named to chair the dinner. The
black tie, $10,000 minimum
gift event will be held on Jan.
17 at the Breakers in Palm
Beach. The Honorable
Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's
ambassador to the United
Nations, will be the guest
speaker. In addition talented
Broadway star and humorist
Robert Klein will entertain.
"Our Major Gifts Dinner
will be an exciting, fun-filled
evening, replete with humor,
and a wonderful 'celebration'
for us, especially for those
who depend on our gifts for
their survival. Our program
represents a deviation from
the past because no other
special gifts functions have
been scheduled in 1985. We
are having one special gala
dinner so that everyone can
celebrate together at the
$10,000 and above level.
Everyone who gives so
generously cares about Israel
in a special way and should
share in this evening, par-
ticularly when so much is
happening at this time that is
resulting in the saving of Jew-
ish lives. We hope that people
who have never come before
will be with us to participate in
this most delightful and
significant program,"
Burrows said.
Burrows is a prominent
builder who has lived in Palm
Beach County for over 30
vears. Originally from the
Continued on Page 11
Soviet Propaganda Depicts Israel's
Leaders As Hitler's Fascists
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON (JTA)
- Soviet propaganda has been
depicting Israeli leaders as
inheritors of "Hitler's fascist
mantle," according to a State
Department report released
here.
The report, the 17th annual
review of Soviet and East
European compliance with the
Helsinki Final Act, notes that
during the six months being
studied, Apr. 1 to Oct. 1, there
nave been "increased levels of
anti-Semitic rhetoric thinly
veiled as'anti-Zionism.' "
According to the report,
soviet propaganda maintains
j!t Israeli and Western intel-
ligence encourages emigration
order to obtain state secrets
17m Sovie citizens. It further
I feges that 'Zionists' col-
lated with fascists during
*orld War II to send many
"inocent Jews to their deaths.
Inside
Catholic/Jewish En-
counter to foster
nter-faith dialogue
Pages
Lion of Judah Cock-
tail Reception photo
d'splay... Page 2
Moss appointed to
head Poinciana
campaign... Page 3
The Miracle of
Cnanukah... Page 4
These Zionist elements, so the
argument goes, now comprise
the ruling circles of Israel,
which has inherited Hitler's
fascist mantle. Crude Soviet
propaganda posters often
depict images of Hitler to-
gether with Israeli officials
who in turn are often depicted
poisoning Arab drinking
water."
THIS CRUDE propaganda
appears aimed at frightening
Jews from seeking to
emigrate. "The rate of
emigration from the Soviet
Union continued to decline
below the disappointing
figures of early 1984 and has
come to a virtual standstill,"
the report said.
From Apr. 1 to Aug. 30,
only 423 Jews left the USSR.
The report noted that some
Jews "have reacted with
despair and, for the time
being, have stopped applying
to leave, while others apply as
frequently as possible once
every six months."
The State Department
presented the semiannual
report to the Commission on
Security and Cooperation in
Europe, headed by Rep. Dante
Fascell (D., Fla.). which
monitors compliance with the
Helsinki Act. The department
called the "overall record of
compliance" on human rights
by the Soviet Union and other
East European countries se-
riously flawed."
THIS WAS especially true
of the USSR. "Soviet per-
formance in 'the field of
human rights continued a
and fundamental freedoms'
undertaken one year ago in the
concluding document of the
Madrid conference on security
and cooperation in Europe,"
the report declared.
The review noted an in-
tensification of persecution of
Jewish cultural activists.
"Moscow Hebrew teachers
Alexander Kholmiansky and
Yuli Edelstein were arrested
during the summer, respec-
tively, for hooliganism and
possession of drugs," accord-
ing to the report. Police
reportedly located a pistol in
Kholmiansky's room at his
parents' apartment and drugs
in Edelstein's apartment.
Continued on Page 11
An Open Letter
To The Community
Shalom:
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County has
received an urgent request from the United Jewish
Appeal for a major cash drive during the month of
December. Israel's severe economic crisis confronts
the Jewish Agency with monumental problems
which we must help solve with immediate cash.
To achieve these objectives in the shortest possible
time, our Palm Beach community has undertaken a
$1 million cash collection goal for December.
Your response to this request, by forwarding a
cash payment on your past or current pledge, will
provide the life-giving services in which we take such
pride. In addition you may want to consider pre-
paying toward your 1985 pledge. We know we can
count on you; for what we do, or fail to do, in the next
few weeks will leave a permanent imprint on Jewish
life at home, in Israel and around the world for years
to come.
Sincerely,
Myron J. Nickman Barry S. Berg
President Treasurer
Send your contribution to the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, 501 So. Flagler Dr., Suite 305,
West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
JCC Advisors Board Meets
Zelda Pincourt, shown on left, past president of the Jewish
Community Center and coordinator of the first meeting of the
deoiorable'decline throughout Advisory Board of Trustees for the building of a new Jewish
the six-month review period, Community Center, is shown with Esther Leah Riti, national
despite the renewed commit- resWent 0f the Jewish Welfare Board, who was m keynote
merit to respect the universal ;peaker for this meeting and Myron Nickman, president of the
significance of human rights j^wlgh Federation of Palm Beach County.See article on page



Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, December 21,1984
Forty-seven women, who demonstrated their commitment to sustaining the
quality of Jewish life worldwide, were honored by the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County recently at a cocktail reception held at
the home of Mrs. Max Fisher in Palm Beach. As $5000 minimum contributors
to the 1985 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-I nited Jewish Appeal
campaign, they now proudly wear their 14k gold Lion of Judah pins as a visual
symbol of their commitmenl.
lrwin Coder, guest speaker, is shown with Lion of Judah co-chairs D
Elizabeth S. Shulman (left to right], Marva Perrin, and Women's Dtvtrit.
President Sheila Engelstein.
ision
Harriet Zimmerman [left], I'JA National Women's Division campaign chair,
addressed the gathering. Shown with her are [left to right] Dr. Klizabeth S.
Shulman, Lion of Judah co-chair; Max Fisher, prominent Jewish leader; and his
daughter Julie Cummings, campaign vice president for Women's Division.
Seated (left to right] are Fleanor Rabb and Sara Fredericks Rudnick. Standing
[left lo right] are KthelToorand Mildred Hecht-Wohlgemulh.
Lion of Judah
Arlette Gordon [left] and Carol Shellington
Chanin.
Shown with Berenice Rogers [right], founding
chair of the Lion of Judah, is Klizabeth
Newman.
A Legacy of Commitment
lleen Gattegno
Brodsky.
,'vf
[left to right], Marilyn I.am pert and Lois
.V .v
Susan Lehrman and Marion Cummings
Rita Dee Hassenfeld with Max Fisher
Eileen Nickman, Ruthe Eppler and Joan Frogel
H3aV* ^^^^B
Pictured with Marva Perrta [fourth fro
left l] are (left in Hotm m...>.i *____
-------- ..._._ ,,,,, (Kiunn
re [left to right] Muriel K
amp,
Frances Newman, Jeanne Perrin and Hel
Sodnwick.


Friday, December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Thf participants in the first meeting of the
k Medical and Allied Health division are
[sealed, left to right) Rhoda Paston, host;
Rruac Gleiber, host; Dr. Schulman, chair;
ind Patti Liebman, guest. Standing (left to
righll are Dr. Sheldon Konigsberg, guest: Dr.
Philip Paston, host; Ann Kachel, host; Dr.
Richard Kachel, host; Marjorie Konigsberg,
guest; Dr. Paul Liebman, guest; Dr. Robert
Gleiber, host; and Arnold L. Lampert,
general campaign chair. Not pictured are Dr.
Daisy Merey and Dr. John Merey.
Medical and Allied Health Services
Campaign Division Formed
Arnold L. Lampert, general
thair of the 1985 Jewish
federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
xampaign, has announced the
formation of the Medical and
Allied Health Services Divi-
Bon of the campaign. Dr.
Norma S. Schulman has been
tamed to chair the division.
The first educational meet-
ig, held recently at the home
if Dr. and Mrs. Richard
iachel, was co-hosted by the
achels with Dr. and Mrs.
lobert Gleiber and Mrs.
hilip Paston. Lampert dis-
missed the programs and
:rvices of the Jewish Federa-
lion of Palm Beach County at
lome, in Israel, and around
ie world. A film titled
Reaching Out Building a
immunity," about the local
lewish community, was
own.
Dr. Schulman explained
low her recent U JA mission to
Israel reemphasized her strong
tommitment to Israel and the
|e*ish people and played a
|ole in her accepting this posi-
l. She also was thankful for
he participation of the people
nvolved in the early stages of
he formation of the Medical
nd Allied Health Services
Division. "Because of your
willingness to take this first
step," she told those present,
"we feel that we can enthu-
siastically look forward to the
day when the Federation can
count the Medical and Allied
Health Division as one of its
strongest links to the Jewish
community."
In addition to hearing from
Lampert and Dr. Schulman,
the guests and hosts were
addressed by Dr. Saul Singer,
campaign chair of the South
Broward Jewish Federation,
and Dr. George Lipton, a
member of the Physicians
Division of the South Broward
Jewish Federation campaign.
Dr. Schulman stated, "We
are looking toward the future
and hope that other members
of the medical and allied
health field will open their
homes to host educational
meetings similar to the one
held at the Kachels' home."
For more information
contact Lynne Ehrlich,
director of Women's Division
and staff member for the
Medical and Allied Health
Services Division, at the
Federation office 832-2120.
Israeli Students Feel
Effects of Economy
Israel's university students
are feeling the effects of he
nation's economic crisis.
Students are paying more in
tuition ($850 this year, up 21.4
percent since last year), labo-
ratory fees, books, rent
(dormitory and off-campus
apartments). Most are older,
army veterans who must
support themselves and young
families despite record living
1984-85
Jewish Federation/U JA
Campaign
Calendar of Events
costs. Few part-time jobs are
available, most parents are
hard-pressed and cannot help.
At Ben Gurion University in
Beersheba, the budget has
been cut to $30 million from
$40 million last year, 50 pro-
fessors and 55 administrators
will be fired and pay cuts will
reach 25 percent. Hebrew Uni-
versity's Medical School
Continued on Page 15-
O
WJEwlSH
FEDERATION
OFPALMDEACH
COUKTY
Poinciana Golf & Racquet Club Cocktail Reception
Special Guest: U.S. Senator Arlen Specter
Minimum Gift Required
Poinciana Golf & Racquet Club
Keynote Address U.S. Senator Arlen Specter
Open to all Poinciana Residents
Major Gifts Dinner at the Breakers
Fountains Special Gifts Cocktail Party
Eastpointe Country Club Dinner
Royal Palm Beach Cocktail Party
Federation Shabbat at Century Village
Fountains Golf Tournament
January 13
January 13
January 17
January 17
January 24
January 24
January 25
January 27
Moss To Head
Poinciana Campaign
Arnold L. Lampert, general
chair of the 1985 Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm beach
County, has named John I.
Moss to chair the campaign
with a cocktail reception on
Jan. 13, 2-3:30 p.m., at the
Golden Lion, Challenger Club
House. Senator Arlen Specter
will be the special guest.
Following the reception the
senator will give a keynote
address at 3:30 p.m. in the
Poinciana Room of the Chal-
lenger Club House.
The first event will be open
to those whose minimum
commitment to the 1985
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-UJA campaign
is $125 for individuals or $200
for couples. The senator's
address at the second event
will be open to all residents of
Poinciana Golf and Racquet
Club.
In commenting on Moss'
appointment Lampert said,
"We are pleased to have John
accept a leadership position in
the Poinciana campaign again
this year. We recognize his
long and intense personal
commitment and devotion to
the goal of sustaining the
quality of Jewish life in the
Palm Beaches, in Israel and
the Jewish community world-
wide. With such outstanding
leadership, the Poinciana
campaign is well on its way to
a most successful year."
John Moss has been a
member of the Jewish
Federation's general Cam-
paign Cabinet and a member
of the Board of Directors for
many years. His past com-
munal involvement locally
includes serving as past pre-
sident of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, chair
of the Soviet Jewry Task Force
of the Community Relations
Council of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
and chair of Temple Beth El's
ritual committee.
Moss is a national vice pres-
ident of ORT, an organization
with which he has been ac-
tively involved for over 25
years.
. John \. Moss
Assisting Moss will be co-
chairs Sid Karp and Jules
Klevan. Other committee
members who serve as build-
ing captains are Building No.
1: Karp and Ann Huppert;
Building No. 2: Nat Schwartz
and Henry Singer; -Building
No. 3: Samuel Strassburg,
Milton Gelman and Ellie
Keller; Building No. 4: Sol
Gorrelick and Harold
Gurevitz; Building No. 5:
William Greenblatt, Ralph
Hyde and Jack Pinskey;
Building No. 6: Herman
Freedman; Building No. 7:
Arthur Filerman and Dan
Giber; Building No. 8:
Herbert Markstein and Lou
Marks; Building No. 9:
Stanley Lunitz, Sidney and
Sylvia Berger and Geraldine
Zerden; Building No. 10: Max
Tuttle; Building No. 11:
Harold Shureand Mike Norel;
Building No. 12: Abe Feld-
man; Building No. 13: Ber-
nard Alderman; Building No.
14: Milt Sharon; Building No.
15: Hy Gordon; Building A:
Max Nager; Building B: Jules,
Klevan; Building C: Louu
Feinberg; Gardens: Irvin
Berman; Townhouses: Murray
Badner; Villas: Al Sommer
and Max Karlman; Lakes:
Norman Brachfeld and
Murray Bernstein.
For more information
contact Jack Karako, cam-
paign associate, at the
Federation office 832-2120.
UJA
Young Leadership
Cabinet
Region V
Mission to Israel
February 24-March 5,1985
For more information contact Ronni Epstein,
director of Leadership Development, at the
Federation office 832-2120


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, December 21,1984
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Chanukah Reminds Us of Science and Miracles
God Has Not Ceased To
Work Miracles Today
Chanukah lamp, pierced, engraved silver with basin for drip-
pings, Morocco, 20th century.
The Chanukah Rebellion
By ARON RIMON
The sages of the Talmud, we
are told, debated the question
of the Chanukah candles. Beth
Shamai, the more conservative
school, held to the view that
on the first night of Chanu-
kah, all eight candles should
be lit and progressively
reduced by one on each suc-
ceeding night. This was in ac-
cord with the doctrine of the
Beth Shamai, which stated
that Israel must always look
back to the old as the time of
greatest splendor.
Beth Hillel, however, held
to the contrary view. On the
first night of Chanukah one
candle should be lit and on
each succeeding night another
candle added, as the house of
Hillel believed that Israel must
always look to the future as
the time of its greatest glory.
The adopted rule is in ac-
cordance with the liberal
school of Hillel; that the past,
however great that past was, is
to be eclipsed in the future.
The doctrine of Hillel is
radical. Israel has witnessed
many great miracles. The
Bible and the prayer book
recite the stories of these
miracles of the past. Yet
Hillel, the great man among
the rabbis of 2,000 years ago,
went so far as to suggest that
they were to be outdone in the
future.
And indeed the course of
history seems to suggest that
man is ever witnessing
developments, one more
miraculous than the other. We
talk of laser beams of light
performing surgery, of
reaching the moon a,
not. We are told hat ,h
notm.raclesbut.hew?1
matter of terminology?
Eliyahu ha-Navi tk
ofold.saidhecS &
ofP!heraVCrSlthewh0
of the earth. Now <*
contemplates such n*
visions as possibilities 1
we must conclude that sci
has an elemen. f
religious, or religion
element of science.
How shall we explain
miracle of the Macca
victory? Was i, due to S
or religion? Here were a
number of Jews facing
dictator of Asia ML
equipped with the mostq
war instruments of his timj.
The Jews seemed about
be wiped out. But in a
obscure town some 20 i
from Jerusalem, there w
devoted Jew, Matta.hias
raised the banner'
resistance. He but lit a s
candle and the enemy ,
done for. The weak m
strong and the strong
weak.
One little candle may \
another, observed the ra
of old.
We have witnessed in
own day a miracle equatij
that of the glorious
cabean victory. Some mij
even say that in accord
with the doctrine of
that it even transcends
whole host of nations
time, abetted by the power!
Kremlin state, sought
destruction of Israel. But (
has not ceased to
miracles.
Jews Who Put Up the first Fight for Religious Freedom
By PHILIP RUBIN
The Chanukah week, which
Jews all over the world are
now celebrating for eight days
by the lighting of candles, by
special prayers and by the
giving of gifts, once again
serves to remind us that Jews
were the first nation known to
history who put up a fight for
religious freedom and won.
Chanukah celebrates the
revolt led by Judas Maccabeus
and his four brothers in the
year 165 BCE, more than
2,000 years ago, against the
tyrannical Greek-Syrian king,
Antiochus Epiphanes, who
was then ruling Palestine and
wanted to impose Greek pagan
rites upon the Jews and
destroy their own
monotheistic religion.
One of the means for ac-
complishing this which
Antiochus adopted was to
order some of his soldiers
stationed in Jerusalem to
defile the Jewish Temple
there, since the Jerusalem
Temple was the very center of
Jewish religious life in the
country.
After a short but bitter
struggle, the Maccabeans won
the fight against the hordes of
Antiochus, cleansed the
Temple and re-lighted there
the candles, which by a
miracle, so tradition has it,
burned for eight days instead
of the one day they would
normally burn. That is why we
call Chanukah the Festival of
Lights.
The story of the Maccabean
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revolt is told in the Book of
Maccabees, one of the
Apocryphal books which did
not get into the authorized
Bible at the time it was decided
which of the writings
historical, legalistic,
prophetic, poetic which had
been accumulating in the Jew-
ish religious tradition over
many centuries, should be
canonized as part of the Jew-
ish Sacred Scriptures, the
Hebrew Bible, which
Christians later called the Old
Testament. Apparently the
Book of the Maccabees was
considered too recent, too
new, to be included in the
Hebrew Bible.
But it is a curious fact that
the Roman Catholic Church
does include the Book of the
Maccabees and other
Apocryphal writings in its
Bible. Though the Jews did
not take in the Book of the
Maccabees in their Bible, they
Hid decide to commemorate
*he Maccabean revolt and the
'e-dedication of the Jerusalem
Temple by celebrating an
tight-day semi-holiday every
ear, beginning with the 25th
day of the Hebrew month of
Xislev.
The struggle for religious
lreedom, for the right to
ivorship according to the
dictates of one's conscience,
Jias been going on for the past
2,000 years at various times in
the various parts of the world.
The early Christians were
persecuted by the pagan
authorities of the Roman
Empire because they wouldn't
regard the Roman Emperor as
a sort of god and wouldn't
bow down to his image.
In later ages Orthodox
Christians themselves began
persecuting all who dissented
from the officially endorsed
Christian creed, and that
included not only Jews and
Moslems but also Christians
who interpreted the teachings
of Jesus differently from the
Orthodox Catholic Church.
The Inquisition was set up in
Spain and Jews and others
were burned at the stake; in
France there was the St.
Bartholomew Day massacre of
thousands of Protestants
(called Huguenots) by Roman
Catholics in the 16th century.
Jews were forced to live in
ghettos, and in the 17th
Century, less than a hundred
years after Luther in Germany
had led the Protestant revolt
against Catholicism, there was
a Thirty-Years War in the
German-speaking countries in
which for three decades
Catholics and Protestants kept
murdering each other because
of their differing religions.
It was only toward the end
of the 18th Century, with the
coming of the American and
French revolutions, that the
idea of religious toleration
began to dawn upon the
populations of the Western
world. But this toleration, this
revolt against religious
fanaticism, which den
freedom of expression to i
sect but its own, started,
have to admit, with a revo
against all the histor
religions Christianity, bo
Catholic and Protestant, "
Judaism, out of wl
Christianity had sprung.
In the newly-formed Unhd
States of America, which W
become an independefl
republic after overthrown!
British rule, Thomas Paine.l
very influential revolution^
writer and propagandist, inr
pamphlet "The Age
Reason" attacked all nisio
religions.
In France the revolutionuj
of 1789, or rather the
tellectual leaders o
Revolution, went even un
than some of the intellect*
leaders of the Amm?
Revolution. While the
tellectual leaders of J
American Revolution am
themselves D'svS.
believers in One God.
disbelievers in the author")
any church, the French I
tellectual rebels were JJ
atheists who. when tfcyto-
over the power from
French monarchy
nobility, tried to en.hj |
'Goddess of R2
abolished Chrisuan J
and even the >";';,,
calendar, substituting'"
new calendar of their on.J
After turmoil of civil*
Continued on ?Wl4


Radio /TV Highlights Jjf
MOSAIC Sunday, Dec. 23, 9 a.m. WPTV
Channel 5 with host Barbara Gordon. Pre-empted (See
ihe Odyssey of the Torah Scrolls listed below).
. L'CHAYIM Sunday, Dec. 23, WPBR 1340-AM -
with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The Jewish Listener's
Digest, a radio magazine.
JEWISH MUSIC AND CULTURE HOUR Sunday,
Dec. 23, 6 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
Simon Silverman.
SHALOM Sunday, Dec. 23, 10 a.m. WPEC
Channel 12 (8:30 a.m. ON TV Channel 51) with host
Richard Peritz.
THE ODYSSEY OF THE TORAH SCROLLS -
Sunday, Dec. 23, 9 a.m. WPTV Channel 5 This
NBC-Eternal Light Chanukah special tells the story of
1 564 sacred Torah scrolls which were gathered together in
Prague from the desolated synagogues of Czechoslovakia
by the Nazis. Twenty-seven years ago they were entrusted
to Westminster Synagogue in London to be restored and
sent on permanent loan to synagogues around the world.
PARSON TO PARSON Sunday, Dec. 23, 8:15 a.m.
_ WCGY 850-AM Rabbi Samuel Silver of Temple
Sinai, Delray Beach, is in conversation with Dr. Paul
Sweets, pastor of the Christian Church in Palm Springs.
FLAMES OF FREEDOM Sunday, Dec. 23, 4:30
p m. WPBT Channel 2 (repeat from 12-20).
INTERDENOMINATIONAL Sunday, Dec. 23,
10:06 a.m. WDBF 1420-AM Rabbi Samuel Silver of
Temple Sinai, Delray Beach, and Christian colleagues
discuss Chanukah and Christmas.
DAVID GOLD TALK SHOW Tuesday, Dec. 25, 7
p m. WGBS 710-AM Rabbi Samuel Silver will be the
guest to discuss "a rabbi's look at Christmas."
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Community Calendar
December 21
Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood Chanukah Dinner 6 p.m.
Women's American ORT Haverhill Chanukah party -
7 p.m. Women's American ORT West Palm Beach -
board-9:30 a.m.
December 22
American Jewish Congress Lido Spa thru 12-25
December 23
Jewish Community Center Chanukah Festival 12-4 p.m.
Jewish Community Day School Parents Teacher
Organization Concert 8 p.m. Congregation Aitz
Chain) 10 a.m. Golden Lakes Temple Sisterhood 10
a.m. Temple B'nai Jacob Men's Club 9 a.m.
December 24
Jewish Community Center winter recess thru 1-1
Temple B'nai Jacob Sisterhood 10 a.m. B'nai B nth
Women Menorah board 10 a.m. Women's American
ORT Mid Palm 1 p.m. Hadassah Z'Hava board 10
a.m. Women's American ORT Evening Chanukah
Party-5:30-7:30 p.m.
December 25 _
Congregation Anshei Sholom 1 p.m. Hadassah Bat
Gurion Chanukah party 2 p.m. Women's American
ORT Boynton Beach board 12:30 p.m. Temple Beth
David Sisterhood 8 p.m.
December 26 _
Jewish Federation Board of Directors Meeting 8 p.ni.
Yiddish Culture Group 1 p.m. Women's American OK I -
North Palm Beach County Region 9:30 a.m. Jewisn
Theological Seminary organizational meeting at Breakers
- 3:30 p.m. American Red Magen David for Israel i
p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3196 7 p.m.
December 27 ,.
Women's American ORT Haverhill noon Hid?5"11"
Aliya 1 p.m. Jewish Community Day School -
education committee 8 p.m.
Happy Chanukah
Alfred Golden, Pres,
William Saulson, V.P.
Julian Almeida, F.D.
Fred Snyder
Carl Grossberg
River.ide Memorial Chapel*
_________Friday, December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 6
Jews Fast In Support of Soviet Jewry
By LISA SISKIN
Contributing Writer
Demonstrating against a
wave of persecution "remin-
iscent of the Stalinist era," 50
members of the Soviet Jewry
Task Force of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County went on a one-day fast
to protest solidarity with
Soviet Jews.
The members observed the
fast on Dec. 10 specifically to
coincide with Human Rights
Day, task force chair Shirlee
Blonder said at a news con-
ference in West Palm Beach.
In response to intensified
Soviet anti-Semitism 150 Jews
from 10 Soviet cities have
started hunger strikes. Jewish
leaders here say anti-Semitic
actions include systematic
harassment and arrest of
Jewish study group members
and their teachers.
"It's up to free people
everywhere to constantly
pressure the Soviet Union to
restore human rights, primary
among them the right to wor-
ship." said Alan Sherman,
Community Relations Coucil
director.
So far this year, only 800
Jews have been permitted to
emigrate from the Soviet
Union. This is low compared
to the 59,000 that were freed
from the Soviet Union in 1979.
Jews taking part in the one-
HOLD THE DATE
COMMUNITY PLEA
FOR
SOVIET JEWRY
V;^
Sunday, January 27,1985,7:30 p.m.
Temple Emanu-El
palm Beach
Guest Speaker
LYNN SINGER
National Past President of the
union of Councils for Soviet Jews

day fast hoped their actions
would raise the interest of the
public and the awareness of
the plight of Soviet Jews.
The Soviet Jewry Task
Force will be holding a rally
for the "Plight of Soviet
Jewry" on Jan. 27 at 7:30
p.m. at Temple Emanuel in
Palm Beach. All are welcome
to take part in the event. For
further information contact
the Jewish Federation office at
655-7706.
Lisa Siskin, a journalism
and public relations major at
the University of Georgia, is
an intern with the public rela-
tions department of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Chanukah TV Special
The Odyssey Of The Torah Scrolls
During this holiday season
at the end of the year, NBC, in
association with the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, has developed and
produced for The Eternal
Light program an historic half
hour television program
entitled "The Odyssey of the
Torah Scrolls." It will be aired
on Sunday, Dec. 23, 9 a.m.,
on WPTV Channel 5. The TV
program "Mosaic," spon-
sored by the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, was
pre-empted to bring this
program to the local audience.
This past summer NBC took
a camera crew to the West-
minster Synagogue in Rutland
Gardens in London to tape its
historic collection of 1,600
Torahs which had been
captured by the Nazis for
inclusion in what they thought
would be an exhibition of an
"extinct" people.
Not so! The almost 1,600
Torah scrolls were gathered
together and sent to the West-
minster Synagogue where for
the past 20 years they have
been restoring these scrolls
from extinct Jewish commu-
nities in Czechoslovakia for
distribution to synagogues
throughout the world, thereby
maintaining the continuity of
these lost communities.
For the first time, the NBC-
Eternal Light television
audience will be able to
journey to Prague, London
and to Chicago where one ot
the Torah scrolls finally found
a home in the Sager-Solomon
Schechter Day School. Rabbi
Stanley J. Schachter, vice-
chancellor of the Jewish Theo- back in 1972 he carried from
logical Seminary of America, London to Chicago a precious
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Women's
Division
Open Board
Meeting
A record number of close to 100 women attended the Open Board meeting of the
Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County. The
meeting, held Dec. 5 at the Jewish Community Day School, highlighted the
programs and services of Women's Division. Dr. Norms Schulman, a local
psychologist in private psychotherapy practice, was the guest speaker.
Dr. Norma Schulman explained how American
women, as well as Israeli women whom she met
this past summer while on a L'JA mission,
exemplify women who have overcome the
"Jewish American Princess and Yiddishe
Momma" stereotype.
Jewish Education Forum
December Dilemma:
The Menorah or the Tree
By ANN LYNN UPTON
Jewish Education Director
Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
As we embark upon the
"holiday season" in the
United States, we must be
cognizant of the issues that
face us as committed Jews in a
non-Jewish environment. In
addition to our own roles in
relation to a generally
Christian society we must also
think- carefully of how to
relate our Jewish conscious-
ness to our families most
especially our children.
Explaining Christmas to a
Jewish child is not an easy task
in an environment which is so
commercially and socially
imbued with the "Christmas
spirit." Jewish children are
often unclear on what
Christmas is all about and
therefore find it hard to
understand why it is a holiday
that we cannot celebrate in our
homes. The symbols on the
Christmas tree may appear as
pretty baubles but when we
look into the meaning we dis-
cover that the apples
(Christmas balls today) were
reminders of the apple that
tempted Eve and the sin of
mankind. The tinsel recalls the
"heavenly hosts" who are
supposed to have attended the
birth of Jesus, the star reminds
Christians of the Star of
Bethlehem and the tree itself
may have originated in pagan
life but has deep religious
symbolism. It is "based on a
legend that the night Jesus was
born all the trees of the forest
bloomed and bore fruits .
The Christmas tree is still
meant today to symbolize the
resurrection and immortality
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Jewish home. It is not an
American holiday it is the
most important Christian holy
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Is it harmful to celebrate the
"spirit of Christmas" that
of love, peace and giving in
a Jewish family? Most defi-
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to present mixed messages to
our children. We are com-
mitted to Jewish life and we
need not borrow from others
to give our children a sense of
joy and love. What more
beautiful sight than a menorah
filled with burning candles?
What more meaningful and
lovely holiday exists than
Passover? What more fun
than Purim and if festive
decorating is our desire then
let us all decorate our Sukkas
next fall. We have a religion
filled with beauty, family
celebration and spirituality
and let us pledge to imbue our
children with the joy of being
committed Jews today and in
the years to come.
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irqanizations in
the News
AMERICAN MIZRACHI WOMEN
okhona Chapter's card party and mini lunch will be
Li on Sunday, Dec. 23, 11 a.m., in the clubhouse party
For reservations call Ethel Moskowitz or Estelle
Eoldman.
tne chapter will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 12:30
L at the American Savings Bank, Westgate.
a cruise is planned Sunday, Feb. 3 to Feb. 8 on the
Liim to Mexico. Kosher food will be available. Gourmet
Cwil be served all day.
fp reservations call Ruth Presser or Rose Glassel.
AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID
Nfunva Chapter will hold their meeting on Jan. 23, 1
I at the American Savings Bank, Westgate. Hyman
lakower will show slides of Israel from its early stages up
oihe present time.
B'NAIB'RITH
1 Haifa Lodge will hold their regular meeting on Sunday,
I 23 9 30 a.m., at the Royal Palm Clubhouse, 22nd
fe and North Federal Highway.
The west speaker will be Dr. Simon Silverman who will
Li musical program on the evolution of Jewish music.
I was formerly a member of the Board of Education of
lw York City, and is a clinical psychologist.
Yachad Unit of Palm Beach County No. 5231 will be on
ednes'ay Dec. 26, 7:30 p.m., at Temple Emeth, 5780
I. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach.
[Tne Musical Aires, a mandolin and banjo orchestra of
m members, will play Yiddish show tunes, Hebrew songs
E sing-a-long tunes.
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
I Professors Gerald Bernstein and Robert Greenberg,
Lociate professors at Brandeis University, will address
be Palm Beach East Chapter, members and guests on
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 10 a.m., at the new Raddison Hotel,
B5 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach.
| Luncheon will be served at noon after the "University
jr. Wheels." Tax-deductible contribution is $30 to the
[randeis University National Women's Committee. For
pmediate reservations call chair Vera Levine.
HADASSAH
Aliya Group Lake Worth Chapter will hold its
iembership meeting on Thursday, Dec. 27, 1 p.m., at
temple Beth Sholom, Lake Worth.
1 Helen Smith, program chair, announces that there will
It a brief Chanukah program to commemorate l ne
lestival of Lights."
I Martin Syden, well-known lecturer and world traveler,
I present "A Trip to Israel" illustrated with slides and
^mmentary.
j Boynton Beach Chapter will hold a meeting on Monday,
kn. 7, 12:30 p.m., at the Royal Palm Clubhouse, 554 NE
find Ave. Bob Schacter, director of the Palm Beach
lounty regional office of the American Society tor
[echnion. will present a film called "Israel, 20th Century
Miracle."
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
[The Palm Beach Section will hold a gala 10th birthday
|n> luncheon on Jan. 23 at Bernards, 1730 North Federal
Vghway in Boynton Beach. The cost is $15 per person.
pairwomen are Judy Wise and Rita Burness.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
k Haverhill Chapter cordially invites its members and
leir spouses (or friends) to attend their meeting to be held
f Dec. 27, 12 noon, at the Sunrise Bank at Gun Club
pad and Military Trail.
[In keeping with the spirit of Chanukah, there will be
>>rse Racing and Drcidel games.
JOn Monday, Dec. 24, 12:30 p.m., the Lake Worth West
ppter will hold their monthly meeting at the Sunrise
"{ik. Gun Club Road and Military Trail. Esther Samuels,
"known speaker, will review the book, "The Haj" by
on Uris. A mini-lunch will also be served.
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Dr. Florence Kaslow,
director of the Florida
Couples and Family Institute,
will be the special guest
speaker at the next program
meeting of the Business and
Professional Women's Group
of the Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, announced
Amy Jonas, program chair.
The event will be held on Jan.
9, 6:30 p.m., at the Hyatt
Palm Beaches. Ruth Berman
and Dr. Kaslow have been
named to co-chair this
month's program.
Dr. Kaslov, currently in
private practice as a therapist
and consultant in West Palm
Beach, will address the topic
"Superwoman, Stress and
Sexuality For Everything
There is a Season." Mrs.
Berman noted that "Dr.
Kaslow's extensive back-
ground in family psychology
together with her outstanding
ability to express herself has
resulted in her being a
frequent guest on radio and
TV shows in various parts of
the United States. We are
pleased that she is an active
member of our Women's
Business and Professional
Group and look forward to
her addressing this subject
which is most relevant to
working women."
Dr. Kaslow, who received
her PhD from Bryn Mawr
College, is an adjunct profes-
iilMllli
Dr. Florence Kaslow
sor of medical psychology,
department of psychiatry at
Duke University Medical
School in Durham, North
Carolina. She was a professor
and chief of the forensic
psychology-psychiatry section
at Hahnemann Medical
College in Philadelphia from
1973-1980. She served as first
president of the American
Board of Forensic Psy-
chology, Inc., from 1978-80
and is presently a board
member of APA Division No.
41 (Psychology and Law).
Dr. Kaslow has served as
editor and chief of the Journal
of Marital and Family
Therapy and is currently on
the editorial board of JMFT as
well as other journals. She has
edited and co-authored books
on supervision and consulta-
tion, family therapy, psycho-
therapy and the military
family and has contributed
chapters to many other books.
Mrs. Berman announced
that for the first time the
program will feature a
kosher cuisine. "Due to the
association of Steve Greenseid
Catering with the Hyatt, we
are able to serve a kosher
smorgasbord preceding the
program." she said. The cost
is $20 for the program and
smorgasbord. Call Faye
Stoller, Women's Division as-
sistant director, 832-2120 by
Jan. 2 for reservations.
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January 10 event. The tour will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the home
of Dorothy Ludwig in Eastpointe where a "shotgun" con-
tinental breakfast will be served. The bus will stop at the Jewish
Federation's four beneficiary agencies including the Jewish
Community Center, the Jewish Family and Children's Service,
the Jewish Community Day School and the Morse Geriatric
Center. For more information contact Faye Stoller, assistant
Women's Division director, at the Federation office 832-2120.
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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
Many elements combine to
make the Hot Kosher Lunch
Program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center a success. Fore-
most among these is the
opportunity to form new and
lasting friendships.
Each weekday, seniors
gather for intimate talk,
educational discussions, game
playing, leisure and song.
These activities are followed
by a hot, kosher, nutritious
lunch served with warmth and
hospitality by our dedicated
volunteers. There is no set fee,
but persons are asked to make
a contribution each meal.
MENU FOR THE WEEK
Dec. 24-Dec. 31
MONDAY Games
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TUESDAY
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Christmas
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Organizations
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Continued from Page 7
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Catholic-Jewish Dialogue
Similarities Outweigh Differences
the
Catholic-Jewish
Dialogue draws to a close, the
Ural feeling among the
i pan" was that the
PJ* rities of the two religions
K more marked than the
llicnarities, noted Elsie
'Sto co-chair She and her
cochair, Nancy Couch, have
announced
discussion ses
explore the
latein-
Encounter on Jan. 16 and 17
to'which the entire community
is invited.
On Jan. 16, 7:30 p.m., at St.
two
the ten
held to
faiths will
Iculminate in a Catholic-Jewish
Ignatius Loyola Cathedral,
9999 North Military Trail,
Palm Beach Gardens, two
national leaders, Rabbi James
Rudin and Rev. John
Pawlikowski will participate in
a dialogue. The following
morning at 9 a.m., at Temple
Emanu-El, 190 North County
Road, Palm Beach Gardens,
the two religious leaders will
conduct a general session
followed by a choice of three
workshops.
During a past session on
"what we teach our children
about each other's religion,"
Prominent Community
Leaders Lend
Support To JCC
A group of area Jewish
leaders has added its support
io plans for a new full-service
campus for the Jewish Com-
munity Center of the Palm
Beaches.
Expressing full support for
the center's plans, the busi-
ness, professional and civic
leaders serving on the JCC's
advisory board of trustees had
their first meeting recently at
the Biltmore in Palm Beach.
Board members will struc-
ture a major fundraising
program in the coming
months, according to Jeanne
Levy, who chaired the meeting
and serves as board co-chair.
Now completing a decade of
operation, the JCC is hard-
pressed for space in its current
facilities on Okeechobee
Road. An array of successful
programs already serves all
age groups.
Guest speaker Esther Leah
Ritz, president of the national
JWB (Jewish Welfare Board),
offered resources for staff and
leadership training. She
stressed the need for adequate
center facilities.
"As the Jewish population
continues growing in the Palm
Beaches, a cohesive com-
munity will not automatically
develop," she said. "The JCC
is a vital link that builds a
sense of belonging for all
ages."
Myron Nickman, president
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Palm Beach County, spoke
about the next stages in the
JCC's development program.
Plans presented at the meet-
ing by Ed Oliver of Oliver and
Glidden Architects of West
Palm Beach would transform
a 16.5 acre Haverhill Road site
into a focal point for Jewish
culture. The JCC has already
closed on the land.
Two main buildings with
lakefront views would house a
multi-purpose auditorium and
a pre-school, gymnasium,
health club, meeting rooms,
lobby with space for exhibi-
tions, and offices.
Outdoor amenities would
Continued on Page 10-
[Left to right]: H Irwin Levy, member of the Advisory Board of
Trustees; Max Fisher, renowned Jewish philanthropist, and
Murray Goodman, member of the Advisory Board of Trustees
IN shown discussing plans for building the Jwl8^Comn,unV1,y
Center at a meeting which was Held November 29 at the BUt-
morc in Palm Beach.
I}* Cummings, left, and Jeanne Levy, co-chairs of the
Advisory Board of Trustees for the Jewish Community Center,
fe shown conferring at its first meeting.
both groups concluded that,
generally speaking, they
taught very little about each
other. Since this subject was
found to be most interesting, it
will be included in one of the
workshops at the Encounter.
"Our discussions have been
conducted on a very high level
with lay leaders, priests and
rabbis contributing much
information," Mrs. Leviton
declared. "We are all tuned in
to inter-faith exploration."
According to Mrs. Leviton,
this is a fortunate time, when
liberal elements are in-
fluencing Catholic thinking, to
be engaged in inter-faith
discussions. "It used to be that
Catholic doctrine was handed
down from the hierarchy to
the laity. Now the feeling is
that the hierarchy is listening
to what the laity is saying,"
she said.
Since a warm, frank
relationship has developed,
Mrs. Leviton noted that the
issues of abortion and school
prayer were able to be delved
into in depth. "Although we
learned that Catholics oppose
abortion because of the
sanctity of human life, we also
learned that there was not only
one Catholic point of view but
many divergent opinions just
like in Judaism. On the
question of the separation of
church and state, the Catholics
are pretty much in sympathy
with us and believe that the
practicing and teaching of
religion belongs in parochial
schools, not in public ones."
The frank talks did not
sidestep the subject of
historical anti-Semitism as
practiced by the Catholic
church. "Although this was
not denied, the Catholic
participants agreed that it was
allowed to surface because
there was not always good
leadership in the church and
abuses did occur."
The ten sessions gave the
Catholics and Jews an op-
portunity to get to know each
other. "We are looking for a
continuing project on which
we both can work together.
The hope was expressed that
after the Encounter, we would
find reasons to collaborate on
some social action," con-
cluded Mrs. Leviton.
"We urge the community to
come to the Catholic-Jewish
Encounter to learn more about
each other's religion and
establish an ongoing dialogue
which will prove to be of great
benefit to our community,"
stated Mrs. Leviton and Mrs.
Couch.
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The Rabbinical Corner
DEVOTED TO DISCUSSION OF THEMES AND ISSUES RELEVANT TO ^WISH UFE. FAST AND PRESENT
The Age Of Miracles
By RABBI
WILLIAM MARDER
Temple Beth David
The second blessing which
we recite every night of
Chanukah at candlelighting
time praises God who has
done miracles bayamim
hahaym, bazman hazeh in
days of old, at this season of
the year.
1 have always understood
that phrase differently. I
understand it to mean
bayamim hahaym in those
days of old, bazman hazeh
and in this time too. For I
believe that the miraculous
overthrow of the dominant
Hellenistic forces (military,
cultural, and religious) in the
time of Judah Maccabee was
only one example of an endless
stream of miracles which have
occurred in Jewish history.
And in fact, the existence of
the Jewish people today is
eloquent testimony to the pos-
sibility of miracles in the
world.
The age of miracles did not
end or cease with our an-
cestors, but the process
continues into our generation,
into our time. The example of
a large community of 'refuse-
niks' in the Soviet Union, Jews
who have sacrificed jobs,
positions, and economic
security in order to declare
Rabbi William Marder
themselves candidates for
emigration, is a miracle. The
existence within the Soviet
Union of Jews, 67 years after
the Russian revolution, who
actively pursue Jewish learn-
ing, Hebrew language knowl-
edge, Shabbat and holiday
observance is mind-boggling
to the Soviets no less than
to the rest of the world.
The existence of the state of
Israel, now in its thirty-
seventh year, is a miracle of
modern Jewish history, too.

Best Wishes For A Happy Chanukah
The Law Firm Of
Montgomery, Lytal, Reiter,
Denney and Searcy, P.A.
That after almost 1900 years
without an independent sover-
eign state, the Jewish people
reconstituted themselves in the
land of Israel cannot be paral-
leled in the annals of historical
experience.
And our own American
Jewish community. Despite all
the perils and the attractions
of modern society, the
pressures of the majority
religion, the assimilation
e.veryone predicted for us, the
'Disappearance of the Amer-
ican Jew' (as the news maga-
zines like to title their
provocative articles) has not
happened. Instead, young
American Jews remain proud
of their Jewish identity;
courses in Judaica and in
Hebrew are readily available
on practically every college
campus; Jewish life is
flourishing in intensive, albeit
small, groups everywhere.
Jews everywhere continue to
defy the odds, to refute
predictions so confidently
made about them. In Jewish
life, the possibility of the
Miraculous is not be denied.
Indeed, it just may define the
Jew of today.
We acknowledge that as we
gather around the Chanukah
menorah and say this year
again, as we have for ages
past: Praised are You, Lord
our God, who has performed
miracles for our generations in
those days, as in our own time.
JCC
Wishing All Our Friends
A Happy Chanukah
Dawn and Lewis Kapner
Steven, Kimberly, Michael
and Allison
Continued from Page 8-
feature an amphitheater,
athletic fields, tennis courts, a
central plaza, play areas and a
swimming pool.
"There is no doubt of the
need for expanded facilities,"
said Jerome Melman, execu-
tive director of the center.
"The county's Jewish popula-
tion is already 45,000 and is
projected to reach 70,000 by
1988.
"The community itself has
stated its desire for a JCC that
will accommodate many more
families," he said, referring to
a recent needs assessment
study by the center, the
federation and various com-
munity groups, which showed
support for the project.
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OF THE PALM BEACHES, INC.
2415 Okcechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL
689-7700
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Candle Lighting Time
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Religious Directory
Conservative
CONGREGATION ANSHEI SHOLOM: 5348 Gpovp B.
West Palm Beach 33409. PHone 684-3212. Rabbi I I
Vander Walde. Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Dailv R-in
and 5:30 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m. and a late servL.is u
p.m., followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday: 8:30 am Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos. pnL'
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH OF BOYNTON BEACH
501 N.E. 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach 33435. Phone 586.94a I
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin, Cantor Arthur R. Rosenwaa
Monday 8:30 ajn.; Thursday 8:30 a.m. Sabbath service
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
GOLDEN LAKES TEMPLE: 1470 Golden Lakes BlvH I
West Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi w
Speiser. Daily Services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. SaK
services Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m., 5 p.m., MinchJ
followed by Sholosh Suedos.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID: 4657 Hood Road, Palm Beach I
Gardens 33410. Phone 694-2350. Rabbi William Marder
Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services. Friday 8 p.m
Saturday 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 2815 No. Flagler Dr., West Palm
Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch.
Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan 8:15 a.m., Sunday and
Legal Holidays 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 315 N. A' Street, Lake Worth
33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg, Cantor
Jacob Elman. Services Monday and Thursday 8:15 a.m.,
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 224 N.W. Avenue G, Belk |
Glade 33430. Sabbath services Friday, 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-
3886.
TEMPLE BETH ZION: Lions Club, 700 Camelia Dr., Royal I
Palm Beach. Mailing Address: POBox 104, 650 Royal Palm
Blvd.. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411. Sabbath Services Friday8
p.m., Saturday 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Phone 793-
9122.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB: 2177 So. Congress Ave., West Palm
Beach 33406. Phone 433-5957. Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman.
Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m., Saturday and Holidays 9a.m..
Monday and Thursday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL: 190 North County Road, Palm Beach
33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel Chazin, Cantor David
Dardashti. Sabbath services, Friday 8:30 p.m.: Saturday 9a.m.
THE TREASURE COAST JEWISH CENTER Ben
Abraham: 3257 S.E. Salerno Road, Port Salerno. Rabbi
Abraham Rose. 1-287-8833. Services Friday evenings 8 p.m.
LAKE WORTH JEWISH CENTER: St. Lukes United
Methodist Chapel, 165 Ohio Road, Lake Worth. Phone 433-
1869. Friday night serivces 8:15p.m., Saturday. 9a.m.
Orthodox
CONGREGATION AITZ CHAIM: Century Village, West
Palm Beach. Phone 689-4675. Sabbath services 9 a.m. ando
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Reform
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL: 1592 Floresta, P.O. Boi
857146, Port St. Lucie, FL 33452. Friday night services 8 pm.
Saturday morning 10:30 a.m. Phone 465-6977.
THE REFORM TEMPLE OF JUPITERTEQUESTA: at
Jupiter High School. Military Trail, Jupiter. Mailing adflrew
Plaza 222, U.S. No. 1, Tequeeta 33458. Phone 747-4235. Rabbi
Alfred L. Friedman. Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 4600 Oleander Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL
33450. Phone 461-7428.
TEMPLE BETH* SHALOM: St. Helens Parish Hall b
Avenue and Victory Blvd., Vero Beach 32960, mailing addreM
P.O. Box 2113, Vero Beach, FL 32961-2113. Rabbi Richard 1)
Messing. Phone 1-569-0180.
TEMPLE BETH TOR AH: at Wellington Elementary School.
13000 Paddock Dr., Weat Palm Beach. Mailing ***::
Box 17008, Weat Palm Beach, FL 33406. Friday servicaJ'"
p.m. Rabbi Steven R. Westman. Phone 793-2700.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: 1901 No. Flagler Dr., West f**3
33407. Phone 833-8421. Rabbi Howard Shapiro, um*
Soloist Susan Weiss. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA: at St. Catharine's Greek Orthodox OjJ
Social Hall 4000 Washington Rd.. at Southern Bou*
Rabbi Joel L. Levine. Cantor Anne Newman. Maihngj*<&"
5154 Okeechobee Blvd., Watt-Palm Beach. FL 33409. ro
471-1526.


Friday, December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
iagogueNews
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
Lrhood will hold its
d meeting on Monday,
7 945 a.m., and its
Har"meeting on Tuesday,
[u 1 p.m. The mstalla-
0f'l985 officers plus a
[concert with Nick Zito,
fcone, accompanied by
, Rosenbaum will be fea-
dat the regular meeting.
HiPLKBETHTORAH
[gala Chanukah Service,
luring the renowned
Iple Beth Torah Choir
the direction of Lee
ban, will highlight this
Bv evening meeting at the
|ington Elementary
01, Big H'uc Trace and
Bock. Religious School
Cms and their parents and
[hts will participate.
jam l mihovich,
biional director, will
L( a gift from the
Ems the proceeds from
"lap-a-thon" to the
kmanol the Building Fund
in memory of Cantor
kolas Fenakel after whom
new religious school
Jing will he named. Lee
Jnman and Rabbi Westman
(officiate at the service and
llelighting, which will con-
ic with a festive Oneg
that.
TEMPLE JUDEA
he temple's annual
Inukah candlelight service
"be held Friday evening,
at the special time of
I p.m. Rabbi Joel Levine
Cantor Anne Newman
lofliciate.
l\er\onc is invited to bring
own menorahs and
lies and to participate in a
mony of light and song.
|bi Levine created this
Kept for Temple Judea's
I Chanukah service in
|l Since then, up to 800
pie have attended this
Iding-room-only service
lly. This service is struc-
|J so as io include and en-
age the attendance of
Wren from infants to teen-
p. V pan ol the festiv-
Rabbi 1 evine will bless
Decembei birthday
Jbranis and tell a brief
Inukah tale of Chelm.
I Newman will lead
N ( hanukah songs. The
Joush will be chanted by
I Bakei and Eric Frisch.
TMotzi will be chanted by
i Dawn Davis, Amy Fox,
|m I nedlander, Jason
p. and Meredith Ostrow.
oneg shabbat which
ps is sponsored by Sister-
V The entire service will
klude at approximately
1p.m.
LAKE WORTH
JEWISH CENTER
pphen Levitt, executive
for of the Jewish Family
1 Children's Service of
Beach County, will
Is the congregation at
Friday evening services,
pta's topic will be "The
8ing Jewish Family."
Misterhood will hold a
JWkah Party on Saturday
KOec. 22,7:30 p.m. at
preenacres Community
* 'his coincides with the
.anniversary of the
Fan Lake Worth house
phip which has grown to
over 480 members in that short
time.
The dual celebration is also
for husbands and friends.
Enjoy a fun-filled evening of
entertainment, prizes, sur-
prises and refreshments for a
donation of $5. For tickets,
call Ruth Metzler or Ethel
Shapiro.
Soviet Propaganda
Continued from Page 1
Close relatives assert that the
items were in both cases
planted by the police."
Other arrests of other
Jewish activists are cited. The
report also notes the plight of
imprisoned Jews such as
Anatoly Shcharansky and
losif Begun. It adds that
"even Jewish refuseniks who
sought only their own emigra-
tion came under the increasing
harassment by the Soviet
authorities during the review
period.
"THE SENTENCING of
Aleksandr Yakir to two years
in a labor camp for alleged
draft evasion was indicative of
the deteriorating situation of
Soviet Jewry. Accused of
evading the draft since 1977,
Yakir was arrested only after
he had passed his 28th birth-
day and was no longer eligible
to be inducted into the army."
The report found that
during the six months
reviewed, the Soviet Union
continued to place restrictions
on the ability of Soviet citizens
to have contacts with for-
eigners, adopting a decree July
1 making persons who render
assistance to foreigners liable
to fines.
"This new Soviet decree on
aiding foreigners coincided
with an unprecedented
campaign of harassment,
primarily on the part of
Leningrad authorities, aimed
at discouraging contacts
between local citizens and for-
eigners," the report said.
NUMEROUS American
tourists were subjected to
searches, expulsions, physical
abuse and detention by the
militia simply for having met
with Soviet citizens. Jewish
refuseniks in Leningrad who
met Americans were
denounced in the local press.
These crude attempts to dis-
courage fundamental free-
doms of expression and
contacts with foreigners event-
ually forced the Department
of State to issue a travel ad-
visory for Leningrad, warning
tourists of potential dangers
they may face when visiting
the city."
The report found a few
bright spots in Eastern
Europe. In Czechoslovakia,
Rabbi David Miller was or-
dained, becoming the first
resident rabbi since 1970. The
report also noted that in
Hungary last May, authorities
quietly began allowing any
Israeli to visit, dropping the
requirement that only those
with relatives in Hungary
could travel there. Two
delegations, representing the
Hungarian Jewish com-
munity, also visited Israel.
Burrows
Continued from Page 1
Boston area, he is a graduate
of Harvard and its graduate
school of business.
Burrows has been an active
participant in community
affairs with both Jewish and
civic organizations. Currently
he is a member of the Feder-
ation's board of directors and
is chair of the Palm Beach
County regional chapter ol the
Anti-Defamation League, a
position he lias held for the
lust two years.
A longtime supporter of the
arts, Burrows presently sits on
the board of the Palm Beach
Festival. He has written
several articles for local
newspapers expressing his
concern about current Jewish
issues.
Serving on the Major Gifts
dinner committee are Myron
J. Nickman, president; Arnold
L. Lampert, general campaign
chair; Madame Bea
Alexander, Nathan
Appleman, Ralph Biernbaum,
Robert Balgley, Paul R.
Chanin, Donald Cooper, Alan
H. Cummings, Peter D.
Cummings, Leonard Davis,
Alec Engelstein, Heinz Eppler,
David Finkle, Max M. Fisher,
Miles Q. Fiterman, Arthur
Gladstone, Emanuel Goldberg
andC Cierald Goldsmith.
Also serving on the commit-
tee are Murray H. Goodman,
Sylvia Hassenfeld, Irving
Kaufman, Sidney Kohl, Irene
Kornhauser, H. Irwin Levy,
Joseph Mandel, Ruth Mazer,
Gilbert Messing, Elizabeth
Newman, Peter Rapaport,
Mvron C. Roberts, Berenice
Rogers, Alan L. Shulman,
Sidney Stoneman, Samuel
Tedlow and Harold O. Toor.
For more information
contact Douglas Kleiner, cam-
paign director, at the Feder-
ation office 832-2120.
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At Institutions For The Elderly
Friday, December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
By MURRAY J. KERN
What is the nature of the
Jnukah holiday for today s
wish institutionalized ei-
Liv living in a Christian
C jn'e? Among the green and
d decorations are inter-
red blue and white signs
Luncing the Chanukah
' liday and even drawings
biding the victory of the
Lccabees. Along with the
thristmas tree, there is often a
fchied Menorah and when
Thristmas carols aren't
Uling, Chanukah songs can
theard. It wasn't always thus
, Palm Beach County.
I The Jewish Federation
fciaplaincy program in its
jxth year, with the coopera-
jon of home administrators,
U brought about significant
hnges in the celebration of
hanukah and other Jewish
..nOi Or
lardashti Family
To Perform At
Jewish
Community
Day School
On Sunday, Dec. 23, 7
b.m., the world-renowned
pardashti family will gather in
{he area to perform a concert
lo benefit the Jewish Com-
nunity Day School of Palm
Jltach County.
Each an artist in his own
light, this occasion marks the
prst time the family has ga-
rnered to perform together
ind promises to be a holiday
Jnusical treat for young and
bid alike.
Jona, the father, has ap-
eared only twice before in the
I.S. once at Carnegie Hall.
Jons Farid, Howard, and
David (who is the cantor at
.)Ie Emanu-El of Palm
r.xh), are all cantors.
Louisa, the only daughter, is a
recording artist in Israel.
rarid's wife. Sheila, a
.graduate of New York's
School of Performing Arts,
j*ill perform with their two
laughters, Danielle and
Galeet, who presently attend
libe Magnet Schools in Los
Angeles. Emcee for the
evening is well-known per-
llormer-turned-movie
producer Jan Howard Smith.
The concert is to be held at.
Temple Beth El, located on
flagier Drive in West Palm
ach. Ticket prices are $18,
|h6. $50, and $100. There is
Mo a Patron, Benefactor, and
[Honorary Committee
wagory. This concert benefits
StJewish Con"nunity Day
school with proceeds ear-
marked for the Scholarship
fund and all contributions are
| lax deductible.
iiJfmore information, or to
Purchase tickets, please
PWf the Jewish Com-
ity Day School.
holidays in nursing homes and
retirement centers. Members
of the Chaplain Aide
program, under the direction
of Rabbi Alan R. Sherman,
conduct candle lighting, and
provide Chanukah music and
songs. Festive foods such as
potato latkes, apple sauce or
doughnuts are often served.
The story of the Maccabee
fight for freedom and the
candle lighting are particularly
important to the confined el-
derly, who have lost much of
the freedom we take for
granted. The Chanukah story
bolsters their self-esteem
which is evidenced when they
are heard explaining the holi-
day to their non-Jewish peers
whom they proudly invite to
participate in the cermonies.
The ritual of lighting the
Chanukah candles is especially
important to those older
persons whose senses are
dimmed and where cognition
is flickering. The glow of the
candles combined with the
blessings, light up memorable
pictures of the past and kindle
warm, nostalgic feelings.
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman and
members of the Chaplain Aide
program will be presenting
Chanukah programs at
correctional centers in Lan-
tana and Belle Glade.
Persons desiring to join the
Jewish Federation Chaplain
Aide program for 'friendly
visiting' at hospitals, nursing
homes, retirement centers or
to assist in religious services at
these institutions, may call the
office of the chaplain, Rabbi
Alan R. Sherman, 655-7706.
Chaplain Aides Bea Lebson [center] and Phillip Sher (right]
watch as a resident of the Convalescent Center of the Palm
Beaches lights the Chanukah menorah and sings the blessings
during a Chanukah celebration at the nursing home last year.
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We Wish All Our Friend,
A Healthy and Happy Chanukah
Debbie, Howard, Nancy
& Joshua Sabarra
Ronni and Jay Epstein
and
Gregg and Jordan
Happy Chanukah
The Chanukah Rebellion
died down in France and
Napoleon Bonaparte declared
himself hmperor and took all
governmental powers in his
hands, the historic religions
reestablished themselves in the
country, but church and state
were separated, and religious
toleration for all sects was
proclaimed.
In North America, this
separation of church and state
and consequent toleration of
all religious groups had been
proclaimed years earlier in the
Bill of Rights which was at-
tached to the Constitution of
the United States and is still
functioning.
In this 20th Century the
struggle for religious liberty
has suffered some severe
reversals, particularly in
Communist Russia, where the
three million Jews are the
main sufferers from the
fanaticism of a secular religion
- the religion of Communism
which is the official creed
and persecutes the older
theistic religions. Judaism,
which in the Soviet Union
remains entirely Orthodox, is
the greatest victim of this
persecution because the
Communist regime is afraid of
Jud sm's international con-
nections, and so it tries to
pulverize Judaism by denying
rabbis the right to be present
at international Jewish
conferences and by even
forbidding the formation of a
national federation of syna-
gogues and inter-
communication of Jewish
congregations, within Russia
itself.
Why it forbids the Jews to
form such a national feder-
ation and to communicate
with their brethren abroad
while allowing these things to
such Christian sects as the
Greek Orthodox, the Baptists
and the Armenians, remains a
puzzle to those of us who are 1
living in free democracies.
Russian Jews cannot even
formally protest against such I
treatment. Not even an indi-
rect protest, such as the
presence of thousands of Jew-
ish young men singing and
dancing on Simchat Torah in
front of one or two Moscow
synagogues as a symbol of
resentment of the treatment of
the Jewish religion there, is
permitted by the authorities
any longer. And so the fight
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for the equal treatment of
Judaism with the other
religions in the USSR must
mainly be carried on from
abroad, must be conducted by
the Jews of the United States
and the other free
democracies.
Thus we see that the struggle
for religious freedom on the
part of Jews and others in
various parts of the world has
not been completely won. In
several Latin American
countries, Protestants are not
permitted by the authorities to
carry on missionary activities
in these overwhelming
Catholic lands. Even here in
the United States, where
religious toleration is fairly
Continued from Page 4
widespread, some Christian
sects like the Old Amish and
Jehovah's Witnesses oc-
casionally complain of
religious discrimiantion
against them by governmental
authorities and the public
generally.
We can only hope for the
arrival of a time in the near
future when both government
and the public will grant full
rights to all religious groups
who observe the elementary
decencies, the ethical prin-
ciples which are common to all
mankind, to worship God as
they please and to live the kind
of life when they believe that
God has ordained for them.
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Friday, December 21,1984/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 16
Continued from Peg*
Lrts many researchers seek
Sons outside Israel -
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Uable a"d many ncv*r
t rn Bar-Han and Haifa
Ssities. Weizman Insti-
' of Science, Technion
iitute (the main source of
li engineers), and lei
viv University (280 faculty
U off in past two years), also
C all absorbing severe reduc-
es that affect every student.
fin the past 10 years, enroll-
Lt in the seven major uni-
vcrsities has increased by 30
percent, to 65,000, but the
number of professors declined
by three percent. And, since
1974, the overall public share
of annual university operating
budgets has been reduced to
$220 million, down 28 percent.
Demand is substantial on the
Jewish Agency's strained $65
million education budget,
which mainly comes from the
UJA-Community Campaign.
It costs $5,700 on average
($11,500 in science) to provide
a year's education for each
Hyatt Palm Beaches Handles
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"We are offering meals
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lOreat lengths are being taken
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The catering program is
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"We are currently capable
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Happy Chanukah
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Chanukah Foods
Friday, December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County P*"7" 17-
A number of types of food
LAcustomarily prcPared'
tfhraic Chanukah. The
Son oi eating cheese
LiScies. lor instance, goes
JS beyond the 14th century.
t earliest latkes levtvot, m
Krew pancakes, in
Indish) were apparently made
R cheese. Later, the custom
E expanded to include all
C s of pancakes. During the
fiddle Ages, the tradition of
king cheese was associated
Jriih the story of Judith, who
luted Hololernes (their story
Tm the Apocrypha). Fried
Ls, perhaps because of the
Lciation Of oil with the
foliday. are also popular In
Edition to potato latkes
Mich are a favorite food of
Lws of Eastern European
Lkground (potatoes were
leap and available during
\ winter), fritters, bourekas
L kreplach are appropriate
loliday fare. In Israel, the
Ivorite sweet for Chanukah is
dso fried sufgamot,
joughnuts! Other foods can
Ibviously be served -and
jubstituted for any or all ot
fee above. If you have young
fcildren, you might consider
taking sugar cookies, rolling
Lit the dough, and letting
kern cut out and decorate
Okies in holiday shapes. (If
bu don't have the right
okie cutters, make card-
joard shapes a draydel, the
mers nun, gimmel, hay and
pin, etc.)
Jin The Classic Cuisine oj
he Italian Jews, Edda Servi
Hachlin writes:
I "The use of oil for
Ihanukuh was not limited to
)e lighting of the lamps; it
as also used for cooking,
Ipecially for frying. During
lhanukah we ate all sorts of
lied desserts. We made
ncakes and fritters with
Dtatoes, apples, rice, etc. But
J Pitigliano (her town) the
lords Triuelle di Chanukah
lere used to mean only
lamond-shaped pieces of
ead dough with anise seeds
pd raisins inside, which, after
ying, were coated with hot
J0lk'\."
A Recipe lor Cheese l.atkes
|ggs
Imp milk
1 cup pot (or dry cottage)
leese
tup flout
jisp. baking powder
: tsp. salt
JBeat the eggs together well,
len add the milk and the
leese. Silt the dry ingredients
Igethcr and add slowly to the
kg mixture, stirring after each
Bdition. When smooth and
lilumpy, drop by spoonfuls
|to hot fat or onto a well
Tittered frying pan and cook
r a medium high flame
Ji'l the latkes are golden
[own (turn at least once, if
|t cooking in deep oil). Serve
|th maple syrup or preserves;
I. for a very different taste,
tn freshly ground pepper.
|Serves 3-5 people.
Mini's Bourekas
bugh:
flicks margarine
88
*P- vinegar
Pch salt
I cup oil
I cup seltzer
|ups flour
|M'X all the ingredients
lher to form the dough for
I bourekas (no refrigeration
pecessary if you are ready to
I them out. If not, the
nhi properly covered, can
|y in the refrigerator for 1-2
eks).
Kashkeval or other yellow
cheese
Farmer (pot-cottage) cheese
the two cheeses together
should equal about V lb.
legg
Meat
1 medium onion, fried until
golden
pine nuts
ground beef, veal or lamb IV*-
Vi lb.)
When you are ready to
make the bourekas (which
look like kreplach, wontons,
ravioli, etc.), roll out the
dough. Using a water glass (or
similar), cut the dough into 12
(or more, if you have more
dough) circles. Fill each circle
with the prepared filling
(allowing yourself room to
close it up, without having the
filling ooze out), and close
into a triangle (good practice
for hamantaschen, when
Purim comes). The easiest way
to do that, by the way, is to
fold the "circle" in half and
then overlap or pinch the
edges together. Place on a
cookie sheet or baking pan
and bake in the oven at 3S0
degrees for about 20-25
minutes: Although the
bourekas taste best warm, they
may be served at room
temperature as well.
Happy Chanukah
Harriet and Sy Fine
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Playing the Game
stake (a hard candy, walnut,
almond, piece of chocolate
"gelt"). Then players take
turns spinning the sevivon (on
table or floor). The draydels
used to be made of wood or
metal; now, most are plastic
variations of the "traditional"
shape. If nun is uppermost
when it stops spinning, the
player gets none (a verbal
coincidence). If gimmel faces
up, the player gets the entire
pot and everyone puts in
another stake. If the sevivon
lands on hay. the player takes
half the pot. Should it land on
skin, the player (and no one
else) aads one item to the pot.
Each person gets one turn, in
turn. (The categories, by the1
way, are based on Yiddish
words that begin with those
letters some of you should
be able to figure them out.)
When everyone's store of
goodies (or patience and inter-
est) has been depleted, the
winner is declared and is, ob-
viously, the one who has
gotten the largest pile of
sweets (which he-she can either
share or hoard, depending on
personal predilections and
parental pressure).
A very simple version of the
game involves either a stop
watch or more than one
sevivon. Each person spins
either consecutively or at the
same time and the person
whose sevivon spins longest is
the winner.
Happy Chanukah
Jeffrey, Phyllis, Scott
and Jason Penner
Marilyn & Arnold Lamport
and Children
Tops for a Chanukah game:
[above] silver filigree, Hol-
land. 19th century: [below)
ivory. Russia.
Game playing is an integral
part of the Chanukah tradi-
tion. It is said (i.e.. tradition
has it that) the games ori-
ginated during the Maccabean
struggle as a method of sub-
terfuge. A decree of Antiochus
forbade the study of Torah
and was enforced by the in-
spection of places where
people were suspected of dis-
obedience. Therefore, while
studying the Holy Books,
students had cards laid out
before them ready to be
played when and if the need
arose. (That's the opposite of
reading a novel or comic book
inside the text one is theoretic-
ally studying, but the principle
is the same.) The draydel also
presumably provided the
opportunity to engage those
carrying out surprise inspec-
tions in a "friendly" game of
chance which the students
'just happened" to have
rushed to be playing as part of
their pretense. (Similar stories
are told about students during
the time of Rabbi Akiba. when
studying was again forbidden
and the prohibition as
again defied.)
So how can you play, too?
It's easy. First, take one
sevivon (that's Hebrew for
draydel). Now look at it. You
will notice that it has a Hebrew
letter on each face. The letters
nun, gimmel. hay and shin
stand for the Hebrew words
nes gadol hayah shahm a
great miracle happened
there.'' (In Israel, the letter
pay for po "here" is
substituted forSAi*.)
Here are the Traditional
rules: Each player puts up a
Wishing You A Happy Chanukah
Joel, Carole, Brett and
Adam Koeppel
Barbara and Sherwin Isaacson
and family
A Very Happy Chanukah
v&SI^
Happy Chanukah
From Our Family To Yours
Howard, Detra, Monica
and Jared Kay
Leonard and Louise Ross
Jill and Dan
Best Wishes For A
Happy Chanukah
A Happy Chanukah
Mary and Floyd Bachrach
Happy Chanukah
Fred and Nettie Berk
: i i I II!
iiiiiiiii
Bernard Kimmel, MD
State Representative District 84
Wishts You Happy Hoiidaxs
A Very Happy Chanukah
To One And AU
AH and Paul Summers
and Family
The Board of Directors, Staff,
Students and all the members of
the Jewish Community Day
School Family extends wishes to
your family for a happy
Chanukah holiday.
Dean Rosenbach
President
Barbara Steinberg
Director
A Happy ChaukaM
Staci, Tami & Gary Lesser
322HNCS
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SINGLES TO RING OUT THE OLD
The Young Singles together with the Singles Pursuits of
the Jewish Community Center, have planned a gala to
welcome 1985 in the Grand Ballroom of the new Airport
Hilton starting at 9 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31.
It will be an evening of dancing to a live D. J., cash bar
munchies, and midnight breakfast buffet plus a glass of
champagne to toast the New Year. Cost for this fun-filled
night is $17 per person for advance reservation and $20 per
person at the door.
No one needs to be alone. Call 689-7700 for any ad-
ditional information.
_________Frid*y. December 21,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 19
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Sheila and Alec
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Chanukah Greetings To All
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