Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 28, 1975)-v. 8, no. 40 (Dec. 17, 1982).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 2, 1976 called v.2, no. 22, but constitutes v.2, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: July 28, 1978 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement; Aug. 25, 1978 called no. 16 in masthead and no. 17 in publisher's statement; Aug. 10, 1979 called no. 15 in masthead and no. 16 in publisher's statement; Oct. 22, 1982 called no. 31 in masthead and no. 32 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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University of Florida
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"dFewisThi Floridiami
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
[jume8-Number 13
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, March 26,1982
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Price 35 Cent;
}apal Pronouncement
No More Conversion Aimed at Jews
MARCTANENBAUM
JW YORK (JTA) -
[consultation in Vatican
March 2 to 6 of some
Catholic and other
stian clergy and lay
ers who met to study
present state of
stian-Jewish relations
[significant for a num-
bf reasons.
this was the first time
experts in Christian-Jewish
ons from throughout the
were assembled on an of-
basis under Vatican
ces to review the progress
in understanding between
tians and Jews on a global
as well as to probe means
|ealing constructively with
anding problems of a
pgical, sociological, and
cal character.
tCOND, the statement by
John Paul II before this
rence in which he called for
Abandonment of "any and all-
npts to convert the Jews" is
first time that any Pope in
1.900 years of the Roman
olic Church has officially
explicitly proclaimed an end
he missionary pressures on
|ewish people.
He importance oi that
jration is underscored by the
's providing a theological
bnale to the effect that "the
special relations (of Christianity)
with Jews exempts them from
being subject to the Gospel com-
mandment to evangelize the
world."
That unprecedented repudia-
tion of the traditional Christian
mission to convert the Jews could
well mark a turning point in the
anguished 2,000-year encounter
between Christendom and the
Jewish people.
While addressed primarily to
some 720 million Catholic people
throughout the world, the fact
that representatives of the World
Council of Churches (WCC),
Eastern Orthodox, World Angli-
can, and World Lutheran Church
bodies were present to hear the
Pope's statement cannot be with-
out substantial influence in the
attitudes and behavior of non-
Catholic churches and peoples
toward Jews.
INDEED, the WCC, repre-
senting world Protestantism and
Eastern Orthodoxy, is in the pro-
cess of adopting a far-reaching
set of "Guidelines for Jewish-
Christian Dialogue" which simi-
larly rejects proselytism. The
WCC guidelines, in whose draft-
ing I was privileged to partici-
pate in June, 1981 in London, de-
clares:
"Such rejection of proselytism,
and such advocacy of respect for
the integrity and the identity of
all persons and all communities
of faith are urgent in relation to
Jews, especially those who live as
minorities among Christians."
jeering Committee Named
For Jewish Community ,
Center Activities Study
ke organizational meeting of
[Steering Committee of the
bJi Community Center
cities Study, sponsored
|ly by the Jewish Community
ler of the Palm Beaches and
Newish Federation of Palm
pi County was held recently
i library at Temple Israel.
Wdie Brenner, Chairman of
Study introduced the
Ibers oi the Steering Com-
ee, who constitute a broad
l-section of experienced
fership of the total com-
ity, as follows: Evelyn Blum,
fert Burger, M.D., Victor
*. Stephen Gordon, Arnold J.
pan. Edwin E. Hokin, Alan
Tr. Edward A. Kimmel,
fs L. Kraft, Zelda Pincourt
mate), Helen Lande, Irvin
".Elsie Leviton, Jeanne
Robert S. Levy, Larry
Vfm, Robert D. Rapaport,
iUta Ress, Dorothy H.
M>ord, Alan L. Shulman.
Fe H. Tishman. In addition,
[chairman acknowledged the
Jrtant contributions to the
Cai i "onble Advisors
L. Bank and H. Irwin
,? *Le" M **** of Con-
[nt to the Chairman, Morton
Pandel.
The charge to the Study
Steering Committee is to
ascertain the needs and interests
of the Jewish residents of the
greater Palm Beach area in
respect to recreational, cultural
and group activities; to deter-
mine the degree to which these
requirements are met adequately
by existing resources and
facilities, and the extent to which
they are unmet: to ascertain the
types of Jewish Community
Center activities and facilities
which will satisfy these needs and
interests: to establish the extent
of interest of the Jewish
population in having these
programs provided by the Jewish
community; to define how an
expanded Jewish Community
Center activities program should
be organized, the facilities and
staff required, and the budget
needed to sustain such a
program; and to determine the
willingness of members of the
Jewish community to participate
in and to support the operations
of such Center services and to
contribute toward the capital
funds required to construct
facilities found to be needed to
house those services.
Pope John Paul II also con-
demned anti-Semitism. We were
informed that the Pope spoke in a
warm and feeling way when he
confessionally acknowledged
"the terrible persecutions in-
flicted on Jews by Christians"
and that "finally (these persecu-
tions) have opened our eyes and
transformed our hearts." He then
called on the Christian experts
"now to be concerned about
transforming ... the misunder-
standings, errors and even of-
fenses" that Christians inflicted
on Jews into "comprehension,
peace, and reciprocal esteem."
In seeking to translate the
Papal pronouncements into
practical programs, the Christian
specialists on Jewish-Christian
relations then spent three-and-a-
half days examining the follow-
ing key areas in Jewish-Christian
relations:
HOW THE Bible can help
Christians understand more ac-
curately and truthfully contem-
porary and ancient Judaism;
"the inalienable ties of Judaism
to the Land of Israel and the
Jewish people;" problems of
theological differences; and
images of Jews and Judaism in
Catholic and other Christian
teachings.
It will be some time before a
full report of the Vatican de-
liberations will be made public,
but it is now clear that the
Vatican authorities with whom
Jewish leaders have been meeting
regularly every year since
Vatican Council II have kept
good faith with the Jewish peo-
ple.
In October, 1981 and again in
December, 1981, a group of Jew-
ish leaders met with the Vatican
Secretariat of State in Vatican
City, and with the Vatican
Secretariat for Religious Rela-
tions with the Jews in Geneva.
At both those consultations the
Jewish leaders discussed their
concerns over the rise of anti-
Semitism, violence and terrorism
among other human rights
concerns in Europe, Latin
America, the United States, and
the Middle East.
1982 Campaign
Surpasses
$3,200,000
Barbara Shulman, General
Campaign Chairman, announced
that the 1982 Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign has
surpassed the $3,200,000 mark.
Mrs. Shulman stated, "Our
community can be quite proud of
this accomplishment. The fact
that we are $700,000 ahead of
last year's efforts and that many
significant cards are still to be
covered, gives me great con-
fidence that we will achieve a
record increase for the 1982
campaign."
"In a growing Jewish com-
munity, such as ours, this in-
crease means so much for the
maintenance and enhancement of
local programs and services as
well as the strengthening of our
partnership with the State of
Israel and world Jewry," con-
tinued Shulman.
Members of the Campaign
Cabinet will shortly be com-
pleting their solicitations of key
contributors in the campaign.
The affiliate condominiums have
been concluded with many
showing significant increases
over last year. A special "Chai
Appeal" during the week of
Passover is being planned to
those who have never made a gift
before as well as to those past
contributors whose gifts are not
in as yet. Major new gifts efforts
have resulted in bringing in well
over $400,000 of new money,
much of which came as a direct
result of Super Sunday.
"The success of this campaign
rests with the response of those
people whose gifts are not in as
yet. There is much work to be
done. However, 1 am confident
that with the capable leadership
of this community, we will be
able to meet our financial
responsibilities for the coming
year. 1 am appealing to all of you
who have never made a gift to our
campaign and to the many past
contributors whose gifts are still
outstanding, not to wait to be
contacted for a commitment but
to take the initiative and
promptly and meaningfully
respond to the call of Jews in
need," stated Shulman.
Yadin, Blumberg
i Meet Florida
Regional Leaders
Herschel W. Blumberg of
Washington, DC, National
Chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, joined former Israeli
Deputy Prime Minister Yigael
Yadin, a member of Israel's
Knesset, former Chief of Staff of
the Israel Defense Forces and a
world renowned archeologist, on
a coast-to-coast UJA "VIP
Tour" beginning this week, to
brief UJA regional leadership on
prospects for the peace process in
the Middle East following
Israel's withdrawal from Sinai.
As part of their tour, Blumberg
and Yadin met with Florida's
Jewish leadership at a luncheon
on Mar. 22 in Ft. Lauderdale.
Alan L. Shulman, UJA
National Vice Chairman and
Florida Regional Chairman,
stated "A new chapter is opening
in the Middle Eadt in April, and
it is imperative that the leaders of
our region understand the im-
plications of events there and
their impact on the security and
well-being of our people."
The group received an update
on the critical needs of the Jewish
Agency, explored means and
methods of maxim iximr the
results of the 1982 campaign, and
gave input into the planning
process for the 1983 Campaign.
TW Steering Committee of the Jewish Community Center Activities Study sponsored
jointly by t 1m Jewish femmaaky Csater of Um Palm Beaches and Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach Comaty, met recently to bsgmphms for Rs eommaahy-wide study.


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Business And Professional Women Meet

The Women'i Division of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Bench County recently held it* third
business end professions! dinner meeting. These
meetings enable women to share ideas and view-
points thst encompass their every day life. At-
tending the meeting were (standing left to right)
Thelms Racheaky; Cheryl Simmons; Michele
Sherriton; Frieda Shelter; Nini Krever; Ellie
Halperin, Committee, (seated left to right) Penny
Beers and Judith Liffman.
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(Standing left to right) Cynnie Lkt, President,
Women's Division: Sandi Watts; Linda Nadel
man, Committee; Renee Kessler, V.P. Outreach.;
Marvs Perrin, V.P. Leadership Development;
Karen Hyman. (Seated left to right) Dee Kaplan.
Floryn Needle.
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::::::*:*:*
Standing (left to right) Anne Marie Kaufman;
JQl Shew; Barbara Brams; Eunice Ziffer. Seated
(left to right) Karen Felder; Ruth Turk; Ilene
Silber.
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Standing (left to right) Penny Beers, Chairper-
son; Laurel Skier; Doris Rachles; Marilyn Kass;
Pauls Ruth Kass, Director, Women's Division;
Barbara Bernstein, Staff Associate. Seated (left
to right) Susan Wolf-Schwartz; Dr. Linda
Werner; Karen Albert.
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March 26,1982
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3
WB Leader To Address
Jewish Communal Leaders
|n line with her commitment to
,lve a broad section of the
nmunity in the Jewish Com-
Inity Center Activities Study,
Ijrman, Buddie Brenner, an-
Wed that as a first step a
eting is being scheduled on
ursday. April 1, 8 p.m. at
nple Israel when leaders of the
jmunity will have an oppor-
jty to meet and hear Esther
ChKilz, President-Elect of the
[ional Jewish Welfare Board,
tional association of Jewish
imunity Centers and YMHAs
the North American con-
knt. Mrs. Ritz will speak on
|ie Changing Role of the Jew-
Community Center in the
I's."
addition to assuming the
Bidency of the National Jew-
Welfare Board next month,
her Leah Ritz is a national
president of the Council of
hsh Federations; is a past
lident of the Jewish Com-
lity Center in Milwaukee; the
hediate past president of the
fish Federation of Milwaukee;
1 the first president of the In-
ational Association of Jewish
kmunity Centers; is chairman
IJA Project Renewal in Mil-
|cei': a vice president of the
ed Way of Greater Milwau-
and is activity involved in
I ll< ah h Planning Council of
I V\ isconsin.
nonn those being invited to
lid are members of the Study
Esther Leah Ritz
Committee, board members of
the Jewish Community Center
and the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County (who are
jointly sponsoring the Study),
presidents of all local organiza-
tions, Rabbis and Community
Agency Executives, board mem-
bers of the Women's Division and
affiliated agencies of the Federa-
tion, etc.
Chairman Brenner announced
that additional parlor meetings
are planned during the next
months to which persons in all
areus of the Palm Beaches will be
invited to participate in the study
process.
Tune in to'MOSAIC
TV HIGHLIGHTS
Sponsored by
The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
Sunday morning over WPTV Channel 5, at 8:30 un.
wtth hosts Barbara Shuknan and Steve Gordon
Sunday March 28 Clarence Wagner,
Executive Director of Bridges for Peace.
TUNE INTO
L'Chayim
The Jewish Listener's Digest
An Exciting New Radio Magazine
Sundays, 10:30 am
WPBR-1340 AM
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
Rabbi Shapiro Opens Spring Term
"Know How To Answer" will
be the theme of a special
Midrasha program featuring
Kabbi Howard Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel. This
program, on Monday evening.
Mar. 29th marks the opening of
the Midrasha Judaica High
Schools Spring term with classes
continuing to meet on Monday
evenings at Temple Israel. Rabbi
Shapiro will base his talk on
challenges and questions which
are frequently put to Jews by
non-Jews. He will answer
questions about Judaism and
Christianity, the meaning of the
Bible stories, what we believe
about Cod. and other topics
which are frequently discussed
by Jewish teen-agers. The
program is offered in response to
requests by the students, and
there will be ample opportunity
for discussion.
The courses offered during the
Spring term include Beginner's
and Intermediate Hebrew
taught by Edna Goldstein and
Rachel Stein respectively. A new
Judaic studies course, "Know
How To Answer," will be offered
with Ceceil Tishman as in-
structor. Jewish Literature:
I lolocaust to the Present, will be
taught by Peggy Leznoff, and
Attorney Esther Zaretsky will
continue teaching Jewish Law.
Many of the classes are offered
Ties to Arabs Not
Anti-israei, Says Bush
WASHINGTON Vice Pres-
ident George Bush declared that
the Reagan Administration's
efforts to broaden American influ-
ence among the Arab states and
encourage moderate regimes was
not "an anti-Israel policy."
"On the contrary, it's enor-
mously advantageous to Israel,"
Bush told the more than 1,500
young Jewish leaders from across
the country attending the third
annual United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Conference at
the Washington Hilton.
Bush maintained that the U.S.
interests in the Middle East "is
in not allowing Soviet-backed
radical states to threaten the
stability of the region. It is in the
interest of peace, in the interest
of stability, that there be more
Anwar Sadat's and fewer
Khaddafis."
At the same time, Bush
stressed that the U.S. and Israel
are "strategic allies" and "per-
manent friends, joined by com-
mon values and aspirations." He
said the Administration is com-
mitted to the security of Israel
and to the "Camp David accords
as the only way to wage peace" in
the Mideast.
BENJAMIN S. HORNSTEIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Applications are now being accepted for the
next school year 1982-83
PRE-SCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 8
Accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools
lordecai Levow
Rector
Dr. Howard B. Kay
President
2815 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida
Telephone 832-8423/4
NEW CAMPUS: 5801 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida
beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
for college credit as part of
cooperative program with Miami-
Dade Community College.
The Midrasha meets once a
week, on Monday evening from 7
to 9:25 p.m. The Spring term
lasts ten weeks. The Midrasha is
sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County in cooperation with
Temple Beth David, Temple Beth
Kl, Temple Beth Torah. Temple
Israel, Temple Emanu-El and
the Jewish Community Day
School. The Midrasha is open to
all Jewish students of high school
age in Halm Beach County. For
information about registration
please call the Jewish Federation.
*> cS/r/ote/
In 1982 Federations across North America are celebrating the 50th
Anniversary Year of their national association, the Council of Jewish
Federations.
This is the first of five "Semi-Centennial Minutes',' decade-by-
decade chronicles tracing the major events which shaped Jewish Fed-
eration life in the past half-century.
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936

1932-1940
The Council of Jewish Federations is established by 15 Fed-
erations to facilitate joint planning and action. Participating in
the first General Assembly are delegates from Akron, Baltimore,
Brooklyn, Buffalo, Canton, Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati, De-
troit. Indianapolis, Louisville, Memphis, New Orleans, New
York, St. Louis:
"We ore taking advantage of a quickened consciousness of the
need for such an organization due to the many pressing problems
which Federations are facing today."-CJF President William J.
Shroder, 1932 General Assembly.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt inaugurated. Public as-
sistance for Depression victims intensifies.
Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany:
'The condition of the Jews of Germany today is without par-
allel since the Russian persecutions of the hut two decades of the
19th century. As in that period, the Jews of the entire world-
but particularly of North America-must come to the aid of their
oppressed brethren:'-1933 General Assembly Resolution.
Council leadership calls on Federations to assume their role
as the "authoritative agency of the Jewish community" for plan-
ning and coordinating community services. Expansion of fund
raising base is urged:
"Newer problems, broader than any conceived of when our
charities were established, now challenge us. We cannot come
to this conference sewed up in the ideas and convictions of 35
years ago, any more than we could come wearing the costumes
of those days. These times demand larger, freer, swifter action"
-Ira Younker, 1934 General Assembly.
CJF membership now totals 46. Harry Lurie named CJF
Executive Director.
Nuremberg Laws in Germany create legal distinction between
Jews and non-Jews, deprive Jews of citizenship, forbid marriage
with non-Jews.
As U.S. Government assumes the major responsibility for so-
cial welfare needs, CJF leadership calls for increased support by
Federations of specifically Jewish programs:
"We must develop agencies which can pass on that tradition of
Jewish life which our fathers died to save."Solomon Lowen-
stein, 1935 General Assembly.
Jewish population in Palestine estimated at 400,000 including
60% of Jerusalem. "Arab Revolt" begins in Jaffa-Jews mur-
dered, property ransacked.
Anti-Semitic activity in Germany grows.
CJF leadership calls for increased Federation support for
Jewish education:
"In the face of widespread and growing anti-Semitism, our
young people must be fortified with the pride that comes only
from ah understanding of our history and heritage. We cannot
let them be afraid to be Jews."Sidney Hollander, 1936 General
Assembly.
CJF membership now totals 93.
British Royal Commission headed by Lord Peel proposes
partition of Palestine into Jewish and Arab states:
"The drama of restoring a Jewish homeland... constitutes the
greatest single force in strengthening and preserving the Jewish
spirit. In the realm of the spirit, the Diaspora and Palestine are
and will continue to be one."Morris Rothenberg, 1937 General
Assembly.
Hitler's policies of aggression continue.
1938 GA Resolution calls on Federations to increase aid to
refugees of Nazi persecution seeking refuge in U.S.:
"We must not assume that the year 1938 is the last year In
the calendar, that dictators have definitely come to stay and that
all ideals of equality are gone forever. We must continue to
believe in human progress"Abba HUM Silver, 1938 General
Assembly.
Sidney Hollander of Baltimore elected CJF President.
CJF takes leadership rote in creation of United Jewish Appeal
to coordinate activities of United Palestine Appeal and Joint
Distribution Committee mobilizing resources to meet needs of
Jews in Europe and Palestine.
British issue White Paper limiting Jewish immigration to
Palestine. Arab Revolt ends, leaving 400 Jews dead.
Hitler invades Poland war is declared. Incarceration of
Polish Jews in ghettos begins.
Federations increase fund raising efforts and intensify support
for the National Coordinating Committee for Refugees.
1940 CJF membership now totals 144:
"A few years ago we were a group of separate communities,
each sufficient unto itself, each concerned primarily with its own
local problems. World pressures have created a new condition.
In situations that call for the mobilization of resources on a
national scale, local independence and autonomy lose value.
Every community that now fails in its response to the call places
a double burden on its neighbor. Each must now be concerned
with all."- William J. Shroder, 1940 General Assembly,
1937
1938
1939


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The Jewish Flohdian of Palm Beach County
Friday. March
26,
David Friedman
Genocide' Records Personal Experience
: VISAS 5742
N-aber:S
Working Together
While the Reagan > iImbim < i n mi s economic
recover* program has vet to show significant.indi-
^ ,,t Pre^ackm Reaann saws w* should
keep the faith and bite the bclkH. rehef is on the way
It s sureiy a hani view to digest for those on the
bottom of the totem pole knkng op. Baa within the
Jewish comaaaauty. this has prompted one leading
official to call lor a show of pluralism to seek a more
moderate program that adapts to the social fiber of
of the
Advisory
Basic Trends and
;he country
Albert
National Jewish
Council, in an "Ovenr
Priorities in Jewish _
_ ax a four-day plenum recently in Houston
that there is no quick fix to the problems of
the poor, but he expreaaes aaarthathigh poverty
levels and increasing umiiipaTi rant may foster
hostilities between certam groups in society
Cnerr= predicts that the prospects
mg these reforms are discouraging bu: expects the
tide to change. He suggests that the tine as npe for
n 1 ii liiiaaaiiinirytodenheaagoak.baakithe
the fostering of pluralism and a secse of coanaaon
anaa] PaaaaJaaai laaaaaaaa^h aana^sasa1 ~_: Mbaai .<
not the acceptance of the comae- responsabiacy far
meetmg the social and economic needs of then*
aoc CaernaaenaKanah* with the wainaagihnt-aav
iess we do so. the sodnl fabric of this aatioa wal be
Leon Kahn. of
Vancouver. Canada, like
many Holocaust survivors,
fears' that once the sur-
vivors will be gone, the
murders and atrocities
committed by the Nazis
wul be forgotten.
H a to iitnw tail from hap
aaai that -j* onaaa aaaa-
^afCenter at Yaaaira Uamr-
cr of Los AngeJes worked to
produce the San. Genoade.
Mtxt had as world precaer be-
fore a black tx aacheace at the
Ke=neey Ceffier
are M
the trata of the Haav
lar at tae Laved
State* aadCaaaan. Sana told i
He saac a another 20
chare woatdao laager be
an nun sane to bear wit-
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sgoangasse. hessnd.
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^jnce a aescrrwc the fum
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xaer **" :c ^a farr.'.ly es-
apec zee tae woods aad hid
free i:* Vaza bat be left his
rsxaer who icfaaed to ka\e her
fed graaonaother The two
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ine f5rr. told the eudi-
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Tayinr rennarsi were made at
i jawnnry ial>: *~jiz the show-
which she and
aat preaent.
award by the
for donating
It was a pamtfng
w^:
by Daniel Schwartz, who did the
ilustrattons for the film, of a
young Polish Jewiah woman as a
symbol of the six million Jewish
victims of the Holocaust
ALSO RECEIVING this
award was the chairman of the
evening. Frank Sinatra, who not-
ed that in Germany, the "coun-
trymen of Bach and Beethoven
became the custodians of Ausch-
witz He said the world must
never again be indifferent to evfl
committed against others.
The fit which was produced
by the Wieeenthal Center wa
produced and directed by Scb-
wartzman who also did the
screenplay. It was also written by
Rabbi Marvin Hier and Martin
Gilbert, the British historian of
the Holocaust period- The music
was composed and conducted by
Elmer Bernstein.
Taylor reportedly did a mas-
terful job at reading the words of
victims and survivors. Welles
was the perfect choice as the nar-
rator. "Every word in the film is
real." Hier stressed.
The film does a good job in
presenting the history of pre-
World War II European Jewry
and then on anti-Semitism and
the rise of Nazism, albeit in a
capsule form. Through the use of
actual film clips, still portraits
and illustrations, it takes the
viewer through every step from
the Hitler takeover in Germany
to the extermination camps.
COMPLEX issues are dealt
with also. The film answers erase
lively the charge that Jews went
to their death like sheep to the
slaughter. It describes Jewiah re-
sistance without overdoing it.
The scenes of the victims of both
those who survived and the dead
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when the camps were
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riday, March 26,1982
[ubarak Says Begin is 'Man
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
NEW
YORK
fcgyptian President Hosni
lubarak assured American
yish Congress leaders
^ho were on a recent mis-
Dn to France, Egypt and
,ael that stresses and
rains brought on by sharp
[ferences over autonomy
not interfere with
ilization" of rela-
between Israel and
pt.
But Mubarak acknowledged
is no way to "narrow the
>" on autonomy in the next
nth or two. The Camp David
oceas of negotiating will ul-
nately succeed, but it cannot be
:ed into an "unrealistic
ietable," he said. It will take
DD8
time for Egypt and Israel to work
out their differences, Mubarak
told the visiting AJCongress
mission during a private meeting
in the presidential palace in
H.liopolis. "Meanwhile, we must
not lose patience."
THE EGYPTIAN leader also
had some kind words to say
about Menachem Begin. "Prime
Minister Begin is a tough
negotiator, but he is s man of his
word, a man of honor," Mubarak
told the seven-member mission
hee^bv AJCongress President
Howard M. Sqaudron. "When he
signs an agreement, he can be
counted on to live up to its
pledge. Mutual willingness to
continue to talk is real reason for
hope and for optimism."
Mubarak predicted that if
there is an eventual autonomy
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join" in a comprehensive peace
arrangement, and the
Palestinians will recognize that
they "have to participate, re-
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But Mubarak was frank to list
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Before going to Egypt, the
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France which began with the
election of the Mitterrand
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neutrality."
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comes from Saudi Arabia, by
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French energy needs will be pro-
vided by nuclear power, thus ob-
viously lifting some of the pres-
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policy," Baum noted in his re-
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1982
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Bank Tensions Said to be
Mounting Among Arabs
Pimm-
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Aad G IL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTAl
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the West Bank over the
weekend after Israel
cracked down on the pro-
Palestine Liberation Orga-
nization National Guidance
Committee, and shots were
fired Friday night at the
home of a leader of the Vil-
lage Leagues, a group of
moderate Palestinians who
cooperate with the Israeli
authorities.
Sharon's order kst TnursdaT
outlawing the National Guidance
Caaansttee which has m fact
haaa inactive for the pas 1?
Maths was sen as a warning
Defense Minister Ariel
to Jordan to stop interfering in
West Bank attars TV Jordan-
ian government armnca^r.
fksaDr last week that VEage
Leagues leaders who did not
cease their
Israelis within
be trad for
and executed
ESSAEL ISts
financing the VHlage Leagues
an effort to create a counter-force
to PLO iaflntnee on the West
Bank. It hopes to eveacaaBy
ii|ilan the pro-PLO mayors of
Arab towns with moderates who
w#l cooperate with Israel As a
first step, the West Bank dviban
administration instituted by
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Because Someone Cared
Page 7
By STEPHEN LEVITT,
ACSW
personal view from the
xecutive Director of the Jewish
amilv and Children's Service
\lAII case names mentioned in
lese articles are fictitious; client
formation at Jewish Family
\d Children's Service is held in
strictest of confidence).
A client, who was a participant
i a group that I ran once, raised
i objection to a particular prac-
I permitted in my group. Her
bjections caused me to reflect
nd ponder why I permitted the
ractice at all.
Ii was her contention that the
kder ol the group should cir-
Imvent or steer the group mem-
brs away from topics pertaining
i the current state of the world
lili as. political developments,
bnomic developments and the
lie. Alter all. she reasoned, peo-
were coining to the group in
der in experience themselves,
pd to explore their feelings and
elhod and manner of relating to
Ihers. I agreed, this certainly
as the central purpose of the
jiiup. Developing a sense of co-
won with other people, learning
Iw to relate to i hem in a better
ly, and beginning to evolve
M concept of their own per-
Inul worth and value was very
pporlant tor most of the mem
i ussembled in this group set -
Ml,
I However, I also felt that cer-
lin intellectual matter was
||uallv worthy of being aired in
group context. A deeper
esiion I raised to myself was,
I'" we locus only on our own
Irsnnul enrichment, or does the
[rwhment ol the world matter at
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group therapists. In one paper I
reviewed. Or. Krving Holster, a
well-known Oestalt therapist,
discussed the idea of "Topic-Cen
teredness." In part, here is whal
Dr. I'olster has to say about deal
Dig with more than just indi
vitluul matters in groups. "Topic
(enleredness is frequently ex
eluded from group therapy situa-
tions, which focus upon personal
experience of the participants
and frown upon intellectualism.
Many people in groups will pro-
test that public issues are not
relevant to their own personal ex-
plorations. Actually, nothing is
further from the truth. Our lives
are tied into external events. As
long as we do not de-personalize,
we must unite our interests with
those of the environmental
relevant."
Because Someone Cared
Several group sessions later,
the very same woman who had
questioned the role and place for
larger issues lx>gan relating a
problem she had with the fi-
nancing of one of her children's
Bar Mitzvah. The group readi-
y picked up on this theme,
and discussed how the gen-
eral tendency, nowadays, is
for parents to overdo and
to over spend, thereby mak-
ing a meaningful tire-of-pas-
a less meaningful extravaganza.
I be group pursued this theme at
quite some length, generalizing
into other areas where we
humans have a tendency to over-
do, to distort ceremonies.
Towards the end of the session
I pointed out to the woman, as
well as the group, that what we
had discussed today was not so
much a matter of some internal
emotional feeling, as much as
focusing on an important societal
problem ... I noted, thereafter,
no one in the group ever again
seriously challenged the
relevance of introducing social
problem! in our group meetings.
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agency designed to meet the so-
1//. emotional and counseling
I Palm Beach County. Our office
located at 2411 Okeechobee
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The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
|ne 12, Saturday Mother
at musical, "Shenandoah" at
Burt Reynolds Theater,
itinee.
For reservations and nwthar
Ration. fkM_***
Lgaret Smith or Rose Wds-
fjEWISH WAR VETERANS
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veteraaa No. 406 will
hold its installation of officers on
Sunday, Mar. 28, at a luncheon at
the Seasons Restaurant, Challen-
ger Country Club, Poinciana
Place, Lake Worth Road, Lake
Worth, at 12:30 p.m. The follow-
ing officers will be installed'
Doris Greene, president; Irene
Schisgal, senior vice president;
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Page 9

St. Paul Okays Law
Against Malicious
Religious, Racial Acts
ST. PAUL, Minn. (JTA) -
he City Council passed unani-
mity a Religious, Racial and
thnic Acts of Malice Law which
akes it a misdemeanor to place
"symbol of hate" on both
hvate and public property.
I Rabbi Bernard Raskas,
tiritual leader of Temple of
ernn, said the Council action
rked "the first time in Ameri-
l that a City Council makes it a
jw. punishable by fine and im-
tisonment, the placing of a sym-
1 of hate" on property. He
[lied it a "landmark law" which
said would go "a long way in
otecting the rights and free-
kmsofall minorities."
with a substance which is re-
movable without damage to the
house. This is not covered under
existing law.
Levine said his bill made it a
misdemeanor to deface property,
even if no damage was done, if
that person placed such a symbol
or object "and knows or has
reasonable grounds to know it
'will arouse anger, alarm, or re-
sentment in others on the basis of
race, color, creed or religion'."
reported that repre-
of Blacks, Indiana,
Vietnamese and Jew-
attended the hearing
. Each group spokes-
the Council to demon-
unprecedented
by passing the
an
IRaskas
[ntatives
|ispanics.
groups
the bill
an urged
Irate
klidaritv"
easure.
I RASKAS, ONE of the
peakers at the Council session,
lid it was important that St.
Jaul residents "be taught by the
ity Council that expressions of
ptred. bigotry and prejudice"
"incompatible with the
hnocratic American way of
lo." He noted that the session
las being held on Purim and that
It is deeply meaningful to the
kwish community that an or-
dnance be passed which will help
curb everything that Haman
ond for. namely hatred, dis-
rimiiiiilinn and repression."
[Councilman Leonard Levine,
lio introduced the measure, said
I had been drawn up to correct a
Ituation in which a person could
fcface public and private
operty and not be charged with
fcndalism "because there might
pt be compensible damage ere-
N in the act." He cited as an
kample the daubing on a house
| a swastika or the letters KKK
BYPtian Emphasizes
es of Friendship
JTEL AVIV Egyptian
foreign Minister Kamal Hassan
TU arrived here Monday for high
tm discussions with senior Is-
Btf officials on details of Israel's
Withdrawal from Sinai next
onth and the continuing
prrnaluation process between
J* two countries. The talks,
[men opened in Jerusalem Tues-
y. constitute the fourth session
Lw Israeli-Eyptian Joint
pmrrussion on normalization.
["Msan AH, who is also Deputy
P**. heads an EgySan
NptK>n that include MhStar
kok orP.orei8 Affairs Bou-
f GhaJi. They were greeted at
Mrport by Defense lEnfater
nfL .ar?n who *** was
|W will produM Hfti
R225 "* ***thi vt
contribute to the peace be-
en our two countries."
to as dear friends," stressed
>tthe obligatioM and com-
^Wdleas of any issues or
Selma Sena, junior vice presi-
dent; Germaine Salomon, con-
ductress; Ella Schachter, histor-
ian; Nettie Hanser, treasurer;
Rhoda Cooper, recording secre-
tary; patriotic instructor, Ella
Kandel; chaplain Sylvia Wens
and Mary Mankin; guards, So-
phie Kollen and Rose Lipman;
trustees Rose Rubenstein,
Frieda Mandel and Rose Wein-
berg.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OP JEWISH WOMEN
National Council of Jewish
Women, Okeechobee Section will
hold their general membership
meeting on Thursday, Apr. 15, 1
p.m. at the American Savings
and Loan Bank (at the West
Gate). Refreshments will be
served before the meeting. Our
guest speaker will be Stephanie
Stahl of WPEC Channel 12.
Please come and bring your
friends. Board meeting will be
held at the home of Fay David on
Apr. 1.
Trips for 1982 include:
Apr. 29 Jungle Queen Trip
lunch at Patricia Murphy.
May ZS Worlds Fair at
Knoxville, Tenn. staying in
Knoxville, visiting the Smokies,
Lookout Mountain and Ruby
Falls enroute. Some reservations
still available.
For information call Etta La-
vine, Hastings 1-145 or Maxine
Foster, Canterbury A-4.
PIONEER WOMEN
Theodore Hersl Club of Pioneer
Women will sponsor a five hour
cruise on Mar. 30. The Patriot
will travel from the Seamist
Marina, Boynton Beach, to Deer-
field Beach. Lunch will be held at
the Pal's Captain's Table. The
cost is $20 per person.
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The Jewish Floridian ofPaim Beach Countv
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Kreisky Flayed for Invite to Khaddafi
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vMONIKA BRENNER
"dREINHARDENGEL
.1ENNA (JTA) -
I Muammar Khaddafi of
|va ended a four-day of-
Bl visit to Austria over
weekend which was
lely criticized by the op-
inion parties, the local
\s media, the Jewish
jmunity and by Israel
|ch regards the Libyan
der as its most implac-
> Arab foe.
Jefore leaving Vienna, Khad-
fheld a press conference from
fch he tried but failed to ex-
tv Jewish journalists. He
ferly attacked the United
les and President Reagan
finally. While he was in Aus-
, the U.S. announced an em-
jo on oil imports from Libya
I gas and technology exports
Jiat country.
CCORDING TO Chancellor
bo Kreisky who was Khad-
|s host, the Libyan leader had
Ig-standing invitation to visit
tria. Other sources indicated
he had in effect invited
Jelf and Austria, heavily de-
ent on Libya for crude oil
searching for markets for its
ufactured products, could
arn him down.
fcaddafi's visit focused on
bmic matters. But the
an strongman, increasingly
led from the West and from
\rab world Saudi Arabia
piled for his expulsion from
^rab League and from the
nization of African Unity
\ to establish better ties with
em Europe through the in-
b of Kreisky.
! Austrian Chancellor has in
fcst. introduced to European
fmen such persons as Pales-
Liberation Organization
[Yasir Arafat, gaining for
T degree of respectability.
EISKY SAID that Austria
lincommitted nation only in
lilitary sense and considers
[part of the Western demo-
world. As a neutral
y, he said, Austria should
[contact with the Third
1 countries, such as Libya.
I were reports that members
laddafi's entourage had ne-
jed with Austrian business-
kbout arms sales to Libya.
ky said he had not arranged
talks and would give no de-
fere Khaddafi left, the Jew-
pommunity Board, which
ents Austrian Jews,
?i the government for
|g him. Its statement noted
[ustnan Jews have close re-
with Israel and that
latl opposed to any
to the Middle East
etsupNew
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al om the United States
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land r 'u"8 ^""tion, Sci-
gnd Cultural Organization
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o ^"L* Libtion Or-
lassocatmn for "the pro-
I'onal monuments."
Masalha, the PLO
r, to UNESCO who
k .m-! forthcoming
Clark i^Dey GeneraJ
lAmr? :Jand Britain's
iAmbassador to the UN
conflict which could allow Israel
to exist.
The leaders of two opposition
Steger, chairman of the ences Friday blasting Kreisky's
regime for inviting Khaddafi.
Mock said the visit would harm
Austrian neutrality. Steger
charged that the Socialist gov-
ernment was blind in one eye. He
said Kreisky characterized dicta-
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on the right as bad.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fnday, March

- '
26,1,
LA. Council Launches War on Cults
Sara Glenn, ballet teacher for the Jewish Community Center is shown
teaching (reading from left to right) Heather Hathaway. Hilla Nave,
Leslie Krebs and Mindy Cohen fourth position. The future of the
dance is being insured by the classes at the Jewish Community
Center.
LOS ANGELES -
(JTA) Declaring the Los
Angeles Jewish community
is "in a very real sense" in a
"war," with the stake being
"our survival as a people,"
the chairman of the Jewish
Federation Council Com-
munity Relations Commit-
tee's Task Force on Cults
and Missionary Efforts
outlined a major expansion
of the Task Force battle
against the cults and mis-
sionary groups operating
here.
Rabbi Stephen Robbins told
more than 100 people attending a
community meeting that out-
reach efforts were planned for all
religious and public schools and
institutions. He also indicated
that the Task Force hopes to
work with legislative and law en-
forcement officials on changes
both in the letter and the inter-
pretation of laws relating to such
groups.
HE SAID the problem had be-
come acute and represented a
serious threat to the Jewish com-
munity, adding that the problem
"is only just beginning to become
visible in a way that aj
spond to it as a problem" '
"In a very real sense WeJ
a war, Robbins said "Th!?
puted territory Ls the ^
our young and at stake iT
survival as a people. Our
weapon is the truth and our ^
ls anyone sharing concern
survival of the Jewish peopi .^
ROBBINS SAID the Tj
Force has been fighting ther.
for more than three years |
program in operation is a L
clinic, run in cooperation wuj
Jewish Family Service, a Fa
tion agency.
Reading from left to right, Jill Davidoff, Bobby Gore, and Erica
Dardashti of the Keren Orr Pre School of the Jewish Community
Center are shown enjoying a session of art.
Nazi Ban Grieves Senator In Berlin
BONN (JTA) Henrich _____________________________
Lummer, a Senator in che West
Berlin legislature, is under fire for
publicly expressing regret that
the Allies have banned the neo-
Nazi National Democratic Party
(NPD) from West Berlin. The
three opposition parties in the
city and the trade union move-
ment are demanding the
resignation of the 49-year-old
Christian Democratic Union
ICDU) official.
Lummer reportedly made his
remarks at a meeting of his
party's trade unionists. He told
reporters that he had criticized
the situation in which only right-
wing extremists were banned
while lt-ftwing extremists enjoyed
full political rights.
Wilhelm Wiegreffe, the Berlin
spokesman for the Social Demo-
cratic Party (SPD) called Lum-
mer's remarks a disgrace to the
city. He recalled that, only a few
weeks ago, Berlin took note of the
40th anniversary of the infamous
Wannsee Conference where the
Nazi leadership decided on the
"final solution" for the Jews.
Harold Loch, of the Free Dem-
ocratic Party (FDP), accused
Lummer of attacking the status
of West Berlin under Allied pro-
tection. Reinhold Ossowski, a
member of the CDU 's trade union
organization, said Lummer's
scandalous remarks rendered him
unfit for his job.
The Allied Powers recently
confirmed the ban on the N PD in
West Berlin and prevented it
from holding its national conven-
tion in the city.
You Are Invited
The Jewish Community
Center's 7th Annual Meeting will
be held Sunday evening, Apr. 4,
198i2 at 8 p.m. at Hyatt-Palm
Beaches.
Mrs. Valerie Silverman and her
Committee have planned a most
enjoyable evening. A short
business meeting will be held
which will include the presen-
tation of the proposed slate of
Officers and Directors for 1982-
83, installation plus a presen-
tation of awards. An interesting
selection of desserts will be of-
fered. For ones' entertainment
pleasure a special group will be
presented.
The cost for the evening is $10
per person. For any additional
information please call Frances
Witt at 689-7700.
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i March 26,1982
The Jewish Plaridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
Don't Bar Israel from GA,
Resolution Warns UN
IsHlNGTON -
__ A resolution
hg the United Na-
fagainst any action
lould bar Israel from
jmeral Assembly has
[introduced in both
I of Congress by Sen.
|Moynihan(D.,N.Y.)
ep. Jack Kemp (R.,
(resolution would suspend
Vrticipation in the General
fcly and withhold U.S.
[if Israel "or any other
ratic state" is "expeUed,
-ded. denied its credentials
Cy manner denied its rights
Vivileges in the General
for."
nihan stressed that if this
Jed the U.S. would still re-
luT the Security Council
; would want "to maintain
1 ANNOUNCEMENT was
Ct a Capitol Hill press con-
which was also attended
j. John Warner (R., Va.)
kp. Jonathan Bingham (D..
N.Y.). "This is to me a resolution
that will prevent the UN from
commiting suicide," Bingham
said.
The resolution is stronger than
one proposed last month by Rep.
Tom Lantos (D., Calif.) which
does not mention Israel by name
and does not specify what action
the U.S. would take. The Lantos
resolution said any UN action to
prevent a democratic state from
excercising it rights in the UN
"will have the most serious and
harmful consequences for further
Congressional support for the
UN."
Moynihan noted that the State
Department supports the Lantos
measure which it helped draft. He
said that Powell Moore,
Assistant Secretary of State for
Congressional Relations, sent a
letter to Sen. Charles Percy (R.
111.) chairman of the Senate For-
eign Relations Committee, in
which he said: "We believe it
would not be wise for the Ad-
ministration to declare specifical-
ly in advance what the U.S. re-
sponse would be to a successful
challenge to Israel's right to
membership in the UN."
BUT MOYNIHAN declared.
"We think it is unwise" not to
tell "what our action would be."
Kemp said the U.S. should send
"an explicit message" that would
be "tough enough to defer any
action" against Israel or any
other democratic nation. Warner
pointed out that Israel has taken
several actions in the last 18
months that some in the U.S.
have not condoned.
Warner said adoption of the
Moynihan-Kemp resolution
would be a move to "shore up"
the U.S. commitment to Israel
and thus prevent Israel from tak-
ing certain unilateral acitons
"which could jeopardize world
peace."
Lantos, in introducing his
resolution, said that if it had con-
tained an "automatic trigger"
cutting off U.S. funds, it would
not have received the support of
the State Departmen not would it
have a good chance to be adopted
by Congress.
It isn't every day that a Congregation rvcvives a letter from the Israeli
Prime Minister for its work on an Israeli Bead campaign. In fact, over
st the Israel Bond office they are saying the letter from Menachem
Begin to Congregation Anshei Sholom is the first of its kind: The let-
ter is in recognition of the Congregation' $500,000 campaign. Pic-
tured are: (left to right) Oscar Slutaky, Jack Hoffman and Boris
Goodman.
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those who are hungry to come and eat
has become a hallmark of the Jewish
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach CouHty
Friday
Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior
Service Center, receives funds
from a Federal Grant, Title III of
the Older Americans Act,
awarded by GuHstream Areawide
Council on Aging, and the
Florida Department of H.R.S.
enabling us to provide transpor-
tation for the transit diaadvan-
taged as well as a variety of
recreation and educational
services.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantage^ in our
designated area. Call 689-7700 foi
information.
Adah Community Education
Palm Beach County School
Board
Intercession Classes are not
in session at this time with the
exception of Lip Reading. Classes
begin Mar. 29.
AdoH Community Education
Classes
Nine community adult educa-
i lion classes. School Board of
Palm Beach County are held at
the Jewish Community Center
Senior Center, 2415 Okeechobee
Blvd. No fee. No pre-registration
necessary, everyone invited to
attend. Classes begin week of
Mar. 29 for six weeks.
Psychology for Everyday
Living Marty Seyler, Monday
1-3 p.m.
Sound Mind-Sound Body
Joan Fox, Wednesday 10 a.m.
noon.
Danecrciie in the Chain
Aerobic Yoga Bea Bunze,
Wednesday 1-2:30 p.m.
Lip Reading Darlene
Kohuth, Wednesday 4-5:30 p.m.
Clip and Save (The Art of Re-
funding) Janina Kulzer, Fri-
day 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Knew Your Car Paul Oblas,
Friday 2-4 p.m.
Oil Painting and Writers
Workshop Classes are closed at
this time. Call 689-7700 for infor-
mation.
On Going Programs
Round Table Talk for Mea
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women These groups have
lively discussions on politics,
economics, and current events on
Tuesdays at 1 p.m., with the ex-
ception of the second Tuesday of
the month. Jos Greenberg and
Sylvia Skolnik, group leaders.
Joint sessions are held the third
Tuesday of the month. Next ses-
sion Apr. 6.
Speakers Cmb Morris
Shuken, president invites all
those interested in Dublic speak-
ing to join this group Thursdays
at 10 a.m.
Joy Through Movement A
creative activity of dance with
discussions on nutrition, stress,
charm, grace, etc. with licensed
therapist Ceil Golden at Poin-
ciana. Lake Worth, through the
courtesy of the Challenger
Country Club on Thursdays :30-
11:30 a.m. Fes $8 for eight les-
sons. Call 964-1466 for informa-
tion.
Coming Event*
Apr. 4 Annual Meeting -
Sunday, 8 p.m. at the beautiful
new Hyatt Palm Beach Installa-
tion of the Center's Officers and
Board of Directors for the 1982-
83 year, with an evening of enter-
tainment plus an assortment of
desserts. Please watch for your
invitation in the mail.
Apr. 8 Passover Community
Seder The Second Seder
Night, in conjunction wish Tern- t
pie Judea. Lead by Rabbi Joel newdrni^mB'.
Levine. assisted by Cantor Rita Syfvk SkonKn'L T^
Shore, accompanied at the piano ganixational mJJi. hoW J
by Mr. Ira Shore. Traditional litsVm tathTw* ? VI
Kosher dinner. Membere, 116. ,n l* Seiuor CuZ'
Non-members $20. For informa-
tion and reservations, call
Frances Witt.
We wish to acknowledge with
thanks the gracious gift given to
us by the Dramatic Order,
Knights of Khorassan, Kismet
66, Pythian Organization to help
us insure that the mitzvot of
Passover is fulfilled.
Apr. 18 Health Fair 82 will
again be held at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Special screen-
ings, learning centers, booths,
exhibits, etc. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Save
the day, and save your life.
rCte.
Free Tan Ceunn.
that time of^the yeaTZ^j
couneehng for person?^
ove^ a special prograotJi
vutea free tax aid and iffi!
PP your Federal lafi
come Tax Return. uJIy'
able through the JCcTd'
Ram, Volunteer Tax fin
Call Rhonda Cohen for i
tion.
Second Tuesday Soda!
Sam Rubin, prenWl
nounces that the SecondT1
Chib will not meet this i
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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
/ 2415 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 689-7700
GENERATION TO GENERATION
JCC FAMILY COMMUNITY SEDER
IN COOPERATION WITH TEMPLE JUDEA
LED BY RABBI JOEL LEVINE, & CANTOR RITA SHORE
f
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Thursday, April 8, 1982
at 6:00 p.m.
2nd Seder Night
AT JOHN L LEONARD HIGH SCHOOL
Fees:
JCC & TEMPLE JUDEA MEMBERS: S16/DINNER j
NON MEMBERS: S20/D1NNER
(Young children may share with parents or siblnfl-j
A tradHkmal kosher meal wi be served
Please call 689-7700 to make your reservation by March 29, 1982.


Lay. March 26 1982
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lading Jewish
fneral organizations
|ve joined in
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:Lauderdale (Sunrise)
1 Park Drive at US 441
ate 427-4700
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regular meeting due to Peas-
r Holiday.
penior Olympics and Israeli
Ependence Day Make your
Us to be at Camp Shalom on
Lday, May 2 to celebrate Israel
Jjependence Day. Senior Olym-
|s are scheduled for 3 p.m. We
T be setting up teams for
lichball volleyball and a walk-
Ralay Kace. Call Rhonda in
fcc office to register.
Volunteer Program:
lean Rubin, CSSC Director
Is: "We need a name for our
lunteer Program. Volunteers
our greatest natural resource.
.y enable us to provide the
jy services needed that our
' funding would permit."
louquets this month go to our
it volunteer receptionists who
worked efficiently and con-
iently with Rhonda Cohen, our
lunteer Coordinator: Fritrie
Celia Mayer, and Ceiia
>nfin are now official Volun-
Heceptionisls of the Day.
Khonda to become involved.
lo-Nazis Affirm Their
radise in Paraguay
JEW YORK Efforts of
ner Nazis to find haven in
kth America have taken a new
Bt with the appearance of
lertisements in neo-Nazi pub-
Itions asking "patriots" to
lie in "our paradise off the
(ten track, in Paraguay."
fhis development, reported by
Institute of Jewish Affairs
the research arm of the
^ld Jewish Congress, involves
perous extreme rightwing
Jlications in West Germany
Austria. An advertisement in
such publication, Die
\ernschaft, even appends an
nrial footnote proclaiming:
rman settlers are in demand
fe again."
buth America has long been
I cherished refuge of those
Is who had fled Europe im-
lately after the Hitler war. In
ft years however, the IJA re-
some have again thought
ittlement in South America,
Itime not to run away from
fer but to live in a more con-
?1 environment. The country
tn by them is Paraguay.
(he
town
STACILESSER
We Are One has been the Federation slogan for quite a few
years. Ronni Tartakow and Jay Epstein have proven that
slogan to be true. They recently became engaged and plan a late
August wedding.
Jay is Staff Associate for Federation and Ronni is the Public
Relations Director and heads the Leadership Development
Program. This is a perfect Federation union of two truly
dedicated people who happen to be very much in love. Ronni
and Jay, we toast you L'chayim!
She is tops again. Heidi Newmark, daughter of Dr. Manny
and Tina Newmark, won the Voice of Democracy contest. She
captured first place in Lake Worth High School and first place
; for the local post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Her prize was
;r$150 in bonds and two trophies.
Tor the past two years Heidi was listed in the American High
School Citizen. She also won three first place prizes for poetry
interpretation during the local competition for the National
Forensic League. Heidi is President of her Sophomore Class, an
honor Thespian, an elected representative to student council,
and involved in many other school clubs. She is active in U.S.Y.
and the Midrasha. Heidi, you are an impressive young women.
Mazol Tov to Claire Klein, Finance Administrator of the
Jewish Community Center, on the recent marriage of her son
Joel. Joel is an attorney in Washington, D.C. and has already
pleaded two cases before the Supreme Court of the United
States. He is also the same Joel Klein that is mentioned in the
book "The Brethren." We wish them all the best.
It was Adar and all were happy. Cantor Elaine Shapiro and
Michael Zimmerman were recently married at Temple Beth El.
The ceremony exuded warmth and was rich in tradition. Rabbi
': Howard J. Hirsch performed the ceremony assisted by four
Hazzanim whose magnificent voices were enjoyed by the many
relatives and guests who came to share this time of great joy
with Elaine and Michael.
The Groomsmen were Alan Eisemann, Mark Eisemann and
Joel Eisemann. The Best Man was James Areson. The Brides-
maids were Janet Reiter and Michele Dennis. The Matron of
: Honor was Ruth Arneaon and the Maid of Honor was Roni-Beth
Shapiro. Stacy Pariaer was the Flower Girl.
Michael was accompanied by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shapiro accompanied the
bride.
Michael's grandmother Mrs. Irene Eisenmann and grand-
mother Mrs. Jennie Shapiro were part of the bridal party.
Elaine and Michael welcomed the guests to fulfill the mitzvah
of causing the bride and groom to rejoice the celebration in
Senter Hall to drink, eat, and above all, dance and sing with
them. We wish Elaine and Michael a life of all that is good and a
hearty Mazol Tov.
Steven Karmelin, son of Leonard and Sheila Karmelin, is a
wrestler for Palm Beach Gardens High School. Steve weighs 102
pounds and is undefeated in his weight class. He just became
both District and Regional Champion. He has 16 pins for this
current season and holds the school record for an individual
season. Steve is the first liardens High wrestler to win the
Regional III Championship. He will travel to Tampa to compete
for the Florida State Championship. Steve previously placed
third in the National Maccabbean tryouts. Steve and his family
are members of Temple Beth David. Steve, we are with you the
whole way- keep setting those records.
Sylvia Lewis, you are some special lady. Sylvia recently
received the Urban League of Palm Beach County's Award of
Appreciation during its 7th Annual Equal Opportunity Day
dinner held at the Hyatt Palm Beaches.
Sylvia is most deserving of this award. During the 35 years
she has lived in the Palm Beaches she has devoted herself to
making this area a better place to live for all people from all
walks of life. Sylvia, we thank you.
UPDATE..UPDATE..Steven Kapner, son of Judge Lewis
and Dawn Kapner, is the National Forensic League State
Champion in Men's Extemporaneous Speaking. He will be going
to San Francisco the week of June 14th to compete with other
State Champions at the National Tournament. It is most
unusual to be a state champion in the Junior year, but with
Steven's accomplishments it is not surprising. Steven will also
be going to Detroit with the C.F.L. for the Men s Extern.
Speaking as a Co-State Champion. Steven you are certainly a
champion and we wish you success in San Francisco.
Happy Birthday to you. Happy Birthday Dear Linda
KalniUky ..- A surprise birthday party was recently held for
Linda to celebrate a marvelous 50 years. Linda though that no
on?could ever surprise her, but she happUy learned they could.
Family including husband Gene, sister and brother in law MM
and Ron Swerdlin, parents Dorothy and Sam Budfai, Gene s dad
Abe Kalnitaky, and daughter Joan helped keep this top secret.
Linda's close friends joined with family and with the celebrity of
the evening. Linda in wiahing her many, many more years of
health and happiness.
Palm Beach s Samuel Hausman was the recipient of the coveted Israel
Bond Peace Medal at the Palm Beach County Israel Bond National
Dinner on March 7 at the Breakers. Hausman is the New York
Founder and Chairman of the Mediterranean-Dead Sea Canal Project.
Attending the testimonial dinner were: (Standing left to right) Robert
D. Rapaport, Florida Region Chairman; Evelyn Blum, Women's Divi-
sion Chairman; Dr. Marvin Rosenberg, Chairman Corps, of Patron
Hosts, Irving Rifkin, South County Israel Bond Chairman; and
Gerald Lesher, General Chairman. (Sitting) Massachusetts Senator
Paul E. Tsongas and Samuel Hausman.
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T
Fhda\
A Time Of Hope and Joy
BtRABBI
HOWARD SHAPIBO
March the aaaatfc of
Scvraar, a taae of kope sad jor k
>P*"kai- a tine fctiuio take a
cai baaa. iir^rt 5 qpch ^c ke of the Jewish people s
Harare
Marc* a the nU of Paraa.
April the wHk < run
Harnar. .rr> > aBaaBBa1
the Jm* people have bajaa
thear wait to freedon s shore-
Both these nots. both these
festive occassoos arc baked TV
Je^u-c people s Dvaooaa and
depead oc how we
we take toward wumaaa $
Both these
fawt oc-
Wa at
to the
Go* Kadosh-
PnestsaHoly
W e tus as a people to be
bscease a iiiaiajlm

ausgdotn of
There isa
to sur-
t\*. there is a meaning to the
Jewish people s being It is the
tfc. aiBriaaag ratew oar tradition
preserves. It is the compassion
and the caring our rituals
syahukie as we took at
auaaaM> 5 aaaariaa and
translate values mto action
One of the great Hasidic
Masters, the Seer of Lublin, once
asked he dfeopfes "Do you know
the real ssn of our ancestors in the
Ot^n* Not their rebellious
behavior bat their ensuing
i> !! Lanen with me to
the nom jot of Purim s children.
Taste wave me the bitter hap-
pmess of Passovers urJeavened
laaetiiai It is March-April: k is
Adar-Naaa. Our people
m rasas theaasehes to the joy
and opuaarnn of beaag Jewish.
Synagogw News
For we exist as a peopie to
sen* The very purpose of our
oekverance feoac Egypt is made
dee* a, Eaaaas. "Let act peopk
CD that they tight ser =*
TEMPLE JVDEA
Rabbi Brace S Marsha:
condon Teaapfe Jade.
Senices. Fraiav Mar .*
xial aaQ of St.
JOIN US
FAMILY
FOR OUR
SEDER
CONDUCTED
BY
RABBI HOWARD SHAPIRO
THURSDAY. APRIL 8.1962
fcOOP.M
CATERED DINNER
Cai -3 3 a- aWCftV
"e-c. C~oe S334CT'
Wembers $25 00
Non-Members $30.00
OakJren $15 00
- Bead
Catherines Greek Orthodox
Church at the corner of Southern
Bhd. and Fmgfer Dme. Rabbi
Marshal wal lecture on The
Jewish rVwatinn on Abortion.'
Castor Raa Shore will chant the
Rabbi Marshal is
director of the Jewish
Federauon of Sooth County and
has dmaagaaaed aamsetf as an
active mraahrr of the Central
Coafereace ot .\mencan Rabbis
aa actual important
On his return from leading a
congregational natation to Israel
Rabbi Joel L Let me will spent
on Friday. Apr. 2 at 8 pjn.
on "Orthodox. Conservative Re-
form: Israel's New Sparkual
Frontier Rabbi Leriae has mat
m Israel wkh leaanag aaombers of
the Morld Lnaoa of Progressrve
Judaism and l provide new
aasarhts mto this rnatimimg
T^r=> t Jadea it kanmg wkh
the Jewish Coca kv Center in
aSecoad NightS r. Thursdav.
Apr 8 at 1 aa. at John I.
Lioaaad HhJI SchooL 10th
Aveaan. :'. Mata
Temple Beth El
Tre Palm Beaches
s*-
Obseeaed
RaDDi Howard J Hirsch and
Cantor Elaine Shap 'o will
Officiate
-'
USOOMnm
Trai Raabt JoeJ L Lenne and
Caater Raa Aore ill officate
arraaapaad by Ira Shore Ad
to earakuij is $16 per
Cal the Jewsh Com-
Ceater C88-7700 for
"f
TEMPLE aaaaaa,
Faaaaas are espeoalh imTted
Teaipie Israels
on Thurdav eve-
8-5 pja coadooted bv
For details call
Edkh Grant.
BETHkODESH
The Sasttrhood of
Caamngaiia Beth Kodeah arm
ae Tuesday 11:30 pjn.. Apr
* the Congregational
N Federal Hwv
Dr Michaal
. Director of
the Zaaaast Organaation of
****** be tt*_-
PBaker ^riiishl Eseats:
yq ^undaj Matinee -
kal Safe bj: Safe at the
Theatre. Meat
May 4-
jHL
>*ky SOJaae 8 ~
arm weekead at So-
mchafes free golf
aad a
For
Mram Appeai-
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Village
vV Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath service; 9Vm
p.m. Daily services 8:15 am. and 6:30 p.m.
and sl
Congregation Anshei Emuna
55i Brittany L. Kings Point. Dolray Beach 33446 Phone 47Wb|
499-9229 Harry Silver. President Dairy services 8 a
Salerdaya a"d Ho''days9a m
arKJSp*
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Fiaoer Drive. West Pam Beach 33*07 Pnone gn I
8421 Rabbi Howard Shapiro Dr. Irving B. Cohen rm
Emeritus Dr. Richard G. Shogarman. PraMoant Stephen' j qS
stein. Administrator Sabbath Services. Friday 8 pr
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432 Phone 391.
890C Rabbi Merle E. Sinjer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath a
vices Fr^jay 8.15 p.m Saturday 9:15 am. Torah Study with Rj.
S Temple Sinai
at St Pauls Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swwrton Ave. Deiray
Mamng address 2005 N.W 9 Street. Deiray Beach. 33444 Rabbi
Samuet Silver President. Bernard Etish Friday services at 8:15 ]
0 m Temple Beth Torah
at St David's ri the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest M Btvd. an'
Wemnirir Trace Wast Palm Beach. Maang iJdrin 1125 Jar* Pine St,:
Mast Pern Beach 33211 Rabbi Bat I Cohn. Caraor Ncroas FereW,
Paaftal Rorma Kramer (7932700*. Sabbath aa^ioa. Friday at &15?jii
Temple Judea
Raor> Joel L Levine Cantor Rita Shore Barbara Cham.
Presoent 1407 14th lne. Lake Worth. Ft. 33463 Phone 9fe
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 pjn. Meeting at St
Catherine s Gree* Orthodox Church Social Han 4000 Washington
Rd. at Southern Bad._________^________^_________J
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
a: Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Gases Road (1 mM
est 0' Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue. P.O Box 3. Boca]
Raton 33*32 p*one 366-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Aosaym]
SaDSatn seances Fnoay at 8 15 p.m.
Conservative
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Goioac Lanes B vfl W Paim Beach, Fl 33411 Rabbi Jowph
Soe-ser Phone 689-9430 President. Samuel Eisen'e-c
TemDle Beth El
26-5 North Fiagter Drive West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 83303311
Rabb< noward J Hirsch Cantor Eiame Shapiro
Shavotfh Evening Service at 8 15 p.m. in
** Sanctuary Saturday murmng at 9"J0 am Daily Mrnyan at 8:8]
a- S-noay and Legal HohOays at 900a.m
Congregation Anshei Shotom
&34S Grove Street. West Pain; Beach 33409 Phooe 6*4-3212 Offiai
boas 9 a-m. u. 1 pjn. fUbtx Harry K Tiheilasa Cantor Monks I
Spektor Semes* okay 8J0 asm. sac 638tun. Fndav. 630 aj&.l |
"" *'* serMces p 15 p.m. Ic80 a ail bv oaag Shabbat Sa;urdey. &8
* :r. 6 p m NLncha f oUowd by Shokisk Saaka.
Congregation Beth Kodeah ot Boynton Baach
t Corigregationai Church. 115. N. Federal Hay, Boynton Bead)'
Prione 737-4622 Rabbi Avrom L Draon Sabbath se^ces. Frds 1
615p.m Saturday9a.m.
315 N A Street. Lake Worth 33460-Phone 585-5020 RaW
Emanuei Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Ehnan Services Mondays w
Thursday at 615am. Fnoay at 615pjn. Sata^awat9am
Temple Beth David 1
ai Hesuaaater Pteabjiaaa faaik 10410 N Mattery Trad, raa
Beach Gardens Office at Blvd- North P*
Cantor tart ij
Office at 321
B^,PkaK64^1134 Rahbi Wi
Rackoff
Sabbath servKte, Fraaj ac 8 pjau
lOi.m.
224 N.W
Sasoat"
Drive. *|
Jacob Frtnt P"
M9aa.l
>*nip neui aasaaaa
<> Battt Giada 33430 Cantor Jac Stateman
Fnoay at 8J0 pjn.
Temple Bnai Jacob
at Faith Catad Pieabjlaaa Cherck, X7S
^s 341 Tataph Baa Jacob Piaase-.--------------
964-0034 Sabbath enxa. Fraay at 8pja Sataraav ;9a*,
dars aad iVaradavs at 9 aja
__ B'nai Torah Congregation _
1401 N W 4th Avanua Boca Raton 33433?Phone 8328556'Ra*
Harnar Zaazsr Sabbath sarvces, Fnoay US pjaSaturoay'*.
^?lT** Em-Ih ^T H-bmi Cotigreoation,
8780 Wast Atlantic Avanua Datras Beech 33446 Phone ****
Rebbi Bernard Srtvar Cantor niijinir Adas Sabbatn ssnW
Pndayatapm Saturday at 9 am DasyManyeat at 6*51*1""
1 North coaat, Roao^fil^iaaer^Pr 832^*
^ Joa Oa^TcaaiarOa^
PnoaywaJOpm Saturday at 8 am
Temple Beth Zion
Lion* Cm> TOO Catataa Dr Row Paw BaaclL Friday-
5-ura-> 9 -*. Prcdar*t, Bnan Schwartz 783837SC


Klay. March 26,1982

::.:-:;!
The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach Count,
Browsing in Books
Page 19
Oh, My America by Johanna
plan, reviewed by Marjorie
.iier, Temple Israel Com-
linity Library
3eniu8 is hard to define, as life
hard to define. Even the great-
i super-geniuses have their mo-
unts of childishness, crankiness
irrational behavior. And a
life, even the life of a
lius is made up of so many
terse components, making it
her own as a writer, eventually
marries an Italian and goes to
live in Italy. It is to her that
Merry turns for help when her
father dies.
I.2L marriage with
Isabel there is the affair with
Paula, who in an hilarious turna-
bout actually has the temerity to
use Ezra to give her the two
children her impotent psychia-
lOB vr~..-----,--------, .. tnst husband cannot. One of the
lly impossible to keep count offspring of this strange liaison is
say "This, in a word or even a beautiful hippie, totally zonked
nple sentence describes so out on the latest opiate, be it
Buddhism, a new cult or mari-
juana. Her stuttering vocabulary
is faithfully recorded as are the
voices of all the other characters,
by the marvelously keen ear and
pen of the author.
"Oh, My America" mav be
borrowed from Temple I.ra3
^immunity Library. The Library
s open to aU residents of Palm
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I so." Such a man, and such a
is what "Oh, My America"
ils with, and a brilliant, engag-
[ book it is. Johanna Kapjan
hgs to it her vast knowledge of
(many worlds she has traveled
1 the many societies in which
has lived. She is a sponge,
orbing nuances of speech and
lavior, and she spreads it all
pre us like an intricately de-
hed tapestry woven of many,
ny brightly colored threads.
Ezra Slavin, iconoclast, intel-
tual entrepreneur, gadfly,
|itical activist, lover and cul-
i hero is the main protagonist
the book opens as his
bghter, Merry, receives the
Is of his death. His journey
p the (ihetto of the Lower
ft Side, through a haphazard
f College education; a stint
i the WI'A Writers Project in
[Depression; three marriages
several liaisons have finally
light him to a post as Visiting
pessor of American Studies at
estigious New England col-
possibly Amherst. He has
living there with his third
(and infant son when he dies
Aerry Slavin, the issue of his
It marriage, shoulders the
hie and public obligations of
great man's death. In so do-
I she recounts with equal por-
bs of grief, nostalgia and the
iertain anger of those left be-
d, the magnificient saga of her
per s life and times. Most ap-
prialely, Slavin*s famous re-
|k: "I have had a life-long af-
I with the idea of America" is
lied in the New York Times
?uary. For Slavin is indeed in
i with the idea, rather than
substance of things. A
Wne painting, for example,
me likened to the sensation
Ml upon first awakening from
M>; "Form and fantasy," he
'. new m the process of being
' Above all, he valued the
l of seeing something as if he
&r Seen il before- thrugh
Pulds eyes-a major dis-
fcry!
|wy's mother, a woman of
Tjnous emotional depth and
actual capacity, dies at the
P of her third child, cheated of
pesire to have many children,
f r-zra does not even want
Itwo she has already borne
Who does she think she
ne screams. "A Jewish
bn' On her death, he
. ni8 son, Merry's older
per, to a relative of his wife's
pver tries to make contact
I nun again. Merry, until she
Wtt. lives with her grand-
er, an illiterate Russian
. in the ghetto. The urand-
*rbarely speaks a few words
Wish and all conversation
LsLA ? X^h. Merry
"fcngUsh only on the street
school. After the grand-
er J. d Err. marries
Merry kves with them.
, ""J* "nWwestern
Kntnb."n89.cahn Protestant
Uk i 8abd- especially
sabel reads to herTsabii
. have a son. to whom
,f' "different, and thev
lsabe! achieves fame on
Ezra's third and final mar-
riage, the stangest one of all, to
an almost illiterate mountain girl
whom he met on a foray into Ap-
palachia comes when he is near-
mg old age. The final scene at the
tumble-down house where he
now lives, surrounded by adoring
students, interviewers and
photographers, and the gathering
of his friends for a memorial serv-
ice in New York end the saga of
Ezra Slavin, and what a saga it
has been!
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P225/75R14
P195/75R15
P205/75R15
P215/75R15
P225/75R15
P235/75R15
PRICE
46.88
48.72
50.57
51.83
52.87
54.37
59.21
49.42
54.37
59.21
61.75
62.90
67.27
62.08
64.16
66.69
69.12
74.06
F.E.T.
1.53
1.69
1.78
1.92
1.98
2.14
2.23
1.83
2.04
2.18
2.34
2.48
2.68
2.33
2.47
2.59
2.78
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BELTED CLM
P-METRIC, POLYESTER CORD, FIBER-
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SIZE
P155/80B12
P155/80B13
P165/80B13
P175/80B13
P185/80B13
P175/75B14
P185/75B14
P195/75B14
P205/75B14
P215/75B14
P225/75B14
P155/80B15
P165/80B15
P205/75B15
P215/75B15
P225/75B15
3.01
P235/75B15
PRICE
31.03
31.51
33.32
35.24
37.38
38.23
39.30
41.22
42.30
43.61
45.90
35.24
36.91
43.50
44.94
47.09
49.38
J.E.T.
1.49
1.44
1.50
1.63
1.69
1.70
1.79
1.95
2.07
2.20
2.35
1.68
1.83
2.15
2.34
2.46
2.65
LIN
X' RADIAL WHITEWALLS
SIZE
BR78X13
CR78x14
DR78X14
ER78X14
FR78X14
GR78X14
HR78x14
PRICE
73.91
75.34
76.88
78.17
84.18
87.64
90.76
F.E.T.
2.07
2.27
2.26
2.40
2.68
2.81
2.92
GR78X15
HR78x15
87.18
94.54
2.86
2.88
X RADIAL WHITEWALLS
SIZE
P155/80R13
P175/75R13
P185/80R13
P175/75R14
PRICE
50.84
58.90
69.39
64.44
KE.T.
1.46
1.75
2.20
1.79
P185/75R14
FOR MOST U.S. PAS-
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LIGHT TRUCKS
ENGINEERED FOR
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MONROE
GRIPPER
SHOCKS
BULK
P195/75R14
P205/75R14
P215/75R14
P205/75R15
P215/75R15
P225/75R15
74.86
78.70
84.16
89.87
84.56
88.25
91.30
2.14
2.24
2.51
2.62
2.53
2.68
2.86
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145x13
155x13
165x13
165x14
175x14
185x14
165x15
175/70x13
185/70x13
185/70x14
PRICE
44.33
39.74
46.88
51.81
57.35
59.24
64.20
57.65
55.91
61.67
69.86
F.E.T.
1.35
1.28
1.46
1.55
1.68
1.90
2.16
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185SR14
165SR15
PRICE
37.89
33.74
39.66
43.22
49.14
52.10
50.32
F.E.T.
1.19
1.15
1.24
1.53
1.81
2.11
1.71
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1.72
1.66
1.90
2.06
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SIZE
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185/70x14
195/70x14
205/70x14
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94.65
99.38
106.13
F.E.T.
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2.01
2.33
2.40

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