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
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

Notes

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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FALMBEA CH COUNTY
Comb.mng "OUR VOICE" and "FIDWAmJfilPORTir'
in conjunction with The Jtwiih Ftderotioii off Palm Boned County
Friday, December 17,1976
Price 25 cents
Ambassador Dinitz to Highlight Advance Gifts Dinner
Israels Ambassador to the
1 States Simcha Dinitz will
the guest speaker at the Ad-
i Gifts Dinner ($5,000 mini-
,,,'contribtuion) on Dec. 23.
. announcement was made by
Irwin Levy, Advance Gifts
an. The black tie dinner
be held at the Breakers
I Prior to assuming the poet of
! ambassador to the
States in 1973, Dinitz
R-ed for four years as political
and director of the Prime
Office in Jerusalem
5 the tenure of Golda Meir.
He previously represented his
ntry in Washington as Min-
rof Information 11968) at the
Embassy. Other inter-
I diplomatic posts he has
SIMCHA DINITZ
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held include Minister at the
Israel Embassy in Rome (1966)
and a member of the Israel dele-
gation to the United Nations
(1964-65).
Long a familiar figure in this
nation's capital, he pursued both
undergraduate and graduate
studies at Georgetown Uni-
versity in the 1950s. His
bachelor's degree (cum laude)
was in Foreign Service and his
master's degree was in Inter-
national Law.
Returning to Israel in 1958i he
joined the information depart-
ment of the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs. Serving in that Ministry
until his appointment to Rome,
he was for three years political
secretary to the foreign minister
Quebec Issue
[977 Campaign Facts! Bronfman
PACT: The Joint Distribution Committee's pioneering
for the aged, stressing non-institutional care, reaches
b.000 Israelis over 65. With Israel's past-65 population con-
ning to rise it now stands at 8.6 percent compared with 3.8
nt in 1948 this program must be accelerated; shortage of
sin 1977 could create standstill or worse.
PACT: JDC s $1 million allocation last year to 158 yeshivoth in
el, with a total of 24.000 students, barely met the fractional
ating cost traditionally covered by UJA funds. In the face of
ingcosts. this \ car's $1.1 million allotment is starkly minimal.
FACT: In Moslem lands today, JDC aid reaches some 34,000
;of 100.0(H) still living under isolation, tension and, in some
s. terror. Foi many, it is their only contact with the outside
wish world, it is what keeps hope alive.
FACT: JDC also spells hope in Eastern Europe: for the aged,
"[and needy and for Jews in bondage, longing for a life of
riomin Israel and elsewhere. Gift vouchers, food, clothing and
dkine are supplied by JDC to some 165,000 Eastern European
n. most of them in the Soviet Union.
a
Creates
Furor
:;
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
MONTREAL (JTA)
Charles Bronfman,
president of the Seagram
Co., one of the world's
largest distilleries, aroused
strong reactions when he
told a group of 400 busi-
nessmen on the eve of the
Nov. 15 provincial elections
that a victory for the sep-
aratist Parti Quebecois
Continued on Page 8
Peres Points to Slight Exaggeration
Rabin was 'Misquoted' in U.S.
[Israel's Defense Minister
on Peres held a news
feence in Miami Beach
week at which he said
Prime Minister
had been "mis-
on his request to
8 United States for 400 F-
fittack fighter airplanes.
"The number of 400 is
gerated," Peres said,
hedeclined to state the
number of planes re-
f*. The State Depart-
ed the request was
!>8 part of the ongoing
'7 relationship with
bJ'18; bVUt by General
and called "the fighter
^ ^"becoming one of the
A^ Sutes ad its allies.
% r;lfa. Iran has placed
|Lj'*l0of the plane,, and
f'our Western European
JJive placed orders. The
"* about $6 million each.
ythe United States to
J support for
increased
Israel's humanitarian needs from
leaders of the American Jewish
community. He spoke at a Pace-
setter dinner Sunday night on
behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
PERES WILL meet with Ford
Administration officials, in-
cluding Secretary* of Defense
Donald Rumsfeld and Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger in
Washington next week, in ad-
dition to holding talks with mem-
bers of President-Elect Carter's
transition team while in
Washington.
When asked to comment on the
incoming Administration, Peres
said he hoped Carter would stand
behind his campaign pledge not
to bend under Arab pressures,
such as an increase in the price of
oil by OPEC nations. He also
said he has the "utmost respect"
for Cyrus Vance, Carters ap-
pointee for Secretary of State.
Peres was asked to comment
on the possible appointment of
Kissinger as a special envoy to
the Mideast and said he would
welcome Dr. Kissinger and any
American in that role.
THE DEFENSE Minister said
the mobilization of Israeli troops
the southern Lebanese
border sent a loud and clear
message to Syria and the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization that
no military activity will be toler-
ated by Israel in that area.
Peres said no further actions
by Israeli troops should be neces-
sary to maintain the tranquil
state on that border.
Peres declined to speculate on
his role in the next major election
to be held in Israel in November,
1977, but said he has not decided
if he will be a candidate for Prime
Minister.
*
and director of the Foreign Min-
ister's Bureau.
He has published a number of
works primarily in the fields of
political science and international
law, among them a treatise on
Legal Aspects of the Egyptian
Blockade of the Suez Canal.
Directors Approve 1976
Federation Allocations
At the November board of
directors meeting of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, approval was given to
the recommendations of the Fed-
eration Allocations Committee.
The total raised in the 1976 cam-
paign was $1,435,481.
Rabbi Hyman Fishman, chair-
man of the Allocations Com-
mittee reported that the com-
mittee based the disbursements
on requests from regional,
national and overseas agencies.
The United Jewish Appeal will
receive the largest allocation,
$985,553, approximately 68
percent of the total dollars raised.
Stanley B. Brenner, president
of the Federation, praised Rabbi
Fishman and members of his
committee for an outstanding
job. A complete listing of the
1976 Allocations begin below:
YITZHAK RABIN
1976 Allocations
LOCAL SERVICES
Jewish Federation Services:
Community Relations.....2,000
Floridian (Newspaper). 12,000
Forum.................. 2,000
Home for the Aged-
(Jacksonville)..........4,300
Jewish Education 2,000
Friendly Visitors...........300
Leadership Development 2,300
Missions...............1,000
Refugee Resettlement 12,000
Social Service .........1,500
TV Program (Mosaic).....3,000
Pre-School ...........1,500
Camp Shalom Main-
tenance ...........16,000
Camp Shalom Capital
Improvements.........4,000
Jewish Community Day School:
Jewish Family & Children's_______
Service:
Jewish Federation Administrative
and Campaign:
REGIONAL SERVICES
B'naiB'rithHillel
Foundation of Florida 5,000
Central Agency for Jewish
Education of Miami.....250
NATIONAL SERVICES
Community Relations Agencies:
American Jewish Committee
................2,150
A merican Jewish Congress 1,100
B'nai B'rith Anti-
Defamation League ......2,100
Jewish Labor Committee 350
Jewish War Veterans.......325
National Conference on
Soviet Jewry.............300
CULTURAL AGENCIES
Jewish Cultural Appeal
RELIGIOUS A EDUCATIONAL
American Academic Assoc.
for Peace in the
Middle East..............500
American Assoc. for
Jewish Education.........500
American Jewish Archives 150
Dropsie University.........200
Herzeliah-Jewish
Teachers Seminary........100
Jewish Chatauqua Society 250
Jewish Theological
Seminary................600
Reform Jewish Appeal-
Hebrew University........600
Synagogue Council of
America................100
Yeshiva University-
Orthodox ................300
$382,497
63.900
50.000
35,400
233,197
5,250
13.815
6,325
400
4,300
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, December 17
With the
Organizations
National Council Of Jewish Women
On Friday, Dec. 17 the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women-
Palm Beach Unit, will hold a
Chanukah party at Darcy Hall
for the Jewish patients. Gifts of
small plants will be given to each
patient. A candle lighting
ceremony will be held.
The Palm Beach Unit of
Rebekah Lodge
The Centennial Rebekah Lodge
No. 200, of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will meet
Friday, Dec. 17, 1 p.m. at the
IOOF Temple in West Palm
Beach. City bus transportation is
available from Century Village.
All members are urged to attend.
For information contact Rose
Kaiser.
National Council of Jewish
Women is making plans to visit
Fort Lauderdale on Jan. 26 to
attend a luncheon at the Valle
Steak House. At this time the
group will meet with the new Na-
tional President Esther Lands,
and the new Executive Director
Marjorie Merlin Cohen.
Reservations information can be
obtained by contacting Mrs.
Jeffrey Ornstein, North Palm
Beach.
Temple Beth Sholom
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will hold their next
regular meeting on Wednesday.
Jan. 5 at 12:30 p.m. The topic to
be discussed is "Smart Money,"
presented by the Peoples Federal
Bank. There will be prizes and
refreshments.
AJ Congress Women's ORT
The American Jewish Con-
gress will hold a special luncheon
on Thursday, Jan. 20 at the Eden
Roc Hotel in Miami Beach. Rabbi
Gordes will be the guest speaker.
For information and reservations
contact Sylvia Simon.
Hadassah
On Thursday. Dec. 23, A viva
Group of Hadassah will show a
movie entitled "The Mad Ad-
ventures of Rabbi Jacob," 8 p.m.
at the Community Center of Boca
Raton. The public is invited to
attend.
The next regular meeting of
the Chai Group of Hadassah will
be held on Monday, Dec. 27 at
the Poinciana Clubhouse at 12:30
p.m.
The. guest speaker will be Ruth
Turk, author and resident of the
Palm Beaches. Mrs. Turk will
give a dramatization of her novel
"You're Getting Older So
What." Refreshments will be
served.
Yovel group of Hadassah will
j hold its next study group at the
home of Sybil Senecoff on
Thursday, Dec. 23.
The topic to be studied, based
on the book These Are My
People, will be "Jews in England
During the Period of the
Enlightenment."
Reservations for a trip to New
Orleans, Jan. 24-30, may be made
through Yovel Hadassah. Claire
Braun can provide more in-
formation.
WHO. .WHAT. .WHERE?
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
AND AGENCIES
JEWISH FEDERATION OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Camp Sholom Day Camp
Community Calendar
Community Pre School
Friendly Visitors
Information-Referral Service
Jewish Community Day
School
Jewish Community Forum
Jewish Community
Relations Committee
Jewish Family & Children's
Service
Jewish Floridian of
Palm Beach County
Jewish Singles
Jewish Students Union
Florida Atlantic University
Leadership Development
Program
"Mosaic" TV Program
Service to Institutions
Transient 0 Emergency
Relief
aj Committee jn^a cites Dr. Salk
Stanley Jenkins has been
elected president of the Palm
Beach Chapter
the American
Jewish Commit-
tee succeeding J.
Samuel Perlman.
Jenkins is resi-
dent manager of
Reynolds Secur-
ities, Inc., mem-
bers of the New
York Stock Ex-
change, and has
been a resident of
the JENKINS
Palm Beaches since 1965. He is a
graduate of the Citadel and is
very active in local, civic and
charitable organizations.
WASHINGTON York-born physician and scientist who in 1954 developed!
anti-polio vaccine which bears his name, has been givenl
Jawaharlal Nehru Award by the Indian government.
The Indian Embassy here reported that the award to(
is in "recognition of his outstanding services to the stuofl
biological and health sciences and to the alleviation of hul
suffering, which have significantly enhanced the welfare 9
present and future generations."
Agency
IN RESPONSE to a question from the Jewish Teleer
ncy. Salk, who is director of the Salk Institute for
:::ms
!
B'nai B'rith
Women
The West Palm Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
meet on Wednesday, Dec. 22,
12:30 p.m. at the West Palm
Beach Public Library on Cle-
matis Street.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
Bernard Kimmel, a practicing
physician and a member of the
Palm Beach County School
Board. His topic will be "School
Funding, Past, Present, and
Future."
Culture Group
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Century Village meets Tuesday
mornings, 10 a.m. at the Century
Village Clubhouse. The next two
programs are as follows:
On Dec. 21, a Chanukah
Festival is slated with Yankel
Doroshkin. chairman; Harry Le-
vine, vilinist, accompanied by
Mildred Birnbaum on piano.
Rabbi Dr. William H. Shapiro
will discuss the Chanukah Festi-
val and Cantor Albert Koslow
will sing cantorial renditions.
Jack Doroshkin will present
selected readings.
On Dec. 28, the meeting will
feature Rabbi Dr. William H.
Shapiro, chairman: and the
Mildred Birnbaum Choir. Yankel
Doroshkin will present selected
readings and Lillian Shapiro will
perform with her violin.
Labor Zionist
Alliance
The Labor Zionist Alliance will
hold a Chanukah Party on
Wednesday, Dec. 22,1:30 p.m. at
Morrison's Cafeteria in West
Palm Beach.
The guest speakers will be Dr.
Paul Klein and Albert Libow.
Dr. Klein will discuss his
experiences on a recent mission
to Israel and Libow will speak on
"Different Customs and Tra-
ditions, in Celebrating Chanukah
by Jews in Various Countries of
the World."
Shoshana Flexer, folksinger,
will provide the entertainment.
WOLFBERG
The following
officers were in-
stalled to the new
Mitzvah Council
of B'nai B'rith
Women last
month:
President is
Joan Wolfberg;
vice presidents
are Freda Bom-
pey, Evelyn
Blum, Millie
Fier, Ray Fein-
stein, Rose
Rosen; Treasurer is Sophie Dick-
son; Financial Secretary is Ellen
Cohen; Recording Secretary is
Sunny Groland; and Corres-
ponding Secretary is Ethel
Kaplan
The Mitzvah Council is the
umbrella organization of the six
chapters of B'nai B'rith Women
in Palm Beach County. B'nai
B'rith is an international
organization of 150,000 members
who are active in a variety of
educational, civic and philan-
thropic programs.
logical Studies in San Diego, Calif., said he expected to
New Delhi early next year to accept the award. It cmI
$13,740 in cash and a citation. They will be presented
special ceremony.
""fhe Forum
Sunday evenings at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach
January 16-1. L. Kanen
"The American Jewish Forces for Israel's Survival'
January 30 Naomi Levine
"The Future of the American Jewish Community"
February 13 Hyman Bookbinder
"The Washington Report"
February 27 Dr. Charles S. Liebman
"The Changing Nature of Israel-Diaspora Relations"]
March 13 Dr. Howard H. Sacbar
"The Lessons of Modern Jewish History"
VOLUNTEERS WANTED
Volunteers are urgently
needed to assist with the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. Please give your time to
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, and help insure
Jewish survival around the
world.
For information contact the
Jewish Federation at 689-
5900.
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purchasing desirable material,espec
ialiy U.S.A. collections. We have!
earned the commendable Senior,Mem
oership in the American Society of
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^^Star Peters to Appear At Cystic Fibrosis Benefit
" u...;. onH Mrs The event will be held FriHav making- MetroDolitan Onera
Arthur Leibovit and Mrs.
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^fvstic Fibrosis will be a
^^t and entertainer.
The event will be held Friday,
Jan. 7 at the Breakers. Music for
the evening will be provided by
Marshall Grant and his or-
chestra.
Roberta Peters is known as one
of America's greatest coloratura
sopranos. Since her history-
making Metropolitan Opera
debut in 1956, she has dazzled
audiences abroad, in London,
Vienna, Berlin, Moscow and in
other great opera houses around
the world. In addition to the 15-
minute standing ovation she
received at the Bolshoi in 1972,
Miss Peters was presented with
the coveted Bolshoi Medal, be-
coming the first American-born
artist to receive the the honor.
Miss Peters has reconded many
complete operas, the most recent
being "The Magic Flute." She
appears frequently on the Johnny
Carson, Mike Douglas and Merv
Griffin shows. In 1968 her first
book, Debui at the Met, was
published. In 1974 she received
an honorary Doctor of
Humanities degree from West-
minister College in Salt Lake
City.
National Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Chairman Roberta Peters
pves her support and individual attention to Cystic Fibrosis
patient Suzanne Silaz, as they visit a research lab where studies
ve under wax to find a better control or cure for CF.
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I Name
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Phone
Dr. Howard Kay, member of the board of directors of the
Jewish Community Center, promotes programs for the JCC at
the Palm Beach Mall. Members took turns recently to inform
the Jewish Community of Palm Beach County about JCC
opportunities for service to pre-schoolers, children, teens,
college youth, young adults, single adults, senior adults,
couples, families and community-wide involvement.
Mrs Arthur Leibovit lleftl and Mrs. Robert Regalbuto are co-
chairmen of the forthcoming champagne dinner-dance, "Puttin
On the Rift." to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The
event will he held Jan. 7 at the Breakers.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
Do you know of any new families who have moved into |:|:
the area? If you do, won't you please let us know so that
we can place their names on the Floridian mailing list.
For your convenience fill out the coupon below and mail 8
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Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach 33409. or call 689- '
5900.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, December 17, i;
Bonds Cash Crucial
It is imperative that members of the Jewish com-
munity, who have pledged commitments to stand by
Israel, redeem their commitments by immediate cash pay-
ments for their outstanding Israel Bond purchases.
Any examination of the situation in Israel will confirm
the central role which Israel Bonds has played in the past
25 years in reinforcing the economy of Israel and enabling
it to withstand the shocks and impact of the dangers and
crises threatening its existence from the earliest days of
its independence.
It is a notable measure of the concern and under-
standing of American and Canadian Jewry that close to
$3.5 billion, of which $1.5 billion has already been repaid,
has been channeled into every phase of Israel's economy
through the sale of Israel Bonds since 1951.
Under the most difficult circumstances, the people of
Israel put this money to work with the resourcefulness
and vision that have made it possible for Israel to become
one of the fastest growing of the developing countries in
the entire world.
This partnership between us and the people of Israel
continues to face the test of the critical problems of the
present unsettled situation which calls for the immediate
conversion of outstanding Israel Bond commitments into
cash.
Holland Says 'No'
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A spokesman for the Dutch
Foreign Ministry, reacting to reports that following the
opening of a Palestine Liberation Organization office in
Brussels, the PLO would shortly also open an office in The
Netherlands, said that no such request had been made by the
PLO.
The standpoint of the Dutch government in this issue
remains unchanged, he said. Netherlands Foreign Minister
Max Van Der Stoel some time ago, replying to a parliamentary
question, stated that the Dutch government will not allow the
PLO in The Netherlands as long as the organization does not
recognize the right of Israel to exist.
1976 Allocations
(
Continued from Page 1
Council of Jewish Federations
& Welfare Funds:-
(Fellowship in Jewish
Education Leadership) 500
(Media Service) 500
SOCIAL WELFARE
Association of Jewish Family
& Children's Agencies 140
B'naiBrith Youth
Services Appeal.........800
Jewish Braille Institute 250
National Jewish Welfare
Board 1.250
North American Jewish
Students Appeal 350
OVERSEAS SERVICES
American-Israel Cultural
Foundation ........ 250
Federated Council of
Israeli Institutions .....150
Jewish Telegraphic Agency 385
United HIAS
Service 2,300
United Jewish Appeal- 985,553
(United Israel Appeal)
(Joint Distribution
Committee)
(ORT)
(New York Association
for New Americans)
CAMPAIGN SHRINKAGE
GRAND TOTAL
First Time Allocation
2,790
988,638
70.000
1,460.200
THE
Jewish Floridian
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OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
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Combined Jewish Appeal
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Volume 2
25 KISLEV 5737
Number 26
MADRID (JTA) -
The Spanish government
abruptly canceled the
official welcome it was to
have extended to the open-
ing of the World Jewish
Congress European Exec-
utive meeting here Sunday
night without explanation.
As a result of the unex-
pected move, official sour-
ces expressed doubt today
that King Juan Carlos I
would receive the dele-
gation of WJC leaders to
whom an audience was to
have been granted at the
Royal Palace.
These developments
seriously marred the first
international Jewish
gathering ever to be held in
Spain, an event that Jewish
leaders had hailed as the
beginning of an historic
reconciliation between
Spain and the Jewish
people.
THE MEETING was attended
by 13 delegations from Western
European countries. Rumania
and Yugoslavia and. for the first
time, observers representing the
Jewish communities of East Ger-
many Poland. Czechoslovakia
and Hungary.
The last minute snub was
attributed to heavy pressure
from the Arab states. Deputy
Minister of Justice. Rafael Men-
dizabal. was to have greeted the
Jewish delegations on behalf of
the Spanish government. Two
hours before the opening of the
meeting, he telephoned Philip
Hu ""as, president of the Madrid
Jewish community, to say he
would not be able to attend
because he was "otherwise en-
gaged."
Mendizabal gave no other ex-
planation and expressed no
regrets.
LORD FISHER of Camden.
chairman of the European Exec-
utive of the WJC and president of
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews, voiced "deep regrets'" in
his address to the opening
session. He stressed that
"countries, as we can testify, can
have friendly relations with both
the Arabs and the Jews."
He expressed hope that the
"new Spain" now emerging will
establish diplomatic relations
with Israel and will "not cast its
vote at the UN or at UNESCO
against the vital interests of the
Jewish people."
Spanish officials said privately
here that Mendizabal's atten-
dance at the WJC meeting was
canceled because of the wide-
Anti-Nazi
Fighter
Beaten Up
BONN (JTA) French
anti-Nazi fighter Serge Klarsfeld
was beaten up, and he and his
wife Beate were evicted from a
neo-Nazi rally in Munich Satur-
day night. The rally, organized
by the "Deutsche Volksunion"
(DVU) and attended by an esti-
mated 1,000 people, was held in
the Burgerbraukeller where
Hitler and his followers planned
an abortive putsch against the
Bavarian State government in
1923.
Guest of honor was the contro-
versial wartime German flying
ace and Germany's most dec-
orated war hero Hans-Ulrich
Roedel, a Nazi sympathizer
whose presence at a recent army
ceremony led to the dismissal of
two top German Air Force of-
ficers.
spread advance publicity sur-
rounding the event and the
political implications attributed
to it by the press and other
sources. However, the decision
was taken by Foreign Minist
Marcellino Orega after a meetiii
Monday with Arab envoys *3
protested plans for an officj
welcome.
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The Jewish Flqridian of Palm Beach County
PageS
CRC Update
By HENRY GROSSMAN,
Chairman Community Relations
Council Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
Some Speculations
noose you were Prime Minister of Israel and you had an
Just *up^empi0y the one man in the world who knows most
opirtunlt^ policy and diplomatic maneuvering in the United States,
^t foreignf Midd|e East antj a one of the most highly regarded
* AinCa/ the century. You might just jump at the idea! So, is it
". Kt in 1977 Prof. Henry Kissinger might be working for
On the Sports Field
Anti-Israel Sentiment Rears
Head at Basketball Assn. Meet
Israel?
ible that in
nnose vou were President of the United States, newly
JuSt.^ in January. 1977. Would you want to leave a power
iauguratea ^^ ^ that theUSSR would fmaUv ^^ what
rtcuum m rtar invitation to attempt control of the Middle East oil in
"""US 7 cold and hot war with the West? I think not! Nor would
' i hruler (in hi9 right mind) want to invite Soviet domination.
T nnssible that finally we can hope for a beginning of rapproche-
iunllna Israel, in the Middle East?
it junpose you were one of the important Black leaders in the
h ^ Qiotes Would you want to woo organized Jewry to regain the
rt Blacks had from Jews in the '60s? So. is it possible that
"^RUck leadership will see the need for closing ranks with that
llHSTirity group (Jews) to work together on Civil Rights, to
restore the coalition that was so weakened by "militant Black groups
the 10s?
Does all of the above make any sense at all? Goodness gracious, it
night! H.G.
By HASKELL COHEN
NEW YORK (JTA) Anti-
Israel sentiment in sport, once
again, reared its ugly head over
the weekend at the meeting of the
Federation of International Bas-
ketball Associations conducted
at Munich, Germany, to de-
termine sites and dates for the
final European Cup playoffs
involving six teams, including
Maccabi Tel Aviv.
At the sessions in Munich the
six teams in attendance, com-
prised of CSK of the Soviet
Union, Real Madrid of Spain,
Mobil Girgi of Italy, Maccabi Tel
Aviv. Spartak Brno of Czecho-
slovakia and Racing Mailines of
Belgium, conferred to complete
an angements for the Cup finals.
WHEN IT came to a
discussion of sites, the CSK and
Spartak Brno teams immediately
protested playing Israel in Tel
Aviv and instead forfeited their
respective games to the Israeli
five. The return games between
Israel and these Soviet and
Czechoslovak quintets will be
cussions back home in the event
he arbitrarily suspended the
Soviet and Czechoslovakian fives
from Cup play next year.
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petition and furthermore was
suspended from European Cup
participation the following year.
APPARENTLY the new
executive secretary, Boris
Stankovic of Yugoslavia, a friend
of this writer who is sympathetic
to Israel, was fearful of reper-
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Friday. December 17,1976
The Jewish Pfcn
Jewish Community Center Presents
Carolyn Simon, chairperson of the Jewish Community Center's
Children Committee, invites everyone to participate in the JCC
Winter Carnival and Latke Party Sunday, Dec. 19, 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. in the JCC parking lot. The Carnival will feature tons of
REAL SNOW, pony rides, hay rides, kiddycars, "moonballoon"
and games for children of all ages.
Volunteers are needed to assist children. Please contact the
JCC. Volunteers must be at the JCC no later than 10 a.m. on the
day of the Carnival.
Last chance to register for the following vacation programs:
Tweens-Teens Trip: Junior High Trips to Cypress Gardens and
Cape Canaveral, including overnight at the Diplomat Hotel in
Orlando; and a state-wide tweens disco party at the Orlando JCC.
Leaving the JCC 8 a.m. Dec. 21 and returning early evening Dec.
22. Fee: JCC members $40; non-members $60.
Senior High Trip to Atlanta with tours on our own bus to Stone
Mountain; Six Flags over Georgia; Atlanta at Night; Amni
Tower. Leaving JCC 9 a.m. Dec. 20; returning to the JCC evening
of Dec. 24. Fee: JCC members $85; non-members $110. Note:
Today is the last day of registration for these trips. Checks must
be received by 5 p.m. Dec. 17.
Mini Camp for children K-6 grades, Dec. 20-31. Register for
both or either week. Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A full
program offering a combination of educational field trips and
presentations under mature supervision. Some of the events
include: "Star Day," a trip to the Planetarium and tour of the
science museum; "Cartoon Film Festival Day," cartoon film
program followed by learning how to create your own cartoon
strips; "Gold Rush Day," a time machine back to the Old West; a
day spent in Western costume, searching for hidden gold mines,
staking claims and visiting a western casino; "Israel Flag Day,"
an exciting game day tied to events in Israeli history, as campers
act out through play the periods of illegal emigration to Palestine;
"Going to the Dogs Day," by popular demand, a return to the K-9
training farm where policemen put their dogs through tricks and
training exercises; plus an extensive Arts and Crafts program
including printmaking, puppetry, cartoon creations, discovering
painting, and more.
Phis: Our own "Maccabee Games." Individual and team com-
petition in a series of games designed to develop physical fitness
and cooperation. Fees for Mini Camp: JCC members $20 per
week, phis $2 insurance; non-members: $35 per week, plus $2
insurance.
Register now for JCC Spring Classes for Children and Teen
beginning the week of Jan. 10. 10-week sessions.
TENNIS
Onteti* Fee: Member. I
Beginner. H"*!?ay"
Intermediate. a a NT)T y
Instructor: Joel Levlne IBS. S.U.N.Y.)
SCULPTURE
Instructor: Ms. L. Fossler (B.A. Fine Arts F.I.U.)
PEE WEE KARATE
Grade. 1-4 Fee: MembertlS
Beginners 2)ur,^ay
Intermediate Tn"!3!ftoy, -rv.,
Instructor: Jimmy Diaz (IntemaUonal Tae Kwan Do)
BALLET
Beginner. Grade. K 2 Fee: Members$16 Non-member2B Friday4-Bp.m.
Instructor: Deborah Knowles of Ballet Art.. Inc.
Intermediate. Thursday _op.m.
Instructor: Marcle Fine
ARTS AND CRAFTS
Fee: Members JIB Non-Member. (SB
Thursday 4:46-8:46 p.m.
Non Members $16
46 p.m.
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Non-Member. $28
3'46-4:48p.m.
Non-Member. (26
8:464:46p.m.
4:46-6:46 p.m.
Grade. K -6
Instructor Ms. L. Fossler
JCC COTILLION
Grades 4-( Tuesday Fee: Member 820 Non-member 828 48 p.m
Grades 7-8 Tuesday 6-6 p.m.
Instructor: J. Huntlngton (Julllard, Clancy's School o'Dance I
NEW 11! Ballroom Contemporary and Social Dancing.
TEEN AND YOUNG ADULT KARATE
Thursday Fee: Member 20 Non-member 82B 8-7 SO p.m.
TEES* 7:80-9 p.m.
Intermediate
Beginning
Photography I
Fundamentals
PHOTOGRAPHY-TEENS AND ADULTS
Thursday 7-8:S0p.m. Fee: 8 weeks$18
of Photography (adjustable camera required) February-
March
Photography II Thursday March^Aorti
Creative Photography Marcn-Apni
(prerequisite Photography I (Instructor: Martin Becker, public reunions
specialist: commercial photographer
PRE -SCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
Beginning again in the week of Jan. 10.16 sessions:
Monday and Wednesday
Monday and Wednesday
Tuesday and Thursday
Tuesday and Thursday
Friday
1 p.m.2p.m.
2p.m.3p.m.
lp.m.-2p.m.
2p.m.3p.m.
1 p.m. 3p.m.
Call the JCC if there are activities you want. We'd like to help
you get your needs met.
Marlene Ganz, chairperson and Phil Weinstein, coordinator of
the JCC Widow and Widower Workshps report an unqualified
success. Sessions are now taking place on Sunday evenings at 8
p.m. in the JCC lounge. Professional workers lead the group in
discussions of experiences and in an exploration of ways of
relations to a chan^ri",-
tWDating are asked to |
JCC members free, non,
Jean Rubin, chairper.
Card Party on Tuesday j,
by the JCC Senior Aduj
being offered. A $1.50 do,
Fund. Everyone welcome!
A Diet Workshop with i
take place every Monday
January. All proceeds will 1
$5 and $2 weekly thereafi
look at your eating ha!
Pam Eggleton, an out
astrology teacher has a.
starting in January. Call I
a unique opportunity to i
the experience of profe
derstandings.
Beaux Art Show and !*
the Westward Shopping i
men are being sought to i
children and body paintir,
prizes will be awarded dur
Mimi Kreisler invites ,
cultural force in the coma
Scholarship Fund.
Ulpan-Modern Hebrew I
semester of Ulpan instd
beginning and intermediatj
the Ulpan method is
limited. Call Sue Levi, l_
Registration Form for Mi
Camper's Full Name
IBS]
Birth Date.
Father', or Guardian's Full Name.
Home Altiirrm*
Story Hour
Music and Crayon.
Tumbling and Playground
Cut. paste, and game.
Shabbat party, song and dance
Father's Business Address.
Mother's Business Address.
Are you members of hte J C.C.*.
In case of emergency contact.
Family Doctor _____
Full payment must be made In tihj
Community Center to take my child t
or surgical treatment which maybtn
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paj emergency
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Jewiah Encounter II will begin on Sunday evening 7 pjn., Jan.
9. at the home of Barry and Eva Kriacher. Thia is a series of 12
workshops on Jewish values and rituals. Open to a limited
number of registrants on a first-come first-served basis. Free to
JCC members and $30 per person for guests. All materials and
resources provided by the JCC. Call now to reserve a place. There
will be a culminating weekend of study and encounter planned by
the participants.
The JCC now has available a Shouk Katan featuring some
hand-made Israeli jewelry as well as art and wall hangings. All
proceeds from the sale of these items will benefit the JCC
Scholarship Fund. Please come in and browse. In addition, books
of Jewiah interest and T-shirts appropriate for Chanukah gifts are
available at the JCC offices.
Middle East Cooking instruction will begin Thursday, Jan. 6,
from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This will be a six-week course in Baltic
and Middle Eastern cooking. Lolik, an Israeli gourmet cook of
Sephardic origin, will be the instructor. Registration is limited
and participants are asked to sign up in advance. Fees: JCC
members $12, non-members $25. Fees do not include ingredients.
Take home what you cook. Call 689-7700 to register. Class is
limited.
Dr. Myles Cooley, clinical psychologist and authorized Parent
Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.) instructor, will again be offering
an eight-week course at the JCC starting Monday, Jan. 10 at 7:30
p.m.
Over a quarter of a million parents across the country have
learned the P.E.T. conflict resolution skills which enable parents
to solve problems so that no one "loses." Fees: JCC members
$46: non-members $65. Fees include the cost of Dr. T. Gordon's
text. Advance registration is required. Class is limited to 20
students.
Yiddish Conversation registration is now taking place for a
Yiddish Conversation Class. To meet everyone's needs, please call
the JCC office, 689-7700, to indicate your interest so we can begin
in January.
Second Tuesday Club for Senior Adult*, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1
p.m. participants will have an unusual opportunity to hear Doris
Hibel, MSW, of the Palm Beach Community Mental Health
Center who will give a talk on "How to Live to be 100 and Love
It." Group discussion will follow. Refreshments will be served.
Donation 50 cents.
Women's League Luncheon, Friday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m., at the
JCC. All JCC ladies are invited to attend this special meeting to
hear Libby Tanner speak on Human Sexuality and Behavior, to
be followed by lunch. Due to limited seating only 100 tickets will
be sold. Fee: $5 per person.
Sunday for Seniors: Just a reminder that the "Sunday for
Seniors" has begun and we would like you to join us on Sunday,
Dec. 26 for an afternoon featuring backgammon, bridge, dis-
cussions and general good times. Light refreshments are served.
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DEC. 17
FIRST DAY CHANUKAH
Community Pre-School Chanukah Party
DEC. 18
Temple Beth El Social Sets
Temple Beth David Sisterhood
Second Annual Dinner-Dance
DEC. 19
Jewish Community Center -
Chanukah Winter Carnival
and Latke Party
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club
DEC. 20
Temple Israel Sisterhood
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood Tea
Hadassah Shalom
Jewish Family and Children's
Service Board
DEC. 21
Congregation Anshei Sholom
Sisterhood
City of Hope Board
Jewish Community Center -
Presidents Council
Temple Beth El Executive Board
DEC. 22
National Council Jewish Women
Pioneer Women Golda Meir Board
DEC. 23
American Jewish Congress Board
DEC. 24
LAST DAY CHANUKAH
DEC. 27
ORT Palm Beach
ORT North Palm Beach
B'nai B'rith Women Boynton Board
Jewish Community Day School
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Bronfman Stirs Furor in Queh
Continued from Page 1
would "mean the end of the
country and the destruction
of the Jewish community."
He vowed that in such an
event he would pull Sea-
gram out of Quebec and
with it the Montreal Expos
baseball team in which he
has a 40 percent interest.
THE PARTI Quebecois won
the elections and Bronfman, a
strong supporter of defeated
Liberal Party Premier Robert
Bourassa. issued a retraction. He
explained that his remarks had
been made impulsively in the
heat of the campaign.
But the reverberations con-
tinued. At a general meeting of
Seagram shareholders held three
days after the elections, a
spokesman for the St. Jean Bap-
tiste Society of Montreal which
owns 50 shares, presented a
motion of censure against
Bronfman.
It was rejected after Seagram
director Phillip Veinberg stressed
the Bronfman family's loyalty to
Montreal and Quebec and
pledged that Seagram would co-
operate fully with the new
government.
EARLIER, Allan Bronfman,
Charles Bronfman's 82-year-old
uncle, declared on French tele-
vision that "none of us Bronf-
mans intend to leave Quebec.
Whatever government we get
we'll move with it."
In his post-election statement,
Charles Bronfman said:
"It was incumbent upon those
of us who dearly love Canada and
who believe in Quebec as a viable
and important force within the
Confederation to bend every
effort to ensure the strengthening
of our country and our province. I
felt then as I do now, most pas-
sionately, that Canada is one of
the great and blessed nations of
the world. And to face the specter
of separatism which could tear
our country apart was a prospect
so shattering that what I said
truly reflected my mood and my
feelings of the moment."
Nevertheless, Bronfman's pre-
election remarks drew a strong
reaction from radio and television
commentators and readers of the
French language press.
SEVERAL LARGE cir-
culation dailies published letters
to the editor urging Quebecers to
boycott Seagram products. The
English-language Montreal Star
reported that it had received calls
from readers who said they were
organizing a boycott campaign.
The Allied Jewish Community
Services found it necessary to
publish a denial of any connec-
tions whatsoever with a pre-
election political meeting op-
posing the Parti Quebecois
allegedly held on its premises.
The disavowal appeared in the
AJCS bulletin "Your Com.
News."
In the same issue,
President Joe Ain addri
open letter to Premier-Ek
Levesque pledging "full
ation in achieving the cc
aims of all who wish to lr
progressive and
society."
AIN WROTE that the
will continue to work clo
the government in the fi
health, welfare and educate
can be counted on to rem
human needs as we havei
done in the past."
Meanwhile, Prof. Irwin I
a McGill University exp
constitutional law, d
with the Jewish Tefeg
Agency the implications ,
elections for Quebec and it
ish community
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'\
ay. executive director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, speaks to
nitv on "The Recent National Election and its Implications on United States Foreign
ltlmmthe Middle East." Amitay appeared in the Palm Beaches under the auspices of the
'"'rv Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.
Israel Keeps Eye Out On Border
Members of the Community Relations Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County greet Morris J. Amitay
(third from left), executive director of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee, at a recent community-wide
meeting. They are (left-right) Bruce Daniels, Barbara Hurst,
Evelyn Blum, Henry Grossman, chairman; Barbara Kaplan
and Gershon Aronson.
, AVIV (JTA) Long
j of Israeli infantry, artil-
I armored units continued
i into the region border-
["louthern Lebanon in what
I officially described as a pre-
ijjary movement against a
threat from Syrian
lorterrorists in lA'banon.
I convoys of tank carriers,
guns and foot soldiers
over the winding
i roads all day through
[winter rains, high winds
ENGINEERS were
(preparing encampments for
arriving reinforcements.
limits are already dug in.
[deployment was described
[000 Engineers
\Go on Strike
IUSALEM (JTA) -
115,000 engineers went on
i last week to protest the
Bite in the wage
^nations. They warned that if
i was no progress, they
lcall a general strike of un-
I duration.
*pite the strike, no
lances were reported in the
Ition of public services.
JRKERS IN so-called
| services observed back-
H orders, but their striking
_Ws said they would not
'them to work, even if it
"violating the law.
Newspaper
Deadline
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by eye-witnesses as the largest
ever undertaken by the Israeli
army in the Lebanese border
region. Settlers in the north ex-
pressed satisfaction and a new
sense of security.
Swiss-Egypt Trade Doubles
GENEVA (JTA) Swiss Minister for Economic
Affairs Ernst Brugger said here that Switzerland's trade with
Egypt will practically double within two years. Brugger told
the Swiss Federal Council, the government, that economic
exchanges between the two countries will top 200 million Swiss
francs (about $80 million) by 1977. _______ _
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A quantum leap in vacations
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winter destinations. And it
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with cruises.
Sure, the plane fare is
more, but your land arrange-
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up for it. A superior hotel in
South Africa will cost you
less than $20 a night with a
full English breakfast. Our best
restaurants are priced like some
coffee shops.
So the bottom line on an adventure
in South Africa compares
with the tariff on some far
more mundane vacations.
The price may be comparable but
the country itself is incomparable.
Especially this time of year. (Remem-
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enact the story of the first Thanksgiving to the delight of parents and grandpan
children made their own costumes.
Pre-School Celebrates Thanksgivini
"I'm an Indian," declared
curly-haired Matthew Bernstein
as he modeled the costume he had
painted himself.
"And look at me mommy,"
called petite Laura Rosenstock.
"See my Pilgrim hat," and she
smiled as her picture was
snapped.
Study Shows Rev. Moon
Hostile to Judaism
DALLAS In a study con
ducted by the American Jewish
Comittee, the Rev. Sun Myung
Moon, the Korean-born leader of
the Unification Church, is ac-
cused of "unrelieved hostility to
Jews and Judaism," and his
teachings are described as a
"breeding ground for rostering
anti-Semitism."
Rev. Moon, it says, employs
the most hostile elements in the
Christian tradition to describe
the crucifixion of Jesus. Welcome
changes on this subject, the
study states, have taken place
within the Christian community
in the past 15 years, but Rev.
Moon continues to foster hatred
of the Jewish people.
The study contrasts Rev.
Moon's doctrines with those of
Protestants, Catholics, Evan-
gelicals, and other Christians
who are meeting with Jews "in
love and mutual respect." Rev.
Moon, it declares, "perpetuates
only hateful, destructive and
divisive teachings about Judaism
and the Jewish people."
NOWHERE, the study says,
does Rev. Moon attribute any
validity to Jews or Judaism,
either ancient or modern. They
are seen only as a people devoid
of any genuine faith and spiritual
qualities.
According to the AJC study,
"Rev. Moon's Divine Principle is
a feculent breeding ground for
fostering anti-Semitism. Because
of Moon's unrelieved hostility
toward Jews and Judaism, a
demonic picture emerges from
the pages of his major work. One
can only speculate on what nega-
tive and anti-Jewsh impact
Divine Principle may have upon a
follower of Rev. Moon."
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
national director of the American
Jewish Committee's Inter-
religious Affairs Department,
made the study public at an
opening session of the annual
meeting of the Committee's
National Executive Council, its
top policy-making body.
The study was conducted by
Kabbi A. James Rudin. assistant
director of the Committee's
I nUrreligious Affairs Depart-
ment.
THE STUDY charges that
Rev. Moon's book. Divine Prin-
ciple, first published in Korean
nearly 20 years ago and expanded
in a 1974 English-language
edition, is "replete with hostile
and vicious anti-Jewish stereo-
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Rabbinical f age
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
co-ordinated by the
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Rabbi William H Shapiro

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Your Rabbi Sneaks
Chanukah Means More Than Gifts and Parties
I RfRabbi Nathan Zelirer
B'MiTorah Congregation
Boca Raton
Icianukah todav ranks next in
prance to the High Holy
i md Pesach and is gaining
^ with time. Historically it
, I minor holiday. The annual
m^i for the exchange of gifts
, Purim. How did Chanukah
one a giant among Jewish
lays?
tjjs change did not begin
Btly. It g069 Dac'< t0 tne m'''
i century, which ushered in
Age of Reason and
nalism.
The Maccabean victory in-
spired those who dreamed of the
day when the Jewish people will
unite and win recognition among
the nations. The story of Cha-
nukah was taught to the children
as the good guys" and the "bad
guys."
As other nations of the world
began to think in terms of
national revival, Jews looked
upon Chanukah as a time of re-
dedication to the survival of
Judaism. Chanukah reminded
them that in ancient times there
was a powerful section of the
Jewish population prepared to
throw overboard their heritage
Chanukah Music
Bt Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
Temple Beth David
Chanukah we com-
orate a two-fold victory,
terial and spiritual.
I Pint we remember the victory
I the Maccabees, who after a
struggle against the oc-
ition forces re-established the
mdence of the Land of
, and secondly we celebrate
(rededication of the Temple
I the flask of the Holy Oil
1 by the priests when they
A the Temple.
| These two facets of Chanukah
well brought out in the music
t is used on this festival. The
dy of Mooz Tzur, with its
Ml martial beat and rhythm,
* an accepted traditional
I Chanukah feature, although
originated from a German
song, which also found its
Tinto a well known chorale by
Kin Luther.
[According lo the Jewish
wwgist. Idelsohn, these
nan songs penetrated into
ghetto m the 16th century
' wei? [used into the joyous
"ofthe victory song of the
Jwbees. On the other hand,
H8mg ?any son8 abut the
and the purity of our re-
s'deals that were in danger
*l crushed by the over-
^ng powerful Hellenistic
herstandably this spiritual
in., fe8tival fa more
mm ; Jn our observance as
"in the music we sing. '
*e celebrate this festival m
"e gather hope and
w 'mm this period in our
y.and we also emphasize
ShSfr of Uvee to
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The songs and melodies are
numerous and diverse, but the
ideas of the spiritual dedication
tnd hope personified in the
Chanukah lights are eminently
expressed. Then there is a joyous
aspect of Chanukah that is very
well expressed in many songs
which we sing and teach our
children.
The theme of these songs is
based upon the various tra-
ditional games and foods that are
part of Chanukah. Among these
are: "My Dreidel," "My Can-
dles," "Who's the Hero!" "Once
an Evil King," "Spin Sevivon,"
"Who Can Retell," "Chanukah
Pancakes," "Kemach," "Cha-
nukah, Chanukah," "Oh, Ihr
Klein Lichtelach" and many
others.
I hope you will all enjoy the
coming Chanukah Festival and
its music.
and swallow Hellenism, hook,
line, and sinker. Greek language
ideas, and cultic forms, entered
the main citadel of Judaism.
Nineteenth century nationalism
threatened Jewish life again.
The story of the Maccabees
reinforced those who were de-
termined to end Balaam's
prophecy that "Israel shall not be
reckoned among the nations."
(Numbers 23:9). It provided
impetus to Jewish aspirations for
political freedom and spiritual
emancipation.
Reform Jews used the story to
stress the "mission" concept of
Judaism, but the great con-
tribution of Chanukah was in the
rising movement of Jewish
nationalism and Zionism.
A nationalist movement is in
need of heroes to fire the
imagination of a new generation.
Nineteenth century movements
in Europe could point with pride
to the freedom fighters of past
ages. Being a "people of the
book" was not enough to inspire
courage and sacrifice. Jewish
Garibaldis were not easy to find.
Nineteenth and Twentieth
century Jews found their
Garibaldis.
Other conditions, of course,
were also responsible for the
change. Chanukah might have
been a minor festival in the
Jewish calendar, but Christmas
was, and is, a major event in the
Christian calendar. The holidays
more or less coincide. Chanukah
began to match Christmas in gift
exchange, greeting cards, home
decorations, and even wrapping
paper.
We have overemphasized the
materialistic eivinK and getting
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayeshev
"And it came to pass, when Joseph was come unto his
brethren, that they stripped Joseph of his coat (Uen.
37.23).
Vayeahev Jacob and his sons dwelt in the lands of
Canaan as shepherds. Of all his sons, Jacob lovedI Joseph
best. His obvious favoritism, and Joseph s account of bis
grandiose dreams, produced hatred and jealousy among the
^therTjoseph's Lthers so.d the hated favontete some
Ishmaelite merchants, who took Joseph to Egypt with
them. There Potiphar. an officer of the Pharaoh jnd captain
of his guard, bought Joseph as a mvn. Tho Mg^jg
quickly rose to a position of responsibdity in his master^s
household However. Joseph rejected the advances of
pSipha "s wife; she slandered him and he was im^pmoned
But in Drison too. God was with Joseph, and he won the
mfSJSFS'ZZ jailers. He became known as an inter-
Dreter oTdreams by correctly reading the significance of the
Cms of X PhaVaoh's butler and baker when they were
his prison-mates.
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side of the holiday. Gifts are
given each of the eight nights of
Chanukah, as though to win a
competition of lavishness, as if
emotional security and religious
values could be delivered. Our
paper is blue and white, instead
of green and red. but we are being
swamped by the annual carnival
of gifts and parties.
Let us put the Maccabees back
into Chanukah by less imitation
and assimilation, actively or
passively, and by more Jewish-
ness in our lives and homes.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
REFORM
C0MSERVAJIVE4.IBERAL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida 33407
833-8421
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
BOCA RATON
P.O. Box 568
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
391-8901
Rabbi Norman T. Mendel
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m.
Moravian Church, 12th Ave. and
Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton
TEMPLE ETERNAL LIGHT
P.O. Box 3
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
426-1600
Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m.
at Unitarian-Universalist
Fellowship Building
162 W. Palmetto Park Rd.
Boca Raton
NEW CONGREGATION
CONGREGATION BETH K0DISH
2515 N.E. 2nd Court
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435
For information contact
Dr. Sidney Roth, 732-5147
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION
ANSNEI SN0L0M
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach, Florida 33409
684-3212
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Rabbi Emeritus Henry Jerech
Daily services at 8:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.
Friday services at 8:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. Also at 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath services at 8:30a.m.I
and 5:30 p.m. '
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida 33407
8330339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Sabbath services Friday at 8:15
p m
Saturdoy at 9:30 a.m.
Daily Minyan at 8:15 a.m..
Sunday at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
315 North "A" Street
Lake Worth. Florida 33460
585 5020
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg
Services, Mondays ond Thursdays
at 8:30 a m
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday at 9:30 am
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p. m
At Westminister
Presbyterian Church
10410 N. Military Trail. Palm
Beach Gardens. 321 Northlake
Blvd., North Palm Beach, Fla.
33408
845-1134
(Rabbi Hyman Fishman
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
NW Avenue "G"
Belle Glade, Florida 33430
Jock Stateman, Lay Leader
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:30
p.m.
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TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Alemeda Drive
Palm Springs, Florida 33460
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p.m.
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Mondays and Thursdays at 9am
Services held at Faith United
Presbyterian Church, Palm
Springs
B'NAI TORAH
CONGREGATION
P O Box 2306
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p m.
2nd and 4th Saturdays at 9 30
a m.
At Boca Federal Savings & Loan
Association
3901 Federal Highway, Boca
Raton
DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
Meets at Methodist Fellowship
Hall
342 N SwintonAve Delray
Philip Bialer, Lay Leader
For information, call Mrs. Carl
Miller, 278-1985
TEMPLE EMANU-H
190 North- County Road
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
1832-0804
Rabbi Max L. Forman
Cantor David Dardashti
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30
p.m.
Saturday at 9 a m.


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SHARE CHANUKAH
WITH THE CHILDREN
OF ISRAEL
FleAse frYlbur Pledge
WfeAreOne
Give to the
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL-ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
2415 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409 Telephone: 689-5900


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