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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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300 Women
Come To
'Miracle'
Over 300 women attended a
gala celebration on March 9 at
Burdines Department Store in
West Palm Beach. The event co-
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County and
Burdines was designed to honor
the hundreds of dedicated women
who have been a part of the 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
The evening began at Temple
Beth El, where the women were
addressed by Alan L. Shulman,
general campaign chairman, on
the needs of the Jewish com-
munity in Palm Beach County as
well as their obligations to the
state of Israel. The women then
boarded special buses which
brought them downtown to
Burdines.
The program titled "The
Miracle That is You," opened
with a champagne reception on
the fashion floor of Burdines.
Jeanne Levy, president of
Women's Division acknowledged
"the many women who have
worked so hard to make the
annual Women's Division
campaign successful. You. .are
truly the 'miracle'."
Mrs. Levy gave special thanks
to Melvin Jacobs, chairman of
the Board of Burdines. ."for
making our dreams come
true, .by opening the door to
honor the deserving women of
our Jewish community."
BESS MYERSON
DISCUSSES ISRAEL
Bess Myerson, former Miss
America and commissioner of
Consumer Affairs in New York
City, was the guest speaker for
the evening. She discussed the
state of Israel in relation to "new
beginnings," a phrase President
Carter used in his inaugural
address. "He meant it not
only for a new administration
that must find ways to move our
nation's purpose closer to its own
people," she stated, "but also for
a world of nations that must
learn to live together."
"We are a people of unending
continuity. .'new beginnings,'
are the essential promise of both
Continued on Page 3
^JewishFle/ri/diIan
OFPALMBEA CH COUNTY
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Volume 3 Number 6
Friday, March 25, 1977
Price 2 5 cents
South County CJA Plans
Community-Wide Event
Mel Schwartz, chairman of the South County Division campaign
announced that the Boca Raton Hotel will be the scene of a gala
Cocktail Reception, given on behalf of the Jewish Federation's 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund campaign.The
event will be held Monday, March 28, beginning 6 p.m. in the Mizner
Room.
"The South County Jewish community is growing rapidly, "stated
Schwartz, "and participation in events such as this one, is necessary if
we are to develop the many needed programs and services within our
community, as well as meeting our obligation to enhance the quality of
life in Israel."
The featured speaker for the evening will be Cynthia Zeger. Mrs.
Zeger will relate her experiences as an Entebbe hostage. She is the
mother of Erich Segal, author of Love Story.
The event is open to residents of the South County area who have
made a $100 minimum contribution to the 1977 CJA-IEF campaign.
Members of the South County Men's Campaign Cabinet are: Mel
Schwartz, chairman; Max Alperin. Sidney Altman. Sidney Cohen,
John Eisenberg, Julius Friedlander, Robert Gesoff, George Gordon.
Jack (iordon. Benjamin Jaffee, Dr. Alfred Kaufman. Dr. Myron
Persdff. Frederick Samuels, Norman Stone, David Tindel and Frank
Titelman.
Former CBS Newsman Schorr
Charge CIA Censored
73 War Predictions
BOSTON (JTA) Former CBS News correspondent
Uanit'l Schorr charged here that the failure by the U.S. Central
ntelligence Agency (CIA) to predict the Yom Kippur War in
19*3 was attributable to bias against Israel within that
organization. Schorr made the charge in an address at the
Leadership Event of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of
Greater Boston last week according to Josh Hyatt,
correspondent for the Jewish Advocate of Boston.
In a speech in which he excoriated the CIA for "over
Continued on Page 4
*ss Myerson, former Miss America and commissioner of
| ^onsumer Affairs for New York City was the guest of honor at
"* recent celebration, co-sponsored by the Women's Division
"line Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and Burdines.
Wured with Ms. Myerson are Jeanne Levy (left), Women's
{"Vision and Barbara Shulman (right), chairperson for the
*. (More photos on page 8 and 9)
Passover Message From The
PB Federation President
By Stanley Brenner
President
Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
In every year since our
forefathers chose freedom over
bondage to establish a holy
convocation of God and
peoplehood, free Jews
everywhere have celebrated
Passover with joy and
thanksgiving.
We have celebrated for
ourselves and for those of our
brothers who cannot, dare not,
openly rejoicethose Jews
who are denied their bir-
thright.
PERSECUTION, suffering
and suppression of basic
human rights anywhere have
offended and appalled us. As
Jews, we have shown our
indignation and acted to
champion social justice for all
people.
We will continue to plead
their cause until all Jews and
all humanity everywhere can
openly and with pride, declare
at Passover, and each day of
their lives: "I AM FREE!"
On behalf of the officers,
Board of Directors and staff of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, we extend our
best wishes for a Happy
Passover Holiday to all.
AJCong. Takes U.S. Ruling to Court
Now before the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the District of
Columbia is the American Jewish
Congress v. Vance. Issue in-
volved is whether the govern-
ment can enter into agreements
with foreign nations that result in
religious discrimination against
American citizens.
In a reply brief, AJCongress
seeks to block a Federal District
Court ruling dismissing its suit
against four top federal officials
charging them with violating the
constitutional rights of American
Jews who are excluded from
participating in government-
supported programs in Saudi
Arabia because of their religion.
Continuing its inquiry into
implementation of the provisions
of the 1975 Helsinki accords, the
Commission on Security and Co-
operation in Europe will conduct
public hearings this week on the
policies and practices of the
United States and Warsaw Pact
nations toward movement of
people for the purposes of family
reunification and marriage.
The hearings are meant to help
focus attention on some of the
obstacles which certain signatory
states continue to impose on
emigration for the purposes of
family reunification.
Despite the need for a strong
coalition and for a national con-
sensus, there is not much hope
that Israel's next government
after the May 17 elections will be
based on a more stable coalition
than the present government.
This is the observation of Dr.
Shlomo Shafir, foreign affairs
editor of the Israeli Histadrut
Daily, Davar, in a talk to the New
York section of the Communal
Workers Division of the Labor
Zionist Alliance last week.
Official circles in Jerusalem
belive that President Carter's
decision to reverse his predeces-
sor's commitment to supply
Israel with U.S.-made concussion
bombs is setting a "dangerous
precedent." The argument that
Carter was motivated entirely on
moral grounds holds no water,
according to the officials.
Carter's reversal of President
Continued on Page 7


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Prifcy.MaKhag
With the >
Organizations
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S
COMMITTEE
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, Palm
Beach East Chapter, will have its
closing luncheon and installation
of officers on Thursday, March 31
at noon in the Mediterranean
Ballroom of the Breakers. There
will be a fashion show presented
by the Cricket Shop, with Jerry
Feinberg as pianist.
For information contact Mrs.
Irving Brendze, Riviera Beach.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Representatives of the Palm
Beach Unit of the National
Council of Jewish Women
recently attended the thirty-
second national convention of the
NCJW in New York City. They
were Doris Singer, Lila Seidler
and Gertrude Pesacov. Approxi-
mately 1,000 women attended
from over 200 cities in the United
States. The leaders of the various
council units were elected for the
next two years.
The theme of the convention
was "Council Women: Caring
plus Action." Mrs. Landa,
national president of the NCJW,
presented the John F. Kennedy
award to Vice President Walter
F. Mondale. The award is given
to an individual who has brought
about social progress through
legislation and whose dedication
has improved the quality of life
for the disadvantage*!. The award
was accepted for the Vice
President by his wife Joan
Mondale.
Ruth Gottdiener from the
Okeechobee Unit and Phyllis
Lyons from the newly formed
BocaDelray unit were also
present at the Convention.
Members of the Palm Beach
Unit of the NCJW presented a
check to the director of the
Sojourn Residence at their recent
opening.
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Century Village will meet
Tuesday, March 29, 10 a.m. in
the Auditorium. The program
will feature Cantor Albert
Koslow, assisted by Dora Dasher
on the electric guitar and Mildred
Birnbaum on the piano. Jack
Zuckerman will sing, accom-
panied by pianist Ruth Hyde.
AMERICAN JEWISH
COMMITTEE
On Sunday evening, March 2'i
the Palm Beach County Chaptei
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee will hold its annual award
dinner at the Breakers.
The Rev. Philip E. Perkins,
rector of the Grace Episcopal
Church, will receive the Sylvan
Cole Human Relations Award for
his contribution to Human
Relations and intergroup under-
standing in Palm Beach County.
Father Perkins has served as
chairman of the Bi-Racial
Committee which oversees
peaceful desegregation of the
Public Schools. He helped found
Travelers' Aid, the Urban League
and the Planned Parenthood
Chapter in the Palm Beaches and
serves on numerous health and
family agency boards in the
county.
With Rabbi Sheldon Harr,
Perkins initiated a program of
open dialogue between Christians
and Jews to promote better
understanding. The series was
sponsored jointly by the
American Jewish Committee and
Grace Episcopal Church.
For further information
contact Mrs. Sylvan Cole.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI
SHOLOM SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of
Congregation Anshei Sholom
invites all members, relatives,
neighbors and guests to attend
the West Palm Beach Auditor-
ium on May 1 to help with the
Israel Independence Day
program by patronizing their
own booth.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
David heard a book review at
their March 23 meeting. Elsie
Nachmias discussed Irving
Howe's "World of Our Fathers."
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WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The Palm Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT (the
Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) invites all
members and friends to attend
the regular meeting on Monday,
March 28 at the Surf Room of the
Holiday Inn, Palm Beach at 1
p.m. The guest speaker will be
Norman Schimelman, executive
director of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County. A
dessert-tea will be served.
HADASSAH
The Bat Gurion group of
Hadassah will hold a Middle East
night on Saturday, April 30, 8
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Soloway of Palm Beach
Gardens. An authentic Middle
East buffet dinner will be served.
Entertainment will be provided
by a professional belly dancer.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach, in cooperation with Gulf
Stream Council of Boy Scouts of
America, has presented the
Shofar Award to Aaron Savith of
Century Village, Southamp-
ton B, at a recent Sabbath
service. The award was presented
by Dr. Morton Siegel, educator
and executive director of the
United Synagogues of America.
Savith is assistant scout-
master of Troop No. 134, West
Palm Beach. This award, first of
its kind in Palm Beach County, is
presented to an adult scouter for
the Advancement of Judaic
Studies in the field of scouting,
and a counselor to all boys, when
called upon.
Bear or Webelo Cubs, Boy
Scouts and Explorers, under 15
years of age, who are taking or
have taken courses in Judaic
studies and have been in cubbing
or scouting for at least two years
and believe they are eligible for
the Aleph (cub) or Ner Tamid
smut) awards in your religion
mould write to Shofar Counselor
\iimn Savith, Southampton B,
Century Village, West Palm
Beach.
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
Congregation Beth Kodesh will
hold Passover services for the
first and second days and the
seventh and eighth days of
Passover April 3, 4, 9 and 10.
Services will start at 9:30 a.m.
Memorial services (Yiskor) will
be held on Sunday, April 10 at 11
a.m. All services will be held at
St. Johns United Methodist
Church, Social Hall.
HADASSAH
The next regular meeting of
the "Chai" Group of Hadassah
will take place on Monday,
March 28, at the Poinciana Place
Club House. Lake Worth, at
12:30 p.m.
Sylvia Mass, president, will
conduct the business portion of
the meeting.
Entertainment will be provided
by "The Musical Notes," of the
Palm Beaches.
The group's leader is Mildred
Birnbaum. who also serves as the
pianist.
ODDFELLOW8 t
The Palm Beach Odd fciu_
Lodge 88 will hold anILTH
Honor Night on vffilSH
March 30 at its Templets
downtown West PaImP^
DELRAY CHAPTPR
WOMEN'S AMErSR0Rt ,
..,A_, eneral meeting is s|a(wi,
Wednesday. Maroh30*%'
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Guest speaker will he n,
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Tuesday, April 12, at lp.m.
Installation of officers will be
held.
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L March 25,
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Monday, Feb. ^ Mayr J*mes H. Schiefley of Delray
, presentcd a Proclamation declaring March 9 Women's
Jan ORT I)ay- Accepting the document are (left to right)
em filaustein, Mrs. Isadore Bronfein, Mrs. Israel Siegel,
Lawrence Fink, Mrs. William Verber, president of Delray
\pter, a
ndMrs. Murray Jackel.
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CRC
Update
By HENRY GROSSMAN and
BRUCE DANIELS, Cochairmen
Community Relations Council
Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
The Evangelical movement is
ever present. The Jewish com-
munity must be aware that Ben
David Lew's appearance at
Ambassador International is
another of many attempts to
proselytize and convert Jews.
The emotions that are aroused by
such attempts must not becloud
that facts that underlie the
Evangelicals.
They are sincere and believe a
real purpose is being served.
They believe it is their religious
mission, and also that they are
performing a real service for
Jews. They are pro-Israel and in
no way anti-Semitic. They
consider themselves to be good
friends of the Jewish community.
However, CRC deplores that
fact that in their wish to
proselytize. Ambassadors
International and Ben David Lew
have attempted to convince the
Jewish community it is attending
actual Jewish ceremonies. By the
wording and layout of invitations
and publicity, Jews are led to
believe this is a Jewish religious
expression. It is not, and we
should not be deceived.
300 Women Attend 'Miracle'
Continued from Page 1
our past history and our future
hopes. Israel will be 29 years old
this year", she continued, "and
of all the 'new beginnings' of our
history, that is surely the most
profound."
Ms. Myerson quoted Ben
Gurion stating,"Whoever lives in
Israel and does not believe in
miracles, is not a realist. .The
miracle of Israel is as natural as
the next breath we take to keep
alive."
Discussing the over-optimism
of many people in regard to peace
in the Middle East, she stated,
"we have learned the true secret
of survival. .and what we have
learned is that fighting back
when in danger or under attack is
only part of it. The most im-
portant part, is to remember
always, who we are and why we
are, and never permit ourselves,
even in a moment of triumph or
celebration, to assume
everything is well when it is not.
In this time of new beginnings,"
.she cautioned, "there are still
many old echoes hanging in the
air."
FASHION SHOW
AND AWARDS
Barbara Shulman, chairperson
of the Burdines event, presented
Bess Myerson with the "Out-
standing Women of the Year"
award, for her humanitarian
efforts on behalf of the Jewish
people around the world.
Shulman also presented a
Community Service Award to
Sally Harris, fashion coor-
dinator for Burdines, for her
:ooperation in the planning of
'The Miracle" celebration.
After a light supper the women
/iewed an exclusive collection of
Burdines designer fashions,
ncluding those by Gloria
Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein and Don
Fayers.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pridy.MMehft.
Editorial
Peace for Mideast
President Carter, in a press conference following his
four meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin,
had some good news and some bad news for Israel. The
good news was the President's statement that no matter
what the eventual borders are agreed upon by Israel and
its Arab neighbors, Israel might have to maintain defense
capabilities outside these borders.
While the President said he did not want to be
specific, this proposal sounds like the Allon Plan in which
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon has suggested that any
Israeli withdrawals from the West Bank would require
Israeli outposts on the Jordan River and elsewhere in the
area.
The bad news was that Carter said Israel would have
to withdraw from the occupied territories except for
"minor" changes in the pre-1967 borders. But while Rabin
pointed out in an interview later that this view meant a
tough struggle ahead between Israel and the United
States, he also noted that the U.S. has always declared
that Israel must withdraw from the administered areas.
The President, while apparently indicating the lines
he believes that a settlement should follow, stressed that
the U.S. will not "lay down an ultimate settlement" but
will help the parties involved reach an agreement. We
hope this is true.
Perhaps most important is that Carter agreed with
Israels definition of peace. "I think what Israel would like
to have is what we would like to have," he said, "a ter-
mination of belligerence toward Israel by her neighbors.'*
Rabin put it even more succinctly when he said Israel
wants a "genuine peace the kind every man in the
street will call peace."
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OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
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Exploring the Southern Mxtu
By ELI EVANS
In the Baltimore Jewish Times
i
Jimmy Carter has been caught
in a nexus of changing images
among Jews. Roman Catholics,
white Southern Baptists and
blacks about themselves, each
other, and about the South.
Stereotypes crumble slowly,
however, and when religion and
race are involved we are all
prisoners of our emotions and
history.
It was always an axiom of
Jewish life in the South that
racial trouble meant heated
passions and a dangerous at-
mosphere that was "bad for the
Jews." The opposite was true,
too. If blacks were making
progress, these and other lessons
of growing up Jewish in the
South have seemed more and
more relevant.
BECAUSE of the history of
the Ku Klux Klan, Jews in the
South have always judged
politicians by their attitudes
toward blacks. To Jews and
Catholics in the North, ardent
Christianity and the Klan have
been joined as images the
burning cross, the sounds of
"Onward Christian Soldiers" in
the Klan cow pastures, the
lynchings. Jews in the South,
more at home in the Bible Belt
atmosphere, learn to distinguish
between politicians by instinct,
and the race issue is one of the
measures.
"ICs like Andy Young said
about blacks," a Jewish lawyer in
Atlanta told me. "As a Jew in the
South, you develop antennae
about politicians. For instance,
when you're around lister
Maddox. who always mixed up
God with segregation, you just
knew he could be anti-Semitic at
the drop of a hat. Jimmy (Carter)
is different. You just sense it."
TO THE older generation, with
memories of Eastern European
persecution, sawdust
Christianity is reminiscent of a
narrow-minded, relentless
suspicion of the Jews. But a
Jewish shopowner in Georgia
with a slight accent said, "No one
down here can imagine Jimmy as
a cossack on a steed. Hell, Carter
won't destroy the shtetl. He
comes from the shift I "
In connection with Israel, the
Southern Jewish response is
instructive, perhaps another
example of the ignorance in the
North of Southern Baptist at-
titudes. Jews in the South may
sense that in a world of growing
dependence on Arab oil ,k
secure with a iWi *
commitment to&[
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than a search for Jewish
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Southern Senator and Le
man ,n the last 28 yet?
Carters statement in u ,
\ that "IthiScfiJ"*,!
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Ex-CIA Man Charges Bias
Continued from Page 1
concern with secrecy and living beyond the Constitution,
which "makes them a rotten intelligence agency."
SCHORR CLAIMED the CIA could have warned aga
the impending Arab attack on Israel. "Although the CIA ha
listening posts in southern Jordan which perceived a chaneei
command communications and its satellites had corroboratii
photographs of fresh troop movements, the anti-Israel soil
within its Middle East desk deterred a prediction of an;
parently imminent full-scale war," Schorr said.
Hyatt reported that Schorr noted further that a high CM
official was forced to resign because he insisted on fair tread
ment for Israel on intelligence relating to the Mideast. Th
same official had been overruled by Secretary of State HenrvA]
Kissinger when he recommended that the agency's head vi
the Old City of Jerusalem.
KISSINGER MAINTAINED this would upset" th,
Arabs because the area which they disputed was in Israeli
hands. Schorr said. Schorr was forced to resign from CBS las]
year after he released a leaked House committee's intelligent!
report on unlawful CIA activities and refused to disclose hi]
sources.
Prior to joining CBS in 1955. Schorr had been a reporter I
the New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and th
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. In 1973 he received an Emm.
Award for his coverage of the Watergate episode.
For wisdom shall enter into your heart, and /f\
knowledge shall be pleasant unto your soul ?
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L March 25, 1977
The Jewish FJoridian of Palm Beach County
Page5
intir Rabbi Speaks
I Were An Enemy of the Jew...
ADL to Honor Burnett Roth
..hhiMaxl. Forman.D.D.
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tacelv have we enjoyed the
fc comfort of Punm.
Lot begin > lk forw"? to
ItoBdays are alike in their
tlirations. In ith we observe
SSortality. Both breathe
jairof triumph in the face of
|tag destruction.
If | were an enemy of the Jew,
Luld look with troubled eye at
Ijew celebrating Pesach: Is
L really any use trying to
Lr(iv this man'.' Others have
1 it before me. and here he is
lebratinu another of his
Iterances that occured
hands of years ago!
Dt would be rather frightening
fme to consider that the Jew is
verv much alive, after the
fcnv times he has been burned.
bwned. and butchered. It
mid be particularly worrying to
serve what a long memory he
k; Three thousand years after
[event, he remembers his pain
Id oppression and celebrates his
verance. I should be gingerly
laid of a man who. from living
ddying so often, has learned so
ich that it is impossible to
eat him.
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If I were an enemy of the Jew,
it would distress me to see how
faithful this man is to his identity
and to his ideals. Indeed, here he
sits at his festive Seder table
praising the One King",
remembering that he was a slave
and extolling a victory of
freedom, reaffirming his ancient
faith, reasserting his unquen-
chable will to live as a Jew.
If I were an enemy of the Jew,
I should feel thoroughly
discouraged, for I would become
aware that even while my hands
could not destroy the Jew. there
was no death-wish, no self-
destruction, in the Jew himself.
He is true to himself, and therein
lies his immortality.
In fact, no Pharaohs, no
Hamans ancient or modern
can destroy the Jewish
people. Only the Jews themselves
can accomplish the destruction:
by forgetfulness. by indifference,
by neglect, by lack of education
as Jews.
Since, however, I am not an
enemy of the Jew, I can look
forward to our Seder service, and
rejoice in it as another
manifestation of our continuing
immortality.
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Counselors Wanted
Applications are being accepted for camp counselor
positions for the 1977 summer season at Camp Shalom.
Minimum qualification: must be entering tenth grade by
September 1977.
Positions are available for CIT"s, Junior Counselors,
Senior Counselors and specialists.
For information and applications contact Virginia
Coryn, Camp secretary, at the Federation office.
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith will honor Burnett
Roth at a Champagne Luncheon
to be held on Sunday. March 27
at the Konover Hotel in Miami
Beach. At the time Roth will be
given the Ben and Hazel Essen
Anti-Defamation League Out-
standing Service Award. The
guest speaker will be Arnold
Forster, national general counsel
of the ADL.
A life-long resident of Florida,
Burnett Roth has the longest
continuous service of any living
person in the work of the Anti-
Defamation League. having
started as one of Dick Gutstadt's
"boys," 46 years ago, while a
student at the University of
Florida, and having worked for
the defense of human rights since
that time. As a boy in Daytona
Beach and Orlando, he saw the
effects of intolerance and bigotry
upon Negroes and Jews alike,
and he was determined as a
teenager to dedicate his life to
fighting that bigotry.
In 1926, he spent time in
Palestine, and became a life-long
leader in the Zionist Cause.
Today he is recognized as one of
the nation's outstanding
students of the Middle East, and
has spoken on hundreds of oc-
casions before church, civil and
religious groups debating the
righteousness of the Israel Cause
which he served for over 50 years.
Roth was vice chairman of
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge's
ADL Committee during the
1930's. He is a life commissioner
of the National Anti-Defamation
League and has served as its
national vice chairman, chairman
of the National Discrimination
Committee, and vice chairman of
the Civil Rights Committee.
The Ben and Hazel Essen ADL
Award pays tribute to dedicated
members of B'nai B'rith who
have perpetuated the high ideals
of ADL by dedicated service. For
information on the luncheon
contact Sylvia Lewis.
TV I Highlights
"Mosaic" a seasonal public-service program in cooperation
with WPTV-Ch. 5 and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. Shown Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Hosts: Barbara Shulman and Steve Gordon.
MARCH 27: Dr. Sanford Shapiro
APRIL 3: Dr. Howard H. Sachar, professor from George
Washington University and noted author "The Lessons of
Modern Jewish History."
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With more of the good
things that so many cigarette
smokers are going for:
The long lean burnished
brown look.
The smooth easy draw.
The slow-burning smoke
that gives you more puffs
for your money, more time
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Page 6
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frida
r
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Mrck2s
Soviets Asked to Stop Showing Film Inciting Anti-Semitism
NEW YORK (JTA) ment the "shock" of a national film designed to incite anti- of The WorkmeiTs Circle, Other Things,' a film M
Anatoly F. Dobrynin, the Soviet Jewish labor fraternal order that Jewish feelirrgs" among Soviet meeting here this weekend, sent a ? trace the beginning
Ambassador to the U.S., was "the Soviet Union is officially citizens. message to Dobrynin asking for nwtory, its personali.VJ
<-w..uo< uourymn turning ior ~"j, us personalitio.
mked to convey to his govern- condoning the dissemination of a n,e national executive board the withdrawal of "Secreta and events since its founding*3
The 1977 Jewish Community Forum concluded on March 13
with a lecture by the author and historian Dr. Howard M.
Sachar. Dr. Sachar discussed the "Lessons of Modern Jewish
History." Pictured with Sachar is Dr. Peter Wunsh (left),
member of the Forum Committee and host for the evening. Dr.
Sachar will appear on "Mosaic," the Jewish Federation
sponsored television program, on Sunday, April 3, 10:30 am
on Channel 5.
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Remember
Passover!
Remember
Miller's!
April 3rd marks the
beginning of Passover...
and you should stock up
now on Miller's mouth-
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Passover cheese.
In addition to the popular
favorites, you can now
also enjoy Hickory Smoked
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The ancient traditions remain, generation after
generation. And today, we observe Passover ;is our
forefathers did thousands of years ago
For almost a century, the old fashioned good
ness of Manischev.it/ has ushered in festive holi-
day dinners in Jewish homes ajl over America.
This year, once again. Manlschewltz matzo, gefiltfi
fish, soup and other delectahles will oracB am
traditional table.
Treat your family and friends to a taste of Ira
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And have a good Passover!
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prifry, March 26,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
AJCong. Takes UJSL Ru^toCourt^ -
lomatic relations with the nationo
of the black continent are bound
The newspaper states that in up with the solution of the Israel-
the opinion of political circles in Arab conflict.
The residents of Greenbrier area in Century Village were ad-
dressed recently by Alan L. Shulman, (left) general campaign
chairman of the Jewish Federations 1977 Combined Jewish
AppealIsrael Emergency Fund campaign. Assisting
Shulman were (left to right) Mr. Max Shapiro, campaign
coordinator for Century Village, Joseph Klein and Joseph Ram,
cochairmen of the Greenbrier group.
Continued from Page 1
Ford's decision looms as par-
ticularly ominous, coming at a
time when the U.S. is expected to
begin a fresh peace initiative in
the Middle East. Can U.S.
assurances, in light of the Carter
reversal, be depended upon, ask
the officials.
The afternoon newspaper,
Maariv, basing itself on well-
informed and reliable sources,
writes that the secret meeting
between Prime Minister Yitzhak
Rabin and the President of the
Ivory Coast, Felix Houphouet
Boigny, which took place several
weeks ago in Geneva, has again
shown the weakness of Israel's
position on the African Con-
tinent.
The newspaper adds that since
Houphouet Boigny, who is a
sincere friend of Israel, did not
agree to renew diplomatic
relations with Israel, there is no
eason to believe that other
\frican state* will act differently.
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 tnac
we can place their names on the Floridian mailing list.
For your convenience fill out the coupon below and mail
it to|fhe Jewish Federationof Palm Beach County, Wl
Okeechobee Blvd.. West Palm Beach 33409, or call 689-
5900.
Phone
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Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Make Checks payable to the
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To get yourAflkomen reward, simply mail the purchase
confirmation seal or price mark panel from five different
Goodman's Passover packages along with the coupon below.
Goodman's Passover products haw been gracing
Seder tables for 212years All are certified Kosher for Paccover
by Rabbi Mendel Chodrow and Rabbi Israel Letter
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Alan L. Shulman, general campaign chairman address the Women's Division on
the needs of the Jewish community.
Federation staff register women at Temple Beth El prior to the
Burdines event. Pictured (left to right) Jeanne Rachles, Marcia
Segal, Miriam Mirsky and Betty Stephens.
Mr- r were o^^mS Mr-
Brenner we Burdvnf8- ftHe
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the .,D*ul9W
VVor^n
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Jewish
Federation
of
Pdlm Beach
County
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Unending The Miracle- celebrali!n^nSnT^!elleUto
right) KajnOouU. Florida Women's Division Coordinator for
National UJA, Berenice Rogers, campaign coordinator for
""tional Women s Division Palm Beach and Barbara Gold-
man, chairman of the South Palm Beach High-Rises.
Mr and Mrs. Mehm Jacobs lleftl
reception.


Mwch25,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Mi
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Page 9
Vgi the Women's Division, led by Beth Siskin (right), board special buses to
\to Burdines.
The women of South Palm Beach arrived at Burdines in a
special "Fifth-avenue style" double-decker bus.
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Barbara Shulman presents a Community Service Award to
Sally Harris, fashion coordinator for Burdines, West Palm
Beach, on behalf of the Jewish Federation's Women's Division.


Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frida
Terrorist Leader Still Free
y.
March 25
WASHINGTON It's all over. Hamaas
Abdul Khaalis is still out on his own recognizance
and without bail, but dates have been set for
court hearings into the gruesome kidnaping and
terrorism he launched last week, ending in the
death of one person, the serious wounding of
another, and the holding of more than 130
hostages.
For B'nai B'rith Headquarters here, one of the
sites the Hanafi Moslems captured, it is not over.
There is litter on the floors left-over food in the
form of half-eaten sandwiches, telephone cords
the terrorists used to bind the hostages, broken
glass strewn on floors.
AND BULLET HOLES.
And blood.
Still echoing are the shouts of anti-Semitic
epithets that the news media have steadfastly
refused to report on the Hanafi were terrorists,
but non-sectarian terrorists, they insist.
Daniel Thursz, executive' vice president of
li'nai B'rith International, estimated here that
some $250,000 in damages have been perpetrated
during the Hanafi 38-hour siege.
BERNARD SIMON, another B'nai B'rith
official, pointed to the portrait of George
Washington, beneath which is engraved his
famous statement to the Newport Synagogue in
the pre-Revolutionary era: "To bigotry no
sanction."
UJA Plans Student Mig8j0
!"$ the formal L?l
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
REFORM
C0NSERVATIVE4.IBERAL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flogler Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
833-8421
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m. Saturday services 10 a.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 Unitanan-Universalist
Fellowship Building
162 W. Palmetto Park Rd
Boca Riton
CONSERVATIVE
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISH0L0M
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 serv c es at 8:30 a.m
and 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
8330339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev I
Sabbath services Friday at 8 15
p.m.
Saturday 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 and Thursdays
at 8:30 a.m.
Friday 0^8:15 p.m.
Saturday at 9:30o.m.
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, Flo.
' 33408
845-1134
Rabbi Hyman Fithman
Cantor Nicholas Fenckel
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
N.W. Avenue "G"
Belle Glade. Florida 33430-
Jock Statemon, lay Leader
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30
p.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Alemeda Drive
Palm Springs, Florido 33460
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p.m. 1
Saturday at 9a.m.
Mondays and Thursdays at 9a.rr,
Services held at Faith United
Presbyterian Church, Palm
Springs
B'NAI T0RAH
CONGREGATION
P O. Box 2306
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
?abbi Nathon Zelizer
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p. m.
2nd and 4th Saturdays at 9:30
a m.
Meets at
Weight Watchers
1775 N.E. 5th Ave.
Boca Raton, Flo
DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
Meets at Methodist Fellowship
Hall
342N. Swinton Ave., Delray
Philip Bialer, Lay Leader
For information, call Mr. Henry
Bloom, 499-1384
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
190 North County Road
Palm Beoch, Florida 33480
832-0804
Rabbi Max I. Formon
Cantor David Dardashti |
Sabbath services, Friday at 830
p.m.
Saturday ot 9 0. m.
CONGREGATION BETH K0DESH
2515 N.E. 2nd Court
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435
Sabbath services, FridayB 15
p.m.
Saturday-9:30a.m.
Services held at St. John's
Methodist Church Social Hall
3215 N. SeacrestBlvd
Boynton Beach, Florido
For information call 732-5147
Lebanese
Christian
Donation
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Israel Voluntary Defense Fund
has received a donation of $3,000
from a Lebanese Christian
woman. She sent in a check
saying that her brother had been
treated at the "good fence" on
the Israel-Lebanon border.
The fund has also announced
the receipt of the largest single
donation, IL 300,000. It came
from Shmuel and Yocheved
Aharonowitz, the parents of
Yitzhak Aharonowitz, who was
the captain of the "Exodus," the
famed ship that sought to bring
in illegal immigrants to Palestine
in 1947.
The Aharonowitzes said their
four children are well off and they
don't need the money which was
deposited in a bank.
OR PASSOVER
for tasty
Instant
Soup
Gravy
The UJA has scheduled its
eleventh University Student
Mission to Europe and Israel for
the summer of '77. The
traditional 'classroom-without-
walls" program has been revised
to feature a more intensive tour
structure with greater op-
portunity for individual travel.
The Mission will begin with a
one-week survey of Jewish root in
Europe, giving students an
opportunity to encounter the
realities and remains of the
Holocaust-torn Jewish com-
munities. Included in the
itinerary are Warsaw, Auschwitz
and Bucharest.
The Mission will then travel to
Israel for a three-week intensive
study of the land, the people and
their traditions. Included are
visits to historic sites, to UJA-
supported absorption centers and
settlement towns, group Shabbat
experiences and meetings with
Jewish Agency, JDC and
government officials. A
maximum of 15 days independent
travel at the participant's own
expense may be added at the end
of the programmed portion of the
itinerary. The Mission will be
accompanied by National UJA
staff through July 24.
*? formal *
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March 26,1977
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
\Vjn Jewish Community Center Presents
Israel's Twenty-Ninth Bh-th-
llUv will be celebrated on May 1
lit the West Palm Beach Auditor-
l!.m Top professional entertain-
C,t will be featured to fill out a
J.V that will begin with
motorcade from all parts of the
cTuntrv.o the West PaJm Beach
Audito'riim. Surrounding the
mtunda of the Auditorium wdl be
^arlv 50 booths to be run by
participating organizations.
Games, educational materials.
objects of Jewish interest and
food will help everyone get into
the festive spirit of the day.
Jewish Organizations, who
wish to do so, may march in a
Parade of Organizations behind
their banners. Call Tamar Basky
It689-49f)6 for details.
At 2 p.m there will be a group
0f dancers, singers and
musicians. Sylvia Wolf has been
indefatigable in her quest to
obtain the best professional per-
sonalities available. Sen. Richard
Stone will speak on the United
States commitment to Israel
from the vantage point of his role
on the significant Senate Foreign
Relations Committee.
Dr. Paul Klein and Paul
Weiseneck, members of the JCC
board, are cochairmen of the
event and coordinating booths.
Booths of organizations are $25
and commercial booths are $35.
For booth details call Sue Levi at
the Jewish Community Center at
689-7700.
Ed Fine is chairman of the
Motorcade. If you wish to
participate in the motorcade you
may purchase Israeli flags for
your car at the JCC office prior to
May 1. Ed is working with our
chairman on the motorcade.
Arthur Herman is handling
things in Boynton Beach for the
southern part of the county. Mr.
Krutick, an active member of the
JCC, is out there helping
wherever he can in Delray, Boca
and all points south.
Hank Gilbert, soon to be in-
stalled JCC board member, has
undertaken the mammoth task of
turning organizations out at the
informational meetings over
!s and coffee at the JCC.
Jewish organizations who have
I thus far made contributions to
the event are: Temple Beth-El
Men's Club. West Palm Beach
ORT. National Council of Jewish
Women, Sisterhood Beth
Kodesh. Haifa Lodge 2969, Palm
Beach Hadassah, Anshei
Shalom, National Council, Free
Sons of Israel, Zionist Alliance of
Israel, Jewish Culture Group,
National Council of Jewish
Women Chapter 333. American
Jewish Congress, BESS. Many
I individuals have made con-
tributions as well. Clubs, groups,
|c., are encouraged to bring
along niceiy lettered signs with
name of their group, or other
Popular slogans such as Am
Y'snel Chai. There will be no
political speeches or politicking
j any kind at the event. For
tKkets you may wish to purchase
"i bulk or individually see Claire
the JCC office. All tickets are
I numbered and must be accounted
['or. The price is $1 donation or $5
ratron donation. All the proceeds
will be used to defray the cost of
the event. The following in-
dividuals have taken an active
|e with the development of this
[Program: Rubin Lefkowitz, Mimi
Kreisler and Barry Mandell.
"dit.on to those
nentioned.
in
already
Karen Davis, a newcomer to
* area from New York, and
r V Levitt- active partici-
*!'"*- JCC member, is working
mi.Usms,ka,1y wth their com-
\TZ U> develop the best
wsiole results with the Summer
pj;reative and Performing Arts
K?? at the JCC In addition
iW '"'"'''ties, which are all air-
IgJ't/oned. the facilities of
L^Ple Beth-El have graciously
mad" available, and t hey are
""conditioned. Rainy days
in the summer will be no problem
in this program.
Children ages 3-12 will be
enabled to express themselves
through art, crafts, needlework,
dance, music, song and drama.
Parents who want to get back to
their experiences of younger days
may apply for positions as coun-
selors. The minimum require-
ments for counselor is one year in
college, strong Jewish iden-
tification and special skills that
are within the scope of the
program for creative and per-
forming arts. Counselor
Apprentice Training is offered
now to those 13- to 15-year-olds
who wish to participate at no cost
and are JCC members.
Transportation is available to
those who require it door-to-door
at a non-profit cost. Any trans-
portation within the program is
included in the cost of $25 per
week per child. This program is
open to JCC members only. In
order to learn how you may
qualify to participate call the
JCC (689-7700) for your very own
coloring book detailing this
opportunity.
On Sunday evening, March 27,
from 5 to 9 p.m. the JCC will hold
its Annual Meeting and
Installation at the Henry Flagler
Museum in Palm Beach. Marcia
and David Chauncey have taken
leadership in the development of
the evening; there will be a
cocktail party and fabulous
Kosher buffet in the magnificent
setting of the West Room of the
museum. More than 100 guests
are expected. Evelyn Blum,
Buddy Brenner, Sam Shutzer,
Doris Ellenbogen and her
mother, Mrs. Blacker, as well as
Dr. Levitan, Dr. Sam Manalan
and many others have con-
tributed ideas, reminiscenses and
data that is being compiled by
the committee and organized by
Mrs. Blum for the highlight of
the evening, "This Is Your Life
Jewish Community of Palm
Beach."
The following people will be
honored on the occasion of this
annual meeting: Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Larner, Robert D. Rapaport and
Jeanette Sriberg, founders, as
well as Judge and Mrs. Stanley
Fuld, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Kay,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Keiser, Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin Levy, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Molat, Dr. and Mrs.
Marvin Rosenberg and Dr. and
Mrs. Richard Shugarman as
patrons; Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Burger and Dr. and Mrs. Howard
Sabarra for weekly maintenance;
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Iteld for
their donation of draperies; Dr.
and Mrs. Pierce Weinstein for
office furnishings; Tatiana for
Dye Painting and Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Weinstein for under-
writing the Widow and Widower
Workshops.
Irvin Larner, founder of the
JCC and retired president of the
St. Louis JCCA, will install the
new officers and members of the
board as follows: President Detra
Kay; Chairman of the Board
Robert D. Rapaport; Vice Presi-
dents Dr. Robert Burger, Dr.
Paul Klein and Iris Murray;
Secretary Elaine Soloway;
Treasurer Dr. Howard Sabarra;
members of the board Daniel
Bakst, Rabbi Bar-Zev, Barbara
Chane. Marcia Chauncey. Dr.
Thomas Davidoff, Henry Gilbert,
Carole Koeppel, Robert Levy.
Zelda Pincourt, Neal Robinson,
Ann Small and Jeanette Sriberg.
"Tennis Anyone?" That may
sound corny but when the corn
starts poppin' out of the machine
donated by Palm Beach Dodge to
the JCC at the JCC Palm Beach
Tennis Classic at the Tennis Club
of Palm Beach from April 11-17,
everyone is going to want to b<>
there munching. Thanks to t
vision of Alan Cun .ings
Bob Rapapr the JCC wil' a
the benefi' of all proceeds
from thi^ I olgate Grand Prix
Tournament. Tryouta will begin
April 8 and April 10 will be
packed with Pro-Am events and
special surprises. Each day will
be a no-miss day of excitement at
the Tennis Club. Nearly 100
volunteers have already begun
the preparatory work led by
President Detra Kay, who is out
combing the town for sponsors
with Iris Murray, ringing bells
for ads in the program along with
Bob and Debbie Burger, Mimi
Kreisler, Joel Levine and many
more.
Jerry Tishman is ready with
tickets and he will accept money
NOW. Dr. Paul Klein will handle
parking with a lot of help from
people reading this article and
Dr. Bob Burger will handle food
concessions. Zelda Pincourt is
Girl Friday to the event. Frankie
Schulman is organizing all Teens
who have knowledge of tennis
into the responsive ball-boys and
girls and ushers and usherettes
they will look like on PBS Tele-
vision. Those players already
signed are as follows:
Birger Andersson, Mark Andrews.
Roberto Chavez, Doug Ebenstein, Scott
Carnahan, Michael Grant, Zan Guerry,
Heinz Gunthardt, John Holladay,
Humbertus Hoyl, Hugh Hyde. Clinton
Joell, Deon Joubert, Michael King,
Randall King, Bruce Manson, Gene
Mayer, Richard Meyer. Steve Mott,
Aleiandro Hernandez, Frank Moreno,
Gene Malin, Jacek Niedzwiedski, Tim
Noonan, Jan Norback, Mark Meyers,
Jim Osborne, Jan Erik Palm, Dale
Power, Peter Pearson, R. Norbacy.
Anon Amritraj, Joel Ross, Keith
Richardson, Miguelo Rodriguez, David
Schneider, Thomas Smid, Harvey
Spiegel, Chris Sylvan, Lee Tomlinson,
Robert Wagner, Robert Van t'Hof,
Vladimir Zednik, George Amaya,
William Prinsloo, Joel Bailey, H.
Thomas Boyer, Rodnell Collins, Joe
Concialdi, Alvin Gardiner, Rejean
Genois. Francisco Gonzalez, Randy
Frase, Michael Wayman, Jerry Karien,
Octavio Martinez, Michael Reynolds,
Eliot Telscher, Boby Webb. Dave
Parker, Mike Collins, Robert Stock,
John James, Henry Bunnis, Bill
Matyastik, Juan Torralbo, Robert Viz-
caino, Fernando Gentil, Dale Ogden,
Nicholas White, Stan Smith. Bob Lutz,
Phil Dent, Brian Fairley. Butch Waltz,
Marry Reisen, Steve Dokerdy, Andre
Patison, Leto Alverez, Alan Stone,
Peter F lemming, Steve Curiavitz, Ray
Ruffles, Kim Warwick, Sid Ball, Bob
Hewitt, Bill Brown. Al Fillol, Mike
Machette, Jim Dalaney, Rex Fisher,
Terry Moore, Colan Dibley, Thomas
Smid, Eric Freidler and Mike Cahill
Iris Salzman, psychic
astrologer and mystic, who is re-i
nowned throughout South
Florida for her special skills, is
available to provide an in-
teresting evening at your home
with prospective JCC members.
Wilma and Josh Freedman
(comptroller of the JCC) hosted a
way-out affair at Rapallo South.
Zelda Pincourt had her friends at
her home, which proved to be a
great success for the JCC. Help
the JCC and help your friends
have a most unusual evening.
Call Vivian to set a date.
Ulpan is growing at the JCC.
Among those students who
endorse the program are Mary
Backrach, Sidney Kushner, Ethel
Kahn, Eli Rogers, Malcolm and
Mae Pitkin, Millie and Herman
Lipton, Matthew Plager,
Maxwell Rifkin and many others.
There are a few more places
available for a Beginners
Evening Class Wednesday, 7 to 9
p.m. and Sunday, 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. An exciting opportunity is
available to members of the com-
munity through your own
Temple. JCC will package Ulpan
and take it to your Temple, for
your convenience. If Ulpan at the
JCC is good, Ulpan at yr-jr
Temple would be easier Call
Sue Levi (689-77001 -d we will
talk it over. Ulpar unique
method of teaching .^orew Con-
versation that w. ks! If you
really mean to learn Hebrew, you
may join a class right now. We'll
let down all the barriers. Small
classes and frequent interaction
help to overcome language
difficulties.
Adults and Teenagers have
choices at the JCC. Watercolor
classes Monday evening.
Pantomime Tuesday; Revakot
md Ravakim Dance Lessons
Thursday; Photography
Thursday.
Thanks to the enthusiasm of
Marilyn and Arnold Lampert,
Mr. and Mrs. Henri Bouton,
Frankie and Ralph Schulman,
Young Judea is way out front as
the most successful Teen Club.
Their activities are supervised by
Joel Levine, Yeshiva University
student in placement at the JCC.
The Basketball Team has been
an experience in good sportsman-
ship all year. Pick up games daily
at the JCC have given a full
friendship experience to many of
the boys. Joel Levine, their coach
and organizer will be sorely
missed when he leaves the agency
on May 15 to return to Yeshiva
University. He hopes to spend
his next year of residency in
Israel. According to Dr. Lloyd
Setleis. dean of the Wurzweiler
School of Social Work of Yeshiva
University: Joel has enjoyed one
of the finest training and edu-
cational communal experiences in
the new Block placement
program. Joel has been one of 70
students in this innovative
program to train social workers
for Jewish Communal work in the
JCC's of their choice. Ask about
it at the JCC. Vivian Becker,
executive director, is an ad-
missions interviewer for the
school.
Spring Vacation Mini-Camp
will be supervised by Wayne
Karlin and Nancy Keller of the
JCC staff. Register early. Some
of the highlights wfll be a "TV
Day" tour of our local TV
station; "Ask the Coast Guard,"
"Talk to the Animals" and
"Let's Take Off," a tour of the
airport, in addition to the regular
arts and crafts program.
Teenagers are encouraged to
sign up with Wayne Karlin or
Frankie Schulman to work for the
JCC Palm Beach Tennis Classic
during Spring Vacation. Meet the
players and have a special treat
you'll never forget while you help
your JCC.
The Summer in Israel for
Teens is still on. Deposits must
be in by May 1 if you wish to go
with the JCC in Palm Beach. A
$100 deposit is required. Cost of
the entire trip is $1,200 plus $160
round-trip fare to New York.
Phil Weinstein of Levitt Mem-
orial Chapel is really proud. At a
recent Widow and Widowers
Workshop at the JCC, which Phil
has underwritten since it began,
the group decided to write their
own book. They may begin by
using the techniques of taped
interviews. JCC's around the
country are all calling and
writing to imitate the program.
This program may be the subject
of a research project of the
Florence Heller Foundation of
the National Jewish Welfare.
Widow and Widower Workshops
are held every other Sunday
evening. Call Sue Levi for dates
and time.
Classes for the last 10-week
semester are now in the process
of being registered for at the
JCC. All registration is accepted
subject to sufficient registration.
Barbara Chane, chairman, has
been sensitive to the ideas and
needs expressed by parents.
Joe and Esther Molat are
chairpersons for the JCC Chai
Club of $18 membership for
Senior Citizens. Their en-
thusiasm has grown out of en-
couragement from community
leaders like Moe Rivkin, Shirley
Fleishman, Grace Brissel and
many others. These community
leaders have something to boast
about:
The JCC Comprehensive
Senior Service Center has been
holding regular classes of interest
in the area of nutrition and
current events. By the time you
read this article the 15-passenger
vehicle purchased with the Title
III seed money given by the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County will already be serving
transit disadvantaged seniors.
The Second Tuesday of the
Month Club will host a week-long
Open House at the JCC Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center
during Passover that will cul-
minate in a fantastic card party
to benefit the JCC. Sam Rubin
and the other officers and
members of the group invite the
public and you to participate on
Tuesday, April 19 from 6:30 to 10
p.m. at McArthur's Dairy, 40 S.
Military Trail, West Palm Beach.
Donation is $1.50. Tickets are
available at the CSSC. The Open
House during Kol Hamoed will
be April 5, 6,7 and 8. The Council
of Jewish Women will host on the
afternoon of April 5, Yovel
Hadassah will host April 6 and
Labor Zionist Alliance will host
on April 7. All Seniors are invited
to come in and share with us this
holiday week from 1 to 3 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to help
in our new Senior Service Center
and in the JCC. We need recep-
tionists, typists, writers, a.lists,
discussion leaders, teachers,
hostesses, fund-raisers, etc. All
interested persons are invited to
come in and speak with Jean
Rubin or Jeanne Scher, Monday
to Friday.
The Modern Topics Group will
start their second session 11 a.m.
Friday, April 8. All seniors are
invited to attend. A Lip-Reading
Lab is being planned for adults
and families as well. Interested
people sh ild call Jean Rubin
(689-7703).
The JCC Women's League, led
by Elaine Soloway and Ellen
Weingard, will hold a Family
Seder at the JCC for families who
are members of the League. Call
Elaine at 626-6464 for details.
The Chai Club of the JCC is
available to you for $18. Support
your JCC. This is available to all
Seniors over 60 years of age.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fridy. March 25
Non-Jews Rally to
Support Synagogue
HARTFORD (JTA) A
group of non-Jews has rallied to
support a new synagogue in the
township of Norfolk which the
local Planning and Zoning Com-
mission tried to close down and
now limits the days when
religious services may be held.
The case, involving Beit
Havurah, is before the Common
Picas Court, the Connecticut
Jewish Ledger reported.
The congregation was. estab-
lished in 1975 by a group of
young Jewish professionals. It
became embroiled in a contra-
???* .W1tu neiRhl*>rs who *
jectedtotheuseoftheir1!Vb'
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denied the con^,^?^
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was "not a house of wo *
That ruling was vert2!
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A letter signed by some I
commun.ty members" C J I
them non-Jews. proU,sted
they termed "thouKhtiS
v.olat.on of Firs, Amendm
religious rights.'
Alan L. Shulman (second from left), general
campaign chairman for the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, presents
a check in the amount of $100,000 toward the
1977 UJA campaign to (left) Ze'ev Sher,
Israel's Economic Minister to the United
States and Canada; Frank R. Lautenberg,
UJA general chairman; and Gerald S.
Colburn, UJA National cash chairman.
Presentation was made during a luncheon in
New York City on March 11 at which Israel's
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, the keynote
speaker, stressed that, "Although we have
economic and social problems in Israel
today, when we look at them from a Jewish
perspective, we realize that a lot has been
achieved. If we understand what our real
strength is in our partnership then we can
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hy, March 26,1977
Because

The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 13
By STEPHEN LEVITT
A personal view from the
Executive Director of the
Jewish Family and
Children's Service
A very joyous and important event occured in
our community on March 7. The pictures adjacent
to this article tell the story. The Jewish Family
and Children's Service dedicated its new office
suite, at 2411 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm
Beach. The gathering of people to observe the
affixing of a mezuzah to the doorway, the blessing
of an office which shall in future years contribute
to the well-being of our Jewish community is an
event of significance and dedication.
And it was an event made possible by untiring
commitment to improving social services for our
community by many concerned and active people
in the Palm Beaches.
Special thanks are in order for:
The entire Gladstone family for their many
courtesies, and interest in finding the Jewish
Family and Children's Service quarters
which are both pleasant and well designed.
I.enore Walkover and Evelyn Portnoy and
Esther Levow who provided homemade
cakes, wine and decorations.
Jerome Tishman and Betty Gilbert for
photography and public relations.
Artists, Trudy Gordon and David William
Cared
STEPHEN LEVITT
Ginsburg for endowing our offices with
original paintings, and to Margot Rapaport
for her prints.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pearl for their donation
of Muzak Background Music for our offices
and waiting room.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scherer for their
donation of our doorway mezuzah.
Miss Hannah Scharff and the Helping Hands
of Century Village for the pillows they hand
made for the agency's couch.
Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Kalnitsky for the office
plants.
The family of the late Milton Schaffel, North
Miami Beach, for several lamps and tables.
Finally, a word of extra mention to Rabbi and
Mrs. Hyman Fishman fo/ their presence, their
thoughts, and spirit on this occasion.
I was joined by many of my fellow mental
health and agency professionals on this occasion
as well. Among those present were: Dr. Myles
Cooley, Community Mental Health; Bob Roth-
well, Goodwill Industries; Richard Jorandby,
District Attorney's Office; Paul Kaplan,
representative from Palm Beach County Social
Services; Michael Dougher, Catholic Charities;
Family Service and Traveler's Aid, Communty
Action Council, Alcohol Rehabilitation, Juvenile
Court, CETA, Dino Carras and staff of United
Way, West Palm Beach; Jim Husveth, United
Way of Boca Raton; and many others.
Of course, I cannot neglect our many board
members, and fellow Jewish Federation employees
who were with us as well.
It was a day of dedication and uplifting of the
mind and soul.
It was a day for the Palm Beaches to be proud
of.
The Jewish Family and Children's Service, is a
non-profit counselling agency designed to meet
the social and emotional needs of the Jewish
community; it is a recipient agency of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County.
Rabbi Hyman Fishman affixes a mezuzah to the doorway of the
new.11- & CS office in West Palm Beach.
On Monday, March 7, the Board of Directors
of the Jewish Family and Children s Service,
and representatives of a variety ofsocialand
health agencies, along with members of the
Jewish Community of the Palm Beaches
Jewish Family &
Children's Service
Dedicates
i\ew Offices
gathered at the new headquarters of the
Jewish Family and Children's Service at
2411 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm
Beach for an open house. A brief ceremony
dedicating the new office was held.
Stephen Levitt, executive director of JF &
jL*f1?d iaZf* Husveth' executive
director of United Way, Boca Raton, discuss
new funding possibilities for Jewish Services
m the Boca area. Mr. Husveth notes the
recent opening of a JF & CS office at 3200 N
tederal Highway in Boca Raton.
Tem'i an Fisnman< Heft) from Shalom Memorial Park and
IPfls lietfl Dav'd recites the traditional blessings and
\llefiQ.Kcs from Chronicles. Pictured with Rabbi Fishman are
" r>ght) Zachary Levow and Gina-Anne Levow.
Attending the recent open house at the new
Jewish Family and Children's Service
quarters are: (left to right) Stephen P.
Levitt, ACSW, executive director; Rabbi
Hyman Fishman, Linda Kalnitsky,
president ofJF & CS; Norman Schimelman
executive director of the Jewish Federation
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Friday, March 25,
The Boca Raton-South County Women's
Division held a $500 minimum luncheon at
the home of Selma Newman. The guest
speaker was Mrs. Ruth (Yosef) Tekoah, wife
of the Israel Ambassador, permanent
representative of Israel to the United
Nations.
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Pictured with Ruth Tekoah (second from
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minimum luncheon in Boca Raton are (left to
right) Charlotte Robinson, chairperson
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Newman, hostess; Florence Melton, Phyllis
Cohen and Jeanne Levy, president of
Women's Division.
Pictured above at the recent $125 minimum luncheon in Boca Raton for
the South County Women's Division, are (left to right) Charlotte
Robinson, chairperson. South County Women's Division; Robert
Kessler, assistant executive director of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County; J.P. Listick, and Sue Gesoff, hostess.
Jewish
Federation
of
Palm Beach
County
On March 7, the South County Women s Division held a $125 minimum
luncheon on behalf of the Jewish Federation's 1977 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign, at the Home of Sue
Gesoff, of Boca Raton. David Adler, director of the Young Leadership
Cabinet for the United Jewish Appeal, was the guest speaker.


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federation Pre-Schoolers
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Community Pre-
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,.^v twins Dit and Kit
ran to their mom to show
iir King Ahasuerus Punm
;urnes.
ordan Werner was content to
,onhis teacher's lap listening
L strains of'Hamans Hat
"ZumGaliGali."
barent Judy Ravitz en-
ained with her accordian as
Idren parents and friends
Ued into the large Pavilion.
tuests and children seated
n9e|ves in a circle. Teacher,
. Pederson was alert with
pier and tape to repair the torn
of Joshua Weingard,
Mazer and Lori Wein-
stein. Masks were mended and
school director, Phyllis Morgan
assisted by teachers Liz
Galloway and Lisa Rubin,
directed the retelling of the
Purim Storv:
"Who wore a three cornered
hat?" the children were asked.
'Haman!" they answered
loudly before stamping their feet.
"What do we eat on Purim that
has three corners?" asked Mrs.
Morgan.
"Hamantachen. .and we
made the dough this morning,"
informed some of the three year
olds.
The two-, three-, four- and five-
year-old children excitedly
completed their program with
song and shared their still warm
Hamantachen with their
teachers, parents and community
friends.
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