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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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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University of Florida
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OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
mi conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Friday, April 8, 1977
Frtd K. Shochtt- Friday, April!,if" Price25 cents
Announcement to
le Community
Nominating Committee of the Jewish Federation of
Lch County informs and advises that the following slate
Hates for officers and board directors was submitted at
Gar March meeting of the board, and will be presented
on at the Annual Meeting on May 25, 1977.
OFFICERS
president .....................Stanley Brenner
[ice President............Rabbi Hyman Fishman
[ice President..................Dr. Howard Kay
[ice President..................Kenneth Scherer
[ice President............Dr. Richard Shugarman
lice President Dr. Stanley Stark
Measurer ......................Staci Lesser
tcretary ........Brure Daniels
BOARD MEMBERS
3-year terms ending June, 1980
lee Kngelstein Barbra Lifshitz
t>l)crt (lesoff Dr. Emanuel Newmark
jrge (iolden Betty Stone
ktra Kay NateTanen
I Paul Klein Max Tochner
Irwinl^evy Morton Weiss
allowing are members of the board of directors whose
not expired and who will not be up for election at this
Louis Harrish Carol Roberts
Abe Hisgaier Dr. Hyman J. Roberts
Morton Gilbert Neil Robinson
llt-nry(irossman Dean Rosenbach
I Charles Jacobson Benjamin Kothberg
Ronald Kaplan Barbara Shulman
loel Koeppel l.ouis Silbei
leanne Levy Barbara Tanen
[Koliert S. Levy Or, Dennis.I Tartakow
[HoIhtI E. List Jerome II. Tishman
ll'.iul Pariest Koliert Weiner
[KoUrl Rapaport
pdance with the By-Laws, additional nominations
niiud in writing by any member of the Federation
h April 15, provided rny such written nominations
lorsed by at least twenty-five (25) members of (he
it fully submitted for the Nominating Committee
ses Jacobson, chairman
Charles Kaplan Neal Robinson
Joel Koeppel Ixiuis Silber
Jeanne I-evy Barbara Tanen
llirdie I'armet Jerome Tishman

p B. Brenner, president of the Jewish
ftion of Palm Beach County, presents a
to Detra Kay, president of the Jewish
tunity Center, for the purchase of a mini-
r>r use by the JCC Comprehensive Senior
N Center in conjunction with the Gulf
^ A rea- Wide Council on the Aging.
Men's Division Telethon to Begin
The final stage of the
Jewish Federation's 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
campaign will be a Men's
Division Telethon which will
be held for two consecutive
weeks beginning April 11.
Volunteers will be manning
the telephones at the
Federation office, in order to
contact those members of the
community who have not
made their 1977 campaign
pledge.
Telethon calls will be made
Monday through Thursday,
between the hours of 7 and
9:30 p. m., the weeks of April
11 and April 18. Volunteers
are needed to help with the
telephone effort. For in-
formation on how you can
help, contact the Jewish
Federation office at 689-
5900.
and. .
Federation officers urge
you to be generous when a
Telethon volunteer calls. The
quality of Jewish life and the
survival of Israel are at
stake.
How Your Increased Contribution To
Federation's CJA-IEF 1977 Campaign Helps
Inflation in Israel and throughout the world is no respecter of human needs.
Costs of Jewish Agency programs for Immigrants in Israel and of JDC programs
for remnant Jewish communities elsewhere have risen from 6 to 28 percent over
last year. Your increased gift this year will reflect your growing understanding,
compassion and sense of oneness with your fellow Jews.
A Gift of Provides
$36
One month's supplementary income for an
aged immigrant in Israel.
SWjOl a three-month subsistence graptupon arriva'
in Israelfor 10 new immigrant families.
Si 200 nelPm6 them through the difficult transition
<9l,LW period.
m
$55
Hot lunch for a full year for a child in a JDC
' Day Care Center in Morocco.
$85
One month's support for a child in a JDC kin-
dergarten in an Eastern European country.
ii-tnlt Six months of maintenance and hospitalization
in a private institution for a mentally ill immi-
SIJmM) Brant requiring intensive care.
$4,000
A loan enabling a new immigrant to establish
his own business or workshop in an Israeli
development town.
\infr Basic equipment and furnishings for a student jP&UUu
in a Youth Aliyah facility in Israel.
$165 $5,600
The retraining and absorption of one immi-
grant physician by a hospital or public institu-
tion in Israel.
ClT^ A one-year allocation to a pre-kindergarten for )Q^JuU
*" a child in Israel. #taa
$200 $6,700
Payment for Transit Center servicesinclud-
ing room and board, counselling and medical
carefor 100 new immigrants en route to
Israel.
WAff Basic household equipmentincluding furni- JoflJuU
?*,uu ture and utens'lsfor an immigrant family
$250 *" in Iwael. $9,000
A four-year allocation to an Israeli university
for an immigrant student.
iMfT Payment for documentation expensesexit JlO^tJU
visas, passports, releases and travel papers ,
$375 for one new lmm'Briln, ,o Israel |1Z,UUU
Grants to a kibbutz for the absorption of eight
new immigrant families, including classes in
Hebrew language, seminars and cultural
activities.
tSAfr One years full tuition for a high school senior Jh^tjUl)
?""" ,r. Israel, enabling him to complete his studies # _
$640 a"d 8radua,e' 513,600
Transportation to Israel for four Soviet Jewish
families and their belongings.
IJfWf A ye.ir's living expenses for an immigrant uni- J^OUU
?,uw versitv student, giving him the opportunity to
$850 cnnuemss,ud,es wMHH)
The construction of a new apartment for.an
immigrant family in Israel.
$85tf
$925
One year of care and lodging for an elder ly
immigrant in a Jewish Agency-supported
home for the aged.
The immigration and absorption into Israeli
societyincluding all services involvedfor
one Jewish family from the Soviet Union.
^Passoi/e/t Q/teettngs


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The Jewish PbHdldnof Patm Beach County
Priday;Apri]f.s
United Synagogue Presidents,
Directors to Convene Council
Dr. Alan Marcovitz, chairman
of the Southern Presidents and)
Directors Council of the South-
east Region, United Synagogue
of America, announces that the
next Council meeting will be held
at Temple Beth Israel, Fort
Lauderdale, on Sunday, April 17.
Henry Sender, Southeast
regional president from Nash-
ville, Tenn., will be the featured
guest at the meeting. He will
report on the meetings which he
attended in the Central, North-
east, Northern and Northwest
Presidents Councils and Di-
rectors meetings of the region in
the last two months. In addition,
he will share with the leaders ol
Newspaper
Deadline
All copy from organizations
and individuals must be
submitted to the Federation
Office no later than 12 days
(Monday) prior to publication
(every other Friday).
Articles of current events
and activities should be 150
words or less, typewritten,
double-spaced with pictures
clearly and properly identified,
together with the name of the
person submitting the story,
address, phone number and
name of organization.
Photos should be 5"x 7",
black-and-white glossy, and of
good quality. Charges will be
made for photo engravings.
The paper reserves the right
to edit.
Editor
Mail material to:
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c /o Jewish Federation
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the Conservative Movement ol
South Florida, the latest
developments of the United
Synagogue, both nationally and
internationally as a result of his
attendance at the quarterly
Board of Directors meeting in
New York and his participation
in the World Council ol
Synagogues.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
executive director of the South-
east Region, will make a pre-
sentation on "Expanding Synar
gogue Programming" which
deals with meeting the needs ol
the congregational family in the
activities conducted by affiliated
congregations.
The Southern Presidents'
Council is composed of: Beth
David Congregation, Miami,
Stevan S. Simon, president;
Temple Or Olom, Miami, Ted
Sloan, president; Temple Zion,
Miami, Max P^awliger, president;
Temple Emanu-El, Miami
Beach, Judge Fred Barad,
president; Temple Samu-El,
Miami, Marvin D. Baida,
president; Temple Menorah,
Miami Beach, Paul Kasden,
president; Temple Ner Tamid,
Miami Beach, Louis Suchman,
president; Temple Beth Moshe,
North Miami, Herbert S.
Lelchuk, president; Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael, North
Miami .Beach, Emanuel Brown,
president; Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach,
Hyman Katz, president; Temple
Sinai, Hollywood, Joseph
Kleiman, president; Temple Beth
Israel, Fort Lauderdale, Ronald
Mishkin, president; Temple
Sholom, Pompano, Irene
Reidich, president; Temple in -
the Pines, Pembroke Pines,
Samuel Pomeranz, president;
B'nai Torah Congregation, Boca
Raton, Alan Marcovitz,
president: Temple Beth El, West
Palm Beach. Mrs. Pierce Wein-
stein, president; Congregation
Kinnereth, Miami Lakes, Dr.
Mark Gordon, president.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pe3
^Update
Interpreting the Arab Peace Offensive
B)
. HFNRY GROSSMAN and
Sirs DANIELS. Cochlnnen
Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
14's fa it? Face what? HLW
Twe hope for peace in the
Jyie East if the Arabs don t
tut peace!
To the industrial West, Sadat
L this is the year that can give
3 Middle East the peace that
world has been hoping for. To
PLN (conglomerate Palestine
Mb conference, including
Lfat et all. Sadat says all Arab
ritorv must be returned by
SJ The PLN and Sadat
luferstand this to mean not only
occupied territory," but all
Palestine (Israel). Is the
auction of the state of Israel a
toward peace? By their
-finition. yes. While the Arab
lutes need help and arms from
> West, they will continue to
jak peace internationally and
^struction of Israel internally.
There is a three-stage plan in
iis so-called peace offensive:
1) At the conference table
(UN or elsewhere), in return
for guarantees (?) of non-
belligerency or end of war
status, Israel is to return to
the 1948 borders, secure in
the knowledge that the Arab
states have promised not to
attack.
2) Development of a
Palestinian Arab state in the
"occupied territories" and
parts of other Arab lands.
3) Amalgamation of Israel
with this Palestinian Arab
state in a "secular,
democratic country."
Obviously the third step will
see the application to the Jewish
residents of this "secular"
country the same murderous,
repressive measures which the
PLO attempted to furnish the
Christian community in the only
democratic Arab state, Lebanon.
Where is freedom, culture,
democracy and respect for civil
liberties in Lebanon now? The
same treatment will be in store
for Israel's Jewish population
and those Israeli Arabs who have
found a new and better life.
This, then, is the direction for
the Arab "Peace Offensive." The
Arabs DON'T WANT PEACE.
They want to put Israel out of
business, permanently! Of course
they'd rather accomplish this
modern holocaust in a "peaceful"
way; but they are ready to make
war at any time for the same
"peaceful" purpose. Unless this
becomes clear, not only to Jews,
but to the entire Western world,
these one-side-of-the-mouth
Arab peace speeches will con-
tinue to befuddle the issue. The
real issue is, was and will be the
acceptance by the Arabs of
Israels right to exist. When this
comes about, peace will be
inevitable.
A true peace means nor-
malized, friendly relations
between Israel and the Arabs.
This includes free trade, cultural
and scientific interchange,
athletic and educational
cooperation, medical exchange
and all the other attributes of
friendship among nations.
Israeli Georgian Dancers
To Perform at Auditorium
A unique dance attraction will
be coming to West Palm Beach
for the first time this April 21,
when the 50 members of the
Georgian Dancers of Israel
appear at the West Palm Beach
Auditorium at 8:30 p.m.
The company consists of
professional dancers and singers
who performed with major
troupes in the Soviet Union
before immigrating to Israel over
the last five years. The Georgian
Dancers will be appearing under
the patronage of the Israeli
Ministry of Education and
Culture. Their first United States
tour will include appearances in
17 cities.
The Georgian Dancers of Israel
are bringing a lively and varied
program which will include many
favorite Soviet Georgian dances,
the Georgian wedding dance, as
well as the first professionally
rendered Hassidic Georgian
dance ever seen in the United
States. They will also perform a
medley of Israeli folk dances, and
a selection of dances from other
areas of the Soviet Union.
The company, under the
direction of Ilia Namtalashvili,
will also perform gypsy and
Georgian folk songs. Featured
singers are Elia Mazkeplashvili
and Israella Krivoshei.
For ticket information contact
the West Palm Beach
Auditorium.
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\Pogrom Atmosphere Emerging in USSR
By MICHAEL SCHNEIDER
Today a pogrom atmosphere is
(ginning to surface in the Soviet
Union. In .January an anti-
niiic television program,
Traders of Souls" was shown,
I was repeated one month later
iv "popular demand." In the
March 4 issue of hfestia there
Appeared two items: a letter by S.
I.apavsky and an article titled
lit Spies end "Human
fights.'' The Soviet government
leems to ha\ e redirected its cam-
ign from anti-Zionism to anti-
Semitism
The effeet of this campaign can
seen in the reaction of the
nvut Jews. In a letter, signed
tv 250 Russian .lows, it was
ated: "We appeal to you at one
the most dramatic moments.
naps one of the major turning
oints in the history of the Jews
i Russia During the last few
onths, we have seen an
calatinn in the growing stream
harassments against Jews:
atings in the woods outside
I06cow, mass arrests for 15
kvs intimidation in all
Dvincial towns, the trial and
prtence to three years of Amner
ivurov the case in
iparation against Dr. Naum
lansky, and now the mon-
(trous accusations in the columns
If the newspaper Izvestia."
I "TODAY, it is an accusation of
Bring and treason in the
newspaper. From there, it is not
far to a dreadful trial. Already,
all around us, we can hear the
echoes and murmurs of this anti-
Jewish feeling in the streets, the
shops, the buses, the metro, the
schools where our children are
pupils. Yesterday, it was only the
refuseniks (Jews who applied to
leave Russia, but were refused!
under threat. Today, it is every
Jew in the Soviet Union who is a
potential victim for sacrifice."
Actions are being taken
against individual Jews.
Vladimir Slepaks apartment was
razed by "drunken workers" it
is now unlivable. Jews in all
sections of the country are being
arrested: Moscow. Vilnius and
U/.lieristan. In the provinces, it is
worse.
All over Russia Jews are being
called in by the KGB. For
example. Karkov Jews were
called into the office of the KGB
and the Communist Party offices
and were told. "In a few days we
will cut off their heads in
Moscow: then here (Karkov) but
no one will know of it. Later this
week, Sharansky and I*erner (two
well known Jewish activists) will
find themselves in court."
ON MARCH 2 Victor Lander
was given permission to leave the
USSR for Israel. On March 4, the
same day as the letter and article
appeared in hvestia, they were
told that they could not go.
Later this month, Anatoly
Sharansky, a man separated
from his wife by the Russians,
was arrested.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday
Editorial
Passover and its Meaning j
Apart from meticulous home preparations for the'
holiday, the observance of Passover begins Saturday
evening at sundown with the first Seder. This is one of the
most beautiful festivals in the Jewish calendar. In ad-
dition to incorporating ceremonial symbols more freely
than perhaps any other holiday throughout the year,
Passover also heralds mankind's greatest aspiration
freedom.
Most awe-inspiring about Passover is its antiquity.
The Haggadah tells the tale of the exodus from Egyptian
slavery, a period in Jewish history even preceding Israel's
acceptance of the Law from God through Moses on Mount
Sinai.
Thus, the holiday identifies us with a Jewish people
still fresh in their mystical awareness already cognizant
of their unique role, even if not yet of their transcendent
spiritual future.
The Joy in Deliverance
The generations of Passovers following this era of our
history are written among the bloody pages of human
experience, where the Jews shone as a beacon of moral
integrity and ethical value at the same time that their
neighbors concentrated on physical worldliness.
Perhaps it is this distinction between the Jews
beliefs and those of his neighbors that set him apart in
their eyes and that solidified centuries of Jewish history in
a kind of suffering unparalleled elsewhere.
So that for the Jew, Passover and the story of the
exodus in the Haggadah became a spiritual haven to be
revelled in a method by which, in his travail, he could
reexperience ancient Israel's joy in deliverance from
bondage.
A Tale Endlessly Told
In our own time, the significance of Passover has
been heightened by the reemergence of the State of Israel
after some 2,(HX) Passovers spent in exile. But, as before, it
is apparently not destined for us to feel comfortable in a
materially-oriented world.
Pressed against the wall of extinction by hostile
neighbors, Israels doughty little people once again
Struggle for survival for freedom and durable
deliverance as they did in the Haggadic days.
Thus, as Jews throughout the world Saturday
evening, for still another time in the passing generations,
recount the story of the exodus from Egypt, we will turn
our eyes and hearts to the same Egypt if a new
Pharaoh, his heart presumably softened as was Pharaoh's
at the instant of Israel's deliverance, but ready to hear
harden at a moment's notice.
Our Answered Prayer
When will Israel's most recently-acquired freedom
emerge unchallenged by the peoples of the world? By
Arab? By Russian? Even by those who presume to be our
friends but work for Israel's suicide by degree? That, only
future history can recount.
But the prayer offered up by Jews everywhere will
surely implore that it emerge now and forever.
THE
Jewish Floridian
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
Combining "OUR VOICE and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
In conjunction with Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County. Inc.
Combined Jewish Appeal
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Director, Norman Schimelman, Assistant Executive Director, Robert Kessler
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Friday, April 8. 1977
Volume 3
20NISAN5737
Number 7
Day an
Declines
to Run
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Former Defense
Minister Moshe Dsyan an-
nounced here that he will
not stand for reelection to
the Knesset on the Labor
Alignment ticket May 17.
He did not say whether
he would seek a Knesset
seat as an Independent
candidate or head of a new
list, or if he would join the
Likud opposition.
Dayan did not say that
he would leave the Labor
Party, of which he has been
a member for 20 years, but
his refusal to run as an
Alignment candidate
reflected the schism that
has developed within the
party on foreign policy
issues, specifically the
future of the West Bank.
OVER THE weekend, Dayan
delivered what some labor leaders
viewed as an ultimatum to
reverse a controversial election
platform plan that said Israel
was ready to negotiate territorial
concessions in "all sectors" in
return for a full peace settlement.
Dayan demanded that Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin
reconfirm a Labor Party pledge
dating from the administration of
former Prime Minister Golda
Meir that a national referendum
would be held before the govern-
ment agreed to any M (1 lament
that involved territorial con-
cessions on the WfJBt Bank.
He said thai otherwise he could
not support (he Labor platform.
Hahin promptly rejected
Dayan's demands. "The issue
was not included in the party's
platform for the outgoing
Knesset, and Dayan did not
suggest that it be included in the
platform for the new Knesset,"
the Prime Minister said.
HE SAID his government has
not reversed the national referen-
dum pledge and "thus the
subject remains open."
He said it may have to be dis-
cussed by the appropriate party
bodies, "but not in the shadow of
an ultimatum."
Rabin made his remarks after a
meeting with Labor Party Sec-
retary General Meir Zarmi. Both
agreed that Dayan should be
included in the Labor Alignment
Knesset list.
Dayan's withdrawal
foreshadows the crucial debate
that might occur within Labor
and in the nation as a whole when
the "moment of truth" arrives for
a decision on the future of the
West Bank.
The platform plank opening
"all sectors" u> negotiations was
inserted at the insistence of
Mapam which threatened to
break with the Labor Alignment
on that issue.
DAYAN LED the bitter
opposition to it at the Labor
Party convention last month and
was defeated by only a few dozen
votes.
Some observers said he might
try to revive the issue at the
Labor Party Central Committee
meeting in a final test of his
strength within the party. Should
he fail, Dayan will probably quit
the party, the observers said.
Community Calemli^
APRIL 8 "**
Hadassah Bat Gurion Board
APRIL 9
SEVENTH DAY OF PASSOVER
Temple Israel Young Adults
APRIL 10
EIGHTH DAY OF PASSOVER
Temple Beth El Concert
APRIL 11
JEWISH FEDERATION -TELE-THON
Women's American ORT -
Palm Beach Board
United Order True Sisters -
Regular and Board
B'nai B'rith Women Boynton
Women's American ORT -
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Women's American ORT -
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Jewish Family & Children's
Service Executive
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APRIL 12
JEWISH FEDERATION -TELE-THON
B'nai B'rith Lodge 2939
B'nai B'rith Women -
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B'nai B'rith Women -
Masada Board
B'nai B'rith Women -
Tzedakah Board
B'nai B'rith Women Menorah
APRIL 13
JEWISH FEDERATION -TELE-THON
Temple Beth El Sisterhood -
Torah Luncheon
Jewish War Veterans Board
Pioneer Women Golda Meir
JEWISH FEDERATION EXECUTIVE
Temple Beth David
Sisterhood Board
APRIL 14
JEWISH FEDERATION -TELE-THON
Hadassah Shalom Board
Hadassah Aliya Board
Hadassah Yovel Board
American Jewish Congress
Temple Beth Sholom Board
American-Israeli Lighthouse
Hadassah Golda Meir Board
APRIL 15
JEWISH FEDERATION PRE-SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE & REGISTRATION
APRIL 16
Women's American ORT -
North Palm Beach
JEWISH FEDERATION -
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
APRIL 17
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club
B'nai B'rith Men and B'nai B'rith
Women Fund-Raising
APRIL 18
Hadassah Shalom
Temple Israel Sisterhood
City of Hope
Jewish Family & Children's
Service Board
APRIL 19
Temple Beth David Board
Temple Beth El Executive Board
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
City of Hope Board
Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood
B'nai B'rith Women-
Menorah Board
Jewish Community Center-
President's Council
April 20
Labor Zionist Alliance
National Council Jewish
Women Board
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION BOARD
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Board
APRIL 21
National Council Jewish Women -
Okeechobee Unit
Women American ORT-
Region Board
Hadassah Aliya
Hadassah Yovel
JEWISH FEDERATION TELE-THON
Hadassah Bat Gurion
Hadassah Rishona
Hadassah Golda Meir
Women's American ORT -
Evening Board
Israel Bonds Israel Independence
Celebration
Georgian Dancers of Israel -
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Lby, Aprils, ln_
The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
On Tracking Down
Latin Terrorists
Education Commission to Meet April 18
WASHINGTON Last
September, the former Chilean
'Foreign Minister, Orlando
atelier, was blown up as he was
driving down Embassy Row here.
A co-worker, Ronni Moffit, also
died in the blast. The lone sur-
vivor of the tragedy. Ronni's
husband, Mike Moffit,
telephoned our office afterward in
anguish. We promised to help
him try to track down the killers.
We now have a list of 10 key
suspects. We're not ready to
I name them, because we don't
have the final proof. But we have
a pretty good idea of what
[ happened.
WE ARE convinced that the
| real culprits are the military
dictators of Chile. They have
used their dreaded secret police,
known by the whispered name
DINA, to hound leaders in exile
abroad. The military junta was
particularly upset with Letelier
because he had maneuvered
behind the scenes to block a
I Dutch loan to Chile.
According to our sources,
I DINA contacted one of the
veterans of the Bay of Pigs, an
officer of Brigade 2506. This was
the unit that the CIA carefully
| trained in demolition techniques.
Allied with the brigade was a
special unit called Commandos L.
I One member had fought in the
[Congo with the Cuban fighters.
Another had worked for a
mobster in Havana. Another was
i chemist, with a talent for
rigging explosives. The CIA
trained them to be terrorists.
THIS WAS the killer squad.
we believe, that planted the bomb
under the driver's seat of
I Letelier's car.
But there's more to the story.
I In January, some of them were
I hauled before a secret grand jury.
I Suddenly, they received a stark
warning on Jan. 7 to keep their
mouths shut. At least that's our
| interpretation of the incident.
For on Jan. 7, Juan Jose
iPeruyero. a Hay of Pigs veteran.
was gunned down gangland-style
in front of his Miami home. We
believe the execution was a
warning to anyone who might be
tempted to talk about the
lUtelier assassination.
We don't know whether the
I case will ever be cracked. We've
done our l>est to keep our promise
to Mike Moffit. Letelier's widow,
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meanwhile, has seen Attorney
General Griffin Bell, and
reminded him quietly that her
husband was killed six months
ago while he was under the
protection of the United States.
BUT COLLEAGUES looked
on Morse's opposition as a quaint
idiosyncracy. And the festivities
between roll calls went happily
on. unhindered by the Senate and
unreported by the press.
Other rooms are dedicated to
the further comfort and con-
venience of our legislators. There
are steam baths to help senators
recover from the rigors of law-
making. There are also two
swimming pools where they can
cavort in the nude to soothe tired
muscles. And on the House side,
congressmen enjoy similar
privileges in their own cloistered
surroundings.
Morton Goodman, chairman of
the Southern Council, Com-
mission on Jewish Education,
announces that the next Com-
mission meeting will be held
Monday evening, April 18 at
Beth Torah Congregation in
North Miami Beach.
Abraham Gittelson, associate
director. Central Agency for
Jewish Education will speak on
"Developing Effective Teachers
for the Afternoon Religious
School."
Gittelson, former director of
the Southeast Region, United
Synagogue of America, has been
involved in teacher training in
South Florida and throughout
the country for many years.
In addition, the Commission is
instituting an "Idea and Pro-
gram Exchange." Commission
members are being asked to bring
copies of programs, flyers, cir-
culars and other materials which
would be of benefit to other
congregations.
ANOTHER ITEM on the
agenda will be the progress of the
member synagogues imple-
menting the five-year, three-day,
six-hour-week standard for the
afternoon religious school of the
United Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
executive director of the South-
east Region indicates that the
Commission members are:
Temple Ner Tamid, Emanuel
Feder and Morton Goodman;
Temple Or Olom, Linda Hornik
Temple Menorah, Dr. Mortor
Korn and Bryna Berman; Temple
Sinai, Marlene Lusskin, Roslyn
Z. Seidel and Phyllis Kraemer;
B'nai Raphael, Goldy Lowy and
Marlene Richter; Temple Beth
El, Ronald Viner and Moshe
Stern; Temple Beth Moshe,
Lorraine Kaiser, Jules Einhorr.
and Sonva Rapee; Beth David
Congregation, Paul Papier and
Shlomo Shechter; B'nai Torah
Congregation, Dr. Frederick
Hoffman and Diane Marcovitz;
Temple in the Pines, Lynn
Garfinkle; Temple Samu-EI. Dr.
Jack Brenner, Rabbi Edwin
Farber and Dr. Stephen Fain;
Beth Torah Congregation,
Eugene Lipman and Rabbi
Norman Mussman; Temple Zion,
Dr. Lloyd Wruble and Herzl W.
Honor; Temple Emanu-El, Dr.
Amir Baron and Lawrence
Schantz; Beth Israel, Miriam
Schmerler; Temple Sholom,
Rabbi Morris Skop and Channa
Tribble; Congregation Kin-
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devoted to discussion of themei and issues relevant to Jewish IKe post and present
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Passover's Freedom Theme Takes on New Dimensions
By Rabbi Norman T. Mendel
Temple Beth El, Boca Raton
April marks the month of
Passover for the Jewish world.
The Passover season of freedom
is both timeless and timely. The
story in the Book of Exodus of
the Jews moving from slavery in
Egypt towards freedom in the
land of their destiny,
foreshadowed the diaspora and
scattering of our people through
countless generations and in-
numerable countries.
On the contemporary scene,
however, Passover's theme of
freedom takes on new dimen-
sions. While we continue to be
concerned with the freedom of
our fellow Jews and the freedom
of oppressed individuals
everywhere, today the Jewish
community can also consider the
theme of mental freedom as part
of the Passover leitmotif. For
while many of us are physically
free, others still remain mentally
and emotionally enslaved.
Passover reminds us that we
should balance our desire for
freedom with our sense of
responsibility. It is an
equilibrium, a balancing act
analagous in our history to that
of "a fiddler on the roof."
MANY OF our young people
today wish for freedom to "do
their own thing" not recognizing
that freedom not blended subtley
with responsibility is in reality no
freedom at all.
Each of the foods on the
Passover Seder's table is sym-
bolic. The egg reminds us that
life is only meaningful when man
feels emotionally and mentally
free. The greenery, symbolic of
'My Hebrew Roots: Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob'
By Dr. Max A. Lipschitz
Rabbi. Beth Torah Congregation
Alex Haley's Roots and the
ensuing television series gave rise
to a movement in which in-
dividuals and families are begin-
ning to examine their historical
geneology and family lineage.
The best term in our tradition
for it is what we call Yuchsin or
Yichus. The divisions of our
nation into three distinct origins,
namely:
Kohen Priesthood
Levi Levitical
Yisrael Israelites
have been transmitted from
generation to generation since
Biblical times. Most Kohenim
and Levites are certainly aware of
their Priestly and Levitical roots,
as are Israelites.
Some families have even traced
their Yichus to eminent Rabbis,
scholars, and community leaders.
There are numerous Hassidic
Rabbeim who claim that they are
descendants of the Baal Shem
Tov, the founder of Hassidim.
ALAN Singer, whose article
was published recently, traces his
maternal lineage to the famous
Chief Rabbi of Prague Rav
Yom Tov Lipman Heller.
? ?Question Box? ?
By Rabbi Samuel J. Fox
Question: Why does Jewish
tradition require everyone to
wash his hands upon arising in
the morning?
Answer: At least four reasons
are advanced in different parts of
rabbinic literature.
One is based upon the mystical
concept that some sort of evil
spirit hovers over a person while
he is asleep at night (Shabbos
109a). This has sometimes been
interpreted to mean that when
the human being is asleep his
positive qualities are inactive.
The process of going from a state
of sleep to a state of being awake
is going from inactivity, which is
comparatively negative in
character, to a state of active
existence which is comparatively
positive in character. Washing
one's hands cleanses him from
the negative state and readies
him to assume the positive.
Rabbi Solomon ibn Adereth
(Rashba, Response 191) claims
that the individual is required to
wash his hands in the morning
because he is to consider himself
like the priest in the temple of old
who had to wash his hands before
doing the holy sacrificial duties in
the sanctuary.
Life is the sanctuary of man
and awakening from one's sleep
is like entering the sanctuary of
life. The activities there (in the
sanctuary of life) constitute sac-
rificial acts to the Almighty.
Rising to a higher and more
exalted degree of holiness thus
requires washing of the hands.
Zohar (Bereshith 12:3) ex-
plains the requirement of
washing the hands in the mor-
ning by indicating that sleep is a
miniature form of death while
awakening is a return to life.
Those who have come into
contact with death are required
to wash their hands for spiritual
renewal, because water is the
medium of both a new born life
and creation.
Rabenu Asher (The R'osh-
Kerakoth 60) explains the
requirement to wash one's hands
in the morning on the grounds
that during sleep hands may
touch various parts of the body
or objects that are possibly
unclean spiritually since man was
unable to guard and control
them. This obviously indicates
that the wakened state of man
requires control and guarded
behavior, while the state of sleep
removes man's control over
himself. Passing from an uncon-
trolled passive state to an active
state of regulation life thus
requires washing of the hands.
CANDLELIGHTING
TV Highlights
"Moaatc" a seasonal public- service program in cooperation
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County. Shown Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Hosts: Barbara Shulman and Steve Gordon.
April 10: Rina Messinger: Miss Universe 1976, Miss Israel 1976
April 17: Dr. Samuel Portnoy
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If I were asked to trace my
Hebrew roots, I would respond
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, of
course, our Patriarchs and our
Matriarchs, the Tribes of Israel,
Moses, Joshua, the Prophets,
etc., etc.
Our roots are recorded in an
authentic and Divine source.
Every hero of an important event
in Jewish history was my an-
cestor.
AS A matter of fact, / was
there.
This is the meaning of the
phrase in the Haggadah, B'chol
I)or V'Dor Chayav Adam, etc.
in every generation, one must
look upon himself as though he
was actually liberated from
Egypt. Spiritually, his roots and
his history are so deep that one
must almost feel that a part of
him his psyche, his Jewish
identity, consciousness, religious
sensitivity they were all there.
They were there at Sinai, when
the Torah was revealed. They
were there at the Sea of Reeds.
THIS IS why the Seder should
dramatize and reenact the events
leading up to the Exodus, as well
as the events following it. The
salient objective of the Haggadah
is to arouse a profounder ap-
preciation of our Hebrew roots.
How sad, therefore, that the
Seder is permitted to "Passover"
with nothing more than a few
prayers, the eating of matzoh
balls, and some family jokes.
This, generally, reflects the total
lack of appreciation of so many of
our co-religionists for our rich
and profound heritage yes
our roots.
Khalil Gibran, a great
Lebanese poet, once said: "I was
never so mute as when I was
walking in the streets and
someone asked me, "who are
you?' "
PASSOVER. therefore,
reminds us to study our past to
discover who we are that we
are descendants of the greatest
minds and spiritual hearts of all.
time.
Unlike Alex Haley, we don't
have to research the libraries of
the world, but rather just pick up
the Bible, and a good Jewish
history book and find our
Shorashim, our roots, deeply
embedded in thousands of men
and women who have bequeathed
the most precious legacy in the
entire panorama of world history
the Torah whose roots, in
turn, stem from the Creator.
May we so live today, not as
mere descendants but creative
ancestors so that future
generations will be proud to trace
their roots and heritage to us.
rebirth and regeneration,
reminds us that at any age and
time we may attain that sense of
mental freedom if only we allow
ourselves to be free in spirit,
heart and mind.
Passover is indeed a
remarkable festival. It reminds
us of our past and urges us to
consider our present. It points us
to the new and glorious future.
This Passover may WP khJ
beyond the theni Jtfl
traditional to the holiday \
consider the theme of mental SI
emotional freedom blended S\
responsibility in order tosusii
ourselves and make our hm
worthwhile. Ives
FROM ALL of us to all of you
a most joyous and meaningful
Passover Season.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
REFORM
CONSERVATIVE HBfiiT
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida 33407
8338421
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 Unitarian-Universahst
Fellowship Building
162 W Palmetto Park Rd
Boca Raton
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISH0L0M
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach, Flor.da 33409
684-3212
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Rabbi Emeritus Henry Jerech
Daily services at 830 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 a es at 8:30 o. m.,
and 5:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Dr.ve
West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
833 0339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
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
31 5 North "A" Street
Lake Worth, Florida 33460
585 5020
Robbi Emanuei tisenberg
Services, Mondays and Thursdays
at 8:30 a m.
Friday at 8 15p m
Saturday at 9 30 a m.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabbath service*, Friday at 8 p m
At Westminister
Presbyterian Church
10410 N Military Trail, Palm
Beach Gardens 321 Northloke
Blvd North Polm Beoch, Flo
33408
845-1134
Rabbi Hymon Fishmon
Cantor Nicholas Fenokel
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
N W Avenue "G"
Belle Glode, Flor.da 33430
Jack Stoteman, lay leader
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Alemedo Drive
Palm Springs Florida 33460
Sabbath services Friday oi B
p m
Saturday at 9am
Mondoys and Thursdays at 9a m
Services held a' Faith United
Presbyterian Church, Palm
Springs
B'NAI TORAH
CONGREGATION
P O Box 2306
Boca Raton. Florida 33432
Rabbi Nathan Zeluer
Sabbath services Fndoy ot 8 15
p m
2nd and 4th Saturdays at 9 30
a m
Meets at
Weight Watchers
1775N.E. 5th Ave
Boca Raton, Flo.
DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
Meets at Methodist Fellowship
Hall
342 N. Sw.ntonAve Delray
Philip Bioler, Loyleoder
For information, co
Bloom, 499-1384
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Rood
Polm Beach, Florida 33480
832-0804
Rabbi Mox L Forman
Cantor Dovid Dordothti
Sabbath services
Mr. Henry
Friday at 8 30
p m
Saturday at 9 a m
CONGREGATION BETH KODBH
2515 N.E. 2nd Court
Boynton Beach. Florida 33435 5
Sabbath services, Friday*
p.m.
Saturdoy-9:30a.m
Services Held at
St John'1
Method*. Church Social Hall
3215 N. SeocresiBlvd.
Sabbath service*. Friday at 830 Boynton Baoch. Florida
p m For information mil 732-5' _


, April 8
1977
TheJewishFloridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
Emigres Ought to Have a Choice
power superior to a World War II
cruiser. The boats, which will be
manufactured in the Cherbourg
shipyard where Israel once or-
dered its own now-famous "Cher-
bourg boats," will cost 3 billion
francs, or some $600 million.
The French paper. Le Monde,
reported that France managed to
get the deal thanks to the
decision to free Palestinian
terrorist Abu Daoud after his
arrest last January.
Continued on Page 10
Chancellor Bruno
said this week that one
the reasons the Jewish
,.run transit camp for
Jewish emigres at
bency-i
au was closed in 1973 was
k emigrants staying there had
"choice of where to resettle.
(Every Jew who emigrates via
Ltria should have the right to
tide on where he wants to go,
Icy said here on his return
m a visit to the United States.
Informed Indian opinion
Usees a change in the harsh
tlicy carried out toward Israel
v the now-ousted Indira Ghandi
pvemment, but it added,
Lever, that a shift to a milder
;titude will be slow and
sutious.
j The overturn in India's leader-
Lp it was observed, was based
I domestic policies. Officially.
1, Indian Embassy pointed out
[is premature to discuss the new
[overnment's foreign policy,
, the new Prime Minister
lorarji Desai has just been
appointed.
No amount of financial aid or
investment in Egypt's tottering
economy is likely to improve her
situation fundamentally. This
was stated five years ago. three
years ago and today by one
of Israel's leading experts on the
Arab economies, Prof. Eliyahu
Kanovaky, of Barllan Uni-
versity, who recently reiterated
his original assessment on the
heels of the latest riots in Egypt.
The basic cause, according to
Kanovsky, is Egypt's backward
and inefficient social, economic
and government structure. Only
a small portion of the large influx
of money from the oil-rich Arab
states and from the U.S. is put to
productive use or to improving
the country's economic infra-
structure, he notes.
Libya has ordered 10 fast
patrol boats from France armed
with sea-to-sea missiles and
described as having a firing
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facilities for independent activities, and
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program encourages the child to grow
through observation, self-expression and
creativity.
Arts Crafts Music Simple
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Play periods Game times Swim-
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The Community Pre-School curriculum
provides continuous learning experiences.
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individual child and his social development.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday-Aprilg
W ith the
Organizations
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
The Boynton Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold
their installation of officers on
Monday, April 11 at noon, at the
Dolphin Bay Inn, Delray Beach.
DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
On Sunday, April 10 at 9a.m.,
the Delray Hebrew Congregation
will hold Yizkor Memorial
Services at the Knights of
Columbus Hall in Boynton
Beach. AU are welcome.
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
The Yiddish Culture Group
will meet on April IS and 19 in
the Century Village Auditorium.
The programs are as follows:
On April 12 Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Winick will atng Yiddish folk
songs, Sy Kalick will play the
violin; Mildred Hirnhaum will
play the piano; and Betty Stein-
berg Tell will recite poetry.
On April 19 at 10 a.m. a
program commemorating the
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising will be
presented with Mildred Birn-
baum on the piano and Chana
Safron conducting a candle-
lighting ceremony. Also Rabbi
William H. Shapiro and Cantor
Albert Koslow will present a
program, Lou Bialy will discuss
the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising,
Gabriel Rabenbach will sing,
Sam Korsun will play the guitar
and David Altman will perform
on the concertina.
AMERICAN- ISRAELI
LIGHTHOUSE
The Arthur S. Cowan Chapter
of the American-Israeli Light-
house will meet on Thursday,
April 14, at Circus Circus in West
Palm Beach. Following the
meeting refreshments will be
served and there will be en-
tertainment.
A luncheon and card party will
be held at Circus Circus on May
12. Bea Marks is in charge of
reservations.
The Donor luncheon is planned
for April 28 at the Doral Country
Club, Miami Beach.
MEN'S ORT
"The month of April is ex-
pansion time for Palm Beach
Men's ORT." said Lou Banish,
president of the chapter.
Recently returned from Israel,
where he witnessed the ORT
Vocational Schools in operation,
Barrish reports that he was im-
pressed by the wide scope of
subjects taught in the schools
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from office and home skills, to
mechanics, to engineering.
"It is obvious," he stated,
"that the economy and well-
bding of the State of Israel is in
good measure dependent on the
input of ORT graduates."
The local chapter is planning
an interesting year of activities
for its members. For further
information contact Lou Barrish.
ISRAEL BONDS
Michael B. Small, chairman of
the Palm Beach County Israel
Bond Committee, has announced
that this year's Israel Bond cam-
paign "will probably be the most
successful ever held," and that
several exciting events are still to
take place.
The Delray Beach State of
Israel Bond Committee will host
a testimonial in honor of Rose
Klein on Thursday, April 14, at
10:30 a.m. at the Knights of
Columbus Auditorium in
Boynton Beach. On the occasion
of the tenth anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem, Mrs.
Klein will be presented the Scroll
of Honor.
Entertainment at the Rose
Klein Testimonial will be
provided by Emil Cohen,
humorist, and the Kings Point
Choraleers, under the direction of
Margaret Morse.
Sidney Kates serves as
chairman of the Delray Beach
State of Israel Bond Committee.
Serving as cochairmen are Ben
Kessler, Leah Levin and Rose
Klein. More than 75 people serve
on the committee.
A cafe Tel-Aviv cocktail party,
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Iteld of the Rapallo North, is
scheduled for Sunday, April 17,
from 5 to 7 p.m. Eddie Schaffer,
humorist, will entertain at the
cocktail party.
According to Small a special
celebration is being planned for
April 21 to celebrate the twenty-
ninth anniversary of Israel's
independence.
B'NAI B'RITH
On March 20 Morris
Anapolsky, president of Kings
Lodge 2965 of B'nai B'rith in-
stalled the following officers for
Lake Worth Lodge 3016:
President Jerome Feinberg; Vice
Presidents Phil Elkin, Ben Fox,
loseph Randall, Nathan Dresch,
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Farouk Kadoumi. iS^JS
Newsweek as insisting Yft
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being. Kadoum. is furtherquoud,
assaying that the Palest,,
will use such a self-gove,
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The Carmel Trio, which will perform at Temple Beth El on
Sunday, April 10 in Senter Hall, consists of (from left) Ora
Shiran, violinist; Mordecai Shehori, pianist; and David Sella.
cello.
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minister"
Murray Rappaport, Mel Walden;
Treasurer Alex Walkes;
Recording Secretary Hyman
Shapiro; Corresponding
Secretary Leo Stein; Chaplain
Jack Cook; Custodian Sol
Gorrelick.
TEMPLE BETH EL
The final program of Temple
Beth El's Young Israeli Artist
Series will be held on Sunday,
April 10 in Senter Hall at 8 p.m.
The guests for this performance
fare th' Carmel Trio, with David
Sella. cellist, Ora Shiran,
violinist, and Mordecai Shehori.
pianist.
David Sella began his career at
an early age, appearing at the
Casals Festival at the age of 14,
and continuing to appear as a
concert artist ever since. A
paratrooper in the 1967 war, Sella
had both of his hands severely
injured, but recovered to con-
tinue performing. He has ap-
peared on radio and television
and in concert in Israel, Canada
and the United States.
Miss Shiran, a native of
Natanya, Israel, spent her child-
hood on Kibbutz Merchavia. She
studied at the Rubin Academy,
Tel Aviv University during
which time she received six
scholarship grants from the
America-Israel Cultural
Foundation. She has performed
with the Israeli Chamber
Ensemble as a soloist under the
direction of Italian conductor
Carolo Zecchi. Along with
performances on radio and
television, she has appeared
widely throughout Israel,
Canada and the United States.
Shehori appeared at Temple
Beth El in March as a soloist.
The performance will be
followed by a social hour.
Refreshments will be served. For
ticket information contact Mary
Bachrach.
Continued on Page 12
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
ers to thcdrtor
'Give No Support to Breira'
b*
InlTOR The Jewish Floridian:
Please allow me to commend
I Floridian and Mr. Leo
adlin for raising the question
K What is Breira Really?
lidian, Friday. March 11. I
Id uke to add some m-
tion about Breira.
It has been written "If a people
ffit the past, they will be
ined to relive it in the future.
history of our Jewish people
shown that much too often,
worst enemies have been
s.
TTHIS time in our history, a
5th Column has appeared on
Jewish scene. An
.nization called Breira has
trated the Jewish Establish-
nt.
,reira believes that the PLO is
rustworthy organization that
! should negotiate with.
is the PLO that has mur-
Jewish children and adults,
bed Jewish towns and
s massacred the Israeli
_tes in Munich. The PLO
ists that the State of Israel
be replaced by a Palestinian
te; yet, Breira believes that
el should recognize the PLO.
nfortunately for the Jewish
le, many of the leaders of
are influential rabbis,
iy are in charge of the Hillel
ips sponsored by B'nai
ith. Most of the founders of
have a background of
ivity in left-wing, pro-
munist groups that were
t in the 1960s. These people
ist thai Israel must com-
ise and stop being stubborn
the reasonable demands of the
In other words, "Israel
Id sit down and negotiate its
destruction."
ME TIME has arrived for the
rish community to awaken to
danger to Israel's survival
it Breira and the PLO may
[to synagogue or other Jewish
janization should sponsor a
ra program. Any rabbi that
pports Breira should be held
Muntable for his support of
"5th Column."
these suggestions seem
rah, then I remind your readers
[the enemies of the Jewish
Iple have succeeded in using
ors to destroy us in the past.
time for strong action
pnst Breira has now arrived.
American Jewish com-
pity must continue to see that
*l will get all the aid it needs
[survive. Breira and the PLO
'our enemies.
Samuel Bortnick
Philadelphia, Pa.
West Palm Beach, Fla.
|TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
|jay 7, 1977 marks the 29th
J've"ary of the establishment
|Uie free and independent state
IJrael. That date represents an
fPuing anniversary for free
p everywhere.
Determined to be a homeland
for the homeless, the Israelis
have welcomed, housed, and
absorbed a million and a half im-
migrants, most of them refugees
from oppression.
THEY HAVE reclaimed the
desert, making it fruitful,
creating industry, commerce,
new cities, new harbors and-
modern communications.
Dedicated to providing a better
life for all, they have made
notable advances in the sciences,
medicine, social welfare and the
cultural arts, and have
generously shared their
knowledge with others, especially
the new and developing nations
of Africa and the East.
They have never forgotten that
those ideals of justice, liberty and
peace which inspired generations
of freedom-loving men were first
proclaimed by the prophets of
Ancient Israel, and they have
constantly sought to give these
great concepts renewed
significance by act and by deed.
ON ISRAEL'S Independence
Day ... we celebrate a prayer
answered after centuries ... we
celebrate a biblical promise
fulfilled ... we celebrate the
millions who held on to their
faith, to their dream, though
dispersed and despised ... we
celebrate an extraordinary reality
... we celebrate Israel's in-
dependence because we have
no past without that land;
without that land our present is
inconceivable; without that land
our future is unbearable.
All freedom-loving people of
good will should salute Israel on
its 29th anniversary and pray for
a negotiated lasting peace.
Betty Steinberg TeU
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The newly constructed Riverside Memorial Chapel in West
Palm Beach will be dedicated on Wednesday, April 13, at 4
p.m.
Riverside WPB Chapel To
Be Dedicated Wednesday
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
Inc. has announced the formal
dedication of its newly con-
structed West Palm Beach
Chapel at 4714 Okeechobee
Boulevard, to take place Wed-
nesday. April 13. The dedication
, ceremonies are scheduled for 4
p.m. with a reception to follow at
Temple Israel in West Palm
Beach.

All Rabbis of the Palm Beach
County Rabbinical Association
will be in attendance.
Alfred Golden, vice president
of Riverside and chairman of the
dedication program announced
that Carl Grossberg, president
and one of the founders of River-
side, will also be in attendance.
THE NEW chapel is the
seventh Riverside Chapel in
Florida. Golden stated that this
chapel will offer far greater con-
venience and accommodations of
importance to the Jewish com-
munity of the Palm Beach area.
In particular, the new River-
side Chapel contains a Ritual-
arium (Mikva) and other facilities
for the performance of the Ritual
of Washing (TaharaI.
Golden also announced that
Kenneth M. Kay, LFD will serve
as manager of the new chapel,
heading one of the largest staffs
of Jewish personnel in Palm
Beach County.
CASH
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Please pay your pledge give to the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Make Checks payable to the
Jewish Federation of Palm Reach County
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With thc; '
Organizations
Continued from Page 10
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
The next meeting of the
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
will be held Wednesday, April 13,
at 12:15 p.m. At this time, Helen
Nussbaum will give a book
review on Sam Levenson's
Everything But Money. Refresh-
ments will be served. >
LABOR ZIONIST
ALLIANCE
The Labor Zionist Alliance and
Workmen's Circle Branch 1041
will hold a memorial meeting to
commemorate the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising, and the six
million Jews who perished in the
Nazi Holocaust. The meeting will
take place on Thursday, April 14,
1 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Citadel, West Palm Beach.
The guest speaker will be Dr.
Sidney Selig, director of the
Jewish Community Day School
of West Palm Beach. A musical
program will be provided by folk
singer Shoshana Flexer and
Cantor Albert Koslow.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
On Thursday, April 21, the
National Council of Jewish
Women, Ofceechobee Unit, will
Rold a general meeting. The
Gest speaker will be Nathan
vey of the Norton Art Gallery.
Refreshments will precede the
meeting.
A Rummage Sale will be held
on April 16 at the Unitarian
Church, Hibiscus and Florida
Streets from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for
information contact Ruth Glass.
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
The Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom will
hold its next regular meeting on
April 19, 1 p.m., at which time
Dr. Jacob Taub will discuss
"Medicine and The Bible."
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS
On April 17 the American
Jewish Congress will hold a
White F.lephant Sale at the
Super-X on Military Trail, West
Palm Beach.
On Thursday. April 14, the
American Jewish Congress will
hold a meeting at 1 p.m. at the
Jewish Community Center.
Norman Schimelman, executive
director of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, will
discuss Soviet Jewry emigration
as it is affected by the "drop-out"
from the original destination
Israel. A film will be shown of the
Soviet prisoners of conscience.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Golda Meir Club of
Pioneer Women will hold its next
meeting on Wednesday, April 13,
at 1 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Citadel. West Palm Beach.
The business meeting will
feature the election of officers
On Wednesday, April 27, the
Golda Meir Club will hold its
annual Donor luncheon at noon
at The Breakers in Palm Beach.
Entertainment will be provided
by Ann Marsh and Jack
Zuckerman, singers, accom-
panied by Mildred Bimbaum at
the piano.
UNITED ORDER OF
TRUE SISTERS
A meeting of the United Order
of True Sisters, Palm Beach
County 61, will be held at the
Holiday Inn, Monday, April 11,
at 1 p.m.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
Women's American ORT, Mid
Palm Chapter, will hold a general
meeting on Monday. April 11,
1:30 p.m. at the Public Library
on M Street, Lake Worth. Guests
and prospective members are
cordially invited. For trans-
portation contact Ruth Strumpf.
The new Thrift Shop in West
Palm Beach is now open.
Members can earn Honor Roll
credit for working in the shop.
For information contact Estelle
Fein.
HADASSAH
The Bat Gurion Group of
Hadassah will have a Middle
East "Scheherazade" night on
Saturday, Aril 30 at 8 p.m. at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Soloway.
An authentic Middle East din-
ner will be served, to be followed
by the entertainment of belly
dancer Mahalia and a guitarist.
Elaine Soloway is chairwoman
of this event. Other members of
the committee are Barbara
Wunsh, Mura Mathason, Elaine
Sappenoff, Ellen Weingard,
Sheila Lewis and Marcia
Chauncey.
Jackie Tawil, another member
of this committee and who was
raised in Lebanon, provided first-
hand assistance in the planning
of this dinner.
For further information
contact Mrs. Soloway.
Tikvah Hadassah will meet on
April 18 at 1 p.m. at the Com-
munity Center.
A Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Memorial will be the day's
program.
The group will hold a board
meeting on April 14 at 10 p.m. in
Century Village Chatham K 231.
Rishona Group of Hadassah
will meet on Thursday, April 21
at 1 p.m. at the West Palm Beach
Library.
A film made in Israel, "To a
New Beat," will be shown and
Ruth Moss will present an
original script "Psychology
Fantasy." Election of officers
will also be held.
Tamar Group will hold instal-
lation of officers at the Ramada
Inn in West Palm Beach on
Thursday, April 28. at 6 p.m.
Molly Arkans is in charge of
reservations.
Shalom Hadassah will install
officers on Monday, April 18 at
noon at the Salvation Array
Citadel.
Terry Ra pa port, Florida fund-
raising coordinator, will serve as
installing officer. Aaron Savith,
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Seymour Bellak, president of Temple Israel,,
was presented the Scroll of Honor at a testi-
monial in his honor sponsored by the Temple
Israel State of Israel Bond Committee.
Harry B. Denner served as honorary chair-
man of the event and Arlene Gross and Fran
Zeitz served as cochairmen. Several mem-
baritone, will entertain with his
wife, Gertrude, at the piano.
Jean Solomon is in charge of
reservations.
The final study group session
on Zionism will be conducted by
Frances Sperber.
Z'hava Hadassah will meet in
the Golden Lakes auditorium on
April 21.
Israel's Independence Day will
be celebrated and Florence Falik,
Ruth Rubinstein and Estelle
Waldon will present the
narrations.
bers of the committee are pictured
They are (left to right, standing,,
Malcolm Sharpe, Mrs. Henry Blum, Bun
Sharff, Dr. Tom Davidoff Albert Golds*
(left tonght seated) Mrs. Malcolm Shan
Mrs. Fran Zeitz, Mrs. Edward Gross
Henry Blum.
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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 bv
1 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 Jewish Community Day School of Palm Beach County
Wishes Tha Entlra Jewish Community
A Happy and Kosher Pesach-Chag Kasher Vesameach
Max Tochner, President Dr. Sidney Selig, Director
ra/ tnnvi
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And happy la everyone thathoUt fc*
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The Jewish FJoridian of Palm Beach County
Page IS
e New Jewish Goon Squads
of
king
IE APPEAR to be two
Jewish goon squads
people around in
*'these dsys. Sociotogiats
t studied this phenomenon
jpnsh machismo as yet, and I
[not equipped with the psy-
Ljcal insights to explain it.
II know is that it is here and,
g|y, growing.
tber it is the barbarian
of the Satmarer Rebbe
a Lubavitcher bus,
. up on the occupants,
gating the tombstone of a
leader and fire-bombing a
jpaper, or the muscle-bound,
Se-minded JDL'ers breaking
tings of Jews with whom
(do not agree, not to speak of
r bombings and snipings, or a
,effete approach that utilizes
tjcal clout, I continue to view
[growing fanaticism with the
'ay I have expressed in the
DS almost-repeat is brought
j,y a series of events which
jntly has utilized Jewish
teal power and culminated
[week in a front page story in
[New York Times describing
roversy that has developed
a new school board policy
jd upon the bedroom com-
fcjty of Teaneck, N.J., by a
merit of the Jewish com-
bjth consummate chutzpah,
[group was granted a ban "on
ol-sponsored activities on the
Sabbath, from sundown
t to sundown Saturday,
jonthe Christian Sabbath, on
lay morning."
(fore the Shabbos Shomer
J gets exercised about any
tern of this, let it be known
[ interscholastic athletic com-
(lion, including bands and
(Headers has, with equally
Inimmate hypocrisy, been
pled from the ruling.
ting North Jersey as I do,
I would How in the streets if
lay night or Saturday after-
Ifootball had been included.
BE SUPPORT of the Jewish
pmunity Itclations Council for
violation of the First
endmenl spirit is another
on wh\ so many of us are
Be to these CRC's,
ipeaking with some key
)le in IVaneck, I was in-
that the action hardly
ents the majority of Jews
|hat town. The Orthodox who
there send their kids to
hivas and care nothing about
jpublic school activities.
i the other hand, the CRC in
Wand raised a fuss when the
viicher Chabad House
pinced the city administration
\AJCona.
"iys Bravo
To Opinion
he American Jewish
Jress welcomes the decision
* United States 5th Circuit
i of Appeals on Mar. 11,
F n clear that the school
Cities of Orange County,
r must comply with the
F'tutional guarantees of
*" of religion and
iftion of church and state,
ft RalPh P- Kingsley,
P*"1 f the South Florida
P f the American Jewish
Jstcss, announced,
^proceeding in which this
Pn was issued. MelUer v.
L..'r. ubltc Instruction of
K ^unty, has been pen-
lw 1970. During all that
*ZaS )o1 authorities have
.W a number of practices
kLwei;e c,ear'y un-
rltu"onal, as the Circuit
71 has now held.
T-SE HAVE included use of
ldi^0nndandfacuitiesfor
ra'b,Ulr of secretarian
'and the use of public
""systems in the schools
rtheR?hifp?yer8-readin8s
t^Bible and other religious
to erect and light a menorah in
Public Square last Chanukah.
And for good reason.
THE FEDERATION has been
battling with the administration
to change its policy on public
displays of Christian symbols,
including the huge and glittery
Bethlehem manger scene prom-
inently on display in the lobby of
Cleveland City HalL
In Indianpolis last Christmas,
the Jewish community struggled
with the same problem, but to no
avail. The suburban city of
Birmingham, Mich., got into a
heated controversy when Jewish
kids were told to drop out of the
Uunior High School's Glee Club if
they objected to singing a song
which included a line that "Jesus
'is my brother."
Incidents such as the one in
Teaneck and Cleveland, which
are fostered by Jews (as "a way
of asserting Jewish pride," says a
Chabad spokesman), lend en-
couragement to those who would
continue to violate that great
Jewish protective separation of
church and state contained in the
First Amendment.
OUR OWN local CRC had
better take a look at the latest
creation, a South Florida Chapter
of the Catholic League for
Religious and Civil Rights, if it
uuoce.ru
about such
{has any
things.
I Led by that paragon of right-
wing virtue, Bob Brake, the
League is about to teat whether
"the municipalities and school
1 board have the right to deny
certain amenities to school
children strictly on the basis of
being religiously oriented."
Somebody has to let the public
know that Rabbi Phineas Weber -
man doesn't speak for the Jews of
this community as it so often
seems when he joins with his
peers in Christian funda-
mentalism in their attempts to
'solve the world's problems
through religious fanaticism.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County.
Frida
y,
Jewish Community Center Presents
The Jewish Community Center
Annual Meeting and Installation
of new officers and board was
held at the Henry Flagler
Museum on Palm Beach, Sun
day, March 29, from 5 p.m. to 1
p.m. There was a Kosher buffet
accompanying a program high-
lighted by "This is Your Life"-
Jewish Community. Evelyn
Blum wrote and narrated and
Joan Wolfberg wrote song lyrics
and sang. The coordinated
material was compiled by the
women with the aid of Buddy
Brenner, Ann Blicher, Doris
Ellenbogen, Sam Schutzer and
interviews of old-timers by Joel
Levine. The climax of the song-
fest was a rendition of Bei Mir
Bist Tu Shuin sung to Bob
Rapaport. As chairman of the
board, Rapaport exercised his
leadership skill to make some
unexpected presentations after
special awards were given by the
three newly elected vice
Eresidents: Dr. Robert Burger,
r. Paul Klein, and Mrs. Warren
Murray.
Founder members were given
lucite desk plsques. They are
Bennett Berman, Morris Kraft,
Irvin Larner, Henry Pariser, and
Jeanette Sriberg. Patron
members were given address
books lettered in gold leaf. They
are: Judge and Mrs. Stankv H.
Fuld. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Kay,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moist, Dr.
and Mrs. Marvin Rosenberg, and
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Shugar-
man. Special thanks were given
to Dr. R. Burger and Dr. H.
Sabarra for their ongoing main-
tenance support. Mr. and Mrs.
B. held for draperies, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Molat for an Israeli
flag, Philip Weinstein of Levitt
Memorial Chapel for his support
of the Widowed to Widowed
Workshop. Dr. and Mrs. Pierce
Weinstein for donating office
furniture and a medical scale.
Due to an unintentional
omission. Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Tanen were to receive recognition
for material donated to the center
for much needed equipment and
supplies.
The festivities of the evening
were chaired by David and
Marcia Chauncy. with help from
their committee members, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Brenner, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Chane, Dr. and
Mrs. Howard Kay, Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Murray, Zelda Pincourt, Robert
D. Rapaport. Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Soloway, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Tishman.
As past president continuing
for a second term, Detra Kay
spoke of the dream of the com-
munity and quoted Rabbi David
de Sola Pool, "As the past is my
heritage The present is my
responsibility And the future,
my challenge as a Jew."
Rapaport, referred to the
readiness of the Jewish Com-
munity Center to meet the needs
of the community.
Vivian Becker, executive
director, reminded the gathering
that "To be part of a community
is the most urgent, historic
obligation facing a Jew," which
she quoted from Elie Weisel.
Newly installed officers received
their charge of duty from Irvin
Larner, former resident of the
JCCA in St. Louis, who is a
founder of the Palm Beach JCC.
Dennis Tartakow and Jerome
Tishman. Others who have
served on the board of the JCC
this past year are: Dean
Rosenbach, Alan Lifshitz,
Barbara Lifshitz, Paul
Weiseneck, Tootsie Newman,
Frankie Shulman, Dr. Richard
Shugarman, Max Tochner,
Warren Murray, Bruce Prince,
Judge Lewis Kapner, Dudley
Richter, Jean Rubin, Jules Roth-
man, Stephen Roberts, Carolyn
Simon, Rabbil Rosayn and Abe
Bisgaier.
For those who missed the
beautiful program and evening
marking the second Annual
Meeting of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, we have a news
flash!! The Third Annual
Meeting and Installation of the
Jewish Community Center will be
held on Sunday evening, April
16, 1978, at the Flagler Museum.
Make your reservations now.
Of particular interest at this
time of year is "What will I do
with the children this summer?"
The JCC offers a creative,
constructive program.
Registration is taking place now
for children ages 3 to 12. The
program will begin on June 13
and end on August 19. Hours are
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with an
optional half-day program for
pre-schoolers. You may register
for two-week periods and get
details by calling the JCC at 689-
7700 along with a coloring book
full of information.
Staff for the Jewish Com-
munity Center for Creative and
Performing Arts is being in-
terviewed now. Make an appoint-
ment to see Vivian Becker if you
are mature: have at least one year
of college: special skills in music,
art. drama, dance: proven Jewish
identification and concomitant
skills. A Florida certified early
childhood educator is sought for
the supervision of Pre-Schoolers.
Children ages 12-15 who are
JCC members may qualify as
counselor apprentices at no cost
and no salary provided they
successfully complete a 5 session
course in leadership at the JCC.
In addition to all the on-going
classes being held at the JCC the
following new courses are now
being offered: Morning for
Toddlers, a program for mothers
with tots (infancy to 4 years)
beginning April 13; T Shirt Art
for Junior & Senior High
Wednesdays, Creative Writing
for Adults, Mondays: History
and Politics of Modern Israel and
The Middle East for Adults.
Registration for all courses are
now going on at the JCC offices.
members 165. Call Sue Levi to
register and or placement in any
other class.
Jewish Organizations of Palm
Beach County are mustering
their forces in full strength for
the May 1 twenty-ninth anniver-
sary celebration of the State of
Israel. Sen. Richard Stone in a
dispatch to the Miami Herald
charged that the Carter ad-
ministration had undermined the
moderate forces at work in the
Middle East and has thus
heightened Israel's concern about
its security.
This past Sunday on CBS-TV,
60 Minutes, Mike Wallace in-
terviewed both President Sadat
of Egypt and Yassir Arafat, PLO
spokesman. Both reiterated that
there would be no peace with
Israel unless they return to their
1967 borders, and Arafat again
said "no peace with Israel."
Lefkowitz, chairman of the
Steering Committee of the an-
niversary affair, has called for
stepped up activity from
organizations for the May 1
celebration to ensure the greatest
demonstration for solidarity and
support for Israel is developed in
Palm Beach County. He has
urged his workers to make sure
that the organization of the
motorcade to the Palm Beach
Auditorium be a massive display
of strength. Manny Lubin,
chairman of the Roynton Beach
Jewish Coordinating Council,
comprised of all the local Jewish
chapters stated. "that the
Boynton Beach organization will
make sure that its residents turn
out in full strength." Special
plans for recruiting cars for the
motorcade and sale of admissions
to the auditorium are going
ahead full steam. Sol Zisk has
been appointed by Arthur
Bernman, chairman of the
motorcade for the southern tier
of the county, to head up the
Boynton Beach contingent. Nat
Goldberg has been appointed
chairman of- the Leisureville
complex in the Boynton area.
Nat Goldberg assured the com-
mittee that the Jewish people of
Leisureville will support this
program 100 percent.
fee is $25 for organizations and
35 for commercial booths.
The motorcade described by
Lefkowitz will be entering the
' auditorium from the various
points in the county. Those with
cars who may not be affiliated
with a particular organization
may learn where to assemble by
calling Ed Fine, Motorcade
chairperson, evenings at 842-
2855.
A gala parade of organizations
will commence from a reserved
section of the auditorium parking
lot and march past the official
reviewing stand. The parade will
be lead by the official Jewish War
Veterans Color Guard under the
direction of Alexander Bloch. For
parade details, call Tamar
Barsky, parade chairperson.
Program Chairperson Sylvia
Wolf promises an entertaining
and exciting program featuring
Israeli entertainment from 2 to 4
p.m. inside the auditorium.
Purchase your SI general ad-
mission or $5 patron donation
tickets from your organization or
from the JCC offices. Call Claire
689-7700, for tickets.
Modern Topics.
Officers for the new year are
Robert D. Rapaport, chairman of
the board: President, Detra Kay;
Vice Presidents, Dr. Robert
Burger, Dr. Paul Klein, and Iris
Murray; Secretary, Elsine
Soloway; Treasurer, Dr. Howard
Sabarra. New board members
are: Daniel Bakst, Rabbi Bar-
Zev, Barbara Chane, Marcia
Chauncey, 1 >r. Thomas Davidoff,
Henry Gilbert, Carole Koeppel,
Robert Levy, Zelda Pincourt,
Neal Robinson, Ann Small,
Jeanette Sriberg. Board mem-
bers completing their last year
are: David Chauncey, Barbra
Kaplan, Dr. Howard Kay, Bea
Kriswr, Ah Leibovit, Michael
PuderHarria, Ann Tanen, Dr.
An Evening of Marriage
Dynamics: Elaine and Barry
Soloway will be hosting an
evening in their home for the JCC
Women's League when Ruth
Horowitz, licensed marriage
counselor will be discussing
topics relating to her expertise.
Elaine said that there will be
desserts of international origins
to round out the evening. Call
today to reserve your place. The
fee is $3 per couple.
Passover Open House at the
Senior Center during Kol
Hamoed, April 5, 6, 7 and 8 from
1 to 3 p.m. These will be hosted
by the Okeechobee Chapter of
Council of Jewish Women, Yovel
Hadassah, Labor Zionist and the
2nd Tuesday of the Month Club.
Passover refreshments will be
served and a special program will
be held each day. We invite all
seniors to share with us and the
JCC family.
L'lpan Evening Classes
Registration for an Evening
Class in Modern Hebrew Con-
versation for working people is
almost filled. These classes are
scheduled for Wednesday 7 to 9
p.m. and Sunday 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. This represents 60 hours of
instruction to be conducted over
a period of 15 weeks. The fee for
JCC members is $40 and for non-
The newly organized Delray
Jewish Coordinating Council as
spirited by the leadership of the
Delray Hebrew Congregation,
headed by Aaron Mann and
Henry Bloom, has called for a
mobilization meeting on April 11
of all of the organizations to plan
for this event. Bloom has assured
Lefkowitz that they will seek the
cooperation of all of the Jewish
organizations in the Delray area
to develop maximum par-
ticipation.The Sisterhood of the
Delray Hebrew Congregation will
meet on Thursday, April 7 at the
Knights of Columbus in Delray.
They are calling for a full turnout
of its membership. The main
speaker will be Lefkowitz. They
expect to mobilize all of its forces
at this afternoon meeting for the
May 1 demonstration.
Israel Independence Day
celebration will be from noon to 5
p.m. at the West Palm Beach
Auditorium and will be the site of
a county wide celebration.
As Lefkowitz stated, this
event is being coordinated by the
Jewish Community Center and
sponsored by the local Jewish
organizations. The day's events
will include a carnival, booths
and an exciting program of
Israeli entertainment and guest
speakers
A community event of this
nature requires hours and hours
of effort and work. Fifteen
members of the Knights of
Pythias have offered to man
booths for organizations who
may need help that day. Irving
Perlman has donated his graphic
talents; Bloch of JWV 408 has
been particularly supportive
along with Esther and Joe Molat,
Mimi Kreisler. Shirley Fleish-
man. Rachel Ohara, Bob Cahn.
Norman Axe, Maurice Holsberg,
Sally Sheff. Birdie Parmet. Gail
Weinstein, Barbara Worlinsky.
Mr. Walzer, Renee I.ipshitz,
Helen Nussbaum. Rose Wein-
berg, Sid Falik, Alan Bernstein,
Joe Wise, Martha Nadelman.
Frieda Lipshitz. Arthur Berman,
(ieorge Columbus, Leonard
Turk, Irwin Mann. Pauline
Verbu, Carol Klein, Pearl
IIart man. Mae Crossman, Ethel
Siegal. Blanche Weiss, Ida
Mozzer, Alan Flexer. Sam
Wadler, Esther and Iou Barrish,
Sam and Rose Karners. Ida Sch-
midt and many others.
The following organizations
are actively sponsoring the
event: American Jewish
Congress, American-Israeli
Lighthouse, Congregation
Anshei Shalom. Anshei Shalom
Men's Club, Anshei Shalom
Sisterhood, Beth-El Men's Club,
Beth El Sisterhood, Beth El
BESS, B'nai B'rith Men Cen-
tury, B'nai B'rith Keystone,
B'nai B'rith Women Masada
Chapter; Medina Chapter;
Zedukah Chapter, Beth Shalom
Congregation, Cystic Fibrosis,
Free Sons of Israel, Friends of
the Jewish Community Day
School, Hadassah Bat Gurion
Chapter, Tikva Chapter, Del Ray
Chapter; Jewish War Veterans of
Delray and Ladies Auxiliary,
Keystones, Knights of Pythias,
Labor Zionist, Masonic of
Delray. National Council of
Jewish Women, ORT Boynton;
ORT Evening, ORT Delray. ORT
Century, ORT Golden Lakes,
ORT Mid-Palm Beach. ORT
West Palm Beach, Pioneer
Women and Women's Circle.
Calendar For April: The
second session of the Adult
Education Classes will begin the
week after Passover. These
sessions are free to members.
Monday, : 9:30 a.m.. Art Class.
Thursday: 12:30 p.m., Health
Care, and Friday: 11 a.m..
Steve Levitt ACSwV1*1
jfcs, will cSidH
discussion, Anri,
Hy Bronfin. Jff
analyst, will talk on TVnS
Side of Politics." 0nh*Lf
Elaine Soloway, p^^
From Dreyfus to Munich
on April 24. asr*riifii
shown. All are iKfi^JSl
great Sunday afterS^*
Special People -
Donations: We want to thank"
^e people who have contrlu
to the opening of our SenJd
Center. For those special J^l
ment contributions tha
make our Purim Partv
success: Thanks to ^,
Kadish for her coffee pot
Singer, Anne Finklesteb'u
Schuster Esther d Jo, M,
tor refreshments The Mo
are contributing wine for th
Passover Week Open Hou
Thanks to Sam Rubin and
executive committee for
work at the party
Transportation: With a
from the Gulfstream Area Wid
Council on Aging, and th
purchase of a small bus by th
Jewish Federation of the Pak_
Beaches for the Jewish Con]
munity Center, the Senior]
Service Center is ready to put i
operation a unique program!
Transportation for the Transit!
Disadvantage^ Senior Adult, iq
West Palm Beach Ifyouareow
60, have no means of transp
tation, (public or private)andi.
in need of transportation for i
special reason, you should i
our office to find out if you _
eligible for our service. VVehavi
spent the past month setting un
the system, surveying our com
munity. hiring bus drivers, and
getting the bus ready for us*
This program should prove to b
of great ser\ ice to our Senio
Community.
Shalom: From Jean Rub
Our Comprehensive Senioq
Service Center is a reality!
Gulfstream Area Council
Aging has awarded the JCC i
grant to provide transportatin
to disadvantaged senior adultsi
well as an Information an
Referral Sen ice to everyone. Wj
have coordinated our cultural anj
recreational activities witlj
existing social services in tt
community. It has been a joy I
me to work with so many wan
and creative people; and I mil
to thank our JCC SttffJ
especially Jeanne Seller, O
secretary and Fannie Sin
Information and Referral, all
volunteers and friends for th
dedication and support from t
moment we opened our door.
especially thank Vivian Bw*fj
our executive director, **
Lyons of the Gulfstream An
Wide Council on Aging. Sir
Ellis and Linda Brumbelow,
the United Way for all th
helpful guidance througno
these initial weeks. I cordial
invite you to visit our cent
attend our activities, and i
any help you might need. Be
part of our Jewish Commus
Center family.
The JCC wishes to thank
those who worked in to make the proposed J^V"
Beach Tehnis Classic effects
Unfortunately, it was not mew
to be. As signals from tarn
professionals indicated ia
interest, a decision was m
end the experiment.
Booth space is going fast. This
is a fine way to raise funds for
your own group. Dr. Paul Klein
and Paul Weiseneck urge all
organizations to call the JCC
offices to reserve a space. Rental
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
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Israeli Arabs in Jordan
IFRUSAI-EM (JTA) An Israeli Arab journalist who
A Jordan recently reported that he was told by a senior
|islU i I,, Amman that the Arabs would modify their attitude
l <\ Israel if Israel were more considerate of the Palestinian
lobtem.
Talkik Khuri. a correspondent for Yediot Achronot, said he
told that the Arabs would take Israel's security problems
*!o consideration.
en FAR. Israel has been concerned only with its security
i h(> Arabs have dealt only with the Palestinian problem, the
e said, but the time has come for both to be more realistic.
thri said he was told. He said he got a warm welcome from
, r Hussein and other Jordanian officials.
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Congregation Anshei Sholom on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, recently honored Oscar Moskowitz,
first vice president emeritus (second from
left) for his dedication to "humanitarian
causes in the interests of the Jewish people in
Palm Beach County and in Israel. Pictured
with Moskowitz are (left to right) Norman
Schimelman, executive director of the
Jewish Federation; Rabbi Harry Z.
Schectman of Congregation Anshei Sholom;
Lillian Moskowitz; Rabbi I. Usher Kir-
shblum, guest speaker; Alan L. Shulman,
general campaign chairman; Louis Kop-
pelman, president of Mens Club and
Blossom Cohen, president of Sisterhood.
Pictured with Oscar Moskowitz (center) at
the recent cultural evening held in his honor,
at Congregation Anshei Sholom for the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County,
are (left to right) Max Shapiro and Abe
liisgaier, cochairmen of Century Village
campaign, Lillian Moskowitz and Max
Harlem, president of the Congregation.
Abourezk Charges Double Allegiance
DENVER (JTA) -
Sen. James Abourezk (D.,
S.D.) unleashed a vitriolic
attack against the Israeli
lobby and dual allegiance to
the United States and
Israel at a Democratic
Party Jefferson Jackson
Day dinner here Saturday
night. His attack won him a
standing ovation by the 700
persons attending the fete.
Many prominent Demo-
crats, labor leaders and
Jewish officials had pro-
tested his appearance and
refused to attend the
dinner.
AS LATE as last Tuesday,
efforts were made to find a sub-
stitute speaker or an additional
speaker to counteract his well-
known pro-Arab views. Abourezk
responded by demanding to know
whether free speech was no
longer possible on Colorado.
The Senator told the dinner
audience that he had not
originally intended to deal with
Middle Fast issues but that in
view of the dispute he now felt
compelled to do so.
He furthermore claimed that
the dispute surrounding his
appearance was sparked because
he was not sufficiently pro-Israel.
"I GAVE an oath to support
the United States, but I am not
willing to swear allegiance to
Israel or any foreign govern-
ment.'" he stated.
The senator charged that it is
easier for Americans to criticize
their own government than
Israel's because critics were
afraid of being tarred with the
brush of anti-Semitism.
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Eleanor Blum,
Philanthropist.
Eleanor Blum is only 10 years old.
But she cares about people.
Her parents took her on a trip to Israel.
She saw cities and border towns,
she met new immigrants and school children.
Eleanor can't forget them...
She knows the people of Israel
are having a tough time.
Eleanor Blum is a 10
They pay the highest taxes in the world.
Sometimes four kids live in one room
and there's not enough money for education.
Eleanor doesn't want to sit around thinking
about the people of Israel.
She wants to do something to help.
This year, she did.
Our Jewish community helps to make life better
for children, for immigrants and for the aged.
-year old philanthropist...
We Are One
One in Mind One in Spirit One in Purpose
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