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 )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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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OFPALMBEA CH COUNTY
Combining "OIK VOICI" Mid "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
,3_Nuniber 18
Friday, September, 9, 1977
fred K. S MOCHBTFiieay,*eateiiieert, 1WT Price 35 Cents
i new ye*R s message fRom
feoeRation pResi&ent BpenneR
TANLEY BRENNER
1
On behalf of the officers and Board of Directors of the Jewish fi
Federation of Palm Beach County, it is my pleasure andfi
privilege to extend warm Rosh Hashanah greetings to our total k
community. j
I
Ab the New Year approaches, your Board is contemplating J
extensive social planning for the life of our community that will J
require greater commitment and support from all of us. 1
May the New Year 5738 bring all mankind a wealth of health, S
peace and contentment. ^
Stanley Brenner, President 2
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County !
J
|Bonn Angered Over
Itoring Our N-Bomb
By HANS GERLACH
rStadt-/
I U.S. missile unita in this
be fitted oat with the
ial neutron bomb?
Democrats are all in
, but the prospect has given
| to political debate unprece-
d in the context of a now
ons system,* which is
i hardly surprising in view
|tbe problems the neutron
i posts.
Buhx, general secretary
SPD, has dropped a
bombshell with hie
of the neutron bomb.
I criticism of the new VS.
hu triggered off heated
f THE issue would have a-
I on the agenda even if Harr
rh*d not let rip, alleging that
I neutron bomb symbolises
ctnal perversion and
J whether mankind bad
^completely insane.
ons of this Maw could
with equal justifica-
[* nuclear weapons of all
, but this is possibly too
I rejoinder, eepedaDy in
|ntry, which may well be
7 !**>vmg end if the neutron
Moused.
' *** onry to list a few
t natures of the new bomb
te its significance,
|*nd foremost the deadly
"& induces,
nuclear warheads of
nal design indues beat
| waves in addition to
So doss the neutron
but only within a
small radios of a few
meters.
buildings nor tanks,
'.arms nor equipment are
' *"*. but the
/cuoactive mushroom
Ilrwid,rthn the case
l^wcal nuclsar weapons of
rjw design. What ia
^watwn is more intensive
Parvaaive.
(Cariooa: F*H> MmU/Frnkfurtr Runotchau)
Conventional atomic bombs
likewise release neutron rays on
detonation, but only about one-
tenth of the quantity, which is
why defense planners reckon the
neutron bomb prom kiss to be
tailormade for stopping spear-
head attacks fat their tracks no
matter how prestigious the ad-
vancing armor and firepower may
be.
THERE IS little structural
damage and the area in question
ia free from radioactivity and
accessible again in a relatively
short time, with enemy columns
knocked out to a man, but their
arms and equipment unscathed.
A newspaper in this country
outlined the options in s manner
aaimpressivs as it wss macabre:
"Evan if the Ruhr wsra tem-
porarily occupied by snemy
troops they could be thrown back
by the deployment of neutron
bombs without destroying the
industrial heartland of Europe."
THE CYNICISM implicit in
this line of argument is doubtless
what induced Egon Bahr to voice
his criticism.
But this is by no means the
only reason why the new wsapon
poses problems. It could indeed
be used to defend Western
Europe effectively in the event of
a conventional Soviet attack.
What is more, there might be
fewer inn*****""" in ordering its
deployment because, undeniably,
it can be employed with greater
accuracy than can conventional
nuclear warheads, or st least so it
would seem st firt glance.
Thus an adversary, or so the
Costumed oa Page 5
The Jewish Federation offices will be closed for Succot on
J? *7^S ttTWore, the deadline for the Jtwith
85eW. St riuVwu!ta,Wli-d^Jtat II. Aflsrtkk.
nwsrv^dsiter that date will not appear in the Oct.7iseue.
Did Day an Meet
With King Hussein?
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) -
Moshe Dayan, Foreign
Minister of Israel, was due
minutes. Dayan spoke for 30
minutes and answered questions
for the rest of the time.
At Dayan's request the press
was excluded and he asked the
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
to return home after a 24-
hour private visit during
which he briefed leaders of
the Anglo-Jewish com-
munity about the Middle
East situation. However,
many observers remained
skeptical about assurances
that this was the only
purpose of the visit. They
were also unconvinced by
Israeli denials that he
would contact King
Hussein of Jordan who is
also here.
It would not have been the first
such masting between the
Jordanian King and Israeli
ministers to take place here in
spite of subsequent denials.
DAYAN'S MEETING with
the 20 religious and lay leaders of
Britain's Jewish community took
place at the Israeli Embassy this
morning and lasted for 90
participants not to discuss the
meeting with the media.
However, one of the participants
told the JTA that Dayan said
little which had not already been
said publicly by the present
Israeli leadership.
He had argued that the core of
the conflict was still the Arab
attitude to Israel's right to exist;
elaborated on the visit by U.S.
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance;
and reaffirmed Israel's deter-
mination to settle in the West
Bank and its opposition to a
Palestinian state and recognition
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
THE MEETING was initiated
by Dayan last Friday and for-
mally approved by the Israeli
Cabinet on Sunday.
The Foreign Minister came
only with his bodyguard and
brought no political aides.
Sharp Immigration Rise
To Israel from Britain
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON-(JTA)-A sharp
rise in immigration to Israel from
Britain ia revealed in the latest
statistics published by the
Jewish Agency's Aliya and
Absorption Depsrtment in
London.
In the first seven months of
this year, 435 people went to
settle in Israel, compared with
277 in the same period of last
year, a rise of 66 percent. The
increase would have bean even
higher if it had included the 160
people going on aliya this month,
the most for August since 1970.
Moshe Yotvat, the Aliya
department's director, has no
aimple explanation for this
significant increase, which
coincides with the sod of his own
two-year tour of duty bars.
HE NOTED, however, that
there has been a "complete
change of atmosphere" towards
aliya in the organized Jewish
community. In a briefing in
Israel before bis appointment he
had been warned that Aliya waa
"a dirty word" in Britain. Now,
however, the aliya department
waa dealing with 3,000 to 4,000
serious inquiries a year.
The new atmosphere was also
reflected in the community's
establishment of an umbrella
organisation, the National Aliya
and Volunteer Council, which will
have responsibility for all aspects
of promoting aliya from Britain.
The new body, headed by Eric
Moonan, MP and MP Trevor
Chinn, grew out of a "Solidarity
for Israel" conference last year.
The Board of Deputies of British
Jews, the community's
representative council, is
aasocisted with it, aa are many
other ogranixations.
AMONG THE 112 immigrants
in July there ia a wide range of
Kfaaafons and occupations,
chare, of whom there were 12,
were the main group. Individuals
included an oil rig steward, a
telex operator, a physiotherapist
and a collage executive.
France Lists New Charges
PARIS (JTA) The
French government has charged
Israel with contravening "all
United Nations resolutions on
the subject" by extending Israeli
aervicee to the Gaza Strip and the
West Bank and by sstebliabing
Israeli settlements in this
A French Foreign Ministry meat.'
spokesman, who made this
declaration at a regular press
briefing addsd that those Israeli
kutiatrvaa have "introduced new
difficulties" in the search for
SPOKESMAN said,
are viewed with deep
by the French govern-
THE
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With the > :
Organizations
B'NAI B'RITH
On Monday, Oct. 3 at 10 a.m.
Kings Lodge 2965 of B'nai B nth
will hold a board meeting at a
place to be announced. On
Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. a
regular meeting will be held at
Fellowship Hall, Cason
Methodist Church. The guest
speaker will be Alice Skagg.
HADASSAH
The first meeting of Tamar
group of Hadassah will be held at
the North Rec-Hall on Monday,
Sept. 26, at 12:30 p.m. Florence
Cooper, Program chairman has
planned a program which will
include a "take-off on popular
songs for which she has written
her own lyrics.
Tamar Hadassah will hold a
Pool Party on Oct. 20 at the home
of Ruth Baraoidan. Reservations
can be made through Ruth
Baraoidan. On Oct. 4 there will be
a golf tournament followed by a
barbeque at the Willows Golf
Club. For information and
reservations contact Florence
Schacher.
Tikvah Hadassah will hold its
"First Anniversary" meeting on
Monday, Sept. 19, 12:30 p.m. at
Congregation Ansnei Sholom.
Shalom Hadassah will welcome
its members and friends to their
first genera] meeting of the
season on Monday, Sept. 19,
12:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Citadel, West Palm Beach.
President Lillian Yelowitz will
report on the Hadassah Con-
vention held in New York in
August. The guest speaker will
be Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman of
Congregation Ansnei Sholom.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Goldberg Bernstein
Temple Beth El is accepting
reservations for Senter Hall
unaffiliated High Holy Days
Service on Sept. 13, 14, and 22.
This year Rabbi Joshua Goldberg
will officiate, assisted by Cantor
Eleazer Bernstein.
Robbi Goldberg is retired from
the U.S. Navy Chaplains Corps
with the rank of Captain. He was
the first rabbi to serve as District
Chaplain for the Third Naval
District. Upon retirement he was
awarded the Legion of Merit
decoration by President
Eisenhower. For the past 14
years he has been a lecturer and
columnist for Newhouse
Publications. Rabbi Goldberg
was co-secretary of the World
Jewish Congress in Geneva,
Switzerland and a former
national secretary of the
American Jewish Congress. He is
a founder of Queens College in
Flushing, N.Y. and a founder of
the Long Island Zionist Region.
Cantor Bernstein is Cantor
Emeritus of Temple Emanu-El ot
Miami Beach. He is a graduate of
the Cantors Institute of Wert-
zburg, Germany and served for
more than 25 years as cantor in
New London, Conn. He is the
executive director of the Cantors
Association of Greater Miami
which he helped to found. He has
been active in various youth
programs and has been teaching
children his entire professional
life. He received a citation from
the Cantor's Assembly of
America last May for his con-
tributions to synagogue music.
He has frequently performed in
cantonal concerts at the Theater
of Performing Arts in Miami
Beach.
Reservations can be made
through the Temple office.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI
SHOLOM
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman will
lead Congregation Anshei
Sholom in High Holiday Services
beginning with Rosh Hashanah
on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings, Sept. 12,
13 and 14 at 7 o'clock. On
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept.
13 and 14, services will be held at
8:30 a.m.
Yom Kippur services will be
held on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at 7
p.m. and Thursday, Sept. 22 at
8:30 a.m. Yizkor for members is
set for 11:30 a.m. with a second
Yizkor, for non-members set for
2:30 p.m.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The Delray Chapter of
Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training) is sponsoring a
weekend, Oct. 28-30, at the
Sheraton Resort Inn, ocean front
on Hutchinson Island. The
package includes a welcome
cocktail party, two dinners and
two breakfasts, and nightly
entertainment. For reservations
contact, Ruth Kotlowitz, Blanche
Friedman, or Terry Shear.
The West Palm Beach Chapter
of Women's American ORT will
hold a luncheon at noon at the
Oriental Restaurant on Monday,
Sept. 26. For reservations
contact Ruth Gollard
West Palm Beach Chapter of
ORT will sponsor a Thanksgiving
weekend at the Eden Rock Hotel
in Miami Beach three nights
and four days, all gratuities and
transportation provided. Contact
Miriam Tarsey.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Shalom, Lake
Worth, will hold free Yizkor
Services on Yom Kippur,
Thursday, Sept. 22 at 2:30 p.m.
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP
The following are the newly
formed Board of Officers for the
Yiddish Culture Group of
Cresthaven: President, Goldie
Lazarus: Vice Presidents, Jack
Elman, Joseph Schnitzler, Phillip
Weiss; Secretary-Treasurer,
Sylvia Bashkoff; Hospitality
Chairman, Sarah Rosenberg:
Attendance Chairman, Rose Sch-
wartz: News Chairman, Sally
Waldman; and Sunshine
Chairman, Rea Marcus.
Because of the High Holy
Days, meetings will be held on
Fridays, Sept. 16, Sept. 23, Sept.
30 and Oct. 7. Thereafter the
regular Wednesday meetings will
be resumed.
New Dove Party Seen
Forming in Israel Today
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-
Members of the Labor Align-
ment, the Democratic
Movement for Change and Sheli
held a meeting to launch a new
opposition grouping called the
"Movement for Other Zionism"
which its organizers described as
an alternative to the hawkish line
of Likud.
Participants gathered in a
grove overlooking Jerusalem and
displayed placards reading, "The
Allon Plan died. The Green Line
died. What will be the next
victim?"
REFERRING to the policy
announced last Sunday that the
government will provide services
to residents of the West Bank
and the Gaza Strip equal to that
of Israelis, speaker after speaker
demanded to know why the
government decided to begin
with "equalization of services" in
the administered territories
before it did so in Israel itself.
Yoram Alster, of the DMC,
said Prime Minister Menachem
Begin did not receive a mandate
from the electorate to implement
his hawkish views, but came to
power merely as a result of in-
ternal disunity within the dovish
camp.
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UJA General Chairman Leonard R. StreliU at a speciall
$100,000 Ambassadorial Dinner in Herzog's New Yorkl
homea milestone in the American Jewish community'sl
annual fund-raising campaign. For Campaign 1978, "30 Yearsl
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Jewry does in terms of support for Israelactual and]
demonstrated will show the world that "we are together and\
that we are one in the difficult days ahead."
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In the Jewish month of Tishri,
BS^My 3800 yean ago, an
"en took place that had a profound
l* on the conscience of humanity.
lit.ii est*bIihed the principle thst
rjgone 18 responsible for preservinj
rP of freedom granted to him by
pitt the Creation.
llW ^Perience of the patriarch
I2f?n- "* f* o' the Jewish
^.'aunched a new era of human
E5^ndin* For Abraham's will-
Jjf. to sacrifice his most cherished
""*on,hi8 son Isaac,on behalf of
wth d ideals, gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblicsl story of Abraham s
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strengthof
one men'a convictions and prepared-
ness to set on behslf of whst he
believed. It is s test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship ss one chooses is a
gift not easily scquired, snd once
obtained, often requires sacrifice to
maintain. __
If humsnity is unprepsred to meet
its obligations to preserve freedom,it
may ultimately lose it
Rosh Hashana, the solemn Jewish
New Year, reaffirms the principle
established nearly 4000 years ago, that
Man's destiny to be free lies in his
own hands.
As the Shof ar is sounded on Rosh
Hashana, it summons humanity to
unite in the cause of freedom snd jus-
tice. It bids mankind to heed the pleas
of all who suffer from oppression and
slavery. It rekindles the spirit of hope
and peace for humanity.
It evokes the day in which Man met
his soul.
It's what makes us Jews.
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Days of Awe
The High Holy Days inspire us to consider
their significance from a religious point of view
as the Days of Awe. Rosh Hashanah, in par-
r ticular, suggests to us a period of stock-taking
and a time for prayer that all of us may be
written into the Book of Life for the coming
year.
22 ^i? NeW Y^r> al8 in8Pire U8 to reminisce
about the outgoing year. After all, last Rosh
Hashanah we prayed for the traditional things:
peace, health, happiness. Were our prayers
answered? K J
In particular, the Outgoing Year 5737 was
one of unexpected changes and challenges for
the Jewish people. It was a year in which Israel 3
and world Jewry met new developments with
skill, resourcefulness and solidarity.
Surely, one of the big stories was the election I
defeat of the Labor government in Israel after*
an uninterrupted 29-year reign and the victory
of Likud.
i
The victory meant that the policies of
Menachem Begin would henceforward shape
Israeli foreign affairs. What had been described
as the inertia of Labor in the matter of
numerous domestic and foreign issues was
finally transcended by the charisma if not quite
the continental charm of Menachem Begin who.
overnight, began to exude a quality which no
i^aoonte could manage tor many years: fierce
determination, singlemindedness and pride in
Jewishness and Zionism.
The other side of the Likud victory coin was
the election of President Carter, in many ways
almost a mirror image of Begin, who almost
immediately began creating a number of
problems for Israel in particular and Jews in
general.

If Carter's victory encouraged great ex-
pectations that U.S. Israeli relations would
} continue smoothly, his resolve to end the "j
M^aax. coniiicL at a stilt price to Israel
created consternation and apprehension in
many Jewish quarters.
On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah 5738, we
ask ourselves: How will it all end? The New
Year surely will tell. To our prayers for peace,
health, happiness, we add one for the safety and
security of Israel and for klal Yisrael.
No Negotiations
It is becoming more evident that the Carter
Administration is looking for a way for the United States
to slip out of its commitment to Israel not to deal with the
Palestine Liberation Organization until that terrorist
group agrees to accept the existence of the Jewish State.
The attempts by the United States to give the PLO an
opening for legitimacy may be an attempt to show U.S.
support for the Palestinians. But it is a move that not only
endangers Israel but is also harmful to the Palestinians
themselves who are having the PLO thrust upon them
whether they want them or not.
The U.S. should consider where any weakening of its
policy against negotiating with the terrorists will lead.
Once Washington agrees to talk with the PLO it may find
pressure on the U.S. to deal with other terrorist groups.
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Our N-Bomb Angers Bonn
Continued from Page 1
2ument runs, would need to
anticipate greater willingness on
the defenders part to make use of
are rendered even more difficult
by such deliberations.
What is more, articles in news-
papers published in this country
in terms of tank wedges,
talk
VIEW FROM ABROAD
the new bomb, which would
heighten is credibility aa a deter-
rent.
IN THE meantime it has, how-
ever, been noted that no one can
prevent an aggressor from
resorting to conventional nuclear
warheads in response to a neu-
tron bomb attack.
So the upshot for the West in
general and this country in par-
ticular would be much of a much-
ness if the Federal Republic of
Germany were to become a
theatre for hostilities.
Neutron bomb "haves" would
need to bear in mind this poten-
tial response on an adversary's
part before deploying the new
weapon in the first place.
Indeed, the "haves" would be
well advised to think a stp or
two further. Before an aggressor
who has been brought to a halt
by neutron bombing decides to
respond by launching a conven-
tional nuclear attack he will need
to think how the defender is
likely to respond. Escalation is
hard to assess in advance.
MIND YOU. the aggressor
may not need to escalate, except
perhaps by way of retaliation,
and if the neutron bomb deva-
states the defender's reserves,
too. a counter-attack is hardly
necessary.
This applies in equal measure
to both sides. But the defender is
subject to the pressure of an
initially successful conventional
ittack and will be even more
strongly tempted to use the new
weapon.
Yet he cannot, by any stretch
of the imagination, be entirely
sure that the aggressor will not
risk at least a limited counter-
strike on the assumption that the
defender is no less scared of
further escalation than he himself
is. After the initial exchange of
strikes or at some later juncture
the United States, too, might be
plunged into a nuclear holocaust.
The crux of the matter is that
this consideration, which might
be expected to discourage
deployment of the neutron bomb,
may possibly no longer prove
effective. For years the United
States has sought to establish a
worldwide network of sophis-
ticated tracking devices with a
view to locating and knocking
out Soviet nuclear submariners.
IF THIS system works,
Washington need no longer be so
fraid of a Soviet counter-strike
directed against the United
States as might otherwise have
heen the case.
The balance of terror would be
ailed into question, escalation
*ould no longer be so fraught
with danger and the risk inherent
deployment of the neutron
bomb would appear tolerably in
"ms of nuclear strategy.
One can of course argue that
all need never happen as long
the West is not attacked. This
ounda sensible, but it presup-
poses moderation, good will and
"wves of steel on all sides.
But there have already been
"NMtions in this country that
neutron bomb ought not first
be used after an attack and on
side of the bolder, but, in
ccordance with forward
QKy. on the other aide of the
a'JHAT IS perhaps worst
22 the neutron bomb and
*t aunilar innovation* in both
Jgand We* i. that public
"~" and reappraisal run
* to endeavors to prevent a
2*r catastrophe and reduce
,Probability of a holocaust by
401 f gradual disarmament.
^ Salt II talks, for instance,
attack corridors and nuclear
defense as though the Soviet
Union were about to attack Wes-
tern Europe at the first con-
venient opportunity.
Deterrents must, of course,
retain credibility, but there is
nothing to be sained bv trying to
bolster them by means which, in
point of fact, heighten the risks.
BY VIRTUE of the way in
which it has entered into debate
and planning the neutron bomb is
further jeopardizing the strained
atmosphere at arms limitation
and disarmament talks.
This is what makes it so dan-
gerous over and above moral
scruples, no matter how justified
they may be.
Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker
is probably right in his initial
surmise that the neutron bomb
"will make the probability of war
even more probable."
Dayan Prefers Vance
TEL AVIV (JTA) Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan finds
Secretary of State Cyrus Vance more straightforward to deal
with than was his predecessor, Henry Kissinger. Asked for an
assessment of the two, in an interview with Yediot Achronot,
Dayan said: "Mr. Vance deals with problems in a far sharper
and clearer way than Dr. Kissinger, less complicated and
sophisticated. With Mr. Vance you know exactly where you
stand. His word is a word. Dr. Kissinger, who is more com-
plicated, leaves openings and strings which can be grasped.
There is an incentive for parties to use these strings to proceed
further. That is not so with Mr. Vance. You have to give him a
yes or no."
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Bonn Denies Collaborative Role In Escape of Herbert Kappler
By JON FEDLER
BONN (JTA) The
West German government
has denied collaboration in
the escape of former Rome
Gestapo chief Herbert
Kappler from Italy to West
Germany and says it will
"carefully study" the
Italian government's
request for extradition.
In a statement ap-
parently intended to cool
rising foreign criticism of
its handling of the issue,
the government said it
"declared anew its respect
for the victims of the
shootings in the Ardeatine
Cave and its sympathy for
their relatives."
THIS REFERRED to the 335
Italian Jews and non-Jews who
were shot in 1941 on Kappler's
order in reprisal for a partisan
attack on Rome's SS
headquarters.
The statement added, "The
Federal government is convinced
that the Italian government's
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman J. Roberta
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to Everyone
For A Happy, Healthy New Year
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Wishes You a Prosperous, Healthy
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Wish you a very Happy New Year
May the sound of the Shofar
Herald a time of blessings of good health,
Good fortune, long life and
Happiness for this New Year.
Judge ft Mrs. C. Michael Shallo way
Karen and Mark
Mr. and Mrs.
Frank B. Thrasher
And Family
Extend best wishes to all for a
Most Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Rubin
and Family
New Year Greetings to Everyone
Mr. ft Mrs. Seymour Bellak
ft Family
A Happy and Proaperoua New Yearl
Judge ft Mrs. Hal J. Cohen
ft Mitchell
Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
Dr. & Mrs. Howard B. Kay
& Family
Wish Everyone A Happy New Year
THE RACHESKYFAMILY
Wish the Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy, Healthy ft Prosperous
New Year
Mr. ft Mrs. Joseph H. Lesser
Mr. ft Mrs. Shepard P. Lesser & Family
Wish the Entire Jewlah Community
A Moat Happy New Year
Mr. ft Mrs. Norman Barman
Alicia and Jay
Extend Best Wishes for A Happy New Year
attempts to clarify the cir-
cumstances of Kappler's escape
will confirm that there is no
ground for a cooling of the
friendly relationship between
both countries. Neither the
Federal government nor any of
its agencies were involved in the
preparation or execution of
Kappler's escape, which it only
learned about subsequently."
Through cooperation in the
European community and
NATO, West Germany-like
Italysought to "guarantee
Europe's peoples a future in
which the atrocities of the past
cannot recur," the statement
affirmed.
THE SPATE of criticism and
anti-German resentment that has
erupted especially in France,
Italy and Holland since the
escape last Monday is causing a
strong backlash here.
Not only is public opinion, as
expressed in past opinion polls
and in current media reporting,
solidly in sympathy with the 70-
year-old, cancer-ridden Kappler,
but the press in neighboring
countries is being accused of
whipping up anti-German feeling
out of resentment of Germany's
postwar successes and its current
dominant position in Europe.
In one typical reaction, a
Sunday night international
affairs program carried a
documentary on Japanese war
criminals active in contemporary
Japanese politics, asking why
this was not also condemned by
the world.
THE INFLUENTIAL weekly
.*, C*med a oovw tory on
"The Image of Evil German?" h
commented that the kidnapping
I'^S NMi wl?o had Z%
almost 30 years imprisonment
was once again conjuring UD
among foreigners the image of a
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Israeli Police Seeking Criminal Info
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-
Israeli police have contacted
recently several foreign police
services for information on Israeli
underworld figures sentenced in
those countries during the last
seven years.
The Israeli information request
came at the initiative of the
special commission appointed
earlier this month by Police
Inspector General Haim Tavori
to investigate organized crime in
Israel.
THE REQUEST was for-
warded through Interpol to
several police services both in
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Europe and the U.S. It was
apparently made as part of the
commission's effort to draw a
profile of the scope of organized
crime in Israel and its overseas
connections.
i
A separate investigation,
conducted by a senior police
officer, is looking into allegations
that a senior police officer served
as a double agent, supplying
organized crime in Israel with
highly secret information from
police headquarters
The allegations were made in
one of the articles carried almost
daily by HaareU on organized
crime in Israel.
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Wish A Happy Nsw Year To All
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Michael, Debora, Herbert ft Eileen
Wish A Happy New Year To All
Mr. ft Mrs. Burton Q. Sharif
Wish the Jewish Community A Happy
Healthy and Prosperous New Year
Philip and Gail Walnstaln ft Family
Extend Happy New Year Greetings
To The Entire Jewish Community
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A Happy ft Prosperous New Year
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ft Family
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ft Family
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ft Family
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ft Family
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Happiness and Peace
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Community
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SEPTEMBER 9
B'nai Torah Congregation Boca Raton Dedication of
Sanctuary 7:45p.m.
SEPTEMBER 10
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 8 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 11
B'nai B'rith Women Mitzvah 9 a.m.
Temple Beth El Men's Club
B'nai B'rith Lodge 3041 Lt. Col. Netanyahu 8:15
p.m.
SEPTEMBER 12
Women's American ORT Palm Beach Board
Women's American ORT Royal Palm Beach
SEPTEMBER 13
Rosh Hashanah
SEPTEMBER 14
Rosh Hashanah
Jewish Federation Executive Committee 8 p.m.
Temple Beth David Sisterhood Board 8 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 15
American Jewish Committee Board 4:30 p.m.
American Jewish Congress Board 12:30 p.m.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Board Noon
Free Sons of Israel 7 p.m.
Hadassah Yovel 1 p.m.
Hadassah Zhava 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT Region Board 9:30
a.m.
Women's American ORT Evening Board 8 p.m.
Temple Israel Men's Club Board 8 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 17
Women's American ORT Evening 8 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 18
Temple Beth Sholom Lake Worth Breakfast 9:30
a.m.
SEPTEMBER 19
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi 12:30 p.m.
Hadassah Shalom Noon
Hadassah Palm Beach Tikvah 12:30p.m.
Jewish Community Day School Board 8 p.m.
Jewish Family & Children's Service 7:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT North Palm Beach Board
- 9:45 p.m.
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood
United Order True Sisters Regular 12:30 p.m.
United Order True Sisters Board 10 a.m.
SEPTEMBER 20
B'nai B'rith Women' Menorah Board 10 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Women Tzedakah Board 8 p.m.
Hadassah Henr. Szold 1 p.m.
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary 408 1 p.m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood 12:30 p.m.
Temple Israel Board 8 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 22
Yom Kippur
Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem
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By LEONARD R. STRELITZ
U JA General Chairman
In this season of reckoning, let us
recognize that the security of Israel is
the security of all Israel. For as a new
year approaches, let us remember that
wherever we live, each Jew is respon-
sible, one to another. For today, through
community, conscience, tradition and
faith, Judaism has become an ode to life.
As we begin our 30th year of part-
nership with the people of Israel, let us
recall that a generation ago, beyond the
darkness was a new dawn. By sanc-
tifying life, by providing succor, the
Jewish lifeline worked, vesting life with
dignity and equality.
BUT AS we prepare to sound the great
Shofar for freedom, there are still
remnants of our people trapped in the
land of our enemiesin the Soviet
Union, in Syria for whom Jerusalem is
but a distant vision.
So as our day of remembrance ap-
proaches, let us all revere life. Let us
affirm that we are all givers and takers of
life. That we are Israel's rampart.
And in our partnership, as we prepare
for Campaign '78, let us have the
strength of our convictions.. .for con-
victions carry responsibilities for
assuring the continuity of our Jewish
lifeline.
THE YEAR 1978 will be a time of
testing for the Jewish people; but it will
also be a time of celebration. As it is
written: "At 30, one is ready for full
strength." This is our legacy; this is our
Jewish future.
So together, let us help turn swords
into plowshares, And let us pray for the
peace of Jerusalem.
r Rabbi Educated in Russian Underground -i
By DON ALTSHULER
Jewish Floridiaa
Staff Writer
While some young Jews would rather skip
Hebrew school and go to little league practice,
some young Soviet Jews have to sneak out a
Jewish education in the afternoon following
regular public school.
Rabbi Aaron Sirota, a 24 year-old Russian
immigrant now living in Miami, still speaks
carefully about the Russian underground where
he studied Judaism.
"WE HAD to go to public school from 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Afterwards we went privately to people's
houses to study being Jewish," he said. "We
would never go in pairs just in case someone
would be watching. We were never caught
because we covered it up well."
If people are caught in the underground, Sirota
said they would be put in jail after a false trial.
His grandfather spent 10 years in a Siberian jail
for religious observance.
"My grandfather told me it was cold, there was
little food and anti-semitism was worse from
I people in the jail than from those outside it," he
SIROTA SAID the underground is the only
way to get a Jewish education in Russia because
most of the synagogues are closed and there is no
place to get hold of Jewish literature. He said that
no one has been caught in the underground since
the end of the Stalin era.
Today Sirota is director of the Russian
Immigrant Assistance Project of Chabad House,
Florida Lubavitch Headquarters on Miami
Beach. He helps some 80 Soviet Jewish families in
South Florida to find jobs and deal with other
problems. He said that most of the immigrants,
are depressed when they get here.
"They have no direction, no knowledge. They
just know they are Jewish. We give them Jewish
identity to help them out. We also talked to
doctors who are serving them medically without
charge," he said.
SIROTA ALSO teaches an Adult Education
class and is starting a club for younger Soviet
Jews. He has helped get young Soviet Jews out of
public schools and into Yeahivas and day schools
in the area with the help of scholarship funds.
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Friday. *pumb 9,1977
Mann Auditorium Gala Set
ORGAN IZATIONALjSnFNE
Pianist Artur Rubinstein and
violinist Isaac Stern will be
among the participants in the
forthcoming concert to be per-
formed in Tel Aviv on the 20th
anniversary of the Fredric R.
Mann Auditorium.
Stem will be one of the soloists
with the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra on the evening of Oct.
15. Zubin Mehta will conduct.
Rubinstein will be chairman
and patron of the festive event.
The concert will be presented
before a capacity audience of
3,000 guests, including the
President of Israel, Ephraim
Katzir.
Evidence of massive stone
fortifications from the Israelite
period (9th-8th centuries BCE)
has been uncovered at Tel
Yoqne'am in the western Jezreel
Valley by a Hebrew University
Rnbenstein
Stern
Institute of Archaeology team in
its first season of excavations
there.
Three lines of fortified stont
walls that came into view during
exploratory cuts into the tel's
north and east side are larger
than other known fortifications of
the Israelite period, and testify to
the site's importance.
The six-week excavation,
headed by Prof. Amnon Ben Tor
and Dr. Renate Rosenthal, was
the first season of a regional
archaeological project in the
western Jezreel Valley, planned
to continue for five years. This
season's exploratory cuts have
yielded remains of a number of
periods.
Hadassah, the Women's
Zionist Organization of America,
which is the largest women's
voluntary organization in the
United States, raised over $29
million this year, it was an-
nounced tonight at the closing
session of the four-day 63rd
annual national convention
meeting at the New York Hilton
Hotel.
Frieda S. Lewis, of Great Neck,
N.Y., national treasurer, ex-
plained in her report that, even
though the 360,000 members
responsible for fund-raising
achieved a remarkable feat, in
light of the recession and in-
flation, Hadassah is forced to
achieve higher collections for
1977-78, because of higher costs
and increased services.
Harry Mereaman, of West-
chester, N.Y., is the new
chairman of the National Patrons
Society of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Mereaman, a recipient of the
Seminary's Louis Marshall
Medal and member of its Board
of Overseers, succeeds Oscar
Dane who will remain aa
honorary chairman of the
patrons.
A nine-member Jewish Labor
Committee delegation, headed by
JLC President Jacob Shelnkman,
who is also secretary-treasurer of
the Amalgamated Clothing and
Textile Workers' Union, left New
York on a two-week mission to
four European countries to renew
JIX ties with labor community
leaders it helped to rescue from
Nazism and those with whom it
worked in the anti-Nazi un-
derground.
The delegation is visiting
Germany, Austria, France and
Holland.
When Yeahiva University
opens the doors to its four
campuses in Manhattan and the
Bronx for its 92nd year this fall
it will mark the second year in
office for its new president. Dr.
Norman Lamm and the begin-
ning of a new era in teaching,
research and service to the
community.
Three leaders of the Iranian
Jewish community have arrived
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in New York in order to acquaint
American Jewry with the facts
about "the most ancient Jewish
community in the Diaspora.
The delegation consists of Mrs.
Shm' Hekmat, president of the
Iran Jewish Women's
Organization; Moueea Ker-
manian, secretary of the Iranian
Jewish Community; and Prof. I.
ULazari, chairman of the
Department of Pharmacology at
the U niversity of Teheran.
The delegation was hosted by
American Sephardi Federation
President Liliane Wlnn and
members of New York's Iranian
Jewish community at ASF
headquarters.
Avraham Kotaer, 44, has been
appointed director for the
Eastern Region of the Israel
Government Tourist Office based
in New York.
Kotzer replaces Yoram Golan,
former director for the Eastern
Region, as well as Zvi Dagan.
former director of the New York
Region, both of whom return to
Israel after the termination of
their term of duty in the United
States.
Dr. Arthur Flwnming, U.S.
commissioner on the aging and
former Sercretary of the
Department of Health,
Education and Welfare under
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religious organizations to "build
bridges between the nations
growing millions of elderly
persons and the services they
need to continue meaningful
lives.
Addressing the summer
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"The religious community has
the responsibility as well as the
opportunity", to keep their
dignity and sense of worth."
The election of Charlea
Rutenberg, of Belleair Bluffs,
Fla., to the board of governors of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion has been
announced by Dr. Jules Back-
man, board chairman.
The former chairman of the
U.S. Home Corporation of
Clearwater, Rutenberg is now
engaged as a private investor. He
is a member of the council of
advisors of the University of
South Florida and of the hospital
development committee and
council of the Morton F. Plant
Hospital in Clearwater.
Three major Jewish
organizations have called on
Secretary of Commerce Juanlta
Krepa to enforce the new federal
anti-boycott law strictly and to
plug potential loopholes in the
measure.
The American Jewish Com-
mittee, American Jewish
Congress, and Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith submitted
recommendations to the Com-
merce Department in a 149-page
analysis of the Export
Administration Amendments of
1977, which were passed by
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Before...
B'nai Torah Congregation will
dedicate its new sanctuary
during Sabbath evening services
on Friday, Sept. 9, at 7:46 p.m.
The sanctuary is part of
complete new synagogue com-
plex in Boca Raton.
B'nai Torah was founded three
and a half years ago by a dozen
families who felt the need for a
Conservative congregation in
Boca Raton. A year and a half
later, with 30 member families,
the congregation obtained the
services of Rabbi Nathan Zelizer.
A short time after planning for a
permanent building began. A
house and an adjacent vacant lot
were purchased. The Building
Committee, chaired by Donald
Glassman, developed plans for
the ahul and supervised con-
struction which began four
months ago.
THE NEW complex in-
corporates the existing house,
which was remodeled to provide
classrooms and kitchen facilities.
A 3,000 square foot sanctuary
offices, a lobby and restrooms
were added. The sanctuary area
will also serve as a multi-purpose
room for social and cultural
events.
B'nai Torah Congregation now
numbers about 100 member
vvmST>J,nd "a*?*"* rapidly.
With the completion of the new
building, a fall program of
rehgious, social, educational and
cultural events is planned for the
coming year.
The building opened for
traditional Selichot services on
Sept. 3 and the first Bar Mitzvah
was held in the building the
following Monday.
Dedication services will be
conducted by Rabbi Zelizer A
special program is planned with
many local dignitaries in at-
tendance The public is invited.
*or information call the
synagogue office.
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NEW YORK-(JTA)-Rep
resentatives of Pierre Card in in
the U.S. and Canada say reports
that the world-famous designer
bowed to Arab boycott pressures
and has withdrawn from business
in Israel are completely
groundless, a spokesman for
Cardin told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency.
North American companies
which are licensed to produce
Cardin-designed merchandise
here say that they have received
first-hand reports from Bagir, a
company sub-licensed to
manufacture Cardin men's
clothing in Israel, that its
representatives are meeting in
September with the designer and
his associates in Paris to discuss
future operations.
BAGIR HAS been sub-
licensed to manufacture Cardin
men's wear in Israel by the
House of Bril, a French firm
which holds the license to
produce and distribute Cardin
clothing in France and several
other countries including those in
the Middle East.

During the past week, a North
American licensee visiting Israel
met with executives of Bagir, the
Cardin spokesman said.
The Bagir representatives
pointed out that the license
agreement with Bril was due to
expire this year and had not been
renewed, a move which ap-
parently triggered a number of
negative reports concerning the
designer's business in Israel.
According to both Bagir and
Cardin representatives, the
scheduled September meeting in
Paris may determine whether
Cardin merchandise will continue
to be manufactured in Israel or
whether it will be exported from
France to Israel, as is done with
almost all other countries in the
Middle Fast.
CARDIN HAS said there is
every intention to continue to do
business in Israel, the spokesman
affirmed.
The fact that the present
agreement with Bagir is under
study is based purely on business
and economic considerations,
representatives my..
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labor Party
Further
ito Political
Troubles
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
I TEL AVIV-(JTA)-The La-
Party which ted the country
, 29 years has not yetthree
-lbs aftr it loat power to
tod-been able to emerge as an
ctive opposition party to the
,wnment of Prime Minister
Lachem Begin. Instead,
(ding Labor leaders are
noting more efforts to at-
ring former Defense Minister
on Peres, the leader of the
Alignment, than the Likud
eminent,
[initially, the Labor Alignment
have been in shock over its
pectid rejection by the
s. In addition it could not
._ out its tactics as an op-
ition party until it knew
Jhcther the Democratic
fcvement for Change would join
e government.
I BUT NOW that this is settled
Lpears that the real problem is
(continued struggle within the
nent. especially the Labor
irty itself. Yitzhak Ben
ron, the former Histadrut
ry general and long-time
fcic of the Labor establishment,
a Hakibutz Hameuchad
ting recently that he did not
ve that the Likud govern-
; would remain in office long,
i that Labor would not replace
Instead, he saw a new
bvement emerging.
|Ben Aharon, a leader of the
dut Haavodah faction in the
Party, said Likud was
ffering from the same ailment
[Labor, glorifying its leader. He
Labor had done this rather
i stressing Socialist Zionism.
(Foreign Minister Moshe
}jin. who was elected to the
, on the Labor Alignment
t, said he agreed to join the
government because the
or Party was moving away
i the viewpoint which he had
ys held and which was the
rity belief, to a view closer to
t of Mapam, its partner in the
ent.
I IN AN interview with Yediot
\kronot, Dayan said another
on for his joining the Likud
nent was the negative
He of the Labor Party
I him which continued even
r Peres was elected chairman
|the Party.
meanwhile, has also
under attack from former
Minister Yitzhak Rabin
former Foreign Minister
Allon. Rabin told Davar
fhe does not accept Peres as
[party's leader. Allon blames
for the Labor defeat,
ng it was not caused by the
dais in the Labor govern-
p but because the Align-
P1' platform was not suf-
Mly different from Likud.
1 reply to his critics, Peres
that the opposition to him
Personal and not based on
8y- He said Labor could
*m back the electorate's
** >f it cleaned its house
[atrruption and scandals and
(toned borrowed ideologies.
o^Clalism a denved from
Biblical heritage, not from
^ nd Lenin," Peres declared.
If THIS. Ben Aharon replied.
TV" all commanded to make
-wee to the chairman. This
borrowed from Maoist
, r?y- Ben Aharon said
J*"* of the Labor Party
two decades ago when
l*KSni "n coinPromied
have to escape from this
Pi and corrupting Social
J*J9 Prty which has
J*? the rule of money and
m laraeli society." ha
Two Israeli Dignitaries
Praise Operation Alef Bet
On Friday evening, Sept. 90, Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach will officially open "Operation Alef Bet," a community-
wide program to promote "Hebrew literacy among residents of
the Palm Beach County Jewish community." The following are
two letters, received recently by Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev,
congratulating him on the institution of the program.
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Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Temple Beth-El
Weet Palm Beach, Fla.
Dear Rabbi Bar-Zev,
.Many thanks for your letter of 1 July telling me about
'Operation Alef Bet" which Temple Beth-El is undertaking this
fall.
I need not tell you how important an endeavor this is. Among
the things which has kept the Jewish people together through
2,000 years of dispersion, a knowledge of the Hebrew language
ranks yery high. It has been the vehicle of our prayers and our
people's deepest yearnings. Everything meaningful in our
tradition and heritage, whether it be in the synagogue or in the
home, revolves round a knowledge of Hebrew. Indeed, Jewish
tradition is unthinkable without Hebrew.
Beyond that, there is still another dimension. With the revival
of Hebrew as a spoken language, and the gradual disappearance
of Yiddish, the importance of Hebrew for Jews everywhere has
greatly increased. Once more it is the language of the Jewish
people; once more it is the living link between Israel and the
Jews of the Diaspora.
I can only wish you, therefore, all success in your project.
Yours sincerely,
Chaim Herzog
Israel's Ambassador to
the United Nations
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Temple Beth El
West Palm Beach, Florida
Dear Dr. Bar-Zev,
How could any reaction other than enthusiastic approval be
evoked by your plan for "Operation Alef Bet" in the Palm
Beaches?
From the Office of the President of Israel we send sincerest
wishes for your success and for many further, more complex
steps towards true Hebrew literacy.
Sincerely,
Shulamit Nardi
Assistant to the President
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
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585-5020
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Nazi Hunted Down at Ford Co.
WASHINGTON-The Civil
suit filed in a Federal District
Court in Cleveland Aug. 24 -.to
revoke the U.S. citizenship of a
57-year-old Ford Motor Company
mechanic for alleged atrocities at
the Treblinka Concentration
Camp in Poland during World
Jewish delegation led by Bi
Alain de Rothschild. After the
meeting the two sides described
the discussions as "cordial and
frank."
The Prime Minister invited the
delegation to lunch at his official
War II marks the seventh such
case brought by the U.S.
Government against suspected
Nazi war criminals in this
country.
John Demjanjuk, born in the
Ukraine and a resident of the
U.S. since 1962 is accused of the
atrocities while serving as a
guard at the death camp.
Demjanjuk, according to an
affidavit filed by the U.S.
Immigration and Naturalization
Service, is said to have used
swords to push Jews into gas
chambers and stabbed or cut off
parts of bodies of Jews before
pushing them into the chambers.
Demjanjuk and the other six
face deportation suits if the
government is successful in
revoking their citizenship.
PARIS The French
Government has renewed its
dialogue with France's half
million Jews as Premier Raymon
Barre played host to a five-man
residence, Hotel Matignon. A
similar delegation was en-
tertained by President Valcry
Giacard d'Eataing, last spring at
the Elysee Palace
WASHINGTON-Syrian
President Hafez Aaaad'a in-
timation that the Arab League
might substitute for the
Palestine Liberation
Organization as the represen-
tative for the Palestinians at a
Geneva Conference is not con-
sidered a new idea, the State
Department said.
When the question of the Arab
League was raised at a briefing,
State Department spokesman
Hodding Carter said that "A
number of proposals" have been
brought forward regarding the
participants at Geneva
As for Assad's long interview
with an American i newsman
published here, Carter said "The
department is interested in the
interview.."
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"We read it. obviously" but
the department "has no reaction
to it," he said.
JERUSALEM-The Knesset
was to interrupt its summer
recess to convene in special
session on Thursday at the
Government's request, to hear a
policy statement by Foreign
Minister Moahe Dayan.
Dayan's statement would be
followed by a scheduled four-hour
debate.
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, who was to be back from
Rumania by then, is expected to
renew his efforts to push through
a resolution supported by all
Krties other than the
mocratic Front for Peace
(RAKAH) reiterating Israels
refusal to talk to FLO.
AMSTERDAM-(JTA)-
Four witnesses from the Soviet
Union have arrived here to testify
in the trial of Pieter Menten
which will be resumed Thursday.
Three are Ukrainians from the
village of Podhorodze where
Menten allegedly committed
mass murders July 7, 1941, and
one is a Jew who lived in the
village of Uryce at the time of the
mass murders there Aug. 27,
1941.
700 Aussie Jewish Students
Protest Soviet Dance Group
BySAMLIPSKI
MELBOURNE (JTA> The visiting Soviet R. i
Dance Company was greeted by a demonstration of 7on i: .
students protesting on behalf of Soviet Jewry. ewi8h
The protest here followed a demonstration three we*.ko
in Sydney when the Russian dancers arrived on ?
concert tour. a nat,on"
THE AUSTRALIAN Union of Jewish Student, j .
Australian Campaign for Soviet Jewry are raSBd
strations during the tour in every capital city to drwraiwu!!'
to the lack of cultural freedom in the Soviet Union and ^
recent increase in arrests of Soviet Jews.
A spokesman for the demonstrators, Rabbi Ellis Sultanik
said the demonstrations were particularly important at a time
when an Australian parliamentary committee was preparine to
hold hearings on the problems of human rights in the Soviet
Union.
THE HEARINGS, due to commence in October are e
pected to include personal testimony from leading Jewish and
non-Jewish dissidents who have left the Soviet Union in 2
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Community Center Presents
, Git Step for the
Tom. at the Jewieh Com-
ij Center. Every member
flews membersJup. and all
Jnbera who join on that
"ui have an opportunity to
\a impression m the freshly
iLcement on the new patio
E JCC. Zdda Pincourt.
erson of the Membership
Jrtee of the JCC, urges all
Uups to participate in this
Vgether. Chai Chib Mem-
hmilv members, Ravakot
Ra'vakim members,
-Krs families with pre-
'Ls' 2nd Tuesday of the
tth Club, Widows and
Lers. Ulpan students and
per program families can
. a foot or hand imprint for
r membership taken on that
I or prior to it for the current
I 1977-78. Participants in
Iprograms who live in Delray
U Boynton Beach, Boca
fn' Stuart, Jupiter, Juno
h North Palm Beach, Royal
a Beach, Palm Beach Gar-
. and Palm Beach can also
.part. The patio, designed by
, Rubin will be used as a play
Bd for the new Pre-School
I Diy Program at the Jewish
munity Center. Refresh-
nswill be served by members
bevarious groups of the JCC.
t Jewish Community Center
announced that Fred
jtone and Arthur Gladstone
[become Founder Members
* Jewish Community Center.
ir continued support, along
j the other Founders of the
toh Community Center is
fully acknowledged. The
Founder Members now
de the following persons:
dett Berman, Grace Brissel,
and Mrs. Robert Burger,
1 Gorfinkel, Mr. and Mrs.
.,j Kraft, Irvin Larner, Mr.
[Mrs. Henry Pariaer, Robert
Upaport, Dr. and Mrs.
iard Sabarra, Janette
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latron members will also leave
ortant mark in the cement
! new patio when they renew
membership. Among the
i members are: Judge and
[ Stanley Fuld, Dr. and Mrs.
Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
i. Mr and Mrs. Irwin Levy,
and Mrs. Joseph Molat,
Pincourt, Dr. and Mrs.
vin Rosenberg. In addition,
or Members are Dr. and
Thomas Davidoff, Dr. and
John Merey and Alan J.
SENIOR NEWS
PC-CSSC Transportation
w, made possible by funds
federal Grant, Title III of
[Older American Act, ad-
^ed by the Gulfstream
we Council on Aging with
W,]f the umbrella
y. and the 14 passenger
Provided by Jewish
n, has brought the
^ back into the lives of
1 many older adults. During
I Pt seven month it has
seniors to physicians,
* hospitals, nursing
*. social service centers.
tJIUs8 and food "hP-
'<* service transports
W years and cider, who
M designated area and who
Pus't disadvantaaed. Call
fas
sMi
%
689-7700 and ask for tran-
sportation.
The CSSC is calling all
volunteer drivers to form a corps
of back-up drivers to fulfill
special transportation needs that
the bus cannot handle. Join the
"Drivers Who Care Club."
Citizens Information is
available. Find the answer to
your problem at the JCCCSSC,
call 689-7700 and ask for I & R.
Volunteers continue to work
during the summer on special
events, specific assignments,
mailings, clerical work.
programming.etc. The JCC is an
RSVP station.
HEALTH
Glaucoma testing at the JCC
will be a monthly event. Forty-
five persons had their eyes tested
on Aug. 24. This is the second
time the Palm Beach County
Health Department has provided
this service free of charge at the
JCCCSSC. The next one is
scheduled for Sept. 21 from 1:30
to 3:30 p.m. The Health
Department will also make
Hypertension Screening
available at the CSSC on Sept. 19
from 1 to 4 p.m.
E. Klein, D.D.S.
"Ple*$ed to announce
* opening of hit office
, the practice of
'""ml Dentistry
at
Bovnton Mais
PJ North CongreM Avenue
^on Beach, Florida 33435
I'ltph,,*, 737-1600
\yf*t Hnun by Appomlmrml
Consult Your Doctor, a series
of weekly lectures by practicing
physicians in the area will begin
Oct. 6. Jean Gross, chairman, has
set up a program on various
health subjects. Mrs. Ciross has
announced that Dr. Bruce
Moskowitz will be the first
speaker.
Classes: The first 10-week
session of the Writer's Workshop
Class ended with a birthday
celebration for Instructor Frank
Bostwick, cake donated by
Esther and Joe Molat. JCC
Seniors will return to school in
October. Adult and Community
Education has provided in-
structors to teach five classes
with no fee to students. Classes
are as follows: Monday, Oct 10
from 9 a.m. until noon, Oil
Painting; Monday, Oct 10 from 1
to 3 p.m., Writers Workshop;
Wednesday, Oct. 12 from 1 to 3
p.m., Know Your Community
Agencies; Thursday, Oct 13 from
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
Challenges of Every Day Living;
Friday, Oct. 14 from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m., Modern Topics. Classes
meet for ten sessions. Call Gail
Weinstein 689-7700.
Second Tuesday Club. Sam
Rubin, president and Marion,
treasurer, the leaders of this Club
since its inception, have planned
all summer along with a group of
seniors. The Senior Board met for
brunch on Tuesday, Aug. 30 to
formulate the coming program.
The next fund-raising event will
be a Brunch and Card Party on
Sunday, Sept. 25, 11:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., $2.50 per person.
Purchase tickets from Sam
Rubin, 686-9592 at the JCC
office.
Contribute household items,
clothes, treasures or trinkets to
the JCC. The Seniors are having
another Flea Market Garage Sale
in December and are already
collecting merchandise. Eli
Finkelstein will be helping Sam
Rubin to collect donated items.
Come to a birthday party on
Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. The
Second Tuesday Club is two-
years-old. Everyone is welcome.
Admission 50c. Refreshments.
The JCC Shuttle Bus to Miami
is almost full. "See Miami on
Your Own" is another fun fund
raising event.
The Bus will leave the JCC on
Wed. Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. for
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach and
will return at 6 p.m. JCC
members $4.50, non-members
$5.50. Reservations must be
made in advance. Call Sam Rubin
686-9592.
"Trade and Save" with Lillian
Elovitz on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Contribute to the Coupon Bank
and take out what you can use.
Chai Membership Chairman,
Esther and Joe Molat have been
planning the monthly events for
Chai Members. Become a 1977-78
Chai Member for $18.
The CSSC will exhibit pain-
tings and other art work of Senior
artists in our community. The
first exhibit "* *b.-unity.' The'
artists in the fgSSTSbm, is
open on weekdays 9-5 p.m.
The Hospitality Corner is
always open at the CSSC.
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2415 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 3340-'
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By RV BBI IRVING B. COHEN
Temple Israel
Weat Palm Beach
.. It happened again. This time I
had travelled clear across the
country, from coast-to-coast, to
attend the annual conference of
my colleagues. Just as before, we
sat at the feet of our masters and
teachers like neophyte students,
hoping for wisdom, hoping for
inspiration, whoping for renewed
strength.
But the talk was of matters too
far removed, too pedantic and
narrow. The scholarly erudition
was there. My friends from
youthful years proved them-
selves worthy of their esteemed
titles, professor and doctor, but
they simply could not touch my
own inner spirit. They could not
arouse a flame or a fire. They
could not make me come alive
again, with that verve and drive
and sentimental passion that I
need so desperately, after the
pragmatic trivia of another year's
home town encounters has
dampened my ardor and cast a
pall upon my whole being.
I DOUBT that you can ever
quite understand, that no matter
how modern, how rational, how
down-to-earth a rabbi may ap-
pear, no matter how many years
of routine fight and struggle he
has endured, each rabbi
nonetheless remains a unique
individual, who simply cannot be
compared to others in the
community.
A rabbi is always just a little
bit different, because deep inside
he is held captive by his own
spiritual essence, that evanescent
fragment of his being that once
heard in youth the outcry of his
people, and felt in long years
gone b\ the summons of the Lord
to follow the byways of the
religious life. And though that
spiritual essence wavers and
weaken- through all the harried
years ot faithful combat, it never
disappears. The spirit remains
the focus and the axis of a rabbi's
total being, and it needs to be
nurtured, its spark rekindled, if a
rabbi even hopes to carry on. And
that is why I go to these rabbinic
conferences, in simple search of
the single moment of sentient
inspiration that makes it all
worthwhile, the constant buf-
feting in the stormy seas of
Jewish life. And so, here I was,
sitting and listening and hoping
for something special.
The President of the thousand
member Reform Rabbinate was
giving his annual oration,
profound, yes, but pompous all
the same. The seemingly endless
words were droning in my ears,
annoying and void of meaning
until, all of a sudden, he stopped
speaking for himself and started
quoting one of the illustrious
sages of our own time. And that
was it. I knew it was happening
again. A poet might say that his
own soul began to soar, reaching
toward the vaunted heights. But
however you describe it, the
message was getting through,
piercing deep inside with a touch
of inspiration, rekindling at last
the spark, lighting the fire,
providing the magic warmth to
carry me forward through
another year.
THE QUOTE was from Simon
Rawidowicz, whom I did not
know even as you do not know.
How sad for both, that such a
giant should have walked among
us and we never knew him. In
four separate lands and in four
separate languages, he had
poured out the wisdom of our
people. From the school house in
Hialy stock to the campus of
Brandeis, he taught and wrote o
Jewish genius, and of the
wonderment of the people of
Israel in the eternal flow of time
and history.
Candlelit*
Time
7:14
26ELUL5737
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A New Year's Message
By RABBI EMANUEL EISENBERG
Temple Beth Sholom
Lake Worth, Florida
The significance of the High Holy Days differs from all other Jewish
holidays in that they are not associated with any historical event in
the history of Judaism, nor is the theme agricultural in observance as
are all other festivals.
The 10 days, beginning with Rosh Haahanah and concluding with
Yom Kippur, are known as Yamin Norasam the days of Penitence.
In s very basic sense this period is considered the most personal of the
Jewish hobdaye. directing its message to the cwnmunity of Israel, the
individual, requiring that he or she search the inner being, values, Inn
sty te and relationship to mankind.
THESE noble values which came down to as through the Ten
Cbbbbbbbbbb* are held up as a yardstick by which the individual can
measure his own conduct and responsibilities to mankind.
The New Year dawns at a point in time when there is much in the
balance for Israel's rotors. Let us mouth our prayers (or BntgYUroal
from the depths of our souls with an intensity that cannot but reach
the Almighty.
It is also a time when we should consider those suffering un-
fortunates in Russia and elsewhere, **/<*'ji^JP^ZH
and hope and pray that the meaning and need for understanding and
bortherry love will soon come into being.
HOPEFULLY these feelings and prayers for the New Year will be
reflected in the tenor and fabric of our everyday Hves.
Msy the New Year bring health, happiness, snd good tidings to the
community. _______^_^_^__^__^__^^^__
But I was hearing his words for
the first time now, in the shadow
of the Pacific which he had never
seen, through the lips of a
student he had never met. Still
the grandeur of his words could
not be diminished, and I think
that you will understand and
sense the same awesomeness
along with me.
If you would know who you
are, says Rawidowicz, then know
that you are a fragment of eternal
Israel, of "Israel, the ever-dying
people." Like none other in
existence, we Jews have died a
hundred times, from the first of
days even unto the present. More
than 3,000 years ago, when we
were scarcely born, the Egyptian
warlord of that time conquered
us, and then wrote down for
posterity, "Israel is desolate. Its
seed is no more."
OUR VERY own prophets
condemned and proclaimed our
death a dozen times themselves,
each prophet expecting himself to
be the last. Two commonwealths
of Israel rose, only to be over-
come and vanquished by the
enemy. The Roman Arch of Titus
emblazoned the message,
"Jerusalem is Conquered." The
lands of Iberia sentenced us to
death by expubion. Every nation
of Europe put us to the stake.
The Nazi hordes boasted of the
final solution. Russia tried to
dissipate us into a monolith.
Even now, a hundred million
Arabs pose in threat against the
third Jewish commonwealth, the
seeming last of our hopes.
It is a phenomena that has no
parallel in mankind's history: a
people ever dying, a nation
disappearing constantly for the
last 3,000 years, exterminated in
dozens of lands all over the globe,
reduced to half or third its
population by tyrants ancient
and modern. And yet it still
exists. It falls and it rises again.
It loses all its possessions, only
to re-equip itself for a new start,
snatching triumph from the jaws
of each defeat.
And what is the reason, that
Israel, this ever dying people,
lives on? What is it that, during
this very season of holiness,
speaks to us of how our faith and
people shall again survive,
through these most grievous
years of our own lifetime? What
is my role and what is your role in
this survival process? What can
we do? How can we matter?
WE SHALL matter, each one
of us, when we learn to proclaim,
as the Talmud has directed
throughout the millenia, D'Ika
Ana. When Jewish existence is
threatened, when Jewish learning
is threatened, when Jewish virtue
is threatened, when benevolence
is threatened, when the
synagogue is threatened, then is
it incumbent upon you to cry out,
D'Ika Ana. You become the vary
key to survival no matter the
overwhelming power of the
adversary, when you stand in the
presence of your brother or alone
in your solitude and declare with
understanding, "Israel my people
shall not die, D'Ika Ana. for I am
still here."
strength, to insure the survival of
our faith and people. Though the
people of Israel be ever dying,
though the faith of Israel seem
destined to dissipate in thin air,
yet shall they live on, through
you, and because of you, when
you say, "I am still here."
Rawidowicz bespeaks the moat
genuine sentiments of this holy
season, that cries out to men and
women of Jewish faith to find
themselves, to understand
themselves, to proclaim them-
selves. You too will have cap-
tured the Jewish essence for
yourself, when you are able to
declare in good conscience, from
the depth of your being, "I too
know thst the morrow is not
hopeless, for my faith and for my
people, because I am still here
today. D'Ika Ana, it is up to me.
I count, in the unfolding glory of
Israel, and I shall not ever
withhold my measure of strength
or my portion of service. A
fragment of Jewish survival rests
in my own being, and I shall not
ever fail of faithful response."
Redemption is not alone in the
power of the heights of the
heavens. Redemption lias equally
in your own hands. Each one of
you has his own way, his own
power, his own ability, hie own
M mm)
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Tire Co. Admits Cutting Israel Ties
v JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON -
[A)-The General Tire
Rubber Company has
and Jewish
with Israel
companies.
U.S. Government and
Congressional sources told
the Jewish Telegraphic
owledged that it ended Agency that prosecution of
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business relations with
Bel and paid an in-
jiediary with the Arab
yme $150,000 to get off
Arab blacklist of
siness concerns dealing
Carter Repeats
Settlement Jabs
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-
fesident Carter has reiterated
bat he considered the establish-
ment by Israel of settlements on
West Bank as "illegal" and
"obstacle to peace" but
lared he will not "pressure"
Jewish State to reverse its
tttlement policy.
Carter's comments were made
his press conference in
esponse to a question as to
rhether the U.S. plans to do
wre than express "concern"
bout the recent moves by the
pvernment of Prime Minister
lenachem Begin in the West
lank.
THE PRESIDENT noted that
his Administration as well as
revious ones have considered
the West Bank, the Golan
leights and the Gaza Strip as
ipied territory and that all
ttlements established in any of
lose places by Israel are in
lation of Geneva conventions
d "illegal." He said the U.S.
s pointed out to the Begin
ivemment that its recent
nouncement of establishing
re settlements on the West
also "creates an obstacle to
ace." He said he felt this
Dnishment was "sufficient."
Carter also pointed out that he
pis assured by the Begin
pvernment privately as well as
i public statements made by the
Israelis that these settlements
fill not be permanent but are in
eas that will be included in
tgotiations for a final Middle
st peace settlement.
PRESSED AGAIN as to
phether this was all he planned
[0 do about the West Bank
ptkrnents. Carter replied,
Ibviously we can exert pressure
Israel in other ways, but I
e no intention of doing so."
I a related development,
was described yesterday
indifferent to "goads" from
commentators who are
sting he pit his power
wnst Israel for its West Bank
tons and refusal to have any
clings with the Palestine
eration Organization.
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the company was unlikely
inasmuch as its actions
took place when U.S. legal
restraints were not in effect
as they are at present under
legislation adopted three
months ago.
WHILE U.S. officials in-
dicated the company's payments
and severance of ties with an
Israeli company is the first
detailed report of such com-
pliance with the boycott by
payoffs to intermediaries or
providing pro-Arab favors, it
came as no surprise to specialists
here familiar with the boycott
and its practices.
"I suspect we would have to
assume any company that got off
the list did so by undertaking a
campaign and very likely has
been involved in payments, if not
directly, then indirectly," a
specialist told JTA.
"Who is put on or taken off the
Arab blacklist has been
somewhat of a secret for the past
two years and only spotty in-
formation was available before
1975," he added. "Nevertheless,
it has been known for some time
that paying to get off the list and
lobbying for the Arabs were
among the ways."
The U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC)
directed the tire company last
year to file a report in con-
junction with the settlement of a
civil suit involving alleged
misuse of corporate funds, such
as illegal payments to foreign
officials and illegal contributions
in American political campaigns.
At the SEC, an official in-
dicated that since the company
has now complied with the decree
for the settlement, that could be
considered the end of the case.
THE TIRE firm's involvement
was summarized as follows:
in
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In 1963, it sold its interest in the
Israeli firm but continued a
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In 1969, it began negotiations
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affiliate $50,000 as a retainer and
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