Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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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.
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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Combining "OUR VOICE" and FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
|olume4 Number 6
Palm Beach. Florida Friday. March 24, 1978
Price 36 Cents
Federation Honors Israeli Ambassador
Uncharitable View
Of Sadat Effort
| Jewish Floridian News Feature
There are some observers who
Btill refuse to give credence to the
Vnwar Sadat visit to Jerusalem
a genuine effort at achieving
i.!< in the Middle East.
In their view, what Sadat
sally has in mind is to minimize
srael military in the north as a
itential source of attack at the
same time that he turns his
at i em ion westward on Libya and
ts leader, whom he has called a
madman," and on whom he
cently waged war.
BE THAT as it may, ever since
le seized power in the 1969
military coup, Libya's military
trongman Col. Muammar
Jadaffi has remained obsessed
rith the allure of promoting his
lage as a "twentieth century
evolutionary intellectual re-
Drmer."
He first attempted promoting
iis image in 1973 when he an-
3unced his "third international
oeory" intended to illuminate
ivemment leaders on how to
dopt a "new type" of adminis-
rativp system that was "as
et ached from the dread ways of
apitalism as from Moscow's
oulless communism."
But Qadaffi himself has given
Libya one of the most overt cases
of state capitalism while the
country has fallen prey to Soviet
military domination. Yet, despite
his obvious lack of success,
Qadaffi has continued to chum
out new political theories, the
latest being to completely decen-
tralize authority in the country.
HIS ATTEMPTS to hand over
power to the people have been
met with mixed feelings. Over the
last two years, Libyans have
shown only luke-warm en-
thusiasm for Qadaffi's Popular
Committees which, in turn, elect
the all-powerful General People's
Congress.
The main reason is that despite
Qadaffi's attempts at reform, real
power still remains in the hands
of the Revolutionary Command
Council, ministers and some
influential businessmen.
"All that has changed since the
1969 revolution," says a young
Libyan student, "is the clique at
the Palace. In Libya, there is still
nothing approaching popular
consensus," reflecting an at-
titude that Qadaffi is determined
Continued on Page 15
The Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County has chosen Chaim
Herzog, Israel's ambassador to
the United Nations, as the recip-
ient of its partnership award. The
award, the first of its kind, will be
presented at a cocktail-reception
to be held at The Breakers on
March 28 on behalf of the 1978
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
'We know this award will
become a tradition in Palm Beach
County," stated Alan L.
Shulman, General Campaign
chairman. "This award recog-
nizes individuals who have dedi-
cated themselves to improving
the quality of life of the Jewish
people and signifies our partner-
ship with the State of Israel. The
words and deeds of Ambassador
Herzog." Shulman continued,
"are representative of the noblest
of Jewish expression and we are
privileged to present him with
this significant honor."
IN ISRAEL, Herzog served in
various command and staff posts
in the Defense Forces. Twice
director of military intelligence
(1948-50; 1959-62), he is con-
sidered an architect of that
branch of service. He was corn-
Continued on Page 6
In Common Capitalist Cause
PM Smears Jewish Medies
LONDON A statement attributed to Dom
Mintoff. Malta's Prime Minister, attacking
London Jewish doctors, was sharply criticized by
Iord Fisher, president of the Board of Deputies,
at the Board's meeting here.
Lord Fisher said he had written to Mintoff,
seeking to confirm that he had made the state-
ment in the Maltese Parliament but Mintoff
had not replied.
THE PRIME MINISTER was quoted as
saying: "We know that in London there are
Jewish doctors inciting against us because they
know that we support the Arab cause and are
going to have a truly Socialist health scheme
which they do not want in Europe.
We also know that many of the Jews who
want to keep the capitalist system in power are
helping you because you told them that we here
are becoming Communist. Some of them are
members of the British Medical Association."
Mintoff's statement, Lord Fisher said, was
aimed at Maltese doctors.
HE WENT ON: "His action arises from his
deep dispute with the medical profession in
Malta, and I say categorically that I am satisfied
after inquiry that his statement about Jewish
doctors is completely and utterly untrue. Min-
toff's words are an impertinence.
"Members of the Board should know that the
record of Malta in the United Nations has been
Continued on Page 16

A Message to the Community
By ALAN L. SHULMAN
General Campaign Chairman
While participating in a mission to Israel in
August. 1 met with Prime Minister Menachem
Hegin, and made a personal pledge to him that we
here in Palm Bench County would carry on.the
most dynamic and successful campaign in the
history of this community.
At the opening of our 197H campaign, we
established a $: million goal. This goal can only
he reached by active participation and COO-
tributinns from all of us. We can no longer sit by
>nd expect our neightwirs to do their share
ourselves have not made OUT <>wn personal com-
mitments.
THIS Tuesday evening. March 28, the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County will hoal a
cocktail-reception at The Breakers with the
Honorable Chaim Herzog. Israel's Amlwssador
to the United Nations. Participatkm in this event
requires a minimum contribution of $1.(M>0 to the
1078 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
This major fund-raising reception W an Oppor-
tunity tor the Jewish community of Palm Beach
County to demonstrate its partkpation in the
unique partnership that binds Jews around the
world
Five thousand years after the beginning of
recorded Jewish history and thirty years after the
beginning of recorded Jewish history and thirty
years after the rebirth ol the State of Israel. Jews
still struggle against oppression, and continue to
strive to meat their growing needs in communities
around the work! Recent events dramatically
demonstrate that while Israel's neighbors still
talk peaca t heir actions shed Jewish Mood
AS GENERAL Campaign chairman, I am
heartened by the fact that we are running what
appears to be a highly successful fund raising
effort I lowever. the drama! k increase of Jewish
population in our county has made our task an
overwhelming one when coupled with the respon-
sibilities of overseas Deeds to which we must
equally respond
Ambassador Herzog once slated. We in Israel
Alan L. Shulman
have endeavored to create a society which strives
to implement the highest ideals of society -
political, social and cultural for all the inhab-
itants of Israel, irrespective of religious belief,
race, or sex .". Do we have arty right to ask
less of ourselves than our brethren in the State of
Israel'.'
Now that we are in the final phase of this year's
campaign, let us show the world that we stand
together The people of Israel can only negotiate
lor paaee il they are dealing from a position of
strength It is only through our efforts that they
will have the quality ol lite necessary to help them
sustain their purpose
WE NEED your help to make this a most
successful and significant event in our com-
munity. Il is imperative that we in Palm Beach
County show our support and solidarity during
this crucial period in Jewish history and I ask
your personal involvement as a commitment to
this noble endeavor.


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The.Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, March 24

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The principle of freedom as a basic
human right had a beginning.lt was
established more than 4000 years ago
at the dawn of recorded history.
It's reaff irmat ion is found in
the story of Noah.
In Genesis X.6,a statement is
written that reveals humanity's
destiny is to be free.
"In the image of God made He
man."
God is infinite,unlimited.God
cannot be oppressed.To create Man in
that image proclaims freedom as a
God-given right belonging to humanity
for all time to come.
The rabbis and sages of Israel
amplified this great declaration into a
code of Morality that has been at the
core of Jewish values throughout his-
tory.lt asserts the native dignity of
each individual irrespective of race,
creed.color and sex.And it declares
freedom an inalienable human right.
The Sabbath I Day of Freedom l ,in
one of its many themes,is a continuing
expression of Jewish dedication to the
cause of human f reedom.For centuries,
the Sabbath has been a weekly-recurring
protest against slavery and oppression;
a timeless reaffirmation of faith that
has sustained Jews as a free people
throughout history.
As Jews raise their wine cups to
recite the Kiddush prayer that wel-
comes in this most important day in
Jewish life,they evoke their ancient
tradition of freedom and declare tyr-
anny a deadly sin against the very
universe.
Today.as the struggle for freedom
is being waged in many places around
the world.the importance of the Sab^
bath grows as an evocation of a 4000
year old tradition of freedom.dignity
and justice.Divinely ordained as eter-
nal principles for ail mankind to follow.
The character and destiny of the
Jewish people were forged upon this
ideal.
It is the bedrock of democratic
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tion for Thomas Jefferson as he wrote
the Declaration of Independence 40
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3
With the '
Organizations
BRANDEIS
UNIVERSITY
The Palm Beach East Chapter
of Brandeis University Women's
Committee will hold its spring
luncheon Wednesday, April 5 at
noon at Bernards in Boynton
Beach. Program will feature a
musicana review and an informal
fashion show. Contact Mildred
Tunick for reservations.
IV N AI B'RITH
Boynton Beach Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will hold an
installation of officers and paid-
up membership luncheon
Thursday, April 6 at noon at the
Challenger Country Club in Lake
Worth. Mrs. Harry Ornstein will
be the installing officer. Contact
building captains for reser-
vations.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Temple Beth David of Nor-
thern Palm Beach County will
I hold a Passover dessert seder at
[Westminster Presbyterian
I Church Annex on Saturday,
I April 22 at 8 p.m. Rabbi Hyman
Fishman and Cantor Nicholas
] Fenekal will officiate. There will
be the full reading from the
iHaggadah. Contact the temple
I office for reservations.
HADASSAH
The Palm Beach County
I chapter of Hadassah will present
la book review on April 11. Libby
[Green will review Abba Eban:
lAn Autobiography. The meeting
I will be held at the West Palm
Beach Public Library on
I Clematis Street at 1 p.m.
The chapter will be holding its
lannual Yad Z'hava (Golden
] Hands) luncheon Wednesday,
[April 12, Thursday, April 13, and
]Friday, April 14 at noon at the
[Challenger Country Club in Lake
IWorth.
The Chai Group of Hadassah
twill celebrate Hadassah Assoc-
iate Day, Monday, March 27 at
12:30 p.m. with the installation
of three husbands of members of
the group. The installation will be
presided over by Helen Smith,
chairman of Palm Beach County
Chapter Associates of Hadassah.
Jack Cook, Louis Glasser. and
George Vassil are the installees.
Hostesses will be Jean Glasser,
Lee Vassil and Annette Cook.
The meeting will be held at the
Challenger Country Clubhouse,
Poinciana Place.
The Bat Gurion group of
Hadassah is holding a cocktail
party honoring life members and
associates at the home of Rhonda
Paston in Lake Worth from 8 to
10 p.m. Sunday, March 26.
The group will hold its second
annual International Night at
Temple Israel, Saturday, April 15
at 8 p.m. The theme of the night
will be "The French Connection."
A French menu and French
review will be highlighted as well
as a band and dancing. Barbara
Chane is chairman.
On Sunday, April 16, Yovel
Hadassah will join with other
organizations at the Palm Beach
Mall for the Charity Day sale.
Donations of hand-crafted items
and home-baked goods and
plants will be accepted.
The group is planning a trip
May 3 6 to Bok Tower, Busch
Gardens and Spongerama and
Weeki Wachi Springs. For reser-
vations, contact Frieda Brum or
Lillian Meyers.
ANSHEISHOLOM
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood will
hold its next board meeting
Monday, April 3 at 9:30 a.m.,
and its next regular meeting
Tuesday, April 18. The group will
sponsor a booth at the Palm
Beach Auditorium for the 30th
Anniversary celebration of Israel
Independence Day on May 7.
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There will be a Purim Music
Festival at the sanctuary,
Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m.
Morris Goldberg will be accom-
panied by Dorothy Goldberg,
Ellen Abramson accompanied by
Barney Lippman and concert
pianist Pauline Edelson.
Proceeds will go into a special
fund for the purchase of a Torah
and silver crown.
Board members tendered a
luncheon honoring Marion C.
Stuts, outgoing vice president;
Ruth Presser, outgoing program
chairman: and Norma Sirota for
her services to Sisterhood.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
hold its annual Torah Fund
luncheon Wednesday, April 5 at
12:30 p.m. in Senter Hall of
Temple Beth El in West Palm
Beach. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein, Florida
branch Torah fund chairman.
The United Synagogue Youth
of Temple Beth-El is sponsoring
a Purim carnival Sunday, March
26 at 11:30 a.m. in Senter Hall of
Temple Beth El in West Palm
Beach. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Jack Wolfstein. Florida
branch Torah fund chairman.
The United Synagogue Youth
of Temple Beth-El is sponsoring
a Purim carnival Sunday, March
15 11:30.a.m. in Senter Hall.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The New Picture Lady Pro-
gram will soon begin. The pro-
gram is made up of volunteers
who teach art appreciation to
school children.
The Council's next meeting
will be April 26 at 10 a.m. in the
music room of Temple Israel on
North Flagler Drive in West
Palm Beach_____
PIONEER WOMEN
The Golda Meir Club of
Pioneer Women will hold its next
regular meeting Wednesday,
April 12 at the Bed PuWa Social
Hall of Congregation Anshei
Sholom at 12:30 p.m. There will
be election of officers and the
Mandoliners will perform under
the direction of Mack Ball.
On Thursday, April 6, the
Golda Meir Club will take a bus
trip to the Omni Mall in Miami.
Contact Amy Prager for more
information.
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
The Sisterhood of Beth Kodesh
of Boynton Beach will hold its
monthly meeting Wednesday,
March 29, at 12:30 p.m. at the
Boynton Congregational Church.
The art film Masterpiece Tour of
the Hermitage will be presented.
YIDDISH CULTURE
GROUP
On April 4 the Yiddish Culture
Group will present Aaron Savith
in selections of Yiddish and
English songs accompanied by
Mildred Birnbaum on the piano.
Betty Steinberg Tell will recite
poetry.
A Yiddish sketch entitled
Tsores by leiten, written by
Norma Sirota and narrated by
Ruth Presser, will be presented.
The cast consists of Ann Marsh,
Murray Presco, Ira Schneider-
man and Mildren Birnbaum on
the piano.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
The Palm Beach chapter of
Women's American ORT is
holding a meeting Monday,
March 27 at 8 p.m. at the Holiday
Inn, Churchill Room, on South
Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach.
The North Palm Beach chapter
of ORT will be held Monday.
March 27 at noon, at the North
Palm Beach Library. A petite
lunch will be served and Janice
Haney, of Janice Haney Models
will speak to the group about self-
improvement.
Women's American ORT,
Westgate Chapter, will hold an
open meeting Tuesday, April 4 at
12:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Citadel. A dinner-dance is
planned for Sunday. April 16 at
the Royal Palm Inn. Members
and guests are welcome. Call
Jeanette Becker for information
and reservations.
The Golden Lakes Village
chapter will hold its next open
meeting Tuesday, March 28 at
12:30 p.m. in the auditorium,
with an afternoon program
headed by Judith Axel, station
relations manager of Channel 12
TV, announced President
Kathryn Koffs.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood will hold its regular meeting
Wednesday, April 5 at 12:30 p.m.
for election of officers. Guest
speaker will be Judge Leroy
Stein.
JEWISH WAR
VETERANS
A meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, Post 408,
West Palm Beach, will be held at
Century Village Holiday Inn, on
April 19 at 1 p.m. Mrs. May Z. Le
Vine will preside. John I. Moss
will be guest speaker on the
"Plight of Soviet Jewry.
Auxiliary officers, installed for
1978-79 include President, May
Z. Le Vine; Senior Vice Presi-
dent, Minnie Weinstein; Junior
Vice President. Ella Hollenberg;
Patriotic Instructor, Esther
Bayer; Conductress, Rosalie
Shapiro; and Treasurer, Ann
Leichtling.
Chaplain, Geri Solomon;
Guards, Estelle Bressman and
Frieda Mindel; Historian, Sophie
Schachter; Corresponding Sec-
retary, Fannie Ivanyi; Recording
Secretary, to be appointed; and
New Trustee, Rose Weinberg.
ISRAEL BONDS
The State of Israel Bond office
has moved from 208 Clematis St.,
West Palm Beach to 100 Sunrise
Ave., Palm Beach.
Women's Division
of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
cordially invites you to
a brunch
Celebrating 30 Years of Partnership
with the State of Israel
Wednesday. March 29.1978
11 00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.
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Women who have already given their commitment to
the 1978 CJA-IEF campaign are welcome to attend.
"Recent events in the Middle East dramatically emphasize the
need for the Jewish community of Palm Beach County to show
its support for the State of Israel. Your participation in the
Flagler Museum program will demonstrate to the world the
commitment of our Jewish community" .
Jeanne Levy, President
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The United Synagogue Youth of Temple Beth-El
is having a Purim Carnival on March 26,
beginning at 11:30 a.m. in Senter Hall
Everyone is welcome to come.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach'County
Friday, March 24,197s
President Carter'8 Part
We would not be as strong in our language as the
New York rabbi who accuses President Carter of "indirect
responsibility" for the PLO terrorist attack on Israel last
weekend.
But it is incontrovertible that his growing pressure in
recent weeks on Israel to give up the Golan Heights, the
Gaza Strip and the West Bank as fundamental pre-
requisites to peace in the Middle East, plus his new
military package which lumps Israeli needs with Arab
needs at the same time that it welshes on commitments
made to Israel by previous administrations, have em-
boldened the PLO beyond anything it ever felt before.
The trouble with the President is that he says one
thing one day and another thing the very next. He speaks
and acts before the implications of his statements and
actions are clear even to himself. His most recent tur-
naround with respect to the necessity of the creation of a
Palestinian state on Israel's very frontiers must be
counted in the equation of terror that gripped the Jewish
State last weekend and caused the loss of so much life.
What is unfortunate about all of this is that Mr.
Carter really does not know very much of what he is
talking about. His pronouncements run the gamut from
human rights idealism to rank State Department
petrodiplomacy all couched in the vocabulary of Sunday
School do-goodism.
The result was the carnage a horrified world at
least that part of it that is still civilized witnessed last
weekend as the tragic aftermath of the attack played itself
out before the impersonal television cameras of the news
media that promptly proceeded to lecture Israel on the
need to give up being "intransigent."
Chastizing the Victims
Where will it all end? Our own hunch is that the
terrorist attack has brought things back closer to the
beginning, not the end. If Prime Minister Begin was
adamant about the territories before, he is likely to be
even more so now.
If the doves, previously flagellating their wings Abba
Eban style, now seem less frenzied, that "obdurate,
recalcitrant, intransigent" Begin waxes stronger in direct
proportion than he has been in a lone time.
The cost in blood was awful, but real history, not the
kind President Sadat has been rewriting since his historic
trip to Jerusalem last November, has a way of justifying
things in the end.
It is a sine qua non of the news media these days,
which blabber in increasing proportion as their morality
costs them nothing, to see Israel as the heavy.
Reckoned in these terms, what occurred was that the
victims have been chastized and the perpetrators of
violence "explained." if not as heroes, then at least as
frustrated fighters for self-determination.
The Megillah in Our Time
Purim begins next Wednesday evening with the
reading of the MegUlah in synagogues throughout the
world.
It should be a festive occasion for all of us when we
hear the ancient tale retold of Haman. King Ahasureus.
Queen Esther and Mordecai. It is an opportunity to hiss
the villain and to cheer the seemingly indomitable spirit of
the Jewish people and their will to survive.
Unhappily, the story behind Purim replays itself time
and again even in our own era. During the Nazi era. there
was the Hitlerian horde giving rise to the Holocaust.
Today, in the Middle East, there is the Palestinian
scourge dedicated to the destruction of Israel, which last
weekend struck and brutally murdered men. women and
children without regard to guilt, innocence, age or sex.
The classic Purim tale tells us of the intervention of
Queen Esther in the cause of her people. The bloody
events of last weekend tell us of a 25-year-old Palestinian
woman. Dalai al Mughrabi. who led the raid against Israel
and was killed during that operation. Even in this detail,
history repeats itself.
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Special to The Jewish Floridian
CAIRO In Khan Khalili
Market in central Cairo, accom-
panied by two Egyptian security
men. I am witness to a little
surprise. One Egyptian kisses
me, shakes my hand and gives
me a pretty ashtray as a present.
He explains that the little gift is a
present from the Egyptian people
to the beautiful people of Israel.
His neighbor in a jewelry store
tells me that since the 80.000
Egyptian Jews left Egypt, he
never forgot that the Jews are
needed to give the Egyptian
business and economy a good
push.
THE EXCITEMENT among
the Egyptians is very high these
days. They enjoy very much the
presence of Israelis, or as one
young sailor told me, "Believe
This report was filed by our man in Cairo in the wake of
the peace initiative begun by President Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem in November. Since then, the initiative has
taken a hard and downward turn, culminating this week
with a Palestine Liberation Organization terrorist attack
that left 37 Israelis dead and 85 wounded. We reproduce
the report to show how mightily have the high hopes' 0r
November fallen by mid-March. ______
me. we love and respect you."
Another fellow said, "Perhaps we
should ask the Egyptian govern-
ment not to let you Israelis go
because we need you here."
The Egyptians are known for
their good, healthy sense of
humor, so much so that President
Sadat appealed to the Egyptian
people in 1972 and begged them
to stop their anti-government
jokes, which did nothing but
defeat the spirit of the Egyp-
tians.
A current joke here is about
Sadat's visit to Israel. The
Egyptians claimed proudly that
Egypt tried four times to conquer
Israel, yet failed. Sadat would
visit Israel and achieve the goal
of conquering Israel peacefully
from the inside by capturing tlie
hearts of the Israelis.
BUT AN Egyptian had a more
practical solution. He urged his
country to sign immediately a
peace treaty with Israel and open
her borders to the Israelis. Since
the Israelis are known as
travelers, all of them would come
to visit Egypt. Then it would be
no dilemma for Egypt to conquer
an empty Israel.
Yet despite the healthy sense
of humor, excitement and expec-
tation, the Egyptians are under
heavy pressure and even every-
day suffering from their shaky,
deteriorating economy. One
Egyptian young man begged me
to write that he and his girlfriend
decided to get married over a
"year ago, yet they are not able to
do so because they cannot rent an
apartment in Cairo.
He told me bitterly that
probably when he and his girt-
friend are old they will be able to
find an apartment and marry.
THE COMMON subject of
discussion among my Egyptian
friends here is the reason behind
Sadat's move and the feeling of
the Egyptian people. All the
Egyptians I speak to here feel
they were treated badly by their
Arab brethren. The Egyptians
feel they not only paid a very
high price in various futile wan
with Israel, but they are also
today being blamed by Arab
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Restricted Membership Needs Attention
Elaine Bloom
Paul Csonka
Myrtle Wreath Achievement Awards
To Honor Rep. Bloom, Dr. Csonka
The Myrtle Wreath Achieve-
ment Awards will be given by the
Palm Beach County Chapter of
Hadassah, Thursday. March 30
at Temple Israel in West Palm
Beach at 8 p.m.
Honorees for the awards this
year are Elaine Bloom and Dr.
Paul Csonka.
Elaine Bloom is the State
Representative in the Elorida
House for District 100. elected in
1974. re-elected in 1976. She is a
Trustee of Florida International
University Foundation and vice
chairperson of Florida's Post-
Secondary Education Com-
mission.
SHE ALSO is a national Board
member of the National Council
of Jewish Women and a Board
member of the Greater Miami
.Jewish Federation.
Dr. Csonka is artistic director
and conductor of the Civic Opera
of the Palm Beaches. In 1961. he
became associate director of the
Miami Opera Guild and in 1962.
conducted the first performance
of the Civic Opera of the Palm
Beaches.
His Second Symphony won
first prize in the Cuban Inter-
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requirement for C.I.T.'s:
entering ninth grade. Mini-
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counselors: -entering 11th
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entering college. Specialists
also needed in the areas of
music, drama, arts and
crafts, and Jewish content.
For information and applica-
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evening will be provided by
Eleanor La Forge, mezzo-
soprano, accompanied at the
piano by Warren Broome. Reser-
vations can be made by con-
tacting the individual group life
membership chairmen.
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
I should like to call the at-
tention of your many readers
(long-time and or new residents)
to a fact that seems to be over-
looked in our busy, beautiful
community of Palm Beach
County.
AS A member of any non-
OUR
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WRIte
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profit service organization that
holds a function at a restricted
membership club, not only
should one not attend, but also
one should make known his or
hers objection in letter form to
that organization.
We, as Jews, may or may not
be welcomed as "individual
guests" at these clubs. It is the
individual's choice to attend, as
well as it is the choice of the
private club to restrict member-
ship.
But, as a member of supporter
of a public organization, we
should not go where we are not
welcome at other times because
of our religion.
THAJSK YOU for allowing me
to express my personal opinion.
SYLVIA LEWIS
West Palm Beach
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The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, March 24
The Jewish Community Center
CAP A PROGRAM
TIM JCC Summer PNUM for
the Creative and Performing Arts
is MM lor UghMliOB The
c \ P \ Piogram otters mink,
dance, drama, painting, sculp
lure avaini' writing and athle-
ik Children can chooaa the arts
or the sports div BUM or l>oth
I Mil PRFN s programs
v.vi-.s igradc- III interested
in a trip to Israel this summer
'lain I brochure at the Cen-
tal 01 apaaa vita Michael SoU
The program includes Mtlhw
louring, kibbutz work sta>
with a family anil a general sur-
\ ev oi Israeli history and gvv
KFRr \ QH PRF-SCHOOL
arhool activities
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w ill include a tour of Temple Beth
El. art projects prepared by the
children for Passover and a mini
Passover seder prepared by the
children Field trips to a bakery
orange groves and the M
museum also w ill be teatured
SPORTS PROGRAM
The JCC Sports Clinic 1'rw
gram is Doing offered at the len
ter Monday through F1
from 3 K) to S 10 pm with Hill
Keiser Keiser is forming a sum
mer program of athlot
RAVAklM i RAX AKOT
i Singles IMI year* I
Two social events are held
monthly To In- placed on the
- mailing list
the Center
BFS1 IN -SHOXV
Daratk) Schw.ir..- was award-
ex'. !. rt-in-S >l aw ana
- at the second i:
Beaux \ns show ami sa!
i two .: x\ d-pUce
word :cr uatam ol oor
Fducaf.on \-:
XVinOXVEIVTO-XVIDOWED
WORKSHOP
l>n Sunday. April 8 at -* p.m.
momhora will meet with Or
Hewitt Broco, a psycW>gist in-
volvod with kval crisisTbterven-
lion pixigrams \t t he close of t he
maatmi there will be a dinner
from the Center at Mama
Sorrento s Italian restaurant at 4
pm Contait Charlotte Berlind.
worksrmp prosident. at the Cen-
ter for dinner reservations
COMMUNITY
PASSOXFRSFPFR
\ traditional Seder sponsored
t'\ -.he \\ idowd lo-Widowed
anned ior the first
night of Pooocaw ;'-idttj
21 at Temple Israel Charlotte
Berhr. and Rm Ram.
chairperson are forming a com
mittoe :.^ piar ~.t and ac-
cept ns
PR1XIF nxiF
SINGLES RAP SESSION
I at
s
.-.v Had '.o participate in ar.
> Continued on Fail* 12
acn'j Division of Jewish Federation of Palm Beach C0Unt
r/v held a Palm Beach Hi-Rise meeting at the home,
tfra Phyllis Girard (second from left). Pictured with her an
thtl Charlene Sholl. Women's Division Hi-Rise chub
:. Jean Bloustein. guest speaker: Grace Mendelsohn. Hi-\
Rhe Campaign coordinator; and Barbara Shulman. Women's
:on Campaign Chairman.
I
Members Palm Beach Hi-Rise meeting
i Shapiro. Beulah Friedman ., ^(,rr
er Members of the committttm
t are Ue Bluc-tcin. Jen Konigsberg, f,'p
At one time. I >*as the custorr;^r -e^e cexes of Chalah or"ShoMbpead"on
the Temple's afcac and to gR the rosh or head of the dough to the priests.
Today the drwig table s an akac and 2 smal piece is rerrK^r^ from each koaf of
Chalah and burned as a symboic ofienng to the priests.
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Friday. March 24, 1978
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
\Max Dimont to Discuss Arab,
Jewish Vlash of Destinies9
Max Dimont, author and
Lstorian. will be the final speaker
br the Jewish Federation of
Falm Beach County's sponsored
Lrum lecture program. Sunday,
March 26 at 8:15 p.m. at Temple
srael in West Palm Beach. His
opic will be "A Clash of Des-
Inies: The Confrontation of
[rabs and Jews in the Twentieth
|entury."
Max Dimont's book Jews. God
nil History has become a classic.
jblished in French, Spanish,
lindu and now it is being trans-
ited into Japanese.
DIMONT'9 second book, The
[destructible Jews, examines
be Diaspora as a key factor that
trmitted the Jews to march
kck to reinstate the State.of
Irael after a 2,000-year absence.
[Dimont was born in Helsinki,
inland; one of 300 Jewish
lilies in the entire country, and
kw one of a dozen Finnish Jews
I the United States. He came to
[is country in 1930 and served
|th the United States Army in
Intelligence Section during
Max Dimont
World WarII in France, Belgium
and Germany.
He lectures extensively from
coast to coast and on his trips to
Israel, has lectured at the Weiz-
mann Institute, Hebrew Uni-
versity and the University of
Haifa. He is presently gathering
material for a book on a modern
interpretation of the creation of
the State of Israel.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, March 24
Federation Young Leadership
Goes to Washington
More than 1.000 young Jewish leaders from
throughout the United States participated in the
United Jewish Appears First National Young
Leadership Conference. The three-day sym-
posium on current national and international
issues of major Jewish concern was held in
Washington, D.C. last month.
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County represented the largest contingency from
Florida. Participating in the program were Dr.
and Mrs. Thomas Davidoff, Anne Faivus. Dr. and
Mrs. Howard Kay (members of the National
Young Leadership Cabinet). Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Klein. Sharon Lopez. Neal Robinson. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Tochner. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wein-
stein. Barbara Wunsh. and Barbara Satinsky.
staff advisor.
Highlights of the program included a
briefing by Morris J. Amitay. executive director
of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee
lAIPAC), a vigil for human rights held at the
Lincoln Memorial with leaders from the Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry, singer Theodore Bikel.
and representatives from the State Department:
panel discussions with government officials
dealing with United States national interest in
the Middle East, foreign policy, energy US-
Israel relations: and speeches by Simcha Dinitz,
Israel's ambassador to the United States. Senator
Edward Brooke, from Massachusetts, and
Senator Richard Stone, from Florida.
The following are accounts of the programs
as viewed by representatives of the Palm Beach
County leadership development group:

Being part of the young leadership delegation of 1,000 committed
Jews from all over the United States was a most rewarding, exciting and
highly emotional experience We oil gathered below the Lincoln
Memorial We oil shared a very warm feeling and a common bond of
strong Jewish values and commitment There were speakers and en-
tertainers We were reminded of the blight of Anatoly Sharansky ond
the day was dedicated to him. Anatoly Sharansky, like us wants to live a
life of freedom he is not able to do this as he has been imprisoned for a
vear m Russia
Theodore Bikel told of his visit with Vlodimir Slepak. another Soviet
Refusnik ond how important it was to keep a link between us and the
Sovie' Jev.s We must r-e.er forge' 'he chain 'hat binds us one Peter Liacouras. dean of Temple University Law School spoke on his
feelings of the strong need for everyone to have and share their own
humr
The whole group 1 000 strong sang the Star Spangled Banner and
.vas cold but no one wanted 'o break the mood and leave
.igil was o moving experience and we oil came away a great deal
'o'med ond our dedication 'o our Jewisnness was ce"amly re
and foritified
Barbara Wunsh
A
Neil Cooper, chairman of the UJA National Young Leadership
Cabinet, discussed the role of the young leadership conference. "We
gather >n Washington for dialogue, to leorn ond take o glimpse of our
government, to better understand the democratic process. We recognize
that the ethic of our generation mutt be 'action'. We must harness our
energy ond material wealth. The re*ponsibility must be ours because in
the aftermath of the Holocoust. only American Jewry and Isroel have
suff icent strength, and certainly Isroel does her share.
"Our double birthright as Americans and Jews demands no less from
us." Our tosk is not repeat mistakes. We must realize that whatever
happens to Jews elsewhere, happens to uv We must observe and
leorn. improve our seN-imoge, make the US o haven for political
freedom, nurture democratic process here and abroad and continue our
strong heritage. The question to each moral man is "Where are you?".
The response must be "Hinenu Achoronu". Here we ore, follow us!
____ -Howard Kay
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HSSZ22 '* *? "e,9from here? W mu*' ~fl'" o thinkof the
^plications of peace ,n Israel, and the challenges ,haV along with that
^l JSi. 22 ^l"* *heSe ""Pinions? How do we prepare for
6oor\ ,'S' doors to the USSR to free Sov,et Jewry or ollow them to live their religion.
To och.eve these goals we must bu.ld into our children the kind of
of Jewish community day schools. 2) Hebrew should be the second
JK S t^'i^lTZ f07,^m^W?O*, o Ituing link w.th o fomHy
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The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9

Jewish
Federation
off f
Palm Beach
County
Dr. Joseph Sisco, ihe former assistant secretary of state for Middle
Eastern affairs, stated that he felt Israel would not be able to keep the
"occupied territories." He spoke at some length on the success of the
Sinai I and Sinai II disengagement. "We got both sides talking for the first
time since 1948." While this was true, he forgot to mention that there
were no proposals for dealing with either the Palestinian problem or the
problem of Jerusalem.
NmI Robinson
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The three panelists who participated in the U.S. National Interests in
the Middle East discussion were Dr. Ray Cline, director of Center of
Strategic and International Studies. Georgetown University; Rita Hauser,
Brookings Institute, and Harold Sounders, State Department.
Harold Sounders cited the four major policies for the U.S. in the
Mideast: 1) Maintaining peace throughout the world; 2) Serving American
notional interests; 3) Shifting relationships of the Mideast countries to the
western nations; 4) More trading with the Mideast an economic
relationship.
Rita Hauser said the U.S. policy in the Mideast is going astray
because of the healthy development of the Mideast. She said the U.S.
role is to push Jordan and Saudi Arabia "We have not pushed hard
enough." she slated. "The natural alliances (Israel. Jordan, Saudi Arabia,
Kuwait) all want stability, want to stop Palestinians and want to stop the
Soviets."
Dr. Ray Cline, taking the central position, said the U.S. has a commit-
ment to stability in the Mideast. He contended that there is a conflict in the
Mideast between a democratic society and a totalitarian society. He
contended that we must provide these countries with modern weapons.
Anne Faivos
Sen Edward Brooke of Massachusetts spoke primarily about his v.ews
on the Middle East situation and stated that the United States commitment
to Israel is a lest of our ideals and morals. In referring to the U.S. relations
with the Arab countries, he soid that a deterioration in those relations
would not serve for peace in the Middle East, but he is against the sale of
planes to Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
On the issue of the West Bank, the senator stated, "An independent
West Bank state would be a dagger in the heart of Israel." Sen. Brooke
sees the U.S. role in peace negotiations as that of a mediator, not an
initiator. Carole Kloia
Morris Amitay, executive director of AIPAC spoke to us on the Carter
^ministration where it is and where it's going, regarding its support
the State of Israel. The current state of Israeli public opinion in
ashington is at its lowest ebb in 11 years.
Our Congressional support is broad but thinner than ever before.
must make it clear to the Congress that we as young Jewish leaders
concerned at the erosion of support. ... We need to act to influence
ingress to act in Israel's behalf citing the past when Israel saved
fdon, and the ChrisMarjs jfi-ieTSanon We must emphasise how it is in
"erica's best interest to support Israel and we must work to block the
i of F-15's to Saudr Arabia.
Max Tochner

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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday. March 24. n

Federation Support to Jewish
CRC Update
WhO KnOWS What Israel Should DO? Education Triples in Nine Years
By HENRY GROSSMAN
Chairman
WHAT S YOUR OPINION?
A Do you know what Israel
should d
la. They should give up all the
occupied territory That's how to
gain won,.: opinion and support.
lb. THEY shouldn't give up
one inch of occupied territory.
You know what you can do with
world opinion. The Arabs respect
only strength
2a. There is no sense in talking
to Sadat Let's face it. What
Israel needs is a comprehensive
peace settlement to take care of
all the problems at once. The
Saudis support Egypt and Sadat
cannot take one step alone
2b. The Arabs can never get
together Israel should make
peace immediately with Egypt.
After alL Egypt fights the wars
for all the Arab states. Egypt has
the most to lose.
3a FORGET the Arab boy
cott. It is meaningless and
ineffective World opinion knows
it is immoral. The Arabs them-
selves forget the boycott when it
is in their interests Israel
shouldn't care.
3b. The Arab boycott is the
economic edge of Arab
aggression against Israel. The
In: -nust stand firm
aga -ael
must tr.aki this an emphatic
8 in relation- w:th our
court
4a I?-3i must Tiake it
plain U Ca she will not
stand t
This the balance of porr
in the Middle Eas erve
to make the Arabs more
transigen t. __________
4b. ISRAEL should keep quiet
about the FIS's. After all she's
getting what she needs Also
we all know the Arabs can't
handle such intricate equipment.
Resides, that makes them more
dependant on as for training
parts and maintenance.
5a. Israel should throw the
religious party out of the govern-
ment, that's what is keeping
Israel internally divided
5b. Religion is what Israel is
all about. No government worth
its salt can exist in Israel without
the religious party, i It is so easy
when you are 6.000 miles away,
to make Israel's foreign policy.>
B NOW. what is this all
about? Never in history has there
been such a phenomenon as the
support for Israel on the part of
Diaspora Jews, particularly the
American Jewish community.
This is not limited to money
Israel also gets considerable dip-
lomatic, political, social and legal
back-up from the American
Jewish organized and unor-
ganized community
This situation leads to another
dilemma What is the role of the
American Jewish community via-
a-\ is Israel?
la. American Jews give tre-
mendous support to Israel
Therefore, we have a right to
expect Israel's policies to reflect
certainh
rubber stamp Israels views
After alL we are Americans!
lb ISRAELIS do far more
than we t -. of doixv
we take in more than a mi
World War II refugees. Jews
t% from Arab and Com-
munist lands' Did we take the
sustenance from our own mouths
to do this' How can we compare
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Israeli and American Jews con-
tributions to World Jewry!
Therefore, the best that we can
do as American Jews is to help
Israel cam- out its policies and
not tell them what to do
We certainly see the homs of
this dilemma! Heads you win and
tails we lose But as the rabbis
of old said. Lte us sit together
and reason with one another
First, there is another alter-
native of consultation American
Jewish leaders, together with
Israelis explore the impact of
public and government opinion
The needs and requirements of
the U.S. are taken into account
(So far. thank G-d. the two
nations succor each other, i There
is a continuous practice of con-
sultation being carried on.
SECOND, the American
Jewish community does not
suffer from dual loyalty.
Israel's democratic government,
its respect for human dignity and
civil rights, its constant struggle
for freedom and peace, are in
complete consonance ith our
own country's democratic ideals
and practice
Third, the American Jewish
community must engage in a
vast program of self-education on
Jewish issues all the world
lndi\idua.
from speaking for the community
unles- are the
cratically sek-v
ihecommuni:\
\ do I vom-
> does not h* -
disagree with rhen u has
good grounds ti an But the
principle of alwa
^sus is most important not
only between Israei and the
American Jewish community.
but within the community: in-
dividual to organization and or-
ganization to organization
NEW YORK A survey
released by the Council of Jewish
Federations iCJFl indicates that
funds allocated to Jewish edu-
cation by 98 cities in the L'nited
States and Canada amounted to
million in 1976. This figure
represents a 9.5 percent rise from
when allocations to Jewish
education totaled 888. 1 million.
Total allocations for all local
purposes rose ~ percent from
1975 to 1976.
ACCORDING to a survey
released a year ago. allocations in
the area of Jewish education
tripled between 1966 and 1975.
The latest statistics demonstrate
that this trend of growth is
continuing.
Allocations earmarked for edu-
cational services represented 23
percent of all local funds dis-
bursed by Federations in 1976.
CJF President Jerold C. Hoff-
berger pointed out that the
pattern of increasing support for
Jewish education reflects a
heightened concentration by
Federations on improving the
quality of curriculum, learning
materials and faculty
AMONG large cities. Chici
New York and Toronto assie
over $2 million each to Jm
education, while support
Cleveland. Los Angeles
Philadelphia reached the
million to $2 million range.
Baltimore. Boston and ,
were among cities vfc|
intermediate populations i
allocations over $750,000.
Support to all-da> sch
showed the most marked
crease, from approximately
million in 1975 to $11 million)
following year, or 13 percent. D.
schools received 43.6 percent i
all funds allocated by Fa-
erations for Jewish education^
1976. Other recipients includl
congregational schools J
Jewish institutions of higiJ
learning.
LOCAL Federation Bureaus A
Jewish Education and Kducati
Committees were designated I
percent of allocated funds
provide services such as
service training for teachers [
curriculum consultation, lari
for congregational schools.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Rabbi Bar-Zev to Lead Tour Of
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fhe South County Women's Division of the Jewish Federation
[f Palm Beach County recently held a Pioneers Luncheon on
\ehalf of the Jewish Federation's 1978 Combined Jewish
[appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign. Pictured are (left to
I'trhtlJean Bloustein. guest speaker; Tina Hersh, hostess and
| ,,hairman; Lynn Persoff co-chairman; J. P. Listick, South
lounty Women's Division president; and Barbara Shulman,
omen's Division Campaign chairman.
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El, will be
leading a trip to Israel to coincide
with the celebration of Israels
:i()th Independence Day.
The public is invited to join the
group for the tour which will
depart West Palm Beach May 8
and return May 20.
THE three-week tour will
include visiting sights of Jewish
historical and religious interest in
Israel, Antwerp, Brussels and
Amsterdam.
Rabbi Bar-Zev has led previous
tours of Israel. A detailed bro-
chure is available by contacting
the temple office.
Israel, Belgium and Holland
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Rabbi Bar Zev examines a map of Israel with members of his
tour group. Left to right are Saul Rich. Blanche Rich. Rabbi
Bar Zev. Marry Bachrach. Marianne Smith, chairman, and
Floyd Bachrach.
LET'S CELEBRATE PASSOVER f
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TEMPLE BETH EL
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Mr. Sephardi of Universal
Galleries took bids on the Ori-
ental rugs Sold at the recent
.ICC Women's League func-
tion at the Flagler Museum.
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PASSOVER SEDERS
APRIL 21 & 22, 1978
RABBI ASHER BAR-ZEV and a Cantor Officiating
Kosher Catering by SAND-ELL of MIAMI
Price: $25 per night per person
or $45 per person, for both nights
Fur more Information call the
lemple 833-0339

ll'ettired are members of the South County Women's Division
\l'Oncers Luncheon committee They are (seated, left to right)
\.\uixine Copulsky. Margaret Kottler. Mildred Epstein
\S,anding (left to right). Joan Brown. June (Sortz. Lori Fine.
Mem hers of the committee not shown are Irene Krieger. Lois
\S( hwartt and Sarah Shulman.
Shown is Ralph Weisman.
chairperson of the second an-
nual Beaux Arts show and
sale, held March 7. Works
were displayed by 60 partici-
pating artists and craftsmen
from all over the county. The
event is held annually by the
JCC.
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Jewish Community Center
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discussion and rap session on is-
sues of concern to singles. Con-
tact the Center to be placed on
the Prime Time mailing list. Co-
chairpersons are Kal Litwak and
Sylvia Rainbow.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
The Center sponsors bridge on
Sunday nights at 7:30 p.m.. Al
Merion hosts and organizes the
games.
ADULTCOURSES
Beginning Hebrew class
teaching speaking, reading and
writing skills will be held for
eight weeks, two hours weekly
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays.
Sue Lynn !.evi is the instructor.
Classbeg:..s Monday, March 27.
MODIFIED TAI CHI
Brian Rich will lead the exer-
cise group for the six-week class
held Thursdays. 8 to 9 p.m. Class
begins March 30.
& BALLROOM
DISCO
CLASSES
Jim Huntington will teach the
new term beginning in April.
Schedule for Monday fights
only: beginners 7 to 8 p.m.; in-
termediates to 9 p.m.; ad-
vanced 9 to 10 p.m.
EVENING CERAMICS
Marsha Fernandez will teach
an evening course in ceramic je-
welry making and hand-built
items. Scheduled for six weeks,
the course begins the last week in
March. Contact the Center for
fees and information. Class meets
Tuesday evenings from 7:30 p.m.
to 10 p.m.. starting April 4.
SENIOR NEWS
Transportation for disadvan-
taged adults is available at the
Jewish Community Center Com-
Pioneer Women Prexy
To Address Donor Lunch
Frieda Leemon of Detroit,
national president of the Pioneer
Women, will be the principal
speaker at the annual donor
luncheon of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida Sunday.
March 26 at noon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
YOU CAN FIND IT ...HERE
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CAMP SHALOM 1978
At our spacious 18 acre site we offer children from all sectors of the com
munity and of all origins, races and religions the opportunity to enioy the
summer months in a safe, wholesome and enriching environment and pro-
gram. The program is designed for each age group to promote physical, so-
cial and cultural growth and the acquisition of new skills and interests.
Healthy self-expression is nurtured within an atmosphere of respect for
others and awareness of responsibility both toward the individual and the
group.
THIS YEAR, the eight-week camp season will be from June 19-Augustll.
The first four- week session is from June 1*-July M, and the second four-week
session from July 17 August 11
PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE
Camp is conducted Monday through Friday, 9:IS a.m. to 3.45 p.m.
Campers are assigned to units by school grades, age, and or maturity. Pro-
grams ana activities art directed and supervised by a trained staff. Special
activities include athletics, music, drama, arts and crafts. Red Cross certi
fied swimming Instruction and nature study. Special activities Include
bowling, roller skating, trips to beaches and places of Interest.
In keeping with the camp's sponsorship and objectives, Jewish history
and customs are introduced through music and drama, arts and crafts, holi-
day festivals, and the traditional welcoming of the Sabbath. These programs
art supervised and directed by our Judaic Education specialists and our Is-
raeli Scout staff.
TRANSPORTATION
Campers are picked up by buses at central or convenient pick-up points
on established camp bus routes to be announced.
CAMP FEES
Pre-Schoo1. Elementary Divisions
8 weeks $225 ? $40 Registration nd Activity Fee;
4 weeks $125 ? $20 Registration and Activity Fee
(For each additional child from same family:
8 weens $205 ? $40 Registration and Activity Fee.
4 weeks $115 ? $20 Registration and Activity Fee.I
FEES INCLUDE transportation, snacks, a Camp Shalom "T" Shirt, insurance and
special activities.
MINIMUM ENROLLMENT one 4-week session
Enrollment is open to children ages 3-12
REGISTRATION and ACTIVITY FEE MUST BE PAID WITH APPLICATION |il
cancelled bv June 1. one-half of this fee will be refunded]
.TOTAL FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL PRIOR TO EACH SESSION unless
arrangement '-..ve been made for later payment. Reduced fees and scholarship aid
are availauit bated on need.
For furthe 'o-metion. please call or write
WISH FEDERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
2415 Okeechobee Boulevard 689 5900
West Palm Beach. Florida 33409
More than 1.300 persons are
expected to attend the event
which will be chaired by Harriet
Green, president of the American
Zionist Federation of South
Florida and of the Pioneer
Women Council.
MRS. LEEMON will be
making her first visit to South
Florida since being elected presi
dent of Pioneer Women at the
organization's national biennial
convention in Washington. D.C.
last October. She is a member of
the national boards of the Jewish
National Fund, State of Israel
Bonds, American Zionist Fed-
eration, United Jewish Appeal
and Israel Histadrut Campaign.
Felice Schwartz, vice president
of the Pioneer Women Council,
will serve as program chairman
for the March 26 celebration, and
Mildred Weiss, a national Board
member, will serve as Broward
County chairman.
Sylvia Gardner, recording
secretary of the South Florida
Council, will offer the invocation.
Lillian Hoffman, president of the
new liana Chapter serving North
Dade and South Broward
counties is chairman of the
hostess committee.
MARGOT Bergthal. treasurer
of Council, is arrangements com-
mittee chairman. Clara Leff of
New York, a past national presi-
dent of Pioneer Women, will
make charter presentations to
new clubs and chapters added in
Dade and Broward counties
during the past year.
Miriam Gingold. a member of
the national advisory board, will
offer a toast to Israels 30th anni-
versary and Fannie Gibson,
president of Beba Idelson
chapter, will lead the singing of
the national anthems of the
United States and Israel.
Non-Surgical Face Lift
Procedure Offered
Dr. Rosa Liao, a medical acu-
puncturist specializing in facial
acupuncture, is now performing
this non-surgical procedure for
facelift in South Florida.
This month, she is opening
Acupuncture Treatment Centers
in North Miami and Fort Lau-
derdale.
prehensive Senior Service Center,
provided by Title III, Older
Americans Act, funded through
Gulfstream Area-Wide Council
on Aging and coordinated by
Senior Services of United Way.
Recreational and educational ser-
vices are also available. Contact
the Center for further informa-
tion.
A senior member published a
booklet, Games Without Para-
phernalia, which the Second
Tuesday Club is selling.
The Second Tuesday Club will
sponsor another "See Miami On
Your Own" Tuesday. May 2. The
bus will pick up at the West gate
of Century Village at 9:45 a.m.
and at the Center at 10:10 a.m.
and return to the Center at 6 p.m.
The bus stops at Lincoln Road in
Miami. Contact Chairpersons
Sam and Marion Rubin at the
Center for reservations.
Dr. Kvelyn Gluckman. clinical
psychologist, will begin a four-
session, two-hour course, entitled
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Dance therapy meets FrL_
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Ceil Golden.
A course in beginners' tk
workshop will be given bv L
chael Soil, theater director TV
days from 10-11:30 a.m. for|
sessions.
Seniors are calling to re
time to exhibit their works in i
Comprehensive Senior Sen
Center. The artist for the morl
of March is Harry Kurtz,
nounced Fsther Moiat.
The Second Tuesday Club i
nounced that the card party i
brunch for Sunday. April 9 j,j
most filled. Contact Sam Rn
at the Center for more info
tion.
Jean Rubin at the ServiceoJ
ter announced that the hospiu
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 13
lopes Fallen
[icals for betraying the Arab
te.
,he Egyptians complain that
other country in the Arab
L-ld has sacrificed more than
lir country. They recount how
lir poor country exhausted
ny billions of dollars on arma-
:iis lost in wars with Israel.
|, has become economically
earable for many Egyptians.
L is increasingly more difficult
find a seat on a bus or to get a
fi in Cairo. One day this week,
|ad to wait for three full hours
order to get a taxi to take me
i my hotel to the city.
)NE OF the common scenes
is to see Egyptians running
er the bus in order to push
^ir way in. Almost everywhere
can see people hanging
side the bus windows, on the
Iders, and hanging on the
trances and the exits of the bus
^venting the door from being
sed.
["he prices of commodities here
high, in some cases rationed
unavailable in others.
Ration rises 30 percent yearly,
at is generally sold only three
(rs a week. Sugar, coffee and
' commodities are quite often
Available or very expensive,
some commodities the
rage Egyptian has to wait in
The standard of living is
Teasing, while the black
|rket is flourishing. An
ptian who was required to
60 Egyptian lira for rent in
13. now may be asked to pay
>400 lira a month.
['HE GOVERNMENT is sui-
ng from tremendous external
t. There is a population boom,
I lack of land for population.
| these difficulties and a severe
eaucracy are increasing the
nber of professionals emi-
tting from Egypt.
Tens of thousands of young
kptians lost their lives in war.
feir surviving friends, widows
I orphans remain a living
limony to the tragedy of war.
I We fought and shed our blood
[the Palestinians to prove our
ehood. We fought and were
i while other Arab countries
getting rich. The time has
be for other Arab states to
Continued from Page :4-
share some of the burden and pay
the prices."
THESE AND other bitter
comments I hear from different
people in Cairo from taxi-
drivers, from laborers, as well as
professionals. These Egyptians
openly and bitterly condemn the
Libyans, Syrians, Palestinians
and other Arab radicals who
blame Egypt for betraying the
Arab cause.
Yet economic difficulties are
not the only reason Egypt is
looking for peace today.
Egyptians will tell you openly
that Egypt now wants peace with
Israel because it could not defeat
her on the battlefield. This is in
accordance with the Egyptian-
Arab proverb: The hand you
cannot bite, kiss it."
In reaction to Sadat's criticism
from the Arab rejection front, one
Egyptian reminded Arab
militants and radicals that the
war against Israel is not in the
cafes of Fez and the casinos of
London, but on the battlefields of"
Sinai. He who believes in military
solutions should come to Sinai to
fight.
ONE MAY say about
Egyptians that they are .small,
democratic and quite dis-
organized. Yet one thing is sure:
the Egyptians are warm, polite
and nice people. They are very
patient, and this is in accordance
with the Arab proverbs, "God is
with the patient" and "Patience
is bitter, but it helps."
The Egyptians will remind you
that their country knew many
conquerors, and the Egyptian
people suffered many troubles.
Despite all this, the Egyptians
never lost their endurance,
determination, sense of humor
and what they call sabr
(patience).
They even will point to the
three pyramids that can be seen
from my room here in the Mena
House to prove to you that the
history of Egypt is a story of
what they call sumud deter-
mination and endurance. Mean-
while, they never forget whenever
they are facing difficulties or
troubles the term malesh "It
will be O.K."
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" The Jewish Flondian of Palm Beach County
Friday, March24
^ SLabbinical
Gtonter
co-ordinated by the
g;: Palm Beoch County Rabbinical Council ,, ...
Edilor devoted to discussion of themes and issues
Rabbi Hyman Fishman relevant to Jewish life past and present
Wherein Lies the Threat?
by Rabbi Irving B. Cohen
One of the grave problems of
our times is the threat to Jewish
survival. It now seems axiomatic
that, miraculous as it may be,
Jews and Judaism can survive
every tragedy and catastrophe of
history.
Disease, war. slavery, expul-
sion, depression, anti-Semitism,
pogrom. Holocaust, none of these
can wipe us out. We shall forever
survive all the horrors of human
creation and degeneracy. But the
one thing of which we can not be
so certain is whether we can
survive the good times of
freedom and affluence and
equality.
EVERYONE wonders will
there fee Jews in America at the
end of another century? Is there
any possibility of surviving the
threats of affluence; namely,
adulteration, assimilation, and
intermarriage? Most respondents
are negative, as perhaps they
should be. Still. I think, they
misunderstand the essence of the
problem.
Those who scream about inter-
marriage do not always think it
through. That Jews should marry
Jews has a hundred justifica-
tions, but it is not a guarantee of
Jewish survival. Nor is inter-
marriage itself a guarantee of
Jewish destruction.
Even if the statistics of the
alarmists prove correct that one
out of every three Jewish
marriages nowadays is an inter-
marriage, the truth remains, that
four out of every five Jews arc
still marrying another Jew.
(Figure it out; six people are
involved in three marriages and
five of them are Jewish, so four
out of the five are marrying
Jews. I
THAT'S NOT so bad at all.
when you realize that 90 percent
of our youngsters go off to the
total intermingling of the college
campus after having been raised
at home with the most liberal
teachings of human equality, and
when you also remember how few
were ever restricted in their high I
school dating years, and when'
you discover too. how
diminishing is parental objection
to intermarriage in the present.
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Rabbi Irving Cohen
Also, many of the non-Jewish
partners convert at one point or
another, and certainly a very
large percentage raise their
children as Jewish and therefore
are not lost to us at all. Inter-
marriage is not to be advocated,
but it has not sounded the death
knell to our survival.
Strange as it may seem,
assimilation is not the strongest
threat to Jewish survival either.
At first this may almost sound
like a contradiction in terms, but
it is not. The truth is that
throughout history we have lost
more Jewish souls from assimil-
ation than from any other cause.
THROUGH the centuries,
literally millions have voluntarily
left the fold and given up their
heritage, yet this itself never
doomed us to extinction. It dim-
inished our numbers to be sure.
But those who did not care could
not in any way have assured sur-
vival (except perhaps negatively
when anti-Semitism pushed them
back against their will).
Jewish survival has always
rested in the hands of the "faith-
ful remnant," the rather small
number who knew and under-
stood the deeper meanings of
their own Jewish being, and who
bequeathed their strengths of
conviction and of faith unto
others.
Quite logically then, the only
real threat to survival is that
which threatens whatever
assures survival in the first place.
The one real threat to survival is
whatever diminishes or destroys
the strength of the "saving
remnant."
THE THREAT to Jewish sur-
vival then, lies in the adul-
teration, the diluting, and the
watering down of the Jewish self-
consciousness and self-under-
standing of those who count in
the survival process.
It is those who take the time to
read this newspaper, who support
this Federation, who belong to
the countless organizations of
this community, who attend the
synagogues and study groups
and forums, it is they who hold
the key to survival, and they are
the ones who need come to grips
with the process.
They must ask the root
questions. Survival for what?
Remain Jewish for what? Reach
out unto my brother for what? Is
being Jewish essentially a matter
of religion or nationality or
culture or nondescript remem-
brance of antiquity? How does
Jewishness impinge upon my
being, upon my daily life, my
family relations, my human
encounters? What are the lasting
values that justify all my chauvi-
nistic concern?
WHEN THOSE who think
they care are able to validate
their own philosophic and ethical
being, when those who think they
care begin to live and breathe the
majesty and genius of Jewish
thought and nobility, then will
they become a genuine part of the
survival process themselves.
Then will they begin to reach out
in more meaningful influence to
others.
And then will they understand
what the process of Jewish sur-
vival really entails, so that they
may choose to act more strongly
in their lives toward its
assurance.
T.V. ffighlights
Mosaic, the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-
sponsored TV program, aired weekly ov
Channel 5 -WPTV on
Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m.
March 26 Rev. Perkins
April 2 Judge Jerome Hornblass
Dr. Paul Klein (left). Forum
committee member and mas-
ter of ceremonies for the
March 12 forum, greets guest
speaker. Judge Jerome Horn-
hlass. who discussed the
cial mores of the
Imertcoii .' ish commun:'
r ...... .
CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
6:16
15 ADAR 2-5738
Dedication ser ecentlx at Bnai Torah Congre-'
gatwn m honor of Mr and Mrs Allan Rosenberg of Boca
Raton ujto donated an ambulance to the American Red Maeen
2l k. ""kl*^ ?,*** ar* -Vrs Jerri Rosenberg. Allan
Rosenberg: David Coieman. president of the Florida chapter of
the American Red Magen David: and Cantor Martin Rosen
from TempU Beth-EL The ambulance uvs the third one
donated to American Red Magen David from Boca Raton in the I
I past 12 months The Rosenbergs are members ofB'nai Torah.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
"And he poured of the anointing oil upon Aaron's head]
and anointed him, to sanctify him" (Lev. 8.12).
TZAV An elaboration of the sacrificial laws: the burnt-1
offering, the meal offering, the sin-offering; guilt-offering
and peace-offering. Moses consecrated Aaron and his sons'
for the priesthood: he made their offerings of consecration
sprinkled them with the oil of anointment and taught
them the order of sacrifice "And at the door of the tent of
meeting shall ye abide day and night seven days, and keep
the charge of the Lord, that ye die not; for so I am con,,
manded" (Leviticus 8.35).
(The recounting ol the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted and bavM '
upon 'The Graphic History ol the Jewish Heritage." edited by P Wollm... I
Tsamir. Sis. published by Shengold. The volume is available at 7s mikIm
Lane. New York, NY. 1003S. Joseph Schlang is president of the soon,
distributing the volume.)
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
REFORM
coHsmvATivumm
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flogler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida
33407
833-8421
Rabbi Irving B Cohen
Sabbath Worship Services
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue
Boca Roton. Fl. 33432
391-8901
Rabbi Norman T. Mendel
Cantor Martin Rosen
Sabbath services, Friday at
8:15p.m.
Saturday morning services at
10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE ETERNAL LIGHT
THE FREE SYNAGOGUE
P.O. Box 3
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
368-1600 391-1111
Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
Fridays at 8:15 p.m
at: Boca West
Community UMC
8900 Boca West GLADES) Rd.
(1 Mile West of
Boca Turnpike)
CONSitVAWl
li
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISH0L0M
5348 Grove Street
West Polm Beach, Flo. 33409
684-3212
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Cantor Arthur B. Rosenwasser
Services: Friday 8:30 a.m.,
5p.m., 8:15p.m.
Saturday 8:30a.m., 5 p.m. H.
Daily 8:30a.m., 5p.m.
CONGREGATION
BETHK0DESH
Boynton Beach, Flo.
732-5147
Sabboth Services
Fr.dayot8:15p m
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Congregational Church
M 5 N. Federal Highway
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flogler Dr.ve
West Palm Beoch, Florida
33407
833-0339
Rabbi Asher Bor-Zev
Sobboth services Friday at 8:15
p.m.
Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
Doily Mmyon at 8:15 a.m.,
Sunday at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
315 N "A" St
lake Worth, Florida 33460
585-5020
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg
Contor Jacob Elman
:es Mondays ond
3os
at 8 5a.m.
Fr-davat8-15p.m.
Sa'u'Oay at 9 a m
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabba'n services. Fr^Jay at 8
p. m
At Westminister Presbyharion
Church
10410 N Military Trail. Polm
Beoch Gordens. 321 North take
Blvd.. North Palm Beoch Flo
33408 845-1134
Rabbi Hyman Fishman
Cantor Nicholas Fenokel
TEMPLE BETH ST.dLOM
N.W. Avenue "G"
Belle Glode. Florida 33430
Jock Stateman, Lay Leader
Sabbath services, Friday ol |
8:30 p.m.
TEMPU B'NAI JACOB
275 Alemedo Drive
Polm Springs, Florida 33460
Sabbath services, Friday ai 81
p.m.
Saturday at 9 a.m.
President Jocob Front 9M-1
0034
Mondays and Thursdays at9|
a.m.
Services held ot Faith United
Presbyterian Church, Point |
Springs
B'NAI TORAH
CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
392^566
Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Sabbath services: Friday a*|
8:15 p.m.
Saturdays at 9:30 a.m
TEMPLE EMETH of tN|
DflRAT
HEBREW CONGREGATION
5780 West Atlantic Avenue
Delroy Beoch. Florida 33446
2763536
Morns Silberman. Robb
leonord Price, Cantor
Sobboth services Fr jv at I
p m Saturday at 9 am
. mmyoos a' 8 |
and 5 pm.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Rood
Polm Beoch. Florida 33480
832-0804
Contor David Dardoshti
Sobboth services. Friday
8:30pm
Saturday at 9 a. m.


f-riday. March 24, 1978
Became Someone Cared
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
By Stephen Levitt, A.C.S.W.
Executive Director,
Jewish Family
& Children's Service
\lAll case names mentioned in
\these articles are fictitious; client
in formation at Jewish Familty &
\(hildren's Service is held in the
| strictest of confidence.)
A young lady, and the mother
lof two small children, phoned the
IJF & CS office one day seeking
[help. She sounded desperate on
[the telephone, and I fortunately
[had an opening for later that
lafternoon.
As she opened in our meeting,
lan altogether too familiar and
[ugly theme unfolded. Her
[husband was given to sudden and
[violent temper tantrums which
[resulted in her being struck. Once
[she was hit so hard she thought
[her nose was broken, and she
[availed herself of the services of a
|local hospital's emergency room.
THROUGH discussion with
Ithis woman, I felt the immediate
I need to confront this husband
land involve him in therapy as
[well. Unfortunately, the young
I husband had other ideas.
He kept one appointment and
[in this session revealed an almost
[impersonal and detached per-
[ception of what had been hap-
pening. He attributed his
[behavior to one drink too
[many" and stated that his ac-
tions were "unthinkable" and
Iwould never recur.
When the wife began to defend
|her husband's rationalizations.
[however. I realized that this wife
[similarly had a problem as well.
IShe could not see herself outside
|of the marriage, as poor as it was.
SHE HAD great pity for her
Ihusband. who had suffered with
pver demanding parents, who
were both verbally and
emotionally cruel. They had
lways "picked on him" and
favored his older brother. The
older brother "could do no
vrong"; this husband could do
n> ri^ht."
1 was reminded of Margaret
Elbow's recent classification of
abusive husbands into four basic
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types: the controller, the
defender, the approval seeker and
the incorporator.
In this instance, the approval
I seeker's pattern seemed readily
1 evident. This person has high
expectations of himself. He is
frequently viewed by others as an
achiever, but he seldom feels
satisfaction with his accomplish-
ments.
HE OFTEN experiences
depression and is vulnerable to
what he considers criticism. He
can be caring and sensitive to the
needs of others and will often go
out of his way to please. His
attempts to please are motivated
by the hope that others will give
approval and acceptance.
In short, his self-esteem is
contingent upon the acceptance
and approval of others and must
be constantly reinforced.
When his positive self-image is
reinforced or confirmed, he is less
likely to abuse because he is
accepting of himself and feels
acceptance from his mate.
WHEN his esteem is low, he
expects rejection and will behave
in e way which may precipitate
rejecting reactions. His physical
attacks are shocking and he
usually stops immediately. He
will not allow autonomy in his
mate because he constantly needs
his mate's approval for his very
well being.
He needs to bind others to him
{Uncharitable View
Continued from Page 1
"Instead," he added, "we want
to create partners, not workers,
I to stamp out.
DURING THE most recent of
his rare press conferences, out of those jnterester| jn the
Qadaffi bitterly attacked Libyans future of the country." But whUe
who refused to join his Popular Libyans were shaken by
Committees. Non-attendance aaAaHi'B
means the abandonment of rights
Stephen Levitt
by giving their approval; with-
drawal is seen as disapproval. He
will precipitate a disagreement,
often, to test his mate's love for
him. If she becomes angry
(rejecting), he has proven to
himself that he is unworthy.
The mate's leaving the
marriage then symbolizes
parental withdrawal of love
which was conditional: i.e., "We
love you when you are a good
boy."
IN THIS case example, as I
suspected, the caseworker's
attitude was seen by the husband
as threat. Even though the most
benign and accepting atmosphere
was offered in the the counseling
setting, the husband was too well
defended to perceive the thera-
pist as a neutral party.
I began to explore some of the
options available to the wife. In
my next article, I will further
delineate the course of treatment
in this case.
and responsibilities what is
decided by the Committees will
be binding on all," he lashed out.
He also revealed his latest
intellectual brainwave: "We are
considering the elimination of all
wages and salaries," he told a
stunned audience. ___
Qadaffi's announcement, there
has as yet been no rise in the
number of participants in the
Popular Committees.
In 1974, Qadaffi was relieved of
his post as prime minister. The
Command Council said this was
to enable him to "organize the
masses."
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Calendar
March 25
B'nai Torah Congregation Purim Donee Boca
Raton
Temple Beth El Brotherhood Purim Ball Boca
Raton
Temple Beth El Purim Ball
Temple Israel Purim Masquerade
B'nai B'rith 2939 Dinner Dance The Breakers
March 26
B'nai Torah Congregation USY Purim Carnival Bo-
ca Raton
Jewish Community Center
JEWISH FEDERATION THE FORUM LECTURE SERIES -
MAX DIMONT
Hadossah Bat Gurion Life Membership Cocktail
Party 7 p.m.
March 27
B'nai B'rith Women Boynton Board 1 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi Board 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT North Palm Beach 1 2:30
p.m.
Women's American ORT Palm Beach
Hadassah Chai 12:30 p. m.
JEWISH FEDERATION-COMMUNITY RELATIONS
COUNCIL MEETING 4 p.m.
March 28
B Torah Congregation Yiddish Culture Circle -
7 30 p.m.
JEV\ SH FEDERATION $1.000Dinner 6 p.m.
B B'nth Women Medina 8 p m.
B'n.- B nth Women Tzedakah 8 p m.
Wi n't American ORT Lake Worth Board
pie Beth El Executive -8pm.
Te p Israel Young Adults Board
V i$h Culture Group 10 a.m
JEV. SH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION DOUBLE
CHAI RECEPTION BOCA RATON 9 30 a.m.
March 29
JEWISH FEDERATION BOARD 8 p. m
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION $36 MI-
NIMUM AFFAIR 8 p. m.
Pioneer Women Golda Meir Board
Women's American ORT Delray 12:30 p.m.
March 30
B'nai B'rith 2969 8 p.m.
Hadassah Myrtle Wreath Awards 8 p.m.
Jewish Community Center Executive
Temple Beth El Men's Club Board 8 p. m.
April 1
National Council Jewish Women Palm Beach
Jewish Community Center Film Series
Jewish Community Center Day School Cocktail
Party 7:30 p.m.
April 2
B'nai Torah Congregation Lecture Boca Raton
Women's American ORT Evening 1 p.m.
Temple Emanu-EI Men's Club- Breakfast- 10 a.m.
April
Brandeis University Women Board Meeting
Women's American ORT Board Meeting
Jewish Community Day School Board 8 p.m.
Jewish Family and Children's Service Board 7:30
p.m.
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Board 10 a. m.
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION PHONE-
A-GIFT
Congregation Anshei Sholom Board 9:30a.m.
April 4
B'nai Torah Congregation Yiddish Culture Circle -
7:30 p.m.
Delray Hebrew Congregation Board 6 p. m.
Women's Amencon ORT Lake Worth 1 p. m.
Temple Beth El Board -8p.m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Board 10am.
Temple Israel Men's Club 6 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group 10a.m.
Women's American ORT Wes' Gate noon
April 5
National Women's Division UJA Executive Board -
10a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jewish Community Center Board
Jewish War Veterans 7:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT Region Executive 930
a m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Luncheon Card Party
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 12:30p.m.
Temple Israel Sisterhood Board 10 a.m.
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION PHONE
A-GIFT
April 6
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Book Review Boca Ra-
ton 1:30 p.m.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation noon
Hadassah Board 10a.m.
Notional Council Jewish Women Okeechobee -
Board- 10:30a.m.
Women's American ORT Evening 8 p.m.
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consistently anti-Israel."
Malta had voted for the General Assembly
resolution equating Zionism with racism.
HE ADDED: "Malta is also known to be
always at the service of the Arab political warfare
group and is more hostile than the hostile Arabs.
"The Prime Minister of Malta is, I am
reliably informed, seeking investment here for his
country, and much publicity is being given to
tourism there. It is right that the Jewish and the
wider community should be aware of what is
happening." London Jewish Chronicle
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Beth El's Israel Bond dinner reception to chat with Mr. i
Mrs. Samuel Wadler. Wadler headed the committee wk
planned the event, a testimonial held in honor of Mr. and I
Louis Barrish.
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