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. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 28, 1975)-v. 8, no. 40 (Dec. 17, 1982).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 2, 1976 called v.2, no. 22, but constitutes v.2, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: July 28, 1978 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement; Aug. 25, 1978 called no. 16 in masthead and no. 17 in publisher's statement; Aug. 10, 1979 called no. 15 in masthead and no. 16 in publisher's statement; Oct. 22, 1982 called no. 31 in masthead and no. 32 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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wna iiai n
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
Combining "0U VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
tn conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
_ Number 2D
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, October 6, 1978
Price 35 Cents
m. Weicker Keynotes Conference
rB0NNITARTAKOW,
Director of Public
,tions. Jewish Federation
Df Palm Beach County
recent events at Camp
and the realization that
and Israel have now
a framework, for a
I and lasting peace" in the
East, have set the stage
Second Annual Middle
onference to be held on
y, Oct. 12 at the Holiday
downtown West Palm
iThe program, sponsored
Israel Middle East Task
[of the Community
Council of the Jewish
on of Palm Beach Coun-
e attended by the presi-
representatives of the
ewish organizations in
iunity, and is by in-
Jnly.
awell Weicker (R.,
rill be the keynote
[He has served eight
led on Page 16-A
Sen. Lowell Weicker
[GTON (JTA) -
[official Egyptian
\l Ahram said this
Cgypt will go ahead"
lementing the Camp
hington
eport
no attention to the homs of those
who trade in the blood of the
innocent."
OTHER RESOLUTIONS an-
nounced in the Damascus
document called for support of
the "national and progressive
forces" in Egypt against "the
conspiracy of the Egyptian
President;" to send President
Hafez Assad of Syria "tour the
Arab countries ... to attain
maximum political and material
support for these resolutions;" to
"assign" Assad "to contact the
Soviet Union ... to discuss the
possibility of developing the
relations between the Soviet
Union and the (rejection) front;
to contact non-aligned countries
and Islamic organizations for
that purpose, also to call for a
special meeting of the United
Nations Committee on the
Exercise by the Palestinian
People of "its Undisputed
National Rights; and to ask the
UN Secretary General that the
world organization reject "any
document or agreement con-
tradicting with the UN
resolutions relevant to the
Palestinian question."
|s regardless of what
ctionist front does,
eports from Cairo.
bent was made after
[a 3,000-word com-
ouncing Egypt and
)avid summit was
lascus at the close
Ctionist conference
JMENT, signed by
| of Syria, Algeria,
Libya and the
Liberation
included a
ever diplomatic
relations with the
[regime, including
ind companies and
Arab boycott on
rho deal with the
el). It also called for
R Arab League
I from Cairo.
declared, "The
ke committed by
of the rejection is
lat the Egyptian
their nationalist
be affected by
resolutions .
ahead with or
. along the road of
tion to regain the
and rights, paying
Robert S. Levy
Campaign Chairman
)t Going It Evenlf Others Refuse
Robert S. Levy, local attorney,
will assume the chairmanship of
the 1979 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
campaign, it was announced by
Alan L. Shulman, president of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County.
Levy has been active in the
Falm Beach County Jewish com-
munity since he first arrived in
West Palm Beach 19 years ago
with his wife Ceil. In 1962 he
helped found the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County
and served as its second vice
president. Three years later he
was elected president of the Fed-
eration and in 1969, as general
campaign chairman, he led the.
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund to an all-time
record total to that date.
MI HAVE witnessed the in-
credible growth of the Jewish
population In Palm Beach
County over the past 19 years,"
stated Levy, "and I am aware of
the tremendous need for in-
creased programs and services
this growth has generated. As we
approach the end of a most sig-
nificant year in the history of the
Jewish people, I have taken on a
Robert S. Levy
great responsibility the
responsibility to lead this com-
munity to the most successful
campaign in its history.
"This is the beginning of a new
year filled with realistic hopes of
peace," Levy continued. "We
must commit ourselves to the
total and maximum mobilization
of our energies and resources in
order to insure the meaningful
surviva.1 of our people at home
Continued on Page 16-A
Knesset Following lead
Cabinet Ukays Begin
Camp David Accords
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
if
Camp David agreements
submitted in a single package.
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Cabinet has ac- Labor had said earlier that it
rontPri a nrnnosal bv Prime would abstain if a separate vote
ceptea a proposal Dy rrime was ripmand^ on the segments
Minister Menachem Begin
endorsing the Camp David
Hopeful omen
accords and empowering
the government to remove
Israeli settlers from Sinai,
contingent upon a peace
agreement with Egypt.
The proposal, which was
submitted to the Knesset
for approval, was adopted
by a vote of 11-2 at a
marathon Cabinet session
that lasted more than eight
hours.
There was no press briefing
after the session ended at 6 p.m.
local time. An official an-
nouncement said: "The Cabinet
has confirmed the Camp David
agreements. It has also con-
firmed in principle the removal of
the settlements."
THE GOVERNMENT'S
decision means that a com-
prehensive package was
presented to the Knesset rather
than a separate proposal on the
settlements. This seemed to
assure the support of the Labor
Party, which voted 220-16 at a
meeting today to support the
was demanded on the settlements
issue. Mapam, a component of
the Labor Alignment, voted last
week to approve the Camp David
agreements.
The proposal read by Begin
stated: "The Knesset approves
the Camp David agreements
signed at the White House or
September 17 by the Primt
Minister. If, during th
negotiations between Israel and
Egypt on the peace agreement
there would be an agreement on
all problems concerning this
agreement and the agreement
is expressed in a writter
document the Knesset em-
powers the government that
within the framework of this
agreement and within a period tc
be agreed by the two sides, t<
remove the Isareli settlers iron
Sinai and resettle them anew."
TWO CABINET member
voted against the proposal -
Minister of Commerce an
Industry Yigal Horwitz an
Minister of Health Elieu
Shostak both members
Likud's La'am faction. The thrt
National Religious Part
ministers abstained.
J


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, Octobers
With the
Organizations
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
West Palm chapter of
Women's American ORT has
arranged a Thanksgiving
weekend for four days and three
nights, Thursday to Sunday,
Nov. 23 to 26, at The Lime Tree
Inn, Lido Beach, Sarasota. For
information, call Anne Shelton.
VETERANS AUXILIARY
The West Palm Beach Ladies'
Auxiliary will hold a general
meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 18
at 12:30 p.m. at the Okeechobee
Holiday Inn. Min Weinstein,
president pro tern, will preside.
Elayne Uhr, president of the
Department of Florida Ladies'
Auxiliary, and her staff of of-
ficers, will make an annual visita-
tion at this meeting. Tickets will
be available for the Nov. 2
luncheon and card party planned
by the auxiliary, to be held at
Kristine's Restaurant, Lake
Worth.
BAT GURION HAD ASS AH
Eleanor Weinstock will speak
on ERA at the Oct. 12 meeting of
the Bat Gurion chapter of
Hadassah. President Barbara
Wunsh, will report on the
national convention held in Jeru-
salem.
ANSHEI SHOLOM
SISTERHOOD
The theatrical group of the
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood will
present the production "We've
Got Rhxthm" in the Temple's
Ben Pulda Social Hall. The
performances will take place on
the evenings of Saturday, Jan. 27
through Tuesday, Jan. 30. with a
matinee on Wednesday, Jan. 31.
The next regular membership
meeting of the Sisterood of Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom will
take place on Tuesday. Oct. 31, at
l ojn. Mildred R>rnb/5"iTi sr.dths
Musical Notes will provide en-
tertainment.
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Century Village, West Palm
Beach, will begin its Yiddish
classes on Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. in
classroom No. 2 in the clubhouse.
Dori Dacher will be teacher.
Those who are interested in
learning Yiddish can register at
the regular Tuesday Yiddish
Culture Group meetings or
contact cultural director Morris
Berlinsky for further in-
formation.
GOLDEN CENTURY POST
Golden Century Post 501,
Ladies Auxiliary, JWV, wilj hold
its official installation on
Monday, Nov. 20, at a luncheon
at 12:30 p.m., at The Sweden
House in North Palm Beach.
Helen M. Nussbaum will be
installed as its first president.
Also installed will be Helen
Klein, senior vice president;
Bette Weinstock, junior vice
president; Ann Hodes, treasurer;
Rosalie Abramowitz. secretary;
Rao Satz, conductress; Pauline
Dars, patriotic instructress:
Ruth Hyde, chaplain; trustees
Hildegard Janson, Dora Strum
and M aline Winters. Reser-
vations may be made by calling
Helen Klein or Bette Weinstock.
ROYAL ORT GROUP
Royal chapter of Women's
American ORT plans a boat ride
on the Intracoastal Waterway at
Hidden Harbor in Pompano on
Saturday, Oct. 14. For reser-
vations call Ida Friedman. The
chapter's regular meeting will be
held Oct. 9 at noon at the Civic
Center. Guest speaker Hank
Greenberg will discuss "The Role
of a Jewish Woman in American
Life." Refreshments will be
served.
B'NAI B'RITH LODGE
B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 3041 of
Palm Beach will present Harold
Collins, mentalist, mind control
expert and humorist from
London, at its next meeting,
Tuesday. Oct. 17, at 8 p.m. at the
Holidav Inn, 2830 South Ocean
Blvd.. Palm Beach.
JEWISH WOMEN
National Council of Jewish
Women. Okeechobee Unit, will
hold its first meeting of the
season at the Century Holiday
Inn. Thursday. Oct. 19, 1 p.m.
Dr. Irving Kikon. guest speaker,
will discuss "Crises in America."
Ruth Glass and Etta Levine,
chairpersons, have completed
plans for a trip to the Keys,
October 24, 25th and 26th.
Contact them for details.
PALM BEACH
VETERANS AUXILIARY
The Palm Beach County
Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A.
Ladies Auxiliary Post 408 will
hold its next meeting on Wed-
nesday, Oct. 18 at 12:30 p.m. at
the Holiday Inn. Century Village,
Okeechobee Blvd.. West Palm
Beach. Mrs. Elaine Uhr,
president. Department of
Florida, will be guest speaker. On
Thursday, "Nov. 2, the group
plans a luncheon and card party
at Kristines Restaurant. Call
I Mrs. Esther Finkel for in-
formation.
TAMAR OF HADASSAH
The season's first meeting will
be held at the Royal Palm Beach
Civic Center on Oct. 30 at 12:30
p.m. The program will be a report
by Frances Freiman on her trip to
the National Convention of
Hadassah in Israel as the
delegate of the Tamar Group.
Refreshments will be served
before the meeting by Sylvia
Gold, hospitality chairman, and
Evelyn Blume, hostess for the
October meeting.
Upcoming events include a
lunch, pool and card party on
Oct. 19 at Ruth Baraoidan's
home. Call her for a reservation.
There will be a membership tea
for new and prospective members
at the home of Rosa Ginsberg on
Oct. 25 at 12:30 p.m. Call Irene
Burns for a reservation.
Paid up membership party will
be on Nov. 20.
Join Hadassah for a
Thanksgiving weekend at the
Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood,
Nov. 23 to Nov. 26. Call Florence
Cooper for a reservation.
The Hadassah Thrift Shop is
open at 526 Clematis Street. If
you would like to work in the
store, call Mary Winnick or
Helen Gintz. All types of mer-
chandise are needed.
LABOR ZIONIST
ALLIANCE
The Labor Zionist Alliance will
welcome members and friends at
the first meeting of the new year
on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 1 p.m. in
the Social Hall of Congregation
Anshei Shalom of Century
Village! William Brooks, station
manager of TV Channel 5. will be
guest speaker and respond to
questions on the broadcasting
industry. The Village Mandolin
Orchestra, under the direction of
Mack Ball, will present a musical
program. The raffle drawing for
the painting by Aaron Rosen will
be held at this meeting.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Golden Century Post No. 501
of the Jewish War Veterans will
meet on Sunday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m.
at Temple Anshei Shalom in
Century Village. David
Bloodworth. state attorney, will
be guest speaker. Refreshments
will be served.
YOVEL HADASSAH
Yovel Hadassah will hold its
regular meeting on Thursday,
Oct. 19, at Congregation Anshei
Sholom at 1 p.m. A guest speaker
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Ramada Inn. For reservations
contact Lee Goldberg.
West Palm Beach chapter of
Hadassah will hold a bazaar on
Nov. 22 at the Palm Beach
Auditorium in which Yovel will
participate. Donations of crafts,
knitted or crochet goods, plants,
are needed. Contact Eve Rogers.
Fay Smith or Frances Reiben.
Yovel is joining with other West
Palm Beach Hadassah Groups in
a repeat Thanksgiving Weekend
from Thursday through Sunday
at the Kosher Saxony Hotel in
Miami Beach. Contact Rose
Brockman or Bertha Kaplan.
BOYNTON BEACH
HADASSAH
Golda Meir-Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold its
regular monthly meeting on
Thursday. Oct. 19, at 12:30 p.m.
at the Temple Beth Sholom, 315
N. "A" St., Lake Worth.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
The next meeting of Deborah
Hospital Foundation is scheduled
for Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 12:30
p.m. at the Citadel. There will be
entertainment by the Ruth Hyde
group.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold its next monthly
meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 17 at
noon in Schwartzberg Hall. The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Luda
Korolshtein, mother of a Russian
refugee family now relocated in
West Palm Beach. Her
discussion will be "A Day in the
Life of a Russian Housewife."
Luncheon will be served.
The newly organized study
group will meet in the Music
Room from 10:30 to 11:30 prior
to the regular monthly meeting.
Rabbi Irving Cohen and Carolyn
Ring jointly conduct this series of
discussions, described as "Food
for Thought" studies. "The
Search and the Challenge
touch on many facets of j^

life.
BETH KODESH
SISTERHOOD
The Sisterhood of Beth Kod J
Congregauon will hold it-m^l
ing on Oct. 25th at 12:30 n^l
the Congregational Church I
Boynton Beach. A Fashion fLI
will follow the business mS
CENTURYORT I
Century Chapter, Wom-J
American ORT. will m.
Thursday, Oct. 12 at \Tm *
Temple Anshei Shalom. Mere*!
Ray of Peoples Federal S
and Loan Bank will speakT
"What to do with your nWeyl
Door prizes and gifts win J
given. Refreshments will v
served. On. Oct. 29 an eveningj
planned at the Musicana.
PIONEER WOMEN
Theodore Herzl Club of PioneJ
Women plans its regular!
meeting, Oct. 17 at 1 pm J
Home Federal Savings & Lq,.
7700 S. Dixie Hy., Lake WortT'
TIKVAH HADASSAH
Tikvah Hadassah bond
meeting is set for Oct. 12 |
Jeanne Raskin's, 10 a.m. Nesl
general meeting is Oct. 30 ||
Anshei Sholom, 12:30 J
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gates to Jerusalem Hadassah |
convention.
For reservations for Thubl
giving Saxony Weekend, all
Roslynd Oliver, Chairman.!
Sunday, Dec. 10 Picnic at Lake!
Worth Playhouse, 8:00 p.m. CaJll
Florence Stockman. Chaptcrl
Bazaar Nov. 22.
BOYNTON B'NAI B'RITH
B'Nai B'Rith Women,!
Boynton Beach chapter, will holdl
its second meeting of the season!
Thursday, Oct. 12, at 12:30pal
Due' to the Rosh Hashauil
holiday, the day has b
changed from Monday u]
Thursday, for this meeting onh/.l
Guest speaker for this meetii||
will be Kay Monsolill. directorofl
volunteers of Palm Beach County I
Health Department. A spoil
Israeli film presentation, "Hi
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Refreshments will be served.
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,y, October 6,1978
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Jage:
In the Jewish month of Tishri,
I approximately 3800 years ago, an
event took place that had a profound
laffect on the conscience of humanity.
I It established the principle that
Man alone is responsible for preserving
the gift of freedom granted to him by
God at the Creation.
I a u T^e experience of the patriarch
Abraham, the father of the Jewish
people, launched a new era of human
[understanding. For Abraham's will-
ingness to sacrifice his most cherished
iP^ession, his son Isaac, on behalf of
F8 fa,th and ideals, gave man a new
direction and purpose for life.
The Biblical story of Abraham s
triumph, therefore, is not merely an
account of the test of the strength of
one man's convictions and prepared-
ness to act on behalf of what he
believed. It is a test all humanity must
be ready to face. For freedom to live,
develop and worship as one chooses is a
rift not easily acquired, and once
obtained, often requires sacrifice to
mHinif humanity is unprepared 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 and 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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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, October 6,1979
Rosh Hashona: Five Years
Ago and Today
Who shall live? And who shall die? These are critical
questions asked auring the High Holy Day period.
On the occasion uf the High Holy Days, 5734, they
may have seemed rhetorical enough as sadly too often
they are. But on Yom Kippur of that year, a sneak attack
was launched by the Arab nations, spearheaded by Egypt
across the Suez Canal, which caught Israel off guard. The
rest is history depending, that is, upon whose view of
history you read.
If you have read the recently-published Anwar Sadat
autobiography, then Egypt was triumphant, and only the
intercession of other nations kept him from wiping Israel
off the face of the earth.
If you have read the newspaper accounts published
day-to-day through Oct. 22, 1978, of that year, then you
know that Egypt's third army was surrounded to the
north of Suez in the Sinai, while an angry and rapidly-
moving Israeli contingent marched southward in Egypt
toward Cairo to gain revenge.
If you have read those accounts, then you know that
onlv the strnng-armed intercession of the United States
forced Israel to relinquish its hold on the third army -
indeed to permit United Nations forces to pass through its
lines in order to feed the defeated Egyptians and to
minister to their medical needs You know that the United
States warned Israel to halt its march southward in
Egypt, or it would invite the Russians into the fray in
behalf of the Arab cause.
On the High Holy Days, 5739, it does not seem to
matter very much which account you have read whether
you prefer history or fiction. On the High Holy Days,
5739, miraculously, only five years after that dastardly
attack, peace between Israel and the Arabs seems sud-
denly a possibility.
What does matter about the 1973 war and the three
wars between Israel and the Arabs preceding it are the
untold numbers of dead and maimed, the brutal carnage,
the accounting of lives of men on both sides of their
seemingly irreconcilable ideologies destroyed by their
weakness at reconciliation.
What does matter on High Holy Days 5739 is that
perhaps the reconciliation is finally at hand.
We do not believe we are incorrigible if we insist that
Anwar Sadat's role in all of this has come less from his
spiritual need to be a peace-maker than from his astute
assessment of Egyptian realpolitik. Without peace, his
leadership of Egypt is doomed. And there is a real pos-
sibility that his country is doomed, as well.
Neither would it be a betrayal of our spiritual kinship
to Israel and its leaders to recognize that the burdens of
the four wars they have borne these last thirty years of
their existence has brought them close to domestic ruin,
themselves. One can argue over which nation is worse off
at home, which nation can hold out longer.
One can say with pride that certainly Israel has the
edge.
But there is a keener sense of satisfaction in the hope
that both peoples have been brought together by a sudden
and common decision no longer to suffer senseless misery.
If there is a time for dying, there is also a time for living.
We understand, as we say, Sadat's motives. We
prefer to insist that Israel has no motives other than peace
itself. But that would not be altogether true, and it is to
Prime Minister Begin s credit that he has been willing to
show that card of domestic crisis which Israel has held so
secretly for so long in the murderous game with the Arabs
-- Prime Minister Begin who, for decades, flaunted the
reputation of intransigence, intractability, the nay-sayer
to reconciliation.
From him comes now the possibility for peace -- from
him and from the Israeli people. From Anwar Sadat comes
that possibility, even to the extent of going it alone if the
Arab confrontation states continued to refuse.
On the High Holy Days 5739 we ask. Who shall live?
And who shall die?
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Dacey Attacks Israel Bond Safety
Friday. October 6.1978
Volume 4
5 TISHRI 5739
Number 20
Jewish Floridian News Feature
A well-financed cam-
paign by the "American
Palestine Committee" is
sending copies broadside to
Jews across the nation of
The American Mercury
Magazine containing an
article by Norman F.
Dacey. On its face, the
mailing seems innocent
enough until these facts
become clear:
The magazine is not the
same once-famous periodical
edited by the distinguished
Baltimore journalist-intellectual
maverick, H.L. Mencken;
In more recent years, the
magazine has become a voice of
the extreme right-wing, with
some obvious elements of anti-
Semitism and anti-Israel editorial
feelings thrown in;
9 The "American Palestine
Committee" is not a Jewish or-
ganization or even an umbrella
organization for all people
working toward peace in the
Middle East, but a well-financed
Dacey operation with the strands
of his cash register in Southbury,
Conn., going way back to the
Arab League;
Dacey is, himself,
profoundly anti-Israel, anti-
Zionist, and a careful anti-
Semite.
DACEY CAME to provocative
national prominence when on
June 6, 1972, he placed a highly
controversial full-page ad-
vertisement in The New York
Times in the form of a letter to
the President (Nixon). In it,
Dacey condemned America's
"blind support" for Israel,
labeled American Jews as a
'potent Fifth Column," and
called the President's Middle
East policy "intolerable.''
With minor variations, this
piece has since been reprinted in
such publications as the now
defunct Common Sense, a
vehemently anti-Semitic hate
sheet founded in 1946 by the late
Conde McGinley, Sr., who for
almost 20 years was one of the
most notorious anti-Jewish
bigots and professional hate
propagandists in the U.S.
McGinley died in 1963, but his
publication was continued by his
son and a group of long-time
McGinley associates for several
years thereafter.
All of this is important to
understand because the current
broadside mailing of The
American Mercury contains an
article by Dacey entitled "For
Owners of Israel Bonds .
Danger Ahead!"
IN IT, Dacey writes that
"Next to U.S. Treasury
obligations and AT&T stock,
Israel Bonds are the most widely-
held securities in the world.
Unlike the first two," he adds,
"which are purchased
deliberately and unemotionally
for their investment value, the
bonds of the State of Israel have
small investment appeal. Some
are purchased out of a sense of
ethnic obligation, of tribal
loyalty, but a very large
proportion of the sales can be
credited to a hard-sell mode of
distribution which, in harness
with the United Jewish Appeal
constitutes what is essentially a
form of direct taxation levies by
the Government of Israel upon
World Jewry."
In the article, Dacey warns
that "It took Israel 16 years to
accumulate its first billion dollars
of bonded indebtedness, five
years for the second billion, two
years for the third billion, and
only one year for the fourth."
PREDICTS DACEY: "The
net effect... will be that in less
than five years, the average
Israeli family's income will be
But knowing the man and his sources makes him
little more than a pathetic bigot bent on dis-
seminating meddlesome misinformation.
insufficient to service its share
(italics his) of the national debt"
Attributing some of his figures
to Hayom Haze, which he calls
"Moshe Dayan's shortlived
newspaper," Dacey quotes
Dayan that "There is no escape
from the conclusion that we
(Israel) are in the middle of
bankruptcy. We have simply not
the smallest chance to pay our
debts because they are being
doubled every two and a half
years."
The reported national
broadside mailing has sent off
copies of Dacey s article to Jews,
many of whom are neither active
in their Jewish communities, nor
have they ever owned a single
Israel Bond.
This seems bizarre in light of
the fact that Dacey's purpose is
to scare Israel Bond-holders and
purchasers off with additional
statements like "The insolvency
toward which Israel is drifting
inexorably is not the concern of
that state alone. In the U.S.,
Israel Bond holdings may spell
financial disaster for thousands
of individuals, school, college,
hospital and church endowment
funds, banks, insurance com-
panies, and pension and profit
sharing plans which have
committed their participants'
money to loans to the Jewish
state."
ISRAEL BOND officials, both
nationally and in Miami, have
reported dozens of calls by the
recipients of the Dacey material
who are either incensed, or else
frankly concerned about their
Israel Bond investments. Those
who have no active affiliation
with the Jewish community
simply wonder what's going on.
Dacey obviously gets Jewish
names by the indiscriminate
purchase of mailing lists.
Dacey's background is
checkered. In the mid-1960's, he
received some prominence from
widespread publicity as author of
How to Avoid Probate! so
many of Dacey's titles seem to
end in exclamation marks.
Now age 70, he has been
receiving increasing notoriety as
an active supporter of the Pales-
tinian cause and has cooperated
with leading Arab and pro-Arab
propagandists in the U.S. and the
Middle East.
EVER HAPPY to attack
established practices and to de-
monstrate how to get around
them such as probate, the
subject of his mid- '60's bestseller
which got him into trouble with
the Grievance Committee of the
Fan-field County (Conn.) Bar
Association on charges that he
was engaged in the unauthorized
practice of law Dacey did not
hesitate to take on a free-
swinging assault against the life
insurance industry, too, with
books like What's Wrong With
Your Life Insurance?
Increasingly contentious and
inaccurate, it was reported that
on May 4, 1970, the U.S.
Securities and Exchange
Commission announced its
censure of Dacey for securities
violations in connection with the
offering of shares of a Dacey
Trust Fund during January and
July, 1969. Examiners for the
SEC charged the Dacey offering
to be materially misleading
because they implied an
assurance that an investor's
capital would increase, while not
pointing out the market risks
inherently involved in in-
vestments in mutual fund shares.
It was when these contentious,
extra-legal operations got him
into trouble the How to Avoid
Probate! book earned him a
permanent injunction that was
sustained by the Connecticut and
United States Supreme Courts
that Dacey took to stepped-up
pro-Arab, anti-Israel, and anti-
Zionist activity as the next phase
in his profitable operations.
IN 1969, DACEY was iden-
tified in a London Jewish
Observer and Middle East
Review article as the reported
author of a plan to establish a
Palestinian state on the West
Bank, with Israel's boundaries
reduced to those as set forth in
the original 1947 United Nations
Partition Plan.
The American Friends of the
Middle East promptly began
circulating the Dacey plan in
Washington. AFME is a pro-
Arab group that was organized in
the U.S. in 1961.
In more recent years, Dacey
has written frequent fetters to
newspapers espousing the Arab
viewpoint, denouncing Israel and
Zionism, and has had his
materials published in pro-Arab
propaganda publications such as
Free Palestine, a now defunct
pro-Fatah monthly published in
Washington, and Middle East
Perspective, a periodical
published by Alfred Lilienthal,
for two decades a leading pro-
Arab propagandist in the United
States.
DACEY'S CURRENT
propaganda charges that Zionism
and ingathering are "not
motivated by a humanitarian
desire to save Jews outside Israel
from persecution, but rather
reflect the consuming ambition to
build a powerful economic
political entity in the Middle
East."
A favorite Dacey tactic is to
repeat the anti-Jewish canard
that "96 percent of world Jewry
(including Russian Jewry) has no
ethnic connection whatever with
the Holy Land" because "almost
without exception, all Russian
Jews are descendants of the
Khazar tribe who converted
to Judaism in the eighth cen-
tury."
Most recently, he has con-
demned the alleged dual
citizenship and dual loyalty of
American Jews. He charges that
everything the Gestapo did to the
Jews in World War II, the
Israelis are now doing in the
Middle East "except for the
ovens."
IN AN impassioned speech in
Danbury, Conn., at a Lebanon
American Club, he is reported in
the Danbury News-Times to have
declared: "We must demand an
end to the corrupting influence of
Zionism in American political
life, an end to surreptitious
supplying of campaign funds and
its payments of funds running
into thousands of dollars to our
elected representative ostensibly
for appearances at Israel Bond
rallies and other Zionist functions
"These are simply bribes, and
our senators and representatives
are selling their votes for cash,
paying off their benefactors by
voting billion-dollar ap-
propriations for Israel. This
treason, and it, not Watergate, is
the political crime of the cen-
tury."


^^Octobere,
1978
The Jewish Fjoridian of Palm Beach County
Perspectives
on
Jewish Education
Why and Wherefore
BvMORDECAILEVOW
Director, Jewish
Day School
The introduction of a regular
column on Jewish education
really needs no rationale. Few
would argue that effective Jewish
education is critical to Jewish
survival and growth. This is not a
new idea or concept.
The lofty conception which the
Jewish people had of education is
reflected in the fact that as early
as the first century c.e. universal
elementary education was in-
troduced. During the Talmudic
period, without the actual use of
compulsion, the provision made
by Joshua Ben Gamala made
education practical for children of
six or seven. The tractate Baba
Batka, of the Talmud records
"therefore is the man to be
remembered for good Joshua
Ben Gamala is his name, for if
not for him, Torah would have
been forgotten in Israel. At first
he who had a father was taught
by his father he who had no
father did not study the Torah
... until Joshua Ben Gamala
came and arranged that teachers
for elementary schools be on duty
in every province and in every
city and that the children enter at
the age of six or seven.
FOR ALMOST two millenia
Jewish education was the joint
responsibility of the family and
the community. For almost two
thousand years the thesis of the
curriculum of the Jewish child
was the literature of the Jewish
people Torah and Talmud, the
Prayers, and the actual life ac-
tivities of the Jew. .
These are still the core of
studies in the Jewish school
but the setting has changed. No
longer is the Kehillah the major
agency of Jewish education; no
longer is the family the seminal
source of Jewish life.
The cataclysmic events of the
past century the burgeoning of
the American Jewish Community
- the Holocaust, the Creation of
Israel, the changing role of the
family have created a whole new
set of circumstances and
challenges for Jewish education
and the Jewish educator. How
does one insure a quality of
Jewish life and Jewish survival?
How does one retain authentic
Judaism while accommodating to
great changes of the seventies
and beyond? What new struc-
tures have emerged to insure
Jewish continuity and growth?
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Jewish Day School. From a
handful about 50 years ago,
today there are, some 500 day
schools with an enrollment
approaching 100,000. These
schools run the gamut from Ultra
Orthodox to Reform. We in Palm
Beach County have a unique
resource for Jewish education
and Jewish survival in our
Jewish Community Day School.
The 113 students currently
enrolled in the Day School
represent a broad cross-section of
the religion and sociological
makeup of our Jewish com-
munity.
The Day School provides the
Jewish child with a synthesis of
Jewish and secular studies. The
Day School provides the number
of hours of Jewish studies
required to explore, in meaning-
ful depth, the broad range of
Jewish knowledge and ex-
perience. The Day School, by
combining a fine secular studies
program with an intensive
Jewish education, educates the
whole child. The Day School is
providing the future leadership
for our community and its insti-
tutions.
Further the Day School,
because it is a communal school
not tied to any one institution
can be a vital force for the im-
provement of Jewish education
available to every child and adult
in our community. But the Day
School is not the only bright spot
in today's Jewish education
picture.
OTHER EXCITING things
are happening in Jewish
education: the Havurah
Movement, Jewish camping,
innovative informal education,
Israel and the growth of Jewish
studies on the college campus.
This list is long. The list of our
non-successes is also long: Bar-
Mitzvah dropouts, minimal
standards, inter-marriage, bored
kids, disinterested parents, etc.
Our intent is to explore all of
these aspects of Jewish
education. We shall invite our
colleagues to share their
thoughts with you, too.
All of us are responsible for one
another. All of us share a concern
for what happens to every Jewish
child and adult.
CRC Update
In light of the historic meeting known as the Camp David
Summit, the Israel-Middle-East Task Force of the Community
Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County wishes to issue the following statement:
The presidents of the three great nations involved at the
Camp David Summit deserve our praise, prayers and thanks for
their efforts on behalf of peace in the Middle East.
We quote from Prime Minister Begin's recent speech to a
large group of Jewish leaders in New York: "The Jews are a
great people, tempered to suffering, proud of their heritage and
dedicated to survival. We dedicate ourselves to peace and
survival with dignity. My appeal to you is, let us stand together
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The Jewish FloridianofPalm Beach County
Friday, October 6,1978
A Meeting With Prime Minister Begin
By GEORGE GOLDEN
(Editor's Note: Mr. Golden
was sent to New York as a
representative of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County on
Sept. 20 to meet with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin
immediately after the Camp
David Summit).
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin of Israel told a cheering
audience of over 2,500 Jewish
leaders that a military presence
will stay in Judea and Samaria
(the West Bank) as well as in
Gaza, "to defend our people. I
declare," he added, "that they
(the military) will stay beyond
five years. Palestinian Jews will
have security as we firmly believe
indispensable justice dictates."
Speaking at a hastily arranged
meeting in New York City under
the auspices of the Organization
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this year from two Detroit sites where they had opened racist
bookstores have a third store here. But the local residents and
civic groups vow they will be forced to move.
Leaflets placed in the store front expound theories that
Jews should be excluded from America to keep the white race
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whites. The Nazis repeatedly try to entice passersby with signs
saying. "C'mon inside, it's a gas chamber."
BILL RUSSELL, the self-styled 'captain'' of Detroit's
"National Socialist Movement,'" has filed a $1.26 million federal
suit charging the party's civil rights were violated when they
were evicted from the other stores. He claimed his right to free
speech was repressed.
But Henry Grzlewski. a neighbor, was quoted as saying:
"They're getting the hell out of there. They gave us enough
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of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, Begin
again and again praised
President Jimmy Carter not only
for his having arranged the Camp
David Summit but for his per-
severance in getting the prin-
cipals to stick to the negotiation
process until an agreement in
principle was reached.
"WE SOUGHT an agreement
with security and honor and the
framework which we signed is (in
fact) a treaty (with) 98 percent of
the issues resolved," said the
Israeli leader. Going over many
of the troublesome issues slowly
and with careful deliberation the
Prime Minister, in his 40 minute
address, referred to the set-
tlements in the Sinai and in
Judea and Samaria. "The set-
tlements of Sinai, built by my
predecessors are a problem (but)
I praise them for building these
with prudence for Israel's
security. We hope to plan for a
peace and security for our
children and their children and
for all future generations and
never again will we permit the
destruction of the Jewish
People."
Regarding the future of the
Jewish settlements in the Sinai,
Begin said that he told President
Carter and President Sadat that
he had no right to give up these
settlements. "The Knesset has to
do that," he told them. "They
(the Knesset members) represent
the people. They will vote freely.
No foriegn pressure will be
exerted on our Knesset, not by
anybody in the world.
Illegitimate pressure for an
unfavorable vote will not be
tolerated. I am the Prime
Minister of a free democracy."
The Prime Minister said that he
advocated that the issue should
be negotiated as part of the peace
treaty to be made between Egypt
and Israel within the next three
months. He said that his
government would carry out the
wishes of the Knesset on this
issue.
Begin told his hushed
audience, which hung on his
every word, that on Wednesday,
Sept. 13, he requested a private
meeting with the American
president and he then described
in detail bow in a quiet and
solemn atmosphere, with just the
two men present, he again slowly
and with painstaking exactness
described to Carter what would
follow should the West Bank be
returned to Palestinian
sovereignty.
HE PREDICTED an Arafat
controlled West Bank and
concluded that this waa not a
prescription for peace hut for
war. To further emphasize the
sincerity and logic of the Israeli
position, he pointed out to
President Carter that the climate
for peace in the Sinai was totally
different and there Israel wanted
not one scrap of land or
sovereignty. He said that it was
the duty of the leaders at Camp
David to be concerned with the
Palestinian Arabs and Jews as
people and not with the
sovereignty at this time.
He said that peace for these
poor destitute people waa their
main concern and that the
chances for peace should not be
killed over the issue of the
sovereignty of the region. He told
his audience that he concluded
his arguments to the President
by saying, "Let my right hand
forget its cunning before I sign a
document that would agree to
return the area of Judea and
Samaria to Arab sovereignty.
The Prime Minister said that he
convinced our president who in
turn persuaded President Sadat
to that point of view.
On the matter of Jerusalem,
Begin told Carter that
"Jerusalem is reunited and in-
divisible and will remain the
capitol of the State of Israel for
as long as the Jewish people shall
live." Prime Minister Begin
concluded saying, "The fighter
for liberation hates war but
sometimes one must fight. We
fought for the liberation of our
land. The Jews are a great people
tempered to suffering, proud of
their heritage and dedicated to
survival. We dedicate ourselves
to peace and survival with
dignity. My appeal to you is, Let
us stand together come what
may."
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fatigue from his long and arduous
stay in America. He left New
York that evening for Israel.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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palm Beach Jewry Observe Kever Avot
t Jewish tradition
l AnCienthat members of the
1*^ faith remember their
Hied loved ones in a
E*l service at the site of
B[The service is known as
\prAvot.
hlo Beach County Jewry will
I observe these services in three
burial gardens owned and
operated by members of the
Jewish faith of Palm Beach
County as a Jewish, charitable
organization known as The
Jewish Community Cemetery
Association of Palm Beach
County on Oct. 8, at the following
times and places, with Rabbi
Asher Bar-Zev of Congregation
Beth Torah Sets Services
Joan Friedman, a fourth year
Lbbinical student at Hebrew
ffconegeinNewYork.wUl
Imnduct High Holiday Services
CwB as the Shabbat Service
Light at the newly formed
ILple Beth Torah of Palm
I Beach County. Cantor Al Stumer
I.(New York also will officiate.
IAlan Lifshitz is High Holiday
| chairman.
Father Michael Jones and the
I congregants of St. David's in the
Pines Retreat have offered their
facilities to the Temple as a
meeting place. The church is
I located on Forest Hill Blvd. and
Wellington Trace in Wellington.
I Shabbat Services will be held
I every Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Mrs. Paul (Joan) Moskowitz is
I Temple president. The Advisory
I Committee consists of Mrs.
Moskowitz, Paul Moskowitz,
Mrs. Alan (Barbara) Lifshitz,
Joseph Glickman and Alan
I Black.
I Sisterhood has been
organized with Mrs. Larry
(Barbara) Franklin, president.
The group meets the last
Tuesday of each month.
Religious school is in session,
meeting Mondays and Wed-
nesdays from 4:30 to 6:30.
Cantor Arthur Rosenwasser is
director of the Hebrew Depart-
ment and Mrs. Kevin (Nancy)
Miner is director of the Customs
and Ceremonies Department.
Mrs. Lifshitz is chairman of the
Education Committee.
HELP WANTED:
Federation Office. Temporary
clerk-typist, approximately six
months. 5-day week. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience.
Call 689-5900.
Beth El, West Palm Beach,
Florida, officiating:
11 a.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery,
6411 Parker Ave., West Palm
Beach (between Southern Blvd.
and Forest Hill Blvd.)
1 p.m. at Royal Palm Memorial
Gardens, 5601 Greenwood
Avenue, West Palm Beach, (just
north of St. Mary's Hospital)
3 p.m. at Woodlawn Cemetery,
South Dixie Highway, West
Palm Beach.
These services are held under
the supervision and approval of
the Rabbinical Council of the
Palm Beaches.
-NOTE-
Political Reading Material and Advertising on this page is not
to be construed as an endorsement by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
Thank you for your support in my
recent election to the
County Court bench.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, October 6
1978
Jewish Community Center Presents |
SENIOR NEWS
Transportation The Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center
is open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The
Center is federally funded by
Title III Older Americans Act
and provides transportation for
disadvantaged adults in the
designated area, Ocean to the
Turnpike, and 45th St. to So.
Blvd. The center personnel take
people to doctors* offices, social
service agencies, lawyers,
nutrition centers, nursing homes,
hospitals, and shopping. Call the
Center at least 24 hours in ad-
vance.
Classes -Adult Community
Education classes began on Sept.
18th. You can still register for
these classes. Classes are free.
Oil Painting, Mondays, 9-noon.
Water Color, Mondays, 1-4
p.m.
Arts / Crafts, Tuesdays, 9-
noon. Learn to do macrame
call for information about
materials.
Creative Writing, Wed-
nesdays, 9-noon.
You & Your Money, Wed-
nesdays, 1-3 p.m.
Drivers' Workshop Driver's
licenses must be renewed in your
birth month. Every first Fri.
1:30-3:30 Bill Freeman, in-
structor, will review for the test.
All drivers and future drivers are
welcome to attend. Manuals
available at center.
Project Good Health Meets
Thursdays from 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Chairperson, Jean Gross an-
nounces these speakers for the
month of October: Oct. 12 Dr.
S. Sherman films describing
major health problems. Oct. 19
John Brown, director of fiscal
services at St. Mary's Hospital
information regarding hos-
pitals, money procedures. Oct.
26, Dr. A. Kohn, Ophthal-
mologist discussion on eye
problems.
Second Tuesday Club Helen
Nussbaum will present the
significance of the High Holy
Days, accompanied by Ruth
Hyde. Refreshments will be
served.
Trips: Lido Spa Make your
reservations for the Lido Spa in
Miami Beach for Nov. 19'Nov.
22. Call Pauline Brim berg, 683-
1053 at the Center at 689-7700 for
further information.
"See Miami on Your Own" -
Mark Oct. 26 on your calendar
for our bus trip to Lincoln Rd. in
Miami. Call Sam Rubin 686-9592
or the Center 689-7700 for
reservations.
New Year's Eve is right around
the comer don't be left alone,
come and join the group going to
the Jungle Queen for a dinner and
boat cruise and entertainment.
Call Sam Rubin 686-9592 or the
Center 689-7700. Reservations
are limited to Chai members until
Nov. 1. After that time non-
members may make reservations
if space is still available.
Artist of the Month Esther
Molat, chairperson announces
the artist of the month of October
will be Henry Weissman.
Hospitality Corner Stop by
the Center Monday-Friday, 9
a.m.-5 p.m. for coffee, tea and
cookies.
Sing-Along Lillian Kessler,
invites you to join her on the
fourth Friday of the month 1:80-
3:30 to sing and socialize.
SPECIAL EVENTS: JCC
MEN'S ATHLETIC
COUNCIL
The Men's Athletic Council
will sponsor a Softball Game on
the Camp Shalom grounds on
Belvedere Road on Sunday, Oct.
8 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
For directions to the camp or
further information on the
Athletic Council contact co-
chairman Joe Karp or Sam Strow
at the Center at 689-7700.
2ND ANNUAL PLANT
AUCTION
Sponsored by the JCC
Women's League, this year's
Plant Event of the Season will be
held at the Fountains of the Palm
Beaches, Lake Worth on
Saturday, Oct. 14. Available for
auction will be unusual plants of
all sizes and types, handpainted
and original one of a kind ceramic
pottery items, and macrame
hangings.
WINE & CHEESE
PREVIEW AUCTION
Coffee and cake will follow
auction. All proceeds to benefit
the Jewish Community Center
Children's Programs. Admission
by advance reservation at the
JCC. Barbara Bernstein
chairperson.
THEODORE BIKEL
BENEFIT CONCERT
On Saturday, Dec. 9 at the
Poinciana Playhouse, Palm
Beach, the JCC will present
balladeer Theodore Bikel in
concert. Tickets for this event are
available at the Center offices
during office hours. Proceeds
from this event will benefit the
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KEREN ORR COMMUNITY
PRESCHOOL:
There is still space for ad-
ditional children in the kinder-
garten group. There is a waiting
list for other age groups. Trans-
portation is now available in the
north at a minimal charge.
SUKKOT CELEBRATION:
Plan to celebrate Sukkot with
the JCC Family at Camp Shalom-
on Sunday, Oct. 15th Help
decorate the giant Sukkah with
the traditional etrog, lulav and
palm fronds.
JAMES GORFINKLE
MEMORIAL FUND
AND PLAYGROUND:
The Board of Directors of the
Jewish Community Center has
established a special Memorial
Fund to honor the name of James
Gorfinkle. The fund will be used
to develop a playground for the
use of the JCC Pre-School
children and will be known as the
James Gorfinkle Memorial
Playground. Contributions from
the public are welcome and
should be sent to the Jewish
Community Center of the Palm
Beaches, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd.,
W.P.B. 33409. A dedication
ceremony is planned for
December.
ADULT COURSES:
DISCO DANCING: David
Bryant, T. Washington, and Ron
Schenberg; Beginners and those
with experience. Learn the latest
disco steps. Tuesday, 6:30-7:30
p.m.; 7:30-8:30 p.m.; 8:30-9:30
p.m.
BEGINNING BRIDGE: Al
Merion, Goren Society; For
beginners and those needing
"Brush up" Wednesdays 7:30-
9:30 p.m.
ADULT PROGRAMS
AND ACTIVITIES
The following is a sampling of
the Fall Programs available from
the Jewish Community Center.
All classes begin the last week of
October. Advance payment is
required. (Minimum registration
on all courses.) Call the Center
offices at 689-7700 if you have
any questions. Ask for Sue Levi,
director adult education and
activities:
ASSERTIVENESS
TRAINING: Myles Cooley, Phd.
How to be assertive without
being aggressive, Mondays; 7-9
p.m.
WINE TASTING SEMINAR:
Charles Colhoun; Introduction to
the art of tasting wines. Fee
includes wines, cheeses, crackers.
Tuesdays; 8-9 p.m.
PARENTING FOR COMPE-
TENCE: Robert Barnard, M.A.;
Building self-esteem in your
youngsters, realistic goal setting,
reduce threat in competitive
situations. Wednesday 7:30-9
p.m.
JEWISH MYSTICISM: Jerry
Hochman; Overview of
mysticism, specifically social &
historical factors and how thev
relate to religious development,
selected readings covering Hassi-
dism, Kabbalah, Isaac Luria.
Thursday; 8-9 p.m.
TENNIS CLINIC: Abe
Belgard; Professional Instructor
will teach out of Camp Shalom;
Women, Men, Three & Me
(Mixed Doubles) Day and time at
students convenience.
SCUBA DIVING: (in coopera-
tion with Seapro) Instruction
includes lecture, poolwork,
shallow and deep ocean dives.
Equipment provided, (tanks, wet
suits, buoyancy compensation)
Tuesdays/Thursdays 7:30-9:00
p.m.
AQUACIZE: Jean Erde,
YWCA Pool, Ware Drive,
Thursdays, 3:15-4 p.m.
SPORTS CLINIC: Freddie
Sills, Physical Education Teacher
(Every Sunday at Camp Shalom)
Activities such as tennis, basket-
ball, volleyball, soccer, softball.
Teams forming.
HEBREW LANGUAGE IN-
STRUCTION: Students partici-
pating in the JCC Ulpan Center
Learn to read, write in cursive
and master simple conversation
in the sephardic pronunciation.
Level I: Mondays/Wednesdays,
8:45-10:30 a.m. Level II:
Mondays / Wednesdays, 10:30-
12:15 p.m. Level III. Times to be
announced.
NATURAL FOOD COOK-
ING: Brian Rich, utilizing
healthful, unusual ingredients to
prepare tasty dishes. Cooking for
specific health problems; Wed.
7:30-9:30 p.m.
JEWISH ETHNIC
COOKING: Florence Saterstein;
Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Fall Programs begin the week
of Oct. 30. If you wish to receive a
comprehensive brochure of ac-
tivities, call 689-7700 and ask to
be placed on the general mailing
list.
SPORT PROGRAM:
Children in grade and high
school are invited to join Freddie
Sills, new coach, for after school
sports. Meet at the Center on
Tuesday and Wednesday af-
ternoons. Clinics in softball
volleyball, basketball, and tennis
will be held at Camp Sholom.
TEENS & TWEENS:
Teens are continuing to meet
every Tuesday evening at 7:30
and Tweens on Wednesdays at
7:30 p.m. New Teen leader is
Jamie Higgins.
PUSH THE ARTS IN
PALM BEACH COUNTY:
The Jewish Community Center
of the Palm Beaches announces I
the opening of our new cultural
arts division. Courses in the Fine
and Performing Arts are now
available for all ages. Highlights
for adults include courses in:
interior design, life drawing,
barbershop quartet, Gilbert &
Sullivan Operetta Workshop,
mime, theatre through the ages,
acting workshop, belly dancing,
and modern dance. For teens:
mime, ballet, acting workshop,
ceramics, and batik. For
children: ballet, drama club, and
mime. Piano and voice lessons
will be offered by the JCC by
appointment only. All of these
activities begin Oct. 30. Register
early. For details, contact
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
goll, Cultural Arts
first Center Stage
,,-y Theatre production
IC/cast: Named to roles are
^Rachles, Bill Rachles,
tuna Flexer, Gail Weinetein,
ggU William Manley. Billy
fjndSamStrow.
-(ormances of Paddy
fakv's Middle fthe Nlght
lJan.20and21st.
DREN'S PROGRAMS:
Urations are now being
Jj for children s after-
Xrograms. These activities
i, sample of whafs in store^for
En frm kindergarten
Lgb sixth grade.
[BEEN THUMB: Discover
f world of plants on Monday
ions from 4 to 5 pjn., (iv-d
HILDREN'S ULPAN:
the quick easy, fun,
hensive way to speak
with Diane Soil.
Level Tuesday-
irew
ner
Jorsday
nediate
4:30-5:30 p.m.
Level Monday-
Wednesday, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
SWEET TOOTH: Come and
cook all the sweets you love to eat
with instructor Lisa G. Rubin.
Mondays at 4-5 p.m. (4-6 Grade)
ARTS & CRAFTS POT
POURRI: Come and create the
pictures and various articles
using different media; Lisa
Rubin instructor, Mondays, 5-6
p.m., 4-6 Grade; Thursdays 4-5
p.m. (K-3 Grade)
JEANS & THINGS: Paint,
embroider and sew on your jeans
and T-Shirts with Cheryl
Eisenberg. Wednesdays 5-6
p.m. (4-6 Grade)
Boys & Girls 4-6 Grade im-
prove your athletic skills. Join
Basketball and Volleyball Clinics
Thursday and Monday af-
ternoons. Call the Center for
times.
CUB SCOUTS:
The JCC will be forming Cub
Scout Troops for boys ages 8, 9,
& 10. Contact the center if in-
terested.
ART AUCTION TO BE
HELD NOV. 4
Original artwork by such
masters as Lieberman, Calder,
Miro, Max, Boulanger, Neiman
will be auctioned by Steve
Bursten of Broward Galleries at
Temple Israel, 1901 N. Flagler
Drive on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Champagne preview starts at
7:30 p.m. and the auction begins
8:30. Tom Davidoff, DDS and
Howard Sabarra, MD co-
chairmen. Approximately 125
pieces of art, including original
oils, lithos. etchings, will be
auctioned with proceeds bene-
fitting the JCC. Admission is
free.
WANTED: 350 BTU Window
type airconditioner for Pre-
School. If you know of anyone Manon and Sam Rubm were presented with a plaque of ap-
who wishes to donate one please preciation by Board member. Dr. Allan Fox, for all of their
contact the Center at 689-7700. efforts on behalf of the JCC and the Second Tuesday Club.
an Mar* II) lights the
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as recording secretary
r the JCC Women's League.
Pincourt lr), president
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ony.
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Speakers Training Institute, led by Diane Soil (standing left) chairman of the Department of
Communications, Fort Lauderdale College, West Palm Beach campus. The program, which was
presented in two sessions, dealt with the various techniques of public speaking to formal and
informal groups. The women were also given resource information on current issues concerning
Israel, local community problems, and the Jewish agencies in Palm Beach County. Carole
Koeppel, Women's Division Speakers Bureau Chairman, coordinated the program.
Ellen Weingard was installed
at the paid up membership
meeting as the new president
of the JCC Women's League.
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Reform Hebrew Congregation
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and Sabbath services in the social
hall of St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, 188 South SwintonAve.,
Delray Beach. Rabbi Emmet
Frank will conduct Sabbath ser-
vices, and Rabbi Joel Goor will
conduct High Holy Day services.
Yiddish Culture Group
The Yiddish Culture Group
will meet Thursday, Oct. 19 at 10
a.m. in the Party Room. Morris
Breg will play his classical
mandolin; Louie Bialy will speak
about Jewish history; Chana
Safron will read two of her com-
positions; and Fanny Serowitz
will sing Yiddish folk tunes.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County____________ __
Friday, October (
Road to Settlements is Rocky
Gush Not Planning to Give Up
Without Mounting Major Battle
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Premier Menachem Begin met
with Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan, Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman, and Agriculture
Minister Ariel Sharon at his
residence last night to discuss the
Gush Kmunim illegal settlement
Sovereignty Unquestioned
Kollek, Egyptian Deputy
ee on Jerusalem
Agr<
activities, the freezing of set-
tlements on the West Bank, and
the removal of settlements on the
Rafah salient of the Sinai.
The meeting was part of
Begin's attempt to explain to
various Cabinet ministers that
the decision at Camp David to
remove the settlements in Rafah
was necessary to obtain full peace
with Egypt.
WHILE BEGIN is fairly
assured of receiving a majority
on the issue in the Knesset, the
public outcry by those to be
affected by the pullback has
intensified. A group of about 100
residents of Kiryat Arba at
JERUSALEM JTA Mayor Teddy Kollek said that
he agrees with Egyptian Deputy Prime Minister Hassan el
Tohami as to the establishment of separate municipal councils Hebronput'up a*"settlement'' on
a hill adjacent to the industrial
area last night.
fn Jerusalem, but cautioned that this was on the condition that
Jerusalem remain under Israeli sovereignty with one mayor.
In an interview with a Maariv correspondent in Rabat,
Tohami had sajd that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
promised the U.S. and Israel that the Israeli capital would
remain united and that the solution would be the establishment
of two separate municipal councils one Arab and one Jewish --
which would be under one united Jerusalem municipal council.
not swear allegiance to a
government that removes Jewish
settlers."
LATE SATURDAY night,
hundreds of persons from Gush
Emunim and the Sinai set-
tlements gathered together'
outside Begin's Jerusalem
residence, as well as the homes of
other ministers, to accuse the
government of selling them out.
When demonstrators climbed
onto the porch of Interior
Minister Yosef Burg's house, a
number of policemen and security
personnel were called in. Two
demonstrators were taken into
policy custody. The rest, who had
intended holding an all-night
vigil in the area, were dispersed
by morning.
One of the demonstrators
taken into custody, Yehuda
Etxion. noted that the Gush
decided to hold their stick
prayers preceding the HiKh Hoi
Days outside the prj
Minister's residence. "We
entering an unprecedentJ
struggle," he said, adding th,
"the government is leading usi
a holocaust."
MEANWHrLE, settlers f,
the Rafah salient were also actii
over the weekend. They set i
roadblock near Yamit in a wd
organized protest againl
handing the Israeli settlemel
over to Egypt.
Displaying placards
read "Road closed due to selt<
of principles," the settk
managed to block the El
road with about a dozen tract
The protest, which lasted ab
four hours, ended peaceful
when police and soldiers arrivl
on the scene and ordered
tractors moved. However,
protestors then managed to
up the normally heavy Saturd
beach traffic by driving th
tractors and pick-up
slowly along the road. Supp
of the demonstration I
roadside, handing out fly
which pronounced the Ca
David accords as "No Peace" i
"Peace Without Security."
" For almost ten years I have believed that the solution for
Jerusalem rests in dividing the city into quarters, each of which
would be managed independently." Kollek said. "Eachcould
have its own council and own regional mayor. However, this
would be within the framework of one city, the capital of Israel.
Israeli sovereignty over the city would thus not be lessened."
Kollek added that he was certain agreement could be reached on
the issue, citing London and West Berlin as examples.
The settlers, including several
women, reached the hill and
began erecting tents despite
army roadblocks in the area.
They subsequently blocked
access to the hill with heavy
vehicles to hamper army eviction.
Another attempt by the Gush
to resettle south of Nablus on
Friday was prevented by the
army The Gush subsequently
cabled messages to Ministers
IIaim Landau, Yigal Ilurvitz.
Moshe Nissim and Sharon calling
on them to resign from the
government "because they did
Folksinger at Simhat
Torah Celebration
More Jews Urged to Settle in Jerusalem
The public is invited to Temple
Israel's Simhat Torah
celebration, Sunday, Oct. 22nd at
7:30 p.m. Featured will be Patty
Linsky, Jewish folksinger and
song leader, in one of her last
public appearances in Florida.
Miss Linsky has served for
many years as the chief
songleader of Camp Coleman, the
UAHC-sponsored camp serving
the southeast. She will conduct
the musical portions of the
service, which will be officiated
by Rabbi Irving Cohen and
Rabbi Joel Levine.
Following the service,
Yanich and his Israeli
instructors will present a dan
exhibition and will provide
struction for both young and olt
Yanich conducts a workshop
Israeli dance in the Miami
Concluding the evening will I
coffee house open to all Jewisl
youth and featuring PattJ
Linsky.
Sponsored by Temple Isradj
Young Couples, this is the first c
a series of musical events opent
the public.
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Housing Minister Gideon Patt is
urging more Jews to settle in
Jerusalem. Speaking at a
meeting of the capital's
Economic Coordinating Council
Sunday, Patt said he would do
his utmost to achieve that ob-
jective.
"I intend to go out and find
private investors ready to put up
office buildings and shopping
centers throughout the capital."
MR. and MRS. JOE H. LESSER
MR. and MRS. SHEPARD LESSER
TAMI and GARY
Wish All A Most Happy
and Peaceful New Year
DR. and MRS. JEROME J. RUBIN
LISA, DONNA and JEFFREY
and MRS. MARTHA KODISH
Extend Holiday Greetings To All
PHILIP and GAIL WEINSTEIN
and FAMILY
Extend Happy New Year Greetings
To the Entire Jewish Community
NATE and BARBARA TANEN
and FAMILY
Wish You A Happy and
Healthy New Year
|DR^and MR6.-EJSANUEL NEWMARK
and FAMILY
Wish All Their Relatives and Friends
, L'Shanah Tovah
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Extend Best Wishes To All
For A Happy New Year
A HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
IN THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
ED HEALY
HOWARD, DETRA, MONICA
andJAREDKAY
Wish The Entire Jewish Community
A Happy New Year ,
MR. and MRS. BRUCE D. PRINCE
and FAMILY
Wish The Jewish Community
A Happy New Year
DR. and MRS. N. SCOTT GORMAN
MICHAEL and MARK
Extend Best Wishes To All
For A Happy New Year
CAROLE, PAUL, RACHEL
and REBECCA KLEIN
Wish Everyone a Happy, Health
New Year
BARRY and EVA KRISCHER
MARK and ADAM
Wish You a Year Filled With
Happiness and Peace
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CAROL and HYMAN ROBERTS
and FAMILY
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ELEANOR WEINSTOCK
Candidate for
State Representative Wat. 79
Thanks You for Your Support and
Wishes All A Good New Year


, October 6,1978
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
[judge Hornblass Returns
For Leadership Retreat
0f us who were
ad to participate in last
Fvmine Leadership Retreat
KZ Jerome Hornblass,
[(lard to an even greater
I!! this year," stated
Rian co-chairperson of the
Itfship Development Group
Jewish Federation of Palm
\ County Judge Hom-
jg a young, dynamic and
'u spokesman for today 8
u, youth. He challenges us
He problems and stimulates
|w develop creative and
c solutions."
Jerome Hornblass,
of the Criminal Court of the
l of New York in Brooklyn,
will serve as the scholar in resi-
dence for the Third Annual
Leadership Development Retreat
to be held at the Holiday Inn,
Singer Island on Oct. 20-22.
BEFORE becoming a judge,
Hornblass was the youngest
commissioner of the Addiction
Services Agency of the City of
New York. An Orthodox Jew, he
is a graduate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity and received his juris doctor
degree from Brooklyn Law
School. He was formerly liaison
between the Mayor of New York
City and the Jewish community,
and past chairman of the Young
Leadership Division of the
United Jewish Appeal in New
York City.
Beth El Offers Adult
Education Institute
todays and Tuesdays are
t Education Days at Temple
El. The Adult Education
ate of the congregation
i a full spectrum of Hebrew
and other subjects of
i interest to members of the
and the community at
those who completed the
ation Alef-Bet" last year in
pug how to read Hebrew, a
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for those who wish to
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I8to9:30p.m.
Chen on Mondays from 7 to 8
p.m.
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Jewish History from Biblical to
modern times will have an oppor-
tunity to study with Rabbi Asher
Bar-Zev, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth El, on Mondays
from 7 to 8 p.m. Class sessions
will consist of lectures and dis-
cussions based on reading
assignments.
Rabbinic literature from the
Mishnaic book Pirkey Avot, will
be studied on Tuesdays from 11
a.m. to noon, with Rabbi Bar-
Zev. This Ethics of the Fathers
course will attempt to examine
the modern day implications of
the Rabbis' teachings.
Tuesdays from 8 to 9 p.m.
Cantor Elaine Shapiro, the new
cantor of Temple Beth El, will
teach a course in Jewish Liturgy
the Year Round. This will be a
survey of prayers and music
specifically for Jewish festivals
and days of commemoration.
The weekend program titled
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cover the following topics in
workshops and discussion
groups: "Has Success Spoiled
the Jewish Family?", "Sexual
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Jewish Woman?" and
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riage: The Challenge of Freedom
and the Responsibilities of Being
Jewish."
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group in Israeli songs and
dances. The weekend program
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will be observed for all meals.
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Faivus, David A. Greene,
Michael Greenhill, Sharyn
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Fr**y. October]

Local Young Leaders
Visit Poland and Israel
~n\
Thirty members of the Young
Leadership of U.J.A. took part in
a two-week mission to Poland
and Israel. The tour, titled
"Holocaust to Rebirth," enabled
its participants to view the
remnants of the Polish Jewish
community as well as the ex-
termination camps that
destroyed almost three million
Polish Jews. Sheryl Davidoff and
Anne Faivus were represen-
tatives of the Leadership
Development group of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County.
"One has to see what is left of
Jewry in Poland to realize the
depth of the destruction at the
hands of the Nazis," stated Mrs.
Davidoff. "The intensity of this
trip, from our first hand look at
Auschwitz, to participation in the
festivities of Israel's 30th
Anniversary celebration, has
brought about a new awareness
in all of us. We have a tremen-
dous responsibility," she added,
"People must be informed about
the past as well as the present in
Israel."
MRS. FAIVUS made the trip
after her husband recommended
she go. "He went last year and
was so moved he felt that I
should go and see Israel and
Poland," she said. "Who knows if
anyone will ever get into Poland
again ... I learned that Jews
really have to depend on other
Jews the Camps taught me
that."
After several days in Poland
the group traveled to Israel to
join in the celebration of the
Jewish state's 30th anniversary:
"Perhaps the celebrations helped
add to the excitement," stated
Mrs. Davidoff, "but Israelis seem
basically, to be very proud and
happy people."
Traveling from the northern
Terrorist Personality'
Studied by Experts
By RUDOLF GRIMM
Stuttgarter Nachrichten
Family circumstances can be
decisive in a young person
becoming a terrorist, according
to the article by a Heidelberg
academic in the magazine Family
Dynamics.
Helm Stierlin of Heidelberg
University agrees with historian
and terrorism expert, Walter
Laqueur, that there is no point in
seeking "the terrorist per-
sonality" but considers it quite
possible that knowledge of a
terrorist's family background can
provide vital clues to his
development.
STIERLIN SAYS that
superficially these families do not
appear to be disturbed or
pathological. On the contrary. In
terms of achievements and the
social status of some members
they are superior to many
families.
But on closer examination this
prominence and superiority turns
out to be the cause of serious
problems and conflicts.
Stierlin treats at length the
family backgrounds of Andreas
Baader, Ulrike Meinhof and
Gudrun Ensslin. He says of
Baader that within the
framework of a conventional
psychiatric diagnosis he might be
classified as an immature, un-
scrupulous personality. In his
case there was a clear long-term
family "dynamic constellation"
which could explain his fate.
IN ULRIKE Meinhof s case,
too, Stierlin finds increasing
pressure and stress, particularly
strong during her childhood.
These pressures and conflicts
could partially explain her opting
for terrorism. In Gudrun
Ensslin's case, Stierlin talks of
her "being torn inwardly by
intense conflicts of loyalty."
Another article in the
magazine analyses the results of
a poll among students *t '
Heidelberg University. Most
extreme left-wing students come
from educated, mWWfr class
backgrounds. Most were rejected
by their parents. In many casea
. they had strong emotional ties to
one parent.
THE RESULT IS that they
feel they have been treated
unjustly, hindered or dominated.
They feel extreme hatred for the
parent whom they believe has
frustrated them. They were
brought up freely at home,
allowed a large amount of per-
sonal freedom and not required to
conform strictly to bourgeois
norms and values.
The report says the following
process frequently takes place:
the parent they at first felt dose
to and who then rejected them is
hated. Despite this, there is
identification and feels his or her
own identity threatened.
borders of the Golan Heights to
agricultural settlements in the
southern Negev desert, the group
met and visited with Israelis. In a
visit to a modern absorption
center, the group met with new
immigrants from the four comers
of the world, hearing about their
resettlement in Israel.
NEW IMMIGRANTS,
soldiers, kibbutz families,
political figures, children, "they
were all hospitable and eager to
welcome us to their country,"
added Mrs. Davidoff, "and they
certainly presented a bold
contrast to the remnants of the
Polish Jewish community."
"I stood on that long platform
in Birkenau," said Mrs. Faivus,
"and then later when I saw the
marching of the Independence
Day Parade (in Israel), and I saw
the F-15's flying in the air-show
... I thought of all the Jews who
died in Poland and I felt proud
that the Israeli army exists."
"Everybody should see
Israel," concluded Mrs. Faivus.
"Israel is vibrant, alive, im-
portant. The whole trip was a
wonderful, unforgettable ex-
perience from the horrors of
the Camps to the beauty of Israel
... I came home feeling part of
something."
I
Caesarea was one of the many places the participants
UJA Young Leadership Mission to Israel and Poland, h,
opportunity to visit. Pictured above is Sheryl Davi,
representative of the Young Leadership group of Palm
County.

Anne Faivus, a participant on the UJA Young Leaded
Mission to Israel and Poland, visits Hamat Gader, an an
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wiets Distribute Hate
{literature at Exhibit
nNTO (WNS) The Soviet Union, which has a
h t at the Ontario Science Center here, has been told
tf wirials to stop distributing all literature after dis-
the Soviets were handing out an anti-Semitic
led "The Sword of David."
78-page diatribe states that the Torah and Talmud
| ifffll 1 BT!W?TTiTCM
to deceive non-Jews and to expropriate their
, and money.
[WIET OFFICIALS claimed that the booklet, published
by Novosti in 1977, was not anti-Semitic, only anti-
Rabbi Jordan Pearson, national chairman of the Joint
unity Relations Committee of the Canadian Jewish Con-
I nd B'nai B'rith, said the booklet was further evidence of
efforts to foment anti-Jewish feelings.
, Soviet space exhibit is scheduled to go from here to
i later this month.
The Steering Committee of the Leadership Development program, sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, met recently to finalize plans for the 3rd Annual Leadership
Development Retreat. The program is scheduled to take place on Oct. 20-22 at the Holiday Inn,
Singer Island. Pictured above (seated Ur) Robert Perrin, Elizabeth Freilich-co-chairperson
Sharyn Greenhill, Kenneth Scherer (standing l-r) Barbara Satinsky, Women s Division and
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Friday, October 6
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devoted to discussion of themes and issues
relevant to Jewish life past and present
Your Rabbi Speaks
Learning From Our Mistakes
By RABBI NATHAN ZELIZER
If there is ever a time of the
year when the Jew is at his best
spiritually, it is during the 10
days between Rosh Hoahanah
and Yom Kippur. Why a Sabbath
of Repentance right after Rosh
Hoshanah? Why only on the
Sabbath? Why not on a week-
day? Why not just any other day
during the year? The answer
to this question lies in the failure
to understand the meaning of
Teshuvah. It means not "repen-
tance" but "return." We are
urged to reverse our course, to
stop drifting and return to our
true goal and position.
But this return is by no means
simple. Though modern man is
scientifically inclined and relies
on results by experimentation, he
is confused in the area of human
behavior. Man will only buy a
machine which has proven to be
reliable. In the realm of the spirit
man learns little from his past
failures. Man fails so often to
Rabbi Nathan Ztliztr
learn from his past mistakes.
This is especially true as we
observe that there are still many
Jewish people who forsake
Judaism for ideologies and move-
ments which have not proved to
be reliable in the past; that many
among our young people are still
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah Portion
I Vayelekh
VAYELEKH Moeee said to the Children of Israel:
"I am a hundred and twenty years old this day. I can no
longer move about: and the Lord has told me. 'You shall not
cross over this Jordan.' Be strong and of good courage, fear not;
for the Lord your God goes with you. He will not fail you. nor
forsake you."
Then Moses called Joshua, and said to him before all Israel:
"Be strong and of good courage, for you shall go forth with His
people into the land which the Lord promised their forefathers:
and you shall cause them to inherit it. The Lord will lead you. He
will be with you. Do not fear, nor be dismayed."
And Moses wrote the Law the Torah and gave it to
the priests, the sons of Levi who carried the Holy Ark. and to all
the elders of Israel.
Then Moses commanded them: "At the end of every seven
years, dunng Sukkot. vou shall read aloud the Torah before all
Israel."
When Moses fkushed writing the Torah. he ordered the
Levites to place it beside the Ark of the Covenant of the Lord,
and to assemble all the elders and the officers, that he might
speak to them. Dent* thorny 31:1901
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intrigued and beguiled by move-
ments which have proved so
empty to their followers.
THERE STILL are many
parents who advocate "self-
expression" and "spare the rod"
concepts where children's
training is concerned. We con-
cede, by bitter experience, the
error of these "codes" yet despite
the ample evidence, we still hear
the same talk about "not for-
cing" the child to learn and prac-
tice Judaism, but to leave it to
him, to his own discerning mind.
We can understand parents who
fell for this idea, before the facts
of life were known to them
through the shameful revolt of
Kuth against basic social
havior. But now that we have
evidence that children want
parents to tell them "dos tor men
ye, 'un dos tor men nisht" we fail
to learn from our failures.
We still hear people say that
Judaism must become more
modern, that there are too many
restrictions in Judaism. There
was a time when the word
"modern" learned to be the
solution to all the dark spots in
human behavior. We have
learned, to our sorrow, that in
this modern world, with modern
methods, people with modern
education, committed and com-
mit crimes of brutality that
make tyrants of ancient times
like playful children by com-
parison! Greed. dishonesty,
murder, genocide, crime, holo-
caust, are some of the terrible
products of the cult of moder-
nism. We have failed to learn
from our failures. I prefer "an-
cient" Judaism to "modem
religions!''
Jews have experimented with
assimilation. Assimilation was
looked upon as a cure-all for
Jewish suffering. We can sym-
pathize with the early assimil-
atontsts They wanted des-
perately to escape the "unbear-
able"' lot of the Jew. But the
results of escape by assimilation
have been written in bold letters
- FAILURE! No Jew escapes
persecution by assimilation. Yet
how many still try assimilation?
Consciously or unconsciously,
there still are many Jews who
advocate this philosophy of as-
similation. This view they ad-
vocate by isolating themselves
from the Jewish community, by
not belonging to a synagogue, by-
no t sending their children to a
Hebrew School, by not par-
ticipating in organizational and
philanthropic endeavors.
THIS repentance is a call to
the Jewish people to return to
their true serves. This call to
return can be meaningful only on
the first Sabbath of the New Year
when the Jewish people read from
the prophet Hoses Hosen
bemoans the unfaithfulness of his
wife "and she shall run after
lovers, but she shall not overtake
them: and she shall seek them.
but shall not find them, then she
shall say 'I wil go and return
to my first husband, for then it
was better with me. than now.' "
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flogler Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida
33407
833-8421
Rabbi Irving B Cohen
Joel L. Leyine
Associate Rabbi
Sabbath Worship Services
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF
BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue
Boca Raton. Fl. 33432
391-8900
Rabbi Merle E. Singer
Cantor Martin Rosen
Sabbath services, Friday at
8:15p.m.
Tba Reform Hebrew
Coaytaatiaa of Dekay
At St. Pauls Episcopal
Church, 188 So. Swinton
Ave.Delroy .
Fridav8 D.m.
Presiden* Jerome Gilbert
499-5563
.ToojoJa Bath Torah
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' West Polm Beach, Fla. 334H
Sabbath Services
Friday at 8:15 p.m
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5348 Grove Street
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684-321 2 -Of^ce hours
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Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Cantor Arthur B. Rosenwasser
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2815 North Flogler Dr.ve
West Palm Beoch, Florida
33407
833^)339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Cantor Elaine Shapiro
Sabboth services Friday at 8:15
Saturday at 9:30 a m.
Doily Mmyon at 8:15 a.m.,
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315 N. "A" St
Loke Worth. Florida 33460
585-5030
Robbi Emonuel Eisenberg
Cantor Jocob El man
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224 N.W. Avenue "G"
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ier6,1978
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Women
's Plea for Soviet Jewry

yf the
local Jewish
oresentatives of the major local Jewish women's organizations met recently to plan for a
Jiy for Soviet Jews, scheduled for Monday, Dec. 11, under the auspices of the Women's Plea
Er Soviet Jewry. The project is being coordinated in Palm Beach County by the Golda Meir
hub of Pioneer Women in cooperation with the Soviet Jewry Task Force of the Community
tsentation by Lyudmila Korolshteyn, a Russian woman who was recently resettled in West
dm Beach, with her family. Ida Glassman (standing left) and Amy Prager are co-chairing the
\xnt.John Moss is chairman of the Soviet Jewry task force.
Dialogues From Pulpit Set at Beth El
Temple Beth El announces an
Idult education series entitled
iversations With Rabbi Bar-
' The framework for a series
[dialogues between Dr. Asher
ir-Zev, spiritual leader of
nple Beth El. and a number of
ities in various fields of
wish interest will be the Sab-
i services on the first Friday
night of each month.
Topics such as the experiences
of Jews in the Soviet Union who
desire to leave, what it means to
be a Jew in American politics, the
status of anti-Semitism in Amer-
ica today, the role of Jewish
militancy, and the problems of
. aging, will be discussed from the
pulpit throughout the year.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
"Kever Avot"
I Sunday, October 8, 1978
11:00 A.M. Hillcrest Memorial Park
6411 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach
(Between Southern Blvd. & Forest Hill)
1:00 A.M. Royal Palm Memorial Gardens
5601 Greenwood Ave., West Palm Beach
(Just North of St. Mary's Hospital)
3:00 P.M. Woodlawn Cemetery
South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
(Across from Norton Art Gallery)
These memorial services, in memory of your departed
loved ones, are open to the public and are held at this
time of the year in accordance with aged Jewish
tradition. Services will be conducted under the super-
vision of Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev and the Rabbinical
Council of The Palm Beaches.
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RABBI BAR-ZEV, in intro-
ducing the series to the com-
munity stated, "Many of these
topics could be discussed from
the pulpit in the context of a
sermon. However, I believe that
the opportunity for me to
question and challenge in-
dividuals who are qualified in the
various areas of concern will
make for a much more exciting
and penetrating examination of
these areas, their problems and
possible solutions. Since these
dialogues will be unrehearsed,
there is no telling where our con-
versations will lead us. It is this
spontaneity, together with the
interaction of two individuals in
front of the congregation, which
should make for a provocative
presentation."
The first of the "Conversations
With Rabbi Bar-Zev" will occur
tonight at 8:15. Alexander
Chapla. a Soviet refusnik (an
individual who applied to leave
the Soviet Union and was denied
such permission for many years)
will detail his experiences and
those of other Soviet refusniks.
The dialogue is entitled, "Weight
of the Iron Curtain." Members of
the community are invited to
participate in the service and
dialogue.
Additional programs are as
follows: Nov. 3, "Jewish Amer-
ican or American Jew?", Jews in
American Politics. Dec. 1, "Does
It Happen Here?", Anti-
Semitism in America Today.
Guest: Arthur N. Teitelbaum,
Southern Area Director, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, Miami. Jan. 5, "The Gun
or the Gavel?", Jewish Militancy.
Guest: Dr. Robert Alsofrom.
Feb. 9, "Challenges of the Golden
Years", the Problems of Aging.
Guest: Dr. Max Siegel, Dip-
lomate in Clinical Psychology
A.B.P.P. March 2, "Science and
Religion Unlikely Bed-
fellows?" and April 6, "Jewish
Art Is There Such a Thing?"
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Community Calendar
Oct. 7
Temple Beth-El Sisterhood
Oct. 8
B'nai B'rith Women Mitzvah 9:30 a.m. Temple Emanu-EI Men's
Club 10a.m.
Oct. 9
Jewish Community Day School Board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
Boynton Beach 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Masada Board 8 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom Board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah -
Shalom, noon Women's American ORT Golden Lakes Board 10
a.m. Women's American ORT North Palm Beach Board 11:45
a.m. Temple Israel Sisterhood Board 10 a.m.
Oct. 10
B'nai B'rith Women Menorah 12:30 p.m. Hadassah Henrietta
Szold Board 1 p.m. Jewish Community Center Comprehensive
Senior Citizens Center 1 p.m. Women's American ORT Palm
Beach Board 10 a.m. Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl Board
Oct. 11
YOMKIPPUR
Oct. 12
Florida Regional U.J.A. Leadership Conference American Jewish
Congress Board 12:30 p.m. American-Israeli Lighthouse 1 p.m.
FEDERATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL MIDEAST CON-
FERENCE 4 p.m. Hadassah Bat Gurion Board 10 a.m. Hadassah
Tikvah Board 10 a.m. Hadassah Yovel Board 10 a.m. Temple
Beth Sholom, Lake Worth, Board Breakfast 9:30 a.m. Hadassah -
Golda Meir Board 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 13
Florida Regional U.J.A. Leadership Conference
Oct. 14
Florida Regional U.J.A. Leadership Conference Temple Israel
Sisterhood dance 8 p.m. Jewish Community Center Plant Auction
7:30pm
Oct. 15
Florida Regional U.J.A. Leadership Conference Temple Beth
Sholom Lake Worth Breakfast 9:30 a.m.
Oct. 16
Temple Israel Sisterhood, noon
Oct. 17
Hadassah Henrietta Szold 1 p.m. Temple Israel Board 8 p.m.
Women's American ORT Boynton Beach 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No.
3041
Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl
Oct. 18
FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION CAMPAIGN CABINET 8 p.m.
National Congress of Jewish Women Board 10 a.m. Temple
Beth-El Sisterhood Board 8 p.m. Women's American ORT Palm
Beach Region 9:30 a.m. Pioneer Women Golda Meir paid-up
membership tea 1 to 4 p.m. Hadassah Region Jewish Com-
munity Day School Friends 8 p. m.
Oct. 19
B'nai B'rith Women Medina Hadassah Aliya Board 10 a.m.
Hadassah Yovel 1 p.m. National Congress of Jewish Women 1
p.m. Hadassah Region Women's American ORT Evening Board
8 p.m. Labor Zionist Alliance Hadassah Golda Meir 12:30 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group 10a.m.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, October 6
BB Okays Women Delegates;
Elects Jack Spitzer New Prexy
Sen. Weicker Keynote* Conference
Continued from Page 1
years in the United State*
Senate.
NEW ORLEANS B'nai
B'rith International voted to
permit women from units to serve
for the first time as delegates to
future conventions.
The action affects members of
combined men's and women's
units in towns with small
populations and of singles (non-
married) units. The vote does not
alter the status of women in peer
(trade and industry) units or
those in B'nai B'rith Women, a
Service For
'Holocaust'
Viewers
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The Israel Broadcasting
Authority has taken extensive
measures to ease potential
severe psychological distress
among viewers, caused by the
present showing of the American
NBC-TV mini-series Holocaust
on Israel television.
The Authority has four
psychologists in the studio to
answer telephone calls from
viewers distressed by the
program. It opened a special
telephone exchange for such
viewers.
THE AUTHORITY'S decision
to take such measures came after
the recent suicide of a woman in
London following the showing of
the program on British
television.
Levy
Continued from Page 1
and abroad. 1979 is the year of
Jewish Renewal ... a year when
we must renew our commitment
to build a better quality of Jewish
life for all Jews, both in Israel
and here in Palm Beach County."
In the past Levy has served as
national vice chairman of the
National Young Leadership
Cabinet of the United Jewish
Appeal and was a member of its
Executive Committee. He is a
member of the National Cam-
paign Cabinet of the UJA; and
sits on the Executive Committee
of the National Leadership Com-
mittee of the Council of Jewish
Federations. In addition, he is a
past vice president and member
of the Palm Beach chapter of the
American Jewish Committee,
and is a past president of the
Palm Beach B'nai B'rith. He has
served as vice president and
chairman of the Board of
Trustees of Temple Beth El in
West Palm Beach, and has been
active in Men's ORT in Palm
Beach County.
LEVY IS a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania and
Harvard Law School, and is a
member of the Florida Bar. He is
also a member of the Bar of the
Superior and Supreme Courts of
Pennsylvania, and has been
admitted to practice in federal
courts.
Levy has traveled to Israel on
numerous missions with the
United Jewish Appeal National
Young Leadership; in 1965 with
his wife Ceil on the Young
Leadership mission to Europe
and Israel, the first family
miMinn in 1974, a Young Leader-
ship mission in March, 1973, and
the first special fact-finding
Mission of the Young Leadership
Cabinet after the Yom Kippur
War in November, 1973. He also
took part in the first Pilgrimage
to Poland of the National Young
Leadership Cabinet to com-
memorate the 30th anniversary
of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Levy is listed in Leading Men
in the U.S.A.. Who's Who in
World Jewry, Who's Who in the
South and Southwest, and Who's
Who in Israel
separate organization in the
B'nai B'rith family.
THE ORGANIZATION'S
1,100 delegates the most ever
to attend a B'nai B'rith Biennial
Convention also elected Jack
J. Spitzer of Seattle, Wash, as
its 20th president.
Spitzer, a banker, is the first
West Coast resident and first
former full-time B'nai B'rith
employee to win the presidency.
He defeated Herbert Setlow, of
New Haven, Conn., in a run-off
election following the closest and
most hotly contested balloting in
B'nai B'rith history. In the first
vote Setlow led Spitzer and
Murray Shusterman of
Philadelphia by a total of 29
votes, with Setlow receiving 364,
Spitzer 347 and Shusterman 335.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER the
announcement of Spitzer's
victory in the runoff, Setlow
moved to make the election
unanimous.
Irving Rubinstein, Sr. of
Stamford, Conn., and New York
City, was reelected international
treasurer. Rubinstein is a
women's clothing manufacturer.
Earlier, the convention called
on the United States and other
nations to recognize Jerusalem as
the capital of Israel and urged
President Carter by telegram to
move the U.S. embassy there
from Tel Aviv. Delegates here
from other countries B'nai
B'rith has members in 42
countries pledged that they
also would petition their
governments to do likewise.
Outgoing President David M.
Blumberg, in responding to a
bigoted assault on whites in
general and Jews in particular by
heavyweight boxing champion
Muhammed Ali, declared that
"It's a pity that someone with
such unquestioned talents
chooses to gain attention by
seeking the title of champion
bigot." Ali made his remark here
in regard to a court suit between
the fight promoters.
Weicker is the top ranking
Republican on the Senate Select
Committee on Small Business
and is a member of two other
Senate committees Ap-
propriations, and Energy and
Natural Resources. As the senior
Republican on two Appropriation
subcommittees, Weicker plays a
key role in determining the
budgets of government agencies
such as the FBI and IRS and the
Departments of State, Justice,
Commerce, Treasury and the
Postal Service.
First elected to the Senate in
1970, Weicker made state history
in 1976 when he won re-election in
a landslide, capturing more votes
than any other candidate in state
history.
His first election victory was in
1962 when he won a seat in the
Connecticut General Assembly.
He served there for three terms
(1962-68); was twice elected First
Selectman (mayor) of the Town
of Greenwich (1963-67), and
served in the U.S. House of
Representatives (1968-70)
coming to the Senate.
In recent years, Weicker I
received a Doctor of ScieJ
degree from the. Bridged
Engineering Institute; Do
Laws degrees from John v-i
University, University of Br
port, University of Maine, n
leigh Dickinson University
Franklin Pierce College; the ]
tinguished Public Service At
from the Los Angeles Society
Fellows of the Anti-Defamat
League of B'nai B'rith; Indi
Annual Americanism A
from the Connecticut V
Association of B'nai B'rith.
The Conference will also
elude an address by Aa
Rosenbaum, a member of
American Israel Public AffJ
Committee (AIPAC). Delegal
to the Conference will be involvf
in discussions concerning "WH
should the posture of |
American Jewish community I
in assuring peace in the Mid
East?" George Golden is ch
man of the Middle East
ference. Bruce Daniels is ch
man for the Communil
Relations Council.
May the year
5739 fulfill
your fondest hopes.
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wishes you a happy
and healthy
Newlear.
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