Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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

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University of Florida
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of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" ami "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
sr 18
TWO SECTIONS
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, September 5, 1980
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Price $1.00
Anne Faivus is Elected
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programs. This year we plan to
expand, even further, in reaching
out to the growing numbers of
Jewish Women in our com-
munity.
"In addition to our com-
munity-wide Jewish Women's
Assembly which we shall sponsor
this October, we have planned
many other innovative activities
for this year. Our new Women's
Division structure will include
community-wide educational
coffees to bring a heightened
awareness of the work of the
Jewish Federation and our
Women's Division. In our
community, there will also be an
outreach to enlist more volun-
teers to answer the needs of these
varied programs."
Serving with Anne S. Faivus
are her four vice presidents:
Ruthe Eppler, Campaign
chairman; Beth Siskin, education
chairman; Penny Beers,
leadership development chair-
man; and Mary Bachrach,
outreach chairman. Also serving
on the Women's Division
executive committee are: Bar-
bara Schwartz, secretary;
Barbara Shulman, immediate
past president; Jeanne Levy,
past president; Sheila Engelstein
and Carole Klein, associate
Campaign chairmen.
ew Year's Greetings
From the President
As we approach the High Holy Day season, we are faced
with the opportunity for creating an era of lasting peace,
freedom, strength and security for the Jewish people around the
world.
Now is the time to count our blessings, being
mindful of the serious concerns and
exist throughout the Jewish world.
For our local community, the
quality of Jewish life has become a
foremost concern. Our facilities
and services must be strengthened
so that all of our people may be as-
sured a life of dignity and security.
We must also reaffirm our heritage
by renewing our commitments to
our people in Israel and through-
out the world. Our inner strength
as a Jewish community will de-
termine how well we will meet the
challenges of the year ahead. Alan Shulman
Year after year, with the blowing of the shofar on Rosh
Hashanah, we have wished our loved ones and all our people the
joys of a year and a lifetime of health, peace, freedom and
renewal. This year, as never before, we have the opportunity of
making an indelible contribution toward achieving that joyous
future.
On behalf of the officers and board of directors of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, I wish to extend to you and
your families, L'Shana Tova.
ALAN L. SHULMAN, President
Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
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timed Listing of Israeli Hotels
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inside back cover of the
guide lists 76 Hilton
International hotels around
the world, but does not
include two Hilton hotels
in Israel. M ,.
HE SAID it is Hilton policy
that whenever we list the hotels
operated by Hilton International,
we include all hotels" and that
the omission was not discovered
"until we were carefully going
over this with a fine tooth comb
after The Southern Israelite
reported last July 25 that the
Middle East guide did not in-
clude the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
Hilton hotels.
Peter Mahler, a Hilton
representative, had earlier said
that omitting Israel "is a must
for doing business in the Arab
countries."
According to Prigge, the
listing of hotels on the back cover
"was in no way necessary or even
appropriate" and was added to
the brochure as "sort of a filler,
to utilize space remaining after
the promotional material was
complete. "We have to take
complete editorial responsibility
for it," Prigge said, "but this
particular insertion was done by
someone at a low level in our
organization and not caught by
anyone in the proofing process."
PRIGGE ALSO conceded that
the designation of the brochure
as a guide to the Middle East was
a "strategic error." He added
that "Israel belongs in the
Middle East."
Despite Hilton's explanation of
the omission of the hotels from
the world list and its designation
as a "Middle East" guide, Prigge
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defended the omission of
descriptive material of the Israeli
hotels in the body of the booklet
because, he said, the booklet was
sponsored by Gulf Air, the
national airline of Bahrain, which
primarily serves the United Arab
Emirates and other Arab states
around the Persian Gulf.
"The contents of the
promotional pages we still think
is quite appropriate because the
distribution was to be ac-
complished through the
cooperation and the expense of
Gulf Air which does not serve
Israel," Prigge said.
There is no indication in the
booklet, however, that It is other
than a Hilton publication. The
airline is represented only by an
advertisement in theibcoklet and,
according to Prigge, "for that
Continued on Page 6-A
on tne countries.
uearman Heads Israel Bonds Committee
**** _^ A inr Dr. ShuKarman which wm De Fund campaign. H.
Blum:
UN Vote
Won't
Alter
Reality
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) "The resolution
adopted here is one-sided
and hostile and reflects the
well-known obsession and
fixation that many states
in this organization have
displayed in their approach
towards my country," Ye-
huda Blum, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United
Nations, declared at the
Security Council after the
Council voted 14-0, with
the United States abstain-
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Dr. Richard Shugarman
countries in which Israel Bonds
are sold, has announced that he
has accepted an invitation to
attend an installation ceremony
for Dr. Shugarman which wUl De
held at a breakfast at the Palm
Beach Hilton Hotel on Sunday,
Sept. 14.
ONE OF the highlights of the
breakfast will be the presentation
of special Israel State Medals to
Dr. Rosenberg, Robert D.
Rapaport, Michael B. Small and
Dr Sanford Kuvin, all former
Israel Bond chairmen; Irving
Rifkin. present Boca Raton
chairman; and Mrs. Henry Blum,
Women's Division chairman for
several years.
Dr. Shugarman also serves as a
member of the board of director9
of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County and in the past has
been avke president of the Fed-
eration and associate Campaign
chairman for the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. He also has
served as chairman of the Jewish
Federation allocations committee
and as vice president for the
Jewish Community Center and as
a board member of Temple Israel
and the Jewish Community Day
School.
In accepting the chairmanship,
Dr. Shugarman stated, "I am
honored to serve as chairman for
the critical Israel Bond campaign
for 1980-81 in Palm Beach
County. I am grateful to Dr.
Rosenberg and the dozens of
dedicated community leaders
who have made Palm Beach
County a vital force in the
national Israel Bond campaign. 1
hope that with the help of these
people, plus additional leader*
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ThrJttnsh Fbndian of Palm Beach County
ftiday, September 6
By Chaplain's Aides
High Holy Days Services for the Elderly
By MURRAY J. KERN.
Chairman
Chaplain's Advisory Council
High Holy Days services are
being provided for many Jewish
residents of nursing homes and
adult congregant living facilities
who are unable to attend temples
and synagogues. Members of
Rabbi Alan R Sherman's
Chaplain's Aide Corps (CACi. a
function of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, will
conduct the services.
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TUESDAY. SEPT. 23
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 24
MONDAY, SEPT. 29
TUESDAY, SEPT. 30
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RoshHashana&VbmKippur.
Celebrations of hope.
The shofar blows, heralding in the new year.
Traditionally, the end of the growing season, begun
as a harvest festival to give thanks for the earth's
richness and to seek God's forgiveness. Now, a time
for righting wrongs, mending relationships, starting anew.
Rosh Hashana. The first day, the beginning of the
Jewish religious life again with renewed dedication.
Yom Kippur. The tenth day, the most solemn of all
-, Jewish days of prayer and fasting to make
atonement for all that has past.
On these holiest of all days, Menorah Chapels offers the
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A COLLECTOR'S SERIES OF JEWISH RELIGIOUS PRINTS
SUITABLE FOR FRAMING. ARE NOW A VAILABLE
COMPLIMENTS OF MENORAH CHAPELS. A T THESE LOCA TlONS
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The institutionally confined
residents expressed need for
religious services is greatest
during the holiday seasons. At
these times, many of the
synagogues, temples. Jewish
women's organizations. B'nai
B'rith. Kadimah Youth and
United Synagogue Youth visit
the institutions with programs of
prayer, songs, appropriate ar-
tifacts and food, in celebration of
the holidays.
Throughout the past year,
including the summer months.
the "CAC" brought Friday and
Saturday services regularly to
many of the institutionalized.
The services include lighting of
the Sabbath candles and
distribution of Challah and wine.
The residents' smiles, kisses and
expressions of gratefulness are
inspirational to the "CAC"
volunteers.
Regular visits providing
comfort to individual patients in
hospitals and nursing homes are
an ongoing function of "CAC."
During the summer months of
June. July and August. 272 visits
were made to these institutions
by the chaplain and members of
his corps.
"CAC" members, many of
whom have been performing the
Mitzvah of Bikur Cholim for
many years, are now "certified"
by the chaplain as trained to
perform these services. Those
who have attended the training
lectures during the 1979-80
season have been certified."
Certificates of honor were
awarded to members who served.
A new season wQl see an in-
creased need for volunteer
members of "CAC" due to the
expanded Jewish population of
Palm Beach County. The seminar
lecture and workshop meetings
will continue during 1980^77?
member certification **
The first meeting on W,
Oct. 7. at 2:30 p.m.. willS^,
review of previous t^'
sessions. member visiuS I
experiences. selection ^
professional lecturers for J?
coming sessions, assignment u3
recruitment. There will t
socialization and refreshnJ!
prior to the work sessions TV
meetings will be held at t
Jewish Federation of Palm Rw
County. 501 South FlaglerDnw
Suite 306. West Palm Beach
Persons desiring to serve in th,!
Chaplains Aide Corps m
telephone the office of RabL
Alan R. Sherman. 832-2120
write to the above address.
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to be construed as an endorsement by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
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Happy New Year
Senator
Richard (Dick)
One step ahead
on important issues
that concern Floridians.
Inflation
Energy
Unemployment
Strong National Defense
Strong Support for our Allies
Fair Laws to Prevent Condominium Abuses
Increased Social Security Benefits
Eliminating the Earnings Ceiling on Social Security Benefits
Increased Disabled Veterans Benefits
Recomputation for Retired Military Personnel
Opened New Foreign Markets for Florida Citrus
Fought to Protect Florida Farmers
from Dumpings of Foreign Produce
Opposes Withholding Tax on
Interest and Dividends
Richard (Dick) Stone, a hard working
Senator, with over 3.000 recorded votes
representing a 97.18% voting record,
kept his promise to visit all 67 counties
every year to learn first hand the concerns .
of the people of Florida. ^L
Re-elect U.S. Senator jJlSail I
RICHARD (DICK) STONE I


May. September 6, I960
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
In the Jewish month of Tiahri,
approximately 3800 years ago, an
event took place that had a profound
affect on the conscience of humanity.
It established the principle that
Man alone is responsible for preserving
the gift of f reertom granted to him by
ww at the Creation.
L The experience of the patriarch
i ^aham, the father of the Jewish
people, launched a new era of human
understanding. For Abraham's will-
'ngness to sacrifice his most cherished
Possession, his son Isaac,on behalf of
"is faith 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
gift not easily acquired, and once
obtained, of ten requires sacrifice to
maintain.
If 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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Meaning of Rosh Hashanah
Rosfa Hashanah is traditionally a time when
Jews make a Chesbon Nefesh, an accounting of the
soul. Supreme symbol of Rosh Hashanah a the
shofar. when as many as a hundred sounds issue
forth from that ancient instrument.
Indeed, the sounding of the shofar marks the
climax of the pleaful Rosh Hashanah service. It gives
meaning to the greatest moment of our terror, the
high point of the Days of Awe. Aa the shofar sings
out. momentous events take peace: the primeval
light reappears, the dead arise, the Sheckinah
becomes visible.
On Rosh Hashanah. we come to the moment of
judgment. when mankind hopes to be inscribed in the
Book of Life. Our prayers ask: Who shall live? Who
shall die? And our curiosity is such that we demand
of the Heavens: How many shall succumb (during
the year ahead)?
And then, there is a recounting of the ways in
which mankind may succumb: by sword, by fire, by
pestilence.
But Rosh Hashanah is more than this supreme
moment of terror. It leads to the Ten Days of
Penitence and the crowning moment beyond it: Yom
Kippur. when the spirit of forgiveness for the wrongs
to which we have confessed pervades our hopes for
ourselves and for aO of mankind.
Check-Mate for Trifa
The Miami-based American Anti-Nazi
Association takes credit for having discovered the
presence of a Miami Beach octogenarian whose
deposition to the U.S. Department of Justice was
pivotal in causing Archbishop Valerian Trifa to
hand in his naturalization papers to an Assistant
U.S. Attorney in Detroit Monday.
The Association is to be congratulated for
finding Rafael Gabbaie whose crystal-clear recol-
lection of the events of January. 1941 in Bucharest
finally check-mated Archbishop Trifa.
Up until now, Trifa has staunchly contended
that he had nothing to do with the infamous
Rumanian Iron Guard or with the mass slaughter of
Jews in the cause of Nazi principles. And Trifa was
getting away with it both in the halls of the
Justice Department and the Immigration and
Naturalization Service.
Rabbi Ruben R. Dob in s organization is now
declaring that the former Ukranian, Feodor
Fedorenko. of Miami Beach, who was also charged
with committing anti-Jewish acts in behalf of {he
Germans during World War II, and whose case is
being appealed following a Fort Lauderdale trial
that exonerated him and saved his citizenship, is
next on his agenda.
The Trifa action shows that citizens can force
government action and the proper administration of
justice. Perhaps the Fedorenko case will have a
similarly positive ending.
UN Outrage on Jerusalem
There seems to be no end to the outrageous
behavior of the United Nations when it comes to
Israel. Any resolution, no matter how ridiculous, is
sure to pass in any UN body as long as it condemns
Israel.
Now the UN Security Council dares to tell
Israel that it can not have its capital in Jerusalem.
To what other country would the UN say anything
about the location of its capital?
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OF PALM ME AC M COUNTY
CwlHlll "OUR VOtCS" en* Ft-OEBATIO* EPOaTEl
In conjunction with Jewiah Federation of Palm Ba*ch Court* Inc
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Letter to the Editor
ED1TO*. The Jewish Pbndim*:
During the month of Jane, my
li.lii ii i1 end I attended Eckerd
College EldwhoeCat Sc Peter*
burg, lor two weeks. We were
phasrrl with the course* tad
accommodations but were
dsstuibed by an incident that
(xmited there During the first
week of oar stay, after regular
day school- instruction. Prof.
Su'tchffc. who had lived and
taught at Beirut College for
several years, lectured one
evening on Iran. His lecture was
biased and incorrect statements
were made, such as Israel started
the 1948 War. As there were
many Jewish Elderhostel
yr^t^w in attendance, they
registered then- protest ef-
fectively and were assured this
would not happen again.
One of the courses during the
second week concerned the
Mideast and Israeli cultures. The
course was conducted by Dr.
Paidoah. a woman professor who
JjaaMawll the subject very well.
This course included un-
dergraduates, among them
several Moslem students. The
direct exchange between Moslem
and Israeli views was
enlightening. Outstanding was a
review of Jewish history
presented concisely, factually
and unbiased by s Mr. Rogall. a
resident and leading UJA
representative of St Petersburg,
who happened to be an
Elderhostel student. His fine talk
was greeted with applause and
was praised by Dr. Paidoah.
We are very much aware of the
huge sums of Arab money being
poured into the colleges to in-
fluence the minds of the students
who are the source of future
leaders. I also became aware that
there is a significantly large
number of Jewish Elderhostel
students attending the
Elderhostel summer courses. We
had at least 75 percent in oar
courses.
It seems to me that these
Jewish Elderhostel students
could perform some useful service
during their attendance to
iubbih.u some of the aJ
PTOP^jda- They coold xm\
tha* aaffkaent IsraeU ^ j2J|
iieeayapeis and books btpL
mtheadioolbTwrtobiu3
some of the overwhelmin^l
itwtre. Teacher, ^^
asked to tell the student* to J\
to the Jewish literature nL\
mthe bWies and to iS
reports tt> them where rek.
courses in history, sooZLt
cultures, etc. are given. ^^*"
Also, they could reconuna.1
that when a pro-Arab lecture il
given, that a pro-Israel lecuiJ
be given the opportunity t>
present the Jewish view-.. I
These speakers could beobuij
from the B'nai Brith speunl
bureau. / there are bJ
Jewmh Elderhostel tJS\
attending the summer counal
they could serve as uMgj
messengers on behalf of Jar*!
interests.
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NORMAN J. SCHIMELMAN
Execu tive Director
HENRY BASS UK
Campaign Director
RABBI ALANR. SHERMAN
Chaplain & Director,
Community Relations Council
JAY EPSTEIN
Campaign Associate
STANLEY HYMAS
Director, Endowment
RONNI TARTAKOW
Director of Public Relations
PAULA RUTH KASS
Women's Division Director
BERNARD NEWMAN
Comptroller
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Ety. September 5, 1960
Women's Division Hosts Second President's Coffee
|The Women's Division of the
l'ish Federation of Palm Beach
Lntv will be hosting its second
inua'l Presidents' Coffee on
tndav. Sept. IB, at 10 a.m. at
le home of Barbara Shulman in
ilm Beach. The presidents of all
laior Jewish women's
Lanizations in the community
Lve been invited to participate
[this event.
lAnne S. Faivus, Women's
vision president, stated, "Our
Lsidents Coffee wUl be the first
Inort unity this year to bring
Kether all Jewish women
Vders in Palm Beach County.
L women presidents of our
rcanizations, we carry the vital
Lponsibility of bringing news
[d issues to our respective
emberships. Once again we
need to come together in strength
and unity as we did last year. At
the Presidents' Coffee there will
be discussion of the second
annual Jewish Women's
Assembly, a unique, stimulating
community-wide women's
learning experience.''
This year the Assembly will be
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
and will be held on Monday, Oct.
27, at the Breakers in Palm
Beach.
Beth Siskin, vice president for
education, explained the overall
concept of this year's Jewish
Women's Assembly. "Jewish
women of the Palm Beaches have
expressed to me their desire to
learn first-hand about the
changing tides of international
policy affecting our survival
around the globe. As Jewish
women, it is vital for us to
become even more sophisticated
in our awareness of the threats to
our people in the countries of
open oppression. Therefore, the
1980 Jewish Women's Assembly
has taken as its theme, The
1980's: A Decade of Concern:
Jews in Peril, to encompass this
year's program."
Beth Siskin continued, "I am
excited that Renee Bassuk and
Adele Simon have accepted the
responsibility as co-chairman of
our Assembly. They are both
creative and dedicated women
who last year demonstrated their
capabilities in the planning and
coordination of our day. They,
along with the full committee, are
pleased to be bringing to Palm
Beach County speakers who are
experts in their areas of Jewish
concern. Last year our day was
sold out, and we are again ex-
pecting to have an overwhelming
response for Monday, Oct. 27.
"In reflecting on our un-
precendented success last year,"
she said, "I recall one woman
president who approached me at
the end of our program. She was
moved by the feeling of
camaraderie and by the level of
concern which came from having
representation from all Jewish
women's organizations, sharing in
one day. With tears in her eyes,
she thanked our Women's
Division for sponsoring the
Assembly which realized her
longstanding dream of bringing
all of us together under one roof."
Anne S. Faivus stated, "Once
again our Presidents' Coffee on
Sept. 15 will bring together our
community leaders and spark the
enthusiasm which will carry over
to our Assembly. We shall join
hands and present to all the
women in Palm Beach County
another unique educational day
which will have an impact on our
women's community throughout
the entire year."
JF&CS Hires Caseworker
. m< i t i.-,.- College, Cleveland, where he was
Mildred Moss, chairwoman of
be personnel committee of the
ewish Family & Children's
lervice of Palm Beach County,
gently announced the hiring of
fed Goldberg to fill the newly
reated position of caseworker in
Ihe agency's forthcoming
(Emergency Crisis Support
program.
Joining with Mrs. Moss,
Itephen Levitt, executive
Wtor of the JF & CS said.
Goldberg will "enable the
gency to quickly and effectively
spond to life-threatening social
lr emotional situations affecting
|ur area's senior citizens, as well
i others."
The program was formulated
kith the assistance of the JF &
tS board of directors and has
ceived the financial help of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
Pounty, according to Levitt.
Vmong the new services to be
kffered by the agency, through
[he program, will be home visits
or those who are unable to
articipate in counseling at the
IF & CS's main office on
)keechobee Boulevard.
John Moss, president of JF &
*S, added in his > statement to
Xhe Floridian, that "the
pmergency support worker will
triable the agency to address
arger groups of senior citizens in
bur area's condominiums." It will
now be possible for the agency to
help larger numbers of our area's
seniors in their own environment,
addition to direct casework
ervices, Goldberg plans to work
vith area volunteers to further
promote the beneficial efforts of
the agency on behalf of our
Jewish seniors, according to
Moss.
Goldberg received his bachelor
bf arts degree at the University of
Cincinnati in 1973. He furthered
pis education at Case Western
eserve University School of
Applied Social Sciences,
Receiving a master of social work
degree in 1975. Goldberg will be
concluding his supervisor 8
position in child protective
services for the Cuyahoga
County Welfare Department,
|Cleveland, Ohio.
He previously had worked with
I adolescents at the Parmadale
[Children's Village, Parma, Ohio,
Ithe RapArt Center, Cleveland
Heights, Ohio, and the Jewish
I Family & Children's Services of
I Akron, Ohio.
In addition to his five years of
I post-master's social work ex-
perience, Goldberg has had a
lengthy association with Jewish
Communal Services, having
worked in various positions such
as a Jewish Cultural Camp for
[Children in Indiana artl various
1 programs with Jewish Com-
munity Centers in Ohio.
He is a member of the National
Association of Social Workers
and the Academy of Certified
Social Workers, as well as the
faculty of Cuyahoga Community
a part-time instructor in social
work at the Lifelong Learning
Institute. Goldberg has pursued
an active interest in the
relationship between adolescents
and older senior adults. He began
his new position at the JF & CS,
2411 Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach, on Sept. 1.
Members of Palm Beach
County's senior adult con-
dominium groups or fraternal
organizations are urged to
contact Goldberg at 684-1991 for
further information regarding the
agency'8 services and possible
speaking invitations.
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The Return to Israel
By STACILESSER
I Kraei a vision, a reality. Israel with her ever-
Hanging land, her growing cities, her pride, and
pr people.
Usually, the anticipation of something can be
waiter than the actuality. Israel proves to be an
ntion The anticipation and realization are
hP same Whether it be your first visit or your
Ifth visit to this country, the urge to return
tows stronger with every visit to this special
nd. Israel.
As those first notes of "Avenu Shalom
UK-hem" are played aboard El Al's 747. my
[hiidren Tami and Gary and I saw the first
fclimpse of Israel's coastline. Somewhere I
Sought I heard the humming of welcome home.
Welcome home, Shalom.
ISRAEL, the land, is a tiny piece of geography
difficult to locate on a world map. Yet. when you
Think ol this land situated among large unfriendly
lountries. vou think big. Perhaps this is due to
hai has been accomplished in the span of not too
Lm years. Swamps turned into fertile fields.
Deserts reclaimed, washed, fertilized and now rich
In produce A> an unfinished canvas, areas of
Tirn have been painted, the unfinished brown
Vailing for the eager artist.
Israel, the cities, are as varied as the land itself.
\viv is active, commercial, exciting. Haifa is
aim. picturesque, and restful. Jerusalem is
Llways beautiful with her innate ability to charm.
|| once heard a saying that so aptly describes
these jewels of the Middle East: Haifa, a good
[plan- to live; Tel Aviv, a good place for night life:
land Jerusalem, a good place for your soul.
Israel, the people, a contrast of various per-
Lonalities, much different, much the same. The
fcnaolgy ol the Israeli to the Sabra fruit has much
truth, except the prickle on the outside is minute
fwhile the sweetness within is plentiful.
Israel is a Chaim and Leah with their gracious-
lm". pride, warmth, and love. Israel is one large
family where Israeli and tourist alike feel the
|l>iinil of kinship.
ISRAEL, the pride, the pride felt by every Jew
in anv place. How well I know a strong Israel
[makes this pride possible. How easy it is to
I volunteer time and make donations. How easy it
Ls to lake nn -on to Israel and to take him home
mm
with me. At 18, he will be in a university some-
where safe, but with a pride of being what he is. A
strong Israel makes it possible for my children to
grow with assurance, security and pride.
Israel the tourists love, a love strengthened by
her land and her people. As our bus approached
Jerusalem for the first time, we hesitated in our
ascent to recite the age-old blessing of the
Shehehiyanu. Only then did we enter with the
realization of our dreams.
When I was trying to compose my thoughts on
this visit to Israel. I reflected on all the marvelous
experiences my children and I had together. I
didn't know which aspect of this, my third visit,
would be most exciting to relate. Actually, the
one that was one of the most meaningful to all of
us was a Bar Mitzvah at the Wall. I will not even
give my feelings, but the words of my son. the
Bar Mitzvah.
"TO HAVE a Bar Mitzvah. you have to be able
to comprehend what it is justifiably for. It is the
lit-ginning of the boy's first step to manhood, it is
when he becomes a young man. and it is when he
becomes responsible for his misdeeds. No longer
need the parents take responsibility. In fact, they
even sav a little blessing, since they are no longer
responsible for his actions. It is when the father
gains a man and the mother loses a baby son. It is
when the son becomes ever closer to the Jewish
faith. It's when the son now man lays
T lillin. wraps Talit. and becomes recognaed in
prayer
Indeed, having my Bar Mitzvah at the Wall
has inspired me greatly. I can really feel my
religion. I can Bee why the Jewish faith has lasted
for more than 3.600 years. The brotherhood of the
Jews in Jerusalem is amazing. And now. since it
is my Bar Mitzvah. 1 can become part of the
brotherhood.
When I have a son. and when he is of age. I
shall bring him to the Wall for his Bar Mitzyah.
Hopefully, he will bring his son. and he will take
his son and he will take his son. It will become a
great tradition."
Israel, the vision Israel, the haven. You
never quite leave Israel, for as Jerusalem is good
for the soul, part of each soul.is good for Israel.
Each time I have left, part of my soul has
remained and it continues to beckon me back,
humming welcome home, shalom.
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LJCC Happenings
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SENIOR NEWS
^.port.tlon: The Com-
pnsive Senior Service Center
Sea by Title III OAA
,ueh Gulfstream Areawide
ncU on Aging, provKhng
soortation to transit dis-
taged adults 60 years or
r in a designated area, and a
education and recreation
lgram. Call the Center at 689-
t Community Education
,883, School Board of Palm
ich County: 10 Sessions, Sept.
. Nov. 28.
)il Painting, Mondays, 9 a.m.
noon. Stretching Your Food
bllars, Mondays, 3 to 5 p.m.
krology, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to
on. Lip Reading, Wednesdays,
to 11:45 a.m. Yoga, Wed-
sdays, 1 to 3 p.m. Writer's
Workshop, Wednesday ,s 3 to 5
Know Your Car, Fridays,
>30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
(utrition & You, Fridays, 1 to 3
Im-
J Busette: The busette, which
las given to the JCC by the Joe
Emily Lowe Foundation, will
^ available for persons who have
fansportation problems coming
the Jewish Community Center
activities. A minimum con-
i
tribution of 60 cents round trip is
requested to defray expenses.
Call Bonnie Silverstein at the
Center for busette scheduling.
Speak Out: 'Speak Out" has
become a very popular activity.
Wynn Kenton will continue to
lead this program the second and
fourth Mondays of the month at
10 a.m. However, in September,
this program will meet on Sept.
16 and Sept. 29. Join the many
who come to enjoy a morning of
expression, friendship and
learning.
How the Better Business
Bureau Can Help You: On Mon-
day, Sept. 8, at 1 p.m., David
Fancher, director of the Better
Business Bureau, will conduct a
program on how the Better Busi-
ness Bureau can help you in your
daily business transactions.
Learn how the consumer can
avoid and deal with potential
problems.
Round Table Talk for Men: Joe
Greenberg, group leader, says
"Join us in discussion every
Tuesday at 1 p.m."
Joy Through Movement: A
JCC extension course meets
Thursday mornings from 9:30 to
11 at Poinciana Place in Lake
Worth, beginning Oct. 2 through
Special JCC Events for
Conference on Aging
| On Sept. 16. a Governor's Con-
lence on Aging is scheduled in
rlando. This conference is slated
define concerns, issues, prob-
and recommendations of
Honda's older population in
i\ ance of the White House Con-
enceon Aging in 1981.
The conference will concentrate
i three areas of concern: Health,
Duration and support services.
ilegates have received specific
isignments with background
aptrs to enable them to develop
In y statements related to the
peds in their respective areas.
hi m will be compiled and voted
:>n at the conference.
In conjunction with this event,
h> s-rond Tuesday of the Month
|lub of the Jewish Community
enter will present a panel dis-
jssion on Sept. 9 at 1 p.m. with
ersons who are involved in the
vernor's Conference.
This is an opportunity for
eniors to give their input to
peal, state and federal govern-
ment, making suggestions to
Palm Beach County delegates so
that the necessary programs that
are needed to enable persons in
their later years to live with
comfort and dignity can be
developed.
Sam Rubin, president of the
Tuesday Club, says "Everyone is
invited to attend." Busette
transportation will be available
whenever possible. For infor-
mation, call 689-7700 and ask for
Bonnie.
Friday, Sept. 19. the last day
of the conference, is a special
senior citizens day, and all older
adults in Florida are invited to
participate on a first-come basis.
Gov. Bob Graham will discuss
ttife new directions for policies
recommended by the delegates at
the Atlantis Theatre, Sea World,
Orlando. A variety of entertain-
ment is scheduled.
Reservations must be made in
advance. Interested persons
should call Jean Rubin at the
Jewish Community Center.
Dec. 11. This class will include
exercises, basic ballet, modem
dancing and thought. Lessons
are being given by Celia Golden,
who is a licensed dance therapist
with many years of experience in
this field. For further infor-
mation, call the last week of
September at 964-1465.
Speakers Club: Herbert
Sperber, president, invites all of
those interested in public
speaking to become a part of this
group which meets on Thursdays
at 10 a.m.
Music You Love: A musical
series with Wynn Kenton will
meet on Friday, Oct. 10 and 24 at
10 a.m. and thereafter on the
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second and fourth Fridays at 10
a.m. For further information, call
the Center.
Mah Jongg Refresher Course:
If you are interested in joining
this group, call Bonnie at 689-
7700 for information.
Dine Out: Luncheon at various
restaurants will be held once a
month. For details, call Bonnie or
Sam.
History of Dead Sea Scrolls:
George Grookman will present a
two-series talk on the "History of
the Dead Sea Scrolls" on Wed-
nesday, Sept. 3 and again on
Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 1 p.m. A
question and answer period will
follow.
Tripe: The JCC Senior Week-
end, Fort Lauderdale. The fourth
annual get-together of the JCC
seniors from all over Florida will
take place Sunday and Monday,
Sept. 28 and 29. Reservations are
limited, so register early. Trans-
portation is included. Call Bonnie
for information.
Lido Spa: To be held on Nov.
23-26. Includes three meals a day
(diet or regular) and daily
massage. Transportation is
available. Call Bonnie or Sam lor
information.
Second Tuesday Club: Sam
Rubin announces that the regular
meeting of the Second Tuesday
Club will be held on Tuesday,
Sept. 9, at 1 p.m. A special
program, a panel discussion, with
representatives who are involved
in the coming Governor's Con-
ference on Aging on Sept. 16, is
planned. The public is invited to
attend. Call the Center if you
need busette transportation.
On Volunteers ... Volunteers
are the dream machine of the
Jewish Community Center. The
Pre-school for the coming year is
going to be part of the volunteer
program. On Friday, Aug. 22, a
Volunteer Pre-school Seminar
was held. The following people
attended and plan to participate
in this program: Edythe Zucker-
berg, Eve Metz, Clara Buck,
Gerta Wertheim, Friedel Kessler,
Esther Silverman, Samuel Berger
and Jean Brown. If you are in-
terested in working with children,
there is still time contact
Bonnie Silverstein at 689-7700 for
further information.
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-Four more years of Dennis Koehler-|
is four more years of:
Rejection of Charter Government by the voters
Rejection of Road Bonds by the voters
Catering to a special clique of contributors
No action Federal giveaways
Rewarding failures
Over-budgeted departments
Lawsuits by the voters over his failure
regarding the jail and the forcing of convicted
criminals to be set free
Administration run by staff- not the elected
officials
Poor mass transit Idle promises
'ssues should be resolved by good judgement-not the
s ze of attribution. The incumbent was the environ-
mental officer for Palm Beach County yet just voted on
a maner that will create a two-m.le crater that will benefit
onh/ Rubin Construction.
, ^Lf!?fia, in SundaV's pa/m Seacn Post Times. June
il vSristated- "No Qne' regardless of hts reputation, or
^ ?^satt?Tnev" s^ou'd be allowed to mine shell rock
only 800 feet from West Palm Beach's water catchment
area. Unfortunately. Dennis Koehler, Palm Beach
county Commissioner doesn't see it that way.
A vote for Gary Joel Goldstein is a vote for cleaning
hcxisejeduction in spending, return of government to
the elected officials and the people. Its a vote for a man
who believes that airline schedules can, and should, be
changed, not people's lives.
WITH PRIDE
FOR ACTION, ____
NOT BROKEN PROMISES
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Friday. September 6,1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page
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TEMPLE BETH
HATEFILLAH
Temple Beth Ha'Tefillah has
been chosen as the name for the
Conservative synagogue for the
western communities.
On Sunday, Aug. 3, the second
meeting of Beth HaTeffflah was
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Berger. A board of
directors has been elected,
consisting of: Sheldon Berger,
president; Brian Schwartz, vice
president; Caroline Zweig,
treasurer; and Lynne Berger,
secretary.
Services will be held beginning
at sundown, Saturday, Sept. 6,
with a midnight Selichot service.
Other holiday services are Erev
Rosh Hashonah, Wednesday,
Sept. 10; Rosh Hashonah,
Thursday, Sept. 11; Rosh
Hashonah, Friday, Sept. 12; Kol
Nidre, Friday, Sept. 19, Yom
Kippur, Saturday, Sept. 20;
Yiskor services.
High holiday services will be
held at the Royal Palm Beach
Lions Club, 700 Camellia Drive,
Royal Palm Beach. Rabbi Jerome
Kestenbaum will be officiating.
For information, contact Mrs.
Caroline Zweig or Sheldon
Berger.
B'NAI JACOB
CONGREGATION
Martin Kroshinsky, president
of B'nai Jacob Congregation, has
announced the engagement of
Rabbi Ephraim F. Mandelcorn to
officiate at High Holy Days
services inaugurating the New
Year 5741.
Rabbi Mandelcorn is well
known to some residents of the
community from his many years
of service as the spiritual head of
Temple Emanuel at Parkcheater
in New York City.
A Conservative rabbi ordained
at the Jewish Theological
Seminary, Dr. Mandelcorn also
holds his master's and doctorate
degrees from that institutuion.
He received previous Tahnudic
training at the New Israel
Yeshiva in Baltimore and the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanan School of
Yeshiva University in New York,
from which he also received a
bachelor of arts degree magna
cum laude.
Born in Montreal, Canada, the
rabbi served during World War
II as a chaplain in the Canadian
Army with the rank of captain.
More recently, a special assign-
ment from the Rabbinical
Assembly took him to Israel for
two years as the pioneer spiritual
leader of the Conservative syna-
gogue in Haifa and as program
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director at the national head-
quarters in Tel Aviv of the As-
sociation of Americans and
Canadians in Israel.
Rabbi Mandelcorn has been a
resident of South Florida for the
past five years, serving congre-
gations in Miami Beach.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
Alan H. Cummings, president
of Temple Emanu-El of Palm
Beach, announces that Rabbi
Joel Chazin will be new spiritual
leader.
Rabbi Chazin received his BA
degree magna cum laude from
Amherst College, his MA from
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
and was ordained as a rabbi by .
the Seminary in 1965. In 1978, he
initiated studies toward his
doctoral degree in Jewish History
and is presently involved in
further study under the guidance
of Seminary Chancellor Gerson
Cohen.
He is married to Linda Sue
Levine, and they have three
children, all of whom will be
attending the Jewish Day School
in West Palm Beach.
Prior to accepting Temple
Emanu-El's pulpit, he spent four
years with Beth-El Synagogue in
Waterbury, Conn. Previous
congregations were Ohav
Sholom, Albany, N.Y. and
Ahavas Israel in Grand Rapids,
Mich.
Rabbi Chazin identifies himself
as a liberal and innovative rabbi
and supports the equalization of
the participation of women in the
synagogue. His experience in-
cludes leading study groups,
interfaith programs, community
participation and teaching
Jewish studies.
TEMPLE BETH
EL SISTERHOOD
Temple Beth El Sisterhood,
West Palm Beach, will hold its
first meeting for 1980-81 on
Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 8 p.m. in
Senter Hall
Mrs. Ilsa Mollen, cultural vice
president, announced the
program to be presented will be
"An Interpretation of a Woman
of Valor, based on famous Jewish
personages, Biblical and con-
temporary. Lewis Moss, poet
laureate of Florida, will read from
his library of original com-
position.
There will be a special musical
greeting, welcoming members
and guests.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood
invitee the congregation to the
social hour preceding the Selichot
services, Saturday, Sept. 6 at
10:30 p.m. in Senter Hall. Ser-
vices are at midnight, and a
musical program is planned.
Temple Beth El's United
Synagogue Youth groups are
busy planning varied programs
for the 1980-81 year.
Kadima grades 6-8 will hold its
first meeting on Sunday, Sept.
14, from 12:30 to 2:30 in Temple
Beth El's Senter Hall. The
program will be games with
records from the top 40 hits going
to the winners. This will be
followed by a "make-your-own"
sundae party. Some of the other
events being planned are a day of
ice skating in Fort Lauderdale, a
weekend in Miami with other
Kadima groups and a mystery
bus ride. On Sunday, Oct. 19,
from 1 to 5 p.m., the group will
host a sub-regional Kadima Day
at Temple Beth El.
USY grades 9-12 will start off
the year with a pool party and
barbeque at the home of Tammi
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Lesser. Future plans include a>
beach party, sports events and
get-togethers with other groups.
On Saturday evening, Sept. 27,
USY'ers from South Florida will
gather at the North Palm Beach
Country Club for Havdalah
services and a dance followed by
a sleep-over at the synagogue.
The purpose of the youth
group is to involve Jewish youth
in a meaningful relationship to
Judaism in an environment that
is religious, educational and
social.
All youth in grades 6 12 are
invited to join in the activities.
For further information, contact
Larry Goldberg, youth director
at Temple Beth El.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
resume the regular monthly
meetings of the new season on
Monday, Sept. 22, at noon in
Schwartzberg Hall. A welcome is
extended to all new members who
have recently joined.
Sisterhood plans new projects
for the coming year. "Present
Plans for Future Programs
enlists the active participation of
all members. How can the in-
dividual member cooperate?
Program Chairperson Fran
Golden will introduce a special
presentation of "Information
Please!" with president Barbara
Chane as moderator and a panel
of members who head various
committees. Questions and
suggestions are welcomed. Lunch
will be served.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Temple Beth David announces
a repeat of last year's successful
break-the-fast buffet dinner to be
held on Saturday evening, Sept.
20, immediately following the
conclusion of Yom Kippur ser-
vices, at the Colonnade Hotel on
Singer Island. Reservations
cannot be accepted after Sept. 12
and must be prepaid. For further
information, call the temple
office.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 13-A
Terrorists Step Up Activities
Hit Terrorist Bases Across Litani
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
And GIL SEDAN
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli forces attacked
ist bases across the Litani River in south Lebanon
week and destroyed 26 buildings used by terrorists
Dart of their military equipment. Three Israeli
liers were killed and 12 injured in the twin operation.
|At least 40 terrorists were killed, and three
Irists were brought back by the Israeli forces as
[ners. In retaliation, terrorists fired shells from the
knese town of Nabatiya toward the southern region
tolled by the Christian militia under Maj. Saad
lad.
w> of the Israeli fatal-
were identified as
t. Meir Knisbah, 23, of
inya, and Sg. Guy
lev of Kibbutz Kfar
kachem. The third
aity was not im-
fcately identified.
|IEF OF STAFF Gen.
\te\ Eitan, who watched the
ation from his command
along with Prime Minister
achem Begin, who is acting
fense Minister, said it was the
st Israeli operation into
Lebanon since Operation
ni in March, 1978, when
el took over all of south
anon He said all targets
> captured and destroyed.
ccording to an army spokes-
the operation was directed
|nst tour targets in the Ar-
plateau north and west of
|Litani River: the villages of
oun, Hamma, Tibnit and
Tahara. The Israeli forces
brtedly arrived after mid-
fit, surprising the terrorists in
bases.
Ln advance force of the Golani
kntry Brigade was the first to
|front a unit of terrorists,
er a brief exchange of fire the
Mi force overcame the
orists. Once near the
beted bases the Israel forces
pprising infantrymen and
atroopers simultaneously
pcked the terrorists and blew
iheir bases.
THE ISRAEL Air Force
nbed the Beaufort fortress, a
Ih Century Crusader castle,
pt of the Litani from which
terrorists control the Marj
Ion Valley. The fortress, which
[he central military position of
terrorists in the area, was
ortedly badly damaged in the
rial attack.
Jhe army spokesman said the
ferations were part, of several
kventive measures being taken
1 the Israel Defense Force
finst the terrorists in south
panon to destroy their
pnization and prevent them
fi carrying out renewed
kes against Israel.
This was the second operation
ainst the terrorists in less than
|week. Israel launched a con-
ned land, a fr and sea attack
rher against two bases north
i Tyre and north of Sidon and
reled them. A number of
orists were killed and all
eli forces returned safely to
bases. This raid was also
ten within the context of
eventive action.
ITHE LATEST actions
vered an area in which 160 to
terrorists staff several bases
crated by various terrorist
ganizations, particularly. El
ptah, the Democratic Front for
f> Liberation of Palestine, the
ppular Front for the Liberation
Palestine and the Syrian-
kcked Al Seika.
It is from these bases that the
terrorists prepare for sabotage
activities across the border into
Israel, and direct most of their
shellings against the area con-
trolled by Haddad. This is the
area known as "Fatahland," and
there are an estimated 6,000 ter-
rorists in the region between
Israel's border with Lebanon and
the Zaharani River.
Since the IDF evacuated
south Lebanon in 1978, the ter-
rorists have launched 48 strikes,
killing nine civilians, two
soldiers and wounding 31
civilians and 20 soldiers. During
the same period, terrorists
shelled Israeli settlements 29
times and penetrated Israel nine
times by sea. In clashes with the
IDF, 31 terrorists were killed
and 22 were taken prisoners.
FOREIGN MINISTER Yitz
hak Shamir said that despite the
dangers and sacrifices, Israel
cannot survive without such
operations that help prevent acts
of terrorism against Israel. Eitan
said the operation said this last
operation was part of Israel's
policy of preemptive attacks
against terrorist targets. He said
it had been successful in sur-
prising the terrorists.
Meanwhile, life in northern
Israel was normal despite being
on special alert for terrorist
shells. Explosions could still be
heard from the Litani River area
where the Israelis had attacked
Aug. 18.
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Ter-
rorists are stepping up their
activities in what is seen as an
effort "to save face" after the
Israeli raids on their strongholds
in south Lebanon last week.
A disaster was averted here
when a bomb was discovered on
top of a vendor's cart in the main
fruit and vegetable market just
off Allenby Street, the city's
main thoroughfare. Local
workers who discovered a sus-
picious-looking object called the
police, and a police sapper dis-
mantled the bomb before it could
gooff.
THE MARKET was cleared of
vendors and shoppers for several
hours while police conducted a
thorough search to make certain
that no other bombs had been
placed in the area.
Meanwhile, the Israeli who was
killed by a bomb explosion at a
gasoline service station just off
the main Jerusalem-Tel Aviv
highway near Kibbutz Neve I Ian
and the Arab village of Abu Gosh
was identified as Aharon
Ephraim from Nahariya, the
father of three small children,
who happened to be in the station
when the bomb exploded.
In another incident, a bomb
was discovered in a park in Herz-
uya but dismantled before it
could explode. Also, a bomb went
off at a soldier's hitch-hike
station on the Tel Aviv-Jeru-
salem highway at the entrance to
Jerusalem Monday but no one
was injured. ^______
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Pagel5-A
earning With Rip Van Winkle
Lbany, N.Y. The :mmmmm
byside is beautiful. On a
|t afternoon, one senses a
[jse of New England in the
Some leaves are already
i orange and red; and
, ig a snap in the air, for all
_ummer heat, that reminds
bf my youth when seasons
1 suddenly and sharply.
McKeounsville, at an out-
fruit and vegetable stand, a
U rolls up on his tractor. He
Ends, a monarch on his
he, with huge burlap bags of
[ in either hand he has just
I in the field overhead.
IS A coincidence, for we
I been sampling other ears of
in a huge bin these five
kites before his arrival
Dining the multi-colored ker-
, drowning our senses in the
|1 of silk, surveying with slick
eyes the quality of the husks.
These are better," he says,
fing his bags into the bin.
others they're maybe
three hours off the stalks.
pust picked this batch not
en ten minutes ago."
j denudes an ear to the cob,
sts the silk, then the kernels,
our nostrils. "Here," he
smell for yourselves." We
i no difference, but refuse to
ppoint him, and agree.
IE FARMER is a painting
ryeth or Benton. Or maybe a
ograph of any of a dozen
lymous WPA cameramen
documented the agony of
I's life in the dustbowl. He is
iery and eternal, his hands a
Baur's claws one finger is
ling and at least partly
Jrms the image. His overalls
as what he is. He is what he
and there is no mistaking
have just come from
kny. where we were privileged
shown through the Senate
[House chambers at the State
ptnl. In the halls downstairs,
ortraits of former governors
in stern silence, row upon
lam somewhat surprised to
" Herbert Lehman hanging
ng them, having forgotten
he was once a governor of
York State, remembering
lonly in my youth, our many
|ings and correspondence,
i an angry four-page telegram
sponse to something I had
| written. Was he a governor?
fSTORY takes quaint turns
lie self-centered conscience
Ih remembers Lehman as a
Itor in a Capitol Hill corridor
ping after a debate he led and
And then a losing vote
fist the McCarran Act. But
i governor. So long ago that
the struggle to humanize
)gent immigration laws.
ory takes quaint turns in the
of human affairs now
at Mariel. Once they
shaped in Washington,
Lehman waa a Senator.'
I a governor?
ptto for Franklin Roosevelt.
he a governor, too, only a
(Brnor? That last train ride of
om Warm Springs, the sad
and tears of towns and
ges to be heard and passed
nore, have been dimmed in
recollection.
|ut if the youthful portrait
not, the famous Roosevel-
door cut for him in the
Ital building here so he could
T_ through it in his wheelchair
as that he waa. It is still
the entire building sur-
pded now by the new plaza,
k and modern in its marble
{nificence, a memento
esty of Nelson Rockefeller.
[trangely. Rockefeller's
trait does not yet hang among
rows of the old rapscallions,
jn^and Roosevelt's, and
Leo
Mindlin
the others.
WE HAVE just come to
McKeounsville from this dot of
marble and fountained splendor
in an otherwise drab city, drab
Albany upon the Hudson, where
Rip Van Winkle slept through
the pages of history.
The farmer thrusts his latest
ear of corn upon us once more.
"Smell the silk," he urges us
again. "Look at those kernels."
There is pride in his eye and his
voice.
The farmer, too, sleeps. He is a
universe away, not only from
Albany, that drab little city atop
the Empire State. He is a
universe away from the rancor
and the slick deception of
Gotham Town, the Big Apple to
the south, and the Democratic
convention to which we would
shortly travel to observe the
centers of power, the earth-
shakers at their malevolent play.
THE FARMER is what he
does. He walks back to his
tractor, the empty burlap bags a
paunchy pendant in either giant
hand, and ascends his wide
bicycle seat throne. The earth-
shakers in the Big Apple will
posture and pound rostrums and
pronounce ponderous testaments
of universal political truths.
The farmer, mounted, waves
and heads back to his field bur-
geoning with their pre autumnal
abundance. Rip Van Winkle
putt-putts to his eternal present,
eternal and leathery. The cities
on the Hudson, north and south,
connected by a river, are not his
domain.
Are they to be disdained? I
wonder, and for a moment
imagine myself on that tractor in
the field overhead, refugee in his
sweet-smelling refuge. But later
at dinner, the salted corn, all hot
and buttery, rich and succulent,
is a thing I perceive that can be
purchased at any fruit and
vegetable stand in any super-
market. Rip Van Winkle is
asleep again. A city slicker's
brief romance is over.
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September 5,1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pe*el7-A
idrasha Announces Open House
iMidraah* Judaic* High
I will launch its second year
e8 with an Open House on
v Sept. 8, from 8 to 9:30
[Temple Beth El.
Jthat time, students and
I will have a chance to learn
I the program for this
*,ic year. Students will be
[meet the teachers and ask
Lg about the courses,
[its may enroll at that time.
|s are invited to the Open
[which will take place in
bmstein Lounge. Refresh-
I be served.
[ M idrasha is a community
open to all Jewish high
| students in the area. It is
jred by the Jewish
ktion. the Jewish Corn-
Day School, and a
It of ar.a synagogues. The
Warn for the M idrasha has
developed in response to
interest and requests
ling particular subjects,
year there will be three
fall, winter and spring,
10 weeks each. New
8 will be offered, and the
has been expanded.
the Jewish Studies
tment, the Midrasha will
JCC
Women's
issociation
first public meeting of the
j formed Women's
nation will take place at the
ih Community Center on
nesday, Sept. 17, at 10 a.m.
are invited to hear guest
ker, Dr. Robert K. Alsofrom,
P.A., who will lecture on
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday,'
EEC Says No
To Golan Military Games Invite
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The military attaches of
the four major European
Economic Community
(EEC) countries Britain,
France, Germany and Italy
recently declined an
Irael Defense Force (IDF)
invitation to watch mili-
tary maneuvers on the
Golan Heights. At the end
of last week, the four
officers held a staff meeting
with military intelligence
chief Maj. Gen. Yehoshua
Saguy, on the subject of
the absence from the exer-
cise, held some weeks ago.
At least one of the attaches
said he came away from the
meeting with the impression that One EEC diplomat explained
Saguy had hinted he would not that the attaches' absence ought
to serve as a clear message to
Israel that if the annexation idea
became law, relations with
Western Europe would suffer
heavily. He added that the
attaches had not undertaken
their absence as a concerted and
demonstrative act: each had
given his separate pretext for
staying away.
invite the EEC attaches to
future war games even inside the
"Green Line."
AN EEC diplomatic source
said that if that was the case
there would be contacts on the
highest levels between Israel and
EEC governments and there
could be "retaliation'- against
the IDF attaches in London,
Paris, Bonn and Rome.
The attaches and their em-
bassies made it clear unofficially
to Israel government circles that
their absence from the exercise
was intended to express their
government's dissatisfaction
with present Israeli policies
and especially with the proposal
currently being canvassed in
both government and opposition
parties to annex the Golan.
TCnE
TTT
Activists Snipe at Hebrew University
TMUNDKK is the name of an
organization formed here to
combat the policy of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem's
contingent of Arab students who.
it says are "assisted" and
"encouraged" by the University
in "the destruction of Israel
through its programs ol aid to
Arab terrorist students and
future PI,() leaders."
THUNDKK stands for Teach
Hebrew University Never to
Develop Enemy Revolutionaries
and is quartered at 2080 NE
167th St., No Miami Beach.
CHAYA GOTTLIEB.
executive director of THUN-
DER, charged this week that
"Hebrew University is open to
Arab-PLO agitators and sup
porters. Even harder to believe
still. Hebrew University awards
these student terrorists with
grants. scholarships and
preferential treatment
Major object of the
organization is to enforce a new
policy at Hebrew University by
Expelees Told
Not to Return
JERUSALEM UTAl -
The Supreme Court has rejected
the appeal by the families ol the
three West Hank leaders expelled
last May that their deportation
be rescinded
However, the court recom-
mended that two of the three.
Mayor Fahed Kawasme ol
Hebron and Mayor Mohammed
Milhim of llalhoul. could appeal
to the West Hank military
government s adivisory board.
The court said the two mayors
would first have to present af-
fidavits to an Israeli consulate
abroad or a representative of the
International Red Cross
declaring they intend to obey
Israeli law if they return and
clarifying their view on
statements of incitement against
Israel which were published in
their names.
THE COURT said the third
deportee. Sheikh Rajab Tamimi.
head of the Moslem religious
court in Hebron, should not have
the right to appeal to the ad-
visory board because he had
called for Israel's destruction at a
demonstration in Hebron last
March at which the two mayors
were present. The three were
expelled shortly after Palestinian
terrorists killed six yeshiva
students in Hebron.
The court sharply ciriticized
the method by which the three
were expelled. Contrary to law,
they received no advance notice
and were not permitted to appeal
to the advisory board before their
deportation.
which "Every Arab student must
sign an oath of allegiance,
declaring that the land of Israel is
Jewish and that the State of
Israel is the state of the Jewish
people."
Gottlieb's statement dedans.
Anyone who is not prepared to
do so has no right to continue his
education in Jerusalem, home of
the Jewish people, at Jewish
expense."
There have been precedents in
the past of military attaches
attending IDF maneuvers across
the "Green Line." Since the IDF
occupies these territories legally
as military occupier the
attaches, as distinct from the
diplomats, are entitled by inter-
national law to pursue their
duties there
The attaches of the U.S..
Canada, the Philippines and
some Latin American countries
participated in the Golan
maneuA ei
POLITICAL observers here
ure wondering what effect the
,n laches boycott vs. ill have on
the thinking "I Labor and Likud
Knesseters who are members ol
i hi so-called "Golan Lobby" and
have supported the idea of
annexation legislation. Some
pundits detect a current cooling
ill enthusiasm within this lobby,
in the wake ol the ongoing
advene repercussions triggered
by the Jerusalem law
JWV Told U.S. Must
Reassess Role
In OPEC-Led UN
NEW ORLEANS. La. (JTA) Citing the
importance of Israel to America's strategic position in
the Middle Kast, Harris Stone, commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, called on the United States to reevaluate
its role in what he termed the Organization of Petroleum
Exporting Countries controlled United Nations.
SPEAKING AT the JWV's 85th annual national
convention here. Stone told the 1.000 people attending
that a strong Israel is essential to America's interests in
the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean, especially in
light ol the growing Soviet menace to both areas.
"Abstentions by the United States on OPEC-
controlled UN votes censuring Israel give comfort to
international terrorists sworn to destroy Israel," Stone
declared.
POINTING OUT that the United Nations, under
Ol EC s blackmail by oil. he urged the United States to
vote against further attempts in the UN to destroy
Israel. J
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jt*nber5,1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 19-A
Announces New Appointments
iulman. president of the
ieration of Palm Beach
iinounced that Bruce J.
Ihas been reappointad
pn of the Community
Council for a third
g, attorney with the law
' Lesser, Leaser and
I is also president of the
3eth David Men's Club,
erved as secretary of the
pn and past chairman of
Ieration bylaws com-
As chairperson of the Com-
munity Relations Council,
Daniels will also serve on the
executive board of the Jewish
Federation.
Commenting on his reap-
pointment, Daniels said, "I hope
to continue promoting mutual
understanding and respect
among all people, both within the
Jewish community and between
the Jewish and general com-
munities."
Elsie Leviton, former chair-
person of the Local Concerns

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^Septembers, 1990
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 21- A
Blum Declares UN Vote Won't Change Reality
^tinued from Page 1-A
to censure Israel for
Basic Law" on Jeru-
m and urged all states
'have embassies in the
iy City to withdraw
his Council can no doubt
D. whatever resolutions it
j for whatever reason it
ose9 Blum said. "The fact
kins' that they cannot and
| not further the cause of
L nor are they calculated to
[her that cause. But whatever
|r purpose, they cannot and
[not alter the fundamental
fcty that united Jerusalem has
L and will remain the capital
Israel."
Secretary of state Ed-
|nd Muskie, who interrupted
7 vacation in Maine to appear
bre the Council to explain the
R. abstention on the anti-
Israel resolution, said the reso-
lution, which waa drawn up by
West European members, "fails
to serve the goal of all faiths
that look to Jerusalem as holy."
Muskie said that the future of
Jerusalem cannot be determined
"by unilateral actions nor by
narrow resolutions in this forum.
Rather, the question of
Jerusalem must be addressed in
the context of negotiations for a
comprehensive, just and lasting
Middle East peace."
He added: "The status of
Jerusalem cannot simply be
declared; it must be agreed to by
the parties. That is a practical
reality. It will remain so despite
this resolution or a hundred
more like it. We have en-
couraged all parties to refrain
from unilateral actions which
seek to change the character or
status of Jerusalem. In line with
this position we will not vote
iPartial Text of UN
Resolution That
apped Knesset Law
JNITED NATIONS (JTA)
[Following is text, in part, of
resolution on Jerusalem
ppted by the Security Council:
rhe Security Council .
fcply concerned over the enact
Int of a "basic law" in the
keli Knesset proclaiming, a
We in the character and
bus of the Holy City of Jeru-
lem. with its implication for
pee and security, noting that
ael has not complied with
rurity Council resolution 476
801 in the event of non-com-
anceby Israel:
1. Censures in the strongest
ns the enactment by Israel of
! "basic law" on Jerusalem and
refusal to comply with
levant Security Council
Solutions;
|2. Affirms that the enactment
1 the basic law" by Israel con-
futes a violation of inter-
[tional law and does not affect
continued application of the
(with Geneva Convention of 12
ugust, 1949 Relative to the
Dtection of Civilian Persons in
ne of War in the Palestinian
bd other Arab territories oc-
ppied since June, 1967, bi-
nding Jerusalem;
|3. Determines that all
Igislative and administrative
Measures and actions taken by
Vrael, the occupying Power,
[hich have altered or purport to
Iter the character and status of
he Holy City of Jerusalem, and,
particular, the recent "basic
iw" on Jerusalem, are null and
|oid and must be rescinded
brthwith;
I 4. Affirms also that this action
pnstitutes a serious obstruction
9 achieving a comprehensive,
list and lasting peace in the
fiddle East;

5. Decides not to recognize the
basic law" and such other
ictions by Israel that, as a result
|l this law, seek to alter the
Iharacter and status of
| itu sa lem and calls upon all
Members of the United Nations:
(a) to accept this decision;
(b) and upon those States that
Mve established diplomatic
Missions in Jerusalem to with-
draw such Missions from the
loly City;
^ 6. Requests the Secretary
general to report to the Security
Council on the implementation of
[his resolution before 16 Novem-
erl980;
7. Decides to remain seized of
[his serious situation.
against the resolution as
presently written."
Muskie'8 unexpected ap-
pearance before the Council sur-
prised the diplomatic community
here. Diplomats and observers
here said they believed the Sec-
retary of State personally made
the trip to New York to cast a
U.S. abstention in order to
assure the American Jewish
community that the Carter Ad-
ministration is even-handed in
its Mideast policy.
THE TOUGH speech, which
sharply rebuked the UN for its
treatment of Israel and declared
the Jerusalem resolution "un-
balanced and flawed," was in
contrast to the U.S. abstention
and the refusal of the U.S. to use
its veto power, as urged by the
Jewish community. The tough
speech was "to balance" the
abstention vote, diplomats said.
In his speech, Muskie strongly
criticized the UN for its pre-
occupation with Israel. He said
that the U.S. could not support
the resolution on Jerusalem
because it omitted any mention
of Resolution 242 and did not
mention at all "violence against
Israel or of efforts that under-
mine Israel's legitimate security
needs.
The resolution, which calls
"upon those states that have
established diplomatic missions
in Jerusalem to withdraw such
missions from the Holy City," is
expected to affect Holland and
11 Latin American countries
which still have their embassies
in Jerusalem.
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"united Jerusalem" as a "Basic
Law." The Council meeting was
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behalf of the Islamic Conference
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PLO Gains During Outgoing Year
in the Arab world .
GuRope's elite move towa6 apaBy
By ROBERT WISTRICH
London Chronicle Syndicate
IN RECENT months a concerted campaign has
been mounted by the PLO to win diplomatic
recognition in Europe. The Brat major success in
this offensive was the royal reception accorded in
Vienna in August, 1979 to the PLO leader, Yasir
Arafat, by the Austrian Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky. The Vienna talks between Dr. Kreisky,
Willy Brandt, chairman of the German Social
Democratic Party and Arafat produced no
immediate practical results,, but they had a
symbolic significance which should not be un-
derrated.
In the presence of two such distinguished
representatives of the Socialist International, the
accent was placed on the PLO's diplomatic
credentials and all talk of armed struggle, of the
Ayotollah Khomeini and an Islamic Holy War to
liberate Palestine was quietly shelved for the
occasion.
UNDER THE cover of the Socialist Inter-
national, the blood-stained terrorism of the PLO
acquired a new halo of cultured respectability.
As subsequent events were to show, the purpose
of Dr. Kreisky's whitewashing operation was to
make his "friend," Arafat, salonfahig in Western
Europe. Seven months later, "neutral" Austria
became the first West European country to
recognize the PLO in defiance of all previous
diplomatic conventions.
It would be easy of course to shrug this off as
an unfortunate byproduct of Dr. Kreisky's long-
standing Arabian Nights fantasia. Austria is,
after all. only an insignificant little Alpine
Republic, incapable of affecting the geopolitical
balance in the Middle East. But such a facile
dismissal would be unjustified at a time when
Israel's "special relationship" with its two most
important allies, the United States and West
Germany, is under a cloud and most West Euro-
pean leaders appear to have forgotten that there
are two parties to the Arab-Israeli conflict.
RECENT TRENDS within the EEC make it
obvious that the Arafat bandwagon is acquiring
an irresistible momentum.
The European Economic Community, meeting
in Venice on June 12-13, resolved that the PLO
should be "associated" with the trilateral talks
on autonomy involving the United States, Israel
and Egypt.
The EEC move in essence dealt a severe blow
to the Camp David peace accords and went even
further to cement the image of Arafat's
"respectability" in the mind of the world. There
is today a virtual consensus in Western Europe
that Palestinian self-determination (the code
word for an independent Palestinian State) is the
key to resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict and to
stabilizing the Middle East as a whole. This con-
sensus has if anything, been strengthened by the
aftermath of the Iranian Revolution and the
Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
These geopolitical setbacks have highlighted
the erosion of American power over the past
decade and the vulnerability of the West to
contingent events in the Persian Gulf. Soviet
encirclement of the Gulf and the Arabian Penin-
sula threatens to cut off the lifeline of the
Western industrial democracies while the new
wave of Islamic radicalism represents a serious
danger to the internal stability of all the Gulf
regimes.
PARADOXICALLY, these events have
strengthened the hand of the PLO, especially in
Western Europe. European leaders have been
especially susceptible to Saudi claims that in-
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Gupope's elite move towap6 Araby
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Foraejn Minister. Mr Leaunan. bb a j
eat w*a nahnaa. ofiad for land's
snxbdra-wai from ail territories
^jr-.x:.T.g Z*sr. Jeroaaseaaf ^c the
asee* of a PLO-toaualad Arab State on the
West Bank of tat J
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Waste at March.
aacioB tow of tbe Middle Ease
Giacard dTscamg made several aagarr pob-
bozed dedarauoBa m favor of PaWsfmnn sesf-
determmatkin The British, the Germans, tbe
Italians and Belgians have been no leas forth-
coming in then- caDa far Israel to accept Pales-
tinian pobucal rights and to acknowledge the
PLO as a necooating partner m the peace
BUck heBRew
Cult Qrows
in Israel
By YORAM KESSEL
London Chronicle Syndicate
The beginning* of the
Black Hebrew cult's
presence in Israel were in
1969. when the emigres
from the United States
were warmly welcomed as
possibly returning Jews
seeking to throw in their
lot with Israel.
The relationship, how-
ever, did not take long to
sour, and there were in-
creasing tensions in the
Negev town, Dimona,
where they had sealed as
the cult's numbers grew
rapidly to 1,500.
Barred from taking a fixed
place in society, they became
ever more strident and hostile to
the State and denounced Israel
through the media abroad. These
tensions have subsided some-
what in the peat year or two
NOW THE special mm natter
appointed by the Interior
Ministry and headed by National
Religious Party MP David Glass
has recommended that the Black
Hebrews be granted full legal
status and be allowed to estab-
lish their own communal settle-
ment in the Negev. south of
Beers beba.
The committee, which spent
almost two years deliberating
the problem, described their
proposals as a "moral, humane
and Jewish solution." While not
the optimal solution, it should be
regarded as "tbe least of all
possible evils." Glass pointed
out that after leaders of the sect
had adopted a stridently hostile
attitude, there were many
people, including the police, who
had felt the best option was to
expel them all from the country.
Those members of the group
who have been in the country for
over two years will be entitled to
receive full citizenship in seven
years' time. Others will be
granted work permits which will
entitle them to citizenship as
well at a later time if they
remain
THEIR SETTLEMENT will
be of the urban rather than
farming type because of the
difficulties" of finding sufficient
THE UNDERLYING
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to
to avoid at any coat
bargo of 1973.
aaay be that the Saudis would _
to the f*ah at insane to dictate their oil policy The
West Germans all require
exports and see in the
i lucrative market for
i and terhnaral know-how.
Beyond this, there are also pohtacal factors
~i have a tis|mlsan desire to mark
. off from Washington and to under
r Pax Ammcvte m the region^ while
_ Moscow The Germans wader Chan-
Schmidt have become the geopolitical
. of Europe, and their growing ties
_j the Soviet bloc the Moslem nations and the
Third World, are iwwHmg them towards a more
activist rose in world affairs-
Lake the British and French, they have been
alarmed at the lack of American leadership and
Washington s uncertain handling of the crises in
Iran and Afghanistan. No longer unconditionally
towards America, they feel strong
to pursue a foreign policy based on then-
own national self interest- Nor are they prepared
for the sake of Israel and fading memories of the
Holocaust to be drawn into a confrontation
posture with the Arab States or the PLO
THIS BACKGROUND helps to explain
Europe's lukewarm response to the .American-
sponsored Peace Treaty between Israel and
Egypt There has been little recognition in
of the positive d
j. the most
pohtacal irhin> hi the Mafia
recent years. The Farniiea have
played down the fact that the treat,
reduced the dangers of a large- scale a4S_
T "J* ocenrrad 1967 ^ 197J Jl
nafc ot a superpower conrromaun mi
laoue They have ignored the import*.
West of the new AnsarkEgypt77
reiatamafaxp which emerged as a direct i
endmg the state of hellsgiituLy betwaml
and Israel; the extent of the Israeli coT
in Sinai and the historic importance of 1
Sadat's recognition of the legitimacy'^
Jewish State. ->~"~j an
Instead, the Europeans have chose j
dramatize the divisive effects of the Camp[
agreements in the Arab world, to irnte,gfld
prospects of the Israeli-Egyptian negotaus
Palestinian autonomy before they have L
been rornpleted. and to accelerate effatH
legitimize the PLO
Tio contrtparti* has however been __
from the PLO. no pressure for it to abaoda]
terrorist activities, its opposition to
242 or its cotnnaatznent to the 1_
National Charter. In other words. Euni
pects Israel to accent the PLO as a nerotati,
partner, even though the principles on shall
based involve an unequivocal negation oil'
~,,**nrt- and h git inmrj of a Jewish State.
THE FOLLY and self-deception of thai
is only equalled by its cynical opportunaal
Yasir Arafat entered East Jerusalem ton
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and his Moscow-trained guerrillas occupied I
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increase. The Palestinian farces, standingi
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mjles of Israel's fertile coastal plain and most
selv populated industrial centers, would
" |v |)e tempted to abandon their dream of
gating the whole of Palestine.
)n the contrary, their ultra-nationalist dreams
i ambitions could only be raised to a fever
h and they would have no further incentive
abandon the sacred objectives of their
itional Covenant. The small size and economic
[.viability of their mini-State would drive
inevitably to lay claim to neighboring
_el and Jordan. The rejectionist Arab States
aid acquire a new and far more favorable
nchingpad for a fifth Arab war to destroy the
ish State, while the Soviet Union would
ain a perfect base from which to destabilize
I entire area.
In a PLO-controlled State, the prospects of
t "moderate" elements winning out in a power
uggle would be extremely remote. Even if, by
ne miracle, this occurred, and the Palestinian
dership abandoned its principles and ideology,
ew guerrilla raids by dissident factions would
Ifice to throw the area into a major war.
jael. deprived of all strategic depth, would be
ttiged to resort to a first strike at the smallest
Evocation. Thus, an independent PLO State
fuld almost inevitably be a formula for per-
tual insecurity, disorder and destabilization
foughout the region, if not a prelude to a third
krld war.
NOR WOULD such a "solution" resolve any
(the West's major preoccupations in the area
fch as the energy shortage, the turmoil in Iran,
i fragility of the oil-rich regimes in the Persian
|lf, or the Soviet presence in Afghanistan,
uth Yemen and the Hom of Africa. Iran and
[q would still be at loggerheads, Syria on the
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The Arab oil producers, having successfully
blackmailed the West, would be encouraged to
try again. They would certainly not sell their oil
to America or Western Europe in larger quan-
tities or at more favorable prices. While the
further shift in the military balance towards the
Soviet Union would drive all the Gulf States
towards accommodation with the Russians or at
the very least, a policy of non-alignment.
In this geopolitical context, Europe's embrace
of the PLO which has thus far brought only
terror, bloodshed, chaos and a hardening of
attitudes to the Middle East, can only be seen as
an extraordinarily self-destructive action.
However much Europe may wish to establish
itself as a distinct entity in world affairs, the fact
is that it has no military force, no political sanc-
tions, no coherent will of its own, enabling it to
offer credible guarantees to the conflicting
PLO Chief Yasir Arafat
parties in the Middle East.
INCAPABLE of effectively resisting the
Soviet Union, let alone the financial extortion of
the OPEC nations, its initiatives have been too
blatantly one-sided and opportunist to encourage
any further concessions from Israel. By cold-
shouldering Egypt and undermining the
possibility of a Jordanian solution to the Pales-
tinian problem, it has merely encouraged the
extremism of the Arab rejectionist Front and
unjustifiably raised the expectations of the PLO.
By its appeasement of the oil-producing
States, it has exposed its own weakness and
flashed a green light to the Soviets to strike at
its soft underbelly in the Persian Gulf. By failing
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I IT'S THE LITTLE things that bother you as
L' ale visitor to Israel. The men who call out
I vou from their perch on the street comer. The
Iman next to you on the bus who tells you
Lr blouse is too low in front. The macho
Bvado of the young soldiers.
I Yet these annoyances seem to pale next to the
Lomplishments of the young state. After all,
Eat can you expect from a country that is
Instantly in a state of siege?
[A lot more, according to the women who
Lrticipated in the First National Conference on
Jomen in Israel at Brooklyn College in Mid-
Ipril.
I AFTER SPENDING two-and-a-half days
eming about the reality of the lives of woman
Israel, the 200 conference participants
kcovered that the tourist-suffered hassles are
Uy the tip of the iceberg.
[Despite the guarantee of Israel's Declaration
I Independence of equal rights irrespective of
Ice, religion, or sex," the promise has not been
K
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omen's Movement in Tel Aviv, "women s
llaries are 41 percent less than those of men.
tss than 10 percent of managerial jobs are in
(h- hands of women ... Only 9 percent of
fnasset members are women. There are no
omen in the government. There are no women
layors."
OUTSIDE OF the workplace, women find that
ley face discrimination in the arena of personal
|w. Women's testimony is not accepted in the
rabbinical courts, which have the sole power over
all matters of marriage and divorce.
Knesset member Shulamit Aloni (Civil
Rights), who participated in the conference all
weekend, claimed that equality between men and
women cannot be achieved until the civil courts
are given jurisdiction over marriage and divorce
as well.
Under the current system, the rabbinical law
of halitza requires childless widows to have
children by their late husband's brother. Only
I their brother-in-law's permission frees them to
marry other men. This law has given rise to
extensive blackmailing of the widows who have
no legal recourse. Either they pay up or are
unable to remarry in the State of Israel.
LESLEY HAZELTON, author of Israeli
Women: The Reality Behind the Myth, also
emphasized the anti-woman implications of the
power of the rabbinate. "If feminism is to be
achieved," she said in her keynote address,
"There must be a separation of synagogue and
state The real issue is the political establish-
ment of Orthodox Judaism."
Another major difference between American
and Israeli feminists is the effect of the constant
strains of war on the male-female relationship.
With the constant fear that their husbands,
sons, and brothers might be killed in battle,
Israeli women become the ultimate caricature of
the Jewish mother." writer Lilly Rivlin said.
Mothers are very lenient with their sons, while
demanding excellence from their daughters,
panelist E. M. Broner, author of A Weave of
Women, added.
Ruth Rasnic. a founder of the first Isr-rfi
shelter for battered women, claimed thnserves
to make Israeli men demanding, dependent,
and lousy husbands. Their wives are also ner
vous wrecks."
THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT in Israel is
growing slowly but steadily. Organizers have
found the party machineries ineffectual **"
established extra-KOvemmental ""t,tu.tlo"
Totally voluntary and strapped for runos,
feminist-sponsored programs include two
shelters for battered wives (an estimated 5U,uw
women are battered in Israel), two centers for aid
to rape victims, and two centers for legal aid,
self-help courses and the distribution books and
literature about women.
Many of the leading women in Israel do not
identify themselves with the women's
movement. "I am a not a feminist, I am a
humanist." Shulamit Aloni declared. Seasoned
American feminists experienced a sense of deja-
vu. Why do women who have managed to make
it to the top of their fields feel so threatened by
the women's movement? .. __,__
The American participants in the conference
rallied behind the struggling Israeli feminist
movement and committed themselves to work
for change. They formed the "Coalition for
Women in Israel." committed to education and
outreach projects within the United States and
to develop a support system for olot hadashot
(new immigrants to Israel) who wish to make
connections with Israeli activists. -
The coalition will be organized through a
network of local Chugei Nashim (Women's
Groups) dedicated to consciousness-raising,
education, lobbying within the Zionist movement
to raise the priority of women's issues, fund-
raising, and activism on behalf of Israeli
women.
NATIONALLY, the organization will publish
a newsletter, bring Israeli feminists to the U.S.
Continued on Page 10-B
Soldiers Killed in Raid
Buried With Honors
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
The three Israeli soldiers
vho were killed during the
Israeli attack on terrorist
jases in south Lebanon
vere buried with full
inilitary honors. Funeral
Services took place at the
Netanya cemetery for
?apt. Meir Knisbah, 23; at
the Kibbutz Kfar Mena-
them cemetery for Sgt.
puy Shalev; and at the Tel
kviv military cemetery for
papt. Yossi Oved, 22.
Members of Oved's family and
friends recalled that the young
tidier, who had lived in Tel
iviv's Ilatikvah quarter, always
Expressed pride in the fact that
he had made it from that slum
list rict to the army where he
pecame an officer in the famed
jolani Brigade.
THE 12 SOLDIERS injured
lin the raid were reported to be
Idoing well and were in contact
Iwith their families. One of those
[injured had been in a rest home
[recuperating from injuries he
[received during the terrorist
[attack on Kibbutz Misgav Am
I earlier this year.
When he heard about the
I Israeli raid he left the camp and
[joined his unit and took part in
I the attack. He was wounded in
I the fighting, but not seriously.
Meanwhile, Israeli army
| planes again pounded terrorist
bases in south Lebanon after
Palestinian terrorists fired a
number of rockets into the
northern Galilee in retaliation for
the Israeli raids, and angry
spokesman announced. There
were no reports of any casualties
or damage.
ISRAELI DEPUTY Defense
[Minister Mordechai Zipori
declared that Israel will continue
its activity against the terrorists
I with all its power, no matter how
>far Israeli soldiers will have to
penetrate into south Lebanon.
"We, and only we, shall decide
the place and the time for any
action we may take," he said.
The action this week achieved
I its objective" to diaruot and
in the world that would have
been able to carry out such a
mission with so few casualties."
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Chief of Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan
said, "I know of no other army
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TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Ecuador has become the
third South American
country to announce it will
move its embassy from
Jerusalem to Tel Aviv in
the wake of the new Israeli
law formally declaring
united Jerusalem as the
capital of Israel. As did
Venezuela and Uruguay in
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earlier, Ecuador insisted
that its friendship for
Israel is unchanged by the
move.
Dr. Wilson Vela Hervas,
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principle of his country's foreign
policy which is not to recognize
the acquisition of territory by
force. He indignantly rejected a
suggestion that the move was
due to Arab pressure. "I have
not heard anything about Arab
threats or pressure on Israel," he
said. "We have only a handful of
citizens of Arab extraction."
BUT THE Israel Foreign
Ministry, in expressing its regret
over the announced move, dis-
agreed. "It's reasonable to
assume that Ecuador did yield to
Arab pressure as there is
nothing in the text of the
Jerusalem bill that changes an
existing situation or warrants
such a move by Ecuador," a
Ministry spokesman said.
He said he hoped that
Ecuador will change its mind
even though Hervas has of-
ficially presented the Ecuadorian
decision to the Foreign Ministry.
In talking to reporters, the
Ecuadoran envoy stressed that'
Tel Aviv is also Israel, and he
would be visiting Jerusalem fre-
quently both in his official
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social contacts.
Meanwhile, announcements
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Chile, Boliva and Colombia.
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it in his trip to the Middle
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[However, events in the
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tr how best their own col-
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krm arrangement. If it
1 be determined that other
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will have been established.
Some among our adversaries
will object, challenging our
motives. But trying to appease
implacable foes who wish us ill
will does not safeguard our true
goals of peace and stability in the
Middle East.
The Middle East is important
to the United States not only for
oil, but because it is made up of
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and are endangered by those
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J.S. Abstention
The Jewish Fioridian of Palm Beach County
IB
Jewish Leaders Tell Disappointment
JjEW YORK (JTA)
Leaders of American
tjsh organizations have
[ressed their disappoint-
it and disillusionment
path of appeasing the Arab
states and the terrorist PLO.
"Secretary Muskie's ex-
planation' of our country's vote
should have led to only one
action: veto. By abstaining, the
h the United States for Carter Administration has re-
taining rather than confirmed its fear of offending
jing the United Nations
Jurity Council resolution
(Jerusalem.
noted that while the
short of
[>me
klution stopped
Bng for an economic boycott
Israel, it was the first to em-
jy some form of punishment
Enst Israel by calling on
tons with embassies in Jeru-
km to remove them. Other
tish leaders said that the
Itention was an act of cowar-
and spotlighted the dif-
Ince between the U.S. govern-
ors words and deeds.
IOWARD SQUADRON,
lirman of the Conference of
sidents of Major American
tish Organizations, said, "Our
appointment at the latest
erican action is profound."
ling that Secretary of State
nund Muskie described the
olution as "unbalanced,"
^realistic," "fundamentally
ved" and "disruptive,"
liadron said that by his own
Itement the U.S. should have
ed the resolution.
"Instead, he abstained, citing
i unhappiness with the recent
an of the Israeli Knesset re-
lrming the status of
jsalem as a united city and
capital of Israel. In other
is. our country's UN absten-
was a form of punishment
cted against Israel," Squad-
said. He added that the
olution "is itself a form of
Iction and lays the ground-
rk for additional sanctions."
laxwell Greenberg, chairman
[the Anti-Defamation League
|B nai B'rith. called the U.S.
stention "immoral and
^nterproductive to the cause
peace." He said that "We are
iatly disappointed and dis-
Isioned by the United States'
jiunuing refusal to react firmly
linst Arab and Soviet con-
[ance in the United Nations."
I a withering blast at the U.S.
abstaining, Greenberg
blared:
[SECRETARY of State Mus-
i's comments before the UN
the spotlight on the def-
ences between our govern-
\m's words and its actions.
abstention can only be
bcribed as an act devoid of
prage. leadership, loyalty to an
and unwise because of its
rosive effect on the Camp
Jvid process."
Charlotte Jacobson, chairman
| the World Zionist Organiza-
- American Section, said it
Is "inconceivable that the
kited States government, while
|holding and supporting Israel,
acted in the opposite
ction in this case." She
ded: "Consistency with the
government's position and
bmise to Israel would have
[finitely called for a veto of this
trageous Security Council
tabbi Joseph Sternatein,
psident of the American
pnist Federation, termed the
Solution "a disgrace. We con-
pin not only the resolution,
bich makes a mockery of the
Iddle East peace initiatives,
|t also our government's role in
i vote. Yesterday's action was
more distressing in light of
etary Muskie's full recog-
on of the 'unbalanced and
stic' nature of the
?olution."
[RABBI Alexander Schindler,
sident of the Union of Amer-
Hebrew Congregations;
id: "Once again the Carter
^ministration has followed the
the very states that have
damned the Camp David
process. If Jimmy Carter still
believes peace can come to the
Middle East by placating
nations that refuse to accept
Israel's very existence, he has
learned nothing about the Arab
world or about the process of
making peace.''
Jack Spitzer, president of
B'nai B'rith, denounced the
resolution and said the UN "is
again ripping into the fabric of
established Middle East dip-
lomacy." He declared that
"every other country in the
world, including every member
of the UN, decides for itself
where its capital shall be. All
other nations respect that
decision. The UN should not be
telling Israel where to place its
capital." He asserted that the
resolution "would not only
undermine the Camp David
accords, which have purposely
deferred the issue of Jerusalem,
but undermine Resolution 242 by
prejudging the status of
Jerusalem."
MAYNARD WISHNER,
president of the American
Jewish Committee, said that
Muskie's statement on the
resolution "was a forthright con-
demnation of the long series of
biased United Nations reso-
lutions on the Middle East. The
statement made clear that this
resolution added to the
destructive actions taken by the
United Nations in connection
with the search for a just and
lasting peace in the Middle East.
In light of these sentiments it is
distressing that the United
States again decided to abstain
rather than to cast a veto in the
Security Council."
Laurence Tisch, president of
the Jewish Community Relations
Council of New York, said on
behalf of the JCRC's 29-member
agencies that the New York
Jewish community "is deeply
upset by the U.S. abstention,
particularly when we find out
that, in this instance, there was
no 'communication problem'
within the Administration. In
fact, we have been informed that
the decision to abstain was made
at what was termed 'the very
highest levels'; this has en-
gendered dismay, anguish and a
guardian of world morality
refuses to block one-sided and
unbalanced resolutions."
ROSELLE SILBERSTEIN,
president of American Mizrachi
Women, expresed "extreme dis-
appointment" with the U.S.
abstention, adding: "Israel has
always been a faithful friend and
ally of the United States and a
firm outpost of democracy in a
region rife with fanaticism and
hatred. One would expect
American support and, certainly,
a measure of understanding for
the centrality of Jerusalem in the
hearts and minds of the Jewish
people."
Julius Herman, president of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, in a
telegram to Carter, stated: "The
fact that your Administration
has failed to veto yet another in
a series of virulently anti-Israel
resolutions in the Security
Council serves only to encourage
even more such diatribe in that
body, and throws into question
the depth of your Adminis-
tration's support of Israel and
her security." He added that "it
is most disturbing that the
deep consternation in our com-
munity."
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sts decorated with a Jewish star, which
jietimes worn over traditional Japanese
[he Makuya take to the streets.
goal is to turn places like Rehov Ben
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MIIHe, Al,
\id, Maria, Wendy, Bob, Josh & Adam
Wishing All Our Friends
i Healthy, Happy & Prosperous New Year
and Mrs. Michael Small
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singing pedestrians, and they are highly suc-
cessful. They brighten up parades like the
Sukkot March to Jerusalem, injecting some
welcome good feelings into the pressurized
Israeli daily existence.
BUT THE MAKUYA are more than just "do-
gooders" for Israel. Their ties to the country and
its people are interwoven with their central
beliefs as handed down by their leader, the late
Prof. Abraham I. Teshima.
Prof. Teshima, the Makuya believe, had a
spiritual encounter with the Divine Presence, or
Shehina, on Mount Aso, a Japanese peak which
clearly parallels Mount Sinai. "It is the presence
of this One God the God of Abraham, of Isaac
and of Jacob that the Makuya group en-
deavor to experience" in their daily lives, ac-
cording to their spokespersons.
They emphasize the concept of Hitlahavut
(excitement), a type of joyous religious frenzy
familiar. to Hassidim. The Makuya further
emphasize that through the deeper knowledge of
Judaism, they can better comprehend Biblical
messages. The Makuya stress that they are
Gentiles, for all the parallels their rites may have
to Judaism. They (as well as many other
foundamentalist Christian groups) believe the
State of Israel to be the fulfillment of the
prophecies of Jesus.
FOLLOWING HIS his spiritual encounter in
Continued on Paae 14-B
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and Family
A Healthy and Happy New Year
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and Children
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1948. Prof Tashima began etudyiag
aws. Hebrew, and other Jewish u
passant; his .....assfr to others. The
matt of the State of Israel was tbe fntfihnant of
Ehvme wiH be taught, and it waa tbe Makuya s
task to bow that there a people who rejoins
in tbe list oration of Jerusalem and who care lor
the atfan of future laracL" As Mr Kiichiro.
one of tbe leaden of this year s pilgrimage, told
na through an interpreter, tbe State of Israel ia
one at tbe great ear nuradaa of tbe century.
and tbe beats for many Makuya bebefa.
of those beliefs come from literal kv
of tbe Bible The word. Ma**ya,
Tabernacle, and tbe sect s rebgioos centers
. Tabernaclea that serve as meeting places
where prayer, singing, and often scats tic group
Happy New Year from
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Tamara and Seth Virshup
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brown
and Family
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Mr. & Mrs. Philip Weinstein
& Family
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Jeffrey, Phyllis and Scott
Penner
A Happy & Healthy New Year
Holiday Greetings from
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Ceil and Bob Levy
Jay, Sander & Mitchell
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David & Shelly
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leaders at such a meeting
THE PBOPHETS_pUy an important part m
the Makuya faith ThT followers of TeshimaIB
doorm. go through -hat they call ^gj-j
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or passing over hot coals barefoot This is m
keeping with their literal interpretation of
Isaiah, verse 43:2. -When you pass through the
waters I will be with you and through the nvers
thev shall not overwhelm you: When you walk
through fire you shall not be burned, and the
flame shall not consume you.
In Japan, the Makuya have their own version
of a Lubavitch Miuva-Mobile They call thor
vehide a 'publie-addressing csx.'_which an-
nounces to Ginza strollers that The God of
Israel lives, and His Divine history is at work.
One can find elements of Zen in the religion as
Barbara and Nate Tanen
and Family
A Happy & Healthy New Year
Lee, Candice, Adam &
Rachel Fischer
A Happy & Healthy New Year
Betty, Thomas and
David Lee Ross
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Healthy. Happy and Good Year
Anna and Alec Jacobson
L'Shona Tova Tikotevu
Happy & Healthy New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Arnold I. Chane
Laurie, Sarah and Jonathan
Best Wishes for a Healthy and Happy New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Paston
Shona and Karli
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Harriet & Sy Fine
Best Wishes for a Healthy. Happy and
Good Year
(metiaas-.
The Bachrach Family
A Joyous and Fruitful New Year
SWui/i/utod'and' SPtaci
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Our Best Wishes
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Happy and Good Year
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faces of the members when the. ,T?"
We*ern Wall Ous year. ThmjL'Sy
upon the stones, they beat th i^N
wailed loudly with awSorne saSy ^<
BUT WHAT the Makuya have done*.
cannot be measured simply by their mlZ:
to Israel and their attempts to cheer VS"
annual visits. In 1967. for example a m2
the sect who had volunteered for dutv*?
Day War waa wounded while Mvii!"
life. During that conflict. Teshinits*?j
Israel Emergency Relief Committeedj^
flying supplies to Israel. Teshima hinueM?
the Wailing Wall as early as June 11. 19J,
KttSjj
Embarrassed and upset bv the
fellow Japanese nationals in the Red
attack on Lad Airport several y^
A Happy A Healthy New Year fan
Mr. &Mrs. Maurice Harm\
& Family
Anne and Mel Tanen
Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy
New Year
Joe and Rae Lesser
and Family
Happy Neu Year
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Newmaik
Karen. Heidi and Stuart
Wish AD Their Friends and Family
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Dr. & Mrs. Hyman Roberts!
and Family
Best Wishes
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Dr. & Mrs. Thomas DavM
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New Year
Richard, Esther
Sosha & Max
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David and Rebecca
Best Wiahea for a Healthy and Happy
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I, September 5,1980
L> and the Makuya donated an ambulance
,el in response to the raid, and offered
of support ae "reparations" for the
[sect's activities during the 1*78 war were
Lore remarkable. Japan had aligned itself
fee Arabs against Israel, favoring the oil-
% countries. Despite his ill health. Prof.
* organized a march in the streets of
). Three thousand members of his sect
I him on a cold December day, but the
proved too much for Teshima, and three
later, he died at age 63. His last words,
,edly, were Hallelujah.
E MAKUYA continued to back Israel
billy, sending a letter of protest to the UN
Eg that body's infamous "Zionism equals
V' decision in 1975. Some 37,000
jres were collected for the letter by
]r. and Mrs. Bruce Daniels
and Family
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Makuya members.
The most striking thing to Israelis, however,
is the Makuya's rapid adaptation of Israeli and
Jewish culture. The pilgrims could teach many
Zionist youth groups a thing or two about group
singing, and their several score representatives
and members in Israel are often greeted with
grins of delight by startled merchants amazed at
their grasp of Hebrew.
At present, Yossi Shinomiya, a student at
Hebrew University, told a reporter, there are
some 12 students living in Israel, with other
Makuya members studying at an Ulpan at
Kibbutz Heftsiba, the sect's adopted settlement
in Israel.
Apparently the Makuya in Israel are having
the same problems as native Israelis. "Too
much inflation" was how Shinomiya summed up
his first impression of the country.
THE GROUP has no special ties with the
3,000 Jewish living in Japan, according to
Kiichiro. Visiting Israelis are treated royally by
the Makuya and by Beit Shalom, another
Japanese Christian Zionist group which ap-
parently is frowned upon by the Makuya.
Kiichiro stressed the mixed social level of the
pilgrimage members, and indeed they were
attired in costumes ranging from stylish
business suits to simple peasant dress.
But rich or poor, the Makuya pilgrims are
united on one principle. "I am in Israel to praise
God and I can be here," as one of them said.
With that he grabbed his blue vest decorated
with the Magen David and headed for the street
to "cheer the Israeli people and pray for the
peace of Jerusalem."
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?**
anese iChRistians make devoted Zionist Qroup
By ARYEH COHEN
long way fro"1 Td Aviv to Tokyo,
jsalem to Japan, but the Makuya, a
Christian Zionist group which believes
be the realization of the words of the
V is trying to bring the people of the Red
er to the people of the Msiren David.
i song and good-will, the Makuya, who
e 60,000 members worldwide with
as far flung aa Scandinavia and
have been visiting Israel on annual
res for some two decades. Clothed in
._ decorated with a Jewish star, which
Betimes worn over traditional Japanese
lie Makuya take to the streets.
goal is to turn places like Rehov Ben
Yehuda in downtown Jerusalem into seas of
singing pedestrians, and they are highly suc-
cessful. They brighten up parades like the
Sukkot March to Jerusalem, injecting some
welcome good feelings into the pressurized
Israeli daily existence.
BUT THE MAKUYA are more than just "do-
gooders" lor Israel. Their ties to the country and
its people are interwoven with their central
beliefs as handed down by their leader, the late
Prof. Abraham I. Teshima.
Prof. Teshima, the Makuya believe, had a
spiritual encounter with the Divine Presence, or
Shehina, on Mount Aso, a Japanese peak which
clearly parallels Mount Sinai. "It is the presence
of this One God the God of Abraham, of Isaac
and of Jacob that the Makuya group en-
deavor to experience" in their daily lives, ac-
cording to their spokespersons.
They emphasize the concept of Hitlahavut
(excitement), a type of joyous religious frenzy
familiar, to Hassidim. The Makuya further
emphasize that through the deeper knowledge of
Judaism, they can better comprehend Biblical
messages. The Makuya stress that they are
Gentiles, for all the parallels their rites may have
to Judaism. They (as well as many other
ioundamentalist Christian groups) believe the
State of Israel to be the fulfillment of the
prophecies of Jesus.
FOLLOWING HIS his spiritual encounter in
Continued on Paae 14-B
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\id, Maria, Wendy, Bob, Josh & Adam
Wishing All Our Friends
i Healthy, Happy & Prosperous New Year
and Mrs. Michael Small
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es Everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year
& Mrs. Jeffrey B. Faivus
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Wish Their Family & Friends
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