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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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pJewisfr Fllofldlian
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Polm Booch County
Palm Beach Florida Friday, October 17, I960
ft fnaShochtt
Price 35 Cents
cond Jewish Women's Assembly to Convene Oct. 27
m as American Jewish
, of Palm Beach County,
the moral imperative to
and maintain a strong
,community, committed to
ng a quality life for Jews
I throughout the world."
[this goal in mind, the
L) Jewish Women's
Ubly will convene on Oct. 27
^Breakers. Palm Beach,
[9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m., under
onsorship of the Women'a
iof the Jewish Federation
i Beach County,
[omen from all areas of the
[h community of Palm
i County will come together
! purpose of discussing and
; with the major concerns
our world-wide Jewish
Eunity today,'* stated Beth
In, Women's Division
ktion vice president,
i program is titled "1980's:
cade of Concern: Jews in
\: and will be highlighted by
of workshops and lee-
\ featuring Dr. Ruth Gruber,
Brrespondent and author
ula, winner of the
Jewish Book Award;
David Saper stein,
bate director, .Commission
[Social Action, Union of
lerican Hebrew
(rations; Elaine Dubow,
rty of Israeli Foreign
try. department of In-
ttion and Phyllis Kaminsky,
rial public relations and
consultant. Both Dubow
ainsky are co-founders of
Jerusalem Women's Seminar.
rial guest speaker, who
cipated in the Jerusalem
Seminar, will also
I the assembly.
^jOTAENS/^.
as American Jewish
rs of Palm Beach
ntrtty, affirm the mbral
operative to build and
maintain a strong Jewish
imunity, committed to
toting a quality life
'Jews here and through-
trld'
and make the program an un-
forgetable experience."
Space is limited and reser-
vations are being taken through
Oct. 20. The registration fee
includes a luncheon. (Dietary
laws will be observed). See
registration form on page 6. For
further information, contact the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County.
The co-chairmen of the Jewish
Women's Assembly are Renee
Bassuk and Adele Simon. Other
members of the committee in-
clude: Sheryl Davidoff, Sondra
Elliot, Ruthe Eppler, Carole
Hujsa, Fran Gordon, Carole
Koeppel, Paulette Koch, Staci
Lesser, Jeanne Levy, Sylvia
Lewis, Cynnie List, Shelly
Robinson, Marjorie Schimelman,
Barbara Shulman and Barbara
Wunsh.
Pictured at the second presidents' coffee in preparation for the
Jewish Women's Assembly, sponsored by the Women s
Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, to be
held at The Breakers, Palm Beach, on Oct. 27, are (left to right)
Adele Simon, co-chairman of the Jewish Women s Assembly;
Renee Bassuk, co-chairman of the Jewish Women's Assembly;
Beth Siskin, Women's Division education vice president; Anne
S. Faivus, Women's Division president; Sylvia Lewish, presi-
dential liaison, and Barbara Shulman, past Women's Division
president.
PROGRAM
remarks by
will open
Alan L.
man, president of the Jewish
ration of Palm Beach
and Anne S. Faivus,
i's Division president.
"Last year the day was sold
out with over 500 women in
attendance," stated Adele
Simon, co-chairman of the Jewish
Women's Assembly committee.
"To date, with the cooperation of
all Jewish women's organizations
in the community, the response
has been overwhelming. It is the
goal of the Women's Division to
create an atmosphere whereby
women from all over our com-
munity will come together to
educate themselves, for only
through education can we ef-
fectively tackle the problems in
the world today."
"This year the women who
attend the assembly will have a
special treat," stated Renee
Bassuk, co-chairman of the
Jewish Women's Assembly
committee. "We have scheduled
a well-known national television
personality as a surprise guest
speaker for the program. We
know that this will bring an
added dimension to the assembly
Myron J. Nickman Appointed
Campaign Chairman
Ruthe Eppler Heads
omen's Division Campaign
Alan L. Shulman, president of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, announced that
Myron J. Nickman has been
appointed chairman of the 1980-
81 Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal campaign.
"The human needs in Israel,
elsewhere overseas and here in
our own community represent a
vast challenge and opportunity,"
stated Shulman. "The challenge
in meeting these needs provides
us with the opportunity to make
a decisive difference in the
quality of Jewish life. Nickman is
a dedicated Jew who understands
this commitment, and he will be
calling on the leadership and
members of our Jewish com-
munity to accept their fullest
responsibility."
In accepting this position
Nickman stated, "We who are
involved in this work are truly
the chosen people. Not that we
are better than others, but simply
because we choose to be involved.
Myron Nickman
This is not a job, but a labor of
love. We are engaged in a
struggle, not only to raise dollars,
but also to raise the world's
consciousness. The campaign
must become a vehicle to
transform our vision into action.
I am pleased and honored to
accept this position simply
because I am a Jew, and I
consider myself responsible for
every other Jew."
In addition to this new
leadership position, Nickman
serves on the board of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County and is co-chairman of the
Federation's Endowment Fund
committee. A native of
Cleveland, Ohio, Nickman served
16 years on the campaign cabinet
of the Cleveland Jewish
Federation and was campaign
chairman for the Mercantile
Division. He is a graduate of the
Cleveland Federation's
Leadership Training Program.
He also served as president of
Young Peoples Congregation,
Temple on the Heights,
Cleveland, and was a member of
the board for eight years.
Nickman resides in West Palm
Beach with his wife, Eilleen.
S. Faivus, president of
Women's Division of the
" i Federation of Palm Beach
m, announced that Ruthe
|kt has accepted the chair-
lhip of the Women'a
|on campaign for 1981.
) accepting the chairmanship,
* Eppler stated, "My in-
Wion comes from our slogan
> Are One.' I have been in-
in seeing firsthand the
and service* provided
fW our campaign efforts
?"nationally, around the
f*y and here in Pahn Beech
My- Our local community is
Rly becoming a significant
i of Jewish life, and our
Iw"8 constantly expanding.
I "omen's Division Campaign
'Tman I hope to involve
*r numbers of women in our
' m building our campaign.
[The Women's Division
PP"n represents over 20
P"" of the overall campaign.
' >ust maintain and build on
fen**96 of support. The
P*s Division, to many,
^"ts the ideals of Jewish
n which tell us that each
1 must accept his or her
snare of our collective
,responsibility. Seeing our
"*we community being
P" J>> peril reaffirms our need
aji^nevertoreepoiid with
PR Award Winners Named
In 1980 CJF Competition
Ruth Eppler .
affirmative action."
Mrs. Eppler previously aery**}
as Women's Division Campaign
co-chairman of the 3,500 and
$1 000 local United Jewish
Appeal-Federation luncheons.
She participated in the Inter-
national Women's Division
Mission to Poland and Israel in
1979 and previously was activei in
the Women's Division of tne
Cleveland Jewish Federation,
where she formerly resided.
The public relations program
of the Jewish Federation of Pahn
Beach County captured an award
in the intermediate city category
of the 1980 public relations
competition, conducted annually
by the Council of Jewish
Federations.
This is the second public
relations award received by the
Palm Beach County Federation.
The first award was received in
1977 for the Burdines event,"
The Miracle That Is You." This
year the award was given for a
photo display which was used in
a Federation campaign sup-
plement in The Jewish Floridian.
Announcement of the awards
was made by Nat Kameny,
chairman of the CJF public
relations awards committee.
Participating on the panel of
judges for this year's competition
were Don Bates of New York,
president. Don Bates Com-
munications; Howard Levine,
lirector of public affairs, New
fork University snd former
director of public relations,
United Jewish Appeal; David
Amdur, public relations director,
Associated Jewish Charities,
Baltimore, and Michael Ostroff,
public relations coordinator,
Jewish Federation of Central
New Jersey.
Formal presentation of the
awards will take place at the CJF
General Assembly in Detroit,
Nov. 12-16. Barbara Tanen and
Staci Lesser are co-chairmen of
the public relations committee,
and Ronni Tartakow is public
relations director.
Save the Date
Mideast Conference
November 17 at 7:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth El
Main Speaker: Rabbi Israel Miller,
one of the nation's outstanding
Jewish communal leaders.
Sponsored by: Israel Mideast Task Force of
the Community Relations
Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County in cooperation with
Temple Beth El.



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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fri*y.Octobn'l
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HADASSAH
Lm Vaasil Group of Hadassah
will have a monthly meeting at
the Country Squire Inn on Lake
Worth Road, Oct. 28 at 12:30
p.m.
Alice Friedman, vice president
of education of the Lake Worth
South Palm Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, will address the
group. Everybody is invited.
Refreshments will be served.
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadassah thanks Mae
Podwol, a member of the Shalom
Presidium, for her report at the
September meeting on the
Hadassah National Convention
held in August. Thanks also to
Lillian Percy, historian, for her
portion of the report dealing with
Zionism.
Coming events include: rum-
mage sale, Oct. 7, 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., at Miller's Super-Value lot,
Southern Blvd. Lillian Schack
and Bertha Rubin are in charge.
Exciting mystery trip, Nov. 2,
will leave West Gate, Century
Village, at 4:30 p.m. For reser-
vations, call Frances Nudeunan,
Lillian Schack or Mae Podwol.
Chapter flea market and white
elephant sale will be held on Nov.
5, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at West
Palm Beach Auditorium. For
information and donation of mer-
chandise, phone Goody Levin,
chapter chairman, or Bertha
Rubin, Shalom co-chairman.
Fun Day at Calder Race Track
will be held Nov. 6. Jean Peck-
man and Belle Kreit are taking
reservations.
Fifth Annual Youth Aliyah
Chai luncheon will be held Nov.
12 at Round Table. Guest
speaker is Mrs. Charles J.
Weiner, national associate of
Hadassah. A fashion show will be
done by Lisa. For reservations,
phone Florence Shapiro and
Martha Starr.
Chapter Matinee Theater party
will be held Dec. 10 at Royal
Palm Theatre. Shalom chairman,
IdaGoetz.
A general meeting of the Hen-
rietta Ssold group of Hadassah
will be held on Oct. 21 at 1 p.m in
the Lakeside Village Auditorium.
The program will be "Education
and American Affairs." Chair-
persons for the program are
Minette Gross and Alice
Freedman.
The Henrietta Ssold group of
Hadassah will have a luncheon
and card party on Oct. 30 at noon
at the Sweden House. Proceeds
to benefit Hadassah Supplies
HIES. Chairpersons are Ray
Weiaman and Belle Greenstein.
The Nenrietta Szold group of
Hadassah has planned a seven-
day Royal Caribbean Cruise on
Dec. 6. For reservations, call
Goldye Wolff.
Golda Melr-Boynton Beach
chapter of Hadassah will hold a
regular meeting on Oct. 23 at
12:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom.
On Nov. 9: "Go Show-
boating," a complete sit-down
lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.
at Hidden Harbor Restaurant in
Pompano, and a cruise with
entertainment from 1:30 to 4:30
p.m. will be offered. Call Edith
Fruchs or Frances Lempert for
information.
On Dec 10 a dinner theater
party at Burt Reynolds Theater
in Jupiter, at noon, will be held.
The show is "West Side Story."
Call Martha Saper for in-
formation.
The West Palm Beach chapter
of Hadassah, which consists of
the three groups: Shalom, Tikva
and Yovel, is sponsoring an
annual flea market on Nov. 5 at
the West Palm Beach
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and crocheted items, yard goods,
new clothing and plants will be
available. The lunch room will be
open. Money raised on this
project will go to the Hadassah
Medical Organisation for
research For further infor-
mation, call Goodie Levin,
chairperson.
Z'Havah Hadassah invites
members and non-members for
an "Evening at Muskana," Oct.
19.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
The Palm Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
open the 1980-1981 season with
two special events.
The first meeting of the
chapter will be held at 1 p.m.,
Oct. 20, at the Community
Center, West Palm Beach. Two
representatives from the Geor-
gette Klinger Salon of Worth
Avenue, John De Medeiros and
Dolores Schechter, will present a
demonstration on skin care and
make-up. There will be a question
and answer period and samples
will be distributed. All members
and friends are invited to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
On Oct. 23, the chapter will
sponsor a "Day at the Calder
Races." The contribution will
include bus transportation.
cocktails en route, lunch in the
clubhouse, a program and a
reserved seat. For reservations,
contact Norma Stein.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women of
Boynton Beach are having a mini
lunch and card party at Temple
Beth Sholom. Lake Worth, Nov.
3 at noon, sponsored by "River-
side," West Palm Beach. For
tickets, contact your building
captain. Chairpersons are
Mildred Perry and Miriam
Pear lm an
The next general meeting of
B'nai B'rith Women, Masada
chapter, will be held Oct. 28 at 8
p.m. at the Jewish Community
Center.
The guest speaker will be Ms.
Anne Davis, vice president of the
League of Women Voters, whose
subject will be "the issues facing
the voters in the November
election." ,
Members and their friends and
neighbors are invited to attend
this meeting and to participate in
the discussion. Refreshments will
be served.
B'nai B'rith Women. Menorah
Chapter, plans a two-day trip to
Disney World on Nov. 12-13,
which will include a dinner
I theater performance at "Once
lUpon a Stage" of "Cabaret." A
IJai-Alai trip is also being
|arranged on Nov. 27 at the Jai
[Alai Palm Beach Fronton, which
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17,1960
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page-3
^^m#W^ Flagler National and Jewish Federation
W f3TW 0 Filler National Bank opened National Bank is providing ^X^moved llfttJ^S
Continued from Pl 2
include a Thanksgiving
-er For reservations, contact.
C Rubin.
ErANDEIS UNIVERSITY
P*^ WOMEN
Li meeting of the Lake
bcSTterliUbeheldOct
12% a.m. at Poinaana Club-
11 Coffee and cake will be
| Meet the study group
, and register for courses.
r 2, 10 a.m. to noon at
fca Clubhouse: Bagel
and cake brunch will be
Dr. Irving Rikon will
_ on "Who will elect our
indent?"
1^ i7t io a.m. at the
Lains Clubhouse, coffee and
t will be served at a charter
Uib ceremony. (All members
S7p by Oct. 14 may sign
__a and have their names
bribed in a book in the
mdeis Library.) Open to paid-
J members only.
On Jan. 7, a luncheon and
Inual University on Wheels
WKram will be held at Palm
each Ocean Hotel. For further
formation, contact Membership
tgirman Ann Sherman.
The Palm Beach West Chapter
I Brandeis University National
Women's committee will meet at
I p.m., Oct. 29, at Congregation
luishei Sholom, Century Village.
All members are urged to
It tend and bring their friends.
UNITED ORDER
TRUE SISTERS
United Order True Sisters of
Palm Beach County 61 will hold
their next meeting at 1 p.m. at
the Century Holiday Inn on Nov.
10. All members are invited to
come for coffee at 12:30 p.m.
Remember the Thanksgiving
weekend at the Carillon Hotel.
PIONEER WOMEN
Theodore Herzl Club of Pioneer
Women will have a paid-up
membership luncheon Oct. 31 at
1 p.m. at the Lake Worth shuffle-
board courts.
A musical program will be pro-
vided by Hy Farber, accor-
dionist, and Mollie Shay, pianist.
LABOR ZIONIST
ALLIANCE
The Labor Zionist Alliance,
Poale Zion, will hold the first
meeting of the new year on Oct.
27 at 1 pjn. in the Congregation
Anshei Shalom.
Jesse Fuchs, longtime Zionist
and civic leader in Palm Beach
County, will speak on "Inside
Israel Today."
A musical program will be pre-
sented by the Mac Bell Mandolin
Ensemble, under the direction of
Morris Bell. Admission is free.
Members and the public are
invited.

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Flagler National Bank opened
its main office Dec. 16, 1974, in
Flagler Center at 501 S. Flager
Drive. The Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County moved their
offices into the Flagler Center in
January 1979.
Flagler National Bank is a
locally owned and operated
community bank. It is one of the
few independent banks left in
Palm Beach County, and ac-
cording to Thomas Hayes,
assistant vice president and
director of marketing, is the
fastest growing bank in Palm
Beach County.
According to Thomas E.
Ross in, president, "Flagler
National Bank has a respon-
sibility to the community, is
involved in community needs,
and all aspects of community
life."
William C. Clark, chairman of
the board, stated, "Flager
National Bank is providing a
tremendous service to the Palm
Beach County community in the
day of large holding company
banks and a growing economy.
Flager National Bank has proved
that it can serve the needs of the
local community."
The Marketing Assistant,
Patricia Planchard, has per-
sonally-witnessed the growth of
Flagler National Bank. She
recalled the growth from a small
trailer to four locations
throughout Palm Beach County.
The newest Banking Center is
located at the intersection of
Okeechobee and Palm Beach
Lakes Boulevard opened in
March 1960. Patty said, "This
new Center will provide ad-
ditional service to a growing
community."
It will be two years this
January that the Jewish
Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics. Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County 832-2120
Federation of Palm Beach
County moved its offices. The
association with Flagler National
Bank has been helpful and
cooperative in carrying out
Federation's business."
Schimelman further explained,
"Location in Flagler Center has
proved to be a good location and
accessible to the hundreds of
volunteers that aid in carrying
out The Jewish Federation's
responsibility in the com-
munity." Schimelman added that
there has been excellent
cooperation with Flagler
National Bank.
Thomas Rossin feels that
Flager National and the Jewish
Federation serve the needs of the
community. He stated, "I'd like
to express my appreciation for
the opportunity to be of service
to the Federation and believe it
has developed into a very fine
relationship which has been
beneficial to both The Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County and Flagler National
Bank."
C006LER
FOR
CONGRESS
laskthequeslkMLWhoistheaixhiteclcrf
thepeacetrealybeliveenEg^aiid
Israel?And the answer is,theftesttfent
of the United Slates, Mr. Jimmy Carter
-Prime Minister Menachem Begn
Some people have forgotten.
They've forgotten about Jimmv Carter's aid to thj
bold initiative-the Camp David Accords, elderly.
Thev've forgotten about the im- panies to
V1 v v>
They've forgotten
portance of human rights. And the
300% increase in emigration by boviet
Jews under this Administration.
They've forgotten about the
President's Holocaust Commission.
And his courageous fight against the
Arab boycott of firms that trade
with Israel.
And they've forgotten what Re-
publican Ronald Reagan and his right
wing friends have in mind. Rolling
back 40 years of Democratic progress
for social justice, civi11liberties/.anri
racial and religious tolerance. Cutting
aid to the needy and help for the
Unleashing" the oil corn-
to solve our energy problems.
Jimmy Carter and waiter Mondale
stand proudly in the Democratic tradi-
tion of Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy
and Johnson.
TTiey are committed to Israel's
survival. To human rights around the
world and to fairness and tolerance
here at home.
That's the record and the commit-
ment the Reagan and Anderson
Republicans want us to reject
Don't let the right wingers win this
one. Let's re-elect President Carter
and Vice President Mondale.
M Re-Elect Preadent Carter
andVicePreridenftNoodak.
The Democrats.
Piid i, ,r hv th. > bonCarm.....
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The Jewish Floridian nfPntmBeach County
rrida
'>' October
France as Poseur
For the first time in a long time, the very labnc,
of French civilization is under scrutiny because it ia
being torn apart by the forces of neo-Nazi terrorism
against the Jewish community.
At issue is not so much that the terrorism is
occurring as that the French establishment is so
passive in response to it. Indeed, there are charges
that neo-Nazi elements exist within the official in-
stitutions of the state, and that these elements are
the very source of what seems to be the indifferent
manner in which the establishment is moving to'meet
the challenge to France as a democratic society.
For a country that purports to judge the rest of
the world by its sometimes astigmatic view of its
own civilizational achievements, and that never
wearies of waving the flag of liberte, egalite,
fraternite, the history of bigotry in France in general,
and anti-Semitism in particular, is frightening.
The current wave of anti-Semitic outrages
recalls the Dreyfuss affair and the fight of Emile Zola
to force the French to examine themselves
realistically.
Then there was the more than enthusiastic level
of collaboration between French police and the Nazis
against the Jewish community during World War II.
At one point, in 1942, French police happily rounded
up thousands of Jewish children in Paris to be
snipped off to concentration camps an act neither
requested by nor supported by official Nazi orders.
There is no doubt that the current wave of out-
rages is the result of the French government's
similarly enthusiastic anti-Israel policy formulated
since the days of le grand Charles.
If France indeed expects the world to continue
accepting the abstract notion of the grandiose
quality of French kultur on its face, then it must
institute an immediate about-face in its official at-
titudes.
Evangelicals and Jews
Many Jews are perplexed over how to consider
Evangelical Christians, "particularly those who are
now so vocal on right-wing issues. Their call for a
"Christian America" threatens the Constitutional
guarantee of separation of church and state a
necessity for a pluralistic democratic society which
has permitted the American Jewish community to
flourish. Yet their position on "moral" issues such as
abortion, homosexuality and the Equal Rights
Amendment, while opposed by the majority of the
Jewish community, are not so different from that
espoused by Orthodox Jews.
At the same time, the Evangelicals are the very
Christians who support the drive to convert Jews to
Christianity. Orthodox Jews and Jews living in small
towns are the ones most upset by these activities.
But we have still another anomaly. Evangelical
Christians are among the most ardent supporters of
Israel, partly for religious reasons, since it is an
element of their doctrine that Jews must be in control
of Israel before there can be the Second Coming. The
Rev. Jerry Falwell, head of the Moral Majority,
supports Israel, including its settlement policies on
the West Bank.
This support was dramatically shown recently
when Evangelical Christians from 20 countries
dedicated a "Christian Embassy" in Jerusalem. It
was established as a reply to the withdrawal of the 13
embassies from Jerusalem in the wake of the
Jerusalem law.
Perhaps the response to Evangelicals by Jews
should be to act towards them as they act toward us:
join with them when there are grounds for agreement
and oppose them vigorously on the issues where we
differ.
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Two Chief Rabbis Under Heavy Fire
David
TWO chief rabbis have
come under heavy fire from
variotu ndh-religioua and legal
sources foi their alleged in-
terference with the judicial
process in the broadening In-
vestigation of Religious Affairs
Minister Uiaron Abu Hatteira
and senior officials of his
ministry who have been accused
of financial misconduct i hey
were also rebuked, indirectly, by
Justice Minister Moshe Nissim.
himself an Orthodox Jew.
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren and Sephardic
Chief Rabbi Ovadia Yosef raised
the storm of protest when each
asserted, in separate press in-
terviews last week, that the
institution of state's evidence
was contrary' lo halacha. Jewish
religious law. Their statements
were seen as an attempt to
prevent a key prosecution wit-
ness. Deputy Mayor Yisrael
Gottlieb of Bnei Brak, from
testifying against Moshe Gabbai.
a lop aide to Abu Hatzeira who
was arrested last week and
remanded in custody by a Tel
Aviv district court.
GOTTLIEB had agreed to
testify for the Slate in order to
avid possible criminal
proceedings against himself. He
was quoted by one newspaper as
saying that If the rabbis say 1
mustn't talk then I won't talk."
But other newspapers reported
that he has refused to commit
himself unequivocally.
Goren andYosef have rejected
the charge of deliberate meddling
in the case. They insisted that
I hey were duly bound to
pronounce the halachic position
when reporters asked them about
it. They are strongly backed by
the national Religious Party of
which Abu Hatzeira is a member
and which, allegedly, received
misappropriated funds.
The most significant, albeit
oblique attack on the chief
rabbis, was delivered b\ Nissim.
Landau
An official statement released
before Yoni Kippur by the
Justice Minister's office noted.
The Minister takes a serious
view of any public statement that
could have the effect of in-
fluencing the course of a police
investigation or the consideration
of the prosecutor The
decision whether to make use of a
state's witness must be taken
solely on the merits and
without interference by ex-
traneous officials or other par-
ties, especially when "such
interference comes in the midst of
an investigation."
THE STATEMENT noted
that the device of the state's
evidence is used all over the
world and has been used
sparingly in Israel since the
inception of the State.
In New York last week Rabbi
Roland Gittelson. president of
ARZA Association of Reform
Zionists of America, released a
statement demanding a thorough
investigation of the Abu Hatzeira
affair and accused the two chief
rabbis of a "shameful at-
tempt ... to block the judicial
process through the cynical
application of halachic
minutiae." Giltelsohn observed.
"When Jewish law is misused to
shield people in high places and
to protect the vested interests of
Israel's political-religious
establishment. the Jewish
tradition ,s p^^
whoclaimtobeitschamS
The latest develnxL
Abu Hatzeira ,as',t-
he always prt.s,nt
between the secular and
elements in [8raeIi
secular part.es Ubor""
the Citizens Rights M
and others have decried
chief rabbis intervention
I nil
. in(,d up behind i
chief rabbis It* Knesset fid
chairman. Yehuda BenT
declared last week that the!
and all Orthodox Jewry ba-
the right of the chief rabbkl
speak out on halachic
any time.
hie issu
Another potentially exnk
element was added to the ran
when the Sephardic comn
rallied behind Abu Hw
charging that he was
scapegoated by the Ashk
establishment which don.,
Israeli politics Sephardic
outnumber Ashkenaiim*
Israels ethnic mix but feel f
are under-represented in i
affairs.
Abu Hatzeira is of Mo
origin and his father,
spiritual leader of Mon
Jewry. About 1(100 supported
the Religious A flairs Mini
paraded in Jerusalem
carrying the Minister on
shoulders, waving uplands
flowers and singing tradiiio
songs. They angrily charged ih
Abu llalzetra was being tried I
the press and that the enii
matter reflected I he ,m
Moroccan attitude nl ib
authorities.
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Friday October 17.1980
Volume 6
7 HESHVAN 5741
Number 21
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Who picked up the telephone
before Alexander Graham Bell did?
A: Johann Philipp Reis.
Reis in THE BOOK OF FIRSTS as
number one to publicly demonstrate the
telephone He did tins m front of a group of
scientists in 1861 fifteen years before Bell got
a patent Because of illness and a lack of funds
Reis was unable to capitalize on his invention.
Bell kneu of his work as did Edison who even
loved with Reis ideas On March 22 1H76
twelve days after Bells first intelligible speech
transmission, the NEW YORK TIMES ran an
editorial entitled The Telephone'. The editorial
was all about Philipp Reis. Not one word about
Bell Even the US Government brought suit
against Bell for: "claiming the invention of
something already widely known to exist in the
form of the Reis telephone' and also with
somehow concealing the latter from the Patent
Office s expert examiner in that field'.' Bell, of
course, survived the lawsuits and the challenges
but physicists built a monument to Reis as the
inventor of the telephone (Better he should
have won the lawsuits.)
ANOT-SO-RAREFACT...
A big pan of Jewish warmth and affection
is to open the house' when mishpocha
guests or friends drop in. Out comes the
tine food and. invariably. J&B Rare
Scotch And why not?-J&B is a clean,
light scotch with the superb taste that fits
right in with the tradition of serving the
best And because of its great taste.
JcB commands a high level of elegance
at home or at your most important
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And that's a fact'
J'B
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October 17. 1980
The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
'age!
Local Delegates Named To ZOA Convention|
lur and Mrs. Milton Gold and
IM Mrs. Jack Ruby of Royal
Beach have been elected
*tes w the 82nd N*140""1
CTvention of the Zionist
ation of America. The
Tvention is taking place Oct.
I 9 at the Capital Hilton
Li' Washington, D.C. They
represent the Royal Palm
JT District of the ZOA's
utheast Region.
Washington / Jerusalem-
_jUls of Freedom" ia the
JL of this convention, which
Jbeing held just prior to the
Lional presidential elections.
llvan J Novick, national
li(jent of the ZOA, and Henry
Goldman, national convention
chairman, issued the following
joint statement: "The Jewish
people face a difficult and un-
precedented period in our history.
The Jewish state is subjected to
demands by the international
community and by pressures that
are intolerable.
"Starting our 83rd year of
consecutive commitment to
Israel and the Jewish people, the
ZOA's convention being held in
our nation's capital must serve as
a rallying point that will clearly
state our determination, that
neither the Holy City nor any
part thereof will be the spoils of
war or negotiation. Jerusalem
was and has always been the
heart of Zion. from whose center
pulsated the life of both the land
and people of Israel. We, the
Jewish people in Israel and in
the Diaspora will not let the
world forget, for its sake as well
as ours."
The candidates for the highest
offices and a number of Israeli
leaders are expected to address
the convention. Prominent
among those scheduled to come
from Israel are Leon Dulzin,
chairman of the executive of the
World Zionist Organization and
Jewish Agency; Yitzhak Moday,
minister of energy and in-
frastructure of the State of
Israel: Yitzhak Berman, speaker
of the Knesset and Harry
Hurwitz, newly designated
minister of information,
Embassy of Israel.
Novick of Pittsburgh. Pa-
president of the Zionist
Organization of America, will
deliver the keynote address.
Henry Goldman of Chevy Chase,
Md.. is the chairman of the
national convention committee.
Robert D. Shapiro of Pittsburgh,
Isaac M. Oberman of the Bronx.
N.Y.; Donald E. Wolpe of Chevy
Chase, and Frank Horny of Los
Angeles, Ca. are co-chairmen.
Delegates to the convention
will review ZOA programs in the
United States and Israel with
special emphasis on the work it
has accomplished over the past
year in marshalling American
public opinion on behalf of Israel.
Founded in 1897, the Zionist
Organization of America actively
safeguards the independence,
intergrity and security of the
people and the State of Israel. It
represents a family membership
of 150.000.
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\Beth David Building Campaign
[On Oct. 19. at the banquet
om of the Holiday Inn, Palm
each Gardens, Temple Beth
livid "ill toast the launching of
most significant project in
he history of the North County
lewish Community. After
lionths of discussion and
valuation the construction
lommittee under the leadership
Sy Fine, has completed the
fcvMopment of the overall site
[lan and phase I of the building
llan.
The building has been designed
iy local architect and congregant
llan Strassler. It will be con-
jtructed on five acres of temple
(nd located on Hood Road and
ililitary Trail in Palm Beach
gardens. Mayors. town
panaKcrs, council members and
Ik-nxy from the area have been
Invited to join with the
ongregation on Oct. 19 to show
|heir support for this endeavor.
Phase I building plan includes
|he construction of an 8,000
quarc-foot structure. It en-
lomp.isM". a hall for religious and
Jocial activities, a school wing.
kitchen and banquet facilities, a
Ibrary and administrative area.
len Gilman. vice president in
lharge of the building project, is
lonfident that the goal of
paking ground on March 1 will
l net,
As the congregation's Rabbi
jVilliam Marder points out, "To
ave a Jewish community at all.
ou really have to have a temple
it. The temple is the true hub
bf Jewish religious, educational
pnd cultural activity at the
pommunity level."
Since its inception. Temple
win David has utilized rented
facilities, holding its religious
lervices at Westminster
pesbyterian Church and Hebrew
pnool classes at the Palm Beach
Hrdens Klementary School. The
piKregation has appreciated the
pmmumty s cooperation. Due to
g* growth of its membership.
** time has come for the
'evelopment of its own meeting
. Beth David President Jack
"Plan feels that the project
onnot fail because of the unity of
f* congregation in its com-
Foment to the temple's goal for
Y Place of its own,1' as a center
^ Judaism in the North County
Subsequent to the kickoff
.?*. a three week campaign
IjJMge drive will begin, lasting
l^gh the. first week in
November and culminating in a
Vfory celebration planned for
* November. Robert Brody,
Ik. \,i9in ci>airman, mdicatee
l"*% started, unsolicited
E2?touJ non thm i.ooo
Itowtrd the S460.000 goal for
If*1 development, looking
lonrd the future, phase II will
involve a main sanctuary and
phase 111 the building of
recreational facilities. When
i ompleted, the total of project on
five acres of land will cost ap-
proximately $1' i million.
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3 cup very warm water
3 cups all purpose
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l/t cup sour cream
3 eggs, separated
1 / 3 cup sugar
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3 taps, sugar
' tap. cinnamon
/ cup sugar
V cup chocolate chips
V cup nuts
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edges. Over meringue spread the
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October 17. 1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
**& '
trspectives on Jewish Education
Sukkoth: Affective Education
NOTE-
LM,.KI>i:(MI.EVOW
I m a firm believer in the
LZnai philosophy that
CSL.th.nml for affective
ationai experiences- In the
* of modern education, we
fcon* to r.vognize that there
[different types of learning.
live is a term that is
frallv applied to factual
maiion. The manipulative
ls such as physical educaton
es handwriting, any of
, skills associated with using
bodv, are referred to as
Itor'-'skills. There is a whole
Ithat we learn by "feelings or
fcrience." These learnings are
"affective."
Without being familiar with
I whole modern "jargon," our
ijs were astute enough to
Id into the Jewish calendar,
friences that make for ef-
tve learning. One of the prime
Lples of this insight is the
ttiful holiday of Sukkoth just
Jhe two key elements of
Ikoth are the use of the
ikah" and the "etrog" and
lav." The etrog and lullav,
{citron and date palm which
blessed in the sukkah and
Jch are used during the Hallel
lice and the special
tshanot" that are recited at
Lices on the days of Sukkoth,
[moving symbols. They serve
[ecall the grandeur of our past
In Sukkoth was a harvest
In a I in Israel and the
nificent processions in the
pple in ancient Jerusalem.
the building of sukkah,
jlicularly a home sukkah, is a
effective experience. It is
illy involving of all the
iibers of the family and their
r.ds The building of the
kah is an exciting experience
land of itself. The host of
nds who are invited to eat in
i sukkah are also part of the
btment and make it a mar-
pur affective experience.
Mordecal Levow
with us. Happily, this year, there
appears to be as many as 10
people who built their own
ukkah. Most of the families who
built a sukkah were families with
young children, many of whom
were in the Day School. It is our
hope that this proliferation of
Sukkah. Most of the families who
so that next year we will have, in
our community, enough home
Sukkah to have a grand Sukkah
tour and contest with many times
ten Sukkah.
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Governor Reagan's views on
Israel, the Middle East, and
the economy are not campaign
rhetoric.
A Record of Support
for the Jewish
Community and Israel.
In 1948, long before he became
Governor of California, he re-
signed from the Lakeside Country
Club in Los Angeles because it
refused membership to a Jew. In
1967, at a pro-Israel rally at the
Hollywood Bowl, he forcefully
expressed his concern for Israel's
safety during the six-day war. In
1971, he was instrumental in en-
acting a California law, one of the
first in the United States, autho-
rizing banks and savings institu-
tions to buy and invest in State of
Israel bonds. Other states followed
California's example, dramatically
enhancing the sales of Israel
bonds in this country. That same
year, Israel's Medallion of Valor
was conferred on Governor Reagan
at an Israel Bonds Dinner.
In a speech before the B nai
B'rith Convention on September 3,
1980, Governor Reagan reaffirmed
his strong support for Israel.
He declared:
Israel is a major strategic
asset to America and a strong,
secure Israel is clearly in Amer-
icas self interest. Jo weaken
Israel is to destabilize the Middle
East and risk the peace of the
whole world. As our democratic
ally, Israel must continue to
receive economic and defense
assistance. .
The PLO is a terrorist orga-
nisation whose leadership is '
committed to violence and ag-
gression against Israel.
The United States should not
try to force a peace settlement
upon Israel and her neighbors.
Rather, the terms of a settlement
should be decided in accordance
with the United Nations Resolu-
tions 242 and 338. Resolutions in
the United Nations which under-
mine Israel's positions and iso-
late her people should be vetoed
because they undermine progress
toward peace.
Jerusalem is now, and should
continue to be, one city, un-
divided, with continuing free
access for all.
Governor Reagan's views on
the Middle East are based on long-
term policies, not short-term poli-
tics. He has been a friend of Israel
for more than 30 years and his
record is one of long-standing
principles and commitments.
~. The election of Ronald
Reagan as president will place
a strong reliable leader in the
White House instead of the man
who sits there right now.
The Hallmark of
a Reagan Administration
will be Economic
Growth.
Ronald Reagan showed his
mettle as Governor of California.
He turned a $194 million state
budget deficit into a $554 million
surplus. During his two terms as
Governor the state's inflation rate
was lower than that in the rest of
the country. He reduced taxes and
slowed down the growth of state
government.
The kind of Governor Ronald
KeagBJivafrtt4f&s4a good den)
aboutthe lundoX BWfsiderti hev*H
be. A President, capable of drawing
top talent to his administration,
to help pinpoint where govern-
ment programs can be made more
efficient, and to balance the bud-
get in order to bring down the
inflation rate that's been adversely
affecting all Americans, especially
older Americans on fixed incomes.
When Ronald Reagan says he
will stimulate productivity, check
inflation, and strive to balance the
federal budget you just know he's
talking the language and artic-
ulating the philosophy that has
been consistently his.
That's why Americans trust
him. You have a clear choice in
this year's election. And that
choice should be based on trust.
It is hoped that you and other
thoughtful American's will re-
member the key word: TRUST.
Compare Ronald Reagan's long-
term, policies with Jimmy Carter^
short-term politics. Evaluate the
performance of Washington's do-
mestic and foreign policies over
the last 3Vt years. When you DO,
you'll know that the time for
Reagan is INDEED, now.
The time is now
for Reagan.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
y-0obrn
Because Someone Cared
By STEPHEN LEVITT. ACSW
A Personal View from the
Executive Director of the
Jewish Family & Children's
Service
IAU case names mentioned in
these articles are fictitious; client
information at Jewish Family &
Children's Service is held in the
strictest of confidence).
A client who came to the
agency recently had a rather
extensive case record from
several other agencies and in-
dividual practitioners who had
treated her for a number of years
in the north.
Throughout the records on her,
the phrase "dependent" or
"passive dependent" appeared.
The therapist who was seeing her
at JF and CS began to wonder if
these labels were really accurate,
or just that labels, used to
rationalize away an altogether
human need. The need to which I
refer is the "attachment" need
which all humans possess.
Looking at the client's ten-
dency to express fear and anxiety
at the thought of leaving her
husband, while at the same time
expressing great dissatisfaction
with marriage and documenting
this dissatisfaction with specific
and extreme examples of cruelty
on his part, seemed rather
contradictory. The only ex-
planation her previous therapists
could ascribe to this paradox was
that she had these feelings
because she was "passive and
dependent." Her therapist at JF
and CS, however, began to feel
that perhaps behind her
inhibitions to take action lay
something deeper and more
fundamental in a universal sense.
Some of this thinking derived
from John Bowlby, a British
psychoanalyst, who has
published extensively on the
subject of "attachment theory."
In this view, humans like other
species are born with an in-
stinctual bias to attach,
especially to one person. When
one begins to consider people's
needs from this viewpoint, it
becomes apparent that we all
suffer, periodically, separations
which remind us of 6ur earlier
attachment to a significant
"other (s)." Therefore, one
shouldn't necessarily be labled
"dependent" when, in fact, one
may not specifically recall
his/her earlier relationships to
"attachment" figures (usually
parents).
In the case under discussion,
the client was helped to explore
and recall her earlier relationship
with her parents for evidentiary
clues as to why she should feel so
anxious, now, at the thought of
leaving or being left. It became
clear that her parents had used
some sanctions when she was a
child in order to enforce their
somewhat rigid behaviorial
Shekel is
New Currency
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
banks and the Stock Exchange
reopened last Friday after being
closed for three days to allow the
official transfer of the currency
from the Pound to the Shekel.
The Shekel which is equal to IL
10, is worth about 17 cents in
U.S. currency.
Although Israelis were
greeting each other with shekel
tov, a switich on mazel tov,
economists do not believe the
new currency will help stem
inflation unless other strict
measures are taken.
THE INTRODUCTION of the
Shekel was announced last
February, but when the day
arrived. Israelis this week did not
appear to be ready for it. Most
had none of the new currency,
had not changed their check
books and were unsure what
financial rppulations mipht
introduc
Stephen P. Levitt, ACSW,
executive director of the Jew-
ish Family and Children's
Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc.
expectations. If she dared to
"aggravate her mother, mom
might have a heart attack, etc."
Although working with a client
toward a better understanding of
past experiences of separation
can be time consuming, it cer-
tainly is better than falling back
on cliches like "dependent"
which explain very little and offer
even less promise of change.
The key to this client's per-
sonal progress was based on her
recognition that what she was
experiencing was a normal,
everyday kind of feeling and that
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her therapist was fully cognizant
and accepting of this universal
need; he would not be critical
but, rather, supportive of her
efforts to explore how she came
to feel these feelings, and
hopefully he could begin U> offer
some direction in her own efforts
to go "beyond anxiety."
(The Jewish Family &
Children's Service is a non-profit
agency designed to meet the
social, emotional and counseling
needs of the Jewish community
of Palm Beach County. Our office
is located at 2411 Okeecbobee
Boulevard. Our telephone
number is 684-1991. The Jewish
Family & Children's Service is a
beneficiary agency of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County).
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Israel Expresses Shock
At Paris Bomb Blasts
The Argus
JERUSALEM The Cabinet
, issued a sharp statement in
wake of the weekend's fatal
Kjmb blast outside a Paris ayna-
pKue, declaring "the right and
Duty of Jews to defend them-
elves, their lives and their
loner." Cabinet Secretary Arye
jJaor would not say precisely
what this call meant, or whether
was directed at French Jewry
a distinct group within the
oad body of French citizenship.
The Cabinet statement was
[proposed by Prime Minister
IMenachem Begin, Naor said, and
I was accepted unanimously after
I me changes had been worked in
[luring the discussion.
The statement read: "The
I Government of Israel expresses
its horror at the bloody attack on
a synagogue in Paris, the murder
of three passersby and the
wounding of many others. We
participate in the grief of the
bereaved families and send get-
well wishes to the injured. It
should be noted that the terrorist
organizations that operate in
France and other European
countries collaborate with the
Arab murderers organization
calling itself "PLO."
"There is no distinction be-
tween anti-Israelism or anti-
Zionism and anti-Semitism which
brought down disaster and
shame on all of mankind. The
years of the 1930s and the 1940s
must never return. It is the right
and duty of the Jews to defend
themselves, their lives and their
honor. We are sure that all free
men of goodwill in France will
support them. Every Jew, every-
where the gates of Eretz Israel
are open to him. There he can live
as a free man."
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U.S. Chiefs of Staff Chairman in Israel to Discuss Military Relatki
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
^ TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Gen. David Jones,
chairman of the U.S. Joint
Chiefs of Staff left Israel
Monday after a one-day
visit in which he conferred
with Prime Minister
Menachem Begin in his
capacity as Defense
Minister and Israel's top
military brass. A total news
blackout was imposed on
the discussions that ap-
parently centered around
U.S.-Israeli military
relations.
According to informed sources,
their dialogue was limited to an
exchange of assessments on the
military situation in the region,
but there were no concrete ex-
pressions on strategic co-
operation such as has been
developed between the U.S. and
Egypt.
JONES' VISIT, which fol-
lowed by four days the visit of
U.S. Undersecretary of Defense
Robert Komer, represented a
resumption of the regular joint
military dialogue between the
U.S. and Israel that was post-
poned by the U.S. a month ago.
Israeli sources believe the visits
by Komer and Jones were in-
tended to mollify critics in Israel
and the U.S. who have charged
that American military co-
operation with Egypt istgrowing
at the expense of Israel.
The discussions were held be-
tween Jones and his aides and
Israeli General Headquarters
staff officers. Jones received
short briefings from Chief of
Army Intelligence Gen.
Yehoshua Saguy, Navy Com-
mander Gen. Zeev Almog, and
Air Force Commander Gen.
David Ivri. A detailed assess-
ment of the Iraqi-Iranian war is
said to have been among the
topics discussed. Jones met with
, Begin later in Jerusalem.
The joint talks are expected to
be continued in Washington next
month. Jones said he would visit
Israel again in December and
spend the Christmas holidays
here but he declined to elaborate
on the nature of that visit.
NEITHER the Americans nor
the Israelis who participated in
the talks would confirm or deny
whether the questions of a U.S.-
Israeli mutual defense pact or
joint maneuvers between the two
countries were among the
subjects discussed.
Jones, who was greeted with
fuH military honors on his arrival
by Chief of Staff Gen. Raphael
Eytan, declined an invitation to
visit the Golan Heights. How-
ever, after his briefings he was
taken by helicopter to an Israel
Air Force base and wa
flown to watch large-scjU
cises by the combined aervfl
the nilthorntmnot __. ^1
the southernmost region
of the Negev and in Sin,
army spokesman said later
the American military chit*
visibly impressed.
Sinai
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French Police Release
Self-Styled 'Fuehrer'
By AARON MELER
^ PARIS (JTA) -
French police have released
neo-Nazi leader Marc
Fredriksen from custody on
grounds that they had no
evidence to link him to a
series of machinegun at-
tacks on Jewish in-
stitutions in Paris.
Fredriksen and five other
suspects were arrested
when police raided the
offices of the outlawed
Federation of European
Nationalist Action
(FANE), but all have been
freed for lack of evidence.
Unidentified gunmen sprayed
bullets into the Great
Synagogue, a memorial
monument to Jews deported by
the Nazis, a Jewish-run children's
home and the Lucien Hirsh
School. The pre-dawn attacks
caused no casualties. Later,
another synagogue was riddled
with bullets.
ANONYMOUS telephone
callers told the French news
media that the attacks were the
work of the European Nationalist
Fasces (FNE), a neo-Nazi group
set up by Fredriksen after FANE
was banned.
The attacks were generally
believed to have been in
retaliation for beatings ad-
ministered to Fredriksen's
supporters by Jewish activists in
a series of clashes outside a Paris
courthouse Sept. 18. The neo-
Nazi leader was convicted on that
date for inciting race hatred. He
will be sentenced soon.
A GOOD NEW YEAR
To All Our Friends
But police sources said that
Fredriksen and the other five
suspects had managed to prove
that they had no connection with
the attacks on Jewish premises.
According to the police, the
attacks could have been carried
out by another neo-Nazi group.
Dave Reid
Kept His Promises
HE PROMISED COURTESY AND EFFICIENCY
12 YEARS AGO
He ha* courteously served public for the pest 12
years and has modernized the office, lo better serve the
public
HE PROMISED AN OPEN DOOR POLICY
^^aieef. He hii made available all information concerning assess-
B B manii and begsn the praclioa of landing oirdi to til
^B^T rsspayers notifying them of their essessments
HE PROMISED FAIR AND EQUAL TREATMENT
Oave Raid applied 'he tax lews at written by the legit-
lature to all taxpayers whether they be: businessmen,
home owners, farmers or owners of condominiums and
cooperatives.
HE PROMISED TO SUPPORT PASSAGE OF A
LAW PROVIDING TAX RELIEF FOR PERSONS ON A
FIXED OR LIMITED INCOME
H did support this ktg.tlation and >t still working to
provide rhu tai relef for all taxpayers.
CONTINUE COURTEOUS SERVICE
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By YITZHAK EABI
NEW YORK (JT A) -
Israeli Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir warned
that the Iraqi-Iranian war
the entire Middle
the supply of oil
to most of the world. He
that the United
take measures to
end the conflict and hinted
that it may already be
doing so. He also said that
the danger of Arab moves
to expel Israel from the
United Nations still exists,
though they may not be
imminent.
Shamir, who spoke is reply to
ijiill kail at a press conference at
the Regency Hotel here also
welcomed the call by Foreign
Minister Gabriel Matthews of
Liberia in the UN General
Assembly, for African countries
to re-examine their relations witt
111 Mil Most African countries
severed diplomatic ties with
Israel after the Yom Kippur War
SHAMIR called the Libenar,
Foreign Minister s remark in has
General Assembly address
encouraging He said it was
indicative of a new tendency on
the part of the African countries
to revise their relations with
Israel.
We have to look at u
seriously. and 1 hope there will be
a follow up to it. he said He
added that contacts between
Israel and African countries are
continuing "all the time' at
different levels
Asked to comment on the war
between Iraq and Iran. Shamir
I posed a danger to Israel
He amid the Iraqis have am-
bitions to control the Middle
East area, "and anybody who
wants to control the Middle East
wants to achieve it by harming
Israel This is a real cause for
SHAMIR added that the war
threatened not only the entire
Middle East but much of the
world's ail supply Therefore, he
said, it is expected that a country
as important as the United
States would make efforts to stop
this danger and it seams that
developments are moving in that
direction. He did not elaborate.
He said that in his view the
danger still exists of an Arab
attempt to expel Israel from the
lf-4-member world organization,
although be dees not expect such
a move in the next few days, but
the attempt might be renewed in
the future as long as there is an
automatic majority at the UN
He noted that during his talks
with various foreign ministers
here in the last twa weeks, he
received assurances from them
that they would exert all their
power to thwart such a move
WITH RESPECT to Israel's
relations with the Soviet Union.
Shamir said, in reply to a
question by the Jewish
Telegraphic .Agency that he dees
not see any sign of change toward
Israel on the part of the USSR
He said he had met with Foreign
Minister Stefhan Andrie of
Rumania who aakeo him why
lsrsel objects to a Soviet role in
:hf Middle East peace
negotiations
Shamir said. '1 told him that
the Soviets removed themselves
from the process by severing
diplomatic relations with Israel "
Reagan Says U.S. Should
Suspend Funds to UN
NEW YORK 4JTAI -
Republican Presidential can-
didate Ronald Reagan enad the
United States should snspsnrl its
anneal contributions to the
United Nations if the UK
GeneralAasernhh voted to expel
laraal
Reagan. on a campaign swing
of New York and Psnssjhiamw
mark that remark to reporters
two days after Pi isadwil Carter
declared in New York that the
of Israel would raise
about the U S
remaining in the world
organization and one day after
Syrian Foreign Manr Abdul
Hahm Flisihami urged the
.Assembly to suspend
Israel from membership
Reagan noted that under the
UN Charter a member can be
expelled or suspended only at the
recommendation of the Security
Council and. in that event, the
U.S should exercise its veto
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TEL AVIV (JTA) -
Israel would assist Iran
militarily in its war with
Iraq on condition that Iran
abandoned its extreme anti-
Israel policy and stopped
supporting Palestinian
terrorists. Deputy Defense
Minister Mordechai Zipori
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of view, to continue its war with
Iraq. Zipori was quoted as
saving However, k is self-evi-
dent that such a possibility could
not materialize unless there is a
significant change in the present
extreme regime of Iran. The
Iranian authorities will first have
to change their bitterly hostile
pobcy toward us Today they
support Palestinian terrorists
and wage political and economic
war against us.
ZIPORI noted, according to
.Moan: that Israeli military
assistance in the form of equip-
ment could be of major im-
portance to Iran
.kaarnrv
already uses some shells of Israeli
manufacture, and its navy
empkrya the Israel-made Gabriel
surface-to-surface missile,
weapons apparently sold to Iran
during the regime of the late
Shah. But as of now. Zipori
pointed out, the Iranian alia-woe
toward Israel is the same as that
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, and "it is unthink-
able that we ahaO assist the
PLO"
Zipori's remarks reflected
growing concern in Israeli ex-dee
that Iraqi hegemony over the
Persian Gulf in the event of a
successful outcome of its war
against Iran could have long-
term detrimental effects for
Israel.
Gen. Yehosbua Saguy. chief of
Army Intelligence, made that
point in a television interview
here. He warned that the
ascendancy of Iraq would streng-
then Soviet influence in the Gulf
region He did not rule out the
possibility of direct Soviet inter-
vention if the Iraqi-Iranian war is
prolonged or if a power atruggle
develops in Iran.
SAGUY ALSO noted that Iraq
has a nuclear weapons potential
' sue an Iraoha. T .
thank twice aboutth, i
*_sw m another fc*.
ynsre. especially about Z\
that Iraq wflj be a mJ*1
by the end of the 1960-^
not
The Iraqi nuclear saa
construction near Bagbhdl
yet been hit by in
.beobserved.
Of more direct
Israel Saguy
growing economic ueT,
Iraq and Jordan, leading!
to iniutary ties, which woolda,
thrMt "> l*d oil
i borders
Pwes. leader of
opposition Labor Party,
referred to Jordan in the i
of the Iraqi-Iranian _
an interview published in y,
Achronot. Peres suggests] i
the time now npe for Iw
seek contacts with Jo,
According to Peres. Kmr
aein fears being sqoentd
tween a powerful Iraq
threatening PLO and d.
public declarations to _
tmry. Jordan would be rcadr|
talk peace with lsraeL
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AND
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friends to do the same until the
rights of Israel are fully
respected. Reagan said "If we
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that we will protect out interests
and oar friends. I am confident
the attempt to deprive Israel of
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17,1980
TheJewishFlorididh ofPalm Beach County ......."
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V
tinsha Judaica High School, sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, in
Iperation with local synagogues and the Jewish Community Day School, recently sponsored
hupper in the Sukkah" for students and faculty. Among those participating in the program
te (left to right) David Gray, Ilene Lampert, Celia Wilner, Robin David, Beverly Rotman,
bbiAlan R. Sherman, Mordtcai Levow, Rachel Lehrer, Phyllis Weissberger (partial view),
ndy Wagner, Toby KosowskfcndJudie Wolfson.
Midrasha Students Have
4 Supper in the Sukkah'
JTbe Midrasha High School
Ldents got together with their
there for a festive "Supper m
Sukkah" celebration
ceding classes on Sept. 19.
event took place in the
_kah belonging to Temple
Jth El, and the students an-
ted a delicatessen supper in the
Iditional setting of a sukkah
Jcorated with fruits and
,ables symbolic of the
vest festival. The students
J teachers had an opportunity
[meet and socialize outside the
fcre formal classroom situation
which they are usually ac-
blomed.
Vfter supper and recital of
Ice after meals, students at-
Ided classes as usual. The
irses offered in the fall term
year include Modem Israel,
erature of the Holocaust,
ermediate and Advanced
brew, a Bible Discussion
krse, Jewish Life Cycles also
pwn as "Hatched, Matched
i Dispatched," and a seminar
Ijewish law.
f The Midrasha offers not only
th quality Jewish education for
th school students, but also a
Ique opportunity for the
(dents to get together and
t each other in an atmosphere
encourages intellectual
sity and their heritage,
Ited Dr. Haviva Langenauer,
or of the Midrasha. She
it on to say that students
to the Midrasha from
bodox, Conservative and
lorm Backgrounds. Some
dents have had no prior
h education. Misrasha
es the underlying unity of
Jewish community. Our
ulum concentrates on the
on bonds between Jews,"
pd Dr. Langenauer.
i faculty of the Midrasha is
from the entire Jewish
nunity with representatives
many organizations. This
i' teachers include, Mordecai
ow, director of the Jewish
uty Day School; Ms.
Lip ton, youth director of
nple Beth David; Mrs. Ruth
j principal of Temple Beth
[Religious School; Mrs. Esther
ky, Palm Beach attorney
LMra. PhylUs Weissberger. a
* school teacher.
p addition, guest lecturers
> Rabbi William Marder,
pitual leader of Temple Beth
fd; Rabbi Alan R. Sherman,
Plain with the Jewish
"ration of Palm Beach
*y; Barry Kriacher, at-
y with the State Attorney's
P* Dr David Weissberger.
B*cian and others. The
fort-* department of the
Pdrasha s staffed by Mrs.
J* I-ehrer and Mrs. Rachel
lOSk.m,./. who M Bkl\\PC.
ng the newest audio-visual
' leach
Dr. Paul Klein, chairman of the
Midrasha committee of the
Jewish Federation, expressed his
delight at the wonderful response
from area students to the
Midrasha program this year.
"We have great plans for the
future of the Midrasha in serving
Jewish high school students in
our area," he stated, "and we
anticipate from the reactions
we've had so far, that the school
will continue to grow and
flourish."
The Midrasha is a community
Judaica High School which is
open to all Jewish high school
students of Palm Beach County.
It serves students from varied
religious as well as educational
backgrounds. Classes meet once
a week on Monday nights. For
further information about
enrolling, call Jewish Federation.
ES5SSS3BSBSS&
rasha Judaica High School program.
Community Calendar
Oct. It
Hodossah BatGurion
Oct. 19
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. Jewish Com-
munity Center Pre-School Picnic Camp Shalom 1-4 p.m.
JEWISH FEDERATION COMMUNITY MISSION MEETING 5:30 p. m.
Oct. 20
Hadassoh Tikvah 12:30 p.m. Jewish Family & Children's Ser-
vice board 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rilh #3016 7:45 p.m. Temple
Israel Sisterhood 8 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION COMMUNITY
RELATIONS COUNCIL SOVIET JEWRY TASK FORCE 3 p.m.
JEWISH FEDERATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 8 p.m.
Oct. 21
Temple Beth El Sisterhood 8 p.m. Hadossah Tikvah Trip to
Tampa through Oct. 23 Hadassah Henrietta Szold board 1
p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m. Temple Beth David -
board 8 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1
p.m. Temple Israel board 8 p.m. Midrasha Meeting 8
p.m.
Oct. 22
Temple Beth David Sisterhood Paid-up Dinner 7 p.m.
Congregation Beth Kodesh Theatre Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood Luncheon & card party 12:30 p.m. JEWISH FED-
ERATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL MIDEAST TASK
FORCE Noon
Oct. 23
Hadassah Chai 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Medina 8 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Masada Luncheon & Card Party JEWISH FED-
ERATION EDUCATION COMMITTEE 4 p.m. Hadassah Aliya 1
p.m.
Oct. 25
Temple Beth El Social Set Party Jewish Community Center
Benefit Show 8 p.m.
Oct. 26
JEWISH FEDERATION COMMUNITY MISSION TO ISRAEL
THROUGH Nov. 6 Temple Beth David Sisterhood Lox Box
Hadassah Shalom Lido Spa Oct. 26-29 Jewish Community
Center Senior Card Party 1 p.m. Temple Israel Leadership
Institute 10 a.m.
Oct. 27
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S ASSEMBLY 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
Women's American ORT Palm Beach 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Women Boynton Beach board 1 p.m. Women's American
ORT Mid-Palm 1 p.m. Women's American ORT North Palm
Beach 12:30 p.m.
Oct. 28
B'nai B'rith Women Masada 8 p.m. Women's American ORT
- West Palm Beach board 1 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10
a.m. Temple Beth El Executive Board 8 p.m. Temple Beth
El Men's Club board 8 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION COM-
MUNITY PLANNING 4 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION LETTER OF
INTENT SUB-COMMITTEE ENDOWMENT FUND Noon
Oct. 29
JEWISH FEDERATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 8 p.m.
Hadassah Yovel Trip to St. Augustine through Oct. 31
Women's American ORT Mid-Palm Card Party
Oct. 30
JEWISH FEDERATION LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT HASHIVEYNU
through Nov. 19 Hadassah -BatGurion 8 p.m. Jewish Com-
munity Center Executive Committee 8 p.m. Congregation
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood Card Party 1 p.m.
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The Jewish Flo
ridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, October 17
I i


aaounfc
the
town
. By STACI LESSEH
Welcome home to Estelle and Louis Kashdan of Canter-
8
B bury-B in Century Village. They have just returned from a :g
:: marvelous honeymoon in Israel and Egypt. Their daughter Dr. g
:>: Ilene Gerber was on hand to welcome them home. Ilene is the
5 curriculum director of the Jewish Community Day School.
'>
I
Bon Voyage to Cissy and Jerry Tiehman and Bette and
Mort Gilbert. These adventuresome four will be traveling to
Israel and to Egypt. The Tishmans will be leaving five grand-
children behind, so we know that there will be much shopping
ahead.
The Gilberts were worried about their only child left at
home, but luckily found a solution to the problem. Gert Kahn, a
friend of the family, will be taking care of Schroeder Maccabee
Ben YoYo. Schroeder happens to be the Gilberts' favorite dog.
and he is now happy that Aunt Gert will be with him.
Greeting the media recently at the Poinciana Playhouse S
were Joan and Stanley Lustig, Debbie and Bob Burger, Zelda S
Pincourt and Marty Goldberg. The press party was a preview |:j
for a Jewish Community Center Benefit featuring Pat Carroll in jv
the role of Gertrude Stein. If the preview is any indication, the :;
event should be great. *
Mazol Tov to Nancie Dober, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Stanley Dober. Nancie will be celebrating her Bat Mitzvah in
October at Temple Beth El.
Nancie is an eighth grade student at Conniston Junior High
School, where she is a member of the Gifted Class and Junior
National Honor Society. She is also a very talented young lady
and enjoys playing the flute. Dad Stan will probably have a new
partner some day because Nancie would like to be a pediatrician
when she grows up.
Many friends and relatives will be sharing this simcha with
the Dobers, including Stan's mother from Connecticut and
Grandma Sylvia Cromwell from West Palm Beach.
There will be much excitement in the home of Joan and Max
Tochner. Son Jeffrey will become a Bar Mitzvah. Jeffrey attends
the Jewish Community Day School, where he is a member of the
Student Knesset. Jeff represented the Day School on the Palm
Beach County Team at the National Academic Games in
Atlanta. Jeff also enjoys all sports and actively participates in
them. Jeff has decided he wants to be a physician. Friends and
family are joining the Tochner family in this special simcha.
OMnt-7
MOA-Thurs
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Carroll Play Benefits JCC
benefit for the Jewish Com-
Pat Carroll will appear a CenUr of the Palm
Gertrude Stein for One I er- } he
formance On.ypi at the RoyjJ ^ ^ ^
Lturd,aaynaeven,ngayOhU k at a residents of the Paim Beaches to

Committee members of the Jewish Community Center s benefit
featuring Pat Carroll as Gertrude Stein are Dr. Paul Klein and
Zelda Pincourt, chairman.
have such an outstandi
production brought to the
direct from its long run in Ne,
York, according to JCC ltt
According to Variety, thJ
woman plav is I
t*iently drawn .poignant. 0f
hilarious, entertaining
thoughtful, instructive, and mi
of all exhilarating theatric
experience ranks among Z\
best solo theatre pieces offend'
over the last decade."
The play was winner of tk.
1980 Outer Critics Circle Awjj
as the outstanding production of
a play off-Broadway The play J
an imaginary monologue by
Gertrude Stein set on the eve of
her eviction from her studio.
Patrons are invited to an after
theatre reception for Mi
Carroll.
For ticket reservations and
information, contact Marty
Goldberg, executive director of
the Jewish Community Center.
C006LER
FOR
CONGRESS
Maxwell House* Coffee
Is After Shopping Relaxation.
Shopping for a "good buy" has be-
come one of America's favorite pas-
times. It's always fun to find new
things, see the new fashions and
perhaps pick up something new for
the house or family.
Another favorite pastime is to come
home from shopping, kick off the
shoes and relax with a good cup of
coffee. Maxwell House* Coffee. The
full-pleasant aroma and great-
tasting, satisfying flavor is
the perfect ending
to a busy shop-
ping day. Espe-
cially when
relaxing with
K Ortified KoiIwt
a close friend. The good talk. The
good feelings. The warmth are some
of the things that go along with
Maxwell House? Perhaps that's why
many Jewish housewives don't 'shop'
for Maxwell House? They simply
buy it. It's the "smart buy" as any
balabusta knows!
So, no matter what your prefer-
enceinstant or ground when
you pour Maxwell Housef you pour
relaxation. At its best.. .consis-
tently cup after cup after cup.
A living tradition in Jewish homes forever half a century
'


.October
17.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
rofile of a Refusenik:
Israel Achildiaev
LetJeTy Task Force
'Sty Relation. Cou^dl
L Achildiaev is a 28-year-
r -Tw Mis wifeLiubawa
SJ"K Tashkent
- J. ^.year-old son Alexei
Ear-old daughter Susanna.
TAchildiaev family appjted
'2 visas together with
, parents Tamara and
/i/September 1978. In
Ler. the parents received
En to leave, but Israel,
land their two children were
b Soviet officials gave no
Ution for the refusal. The
, sent numerous appeals,
[ver received an answer.
jlv the head of OVIR in
nt told Tamara and Asher
uey must go to Israel alone.
Ijfcial promised that if they
| send an invitation from
to their son. he would be
Id to leave at once. But if
remained in the USSR and
lot use their exit visas now,
Jjsas would be cancelled and
|hole family would never get
Twion again.
nara and Asher arrived in
. on April 26, 1979. They
Uy sent an invitation to their
lontrary to the promises of
vir official, Israel and his
were refused again. Thev
Bonds
sh Month
|e month of October is
chem Begin Cash Month,
Dr. Richard Shugarman,
i Beach County Israel Bond
nan. Prime Minister Begin
[be coming to the United
fi to hold conferences with
ent Carter and other
tant government officials.
has agreed to attend a
knal Israel Bond dinner
ping Jack Weiler, nationally
pi builder. The dinner will be
i New York on Nov. 16. One
he highlights of the dinner
! the presentation of checks
each community for the
bases of Israel Bond*.
(cal members of the tribute
uttee are Dr. Shugarman,
[Marvin Rosenberg, Robert
port and Morris Messing.
|members of the cash com-
have set aside certain
i to make calls to bring in
unds so desperately needed
[Israel. Members of this
jBjttee are Joe Schenk, Mr.
Mrs. Danny Jatlow, Emma
Tger, Joe Dorf. Alice Wise,
[and Mrs. Joseph Molat.
Vyn Koffs, Lou Penson and
bUchill.
behalf of pim Beach
f'y. Dr. Shugarman will be
. the New York dinner,
he will meat Prime
Begin and present him
[toe monies from Palm Beach
S. Official
Pow-Wow
?L AVIV (JTA, _
^a_ .Underaecretarjr of
Robert Komer arrived
Pom Cairo to hold regional
^dks against the
d of the Iranian-Iraqi
| according to Israeli officials.
wZL.^0,*"*** -* with
XT *"**"* ****>
'?, pMonTech.1 Zipori,
! Chief of Staff '
are still given no reason for their
refusal.
The story of the Achildiaev
family clearly illustrates the
cruelty of Soviet emigration
policy. Soviet officials separare
families by threats, pressure,
broken promises, and violation of
international laws of humanity.
Name: Israel Achildiaev;
Born: June 6, 1952; Occupation;
Locksmith; Marital: Married to
Liuba, bom March 3, 1956; Son
Alexei, born Jan. 14, 1975;
Daughter Susanna, bom June 1,
1977.
Applied: Sept. 7, 1978;
Refused: Nov. 12,1978.
Address: Israel Achildiaev;
Sergeli 3, dom 22, apt. 48;
Tashkent 700012; Uzbek SSR,
USSR.
Parents in Israel: Tamara and
Asher Achildiaev; Habad
1144/27; Kiryat Malachi; Israel.
C006LER
FOR
CONGRESS
Keep him working for you ..
in Congress!
* Co-Sponsor of Senior Citizens Health In-
surance Reform Act of 1979
* Introduced House Concurrent Resolution
349 to maintain the current semi-annual cost
of living adjustment for federal and military
retirees
* Vigorously opposed the 10* per gallon
Ssollne tax and voted against all legislation
nllng with the tax on gasoline
* Serves on the Select Committee on Aging
* Co-Sponsored the Condominium Act of
1979
* Co-Sponsored the
Compensation and
Amendment of 1979
Survivors
Disability
Benefits
A Record off Service
and Accomplishment
In 1978 the Ft. Lauderdale News In Editorial Comment
stated that "Dan Mica s experience in the Capitol would
put him a step ahead of almost any other Freshman
Congressman going to Washington." Their prediction
became reality as Congressman Dan Mica was unani-
mously elected Chairman of the 42-member Democrat
Freshman Caucus. This slowed Den Mica to assume a
leadership position in Congress, working on behalf of
the people of the 11 th Congressional District of Florida.
Re-elect Congressman Dan Mica Nov. 4th
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T^JeuMJhr^ofJ^f^^^-
JCC Happenings
SEN'lOB NEWS
Adah rwiiuiiii.i Educauor.
provided through the
of Paun Bead;
t the Jewish
Community Center. Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center
Following m a arhwriiilr of
classes CHI Punting. Mondays. 9
noon, Astrology Tuesdays. 10-
noon. Yogs. Vt eaneaoay*. I 3
p.m.. Writers Workshop.
Wadnesaiivf 3 b p.m Know
Your Gar 'Fridays. 10:30
p.rr. Nutrition 4 You. Fridays. 1
3 p.m
Extension Cleaves
Taaarh i
Transact tonal Aanlj
Mondays 10 noon
Transport at tea The Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center
i^ fundec n through Gulf stream Areawio*
Council or Aging providing
i raneponat aaa -ansi!
daC tuuagad atti 00 or oioer
in a designated area, and a full
program Center and let
anon af soor. as possible
nai your needs are
Bum*: u- Jot anc Lmily Lo*
>aauon baaatle is available
for pe*itons who cannot use tnt
public transit tc come to the
Jewmr Community Cente-
activities Call and tell us her
yon plan to all end a program so
an can arrange the arhedui* I
minimum coBtributaoa of
ooata raur i requestec to
defray expenses Gal Baaeae
Suveretem at the Center far
faaaaoe acheauimp
Speak Out This program
continue* r.r. Wjmr Kenton.
rliararm leader, on the second
and third Monday* of the imlli
at 1 p.m Next session Or
Enjoy ar afternoon of expraaaaan.
friendship and learning.
ail Table Talk far Mea
Meets on Tuesdays at 1 p.m..
except for the second Tuesday of
each month. Joe Greenberg
group leader, conducts a Irveh
session on politic*, economics
and current events
Taneix Tupac* far Thsaaaoj
Waaaea: Meets on Tuesdays at 1
p.m.. except for the second
Tuesday of each mon
Skolruk. group leader, conducts a
y session on po.
economics and current events
Speakers Clab: Herbert
:er presioent mvites all
taiaaf interested in pabiic
speaking to torn this group
which meets on Thursday* at 10
am.
Maaac Yea Lave: V\y-nc
Kentor. continues wait this
ongoing ano informative rrmairal
series on the second and fcaalh
Friday* of each swath at 10 a.m.
Next wrswnm is Oct. 24 For
further lrrformarain. call the
Center
Medicare: Ed Baaas and Cari
Sitxer. trained volunteers
fla saga the SotaaJ Security
Off we. aiD provide aid an*
ana any other heap
an the third Monday of each
aaaath. from 1 u> 3 p.m
Jewish Community Ctmttr
Extension coarse. aaaets
Lake Worth. Ihnaga the
of the
Sab. Oct. 9
Dae 16 Taa ciaaa aal
available Call Bonn* or Sam for
mformatam.
Oat: 1-y*!*> at various
restaurants will be hekJ once a
month For details, call Bonnie or
Sam
I p.m. a program for persons
born in 1900 and before will be
held an the third Monday of each
month Helen Marx, group
leader. Ann Cohen, aaaiatant to
Mrs Marx, announces that Jack
Goodaowitz. a former actor will
present a one-man show
Transportation will be arranged
will conduct thia training
which wal afford aenei
opportunky to faarn how to I
Skaxafl to ottara Call the
Center for further infarmaUon
Swedm House m;
nJTL "^f y0Ur <*
*7*B wfoups or oj!
far older aaaiors whenever
possible For further inlormatwn.
call Bonnie at the Center.
Learn The Art of Teachaaj
Moulin i efl: This claas will meet
on Tueedays at 10 am. Neat
SBsaon Oct. 21 Mrs. Sonna
Sunon. an experienced instructor.
Arthritis mad leemetrtr
Exerriaes: On Oct. 17 and 31. at
1030 am. Jean Erde will land an
exeroae daaa especially designed
for those with arthritic problems
Learn the art of good oeroa,
which should benefit thoee with
the pain of arthritis, aad which
should help to prevent future
arthritic inflammations. For
further information, call the
Center
Artist of the Month Sydney
Berkowitz-
Card Party: On Doc 16. a
lunch and card party will be held
W. B
make plane for the bw,
The annual JungW O
Tear. Eve T*,? ,
"I.....lain (fromtJrH
ranged!, dinner i^1
Watc-feed^**
COOGLER
for
CONGRESS
on n volunteering
thmrUme at the Jcu
many i who g i time an gy to the
I r Tru. JCC greatly appreciates ail those u ho respond to
JCCVohanteers
Bouquets to our clerical
volunteer stafi at work on a
monthi'v dhsi* .getber a
JCC Update Own piece*
are mailed to the community each
month Fifteen to 20 seniors work
utgether on ax assembly line type
operation in an atmosphere of
camaraderies and er..toyment
Boraue Silverstem. prograrr.
coorduiator has orgaru7.ee
corps of volunteers and
along wnh them unt il every piece
oi mail is sent out
ngratulat. M
The (enter i* most gratefui for
your nacerky and loyalty and
hope u> continue to work together
tor mam more mailing'
come.
Therapeutic An Needlework
The JCC fa conjunction with the
Arthritis Foundation, will
provide a therapeutic art
-'*e\ery Thursday
a m. Class registrar
ad Register earlv Class
- Bring own varn
and needles Call the JCC and" ask
lor Rose or Bea.
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Impact of War on Security
B> GIL SEDAN
LfRUSALEM (JTA)
I -phe Knesset's Foreign
[flairs and Security
Umittee deliberated on
he impact of the Iraqi-
Iranian war on Israel s
jcurity. Prune Minister
fcenachem Begin, who
tended the session,
Leated that Israel must
Etch developments closely
[id carefully.
Tsome members
Lgested that Israel take
Ue initiatives to prevent
U Iraqi victory, while
Ihers maintained that
fael keep a low profile
Ihile exploiting the
propaganda value of the
conflict between two
declared enemies of the
Jewish State.
* THE CONSENSUS in the
committee was that it is too early
to predict the outcome of the war.
Military experts who briefed the
committee said Iraq's heavily-
armored land forces enjoy an
advantage in ground fighting.
The Iranians have naval
supremacy, and both sides are
about even in the air wit1-
possibly a slight advantage for
the Iranians, they said.
According to the experts. Iraq
had been preparing for the war
for many months, militarily and
politically. Baghdad moved to
improve its relations not only
with the Soviet Union which had
deteriorated since the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan, but also'
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with the Western-oriented Arab
states, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.
They said Iraq has three goals
in its war on Iran: to acquire
supremacy in the Persian Gulf
area; to depose the Ayatullah
Ruhollah Khomeini; and to take
over the Arab-populated, oil-rich
area of Khuzistan southern Iran.
That would give Iraq full
control over the Shatt el Arab,
the waterway formed by the
confluence of the Tigris and
Euphrates rivers, easy access to
the Persian Gulf and a sub-
stantial increase in its oil
producing capacity. The
Khuzistan fields have a potential
of five million barrels a day.
MEIR AMIT. of the Labor
Alignment said Israel's dilemma
was how to cause the fall of the
Khomeini regime and yet
promote an Iranian victory that
would prevent the strengthening
of Iraq. Amit said Israel should
consider possible moves in that
direction.
Yehuda Ben Meir, of the
National Religious Party, also
spoke of possible Israeli
initiatives toward the resumption
of relations with Iran. He said
Israel was a natural source of
assistance to Iran since it could
supply that country with spare
parts and other equipment of
American manufacture which are
still in use by the Iranian army.
Yosef Rom of Likud said
"Israel's first interest was its
own security and therefore any
action in that direction is
positive." However, Rom was not
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A beneflcUry agency of the Je*vtoh Federation of Mm Beech County
sure that arms sales to Iran were
feasible under present cir-
cumstances or whether the
Khomeini regime was interested.
Former Foreign Minister Abba
Khan of the Labor Alignment
said the Iraqi-Iranian war gave
Israel the opportunity to point
out to the world that the Arab-
Israeli conflict is not responsible
for turmoil in the Middle hast.
"IF ISRAEL ceased to exist,
the Soviet troons would not with-
draw Jrom Afghanistan.
Khomeini would not release the
American hostages. Iraq would
not stop the war. and the price CM
ml would not drop one penny.'
Kban said.
Labor Party leader Shimon
IVres stressed that Israel must
not become involved in the
Persian (iull war. He said the war
could change the map of the
Middle Hast and touch off a new
arms race in the area.
JEWISH FAMILY fi CHILDREN'S SERVICE
ANNOUNCES
the development of a new program which pro-
vides visitation to shut-ins in our community
Volunteers, trained and supervised by agency
staff will be responsible for making regular
visits to the homes of the more socially
isolated members of our community.
Jewish Family Children's Service is cur-
rently recruiting volunteers who can contri-
bute several hours a week of time and would
like to assist someone who% is homebound. If
you are interested in volunteering to work in
this program, contact Ned Goldberg at:
Jewish Family S Children's
Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc.
2411 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach,FL 33409
Telephone: 684-1991
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The Jewish FloridJan ofPabn Beach County
.Wd*7.0ttob1
^ Habbmlcal owr
AlooftJ
A Truly Religious Jew Is...
By RABBI
BENJAMIN ROSAYN
TV Free Si
I share wkh jroa an attempt to
in sample bat
the real im-
pact of. or mnh| ot
The deeper religious person.
tide the poet or romposfi or
artist, is possessed by a kind of
extra sense or girt He (or she)
does not get fca^r- Jigk
gets him. It takes hold of s good
part of his in* so that ranch of
motrrated by the pervading
preaense of God. He farther
attaned to the voice of Gad and
hehokts his present* is aO the
nt^rjfjqi m gnu of bfe. both great
and small He can traatmgry
comprehend or feel what many
are generally unable to un-
derstand. He rises above logic by
mtamon
Editors .Vote TV isrsrs
expressed by the robots are
strictly their on sad do sot
mecttmrity re/lert the t-iesrs of
the Jewish Fedemao* of flake
BemehCommty.
of both worlds, he hovers on i
H nan To thus be tooched by
God's ptoaeace and remaia
ysjf, is the gift bestowed
UfMTfl aJVUkBT DwCflaWQ pWOOat
who. baa the Bmbral Prophets,
dearty seam to see beyond the
pi awn* to better viaaabxe the
no
Yet each a person knows
contentedly that he has
guarantee of reward or
anmonkrv from bi laihfing saf-
ienng or defeat- His hopes and
stiw.ua e can also be shaken or
destroyed He also may suffer
"stone for bread" or his most
: motives and aims called
or improper, or impure,
by the masses who may shun
him. He is able, despite failure
sod pom. to cafl each moment
and each person: good- Nothing
__i to deter him from helping
others. In the face of derision, be
jiknt He is humble and ap-
proachable, yet not meek. He
resists any temptation toward
deceit. He rejoices in being sble
to beip another: even one other
He triumphs by serving and by
Miiihn and emphasizing the
good in people and events. At
every turn he utters s
benediction. He smiles often and
laughs at himself. He is glad and
thankful to be ahve in God's
imiverse.
Such s
grasp eternity, as it were, in the
pahs of his hand and often
beholds s sense the secrets of the
unknown in a spit second-
Neither time nor space are aa real
to him as are the Maansao
ilnemi Though it defies the
rules of everyday conimon sense.
he must concern himself with the
real things which to him are:
truth, goodness, harmony,
compassionate justice and
reverence far the soered.
V* hen one can balance hnneetf
between the two forces of the real
sod the ideal and rutffflmgly kve.
m. and feel the presence
TUNE IN TO
L'Chayim
"The Jewish Listener's Digest"
An Exciting New Radio Magazine
Sundays. 10.30 a.m.
WPBR 1340 AM
Sponsored by the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
Oct. 19 Dr Allen Pollock
Dr. Pollock, of the Labor Zionist Organization of America
and an executive mem her of the World Zionist Organization, has
been an outspoken critic of the Israeli government's settlement
policy In add it fan to sharing his views regarding the current
state of affairs in Israel. Dr Pollock will speak on the issue of
public Jewish criticism of the State of Israel
Sancie Dober. daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Stanley Dober. uriU
be Bat Siitzvah on Friday.
Oct. 24. at 8:15 p.m. and
Saturday. Oct 25. at 9 30
am. at Temple Beth El West
Palm Beach
Tune in to "MOSAIC
TV HIGHLIGHTS
Sponsored by
The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
over WPTV (noons' 5. si MO sjn.
iGordon
October 12 Professor Ann White
"Jewish Struggle Through Poetry"
JOEL P. KOEPPEL, P.A.
FORMERLYOF
Lewis, Vegosen, Koeppel and Rosenbach, P.A.
is pleased to announce
the opening of his office
for the practice of law
JOEL P. KOEPPEL, PA
125 WORTH AVENUE
SUITE 209
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA38480
Synagogues in
Palm Beach
County
ORTHODOX
AfTZCHAIM CONGREGATIONCEIiTURYVIUAQE
W Psim Beach Phone 689-4675 Sabbat* Services 9 lm
and5p m Daily Services 8 15am. and6 JUp m
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
551 Brittany L. Kings Point. Defray Beach 33446 Harry Silver
President Services dairy 8 am. and 5 p.m. Saturdays and
Holidays 9 a.m. Phone. 499-7407 Tempts No 499-9229
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach Florida
33407 833*421 Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L Levin*
Associate Rabbi Summer Sabbath Services Fnday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S W Fourt Avenue. Boca Raton. Fia 33432 Phone; 391.
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath
Services. Friday at 8:15 pm* Saturday. 9 15 a m Torah Study
with Rabbi Merle E Singer 10:30 am. Sabbath Morning Ser-
vices
THE REFORM HEBREW CONGREGATION OF DELRAY
At St Paul's Episcopal Church. 188 S Swmton Ave.. Deiray*
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901. Defray Beach. Fia 33*44 Fn
day at 8 15 p.m Rabbi Samuel Silver President Lawrence
Sommers. 272 2906
TEMPLE BETH TORAH OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
West Palm Beach. Fia 33411 Rabbi Edward Conn Sabbath
Services. Friday at 8 15 p m At St David s x the Prnes Epis-
copal Retreat. Forest Hill Btvd and Wellington Trace Mailing
address n25 Jack Pine St West Palm Beacn Fia
33411 President Ronnie Kramer 7932700
CONSERVATIVE-LIBERAL
TEMPLE ETERNAL LIGHT
The Free Synagogue. P O Box 3. Boca Raton. Fia 33432 368-
1600. 391 1111 Rabbi Beniamm Rosayn Fridays at 8 15 pm.
at Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Rd. (1
mile west o' Boca Turnpike)_______________
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Fiagier Drive; West Palm Beach. Fia 3340/ Phone
8330339 Cantor Elaine Shapiro SaAbath Services ^'idayat J
8 15 o m Saturday at 9 30 am* Dairy Mmyan at 8 15 a ti
day at 9 a m
CONGREGATION ANSHEI SHOLOM
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach. Fia 33409 Phone 684-
3212 0"ice hours 9 a.m to 1 p m. Rabbi Marry Z. Scheet-
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services Daily 8:30 am
:'J0pm Friday 8.30 am and 5 pm. Lste Servce 815
pm 'allowed by Oneg Shabbat Saturday 8 30am 'pa
oiiowed by Shaiah Sudos
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
Boynton Beach Fia Phone 732 2555 Rabbi Avom L|
Drum Sabbath Services Friday at 8 15 p m Saturday at 9
am Congregational Church. 115 N Federal Highway
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
M N a Street. Lake Worth. Fia 33460* Phone 585-
5020 Rabbi Emanuel E'senberg Cantor Jacob Eiman Ser-
vices Mondays and Thursdays at 8:15 a.m Friday at 815 p m..
Saturday at 9 am
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabbath Services. Friday at 8 p.m Saturday 10 a m West-
minster P'esbytenan Church. 10410 N Military Trail. Plm
Beach Gardens (Office) 321 Northiafce Blvd.. North Palm
Bea:~ Fa P>one 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor
Nicholas Fenakei
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
224 n.w. Avenue G. Belle Glade. Fia. 33430 Jack Stateman,
Cantor Sabbath Services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Aiemeida Drive, Palm Springs. Fia. 33461 Sabbath s*
woes. Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9 am. Praaidtnt Martin
Kroshinsfcy. Phone. 986-1064 Mondays and Thursdays t 9
am Services held at Faith United Presbyterian Church. Pilm
Springs
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 NW. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton. Fia. 33432Phone: 39*
8566 Rabbi Nathan Zeiusr Sabbath Services Friday at 815
p m Saturday at 9:30 e_m
TEMPLE EMETH OF THE DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Deiray Beach. Fia 33446 P*""
276-3636 Rabbi Barnard SHver Cantor Beniarni'
Adier Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p-nv Saturday
am DailyMmyanaat8:48ajn.and5p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Road. Palm Beach, Fov 33480 Phone 83*
0804 Rabbi Joel Charm Cantor David Dardasnti Sabbat"
Services Friday at 630 p.m Saturday at 9 a
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17,1980
TheJewishFUmdian of Palm Beach County
Page 19
^oci/ ^^^a^o^i^e JV&wA^^\
Lockett Named B'nai
B'rith Bonds Head
AMPLE
BETH DAVID
abers.
gj^rhood of Temple Bath
^Northern Palm Beach
I will hold its nnu^P^:
tyS*ip dinner onOct.M
,t the Jupiter Ocean and
Club- Each member will
'h#r favorite Italian
dish to share with other
To make
call Mra. Carol
Jby0ct.'20.
[Smplebethtorah
. Oct 19. Sisterhood and the
' Club of Temple Beth
e sponsoring a bagel
, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30
t The Royal Palm Beach
Club. For reservations,
Flirt- Syd Rosenstein.
By new members in the area
_4te ile Beth Torah ahould
ct Beverly Spriggs or Carol
owiu. A membership tea
.heldon Nov. 6at the home
1 Hymowitz.
ily
in
BDoeeooBci
Any woman interested in
attending the Jewish Women's
Assembly held at The Breakers
Hotel in Palm Beach, contact
Marion Arbeit. The county-wide
assembly will take place on Oct.
27th, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many
lectures and discussions will be
held. Baby sitting is available.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold a monthly
meeting on Oct. 20, at noon,
SchwarUberg Hall.
An original program, written
and directed by Fran Golden, will
feature Sisterhood members in
"How Do You Spell Sisterhood?"
Lunch will be served with no
charge to paid-up members.
Prior to the meeting, from
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Rabbi
Joel Levine will begin the first
session of a series of discussions
on "Woman's Role in Judaism."
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El will be holding
HAROLD S. MIROPOL, M.D.
Announces The Relocation Of His Office To
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For The Practice Of
By Appointment 684-2929
DENTURES
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Senior Cititen Consideration With This Art
Upper or Lower Dentures
Cast Vitallium Partials
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Repair
Extractions
$110 & Up
$150 to $180
$40
$10 & Up
$10 per Tooth
Minimum I**1 applied in oil coii boning tomplicoiiom
By Florida Licensed Dentists
DR. HORNADAY, O.D.S.
689-0593
Some Location for Ovei 5 Years
1800 Upland Rd West Palm Beach, FL.
Kenneth L lipsitt. M.D.
ANNOUNCESTHE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
FORTHE PRACTICE OF
OPHmALMOLOCY
At
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an art sale on Oct. 18 at the
Broward Art and Frame Gallery
in Pompano Beach. Beth El will
provide a champagne bus ride
from the temple to the art
gallery.
The fall exhibit will include
works of art by Calder, Amen,
Dali, Hibel, Leiberman, Miro,
Pang, Neiman, Nierman and
many others. For further in-
formation, contact Temple Beth
El.
Dr. Richard Shugarman, Palm
Beach County Israel Bond
chairman, has announced Lou
Lockett of Palm Beach as this
year's B'nai B'rith county
chairman.
Lockett is a well known
resident of Palm Beach and
active in all facets of community
life. In accepting this position,
Lockett stressed the importance
of the new SI billion economic
development for peace loan issue
launched late in 1979 to help
provide some of the funds needed
to transform the 4,500 square
mile Negev desert region into an
industrial and civilian complex.
-NOTE-
Political Reading Material and Advertising in this issue are not
to be construed as an endorsement by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
Hornstein School Plans
Fund-Raising Campaign
At the October meeting of the
Jewish Community Day School,
Max Tochner, chairman of the
capital development committee,
and Phillip Siskin, chairman of
the building committee, reported
on the progress that is being
made toward construction of the
new facility on the Gladstone
tract on Haverhill Road.
Siskin reported that the
contracts are currently being
drawn to begin construction of
the classroom and administration
buildings which will be followed
by the auditorium multi-purpose
building aa soon as the necessary
funds are available.
Tochner reported that the
current estimated total cost of
the entire new facility including
the landscaping, furnishings,
etc., requires that the school raise
a total of $1,300,000. Current
pledges and prospective com-
mitments amount to ap-
proximately $850,000. This
means that the school must raise
an additional $450,000 to insure
the completion of the facility for
the 1981-82 school year.
The entire school board and
parent body is being mobilized
for a campaign that will reach the
major leadership of the Jewish
community. The culminating
event of this campaign will be a
cocktail party honoring Irwin
and Jean Levy, the major
benefactors of the JCDS, which is
scheduled for the early part of
November at the home of Alan
and Barbara Shulman.
Dr. Howard Kay, the president
of the -board, expressed his
conviction that the school, which
currently has 146 students, the
highest enrollment in its history,
will receive the support that it
deserves from the community aa
they recognize the importance of
the day school and Jewish
education.
Lou Lockett
"The basic program," Lockett
declared, "must be completed in
three years to meet the terms of
the Camp David agreement
between Israel and Egypt calling
for the redevelopment of vast
civilian and military populations
from the Sinai to the Negev."
This year more than ever
before Palm Beach County must
stand together and support the
Israel Bond Program, he said,
B'nai B'rith will play an active,
part in bringing together many
people from all over the county to
be counted and support Israel
through the purchase of Israel
Bonds, Lockett added.
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