Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County


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


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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach


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

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wJewisti fiendian
of Palm Beach County
in conjunction with Tin Jewish Federation ef Palm Baadi Ctnnty
-Number 22
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, October 31, I960
G Fnd Sfiodft
Price 36 Cent*
Jndowment Fund Committee CRC to Sponsor Mideast Conference
To Hold Tax Seminar
The Endowment
oomittee of the
deration of Palm
nty will sponsor
its second
seminar for
rfessonals at 4 p.m., Thursday,
20, at the Breakers Hotel in
i Beach.
program will include
enutions by Norman A.
trman and Shepard King,
tax attorneys with special
in the field of en-
*ments and charitable con-
fibutions. The presentation and
uestion and answer session will
i followed by cocktails and a
tffet. Adjournment is scheduled
I The purpose of the meeting is
continue the Federation's
to keep the professional
nunity informed of the
ration's Endowment
ogram and abreast of
chniques for effective and
ent philanthropic giving.
_garman will discuss "The
avantageous Use of Charitable
_j and Trusts in Family and
business Tax Planning." He will
i discuss the use of charitable
trusts, charitable split in-
st trusts and remainder
King will be discussing
s advantages and consequences
i of special lands of assets
dueling stock, appreciated
and other tangible and
nble property.
garman is a member of the
firm of Raker & Hostetler of
veland and Washington, D.C.
is a former assistant com-
[oung Leadership
Award Winner
missioner of Internal Revenue
and has served as chairman of the
National Endowment Fund
Development Committee of the
Council of Jewish Federations.
He has published many articles
and lectured on the tax treatment
of charitable giving and
charitable organizations and is
co-author of a new book entitled
Tax Exempt Charitable
King is a member of the Miami
law firm of Steel, Hector & Davis.
He is an adjunct professor at the
University of Miami Law School
and is the chairman of the Miami
Federation's Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies' legal and
tax committee.
The Florida Bar and State
Board of Accountancy have
approved two hours of continuing
professional education credits for
the program. There will be no
solicitation of funds.
Further information regarding
reservations, program content or
professional credits can be ob-
tained by contacting Stanley
Hyman at the Federation office,
Phil Weinstein, chairman of
the Israel Mideast Task Force of
the Community Relations
Council of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, an-
nounced that the fourth annual
Mideast Conference will be held
on Monday, Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m.,
at Temple Beth El, 2815 North
Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach.
"Recent events have had a
profound influence on Israel's
position in the Middle East. The
national election, the Iran-Iraq
War, the attempt by the UN
General Assembly to expel
Israel, and the eruption of anti-
Semitic violence in Europe, all
have dramatic implications for
the future of Israel and the entire
Mideast region. Therefore, this
year's conference takes on added
importance," stated Weinstein.
Keynote speaker for the event
will be Rabbi Israel Miller, senior
vice president of Yeshiva
University, who is chairman of
the Israel Task Force of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council.
Rabbi Miller will focus on U.S.-
Israel relations, key issues in
negotiations, and recent events.
Following Rabbi Miller's
address, Doug Bloomfield,
director of legislation of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, will analyze the
changes in the new Congress and
what the Jewish vote meant.
The entire community is urged
to attend so as to have the most
up-to-date information and
analysis of the Mideast scene.
There is no charge for admission.
Phil Weinstein
Rabbi Israel Miller
CJF Launches Family
Support Program
West Faces Loss of Oil I
If PLO State Is Created I
| Tochner, chairman of the
~ Leadership Development
o*mm of the Jewish Fed-
**n of Palm Beach County,
receive the National Young
turship award to be given at
' Detroit General Assembly in
wm&er. Tochner it a member
United Jewish Appeal
ttonal Young Leadership
tt and also serves as a
*nber 0f the board of directors
r^ Jewish Federation of Palm
*<* County. He is past presi-
fy of the Jewish Community
J chol and also a founding
filrJ f the board f directors
Jewish Community Center
-* j Beacktt- I" 1978, he
*ved the Community Service
"* from the Jewish Fed-
w Palm Bwch County for
La" "* servict to the Jewish
"Money. He is listed in
^?Ca,?M*', of Science" end
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creation of a Palestinian state
will lead to a cutoff of oil to the
free world, warned Yitzhak
Berman, Speaker of the Israeli
Knesset, in an address before
more than 500 delegates at-
tending the 82nd national
convention of the Zionist
Organization of America at the
Capital Hilton Hotel.
"The greatest danger from the
formation of a second Palestinian
state there is one already in
Jordan is to the We* The
west will lose its access to oil," he
Berman said that the
destruction of Israel is only one
of the goals of the Palestinian
Liberation Organization. "Its
aim ia to create a united Arab
nation, a revolutionary regime,"
which, he said, will turn the
entire Middle East with the
exception of Israel into "either
another Cuba or another Iran.'
Also warning against any
attempt to accommodate the
PLO waa Harry Hurwitz, the new
Minister of Information for the
Israeli Embassy in Washington,
who spoke at a luncheon for ZOA
delegates. He said that a new
campaign has been launched by
the terrorist organization to
create an image of respectability
and acceptability, while both the
so-called "moderate" wing and
openly extremist elements
continue to call for the an-
nihilation of the Jewish State.
The current Iran-Iraq war, said
HurwiU, points to the im-
portance of Israel in the region.
"In this great sea ot turbulence,
Israel stands as an island of
tranquility, stability and
dependability," he told delegates.
HurwiU vowed that "no
pressures, threats or demands
inconsistent with Israel's
national interests can have any
effect," and that having made
peace with Egypt a reality, it ia
confidently proceeding on a
course of normalization. ^
The convention also heared
addresses by all three major vice
presidential candidates: Vice
President Walter Mondale and
Gov. Patrick Lucey on Oct. 18
and Ambassador George Bush at
the closing banquet on Sunday
Oct. 19.
In addition to Berman and i
HurwiU, other Israeli officials
who addressed the convention
were Yitzhak Moday, Minister of
Energy and Infrastructure, and
Ephraim Evron, Iarael a
Ambassador to the United
Delegates gathered for the
four-day convention to discuss
issues facing Israel and American
Jewry under the theme of
Capitals of Freedom." Ivan J.
Novick, president of the ZOA,
has called the conclave a
solidarity rally for Israel and
undivided Jerusalem.
The ZOA, which was founded
in 1897, represents a family
membership of- 150,000. The
organization works to safeguard
the independence and integrity of
the State of Israel and the welfare
of the Jewish people everywhere.
NEW YORK The Council of
Jewish Federations is launching
a two-year project aimed at
assisting Federations in
developing a community support
system to strengthen the Jewish
The program will officially
begin with a major Forum at the
CJF General Assembly Thurs-
day, Nov. 13, which will include
ceynote addresses by Kabbi
Raymond A. Zwerin of Temple
Sinai, Denver, and Prof. Gerald
B. Bubis, director. School of
Jewish Communal Service,
Hebrew Union College, Los
Angeles. These addresses will be
followed by five concurrent
workshops on family life-cycle
The CJF program under the
leadership of the Community
Planning Committee is
designed to aid Federations in
developing their role as the focal
point of a systematic, community
approach to the Jewish family at
every stage in the life-cycle.
Chairperson Esther Leah Rita
of Milwaukee has called for a new
dimension of Federation concern
and creative leadership in
bringing together the expertise
and resources of Jewish com-
munal agencies and institutions
in a concerted integrated ap-
proach to strengthening the
Jewish family.
Council has developed
guidelines indentifying the major
stages in the Jewish family life-
cycle, and the tasks or situations
facing the family in each stage.
As part of the two-year project,
planning committees in target
Federations will be requested to
submit model programs or
program concepts designed to
serve families in a designated life-
cycle stage.
These program models, along
with a theoretical background
and bibliography, will be t
published by Council and made
available to all Federations, to
aid them in the development of a
local support system most ap-
propriate to their communities.
The Council of Jewish
Federations is the association .of
200 Federations, Welfare Funds
and Community Councils which
serve nearly 800 communities
and embrace over 95 percent of
the Jewish population of the
United States and Canada.
* JNF Forest Slated For Galilee
group of Mexican Sephardic
leaders inaugurated a Jewish
National Fund forest in western
Galileo in the name of the
Mexican Sephardic community
and commemorating 31 of its
recent leaders, now
Aharon Capon, heading the
group, unveiled a marble plaque
at the forest, near Achihud, and
said on behalf of the Sephardic
Zionist Federation of Mexico that
"This forest represents the
sternal link between the Jewish
people and ita land."
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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October 31. I960
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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local AJC Group Honors Barbara Shubnan
Lrbara Shulman will be the
of honor at the annual
.rtership cocktaU party of
fpalm Beach County Chapter,
lerican Jewish Committee.
iThe party will be held Wed-
lay Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. at the
|n honoring Barbara
Ihulman. the American Jewish
lommittee expresses ap-
Liation for her dedication,
leadership, and service to the
Jewish community," stated
Arnold J. Hoffman, president of
the Palm Beach County Chapter,
Barbara Shulman has been an
active builder of the Jewish
community for many years. She
served as president of Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County in 1979,
and previously she served as
Hadassah Education Da
Lake Worth-South Palm Beach
upter of Hadassah and Palm
ach Chapter will hold their
pnual Education Day on
hursdav Nov. 13. from 10 a.m.
2:30 p.m. at Temple Israel
N. Flagler Dr., West Palm
ie keynote speaker is Mrs.
harles J Weiner of Atlanta,
regional Zionist public
lations chairman. She is a
fcrmer national vice president
a past president of the
butheasi Region;
Rabbi Joel Chazin, spiritual
der of Temple Emanuel, Palm
each, will give a dissertation on __
rish Family Life. Harvey
fosner will speak on the life of
il. Mickey .Marcus. Bring a
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Mrs. Charles Weiner
Women's Division Campaign
chairman. During the past 16
years, she has chaired numerous
affaire for the United Jewish
Appeal in the New York area, and
for the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
Barbara is a commentator for
the television program,
"Mosaic," sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. The program focuses on
individuals and events of par-
ticular interest to the Jewish
community, and Barbara has
interviewed numerous authors,
politicians, leaders, and
academicians of national
prominence. She is a member of
the National Jewish Media Board
and the National Board of
Women's Division.
In 1978, Barbara participated
in the first International
Women's Conference in
Amsterdam and Israel, and she
served as executive producer of
"The Bridge," a multi-media
presentation highlighting the
During the 1977 Women's
Division Campaign, Barbara
originated and chaired the
"Burdine's Celebration"
Barbara Shulman
program, which won the 1977
Public Relations Award from the
Council of Jewish Federations. In
1978, Barbara was honored by
the Temple Beth El Sisterhood as
Woman of the Year.
The American Jewish Com-
mittee is this country's oldest
human relations organization. It
works to achieve full civil rights
for all Americans and to insure
full participation of Jews in the
social, economic, and political life
of our society. The American
Jewish Committee shares with all
Jewish organizations a com-
mitment to the survival of the
State of Israel in the midst of her
hostile neighbors. The committee
is also committed to the survival
of Jewish life in America.
The Palm Beach County
Chapter of AJC has, in the past,
worked to end discrimination
against Jews in real estate sales
in Palm Beach County,
established dialogue with
Christian clergy and laymen, and
last year, brought together all
segments of the Jewish com-
munity to form a Palm Beach
County task force on the Jewish
family an independent "think
tank" that identifies issues which
relate to the Jewish family and
makes recommendations for
programs to support and
strengthen the Jewish family.
Recently, the Palm Beach
County Chapter AJC sponsored a
meeting on the impact of fun-
damentalist religions' activity on
For further information about
the American Jewish Committee,
contact Arnold Hoffman's office.
Don't let Reagan
and the right wing
win this one!
Some people are talking about
sitting out this election. Or voting
for Republican John Anderson. (It's
the same thing.)
Well, if we want to elect Ronald
Reagan and his right wing
supporters, that makes a lot of
sense. Just as it did for those
who helped Nixon beat Hubert
Humphrey in 1968.
But before we do that, take a
look at who's not sitting out
this election.
The rightwingers think 1980 is
their year. They see the radical right
on the rise. Now, with Republican
Ronald Reagan, these groups are
ready to take charge. And impose
their narrow, exclusive views on the
rest of us.
But we can stop them.
Jimmy Carter and Walter
Mondale stand proudly in the
progressive, humane tradition of
Democrats like Franklin Roosevelt
and Harry Truman.
They've shown their courage by
fighting for principles of social
justice, concern for the needy, a
fair deal for the elderly, and human
rights that have always characterized
the Democratic Party.
That's why the same people
who opposed Roosevelt, Kennedy,
stand today behind the extremist
Reagan wing of the Republi-
can Party.
For Israel. Fw Human Rights.
Jimmy Carter. His name means
human rights throughout the world.
The Carter Administration has
worked hard to increase Jewish
emigration from the Soviet Union.
By 1979, it totalled more
than 50,000.
President Carter is committed
to what Israel needs fo survive:
? Secure and recognized borders
of Israel.
? An undivided Jerusalem with
free access for all faiths to the
holy places.
? No independent Palestinian
? No negotiations with, or recog-
nition of, the P.L.O.
? Energy Independence. President
Carter knows that, to resist
blackmail in the Mid East, the
United States must reduce its
dependence on OPEC oil. That's
why he won a tough windfall
profits tax to pay Tor conserva-
tion and development of new
energy sources. And todav, oil
imports are down 1.5 million
barrels a day compared
to 1976.
Truman, Johnson, and Humphrey
Re-Elect President Carter
and Vice President Mondale.
The Democrats.
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Friday, October 31.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Utter to the Editor
'Judaism Is at Stake if We Aren't Heard9
Political Reading Material and Advertising in this issue are not
to be construed as an endorsement by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
cnlTOR. The Jewish Floridian
m Beach County.
of Palm
How much
more can Israel
crifice in its quest for peace?
How far in appeasement? Is the
Em of Hitler's Munich of 1939
2 England's appeasement
already forgotten?
Israel, to prove its good faith,
t considerable risk to its
security, has given up the Sinai;
the oil fields; strategic military
bases; and fortifications. Where
is the quid pro quo7
Within recent months, Egypt
has begun to propagandize the
Jerusalem issue, with demands
that the holy city no longer be
recognized as the capital of
Israel, that Jerusalem must be
under Arab sovereignty and
regarded as the capital of an
independent Palestinian state.
responded to these allegations by
unanimously passing the "Basic
Law, Jerusalem" reaffirming
the orthodoxy of Jerusalem's
complete unity with Israel as its
The U.N. Security Council
wasted no time in passing a
resolution censuring Israel for its
action, calling for the removal of
foreign embassies from
Jerusalem. The vote was
unanimous with one abstention,
the U.S. whose silence on so
crucial an issue to Israel when its
veto would have defeated the
resolution was a cowardly choice
and presages the uncertainties
that await Israel.
King David established
Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
KHMi years ago. In the ensuing
centuries, it has known recurring
periods of glory, conquest,
destruction but always' returned.
Il was the cradle from which
Judaism emerged as a religion, a
faith, a civilization and the
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Jerusalem has been molded and
in turn has molded the history of
a land and its people, giving
courage, tenacity and expression
to their hopes, their passions and
their belief in the Almighty. Can
we surrender these ageless links
to our Judaic roots and call
ourselves Jews?
A dominant prayer in the Sidur
pleads for "Next Year in
Jerusalem," and one of the most
moving passages in the Bible
reads "If I Forget Thee Oh
Jerusalem May May Right Hand
Lose Its Cunning And My
Tongue Cling To The Roof Of My
has always maintained that the
State of Israel is not just another
political' entity but is a Jewish'
state with responsibility to
pursue 'Jewish' identity, that
association with the past' is not
merely one of nationalistic and
historical values but that Torah.
Jewish values and Israel are one
?nd indivisible. What the Bible,
he Sidur and Begin spell out is
that Jerusalem is the Eternal
Capital and spiritually in-
separable from the Mother Land
Israel, and the spiritual anchor to
the Heritage. Identity and Hopes
of the Jewish race.
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Could it be that Sadat is
forcing the Jerusalem issue as
bargaining leverage in his quest
for an independent Palestinian
state or is there a deeper motive,
to deprive the Jewish state of the
root of its Hebrew religious
orthodoxy and faith, thereby
submerging the single most
relevant link to our heritage with
the eventual assimilation of
Israel into a political entity
It was the prophet Nathan who
warned that "Nationhood does
not secure a people's ideals; but
corrupts them: it is a means
dedicated to the survival of
political Nationhood regardless
of human and ethical cost and
morality," encouraging
materialism to take over.
At stake is not the Jewish race
but Judaism, our heirloom that
came down to us through the 10
Commandments. It will be up to
World Jewry. especially
America'9 6 million, that must
make itself heard on every issue
threatening Israel. Jerusalem
and the Jewish people. It is our
children I have in mind, the
future belongs to them.
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A vote for Gene Campbell is a vote
to uphold the constitution of the
United states Separation of
Church and State
Re-elect Gene CampbPM
House of Representatives
District 82
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stcnoediate. advanced and
translation Hebrew Con-
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modern American Jewish.
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Breaking bread' as a symbol of
peace, friendship, warmth and hos-
pitaliry B a edition that is as old as
the Bible itself
Although far from being as old as
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has been pan of that tradition for
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.October 31.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
Jews Anxious About Schmidt Victory
rty (SDP)
oral victory of Chan-
Helmut Schmidt's
and his Free
Imocratic Party (FDP)
Jition partner headed by
ireign Minister Hans-
]etrich Genscher has
Lived anxiety in West
Jrmany's small Jewish
nmunity over the Bonn
fernment's openly pro-
Lb policies in the Middle
I 30,000 Jews living in the
Republic and West
have long had doubts.
nidi was invited to visit
1 as long ago as 1975 and the
i still stands. But he has
lore recently, 10 days elapsed
Ire an official spokesman
Id it necessary to deny a
lest in Der Spiegel that
pidt had denounced Israeli
> Minister Menachem Begin
try sharp terms, describing
as a "danger for world
IE DENIAL was issued
after persistent questions by
iress, an open letter from a
German organization of
h Holocaust survivors
the alleged remarks by
idt as an "insult to the
Jewish people." and an
_ request for clarification
the Israeli Kmbassy.
in then, a government
tsman at first did not deny
lidt's reported remarks in
entirety. He said they were
directed against Hegin
mally but as his settlement
lie* in the occupied
lories Eventually, under
pued questioning bv the
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Until recently, the Jewish
community has kept a low
profile. Its leaders rarely spoke
out on the issue of Bonn's
eroding support for Israel and its
increasing tendency to woo the
oil producing Arab states. But
after the Venice summit meeting
of the European Economic
Community (EEC) leaders where
a declaration was issued urging
that the Palestine Liberation
Organization be associated with
the Middle East peace process,
the central organization of
German Jews issued a strong
protest. Bonn wields considerable
influence in the councils of the
THE ARAB-Israeli conflict
was hardly touched upon during
the recent election campaign. But
in its closing stages, the op-
position candidate for Chancellor,
i Franz-Joseph Strauss, leader of
the Christian Democratic Union
(CDU), became an outspoken
critic of the government's
Mideast policies.
He visited Israel and Egypt
and denounced Bonn's ap-
peasement of the Arab rejec-
tionist states. He drew angry
retorts from Schmidt who also
faced criticism from within the
SDP. notably from Herbert
Wehner, chairman of its
Parliamentary faction. This
caused some embarrassment to
Schmidt but did not bring about
a significant change of policy.
Strauss, for his part, was never
a favorite candidate. With his
defeat, the weight of his
relatively pro-Camp David stance
has largely dissipated, and Sch-
midt is free to continue his
policies that are likely to cause a
further deterioration of relations
with Israel. The Jewish com-
munity is too small to exercise
any meaningful political in-
fluence and is expected to con-
centrate on community life rather
than national politics.
AS FAR as the well-being of
Jews in West Germany is con-
cerned, there are no differences
between the SDP-led coalition
and the CDU opposition. Both
are committed to the principle of
helping to renew Jewish life in
this country and are generous in
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Israel's security appears to be
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VOTE FOR AL COOCLER for a real change O
US CONGRESS Pun 'or ny me Coogier lor Congress Comn Jeanette aA Conho Tre.< y ^P**' M
Can American Jews
afford 4 more
years of Jimmy Carter?
Ronald Reagan says: No!
Jimmy Carter had no record of
support for Israel before he decided
to run for President. Ronald Reagan
has been a friend and supporter of
Israel since that nation's creation
in 1948.
Jimmy Carter made all the
right campaign statements in 1976,
including one pledging unwavering
support for Israel. Once safely
elected, he began to suffer from
an attack of "even-handedness."
He chopped the military budget,
lessening America's ability to
defend Israel. He approved the
highly controversial sale of 60 F-15's
to Saudi Arabia. He approved the
sale of U.S. made turbine engines
for Iraqi warships; and he agreed to
sell 100 U.S. battle tanks to Jordan.
Mr. Carter has done little to
combat terrorism, failing to even
spotlight the fact that the P.L.O. is
tied to terrorist organizations in
Europe, Africa, Latin America and
Asia. Mr. Carter failed to oppose the
opening of a P.L.O. propaganda
office in Washington, D.C., and did
not oppose the State Department's '
granting of a permit to P.L.O. fund-
raisers in this country. President
Carter then said, "there should be a
homeland for the Palestinians."
In fact, Mr. Carter has violated
a 1975 U.S. agreement with Israel
never to deal with the P.L.O. as long
as that organization refused to
recognize Israel's right to exist. He
has undermined Israel's position in
the world and at the United Nations
sometimes by joining, sometimes by
abstaining on flagrantly anti-Israel'
In the aftermath of the most
recent such U.N. action, Governor
Reagan said: "I was appalled to see
the United States abstain rather
than veto the resolution passed by
the U.N. Security Council." He
added that he would have vetoed
it because it "undermines progress
toward peace by putting the United
Nations on record against Israel and
on one side of the sensitive issues of
the status of Jerusalem."
Forgetfulness is a luxury we
cannot afford... remembrance is the
first line of defense for American
Jewsfor all Jews.
Today, Jimmy Carter wants the
Jewish vote again. He has many
more fine sounding things to say
again. This time, American Jews
have something to say to Jimmy
Carter: NO!
Governor Reagan:
A friend of Israel for
more than 30 years.
Governor Ronald Reagan's views
on the Middle East are based on
long-term policies, not short-term
politics. He has been a friend of
Israel for more than 30 years and
his record is based on lifelong
principles and commitments.
In a speech before the B'nai
B'rith Convention on September 3,
1980 Governor Reagan declared:
? Israel is a major strategic
asset to America and a strong
secure Israel is clearly in America's
self interest.
D The P.L.O. is a terrorist
organization whose leadership
is committed to violence and
aggression against Israel;
Q Resolutions in the United
Nations which undermine Israel's
positions and isolate her people
should be vetoed because they
undermine progress toward peace;
D Jerusalem is now, and should
continue to be, one city undivided,
with continuing free access for all.
Compare Ronald Reagan's long-
term policies with Jimmy Carter's
short-term politics. Evaluate the
performance of the Carter Admin-
istration over the last 3Vfe years.
When you DO you'll know that
INDEED the time is now
for Reagan.
The time

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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beach County
Pag* 9
Temple Beth David of Northern Palm Beach County recently held a cocktail party to kick off their cam-
paign for the immediate construction of a synagogue building. The above picture is the artist's rendering
of the proposed building. A three-week campaign pledge drive will last through the first week in
November and culminate in a victory celebration in late November. Groundbreaking is planned for March
Profile of a Rufusenik-Mina Gelfgat
By Soviet Jewry
Task Force
Community Relations Council
William Dansker, Chairman
Arkady Gelfgat left Kharkov
and repatriated to Israel in April
1978. The following year his
mother, father, sister, wife Mina
and their son Leonid tried to join
him. Arkady's mother, father and
sister never received the many
invitations he sent them from
Israel, so they could not apply
officially. His wife Mina sub-
mitted her papers in September
1979. She and their seven-year-
old son Leonid were refused on
the basis of "insufficient kin-
Arkady and Mina were married
on Oct. 27, 1971. Their son
Leonid was born the following
year. Soviet authorities insisted
that the couple divorce before
Arkady's departure in 1978.
Mina s father, a member of the
Communist Party, refused to
give his daughter permission to
apply for an exit visa for a long
Finally, in 1979, Mina was able
to submit her application. She
lost her job with "Promtrans-
project," a design firm in
Kharkov. She now works as a
cashier in a savings bank, but her
salary of 72 rubles a month is
insufficient to support herself
and her son.
In a letter of appeal, Arkady
"My wife Mina P. Gelfgat,
born 1949, and my son Leonid A.
Gelfgat. born 1972 applied
for visas to Israel to join me, and
last month received a refusal with
the reason: "According to my
situation today, I am not the
father of my child or a husband of
my wife."!!!
"My wife is 30 and was dis-
charged from her job after the
application for papers to the Visa
Department. Now she is without
means of living. It is difficult to .
understand, that in 'Year of the
Child,' announced by the UN
Organization, my child cannot
live with his father and mother
together, with sufficient means of
"Officially, the Soviet
authorities refuse to grant visas,
only to persons having access to
State secrets. Hence the refusal
of my family's visa is unlawful,
according to their own statement.
**I ask you to pay attention to
my family'8 difficult situation in
the USSR, and help them to leave
for Israel and join me."
Born: March 13 1949
Occupation: Designer
Marital: Married to
Arkady Gelfgat
Son Leonid, born 1972
Applied: September 1979
Refused: December 1979
Reason for
refusal: Insufficient kinship
Mina P. Gelfgat
309 Academician Pavlov Street
Apt. 83
Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Husband in Israel
Arkady Gelfgat
20 Arbel Street, Apt. 7
It has been said, "Life Begins at Forty." Well, Ida and Lou
Schaefer did just that! After 40 years of marriage, they moved
to West Palm Beach, joined Temple Beth El and began a new
life and lifestyle.
Lou does advertising for the Condo-News, and Ida is bridal
coordinator for the Pioneer Company.
November is a banner month. This November 16 marks their
50th wedding anniversary and Ida's birthday. A special party
will be held at the Breakers in Palm Beach. This special occasion
is being hosted by their son and daughter-in-law Jerry and
Linda from New York City. Family and friends from coast to
coast will be on hand to help celebrate this beautiful "simcha."
Ida and Lou, we wish you Mazol Tov and continued good
health and good living. You certainly spread joy and gladness to
all who know and love you. (Ida, you also write beautifully!)
Do you know the way to San Jose. .? Bea and Murray Kern
certainly do. Daughter Carolyn and son-in-law Greg Keriin just
gave birth to their first child, Aaron Michael. Aaron also
happens to be the first grandchild. We know he will have to be a
special young man because his grandparents certainly are. Both
Bea and Murray are chaplin aids, and Murray is chairman.
Enjoy, Enjoy!
A special get well to Marjorie Ingram and to Rita Sher. We
are glad to hear that you both are feeling better. Marjorie and
Rita are actively involved in the Chaplain's Aid Program. We
need you.
A summer in Vienna on scholarship and all. Harriet Carter
spent two months in Vienna this past summer studying Ger-
man. Professionals from over 50 nations were admitted to the
university, and Harriet obtained a first prize in each of the two
courses she undertook. Harriet is a foreign language teacher at
the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach. Harriet is listed in
Two Thousand Women of Achievement and The Community
Leaders of America.
Harriet, it is marvelous tohave you as part of the Palm Beach
County community.
Democrat, Dist. 79. Fla. House of Rep.
Pd Pol *av Pd k b ElMnoc Wcirmock C*mpn Fund Damon May TroM
Barry Krischer, immediate past president of the Jewish Community
Day School, and his wife, Eva, were one of the poineer sukkah
building families in West Palm Beach. At the time the Krischers came
to the community several years ago, theirs was the first family to
build a home sukkah. Since that time, increasing numbers of day
school families and others have begun to observe the holiday in
traditional style by building a sukkah adjacent to their home so that
all of the meals could be eaten there.
After careful research we offer two medical plans-
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J* third annual Knesset election was held recently at the Benjamin S. Hornstem Elementary School of
Y1" Jewish Community Day School The students elected the officers and class representatives who will
**rn the Knesset (the student council) for the 5741 school year, seated are: Mark Weinberg, Peter Ray,
\{^or (treasurer, Joan Wertinshy, nasiah (president), Paul Tochner, sgan nasi (vice present), and
\lhn Siskin. Standing: First Row, David Marcus, Andy Fine, Stephanie Consor, KaraGlV-
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.^nberg, J,{{ Schimelman, and Becky Blank, maskira (secretary) Back Row: Jeffrey Tochner,
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.October 31,1980
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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Be
ach County
!*!? OttobM
Perspectives on Jewish Education
Collaborative Efforts Pay Off
i Elsewhere in The Floridian is a
story and photo of the Jewish
Community Day School students
conducting a Kabbalat Shabbat
service for the residents of one of
the local area nursing homes that
has a large Jewish population.
This Mitzvah project was
organized as a collaborative
effort of the Jewish Community
Day School and the Federation
chaplaincy program directed by
Rabbi Alan Sherman.
The Jewish Community Center
has developed a much needed
aftar-school care program for
working parents. We are pleased
that, when our vans are not used
to transport Day School
students, they can help with
Our community is growing and
ever expanding. It will surely
grow and require additional
services that will tax our
resources. It is aa certain as
"death and taxes" that our needs
will outrun our ability to raise

We must, while we are
growing, learn from many older
and better established com-
munities, the value of actively
seeking out and developing
'' colla bo ra t ive o pportunities
Each federation agency should
share its expertise with the
others and, cooperatively, with
the community.
The New Benjamin S. Hor-
nstein Elementary School of the
Jewish Community Day School
on Haverhill Road will have. God
willing, a kitchen that will
provide a federally funded kosher
hot lunch program. Can such a
facility help the National Council
of Jewish Women serve a
community-wide expanded
kosher "meals on wheels*' ser-
vice? It will have an excellent
athletic facility for its physical
education classes. Can these be
used, in collaboration with the
Jewish Community Center for a
good community athletic
program? The new classrooms
can surely serve expanded adult
education needs.
Mordecai Levow
Can we meet the challenge of
developing a coordinated system
of transportation that will serve
our students, those of the Jewish
Community Center, and the
needs of the older population of
clients of the Jewish Community
Center and the Jewish Family
and Children's Service?
Can we make the
Media Library Center of the
school an upto-date Central
resource to every Jewish group in
the area? The list is endless, the
challenge is great. Only
collaboration, cooperation,
determination and imagination
will make it happen.
Members of the second year YoungL^adershipDeveTT!^
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County oDeZT,l'r
year program dealing with the PLO. The program dealt "
propaganda and effective ways to deal with this problem Tk i
Leadership Development program is sponsored by thej-l"
eration of Palm Beach County, in cooperation with tkJrUh \
Jewish Federations and the United Jewish Appeal Tfc
le prograH
seminars, lectures and weekend retreats. National an'd'kT''
courages and stimulates the training and development of
leaders for the organized Jewish community through int., '
community through intentiv
speakers are invited to speak to the groups on a wide ranee n!
topics. '
Goldstein Named Menorah PR Director
Oscar "Zeke" Goldstein has
been named director of public
relations for Menorah Chapels of
Sunrise, Margate and Deerfield
He will be responsible for
coordinating speaking
engagements and other com-
munications for the funeral
Goldstein brings 33 years of
professional experience with the
national B'nai B'rith
organization to his new position.
He recently retired as director of
community services and lodge
services for B'nai B'rith District
One, an area which includes the
northeastern United States and
Eastern Canada.
Since moving to Florida in
1975, Goldstein has been active
in civic and religious affairs. He
serves as leadership development
vice chairman for District Five of
B'nai B'rith, which encompasses
the southeastern states. For the
Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith, he is co-chairman
for membership and also
leadership development chair-
Locally, Goldstein is a board
member of the Blue Star Lodge of
B'nai B'rith and a member of the
Margate Lodge. He is a member
of Temple Beth H illel of Margate,
of the Margate Jewish Center
and the Jewish Community
Center in Sunrise.
A student of Jewish humor and
tradition for many
Goldstein has lectured L
groups and synagogues on L
such as "The Jewish Famih"
There Still a Need forltr
"Can the Jewish
Survive the'80s?"
He also speaks on u
Jewish communities,
has investigated during
tensive travels. His visul
Jewish communities in
countries, including the So
Union, Israel and Czechoslovi
provide material for these t
A native of Brooklyn, .
stein now lives in Tamarack
his wife Frances.
Why Vote, Anyway!
Meridith Consor and Joan Werlinsky, students at the Benjamin S
Hornstein Elementary School of the Jewish Community Day School,
are shown conducting part of Kabbalat Shabbat services at the
Lakeside Health Center. In the background are Jeffrey Tochner and
Alexis Kranz. The entire eighth grade class journeyed lu the Center on
Friday afternoon, Oct. 17, to initiate a program of "Mitzvah Service''
to the Jewish residents. Other students who participated were Ellen
Abrams, Dafna Cohen. Monica Kay, Gary Lesser, Jlyse Phillips and
Judy Tenzer. Each week a different class will conduct the service
under a plan arranged by the chaplaincy service directed by Rabbi
Alan Sherman, the Jewish Federation's community chaplain.
Vice Chair,
Community Relations Council
Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
If you have been asking your
self this question, you may be one
lit many If you believe all can-
didates look alike, and it doesn't
matter, take a careful look at
their records. There are issues at
-take that can affect your life and
the lives of generations to come.
In the past few months, we
have all become aware that single
issue groups are threatening the
American political system, a
traditional system of give-and-
take compromise for the national
good. Candidates are being
judged, and attacked, by these
ultra-reactionary groups on
single issues often in the case
of incumbents on a single vote.
Not to vote, is to give these
groups the power to control the
Who will be picked
Supreme Court vacancies, i
foreign policy, control
mental pollution and
stability, as well as funds
to people, are issues to bed
by those men and women i
elected on Nov. 4.
ample resources newsp
television, radio and candid
meetings, to help you
which candidates best rep
your point of view. Yours
responsibility as a citizen if i
only to vote, but to
formed decisions and to ck
candidates with inttf
honesty and ability.
Voting is a barometer i
vigor of democracy. D
is in serious trouble i
don't vote. The danger
government of the people,:
people, and by the people,!
become government by Us^
and for the few.
County Property Appraiser
M. M. A*. Dav* tMd Came**m> Kn4
Jack Komitor, chaplain aide of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, joins with a Lakeside Nursing Home visitor in lighting the
Sabbath candle*.

, October 31.1M0
The Jewish Floridian ofPalmBeach County
Page 13
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In bowl, combine all ingredients Serve
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hot vegetables. Or chill well and serve
as dip for potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am not just a casual reader of
the Jewish Floridian, or an in-
nocent bystander on matters of
Jewish concern. Now for
The Jewish Floridian of Oct. 3
on the Baptist convention does
not mention at all that Ronald
Reagan addressed that con-
vention, nor does it say that
Reagan concluded by saying,
"You don't endorse me, but I
endorse you."
Also on your editorial page, the
top of that article starts with
religious hypocrisy, and it
discusses the proceedings of that
convention again no mention
of the Reagan presence or his
speech and his embrace of their
! am puzzled by your omitting
the Reagan name, since he
certainly is an important name
and was carried by most
newspapers in their reports on
the convention. I am puzzled by
this deletion since you pursue the
interest of Jewish causes with
dedication and vigor.
West Palm Beach
Coffee Cake
It has 304 less cabries than coffee
cake made with sour cream.
1 pkg (18 5 oz ) yellow cake mix
1 cup Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
11 cup water
2 eggs
1 cup chopped walnuts or
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
'? cup sugar
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions, substituting
Colombo Yogurt for 1 cup water
Pour half the batter into greased
and floured 13x9x2-inch
Combine nuts, cinnamon and
sugar Sprinkle half over batter Top
with remaining batter and nut
mixture Boke according to
package directions Cool in pan
ilwell Disavows His, Smith's Stand God Ignores Jewish Prayers
Jerry Falwell, the
ami'iuulist radio and
Ision preacher, has
lowed his statement
(only those redemmed
pus Christ could have
[prayers answered. He
rejected the assertion
|llow evangelist Rev.
Smith that "God
khty does not hear the
k of a Jew."
fell, who heads the right-
bolitical-religious Moral
K, expressed his views in
in statement issued after
an hour-long meeting here last
week with Rabbi Marc Tanen-
baum, director of interreligious
affairs of the American Jewish
Committee. The AJCommittee
released it on Friday.
"IT GRIEVES me," Falwell
declared, "that I have been
quoted as saying that God does
not hear the prayer of a Jew. My
position is that God is a respecter
of all persons. He loves everyone
alike. He hears the cry of any
sincere person who calls on him."
According to Falwell. "This is
a time for Catholics, Protestants,
Jews and Mormons to rise above
efforts to polarize or isolate us in
our efforts to a commitment to
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the moral principles on which
America was built. America is a
pluralistic republic. We may have
differing theological positions
but we must never allow this to
separate us as Americans who
love and respect each other as
united people."
Falwell said that "A very
healthy relationship has been
developing between Bible-
believing Christians in America
and the Jewish community .
The Jewish people in America
and Israel and all over the world
have no dearer friend than Jerry
HIS REMARKS to the effect
that God hears only Christian
prayers were made at Falwell's
Liberty Baptist Church in
Lynchburg, Va., during a Sunday
France Sign3
Up Saudis
PARIS (JTA) France
and Saudi Arabia have signed an
arms contract providing for the
sale of $3.5 billion of French-
made warships, helicopters and
missiles to the oil-rich kingdom.
The contract is one of the largest
ever signed by a West European
France will build four missile
warships and two tankers for the
Saudi navy and will equip them
with its latest model of sea-to-sea
missiles, the Otomat. France will
also provide Saudi Arabia with
Dauphin helicopters armed with
air-to-sea missiles and an
elaborate radar computer
enabling them to serve as the
"fire guidance brains" for the
Saudi warships.
Firemen on the Job
Swift action by the Jerusalem fire
brigade put out a fire in the
Church of the Holy Sepulchre in
the Old City. According to the
Fire Department, a devotional
candle fell on a wooden panel
which ignited
service where Republican
Presidential candidate Ronald
Reagan was also a speaker.
Falwell said at that time that
his views coincided with those of
Smith, president of the Southern
Baptist Conference, whose
remark that Jewish prayers were
unheard were made in Dallas last
Aug. 22. Falwell's church is not a
member of the Southern Baptist
Appearing on NBC-TVs
"Meet the Press," Falwell again
stressed that he believes that
God answers the prayers of all
people. He also said that he
believes in the separation of
church and state and is opposed
to a religious test for political
FALWELL denied that he and
other right-wing Christians were
trying to create a Christian
republic. He said he could
support for political office a Jew,
Catholic, Morman or anyone else
who supports his views. He also
said he hoped that media reports
will not destroy the good
relations that have existed
between fundamentalist
Christians and Jews for the past
20 years, chiefly over the issue of
Israel. He said the best friend
Jews and Israel have in the
United States are Bible-believing
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isacc it
The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beacn county
H This President will never turn his back on Israel. This
President will never 'reassess' America's relationship
with Israel. This President will not use economic
and military aid to Israel as a lever against Israel-not
in the last four years, not now, and not in the next
four years."
President Carter
October 13,1980
iiThe United States does not deal with organizations
which attempt to accomplish their objectives by means
of terrorism. Terrorism is a crime against decency
and humanity-whether it occurs on the streets
of Paris or the streets of Jerusalem."
President Carter
October 13,1980
Let's put an end to innuendo!
Mote to Re -Elect
President Jimmy Carter
on November 4th.
The concerns and distortions that echo through the Jewish community about Jimmy
Carter today could make Ronald Reagan the next President of the I'm ted States \Ve have
written and signed this ad because we believe that this must not happen. that Mr. Carter has
been a good President-and that Ronald Reagan will bring us a fragile and uncertain future, not
only with respect to Israel, but with respect to the whole fabric of Amencan life.
If these concerns are in your head or heart, we urge you t< i keep reading We urge \xju to
make a reasonable prediction about what President Carter will really do in his second term.
There is only one way to do this. Take a look at what he has done in his first term-and not only
in connection with Israel.
This ad is our way oi speaking out. And it is time that wv do. The election is onl\
216 hours away
Wfe are going to vote for President Carter because his visit m of America is most like
The man who holds presidential power must use that pi >wvr in a humane way. to repair this
torn wx rid and to heal the people in it That is what Jewish tradition teaches. President Carter's
vision is of a a .mpassionate America, caring f providing refuge for the persecuted, working to enhance human rights ei eryu hen Vk are
convinced that President Carter's grasp of the monumental responsibilities i i the presidency
is not matched by Gwmor Reagan as he reaches today for this high office
In i/// the ways that count most. Iresident Jimmy Carter has strengthened Israel-and
thus strengthened .America's position in that explosive part of the world.
77ms is the President who has supplied Israel with more sophisticated military equipment
than did any of his predecessors.
This is the President who recommended more than $10 billion worth of military
and economic aid since 1977-more assistance than Israel has received in all the wars between
1948 and 1977.
This is the President who signed an agreement guaranteeing Israel an adequate oil
supply for the next fourteen years.
This is the President who fought against Israel's economic isolation by sponsoring and
signing tough legislation against the .Arab boycott.
This is the President who c pposes a PLO state-and who kept the PLO out of the World
Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
This is the President who seized on President Sadat's remarkable flight to Jerusalem
and helped turn this initiative into a peace treaty between Israel and her largest and stn ingest
Arab neighbi >r The Carter leadership at Camp David was pivotal, lie invited Begin and
Sadat to meet at a time when all the experts in the field of international relations were telling
him to lay off-that it would never wrk. They were wrong. The President was nght.
< ki i >ther impi .rtanl issues, 1 'resident Carter strike* the same note of leadership:
77ns is the I 'resident who fought the oil h >bbv to create the first comprehensive
Amencan energ) program aimed at reducing (hit dependence on foreign oil. And it's working!
This is the President who led the fight to win the loan guarantees that rescued New York
from hankruptcv.
This is the President who understands the compassionate traditions of the Democratic
Party. wh< i has f. iught hard ft national health insurance, full-employment legislation, increased
aid to education, greater assistance to senior citizens, greater equality fir women, a sound
Soda! Security system.
This is the I 'res/Jen! wti< >. while deeply religii us himself, sees clearly the dangers both to
religion and to the political process when religion moves toward making government p.
Jimmy Carter knows that separation ol church and state has heeri'thervu/ foundation oj
our freedoms in this pluralistic sotict)
(* mem Reagn's view is not pluralistic. It is narrow and opportunistic. Me sees
eye-toeye with those who haw taken to themselves the label. The Moral Majority." and on
his recent visit to Dallas, he said to them:
"I know you cant endorse me. But...I want vou to know that I can endorse MM."
Enough said.
Jimmy Carter is an established President who knows Israel and has worked affirmatively
with her leaders. Mr Reagan speaks well of Israel, but seldom in specifics. And he does not
speak from expenence He has never taken the time to go there.
We know what Resident Carter has achieved. There is no way at all to know what
Mr. Keagan would rea/Vi/ do.
Abraham Lincoln once said. "The dogmas of the quiet past are inadequate to the stormv
present. In our judgement, it would be a substantial mistake lor any American to trade this
experienced President for the uncertain and untested Ronald Reagan
Think about it. ^^
The mmarxl.*nrn*f..havesigrdthissUrte-Tnentareleadmaf the Amencan JfwhGmwss Bna. Bnth GW^ iw.c_, e.
United Jewish App.1 and otto m*. IX Je^h grcups Theyspeak ^^^Tfc^totSL^^ -T ** >*l Conference on Sovfery Jewry.
- ** '^^ST^ New York
Charkx Ballon
Martin CBarell
Abraham D Beame
Martio Begun
Rabbi Louis Bernstein
Rabbi Chaskel Besser
Rabbi Ham Bronstem
Richard A Brown
Zahava Bum*
Saul Cohen
Jonathan Fan*
Victor Gottarum
Binor Guggenheimer
Rabb. I I sher Kirshbium
Charles Kramer
Naomi Levine
Stanley Lowell
Steven Izidsin
Rabbi Bernard J Mandrlhaum
George Metssner
Bess Mvervm
Bernard W Nussbaum
l> Alien Pollack
Meyer Robinson
Albert Roth
Howard J. Rubenstein
Seng I> Sacks
Howard Samuels
Martin Segal
Stephen Snalom
Jacob Shemkmin
Menachem M. Shayovich
Maurice Somenhers
hatman SuKanik
Herbert Teraer
Simon Weber
Liliane Wirm
Sew Jersey
Sen Matthew Feldman
Judge Norman Heine, n't
Rabbi Arthur Hertzherg
Lewis Katz
Frank Liutenheig
Jacqueline Levu*
Sen Steven Perskie
Dr Joachim Prim
Gail Rosen
Howard Rosen
Alan Signer
Peter Shapim
Albert Stark
Sen LaurenceS Weiss
Rabbi Joseph Asher
Richard Blum
Rabb. Michael Brume
William K. CoMenb
June Hope Degnan
Mrs. Ann Kliaser
Mayor IXanne Feinstiin
Robert D Haas
Millijn Jacobs
Stuart G Muldau
Rahhi John Rosove
Edward R Sanders
Philip& Judith Sckaja
Adolph Schunun
Walter Shieenstein
Mi mi Si Inert
Barbara Skur
Richard SMar
R.sabelle T<*nner
Regina B. waldman
Sydney Gaiter
Judge Sol Clark
Edward & Susie Ebon
Rabbi Kmanuel Feldman
Sidney Feldman
Elliot Goldstein
Dr Marvin Goldstein
Maxine Goldstein
Rabh Ronald M. Goldstein
Gant.e Isaac Coodfriend
Charles A Harris
J"e Uenbcrg
Irving K. Kaler
C Kiciert Lipshutz
Lewis J Regenston
lb!.- M Schwartz
William B Schwaru III
Simni S Sehg. Jr
AJvin Sugarmari
Slevvn F. Winston
Annie Ackerman
Michael Adler
Hm Richard E Cerstetn
B.B Goldstein
Sol Goldstein
Marshall Hams
Ji*eph Kantnr
Shepard Kinn
RT wilhani Lehman
M..i Plums Miller
R-men Shewn
Marvland. Virginia.
Washington Area
Sen Rusalie Abrams
Laurel Bam i
Max Bern
KT Beniamm Gardin
^Won S C.rwn
Him 1-JlherC.awsmith
Hoi K.iher P German
i" .v Mn LeonGerhei
Sol Goldstein
Manlyn Uildwater
Michael B Gnas
Paula Hotlingrr
Itowd Llovd Kreeger
Ksthcr Kivraners
Hon Nithan Landow
Ira M. Lechner
Sen Laurence Lewtan
Ronald Shapiro
Charles E Smith
Mr & Mrs. Saul 1 Stem
Rahhi Jay Bnckman
Irvine K Chame
Umald I Grande
Mrs Jack Hertetz
Edward Levin
Rabh. Francis Barry SUmg
William BatoR. Phrladetphu
Oivid Blumberg. KnoxviUe
Harold Cotton. Worcester
Prol. .Alan DerahowiU. Cambndge
Hope Distetano. Chicago
Kitty Dukakis. Brookline
Leo Dunn, Boston
Ira Hams, Chicago
Eugene Haytow. Chicago
Amb. Lous Lemer. ChJcagii
Sen. Isidore Lowrle. Columtu
Theodore R Mann Philadelphia
Rahhi Bernard Ratkas. St Paul
Albert Ratner. Cleveland
Ron Rubin. Phi laderphu
Jerome Shettack Philadelphia
Bernard Solomon. Boston
Mrs. Drwey Dswid Stone. Bnki.i
Samuel Jai Tannenhaum. Cokrmhu
Mitchell Thorpe. Johnson Ot>
Amb Milton A Wo. Cleveland
Phi up Whim. Chxago
Re-Efect Presideiit Carter
and Vke President Mondale.
Ine Democrats.
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r 31.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
1,000 M-60 Tanks Due for Israel
^ Mondale has du>-
t Israel will have sub-
more than a thousand
V M-BO tanks. Ob-
aid this was the first
ber of tanks Israel is
d to receive over the next
s has been revealed.
e president made his
e as he and Patrick
the vice presidential run-
nate of Independent presi-
candidate John Ander-
tddressed more than 500
w the 82nd national
t,on of the Zionist Or-
Lion of America.
Ule stressed to the
Jtes that the people of
tast m, votes in our
ns but thev and Zion-
vervwhere have an
e stake in the results of
He noted that the Carter
tistration has provided
military assistance and
led a broader range of
[technical, capable military
knee to Israel" than "any
[Administration in Amer-
storv." .
, AVIV Prime Minister
fchem Begin sad that the
Vrried out by Israeli forces
th Lebanon last week was
j first of its kind and will
[the last. He said the oper-
|was yet another step in
continuing preemptive
kainst the terrorists.
[lilitary communique issued
l attack said at least nine
s were killed, and six
hgs were destroyed, along
fortified positions and
Its. The attacking forces,
sed of paratroops and an
brigade, suffered no
lies and returned safely to
| bases, the communique
[targets were Jarmaq and
I villages northwest of the
River. According to the
pique, these were bases
which artillery and
isha rocket attacks were
|ed against Israeli border
sand against the Christian
in south Lebanon. They
nanned by about 20 ter-
i. most ol t hem members of
qi-sponsored Arab Lib-
Front which is held
Isible for the attack on Kib-
lisgav Am earlier this year.
Used criminal Wolodymir
h, which opened here Sept.
' was briefly adjourned
'is month due to his hos-
^tion with chest pains, is
to resume Nov. 17, it
>rted by Jewish Ex-
News Editor David
st time, the prosecution
i defense will submit their
pts for findings of fact and
of law" showing
ch side feels the evidence
n and the law requires
present their final
- Neo-Nazi Marc
en, leader of the out-
ration of European
m. Action (FANE), was
to 18 months im-
t last week on charges
nent to racial hatred.
months of the sentence
Pspended. The 46-year-old
'"H clerk was also fined
'N?V. 2 TO MAY 5
Jean Schewin, president of the
court, said the Fredriksen articles
in his neo-Nazi newspaper. Our
Europe, constituted "a serious
breach of the peace" and were
offensive to millions of people.
One of Fredriksen's contentions
is that the Holocaust never
occurred but was a hoax invented
by Jews to extort money from
Department of Commerce has
agreed to disclose an estimated
auarter million pages of secret
documents disclosing the names
of the American companies that
participated in the Arab boycott
of Israel during an 11-year period
that included two Arab-Israeb
Secretary of Commerce Philip
Klutznick, who made the an-
nouncement, said the Depart-
ment's decision settled a Free-
dom of Information Act suit filed
on March 3, 1977 by Mark Green
Vice President Mondale
3,000 francs ($750) and 30,000
francs ($7,500) in damages to five
anti-Fascist and veterans
organizations which had brought
the civil suit against him.
Fredriksen was not in court.
He is still hospitalized for serious
injuries sustained when he and
other neo-Nazis clashed with a
group of Jewish militants at a
Paris railroad station.
George Rons experience in pub-
lic service is bosed on personal con-
cern for rhe needs of rhe people
According ro Governor Dob
Graham George Plan has oil of
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The Palm Beach Chapter
Hadassah is being joined by the
Lake Worth Sooth Palm Beach
Chapter for an educational day
Srogram to be held on Thursday,
lov. 13 at Temple Israel, West
Palm Beach from 10 a.m. to 2
Bring your sandwich. Coffee
will be served. Speakers will be
the national associate of
Hadassah, Laurel Weiner,
Harvey Fosner and Rabbi Joel
Chazin. ,
Fosner was a former counsel to
the U.S. Senate, and Rabbi
Chazin is the new rabbi of Temple
On Oct. 29 31. Yovel
Hadassah plans a St. Augustine
and Kennedy Space Center Trip.
For further information, contact
Lee Goldberg or Dorothy Isaccs.
On Nov. 5, a Flea Market is
planned at the West Palm Beach
Auditorium. For further in-
formation, contact Reba Strauss.
Merchandise needed.
Friday, Nov. 14, public is
invited to attend Hadassah
Sabbath at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. Hadassah members will
be conducting services. There will
be a guest speaker.
Thursday, Nov. 20 Yovel
membership meeting at
Congregation Anshei Sholom.
The program will be the Per-
formers, under the direction of
Estelle Baumann. All welcome.
Thursday, Nov. 27 30,
Thanksgiving weekend at the
Tarleton, Contact Bessie Hoff-
man, or Bertha Kaplan.
Reservation for Wednesday.
Dec. 10. Musical "Oliver" Royal
Palm Dinner Theatre. Limited
reservation. Luncheon will be
served before show. Contact
Esther Colon.
Sarah Gimble will conduct her
Study Group every fourth
Thursday. For further in-
formation, contact her.
Oct. 20. Tikvah Hadassah
announces a regular meeting at
Anshei Sholom. Last drawing for
early bird payment of dues, also
drawing for donor ticket for early
purchase of books for Edna
Hibel's lithograph, Vickie and
Children." Call Min Liebman.
Oct. 21 23, trip to Tampa
(Circus World, Busch Gardens,
Cypress Gardens). Proceeds to
youth activities. Chairman Min
Nov. 5 Tikvah Hadassah. as
part of West Palm Chapter of
Hadassah, will participate in a
Flea Market at the West Palm
Auditorium. If you have any
china, bric-a-brac, plants,
handicrafts, jewelry or new
clothes, call Helen Seidowitz.
Nov. 18 19, two-day trip to
Disney World. Proceeds to
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Chairman Emma Shipper.
Thanksgiving weekend at the
Sea Gull in Miami Beach.
Contact Tillie Rosenbaum. Jean
Raskin, Regina Pames.
Dec. 10 Chapter project,
Royal Palm Theatre. "Oliver."
Complete sitdown meal. Call
Martha Fein or Louise Lipkin.
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadasaah will hold its
next regular meeting at
Congregation Anshei Sholom,
Century Village, Wednesday,
Nov. 19, 12:30 p.m. Betty
Steinberg Tell will review Tulips
Are Red by Leesha Rose.
Do your holiday shopping at
Chapter Flea Market. Wed-
nesday. Nov. 5, 9 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. at West Palm Beach
Auditorium. Chairmen for
Shalom are Goody Levin and
Bertha Rubin.
Last call for reservations for
Mystery Evening, Sunday, Nov.
2. Phone Fran Nudelman, Mae
Podwol or Lillian Schack.
Fifth Annual Youth Aliyah
Chai luncheon will be held
Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Round
Table, Palm Lakes Blvd. Guest
speaker is Mrs. Charles J.
Weiner, region Zionist public
relations chairman; fashion show
by Lisa. Florence Shapiro and
Martha Starr are taking reser-
Augusta Steinhardt, education
vice president, has begun Study
Group sessions and will lead a
three-part series on post-Biblical
history. Call Augusta (Oxford
200) for dates. All welcome.
Shalom will participate in the
Chapter Oneg Shabbat. Nov. 14,
8:15 p.m. at Congregation
Anshei Sholom.
Chai Hadassah will hold a
paid-up membership luncheon on
Thursday. Nov. 20 at noon at the
Challenger Country Club at
Poinciana Place. County
Commissioner Dennis Koehler
will address the group and sign a
proclamation which will
acknowledge the forthcoming
celebration of the 128th an-
niversary of the birth of
Henrietta Szold, the founder of
Dorothy Mofson Kaye, vice
president of Florida Central
Region of Hadassah. will speak
on the subject of what mem-
bership in Hadassah means. She
is also regional conference
chairman, as well as on Region's
Speakers' Bureau. Former opera
star Majorie Talamo, a resident
of Poinciana Place, will again
entertain with selections from
musical comedy and opera.
The West Palm Beach Chapter
of Hadassah is having its-annual
Oneg Shabbat on Friday. Nov. 14
at c< p.m at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Charles J. (Laurel) Weiner,
former national vice president,
past president of Southeast
Region, and currently Regions
public relations chairman All
three Groups in Chapter are
taking part: Shalom. Tikvah and
Yovel. Chairing this affair is
Dorothy Lieberman, education
chairman of Chapter.
Lake Worth-South Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will meet on
Wednesday, Nov. 5. at 10 a.m. at
Barnett Bank. 7281 Lake Worth
Rd. Lake Worth.
The main topic on the agenda
will be the finalization of plan-
ning for the Education Day to be
held on Nov. 13 at Temple Israel.
Golda Meir-Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold a
board meeting at Bonanza
Restaurant (Gulfstream Mall) at
12:30 on Nov. 13.
On Nov. 9, there will be a boat
ride and luncheon at 11:30 at
Hidden Harbor Restaurant in
Pompano with cruise and en-
tertainment from 1:30 to 4:30.
Call Edith Fruchs or Frances
On Wednesday, Dec. 10 at
noon there will be a Burt
Reynolds Dinner Theater Party.
The show is "West Side Story."
Call Martha Saper for tickets.
Golda Meir-Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will meet
B'nai B'rith Women, Menorah
Chapter, has many members who
volunteer their services to the
Ruth Levin, Ruth Rubin,
Marta Grunbaum, all officers in
BBW worked on the Muscular
Dystrophy Telethon.
Teddy Blumenthal, who was
treasurer for BBW, has worked
at the Gift Shop of St. Mary's
Hospital as a volunteer for six
Elsie Ludwig, Jeanette
' Schnapper, Florence Feinstein
Gross, are volunteers at the
Jewish Community Center.
Florence worked on trips and
travels for Cystic Fibrosis for
Gertrude Geberer coordinated
the collection of wool and the
distribution of afghans to the
County Home. She is also
program vice president and the
chairman of the chapter's Anti-
Defamation League.
Trudy Finkle collects
eyeglasses for the needy, crochets
squares for afghans, and is a new
member of the Anti-Defamation
League and is a past president of
Esther Rosenthal. Bulletin ad
chairman, Israel Bond chairman,
assists students in the remedial
reading program.
Evelyn Harlem, membership
vice president, worked in the
remedial reading program in the
schools, worked on C.lais Line.
Junior Diabetes and is active in
the Mid-County Medical Center
Women's League.
Florence Steckman. volun-
teered to chair the committee to
make lap robes for hospitals and
F.thel Stevens, president of
Cystic Fibrosis. has helped
countless people with their in-
come tax returns.
Kstelle Baumann, chairman of
the Bless You Fund, manages the
Actor's (iroup, and finds time to
be president of the American
Israeli Lighthouse.
West Palm Chapter >t
Women's American ORT will
have a special paid-up mem-
bership mini-luncheon on
Tuesday. Nov 11 at Anshei
Sholom Temple in Century
Village, at noon. Admission by
membership card 1980-81.
Entertainment by the Musical
Notes." There will be a can-
dlelight ceremony Alan Linsky
'I the American Savings Bank
will give a short talk Come join
us at the Lido Spa Hotel in Belle
island. Miami Beach, Dec. 7 10.
Three meals daily ... A few
openings left. Call immediately
for information and reservations.
The Palm
of Women's
will hold
Beach Chapter
American ORT
its annual
and installation
luncheon at The Colony Hotel of
Palm Beach on Thursday, Nov.
13, at noon.
The chairpersons, Sylvia
Leighton and Ethel Rubenstein,
announced that the program will
include a fashion show by Saks
Fifth Avenue and a special
presentation, "ORT Is My Bag,"
produced and directed by
Annette Dubey.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Samuel Lorin before
Nov. 3. Members and friends are
invited to attend.
to be installed are:
Sara Marshall: Vice
gas irr ttss: ^s~^'
Lake Worth a \. .rre81?,ent. Education,
uaKewona- Beatrice Goldstein; Vice
B'NAI B'RITH President, Membership. Sylvia
B'nai B'rith North Lodg, R^!!: Ia Vi" pid.Bt.
presents a progrem featuring J^E"1' l'8*; J**"';
Robert Alsofrom. a psychologist. SecreJarv Ann. r 'iT"*1
The meeting, will be held on R^SbiT wL! Goldberg;
Wednesday, Nov. 19. at 8 p.m. at ?T5 ?fcret"y. R"*
the Woodland Lakes Clubhouse Secret OW0Jrr"P0ndi.n
in Palm Beach Gardens. The p^^Z' ?ld,e Coor*rsmith:
topic of discussion will be "Food Lihtnn h""1' Sy,via
for Thought." This is an open ffident Min^r^!^ P"8t
meeting, and everyone is invited. Pre8,dent- Mlnn Gladstone.
Community Relations Council Speakers
Topics Israel. Community Concen^c^r1*
Jewry. Energy, HolocaUst ^
For information and bookings, cont*
Rabbi Alan R. SharmanfoffiS,
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Re^,u
County 832-2120 h
Delegates to the 13th National
Board Conference of Women's
American ORT from Palm Beach
County heard a major address
presented by Shirley Hufstedler,
Secretary of the newly formed
U.S. Department of Education.
The conference was held in
Houston, Tex. from Oct. 20
through 23. Some 800 delegates
from Women's American ORT,
representing 140,000 members in
over 1,200 chapters from coast to
coast, participated.
Hufstedler, a top ranking
member of her class at Stanford
Law School, m",
W61 to the Superior?
tne conference were Be
Carolyn Ring, Esthers
Nettie Pfeffer, Betty <
The next regular .
the Royal Chapter oL
American ORT will
Monday, Nov. lo, lt,
Center in Royal'Pa).
Slides of ORT's c
Congress in Jerusalem i
will be shown bv C
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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executive committee of Palm
L county Region.
|0p Sunday. Nov. 16. a rum-
. sale wUl take place under
."trees on Southern Blvd. new
RPB entrance. If you have
Lage, bring it to the sight on
E date. Call Lil Jacobs if you
Th to help.
li Up membership luncheon
II be held at the Lions Club in
Lai Palm Beach. Those who
, up to date with their mem-
rshipdues may attend.
iphe next regular meeting of
Sabra Chapter of Women's
^ue for Israel will be held on
Esday. Nov. 4, 1 p.m. at St.
Estopher's Church, Haverhill
I Belvedere Rd.. West Palm
rhe speaker will be Nina
Irson, the nutritionist
iciated with the Mid-County
dical Center.
_l new Pioneer Women Chapter
now being organized in Cen-
|v Village of West Palm Beach.
I success of the Golda Meir
lb has encouraged the start of
IthtT Pioneer Women Club in
[uury. Village and its Stir-
ling areas.
If you are unaffiliated, new to
(community, or a member-at-
e, or would like to transfer to
[new club, come to the first
pting Monday, Nov. 10 at 1
at the home of Mrs. Selma
Id For information, contact
tings C46, Century Village.
fcolda Meir Club Pioneer
Imen announces that Nov. 3,
}erva Zweig will have a
jnbership tea in her home.
Insors with potential members
In Nov. 6 at 1 p.m., there will
\ paid-up membership meeting
knshei Sholom. There will be a
lation. Performers will en-
uncheon and card party will
|ld at Kristines on Nov. 19.
Roslyn Reiss or Yetta
llovitz. Nov. 13 and 14 will be
day. Volunteers are needed.
I Minerva Zweig.
National Council of Jewish
|men. Okeechobee Section, will
1 its next regular meeting on
Isday. Nov. 4, at 12:45 p.m.,
temple Anshei Sholom. Ship-
pox program and en-
lainment by Joe Turoff and
[Merry Minstrels are planned,
ft board meeting will be on
frsday. Nov. 13 at 9:30 a.m.,
|he home of Sylvia Blumen-
anticipated initial meeting
the newly formed South
* Chapter of the National
h Civil Service Employees
e held at the Weight
hers Auditorium, Gun Club
Shopping Center (off
' Trail) on Sunday, Nov. 2
P m. All eligibles and their
** are invited to attend.
rfreshments wUl be served.
urther information, contact
llevine, We8t Palm ^^
" D. Levinaon, Royal
Reach. Julie Bernstein,
sw Beach, or Ben Klar-
nunpano Beach.
next Deborah Hospital
'"anon meeting is Nov. 17 at
, at the Holiday Inn. Frank
P*cchio. television and radio
"ty.will talk on health.
llLiT, 90me reservations
KSeur Thanksgiving
Yin tneMntmartre Nov.
op entertainment and
hu ;un!?V TrnPortation
fb'e additional cost. Call
\J^T r "* G"n-
[ Southampton "B."
Check over your knick-knacks,
home appliances, costume
jewelry, etc., that you would like
to donate. Call Evelyn Sterling
Chatham "A," and she will pick
up items. Donor credit will be
On, Nov. 4. at 10 a.m. in the
auditorium, the Yiddish Culture
Group presents "The Mack Ball
Mandolin Ensemble," under the
direction of Morris Bell.
A message will be brought by
Joseph Margolies and Isidore
Greenberg, representatives of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. Fanny Serowitz will sing.
Max Lubert will be chairman.
The Nov. 11 program of The
Yiddish Culture Group will
present Sy Kalick. violinist,
accompanied by Mildred Birn-
baum on the piano.
Max Lubert will read; and
Aaron Savitt will sing English,
Yiddish and Hebrew songs,
accompanied by Mildred Bim
biutn on piano. Gabriel
Rabin bach will be chairman.
On Nov. 18, Yiddish Culture
presents a singing group known
as "The Musical Notes," under
the direction of Mildred Bim-
Education at Temple Beth El
Renee Seal, adult education
chairperson, and Sam Wadler,
president, recently announced
that adult education courses will
begin at Temple Beth El, West
Palm Beach, during the week of
Nov. 3. The following courses will
be offered:
Modern Hebrew I The Habet
U'Shma method is used to learn
the Hebrew language. The
student sees a filmstrip that is
coordinated with a Hebrew tape.
Through the use of pictures and
the skills of the trained teacher,
the subject becomes accustomed
to hearing the Hebrew, thinking
in Hebrew, and understands
what he hears without needing to
translate. This course is designed
for those with a minimal amount
of Hebrew language background
as well as for the beginning
student. Instructor Shoshana
Walner. 7:30 9 p.m. Monday
evenings, room 203. The first
three sessions will be held in the
Hornstein Lounge.
Modern Hebrew II- An in-
termediate level Hebrew
language course of reading,
writing, and conversation
designed for those with a Hebrew
language background. Instructor
- Renee Seal, 7:30 9 p.m.
Monday evenings, room 201. The
first three sessions will begin 20
minutes late.
Yiddish Vinkle A con-
versational circle for lovers of the
Yiddish language to practice and
reminisce. Folklore, humor,
readings, theater, nostalgia,
songs, storv tellings, and special
guest appearances will make up
the program. Coordinator Ruth
Goldberg, noon 1:30 p.m.
Mondays, Ka pa port Conference
Room. Please bring your own bag
To Daven or Not, That is the
Question! Have you ever felt
like an outsider during your own
synagogue services? Here's your
opportunity to learn the ins and
outs of the liturgy. Instructor
Cantor Shapiro, 7 8 p.m.
Tuesday evenings. Cantor's
Operation Aleph-Bet A course
designed to learn to read
Hebrew. Students will gain
knowledge in phonetic reading
enabling them to participate
more actively in the synagogue s
service. Don't feel like an out-
sider. Instructor Phil Sher, noon
1:30 p.m. Wednesdays,
Rapaport Conference Room.
Your own bag lunch.
Hebrew and Jewish Music A
course designed to enhance the
appreciation and understanding
of the various catagories of
Hebrew and Jewish music in the
Diaspora and in the State of
Israel during the past 200 years.
Appropriate song sheets will be
distributed at each class.
Instructor Shirley Moskowitz, 8
9 p.m. Thursday evening,
Hornstein Lounge.
Jewish Crafts An experience
in the creation of various forms of
Jewish crafts. Come and learn
how to create your own "objects
The "Impact of Fundamentalist Religious Activity on Politics" was
the subject of a talk by Milton Tobian, southwest area director,
American Jewish Committee, who spoke at an open meeting of the
Palm Beach County Chapter, American Jewish Committee. About
150 persons attended the event. Shown (left to right), Arnold J.
Hoffman, president, Palm Beach County Chapter, AJC; Milton
Tobian and Michael Monchick, vice president, Palm Beach County
Chapter, AJC.
- YOU are art Anglican Jewish widow wno
has felt the pains of lonesomeness long
enough to feel perhaps there is
something better in store for her which
is the way I feel, if so, do not hesitate to
answer by writing to me and telling me
in detail about yourself in the strictest
of confidence. All answers will be acknow-
ledged. I am determined to live out the
rest of the Golden Years of life that are
due me in comfort, ease, stye and
fulfillment. Therefore, I am willing to
combined all of my resources with you -
if we both meet with each others expec-
tations. Then, in that event we can
enjoy the love and compassion to the
AjNest extent of a compatible marriage
Let it be understood i am not a fortune
nunter if marriage results it will be on
the basis of pre-marital contracts. For the
protection of both. Please give your name
and phone number in your reply.
mfftrviMif in Miami soon, send to box wtm, The Jewisi
SSrSSfplo. SSn-n!***. Fla. 33101.
de Judaica." Instructor Marsha
Gavrin, 7:30-9 p.m. Thursday
evenings, Room 205.
Parenting Your Jewish Child -
A series of four sessions tailored
to the interests and needs of
participating parents for gaining
knowledge about parenting, and
for reviewing and resolving
current home situations. Issues
that will be covered will include -
Listening to one another, Coping
with behavioral problems, What
to expect at different ages and
instilling Jewish values in
children. Instructor Linda
Cohen. 7:30 9 p.m. Thursday
evenings Nov. 13 Dec. 4, Room
Melodies of the Synagogue -
An experience with the melodies
of the Shabbat service. Com-
prehension and pronunciation of
the prayers are stressed.
Instructor Cantor Shapiro, noon
- 1 p.m. Saturdays after Shabbat
services, Rapaport Conference
Registration for all courses will
take place during the first week
of classes. For further in-
formation, contact Temple Beth
El's office.
Jesse Fucha will talk about
"The Facts and Frauds of the
Fundamentals of Medicine."
Harry Stahlheimer will play
the guitar, accompanied by Jack
Gross on the piano. David
Altman will be chairman.
The Nov. 25 program of
Yiddish Culture will feature
concert pianist Helen Bernstein.
Bibba Effron will sing, ac-
companied by Dorothy Goldberg
on piano. Sam Finkenthal will
read. Chairman will be Jack
Arnold J. Hoffman, president
of the Palm Beach County
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee, announces the
formation of the chapter's
discussion groups for 1980-81.
Topics to be explored are:
American Jews and Israel:
Limits of Democracy and
Dissent; Who are the Arabs?;
Challenge of the Cults; Inter-
marriage and Jewish Continuity;
Changing Roles of Men and
Women; and Issues in Jewish
Meetings will be held in
members' homes. For in-
formation about participation in
these or other chapter events, call
Arnold Hoffman's office.
The. Women'4 Association o{L
the Jewish Community Center,
condialty inviteA you to
"Come Dance With hd'
at the
ChallenaeJi Country Club
3931 Via Poinciana
Poinciana Place. Lake Woith
Saturday., Novemben. 15,1980
8:00-12:00 P.M.
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, October 31, I960
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 19
Blum Heads Bonds Women
io Win Prize in Genetic Engineering
feKEL: 2SU
, veers Nobel Proe for
.with a British scientist
,te work involved in
,rgi 54, of Stanford
rity was awarded half the
00 prize, while Walter
I 48 of Harvard, split the
?half with Frederick Sanger,
|cmbriclge University.
SWEDISH Academy of
in Stockholm, which
the prize, said Berg
was cited for his biochemical
studies of nucleic acids, and
Gilbert and Sanger for having
independently developed dif-
ferent methods which determine
the exact sequence of the
nucleotide building blocks. The
Academy said Berg was the first
investigator to construct a
"recombinant DNA molecule"
through the use of genetic
engineering, sometimes called
gene manipulation.
Berg, who was born in New
York City, is the son of Harry
Berg of Sheepshead Bay,
Brooklyn, who emigrated to
America in the early 1920s and
became a "small manufacturer"
for a real change
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of fur coats and fur collars for 35
years in Manhattan. His mother
was the late Sara B rod sky. They
came to New York from a small
town outside of Kiev.
Berg started his higher
education at the City College of
New York, but he lasted only
three days. "I had to ride the
subways for two hours to get to
school and after three days of
that I felt it was too far to go
every day." He transferred to
Brooklyn College and later to
Pennsylvania State University.
HE JOINED the Stanford
faculty in 1959. He earned his
doctorate at Case-Western
Reserve in Cleveland and taught
for six years at Washington
University in St. Louis. He and
his wife have one son, John, an
actor in training.
Recalling his career in a
telephone interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Berg
said that he grew up in the Sea
Gate section of Brooklyn where
he was Bar Mitzvah. His family
was "not totally Orthodox" but
observant in the traditional
ways. A visitor to Israel "many
times," Berg lectured for 10 days
at the Weizmann Institute in '
Rehovothin 1971.
"Israel is an exciting place,"
Berg said. "It is a miracle and an
astonishing country when one
sees what they have been able to
achieve. In terms of science, and
considering the size of the
country and its population, it is
most extraordinary."
' Gilbert, who was born in
Boston, is the maternal grandson
of the late Joseph Cohen, who
was editor of the Freie Arbeiter
Stimmung, an Anarchist Yiddish
, newspaper in New York in the
early 1900s. The scientist also is
the son-in-law of the Washington
'eft-wing journalist, IF. Stone,
jilbert and his wife, Celia, have a
son, John, at Cal Tech, and a
laughter, Kate, at Harvard.
GILBERT, who said he is
'enthusiastic about Israel," said
he is not identified with any
organizations and has not visited
Israel. "I spend most of my time
being involved in science," he
cold JTA. "We stopped being
believers a couple of generations
Both of Gilbert's parents were
born in Philadelphia. His father,
Richard, was a development
economist who had worked in
Pakistan in the 1960s and 1970s
on a Harvard program there. He
and his wife, Emma Cohen
Gilbert, make their home in
Green Valley, Arizona. Gilbert's
grandparents, maternal and
paternal, came to the U.S. from
the Ukraine in the 1890s.
Mrs. Henry (Evelyn) Blum,
civic and community leader, has
been named chairman of the
Women's Division of Palm Beach
County for State of Israel Bonds.
This will be the 20th year Mrs.
Blum has served the Women's
Division. She is on the national
board of the Women's Division
for the State of Israel Bonds.
A resident of Palm Beach
County for many years, Mrs.
Blum has been recognized for her
contributions to the State of
Israel, as well aa the community.
She was the recipient of the
"Women of Valor" award, the
highest honor bestowed upon a
woman by the State of Israel. In
addition, she brought recognition
to the community by being
chosen Florida State Mother. A
civic leader, Mrs. Blum is the co-
founder and president for Parents
in Need, an organization pledged
to help parents of abused children
and their families.
Mrs. Blum serves on the
following boards: Center for
Family Services, Jewish Family
and Children's Services, Nelle
Smith Home for Dependent
Girls, Area Drug Abuse Council,
Child Advocacy Board, Com-
Mrs. Henry Blum
'mission on the Status of Women,
Women's American ORT, past
president of B'nai B'rith Women.
She has announced that Dec.
18 will be the international
premiere of the 1980 Israel Bond
Fashion Show to be held at the
Mrs. Sol Steinberg was named
chairman of the fashion show;
and Mrs. Herman Weisman of
Palm Beach, known for her
philanthropic work, will be the
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