Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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

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

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* Jewish fiendlain
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOKI" ond "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Nl leech Coenty
Number 26
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, December 12, 1980
FndShochrt
Price 35 Cents
Religion Minister In
Big Payola Scandal
11 Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign
i are (left to right) Dr. Elliot Rosenberg, chair-
riedman, co-chairperson and David V'chili, past
rg, Friedman Head
tains Campaign
.chairman of
| campaign at
nounced the
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ship. He
of the
[Fountains
pon and a
fountains
native of
, has been
ktion-UJA
is since
its inception. She is an organizer
of the Women's League for Israel
and has participated in many
missions to Israel.
An organization meeting of the
Fountains Committee was held at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Uchill, at which time Dr.
Rosenberg presented the
program for the 1981 campaign.
"Total Involvement" was the
theme of his discussion. Cam-
paign workers were asked to
reach every resident of the
Fountains to gain their par-
ticipation to raise the needed
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Attorney General,
Prof. Yitzhak Zamir, an-
nounced Monday that he
has decided to bring
charges against Minister of
Religious Affairs Aharon
Abu Hatseira on account of
taking bribes from three
religious institutions in
Bnei Berak. The Attorney
General informed Prime
Minister Begin, A bun and
Knesset Speaker Yitzhak
Berman of his decision
taken after long weeks of
meticulously studying
eight separate police files
against the minister.
The next stage in the legal
process against the minister will
be in the Knesset's House Com-
mittee, where Zamir will ask for
the removal of Abuh's immunity.
House Committee Chairman
Moshe Meron (Likud Liberal)
said Monday night he hoped to
keep the committee's delib-
erations short to avoid further
protraction of the case, which had
Continued on Page 21
At UNations
Arab Chief Warns
Reagan on PLO Views
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) A debate on the
Palestinian question, a
regular feature on the Gen-
eral Assembly's agenda in
recent years, opened here
Dec. 1 but drew little
attention from diplomats or
the media.
The first speaker at the
session was Farouk
Kaddoumi, representative
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization, who speaks
for it on foreign policy
matters.
IN A sharply-worded speech,
Kaddoumi r***fflfili4 Israel and
the United States and called for
sanctions against Israel for its
failure to comply with UN
resolutions. He urged that efforts
be made for a Middle East settle-
ment that would result in the
establishment of an independent
Palestinian state.
Kaddoumi also charged that
the U.S. veto of Security Council
resolutions and its continued
military support for Israel helped
the "Zionist entity" maintain its
"arrogant and aggressive"
positions.
Referring to President-Elect
Ronald Reagan's characteriza-
tion of the PLO as "a terrorist
organization," Kaddoumi said
the next American President had
forgotten the history of the or-
ganization and its accepted role
on behalf of the Palestinians.
He called on the West Euro-
pean countries to recognize the
PLO, contending that this would
"help restrain the madness in the
Israeli position."
^a cocktail party is planned for Annette Dulzin to Speak at Poinciana Place
Wednesday, Jan. 14,
Jan. 14. 1981 at
Fountain Hall, followed by the
annual Federation-UJ A Golf
Tournament-luncheon on
Sunday, Jan. 25. Working with
Rosenberg and Friedman are Al
Gruber, chairman of the cocktail
affair and advanced gifts; Bunny
Schreiber, chairman of the Golf
Tournament; Bernice Britt, Golf
Tournament co-chairperson and
Irving Horowitz, publicity
chairman. Chairpersons for each
court have been appointed. They
are:
Gefion Court Alex and Ruth
Gruber; Jerry and Pep Silver-
stein. Trevi Court Irving and
Continued on Page 17
Daniel B. Giber, Poinciana
Place campaign chairman, an-
nounced that Annette Dulzin,
noted Israeli columnist and
political analyst, and the wife of
Leon Dulzin, director of the
Jewish Agency in Israel, will be
the guest speaker at the Special
Gifts Cocktail Party at Poinciana
on behalf of the 1981 Federation-
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
"We at Poinciana, are privileged
to have Mrs. Dulzin, a
distinguished Israeli public
figure, to address us. I am
confident that the response from
the residents will be a most
positive one," stated Giber. "I
am grateful to all the people who
have worked so diligently in
involving every resident at
Daniel B. Giber
<=H-old tkz fjbaU
V
Poinciana in this year's cam-
paign."
The cocktail party will be held
on Sunday, Dec. 14, 4 6 p.m. in
the Social Hall of the Challenger
Club. An orientation meeting was
held on Dec. 9 for the many
workers in the Poinciana cam-
paign, who will be soliciting gifts
throughout their respective
buildings.
Assisting Giber are: Mr. and
Mrs. Sid Karp; Bernie Hertzig
Sam Strassberg and EUie Keller
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Conn
Bill Greenblatt; Harold
Shusteroff; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Blesser; Herb Markstein; Paul
Vernon; Moe Stein; Julius
Klevan; Lou Feinberg; John
Moss and Sylvia Sigelman.
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and int
^ZtJttaUon of tftJm Bm<& C&uty
FULFILL
THE
PROMISE
$4,000,000
goal
1981 Federation UJ A Campaign


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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
FVida
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An organization meeting of the Fountains Committee was held at the home of David and Rose
Uchill on behalf of the 1981 Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign. Over 45 residents at
the Fountains responded to the request for workers in this year's campaign.
At a recent campaign cabinet meeting for the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County's 1981
Federation-UJA Campaign, chairmen of the various condominiums around the county gave
progress reports regarding their individual campaigns. Reporting on the Century Village cam-
paign is Rev. Martin Adolf (standing), co-chairman; Abe Bisgaier (second from left) serves as
Century Village co-chairman. Bim Adler (left) serves as Campaign Associate in charge of
Century Village.
I Nieporent Assumes Chairmanship
Morris Nieporent, formerly of
New York City, and for the past
seven years a resident of Lake-
side Village, has assumed the
chairmanship at that condo-
minium development for the 1981
Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. In accepting
this responsibility, Nieporent
stated that his recent visit to
Israel added a new dimension to
his desire to do his part in helping
to meet Israel's great need for
increased funds.
Morris is a graduate of Colum-
bia College of Pharmaceutical
Sciences and conducted his own
pharmacy in the Bronx from 1942
The Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County recently sponsored a tax seminar at the Breakers for
local attorneys, accountants and tax officers.
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Guest speakers for the Tax Seminar sponsored by the Jewish
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federation of Palm Beach County Endowment Fund Program
WEE No;? y.y"g f*teoi,d /* w f ** u firm ot
sWaker & Hostetier, Washington, DC. and Shepard King
t\(second from right) of the law firm of Steel, Hector, Davis,
Burns, Middleton of Palm Beach and Miami Pictured with
them are Stanley Hyman (left). Endowment Fund Director
and Myron J. Ntckman (right), co-chairman of the Endowment
Fund Committee.
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He was a prime mover in the
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Nieporent continued his
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Cooperative Effort Makes for
Successful Mideast Confab
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"* **.
.Monday, Nov. 17, over 1,000people from the Palm Beach
tanty Jewish community assembled at Temple Beth El for
a. 4th annual Mid East Conference sponsored by the Israel
Task Force of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County's
Community Relations Council Keynoting the event was Rabbi
Israel Miller, chairman of the Israel Task Force of the National
\Jtwish Community Relations Advisory Council, and Douglas
Bbomfield of the American Public Affairs Committee.
Over one thousand people of
the Jewish community joined
together at Temple Beth El on
Monday, Nov. 17, to hear Rabbi
Israel Miller, chairman of the
Israel Task Force of the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council (NJCRAC).
and Douglas Bloomfield of the
American Israeli Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC), give an
update of the Mideast situation.
The Community Relations
Council, which sponsored the
event, is the central body with
primary responsibility for local
community relations policy and
programming. The local affiliated
national agencies of the CRC and
NJCRAC encouraged their
constituents to participate and
made their services available to
the CRC. The Palm Beach
County agencies of NJCRAC,
which cooperated in making the
conference an overwhelming
success,. were: the American
Jewish Committee, American
Jewish Congress, B'nai B'rith-
Anti-Defamation League,
Hadassah, Jewish War Veterans,
National Council of Jewish
Women, and Women's American
ORT.

io6i Israel Miller, chairman of the Israel Task Force ofNJC
1C, addresses the 4th annual Mid East Conference.
Congratulating Max Tochner
(right) local Young Leader-
ship Award Winner at the
recent CJF General Assembly
in Detroit, is Ira Kellman
(left) of New York, member of
the Executive Committee of
the National Committee on
Leadership Development and
co-chairman of the Leadership
Development Program for the
General A ssembly.
. lational CJF Public Helations Committee L'hairman,
(left) of Cleveland, presents the Public Relations Award Certi-
ficate to Norman J. Schimelman, Executive Director of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, at the 49th General
Assembly in Detroit.
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The J f'tt'y.D*^
111
There's Protest
The right of people to apeak out freely is guaranteed by the
First Amendment, and few would want to change that The
manner in which we respond ia a matter that thoughtful people
need to consider.
The cartoon which appeared in the Palm Beach Po$t on
Nov. 20, comparing an Israeli soldier trying to maintain order
with an Italian terrorist, has caused a lot of Jewish tempers to
flare. Angry letters and threatening telephone calls have in some
cases been abusive and vulgar. Responses of this sort do the
cause of Israel and our Jewish community a disservice.
The Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation
has thoroughly examined this issue and responded with a letter
to the editor. In addition, the President of the Federation and a
representative of the Community Relations Council met with the
editors of The Post to further discuss these issues. We trust that
these actions will bear constructive results in the future.
The CRC is also concerned with the effect that protest
which is threatening or vulgar has on the image of our Jewish
community. Name-calling and threats only provoke anger and
detract from the protest. Vulgarities are never appropriate and
demean the person and the issue. Such actions make the protest
meaningless.
Remember that protest is made to carry a point. It is
important that the point be the center of discussion. Nothing
should obscure the focus on the issue being raised. Undignified
responses render protest ineffective.
There is a right to protest and a time to protest. There is
also a way to protest. We can only encourage the members of
our community to make their protest as effective as possible and
to do it in a way that sheds dignity on our Jewish community.
Weizmann Institute Honorees
In the last twelve months, a remarkable number
of Weizmann Institute scientists have been honored
by the international scientific community.
Their research contributions range from matters
geophysical to those genetic; across remote atomic
worlds and those urgently medical. They bring fresh
understanding and data as to the forces that en-
courage harmony. And for nature gone wild, keys to
cure and prevention four of the laureates are
cancer investigators and immunologists.
The awards pay tribute to creative scientific
thinking and experimentation carried out by them
over many years decades in some instances at
the Institute's famed laboratories in Rehovot, Israel.
They hail originally, these seven, from many
spheres and places Bialystock, Leipzig. Tomas-
zew. Tel Aviv. New York. Jerusalem, and a village
called Alytus in yesterday's Pale. They number
scientists who fathered the Institute, heading up its
earliest faculties and departments 30 years ago, as
well as members of a new generation in Israel that
was trained by them.
Their achievements will be hailed by the South
Florida community at the Dec. 14 gathering of the
Institute on Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau
Hilton Hotel. For continuing the course set in 1944
by the Institute's 13 American founding fathers,
they are helping it maintain itself as Israel's unparal-
leled ambassador among the nations. Their scientific
investigation does honor to an ancient people come
home, stirred by the spirit of free inquiry.
Pledges and Performance
Ronald Reagan will become President of the
United States Jan. 20, 1981 with perhaps having
made stronger campaign commitments to Israel than
any of his predecessors. He has stressed that he
believes the United States not only has a moral
commitment to the Jewish State, but that he con-
siders Israel an ally and a strategic asset in the
Middle East. (
Reagan, like the man he has just defeated,
President Carter, enters the White House with little
foreign policy experience. That is why it is so un-
fortunate that top-ranking members of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee like Jacob Javits (R.,
N.Y.), Frank Church (D., Idaho) and Richard Stone
(D., Fla.) were also defeated in this election
"Jewish Floridian
of flm Beech County C Fred Shochet
Combining "Our Voice" and "Federation Reporter"
FRED K SHOCHET SUZANNE SHOCHET RONNIE TARTAKOW
Editor and Publisher Executive Editor New Coordinator
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Treasurer, Alvin Wilensky. Secretary. Barbara Tanen. Executive Director. Norman J Schimmelman
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A Watched Pot Never Cook%
PRESIDENT CARTER failed
to win approval of the electorate
because he had hit eye on history.
A man ao inclined ia not likely to
make history. Obsession with the
future is but one step removed
from trying to control the future
in order to guarantee one's place
in it.
Such a man. and in the
presidency Carter was one of
them, will hardly commit himself
to an action, any action, that in
his opinion would win him
thumbs down by a jury assigned
to evaluate his role in history. He
is addicted to the hocus-pocus of
the poll-taker.
RICHARD NIXON was such a
man. too. if of a different order.
Nixon's determination to control
his future assessment in history
was so overwhelming that he
engaged in criminal activity in
order to assure that assessment
in a way conforming to his most
heated fantasies of power and
public adulation.
Nevertheless, his and Carter's
fate are essentially the same,
although Carter attempted to
buy his angel's wings with sweet
talk and love, while Nixon's
approach was to ramrod his way
into the aonrffii sanctorum using
the clumsy tactics of a Pro-
hibition era Chicago mobster.
mUNRt5AHA0US

Neither man will be ioW ]
imagined. '""WuJ
hilSLinl?yin'UofaiJ
history shuns this kit* J"
men who make history.
afraid to take a di l
chooaing their action,r,\
almost indifferent to'tjv?1
turnery of the masse,, o,1;.
they do not let the coT
figure into their decision
ABRAHAM LINCOIn
reviled by the nation^,
revulsion and enmity }
marvels that he never %.
from his highest purposes. r3
Harry Tuonan. And thesrjoti
reaction to Thomas Jejfcj
who was a southerner hin
was one of suspicion if no, I
contempt.
.uW,^n.Jefferson'sfir the Declaration of Independ,
appeared. South Carolina
tually threatened to veto
because of Jefferson's postiJ
slavery. I f Jefferson submuiJ
the pressure on him to rewrite!
I)eclaration. he did so not outj
change of heart or a desire I
love or an eye on future hist
He did so to save the new Un-
as a frankly expedient measure]
the moment, which he framedi
warning that the nation wJ
pay dearly for its indifference!
the obscenity of slavery ineii
years.
Why .letterMin chose
> fins is a nyten Hispredic
was op|y five years shy of ll_
when the Civil War began hi
man such as ran. h
weak-willed
admire and
) in which the;
aspire
Hut :iu' weak aiIIi
i.nl y> undertan
might) Jeffer> ol the
managed to mai Mainly, ml
the mighty ignoraV
history in thes aid def
only with the present chon]
before them i
i;ile(l
KVKN Till: immoral
prophets, from Moses to ivuM
tn Jesus, told tii- .'liulutuuVvihsl
Continued on Page 16
Friday, December 12. 1980
Volume 6
5TEVETH5741
Number 25
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Everybody complains about administrative
costs.
The Jewish Agency of Israel cannot borrow any more money and is
currently paying an 18% debt service charge because we Jews have
not paid our pledges as we promised.
If you want to save the Jewish people money...
If you want to see to it that your dollars go
to support human services...
If you truly believe that "WE ARE ONE"
Please pay your pledge.
You'll be glad you did.
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
501 So. Flagler Drive, Suite 305
West Palm Beach, Fla. 33401
Telephone (305) 832-2120
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The Jewish FloHdian of Palm Beach County

v-*:
ban Shulmam, past President of the Women's Division of
, Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County was honored by
[palm Beach Chapter of the American Jewish Committee at
Cocktail reception recently held at the Breakers. More than
tguests attended the event, which is one of the high points of
iactivities for the chapter. "In honoring Barbara Shulman,
I American Jewish Committee expresses appreciation for her
Uicution. leadership and service to the Jewish community, "
ted Arnold J. Hoffman, president of the Palm Beach County
\tpter ofAJC.


UIA Annual Meeting
New York City DeclO
. Irwin Levy. Alan L.
llman and Milton Gold were
the members of the
{ltd Israel Appeal Hoard of
Blew, who convened their
lual meeting, on Dec- 10. at
j Waldorf Astoria Hotel. New
fkl'ily. .
IIA, the major beneficiary of
|ied Jewish Appeal, has qpore
210 trustees, divided
Iween representatives of
)\\ Federations and Zionist
pps in the United Stales.
Ilu organization honored
leph Meyerhoff, a UIA
Her who served as vice
|rman and was named a life
Lee in I97"J Hi is also an
liirary hairnian ol I'.I A
he iru^i" also elected sw -n
|hi members >>l I
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K ui-- i hoard n usteea
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pa i ut-
kxirn-s ;. kagui i i M.
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thai ixtj percent of the
ph Agency's met "in ,
|IA was establish n in 182$,
ls one oi ihe founders .if
Since 1967, UIA has
f'ded ihe agency with more
,*2-< billion in support of
Ijgration, absorption, rural
ienieni. housing, education,
In can-, and other social needs
Tugees arriving in Israel.
The current officers of UIA
are: Honorary Chairman Max M.
I-is her of Detroit and Melvin
Dubinsky of St. Louis; Chairman
Jerold C. Hoffberger of
Hallimore. Vice Chairman
Charlotte Jacobson of New York
and Frank 1'. l-autenberg of
Metropolitan New Jersey;
Treasurers Jack D. Weilerof New
York and 1'aul Zuckerman of
Detroit: and Secretary Morris L.
I.fvinsjon of New York.
Iimn-i Iiii
till
"ESERVE NOW FOR
THE SEASON

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Pictured above are Bat Gurion Chapter of Hadassah's Board of Directors for 1980-81 (Seated
left to right) Marsha Paskin, Esther Szmukler, Staci Lesser, Paula Harmon, Diane Mitchell
and Sheryl Davidoff. (Standing left to right) Dianne Frank, KarolLurie, Paulette Koch, Helene
Blum, Jane Brown, Susan Altbush, Debby Brass, Debby Singer, Peggy Smith, Susan Rosen,
Chana Salins, Barbara Wunsh, and Susan Kohlenberg.
\DiiE.dau, 0.anuaxu 27, igSl
aLa J^innsx dzLzuxatlon
JDieukexi., ^PaLm !Heach
on behalf of the.
IJlniUd gtuxufi ana the
^feujlih. ^Dederation of ^Pattn !Seach dounty
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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beach County
Frida
Organizations In The News
y- I^ecembe, i2
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
Workmen s Circle Branch 1041
will meet on Thursday. Dec. 18 at
1 p.m. at the Odd Fellow* Hall.
41(1 Datura St \\es: Palm
Beach The Performers will
entertain Memoers and friends
are invited Refreshments wiD be
~erved
HAI)\sv\H
Shalom (iroup of W eat Palm
will hold its
next regular meeting Wednes-
day. Dec IT. 12:80 p.m. at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom.
leniun Village Mae Podwol. a
member ol the Presidium will
ami as president for Deoanber,
January and February The
nutting will celebrate Chanukah
with the symbolic kindling of the
and a new scrip: in
nbeif whu: mI
include a tribute to the 120th
Perspectives on Jewish Education
By MORDECAJ LEVOW
If January is almost here,
should we not be thinking of
June
There Is an old adage in Jew ish
education that Judaism is caught
and not taught We who labor
valiantly in the field of Jewish
education know that the impact
of informal .lew ish education' is
irtqcntly as great as that of
formal Jewish education One of
the beat ways to insure that this
impact effects our children is to
plan ahead to insure that the
summer months are rewarding
Jewishly as well as
retreat ionally.
The past decades have seen
tremendous growth in Jewishly
oriented camping programs.
Than camps, sponsored by each
of the religious movements in
Judaism, the various Zionist
yooth groups, and the Jewish
Community Centers throughout
the country, provide a rich in-
formal Jewish environment
combined with the usual
athletics, dramatics. nature
dj ratal ic
1 am not particularly touting
any one camp, out permit me
re w i; h you mmn I he
imp* I amp Raman b
'.ho
nough to be at
p R.imah last sumnv -
Mj summer a: Camp Ramah
gav m<- an opportunity to ac-
tually live in a totally
environment. Our days v
tilled w ith classes m various
Judaic subject! Uoaji with
sports, games, dancing and
crafts Our activities, meeting
places and groups all were called
by their Hebrew names. Hebrew
was spoken very freely and was
easily learned in that at-
mospherv
The most exciting part of
Camp Kamah for me was the
observance ol the Shabbat
Ever] Friday afternoon, an
electricity could be felt in the air
- everyone prepared Ibr the
Shabbat. All of the camp would
assemble in the Dining Hall in
their lx"st Shabbat clothes for a
very sptn-ial dinner followed by
prayer Saturday was spent in
prayer, reflection and meditation
It was a day unlike any others in
the wee!; We did not turn on
lights and of course all food was
prepared ahead of time. It ;i- I
lieautiful day and one we looked
forward to all week
"When I returned home. I
brought many of the ideas used
at amp Ramah. home with me.
My family has been more oh
servant and has found greater
interest in following many of the
Jewish traditions than before my
summer at Kamah My camping
experience has given all oi us a
new dimension to our family lit.
I have plans t. r. t,,
i amp Raman this coming
summer accompanied >> my
youngi W< an
>it.'
Many ol mn
IK.S1U.
(amp Mansed an
enter camps around irn
country \
strong educational
ability to
heap children catch the \
cjlemeni ot lit. which
can f none l>est in a total en-
\ ironment
We would bedalightad to share
our file oi information on Jewish
camps with any intern
parents
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DADE
BROWARD
J
birthday of Henrietta Szold.
Feature of the program will be a
presentation by the Millie
Howard Group. The Per
form
\ luncheon and card party has
been planned for I Ian. f>
at Gentleman Jim t. The
proceeds are lor ii Israel
Education Service! I or res or
vations, contact Ann Spanier
Northampton I. or Fraddl
Herman. Northampton I.
Gene Fermaglicn Coventry
K262 end Belle Kriet. Coventry
K240, arc taking reservations for
a Jan. 20 outing to Tropical Race
Track at Calder. Contact
\ugu-ta Steinhardt for all study
group information. All are
a elcome
< hai (iroup of lladassah will
hold a regular membership
meeting on Thursday. Dec. 1H at
12:30 p.m. ai the Challenger
Country Club at Poinciana Place
'The program will consist ol a
aeries ol readings adapted by
Kuth Siegel from the book "A
Bintel Brief' (Letters to the
Kditon Annette DuBey will
direct. Ml are welcome
Hal (iurion Chapter ol
Hadassah will hold an evening
meeting on Thursday Dec Is at
8 p m Linda Cohen. social worker
from the Jewish Family \
Children's Service in West Palm
Beach, will speak shout the
agency and what it can offer to
the public. This meeting will be
held at the home ol em of the
members.
I ikvah Chapter ol Hadassah
will n their regular
ing at Co Inshei
1 i On D
will have an Israel Bond
Luncheon at tl
I <, \ ,i>sil (iron,.
thi ( ou
routh \
will t h.
Community Relations Council Speakers availahl.
Topics Israel. Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy. Holocaust
For information end bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County 882-2120
program, 'Henrietta Szold.
lounder oi Hadassah.' Refresh-
ments will lie served. All mem-
bera an invited.
The following officers were in-
stalled at the last meeting:
(ioldie Bernstein, president;
Kdith Pearlman, education vice
president; Annette Cook, fund-
raising vice president; Helen
Turbowitz, program vice
president; Ruth Atran,
treasurer; Mollie Abeson, corres-
ponding secretary: Honey Cox.
financial secretary; Charlotte
Kesnick. recording secretary.
B'NAI B'RITH
The Tel Aviv Lodge of B'nai
II nth will meet on Dec IT and
Jan. -'1 at the Kirlane
Elemental1) School, on Purdy
Lane between Military Trail and
Kird Road at 7 :30 p.m
B'aai B'rith i..Mige mil. Li.
Col Jonathan Netanyahu Ixdge
ol Palm Beach, will hold its next
meeting at the Palm Heach Ocean
Motel. HHQ So Ocean Blvd..
Palm Beach, on Tuesday. Dec.
115 at i* p.m. All memliers and
wives an urged to attend this
meeting and join in the light lor
the future of human rights and
Ireedbm. l.earn what is happen-
ing in your own community.
I'l'.i guaat ipeaker will be
\rihur N Teitelbaum. Southern
Regional director of the \mi-
Pri to the
ncklail i
lion will take plan B p.m.
and
mar
tile

KMi per couph .
ings w ith it membership
i if the
\lH. Mi I prospecthe
'Pate
"'ncconnc
nx-moerswhowishtopj
"this part of the ev.
Moms Kroin. chairman.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN (Mt|
"..men's American OUT
loinciana Chapter, will iJJ"
monthly -i, ^ J
Mondav. Dec. 22 at Pmi,- ,n
--ai hall a, Pomcff Rj
Ihemt.H.ngw.llI.eoDenedS
a candlHighting ceremony J
caiebrate (hanukah. h_iJ,
mem swill be served anc|J2
are welcome-. Sharon Meip J
Peoples Tetleraiion Saving |
Loan Association of Lake Worth
will speak on the subject of tfc
NOVN account. The bank will
distribute souvenirs and door
prizi
The Honorable Helen Wilkes
twice Mayor ol the City nf Wee
Palm Beach, will be ih- gagj
speaker at the Dec 15 meetings]
I be Palm Beach Chapter ol
Women's American ORT. The
meeting will be held at lheCos>
muniiy House I in Southern
Blvd.. West Palm Beach lad-
jacent to St Catherines Ortho- '
dox Churchi al I p.m. Mn
\\ ilkes was ihe ust woman to j
serve as Mayor and is no* 1
Commissioner ol West Palm
Batch. Members and friend
invited. Refreshments will be
served.
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Victory Fundraising for
Temple Beth David
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
P*e7
Temple
Ubrated
Beth David recently
the attainment of
JToi its Building Campaign
& goal at a dinner dance held
lhl. folonades Crystal Ball-
on, on Singer Island. A total of
24000 was reached in com-
I cash contributions toward
Instruction of Phase I facilities
tbich will include the construe-
n of an M.000 square foot struc-
e It will encompass a hall for
igjous and social activities.
(hool wing, kitchen and banquet
jfilities. library, and an admini-
strative area. Groundbreaking is
icheduled for March 1. on five
jeres ol temple land located on
Hood Road and Military Trail in
palm Beach Gardens.
Congregant Hon Dias. acting
natter ol ceremonies, praised
i Gilman, vice president in
hargf "I the huilding project for
ading a most successful effort.
|l was presented with a teak
eering wheel in recognition of
i achievement. Len thanked all
hose on the campaign com-
itteea and contributors, making
penal mention of congregant
oward Debs, campaign plan-
ing and community relations
jnctor. Temple president Jack
apian then presented Howard
ith a camera as a token of the
mgregation'a esteem. Rabbi
iVilliam Murder concluded with
n appropriate prayer. Following
he meal. Cantor Nicholas
enakel led in the Birkat
lama/ohn.
A festive and jubilant atmos-
phere was created by the Sammy
fields Band which provided the
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music as exhuberant partygoers
danced the hora and old and new
dances. Those present were de-
lighted with the attendance of
Sam and Belle Olen. Temple Beth
David founders and its first
president.
Looking toward the future.
Temple Beth David's Phase II
Building Plan will involve a main
sanctuary and Phase III, the
building of recreational facilities.
When completed, the total pro-
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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beach County
PrKUy-Deccm^i, ,
Distribution of 1980 Allocations
The board of directors of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County approved the distribution
of $2,711,199 from pledges
received in the 1980 Federation
United Jewish Appeal campaign.
The Budget and Allocations
Committee reviewed the requests
of the local, national and overseas
agencies and submitted its
recommendations to the board
for final review.
From the 1980 campaign, the
United Jewish Appeal, as is
customary, is the single largest
hcneliciary The United Jewish
Appeal, which provides funds to
the Jewish Agency of Israel, the
Joint Distribution Committee
and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society for assistance to needy
Jews in Europe, North Africa and
other parts of the world and for
the care of refugees arriving in
the United States, will receive
$1,732,617 or 62 percent of funds
allocated.
Local agencies of the
Federation will receive $340,000
from '80 Campaign" to fund
their operations for the current
year. In addition, the Federation
will receive $151,616 for its
community service programs.
Jeanne Levy, chairman of the
Budget & Allocations Com
mittee. in reporting to the
Federation Board, noted that the
most difficult issue which the
committee faced in its two
Distribution of 1980 Allocations
Approved September 29. 1980
The Board of Directors has approved the distribution of $2,771,199
from pledgee raised in the 1980 campaign. The Budget and Allocations
Committee reviewed the requests of the local, national and overseas
agencies and submitted their recommendations to the Board for final
review and approval. Jeanne Levy served as Chairman of the Budget
and Allocations Committee.
I. OVERSEAS
1. OVERSEAS
United Jewish Appeal
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
Ezras Torah Fund
American-Israel Cultural Foundation
Federated Council of Israeli Institutes
$1,732,617
6.000
100
250
220
Total $1,739,187
II. NATIONAL HUMAN RELATIONS AGENCIES
American Jewish Committee $ 1.500
American Jewish Congress 1.000
B'nai B nth Anti-Defamation League 2.500
Jewish War Veterans 450
Jewish Labor Committee 400
National Conference on Soviet Jewry 500
National Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council 935
Svnagogue Council of America 200
American Academic Association for
Peace in the Middle East 750
Total $8,235
III. NATIONAL CULTURAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES
Joint Cultural Appeal $ 400
American Association for Jewish Education 350
American Jewish Archives 150
Dropsie University 100
Jewish Chautauqua Society 200
Jewish Theological Seminary 500
Reform Jewish Appeal 500
Yeshiva University 500
Jewish Telegraphic Agency 500
Fellowship in Jewish Education Leadership 550
National Jewish Conference Center 250
Total
IV. NATIONAL SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES
National Jewish Welfare Board I
Council of Jewish Federations Media Service
B'nai B'rith Youth Service
North American Jewish Students Appeal
Jewish Braille Institute
Association of Jewish Family & Children's Agencies
Conference of Jewish Communal Service
$4,000
1.550
500'.
100
500
330
165
100
EtU
Total
V. REGIONAL SERVICES
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation of Florida I
Central Agency for Jewish Education of Miami
TouT
VI. LOCAL AGENCIES
Jewish Family & Children's Service f
Jewish Community Day School
Jewsih Community Center
Jewish Federation Administration
Federation Campaign
$3,245
15.000
1.600
Total
VII. JEWISH FEDERATION SERVICES
I. Community Relations Council $
2 Floridian Newspaper
3. River Garden Home for the Aged (Jacksonville)
4. Jewish Education Committee
5. Leadership Development
Chaplaincy Program
Mosaic TV Program
8. Endowment Fund
9. Community Contingency Fund
10. Israel Independence Day
II. Grant Consultant
12. Radio Program I'Chayim
13. High School Program (MidrashaJ _____
"TotaT
VIII. CAMP SHALOM
IX. SPECIAL ONE TIME ALLOCATION
World Gathering of Holocaust Survivors
Jewish Community Day School
High School in Israel Program
UJA Campus Program University of Florida^
$16,600
115.000
115.000
104.000
208.299
2y7.4?7
$829,726
18.000
20.000
1.000
4.500
20.183
3.000
18.000
8.000
2.000
16.000
2.000
1Q.0OO
$151,616
$14,000
1.000
2.840
300
450
Total
$4,590
Total
$2,771,199
months of meetings, was the lack
of funds required to meet the
increasing demands for services
in our local community and also
to provide for the unmet needs
for social services in Israel.
Alan Shulman. president of the
Jewish Federation, praised the
efforts and devotion of the
Budget and Allocations Com-
mittee headed by Jeanne Levy,
for the many hours they spent
studying in detail budgets of the
agencies, grapling with problems
of inadequate funds and
"developing an overall approach
lor M budgeting."
Jewish Family &. Children's
Service Announces-
The development ol a new
program which provides
visitation to shut-ins in our
communit) Volunteers, trained
.nid supervised by agency stafl
will be responsible tor making
regular visits to the homes ol the
more soeiaHj isolated members ol
ouriommumtv
Jewish Family A Children's
Service is currently recruiting
volunteers who can contribute
several hours a week ol time and
would like to assist someone who
is homebound. If you are in-
terested in volunteering to work
in this program, contact Ned
Goldberg at: Jewish Family \
Children's Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc.. 2411 Okeechobee
Blvd West Palm Beach. FL
33409. Telephone: 684-1991.
A beneficiary agency of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County and the United Way.
Goo. Robert Graham
Appoints Roni Gm
PALM BEACH Roni
Monell Goodman (Mrs. Howard).
Palm Beach resident and art
patron, and president of the
Goodman Arts and Education
foundation, has been named by
(iov. Bob.Graham as a member
of the Florida Educational
Council Her appointment is for a
period ol three yean.
The appointment is in
nilion ol Mrs (tollman's
interest in fostering the art
appreciation and education in
Florida's public and private
schools through the activities oj
the Goodman Arts and
Education Foundation.
The foundation, organized in
bj Horn and Howard
Goodman upon their becoming
permanent residents ol Palm
Beach, has recently donated a
complete fine arts center to the
new. under construction Jewish
( ommunky Day School. This art
center will he known as the
Goodman Fine Art Center
Koni (loodman is a former
member ol the New Jersey State
Vrts Council For years she
worked as an art aide for the
school Byslem ol Bergen County,
\ .1 She holds a fine arts degree
from Syracuse University and
was a textile designer of
homelurnishings and an interior

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Him /
designer professionally. Shuwgg
a\ id art collecloi and an active]
and or patron in, aiiiimg other]
things, tin Norton Museum i\
\rt, OPE Symphony and Civic]
Opera of Pair llearh.SheisdjI
a member ol the Palm Beach]
County Arts t ouncil.
Mrs. Goodman, throu^'h
close friendship and many yearn
ol family contact, is responsible]
lor securing the world famousDr.{
Armand Hammer Collection
art masterpieces that will hrj
exhibited at the Norton Museunl
ol Art. This collection will be oil
public display at the Norton,It
a period Of weeks, hcginninrl
Jan. IK. 1981.
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JCC Happenings
Senior News
a8portation
Comprehensive Senior
vice Center is funded by Title
OAA through Gulfateam
wide Council on Aging.
oviding transportation to
disadvantaged adults 60
i or older, in our designated
and a full education and
nation program is also
j*-ided. Call the Center at 689-
l and let us know as soon as
ile what your needs are.
ette
Joe and Emily Lowe
Udation Husette is available
persons who cannot use the
bblic transit to come to the
ish Community Center for
activities. We invite you to
,11 us and tell us when you plan
i attend a program so we can
range for our schedule ac-
Gdingly. We try in every way to
kommodate when possible, but
to the high cost of gas and
lintenance. we may have to
nil pickups in certain areas. We
your understanding and
operation as we continue to
vebp this special service. A
linimum contribution of 50
kits round trip is requested to
Mray our expenses. Call Rose or
U at the Center for husette
fheiluling.
akOut
r.njoy
an afternoon of ex-
ssion. friendship and learning
Wynn Kenton, discussion
lader. on Mondays at 1 p.m.
ley, Kssions: Dec. 22 and 29.
hHind Table Talk for Men-
I Timely Topics for Women
Joe Greenberg, group leader
the nun and Sylvia Skolnik,
roup leader lor the women.
bnduci lively discussion
Issions on politics, economics
hd current events every
nl the month at 1 p.m..
rthe exception of the second
|iesda\ Fur further Iff"-'
IrninUcn. call the Center at 689-
I
-
rakers Club
Herbert Sperber, president,
In~* all those interested in
bin- -.peaking to join this
pup which meets <>n Thur-
I SI Hi a.m.
be Out
Luncheons ai various
paurants will be held once a
th Kor turther details call
nnieorSamat the (enter
nir Keep in Touch
special Friendship program
ii on the third Monday
fail) month, tor Dec il will be
"i IV. IS at i p.m. Helen
Marx, group leader. Ann Cohen
and Miki Rosenblatt assist Mrs.
Marx. This month Rabbi Ed
Cohen of Congregation Beth
Torah in Wellington, will be the
guest speaker. Rose and Sam
Kanars. popular dancers in the
area, will perform. Refreshments
will be served. Everyone is in-
vited to attend and share in this
beautiful new activity. Tran-
sportation will be arranged for
older seniors whenever possible.
Romance and Drama
of the Hebrew Bible
A 3-part series will be
presented by Rabbi Jerome
Kestenbaum, who is also an
authority on linguistics and
sociology. Next sessions are
Friday. Dec. 12 and 19, from
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These
programs are most interesting
and informative. For further
information, call the Center at
689-7700.
V
Travel Series
Chairperson, Cele Bronfin,
announces that Frances Levy,
world traveler and journalist, will
present the last session of the
travel series with narrative and
slides. "South Pacific.'' will be
held on Wednesday. Dec. 17. at 1
p.m.
Second Tuesday Club
Activities
Card Party On Dec. 16. a
luncheon and card party will be
held at the Sweden House in
North Palm Beach. This is
always a fun afternoon. Arrange
your own card playing groups, or
call Sam Rubin for help in setting
up a table. Donation is $5.50.
New Year's Eve Join our
group for a fantastic evening on
the Jungle Queen. Have a
marvelous dinner, enjoy lovely
entertainment. Trip includes bus
transportation. boat cruise.
dinner and entertainment. Fee:
$23:60 per person Call the Center
and ask for Sam Rubin or Bonnie.
[Season's Greetings
To All Our Friends
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PUm Bach tSB-isoo
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Trips Jupiter Island All Day
Cruise. Thursday. March r>, 1981
from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
('mistt the beautiful Intracoastal
Waterway, pass Stuart, North
11 oho Sound and .Jupiter Island.
Florida's most exclusive island.
i\iev. the homes ol Americas
wealthiest families). Mullet
luncheon included. Memli.
>u. non-members
Transportation to Jupiter in-
cluded. Call 689-7700 for
reservations. *sk for Bonnie
Silveratein or Sam Rubin
JCC Flen Market
January 18. 1981. Plans are
GREYHOUND
RACING
underway for another Flea
Market for Sunday, Jan. 18. If
you have any items which you
wish to donate, call Sam Rubin at
the Center to make an ap-
pointment to have your mer-
chandise picked up.
Fxtra Extra Holiday
Prevue of the JCC Flea Market
will be held on Dec. 23 and 24
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Out-
standing furniture will be on sale.
'as well as appliances, clothing,
books, etc'.
An Intergenerational
Afternoon
i On Friday, Dec. 19, at 1:30
p.m., Jewish Community Center
children and seniors will be
together for an Intergenerational
Afternoon. Pre-school children
will sing songs of welcome to
seniors. The fabulous Har-
monaires of Covered Bridge,
featuring Irving Gilde,' Bernie
Brooks, and Bee Bunze, will link
the generations with their
beautiful entertainment. Seniors
from Cresthaven East will be our
guests. Everyone is invited to
share in this exciting afternoon.
Project Good Health
Jean Gross, chairperson,
announces that on Thursday,
Dec. 18, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.,
New Dimensions of Palm Beach
Junior College, will present the
program "Ask the Doctors,"
which will be a panel discussion
led by Dr. Hyman Lieberman.
For further information on this
program, call the Center at 689-
7700.
Dear Editor:
This fine program will
culminate Project Good Health
for the next few months. We wish
to commend our dear Jean Gross,
who is now recuperating, and
who has been chairperson since
the inception of this program in
1977, for bringing outstanding
programs to the Jewish Com-
munity Center. We also thank all
the health professionals who so
generously gave of their time to
educate and bring valuable in-
formation to our seniors.
Thank you Thank you.
Jean Rubin, Director
Comprehensive Senior
Service Center
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Treasures in
Jewish
Cooking ___
Dora Leopold
i*********** *^
The Jewish Floridian and Dora Leopold share these treasures
in Jewish cocking with you.
"ZARKOY" Jewish Eastern European Stew
"Zarkoy" has been a favorite dish in our family since I can
ever remember. It's delicious, easy to prepare, tender, the whole
family likes it, and it is reasonable in cost because it utilizes a
low-cost cut of meat.
1 chuck roast, with bone
2 onions sliced
6 to 8 cloves garlic, mashed
2 potatoes
2 carrots
salt to taste
black pepper to taste
water
Rinse and pat dry roast. In a large pot place sliced onions,
roast, and garlic, and cook over VERY LOW HEAT, turning
meat and onions till well browned. Make sure there is sufficient
liquid in pot: add some water if necessary. Add seasonings. Let
meat simmer for about 2' > hours, till fork tender. Peel and wash
potatoes and carrots. Slice carrots and add to pot. Cut potatoes
into very small cubes and add to pot. Add enough water to cover
vegetables. Add salt and pepper. Continue cooking for another
45 minutes to 1 hour. May add more potatoes and carrots,
depending on number of people served. This will serve about 4.
Enjoy! __________________
Community Calendar
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Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood Shobbat Dinner- 6 p.m. UJA
REGIONAL CONFfllENCE ORLANDO THROUGH DEC. 14
Dm. 13 .
Hadassah Bal Gurion "Gong Show Party"
Ik. 14
jewish federation cocktail party poinciana place -4lo
6 p.m. B'nai B'rith Mitzvah Council 9:30 a.m. Jewish Com-
munity Center Father-Child Chanukah Workshop 10 a.m. to
Noon Temple Beth Sholom 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei
Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club 10
a.m. Temple Beth Sholom General Membership Meeting 1
p.m.
Dm. 15
National Women's Division Workers Campaign KicVoff Temple
Emanu-EI Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. Hadassah Tikvoh 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT Palm Beach 1 p.m. Jewish Family &
Children's Service board 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith #3016 7:45
p.m. Temple Israel Sisterhood 8 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION
EXECUTIVE BOARD 8 p.m.
Dec. 16
Hadassah Henrietta Szold 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. Jewish Community Center Women's Association 8 p.m.
Nc.ll
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION BOARD MEETING 7:30
p m B'nai B'rith North Lodge A night at Joi Aloi Hadassah
Shalom National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach -
board 10 a.m. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30
am Pioneer Women Golda Meir board 1 p.m.
Dec. IS
Israel Bond Fashion Show Breakers Women's American ORT -
Evening board 8 p.m B'nai B'rith Women Ohov board -
9:30 a.m. Hadassah Yovel 1 p.m. Hadassah Bat Gurion -
8 p.m. Hadassah Chai 12:30 p.m. Jewish Community
Center Executive Committee 8 p.m. Hadassah Golda Meir -
12:30 p.m.
Dec. If
Temple Beth David Sisterhood Garage Sale 8 a.m. JEWISH
federation campaign cabinet- ramada inn 12:15 p.m.
Dm. 20
jewish federation leadership development
Dm. 21
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. Jewish Com-
munity Day School Groundbreaking Ceremony 3 p.m.
Dm. 22
Jewish Community Center Winter Vacation Program through
Jan. 2nd B'nai B'rith Women Boynton Beach 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT Mid-Palm 1 p.m. JEWISH FED-
ERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING-8 p.m.
Dm. 23
Women's American ORT West Palm Beoch board 1 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club -
board
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bers of Parliament, a Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
pipe-band in the entire world!
a j a ^ cour^ Scotland's most famous product is scotch whisky.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pace 11
otatoes
olombo
(has 456 less cabries than potato
)ing made with sour cream.
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pupg Colombo Plain Whole
Iwitk vogu't
leup crumbled blue cheese
jcop cHopbed ceiety
[cup imitation flavored
looconbits
Ifeospoon : '
In bowl combine all ingredients Serve
as topping on baked potatoes or other
hot vegetables Or chill well and serve
as dip for potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
mixture
H,.....Ur suggestion for a delightful, light, low-calorie
birbecw We v alternated chicken and fresh vegetables on
.,-. n I In secret is in the marinade which is made of tomato
juice plus flavorful seasoning and broth crystals which add up
to onlj fi caloraw per packet. So if you're planning on keeping
the ol weigh! down this summer, and who isn t. this is the
meal. ___ .
Chicken Kabob*
i zucchini, sliced
l !i ukcn breast in "cubes
cherry tomatoai
small white onions, frozen or fresh
packets G Washington s Golden Seasoning
and Broth
npi tomato )uice
i tablespoon dehydrated onion flakes
dash pepper
Ulanch zucchini slues in boiling water for about 5 minutes,
dram on absorbent towels. Alternate mcchfau chicken cubes.
cherry tomatoes, and while onions on skewers. Combine re-
maming ingredients; boil for :> minutes. Pour half of marinade in
baking dish; place kabobs in dish; marinate for one hour. Place
and broil for 8 to 10 minutes. Turn, baste with
remaining sauce, Broil for 6 minutes until lightly browned.
Serve I
Sharon
Gets
Tough
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Ariel Sharon, the controversial
Minister of Agriculture, was at
the center of a mini-drama at a
Cabinet meeting Sunday. In a
rare move, the ministers refused,
for the third consecutive week, to
approve Sharon's proposal that
Meir Shamir be appointed
director of the Lands Authority
in place of Yaacov Aknin, whom
Sharon has fired.
The move is rare because in
general ministers do not interfere
in appointments made by their
colleagues. Hut in this case,
several Cabinet members are
understood to feel that Aknin
a llerut loyalist and, by many
accounts, an efficient civil ser-
vant has been shabbily dealt
with.
Commerce Minister Gideon
I'att asked why the curriculum
i itm of Shamir submitted to the
ministers began only in 1959.
SHARON REPLIED that he
had sent a full curriculum to the
Cabinet secretariat, but it had
apparently been cut there.
That is not true,'" Cabinet
Secretary Arye Naor said.
Sharon repeated his assertion,
and Naur his firm denial.
I demand that the Cabinet
secretary not raise his voice,"
Sharon said.
"1 don't need to take orders
From you." Naor retorted. This
Ugly "exchange between a
minister and a civil servant -
continued lor some moments
more with Prime Minister Begin
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nation dry salod dressing mix.
rcups Colombo Plain Vvtole
Milk Yogurt
| Lemen Juice
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Cornbino*es*ngmixand
Colombo Vbgurf Wend weH^cW
lemon juice to thin to taste. Chill
until ready to use.
Makes 2 cups dressing
Coffee
Colombo
It has 304 less cabries than coffee
cake made with sour cream.
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ressing made with sour cream
RELATIONS between Sharon
and Naor have long been sour,
with Sharon suspecting Naor of
backing former Defense Minister
1,/er Weizman in feuds against
him (Sharon).
The Cabinet voted to defer the
Shamir appointment, and Sharon
vowed to bring it up again next
week
Hut this was not the end of
Sharon's gruff performance at
the Cabinet. He attacked Chief of
Staff Rafael Eytan for having
publicly criticized government
economic policy, sayin8 "
sometimes seems like the Army
orders the government around
rather than the reverse."
And he defended vigorously
his own weekend interview in
which he had criticized the Army
for not economizing enough. To
National Religious Party leader
Dr. Yosef Burg, who ventured a
word of criticism, Sharon said, "I
will buy you from my own money
a listening device that will enable
you to hear the radio on Shabbat
- then you will know that I was
quoted out of context. '
PRIME MINISTER Begin,
who is also Defense Minister,
spoke up at this point to say that
hV had planned to put out a
statement rebutting Sharons
strictures as they had been
reoorted but Sharon had
Xed to say he had been nua-
reoorted and quoted out of
cTtexT "I must accept h ex-
planation," Begin said.
I pkg (18 5 oi ) yellow cake mix
1 cup Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
' i cup water
2 eggs
1 cup chopped walnuts or
pecans
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
> 2 cup sugar
Prepare cake mix according to
package directions, substituting
Colombo Yogurt tor 1 cup water
Pour halt the batter into greased
and tloured 13x9x2 inch
pan
Combine nuts, cinnamon ana
sugar Sprinkle halt over batter Top
with remaining batter and nut
mixture Bake according to
package directions Cool m pan
Festive Pizza
1 package(13oz.)Chef BoyardeeComplete
Cheese Pizza in a Skillet
1 cup cubed eggplant
1 cup sliced zucchini
' i cup chopped onion
' i cup chopped green pepper
1 clove garlic, minced
2 tbeps. olive oil or cooking oil
11 tsp. salt
Prepare pizza crust mix according to package direction!.
Generously grease bottom and sides of cold 10" skillet. Grease
fingers and spread dough evenly over bottom to edges of skillet;
pinch up edges to hold sauce. Pour canned pizza sauce from
package over dough, spread to edges.
Saute eggplant, zucchini, onion, pepper and garlic in olive
oil. Remove and drain on absorbent paper, sprinkle with salt.
Arrange on top of pizza sauced dough; then sprinkle shredded
cheese from package on top.
Cook covered with lid slightly ajar, over medium-low heat
on electric range or low heat on gas range for 16-18 minutes or
until bottom is golden brown. Loosen sides and bottom of pizza
with spatula; slide pizza onto cutting surface. Serve im-
mediately. iiiMMimimmill
Cooking
Colombo
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all-natural Colombo- Plain
Yogurt instead of sour cream
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Sour Cream 454 43.2 gms. 152 mg.
Mayonnaise 1.616 179.2 gms. 154mg.
Cottage Cheese (creamed) 239 9.5 gms. 48 mg.
Cream Cheese 840 84.8 gms. 251 mg.


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, Decembers
On Miami Beach
Scientists to be Saluted at Weizmann Dinner
A singular program that
salutes the growing inter-
national role of the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science,
which in the last 12 months
resulted in seven of its
ranking faculty members
receiving topmost honors
from the world scientific
community, will be a high-
light at the annual dinner
dance of the Institute's
Florida Division, Sunday,
Dec. 14, at the Fontaine-
bleau Hilton Hotel, Miami
Beach, Jay Weiss, division
chairman announced.
Also featured on the evening's
program will be the appearance of
David Frost, international TV
star, who has conducted
television interviews with ex-
President Nixon, the late Shah of
Iran. Dr. Henry Kissinger, and a
host of other world figures.
On the scientific level, Prof.
John Ross, noted scientist of
Stanford University and co-
chairman of the Institute's
Scientific Advisory Council, will
report on a wide variety of new
Weizmann drug compounds and
other medical products currently
undergoing promising clinical
trials in leading hospitals in the
United States, Europe and Israel
against major diseases and
deficiencies.
THE MAJOR aspects of these
achievements, both by the
Weizmann laureates for their
bodies of research as well as the
products of Weizmann's famed
laboratories, is the subject of a
documentary film, produced in
England. Israel and the United
States and narrated by David
Schoenbrun, noted commentator
on world affairs.
The film, which will be
screened for the first time in this
area, also features Lord Sieff of
Brimpton, chairman of the
Institute's international Board of
Governors; Prof. Michael Sela,
Institute president; Nobel
Laureate Christian B. Anfinsen,
of the National Institutes of
Health; and Abba Eban, former
president of the Institute and
Israel's one-time Foreign
Minister.
"The seven scientists upon
whom the international scientific
community has heaped these
many honors this past year,"
Weiss said, "truly mirror the
vitality of the Weizmann
Institute campus. They are a
measure of its ongoing promise
and achievement a day to day
congruency with Dr. Chaim
Weizmann's vision of Science
serving Israel and the world
community."
THE AWARDS and honors
which the leading scientific
bodies from the United States,
Great Britain, West Germany
and Israel conferred upon
Weizmann Institute scientists in
the last 12 months are;
The Royal Astronomical
Society of Great Britain's
coveted Gold Medal, last
January, to Prof. Chaim L.
Fekeris. founder of the Weiz-
mann Institute's Department of
Applied Mathematics. An earlier
winner of the award was Albert
Einstein. Prof. Pekeris also
received this year's Israel Prize in
Physics, and 1974 Columbia
University'8 Vetlesen Prize,
known as the Nobel Prize of the
Earth Sciences.
The prestigious Robert Koch
Prize in Medical Sciences,
presented to Institute Prof. Ruth
Arnon, director of the newly-
established Unit of Molecular
Biology of Parasitic Diseases. It
was presented by the Robert
Koch Foundation in Bonn, West
Germany, last December.
Dr. Isaac Berenblum, retired
professor of experimental
biology, recipient of the General
Motors Cancer Research
Foundation's Alfred P. Sloan Jr.
1980 Award. Dr. Berenblum's
earlier awards include the
Weizmann Prize (1959) and the
Rothschild Prize (1967).
Israel's Rothschild Prize in
Physical Sciences, to Prof. Harry
J. Lipkin, holder of the Herbert
H. Lehman Chair of Theoretical
Physics for his imi>ortant
achievements in solid
physics, nuclear phV8i *2
elementary particle JhyS H
The Gairdner InternatkJ
Award to Prof. MichL?IS
Weizmann Institute ftJJJ'
Canada s most prestigio^
for medial science and 22
MB for his fundarr*w,i
contribution to ou^
demanding of lhe molec2
basis of immunogenicity.^* |
in Medicine U) Prof. ^ S
holder of the Otto MeS
Chair of Molecular Bk*J2
Head of the Department *
Genetics, for his original and
pioneering contributions
elucidating the control of grJk
and differentiation in normal and
cancer cells and other pioneer,
achievements in cancer resean-K
and cell biology. ""
The Rothschild Prize
Chemistry for the yeir
5739/1979 was awarded to SI
Izchak Steinberg for "his original
and outstanding contributions to
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Letter to the Editor^ cton8
tutions to become Israeli citizens,
Steinberg
blum
Pekeris
|ysical Chemistry."
^ AWARDS pay tribute to
treativc scientific thinking
[experimentation that is
carried out today by the
(body of 2,000 scientific
ligators working in the
lute's famed laboratories in
ot.
new drugs and
ations, to emerge recently
lits laboratories and that are
\ clinically tested by leading
j centers in Europe, Israel
Ithe United States for the
_*nt of multiple sclerosis,
t cell anemia, infectious eye
kses and severe im-
blogical deficiencies, are
|ving wide attention.
of the drugs showing
kise in arresting the
.ssion of crippling multiple
psis and denoted as Cop 1
Jlymer 1, a synthetic
eptide derives from the
Isive laboratory and ex-
ental work carried out by a
nann team headed by Prof.
| who created the Institute's
rtmi'nt of chemical im-
blogy in 1963.
Bectivc treatment of MS
Ints in a series of clinical
of the new therapy,
tedly free of toxic effects
limmunosupressive activity,
bout in begin here and
eas: in New York at the
Kinstein Medical Center,
prusilem at the Hadassah-
ew University Hospital and
bttinnen, Federal Republic of
J1K FLORIDA Division of
Institute, has a membership
jends and supporters of the
pnann Institute residing in
da. 1'uerto Rico and the
tin Islands.
annual dinner-dance on
J14 is part of the Division's
[round educational program
|sup|K)rtive activities which
esidents in this region are
ucting on behalf of Israel's
^nationally renowned
Itific research center which
founded in 1949 by Dr.
Weizmann, Israel's famed
Itist-statesman and first
dank
usic at the dinner-dance will
ovided by the Jerry Mar-
shall Orchestra. Reservations
and other information can be
obtained from the Florida
Division of the American
Committee for the Weizmann
Institute of Science, Suite 309,
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The entire world is interested
in the future of Jerusalem
because of its association with
three of the world's great
religions. Let's try to keep it
simple and not emotional just
historical facts:
Throughout history Jerusalem
has never been the capital of any
people except the Jewish people.
As the "City of David" it was the
seat of government of the Jews
and today is the capital of Israel,
the spiritual, political and legal
successor to the Biblical Jewish
State.
For 19 years during this 20th
century the Jordanians occupied
and held the city captive.
Although they promised full
religious freedom and protection
of the holy places, its record is
well known and borders on the
obscene. Of 54 Synagogues in the
Old City, 51 were demolished and
the building blocks used for
roads. Tombstones on the Mount
of Olives Cemetery were upended
and used to build latrines, etc.
The population of the Jewish
quarters was forced to flee, the
less fortunate put to the sword
(this in our 20th century). The
Christians, while not physically
harmed, also suffered.
Christian citizens of Israel
were denied access to their holy
places except on High Holy
Days. In 1958 a law was passed
requiring all members Of the
Greek Brotherhood of the Holy
Sepulchre to become Jordanian
citizens. In 1965 an ordinance
prohibited further acquisition of
land for the development of
Christian institutions. In 1966 all
Christian schools had to submit
their curricula for government
approval. Even Moslem citizens
of Irael found their holy places in
the Old City denied to them
except on the Highest Holy
Days. Such ordinances were sub-
sequently revoked by Israel. For
the first time in thousands of
years there was a complete
religious freedom for all. During
those 19 years there was not a
peep out of the Pope, priests,
ministers or other leaders of the
so-called civilized world. Imagine
the hue and cry today if the
Israeli government required
members of the Christian insti-
submit their curricula of religious
study for governmental approval
and destroyed Christian houses
of worship, holy books and
vestments.
Today there is hue and cry
despite the contrasts. Moslem
holy places are guarded by armed
Arab police. During prayer, non-
Moslems are forbidden ad-
mission. The Red Crescent
Society functions as in the past.
The Supreme Moslem Council
continues supreme in all religious
matters. For the first time in
years, Israeli Moslems may
worship at shrines in the Old
City, any day of the week. In
1967, the Moslem Kadi of Jaffa
said. "Let it be known to every
Moslem in the world that
religious freedom which we have
enjoyed since the establishment
of the State of Israel will continue
forever."
If the outside world would stop
interfering and leave the in-
habitants of Jerusalem alone it
would truly be a City of Peace for
all Mankind.
BETTY STEINBERG TELL
Coventry J-232
West Palm Beach
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Vi cup sugar
Vi teaspoon salt
Vi teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon lemon
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8 ounce* Muellers egg
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held at ZOA House, New York. Shown here addressing more
than 100 participants is Dr. Margaret N. Maxey, bio-ethicist.
From left to right are Dr. Roger Shinn, Professor of Social
Ethics at Union Theological Seminary, Dr. Zalman Shapiro,
Chairman of Zoa Energy Committee, Dr. Maxey, Ivan J.
Novick, President of ZOA, and Rabbi David Blumenfeld,
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With your commitment the Women's
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Reagan Will be Friendlier to IsraelJavits
jfl Sen. Jacob K.
I (II. NY.) predicted to
jt a convention here
rfrs interest would be
^rved. at least 'n tne anort
the policies of the in-
administration of
J,t-Elect Ronald Reagan
fpresident Carter had been
; at the final session of
anniversary National
I Convention of the Union
Orthodox Jewish
ations of America, Sen.
. told the 300 delegates
[the difference between
and Carter is that
will put a greater em-
on security, improving
ability to defend itself,
king Israel more useful to
I States and its allies in
I. Carter would have tried
tuate a general peace in
i through the Camp David
which Sen. Javits
I as "now a dead end."
IDON Michael Foot.
elected leader of Britain's
lion Labor Party, has
i strong call for friendship
Britain and Israel here
daily between Socialists
countries. Addressing a
| of the Labor Friends of
he offered his first
nts on Middle East
i in many years.
?as intended to reassure
Sen. Jacob Javits
Labor's influential pro-Israel
lobby that although he is a left-
winger on economic matters, he
does not share the anti-Israel bias
of several other left-wingers.
Nevertheless, he made clear that
he would steer an even course
between Israeli and Arab
positions. He described the
Palestine conflict as one between
"two rights," adding that such,
conflicts can be more dangerous
than those between a right and a
wrong.
JERUSALEM Prime
Minister Menachem Begin has
banned a political gathering of
Israeli Arabs that was to be held
in Nazareth on Saturday. Acting
on his authority as Defense
Minister, Begin maintained that
the purpose of the planned
meeting, known as the "Arab
Congress," was to identify with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization which is an illegal
body under Israeli law.
The organizers of the Congress
flatly denied the charge and said
that they would consider "all
legal means" to fight the ban.
This could include an appeal to
the Supreme Court and regional
gatherings in all Arab centers in
Israel. Begin acted under the
emergency regulations dating
from the British Mandate which
are still applicable under Israeli
law.
PARIS Israel's Foreign
Minister Itzhak Shamir stressed
here that Israel "does not accept
the premises of the Venice
Declaration" the joint statement
issued by the nine member states
last summer calling for the with-
drawal of Israeli troops behind
the 1967 lines and PLO par-
ticipation in the peace process.
Shamir, in an interview with
/,c Monde, said Israel continues
to rely on the Camp David
agreements and is prepared "to
make further concessions and
sacrifices within this
framework."
JERUSALEM The case of
Viktor Brailovsky, renowned
Soviet cybemeticist and Jewish
activist and refusenik arrested in
Moscow on Nov. 13, is a "test
case for the entire future of
Soviet Jewry," according to
Brailovsky's former colleague,
Prof. Mark Azbel.
Azbel is now a professor of
physics at Tel Aviv University,
having himself struggled long
and hard before being allowed to
leave the Soviet Union.
He told newsmen here Monday
that Brailovsky's case was
unique and therefore fateful
for the whole Jewish acticism and
Aliya movement because he
was the first scientist refusenik
whom the Soviets had arrested
specifically for Jewish activities.
Currently held in the notorious
Butyerki Prison, Brailovsky has
been told he has been arrested
and will be charged for "anti-
Soviet slander" on the basis of
his activity as editor of the
publication,.lews in the USSR.
German Jew Critical of Pope
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) The chairman of the West Ger-
man Jewish community, Werner Nachmann, has
criticized Pope John Paul II for not giving enough
support to the Egyptian-Israeli peace talks.
In an interview published in Die Welt, a few days
after he led a delegation of 30 prominent West German
Jews in a meeting with the Pope in Mainz, Nachmann also
regretted that the Vatican has failed to officially recognize
the State of Israel or to send a top-ranking envoy to
Jerusalem.
ASKED ABOUT the Pope's remarks to the Jewish
delegation that there was a need for all people to be recon-
ciled in Jerusalem, Nachmann said: "I hope that what the
Pope meant was that Jerusalem with its holy places is
today accessible to all religions. I hope that the Pope
meant he wishes peace will come and prays for it, that the
present situation will be kept untouched."
In its meeting with the Pope, the Jewish delegation
had asked the Pontiff to support the present situation in
Jerusalem, noting that never in its history was access to
the holy places by people of all faiths more free than it is
now. During the meeting, the Pope refrained from men-
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it did not want to hear. No
wonder then that President
Carter, ever mindful of his public
image, mulling dispiritedly over
the results of the latest preferen-
tial polls, rapidly acquired the
reputation of a milk sop.
There is much in this for
Honald Reagan to study. His
appeal during the campaign was
to a freshness of approach, a
rejection of the old faces, the
power-brokers who have been in
Washington from time im-
memorial, whisking from one
administration to another
regardless of party affiliation,
proposing their unchanging ideas
and their very special interests.
His appeal was to minority
groups, including women, too
long excluded from the white,
male-dominated fortress of
national decision-making.
Especially in the case of women,
he rode upon the rough road of
anti-ERA declarations at the
same time that he reaffirmed his
belief in the principle that there
shall be no discrimination based
upon sex.
REAGAN'S appeal was in the
end an attack upon the
Georgians, the Carter mob that
promptly insulated Mr. Carter
from mainstream and even grass-
roots America and that gave him
a view of contemporary Real-
polilik that would have served
him far better in the land of Oz.
Reagan, we were meant to
believe, would bring in new faces,
new ideas, long-suffering minor-
ities who never had a chance at
bat.
His inauguration in still well
more than a month away, and
already we see that President-
Elect Reagan has not learned the
lesson of Jimmy Carter's defeat.
He has not yet stepped into the
office, and already we know he
will not be an immortal. The
minions of candidates for his
cabinet choices are the same old
Nixon-Ford brokers. In their
ranks were women, to whom he
should have paid particularly
special attention, but they were
only grudgingly listed and then
only at the bottom of the pecking
order of power. Blacks did not
fare any better. As for Jews,
whom Mr. Reagan courted so
avidly, now they are forgotten.
Replacing the Georgians in a
new fortress are the Califomians
and. one step removed, the old
failures of another era.
He Knows /Moses
NCCJ Says Baptist Smith is Dangerous
NEW YORK Dr. David
Hyatt, president of the National
Conference of Christians and
.lews, has issued a response to
Mai ley Smith's remark in a recent
sermon in which he is quoted as
saying that Jews have "funny-
looking noses.''
In a statement given to the
press from his New York
headquarters Hyatt said:
"Once again Americans are
shocked by a public comment
roin a Christian religious leader
;hat reflects the kind of latent
U-Semitism that exists in this
lion. It's those kinds of snide
marks that, if left un-
lalknged. plant the virulent
cancers that lead to Holocausts,
apartheid laws and social
repression, sanctioned by an elite
few.
"NCCJ CALLS upon all
Americans, especially our
political leaders led by President
Carter and President-Elect
Reagan, to rise in unison against
that kind of racist slur.
"Dr. Smith should keep his
anti-Semitic feelings to himself,
and certainly not use the pulpit
to promulgate his brand of
bigotry and anti-Semitism It is
unconscionable and immoral for
him to use his position as head of
the Southern Baptist Convention
to fan the flames of prejudice.
This unthinking anti-Semitic
Three Neo-Nazis Get
\ Suspended Sentences
By DAVID KANTOK
;ONN (JTAl Hire.
a activists received BiBpended
ilences from a Hamburg court
a violent attack on left wing
lonstrators protesting their
,-Semitii activities. The
lences ranged from six
nths to four years im-
l .onment. Two other defen-
, its were fined 1.800 Marks
... h. All had been charged with
I ach of the peace.
The four years suspended
sentence was imposed on Michae'
Kuehnen, the self-proclaimed
"fuehrer" of the group. He is a
former West Germany army
officer who has been leading
right-wing organizations that
maintain close contacts with the
Pa'estine Liberation
Organization.
masqueraded as a sports club,
was outlawed last January on
grounds that its a< 11\ ities were in
violation of the constitution.
One i>l its members was named
b) police recently as the person
responsible for the fatal
Oktoberfest bombing in Munich
it was disclosed at that time the
members of the Hoffmann group
attended a military training
program at PLO installations in
Lebanon. Hoffmann himself
visited Beirut and Damascus,
Syria several times in recent
months.
remark from his recent sermon,
Why did God choose the Jews? I
don't know why. I think they've
got tunny-looking noses myself. I
don't know why. That's God's
business, was reported in the
Dallas Morning News on Nov. 13.
HIS EARLIER remark in
Dallas in August that God
Almighty does not hear the
prayer of a Jew was theologically
primitive, and this is a throwback
to the cruel and vicious way of
thinking that spawned the Ku
Klux Klan and the Nazi
movement
\& a ( at hoik and a Christian.
I lind his comments repugnant,
outrageous and dangerous They
must not U' allowed to go
unanswered l)r Smith ap-
parently forgets that .lesus
Himselt at a Je* Mono* or, he in
no way speaks lor the Christian
community as a whole.
"Indeed. In*, attitude toward
Jews, il Ins remarks are an in-
dication, are not only anti-
Semitic anil anti-Christian, as
well, but the) violate the spirit
and teachings of Jesus.
'THE DALLAS press reports
oi Dr. Smith's remarks, taken in
context, indicate he thought he
was being humorous and
lighthearted and that he loves
his Jewish friends.'
"But the implication of what
he said was insensitively
derogatory and a gross and
terrible put-down, sadly un-
worthy of any Christian or Jew
with ecumenical understanding,
let alone the president of
America's most numerically
dominant Protestant group."
IN THE Sen. Percy I
Moscow, we see a t2M
Keagan espoused 7^
during h.s campaigTS1
presidency. But it is a *
that the Democrats, *ff,
still possessed ovenZl,"
dominance in the Con
embraced just as well,e3
President Carter himself,^|
the Reagan view on SALT iri
hardly either new or daring.
Similarly, Sen. Percy M
President-Elects emissary
already let Mr. Reagan's J
supporters know that the |
Reagan words about the
and a Palestinian state werei
that words to be swept i
as a frankly expedient pi
campaigner's grandstand!]
once the presidency was J
Once the post-campaign dustl
settled, the traditional
brokers are reinstated and"
continuum of petro-diplon
assured.
It is an inauspicious begin
the President-Elect's. Hisi-r
tunity is rare: considering!
age. he will essentially be a I
duck President, a man if hei
be his own man, with nothin
lose except the freedom tocb_
as he sees it. With nothingtoli,
but his place in history wm|
choices to be uninspired.
And yet. Mr. Reagan isi
embarked on the old ways,!
as if he were not a lame duel
all thai being a lame duck I
as advantage. He is
assure his place in hislory|
treading lightly upon the pn
and therefore relinquishing I
the future.
Season's Greetings To All My Friends
Bernard Stein, M.D.. IT
of Boca Raton
Magnuson Schwinn Cyclerlf
Wishes The Entire Community A Happy Holiday
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In another development, a
West Berlin federal court is
j continuing open hearings on the
. in plaint by Karl-Heinz Hoff-
mann against the government's
on the so-caBed ,'Wehr-
tsgruppe Hoffmann." a neo-
para-military organization
be heads. The group, which
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Mrs. Curro's class is shown in their presentation of "Thanks-
giving what we have to be thankful for. "
Nikki Ravitz has her Chanukah purchase wrapped by Mrs
Tarlowe at the PTA Chanukah gift shop.
The second grade "sails" on stage in the Mayflower for their
Guests at the Thanksgiving program included the student body class presentations at the Jewish Community Day School
of the "Giant Step" day care center with their directress, Thanksgiving program.
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Proffle of a Refusenik-Vladimir Dashevsky
By WILLIAM DANSKER
Chairman
Soviet Jewry Task Force
Community Relations Council
Vladimir Dashevsky is a 43'
year-old astro-physicist. In the
spring of 1977. Vladimir, his wife,
Yanna. and their two sons,
Kliyahu and Moshe. applied for
repatriation to Israel. They
waited twenty-three long months
for a reply. When the answer
finally came, it was a refusal.
Soviet Authorities informed
\ ladimir that his departure was
"not in the State interest.'* An
eminent scientist. Vladimir had
t>een employed in theoretical
physics research. The director at
his place of work told him that
his research was not classified,
but refused to inform OV1R of
this fact.
After submitting emigration
papers. Vladimir lost his job.
Since then he has not been able to
lind work in his profession. As a
result, his family has been
reduced to a low level of sub-
sistence.
Both Yanna and Vladimir are
committed to their new-found
Judaism. They are religious.
celebrating the Jewish holidays
and observing tradition as much
as possible. Yanna has been a
participant in activities of the
Moscow Women's Committee.
Vladimir, who speaks fluent
Knglish. is a participant in the
Krailovsky seminar.
In August 1979, 120
astronomers representing
eighteen countries at a conference
in Montreal of the International
Astronomical Union signed a
protest petition on behalf of
astro-physicist Dr. Vladimir
Dashevsky and space scientist
Professor Yakov Alpert. The
petition requested exit visas for
these accomplished scientists so
that they would be able "to
utilize their scientific skills
productively-' The petition went
on to state:
We consider these denials to be
contrary to the universal prin-
ciples governing science
international scientific
cooperation. Science and
scientists must be free to pursue
ideas and research that will
contribute to the advancement of
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Royal Palm Beach Village will
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Mrs. Alice Wise for their out-
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A rally will be held at the City
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Chanukah Celebration
By MURRAY J KERN.
CHAIRMAN
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Celebration of Chanukah ir
facilities for the' aged and in
capacitated was more widespread
and more enthusiastic this year
than ever before in Palm Beach
County. Because Chanukah came
more than two weeks earlier than
the Christmas holiday, it stood
alone as a reason for celebration
in the institutions for the aged. It
is understandable when the dates
on the two holidays coincide in
places with a predominantly
Christian population that
Chanukah is overshadowed,
especially since Chanukah is not
a religious holiday in the sense
that Christmas is to the
Christians.
This year, with the encourage-
ment and coordinating efforts of
Rabbi Alan R- Sherman's
Chaplain Aide Corps, activities
directors of institutions seized
the opportunity to schedule ex-
clusive Chanukah programs for
Jewish and non-Jewish residents.
As part of these programs.
Jewish Day School children and
USY groups put on special
dramatizations and readings on
the Chanukah theme. Com-
munity rabbis, cantors, lay
leaders and singers pitched in to
provide programs that brought
the excitement of Chanukah to all
residents who are for the most
part confined to wheel chairs or
at least to the environs of the
facility.
Some places provided special
luncheons to the Jewish residents
and some served "latkes" to all
the participants. Cookies and
punch were ever present at the
parties. The pride of the Jewish
residents in their holiday and
their own celebration was evident
in their faces. The programs were
enjoyed by all.
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
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.tv B. Rayburn. Murray was honored by the Israel Cancer
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fheJewiihFtoridiiin of Palm Beach County
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rael's Big Payola Scandal
Minister Charged With Taking Kickbacks
ContiflMd from Pag* 1
iy caused the suspected
gerso much pain.
YESSET SPEAKER
n said his own view, based
ist experience of immunity
mB involving Knesseters.
that the House Committee
Id consider solely whether
-overnment was in some way
cuting the suspected Knea-
or otherwise interfering
his role as a Knesseter or
the work of the Knesset aa
The House Committee
d not, said Berman, enter
the merits of the case in
tion.
lit that is not a universally
pted view. National Re-
Party faction Chairman
Lja llen-Meir, a committee
iber, said Monday night he
ved the committee must
mine the basis of the Attor-
ieneral s request for removal
unity" and see "if there is
no facie case."
n-Meir urged the public to
n a lesson" from the fact
Abuh was to be charged (if
immunity is eventually
ved I on only one bribery
- though the press over
past months had "accused
him of practically every crime
under the sun "
BEN-MEIR said he was not
minimizing the gravit of the sus-
pected offense. He was merely
pointing out that many other
issues cited during Abuh s "trial
by press" had not been con-
sidered by the Attorney General
worthy of basing a charge upon
them.
Hen-Meir noted, too, that the
bribery charge seemed to be
based on the evidence of state's
witness, Yisrael Gottleib, the
NRP official and former Mayor of
Bnei Berak. Abuh's attorneys
have sought to argue all along
and are expected to argue in
court too, that Gottleib's
evidence is insufficiently credible
or that Gottleib himself is insuf-
ficiently trustworthy.
The Attorney General called a
press conference, where he dis-
tributed the charge sheet, signed
by State Attorney Gabriel Rach,
and explained his decision.
HE SAID he had turned down
police recommendations to bring
charges based on five separate
files against Abuh. A sixth, in-
volving susrjected election bribes
in Ramie in 1978, was also found
lacking after long consideration.
The two remaining files con-
cerned suspicions and allegations
that Abuh had received bribes
during 1978 and 1979 from three
separate Bnei Berak Torah insti-
tutions in return for inflating his
ministry's allocations to these
institutions.
Charged with Abuh are his
senior aide, Moshe Gabbai
both men are to be arraigned for
taking bribes and Shmuel
Daskal, of Vishnitz Yeshiva, and
Amram Daskal, of the Yemenite
Heritage Institute, who are
charged with giving bribes.
A third institution involved is
the Spinka Yeshiva in Bnei
Berak, whose director, Hermun
Fruchter. is apparently to be
a state's witness alongside
Gottleib.
ACCORDING to the charge
sheet, Gottleib did the arranging
of the deals, and transmitted the
moneys to the aide, Gabbai, after
having reached the various
agreements in conversations with
the minister. Moreover, Gottleib
reported directly to the minister
on the completion of the various
deals.
Among the sums cited in the
charge sheet is one of IL 125,000
(from the Vishnitz institutions)
and another of IL 226,000 from
the Spinka institutions (both of
these are Hassidic courts in Bnei
Berak).
' 'Sources dose to Abuh" were
cited Monday night by Kol
Yisrael as being "surprised" that
the Attorney General had
decided to press charges on the
basis of the evidence at his
disposal. Abuh was said to be
confident that his innocence
would eventually be proven. He
was said to feel a victim of "the
greatest manhunt" this country
has ever witnessed.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
aeveted to efoceittea of
letetrosTt to Jewish Ufa
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Women In Reform Judaism
By RABBI
EDWARD L. COHN
Temple Beth Torah,
Wellington
Long before the feminist
movement, Reform Judaism in
the 19th century gave women
equal rights in the synagogue.
Allowing them to sit with the
men of their families and
counting them among the
minyan, women were encouraged
to actively participate in the
worship service. Over the years
women's roles in the Reform
Synagogue has increased greatly.
Since World War II when
American women added to their
roles as homemakers new jobs in
the market place, women have
found new positions in the
synagogue as well. Many women
sought careers in the synagogue
as Temple educators and Temple
administrators. Where once there
had been an abundance of males
occupying those positions, today
more and more women are being
employed. With great technical
skills and higher education in
Judaica. our seminaries are
providing degrees to those
women who pursue a career as a
Temple educator. Some of them
today are not only teaching and
administering their respective
Editor's Note: The views
expressed by the rabbis are
strictly their own and do not
necessarily reflect the views of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County.
religious school, but are
producing texts and materials for
youth and adult education as
well.
With a keen aptitude for
business and with the ability to
organize the activities of the
Temple, women today are taking
up the challenge of Temple
administrators. In large
congregations this position is
indispensable, not only to the
rabbis and staff, but to the
membership as well.
In the past few years there has
been a remarkable increase in the
number of congregations electing
women as their presidents.
Active work in the Temple
Sisterhood prepared many
women for positions on the
Temple Board, where sensitivity,
intelligence and dedication
earned the congregation's respect
to elect them president.
In 1972, Sally Priesand was
ordained the first woman rabbi in
the Reform Movement. Since
Rabbi Priesand. over one-half
dozen more women have been
Hah hi ( 'ahn
ordained and hold active
positions throughout the
country. And in 1975 the first
woman cantor in Reform was
ordained from the School of
Sacred Music.
No longer relegated to the
gallery, Reform Jewish women
have found their equal place in
the synagogue. With the out-
standing contributions these
women perform in their
respective positions, the Reform
movement continues to prosper
and grow with even greater
impetus and purpose.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold
monthly meeting
its regular
on Mondav.
Dec. 15, at noon in Schwartzberg
Hall. Anne Faivus, president of
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
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Sunday Dec. 14 Teddy KoUek; BUI Macy
Teddy KoUek, world renowned Mayor of
Jerusalem, discusses issues that concern
the City of Jerusalem and the State of
Israel. Bill Macy, TV star, talks about his
Jewish background.
Sunday Dec. 21 Howard Squadron, chairman of the Con-
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of Israel and Egypt." She
recently visited both countries.
Lunch will be served.
Prior to the above meeting,
Rabbi Joel Levine will conduct a
Study Group in the Music Room
for 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Hi?
subject will be "Women, Israel,
and the United Nations." Every
one is invited to participate in the
discussion.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
Temple Beth Torah will have a
gala New Year's Eve Party. A
sit-down dinner (deli style) with
hors d'oeuvres is planned. A six-
piece band has been engaged and
the cost is $18 per person. For
reservations call before Dec. 12,
Noreen Anton or Sid Rosenstein.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El Sisterhood,
West Palm Beach, will honor its
outstanding member, Nancy
Ratner, at its annual donor
luncheon at noon, Jan. 13,
Mediterranean Ballroom,
Breakers Hotel, Palm Beach.
A program will be presented
which will include a fashion show
by the Maezy Murphy Klein
modeling agency. Reservations
may be made by calling the
temple office.
zeiTZ
Frances. 63. of West Palm Beach passed
away Friday. Ms. Zelts had received
national acclaim as the leader of the
movement for women to become rabbis.
Recently In the Institute of Creative
Judaism, she received national ex-
posure for her paper that was read at
the "I.C.J. National Gathering II"
which was held at Temple Israel of West
Palm Beach. Frances Is the Immediate
past president of Temple Israel's
Sisterhood and was presenUy serving as
chairperson of the membership com-
mittee and cc-chalred the cultural
commission. She was a life member and
past president of Hadassah and ORT.
She Is survived by her loving husband.
Abraham and was the cherished mother
of Vemon and Susan Zelts' and the
devoted grandmother to Richard and
Rachel. Services were held at Temple
Israel. M01 N. Flagler Drive, conducted
by Rabbi Joel Levine. Interment
followed at Eternal Light Cemetery. .
Donations may be made to Temple I
Israel. Riverside Memorial Chapel, 4714 '
Okeecnobee Blvd.. W P.B., Ft*.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Altz Chalm Congregation Century Villa*.
W. Palm Beach e Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath service* a*
p.m. Dally services8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. tni
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Oelray Beach 33446 Phone i(i
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Dally services 8 a m JM
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m. anas
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phoneb*
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L. Levine, Associate Rabbi.Si
services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday Torah Seminars 10:30 a.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 'Phoni
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath!
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with)
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave.,
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1901. Delray Beach 33444 Rabbi S
Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272-2908) Fridays
8:15 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah of Palm Beach County
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd.!
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach Mailing address: 112SJ
Pine St., West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward Cohnl
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15pm1
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road(1
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3,
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600,391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin I
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone: 83M3SJ
Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath services. Friday at 815 p.m,f
day at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15 a.m. Sunday at 9a.m.
Congregation Anahei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409 Phonj'
3212 Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z.
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 830 a.m. ndl
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.I
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy., Boynton tori]
Phone 732-2555 Rabbi Avrom l_ Drazln Sabbath services, Frt
8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Tempi Beth Sholom
315 N. -A' Street, Lake Worth 33480 Phone 585-5020'
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondsysi
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 am.
Temple Beth David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military TriiU
Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northiake Blvd., North PaWPtaj
Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas Fenawi
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue 'O', Bade Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stst*w|
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nal Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 275 Alemelda P"!',_
Springs 33461 Phone: 966-1084 Preeldent Martin Kroan
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Monoiyt""
Thursday at 9 a.m.
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue
I'nal Torah Congregation
us. Boca Raton 33432 Phone: K*2"?9"
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The Jewish Flori&an of Palm Beach County
Page 23
Israel Bond Fashion Show .
iMrs. Sol Steinberg. Betty is
TJJ known Palm Beach
Ldent. She has been in the
Israel Bonds Passes
$5 Billion
Dr. Richard Shugarman, State
of Israel Bond chairman for Palm
Beach County, recently attended
the Jack Weiler dinner in New
York where he met Prime
Minister Begin. Among those
from Palm Beach who partici-
pated in the dinner were Henry
Kalman and Mr. & Mrs. Heinz
Eppler.
At the dinner attended by
1,500 guests from New York and
major communities throughout
the United States, Sam Roth-
berg, chairman, remarked, "The
Israel Bond program has been a
success not because whe have
sold $5 billion in securities but
because the people of Israel have
'achieved so much with the pro-
ceeds from Israel Bdnds. By their
labor, brains and will, they have
I trans formed Israel Bond dollars
into a miracle of growth in every
sphere of Israel's economic life."
Referring to the Camp David
agreements, Mr. Begin added,
"We do not believe that inter-
national agreements are scraps of
paper. We will stand by our
agreements. Let everyone else do
the same and there will be real
progress in the peacemaking pro-
cess." "Israel Bond dollars are
vital to the economic security of
Israel," continued Mr. Begin.
* d
ttv Steinberg
re front of the Israel Bond
ganization since arriving here
m Newark, New Jersey. She
s honored 5 years ago by Israel
nds and this is her 6th year as
airman of the Israel Bond
shion Show.
Irs. Steinberg has just
urned from Israel where she
her husband, Sol dedicated
E-Boker, a dormitory to house
dents at Ben Gurion
versity in the Negev. This is
the first school the Stein-
f^gs have introduced to Israel.
hteen years ago they
icated a school in Yehud
ch now houses 500 children
gives them instruction in
et, Arts and Sports and helps
(eep them busy and involved
off the streets. They have
been active in Far Sava a
wl for gifted children from all
Israel.
i announcing the plans for the
International Israel Bond
hion Show, Mrs. Steinberg
said "the needs of Israel are
ter now than ever before" she
t on to say "the woman of
n Beach County have heard
call and with their record
hases of Israel Bonds show
I I hey are answering the
d."
Fredericks of Worth Avenue and
will be held on Dec. 18 at the
Breakers. A $500 Bond makes
you eligible to attend the Fashion
Show. Highlight of the show will
be a presentation to Mrs.
Jeannette Weisman the honored
guest, flying in from Israel for
the presentation is the Minister
of Education Eliezar Shmueli,
personal friend of Mrs. Steinberg.
Mrs. Steinberg along with her
committee are anxious for all
woman to come and share the joy
of the fashions and show their
support of Israel through the
purchase of an Israel Bond.
his years Fashion Show is
coordinated by Sara
fi-Ol
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Sonny Levitt Named Veep
Of Funeral Directors
Sonny Levitt of Levitt-
Weinstein Memorial Chapels was
elected vice president of the
Jewish Funeral Directors of
America at 53rd annual meeting
held in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Joe Roth of Chicago as
president, Richard Stein of St.
Louis as vice president, Max
Nelson of Indianapolis as 3rd vice
president, Melvyn Mesnikoff of
Buffalo, as treasurer, and Burton
Goodman of Milwaukee as
secretary.
Levitt, vice president and
general manager of Levitt-
Weinstein Memorial Chapels,
founded the original Levitt
Memorial Chapels in 1968 and
has devoted himself to many
local religious, civic and fraternal
organizations. He is a past
president of the Harmony B'nai
B'rith Lodge; past Noble Grand
of North Miami Beach Lodge 150
IOOF; member of board of
directors of Temple Israel of
Miramar; member of Sky Lake
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Chapels in Chicago, was elected a
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board of governors. Cutler is also
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the three Levitt-Weinstein
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Menorah Chapels
, Offer Community
Tradition
A limited edition of
illustrations depicting symbols of
five major Jewish holidays has
been commissioned by Menorah
Chapels and is available at no
cost to the South Florida com-
, munity.
The set of five duotone
illustrations were drawn for
Menorah Chapels by a Fort
Lauderdale artist. Suitable for
framing, they have been
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parchment paper. The ancient
symbols represented are the
shofar for Rosh Hashana; To rah
scrolls for Yom Kippur; a
montage of a family with
menorah and Chanukah gifts; a
traditional seder setting for
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myrtle, willow and citron for
Sukkoth.
Menorah Chapels' continuing
interest in the arts as they relate'
to Jewish traditions is apparent
at the firm's Sunrise and
Deerfield chapels. Original work
by artists such as the "in-
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the chapels' contemporary in-
teriors.
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THE STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS PROUDLY ANNOUNCES
MRS. HERMAN L. WEISMAN
as "WOMAN OF THE YEAR"
for State of Israel Bonds to be
honored at the spectacular
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With Special guest star
ELIEZAR SHMUELI
Director General of the Ministry of
Education featuring many famous
Israeli designers plus fashions by
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Page 24
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frida
y.
December 12]
Weizman Seeks Political Base in New Party to be Led by Dayan
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) For-
mer Defense Minister Ezer
Weizman, who voted against the
Likud-led government on a
motion of no-confidence in the
Knesset, and who has been
ousted from the Herut Party, is
actively seeking a new political
base.
He insisted that it would not
be a coalition of loosely tied
dissenters such as those who
formed Yigael Yadin's
Democratic Movement for
Change which proceeded to
disintegrate after an impressive
electoral showing in 1977. It
would be, he said, a real alter-
native to the Labor Party and
Likud, and, if Weizman has his
way, it will be headed by former
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan.
ACCORDING TO Weizman,
Dayan is the political figure best
fitted to be Israel's next Prime
Minister. He is a man of out-
standing personal achievements
and greet vision, better accepted
in the world at large and in the
Arab world in particular than any
other Israeli, Weizman siad.
JCC
Winter
Vacation
Program
Eight exciting days have been
planned by the Children's
Department of the Jewish
Community Center of the Palm
Beaches to keep children busy
and active during the for-
thcoming winter recess. From
Monday, Dec. 22 through Friday,
Jan. 2, 1981, pre-schoolers
through 6 graders are invited to
participate in the usual camp
activities such as sports, arts and
crafts, and dramatics as well as
experience such special events as
Burt Merriam's Puffin Puppet
Theatre and workshop, a trip to
the Discovery Center in Ft.
Lauderdale, ventriloquist
Roberta McElroy and her friend
Chester, an afternoon of roller
skating, an afternoon of movies
and popcorn, an Olympic Day
and a special Pre-New Year's Eve
party. The program will be
taking place at the Camp Shalom
camp site, 7875 Belvedere Road
from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily.
The fee for the 8 day program
is $40 for Jewish Community
Center members and $55 for non-
members. There will also be a 6-
day program offered for Jewish
Community Day School students
at a fee of $30 for members and
$45 for non-members.
Registration is being accepted
now through Dec. 15. For further
information and registration,
please call Harreen Bertisch at
the Center, 689-7700.
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Weizman's bombshell his
apparent writing off of any future
for himself in Likud and his
selection of Dayan rather than
himself to lead Israel out of its
many difficulties touched off
an orgy of speculation in political
quarters here. Only the evening
before, Weizman dined with
Dayan and they apparently
discussed the political situation.
They have in common the fact
that both served in Prime
Minister Menachem Begins
coalition Cabinet and both quit
at different times largely
because of dissatisfaction with
Begin's domestic and foreign
policies. Both voted against the
government.
BUT DAYAN said after he left
the Cabinet in October, 1979 that
he would serve out his term as an
independent MK and not seek
reelection. He reiterated in an
interview that he is not presently
planning to join a party or to take
part in political activity in the
future. "Today, I have no in-
tention to run for the Knesset" in
the next elections, Dayan said,
but "there might be another
situation tomorrow."
Many observers believe that
without a man of Dayan s stature
and prestige to lead it, a new
political movement would tret
nowhere. Weizman would not say
during his interview who else he
had in mind to make up the new
party. "There are those who are
interested and those who are
not," he said.
He observed that his people
need not come from the existing
political spectrum. "There are
others who wish to see better
government, for the good of the
people and the State," he said.
"A new party is not an end but
the means to lead the country to
a better way."
SOME NEWS media
speculated that former Justice
Minister Shmuel Tamir might
join a Weizman group. Others
suggested Finance Minister
Yigal Hurwitz who has been
reported on the verge of resigning
from the Begin government. But
most commentators observed
that whatever the composition of
the new party, there can be none
without an ideological consensus
to bind it. Lack of ideological
steadfastness is believed to have
been the cause of the DMC's
rapid demise.
If Weizman has not indicated
the ideological complexion of his
proposed movement he has been
outspoken in faulting Likud and
particularly, Begin. "This
government has failed to turn the
peace process the most
magnificent event in recent
history into a major lever to
alleviate the Jewish nation and
Israel in the economic and social
spheres," he charged.
"Instead," Weizman claimed,
"this government regards peace
as almost a tragedy. The Finance
Minister has presented the peace
as a negative factor in our
economy. Peace, if properly
handled, should have brought
more Jews here and more in-
vestors. Defining peace as a
source of our economic hardships
is misleading. It brings a feeling
of no-confidence and no-
confidence brought Labor's
downfall and will bring Likud's
downfall," he said.
WITH RESPECT to Begin,
Weizman said, "I am in good
relations with 118 members of the
Knesset. I am the Ho
missing is Begin I .ItV
that.IfBeginWstJ^
the next elections it Sjftl
mistake,
him."
am not
going
Weizman
said, "1 ,m
advancing elections. We""
elected to return the entb?'
We were not elected to bL,
percent inflation. Let's *Zl
nation and see where we ,^J
He also supported autonrmll
the West Bank and G^S
We have signed an accord!
which the situation thenTS?
changed. My concept
autonomy is simple: ev
except an army and
policy. Palestinian entity'
Let us do what we havesL,..
Camp David and after thnel
five years we shall see wht to,
next."
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