Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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of Palm Beach County
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Roach County
Number 6
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, March 20,1981
Frtd Shochtt
Price 35 Cents
b Oil Wealth
World Banking System Emerging
with surpluses
billions of dollars
rowing each year
oil producing
building a new
tonal banking
Ihe American Jew-
ess reported in
issue of its pub-
Joycott Report.
that Organization of
Exporting Countries
etnxlollars could give
I "unprecedented in-
fer Western economics
and politics," Boycott Report
said the OPEC surplus of $7
billion in 1973 has grown to $343
billion. Of this sum, $120 billion
was added in 1980 alone. Arab
countries which formerly bor-
rowed through international
bond and credit markets are now
increasingly turning to Arab
banks, according to the Boycott
Report. It added:
"In the last few months, every
major syndicated loan from the
Mideast has been led or co-led by
an Arab institution. A further
signal of the decline of American
bank influence in the Midwest is
the sale by Citibank of control of
its branches in Saudi Arabia, a
sale compelled by Saudi
authorities. All other foreign
banks in that country have
already been nationalized."
AJCongress report, there are five
types of Arab banks:
+ Government banks (or the
treasury departments of Mideast
states) which act directly as
commercial banks for
example, the Saudi Arabian
Monetary Authority (SAMA).
+ Arab development banks,
Continued on Page 18
One people, one heart,
one hope to fulfill the
promise for the wll-being
of all our people-
everywhere Through your
support of the Jewiih
Federation of Palm Beach
County, it u pocubie
Tow oat Hal coolneuuon to Ike Ml )wih FdmBM-
Vmui Jwe Appeal Canpoap lappem late, profiaia. eed etrvicet
.tlorm Jewiih Appeal
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AatocaHiee tor New Amencaae aae
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Federation P.R. Campaign
Captures Addy Awards
onth the Florida Ad-
Federation held their
?ual Addy award cotn-
I Gordon Associates, a
lertising firm, who was
We for creating the
deration of Palm Beach
advertising campaign,
s'x awards for their
effort. Utilizing the Federation
theme "Fulfill the Promise" they
produced newspaper, radio and
TV. Spots which received the
following awards: First place
local newspaper less than '/ page
black and white; First Place local
radio spot 30 seconds or less;
First place musical conceot for
Campaign Moves
$3,000,000 Mark
Myron J. Nickman, General
Campaign Chairman, announced
today that the campaign was
approaching the $3,000,000
"I am delighted," Nickman
said, "that oar campaign at this
state has surpassed last year's
totals. However, we are far short
of the goal we set for ourselves
for 1981." Nickman went on to
say that, "All campaign workers
will be utilized for the next month
to wind up this campaign suc-
cessfully. The records show that
every division is running ahead of
last year." Nickman also stated
that "A concerted effort is being
made to reach as many seasonal
residents as possible, before they
return north. We feel that the
Jewish leaders of Palm Beach
have been instrumental in
providing optimum conditions
for the enhancement of Jewish
life. While much has been done,
much more remains to be done
we need to finish the job."
Nickman promised that every
campaign technique would be
utilized; personal solicitation,
phon-a-thon and mass mailing.
"We are determined to succeed."
Myron J. Nickman
he said. "The Jewish people who
depend upon us require our
assistance, and we who are in a
position to help, are obligated to
do so."-
The campaign is scheduled to
dot* just before Passover.
Cross Burningc
Georgia, Indiana Worried
By New Anti-Semitism
A cross-burning outside
a synagogue building under
construction in an Atlanta,
Ga. suburb Feb. 20 and the
desecration of a synagogue
in Evansville, Ind. by
vandals two days Later have
aroused serious concern in
both communities and
among Jews generally, less
for the damage done, than
over the implications of the
anti-Semitic acts.
According to Seth Einnberg,
editor of a Jewish publication in
Louisville, Ky., unidentified par-
sons armed with red paint
sprayed swastikas, "white
power" and other racist slogans
on the walk of the Adath B'nai
Israel synagogue in Evansville, a
town in southern Indiana with a
Jewish population of 1,200. The
incident occurred in the early
hours of Feb. 22. Children re-
porting for Sunday school classes
at the synagogue were confronted
with the hate messages.
vers, president of the Evansville
congregation, it was the second
incident of its type in the past 18
months. It differed from the first
in that it was not followed by
hate letters and telephone calls,
he said. Three days later, the
home of Rabbi Michael Herz-
brun, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, was ransacked by
what police called "professional
burglars" who did damage esti-
mated at $10,000.
Bambi Levy, writing in Th*
Southern Isroelitt of Atlanta, re
"Fulfill the Promise theme;
Second place graphic arts black
and white illustration; Third
place TV spot 30 seconds or less
under $5,000; and Second place
overall in the campaign category.
The three first place entries will
now be entered into state-wide
I Hold The Dates
OCTOBER 11-21,1961
CALL 832-2120

in cooperation with
the promise
Capacity crowd gathers at Worrells for a gala fundraising program.

Joan Tochner, Mosaic chairman welcomes those attending

Women's Division Leadership (left to right) Carole Klein, Sheila Engelstein, Associate Cam-
paign Chairmen; Anne S. Faivus, President, and Rut he Eppler, Vice President Campaign
Paula Borenstetn, Public Relations Director of the Joist I
bution Committee spoke on the great accomplishment! ill
Joint and her involvement with them since 1945.

Anne S. Faivus, President, Women's Division. Jewish fc
tion of Palm Beach County, thanks the management of W
for opening their store to the Women's Division.
Community Children Assisted in serving the food that evening. Pictured above are chUdren
from the 8th grade class of the Benjamin S. Horn.tein Elementary School of The Jewish
Community Day School and children from Temple Beth El USY.
Renee Kessler.'eo-chairman. introduces the guest speakffW
Ulhing about Jewish courage.
\ *z
J. osaic event Usdatahin iadaded (left to right) Renee Kessler, co-chairman; Marifyn Lamoert
} sola Borensteia, guest speaker; Joan Tochner, chairman; Ruth Wflenaky, Lands of the
1 resident r*"
Mosaic taping was filmed th jg. Pictured above &
ngbtl Paul. Borenatein, gueat speaker, Steve <***
^rbar. Shuhnaa. co-hosU of Mosaic. The ?8r*Sll
ired Sunday morning, March 28, 8:30 a an., WPTV. **

VJA Plans University Mission
Sieving that a deeper under
frding of Jewish history the
k of Israel and the lifestyle of
Ijsh communities throughout
(world will enable our sons and
-hters to meet the challenges
will confront their gener-
ic the United Jewish Appeal
again sponsor a Summer
Isjon u> F.urope and Israel for
Lenity students, but with a
European itinerary.
he Mission begins with a
Ley "f Jewish roots in Europe,
kttempl tn come to grips with
m ;ining of the Holocaust and
analysis of the remaining
lonean Jewish communities.
This is followed by a compre-
hensive study of the land and the
people of Israel.
The European portion of this
classroom-without walls will take
place for the first time in Vienna,
Mathausen and Budapest. The
Israeli portion will include camp-
ing in the Sinai, as well as tours
to historic sites, visits to absorp-
tion centers, and settlement
towns, meetings with Jewish
Agency, Joint Distribution
Committee and government
personnel, and above all
free interchange with a wide
range of individuals.
Mission dates are Sunday,
June 21 and Monday, July 13.
The cost is approximately $2,640
(subject to change based on
APEX airfares. Excursion fares
are substantially higher.) The
Mission will be accompanied
throughout by members of the
National UJ A staff.
Participants will be selected by
personal interview on the basis of
leadership potential within their
individual community and or
campus. All candidates must
have completed their first year of
college. For further information
contact the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
H. Irwin Levy (left) of Palm Beach, prominent attorney and
builder of the Century Villages, receiving the National Com-
munity Service Award of The Jewish Theological Seminary of
America at its recent Winter Convocation Dinner in Hollywood,
Florida. Presenting the award is Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, Chancel-
lor of the Seminary. Between them is Rabbi Howard R. Hirsch,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth El in West Palm Beach, of
which Mr. Levy is a member.
..ship Development program of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County recently
a combined meeting at the home of Arnold and Marilyn Lampert (left). Guest speaker for
[evening was Professor Stephen Berk, (center) Associate Professor of History at Union
|ege Schenectady .New York.who discussed the concept of Zionism and the present situation
Israel today. Pictured with them are Joan Tochner, chairman of the Aleph group for
Idership Development and Max Tochner, chairman of thedership Development committee.
nbers of the Golden Lake* Village 1981 Federation campaignrace ntly *" thwftwLreport
kting. Pictured are members of the Blue Division. (Standing left to right) Sol Baideck
fzkel Falik. Sam Swetzoff, Martin Ulanoff, Michael Weber Samuel Diamond Joeeph Baker
I Max Geller. (Seated left to right) Florence Orensteln, Jake Orenstein chairman ofthe
lite Division; Selm. Dana, Norman W. Shapiro, Campaign ^*e\l^ J^'
lirman of the Blue Division; and Betty Siegel. Blue: D vision member, not ^"^"^J
\ks, Al Frankel, Sam Moakowitz, Hy Shapiro. Joe Baker, Eli Horowitz, Martha Cooper and
}tie Krantz.
Masada to Be Aired April 5-8
fMasada," the 2000-year-old
1c story of a valiant community
|men and women whose four-
r fight for freedom in the face
ertain humiliation and slavery
i become a universal symbol of
battle against oppression,
1 be presented during the 1960-
broadcast season as an eight-
ur 'ABC Novel for Television"
[Channel 12, WPEC, April 5-8,
|1 p.m.
Peter OToole and Peter
V*uss star as two opposing
ders, men of courage and con-
fction, who are tragically flung
\o opposition as antagonists in
ar neither can truly win.
Strauss, an Emmy-winner last
ar for his extraordinary perfor-
ce in "The Jericho Mjla," is
en as Eleazar, the leader of the
Itermined band of 960 Judeans
lio staged a heroic four-year
hellion against 5,000 Roman
lldiers that ended in 73 A.D.
IPeter OToole, one of the
Md's most distinguished
tors and w nner of flva
Academy Award nominations as
Best Actor, portrays Silva, the
leader of the Roman legion, who
led the assault against Masada.
After a year-long siege, Silva
finally broke through the
defenses of Mount Masada only
to find the victory a hollow one as
the men and women of Masada
had chosen death rather than
captivity and slavery.
Masada, rising more than
13,000 feet above the shore of the
Dead Sea, is the anvil-shaped
rock that the rebels chose as their
final stronghold against the
occupying armies of Rome. For
the "ABC Novel for Television"
presentation, archeologically
accurate replicas of the ancient
fortress and the Roman assault
ramp were constructed, along
with the livestock pens and
Gardens that supported the rebels
uring the four years that they
maintained the last bastion of
freedom in their conquered
An international cast of stars
including Barbara Carrera,
Anthony Quayle, David Warner,
Paul L. Smith, Giulia Pagano,
Joseph Wiseman, Alan Feinstein,
Richard Pierson and David
Opatashu was assembled at
Masada in temperatures ranging
up to 140 degrees tem-
peratures like those that almost
defeated the Roman Army.
Joel Oliansky, winner of the
Emmy and Humanitas Awards
for "The Law," wrote the
powerful screenplay baaed on the
Ernest K. Gann novel, "The
Antagonists." The facts of the
story are drawn from the ac-
counts written at the time by the
brilliant historian Josephus
Flavius. The accuracy of the
recreation of the rebel's fortress
is based on the archeological
expedition by Yigael Yadin.
Boris Segal, whose credits
include "Rich Man, Poor Man,"
"The Awakening Land" and
"Ike," is the director of
"Masada." Richard Irving is the
producer and George Eckstein
the executive producer for
Universal Television.
Palm Beach

Ilene Lampert
Students to Receive
Deborah K linger
Midrasha Israel Study
Merit Scholarship Award
Two Midrasha-Judaica High
School students, Deborah S.
Klinger and Ilene Lampert will be
the recipients of the Midrasha
Israel Study Merit Scholarship
Awards for study in Israel during
the summer of 1981. Each year
the Midrasha Committee of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County chooses those students in
the Midrasha who have shown a
dedication to Jewish learning by
their involvement and partici-
pation in Jewish studies through
the eleventh grade. The students
will receive a partial subsidy to
be used towards a study program
in Israel during the summer of
Deborah S. Klinger is a Junior
at Palm Beach Gardens High
School. She is the President of
the Junior Class. She has been
active in United States Youth,
the organization of Jewish teen-
agers affiliated with the Conser-
vative Movement and the Jewish
Theological Seminary in
America. Debbie enjoys tennis
and roller skating and works
after school at the JDM
Country Club. She hopes to
major in business when she
attends college. Debbie is the
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ira
Klinger and is a member of
Temple Beth David.
Ilene Lampert is a Junior at
North Shore High School. She
has been involved in United
Synagogue Youth activities all
through high school, and
currently serves as President of
the Temple Beth El USY group.
She has participated in a number
of sub-regional and regional
events sponsored by USY, and
last year Ilene was a delegate to
the International USY Conven-
tion held in Los Angeles. Ilene's
hobbies are water sports and she
hopes to enter the Executive
Intern Program for High School
Seniors next year and work with
handicapped children. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Lampert and a member of
Temple Beth El.
The Midrasha is a community
program of Jewish education
offered through the combined ef-
forts of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, the Jewish
Community Day School, Temple
Beth David, Temple Beth El,
Temple Emanu-El and Temple
Beth Torah. By combining the
resources of these congregations
and agencies, the Midrasha is
able to offer an outstanding
intensive and varied program of
Jewish studies open to all Jewish
High School students in Palm
Beach County. The Midrasha
meets on Monday evenings from
7-9 p.m. and uses the facilities of
Temple Beth El. For information
about registration, please call the
Jewish Federation, .

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Glasser Named Co-Chairperson
of Chaplain Aide Program
14-2 ADAM. 5"4.
The Secret Plan
Coc=.-^qr plan to iaapaanen:. their
deciaratioc of test Jane. The dedarauoc is
a reworkmg of the old Rogers plea m the
ariy Snoo rears xs purpose being to fares Israei
back into its pre-1967 headers
One rumor has Jt ir i annul inm n iimimihim
is to shake Israei loose even of the Segev iiiin as
the ultima:*
The EEC denies the whoie thing. We. far oar
part, would not at all be snrprised. The better par. of
valor would be to wait for Secretary of State Ha.* i
trip to the Middle East daring the first week of April
to take its course and see what comes of it
We are being given to behave from the Reagan
sanctus sanctorum that there is a better an
demanding of Israel's survival needs thar. the likes
of Britain. France and Germany are wiling to
aoc now ledge. Long accustomed to the kind of
traitorous activity that characterized Cham be -
and Munich in the days of Hitler, the Europeans
would certainJy be delighted to trade Israel away for
a couple of barrels of Arab oi.
But we do not refy on a better Reagan under-
standing of Israel's survival needs alone than :he
gutless sans can muster What we rery on are
America's military needs, which seen.
consonance with a strong Israel thar
aaspaCaCed ead at the mercy of Europe?
- vwoi ve* 3 -.othing would surprise us.
And so we are impelled to wait and see And to
continue to prav as we prayed in these columns ha I
week that Prime Minister Begin on June 30 upset -
everybody s apple cart
Feds Arrest Six Nazis
On Conspiracy Charges
NEW YORK Federal authorities have arrestec six
=rrican Nazis and supporters on charges of conspiring
to blow up buildings in Greensboro. N.C. if a group of Ku
Klux Klansman and Nazis were found guilty of murdering
leftist demonstrators.
The indictment, which resulted from an investigation
the Bureau of Akhohol. Tobacco and Firearr
charged the six with conspiring to blow up a petroleum
age facility, a chemical fertilizer plant, a shopping
mall and part of downtown Greensboro.
Among the targets were the Guilford County Court-
house, where the trial was held whieh resulted in the ac-
quittal of six Klanamen and Nazis for first degree murder
in the deaths of five Communist Workers Party members
who were shot to death while staging an anti-Klan rally in
Greensboro on Nov. 3, 1979.
AMSTERDAM Netherlands Foreign Minister
Christopher van der Klaauw assured representatives of
European Jewry that the European Economic Com-
munity (EEC) has no intention of opposing the Camp
David peace process and has no secret proposals for solv-
ing the Arab-Israeli conflict. Van der Klaauw spoke in his
capacity as chairman of the Council of Ministers of the
EEC, a post he assumed earlier this year succeeding
Luxembourg's Foreign Minister Gaston Thorn.
He met for 90 minutes with members of the World
Jewish Congress European Branch and other major
Jewish organizations representing the Jewish common!-
ties of the 10 EE countries
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Chapcaa Aides, haid. March 10.
Mr*. ScHh Mooch*, kwader'and
orgaatzer at Hoscace at Paha
Beach Conaxy. lac aad
exaratne director, was the
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standing Succew
Jewish Educators' Council and
ish Education Committee Workshop
first faculty workshop
r,.,l by the Jewish Educa-
Council and the Jewish
lt j,,n Committee of the
Xiioti was held on Tuesday
L,,. Feb. 24, at Temple Beth
| \sas an outstanding suc-
fcoth in terms of particip-
and content. About 30
Us. representing almost
[school in the community,
|Y j the Temple Beth El school
Lg. The workshop sessions
led by outstanding
lors, whose participation
arranged through the
ktion of the Central
|v lor Jewish Education in
, Mrs Shulamit Gittelson,
psistant principal of the
Emas Academy, North
., and Joan Bergman,
jr of the Early Childhood
It ion Program at Adath
*an. met with primary
Irs Mrs. Gittelson is the
It president of the Early
food Directors Association
Bter Miami.
Hunder, a member of the
[>f the Central Agency of
Education and the
lr of its Institute of Jewish
and Hosalyn Seidman,
Educational director of
Sinai in Hollywood, led
\i, sessions for elementary
nor senior school faculty.
the workshop sessions
|ith the spring holidays
ami Passover. They
(I both content and
fefale activities.
upper session, which
I Lhi I'.iieration
I ion it h Temple
the tilm.
,1 cartoon
children and
/. Sehectman
\nshai Shalom
: the Ualibinical
on the topic,
anl Ideas lor I'urim and
ir His I a Ik stressed the
dints to have the
piiiwl to \ ie each of the
r he historical context
b> rente. In commenting
cess ol the workshop,
|i/a!)eth Kreilich. chair-
>l the Federation
linn Committee, expressed
b ii iIhs would be the
smmficant ac-
At the plenary session Rabbi Harry Schectman, the rabbi of
Congregation Anshei Sholom and the president of the Rab-
binical Association of Palm Beach County, explains the signi-
ficance of Purim and Passover at the dinner session of the
teachers' workshop. Listening at the head table are, left to
right, Rabbi Joel Chazin, Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Emanuel
Eisenberg, Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs. Ruth Levow, principal
of Beth El Religious School and chairperson of the Jewish
Educators' Council; and Miles Bunder of the staff of the
Central Agency for Jewish Education of Miami.
At one of the exciting "hands-on" workshop sessions Mrs.
Shulamit Gittelson, the president of the Early Childhood
Educators' Council of South Florida and vice-principal of Toras
Emas Academy in Miami, explains a point to the primary
U\ it ies undertaken liv the .leu ish
Education Committee in
cooperation with the local Jewish
educators and rabbis organized In
i Ik lew ish Educators' Council
Mrs. Kuth Levow. principal of
the Beth El religious school,
nerves as current president of the
.lew ish Educators Council.
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Kaplan to Lead 2nd Annual
UJA Singles Mission to Israel
Kaplan <>i Washington D.C..
has i>.vn named Chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal 198'
Singles Miesi rael by H
i'aul Rosenberg, Chairman of thi
National VIA Ovai
In announce.
that i arl
Kaplan tnthueiaatic and
' I ieac our first
Singles Mission, last year, was
responsible for u- overwhelming
success I am pieaseo and
gratified that he has accepted the
challenge of this assignment once
Single men and women
comprise an increasing
proportion of the Jewish
( ion of the United States,'
Mr Kaplan said in accepting the
post Programs specifically
en-signed to draw this significant
group into our activities an
vitalrv import
we will attempt to invol
gTOU] b men and
women, and to introdu
the Israi in Know .
Mission b ch
provide a meamngiui experience
in mam single .iew~. whoe
volvemenl is nacessarj il w
to meet the grow ing needs of the
Jewish people in Israel and
throughout the world
Kaplan has long been involved
in Jewish communal lit
member of the UJA Young Lead-
ership Cabinet and recipient ol
the UJA Young Leadership
Award in 1980. he is the Young
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National Conference on Soviet Jewry
On Passover, all Jews celebrate
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in secret. These are the Jews for whom
the exodus is not yet a reality.
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who are not with us tonightJews who
have been refused exit visas and who
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among Jews, in a free land.
We pause for a moment aunng this
Seder to reaffirm our solidarity with
Soviet Jewry We pleage ourselves to
continue to work for their f reeaom. We
vow that, once they are tree, we will
help them rebuild their lives We will not
rest until the task is complete, for until
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ferspectives on Jewish Education
Best YearsTake Advantage of Them
i many communities, more
Hurt' than ours, standards
Vf been set for attendance at
jigious school prior to Bar or
|t Mitzvah.
Actually, more than two
sides ago the Commission on
fish Kducation of the United
jagogues of America
Kmulgated a set of standards
schools which mandated a
limum of three years of at-
tendance in a three-day week
afternoon religious school prior to
Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Sub-
sequently, this standard was
increased to five years.
Recently a lovely brochure
from the Lubavitch Nursery
School of Milwaukee, my former
home town, crossed mv desk.
i ermit me to share with you a
column which was intended for
parents of nursery school-age
children. 6
Tel Aviv TV Program Kicked
Off the Air in Los Angeles
(an unexpected, and possibly
gal action, the management of
Channel 18 cancelled a one-
ir contract for air time with Tel
|i\ TV after only four broad-
of its weekly, two-and-half-
r variety and news show,
irding to Tel Aviv TV presi-
t D;m More.
explanation, according to
came in a letter that stated
contract was being cancelled
llow the station to carry a
Inish language sports show.
k quoted the letter as saying,
hough we feel that your show
[great potential, we are forced
lav or the overall benefits of
new sports package for the
IORE NOTED that this is
not a similar situation to the
annual cancellation of news
shows by the major TV networks.
Tel Aviv TV had purchased the
air time in question and unlike
network shows was under no
obligation to generate additional
revenues for the station.
Tel Aviv TV's programming,
which has already received wide-
spread viewer acclaim, was
tailored for the Los Angeles
Jewish and Israeli community. It
provides up-to-date news from
Israel. Israeli feature films in
English and Hebrew, docu-



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"Alach Kamma the 'Kamma
(How much more so?) for our own
elementary children":
It is related that a woman once
asked a prominent psychiatrist,
"How early can I begin educating
my child?" "When will your child
be born? he asked. "Born?" she
exclaimed, "Why, he is already
five years old!" "My goodness,
lady,'" the psychiatrist cried,
"Don't stand there talking to me
- hurry home! You have already
wasted the five best years!"
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important, even essential. A
small dent in a sapling deepens
and widens as it grows. Early
care and healthy nourishment
help the tree grow strong.
It is never too early for parents
to think about their children's
education and now more than
ever it is important to provide
children with maximum Jewish
education at the earliest possible
Children today are inevitably
exposed to desirable and undesir-
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they absorb everything the
street'" has to offer. Ultimately
it may become their prime
educator without being able to
discriminate between what is
good and healthy and what is
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once he will be taught and in-
formed of what Judaism really is
all about.
So hurry! Take advantage of
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him-her to a maximum Jewish
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not a luxury; it is a must.
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its sponsoring of Midrasha, its
beginning with teacher
education, etc. Somewhere high
on the agenda should be the
mattet of community recruitment
And Jewish education of non-
affiliated children and the estab-
lishment of standards for Bar-
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm^eachCounty_
friday. March *
Profile of a Refusenik
7#or Kabatiansky
By Soviet Jewry Task Force
Community Relations Council
Bill Dansker, Chairman
Igor Kabatiansky is a 33 year
old refusenik in Vinnitsa. A
simple worker, he never held any
high level positions. Neverthe-
less, government officials have
denied him a visa on the grounds
of army service. In view of his
lack of professional training, and
in view of the fact that his troop
was demobilized in 1970, ten
years ago, it is inconceivable that
Igor's emigration could cause
any national secrets to be com-
Although Igor applied in May
1977, he had to wait two years,
until May 1979 for the negative
answer. The long wait for a denial
is just one more form of persecu-
tion and harassment of Jews
struggling for repatriation in
Igor's wife, Liliya, and his six
year old daughter, Anna, have
been living in Israel since August
1979. It is a direct violation of the
Helsinki Accord for Ukraianian
olficials to keep this family
Horn: August 13, 1947
Occupation: Worker
Marital: Wife Liliya and
daughter Anna (age 6) in Israel
Applied: May 1977. Refused:
May 1979
Reason: Army Service
Address: Igor Kabatiansky,
KdiNteina 13-3, Vinnitsa. Ukr.
Wife in Israel: Liliya
Kabatiansky. Absorption Center
Gimel, Hanida 58-15. Beersheva,
Purim to Passover: Reaffirm-
ing Commitment to Soviet Jewry
By Soviet Jewry Task Force
Community Relations Council
Helping to maintain the re-
solve of Soviet Jews to continue
I he st ruggle, even in the face of
Soviet repression, may be the ,
most important activity that we
can undertake. We can do that
during the period between Purim
and Passover, which affords us
an excellent opportunity to reach
out to Soviet Jewry. According-
ly, we urge that those four weeks
from Purim to Passover be de-
voted to reaffirming our commit-
ment to Soviet Jews. Thousands
of communications should be
sent to Soviet Jews during that
Postage costs to the USSR
include: 40 cents each half ounce
(35 cents each half ounce after 2
oz.); registered letter costs $3,
plus 45 cents for return receipt
requested (return receipt is
usually signed by the postal
clerk, not the recipient of the
Following is a list of names and
addresses of refuseniks:
Leningrad 199004
Vasilevsky Ostrov 6 Linia 25-6
First refusal: Jan. '79
GOLDBERG, Stella* Victor
Moscow Aug. '61
2-Aya Pugachevskaya Aug.
Married. 1 child
First refusal: 1970
PrStachek 126. Apt. 32
Married. 1 child
First refusal: March '79
Chernyshevskogo 11a. Apt. 10
Married. 1 child
First refusal: June '78 (Army
GOLDFELD. Efim & Tatiana
Pr Voroshtlova 6, Apt. 26
First refusal: 1979
GOLDGUBER. Mark & Zova
Asiloma 13-1
Married. 1 child
First refusal: not available
GOLDI N.Vladimir
I*ningrad 195274
Olgi Forsh 3 Corp 1, Apt. 88
First refusal: Jan. '79
GOLDINA, Bella & Feliks
Nabcrezhnaya 27
First refusal: May '79
Pionerskaya 5, Apt. 2
Married. 1 child
First refusal: Feb.'78
GOLDMAN. Ilia & Zhanna
Kaliningrad OBI
Shevchenko7. Apt. 11
Married, 1 child
First refusal: Sept. '76,
refusal: Jan. '78
Zinovv &
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The research supported by this
award must be grounded in the
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humanities disciplines) and must
be published or disseminated in
such a way as to make the
research findings available to
appropriate leaders in the
Mira 16-2
First refusal: June
refusal: Feb. '80
Vatutina 33, Apt, 32
First refusal: Nov
refusal: Jan. "78
Minsk 71
Prititskogo20, Apt. 71
Mamed, 1 child
First refusal: 1980
Per Sobinova 16. Apt, 5
First refusal:
'75> W\
June '79
The Council on Humanistic
Values for Palm Beach County
announces a competition for a
five hundred dollar research
grant to a post graduate
researcher not employed by an
educational institution. This
award ifl made possible by 8
grant from the Chastain
The purpose of the award il to
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benefit to the people oi Palm
Beach Count) bj providing part
of the cost ot research and-or
helping to free the researcher
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April 15, 19*1 Interested can-
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
Jewish Community Center News
Health Fab-
he Jewish Community Center
anticipating in "Community
Jth Fair 81" sponsored by
lion WTVJ, Channel 4, Blue
BS & Blue Shield of Florida,
erica n Heart Association
Hg with the National
veiling Council. It will be held
|he Center, Sunday, April 12,
-5 p.m.
]/e are calling for doctors, den-
., nurses and all involved in
[th related fields, to join with
who have already ex-
Iwd a desire to be part of this
nt. The intent of this special
pening is to provide quality
|th education as well as
)ening for potential health
bl, ms Call Jean Rubin, 689-
B, and let her know you will
Passover Seder
he Jewish Community Center
be conducting its 4th Annual
tover Seder, Saturday, April
p98l at 7:30 p.m. The entire
munity is invited to enjoy an
^ing of reading and singing of
luggadah and enjoy a tradi-
il Kosher meal. The Seder
be held at the John- I.
hard High School (10th
nue west of Military Trail).
fee for Members is $18 per
and $22 for Non-Members.
og children may share with
ms or siblings. Call 689-7700
[additional information. No
fvatioM accepted after April
Singles Party
}l mukIi's. ages 35-55 and
rh. Ai- Conditioned t HtaMd
currently employed are invited to
join the Jewish Community
Center "s new and active Career
Singles group. The nex' event
will be a Purim Party, March 22,
7 p.m., at the home of Hank
Gilbert, 840 Ocean Drive, Juno
Donations for this special
event is $4. Call the center for
Children's Program
The Jewish Community Center
is offering a No School Holiday
Program from children who will
be having their Spring Vacation
the week of March 23-27. Such
events as movies, hayride,
rookout. roller skating, bowling
and a day at Jonathan Dickenson
State Park are planned. The tee
for the week for Members is $37
and Non-Members, $45.
Call Harreen, 689-7700, for
information. .
Annual Meeting
The public is invited to attend
the Jewish Community Center's
; 6th Annual Meeting, Sunday,
April 5, from 3-5 p.m. It will be
held at the Kirk Lane School
(Kirl Lane east of Military Trail).
There is no admission fee.
The program for the afternoon
includes the election and instal-
lation of Officers, Board of
Directors, entertainment, awards
and light refreshments. All are
welcome. Call 689-7700 for ad-
ditional information.
Special Film About The Deaf
The Jewish Community Center
Comprehensive Senior Service
Center is pleased to announce the
showing of "The Story of Two
Deaf Women" at the Summit
Library on Friday, March 27,
1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cole,
whos'e twin daughters have
performed in the Palm Beach
County Area, have graciously
made the arrangements for this
showing. Janice Cole, one of the
twins, who is deaf, appears in this
film with another married woman
with three children. Janice at
Dresent is now appearing on
Broadway in the very
play, "Children of a
Mr. and Mrs. Cole invite all
persons who are interested in the
deaf as well as those who are deaf
or partially impaired to attend.
The Coles are an outstanding
family, and this is a rare oppor-
tunity to meet with people who
have so successfully raised a deaf
child. This will be a most in-
spiring afternoon. Call the Jewish
Community Center, 689-7700, for
To include your personal or
business greeting in our special
Passover edition please call
Staci at 588-1652.
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The Jewish Floridian^fPalmBe^hCou^
Friday, March 20, ion.
Organizations in the News
Yovel Hadaseah will have their
executive board meeting on April
9. Our regular meeting will be
held Thursday, April 16 at 12:46
at Anshei Sholom. WPIP radio
program will present a nostalgic
look into the history of radio
broadcasting. Bill Heaton, radio
personality and news announcer
Jack Swart will conduct the
Sarah Gimble will conduct a
study group the last Thursday of
the month. Her topic will be the
book of Chaim Potok. The group
is participating in the Florida
Central Region Conference to be
held at the Palm Beach Ocean
Hotel May, 3, 4. and 5. For
details contact Sylvia Ram.
There will be a weekend at the
Lido Spa Thursday, May 7
through Sunday May 10. Call
Esther Colon or Dorothy Isaacs
or Ann Weinrib, chairpersons.
The Lee Vassil Group of the
Lake Worth South Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold
their monthly meeting on Tues-
day, March 24, 12:30 p.m. at the
Country Squire on Lake Worth
Rd. An original program
"Passover Seder" written by
Goldie Bernstein will be
presented. Mollie Abeson, Nettie
Bell. Pauline Coler, Sarah Klein,
Phyllis Popper, Mickey Ross,
Frieda Storck, Myrna Abrams,
Goldie Bernstein, Lily Budde,
Honey Cox, Gert Golden, Lillian
Mantz, Dorothy May, Rose
Scheuer and Ronny Sommer will
Tikvah Group of Hadassah will
have their donor luncheon at the
Breakers, March 24. The speaker
will be Charlotte Wolpe, National
Board Member. Entertainment
by the American Balalaika
Company. Edna Hibel will draw
I he winning ticket for lithograph,
Vicky and Children" which she
painted and donated to the West
Palm Chapter. On April 5 at An-
shei Sholom, West Palm Beach
Chapter Education Day at 1 p.m.
Phil Slier will discuss "Can The
Bible I$e Used As a History
Book?" Entertainment by Fanny
L'shkow and her Melodears.
Aliya Group of Hadassah will
hold it b regular meeting on
March -'> at 1 p.m. at Temple
Beth ^holom in Lake Worth.
Sophia .lacobson, Vice-President
and Education Chairman, will
presei The Life of Begin,
writtei by Lillian Cutler and
ited by Yetta Herel.
Refreshments will be served. All
members and friends are invited
to attend. On March 25 at 12
noon, the Annual Donor Lunch-
eon will be held at the Breakers in
Palm Beach. There will be an
IsraeU Fashion Show, narrated
by Ariane Czonka.
the festivities, transportation
Breakfasts and Dinners. Theatre
Music Festivals Sightseeing and
more all included in cost.
The Board of the Lake Worth-
South Palm Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will meet on Wed
nesday, April 1 at 10 a.m. at the
Barnett Bank. 7281 Lake Worth
Rd., Lake Worth. Election of
officers for the ensuing year will
be the main topic of discussion.
The yearly donor luncheon will be
The Bat Gurion Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold a
Passover workshop. The Seder on
Thursday, March 26 at the home
of one of its members starting at
9:15 a.m. Ruth Levow. Religious
school director of Temple BethEl
of West Palm Beach will speak on
Passover traditions; Fran
Gordon, gourmet baker, will
demonstrate Passover cooking,
and the Jewish Community
Center's four year old of West
Palm Beach will sing Passover
songs. A $3 luncheon fee will be
charged. Passover articles and
arts and crafts will be displayed.
Z'Hava Hadassah Group
News. Florida Central Region of
Hadassah announces its third
annual conference to be held on
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday.
May 3. 4 and 5 at the Palm Beach
Ocean Hotel 2780 South Ocean
Blvd. in Palm Beach Exciting,
interesting. informative
seminars, rap-sessions and
workshops, etc. all welcome. On
Daily basis these are free ad-
missions. Ruth Ponkin, National
vice-president, advisor for this
event, and Rabbi Joel Levine of
Temple Israel in West Palm
Beach will be our scholar-in-
residence. For .those who would
like to attend the three day
conference and be guests for the
installation banquet plus all the
extras, contact Bea Brosse,
president of Z'Hava.
June 1 thru 5, five days, six
nights, exciting trip to
Charleston. B.C. Join us for the
cultural rewarding experience
"Spbleto '81" overnight in
Jacksonville. Sheraton Hotel
Dinner Theatre on to Savannah
the famous city of the Civil War.
now restored then to
Charleston. Staying at the
Francis Marion Hotel in the heart
of Charleston convenient for all
Reserve Now for the
Traditional Sedurim and Services
Will be Conducted by
Prominent Cantor ROBERT VEGH
5 days A 4 nights
Apr. 17 to Apr. 21
per person soebliocc.
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Apr. 16 to Apr. 21
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Hadassah will hold a
regular mo-ting n Thursday.
March 2( in the Social Hall of the
Challenger CC Refreshments will
be served at 12:30 and the meet-
ing will convene at 1 p.m. Dr
Joseph Mersand. a former New
York City High School and
college teacher who is now teach-
ing courses in literature in the
Institute of New Dimensions ol
the Palm Beach Junior College
will address the group on the
topic "The Feminine Touch.
Contributions of Jewish Women
lo American Literature." All are
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadassah holds its next
neeting Wednesday. April 22,
12:30 p.m., at Congregation
Anshei Sholom Lillian Schack. a
member of the Presidium, will
preside. Election of officers will
Lake place, and Augusta Stein-
hardl. Kducation Vice-President
will pay tribute to Israel's 33rd
year of statehood. Guest speaker
will l>e Dr. Joseph Mersand,
author and lecturer.
Calendar: Sunday. April 5,
Chapter Kducation Day at
Ahshei Sholom. 1 to 5 p.m.
Sunday, April 12, a matinee trip
to Liza with dinner at the
Reef. Call Lillian Schack or Gene
I'ermaglirh. April 13-16, A
Pamper Yourself Four Day
Holiday at Palm Beach Spa. Call
Fran Nudelman, Ida Goetz, or
Lillian Schack
Passover and all holiday greet-
ings for 1981-82 will be published
in Kol Shalom. Phone Frieda
Shalom will be represented at
the annual Florida Central
Region conference. May 3-4-5, at
Palm Beach Ocean Hotel.
Members, including Associates,
are urged to attend. For details,
((intact Jeanette Greenberg.
Shalom will display two original
paintings of scenes in Israel by
Sallie Malkis, daughter of
Jeanette Greenberg.
The West Palm Beach Chapter
of Hadassah, consisting of the
three Groups: Shalom. Tikvah
and Yovel, with Myra Ohrestine
as Chapter President is preparing
lor the Third Annual Donor
Awards Luncheon This is to be
held on Tuesday, March J 1 at the
Breakers Hotel Charlotte Wolpe
ol the National Board ol llada--
sah i- the guest speaker. The
Sp ial Entertainment Feature
will lie The \merx an Balalaika
Company ol New York. Edna
I libel, world renowned artist will
i ni her Lithograph 'Vicki
.ind Children" lo the winnei ol
the Special Project Cancel
III I'iirch The Chairman ol this
its monthly meeting
Honorable Councilman M ^e
"Mac" Klein of
Lakes will conduct X ^ the signing ,/
constitution by all the ru th*
members of the chapter AlltKS
who have paid their 19i H
the chapter prior to S1^
will be considered 325
Members. For inf ^*r
contact President. ^^
2557 Emory
Palm Beach
event is Jeanne Raskin the Chap-
ter Donor Chairman.
The West Palm Beach Chapter
of Hadassah is having their
Annual Kducation Day on
Sundav. April 5 from 1 p.m. to 3
pm at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. The theme is a "Tribute
to Henrietta Szold." The pro-
gram will consist of: "Can the
Bible be used as a History Book
to be given by Philip Sher who
was trained in archeology at Yale
University; "A Hebrew Learning
Experience'' by Lillian Yelowitz.
The entertainment will be by
Fanny Ushkow and her
Melodears. The chairman is
Dorothy Lieberman, Education
Y i. (president of Chapter.
Sunday. April 5. 2 p.m. at the
Weight Watchers Auditorium .n
the Gun Club Shopping Center,
Military Trail and Gun Club
Road, the South Florida JewWi
Civil Service Employees will hold
Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
::: County. 832-2120
- Levine,
W. West, West
The Chapter is sponsoring M
Evening at Musicana fWii
Cub. Sunday. April ,^6^
The Brandeis Univ.^.
National Women's ConS
Palm Beach East Chapter;,'
holding its closing luncheon at
the Poinciana Club, Palm Beach
Monday, April 6. 12 noon
Donation is $20. Contact Lillian
Levine for reservations. High-
light of the luncheon will be an
An outstanding professional ond counseling agency serving the
Jewish community of Palm Seoch Counfy Profemonol and con-
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Problems of the aging
Consuliolion ond evaluation services
Vocational counseling
Montol counseling
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Page 13
auction sale. Among the item* to
Im> auctioned is a one week
vacation at the Palm Beach
''Hilton, a Gucci handbag, an
triginal painting, and many other
items. It you have any new arti-
cles for the auction, contact
I lelen Biernbaum.
Brandeis University Boynton
Beach Chapter will have a lunch-
con and card party April 14 at the
Palm Beach Junior .College
Cafeteria. Call Rose Weintraub.
May 4, installation and testi-
monial luncheon at Bernards
12 noon. May 17, brunch and
.cruise Hidden Harbor. For de-
tails call Fran Reisfield.
Theodore Herzl Club of
on April 2, 1 p.m. at the Lake
Worth Shuffleboard Courts, 1121
Lucerne Avenue. The Century
Village Mandolin Ensemble,
under the leadership of Morris
IUII, will perform for us. The
group is composed of 16 man-
dolins and a piano. Refreshments
will he served.
The Sabra Chapter of the
Women's League for Israel will
have a luncheon and card party
at the Sweden House, North
I'alm Beach, Wednesday, March
> at 11:30 a.m. Everyone is
Golden Lakes Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold their next meeting on March
24 at the Clubhouse. The pro-
gram will be a film entitled "The
Link And The Chain" produced
by ORT France. There will also
be a skit by members of the
groups about the ORT schools in
Women's American ORT,
Poinciana Chapter, will hold its
monthly general meeting on
Monday, March 23 at 12 noon in
the social hall at Poinciana Place,
In honor of ORT, a skit will be
presented and directed by An-
nette DuBey, entitled "ORT's
My Bag." The cast will consist of
our own members, with Evelyn
Plesser at the piano. Plan to join
us for this enjoyable afternoon.
Itofreshments will be served, and
all are cordially invited to attend.
At the next meeting of the
Palm Beach Chapter of Women's
American ORT, "Picasso from
Start to Finish" will be the topic
of the slide show and lecture by
Nuthaniel H. Levi. The meeting
will be held on Monday, March 23
at 1 p.m. at the Community
Center, 110 Southern Blvd., West
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Palm Beach. Mr. Levi is a
member of the faculty of New
Dimensions. All members are
invited to bring their husbands
and friends. Ortique items will be
displayed. Refreshments will be
The National Council of Jewish
Women, Okeechobee Section,
general meeting will be held April
7, 1:30 p.m. at Congregation
Anshei Sholom.
Because of the Holidays,
Deborah Hospital Foundstion
will have their regular meeting
Monday, April 27 at the Century
Holiday Inn at 12 noon. There are
still a few reservations available
for our stay at the Lido Spa, 4
days and 3 nights, April 5-8 $125,
including transportation,
gratuities. Also our Passover
package at the Montmartre
April 17-20 4 days 3 nights one
seder, including gratuities $160,
transportation $10. Call Pearl
Kolbert or Katie Green.
The Labor Zionist Alliance
Poale Zion will hold its annual
Purim Party for Histadrut on
Wednesday, March 25 at 1 p.m.
in Congregation Anshei Sholom,
Century Village, West Palm
Heath. Coffee and Hamentashen
will be served. Doreen, an out-
standing performer will en-
tertain. The featured speaker will
be Oscar Goltistein, former
director of metropolitan New
York region of B'nai B'rith youth
and recently retired director of
their community services. A
short movie about Israel, called
"The Living Wall," will conclude
the program.
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will celebrate the biggest
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How about you?
In some 1000 theatres from
Paris to the Palisades people
will join together on Monday
night, May 11th for a joyous
celebration of the 33rd an-
niversary of the creation of the
State of Israel. It's the World
Premiere of the motion picture
based on Chaim Potok's "The
Chosen", starring Maximilian
Schell, Rod Steiger, Robby
Benson and Barry Miller,
screenplay by Edwin Gordon,
directed by Jeremy Paul
Kagan. It is produced by Edie
and Ely Landau. Plus the one-
time only showing of a special
star-filled entertainment-on-
film featuring some of the
greatest names of the perform-
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humor and song drawn from
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, March 20, 1981
JCC Happenings
. Senior News
New Spring Program Adult
Community Education Classes
School Board of Palm Beach
County: Once again the Jewish
Community Center is pleased to
offer outstanding classes through
the Palm Beach County Schools
Adult and Community Education
Department. All classes are open,
except for the oil painting class
held on Monday. Join the "back
to school" group in an informal
friendly atmosphere. Following is
a schedule of classes:
Oil Painting A (closed),
Mondays, 9-12 noon, begins April
6 for 8 weeks; Oil Painting B,
Tuesdays. 9:30-12:30, begins
April 7 for 8 weeks: Personality
& Growth, Wednesdays, 10-12
noon, begins April 8 for 8 weeks;
Yoga After 56, Wednesdays, 1-3
p.m., begins April 8 for 10 weeks;
Writers Workshop, Wednesdays,
3-5 p.m., begins April 8 for 8
weeks' Know Your Car, Fridays,
10-12 noon, begins April 10 for 4
weeks; Music Through The Ages,
Friday, 1-3 p.m., begins May 1
for 4 weeks.
The following is an Extension
Class to be held at the
Tanglewood Clubhouse:
Transactional Analysis,
Mondays, 10-12 noon, begins
April 6 for 6 weeks.
The Jewish Community
Center, Comprehensive Senior
Center receives funds from a
Federal Grant, Title III of the
Older Americans Act, awarded
by Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging, and the Florida
Department of H.R.S.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantaged. Call
689-7700 for information.
Speak Out Enjoy an after-
noon of expression, friendship
and learning with Wynn Keaton,
discussion leader, on Mondays at
1 p.m. Next session: March 23.
Round Table Talk for Men -
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women: Joe Greenberg, group
leader for the men, and Sylvia
Skolnik, group leader for the
women, conduct lively discussion
sessions on politics, economics
and current events, on Tuesdays
at 1 p.m., except for the second
Tuesday of the month. Timely
Topics and Rotfrid Table Talk will
jointly present Karen Clark of the
Florida Consumer Federation on
Tuesday, March 24 at 1 p.m. For
further information, call the
Center at 689-7700.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, President, invites all
those interested in public |
speaking, to join this group,
which meets on Thursdays at 10
Tax Counseling for the Elderly
is available on Tuesdays from 1-4
p.m. at the C.S.S.C. Provided by
Volunteer Income Tax Assis-
tance (VITA). Roe
volunteer counselor.
Trips Lido Spa Due to so
many requests, we have arranged
a Lido Spa Get-A-Way for
Sunday, May 10-Wednesday,
May 13. The trip will begin with a
Mother's Day Party on Sunday,
and includes 3 meals a day (diet
of regular), daily massage and
entertainment. Members
$113.50, double occupancy. Non-
members$123.50, including
gratuities. Bus transportation is
available from the Westgate of
Century Village (price will be
announced). Reservations require
a $25 deposit per person, which
includes a $5 non-refundable fee.
For further information call
Bonnie at 689-7700.
Dine Out Luncheons at
various restaurants will be held
once a month. For the month of
April the C.S.S.C. will have a
luncheon at the Reef Restaurant
in Fort Lauderdale on April 2. A
full lunch will be served. After
lunch a visit to the Pompano
Mall for shopping and browsing.
Leave the Westeate of Centurv
Village at 11 a.m. Members $16
Non-members $20. Call Bonnie at
the Center for reservations and
"The Story of Two Deaf
Women," a -Rochester Institute
Documentary, will be presented
bv the Jewish Community Center
at the Summit Library in West
Palm Beach, on Friday. March
27, at 1:30 p.m. The public,
especially the deaf and persons
with hearing impairments, are
invited to attend. Learn how two
deaf women enjoy a full life of
enrichment and accomplishment
in the world of today. Film
courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
New Dimensions Palm Beach
Junior College Programs:
"Philatelic Judiasm". Sidney
Bernstein will present this
program on Thursday. March 26,
1:30 p.m. "Travels With Stella"
Simon Silverman will present
this program on Thursday. April
2. 1:30 p Joy Through Movement will
be held at the Poinciana Place
Clubhouse. March 12 through
April 30. Irom 9:30-11 a.m. Celia
Golden. Licensed Therapist. This
is ;i Jewish Community Center
Extension class. Fee: $8 for eight
sessions. Call 964-1455 for in-
Questions To Ask About
Framing will be presented on
Fridays. April 3 and 17. 1 p.m.
Ida Blauner. Instructor. Learn
how to modernize your own
frames and stretch needlepoint.
11 DAYS-10 NIGHTS Aprn 17toAoni27)
Per Person. Double Occupancy
Room at Adjoining Atlantic
Towers Hotel meals at waidman
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
Because Someone Cared
jig is a guest article
Irs. Linda Cohen,
[caseworker for the
& Children's
/itt's articles will
equent issues.
xes mentioned in
re fictitious; clien
Jewish Family &
vice is held in the
Ineral perception in
Jewish community
Vic an family is "in
fis evidenced by the
tually every major
rganization has
Jconference or task
[family. Modern ur-
| life has taken its
ditional family. It's
conomic centrality
[>ded. This leads to
ning more mobile in
a occupational ad-
ls a result, families
from extended
fits (in fact, one-fifth
Is change residence
kd within families,
Eves and children
fcch other meeting
(uent occasions. The
family pathology
within the past
; critical is the nega-
lc- so many people
their own families.
[ highly educated,
competent in-
r*hat a contrast be-
outside life ex-
hd their personal
Inapt child rearing
marital relation-
jpear that the insti-
^rriage and the fam-
questioned today
ir to be weakening.
three people be-
nd their marriage in
jrising divorce rate
suited in equally
Creases in single
Is. the vast majority
Ire female-headed.
ib a rise in the
male-headed single
lies. Many single
lilies, particularly
by women, live in
limstances. At the
any cases like these
in example was a
tjdn't know where to
after her divorce.
[were living in the
sugh the years she
|h them. She was a
I and was ashamed
). Because she was
family, but at least now they can
talk things out before things
come to a head, and most impor-
tantly, they respect each other as
unique individuals.
(The Jewish Family A
Children's Service is a non-profit
agency designed to meet the
social, emotional and counseling
needs of the Jewish community
of Palm Beach County. Our office
is located at 2411 Okeechobee
Boulevard. Our telephone
number is 684-1991. The Jewish
Family & Children's Service is a
beneficiary agency of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
Mrs. Linda Cohen
Jewish, she decided to give the
J.F.&C.S. a call.
She and her husband were
divorced for six months. His
alimony payments didn't meet
her financial needs. She wanted
to work but had been out of the
job market for several years. The
more we talked, the more I
realized that she not only needed
financial counseling, but case- I
work counseling as well. There-
fore, I recommened that she come
in for therapy. As she came in for
the sessions many inter-personal
problems surfaced. Because of
her financial predicament and her
children's reactions to the
divorce, she became depressed.
She cried a lot, started to eat,
gained weight, slept a lot and
started snapping at her children,
which made her relationship with
her children worse. I was able to
locate and refer her to an organ-
ization which helped to train her
and locate a job for her. She came
to me for counseling and on
several occasions brought her
two children. After a few months
matters became better between
she and her family. Through
family counseling, her children
started to realize and gain an
understanding of what they, and
especially their mother, were
going through. The mother also
started to become aware of how
her depression attected her
children. Instead of snapping at
them for not cleaning up the
room and other minute situa-
tions, she began to talk to her
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Former Soviet Prisoner Iosif Mendelevich
Greeted By ThousandsOn Arrival in Israel
steady rain, his pale cheek
pressed tight Iv against the
Western Wall. Iosif Mendelevich
intones the timeless prayer.
Blessed art Thou. O Lord our
God. King of the universe. Who
has kept us and preserved us and
brought us to this day "
The ancient stones ring witr
the voices of 5.000 of his ne
country men who. in an explosive
celebration of joy for his deliver-
ance, respond as one. "Amen."
Iosif Mendelevich has come
Thousands of Israelis jammed
Ben-Gurion Airport to welcome
Mendelevich as lie stepped from
the plane. Slight and pale, he
wore a dark gray jacket over a
white shirt, and a black hat
placed squarely on his head
which could not quite conceal his
closely shaven '-kull. His heavy
black-rimmed glasses em-
phasized the prison pallor of his
face. But the glow of his eyes and
his -mile ^poke eloquently of his
The frail former prisoner had
wanted to walk the thirty-two
miles from the airport to
Jerusalem, but allowed his sisters
to persuade him that it was too
far and he was too weak to make
such a strenuous trek in the rain
Only hours earlier, the gaunt
34-year-old and one-time
engineering student was rousted
from his cell in a maximum
security prison in the heart of
Moscow and told to take his
belongings with him. He did not
know it then, but his ordeal of
nearly 11 years in Russian con-
centration camps and prisons
was coming to an end.
One week before he had been
transferred to Moscow from a
concentration camp in the Urals
where he had been on a 54-day
hunger strike to protest confisc-
ation of his Hebrew textbook.
"1 araa very afraid." Mendel-
evich said of his unexpected
freedom NOM of my guards
mad to know why I'd been
brought to Moscow. The) took
me upstairs to a KGB official
who informed me that I was
deprived of my Soviet citizenship
and expelled from Russia
Even on the drive to the air
[x>rt I couldn't believe it." he
continued. Is this another lie'.'
1 asked No.' they said But I
- not truly convinced until the
plane took off '
Mendelevich was arrested June
15. 1970 for his part in a plot to
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Editors please note The
foliouing is an eye-uitness ac-
count of Iosif Siendeleuch i
arrital Feb. 18 in Jerusalem after
11 years in Soviet prisons. It uas
uritten by L'nited Jeuish Appeal
Special Correspondent Wendy
EHi man.
steal a plane and fly it to
freedom Often described by his
fellow conspirators as "the
.Jewish soul of the group.
Mendelevich was abused by his
guards for his efforts to observe
Jewish traditions I'ndaunted. he
organized Jewish history and
Hebrew language Study groups
inside Soviet camps He is the
last of the nine convicted )
skyjackers to be released
Mendelevich's Hebrew was
correct and fluent, and he clearly
relished using the language so
long forbidden to him
I suddently felt a great re-
sponM'ulny. DC '-aid of his
tumultuous welcome at Ben-
Gurion I 'a* all those people
then- to greet me and I un-
derstood that I had come to a
holv and sweet land 1 want to be
a real Jew here, to observe
mitziot. to build a state and to be
free I *ant to work for the Jews
of Israel and for my fellow Jews
jffenngin Russia.'
Mendelevich does not clearly
why he was released But
no doubt, he stated em-
phatically, that the campaigns
for Soviet Jewry outside Russia
plaved an important part
never Jews in the free world
active on our behalf, con-
is m the camp- would ease a
little The time for quiet
diplomac ~K me
what Jem Soviet
Union should do for thost
I ~j. the) should act with
-r> lined arm
ampaign- an
not without effect I
\n> r tnt'
k> all that is in hi-
;. *. r to help the Jewi
I'. ^ -
family's m
apartment in Alon Shvut, 10
miles east of Jerusalem, ia the
scene of joyous confusion. Israeli
and American television crews
1 compete for space with new-
found friends and masses of
flowers splashing every available
surface with bright colors.
In the middle of it all. Iosif
Mendelevich fingers a written
invitation from Israeli Prime
Minister Menachem Begin to a
meeting the next day. "This is
the first letter that I've opened in i
ars." he said. "It's a strange
Plot a moment the shadow of
r. membered isolation crosses his
face. Then the now famous smile
that has flashed from television
imaena and the front pages of
newspapers around the weld
returns as Mendelevich considers
something he thought he might
never h;i\- hie future.
It's too early for decisions."
id I was an engineeriig
-tudent at the time of my arrest
and perhaps I'll continue
studying In the meantime. I
want to spend time with my
mother and my -isters and my
brother-iii-law. I want to get to
know my nephews and nieces
friends in Israel whom I've
not seen (or years, and I've
friends here that I've never met
Iosif Mendelevich, fc7w
years a prisoner in Soviet,-
centration camps and praoJ
displays invitation h
meeting with Prime Minis,!
Menachem Begin which >,|
hand delivered to him shorthl
after his arrival in ItrJI
(Israel Sun Photo)
who worked so hard for .
"I've my new country J
explore, and my whole life ahad
of me."
A Kosher Chronicle
A fish is Kosher if it has fins and scales in the streams and rivers." The
swordfish has bony protrusions that are shed when the fish reaches four feet in
length. Orthodox authorities claim these are not scales, making the swordfish
non-Kosher. On the other hand, there are those who maintain that the swordfish
does have scales and should, for this reason, be considered Kosher.
npc-TS^fr!10^ayou decide- ^ a deljcus recipe from HELLMANN'S/
btb I FOODS Real Mayonnaise-the Kosher Mayonnaise.
1 ibrec- act*-
: : ms, Sliced
small *eoges
1 2 cup : -. ie
1 2tspsart
rVsley rce
SUce each fset crosswse m rstnps etover
medium heal melt margarine Add mushrooms ana
onions, cook until tender Ada dsh *,ne arG safl Cover
simmer 5 minutes Remove fsh to warm piatter
1 medium onon. thinly sliced
2 large fresh flounder diets (about 1 lb)
I 4tspsait
1 8tsppepper
1 can (7 3 4 oz) salmon, drained, flaked
2 cup HELLMANN s BEST f-COOS Real Mayonnaise
' 3 cup dairy sour cream
3 Tbsp eh* sauce
Line bottom of 8"x8"x2" baking cteh with onions Sprin-
kle each tlet *,th sail and pepper Evenly dmde salmon
over each diet Rod up each diet lengthwise place on
top of onions Stir together remaining mgrectents Spoon
over ets Bake m 325 F oven 30 to 35 mrues. or until
SCi^ll4 *"* S"r '9ether remaning
pSSSStSr^^ Cover, cnil^hours
^eneat skUet over medium neat Dram fn
^S^6 6fT^Jes or unwtsh flakes
easily Makes 4 servings
I[M ol the Rodutt in. nan, Hujuigrs
1 to swordfish. cul about 1 2" thick
Real Mayonnaee
2 Tbsp lemon juce
2 Tbsp grated onion
1 Tbsp soy sauce
w *.

Ijday. March 20, 1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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The JeunshFjondianofP^m^nLo^
New Banking System
such as the Islamic Development
Bank and the Arab Fund for
Social and Economic Develop-
ment, which make subsidized
loans to Moslem countries
suffering from oil deficits
+ Quasi-governmental banks.
such as the Kuwait Investment
Co.; Kuwait Foreign Trade.
Contacting and Investment Co.:
and Kuwait International
Investment Co.. which play a
large role in the Eurodollar
+ Consortium banks, such as
the Union de Banques Arabes et
Franchise lUBAFl and Banque
Arabe et Internationale'
de'Investissment (BAII), in
which many American and Euro-
pean banks participate.
+ "Private" banks, such as
the newK-formed Arab Banking
Corp. (owned by Kuwait. Libya
and Abu Dhabi), which has an
authorized capitol of $1 billion
and engages in loan syndications,
project-and-trade-financing and
Eurobank trading.
AN INDICATION of the flow
of petrodollars is the plan of the
National Bank of Abu Dhabi to
establish a branch in
Washington. DC. to be used to
recycle oil money through the
Western hemisphere.
Meanwhile. Boycott Report
disclosed that Arab efforts to
buy equity interests in U.S.
banks continue. Suliman Ola yam
has acquired stock in nine banks.
including a 7.5 percent .Stake
(together with his partner. Prince
Khalad of Saudi Arabia) in the
First Chicago Corporation, the
ninth largest bank holding
company in the country.
In the other eight banks in
which Olayara has invested, his
holdings are about one percent.
They include Chase Manhattan
(New York). Mellon (Pittsburgh)
and major bank institutions in
Cleveland, Honolulu, Los
Angeles. Miami. Minneapolis and
In addition. Boycott Report
said, a group of Arabs led by
Sheikh Kamal Adham. former
Saudi chief of intelligence, has
purchased shares of Financial
General Bank* hares. Inc. of
Washington. DC. for S160
million. Another shareholder is
Abdullah Darwaish. said by
Forbes Magazine to be acting on
behalf of the roval family of Abu
AT THE same time, pur-
chasers of shares in American
companies by Arab investors
have reached record levels, ac-
cording to Boycott Report. It
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quoted a report by the Securities
Industry Association that Arab
purchases jumped from $962
million in the first quarter of 1960
to SI billion in the second quarter
and 1.7 billion in the third. The
record investment in American
securities was attributed to the
drop in the price of gold and other
precious metals. These figures do
not include stocks purchased by
Arab banks of governments.
To service these purchases.
Petra Capital Corporation has
been established, with Peter
Tanous as its director. It is now
seeking membership in the New
York Exchange. If accented, it
will become the first Arab-owned
investment banking firm on the
Exchange Tanous andla*
associate. William Hanna. are ot
Lebanese descent. Petra
hoUv-owned subsidiary
Nethe'rland Antilles corporation.
70 percent of whose shares are
held by Arabs, the Boycott
report said.
One indication of the im-
portance of Arab holdings in U.S.
firms, the AJCongress report
stated, was the recent election of
Olavam to the Board of Directors
of the Mobil Corporation, the
first time an Arab has been
elected director of a major oil
March 21
Temple Beth El Social Set Punm Party
Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Cub Purim Dance
Temple Isroe' Culture Commission 7 30 p m B'nai B'nth
Women Mitjvan Council Life membership tea -3 pm
March 2 3
Women's American ORT Pa'm Beacn 1 p.m Jewish Com-
munity Center Spring Vocation program B'nai B'rith Boynton
Beach board 1 p.m Women's American ORT Mid Palm 1
p.m. Women's American ORT North Poim Beoch 12.30 p.m.
Hodassoh Tikvoh. West Palm Beoc". Polm Beoch Donor -
Breakers Hotel B'nai B'nth Mosodo -8pm Women's
Amencon ORT West Palm Beoch board 1 p.m Yiddish
Culture Group 10am Temple Beth El Men's Club board 8
Temple Beth David Sisterhood 7 30 p.m Hodassoh Lake
Worth South Palm Beoch Donor Luncheon
March 24
Hodassoh Ahya 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Sister-
hood Card Porty 1 p m Hodassoh Bat Gunon Education
Day 10 a.m. Hodassoh Choi 12:30 p.m Jewish Com-
mumiy Center Executive Committee 8 p.m. Notional Council
of Jewish Women Educotional Meeting 5 30 p m
March 29
Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club Cultural Program
March 30
March 31
Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m Temple Beth El Executive
board 8 p. m
-Commemoration 33 10:30 a m Temple Beth Shalom Men',
Jub board 7 30 p.m Jewish War Ve'eron, ,408 1 p m .
free. Sons of Israal -7pm Jewish Community Center board
National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach boord 10
am .Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood-.2:30 pm dosU
Lake Worth So. Palm Beach board Pioneer Women So
?.'" o Womtn'S *"''"" ORT Polm Beoch Count!
Region -930am B'na, B'nth No Lodge board 8 nme
nAii Itt noon
Mark Your Calendar
Two Camp Get Togethers
Coma and Mart and Talk to that
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Mazol Tov to Debbie leases oat and Frank Freedau,
their recent engagement. Parents Jules and Silvia Freedrnia'lS
Palm Beach and Sherwin and Barbara Isaacson of PataBea
are looking forward to a September wedding. Debbie and f^S
you are a beautiful couple. ^
"Beat Cancer 40 Love" On Sunday. April 5 ik.
American Cancer Society will hold a Tennis Tournment at TW
Lake Worth Racquet Club. This Tournment is open to all levels
of play and celebrities from the media will be there includint
TVs 5 and 12 the Post-Times. ~
Nancie Dober. daughter of Stanley and Joan Dober, *u
asked by the Cancer Society to be their "poster child" andtbi
Dobers were asked to be the Crusade Family. The Amercn
Cancer Society holds their annual fund raising campaign from
March 23-April 5.
Free Tee Shirts, refreshments and great door prizes will be
n ailable to all participants.
The American Cancer Society wants people to see that on
breakthroughs are happening and that cancer can be cured.
There is hope. So let's join Nancie and "Beat Cancer 40 -
Low*' Call the American Cancer Society office. Seeyouallon
the Courts.
Lee and Sherry Klein man of Wellington are getting active
in our Palm Beach Community. At a recent dinner at Hunters
Run. 1-ee was named first Vice President of the Lt. CoL
Netanyahu Palm Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge 3041 Wife Sherry
baa vecome very active with the Wellington Welcome Wagon.
The Klemmans moved here from Pine Brook. N.J. 18
months ago with their two children. Susan 9 and Andrew 6.
Ijee is Second Vice President of Investments at Shearson
Leol) Rhoades. Inc. in Palm Beach. This busy man still finds
lime to actively fund raise to construct a building for
Wellington's Temple Beth Torah. Lee and Sherry, we are happy
you are here.
The community will feel Use loss of Rosalie Hcinemaa of
Cnsthaven. who recently passed away. She was actively it
volved in Hadassah. the School Aid program, and the Friendly
A very special Happy Birthday to "Uacle" Harry
Kronen berg from his many. many, many nieces and nephews it
Temfple Beth El. Uncle Harry you are a very special person!
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[nnual National Support Lunch Mar. 25
bational Council of Jewish
',..,. Palm Beach Section,
n,u! National Support Lunch
\ will taki- place on Wed-
La>. March 25, at 12:30 p.m.
amacft Inn. l)r Chaim
||,.r will be the truest speaker.
Beds from this luncheon
ipporl Council's Manof
a Israel. Reservations
,de bj calling Mrs. Ann
Chaim Vdtar, serving
the Director of the
IV Research Institute for
k)vation m Kducation at the
i Kducation of the
Era* University of Jeroaatam,
known a- : specialist in the
.. ol sociology and education.
Orn in Prague in 1928 Prof
|er emigrated to Israel with
parents in 1939. He earned his
Kers and Ph.D degrees in
lology from Hebrew
Mil. Prof. Adler was ap-
Itcd to the faculty of the
^rcw University School of
beat ion, and served as Chair-
,il i he (iraduate Program in
lologj of Kducation. From
r-69, during a leave of absence
I his post, he served as Re-
t-h Associate at the Center of
It-national Affairs at Harvard
versity. In 1970, he was
tinted Director of the NCJW
arch Institute for Inno-
Dr. Chaim Adler
career, Prof. Adler has frequently
been asked to lecture to in-
ternational educational bodies.
He presented papers and partici-
pated fully in all the United
States-Israel Educational
CoUoquia In 1979, he partici-
patad in the International
Education Seminar for Middle
Eastern Education at Harvard
in Israel. Prof. Adler serves as
B Consultanl to the Ministry of
Labor and Social Affairs, and the
Knesset Committee on
Education. Recently he served as
Chairman of a Government
appointed commission on
"Alternatives to Schools" (for
severely disadvanlaged young
vation in Kducation. He was a
visiting scholar in the Depart-
ment of Education at the
University of Chicago in 1973
and at the Center for Educational
Policy Studies at the Harvard
(iraduate School of Education in
In 1980, Prof. Adler was ap-
pointed the first incumbent of the
J. Robert Fisher Chair at the
Hebrew University School of
Kducation. This special educa-
tion chair was established to aid
Israel's disadvanlaged.
As a result of his distinguished
Prof. Adler's written works
dealing with sociology and
education have been published
extensively in both English ana
Hebrew. His latest book. Ethnic
Integration in Israel, was pub-
lished in 1977 by Transaction
Press, New Brunswick, N.J.
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The rich ground aroma and fresh perked taste
makes Maximthe coffee any busy balbusta
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strudel. Or, the Honey cake. Or the lox n
bagels. Or whenever friends and mishpocheh'
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took the time to make fresh perked coffee
when you didn't!
Dorothy Rautbord
Elected President
Dorothy Rautbord. a longtime
resident of Palm Beach, was
recently elected as President of
the Greater Palm Chapter of the
American Technion Society.
For many years Mrs. Rautbord
has given of herself generously
and unstintingly to many
community causes and
While living in Chicago with
iur late husband. David T.
Siegel, they established the
David T. Siegel Hydraulics lab-
oratory on the campus of the
Israel Institute of Technology at
Haifa, and have also established
a Chair for a Visiting Professor-
ship there.
Mrs. Rautbord has devoted
' many hours of her time and her
resources to most of all the
causes in the Palm Beach com-
munity. Among the many causes
and organizations which have
benefited from her efforts and
generosity are Temple Israel.
Visiting Nurses Service, Boys
Club of Palm Beach and the Crip
pled Children Society. She has
found time among all her ac-
tivities to have been a President
of the Norton Museum., and at
the present time is on the Board
of Directors of the Israel
Her devotion to the com-
munity is evidenced by her
presence in all works and causes
worthy of dedication and sup-
It has 456 less calories than potato
topping made with sour cream.
I > 2 cups Colombo Plain Whole
Milk Yogurt
' 2 cup crumbled blue cheese
17 cup chopped celery
' 4 cup imitation flavored
bacon bits
' 4 teaspoon sail
In bowl combine all ingredients Serve
as topping on baked potatoes or other
hot vegetables Or chill well ana serve
as dip for potato chips or fresh
vegetables Makes about 2 cups
There are a lot of good
reasons for cooking
with Colombo Plain
Whole Milk Yogurt
instead of sour cream.
Cup for cup. Colombo
has less calories than
sour cream (304 less
calories!) less fat (80%
less!) and less
cholesterol (87% less!).
So start cooking with
Colombo instead of sour
It's got a lot less to offer.

Based on 1 cup equivalents
Colombo Whole Milk Yogurt
Sour Cream
Cottage Cheese MflMMi t
Cream Cheese
8.3 gms.
43.2 gms.
179.2 gms.
9.5 grns
64.8 gms
25 mg.
48 mg.
251 mg.

Mark Leibovitz and Kara Click enjoy preparing the dough for
the making of chalah. Watching the process are Eric Kurit. Eric
Slomowitz and Karen Aharoni. The dough will be left to rise so
that the chalah can be properly formed.
Chalah Baking Project at the JCDS
Baking chalah is one of the
Mii/.vot associated with the
Shabbat and is an integral part of
the observance of the Shabbat.
For generations it was the duty
of the Jewish housewife to bake
chalah for her family. Recently
the fifth and sixth grades
combined to bake chalah for the
school's Kabbalat Shabbat
service. The unique aspect of this
chalah baking effort was it in-
volved the combined efforts of
the Judaic studies faculty. Helen
Schwartz and Rachel Stein, and
the school's science teacher. Judv
Ravitz. From their Judaic studies
teachers the students learned
about the origin of chalah, of the
"mafraish" chalah that is, a
portion of the chalah set aside as
an offering and not used at all.
and of other significant religious
elements of baking chalah. With
Mrs. Ravitz they explored the
importance of yeast and how it
causes the dough to rise and
other scientific aspects of the
fermentation process. The ac-
companying photographs reflect
the steps in this process.
Temple Beth El
The Palm Beaches
2815 N. Flagler Drive
invites you to
celebrate Passover
Two Sedarim
April 18th and 19th in
Senter Hall
Kashruth Observed
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch and
Cantor Elaine Shapiro will
For Reservations
Please Call 8331)339
$37.50 per person per Seder
$15.00 Children under 12
AntTSemitism Worries Two States
^***" ___I urith Kilt V. _
Continued from Page 1
ported that the cross-burning at
Ik-th Shalom synagogue occurred
in full view as over 75 members ol
the congregation. including
children who were attending
special Friday evening services at
an elementary school across the
st reet.
A three-foot high cross made of
planking and fabric and held to-
gether by a coathanger was ig-
nited on the front lawn of the un-
finished synagogue. The blaze
was put out bv congregation
members with fire extinguishers
before the fire department
arrived, Levy reported.
THE INCIDENT created a
new sense of solidarity among the
shocked congregants who ex-
pressed their d"terminntion "not
to run. But sharply differing
I views emerged, according to
Levy, as to the motivations of the
vandals and how the Jewish
community should respond. The
basic difference was whether the
cross-burning was an isolated in-
cident or a manifestation of a
more ominous trend.
Rabbi Donald Peterman of
Congregation Beth Shalom was
quoted as saying. "I've never
doubted that anti-Semitism was
on the rise. I think we are going
to see more and more related
incidents We live in a very-
dangerous climate. Overt anti
Semitism is becoming stronger
This burning was meant to
Mare us. it was a visual message
that we are not wanted
But Stuart Lewengrub, region-
al director of the Anti-De-
famation League of B'nai B'rith,
dnl not sec the incident as .i mas-
sive movement or as a reason fur
panic V some point in life'
li a ish insl itul i"'
ai.:- ment," he

ilpril a|
ii and pn
other common criminal
pressed b) William GralnickJ
Southeast regional director of the
American Jewish Committee
When Jews expand into the sub-
urbs, so will prejudice, be -aid
"When there is a physical Jewish
structure in a suburban neigh
Imrhood. the communit> can't ig-
nore n like the) might if there
one or two Jewish families
living nearb) \ synagogue is
visuall} there, a doesn't go
awaj." Gralnick -aid.
One of the immediate concerns
of the Beth Shalom congregants
was Over the effects the cross-
burning had on their children.
is currently accepting applications for enrollment for the
We cordially invite you to call and make
an appointment to visit our school.
Mordecai Levow

Dr. Howard Kay
2S15 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. Honda
Telephone 832-8423/4 .
A beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
The 20 youngsters who witnessed
H wm. terror stricken, ac-
cording to one member of the
Similar concern was expressed
in | vansville. "I don't know if
the children fully understood
what happened." Shovers said
according to Kisenberg s ac-
,,,,. It a a tough issue to deal
with, but we have a great
encouragement and
from a large number of friPnTy
the neighborhood ^*
Mayor Michael \ ,.nd
h vansville reacted str*L.
"This is the kind of activX
community doesn't *.,
tolerate. Its unacceptable
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Page 21
Reagan Men to Build
On Camp David Accord
The Reagan Ad-
[istration has em-
Bized that it "intends to
i" on the peace process
the Middle East
Jinded on the Camp
rid agreements and ex-
Led confidence that the
(opean Economic Com-
fity (EEC) will "take no
on" to interfere with it.
statement was made here
ite Department spokesman
William Dyess in response to a
question by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency asking for a
clarification of the Reagan Ad-
ministration's position in light of
conflicting reports, many of the
attributed to unnamed sources,
on the results of the meetings
here by President Reagan and
Secretary of State Alexander
Haig with British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher, French
Foreign Minister Jean Francois-
FOLLOWING IS the next of
Dyess' response to the question
on the European Middle East
initiative: "We have made plain
that this Administration sup-
ports the ongoing peace process
and intends to build on it in
seeking a comprehensive set-
tlement of the Arab-Israeli
conflict. We feel that the talks
over the past days here with our
European allies have confirmed
that all of us have a major in-
terest in achieving peace in the
Middle East and in strengthen-
ing security against the Soviet
threat there.
"After these talks, we are
confident that our Western
European allies understand the
importance that they take no
action that would undercut the
peace process. In these con-
sultations, we were particularly
gratified that Mrs. Thatcher was
able to say in public that the
efforts of the 10 (EEC member
states) are meant to be comple-
mentary to the efforts being
made by the U.S. to move toward
a settlement and a peace that we
are all seeking.
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Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
devoted to discwtion of thomoi end iwuoi
relevant to Jowith Wo poit and prestrrt
A Pattern for Existence
Congregation Anshei Sholom
President of
The Rabbinical Council
of Palm Beach County
There is a Talmudic saying:
"All ihin>r-- are in the hands of
Heaven except the fear of
H< n This thought has boon
(tic bulwark of Jewish Faith. The
lew has always looked uo to
Heaven for protection and
salvation, and when he did. his
faith gave thim the strength to
the help of his Savior,
against all the attacks ot hi- per
secuton throughout the ages
Whether through miracles or the
intervention of the natural vicis-
situdes of historic occurrences,
the divine salvation brought an
end to the enemies of Israel.
With the historic incident cel-
ebrated on Purim. there comes to
mind the usual pattern of the
mutability of the fortunes of the
Jews in the various countries in
which anti-Jewish sentiments
become strong. From the Book of
Bather we can deduce that the
Jewish people were living under
ta\enable conditions at the time
of the sudden liamanic uprising
Mordecai. a Jew. was a favorite
in the court of the king, and was
even raised to high office and a
powerful position after Hainan's
demist' Esther, a Jewish girl, had
the opportunity to become the
queen of the great emperor The
Jews were in a position to obtain
arms to battle against thew
attackers From all these condi-
tion, we can surmise that the
Jewish people were in the high
brackets of wealth, power and
social standing. We can also
Surmise, that the Jewish way of
life was not very strongly ob-
served, as the question can be
asked. Why did Mordecai
permit his ward. Ksther. to marry-
out of her Faith?'' and when
Mordecai threatened Esther,
when she hesitated to go to the
king to speak for her people, that
aid will come from some other
source, "he does not mention the
its mosl
When the
Rabbi Schectman
source as lieing God. Isn't it
possible that the Jaws in Persia
had become assimilated to a
degree that they forgot the savior
of the Jews?
If such is the case, then an old
pattern which is brought into
play when Jews are persecuted.
was again coming to the
forefront. When did Pharaoh, in
the Passover story, begin to
persecute and enslave the Israeli-
tea When, as the Bible says, 'he
Jews multiplied, became rich and
powerful. When did Spain begin
vicious inquisition
jewa in spam were
Golden \ge When
didth Nazis in Germany ari
propagat* the annihilation of the
When the Jews to Germany
sang Deutchland uber alles
loudei and more sincere!) than
lermans themselves W h) is
anti Semitism beginning to
,ts uglj head toda) in America.
he Jewa are becoming
outstanding in ever) field of
endeavoi in the economic, the
..itiial the entertainment, the
holastic, and the art fields,
rj endeavor which
estranges them from their own
|iv< as .1. WS. and brings them
, k>si r to assimilation and accul-
turation Thai has throughout
our tragic history seemed to be
the pattern lsn"t it about time
thai we should ponder over that
truth, ami trj to change that
pattern? The lew can find his
strength onlj when his people are
united as the people ol the Book,
as they were, following the
teachings ol that Book, and
realizing again that our salvation
cannot come from our material
strength, because physically we
are. m the Biblical term, like
grasshoppers" in comparison to
the other nations. Our strength
Iks in our spiritual fortification,
for only through that Strength
have we been able to survivi t<
tins daj Nappy Purim!
Temple Israel Men's Club Sabbath
Services will be conducted by
the Temple Israel Brotherhood
on Friday. March 27, 8:15 p.m.
Dr. Edward M. Kissey. distin
guished President of Palm Beach
Junior College will deliver a
sermon entitled "Our Heritage"
at the Men's Club Sabbath. Dr.
Eissey will be presented with the
nationa honor award by Bernard
Kramer. president of the
Brotherhood, in recognition of his
outstanding service to the
brotherhood of Temple Israel and
the Jewish community. In ad-
dition. Palm Beach Junior
College will be the recipient of a
"The Jewish Listener's Digest"
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MARCH 22 The Jewish View of Capital Punishment.
MARCH 29 Elizabeth Holtzman, Former Congresswoman
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SUNDAY MARCH 22 Rita Tacha. Danzig Collection
SUNDAY MARCH 29 Paula Borenstein, Public Relations
Director, Joint Distribution Committee Paris Women'
Division Mosaic Event at Worrells.
Sal mnor gnqn by Carol LancM
Dr. Edward M. Eissey
collection of Judaica books for
their library on behalf of the
National Jewish Chautauqua
Society. "Dr. Eissey has been a
driving force and shining
example in creating better inter-
faith relations and brotherhood,
stated Bernard Kramer. "We are
looking forward toward your
attendance and participation in
this most distinguished and
mementous occasion in honoring
our own brotherhood.''
Small nearby Reform
Synagogue, Temple Beth
Sholom, seeks Cantor for High
Holydaya. P.O. Box 2113, Vero
Beach, Fl. 32980 or (305) 569-
0180 weekday s 2 to 4 P.M.
Driving w8t to Albuq. New
Mexico, leaving March 27
Share drivingwill pay an n.,
pensea. Phone-44 p m
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Aitz Chalm Congregation Century Village
W Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services 9" m
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. anilil
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phone 499.74071,,
499 9229 Harry Silver, President Daily services 3 a.m. and5B|
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m.
Temple Israel
1901 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone833*421.
Rabbi Irving B Cohen Joel L. Levine. Associate Rabbi Sabtwin
services. Friday 8:15 pm Saturday Torah Seminars 10:30a m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone M
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath|
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with R*y
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swmton Ave.. Delray*;
Mailing address P.O. Box 1901. Delray Beach 33444 Rabbi Sama
Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272-2908) Friday services!
Temple Beth Torah of Palm Beach County
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd. W
Wellington Trace. West Palm Beach Mailing address: 1125 Jack
Pme St. West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward CohnPresidW
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15p.m.
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Road 11 mHi
west ot Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue. P.O. Bo 3. Bcal
Raton 33432 Phone 368-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Beniamin Rosayi"
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1901 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Beach. Fi
William M Mach684-1958
Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone. 8334JS'
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath semca, j
Friday at 8.15 p.m.. Saturday at 930 a.m. Daily Mmyan at 8:15a*,|
Sunday at 9 am
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone J|
3212-Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry L. w*>
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8.30 .'" '""rl
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 830 a m. and e p.m.-
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy.. Boynton Beacji*,
Phone 732-2555 Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services. kw
8 15 pm Saturday 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N A Street. Lake Worth 33480 Phone 585 502V"J^21
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays" |
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth David m]
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military TraM^-)
Beach Gardens Office at 321 Northlake Blvd., North Pair*i **
Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas raw
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom -,-*.'
224 N.W. Avenue G\ Bella Glade 33430 Cantor Jack &t""
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nal Jacob m j
at Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Aleme'd* ^;n.n>!
Springs 33481 Phone: 965-1084 Prealdent Martin Krosn I
Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m mow
Thursday at 9 a.m.
B'nal Torah Congregation ^-,^1
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone: W2*" ,. j
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday*"
m Temple Emeth of the Delray Hebrew Cengre&Jj* |
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33448 Pnone:'*
aabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbat" .,J
Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9 am Dally Mlnyans at 8:45 am.
Phone: fSW^l
Sabbath **

M Temple Emanu-EI
190 North County Road. Palm Beach 33480
Rabbi Joel Chazln Cantor David Dardashti'
Friday at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 9a.m.
Temple Beth Zlon ^
at Colony Building, 1030 Royal Palm Beach Bly0-JTJLtfii
Beach Phona: 7938021 Prealdent Bryan Schwartz
vices. Friday night at 7:30 p.m.

Local Synagogue News
femple Beth Davids first
Lai Shopping Spree Raffle is
under way. The grand prize
be a five minute Shopping
at Publix Supermarket,
jen Square, Palm Beach
Jens. Second prize will be
minutes and third prize will
|hree minutes. Tickets are $5
or six for $25, and will be
ilable until March 27. The
tiers may select a "designated
t a" to collect the prize. AH
fc'handise in the store, except
icco products is available.
Shopping Spree, will take
on a designated morning
[Ire the store opens to give the
tiers clear and unobstructed
[of the store. There is no dollar
imum on the prizes. Speed
stamina will determine the
values. For information on
to acquire tickets, contact
[temple office.
listerhood of Temple Emanu-
vill hold a Passover Seder on
lrday evening, April 18, 7:15
at the Breakers Hotel.
kbi Joel Chazin and Cantor
Ed Dardashti will officiate,
ervations must be made
April 8 accompanied by a
,-k made payable to
lerhood of Temple Emanu-El.
efunds will be permitted. For
Ihir information contact the
[ile office.
Passover Institute will be
on Sunday morning, April
etween 10 and 11:30 a.m. in
Temple Social Hall. Rabbi
|zin will lead an interesting
ussion on the History of the
lay and its observances in
By different parts of the world
(turnout the history of the
rs Mrs. Hay Gofseyoff,
ish Family Living chairman,
| add her personal recollections
her childhood in Eurqpe.
p-yone is invited to participate
discussion. There will be an
lange of recipes, menus and
ehold hints.
ople Beth Zion of Royal
m Beach presents the noted
Bit and operatic artist lyric-
rnno Ester Glickman in a
pert to be held at the Village
nt Royal Palm Beach on
lay, April 5 at 8 p.m. Her
ram will include works by
ut, Puccini, Ravel, Saint-
b, Obradors, and others. She
also included operatic arias
,i group of songs by Yiddish
Israeli composers. Donation
per person.
eminent Rabbi Hertzig,
In a guest in Temple B'nai
bof Palm Springs on Purim
The Rabbi is going to read
iMegilla, chant the Maariv
and address the con-
tion on the meaning of
A beautiful Purim
Tarn of song will be. rendered
la group headed by Martin
^hinski. President of the
We. Ilamentashen and other
ehis v ill be served. This part
evening is sponsored by
fend Mrs. Morris Kupershmid
"he occasion of their annivers-
I All members and friends are
mple Beth Torah of Palm
h County will celebrate
on Friday, March 20 as
of the our shabbat worship.
" noise makers and children,
rim party is planned on
*y. March 22 at St. Davids
Pines, Wellington. The
ren of the congregation will
tain members and guest
an original play by Alan
Everyone is invited to
i o Vn la
s"'9lcal Mohil
hfc. "-nuionu..
fbl Dr. Abraham Vaknln
attend. Refreshments will be
Sisterhood of Anshei Sholom
will hold its next Board Meeting
on Monday, April 6, at 9:45 a.m.,
and its next Regular Meeting on
Tuesday, April 21, at 1 p.m.,
when our entertainment wHl be
furnished by Debbie Chiat and
her delightful music, and the
humor of Dori Dasher.
Scholarship Fund Announced
endowment of a perpetual
scholarship fund by West Palm
Beach residents, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Barrish. has been an-
nounced by Milton M. Hecker,
Director, Florida Region of Men's
American ORT.
Formerly of Miami, Mr.
Barrish is currently President of
the Palm Beach Chapter of Men's
American ORT, the worldwide
Jewish organization for rehab-
ilitation and training.
Mr: and Mrs. Barrish
Perkis to be Honored
It is with great pleasure that
Norman Marcus and George
Strassler, co-chairmen of the
Cresthaven Israel Bond Commit-
tee, announce that Samuel Perkis
has been selected as their honoree
for their annual State of Israel
Bond campaign.
Mr. Perkis will receive the City
of Peach Award from the
Government of Israel at a
reception at Temple Beth Sholom
on March 22.
Mr. Perkis lived in Manhattan
with his wife Helen for 12 years
before retiring to Palm Beach and
the Cresthaven community.
Since then he has been extremely
active in SAVES Ambulance, Tel
Aviv Lodge of B'nai B'rith,
Cresthaven Democratic Club and
Jewish Culture Group. In all
regards a man truly worth the
honor being bestowed upon him.
been honored by many Jewish
organizations, including the
American ORT Federation, State
of Israel Bonds, Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County, etc.
The fund will be supervised
and maintained by the American
ORT Federation. The American
ORT Federation represents the
World ORT Union in the U.S.
The income from the Barrish
Family Perpetual ORT Scholar-
ship Fund will be used exclusive-
ly to endow scholarships for
needy Israeli ORT students each
Current ORT scholarships
range from $600 to $2500 an-
Upon bestowing the scholar-
ship, Mr. Barrish stated: No
one has been able to life forever.
But many people have im-
mortalized their name by giving
or bequeathing money to set up
special funds and endowments
that continue to make the world a
little better place in which to live
after they themselves are gone. I
can think of no better 'cause'
than contributing to the educa-
tion of the young people of Israel
who are her future."
The family of the late Irene Robbins wish to thank her friends,
* neighbors and members of all her organizations, which at one
time she had headed, for their expression of sympathy and
scholorships in her name.
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bi Yisochur Dov Rokeach, the
Belzer rebbe, arrived here from
Israel under heavy security
guard because of reported threats
to his life. But a violent street
confrontation between his follow-
ers and members of the rival Sat-
mar Hasidic sect did not
materialize during the reception
held for the rebbe in a public
school auditorium in the heavily
Orthodox Boro Park section of
Rokeach, 33, the only surviv-
ing descendant of the founder of
the movement in Belz. Russia,
200 years ago, will spend two
weeks here visiting schools,
synagogues and social agencies
run by his followers. In a state-
ment read to reporters by an aide,
he said his visit, the first in eight
years, was occasioned by the 30th
anniversary of Belz institutions
in the U.S.
"My prayers are to the Al-
mighty that this convention will
result in the uniting of all groups
of Torah Orthodox Judaism," he
Rokeach. alledgedly from mem-
bers of the Satmar movement,
were responsible for the most
extensive security precautions
taken for any foreign visitor in
recent years. The rebbe and his
entourage were met at Kennedy
Airport by bullet-proof limou-
sines assigned by Mayor Edward
Koch to whisk them to Boro Park
vith a police motorcycle escort.
Police barriers were in place in
streets near the private home
where the rebbe is staying and
the city's blue-and-white police
cars were conspicuous all over the
More than 300 police have
surrounded the public school
where the rebbe appeared. Earl-
ier, the building had been
searched by the bomb squad. The
reason was the extreme bitter
ness between the Belzer and Sat-
mar Hasidim who differ not only
on points of theology but in their
attitude toward Israel.
THE BELZER support the
Israeli government and receive
subventions from it for their
institutions in Israel. They are
Zionists but insist that Israel
must become a "religious state."
The Satmar also have a commu-
nity in Israel but refuse to recog-
nize the government or accept
support from it They are anti-
Zionist and contend that there
can be no legitimate Jewish state
until the advent of the Messiah.
Some 600 Satmar followers
surrounded a Belzer synagogue
in the Williarosburg section of
Brooklyn for three hours, pelting
it with rocks, bottles and curses
until police forced them to dis-
perse and extricated some 75 Bel-
zer worshippers inside. There
were no injuries or arrests.
Anonymous telephone calls to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
and other news media over the
weekend claimed that the Belzer
reebe might be "hit" by criminal
elements alledgedly engaged by
the Satmar. Hebrew and Yiddish
graffitti heaping scorn on the
Belzer rebe appeared on walls and
pavements in Williamsburg.
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