Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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By: RONNITARTAKOW
Director of
Public Relations
The Jewish community of Palm Beach County has reached a critical
in its development. Recognizing the "demographic time-bomb"
IT r,,j,ard to the increasing need for a variety of services to the
T jsh aged. the Board of Directors of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Lch County has approved a $5 million capital campaign for the
lopment an^ construction of the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Jm llcach County, Inc. To date the community has secured $1.6
tllion in pledges for the project. The 120-bed facility will be built on
Continued on Page 2-A
Artists rendering, Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beach County, Inc.
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of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
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7 Number 8
TWO SECTIONS
Palm Beach. Florida Friday. April 17, 1981
f red Shochet
Price 35 Cents
Phone-A-Thon for Women's Division
ft In Sunday. May 3. the
Tomm's Division of the Jewish
in nl Palm I teach
jun(\ will be holding their
[, I'hone \-Thon effort for
campaign. Marjorie
himelman, Chairman, stated.
Dm Phone-A-Thon this year
In- a concentrated day-long
himunih wide effort. Hun-
iil women will be called on
[mlaj May 3, to give them the
k unit) nl joining us in ful-
ling i lie promise of this year's
jn|Hiign This is a very im-
lnaTii day for women in our
nmunity, and I am pleased to
[v ihal Carole Hujsa, Co-Chair -
unn, and I feel enthusiastic
anoul the response we anticipate
from this effort."
The Phone-A-Thon will ion
cent rate on contacting women
who have pre> iotisiy given to the
Federation campaign and have
mil yet made their 1981 pledges.
Another part of the Phone-A-
Thon has been geared toward
new resident* in Palm Reach
County as well as previous non-
contributors. The overall goal of
the day is to bring more women
into the campaign and make
them better aware of the needs
and services provided through
I he Jewish Federation of Palm
Bench County
The Phone A Thon is
organized in two sessions. The
liiM session will begin at 9:30
a in ami I he second will he at
'i.:',0 p.m. and both will be held at
I he office of the .Jewish Federa-
tion. Mil So Flagler Dr. Each
essHin will la-gin with an
orientation in phone solicitation.
..Mil ill i oinmunily volunteers are
welcome to call for more in-
formation. Phone the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. Women's Division, 832-
2120, X34.
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Passover
from the
President
Alan L. Shulman
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Shaken by Assassination Attempt
[NEWYORK- (JTA)
Iwish Leaders have
H'U'd to the assassination
tempi against Presnieht
lagan with urgent ap-
mls tor action to bar such
rrm ism and with requests
control of handguns.
lyors were offered by
lerican Jews for the
h'sident's early and
tmplete recovery.
lertram Gold, executive vice
esident of the American Jewish
unittee, expressed the hope
Bl the attempt to kill the Presi-
nt will encourage us, as a
tinn. to reverse this uncivilized
He of heightened violence."
[Howard Squadron, president
the American Jewish
Ingress, said that the attack on
President "is an attack on
I order." adding that "the
inimum first step, by stringent
lislation and strict information,
I to put an end to the promis-
luus possession of handguns."
[IVAN NOVICK, president of
Zionist Organization of
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PALM BEACH COUNTY
Offices will be closed
on Monday, April 20 in
observance of Passover.
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\meriia, said that "the
assassin's bullets once again
remind* us that the world is con-
sumed .with liutml and trwif
\ ioleiue and terrorism, by groups
oi individuals, must be outlawed
l>\ the civili/.ed community."
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of
America, said the assassination
attempt made it necessary for the
American people to "soberly
reexamine the security provisions
for the safety of our leaders." He
also said there must be a renewal
of the search "for rational solu-
tions to the continuing menace of
violence in our land."
Rabbi Sol Roth, president of
the Rabbinical Council of
America, an Orthodox group,
called on all American to go to
their houses of worship and to
pray for the President's rapid
recovery.
Among international leaders
who sent messages to the Presi-
dent. Premier Menachem Begin
reacted with "shock and
astonishment." Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir sent a cablegram
to the President, expressing
"shock at the attempt on the life
of the leader of the free world"
and Israel's wishes for a "speedy
recovery."
Peru in Warntng
As we share with our families and friends the Joy of Freedom, 8
the true meaning of Passover, we are reminded how difficult and ::'
harsh, how bitter and cruel physical and mental bondage is for x
mankind to endure. Whether it be our forefathers in Egypt after >
generations of slavery or our Jewish brethren in the Soviet 8
Union, the taste of freedom is indeed a great moment to capture. S
The Haggadah directs us to eat and drink as the children of
Israel, to identify and to share with them the torment of slavery x
and the ecstacy of release.
Our generation has seen both the devastation of our people ?
and the reuniting of our people in their ancient homeland, Eretz x
Yisrael. We are privileged and challenged as members of the :
unique generation to have the opportunity to participate in the >:
destiny of an eternal people.
Just as the Exodus of the Children of Israel from Egypt <[
symbolizes our yearning for freedom, let each of us rededicate ::
ourselves during this Passover Hobday to working together for :j
the fulfillment of our cherished dream of Justice and Peace for
all mankind.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and Staff of the Jewish :
Federation of Palm Beach County, may I extend to you and ':
your families''Hag Samayach."
ALAN L. SHULMAN
President
The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County :
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If Ecuador Buys Kfirs from Israel
HOLD THE DATE
ANNUAL MEETING
SUNDAY. JUNE 7.
NOON BRUNCH
THE BREAKERS
By JAIME REIBEL
BOGOTA, Colombia,
(JTA) The Commander
of the Peruvian Air Force,
Li. Gen. Luis Arias
Graziani, has warned that
if Israel sells Kfir fighter
jets to Ecuador, Peru will
expand its Air Force to
maintain an "equilibrium."
Graziani raised the possibility
of an arms race between the two
uneasy neighbors following the
conclusion of an official eight-day
visit to Peru by Italian Air Force
Chief General Alberto Bertoluchi
late last month. Graziani said "If
imbalances are produced (with
Ecuador), Peru will try all
manner of maintaining the
equilibrium (of forces)."
IN JANUARY and February.
Peru and Ecuador skirmished at
three border posts in the disputed
territory of the Cordillera del
Condor, which separates their
two countries in a thick, un-
charted jungle zone. Relations
have been strained between the
two Andean nations since 1942.
In that year they ended a war
fought over the Amazonian
jungle region they had both
claimed, by signing the Protocolo
de Rio de Janeiro. Ecuador sub-
sequently abrogated the treaty,
claiming that unfair terms had
been forced on it by the signatory
powers: the United States,
Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
Military sources in Lima chum
that several months ago Ecuador
signed a contract to buy a
squadron of 20 Israeli Kfir fighter
jets. Nevertheless, Israel's
Ambassador to Peru, Gideon
Tadmor, categorically denied the
report by stating "there has not
been any plane sale to Ecuador."
UNCONFIRMED reports orig-
inating in Lima allege that
several months ago when
Ecuador's interest in the Kfir
became apparent, Peru sent
Javier Alva Orlandi, second vice
president of the country, to Israel
to "block or delay" the sale. On
his return to Peru, Alva Orlandi
announced the success of his
mission.
Now, according to Peruvian
Congressional, Deputy Miguel
Angel, if the Israeli-Ecuadorian
arms sale is concluded, the Con-
gress will ask the Peruvian Chan-
cellory to break relations with
Israel for "disloyalty" to Peru.
Peru is presently negotiating a
comprehensive military package
with Italy that would include the
technical training of Peruvian Air
Force pilots, the sale of 14
MACHI M-339 trainer planes
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THIS IS THE MATZAH OF HOPE
On Passover, all Jews celebrate
freedom. Yet our brothers in the Soviet
Union must still observe this holy time
in secret. These are the Jews for whom
the exodus is not yet a reality.
The Matzah of Hope represents those
who are not with us tonightJews who
have been refused exit visas and who
suffer daily harassment... Prisoners
of Conscience who endure the hard-
ships of cruel imprisonment. Their
"crime": the desire to live as Jews,
among Jews, in a free land.
We pause for a moment during this
Seder to reaffirm our solidarity with
Soviet Jewry. We pledge ourselves to
continue to work for their freedom. We
vow that, once they are free, we will
help them rebuild their lives. We will not
rest until the task is complete, for until
all Jews are free, no Jew is free.
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THERE ARE MANY JEWISH PRISONERS OF Tinai
AND HUNDREDS OF iXmSSStSSSmff
Golden Lakes Village complete. Ha 1981 Feder.Uon.Ijj* ^
paign with a report meeting of the White Division (Sesurfu
to right! are Betty Siegd. Hortenae Singer, Dorothy SwSl!
and Harriet Margolis. (Standing left to right) Josepalw!
berg. Lou Wddman. Sid Friedman. Norman W. Shapr, pj
eration Campaign Aaaociatea; Irving Siegd. Blot DfrJ-l
Chairman; Jake Orenstein. White Division Chajraua- I
Lindenberg. Solicitors not pictured aare Rooe Bran Him
Cohen. Werner Berend, Samuel Eiaenfdd, Solomon HoE
Vicki Kuchler, Fred Lasaoff. Leo LevHaky, Mary KuruiZ
Frances Minsky, Max Farber, Benjamin Rusbefsky, t
Siegel. Dr. Harry Spodak, Lee Tamaroff, Edith Tr^teW
Herman Rothberg.
Nursing Home
Continued from Page 1-A
the Federation's 15 acre site located on Haverhill Road, jut nitki
45th Street.
In emphasizing the urgent need for the home. Erwin Bbnrkl
President of the Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beacn Cooatrl
Inc.. said. "Despite the fact that the State of Florida has thehipa]
proportion of elderly in the country, its communities have been uajl
to keep pace in the development of Institutional service*. Then an
presently two Jewish homes for the aged eiitting within the ffry
The Miami Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged, which I
beds and serves the Dade and South Broward communities pr_
has a waiting list of over 1.100. The River Garden Hebrew Ha
Jacksonville is responsible for the rest of the State, however, jtipsl
graphic location has served as a deterrent to families placing tat j
elderly parents, due to distances of several hundred miles."
The Jewish population in Palm Beach County presently exeat I
45.000, of which a disproportionate number are elderly", stated Ah I
L. Shulman. President of the Jewish Federation. "The developmeatrl
this Jewish home is an immediate top priority for this community,siJ
we must all join together with a strong commitment to see that J
home becomes a redity."
The final plans for the Jewish home have been drawn and complaal
by the Architectural firm of Obst and Obst. The facility will conMii
three floors and will include areas for physical and occupaucdj
therapy, full medical and dental services, a kosher dining facility.d|
a chapel and auditorium for religious and community programs.
For further information on the Jewish Home for the AgedofPasj
Beach County. Inc.. please contact the Jewish Federation offic*82- j
2120. Volunteers are needed to help with the capital drive.
Receptionist, personable. pleasant telephone
manner, good typing skills, excellent benefits, full
time position with The Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County. 832-2120.
Tune in to'MOSAIC
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Sunday morning over WPTV Channel 5, at t am
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Went to Israel Last Year
|n The Jewish Federation
Palm Beach County's
immunity Mission. .
Jeanne Glasser
So Did We. .
Nate and Barbara Tanen, local
contractor and real estate
broker.
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gh Federation of Palm Beach County's Annual Community Mission
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Ides five-star hotels, two meals per day and daily touring
jility requirements: Minimum commitment to the 1982 Jewish Federation-UJA
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irther information contact The Jewish Federation office 832-2120
Time Is
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44 WOMAN TO WOMAN"
PHONE-ATHON
MAKE YOUR PLEDGE TO THE
1981 WOMEN'S DIVISION CAMPAIGN OF
THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY
SUNDAY, MAY 3rd, 1981
9:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.,
5:30 to 7:30 P.M.
PLEASE RESPOND GENEROUSLY WHEN A
WOMEN'S DIVISION VOLUNTEER
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PASSOVER 1981
OUR NEIGHBORS' AFFLICTION
[Community Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
ps that this Passover Prayer submitted by the Palm Beach County Chapter of the
brican Jewish Committee be included in this year's Seder observance.
b be read at the Pesach Seder following the Holachma anyah.. "This is the Bread of
Iction. ")
pr hearts turn now to the Black people of the city of Atlanta.
fey have tasted the 'Bread of Affliction':
The dark bondage of fear;
The murder of children.
vish tradition commands responsibility for the well-being of our neighbors.
Atlanta's children become our children.
Its danger is ours; its fear is ours.
P.v we share a measure of the grief, the anger and the frustration which dwells there.
P.v the starkness of this tragedy sharpen our awareness of other chains which still
pd men and women .
Chains of proverty
of inequality
and discrimination.
>' we who have journeyed from subjugation to freedom build a community,
lacing ignorance with understanding, distrust with respect, anger with reason.
This year bondmen are found in our midst.
Next year, through our efforts, may all men
and women know security and freedom.
A Treasury of
Passover Memories at
Residences for The Eldery
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By Murray J. Kern, Chairman
Chaplain Aide Corps
Jewish Federation
Palm Beach County
Joyful memories of Passover
celebrations of yesteryear did not
dim the enthusiasm of elderly
residents for the "here and now"
Passover Seders that will b
provided for many of the resi
dences for the elderly, in con
junction with Federation'
Chaplain Aide Program unde
the direction of Rabbi Alan R
Sherman.
"Isn't that nice?," "Won-
derful," "I didn't expect it.,"
were the typical comments of
residents when they were in-
formed that the Haggadah read-
ing and Passover programs
provided by members of the
chaplaincy and others in the
community would be ac-
companied by traditional Pass-
over meals: including matzoh,
wine gefilte fish, matzoh balls,
chicken soup, chicken and
compote, being served by many
of the institutions in Palm Beach
County.
One institution is providing
the Passover meal for all
residents. In addition they plan
to describe the significance of the
meal and the holiday to residents
in all the dining rooms through a
public address system. Rabbi
Sherman is providing a brief
description of the Passover
holiday, stressing its univer-
sality, which will be distributed
to institutions throughout the
county.
Talk of the Passover foods
prodded memories that revealed
a treasury of Passover lore, deep-
ly recessed, but never to be
forgotten. Typical of the
remembrances:
One resident rocked with
laughter when she recalled the
annual climb for the Passover
dishes which were hidden away in
a closet near the ceiling, so that
nobody might be tempted to use
t hem during the year.
Another recalled burying the
dishes in the earth and then
scouring them with boilding
water to make the dishes
'chometz rayne', because a
complete set of dishes solely for
Passover use wasn't always"
possible when every penny was
carefully counted.
The preparation for the Pass-
over meal started many weeks
before, with the making of the
IhtI boncfet in a five-gallon
crock. The soup was aged tender-
ly until it achieved the flavor that
still lingers in memory.
Fggs were stored up in crates,
and chicken fat rendered in large
jars, because 'milchidik' was
taboo during Passover.
Often mentioned was the
exciting esoteric event of the
children trailing after Father
with the large wooden spoon and
feather to gather up the crumbs
of bread that had been carefully
laid out in various corners of the
house, to symbolize that the
house was Passover ready.
Some recall Mother chopping
the carp, pike and white fish for
the gefllte fish, and Father pre-
paring the cheroseth and grating
the horseradish, with tears
running down his face.
Then there was the gathering
of the family at Father's house,
the children, aunts and uncles,
and sometimes grandchildren.
Mow did they all fit into the tiny
apartment in Brooklyn, Man-
hattan, or the Bronx? Of course
some remembered big houses in
, the suburbs of New York, New
Jersey, Ohio, Illinois and Florida.
There may have been times
when food was scarce during the
normal year, but on Pesach there
was plenty of food for everyone,
including the stranger that
Father brought home from shule.
The children couldn't wait for
the Seder, which featured the
four glasses of syrupy wine, often
made by Father or Mother
months ahead. Sometimes the
grapes were home-grown in
latticed arbors attached to the
house.
The search for the 'afikomen'
and the reward, generally a few
pennies, was fun. But the Seder
service was a serious business,
and strict discipline was observed
during the ritual. Pangs of
hunger often gnawed at the
innards by the time the lengthy
reading of the Haggadah was
over. Even the bitter 'moror' was
appreciated. Thank God for the
cheroseth and Rabbi Hillel for the
sandwich.
The Seder table was Mother's
crowning achievement. Father in
his 'kittel' sat leaning
majestically on his side, propped
by two pillows. Then came the
special Passover kuddush, the
'per hashes' (four questions),
recited in Hebrew with Yiddish
translation, the 'moehes' for
Pharoah, uttered without
malevolence, and the dipping the
finger in the wine because spilling
the wine was wasteful.
Staying up for the 'bentching'
wasn't easy after the four glasses
>f wine. But the singing after-
wards sometimes lasted well into
the wee hours of the morning.
These are some of the happy
moments recalled by the elderly
who are preparing for Passover
apart from their families this
year. Some of course recalled
tragic events in Europe during
the 30s and 40s. but mostly the
residents wanted to talk about
the joyful days of Passover. For
those willing to listen, the
treasury of remembrances are
lever-ending, but for the moment
et us say, "Dayenu" and
'Happy Passover."
The following is a list of some
of the members of the Chaplain
Aide Program and others in the
community who are leading
Passover Seders at residences for
the elderly: Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Ciilman, Jeanne Glasser, Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Kern, Jack
Komi tor, Use Mollen, Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Schloss, Rabbi Alan
R. Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Sitrin, Cantor Elaine Shapiro, Al
Stillman, and children from the
Jewish Community Day School.
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Number 8
Haig's Trip Meant What?
Secretary of State Alexander Haig has sought to
calm the turbulent waters of the Middle East with
his visit there this week. The trouble is that no one
can be sure precisely and to what extent he speaks in
fact for the Reagan Administration.
Secretary Haig's trip was announced long before
the flap between himself and the President over
Haig's all-to-flappable mouth on foreign affairs with
out first checking'.
The trip was also announced long before the
dreadful events of a week ago Monday when,
following the attempted assassination of the
President, Secretary Haig raced to the nation's
television cameras to give us all a faulty lesson in the
succession to the presidency, and to reveal to a
stunned populace that, as of then, "I am in charge."
What remains to be seen is precisely what wil.
occur upon Haig's return. If his position seems as
solid as it did when Mr. Reagan challenged large seg-
ments of the U.S. Senate over what might have
become a confirmation wrangle.
Until then, one can say little more about the trip
than that everyone agreed that those pesky Russkies
are a pain, and nowhere more so than in the Middle
East today, and that includes Poland. Everyone
agreed, Arabs and Israelis, that the threat must be
contained.
But no one could manage much on how to deal
with the threat to one another. And short of that,
what could all that positive palaver about the
Russian threat mean anyway no matter what
happens to Secretary of State Haig on his return tc
Washington?
Before Attempt on His Life,
Reagan Sent Greeting to JNF
LIBERTY. NY. Just a
short time before the attempt on
his life last week, President
Ronald Reagan) wirec
congratulations and greetings to
the Jewish National Fund cele
brating its 80th anniversary at l
three-day National Assembly
here at Grossinger's.
"I applaud your efforts to sig-
nificantly strengthen the
physical and economic base of Is-
rael," President Reagan declared
"You have inspired the peopli
and made remarkable stride!
transforming wasteland into lusl
and productive areas yc
have my best wishes tor a pre
ductive meeting and a bright
future."
RESPONDING TO President
Reagan's greetings and to thei
tragic occurrence in Washington,
Rabbi William Berkowitz, Presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Fund, wired the White House a
prayer for the President'!
recovery and offered expressions
of support and sympathy to th
Reagan family and the families ol
those wounded in the shooting
attack.
The assassination attempt
came as the Jewish National
Fund climaxed its 80th an
niversay National Assembly at
which more than SI millior
dollars was pledged for the work
of the JNF in developing settle
ment sites in Galilee and new
settlements in the Negev.
A new Ronald Reagan Forest
in Israel was announced at the
Assembly as a prayer for his full
recovery.
MOSHE RIVLIN chairman
of the Board of Keren Kayemet
Lelsrael, told the more than 300
delegates at the Assembly of the
priority projects requiring
massive commitments of man-
power and money in the months
ahead. He outlined plans increas
ing the network of Miupim -
outposts in Galilee where it is
imperative to increase the Jewish
presence.
He also detailed the work of
transforming the arid Arava
desert into arable land for more
than a dozen agricultural settle-
ments and stressed JNF's work
in developing sites in the Negev
scene of intensive settlement
activity in the light of Israel's
withdrawal from Sinai.
Dr. Samuel I. Cohen, executive
vice president of the JNF, called
for new. heightened fund-raising
goals for the JNF and called for
expanding JNF regional re-
presentation to meet the
changing pattern of Jewish
population in the US. The Jewish
National Fund is the agency
responsible for afforestation, land
reclamation and site preparation
in the Land of Israel.
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
Judiasm is the yeast of the
bread of civilization which makes
it nW
The social, moral and ethical
teachings of Judiasm have
always made a dynamic impact
on mankind.
Democracy is a Greek word
and. supposedly. Athens was the
cradle of Democracy. Wrong. We
know that Athens was an Oil-
garthy. Seventy percent of its
native people wert" slaves! True
Democracy derives from
Judiasm
Three events in our origin gave
our ancestors a special character
and molded our people:
1. Bondage in Egypt. We
emphasize equality for all
because we are commanded never
to forget that we were once slaves
in Egypt.
2. A social order existed during
the nomadic period of 40 years in
the desert. Fgalitarianism was
practiced. All were equal. There
was no royalty no private
property. Crops, the wells, etc.
were vested in the tribe. Each
man was as good as the other.
.! A strong sense of mutual
responsibility prevailed. It was
one for all and all for one. This
was the guiding principle during
the nomadic period It was a
primitive Democracy, and
remained a living factor among
the Jews In ancient Israel, there
was hostility toward oppression.
The right to differ and to dissent
was allowed This is deeply
rooted in the psyche of the Jews
and. indeed, in a true
Democracy We were commanded
to teach justice diligently to our
children Literacy, moreover, was
widespread in ancient Israel long
before the rest of the world
thought of it Over 2.000 years
ago. Jews had a school system
lews firmly believed that'social
justice was and is essential to
freedom Their laws provided for
keeping the poor from slavery
and the rich from callousness
Thus, the poor shared in
farmers crops. By law. turther
more, the land itself was treated
with respect and had to be left
fallow every seven veers Ideolo-
gically, this allowed the land to
replenish its vigor We believed
that God created the earth and all
on it. and that Cod re-asserted
his ownership of the land that
man was the custodian, but the
land belonged to Cod.
After fifty years, a purchaser
had to return the land to its
original owner the earth could
not be sold in perpetuity God
said the earth belongs to Him -
that we are merely sojourners in
Such laws aimed to prevent
undue concentration of wealth at
one end and undue poverty at the
other end.
In the
tie ancient world,
was universal. But
slavery
our Torah
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
It is about time that we Jews
examine our priorities and our
problems.
It is about time that we face
the fact that our children are
slowly getting away from
Jewishness. That they are
deviating from the mores of our
fathers While it may be true that
in the segment of higher educa-
tion, they outnumber per-
centagewise many other ethnic
groups, it is also true that they
are lacking in Jewish substance.
\\c are spending untold
millions on Hebrew schools and
temples, yet our children do not
have the slightest interest in
things Jewish. They scoff at
being reminded that our values
are superior to any, that our
prescribed life style carrier great
merit. They look for new gods,
new activities, that gradually,
takes them away from our Jewish
heritage.
Unfortunately, their parents
are not much help in that respect.
We worship on the altar of
materialism. We pay lip service
to our religious heritage, by
at lending annual temple services,
and U'heving that we have done
our duty
\s a former Hebrew school
teacher of students 14 to 15 years
of age. these truths have come to
im attention repeatedly. But,
alas, because of parental non-
cooperation, there is little if any-
thing a teacher can accomplish
within a limited time period.
We must, therefore, concen-
trate our efforts in educating the
parents in the fine points of
Jewish lore, it-- benefits and its
beautiful moral code as eluci-
dated by our sages.
GEORGE S. BROOKMAN
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
The shooting of President
Reagan. White House Press
Secretary James Brady and two
security officers, is the latest
episode of a recurring nightmare
which afflicts American life. We
are still haunted by the assas-
sinations of President Kennedy.
Robert Kennedy. Dr. Martin
I.uther King. Jr. and John Len-
non, even as we recall the at-
tempts on the lives of Governor
George Wallace, President Ford
and Vemon Jordan. The lone
gunman, suddenly looming out of
the crowd with a pistol and firing
upon political figures and cele-
britiee, has becomt one of the
frightening symbolic figures of
our time.
With all the collected expe-
rience of our national grief, it if
high time that we confront two
unpleasant facts. Firstly, we live
Jf> an age of unbridled violence.
Secondly, security measures, no
matter how rigorously applied,
abolished it: a man could not be nnot Provide foulproof protec
enslaved for more than six years "gainst an individual with a
concealed gun in his pocket and
murder on his mind.
?reeWhiCh Ume' ^ must be set
h,,0", th* Sabath. slaves, too.
hn5 V be.f,ven the day <<> ^
Sabbath e ^ mCT 0n th*
sabbath even animals had to be
given a day U) rest, said Judiasm.
H was only our prophets who
preach^ that all men sihouldlive
and they enunciated principles
nd techniques for achieving this
so that one day all could Cg:
unrrte7raCyfm0ralla-
This was and is th*> ^
[;od command^ jU^S
PrivilL^roT pP"rtun*y and
theprolnise COUrae>y Keep
Shalom.
If there is any answer at ail, it
"<*?" t be found hi
availability of^t*
guns in the Urutedr"
it is virtually jnp,^
*i clear the ?*>
atoned on drug, *
f^ed with rap, *
tove with screen
laws must, at nj, _
Tl^i!d!!ficult,Mt5l
to get handguns. <
Gun control \t^t
course, does not p^J
clad guarantee thitpSj
will not be shot ate?'
however, would j^
Americans that tfc
cannot continue ask,
exists.
The objections to .
are, of course, wellb
some of the object
serious consideration F*
dent Reagan himself
that he would support
"making it more
(individuals! with
crime or instability
firearms ft, thwfaj
obvious that gun conM
lation would be a postj,
sU-p in treating what
called our "national
I suggest that the
become a working
Iwlh legislators and ciu*
1. The Congress muxi
constitutional resp
promote the welfare...
numbers of American 1
potential victims of
violence In 1979 alotr j
than ten thousand
were murdered in
cases of hand gun violan]
2. The manufacture, i
ownership of hand gumi
reatricted by federal lit|
persons who have I
under the most stn
standards possible
.1. Transporting or
hand guns without sock
should be considered 11
crime
4. We the people netdsf
our wishes known by i
load newspapers abrtl
for hand gun control
5. Autos are also 11
violent death They I
|esa licensed. The svntl
hold true of hand fit*-'']
6. Americans must brl
sive in letting ourekcteii
know through k
grams, phone calls, I
possible, with visits-'
stand. It is up low I
whether our elected I
local, stale and federal -l
hand gun control, and.il
not, why?
The bullets of o
respect no individual. *f
no ideology and nosut**]
As long as hand 0
readily available tot
can pay the [*'**.wn
them, every Ameno
potential victim.
RABBI HOWAip/l
TEMPLEB
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Revisions

TOBY F. WlUt
CORRECTION
Mr Stanley Brenner. Chairman of the 1981
committee of the Jewish Federation of P^.^lgai
announced reivisions to be noted in the slate whieni
the April 3.1981 issue of the Jewish Floridian
The name of Mortimer Weiss should be added to the*
""nmittee roster, as a vice president. The nan*0^,
I w idoff should be deleted as a board member, anct u*
Myron Nickman should appear as a board member w
term -s-i
The names of Dr Richard Shugarman andArnoM
should not have appeared on the board of director na-
tney are candidates for eaecutive committee pos"*-
properly listed as such.


jril 17,198
Th* Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page S-A
iecause Someone Cared
jPHEN LEVITT
A.C.S.W.
mortal view from the
\ Director of the Jewish
Children's Service,
fe names mentioned in
lies are fictitious; client
in at Jewish Family A
Service is held in the
J confidence).
|tly had the not al-
gnusual experience of
I former client at a
neeting. This former
now joined the ranks
-sional counselor and is
{employed by another
lish Family Service. It
[pleasing, it seems to
few successes of one's
iactice and to later
Kth them on an entirely
fcvel and to enjoy the
J pleasure they derive in
Is particularly pleasing
he relationship anew
Ifnrmer client as a
It surprised in the least
|y former client at a
Jewish professional
I inasmuch as becoming
fish was very much a
Hut brought us together
Hit professional rela-
ys earlier, during an
with another Jewish
vice Agency I had in
art of the country, a
youth contacted me
December morning.
winter vacation and
[speak with a counselor
\h agency in his home
m: set an appointment
[later that afternoon.
lh we had a rather far-
jscussion, in the hour or
ei aside for us to get to
other, the essence of
fern was that he had
a university with a
^g tradition of orienta-
inl the sciences and
s It had been the hope
kmily that he would
knd pursue a career,
r. in either the sciences
respected professions
that particular insti-
of this was very fine
ling man as well. There
ne problem many of
his fellow Jewish university stu-
dents had what he believed to be
an unconscionable disregard and
disdain for their Judaism. In the
dormitory where he resided he
felt himself to be an object of
ridicule for ordering the kosher
plate in the main dining room.
Actually, the students who
bothered him the most by their
comments were his fellow Jewish
students who were not as tradi-
tionally oriented as he. Other
practices, such as spending
Friday evenings in quiet solitude
were in direct contrast to the
behavior of his fellow students,
noted for their boisterous party-
ing on the weekends. Gradually
he felt himself to be different and
apart from his fellow students.
I recall urging him to contact a
regional Hillel director upon his
return to the university following
winter vacation, as well as plant-
ing the seeds for a possible switch
of colleges at a later date, follow-
ing more detailed counseling. Al-
though 1 "got the ball rolling,"
with regard to this client, I noted
a year later through the grape-
vine that he had, in fact, switched
to another university and one
which I recalled would offer a
more supportive environment for
the student possessed of piety, as
well as genuine interest in
cultural ethnic and religious
explorations.
An now, ten years later, we
shared a drink and our general
observations about conditions of
life in America, and particularly
in Jewish America today. He was
neither the unhappy nor
ostracized young soul I had re-
called from our earlier contact.
As I listened to his perceptive
and interesting experiences as a
young but growing professional
social worker, I could not help
but think of the irony with which
life sometimes can be imbued.
Here was a man who had, in an
earlier decade, adhered, quietly
and privately, to his religious
beliefs and personal ethics. Un-
fashionable as they were in those
days where he was, he was now in
the same manner quietly helping
to piece together the personal and
familiar lives of others who
needed his help and interpreta-
tion of what strong religious and
family life as to offer.
(The Jewish Family A Chil-
dren'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
County.
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The Jewish Fhridqn of Palm Beach County
Jby. Aw it,
Organizations In The News
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
On May 5 the Yiddiah Culture
Group celebrates Israel's 33rd
year of independence with a suit-
able program.
The Yiddish Culture chorus
under the direction of Mildred
Birnbaum with Dorothy Gold-
berg at the piano will sing for us.
Rabbi Alan Sherman, chaplain
for the Jewish Federation and
director of the Federation's
Community Relations Council
will speak.
David Gotlieb pianist and ex
ponent of music appreciation will
play.
The May 12 program marks
the conclusion of Yiddish
Cultures 1980-81 season. For
this final program, The Ruth
Hyde Group will present a
contata written by Lee Duchin
entitled "Shalom Israel" with
Ann March as soloist an<
musical directress Ruth Hyde ai
the piano. There will be Israel
dances performed by Gaby
Zwibel, choreographer. May
Streiter, Erma Hecht and Lillian
Rubin.
The Musical Friends consist-
ing of Lillian Kessler, pianist and
singer, Jackie Lorber, Phil
Herman and Sam Finkenthal on
violins will round out the
program. The 1981-82 season will
resume in October.
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B'rith North Lodge will
have a "drift fishing event" on
Sunday, April 26, 8:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. Meet at the Blue
Heron Bridge at 8 a.m. under the
southwest corner. The cost is $16
per person. Everything is pro
vided, including beverages. Send
your check to Dr. Alan Kohn,
1411 North Flagler Dr., West
Palm Beach 33401. Reservations
must be made.
B'NAI B'RITH
WOMEN
The newly elected officers of
Masada Chapter will be installed
at our next meeting to be held on
April 28. at 8 p.m. at the Jewish
Community Center, 2415 Okee
chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach.
Lee Newell will be the installing
officer at the installation cere-
mony. Viola Levine is the
Installation Chairman.
The evening's program will be
presented by "The Musical Trio"
conducted by Dori Dacher, with
George Levine and Ethel
Phillips.
Members, guests, husbands
and friends are cordially invited
to attend.
Refreshments will be served.
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI WOMEN
The American Mizrachi
Women Rishona Chapter of the
Palm Beaches will hold its next
regular meeting on Tuesday.
May 12. 1 p.m. at the Ben I'ulda
Hall, Congregation Anshei
Sholom. Entertainment a
mytery. Members and friends are
invited.
HADASSAH
Tikvah Group of Hadassah will
meet Wednesday, April 29 at
Congregation Anshei Sholom at
12:30 p.m. (note change of day)
The program will be the Cele-
bration of Israel Independence
Day. Entertainment by "Musical
Trip with a Yiddiah Flavor"
under the direction of Don
Dascher with George Levine, Rox
Oliver, Ethel Phillip, Jean Raskin
and Gabriel Rubenbach.
Chai Hadassah will hold a
regular membership meeting on
Thursday, April 23 at 2:30 p.m.
in the Social Hall of the Chal-
lenger Country Club. "Jewish
Home Beautiful" will be
presented under the direction of
Annette DuBey. Tables are set
representing each of the holidays
observed throughout the year.
The manner in which the par-
ticipants present the significance
of each holiday is very moving.
Members and friends are
welcome to attend this out-
standing program.
On Monday. April 27, Tamar
Hadassah will hold its annual
installation of officers at the
Village Hall in Royal Palm Beach
at 12:30 p.m. Refreshments will
** f*vi- PlorencT5*?5
President of the Pu-T*
Chapter of HadassaJ'lN
msumng officer RutJ^
will be our incoming DrZ>
Entertainment will |LP*"** l
bytheRoyalPalmsKa|
the direction of Esther gJJ
The Tamar Had.,*??!!
Group wishes all iU -JJ
friends, and neighbor, ,TM
happy and joyous P|L2
Inasmuch as our April n^r
will coincide with the holSS
wdlnot meet m April but wi'I
together again on Mondav iff
be held at noon on ThuraU. 1
May 7 at the Kamada InT
$6.50 per person Pi*,
r lorence Cooper for reservation
Marion Gordon will be the >'
stalling officer. Martha PincBrtl
lie the new president of the I
Beach Chapter of Hadassah.
Shalom Group of West Pi|
Beach Chapter of HmImiu i I
becoming a chapter unto jug!
and will be known as Ska|
West Palm Beach Chapter I
Hadassah. There will be
On July 1st 1945, the
founder and Chairman of
the Board of Directors of
American Savings, Shepard
Broad, was present at the
meeting when, ac-
cording to David
Ben-Gurioa the
state of Israel
was born.
Now, 36 years
later we are
to celebrate her
peace. It has a special
meaning for all of us at
American Savings. We pray
it has a special meaning
for you and your family
during this anni-
versary season.
Any of our more than 40
Americari Savings offices
will be pleased to give you
a complimentary copy of
the Miami Magazine story
that explains in full that
auspicious meeting that led
to Israel's beginning.
AMERICAN SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FLORIDA


Triday.ApriUV.-"*"
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
presentation of the charter at the
May 20 meeting, 12:30 p.m., at
Congregation Anshei Sholom, aa
w,.|| as installation of the follow-
ing officers for 1981-82: Presi-
dium. I>ulu Kahn, Mae Podwol,
Lillian Schack; Education Vice
President, Lillian Schack;
Membership Vice President,
Dorothy Lieberman; Program
Vice President, Lillian Yelowitz;
Treasurer, Bess Pearl;
Recreation Secretary, Sydelle
Becker; Financial Secretary,
Clorida Werner, Corresponding
Secretary. Florance Schwartz.
Installing officer, Isabel Katz,
vice president of Florida Central
Region.
The Lee Vassil Group of the
Lake Worth South Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, will hold
I heir monthly meeting on Tues-
day. April 28, at the Squire Inn,
on Lake Worth ltd., at 12:30 p.m.
\ special Program. "The
Inheritance," a Psycho Drama,
I will lie presented. We have an
I important decision to make. A
In (|U( i was left to Hadassah, ad
we must decide which of Ha-
[tlasHuh's three projects will
receive the money; Youth Aliyah,
[.Jewish National Fund, or Ha-
dassah Medical Organization.
Join us and listen to the three
i presentatives plead their case.
[ Our judges will then make the
decision.
Everybody is invited. Refresh-
mints will be served.
The Rishona Group of Ha-
dassah announces that the
Florida Central Region of
Hadassah will hold its third
annual conference on Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, May 3, 4 and
V at the Palm Beach Ocean
Motel. 2780 So. Ocean Blvd.,
I'ahn Beach. Ruth Popkin,
National Vice President, will the
id visor for the event.
Rabbi Joel Levine of Temple
Israel of West Palm Beach will be
.In Scholar-in Residence.
The program will consist of the
ii|tening awards luncheon on
Sunday, May 3, at 1 p.m.; the
installation banquet on Monday,
Maj I. Bl 7:i() p.m.; and the
closing prize luncheon on
l m ilaj May 5. at 12:14 p.m.
The Hishona Group of the
Palm Beach Chapter of Hadassah
ill hold its executive Hoard
Installation luncheon on Thurs-
day \piil 30, al 12 noon, at the
hi autiful I'oincian Club. 70 Royal
I'niiii-ian.i Plaza, Palm Beach.
\ verj ml cresting program is
being planned for your enjoy-
ment.**
AUya Group of Hadasaah will
hold its regular meeting on April
23, at 1 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom in Lake Worth. There
will be election of officers, and a
musical interlude with Fannie
Greenberg, painist.
Refreshments will be served.
All members and friends are
invited to attend.
Yovel-Hadassah is participa-
ting in the Florida Central
Region Conference to be held at
the Palm Beach Ocean Hotel
May 3, 4 and 5. For details call
Sylvia Ram.
There will be a gala week-end
and festivities at the Lido Spa
Thursday, May 7 through
Sunday, May 10. Call Esther
Colon or Dorothy Isaacs or Ann
Weinrib. chairpersons.
Our Board meeting will be held
Thursday. May 14. Our general
membership meeting will be held
May 21. We will have installation
of officers for the coming year.
Lee Goldberg, President;
Bather Groman, Vice President
of Education; Fdna Gould, Vice
President of Membership;
Dorothy Segelin, Vice President
of Fund Raising; Frieda Brum,
Financial Secretary; Sylvia Ram,
Treasurer; Rose Scooler,
Recording Secretary; Dorothy
Eisenslein, Corresponding
Secretary.
There will be a collation for
which reservations will be
required. Please call Sybil
Senekoff.
Entertainment will be provided
by Mildred Birnbaum and her
"Musical Notes."
Father's Day Week-end will be
held at the Tarleton Hotel, Miami
Beuch, Friday, June 19 throught
the 22. Call Bessie Hoffman or
Bertha Kaplan for further details.
$105 includes gratuities.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Cypress Lakes Club of the
Pioneer Women of West Palm
Beach will hold its next meeting
on Tuesday, April 21, at 1 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Frieda Shapses,
5165 Michael Dr., West Palm
Beach.
A fascinating program has
been planned with Mrs. Rae Hoff,
President of the chapter showing
original historical slides of an-
tiquity. A coffee hour will follow.
The public is invited.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
Deborah Hospital Foundation
will meet at 12 noon at the
Federal Bank of Delray, West-
gate of C.V. on Friday, May 15.
A representative of the Better
Business Bureau will be on hand
to discuss various subjects of
interest. A Hidden Harbor Cruise
is l>eing held on Mother's Day
May 10, $20.50. Brunch and
transportation. Call Pearl
Kolbert or Katie Green for
further information.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
Women's American ORT,
Poinciana Chapter, will hold its
monthly general meeting on
Monday, April 27 at 12 noon in
the Social Hall at Poinciana
Place.
Our guest speaker at this
meeting will be Billie Hyman who
is well known for her book
reviews both in Chicago and in
the South Florida area. Mrs.
Hyman will present a living bio-
graphy on Katherine Hepburn,
which promises to be an in-
teresting afternoon.
Be sure to attend this enjoy-
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served and all are wecome. In ob-
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First Federal of Delray Bank on
Okeechobee Blvd. at the West
Gate of Century Village.
At this meeting Alice and
William Mendell will celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversay
and refreshments will be served
by them.
Please come and celebrate with
them on this happy occasion."
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The Palm Beach West Chapter
jf Brandeia University National
Women's Committee will meet at
1 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, at
Congregation Anshei Sholom.
Election and installation of
new officers will take place. There
will also be a performance by the
Brandeis Chorale Group, under
the direction of Eda Fagon.
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attend and bring their friends.
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for fellow Chai Founders and other friends of Boys Town Jeru-
salem, leading Israeli secondary-level educational center. In an
informal report by Ira Guilden, BTJ President, the guest
learned that the institution currently provides 1,430 poor and
talented Israeli youth, 12 to 20 years of age, with a comprehen-
sive program of academic, technical and religious studies. The
training facility in advanced technological skills at the modern
campus are said to be among the finest of its kind in the world.
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Palm Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140. Pictured above are
(left) Mrs. Arnold Kramer, Ira Guilden, President, and Mme
Bea Alexander.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm BeachCounty_
Frida
3tf*oun&
the
town
By STACI LESSER
Pictured above with Marty Goldberg, Executive Director of the Jewish Community Center
(second from right) are Judges for the 1981 I. S. Rapaport Memorial Photography Awards
competition. Seated (front) Ronni Tartakow, Director of Public Relations, Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County; (standing left) Louis Kleiman and (right) Max Kauffman. photographer
for the Palm Beach Times.
JCC Volunteer Luncheon a Great Success
JCC 1981 Recognition
Volunteer Luncheon a Great
Success Approximately 60
seniors were honored at the first
JCC Volunteer Luncheon on
April 5. Volunteers are involved
in all phases of the JCC program,
and this recognition luncheon
was an opportunity for the JCC
to show its gratitude for the
loyalty, devotion and love thai
volunteers have provided over
the year. Persons who contrib-
uted continuous on-going service
in specific areas were invited.
Jean Rubin. Director of the Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center,
welcomed the volunteers, and
Marty Goldberg. Executive
Director of the Jewish Commu
nitv Center, gave the invocation
A delightful lunch was enjoyed
by all. Special thanks and com
mendalion were delivered by Dr
Robert Burger. President of JCC
and Mr. Marty Goldberg, to this
outstanding group. Frances
Witt, administrator, brought
greetings from Judy Devore.
Director of the Pre-School
program. Volunteers listened to a
special message on tape from
Bonnie Silverstein, Volunteer
Coordinator, who could not
attend.
Volunteers work on statistics,
mailings, programs, flea markets,
funding, publicity, and anywhere
ihfj are needed. Twelve to 15
voluiitwn serve in the preschool
program each week, aiding
leuchvrs in all phases of the
|M*ogrum.
Marty Goldberg presented
each volunteer with a scroll of ap-
preciation. A special dedication
of volunteers was provided by the
Kuth Hyde Group with original
lyrics by Lee Duchin, soloist Ann
March, accompanied by Kuth
Hyde
Jean Rubin said: "Our volun-
teers have generously given of
themselves to build a strong JCC
todas making certain we will
have 8 Center tomorrow "
Three seniors and agencies in
volved with the CSSC received
special honors at the annual
meeting.
The JCC Volunteer Program
will continue to expand. Bonnie
Silverstein. Volunteer Coor-
dinator, will be assisted by Wynn
Kenton this coming year. Volun-
teers are requested to update
their files by filling out a new ap-
plkation and reviewing their vol-
unteer program. Persons inter-
ested in working in the JCC Vol-
unteer Program, please call
Wynn Kenton and set up an
appointment.
Jean and Jerry Rubin just returned from spending a week
in Atlanta with their two daughters, Lisa and Donna. Son Jeff
senior at the University of Florida joined them during his spring
break. Dr. Rubin attended the annual Hinman Dental Meeting
Jean, director of the Jewish Community Center, Comprehensive
Senior Service Center attended an elegant luncheon for dental
wives at the beautiful Peachtree Plaza Hotel. Carol Tiahman
Klein, whose husband Paul Klein also attended the Convention
joined the Rubin ladies for a lovely afternoon. The re-union was
complete when Lou Ann Manalan Adams, daughter of Sam and
Ruth Manalan, joined this Palm Beach County group. Lou Ann
is director of Food and Beverage at the Peachtree Plaza. This
was a marvelous afternoon and in Jean's own words, "It was a
thrill to listen to these four beautiful West Palm Beach young
women reminisce and catch up with each others present lives
and their brothers and sisters. All of them and their families
were very involved together in Temple Israel, in Forest Hill
High School, in college, and in many other ways. It was a
nostalgic afternoon for all of us." Jean, we are glad you enjoyed
Up, up and away. Ava Rhodes a junior at Twin I-akes High
School has reached the semifinals of the Space Shuttle Student
Involvement Program, a national competition for secondary
schools. Ava's experiment, "The Effect of Zero Gravity on
Embryological Development," is one of 200 seminfinal competi-
tion entries to be presented at a regional conference held in Ala-
bama in early May. Winners will be notified by the end of May.
Ava is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jess Rhodes and the grand-
daughter of Sol and Riva Kahn of Palm Beach.
Ava's brother Paul Rhodes graduated last year from
Harvard magna cum laude (all this and only 20). Ava's other
brother is now a freshman at Harvard University. Ava, good
luck at region conference and let us know the results.
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'981 __________________________The Jewish Floridian <
Community Center
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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To Form Theater Group
|
I
Jewish Community Center
Palm Beaches has an-
ted the establishment of a
ory theater group for the
bM. ,,f bringing "high
C ,ommunity theater to
palm Beaches. The group
Center State" is planning
fesent a three-play season in
B2 with the first production
uled for the fall. A planning
ng will be held on Tuesday
ng May 12, 8 p.m. at the
2415 Okeechobee Blvd.,
Palm Beach. The group is
kg for any persons who have
in acting, stage design,
, make-up, etc., or who
[he desire to get involved.
Rachles, acting chairman
! group, has had extensive
t experience in community
\x in New Jersey, Michigan.
as well as with the local Lake
Worth Playhouse. He stated
"There is a wealth of untapped
talent in this community. We are
hopeful that Center Stage will
take its place among the finest
community theater groups in the
country and will offer a wide
f.W
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the attention that her
, Lori Lerner is giving
[hile attending the Jewish
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JCC Happenings
Senior News
_ X
Camp Staff Needed There
are still openings for CIT's,
Junior Counselors, Senior Coun-
selors, Waterfront and Special-
ists for this coming Camp
Shalom Season. Please call
Harreen Bertisch, Camp Director
at 689-7700 for an interview.
Women's Day Sunday, May
17 The Women's Association
of the JCC has planned this
exciting day for women in the
community. Women's Day,
which takes place at Camp
Shalom will consist of workshops
on u variety of topics which are of
current interest to women, such
(i--. Yoga and Relaxation, Legal
Rights for Women. Parent-Child
Communication, Assert iveness.
Networking and the changing
Roles of Women in Judaism. All
workshops are lead by profes-
sional women in the community
The fee of S10 for this dav in-
cludes a continental breakfast
and a Kosher style lunch. Child-
care is offered for the day at the
JCC. Call the JCC at 689-7700 for
a copy of the Women's Day
brochure and more information.
I.S. Rapaport Memorial
Photography Winners
Announced The winners of the
second Annual IS. Rapaport
Memorial Photography Contest
were given their prizes by Mr
Robert D. Rapaport at the
Jewish Community Center's
Annual Meeting, Sunday April
5th.
This year's contest was ex-
panded to include entries from
(enters in other cities in the
State of Florida. The first place
winner in the 10 to 15 year
division was John Segaul of
Plantation. Fla.. first place in the
local contest and second place
statewide was Flynn Bertisch;
"When guests 'drop in'
during the holiday...
Ifetley Tfea makes your
welcome warmer."
This is the holiday when Jewish housewives want
everything to be a "little extra special." The food
is extra good. The house is extra clean. Even the
kids are dressed extra nice. And Tetley tea fits
right in. Because the tiny little tea leaves Tetley
packs into every tea bag gives you extra rich,
refreshing flavor ... the kind of flavor only tiny
tea leaves can deliver. That's why, when friends
and relatives you ha vent seen all year drop in to
say hello Tetley tea makes
your welcome a truly warm
one. Tetley a
favorite tea in
Jewish homes
since 1875.
"TOM
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by Rabbi Jacob Cohn
TETLEY. TEA
A CENTURY OLD I RADII ION |
MCOnd place local and third place
statewide was Scott Silverstein.
In the senior division (16 to 21
years of agel first place winner
tx.th locally and statewide was
Rhonda Gordon and second prize
both locally and statewide was
Richard Kabinoff.
The pictures were on display
the week of April 6th at Chase
Federal Savings, Cross County
Mall. They will also be able to be
seen the week of April 13th at the
Suburban Rank. Lake Worth
Road, and the week of April 20th
.it the Plagler National Bank. 501
So. Flagter Dr., West Palm
Beach
The community is invited to
view the work of these talented
youngsters
JCC installs Officers and
Directors for 1981-82 Ms.
Zelda K. Pincourt, Past Presi-
dent, did the honors of installing
the Officers and Directors of the
Jewish Community Center for
1981-82 at the Center's 6th
Annual Meeting which was held
Sunday, April 5. The following
Officers were installed.
President, Dr. Robert Burger;
Vice-Presidents: Barry Berg, Dr.
Paul Klein, Larry Ochstein. Anne
Tanen, Barbara Weinstein;
Treasurer Richard Rampell;
Secretary Adele Simon.
The following Directors were
installed for a two year term.
Nancy Abrams, Alan Bern-
stein, Stanley Brenner, Bonnie
Cohen, Dr. Thomas Davidoff,
Emanuel Gerstein. Marcie
Gorman, Joseph Karp, Henry
Kaye, Barry Krischer, Mona
Needle, Dr. Jeffrey Penner,
Valerie Silverman, Dr. Fred
Simon, Laura Tumoszwicz. Linda
Zwickel.
The following Directors will
continue to serve for another
year.
Henry Blum, Leon Lassen, Iris
Murray. Alexander Myers. Bar-
bara Pariente. Gail Pariser,
Bruce Prince. Michael Puder-
Harris. Deborah Sabarra, Dr.
Howard Sabarra. Sylvia Skolnik.
Jeanette Sriberg, Harvey White.
The afternoon's festivities were
concluded with a presentation
entitled "Generation to
Generation" with Ms. Barbara
Weinstein as Hostess. The
children of the Pre School. Ballet
Class and Gymnastics Class par-
ticipated aa well as Krica Eisen-
berg and Merri Consor of the
Hello. Dolly!'' cast. The enter-
tainment concluded with songs
presented bythTT!?^
Group. y he ^h HjJ]
No School Hohd
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Road from 9 .3*,
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a snack will be provittJ
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JCC presents Spedd AJ
Sunday, \pril5.U*JJ
Community ( enter held R
Annual NWl.ng Mr. R^l
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fdv, April 17.1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pagell-A
-on he had the pleasure of pre-
Uing the Center's first year s
?ovod" (honor) Award to those
0ple who have given special
trvice to the Center and the
Immunity. Mr. Ronald Tumosz-
ficz for service to the community
nd to the Center's Keren Orr
^School; Dr. Paul Klein for
fervice to the community and to
lamp Shalom; to Ms. Helen
liauben for service to the com-
Unity and the Center s Compre-
Lnsive Senior Service Center;
nd Channel 12, WPEC for their
ontinuous support of the Center
[nd community programs
u-ough the public service
Monthly television show "Gener-
L;n to Generation". Mr. Robert
Tiegand accepted for Channel
2.
Mrs. Ceil Bronfin accepted a
Jbecial award for New Dimen-
lons and Ms. Carol Cecil for the
>alin Beach Adult Education for
h,.jr contribution! to the Com-
Cehensive Senior Service
liter's programs.
Special certificates were given
1 Nancy Abrams for her efforts
In behalf of the Women's Asso-
lalion; Karen Albert for her
]ffris on behalf of the Young
kindles organization; Charlotte
Lrlind for her voluntary efforts
In behalf of the Senior Transpor-
tation program; Bonnie Cohen
lor her efforts on behalf of the
Faront Teacher Organization of
he Keren Orr Pre-School; Marcie
Tine foi her efforts on behalf of
lli, Women's Association; Flo-
[iiii' Kaufman for her efforts on
ihali of the Career Singles
iigruin: I.rla Rosenberg for her
III!in- cm behalf of the Prime
rime Singles Program; Sam
luliin for the enormous work he
la- done and continues to do for
Jin S.>niiii Adult Flea Market;
Lisa Rutstein and David Stein
for their efforts on behalf of the
Teen Program of the Jewish
Community Center. Board
members acknowledged for effort
beyond the call of duty were Dr.
Thomas Davidoff for significant
achievement through the Annual
Art Auction Program; Judge
Edward Fine for chairing this
year's Israel Independence Day
Program; Iris Murray for signif-
icant contribution to the Keren
Orr Pre-School Programs; Larry
Ochstein for his efforts on behalf
of Camp Shalom; Zelda Pincourt
for superb Chairmanship of the
Gertrude Stein Concert; Debbie
Sabarra for her continuous
service to the Keren Orr Pre-
School; Anne Tanen for her
efforts in chairing the Program
Cabinet of the Center; Barbara
Weinstein for outstanding
service to the "Generation to
Generation" television show and
Gail Weinstein for her efforts in
initiating the newly formed
Women's Association.
A tremendous round of ap-
plause was offered to one and all.
Adult Community Education
Classes School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult Edu-
cation Classes offered through
the Palm Beach County Schools
Adult and Community Education
Department continue at the
Jewish Community Center, Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center.
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
u schedule of classes:
Oil Painting A (closed),
Mondays, 9-12 noon, begins April
fi for 8 weeks.
Oil Painting B, Tuesdays,
9:30-12:30, begins April 7 for 8
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Writer* Workshop, Wed-
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noon, begins April 10 for 4 weeks.
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for 4 weeks.
The following is an Extension
Class to be held at the Tangle-
wood Clubhouse:
Transactional Analyais,
Mondays, 10-12 noon, begins
April 6 for 6 weeks.
The Jewish Community
Center, Comprehensive Senior
Service 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 HRS.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantaged. Call
689-7700 for information.
Speak Out Enjoy an af-
ternoon of expression, friendship
and learning with Wynn Kenton,
discussion leader, on Mondays at
1 p.m. There will be no further
sessions until May 18th. Please
mark your calendar accordingly.
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 livery discussion
sessions on politics, economics
and current events, on Tuesdays
at 1 p.m., except for the second
Tuesday of the month.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, President, invites all
those interested in public
speaking, to join this group,
which meets on Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Trips Lido Spa. Due to so
many requests, we have arranged
a Lido Spa Get-A-Way for
Sunday, May 10th Wednes-
day, May 13th. The trip will
begin with a Mother's Day Party
on Sunday, and includes three
meals a day (diet or regular),
daily massage and enter-
tainment. 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).
Reservationa require a $25
deposit per person, which in-
cludes a $5 non-refundable fee.
For further information call
Bonnie at 689-7700.
Joy through Movement will
be held at the Poinciana Place
Clubhouse, March 12th through
April 30th, from 9:30 to 11 a.m.
Celia Golden, Licensed
Therapist. This is a Jewish Com-
munity Extension class. Fee: $8
for 8 sessions. Call 964-1455 for
information.
New Dimensions Palm
Beach Junior College Programs
"Help Yourself To Good
Health Without Medication".
Mr. Cecil George will present this
program at the Center on
Thursday, April 23, at 1:30 p.m.
Dine Out Luncheons at
various restaurants will be held
once a month. For further infor-
mation, call Bonnie Silverstein at
the Center 689-7700.
Artist of the Month: For the
month of April Helen Kalick.
The Center is open from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Come in to view these paintings.
Health Insurance Assistance
Edie Reiter will be at the
Jewish Community Center, Com-
prehensive Senior Service Center,
the third Thursday of each
month, at 2 p.m., to assist
persons with health insurance
forms, questions, etc. Call 689-
7700 for further information.
Senior Keen in Touch A
s|Ktial friendship program will be
held on the third Thursday of
each month at 1 p.m. Helen
Marx, group leader, Ann Cohen,
Program Chairman. Busette
transportation available
whenever possible.
Second Tuesday Club The
JCC Second Tuesday Club
presents a Twilight Dinnerette
Card Party to be held at Bagel
World on Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach on Sunday,
June 14th, from 4-8 p.m. There
will be a lite dinner, cake and
coffee. Donation $5.50. Make
your reservations early by calling
either Sam Rubin or Bonnie Sil-
verstein at the Center, 689-7700.
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Reagan Aide Justifies Israel's Attacks
L JOSEPH POLAKOFF
[WASHINGTON -
lTAj President
lagan's National Security
dviser, Rchard Allen, has
stified Israel's attacks on
destine Liberation Or-
lization bases in Leb-
ion as reaching "to the
Jiurce of terrorism" and
|id "there is no question"
at the PLO is a "terrorist
ganization."
Mien made his remarks on the
kC-TV program "20-20"
adcast last Thursday, but a
jnscript became available
flier. News reports of his
narks said they would 'com-
plicate" Secretary of State Alex-
ander Haig's visit to Saudi Ara-
bia, Jordan and Egypt but
would be welcome in Israel where
he visited this week. Egypt,
however, is also not friendly
toward the PLO.
REAGAN AND Haig, in the
past, have referred to the PLO as
terrorist and the State Depart-
ment, under Haig's leadership,
has not implied, as the Carter
Administration often had, that
Israel is illegally using U.S.-
supplied weapons in Lebanon.
Haig, who appeared on the NBC-
TV "Meet the Press" program,
was not asked for comment on
Allen's remarks dealing with the
PLO.
Senate Foreign Relation Com-
mittee Chairman Charles Percy
(R., 111.), who has leaned toward
U.S. dealings with the PLO and
the Europeans Economic Com-
munity's (EEC) "initiative that
would "associate" the PLO in the
Middle East peace process, ap-
peared to agree with Allen's
remarks both about the PLO and
Israel's strikes into Lebanon
'when he was interviewed on the
CBS-TV "Face the Nation"
program.
Allen was asked if it was fair to
call the PLO a terrorist organize
Jtion. He replied, "I think yes, on
! balance. There is no question we
must identify the PLO as a
terrorist organization until it
provides convincing evidence to
the contrary."
ASKED IF Israeli raids into
Lebanon were preemptive
Jount
strikes, terrorist acts, of self-
defense, Allen said: "I don't
want to get into a specific policy
discussion here, and what I'm
saying does not represent the I
emphasize the official policy of
the United States government,
but to the extent that one reaches
to the source of terrorism then, of
course, there is ample justi-
fication for taking action. I'm
just saying that reaching to the
source is generally recognized as
hot pursuit of a sort and,
therefore, justified.
Percy, in his TV interview, res-
ponded to Allen's remarks on the
PLO and Israeli strikes into Leb-
anon. "Terrorism," he said, is
part of the PLO's activities. He
also said tha PLO Chief Yasir
Arafat has "disappointed" him.
But Percy also referred to the
PLO as a "nation" and said that
"most other Arab nations" have
recognized Israel as a state.
Actually, only Egypt has
recognized Israel.
"I've never considered the
PLO moderates as they could not
by any stretch of imagination be
considered moderates because
terrorism is an element of their
getting ahead," Percy said.
While declaring that he deplored
"attacks on both side," the
Illinois Republican added:
"I'VE SEEN with my own
eyes camps run inside Lebanon
used as staging grounds for
strikes inside Israel So I hope
the Arabs the ball is in their
court put pressure on the PLO
to stop their terrorist tactics.
Then, of course, we can with mo-
rality say to our friends in Israel,
'let's mutually stop these terror-
ist attacks.'"
Asked if Arafat had disap-
pointed you" since Percy had met
with thim personally, the Senator
replied, "Of course."
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Jews Find Passover Rich In Symbolism
By RABBI
EMANUEL EISENBERG
Temple Beth Sholom
Lake Worth
Passover's central theme is
freedom. The essence of Passover
is also spring. Every aspect of the
holiday rings forth with joy that
the winter is past, that man is
fiqud from the bondage of hiber-
nation and slavery to the
vagaries of rain and cold. Man*s
love for woman, reawakened in
springtime, is expressed in the
synagogue reading of the biblical
IxKik. "Song of Songs".
More than any other holiday,
Pesach (Passover) is filled with
symbolism, reminding us of
slavery and freedom, the rebirth
of nature, compassion for the
needy, and hope for the radiant
future.
Families gather together on
the first night of Passover in
Reform Temples, and the first
two nights of Passover in Ortho-
dox and Conservative tradition,
to. share the traditional ritual of
the Seder (Passover Supper);
retelling from the Haggadah, the
Passover Seder book, the story of
the Jewish people's exodus from
Egyptian bondage to freedom in
the Promised Land.
The Seder combines almost
every symbolic element of the
Passover celebration.
Matzo. unleavened bread, is
the svmbol of the affliction of
manuel E wen berg
slaves in Egypt and a reminder of
the haste of departure. The matzo
(bread of affliction) grew
throughout the ages to symbolize
the affliction of the Jewish people
in bondage in Egypt and in
every other land.
At the very beginning of the
home service, a sprig of parsley,
symbolizing the greenness of the
spring, is dipped into salt water,
reminding us of the tears shed by
our forefathers in Egypt. The
juxtaposition of the sorrow in the
past and the hope of the regener-
ative spring typifies the Jew's{
concept of history: the most
sorrowful episode in our people's
history is always concluded

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even in the readings from the
prophets in the synagogue on
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prayers of the Haggadah speaks
of the Jew's obligation to care for
his fellowman Holding the plate
of matzo high, the leader of the
Seder says. "Lol This is the
bread of affliction, which our
fathers ate in the land of Egypt.
Let all who are in want come and
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Thus, through synagogue
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Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Village
W Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services 9 a m
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phone 499-7407rv
499-9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services 8 am ands "
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m. pni
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-8421.
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L. Levine, Associate Rabbi Sabbath
services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday Torah Seminars 10:30 a.m.
Tample Bath El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone 39:.
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath ser
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Tampla Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton Ave, Delray
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street, Delray Beach, 33444Rabbi
Samuel Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272-2908) Friday
services at 8:15 p.m.
Tampla Bath Torah of Palm Baach County
at St. David's In the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd. and
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach Malting address: 1125 Jack
Pine St., West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward Cohn President
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative Liberal
Tampla Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue, P.O Box 3. Boca
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
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Tampla Bath El
2815 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-0339
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath services.
Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Daily Mtnyan at 8.15 a.m.
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anahai Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684
3212 Otfice hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z Scnect-
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8.30 am and 630
p.m followed by Oneg Shabbat Saturday 8:30 am and 6 p.m. Mm-
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Bath Kodesh
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach'
Phone 737 4622 'rtabbt Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services Friday
8:15 p.m Saturday 9 a.m.
Tampla Bath Sholom
315 N A Street. Lake Worth 33460 Phone 585-5020 Rabbi
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays and
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a m
Tampla Bath David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail. Paim
Beach Gardens Ottice at 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach*
Phone:845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 am
Tampla Bath Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue G. Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman'
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Tampla B'nai Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 275 Alemeida Drive. Paim
Springs 33461 Phone: 965-1084 President Martin Kroshmsky
Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m". Saturday at 9 a.m. Mondays ana
Thursday at 9 a m
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W 4th Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone: 932 8566 Rab&
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services, Friday 8:15p.m. Saturday 930am
c,Jemple Emth of the Delray Hebrew Congregation
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach'33446 Phone 498-3536'
Rabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbath services.
Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Daily Minyans at 845 am ands
p.m.
,__ Temple Emanu-EI nanl,
130 North County Road. Palm Beach 33480 Phone: 832-0804
Rabbi Joel Chazin Cantor David Dardashti Sabbath services,
Friday at 8:30 p.m Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zlon 0,lm
at Colony Building. 1030 Royal Palm Beach Blvd., Royal w
Beach Phone: 793-6021 President Bryan Schwartz -Sabbat" set
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,ounty
lewis Receives Hall Of Fame Award
Sylvia Lewis was the
fnt of the Medina Chapter
B'rith Women. Hall of
. Award. March 17. at the
| Beach Ocean Hotel. This
is presented to a member
has done outstanding
lunal work in the Palm
i County Area.
L Marjorie Dreier was the
tor for the "This is Your
Sylvia Lewis" program.
fccipants from local or-
tations were: Evelyn Blum
| Millie Fier, past Hall of
Honoree's. Barbara Gold-
Associate Director,
Dnal Office of the Ani-
mation League, Len Turk,
President, Century Village
to, of Bnai B'rith. Rabbi
Federation and Carole Klein
; speaking for the Women's Divi-
of the Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Sylvia Lewis
Eisenberg, Temple Beth Sholam,
'Harriet Glasner and Charlie Mae
Ellington, Council on Human
Relations, Valerie Ogletree,
Urban League, Judge Edward
Rogers, Past President of Council
on Human Relations, Barbara
Kaplan, representing the Jewish
sion
Mrs. Lewis was presented with
a plaque by Mrs. Bertha Gold-
fine, Chapter President. The Wee
Men Barbershop Quartet pro-
vided the musical portion of the
program.
Family members present in-
cluded children, Mark and Joann,
Jill Lewis, and sister, Rosalie
Langrock, from Stamford, Conn.
Representatives from ORT, City
of Hope, National Council of
Jewish Women, Hadassah Bnai
B'rith Women Chapters of
Masada, Menorah, Boy n ton
Beach and Mitzvah Council were
all present to honor Sylvia Lewis.
VaticanPLO Meeting Criticised
SW YORK (JTA) -
.cism continued here of
[meeting held at the
an last week by
linal Augustino
j-oli, the Vatican's
tary of State, with
ak Kaddoumi, head of
Palestine Liberation
jiization's political
rtment. The criticism
coupled with a warning
such incidents
kten Jewish-Catholic
inns.
etter protesting the meeting
ent to Msftr. Jorge Mejia. of
laticiin's Secretariat for the
Dtion of Christian Unity,
by the National Christian
Leadership Conference for Israel,
a coalition of Protestant and
Catholic Clergy and clergy who
seek to foster understanding and
support for Israel in the United
States.
"BY OFFICIALLY receiving
those who vowed to add one more
horrible chapter to the long
history of Jewish suffering, the
Church we believe nour-
ishes fear among our Jewish
brothers and sisters that once
again Christians will foresake
them at a critical moment in their
history, the Leadership Confer-
ence said. "In light of past ex-
perience such sentiments are all
too understandable."
The letter declared that: "We
hope and pray for a clear word
Local Synagogue News
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
Saturday, April 18, and
lay, April 19, the men's club
Bnt,Tetfation Anshei Sholom
iponsor two Sedorim. Rabbi
ptman, Cantor Spektor and
Director Shapiro will
He Reservations may be
at the temple office. The
|i* 128 per person, per seder
embers and affiliates and
or guests. Children up to ajre
15.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Sisterhood of Temple
will hold its regular
|hly meeting at noon on
day, April 20 at Schwartz-
Hull. Ruth Bernstein, a
|oer of the Palm Beach Civic
i will perform. Her program
[include operatic favorites.
lions from popular musical
Wies and Yiddish folk songs,
Jnpanied by program chair-
In, Fran Golden at the piano.
In will be served.
[r to this meeting the con-
ng study group will meet
Rabbi Joel Levine from
to 11:30 in the Rabbi's
Everyone is invited to
participate in the discussions.
TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD
The Membership Meeting of
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
take place on Tuesday, April 21
at 8 p.m. in Senter Hall.
Dr. Joseph Mersand, noted
teacher, author and lecturer will
bring us "A Tribute to Bernard
Malamud" and review his latest
novel "Dubin's Life". Dr.
Mersand is a friend of Mr.
Malamud and will share with us
some of his personal experiences
with the author.
Husbands and guests are wel-
come. Passover refreshments will
be served. .
from the Holy bee tnai legitimate
concerns about the Palestinian
people and questions about
Jerusalem cannot be negotiated
with people who, through their
National Covenant and their
actions, threaten the very survi-
val of the State of Israel as well
as the peace of the world."
The letter was signed by Dr.
Frank H. Littell, president of the
Leadership Conference; Sister
Rose Thering, vice president;
Rev. William Harter, secretary-
treasurer and Rev. Isaac Rotten-
berg, executive director.
THE AMERICAN Jewish
Congress also expressed concern
that Casaroli's meeting with
Kaddoumi was part of an
emerging pattern of Church ac-
tions that threatens a deteriora-
tion of relations between the
Church and Jews.
"With the election of John
Paul II (as Pope), a witness to
the destruction of European Jew-
ry, we were deeply hopeful that
the Catholic Church would be
more responsive to the depth of
Jewish suffering and the
necessity to prevent a recurrence
of such crimes against the Jewish
people, Henry Siegman, execu-
tive director of the AJ Congress
said. "The meeting with the PLO
follows a number of develop-
ments in recent months, in-
cluding a hostile reference to
Jewish ethics in the recent
Encyclical, which have gone far
to undermine this hope."
Earlier, the meeting between
Casaroli and Kaddoumi was
sharply criticized by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and the Israel Consulate
General in New York.
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Joseph Heller, the author of
Catch 22, Something Happened
and one of the outstanding con-
temporary satirists, has written
another satire, this time about
academia and bureaucracy in
Washington. His hero is Dr.
Bruce Gold, a 48-year old
Professor of English in the City
University (Heller himself taught
there for a number of years), who
is not much of a teacher, scholar,
or even a person. His few
writings consist of an expanded
doctoral thesis, four collections of
shorter essays, several derivative
short stories, and some atrocious
poems.
Having been asked a number
of times to write about the
Jewish experience in America
(about which he admits he really
knows hardly anything), he
proceeds to wheedle $1,000 from
an editor of a highbrow maga-
zine, who wants a sexy approach,
and an advance of $5,000 from a
publisher who wants a book to be
used in schools and colleges.
Although the book is never
written by Dr. Gold, it might be
concluded that Heller's Good as
Gold could be considered his idea
of the Jewish experience in
America. Dr. Gold is not exactly
a happy or confident man,
despite his exalted position (one
wonders how he ever managed to
become a full professor in the
City University). His wife, Belle,
has long ago resigned herself to
his numerous philanderings. His
precocious daughter calls him an
out and out philanderer. His 82-
year old father, a former unsuc-
cessful tailor and later a failure in
many other ventures, despises
his son the professor and loses no
opportunity to try to cut him
down to size. The stepmother,
Gussie, a descendant from the old
Southern Jewish family, is one of
the craziest female creations in
contemporary literature, and
could take her place among such
comical characters as Mrs.
Malaprop and many of Dickens'
preposterous females.
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different from so many other
uncomplimentary portraits of
Jewish family life in America is
Dr. Gold's flirtation with a
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"Bureaucracy. Thanks to a review
which he has written of the Pres-
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Year in the White House, which
has apparently pleased the Pres-
ident and some of his assistants.
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Although often promised, it
never materializes; but in the
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promises. There is an especially
amusing episode in which a
bureaucrat has to admit several
times "I don't know."
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is introduced to an amoral Wasp
glamour girl with whom he has a
bit of an affair and whom he
would like to marry; but her
father is an incredibly vicious
anti-Semite and makes no effort
to hide his feelings. Nothing
results from this interlude, and
Gold returns to his patient Bella,
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Joseph Heller is a writer whom
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eparing Your Home for PassoverWhich is Just Around Corner
jsover this year begins
iturday evening, Apr.
ie holiday, which cele-
the exodus from
[t, is celebrated at a
meal at home, where
[aggadah, the story of
todus, is recounted.
iodox Jews begin Passover
[a ritual called Bedikat
ttz (search for chometz or
not kosher for Passover)
[this year is Thursday, Apr.
the evening, a ritual search
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n,(I the next morning.
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mid a fast day for Jewish
jrn males in commem-
of the tenth plague, the
of the firstborn male
runs. In some congre-
ss, a special celebration, or
is conducted following
participating firstborn
are permitted to break
fii-t .
Sedorim are held
hi i and Sunday, Apr. 18
] \mong Conservative
inn .lews, there is more
[tn be only one Seder, the
|>n Saturday. Apr. 18, but
i not a hard and fast rule.
|cooking and eating utensils
her set aside exclusively for
irer use, or in some cases
kosher" in consultation
i rabbi.
^JOR FEATURE of the
is to relate, in detail, the
of the exodus, complete
Symbolic reenactment using
wine, especially-prepared
hand bitter herbs.
bitter herbs, maroi
of either romaine lettuce
seradish, and they comme-
the harsh conditions of
in ancient Egypt. Four
[ wine are consumed during
^ursc of the Seder to mark
Bdtinptioii of the Jewish
the sanctity of the
holiday and events related in the
Haggadah.
All dietary laws remain in
effect until nightfall of the eighth
day of Passover, which this year
will be Sunday, Apr. 26. The in-
termediate days are known as
Choi Hamotd (nightfall of
Monday, Apr. 20, through
shortly before sundown, Friday,
Apr. 24).
Perhaps the most central food
and symbol of the holiday is
matzoh which is a crisp, flat, un-
leavened bread, made of flour
baked before the dough has had
time to rise.
IT IS the only type of "bread"
which Jews may eat during Pass-
over, and it commemorates the
unleavened bread eaten by the
Jews when they left Egypt in
such a hurry that there was not
time for the dough to rise. Not
only is the matzoh eaten in con-
junction with maror during the
Seder, but also charosis, a
mixture of chopped nuts and
wine; to symbolize the mortar the
Jews used in their enforced
tmildmg activities as slaves for
the Pharaohs.
There are other foods which are
also of great symbolic
significance, all displayed on a
s|HriaI plate: roasted meatbone,
syml>ol of the Paschal lamb
which was sacrificed in the
Temple, and some also see in it
the "outstretched arm" with
which the Lord, our God took
Israel our of Egypt; karpas the
celery or parsley that is dipped in
salt water reminiscent of the
spring vegetables eaten by our
ancestors at festival meals.
On the Seder table is also the
Cup ot Elijah, a handsome goblet
of wine placed at the table in
honor of the Prophet Elijah,
whose coming will bring peace
and freedom to the world.
During the Seder, the master
of the house reclines on a cushion
while eating and drinking his
wine. It symbolizes the freedom
and independence of the Jewish
people in ancient lands.
SPECIFICALLY for children,
who begin the ceremony by ask-
ing the traditional Four
Questions, to which the
Haggadah story is a reply, there
is the Afikomen. This is a dessert
symbolizing the Paschal lamb
eaten during ancient Passover
celebrations.
It has become the custom for
children to "steal" the Afikomen
and ask "ransom" for its return,
because the Seder can not be
brought to a conclusion without
all participants eating a part of it
is dessert.
On Passover, it should also be
noted that there are forbidden
foods: leavened bread, cakes,
biscuits, crackers, cereal, coffee
substances derived from cereals,
wheat, barley, oats, rice, dry peas
and beans, and all liquids which
contain ingredients or flavors
made from grain alcohol.
APART FROM dishes with
their very specific restrictions,
the following utensils may be
used:
Silverware made wholly of
metal, if thoroughly scoured and
immersed in boiling water;
glassware, thoroughly cleaned
and soaked in water; metal pots
and pans used for cooking and
not baking, if thoroughly scoured
and immersed in boiling water,
Utensils used for baking and
earthenware, enamelware and
porcelain utensils used during the
year are prohibited among
Orthodox Jews. Conservative
and Reform Jews should consult
their spiritual leaders.
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been told that if the Bat Mitzvah
ceremony was held on Friday
night or Saturday morning, and
if the Bar Mitzvah was celebrated
on Saturday morning, many
Jewish parents "would be forced
to take the reception to a non-
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smoking are not permitted on the
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that this would put "a restraint
on the total joy and partying
atmosphere of the occasion."
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him for the popularity of the Sat-
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Has Mitzvah was that "many of
the invited guests were unable to
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the ceremony was held on a
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}aris Rabbi: Oh French Jews
bpy, aren't you?, that
Int's would-be assas-
Hinckley, Jr., was
I violent for our won-
erican Nazis, who
out of their party
|he wanted to do was
our wonderful Amer-
tejust little ole'Jack
i for such a sickie as
|'t believe it? Well,
testimony of Hinck-
f who is alleged to
lo police the Nazi
kat really happened,
hai (he Nazis didn't
hit al all. What really
According to Hinckley,
Xuit. He quit because
lust too timid for his
violence, being Jack
; and all, as our Nazis
IN Germany and
ose Bach and Beeth-
ls know about Nazis
the Nazis are en-
J absolutely brilliant
|days, whose columns
ublish their sublime
knts without so
I single contradictory
nmenl.
for instance, the
[hat French neo-Nazis
whatever to do with
of the Rue Copernic
[in Paris last October.
a bunch of ragtag
hangers-on who did
would never be sc
it. the Grand Rabbi of
not have meant to
i claim the other week
observed that the
ile realize "that anti-
only perhaps the
it the iceberg. Anti-
' he forerunner of
mi ism is horrible."
amlv gave it a dose of
I'.
nrdingto Rabbi Sirat,
*i been anti-Semitic
France) that hurt us
there has also been
|i nt reaction of the
France," meaning, I
v will have no part of
H, says Rabbi
liams. who just
lie spiritual leader of
rnii- Synagogue in
was there when the
[ off at the conclusion
eve services on that
fly night last October.
| an long the dead and
already determined
would have to be
horning services the
lay despite the agony
among congregants.
olically necessary, he
pere be services.
rer styrofoam cups of
kat else could Sirat say
lie asks. "Besides,
tfeen Grand Rabbis in
l'> ire obliged to speak
"< tongue."
bgue is that?. I say, at
time observing his
I energetic youth (he is
land his impeccable
glish. (He is not native
was born in England,
jstory and graduated
|ri-l Rabbi Williams
l PH JEWS live a
[says, "that they can
p>< h and Jewish in the
thai you can be an
liinil Jewish or I an
i and Jewish.
he explains, "the
| not yet over the shock
were wrong about
yfus. The truth is that
you can not be both
1 Jewish. To be French
ral integument from
? Jewish is excluded.
On." I
You mean Moliere,
to a
"He
Corneille, Racine? That stuff? Is
that what it means to be French?
"Yes. French language, French
literature, French music, French
art. The world must be made to
show constant wonderment at
the olympian achievement of
French civilization, that to be
civilized is the same as to be
French. The world must show a
proper respect for the very proper
French image of French
nationhood."
I OBSERVE: But that sounds
like Nazi ideology to its very
core.
"Don't ever say that
Frenchman," he agrees,
vould be outraged."
Rabbi Williams sips some more
rom his styrofoam cup.
And how about Catholicism?, I
ask. Catholicism is not French,
whatever to be French means. To
be Catholic is also to be Spanish
or Polish or Italian, all of whom
the French surely consider
culturally inferior to themselves.
Still, the French are predomi-
nantly Catholic.
Explains Rabbi Williams:
"But that goes with the French
image the French integument.
Any other religion is alien to it.
Any other active religionist
therefore can not be a good
Frenchman. That is why the
French Jewish mentality is so
passive. It has to be that way to
survive."
RABBI WILLIAMS excuses
himself for the sharpness of his
words about Rabbi Sirat. He
means, he says, no disrespect.
But what could the Grand Rabbi
(one of sixteen, he emphasizes
again, without yet explaining the
significance of his obsessive
observation) have had in mind?
"The night of the bombing,"
he recalls, "four people on the
street outside were killed three
non-Jews and one Israeli tourist
accidentally happening by at the
moment of the explosion. The ini-
tial report had it that they were
four Frenchmen who perished,
neaning no Jews. No other
foreigners.'
"One hour later, Prime Minis-
ter Raymond Barre appeared on
national television to declare that
the target was a Jewish syna-
gogue is there any other kind?
and all they (the terrorists)
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succeeded in doing was to kill
innocent Frenchmen."
THE IMPLICATION, says
Rabbi Williams, was clear: inside
the synagogue were only Jews
neither innocent nor Frenchmen
only Jews.
"Is this what Rabbi Sirat
means by 'the magnificent
reaction of the people of Fran-
ce?' he asks, then continues:
"Did Barre come to the syna-
gogue that night officially to
share the anguish of the French
people with their Jewish fellow-
citizens for what had happened?
Did he come the next day, during
the Saturday morning services?
No," he answers his own ques-
tion. "Did President Valery
Giscard d'Estaing come? No.
"Only Francois Mitterand
came, the Socialist leader who is
in constant struggle with Giscard
for the mantle of Charles de
Gaulle. And, of course, Jacques
Chirac. But he had to come. He is
the mayor of Paris."
There is another sip from the
styrofoam cup.
"I just don't know what Sirat
means," he says. "Look, politi-
cally as Jews in France, we are
eunuchs, not because we have no
koach, but because we must
accept the limits of the French
Jewish condition."
AND WHAT is the French
Jewish condition?
Finally, Rabbi Williams ex-
plains. "Don't get excited about
a Pierre Mendea-France (former
prime minister) or a Simone Veil
(today president, of the European
Economic Community). They are
accidents of history. Mainly, the
Jews of France are marginal.
I ask: This is the same as you
have just said that they are
political eunuchs?
"Yes. For example, the French
Jew mounts his mettuzah, not by
the door outside, which is what
its purpose was intended as
defined by the Ten Plagues, but
inside. Why start a scene?"
The French Jewish obse-
quiousness began, he says, with
Napoleon created 16 consistoires,
Jews in 1791 and gave them full
citizenship.
How was that bad?
"Because for the first time it
gave the Jews a Jewish com-
munal structure. But it was not
for their own benefit. It mirrored
the structure of the state."
ARGUES WILLIAMS:
Napolean created 16 consistoires,
each with its own Grand Rabbi
(now his reaction to Sirat is
clear). The purpose was not to
give Jews autonomy over their
own affairs, but to be able more
easily to spy on them to
control them. The Grand Rabbis
became a corps of 16 toothless
watchdogs. Williams implies that
wthing much has changed since
then.
"That is what Alain de Roths-
child meant when we talked just
after the bombing. Rothschild is
head of the Paris consistoire, and
he said that the bombing em-
phasized the heaviness of his
mantle what he could say offi-
cially, speakii g for the Jews, and
what he had to swallow and not
say."
For example?
"Well, let's say whether to
criticize Barre for the vulgarity of
his reaction on national television
that Frenchmen had been
murdered, not the Jews inside the
synagogue for whom the bomb
was really intended."
HE EXPLAINS: The result of
the Napoleonic organization
from the perspective of history is
clear. Since Jews are not Cath-
olic, they are not really French in
the French civilizational sense.
Jews have always been and
therefore still remain outsiders in
France.
"It is not like in America or in
England," he says, "where Jews
have a creative cultural energy
that frequently finds them at
odds with their own government.
They have spoken their piece and
hope to cause change as a conse-
quence.
"In France, it is as it has
always been. We have court Jews
stadlanim. We intercede. We
plead. Too often, we are silent.
We would never dare debate,
never dare be at odds."
Rabbi Williams points to him-
self as an example. Today, in
addition to having been born an
Englishman, he also considers
himself French. He is not only
spiritual leader of the Rue Coper -
nic Synagogue. He is married to a
French wife, and their son is
being brought up to be at home in
both languages. After graduating
from Oxford, he became a teacher
of history Marlborough College.
FIVE YEARS later, he felt a
need to do something more than
teach in a classroom. There
followed his studies at Leo
Baeck. where he was finally
ordained. And then his pulpit in
Paris, his first.
How did Rabbi Williams
finally know he was a "French
Jew?
there is anti-Semitism in France?
"Remember Laval." he aaya.
Remember Petain and Vichy.
That was only 35 or 40 years
ago"
RABBI WILLIAMS speaks
eloquently. His trip here haa been
to help the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in the most pheno-
menal $20 million campaign in its
history. It is an outpouring that
staggers him.
One day. on the Metro (the
Paris subway). I was reading a
Hebrew volume of Tillim and
suddenly found myself hunching
over the book to hide it so that
people sitting near me should not
see the Hebrew should not
conclude that I was Jewish. In
that moment. I understood what
I had become.
i had acquired." he says, "a
sixth sense about it something
I never had or needed in order to
be Jewish in England." He adds:
"Like Miamians, who tell me
about walking on the street to
their car and being on the lookout
for a possible mugger."
DOES HE expect things to
change in France?
"We have an election cam-
paign going now. No one ever
talked about a Jewish vote
before. Now, for the first time,
some of the candidates are
frankly courting the Jewish
community It is a delicate
matter, and everybody pretends
nothing really new is happening,
but it is.
"And then," he says, which
chills me somewhat: "We have a
Jewish self-defense organization
beginning to develop. It is
demanding a more articulate
Jewish condemnation of French
policy, not only regarding
government indifference to anti-
Semitism, but to the shifting
French attitude against Israel."
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rusalem Road Rage
Burg Meet Satmir in Brooklyn?
| BEN GALLOB
r YORK-(JTA)-
okesperson for the
Hasidim reported
Interior Minister
Jurg of Israel has
Jvately with Rabbi
Teitelbaum, the
Rebbe, at the
home in Williams-
discuss recent al-
ns started by
Jews protesting
traffic on the
:>ad in Jerusalem.
Hasidim in this
Jiave twice staged dem-
at the Israeli Consu-
[anhattan to protest the
Hasidim in clashes in
and what the spokes-
lled a "brutal" tear gas
police on worshippers
r synagogue on Mar. 7
em.
5 AT MAR spokesperson
Jewish Telegraphic
I thai Burg had asked
to receive him to
nt- ini idents arising from
hi reactions by Hasidic
cars appeared on the
I Road v. hich passes
Mca Shearim section
Hum. The road carries
i Jerusalem suburb.
mkesperson said that
hose present at the Burg-
km meeting were Rabbi
rankel. a representative
/illiamsburg Orthodox
ly, and Berl Friedman,
ler of the Council of
)rganizations of Boro
mother section of
\pire State
Jrged To
Terrorism
iTORK (JTA) The
nation League of B'nai
National Association
dvancement of Colored
kd the New York State
If Urban Leagues have
lw York State to ban
I religious terrorism.
anization has called for
|enactment" of a bill
New York's Civil
iw to include acts of
pd religiously motivated
on and harassment
inn penalties up to five
risonment and a $5,000
| bill was introduced in
lurk State Legislature
DDosed law (Assembly
t), spearheaded by
bunty District Attorney
Bon and sponsored by
au County legislative
is in response to a
wave of cross burnings,
Idaubings, arson cases,
V' vandalism and
pd harassment directed
nd Jews.
JOINT statement,
Ellen Conowitz and
'in, co-chairpersons of
i>mmittee on Public
Jew York State; Hazel
[resident of the New
Mte Conference of
'ranches, and Horace
lecutive director of the
I state Council of Urban
[the groups called the
[ a form of terrorism."
The spokesperson said that the
issue of "police brutality" in Je-
rusalem was discussed in detail
at the hour-long meeting and that
Burg made a verbal commitment
to the Satmar Rebbe that on his
return to Jerusalem, he would
"intervene personally" to resolve
the issue of Sabbath traffic on the
Ramot Road.
THE SPOKESPERSON said
one of the solutions proposed at
the Burg-Teitelbaum meeting
was construction of a second road
which would bypass the Men
Shearim section. The spokes-
person said he was informed that
Burg had left Tuesday on his
return trip to Israel.
During the meeting, Burg tele-
phoned Rabbi Yitzhok Weiss,
leader of the Orthodox rabbinate
of Jerusalem, urging that Weiss
act to postpone further Hasidic
demonstrations. The
spokesperson told the JTA that
Weiss had given Burg a commit-
ment to prevent additional
demonstrations, on a temporary
basis. The spokesperson noted
that there had been no demon-
strations on the Sabbath
weekends of Mar. 14, Mar. 21 and
Mar. 28.
The spokesperson was asked
for comment on the statement by
Shmuel Moyal, a spokesman for
the Israel Consulate in New
York, that Satmar Hasidim had
deluged the Consulate for a week
last month with telephone calls
filled with obscenities and curses,
and another report that the Hasi-
dim had denounced Israel, during
their Mar. 9 protest at the Con-
sulate, as "Nazi."
The spokesperson rejected the
complaint by Moyal that the
callers were Satmar Hasidim. He
pointed out that anonymous calls
provided no way to determine the
identity of callers. He flatly
denied the charge that Satmar
demonstrators had used the term
"Nazi" to describe Israel.
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Cabinet in
JERUSALEM (JTA> -
The Cabinet demoted much of its
weekly fca Sunday morning
to the situation in Lebanon
a ministerial defense
the proceednuD of
which are secret, the Cabinet
beard reports and assessments on
the fighting in Lebanon from
Chief of Staff Gen Rafael Eitan
and chief of military intelligence
Gen Yehoshua Sagny
Deputy Defense Mkuster Mor-
dechai Sport told reporters after
the meeting that Israel was in
contact with the US. and other
Western po-eis to exert influ-
ence on Syria to stop shelling
Christian targets
THE FIGHTING is mainly in
the Beirut area and northern
Lebanon, but shooting between
the Christian mfitia and Pales-
tinian leftists of '*banf armv
Talks
-egulars in south Lebanon spilled
over into Israel
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir was quoted by Israel
Radio before the Cabinet jeaaion
*s saying that Israel "would not
at kty by" if the Christian com-
munity in south Lebanon is
ireatened But he was less
liliiiii. about an Israeli comma -
nent to help the larger Christian
Txnmunatie* in the north which
ire under bombardment from the
Syrians and leftist elements,
ncluding the Palestine
Liberation Organization
A tougher stance was taken by
Mosbt Arras, the hawkish chair-
man of the Knesset's Foreign
\ffairs and Security Committee.
who insisted, in a separate inter-
%iew. that Israel's commitment
overed .U c* ?""_
Lebanon, not just thoae bvm
.kmg Israel s border .According
o foreign d* reports. Israel
as been iding Chnstiam the
wrth
ISRAEL RADK) reported, in
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he government would preas u
Secretary of State Alexander
activate the autonoany
ulks \crordmg to the report.
Israel will stress Cairo s respon-
. for the suspension of the
negotiations daring the
veer But there is little expec-
tation here that nay meaningful
progress could be made towatd
an autonomy agreement before
the Knesset elections Jane 30.
Some progress has
apparently with respect to the
(nclti-nauooal force to police
Smai after Israel completes it*
ithdrswsl in Apr.. 1982. Deputy
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Michael Sterner, who visited
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flu Jewish Herman Of PiUm Beach County
'hree Purveyors of Itate Literature in U.S., Canada
[ewyork-(Jta)-
Anti-Defamation
ie of B'nai B'rith has
the anti-Semitic
erial seized last week by
ht German police to
>ee notorious purveyors
[hate literature in the
|ted States and
kada." The three, named
Abraham Foxman,
\h's associate national
,ctor and head of its
ernational Affairs Divi-
as the source of the
[erial are:
George Dietz, president of
Liberty Bell Publications, Reedy,
West Virginia; Gerhard Lauck,
Lincoln, Nebraska, editor of
"New Order," an organ of the
National Socialist Party of
America; and Ernst Christof
Friedrich Zundel, head of
Samisdat Publishers, Ltd.,
Toronto, Canada.
According to Foxman, the pre-
sence of the stockpile of anti-
Semi tic a from the U.S. and
Canada in the homes of West
Germany neo-Nazis is further
proof of the international linkage
of extreme rightists.
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IN CITING Dietz, Lauck and
Zundel, Foxman said ADL has
monitored their hate-monge ring
output" for many years. He
added that "the existence of a
transatlantic pipeline for anti-
Semitica calls for greater
vigilance by authorities on both
sides of the ocean."
Foxman further asserted that
international cooperation among
extremists is not confined to the
United States, Canada and West
Germany but includes neo-Nazi
groups in several other countries.
He gave the following as
examples:
The association of John
Tyndall, leader of Great Britain's
new-Fascist National Front, with
J.B. Stoner, head of the racist,
anti-Semitic National States
Rights Party, (NSRP). Tyndall
was the featured speaker at a
NSRP meeting in 1979.
The sanctuary given by
American hate groups in 1979
and 1980 to Manfred Roeder, a
leading German neo-Nazi, when
he was in this country as a fugi-
tive from West German justice.
Roeder, convicted of neo-Nazi
activity, is currently in jail in
West Germany.
The participation in October,
1980, of two leaders of the neo-
Nazi Vlaamse Militanten Orde
(VMO) in an NSRP conference in
Marietta, Georgia, prior to their
expulsion from the U.S. at the
order of the State Department
following an ADL protest.
ACCORDING TO ADL
records:
Dietz came to the United
States from Germany in 1957.
His Liberty Bell Publications is a
subsidiary of Raybar, Inc., a
commercial printing business.
Libertv Bell is one of the largest
hate propaganda mills in the
United States. It produces and
distributes anti-Semitic books,
envelope seals and bumper
stickers with anti-Jewish
slogans.
Lauck, a leader of the National
Socialist Party of America, is
also the head of NSDAP
(National Sozialistiche Deutsche
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Filling in Background
Multi-National Force for Sinai
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA, U.S
Deputy assistant Secretary ot
Stati- Michael Sterner arrive*
here from Egypt to discuss th
establishment of a multi-nationa
peacekeeping force for Sinai after
Israel completes its withdrawal
from peninsula in April, 1982
Sterner had two days of discus-
sions on the subject in Cairo. His
talks in Jerusalem were aimed at
achieving progress toward an
Israeli Egyptian agreement in
time for Secretary of State"
Alexander Haig's visits the twe
countries
Under the terms of the
Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty o(
March. 1979, the U.S. is commit-
ted to create a multi-national
force if the establishment of a
United Nations peacekeeping
farce proves to be impossible.
Sterner observed on his arrival
tore.
"WE HAVE to make sure that
a United Nations force is not
available because that is what the
treaty calls for in the first in-
stance. I think we have to operate
under the assumption that a UN
force will not be available in thf
present circumstances and there
fore the planning ought U
continue for a multi-nationa
force outside the UN frame
work."
I le was alluding to the virtual
certainly that the Soviet Union
will veto any resolution in the Se-
curity Council setting up a UN
force to police Sinai. Sterner also
said he would explore the possi-
bility of utilizing the Sinai mili-
tary and air bases to be evacu-
ated by Israel by the multi-
national force.
"There is a possibility that the
multi-national force would be
able to use the facilities that are
presently in Sinai" but "that, ol
course. would require th<
agreement of the parties,"
Sterner said.
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Schmidt Off to Court Saudi Oil
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) -
Chancellor Helmut Sch-
midt, scheduled to visit
Saudi Arabia Apr. 27,
hopes to return with offers
of an economic package
deal so beneficial to West
Germany's economy and
industrialists that strong
Bundestag opposition to
projected arms sales to the
Saudis will be defused.
The deal Schmidt is said
to have in mind includes
Saudi guarantees of an
uninterrupted oil supply to
West Germany under
preferential conditions.
Bonn, for its part, would be
committed to sell Saudi Arabia
thousands of sophisticated ar-
mored vehicles, the newest
German tank, the Leopold II,
and possibly Tornado combat
planes, built by a German-
Italian-British consortium. But
the economic benefits would be of
such proportions as to make the
arms deal appear as only a minor
element of the package.
SCHMIDT IS following this
strategy, according to some ob-
servers, in order to overcome the
strong political oppostion to the
arms sales within his own Social
Democratic Party (SPD0 and its
coalition junior partner, the Free
Democrats (FDPO).
The latter, headed by Foreign
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words between supporters and
opponents of arms sales to Saudi
Arabia.
In a subsequent vote, op-
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majority for a motion aimed at
Chancellor Sch
tightening West Germany's self-
imposed limitations on arms
sales to non-members of the
North Atlantic Treaty Alliance
located in "areas of tension" such
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The economic package Sch-
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a dramatic increase in West
Germany's 500 million Mark
investment in Saudi Arabia's
modernization program and
additional long term credits to
Bonn to cover a widening gap in
its national budge. Bonn would
reciprocate in the political field
by tightening its relations with
Riyadh and agreeing to consult
with the Saudi government on
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Middle East.
GOVERNMENT spokesmen
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Saudis binding assurances at this
time. But he is said to be under-
taking the trip not to make final
decisions but to prepare public
opinion for the package deal and
all of its ramifications. He ap-
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business circles.
The West German Association
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the government that failure to
respond positively to Saudi
Arabia's arms purchase requests
would have grave consequences
for German firms Operating in the
Middle East and adversely affect
the prospects of attracting
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Israel's Answer to Karate
To be Introduced Here
KRAV MAGA Israel's
answer to karate will be intro-
duced to Miami Beach on Thurs-
day, Apr. 16, as part of a nation-
wide tour in which six Israeli
champions will demonstrate this
hand-to-hand method of self-
defense for the first time in
America.
Krav Maga, loosely translated
as "close combat," was develop
ed for the Israeli Defense Forces
by Emi Lichtenfeld, now 71, whc
will lead the demonstration here.
Krav Maga is also taught to boys
and girls in schools throughout
Israel.
THE FREE demonstration
which is accompanied by a slide
film and a question and answer
and discussion period, will begin
at R p.m. in the Russell Jewish
Community Center, 18900 NE
25 Ave.
Peter Kramer, executive
director of the non-profit
American Association for Krav
Maga, said the tour is the first
step in acquainting the U.S.
public and particularly
members of the American Jewish
community with this inno-
vative Israeli martial art, which
combines karate, judo and kung
fu with its own special moves.
A six-week course in Krav
Maga will be conducted in Israel
beginning mid-July for American
teachers of physical education,
Kramer said. The teachers who
complete the course will be quali-
fied to become Krav Maga in-
structors themselves in
schools. Jewish centers, YMHA's
and other institutions.
"It is our hope through this \
tour to interest a group Of physi-
cal education instructors to study
Krav Maga in Israel this summer
and return home to teach it in
their Jewish institutions,"
Kramer said, adding:
"Krav Maga can help its
students learn to defend
themselves and lead safer, more
confident lives. We believe the
introduction to our country of
this latest export from Israel will
also strengthen the bonds of
friendship between America and
the Jewish state."

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TJu Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Warn JNF Israel Entering 'Fateful Period'
GROSSINGERS, N.Y.
- Rabbi William Berko-
vitz, president of the
Jewish National Fund,
warned here that Israel was
filtering a "fateful period"
which her basic security
vas threatened by "the
villingness of Western
Surope to be intimidated
by Arab wealth, the ap-
oarent inability of the
eagan Administration, to
say no' to Saudi Arabia
and a new arms race that
imperils Israel's economic
Recovery."
I n an address to Jewish leaders
narking the 80th anniversary of
the founding of the JNF by
Theodor Herzl at the Fifth
Zionist Congress, Berkowitz
declared: "Two years after the
signing of the peace treaty with
Egypt, Israel's political isolation
has grown worse, and the prin-
ciples established at Camp David
are under increasing attack.
"GREAT BRITAIN and
France, leaders of the European
Economic Community, are
preparing a plan to bring the
PLO into the negotiating
process, to force Israel to return
to the 1967 borders, to create a
Palestinian state, to compel
Israeli withdrawal from East
Jerusalem and to 'guarantee
Israel's security by means of
foreign troops on Israeli soil. This
plan menaces Israel's very
existence."
At the same time, Berkowitz
said, "The new Administration
which in so many areas has
effectively reasserted America's
national interest and defended
Israel without apology at the
United Nations and elsewhere
has succumbed to the same
impotence in dealing with Saudi
Arabia that characterized the
Carter Administration.
"This weakness is based upon
a profound miscalculation the
wrong-headed idea that we need
the Saudis, but the Saudis don't
need us. It is true that Saudi
Arabia supplies 17 percent of the
world's oil. But the Saudis need
the vast sums they derive from
the sale of their oil for the
massive development and indus-
trialization programs they have
undertaken. They cannot afford
the collapse of the Western
economy or the devaluation of
'the investments in the West.
"SAUDI ARABIA depends on
the U.S. for its markets, for its
protection, for its technology and
for its move into the 20th Cen-
tury. We must rid our country
and its leaders of the notion that
the United States of America is a
helpless giant before the Arab oil
producers."
Berkowitz declared that it is
the "responsibility" of President
Reagan and his advisers "to
demand that if the Saudis are to
be sold the F-15s and other
advanced equipment thev want,
there must be a quid pro quo:
they must cease their calls for a
jihad (holy war) against Israel,
Before attempt on
his life, President
Reagan sent
greetings to JNF
cease their denunciation of
President (Anwar) Sadat of
Egypt for signing a peace treaty
with Israel, cease their refusal to
enter the Middle East peace
process and cease their financial
support of the terrorist PLO to
the tune of some one million
dollars per day."
Berkowitz said, "For Israel to
enter an arms race with the
Saudis is potentially disasterous
for the Jewish State. First, Israel
cannot match the huge dollar
surplus that the Saudis boast.
Second, Israel cannot jeopardize
the economic recovery on which it
has started and which appears so
I promising."
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Infantry Unit\ Raids Town In Lebanon
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Is-
raeli infantry unit raided Toulin
village six miles inside Lebanon
and blew up four houses after
their occupants were evacuated, a
military spokesman said. One
Israeli soldier was slightly
wounded in the operation.
The village is in the area con-
trolled by the United Nations In-
terim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFIL), but the latter did not
intervene in the Israeli raid, the
second in 24 hours carried out
against terrorist targets in south
Lebanon.
ISRAEL DENIED a UN
report that its soldiers had
clashed with units of UNIFIL or
of the Lebanese regular army
recently posted to the area. The
UN report said a Lebanese
soldier had been killed. Israeli
army sources said they heard
firing in the village after they left
but did not know who was doing
the shooting.
Deputy Defense Minister Mor-
dechai Zipori said on a radio in-
terview that Israel wants "to live
in peace with UNIFIL which if
fulfilling a UN mandate we
recognize to help the Lebanese
government deal with Palestinian
terrorists."
Army sources said terrorists
and UNIFIL troops are billeted
side-by-side in Toulin. The vutog-
ers have a reputation by >ding
terrorists who have made Toulin
a forward staging area for at-
tacks on Israel, including the
assault on Kibbutz Misgav Am a
yeur ago in which two Israelis,
one a child, were killed.
THE HOUSES destroyed were
said to have sheltered terrorists
and yielded weapons, ammuni-
tion and explosives, army sources
said The raiding party had to
cross difficult terrain to reach its
objective but managed to achieve
surprise. Toulin village is about
three miles south of Kantara, a
village that came under intense
bombardment last
Maj. Saad Madded', gft^
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Despite Anger Over AWACS to Saudis
JERUSALEM (JTA)
r Secretary of State Alex-
[nder Haig flew from Israel
Jordan after a 24-hour
|tay in Jerusalem. He held
ntensive talks with both
Jovernment and opposition
Israeli leaders. One key
ession was with the top
Ichelon of the Israeli
lefense establishment
[nder Premier Menachem
.egin who is also the
)efense Minister
. Israeli sources said practical
Lnclusions" were "reached" at
that meeting. This appeared to
hint at Israeli expectations of
increased American economic
and military aid to "balance"
Washington's intended sale of
advanced weaponry to Saudi
Arabia.
DURING THE talks with
Haig, the Israelis were parti-
cularly forceful in their oppo-
sition to the planned U.S. sale of
AWACS aerial intelligence
systems to the Saudis.
According to some sources, Haig
was less than totally committed
to that sale. But there was no
sense that he had dropped the
idea completely.
One well placed American
source said here that the Secre-
tary of State indended to impress
upon the Saudi rulers, whom he
saw in Riyadh Wednesday, the
need for Saudi political flexibility
on the Arab-Israeli conflict. The
basic idea that Haig was selling
on this brief Mideast swing that
includes Egypt, Israel, Jordan
and Saudi Arabia, was a
"strategic consensus" between
America's friends in the region as
a bulwark against Soviet ex-
pansionism.
Repeatedly, he warned against
Soviet intentions, stressing that
the Russians were out to extend
their influence directly and
through their "surrogates." In
the latter catergory, he appeared
to include the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization and Syria. Ha
even suggested the possibility
that current Syrian agressiveness
towards the Christiana in Leba-
non was Soviet-inspired to deflect
attention from the Polish crisis.
TO ISRAEL, Haig's message
was two-fold: on the one hand he
sought to convince his Israeli
hosts of the need to focus on the
global and regional Soviet threat.
And at the same time, he sought
to assure the Israelis that the
Reagan Administration saw in
them a strategic asset and would
act to ensure Israel's continued
strength and "qualitative edge"
in Haig's own words over
the Arab potential enemies of the
Jewish State.
The overall feeling among
Israeli observers was that Haig
was perhaps hoping that Israel
and the pro-Western Arab states
will "lower the profile" of the
Arab-Israel conflict so that they
can work together with the U.S.
in forming a united front against
Soviet or Soviet-backed ex-
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Haig forcefully condemned the
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General Kurt Waldheim sent a
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'dent Hafez Assad to try and end
the fighting between the Syrians
and the Christians. Haig met in
his hotel suite for more than an
hour with Jerusalem Mayor
Teddy Kollek. The two men had
planned to meet in Washington
two weeks ago, but Kollek had
had to cancel.
THE MAYOR said he
reviewed the situation in the city
and discussed his own long-held
ideas for a "borough" system of
municipal rule that would give
Arab residents a much greater
say in the day-to-day manage-
ment of Jerusalem.
Haig late breakfasted with
Lalwr Party leaders Shimon
Peres and Abba Eban. Peres said
that they had agreed on the
exlusion of the PLO from peace
negotiations and on the exclusion
of a separate Palestinian state as
a solution to the West Bank-Gaza
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, April j7
/1/eifVs in Brief
Lebanon Fighting Worries U.S. Officials
WASHINGTON The U.S
continued to express concern thi;
week over the situation in
Lebanon, where Syrian forces are
battling Christian elements.
State Department spokesman
William Dyess said the continued
fighting there was "very
disturbing" he said, however,
(hat as of 11 a.m. EST. the
Ceasefire that went into effect at 6
a.m. was still holding.
Dyess said the U.S. was
widening the scope of the parties
it was seeking to help bring "the
suffering to an end." He stressed
that the parties with which the
situation is being discussed do
not include the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
TEL AVIV Former Foreign
Minister Moshe Dayan's an-
nouncement Saturday that he
will run in the June 30 Knesset
elections at the head of a New
Party, Telem (Movement for
National Renewal), was greeted
with scorn and derision by both
the opposition Labor Alignment
and Likud over the weekend.
Spokesmen for both blocs pre-
dicted that the new faction was
doomed to failure as a political
factor but would succeed in frag-
menting the Knesset so that no
single party would be able to
achieve a working majority.
Day an made his announcement
al a meeting of the Rumah poli-
tical discussion group here lie
said it would work for the estab-
lishment of a broad coalition but
would not demand any specific
portfolios in the next govern-
ment Me named the IS members
who would stand for election with
him on t he 'I clem ticket
NEW YORK IJTAI -
Herman Yablokoff, the Yiddish
actor whose playa and songs de-
lighted generation of audiences
in i In Yiddish theaters on Second
Avenue on the Lower Bast Side
during the 1930s and 1940s, died
here last Friday at the age of 77.
Yablokoff. who unite, produced
and directed many of the plays in
which he appeared, had the gift
for being equally at home in
drama, comedy, and soap opera,
frequently shifting from one to
the other in quick succession in
the same play.
Sometimes, at the height of a
five-handkerchief dramatic scene,
he would ask the audience for
advice on what song he should
sing to express the dramatic
moment. After listening to nu-
merous suggestions he would
ignore them all and break into the
song that had. all along, been
composed for the occasion.
Horn in Grodno. Poland.
Yablokoff came to this country in
192 I and settled in New York.
RONN A joint French-
German borrowing from Arab oil
producers is likely to help pave
the way for arms sales to Saudi
Arabia, unspecified government
sources said in Bonn. Chancellor
Helmut Schmidt is said to hi
strongly in favor of the ne
project of financial ana
economical cooperation, which
would include major German
" made arms deliveries, as well as
joint French-German weapons
systems.
The sources largely confirmed
reports that the borrowing would
involve 20 billion Marks. Once
made available, the funds would
not be used to meet budget defi-
cits, but rather to finance unem-
ployment programs and other
government projects
HAIFA Israel's largest
.seaport was in mourning as
memorial services were con
ducted for the 24 officers and
seamen who died when the bulk
carrier Mezada fflfldnd. in tn<
Moshe Day an
North Atlantic near Bermuda on
Mar rt. The worst disaster in the
history of Israel's Merchant
Marine.
Flags were lowered to half
mast aboard Israeli and foreign
ships berthed at Haifa port or
anchored in the bay. Families and
friends of the deceased assembled
outside the offices of the Zim
Lines, Israel's national shipping
company. which owned the
Me/.ada. There were no eulogies.
Hut Labor Minister David Levy,
representing the government
promised that a thorough in-
vestigation would be made into
the sinking of the 660-foot vessel
to determine why she was lost
and to avoid such disasters in the
future.
NEW YORK A warning
that a "bitter fight is ine\ itable"
il the Reagan Administration
implements plans to enlarge if
aims package to Saudi Arabii
highlighted expressions of deep
concern among Jewish leaders
about those plans.
The warning came from the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations in a statement by
its chairman. Howard Squadron,
which note "with Harm' reports
that the National Securit)
Council Had recommended to the
President sale to Saudi Arabia of
air-to air re-fueling capacity. Air
borne Warning and Command
Systems (AWACS), "in addition
lo Sidewinder missiles and ad-
ditional fuel tanks for the F-16
airplanes sold to Saudi Arabia"'
after a sharp Congressional
battle in 1978.
RONN Two major neo-Nazi
rallies scheduled for Sunday were
banned by the bavarian
authorities For both rallies,
extreme right wing activists
announced a public protest action
against a so called "continued
infiltration" on non-German
elements into the Federal
Ifcpublic.
Currently there are about four
million foreigners working and
living in West Germany. Along
with anti Jewish propaganda and
violence, major neo-Nazi activi-
ties concent rali' against this
minority, which consists of
Turks, Spaniards. Italians, Viet-
namese and othe nationalities
In announcing tin ban. the Be
\ an.in
Munich,
iga i ii-.:
\ iolence
niont hs
Interior Minister in
Tandler, again warned
nil leased neo N'a/i
registered in recent
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ATLANTA Two historical
festivals. Celebration of Jewish
Culture in Georgia and the
South" and "Festival of the
Yiddish Spirit," featuring many
of i he world's leading Yiddish-
Jewish writers, composers, per-
formers and artist, will take
Stated
According to n
Solomon, associate pro&
art at the college. This i?!^ ^
precedent^ Irst ZSn^
historv tZ j *
cultural leaders from aroundj
world at a time when Yidfi
K'nninp
culture is in the very h*.
of a renaissance."
i 2fe twir; u"1"" m ""-den,
Jewish world history has tC
iKi-ri such a gathering, both times
in Europe, he noted
Ceremonies Mark New
Stamp for Dr. Silver
NEW YORK (JTAI
remonies here and in
- Ce-
Israel
marked the issuance by the Israel
government of a commemorative
stamp honoring Rabbi Abba
llillel Silver, the American
Zionist leader who was the presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America from 1945-47, headed
the United Jewish Appeal and
played a crucial role in getting
the United Nations to adopt the
Partition Plan in 1947 which led
to the establishment of the State
of Israel.
The 3.20 Shekel stamp bearing
the portrait ol Silver went on
sale in ceremonies held in New
York at the Jacob and Libby
Goodman ZOA House. Ivan
Novick, ZOA president, said that
Silver, who died in 1963. "perso-
nified the decisive political con-
tribution of American Jewry to
the State of Israel's struggle for
independence."
The official ceremony in Israel
took place at Kfar Silver, near
Ashkelon. named after^Silverand
sponsored by the ZOA. Rep*
senting the ZOA was its execu-
tive vice chairman, Leon
Ilutovich, and members of the
Kfar Silver board.
In paying tribute to Silver,
Novick recalled that as president
of the Jewish Agency Executive
New York Silver appeared betore
the United Nations on behalf of
world Jewry. "He took upon
himself the heavy burden of con-
vincing members of both parties
in the U.S Congress, the Admin-
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Israel Approves New Envoys
JERUSALEM Four nominees of Am- than 20 selected by Foreign
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[.Four nominees
sadorial rank were ap
fved by the
Minister Yitzhak Shamir
Cabinet fr various diplomatic
Ixtremists on Both Left,
Right Become Activist,
Wiesenthal Charges
JOSEPH POLAKOFF
rASHINGTON -
PA) Left and right
ilitical extremists are
Borting to the "level of
rect action" in a resur-
ice of neo-Nazism and
ti-Semitism in Europe
much of their propa-
lda material comes from
United States, Simon
liesenthal declared here.
Te 72-year-old Nazi-
Inter from Austria urged
it the U.S. adopt legisla-
\n against racial hatred as
leans to help prevent the
read of anti-Semitism.
/iesenthal received a standing
ition from approximately
persons, mainly of college
at George Washington
diversity here where he spoke
der the auspices of the fi'nai
rith Hillel Foundation on the
ipus.
The extremists operating in
bee. Austria, Germany, and
pndinavian countries and other
as of Europe "cannot exist
h- 'in the printed propaganda"
m ihf U.S., he said. The
ttrial is supplied in six lan-
w- and is sent to a mailing
of 50,000 addresses in
pope
/IESENTHAL noted that
st German police recently
ded '2.000 apartments late one
kht and found weapons,
Iniiions and propaganda in the
frman language printed in the
and also in Canada. The
^sequences, he said, include
descecration of Jewish ceme-
fies. daubing swastikas on
cish buildings and killings for
signers, including innocent
knamese in Hamburg.
Wiesenthal said he found a 15-
urdid German boy with a leaf-
printed in Lincoln. Neb. He
Pd Ihe boy told him that U.S.
lie) has changed, and
ncricans now admire Hitler,
eaking of the rights under the
|sl Amendment to the U.S.
Institution, Wiesenthal said the
pushers of hate material in the
*E an abusing the freedom
t) have "
!> noted that while there is
prldu ide cooperation against
k drug traffic, "no cooperation
pis against the poison being
plied to young people and in
V schools" in the form of anti-
Imilic propaganda.
|lN RESPONSE to a student's
Nation, he urged Americans to
lie to their Congressmen and
Ex-UNIFIL
Commander
Apologizes
For 'Error9
JEL AVIV Former United .
IT'v!!,Mi;rim Force Leba-
'UNIFIL) Commander Gen.
ttmanuel Erskine has
Pggized to Israeli Chief of
P1 Gen Rafael Eitan for an ac-
Pation by UNIFIL against
W last December that Israeli
nrs had mutilated the bodies
r1;'lerror'sts killed in a clash
^uthern Lebanon
to editors to help offset the wave
of anti-Semitism now stirring the
political climate. He said German
authorities have received 3,000
letters, most of them "not anony-
mous," providing information on
Nazi activists during World War
Responding to a question,
Wiesenthal said' the American
television docu-drama "Holo-
caust" was "very, very im-
portant." He lauded the Swedish
diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg who
saved 100,000 Jews from the
Nazis in Hftngary during World
War II. He said that Soviet
statements that Wallenberg died
in prison in 1947 after his arrest
by Soviet police in Budapest "up
to now are not convincing
evidence of his death."
posts around the world.
Governments in office *are
allowed up to 15 political
appointees by agreement
between the Civil Service
Commission and the staff
committee of the Foreign
Ministry.
Moshe Sasson, a veteran
diplomat well versed in the lan-
guage and culture of the Arab
world, was named Israel's new
Ambassador to Egypt. He will
replace Eliahu Ben-Elissar who
has resigned to run for the
knesset on the Likud ticket.
Yitzhak Ben-Ari, another expe-
rienced diplomat, will be Ambas-
sador to West Germany,
replacing Yohanan Meroz who
has served in Bonn for nearly five
years.
ELIAHU LANKIN,
Jerusalem attorney and close po-
litical supporter of Prime Mini-
ster Menachem Begin will be the
new Ambassador to South
Africa, taking over from former
Shin Bet (secret service) Chief
Yosef Harmelin who has served
in Paetoria for the last two years.
Yosef Hadass, who served in
Cairo for a time as Minister-
Counselor under Ben-Elissar, has
been named Ambassador to
Denmark.
Sasson, the senior among
them, was formerly Ambassador
to Italy and has served more
recently as a "special adviser" to
the Foreign Minister on Euro-
pean relations. He is a son of the
late Eliahu Sasson who under-
took diplomatic missions for the
Jewish Agency before the State
was founded and later served as a
Minister in Cabinets headed by
Premier David Ben Gurion.
Ben-Ari has prior experience in
Bonn where he served for five
years as Minister-Counselor, the
No. 2 spot in the Israel Embassy
there. Hankin is the only "poli-
tical appointee" among the pro-
spective Ambassadors.
A HERUT loyalist of many
years standing, he was comman-
der of the vessel lAltelna which
was sunk on Ben Gurion's orders
when it attempted to land wea-
pons for Begin's Irgun forces on
the Beach at Tel Aviv during the
early months of Statehood.
Hadass served as head of the
Egyptian normalization depart-
ment of the Foreign Ministry
where he oversaw the conclusion
of numerous agreements between
Israel and Egypt. He had made
no secret of his desire to replace
Ben-Elissar at the Cairo
Embassy but Shamir preferred a
more seasoned diplomat for that
most sensitive post and deckled
to send Hadass to Copenhagen.
Formal announcements will be
made only after the nominees
have been accepted by the
countries to which they will be
posted.
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