Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Fred K. Shochet
Creation Date:
May 20, 1977
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;


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


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

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University of Florida
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Volume 3 Number 10
Friday, May 20,1977
Price 25 Cents
Paul Rogers
To Keynote
May 22 Rally
Congressman Paul G. Rogers, from the 7th Congressional
District of Florida, will be the guest speaker at the Solidarity
Day Rally for Soviet Jews on Sunday, May 22.
The rally, sponsored by the International Soviet Jewry Task
porce Community Relations Council fo the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, will begin at 1 p.m. in front of the
Federation offices, West Palm Beach, with a march to demon-
strate the community's concern for the plight of Jews in the
Soviet Union.
CONGRESSMAN Rogers, now serving his seventh year as
chairman of the House public health and environment subcom-
mittee, has become nationally recognized as an innovative and
hard working leader. Under the Committee Reorganization Act
of 1974. the subcommittee on public health and environment
now has jurisdiction over all health matters except Medicare.
Some of the more prominent pieces of legislation which bear
his name are the National Cancer Act, the National Heart and
Lung Act, the Emergency Medical Services Act, and the Health
Maintenance Organization Act. Rogers was the House author of
the Clean Air Act of 1970 and has produced laws designed to
limit noise control and find solutions to the ever-growing
problem of solid waste.
ROGERS WAS graduated from the University of Florida
Law School after serving with the army in Europe for four years
during World War II. He and his wife, Becky, and daughter,
Laing, maintain their residence in West Palm Beach. Rogers is
now serving his eleventh term in Congress.
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev of Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach,
will give the Dvar Torah. Members of the Solidarity Day com-
mittee are: Dr. Michael Schneider, chairman, Bennett Cohen,
Abraham Pastor, Dr. Myron Persoff, Lynn Persoff, George
Portnoy and Barry Soloway.
Right-Wing Youth Meeting
At Dachau is Opposed
BONN (JTA) Plans by the youth wing of the extreme
right-wing National Democratic Party (NPD) to hold its annual
conference and a parade in the town of Dachau on May 7 have
met with strong protests.
Dachau's Mayor has described the planned event as "in
bad taste" and said the local council would "do everything
legally possible" to prevent it from being held.
THE ASSOCIATION of Victims of Nazism-League of
Anti-Fascists said this "terrible provocation' must be
I Prevented. "The shadows of our terrible past still haunt the
town of Dachau today. A reappearance of Nazi elements in
Dachau would be an irreparable scandal for all democrats and
anti-fascists at home and abroad."
The Munich youth section of the ruling Social Democratic
Party called on the Bavarian State Ministry of Culture to ban
the event.
FOLLOWING THE protests, the owners of a local castle
where the meeting was scheduled withdrew their permission for
its use. The Bavarian NPD committee said it saw no reason to
call off the event."
The NPD said it would not "bow to the dictates of the
Communist association of Nazi victims. The f
concluded by saying that "neither the NPD nor its youth jing
were responsible for the Dachau concentration camp. r or tne
NPD, Dachau was "a Bavarian town like any other.
Federation Annual Meeting
To Feature Tribute To
Jewish Group Presidents
The thirty-ninth annual
meeting of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County will be
held on Wednesday, June 1, 8
p.m. at the Breakers in Palm
Mrs. Stanley Brenner, chair-
person, has announced that the
highlight of the program will be a
"Parade of Presidents" honoring
the presidents of Jewish
organizations in Palm Beach
IN ADDITION, a major
address will be presented by Fred
Sichel, vice president of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds and chairman
of the Intermediate Cities Ser-
vices Committee for the Council.
Sichel is a member of the
national campaign cabinet for the
United Jewish Appeal and served
as 1977 chairman of the
Advanced Gifts Division for the
Jewish Federation of Central
New Jersey.
Also on the meeting agenda is
officer and board member in-
stallation, recognition of
volunteers who assisted in the
1977 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign and the presentation of
Community Service Awards.
THE PROGRAM is open to all
memliers of the Jewish Fed-
eration community. Reservations
may l>e made by contacting the
Federation office by Friday, May
27. \
The following is the slate of
officers and board memlwrs to be
voted on at the annual meeting:
president, Stanley Brenner; vies
presidents, Rabbi Hyman Fish-
man, Dr. Howard Kay, Kenneth
Scherer, Dr. Richard Shugar-
man; treasurer, Staci Lesser;
secretary, Bruce Daniels; Board
Members (3-year terms ending
June, 1980): Alec Engelstein,
Robert Gesoff, George Golden,
Detra Kay, Dr. Paul Klein,
H. Irwin Levy, Barbra Lifshitz,
Dr. Emanuel Newmark, Betty
Stone, Nate Tanen, Max Tochner
and Mortimer Weiss.
The following are members of
the board of directors whose
terms have not expired and who
will not be up for election at this
time: Louis Barrish, Abe
Bisgaier, Morton Gilbert, Henry
Grossman, Charles .Jacob.son,
Ronald Kaplan, Joel Koeppel,
Jeanne U-vy, Robert S. Levy,
Robert E. List, Paul Pariser,
Robert Rapaport, Carol Roberts,
Dr. Hyman J. Roberts. Neil
Robinson, Dean Rosenbach,
Benjamin Rothenberg, Barbara
Shulman, liouis Silber, Barbara
Tanen, Dr. Dennis J. Tartakow,
Jerome H. Tishman and Robert
In Anticipation of New Young Trip
S. Africa Hit* Hypocrisy
Minister of Foreign All.iirs.
I'ik Botha, has made a further
protest to the United Suites
Young's allegation that the
South African Government is
!he U.S. State Department
since repudiated Young's
siiih ment.
IN AN interview with the Cu/te
Times. Botha said, "A further
communication will be addressed
to the U.S. State Department in
this connection."
He was satisfied with the affir-
mation by the U.S. Government
of the legality of the South
\lrican Government. But the
i|iirstion remained of the effect
Young's comment could have on
South Africa's position and on
the delicate negotiations under
way in southern Africa.
The formal diplomatic com-
munication with the U.S.
Government would set out South
Africa's attitude in this regard
and should be seen as "clearing
the atmosphere."
BOTHA'S FIRM handling of
the potentially explosive issue led
to a swift repudiation of Young's
claim by the State Department.
After summoning the U.S.
Ambassador, William Bowdler,
in Cape Town, Botha extracted a
clear policy commitment from the
U.S. recognizing the South
African Government's legality.
The Note from the State
Department read: "Although we
do not agree with a number of
policies and practices in South
Africa, it is incorrect to say that
the South African Government is
IN AN interview with the
Sunday Times, Botha made a
scathing attack on the credibility
of I he American Ambassador to
the UN, and warned that South
Africa would reconsider its
relations with the U.S. mission at
the UN after Young's "insulting
Botha said, "We cannot insist
that Mr. Young retract his
remark. We cannot prescribe to
the US But the U.S. will have to
decide to what extent it can
retain his usefulness as a
The threatened crisis in
relations between the U.S. and
South Africa blew up when
Young, in an interview with
Associated Press, was aaked
"Do you think the South African
(Jovernment is illegitimate?"
He replied, "Yeah."
IT WAS the third time in two
weeks that the State Department
had dissociated itself from views
expressed by Young.
Meanwhile, Both welcomed
President Carter's surprise
admission that South Africa is a
"stabilizing force" in southern
Africa, writes Aida Parker in The
Me was less well-pleased with
Carter's follow-up statement that
"What America needs is to
pursue our own commitment In
ending apartheid and realizing
eventual majority rule."
Aido Porker continues:
SPEAKING from his sons
home in Pretariou Botha told me,
"The basic problem is thai
Americans simply cannot and
will not understand that in
Africa, and southern Africa in
Continued on Page 11
Himmler Aide Escapes Trial
VIENNA (JTA) Horst Bender, the legal advisor of
Heinrich Himmler, who was the leader of the Nazi SS, will not
face trial in West Germany although he advocated the thesis
that the killing of Jews for political reasons was not a crime.
Simon Wiesenthal, head of the Jewish Documentation
Center in Vienna, said last^week he was informed by West
German authorities they cancelled investigation measures
against Bender, who is currently a practicing lawyer in Stut-
tgart, West Germay.

i a*je.
inejewisn rtonaian of Falm Beach L'ounty
With the
Temple Beth David of North
Palm Beach will present a special
Shavuot program in cooperation
with WPTV-Channel 5 on
Sunday morning, May 22 (check
local papers for time).
Participating in the program
will be Rabbi Dr. Hyman Fish-
man, Cantor Nicholas Fenakel,
Harry Peters and the Youth
Choir of Temple Beth David and
Barbara Tucker, organist. The
program is produced by Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel and Barbara
Zimpf ner of Channel 5.
The next regular meeting of
the Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood will take place on Wed-
nesday, June 1 at 12:30 p.m.
There will be a Strawberry
Festival and Card Party.
The National Council of Jewish
Women Palm Beach Unit will
hold an installation luncheon at
the Ramada Inn on the Green,
West Palm Beach, on Wednes-
day, May 25 at noon.
Mrs. Joshua
Shubin, national
vice president of
the National!
Council will in-1
stall the officers.
The theme for.
the day will be
"A Toast to the |
Volunteers." JB,N
Mrs. Shubin has been a
Council member for 24 years and
was a Council delegate to the
White House Conference on
aging in 1971. Her interest for the
needs of senior citizens, she says,
was a result of her membership in
the National Council of Jewish
Women. She is also the director
of the Women's Division of the
Atlanta Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation. In 1971 she was a recipient
of the Hannah G. Solomon
Award from the Atlanta section.
The following officers will be
installed: president, Lila Seidler;
vice presidents. Doris Singer,
Gertrude Friedman, Martha
Nadelman, and Sheila Stark:
secretaries recording, Marilyn
Goldman: corresponding, Nancy
Katner and financial, Marva
Pen-in; treasurer, Gertrude
Pesacov; directors, for two years,
Ann Madier, Toby Suskind; for
one year, Marilyn Altman and
Frieda Shefter.
The Sisterhood of Congrega-
tion Anshei Sholom will hold its
next Board Meeting on Monday,
June 6 at 9:30 a.m. and its final
regular meeting before recessing
.for the summer, on Tuesday,
June 21 at 1 p.m. There will be
another gala show in the early
Kings Lodge 2965 of B'nai
B'rith will hold a regular meeting
on June 9, 7:30 p.m. at the
Fellowship Hall of the Cason
Methodist Church, Delray Beach.
On Monday, June 6 at 10 a.m.
a regular board meeting will be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Karp, Kings Point, Delray
The following members will be
delegates to the Council Con-
vention of B'nai B'rith to be held
at the Americana Hotel in Miami,
June 19-21: Morris Anapolsky,
Max Kopel, and Sol Yankwitt.
Construct ion of Temple Emeth
of the Delray Hebrew Congre-
gation will be completed in time
for the High Holy Day Services.
For ticket information call Ben
Kessler or Carl Miller.
Installation of the Tamar
Group of Hadah was held
April 28 at the Ramada Inn.
Mrs. Myron Rapaport, vice
president Florida Region of
Hadassah was the installing
officer. Mrs. Joseph Ohrenstein,
area vice president of the Palm
Beach County Chapter of Hadas-
sah, was a special guest.
The singing group Musical
Notes from Century Village,
under the direction of Mildred
Birnbaum, entertained and the
film "If I Forget Thee" was
viewed. The program was
arranged by Florence Cooper,
program vice president.
The following officers were
installed: president, Martha
Pincu; vice president education,
Hilda Ruby; vice president
program, Florence Cooper: vice
president fund-raising, Florence
Schacher; vice president
membership, Frances Freiman;
treasurer, Irene Burns: financial
secretary, Rosa Ginsberg;
recording secretary, Vera Tittler;
and conesponding secretary,
Molly Rosenberg.
The next meeting of the Tamar
Group will be held Sept. 26. Pro-
gram to be announced. Refresh-
ments will be served before the
meeting at 12:30 p.m.
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issued a last call for the weekend
at the Seville Hotel, May 21-23.
For information call Gertrude
The Weat Palm Beach Chapter
of Women's American ORT will
meet on Wednesday, May 25,
12:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Installation of new officers for
the coming year will be held. Ann
Cohen, president-elect of Palm
Beach County Region, will be the
installing officer. Si Kalick,
violinist will entertain. There will
also be a Shavuot celebration.
Delray Chapter of Women's
American ORT invites all to
attend their 1977-78 installation
ceremonies on Wednesday, May
25 at the Delray Community
Center, Delray Beach at 12:30
Judy Henry, chairman of the
District Level of Tourism and a
past president of the North
Bergen Region will be the in-
stalling officer.
The following officers will be
installed: president, Mrs.
William Verber; vice presidents,
Mrs. Isadora Bronfein, Mrs.
Sidney Breitman, Mrs. William
Berman, Mrs. Robert Pollack and
at-large, Mrs. Morton Shear;
treasurer, Mrs. Morris Jackler;
financial secretary, Mrs. Michael
Shapiro; recording secretary,
Mrs. Arthur Lowinger; cones-
ponding secretary, Mrs. Lou
London, and parliamentarian,
Mrs. Larry Wasser.
The program will be followed
by refreshments. For further
information contact Mrs. I.
The Golden Lakes Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold an open meeting on May 31,
12:30 p.m. in the auditorium of
their clubhouse. Sue Levi, a
teacher in the Israeli schools, will
be the guest speaker.
B'nai B'rith Women, Tzedakah
Chapter 1563, held its second
installation party on May 15.
The following officers for 1977-
78 were installed: president,
Barbara Welinsky; cabinet vice
president administrative, Marge
Wolfson; communications,
Eleanor Brenner; program,
Susan Gilman; membership,
Barbara Stolzer; recording
secretary, Hannah Gallagher;
financial secretary, Linda Elias;
corresponding secretary, Marge
Schimelman; and treasurer, Rose
Pesakov. Bet tie Marks, retiring
president, will serve as coun-
Massds Chapter 1560, B'nai
B'rith Women, was the recipient
of seven regional awards at a
recent regional conference in
Miami. The region includes over
70 BBW chapters from
Savannah, Ga., to Key West, Fla.
fi"t place in trjXBf*
category for jg*l
persons project, and
tor their overall c
Can Weinstein ^^ IJ
a vsa
of Masada Ch
that they hav
eluded: MembershipTCf^
chapter chaWuS'**
members. Iris Block Z ,
Newell serve as membei
vice presidents; Ttt
Award for meeting *
location before Dec. 31 XI
subscript Award for ovSI
scribing the alloc.T^I
Treasurer's Award T?;l
Financial Secretary's AwimI
Helene McCauley^ serva,^
financial secretary. Soph"!
Dickson. who also mST3
518, won the Treasurer's Arf
for a council treasurer'Kn>\
For information on "fun ud|
friends with the Jewish Siiudal
contact Morris Thaw,
or Sarah Lerner.
. Announcing a new Riverside chapel
inVfest Palm Beach.
Unlike many other Jewish funeral directors in Florida, Riverside is not
represented by any other organization.
Our new West Palm Beach chapel is another example of how this
Policy helps us to provide service dedicated only to the needs and wishes
of each family and the requirements of Jewish Law and Custom.
From theonginal concept to thecompleted building,our newchapel
contains a Ritualarium(Mikva)and other required facilities for the observance
of the Jewish Ritual of Washing (Tahara).
And, reflecting another Riverside policy, it is manned by one of the
largest staffs of Jewish personnel available in Florida. They are people who
understand Jewish tradition, and honor it. And in that tradition, we serve
every family, regardless of financial circumstance.
4714 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach
Other Riverside chapels in the Greater Miami area:
Sunrise, Hollywood, North Miami Beach, Miami Beach and Miami,
rive chapels serving the New York City Metropolitan area.
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For generations a symbol of Jewish tradition.


May 20,1977
The Jewish Ftoridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3
'alniteky Elected to National Council of HIAS jggPJA
p, annual *' **
R directors of HIAS m
kork City on March n,
Ir Kalnitsky, president of
'family & Childiwa
wts unanimously elected
National Council.
[National Council of HIAS
Lup of leaders throughout
lantry dedicated to support
deals and programs of
Election to the National
til" said Chairman Harry
'0f New York, "ia
lion of the high esteem in
I tne community as well as
the HIAS officers and Board of
Directors shares.
"The National Council consists
of community leaders throughout
the country who are dedicated to
the cause of rescue through im-
migration and have demon-
strated a deep and abiding in-
terest in the problems of refugee
resettlement. In addition, the
National Council members assist
HIAS in interpreting programs
and activities to individual
groups," Berse said.
Presently, Mrs. Kalnitsky is a
member of the Personnel Services
Committee of the Association of
Jewish Family & Children's
Agencies. She ia a vice chair-
person representing Jewish
Family & Children's Agencies for
smaller communities.
The Association of Jewish
Family & Children's Service was
established in 1972 as the
national service organization for
Jewish Family & Children's
Agencies in Canada and the
United States. It has more than
85 members representing nearly
all of the eligible Jewish Family
& Children's Agencies in North
r. Teitelbaum to Chair BBYO Commission
Officers Installed
The Haifa Lodge 2969 of
Boynton Beach B'nai B'rith
recently installed officers at a
Participating in the ceremonies
were Neil Rosen, District leader,
Rubin Binder, president of the
North Broward, Palm Beach
Council, Lou Flaum, a member of
the Haifa Lodge, and Boynton
Beach Mayor Joseph Zack.
Officers installed at the dinner
include Maurice Moresque, presi-
dent; Aaron Aaronson, Louis
Flaum and Arthur Milch, vice
presidents; Arthur Marks,
recording secretary; David
Shepard, financial secretary;
Jack Korenthal and Jay Kaye,
chaplains and Simon Rose,
iMike Teitelbaum of North
I who as a teenager was
Lional president of the
[component of the B'nai
J Youth Organization, has
lelected chairman of the
I commission, its super-
land policy-making body.
Teitelbaum, medical
brof the Aventura Medical
. in Miami, succeeds Mrs.
JPerlman of Chicago and
ILauderdale, chairman for
ist five years. The only
j ever to head a B'nai
[commission, Mrs. Perlman
i honorary chairman.
commission also elected
dE. Yalowitz of Evanston,
\ attorney, as vice chairman
jits annual meeting here.
[Teitelbaum was president
lYO's Aleph Zadek Aleph
Vent in 1947-48 and has
[leader in B'nai B'rith ever
sntly he is a member of
iB'rith's national member-
pbinet, a member of the
ft 5 (from Maryland to
board of governors and
on of the Florida B'nai
[Hillel advisory board. He
i a director of the Greater
{Jewish Kederation.
July, Dr. Teitelbaum will
las physician to the U.S.
Ibiah team that will parti-
I in the Jewish Olympics in
rto becoming a physician,
ban attorney, practicing in
p,0., for seven years.
|s a graduate of Ohio State
sty Law School and the
fsity of Miami Medical
I He received a B.S. degree
phio State, where he was a
I in its Hillel unit, and a
[fmm the University of
'itz, a partner in the
Chicago law firm of Bernstein &
Yalowitz, Ltd., has been a
member of the BBYO com-
mission since 1975. Earlier, he
was a member of District 6 and
chairman of the Chicago youth
boards. District 6 includes the
Upper Midwest.
Yalowitz also was a member of
BBYO as a teenager and af-
filiated with the Hillel Foun-
dation at Purdue University.
From 1961-64 he was a volunteer
advisor of a BBYO chapter in
The annual meeting of the membership of the Jewish Fed-
eration will be held on Wednesday, June.l, at 8 p.m. at the
Breakers in Palm Beach.
The business of the meeting will include:
Election and installation of officers and board members;
Annual reports on the Federation's campaign, programs
and services;
Presentation of Awards of Merit to campaign leaders;
Community Service Awards.
All members of the Federation are invited to attend.
Reservations are required and should be made prior to Friday,
May 27, by calling the Federation office.
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Consultation and evaluation services Parent child conflicts
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Telephone: 395-3640
Moderate fees are charged in. family and individual counseling to
those who can pay (Fees ate based on income and family size)
The Jewish Fomi ly and CMdren'sService is a beneficiary agency of
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County. ._________<
Sonny Levitt, vice president and general manager of the Levitt
Memorial Chapels, welcomes Sidney Rosofsky (center), licensea
Florida funeral director to the staff of "Jewish Funeral
Directors." Assisting in welcoming Rosofsky is Cantor
Emanuel Mandel (right) president and administrator of the
three Levitt Memorial Chapels Inc. in North Miami, Hollywood
and West Palm'Beach.
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The Jem
of Pa' untv

Florida's Boycott Law
Florida should be proud of Gov. Reubin Askew s
approval of an anti-boycott law which is already being
characterized as probably one of the toughest in the
The new law will make it virtually impossible for
corporation! to operate in the State of Florida if they
cooperate, in any form or fashion, with the Aral) bovcott
against Israel.
Ii brings Chapter 542 of the Florida Penal Code into
play by making it possible to revoke the corporate charter
of any cooperating corporation sub rosa.
We congratulate the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai H'rith for its four-year-long battle to see this new
law into being. We also congratulate Gov. Askew for
signing it.
Particularly deserving ol praise is Sen. John Thomas
"I ori i m ho w hat w as
n.illv Sfii.iic lid) !J65. Without hifl leadership and
conviction in the rightness ..! the bill, we may well have
n.ul nothing to oiler congratulations for now. It was
through Son. Thomas' efforts that the bill was framed.
survived the rigors of legislative debate and has now
l>ecome law.
U.S. Drops Objections
To Kfir Sale to Austria
VIENNA (JTA) The United States has reportedl:
dropped objections against the sale of Israeli fighter planes to
Austria, but Austrian authorities have not yet made up their
minds whether they really want them.
Government sources said the U.S. National Security
Council indicated it was prepared to lift a ban of sales of Israeli-
made Kfiri Young Lion> fighters in Austria.
AMERICAN AUTHORITIES up to now stopped all sales
of Kfir planes abroad because they contained highly
sophisticated U.S.-made equipment. However. Austria was not
sure whether it should accept the offer. The Austrian army
wants to buy 20 new fighter planes to defend its air space more
The Kfir planes, after extensive tests, were considered the
Im-sI choice. But government officials indicated that they are
alraid purchase of Israeli planes may harm political and trade
relations with Arab countries.
B'nai B'rith Zeroes
In on Hillel Chiefs
NEW YORK (JTA) A special 11 -member committee-
of Bnai B'rith leaders met here Monday to begin working out a
policy for the organization to take towards its Hillel directors
who are members of Breira.
The committee, appointed by B'nai B'rith President David
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makes its recommendations to the fraternal organization's
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BLUMBERG ANNOUNCED his intention to name the
committee early.last March in the wake of charges that some of
B'nai B'rith's Hillel directors are promoting Anti-Israel. pro-
Arab views through their membership in Breira.
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Based on a 30-year record of
consistency. I rise now (ormaybe
bendi to a point of personal
privilege lor the purp
kicking Richard Nixon around for
the last time
I have contained myself well
these past several years, not
because I was too good a sport n>
kick Nixon when he was
down basically. I am non-
violent, but I have had this urge
to kick rum in the head for a long
unitbut there have been far
m.ii. important thin* to write
m Binti I.
SINCE J was trapped by the
heavy rams into watching thr
first Nixon performance, and
since my own sense of history
would indicate that I should close
this long chapter in my own
writing career, let me say that I
was stirred primarily by two
portions of that 90-minute in-
terviev Not to righte
cognationfollowing Nixon
around for SO years Borl of ween
out the indignation nervebill to
amazement at the consistency of
the man as a corrupt liar of
consummate chutzpah.
It was "the partisan prt-ss
which helped bring him down, an
old theme that fails to stand the
test of truth.
It is true that a small
California newspaper labeled him
"Tricky Dick Nixon" in 1950
when he defeated Helen (iahagan
Douglas with an anti-Communist
smear campaign that put him in
the U.S. Senate, and the name
BUT IN 1972. knowing how
tricky he was. 93 percent of the
newspapers which made en-
dorsements supported his
candidacy. It meant, sadly, as
the Columbia Journalism Review
revealed in a post-election study.
that "Pro-Nixon papers had a
much higher tendency to sup-
pres- damaging Watergate
storio^ than papers making no
endorsement." Partisan, indeed!.
SI the aurvsy revealed how the
American press helped cover up
for the Nixon team.
In describing how Nixon
learned to use the television to
advantage in the 1968 campaign.
Joe McGinnis (The Selling of the
I'rrsiJcnt 19681. goes back to the
lm Kenned} when
mar;. lighting wen-
mod lor Nixon s poor showing
in thedehau
"(But I Nixon s problem were
deeper than that His problem
was himself. Not what he said
but the man he was. The camera
portrayed him clearly. America
took Kichard Nixon straight and
did not like the taste."
THE MAKEUP was great, the
lighting divine, but there was
Nixon clear. In November of
1969. I wrote here that "I have
been amazed and appalledbut
those who viewed the Nixon
speech of Nov. 3 as a frank ex-
,Misition of the facts when, in
truth, it was dishonest from its
beginning. ." and that goes for
that part of the Frost interview
where he dwelt on his hopes to
bring peace to the world.
That 1969 speech was an at-
tempted justification of the
continued carpel bombing of
* ietnam to h<. (.
end. "l "-apron
Peace, for Tnckv |
was the (,rwelllan- g
due tor another 15 yea?""1
..f.IF VOU remembw lhe,
Checker- speech di,
he just about forgot &
thai h. wa r,ein "
accepting funds tor u.
use whi s,
SS"1* -"niliRl
that undoubted maa,.,
us Nixon-loathm ,
throw up. in 195.
arent quitters." Jn 19T?L
not grovel. May be, if Davidl
boosted 1 hi ante a little?
As I wrote in response to j
critics in January. 1973 |
very much rtajjy had
with the destrucuon of
Voorh- (19461 th^]
nuenu.H-s and lies, tkgj
fostered by similar
gainst Helen C.ahagaa 1
119501 and received
reward through sup
McCartfryism. The p.
may not have had a diren]
in the Watergate machinj
but there is no doubt inmyl
that the at mosphere in the'l
House provided the sanctid
those of his associates]
planned and carried out onej
most frightening political 1
our history.
AND THAT was well
the tapes and other devi.
material became available.
For 'U years, in one 1
another. I have been
Richard Nixon and his I
fitting epitaph, of course,!
"Here Lies Kichard Nixon.;
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The Jewish Fbridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Normalization: What Does Sadat Mean?
'% Daniel". C^-fr-"
Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
Two or three issues.backwe
Uorted that peace in the Midd e
K is feasible and available
Eh if the Arabs want peace. We
Liso commented on Arab
Economic warfare against Israel
L part of the campaign to
Hestroy and dismember Israel,
foe mentioned the probable fate
ti Israel if it were to be part of a
I secular democratic country," as
Vroposed by the PLO, likening it
o the situation in Lebanon.
Some Americans have been
sold the idea that Anwar Sadat
End one or two other Arab leaders
lean be trusted to work for a
Imeaningful Near East peace.
|They have even bought the idea
[that Israel is being stuffy about
wanting "secure borders, defen-
sible borders."
We. therefore, reprint from the
hear East Report, April 13, 1977,
Barbara Walters' interview with
Egyptian President Sadat, which
Jtook place only a week
previously. Italics for emphasis
fcre ours.
Sadat's Meaning
of Normalization
Before leaving Washington
llast week. Egyptian President
ISadat spoke about the need to
Inormaiize relations with Israel.
lAnd The AW York Times
leported April 9 that Sadat had
Mold Carter Administration of-
|ficials that he envisaged a full
normalization of relations with
llsrael within about five years
pfter a Geneva agreement had
en signed, and that some in-
lerim steps toward normal
Nations could take place even
But what does Sadat really
lhave in mind when he talks about
|such a normalization?
In an interview with ABC's
Barbara Walters April 6, Sadat
was pressed to provide his an- They couldn't impose these
swer. conditions on us.
WALTERS: Mr. President, in
a press conference you talked
about normalization of relations
SADAT: I am for full peace.
But not the interpretation of
Israel for full peace. My defini-
tion of peace is this let us end
the state of belligerency. Let
Israel have whatever guarantees
she asks for, from everybody she
agrees to. We shall not oppose
(them) even to the extent of a
defense pact with the United
States. We shall not oppose this.
WALTERS: This is very
important, Mr. President, be-
cause President Carter, when
talking about full peace, seemed
to be speaking of the same kind
of peace as Israel did. What
about diplomatic relations,
exchange of students, exchange
of tourists, exchange of jour-
nalists? Would that be part of
this peace?
SADAT: This is not at all, I
mean, an argument about full
peace. As I told you, it is im-
posing conditions, the old Israeli
conditions that they couldn't
impose even after "56 or after
their very glorious victory in '67.
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SADAT: Quite right.
WALTERS: ... and it may
very well be interpreted that by
normalization of relations you
mean full diplomatic relations,
exchange of students, etc.
SADAT: For me myself, for
my part, I have no objection at
all. But let us be practical. The
climate is not ready.
WALTERS: But you said
after Geneva it would, and then
came up the question, Mr. Presi-
dent, are you talking about full
normalization, and you said you
SADAT: Yes. for sure. When I
say full normalization it means
that the state of belligerency that
has prevailed since the creation of
Israel for 29 years until this
moment we end."
Three Florida rabbis received honorary degrees as doctors of
divinity at an academic convocation of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America held Sunday, May 1, at Grossinger's,
New York. Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, Seminary chancellor, con-
ferred the degrees at a special ceremony which also opened the
seventy-seventh annual convention of the Rabbinical
Assembly, the international association of Conservative rabbis.
(Left to right) are Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
of Miami; Rabbi Hyman Fishman of West Palm Beach, Dr.
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Page 6
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Levin to Receive Medal lAnshei Sholom Honors
For Service to Judaism
Herman Levin of Palm Beach
and New York I
City, will be the
recipient of the[
Mordecai M.
Kaplan medal of
the Jewish Re-1
Movement for
service to the ad- [
vancement ofl
The award will
be presented LEVIN
at the seventeenth annual
convention of the Reconstruc-
tionist Federation of Congre-
gations and Havurot, May 26-29
in Skokie, 111., it was announced
by Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, presi-
dent of the Reconstructionist
Rabbinical College and Judge
Benjamin William Mehlman,
chairman of the Board of the
Jewish Reconstructionist
A leader in the Jewish com-
munity for over 35 years. Levin is
a former president and chairman
of the board of the Jewish Recon-
structionist Foundation; former
president of the Reconstruc-
tionist Federation of Congre-
gations and Havurot; former
member of the board of governors
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary; and recipient of the
Seminary's Louis Marshall
In addition. Levin has been
cited by the United Jewish
Appeal. Israel Bonds. Jewish
Child Care Association, National
Conference of Christians and
Jews and the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
He is a past president of the
East Mid wood Jewish Center in
Brooklyn, N.Y., and its honorary
president. Levin is also an
honorary member of the Recon-
structionist Synagogue of
Plantation, Fla.
In announcing the award to
Levin, Rabbi Eisenstein said:
"Very few occasions have given
us the kind of pleasure which we
experience in announcing this
richly deserved honor to our
friend and leader, Herman
The Reconstructionist Federa-
tion of Congregations and
Havurot is the synagogue move-
ment of Reconstructionist
Judaism. At the present time it
has 36 affiliates throughout the
United States and Canada. The
Jewish Reconstructionist Move-
ment also sponsors the Recon-
structionist Rabbinical College,
established in 1968 in Phila-
delphia; the Reconstructionist
magazine, founded in 1935; and
the Reconstructionist Pnw*
Samuel A. Schutzer, pioneer
Jewish resident and active leader
in Jewish community life in Palm
Beach County for more than a
half century, was honored by
Congregation Anshei Sholom,
(Century Village) West Palm
Beach, with a Service Award
Plaque in recognition of his
service to Anshei Sholom.
Rabbi Harry Z. Schechtman,
spiritual leader of Anshei
Sholom, made the presentation at
services Friday night, April 29,
with more than 600 worshipers
witnessing the ceremony.
In his presentation remarks,
Rabbi Schechtman recounted a
list of Schutzer's accomplish-
ments in behalf of the Jewish
communities in Palm Beach
During his 53 years residence
in West Palm Beach, Schutzer
has rendered service to many
Jewish houses of worship in the
county. He helped in the early
organization program of Temple
Beth El; organized Temple Beth
Sholom in Lake Worth and
Applications are now being accepted for the Federation-
sponsored Mission to Israel, which will depart on Oct. 16 for two
weeks. The Mission is open to all men and women of Palm Beach
County. AH participants will be requested to attend three
seminars that will be scheduled in September, prior to leaving on
the Mission.
For information and applications contact:
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During those years Schutzer
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Schutzer, who will celebrate his
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
(cCApplauds Knights of Pythias
)R, The Jewish Floridian:
behalf of the Jewish Com-
ity Center's Steering Com-
ke staff and membership, we
j like to especially thank the
_hts of Pythias for all the
Ithey contributed to the cele-
on of Israels Day of Inde-
ence at the West Palm
)AuditoriumonMay 1.
tbout the willing, efficient
bration of the Knights of
the event could never
been the tremendous
job was too difficult or
us for them. From blowing
ons, to decorating, to
ding the doors each task
willingly undertaken and
eir Chapter is truly a fine
bple of what a service
nization is all about.
('<>-< 'hnirpersons, JCC
Israel Independence
Day Committee
TOR. The Jewish Floridian:
tiled Order True Sisters,
, a national organization, is
dedicated to Cancer Service
throughout the country and in
We, in Palm Beach County 61,
support St. Mary's Hospital and
to date have supplied them with a
Prostology Set, a Cesium Needle
for cancer of the cervix, and a
closet for cancer instruments.
We supply wigs for children who
because of their chemotherapy
treatment lose their hair, and also
false forms for women who have
undergone breast surgery.
The county now recognizes us
as an organization to call upon
when a cancer patient needs
assistance. Our dedicated 285
members are always ready to aid
and volunteer their services.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I would like to comment upon
your letter of May 6, by Barry H.
Solo way. about the memorial to
the six million Jews who perished
in the Holocaust.
Are you aware that a memorial
meeting was held in the Salvation
Army Citadel April 14 by Paole
Zion and the Workmen's Circle,
both of Palm Beach County?
This meeting was circulated
within the length and breadth of
Century Village. Century Cor-
ners, etc. The participants con-
sisted of Rabbi Selig, Shoshana
Flexer, who sang eight ghetto
songs, and sue readers of both
This event takes place every
year and is the memorial to our
martyrs who perished against
insufferable odds, and is called
the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
We know that many would like
to forget it. but the least we can
do is to remember and mourn this
Chairman, Branch 1041
Workmen's Circle, Palm Beach
)rthodox Prisoner Was Beaten
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at Clinton, including sergeants
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Inst them for their race
religion by prison
rds, a civil rights group
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Iccording to the 45-page
kplaint. filed by Prison-
(Legal Service in federal
net court in Utica,
because the alleged
treatment could be a
ation of the prisoners'
i rights, a federal crime,
^tin Lacher was verbally
ed, beaten and placed
solitary confinement
gedly for wearing a
Heap without the pass
aired of all prisoners at
Clinton Correctional
Hlity at Dannemora who
ft to wear headgear for
[ious reasons.
^ STEINBOCK. associate
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{Pr-26. said Lacher lost his
p but continued to wear his
aP after having been
not to do so until he
1 another permit
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
(2tt?e ?|
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dvotd to disewstiofl of tlMms and itSMt rtlovairt to Jewish Rf0 put and present
Palm Beoch County Robbinicol Cou
Robbi William H.Shopiro
The Festival of Shavuot
By Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Congregation B'nai Torah,
Boca Raton
There is a very strange passage
in the Talmud (Sab. 88a)
regarding the events leading up
to the giving of the Ten Com-
mandments at Mt. Sinai. The
rabbis speak of the reluctance on
the part of many nations to
accept the Torah. The nations of
the world refused to accept the
Ten Commandments because
they did not want to renounce
murder, envy, idolatry and such
other laws which would have
meant a change in their ways of
life. Even among the eman-
cipated Israelites there were
many who were not overly
anxious to assume the obli-
gations of the Commandments.
There was only one alternative
God "forced" the command-
ments upon our forefathers. Say
the rabbis. The Holy One,
blessed be He. tilted the
mountain over them like a bowl
and said to them If you accept
the Torah it is well; if not, there
shall be your sepulcher.'
There is more to this statement
than the mere fact that "God
just wanted to get rid of the Ten
Commandments." The statement
infers that the acceptance of the
moral law is not subject to whim,
that one can take it or leave it.
The acceptance of the moral law
is an inescapable mandate of con-
science; that the moral law is a
voice that cannot be silenced; the
moral law cannot be rejected and
that it must be accepted. For life
to have any meaning, for life to
leave earth-bound limitations and
to reach greater heights, it must
be lived in accordance with moral
Commandments, Israel became
the Priest people to mankind and
consecrated itself to serve as
God's champions of righteous-
ness, truth and justice. For
thirty-five hundred years the
Jewish people have served as the
Champions of God in a hostile
world which knew not and which
still does not know the law of
Holiness. What price our people
have paid in order to disseminate
the spiritual truths, designed to
illumine various civilizations
under which man lived.
Our people are called "servants
of the Ix>rd" because we have
been God's chief instrument in
the Divine plan for the survival of
mankind. By celebrating the
festival of Shavuot, we Jews
today rededicate ourselves to the
same task which was imposed on
our forebears on that first
Shavuot at Mt. Sinai.
This is the meaning of our
struggle to remain Jews and to
help preserve our people and our
faith. It is a glorious respon-
JEWS ARE the guardians of
mankind. The laws of the Ten
Commandments are still not
accepted by the nations of the
world today. There is so much
evidence of this refusal to accept
God's moral law.
When hundreds of thousands
Why Are Young Jews Drawn to the Moonies?
By Rabbi Herbert M.
Baumgard, D.H.L.. D.D.
It is a startling statistic that
30 percent of the young people
whom the Rev. Moon has cap-
tured by his Divine Principle
movement are Jews. We have to
ask ourselves why are so many
young Jews drawn away from the
Jewish community and why are
they so susceptible to the brain-
washing that is a part of the
Moon indoctrination? What
Moon gives his followers is a
home and a purpose. He gives
them a sense of belonging and a
mission. He says to his young
converts, "Follow me, and you
will never want again and you
will have a share in the glory that
is coming to ma."
We can understand why young
Jews are drawn to a movement
that talks about a united
mankind and universalistic goals.
They learn about such goals as
part of Judaism. What is difficult
to understand is why these young
people think it necessary to
revolt against the religion of their
parents in order to accomplish
these goals.
Perhaps the answer lies in the
fact that their parents managed
to conceal these goals of
Judaism. Perhaps the parents did
riot dramatize, as does the Rev.
Moon, the mission of belonging
to a group. Perhaps the young
people were attracted by the very
fervency and enthusiasm in
Moon that was absent in their
parents' presentation of Judaism.
No doubt there are many factors
at work in the revolt of a
youngster against his parents,
many of them of a psychological
nature, but I believe that it is
worth our while to think about
the half-heartedness of the
Jewish commitment of most
Jewish parents today.
We have become so liberal and
so intellectualized, we have
become so culture-oriented and so
busy with worldly pursuits that
we have made of our Judaism
just another of many things that
claim our time and attention.
This kind of diluted and passive
concern does not challenge our
children to become involved in
our faith.
JEREMIAH spoke of his need
to speak of God's commands as
"a fire in my bones." Unless we
can fan the flames of our sput-
tering Jewish commitment we
will continue to find our children
reaching out for exotic but de-
manding faiths.
"A good way off shall they pitch round about the tent of
meeting" (Num. 2.2).
BAMIDBAR "And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the
wilderness of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the first day
of the second month, in the second year after they were
come out of the Land of Egypt, saying: Take ye the sum of
all the congregation of the children of Israel, by their
families, by their fathers' houses, according to the number
of names, every male, by their polls; from twenty years
old and upward, all that are able to go forth to war in
Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even thou and
Aaron' (Numbers 1.1-3). Exclusive of the Levites, who
were not numbered, the total sum of men of military age
was 603,555. There follows a description of the Israelites'
encampments during their journeys through the desert:
there were four major camps, each of three tribes; one
under the flag of Judah, one under the flag of Reuben, one
under the flag of Ephraim. and one under the flag of Dan.
The Levites camped separately near the sanctuary;
among the Levites, each clan had a particular service to
render in regard to the sancturay.
(Th recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic History ol the Jewish Meritao*," edited by P Wollman
Tsamir, $IJ. published by Shenqold The volume is available at 75 Maiden
Lane, New York. NY 10031. Joseph Schlang is president ol the KMrty
distributing the volume.
of our brethren in Russia are
denied freedom and are being
persecuted; when many of our
brethren in Russia are denied
jobs; when their children are
turned out of schools; when some
of the brightest Jewish men and
women are consigned to prisons
and mental institutions God's
moral laws are at a very low ebb.
By helping them escape, we act
as champions of God's moral law.

When Jews from J
countries, especially these UJ
Arab denomination, anneal tJ
for help, and we' gM
opening our hearts and
pocketbooks, we act as ck
pions of Gods moral law.
When we volunteer our J
and our efforts to lift the level
human existence everywhere ,
are the true servants of the 1 '
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
1901 North Flogler Drive
West Polm Beach, Florida 33407
833 8421
Rabbi Irving B Cohen
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m. Saturday services 10 a.m.
P O Bo 568
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
391 8901
Rabbi Norman T. Mendel
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
Moravian Church, 12th Ave and
Palmetto Pork Rd Boca Raton
P.O Box 3
Boca Raton, Flondo 33432
426 1600
Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
Sabbath services. Friday ai
at Unitarian Universohsi
Fellowship Building
162 W Palmetto Pork Rd
Boca Roton
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach, Florida 33409
684 3212
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Robbi Emeritus Henry Jerech
Friday 8:30a.m. 8:00 p.m.
Saturday 8:30a.m., 7:30 p.m.
Daily 8:30o.m,7:30 p.m.
2815 North Flogler Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
833 0339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Sabbath services Friday at 8:15
p m.
Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
Daily Minyan at 8:15 o.m..
Sunday at 9 a.m.
315 North "A" Street
loke Worth. Florida 33460
Robbi Emoiiue! Eisenberg
Services, Monday* and Thursdays
at 8:30 a.m.
Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Saturday ol 9:30 o.m.
Sabbath services, Fridoy at 8 p.m.
At Westminister
Presbyterian Church
10410 N Military Troil. Palm
Beoch Gardens. 321 Northloke
Blvd. North Palm Beach. Flo
845 1134
Rabbi Hyman Fishmon
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
N W Avenue "G"
Belle Glade. Florida 33430
Jack Statemon, lay leader
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30
p m
275 Alemeda Drive
Palm Springs. Florida 33460
Sobbath services, Fndoy ol]
p m
Saturday at 9am
Mondays and Thursdays at 9o<
Services held at Faith United
Presbyterian Church, I
P O Box 2306
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Sabbath services, Friday ot 8:|
p m
2nd and 4th Saturdays ol v30|
Meets at
Weight Watchers
1775 N.E. 5th Ave.
Boca Raton. Flo.
P.O. Box 1214, Oelroy
Florida 33444
Sabbath services Fridoy w
p.m. Fellowship Hall, Cor
Methodist Chwch, 342 N.SwN
Ave.. Delroy Mr. Hervy
190 North County Rood
Polm Beoch. Florida 33480
Rabbi Max I Forman
Cantor David Dordoshli
Sabbath services. Fndoy II
p m
Saturday at 9 a m
2515 N.E. 2nd Court
Boynton Beach, "ndof,^t\i
Sabbath serv.ces,"
Saturdoy-9:30 am ^.
Services held at
Methodist Church Social Hoi
3215 N. SeacresiBlvd.
Boyn.on Beach, Florida
For information coM '? ^

The Jewish I-'turidian of Palm Beudi County

Jewish Community Center Presents
PAY- Dr. .Paul Klein and Paul
Weiseneck, cochairp*rsoi..s for
.ni. Jewish Community Center
independence Day cele-
bration report that some 7.00ii
persons participated in the event
on Sunday. May 1. Leadership
for nexl vear's program is being
interested? Contact th.
Sunday, 'une 5 at 2 p.m.. the
children and the staff of th*.
Centi' will demonstrate thei:
work Barbara Chane. chairman
of the Children's Committee, will
oe hostess tor the event. A
Karate demonstration. craft
exhibit, dance demonstration and
other programs are planned. Dr.
Mvle> Cooley will speak on
Parent Effectiveness Training.
n tgee 15-18 will
Ipend their summers in Israel as
emissaries oi the Palm Beach
JCC They will loin teens from
Dade and Hroward County. Some
space is still available and in-
formation is available at the JCC.
Wednesday nights will be
TEEN NIGHTS at the JCC this
summer from 7 to 10 p.m. begin-
ning June 1. Only JCC members
will be able to use the facilities
under the direction of Michael
and I Jiane Soil. Trips are planned
to Key West and Disney World.
A CAT (Counselor Apprentice
Training Program, including
human relations workshops and
camp activities, is also set for the
Teachers involved with the
Summer Program for the
Creative and Performing Arts
include Rons Craddick, Ann
Reiser, Sue Levi, Shari Green-
wald. Michael Soil. Diane Soil.
Jimnn Diaz. Jim Huntington,
Barbara Altz, Barbara Chane and
Lisa Rubin.
Diane and Mich
Diane and Michael Soil are the
newest addition to the JCC Sum-
mer Program. Professional
drama and music counsellors,
this couple recently returned to
the United States after five years
in Israel where they initiated the
Beersheba Theatre for Drama
Summer Program staff mem-
bers will be on hand at the JCC
Open House on Sunday, June 5
' 2 p.m. The program is
scheduled to begin on Tuesday.
June 1.1 and is open to JCC mem-
bers only.
FUTURE: Iris S.ltim.n,
psychic and astrologer, is
teaching a five-class series which
<*gan on Wednesday. May 18
nd will continue for four
Wednesdays hence from 1 to 3
Pm. J(T mem:>ers: $25.
members: $100.
"INNER: Coach Joel Levine
P^sented the team with trophies
on May 9. Those honored were
Josh Becker, Dong Bell. Bruce
J-old, Darrell Gam. Tony
Lampert. David Savil. Roy Hill
and Robert Sequra.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter-Comprehensive Senior
service Center has developed a
monthly bulletin. The Center can
P"1 >ou on the mailing list.
Transportation is available -
mr those 60 years of age and up
who need to visit a doctor.
JJJsmr home, hospital or to
Got a problem? Fannie Simon
can provide information at the
Citizen Information and
Referral Services.
series meets on Thursday at 1:30
p.m. at the Senior Service Center.
Dr. Richard Shugarman.
ophthamologist. was to speak on
May 19 and Dr. Robert Berger,
urologist, is scheduled for Mav
26 -' "
The Senior Service Center
wishes to express its appreciation
to Modern Topics instructor
Dawn Kapner and Art instructor
Lillian Siminelli. The classes in
progress conclude at the end of
May but new classes will form in
Joe and Esther Molat. Chai
membership chairpersons, have
announced that Chai member-
ships are on the increase. A Chai
Uarbeque lor members and
friends will be held on Wednes-
day. May 25 at noon. Members
free, guest. SC Joan Wolfberg
will sing at the event. Marion and
Sam Rubin are in charge of
not meet on May 29. The next
scheduled meeting is June 12.
Joel Levine. leader of Sunday
for Seniors, returned to school
recently and 46 seniors paid
tribute to him. Joel was pre-
sented with a gift and scroli of
appreciation. Bertha GreenwaW
baked him a cake
hold its annual Charity Bazaar on
Sunday. May 22 at the Palm
Beach Mall to raise money for the
JCC. The group recently heard a
presentation by Barbara Hurst,
director of the Retired Senior
Volunteer Program, at a lun-
cheon. The group totaled 388
hoars of service during the month
ot April, 8150 was raised by the
Second Tuesday Club at a card
party last month.
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Starting June 19. we'll have a non-stop flight to Brazil every single day.
All our flights to Brazil have the comforts you'd expect on our long flights. And some
unexpected things, too.
For example: Eye-shades, for when you want to get some sleep. I lot towels and overnight kits
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
A personal view from the
Executive Director of the
Jewish Family A Children's Service
I (All case names mentioned in these articles
I are fictitious; client information at Jewish
I Family A Children's Service is held in the
I strictest of confidence.}
Our children are probably the most
I maligned special interest group in America
I !***?>! As a clinical social worker I often hear
I invidious comparisons between today's
I youth and those of "yesterdayear." This is
I partially attributable to the fact that we live
I in a retirement-minded community where
| there most certainly are differences between
I the young and old.
J The point to be kept in mind is that what is
functional, useful and adaptive for one
generation is not necessarily functional,
useful and adaptive for the next.
| Allow me to cite an example for
| clarification. The possession of an automobile
I by an adolescent was not seen as an im-
Iperative by most families thirty or forty
I years ago. By
Because Someone Cared
proposition parents must face is "Am I
causing harm or damage to my youngster by
imposing, rigidly, my parents' standards
onto my children?" I would argue "yes" to
that proposition if the "rigidity" factor were
An industrious, responsible youngster who
earns the privilege of purchasing an auto-
mobile is not only preparing for the head-
aches and responsibilities of the future, but is
ago. Hy contemporary standards,
however, this may not be the case today. ForN also being allowed to participate and join in
better or worse adolescent mobility has peer activities. If the youngster is mature a
J become a way of life. The troublesome enough to handle the responsibilities of Federation of Palm Beach County. laentmed

driving, and the social situations associated I
with driving, then it is virtually dangerous to I
deny the privilege to him/her. That would I
represent an unjustified and arbitrary use of I
power and might represent a confusing denial
of growth, achievement and accomplishment.
During the gasoline shortage of 1973 some,
of my colleagues in California urged parentS|
to allocate, fairly, a certain percentage of the
' family's gallons allotment to the teenager. |
Even though business requirements of Dad's|
necessitated gasoline growing up is a\
business too. And just as important. r
If the American standard of living is to be J
reduced in future years the finest example'
parents can set for their children is to see'
that it is reduced fairly and equally for all.
Perhaps in 30 years or so, in your retire-]
ment, parents, it will be nice to have a|
younger person offer you his seat on the|
Palm Beach Metro Monorail .
(The Jewish Family A Children's Service is J
i non-profit agency designed to meet the.
social, emotional and counseling needs of the.
Jewish community of Palm Beach County;,
the office is located at 2411 Okeechobee Blvd. j
Telephone number is 684-1991.)
The Jewish Family & Children's Service is\
beneficiary agency of the Jewishl
Was Beaten
Continued from Paw 7.
and lieutenants; Eugene I..
Clinton uperint*EtUfeS
Benjamin War, State CorL.-
Commissioner. H,leLorT*t'on.
Steinbock said that ,k
Lacher was being tie &
solitary confinement unit on
yarmulke issue, one of thecor^
tion officers allegedly 3
Lacher by the collar seveSH
and struck him on the ear.
Lacher also complained that
when he arrived in the conC
ment unit, he was told to
over and put his head on the
table. Several of the corritL
officers smashed Lacher's head
into the table top, he said in his
THE NEXT day. a correction
sergeant deliberately damaged
several of Lacher's personal
possessions, including some
religious articles, which were not
identified, according to the
Weekend Activities To Mark Temple Dedication
A full weekend of religious and
social activities win mark the
dedication of Temple Beth El of
Boca Raton's new SI.25 million
building. May 20-22.
The new facility, which was
designed by Delray architect,
Robert G. Currie, is located at
333 SW Fourth Ave., Boca
Raton. Constructed by Lee-Lin
Builders of Delray, the building
has been under construction for
exactly one year, with ground-
breaking held in early April,
The three-day calendar will
begin with traditional Friday
evening services in the Temple
sanctuary conducted by Rabbi
Norman T. Mandel. Guest
peaker for the evening in honor
of the occasion will be Rabbi
Alexander Schindler, president,
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, and current
president of the Presidents'
Cantor, Martin Rosen, formerly
of Oak Park, 111., will make his
first appearance on that evening.
' Dr. Glenwood Creech,
president of Florida Atlantic
University, will be guest speaker
at Saturday morning ceremonies
dedicating the Temple's Edu-
cation Wing. A banquet will be
held in the Social Hall of the new
facility that evening with an
expected attendance of over 300
members and guests.
On Sunday, May 22, from 3 to
5 p.m., the official dedication
ceremonies for the religious com-
plex will get under way. Parti-
cipating in the ceremonies will be
Paul Rogers, United States
Congressman from the State of
Florida. A reception and tour of
the premises will follow the
El's dedication weekend is
Melvin Goldberger of Pompano
Beach. Cochairpersons for the
event are Melvin Schwartz and
Mrs. Herman Herst of Boca
Raton. Program chairman is
David Kend of Boca Raton.
Albert Schiff of Highland
Beach is president of Temple
Beth El, which was formed a
short ten years ago as the Boca
Raton Hebrew Congregation by a
handful of Jewish families in the
area who expressed a desire for a
Reform Congregation. The
fledgling temple held its first
regular Sabbath services on June
30, 1067, in the. Auditorium of
Maxymount -College, now the
College of Bpca Raton. The
temple's first High Holy Day
services were held in the same
auditorium that year.
The next "temporary home"
for the growing congregation was
the Moravian Church in Boca
Raton. It was there that services
were held for the next seven
years, with religious school
classes meeting at the J. C.
Mitchell School because of un-
availability of the church
premises on certain days.
WITH THE dedication of
Temple Beth El's new building,
the religious community that
began ten years ago with a dozen
residents enters its second decade
with a still growing congregation
of more than three hundred
Other members of the con-
gregation, all residents of Boca
Raton who have played an active
role in the dedication ceremonies,
include: Banquet Chairman, Mrs.
David Kend; Dedication
Brochure cochairmen, Robert
Gesoff, Herman Herat, William
Davis; Oneg Shabbat Reception,
Col. and Mrs. Ben Lake, cochair-
man, Mrs. Barney Garber;
Saturday Reception Chairman,
Mrs. Samuel Erenstein;
Chairman. Information Hostes-
ses, Mrs. Morris Robinson;
Ushers' Committee, Louis
Goldman; Hospitality, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Berger; Community
Day Coordinator, Mrs. Samuel
Chairman of Temple Beth El's
Building Committee has been
Melvin Goldberger, with Morris
Robinson serving as cochairman.
Members of the Executive
Building Committee are Max
Drill, Leonard Hymerling and
Robert Byrnes.
The Jewish inmate reported
being told by the guards that
"Hitler had the right idea," and
by another, in a mock German
accent, that he "would make a
good lampshade.''
Steinbock told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that
damages were not specified as to
amount because that would be up
to the jury. He said "we are
asking for damages to appro-
priately compensate the inmates
for their physical, mental and
emotional damages, as well as
punitive damages''

j^TY %
,-.. Deadline
Artist's rendering of Temple Beth El of Boca Raton which will,
be dedicated May 20 22 in three-day round of activities.
TV Highlight*
"Mosaic!' a seasonal public-service program in cooperation
with WPTV-Ch. 5 and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. Shown Sundays at 10:30 am.
Hosts: Barbara Shulman and Steve Gordon.
May 22: Mike Tecora (Jewish Cooking)
May 29: Children (Jewish Education)
All copy from organizations
and individuals must be
submitted to the Federation
Office no later than 12 days
(Monday) prior to publication
(every other Friday).
Articles of current events
and activities should be 160
words or less, typewritten,
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clearly and properly identified,
together with the name of the
person submitting the story,
address, phone number and
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Photos should be b"x 7",
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to edit.
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e/o Jewish Federation
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Wet Pah* Beach. Fla. 33409
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5 Day Program
Pre-School 34-year-olds
Child mutt be 3 by Dec. 31,1977
Tuition: $52.00 per month
Registration Fes: $40.00
r shM *> hm win ceaaesm raMawei.
i liili n mini tee an

Dr. Walter Zand, AJCommittee Area Director, Dies 63
r Walter P-Zand, a ten-year
L, 0f Miami coming from
um I". Pas9ed away on
&.V 6 at the age of 63.
I Zand, director of the
rids area of the American
Q> Committee, recently
E*d l"e Jewish Communal
IZ Award for his efforts to
Come prejudice and bigotry
I promote the value of human
' r He had been a member
fyl'staff of the American
Lb Committee for 20 years
Line as Midwestern regional
Uor in Chicago and assuming
[port of Florida area director
L moving to Miami in 1967.
His career in Jewish communal
Le encompassed both the
Lish Community Center field
E in inter-group relations for
L was also an associate
Cessor of sociology at the
yersity of Miami and taught
r-group relations at the
hmi Police Department.
Zand was born in New
U the son of Russian im-
ants. He worked as an in-
(tigator for the New York
Ware Department during the
Lression and decided to study
tan relations as a consequence
Lis work there.
kft*r graduating from New
University and Brooklyn
Kge with bachelors degrees
from New York University
Columbia with masters of
Is and science degrees,
ctively, he went on to obtain
Ph.D. from Yeshiva
|kn author, he had won a first
Le award from the American
lish Historical Society for his
h entitled "Economic Life of
[jews in Port Chester (N.Y.)."
Dr. Zand was also the chair-
man of the civil rights com-
mittees of the City Club of
Chicago and the Chicago chapter
of the National Association of
Social Workers.
He is survived by wife, Estelle-
son, Dr. Lloyd Zand of Coral
Gables; daughter, Mrs. Mara
Monte of Miami and Mrs. Terri
Patitucci of Chicago; two grand-
children; a brother, H. H. Zand
of New York; sister, Ruth Levitt;
and mother, Mrs. Besse Zand of
New York.
Services were held on Sunday,
May 8 at Riverside. Interment
Mt. Nebo.
Community Calendar
MAY 23
First Day Shavuot
May 24
Second Day Shavuot
B'nai B'rith Women Medina
B'nai B'rith Women Tzedakah
B'nai B'rith Women Masada
MAY 25
Pioneer Women Golda Meir- Board
Temple Beth David Sisterhood
MAY 26
Women's American ORT -
Installation Luncheon
Workmen's Circle Board
American Jewish Congress Board
Hadassah Golda Meir Installation
Jewish Community Center
Executive Board
Jewish Federation Annual Meeting
Jewish War Veterans
Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary- Board
National Council Jewish Women Board
Women's American ORT -
Regular Executive
JCC Board
Women's American ORT Evening
Jewish Community Day School
Of Palm Beach County, Inc.
2815 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407
Is now accepting applications for
Pre-School-Full or Half Day
Kindergarten-Full Day
Grade l-Grade Vl-Elementary School
Grades Vll-VIII-Junior High School
Transportation throughout Palm Beach County
Admission Tests Required
Application Forms & Further Information-
Dr. Sidney Selig, Director
832-8423 / 4
Financial Assistance Available
Deadline May 15, 1977
"laf BflHST
ish Community Day School of Palm Beach County. Inc.
2815 N. Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach, Fla 33407
Telephone 832-8423 4
* Soneiicary Agency of The Jewish Federation of Palm B>r.
South AfRica hits Our
Racial hypocRisy
Continued from Page 1
particular. non-Whites are not
simply one homogeneous mass.
"I encountered this total lack
of understanding very often while
in America.
"Most American non-Whites
are descendents of people who
were unceremoniously uprooted
from their African homelands,
and the Black American had to
fight for his liberation for cen-
turies, a process which is not yet
"AMERICANS. therefore,
tend to view all Black peoples as
In-longing to one nation, and they
also suffer from a pronounced
guilt complex.
"Similarly, Black Americans
are today more conscious than
over liefore of their own hard-
ships and sufferings, and ap-
parently wish to take revenge."
"I have candidly told
Americans again and again that
we are not prepared to relieve
them of their guilt complex or act
as sacrificial lambs for Black
Americans wishing to take their
"APART FROM this, it is the
height of immorality to demand
from someone else something one
is not prepared to accept for
"I have often invited
Americans to indicate to me
which governmental system in
Africa they would lie prepared to
accept for America itself. I aw
still waiting for a reply.
"The American Government
knows very well and fully in-
formed of the patterns of govern-
ment in Africa. It knows very
well that virtually all African
states are authoritarian and
dictatorial, with no independent
judiciary and almost invariably
with no freedom of expression
Botha said, "The American
Government knows very well
that is the pattern in nearly all
Africa. Yet that is the pattern it
demands for US. Point International
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