The Jewish Floridian of South County


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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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v. : ill. ;
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Boca Raton, Fla


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
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The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.

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fJemsti ficridlgan
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
8008 Raton- F'"rida Friday, October 2,1981
Price 35 Cents
Federation/UJA Campaign
*!am?d Qwrmttn, Levine Named Associate Chairman
B. Baer, President of
County Jewish Fed-
nounces the appoint-
Jorman I. Stone as the
tion-UJA 1982
i chairman and of Abner
the 1982 Campaign
> Chairman.
lampaign Chairman and
date Chairman directs
ance (lifts Cabinet, and
eral Campaign Cabinet
i comprised of the men's
ben campaign chairpeo-
he regional chairpeople.
; a graduate of Franklin
shall College and Colum-
i-ersity Graduate School
tv chemistry. He built a
business which he sold
Ige of 38 and retired. He
It of retirement to be a
stockbroker and rose to be
corporate officer of H. Hentz and
Company, the second oldest
brokerage firm on Wall Street.
On Long Island, he was a di-
rector of the Valley National
Bank, a board member of the
Commonwealth United Cor-
poration, a founder of the
Seawane Club on Hewlett
Harbor, an officer of B'nai B'rith
Lodge No. 1353, a member of the
National Economic Opportunity
Commission, and a Boy Scout
troop chairman.
Stone retired to Boca Raton in
1973 and served as a volunteer in
the emergency room of the Boca
Raton Hospital for three years.
He helped start the blood bank in
Boca Raton and was active in the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth El.
He is a vice president of
Florida Atlantic University,
Friends of the Library, a vice
president of the South County
Jewish Federation, secretary of
the Broken Sound Golf Club, a
member of the Distinguished
Artists Series Committee of
Temple Beth El and the Endow-
ment Fund Committee of the
South County Jewish Federation.
Stone has recently retired for
the third time from his position
with the local office of the broker-
age firm of Oppenheimer and
Levine is a part-time resident
of Lawrence, Long Island. He re-
sides at the Delaire Country Club
of Delray Beach. He is a former
ml 1 V .^aaflaaaW^
If ^mjr i
f r I
Norman I. Stone
trustee, fire and police com-
missioner of the Village of Law-
sbrew University To
ild Gala Ball Dec. 1
Administration Still
Voicing Threats If
AWACS Sale Fails on Hill
K. Grosberg, Boca
elray Beach Chapter
kt of the American
f the Hebrew University
s the first annual din-
ball benefiting the He-
liversity at the Delaire
Club on Tuesday, Dec.
ling to Grosberg, the
I will be highlighted by a
peaker, shortly to be an-
[tonally, Irving N. Rifkin,
of the Board of Trus-
the Boca Raton-Delray
papier reports the dinner
is still in formation:
uuld have our listing of
and leaders of the area
erg notes, "The Bocc
)elray Beach com-
i have been responding to
ner it promises to be
be gala functions of the
iner, black tie optional,
sumptuous hors
Merwin K. Grosberg
d'oeuvres, dinner and excellen.
dancing music.
Invitations will shortly be
mailed for the affair. "As attend-
ance is limited, reservations
should be made early," notes Rif-
(JTA) The Reagan Ad-
ministration continues to
imply that Congressional
rejection of its proposal to
sell Saudi Arabia AWACS
and other sophisticated
weapons might affect the
new strategic cooperation
agreement between Israel
and the United States
worked out during Premier
Menachem Begin's visit to
This statement, according to
Fischer, is that "the failure of the
Senate to sustain the AWACS
sale would be a major setback to
US. policy in the Middle East.
He added that "it would have
serious implications for overall
policy in the area."
BUT FISCHER denied there
was any "linkage" between the
AWACS sale and the strategic
agreement. He said the Haig
statement did not contradict a
statement by State Department
m okesman Alan
Deputy spokesman /nan Rom-
that there was "no strict
conditionality" between approval
of the AWACS sale and imple-
mentation of the strategic coop-
eration agreement. However,
Fischer noted that rejection of
the AWACS sale would have im-
plications for a "good many
strategic considerations" in the
Middle East.
Fischer said Haig discussed
the AWACS and the strategic
cooperation with Begin when the
two held a surprise meeting in
New York shortly before the Pre-
mier left the country to return to
Israel. But he said he could not
divulge any details about the
meeting. Haig asked for the
meeting, postponing a scheduled
State Department reception for
West Berlin Mayor Richard von
The Department spokesman
said the meeting was held to "re-
view the results" of Begin's 10-
day visit to the U.S. and Haig's
four-day trip to Europe, in-
cluding his meeting in Spin with
Crown Prince Fahd ot Saudi
Arabia. (Begin, who has returned
to Israel, declined to discuss his
Continued on Page 6
Now is The Time to Write a Letter
Abner Levine
rence and was president of the
Lawrence Golf Club. He has also
served as chairman of the leaders
club of the Five Towns Com-
munity Chest and was a vice
president of that organization.
He is presently honorary member
of the board of directors.
Levine is a veteran leader of
the South Shore UJA Federation
campaign and is presently a
member of its executive com-
mittee. He is past chairman of
the Temple Beth El of Cedar-
hurst, New York-UJA campaign.
Together with Howard Samuels
with whom he served as co-chair-
man, he helped to found the high-
ly successful greater New York
Mobilization Campaign, an effort
which yearly accounts for several
million dollars. He is a vice presi-
dent of the South County Jewish
Levine is active politically and
is a member of the National
Council of the American Israel
Public Affairs Committee
(AIPAC) and was the National
Chairman of Finance and the
New York State Chairman of
George McGovern's Presidential
Campaign. He was also the chair-
man of finance during Howard
Samuel's candidacy for Governor
of New York State.
In "firing the appointment,
Baer stressed the enormity and
the importance of the job. "The
campaign will succeed or fail de-
pending on the competency of the
people filling these two key
positions. With Norman Stone as
Chairman and with Abby Levine
as Associate Chairman, I look
forward to a spectacular 1962
Federation-U JA campaign.
Senator Lawton M. Chiles
Room 443
Russell Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, D.C. 20610
Congressman Dan Mica
2407 Rayburn Bldg
Washington, D.C. 20210
Senator Paula Hawkins
New Senate Office Bldg
Washington, D.C. 20610
Secretary of State Haig re-
cently announced that he expects
up to 12 senators who presently
support the resolution in oppo-
sition to the sale of the AWACS
package to Saudi Arabia to
change their minds and to vote
with the President.
The American Israel Political
Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the
Israeli lobby in Washington, in-
dicates that it will be a very dose
vote, but there is a very good
chance that the package can be
Rose Rifkin, Chairperson of the
AWACS Task Force of the Com-
munity Relations Council
stresses that letters to our Sen-
ators can make a difference in
this final vote.
Presently both Florida Sen-
ators and Representatives Mica
have signed the resolutions in
opposition to the sale in the
House and the Senate. Political
pundits feel that Senator Haw-
kins, being a newly elected
Republican Senator will receive
the most pressure from President
Reagan to change her position.
The AWACS Task Force of the
CRC urges people to continue the
letter writing campaign so that
our representatives will know
that there is broad public support
in opposition to the sale.
The Miami Herald and the
Boca Raton News have editorial-
ly opposed the sale. Prominent
and knowledgeable Americans
including ex-CIA Director Stans-
field Turner have spoken out
against supplying this military
equipment to Saudi Arabia.
It is expected that the House
will easily paaa its resolution of
opposition to the President's
plan. The Senate vote will be the
crucial and deciding factor. All
citizens are urged to make their
positions known to their Sen-
The AWACS Task Force Com-
mittee includes Ruth Ackerman,
Lois Cohen and Elbe Specter as
well as its Chairman, Rose Rif-

Page 2
The Jewish FlorkUan of South County
B'nai B'rith Women. Boca
Raton Chapter, will hold its
opening meeting of the season on
Thursday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m. at
Temple Beth El, 333 S.W. 4th
Ave., Boca Raton. A special pro-
gram entitled, "Growth of a
Nation," will be presented by The
Shalom Singers and Dancers of
Margate. They are a group of
enormously talented ladies who
specialize in Chasidic. Hebrew,
and Israeli songs and folk dances.
Husbands and guests are cor-
dially invited. For additional
information, call Mickey Gelman.
Delray Lodge 2965 of B'nai
B'rith Men invite the public to its
October 27, 7:30 p.m. meeting
which will take place at Temple
Emeth. The theme of the meeting
will be "The Future of the West
Bank." There will be a film from
Israel which will not only give
both sides of the issue, but it will
present interviews as well as
actual scenes of events which
have made world news. There will
be a discussion about the movie,
and audience participation will be
encouraged. Admission is free.
Bring your friends!
The next meeting of the Tem-
ple Emeth Singles will take place
on Monday. Oct. 12 at 12 noon.
Guest speaker: Ms. Margaret
Jacques. Senior Broker, Alan
Bush Brokerage Co. Her topic
will be, "Inflation What to do
Now." Ms. Jacques will once
again devote most of her program
to the question and answer
period. Please come, and don't
forget to have your questions
ready. Refreshments will be
served. All mature singles are
welcome to join.
Sisterhood of Temple Emeth,
Delray Beach, will meet Thurs-
day. Oct. 1, 12 noon. Guest
speaker will be Ms. Blanche
Herzlich who will review the
book, the "Covenant." On Sun-
day. Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m.. the Sis-
terhood will sponsor a Simchat
Torah Dance. The Dance will be
held at the Temple. Refreshments
will be served. For tickets and in-
formation, call Ida Lowenbraum.
Free Sons of Israel, Delray
Beach Lodge 224, will hold its
next meeting on Monday. Oct. 5.
7 p.m., at the American Savings
Bank on Atlantic Avenue. The
annual picnic will be held on
Tuesday, Oct. 20 suiting at 11
a.m. at Lake Ida Park. A box
lunch will be provided at a cost of
$4 per person. You will have your
choice of chicken or fish, and a
drink. Please call Izzy Siegel and
let him know your selection.
Beersheba Club Pioneer
Women, will hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 1
p.m. at the Community Center,
50 N.W. 1st Ave., Delray Beach.
Coffee hour will be at 12 noon.
There will be a report on the Pio-
neer Women's Convention. An
interesting question and answer
fieriod will follow.
Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
Schedule of Events: Oct. 4, Sun-
day night. Bowling party at F sh-
ip Lanes in Boynton Beach. Supper
i and three games. For more de-
2 tails and tickets, call Fran Arou-
se ovitz; Oct. 22 Luncheon and
card party at Sun Wah's. Please
join us for an enjoyable af-
ternoon. For further information
or reservations, call Florence
" Elias or Elaine Bresloff; Oct. 26
i Monday, 12 noon. Regular
2 meeting at the American Savings
2 Bank on Atlantic Avenue. Pro-
gram for this meeting will feature
Berte Ackerman in a "Pot
Pourri" of songs, Elaine Silver
will accompany. All are welcome.
Call Edythe Laber, Program
Chairman, for further informa-
> tion.
. Men'a Club of Temple Sinai
The regular meeting of the Men's
Club of Temple Sinai will be held
on Tuesday, Oct. 6. 7:30 p.m. at
the American Savings Bank near
Kings Point. Retired Colonel Lou
Robbins will show and narrate
Organization In The News
For Further Information on
Area Organizations, Call
South County Jewish Federation,
in Boca Raton, 368-2737
slides taken on his recent trip to of Atlantic Avenue, just east of
China. Members are invited to the main gate of Kings Point,
bring their wives and friends. Re- Our speaker will be Ken LeClerc,
freahments will be served. For in- who represents South County '
formation, call Lou Lefkowitz. Mental Health Center Communi-,
this year will include "Shake-
speare Alive." American
Theatre," "Women Face to
Face," "Interpersonal Re-
lationships," and "Compulsive
Eating-Weight Control."
Continuing from previous years
are courses in literature, French
conversation, Yiddish, Psycho-
logy Today, music, art, Caldwell
Theatre with Michael Hall, and
political and religious discussion
their fields.
"Put i
The guest speaker t th. o- i
14 meeting wfll be Eatffg
wartz, past National ftwkjJf;
the Brandeis Women's Seifc
tee. Refreshments wiU beS'
The chapter president, H
Spector extends an invitation?;
the members to bring guesta.
All Points Chapter of Women's
American ORT will sponsor an
exciting overnight to Sandpiper
Bay on Oct. 13-14. Included will
be two dinner theatre attractions.
Cost will be $105.
Boca Century Chapter will
hold its next meeting on Wednes-
day, Oct. 14 at the Community
Room of the Town Center in Boca
Raton, at 2 p.m.
Boca Eaat Chapter will hold its
opening meeting on Monday,
Oct. 12. at the Town Center Com-
munity Room, Boca Raton, at
10:30 a.m. The guest speaker will
be Mr. Kenneth Brown, Vice
President of Dean Witter Rey-
nolds Inc.. and manager of the
Glades Branch Office. Boca
Raton. Mr. Brown's topic will be
"Investing and Investments."
Refreshments will be served, and
guests are welcome.
Delray Chapter Schedule of
Events: Oct. 12 Gigantic rum-
mage sale. Parking lot of First
Federal Reserve Bank, Military
Trail and Atlantic Avenue.
Please bring clean, useful articles
very early in the morning, before
9 a.m.; Oct. 28 Regular meet-
ing. This time we are in a new
place American Savings Bank
ty Services.
The Boca Raton Chapter of the
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee has ar-
ranged a series of short trips
during the fall and winter season.
Under their auspices, members
and their friends will be going to
Key West, Sarasota, Disney
World and the Yucatan Penin-
sula. The first trip is scheduled
for Oct. 12 to 13 and it will be an
all-inclusive bus trip to Key West
featuring tours of the city and a
boat cruise. For further informa-
tion, you may call 499-0414 or
The opening meeting of the
Boca Raton Chapter of the Bran-
deis University National Wom-
en's Committee will be held on
Wednesday. Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. at
Temple Beth-El in Boca Raton.
This annual fall showcase event
will feature the presentation of
the chapter's Study Group pro-
gram for 1981-82. The course
catalog has been sent out to
members by calling the Chair-
man, Eleanor Polsky of Boca
Raton or the Co-Chairman
Eleanor Seltzer of Delray Beach.
Exciting new study groups for
Religious Directory
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conservative. Phone 392-
8666. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Cantor Benjamin B. Adler. Sabbath Ser
vices: Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
551 Brittany L., Kings Point. Delray Beach. Fla. 33446. Orthodoi
Harry Silver. President. Services daily 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays and
holidays 9 a.m. Phone 499-7407.
Conservative Services at First Federal Savings & Loan Association
Offices, West Atlantic. Corner Carter Road. Delray Beach. Fridays 8
P.M. & Oneg Shabbat. Saturdays. 9 A.M. & Kiddush. Edward Dor-
fman. President, 6707 Moonlit Drive. Delray Beach. Fla. 33446. Phone
499-6687. Rabbi Jonah J. Kahn 499-4182. Cantor David Wechsler 49
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton. Fl. 33432. Reform. Phone: 391-
8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Cantor Martin Rosen. Summer schedule
Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:16 p.m.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 134. Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Located in Century Village, Boca. Services 5:30 p.m.. Saturday 9 am
Nathan Weiner. President. 483-5557 9 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Conservative
Phone: 498-3636. Bernard A. Silver. Rabbi: Irving Zummer. Cantor
Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Daily Mmvans
at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Reform.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901. Delray Beach. Fla. 33444. Friday at
8:16 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver. President Bernard Etish 278-3715.
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.October 2. 1981
On this &n& that
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 3
Executive Director
n the woes of partially editing
-wspaper! For many reasons
. favorite president has always
Harry S. Truman not the
of which is his favorite
lement. If you can't take the
;, get out of the kitchen."
Irhia week I raceiveda rather
j telephone call from a rep-
Bitive of the B'nai B'rith
i Lodge, since we published a
i to the Editor in our last
by a representative of
local organization com-
.Jng that the Noah Lodge did
l cooperate in clearing a date
r meeting on our local Com-
ity Calendar.
I hereby solemly state that the
tinting of a letter to the editor in
\t Floridian does not connote
t The Floridian, the Fed
i or its partial editor. Bruce
karshal. endorses the contents
[But the Noah Lodge rep-
nutive asked a legitimate
ition. In the name of har
ny within the Jewish com-
nity, why did I not refuse to
|nnt the letter. That is a ques-
i worth answering publicly.
I Before that can be done, the
structure of The Floridian must
be understood by the general
community. It is not a Fed-
eration paper. It is privately
owned by Fred Shochet Pub-
lications based in Miami Mr.
Shochet publishes an in-
dependent edition in Miami and
six other editions for Federations
throughout the States of Florida
and Louisiana.
His editors choose all of the
national news as well as columns
of opinions that appear in the
newspaper. The editorials also
represent the opinions of his
editors and not of the local Fed-
I personally am responsible for
all local news with the help of my
extremely able secretary Maxine
Figler. The publicity chairpeople
of the many South County
organizations work closely with
Maxine in feeding us news
It is our responsibility to edit
the extensive publicity releases
that we receive weekly. Hopefully
we do this in a competent manner
based on journalistic con-
Now back to the kitchen and
the heat. I am also responsible for
publishing Letters to the Editor.
It is my firm policy that I, or this
Federation, will never be a put in
a position of acting as a com-
rfkowitz Named Chairman of CRC

a vigorous CRC council in this
coming year."
munity censor. Short of open de-
famation of character or of abso-
lute ludicrous content, it is our
policy to print all letters to the
editor that we receive.
It is very tempting to act as
the community's protector. It is
very tempting to judge what is
good and what is not good for the
unity of the Jewish community,
t is also a drastically dangerous
journalistic stance. An open for-
um within the Jewish community
may sometimes sting. A given
letter may at times be unjust, but
is far better to live with this than
to live with the aesthetic and
moral judgment of one person
who would control what would be
The circulation of The
Floridian is now approaching
7.000. and we expect that our
circulation will rise close to
10.000 within the coming
months. This represents ap-
proximately one-half the' cir-
culation of a community paper
such as the Boca Raton News. It
is not a small endeavor. We at the
Federation are very please to be
able to subsidize the existence of
The Floridian as a public service.
A vibrant, free and open
Anglo-Jewish press is essential to
the health of a Jewish com-
munity. I take my responsibility
as the editor of the local content
of this newspaper quite seriously.
1 am sure that in the future I will
receive more heat for other
editorial decisions. I am resigned
to the fact that this is the Star of
David that every Jewish editor
must bear.
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children will absolutely love it as
a delicious hot lunch and as a
tasty dinner side-dish. And so
will the adults! Either way you
serve it, getting the children to
eat is as easy as Aleph Bez!
lu Lefkowitz
James B. Baer, President of
South County Jewish Fed-
tion announces the appoint-
nt of Lou Lefkowitz as the
S2 chairman of the Com-
nity Relations Council of
uth County.
he Council is comprised of
resentatives of the over 50 in-
ndent Jewish organizations
[South County. It is maintained
the Federation as a cc-
inating body to serve the
ith County Jewish community
world Jewry. The CRC main-
s standing subcommittees in
areas of Soviet Jewry, Israel,
domestic concerns. The
ACS task force of the CRC
been active in support of
lation to deny the sale of en-
military equipment to
'di Arabia.
Ufkow itz retired from the tex-
business in 1974 and moved
Kings Point. He was a vice
lent of the UJA in New
City and on the Board of
'tees of the Hebrew Taber-
* in New York.
Lefkowitz was also honoary
ident of the Lodger Young
n's Benevolent Society, a
up that built five different
tidings in Israel, as well as
wg active in the Intimate Ap-
Square Club. In South
unty, he is active in Demo-
tic Party Politics and is a
mber of the Board of Directors
Temple Sinai of Delray He is
'ed to his wife, Gertrude,
has one son residing in New
In making the appointment,
*er commented, "Lou 1-efko-
Jtz is noted for his ability in or-
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y. October 2
Jewish Floridian
Mica Meets With Prime Minister Begin of Israel
o' Houlh County
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Friday, October 2, 1981
Volume 3
Number 20
Yom Kippur
The chant of Kol Nidrei will be heard in syna-
gogues throughout the world on (October 7) Wed-
nesday evening, ushering in Yom Kippur, the last of
the High Holy Days.
From the most humble congregation to our
gloriously-built temples, from gatherings in lands
where Jews must whisper for fear of their survival to
pioneer outposts in Israel, the chant will call us to a
spiritual stock-taking.
The universal, complelling force of Yom Kippur
has as much meaning for us today as it did in our
ages-old* past. Perhaps more than any other Jewish
holiday, the Day of Atonement evokes a spirit of awe
in the heart of every Jew.
In the chanting of "Uv-chen Tayn Pachdecha,*'
we implore: "And put Thine awe on all Thy crea-
tures, that they may all form one force to do Thy
will." Here, the meaning of Judaism aspires toward
total identification with its highest belief.
And. in this aspiration, all Jews recognize the
essential unity of their faith. In direct contrast, there
can be no greater tribute to the dignity of the indi-
vidual Jew.
Yom Kippur, according to tradition in the day
on which man's fate is sealed for the year to come. On
Rosh Hashana, it is merely recorded and, during the
Ten days of Penitence, we make one final effort to as-
sure our favor in the eyes of God. But it is a further
tribute to the Jew that his faith transcends the irre-
vocable nature of fate.
Congressman Dan Mica. (I) .
| Florida), a member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, was
among those who met with Prime
Minister Menachem Begin of
Israel during his visit to Capitol
Mica and other members of the
House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee had the opportunity to
discuss several items of mutal
concern with Prime Minister
Begin. Included in those dis-
cussions were the issues of the
sale of AWACs planes to Saudi
Arabia, the Middle East situ-
ation, and Israeli and American
Within the next few weeks, the -
House Foreign Affairs Com- Congressman Don Mica
mittee will be considering the matter,
proposed AWACs sale prior to Mica stated^ regarding
the full House taking up this Begin visit,
It was indeed a
pleasure to meet with
Minister Begin and hear
views on many of the issues i
are of direct concern to Ishj.,,
Israel has long been a faithfulil
alley of the United Statesi 21
their security should be a bS
consideration in any moves 3
make in the Mideast."
Regarding the AWACs s>u|
Congressman Mica noted "itkl
always difficult to predictl
whether any measure will btl
approved by Congress. However!
at the present time, I do not btl
lieve there is sufficient support ml
either body for the sale oubeeJ
high technology aircraftg tol
Saudi Arabia. I know that I ou-l
not support such a sale not ooJtI
because of the effect it would I
have on Israel but the effect oil
such a sale on the United]
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Brailowsky Flown to Internal
Exile from Moscow Prison
NEW YORK-(JTAr-Dr. Viktor Brailovsky, held in
a Moscow prison since his June trial for "anti-Soviet defa-
mation," has been flown out to internal exile in an area
notorious in Czarist times as a place where political
prisoners were sent to expire by slow death, according to
the Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry and Union of
Councils for Soviet Jews. The 46-year-old unofficial Jew-
ish cultural leader and cyberneticist was taken to the town
of Beindinen Gosdinidsa, in Kazakastan, near the Iranian
border on the Caspian Sea.
The unusual fact that Brailovsky was flown into
exile, rather than taken by very slow prisoner railway
convoy, may indicate a serious deterioration in his health,
the SSSJ and UCSJ said.
1 I
1 I
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Do you know anyone who has recently
moved to South County?
We want to invited them to a Welcome Supper.

Jewish mothers (and fathers) have traditionally boasted, and justifi-
ably st), about their children's professional achievements. But in how many
parts of the world can a Jewish parent proudly proclaim: "Meet my son, T
Certainly Scotland must stand in the forefront. In recent
years Scotland produced three Jewish Knights, two Jewish Mem-
bers ^ Parliament, a Lord Provost (mayor), and the only Jewish
pipe-band in the entire world!
Of course Scotland's most famous product is scotch whisky.
And America's favorite scotch is J&B. We carefully select the fin-
est scotches and blend them U >r smoothness and subtlety. The
result is why we say that J&B whispers.
Incidentally, you don't have CO wait until your son becomes
a Knight or your daughter a l>.ime in order to enjoy JckB. Any
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Irnfry, October 2. 1961
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 5
The Mental Health Association Announces
Three Programs for the Public
Agoraphobics Anonymous
If you suffer panic attacks at
eor in public places
If you avoid shopping, driv-
L or going out,
You are not alone. You may
gveAgoro phobia.
Help is available.
The Mental Health Associa-
! of Palm Beach County, Inc.,
Iponsors Agorophobics
loonymous, a self-help mutual
npport group. The group meets
Lgy Wednesday night at 8 p.m.
H the following locations: The
Mental Health Association, 909
Fern Street, West Palm Beach;
thesda Memorial Hospital
(JEW NEW Beginning Oct. 7,
815 S. Seacrest Blvd., Boynton
There is no charge for Agorop-
bics Anonymous meetings.
ntact your Mental Health As-
ration, 909 Fern Street, West
palm Beach, 276-3581.
Public Education Program
The Mental Health Associa-
ion of Palm Beach County, Inc.,
ounces a four-week course on
iful Living through Self
nigement with Betty Mack,
H.A., M.Ed. The course is
signed to increase life effec-
mness through expanding self
Program sessions are every
Monday evening beginning Oct.
through Nov. 2, from 7:30
mil 9:30 p.m. and will be held at
Delray Beach Board of
eltors Building, 47 S.E. Fifth
^venue, Delray Beach. Pre-
tration is required. Program
MHA-Members, $15, Non-
members, $25.
The four sessions will include:
You Do What You Do -
ABC's of self-management
Effective, Behavioral and Cog-
pitive) Do you like where you
? Do you find yourself
Ding around in circles about
ome life issues? Does your
always agree with your
Jrart'.' Understanding Others
nd Helping Them Understand
tou What kinds of signals do
|ou give others? Are you
quently misunderstood?
phen was the last time some-
dy really listened to you?
Bow's your love life? The
Nychology Of Money How do
Jou relate to money? How can
ou. start managing your money
kstead of letting it manage you?
Are your monetary decisions
bgical, emotional, spur-of-the-
oment, or well-planned?
petting What You Want Out Of
Mfc Goal Achievement
How efficiently do you use your
ne or energy? How can you
|M what you want?
Continued from Page 1
Heeling with Haig.
AT THE same time Fischer
Penied that he had told reporters
pile briefing them in Europe
flut Fahd had raised no objec-
ons to the U.S.-Israeli strategic
operation agreement. The
audis had denounced this re-
Fischer said that he told re-
nters that Fahd had expressed
"pport when Haig discussed
'S. efforts to enhance regional
~*urity in the Middle East. He
H'd that Haig had also talked
f bout the complementary Saudi
ports and the U.S.-Israeli agree-
ment in the context of meeting
|ie Soviet threat to the region.
Haig was expected to be
.'osely questioned about these
toues when he testified before
fe Senate Foreign Relations
Pommittee on general U.S. for-
Tgn policy. He was expected to
ake a strong statement in sup-
prt of the AWACS sale, al-
.tough the Committee's official
parings en that issue were not
^pected till later this month.
To register or for further infor-
mation, contact the Mental
Health Association, 909 Fern
Street, West Palm Beach, 276-
Panel Discussion
Announcing Reach
Self-Help Group
The Mental Health Associa-
tion of Palm Beach County, Inc.,
announces a panel discussion
entitled, "The Family of the
Mentally Disturbed Needs Help
too! Help is within Reach," to be
held Monday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m.
in the Mental Health Association
Building, 909 Fern Street, West
Palm Beach. The new Reach pro-
gram will be described and
followed by a panel discussion
focusing on problems faced by
the families of those suffering
from mental illness. Emphasis
will be on how the family can
cope with emotional crises and
maintain good mental health. A
question and answer period will
Panelists will be: William
Brockman, ID., Minn.), Director
of Training for the Center for
Pastoral Counseling and Human
Development; Gary Eisenman,
Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist;
Katherine McRae, Community
Resource Development Specialist
at the Community Mental Health
Center; and Stephanie Stocki,
ACSW, Clinical Social Worker.
Lynn James of the Mental
Health Association Board of Di-
rectors, will moderate.
Reach, meaning reassurance to
each is a program which will pro-
vide a community of support for
families of the mentally ill. It is a
self-help-mutual support group
that focuses on the unique needs
and problems relatives encounter
when faced with the crisis of
mental illness in the family.
Reach provides information, edu-
cation, and the warm support of
others who have experienced
similar situation.
There is no charge for the pro-
gram. For further information,
call the Mental Health Associa-
tion, 276-3581.

To All My Friends
May You Be Inscribed and Sealed for
A Year of Health, Happiness and Shalom,
. Peace! For Israel and the Entire World.
5742 1981,1982
Paid By Bill Markham For U.S. Senate Campaign Committee.

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, October?
Community Calandar
Oct. 4
Temple Beth El, 10:30 a.m., cemetery pilgrimage Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, bowling party.
Oct. 5
Brandeis Women-Boco, board meeting Hadassah Boca Mariv,
1 p.m. board meeting South County Jewish Federation,
Presidents Meeting, Update '82, 9 a.m. Diomond Club, 9:30
a.m. meeting Free Sons of Israel, 7 p.m. meeting.
Oct. 6
B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge. 9 30 a.m. meeting South
County Jewish Community Day School, 8 p.m. board meeting
Temple Emeth, 7 p.m. board meeting Hadassah Menachem
Begin, 9:15 a.m. board meeting Pioneer WomenBeersheba,
12 noon meeting ORT-Sandlefoot, 1 p.m. board meeting
B'ani B'rith Women-Naomi, 12 noon board meeting Temple
Sinai Men's Club, 7:30 p. m meeting
Oct. 7
Oct. 8
Oct. 9
Delray Beach Council of Histadrut, meeting.
Oct. 10
South County Jewish Federation, 7 p.m. Leadership Develop-
ment* B'nai B'rith Worn en-Delray, 6 p.m. Joi Alai.
Oct. 11
South County Jewish Federation-UJA Mission South County
Jewish Federation-Doctors and Dentists Brunch.
Oct. 12
Hodassah-Aviva Trip Brandeis Women, Trip South County
Jewish Federotion-UJA Mission SUKKOT EVE: COLUMBUS DAY:
Temple Emeth Singles, 12 noon meeting Diamond Club, 9:30
am meeting Jewish War Veterans-Snyder Tokson, 11:30 a.m.
Ladies Auxiliary Luncheon ORT-Boca East, 10 a.m. meeting
Temple Beth El, 10 a.m. adult education ORT-Delray, Rum-
mage Sale.
Oct. 13
SUKKOT 1st day
Oct. 14
SUKKOT-2nd day
Oct. 15
Hadassah Ben Gurion, 12 noon meeting ORT Regional, 10
am executive board meeting Temple Beth El, Brotherhood-
Executive Board meeting, 8 p.m. South County Jewish
Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Trip B'nai
B'rith Women Boca, meeting B'nai B'nth-Delray Lodge, 10
a.m. board meeting
Oct. 16
South County Jewish Federation-UJAmission Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, Trip.
Oct. 17
South County Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, Trip Temple Beth El-Young Adults, p.m. meeting.
Oct. It
Temple Beth El Brotherhood. 8:30 am meeting* South County
Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai Sisterhood, Trip
B'noi B'rith Noah Lodge, 9 a.m. breakfast meeting B'nai B'rith
Olympic XI, 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood
Oct. 19
B'nai B'rith Women Boca, 10a.m. board meeting South County
Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Smoi Sisterhood, Trip
DiomondClub.9:30 a.m. meeting B'noi B'rith Women Naomi,
12 noon meeting.
Oct. 20
B'nai B'nth-Boca Teeca lodge. 9:30 a.m. board meeting South
County Jewish Federation-UJA mission Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, Trip Pioneer Women-Zipporoh, 10 a.m. board
meeting ORT-A 11 Points, 12:30 p.m. meeting.
Oct. 21
Oct. 22
Hadassah Boca Moriv, 12:30 p m. meeting Temple Beth El
Sisterhood, meeting Temple Beth El, 8 p.m. board meeting
South County Jewish Federation-uio mission Temple Emeth
Brotherhood, 930 o.m. meeting Temple Emeth Brotherhood.
7 30 p.m. boord meeting B'nai B'rith Women-Naomi, 4:30
p.m. dinner and show Temple Smai Sisterhood, Luncheon and
card party.
Oct. 24
Temple Beth El-Young Adult, p.m. meeting.
Oct. 25
Temple Beth El. 8 p.m lecture forum series-Aaron David
Rosenboum Temple Emeth Brotherhood. 9:30 am breakfast
meeting Temple Emeth Sisterhood, 7:30 p.m. Simchat Toroh
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.October 2,1981
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 7
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Page 8
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Fridy. October
Joint Control Proposed
AWACS Owner Plan With Arabs
(JTA) Secretary of State
Alexander Haig rejected a
compromise proposal by
Sen. John Glenn (D., Ohio)
that the U.S. and Saudi
Arabia share "joint" own-
ership and control of the
five AWACS reconnais-
sance planes the Reagan
Administration proposes to
B'nai Mitzvah
Lainie Nadel
On Saturday morning, October
10, Lainie Nadel, daughter of
Rene*- and Joel Nadel, will be
called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bat
Mitzvah. Lainie is a student of
Boca Raton Academy and at-
tends the Temple Beth El Reli-
gious School.
Family members sharing in the
Simcha are Lainie's brothers,
Philip and Evan; Grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gershen of
Roslyn Heights, N.Y., and Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Finkelstein of Del-
ray Beach. Lainie's great grand-
mother, Anna Gershen of Bronx,
NY, will also attend. Out of town
guests include Aunt and Uncle,
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Marek and
cousins Margie and David, from
Tiburon.Cal., and Aunt and
Uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Nadel and cousin Russell of San
Diego. Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. Nadel will host a
reception that evening in Lainie's
Lainie is also doing the Bat
Mitzvah in absentia for Bella
Lurie, a 13-year-old Russian child
unable to celebrate her own Bat
sell to the Saudis.
Haig, testifying before the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, said the $8.5 billion
arms package which includes the
AWACS, Sidewinder missiles
and enhancement equipment for
Saudi Arabia's 62 F-15 fighter-
bombers, was worked out after
long negotiations by both the
Carter and Reagan Administra-
tions and represents "the op-
timum arrangement."
Expressing confidence that the
Senate will not reject the propos-
al, Haig said he believed the
secret transfer arrangements
worked out will meet the con-
cerns of the Senators. He said
Administration officials will be
discussing these proposals
privately with each Senator.
BUT HAIG warned the com-
mittee that what is at "stake" in
the Senate's vote on the proposal
is "this nation's capability to de-
velop a strategy" that will ad-
vance Middle East peace and
meet the threats to the region
from the Soviet Union and its
surrogates. He warned the Sena-
tors against rejecting the foreign
policy of "an American Presi-
Haig's appearance before the
committee was on the Middle
East situation in general, but his
prepared statement and the
questions put to him by the Sen-
ators dealt mainly with the
AWACS issue. Sen. Charles
Percy (R.. 111.1. chairman of the
Foreign Relations Committee,
Michael Cruig KUuftld
On Saturday. October 3,
Michael Craig Klasfeld, son of
Ilene and Jon Klasfeld, will be
called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bar
Michael is a student of Boca
Middle School and attends the
Temple Beth El Religious School.
Family members sharing in the
Simcha include Michael's
brother. Alan, grandparents.
Laura Mersand of Delray Beach
and Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Klasfeld of Fort Lauderdale.
Mich, "l's hobbies are com-
puters, iungeons and dragons,
reptiles, swimming and basket-
Mr. and Mrs. Klasfeld will host
a reception that evening in
Michael's honor.
said a hearing devoted specially
to the Administration's arms sale
package would be scheduled for
later this month. Meanwhile, the
Senators will be able to inspect
an AWACS aircraft at Andrews
Air Force Base near Washington.
Glenn told Haig that if he ap-
proved the compromise the Ohio
legislator suggested, "I think
you can sell this on the Senate
floor in 10 minutes." He also said
he believes Israel would be satis-
fied with such a compromise.
Sen. Rudy Boschwiu (R
agreed with Glenn on that
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V, October 2,1961
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
>r ^xzxxyr-
lational Biennial Convention Oct. 26
log with them the state-
of Jerusalem's Mayor,
jv Kollek, that "the vital role
ORT plays in vocational
i is well-known through-
I world, South Palm Beach
ty Region of Women's
in ORT delegates will
ion Oct. 25 for the 26th Na-
| Biennial Convention to be
[in New York City Oct. 26
(h 29. Some 1,200 dele-
representing 145,000
of Women's Ameiican
J in over 1,250 chapters from
; to coast, as well as distin-
I guests from this country
[overseas, will attend the
ention s plenary sessions,
m and workshops.
lembers of the South faim
Region delegation are:
Siegel. President, South
Beach Region, Natalie
Chairman of the Ex-
iivc Committee, Frieda
fowitz, President Boca
y Chapter, Susan Zipper,
dent Hoca East Chapter,
ly Donshik, President North
i Chapter, and Sylvia Breit-
| President Delray Chapter.
Siegel, who heads the
I delegation said, "Women's
American UK'l s crucial libth
National Convention will focus
on the challenges the Jewish peo-
ple will face in the coming cen-
tury. In the decades before us,
more and more Jews all over the
world will require ORT's services
and help; and we of Women's
American ORT will engage in the
discussions that will lay the
groundwork for giving them the
aid they need. We will continue to
be, as we have been for the last
101 years, the vocational and
technical education program of
the Jewish people."
Betty Siegel
(Nov. 26-29)

(Nov. 25-29)
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|Tutor Corp.
nne Bobick, President of
|South County Jewish
unity Day School, an-
the formation of a
Tutor Corps.
. Bobick indicates that the
chool is now starting its
year of operation as an
Indent school. An ex-
staff of Judaica and
teachers provide an in-
, enriched program in both
broximately two and a
kr hours are spent on Judaic
is and 45 minutes are spent
pn specialty subjects, (e.g.)
L art, physical education.
[ and one-half hours are de-
exclusively for secular
Bobick indicates that at
the School needs volun-
' assist with the teaching
nning Hebrew, and a bi-
I tutor who could teach a
speaking youngster
Reading and math
[are needed for grades two
li four. The School is also
ped in finding volunteers
p a musical instrument,
Kiolin, clarinet or flute to
prs on an individualized
Judaic music teachers and
tors of Israeli folk dances
^lso be greatly welcomed.
time of day will depend
[the subject matter being
Wf call the Day School at
I- and ask to speak to
. chlaft, Director of the
for further information.
jm wishes you a
happy new year
filled with peace
and contentment
We hope the coming months will be
filled with many shining moments.
Including the warmth of new friendships
and the joy of old ties with those you
love and surmounting them all. the
happiness of dreams come true
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The Jewish Floridian of South County

Friday, Octob.r 2
Letters to the Editor
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
Your editorial "Confused Ob-
jectives" lauding the policy
which your faction won at the
Jewish Agency convention by the
narrowest of votes, of financially
assisting Soviet Jewry who
wished to flee to America after
obtaining an exit visa declaring
Israel to be their destination, has
done irreparable harm to Israel's
aliyah and closed the door on
Soviet Jewry that truly would
have wanted to settle in Israel.
This does not seem to be of too
much concern to you. What con-
cerns you is that these defectors
are being called traitors who in
your opinion and by your own
admission were only supposedly
deceitful. You, that is, your
faction as well as those you as-
sisted, have violated the good
faith of the Jewish people and of
the people of Israel.
Visas, granted to Soviet Jewry
a few years back ran as high as
40.000. Better than 75 percent of
these emigrees settled in Israel.
This year, so far, less than 1,000
were allowed to leave and of
which 85 percent opt for settling
in the U.S. The Soviet Union will
not grant visas now unless it is
upon the invitation of first degree
relatives residing in Israel.
Leon Dulzin. the leader of the
opposition forces in the Jewish
Agency and other allied organi-
zations such as ZOA predicted
that this would eventually be the
outcome of your policy. Now that
it is a reality, you have only
yourselves to blame. Villifying
the opposition and accusing them
of disruptive practices will not
reverse the wrong you've done to
Israel and to Soviet Jewry that
would have abided by their decla-
Delray Beach
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian:
In a recent issue of your fine
newspaper Rabbi Bruce Warshal
twits me for using the quaint
term, collation, meaning light re-
freshments, and he asks whether
a collation tastes any better than
a Kiddush. etc.
In reply, I must concede that a
collation and a Kiddush probably
taste alike, but I also confess my
predilection for words that might
seem obsolete to a young man
like Rabbi Warshal but which, in
my opinion, should be resusci-
Call it nostalgia, if you will,
but there are many words,
deemed archaic or arcane by the
present generation, that are still
serviceable, and I relish the op-
portunity to revive them.
Indeed I often make use of
them in my hebdomadal dis-
courses at St. Paul's Episcopal as
well as in dispatches sent to the
Federation and the Floridian.
May I seize this opportunity to
salute the Federation and all as-
sociated with it and to convey
New Year greetings from all in
Temple Sinai to all perusers of
the Jewish Floridian.
Yours sincerely,
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver. D.D.
Temple Sinai
Delray Beach
Editor'a Comment: Rabbi
Warshal is 46 years old. It is
rumored that Rabbi Silver is in
his 60 's although he looks 45 and
has the energy of a 25-year old.
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridian.
I have sent the following letter
to the Editor of Newsweek
Dear Sir:
Your cover of Newsweek of
Sept. 14 left me angered and dis-
mayed. As a subscriber of News-
week for many years, I never saw
anything as blatantly anii Israel
and vicious as your cover
gin's fuce in the Star of
surrounded by guns.
This Newsweek cover is in-
flammatory and misleading.
Also, you refer to Begin as a ter-
rorist. You should learn the dif-
ference between the words,
"guerrilla" and "terrorist." The
guerrilla fights but does not kill
innocent women and children,
but a terrorist commits such acts.
In the King David action by the
Irgun the British were warned to
vacate the hotel which was their
military headquarters, but they
disbelieved it and many were
killed. That is the action of a
guerrilla fighting for a cause. A
terrorist is Arafat, Khaddafy and
their ilk. and a magazine which
writes for the public should know
the difference.
I am cancelling my subscrip-
tion to Newsweek because of this
insidious cover which I shall
carry with me to show other peo-
ple so that they, too, will cancel
their subscriptions.
Your obvious bias and pro-
Arab leanings have disenchanted
many of your readers and you
richly deserve criticism and dis-
For shame, for shams.
Very truly yours,
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The JewishFloridiari of South County
Page 11
Temple Emeth Israel Bond Event
Generation Unto
" w tne theme of the
Holy Day Appeal which
1. beld at Temple Emeth in
1 to mark the 30th
v of the Israel Bond
i m this community.
the early days of the
(jrive, synagogues have
i in the forefront inproviding
for Israel's economic
opment," Mr. Morris
ein, Delray Beach Israel
chairman. "This year's
s stresses the importance of
tying and passing on the
on of building Israel's
economy to the next generation."
Mr. Brownstein reported that
the Bond Organization nationally
is seeking to raise $50 million, a
25 percent increase over the !40
million recorded last year in
High Holy Day appeals in 1,100
U.S. and Canadian synagogues.
"The Bond Organization has
mobilized over $5.2 billion in the
past 30 years to develop every
aspect of Israel's economy," said
Mr. Brownstein "We must
continue to help Israel meet the
many challenges that confront it,
including the accelerated
development of the Negev. In
iung Women's Leadership
Cabinet Retreat
J following is a report filed
lirgaret Kottler, member of
founp Women's Leadership
et of the National United
i Appeal.
. Kottler recently attended
ung Women's Leadership
et Retreat in Dallas, Texas.
11 member of the Board of
uth County Jewish Feder-
| and of the Women's Divi-
: No More! That was the
of the Young Women's
ship Cabinet Retreat held
, Texas, Sept. 10-13. One
I and Ten women from 73
I across the country met to
r current issues vital to
rican Jewry today.
The struggle for Jewish
survival in countries outside the
United States and Israel, the
improvement in the quality of life
among Israel's disadvantaged
through "Project Renewal", and
the impending AW AC sale were
among some of the subjects dis-
cussed at the conference.
One of the main objects of this
year's YWL Cabinet will be to in-
volve more business and profess-
ional women in Federation and
UJA. Of the women in attend-
ance at the retreat, 60 percent are
professional or business women.
There were also workshops on
missions to Israel, programming,
and new fundraising techniques.
Holiday On Wheels
[accordance with their on go-
noliday on Wheels program,
National Council of Jewish
len. Hoca-Delray section,
visit several area nursing
to help residents of the
les celebrate the Rosh
pnah and Yom Kippur Holi-
Monday. October 5, Rabbi
I Singer and Cantor Martin
i of Temple Beth-El of Boca
have been invited by the
Council volunteers to accompany
them in bringing blessings and
traditional songs to residents of
the Fountains Nursing home and
the Boca Raton Convalescent
Center, both in Boca Raton.
Joining Council volunteers on
October 6, will be Rabbi Samuel
Silver of Temple Sinai in Delray
Beach. Together they will visit
the Abbey Delray Health Center
in Delray Beach in continuence of
the Holiday on Wheels program.
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generations must join to continue
the tradition which the founders
of the Bond organization estab-
Congregations which take part
in the Israel Bond appeal will re-
ceive a basrelief, "David in
Jerusalem," award, by noted
artist Phillip Ratner. Mr. Rat-
ner's paintings and sculptures on
Biblical themes have been ex-
hibited in leading museums both
here and abroad, including the
Smithsonian Institution in
Washington and the Jewish
Museum in New York. Temple
Emeth has been a staunch sup-
porter for Israel and Israel Bonds
since its very beginning, stated
Mr. Irving Rifkin South County
Israel Bond Chairman.
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Israel: Conflicts Pressure and Peace'
SOUMBIR 22: ALBERT VORSPAN, Vice President. U.A.H.C, and
Direc tor (it its Commission on Soi ial Ac lion, on "Jewish Moral Issues
in the 1980s"
|ANI \K> I DR. RUTH WISSI. Professor of Yiddish literature. McGIII
I niversitv, Montieal, Author 'The Best Ol Shnlom Ateic hem
|AM ARY IT ROBERT E. WHITE, lormei I S Ambassador to El
Salvador, a careei Foreign Service Offn ei tor over 25 years "Should
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FtBRl ARY 7: DR. |UDITH I AIMS ILKIN. Author Prolessor ol History
and Political Science. Vkj>ne Stale I. niversilv. lormer U.S Foreign
Service Officer. "The Prospect loi Latin American Jewry"
IIBRI ARY 28 DAVID HAIBERSTAM. foreign Correspondent New
York limes. Pulitzer pri/e winnei andauthoi "The Powers That Be".
an c\i' opening look at tht rise IO powei ol the American media.
MARC H 14 DR. MICHAEL COOK, ol the Hebrew I nion Collegc-
|CWish Institute ol Religion and Author lewish Per spec Uses on
( hristian Hols Davs it)r Cook will be this year's S< holai m Residence
lor the weekend March 12-14

The Adult Education Committee is happv to bring you this expanded program with speakers ot merit equal to those
whom we hase had in past years.
These programs are open nol only 10 our members, but their friends and the general pubic as well.
The modest price of $17 50 for Temple members, and $22.50 for non-members has been established Tickets for
individual programs may be purchased al the door the evening desired, at $4 00 per person The sale of Season Ticketsat
the special price will cease on October 25. the niRht of ihe first program
Each program will starl promptly at 8 p.m.: all are on Sunday evenings There will be no preferred sealing Time will be
allowed ai the completion of each lecture for questions from the audience, and discussion with the speaker.
Registration for the series has already begun It is suggested thai these dates be entered in your datebooks, as this is the
only announcement that will be made in this form. Checks MUST be enclosed with reservations, payable to Temple Beth
El of Boca Ralon along with a stamped self-addressed envelope.
Ben laffe, Chairman,
Adult Education Committee

The Jewish Floridian of South County
F"dy. October 2
Happy New Year from Pan Am.

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