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June 10, 1983

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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Beach and Highland Beach
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Boca Raton, Florida Friday, June 10,1983
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Price 35 Cents
[arianne Bobick Elected President
South County Jewish Federation
Dbick was elected
lident of the South
Federation at its
on May 16. Mrs.
Is James B. Baer
[her were: Margie
linger and Milton
Ee Presidents:
ichankerman,
sold Rosenthal,
Board of Direc-
ence Baumritter,
Shirley Ensel-
, Albert Gortz,
gen, Sheldon
Kalai, Abner
Melton, Abe
Nobil, Esther
Marianne Bobick
Omansky, Sid Pearce, Stuart
Schulman, Al Segal, Betty Stone,
Phil Zinman.
Included on the Board will be:
Gladys Weinshank. 1984 General
Campaign Chairman: Dr. Larry
Charme, 1984 Men's and Family
Division Campaign Chairman;
and Margaret Kottler, 1984
Women's Division Campaign
Chairman.
The following community rab-
bis also serve on the Board of the
Federation: Theodore Feldman.
Louis Sacks, Bernard Silver,
Samuel Silver, and Merle Singer.
Finishing the second year of a
Continued on Page 15
NOTICE
We are now publishing bi-weekly
during the summer months
Your next edition will be June 24th.
Temple Beth El Installs
Jim Baer as New President
Congregation
>le Beth El of
on Thursday
the following
as officers
les B. Baer.
Pi. Cohen, vice
Jay Eichler,
rations: Alan
[president-corn
Dr. Jeffrey
lident-religious
th activities:
^ice president-
Goldie R.
lent-religious
Hertz, vice
education;
treasurer:
lewitz, secre-
|or a two-year
m Brodsky,
William B.
Jim Baer
Davis, Albert Gortz, Sidney
Hildebrand, Arlyn Hutt, June
Michel, and Stephen B. Moss.
Trustees whose terms have not
yet expired include Donald
Berger, Henry Brenner, Dr. Jess
V. Cohn, Herbert Gimelstob, Dr.
David Goldberg, Ina Hankin,
Robert Hermann, Arnold
Kagan, Bernard Starkoff, and
Dr. Marc Taub.
Other members of the board
are Ida B. Herst. immediate past
president: Melvin Goldberger
and Morris Robinson, members
of the board of Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congregations; Cis
Rader, Sisterhood president;
Mitchell Binder, incoming
Brotherhood president; and
Shari Zeuner, incoming Youth
Continued on Page 15
Marjorie Baer, James Baer. and AI Gortz.
AI Gortz Recipient of
Young Leadership A ward
d:Info
Demands Report from Argentina
LANDAU
- (JTA)
lister Yit-
is renewed
that the
Argentina
with infor-
Jews who
red" in Ar-
Shamir submitted to the
leaders of Argentina last
December a list of 340 "disap-
peared" Jews and of another 10
known to be in detention and
asked for information concerning
their fates. To date, he has
received information about 33 of
them, and eight of the 10
detainees have been released. One
of the 33 has emigrated to Israel.
SHAMIR TOLD Ambassador
Roberto Temporini of Argentina
Continued on Page 5
Al Gortz has been named this
year's winner of the James and
Marjorie Baer Outstanding
Young Leadership Award for the
South County Jewish Federation.
The award was presented by Jim
and Margie Baer at the annual
meeting of the Federation.
This award is given annually
in recognition of exemplary lead-
ership within the Federation. In
presenting the award to Gortz,
Jim Baer recited his many ac-
complishments.
Gortz was a founding member
of the Board of Directors, a past
vice president of the Federation,
and was the first chairman of the
Community Relations Council in
1979. He was responsible for the
drafting of the Federation by-
laws in its initial year, four years
ago. He presently serves as
chairman of the by-laws commit-
tee, and on the Federation Board
of Directors.
He and his wife Jane have also
participated in the leadership de-
velopment program of the Feder-
ation. He is the chairman of the
Estancia Division for the 1983
Federation-UJA Campaign, and
has been active in campaign since
the inception of the Federation.
Gortz is a practicing lawyer
and is a partner of the law firm of
Proskauer, Rose, Goetz and
Mendelsohn, maintaining offices
in New York City and Boca
Raton.
New Cantor At B'nai Torah
Donald N. Roberts has been
named Cantor of B'nai Torah
lelRothstein Elected
ident of Temple Sinai
it of Temple
[old Reform con-
th Palm Beach
Rothstein, a
from Elmont,
I Bernard Etish.
^honorary presi-
meeting of the
recently at At-
High School.
the congrega-
tothstein were:
I first vice presi-
rce, second vice
Frieda Marko-
Mrs. Lenore
Isaacson, financial secretary;
Mrs. Leona Kaye, recording
secretary; and Mrs. Natalie
Halle, corresponding secretary.
Over 200 members of the con-
gregation also voted into the
board of directors the following
trustees: Edwin Stein. Benjamin
Bussin, Ned Chodash, Philip
Kaye, Col. David Klarer, Morris
Mintz, Jerome Gilbert. Mrs.
Marjorie Aaron, Mrs. Clara Hilt,
Mrs. Sarah Japack, Louis
Sitomer, Arnold Waldman, Sid-
ney Bernstein, and Sandy Behar.
Tributes were paid to Mrs.
Continued on Page &
Cantor Donald Roberts
Congregation of Boca Raton.
Hazzan Roberts was educated
at the University of Wisconsin
and Hebrew Union College and
received additional Hazzanic
training from Lawrence A very
and Israel Alter.
He has served previously as
Cantor for congregations in
Washington, D.C., Milwaukee,
Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois.
Hazzan Roberts has written
numerous musical compositions
including a ballet, symphony,
many piano sonatas, folk service
and confirmation cantatas.
Hazzan Roberts has performed
with the Haifa Symphony, the
Cantica Hebraica Chamber
Orchestra, and in numerous pre-
sentations at the Kennedy
Center, Washington, D.C.
Hazzan Roberts will be moving
to Boca Raton with his wife Bar-
bara this summer.


P*e8
The Jewish FkmdmH of South County
Friday. Jane
10.
im
Some MD's Go Back9_
But Problem Unresolved
1,000 Doctors Vote to Continue Strike
iiiwntafr-m have baen locked

The
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
The Cabinet considered the
military call-up of striking
doctors if they failed to
comply with back-to-work
orders issued by the Health
Ministry.
Meanwhile, more than
1.000 striking doctors
meeting in Tiberias voted
overwhelmingly to continue
the strike regardless of any
orders issued by the gov-
ernment.
The Ministry a orders technic-
ally apply to about 40 pIi
of che 7.000 pabbdy esupsujsd
doctor* who have been on strike
far three months demanding
higher salaries and better
working conditions. The doctors
are employed by the government
and by Kupat Hotim. the Hiatad-
rut each-fund They resigned en-
ma see and dispersed to various
parts of the country to avoid
being served with back-to-work
orders
HEALTH MINISTER Eliezer
Shostak told reporters that the
call-up of doctors, all of them
members of the military reserve,
would be discussed again Later in
the week if the doctors continued
to strike. Legal experts said the
doctors were misled oy the Medi-
cal Association into believing
that their resignations relieved
them of the obligation to comply
with government orders
/.-.. Banasoa a former Su-
preme Court Justice and former
head of the Lar>>r Arbitration
Appeal- Hoard, pointed out that
the Health Ministrv had issued
M long a*rc,
March I urder the enter
r* old Brit
lab guns wnicn are
still in tor< -rael Tho**
order-- were valid until Last Tues-
day
The doctor* themselves took
for tne countryside, the
baachaa and laae on a pre-ar
ranged signal, claiming the>' wer*
on "vacation But according to
legal sources, back-to-work or-
ders brfltd^t by the media are
no leas valid than written orders
handed to the doctors m parson.
Failure to comply would subject
the doctors to 1 f ii""1*1 proceed-
sags. The maximum penalty is
two years nnpnsonmec: and a
250.000 Shekel (about K.OOOt
fine.
THERE HAS been connder
able pubhc sympathy far the
sinking doctors up to now. They
have been Miffing government
hnapitah and sack-fund dimes on
a reduced trkf*"* and have been
treating patients privately for a
fas. But their mass departure
created a criaia m the nation i
hoapstaai. The hospttais ware re-
ported in "critical condition"
with only 10 percent of then-
normal medical staff on duty.
The latter are mainly depart-
ment heads and senior consul-
tants who will have bean on un-
relieved duty for 40 hours by the
5 p m iVadlaw They compiaaed
that they were Lnversfly falling
off their feet'- with e-
haustion and warned that then-
ability to make medical decisions
was impaired. The strike com-
mittee has made no arraage-
ments to replace them
According to a media count at
20 government and Kupat Holim
tMnpf'g only 347 physicians
were on duty out of a normal
complement of 3.579. Dr Dan
Michaeli head of the Ichiov
Hospital in Tel Aviv, said the in-
stitution might stagger
through' another 24 or 36 hours
but after that, the situation
would be impossible
BETWEEN 20-30 operations
ar- performed at Ichilov every
naming Armv hospitals are
fuli> staffed Dr Ram Ishai.
president of the Medicai Asso-
ciation, told Israel hadic yester-
day VW do not ant to harm
our patients only our employers
who have not listened to our n>
quests and demands for the past
18 months. '
Meanwhile, government of fie i-
ah and Medical Association rep-
resentatives nave oeen m
round thedock negotiations to
try to reach a compromise that
sriB and the strike
Some Cabinet ministers have
suggested that the Knesset Fi-
nance Committee take over the
snaJhjUaj role from Finance
Hipif vowed not to accede to the
doctors' dtf""* The Medical
lawn ilkai intimated it might
agree, but Andor said he would
resign if the negotiations are
uken out of his hands That
would preripitate a Cabinet
GALLEON SHOP
ANTIQUES-ACCESSORIES
ARTIFACTS AND GIFTS
WE ARE MOVING
ARIDOR AND Sboetak ex
changed angry words at Sun-
dav s Cabmet seesaw. The P>
nance Minister produced the
salary record of a senior physi-
cian who enjoys a very high in-
come to demonstrate that doctors
are not underpaid. But Shostak
told Aridor to'' atop bluffing.
He noted that the salary in
400 hours of work a month, far
from the normal compensation
far doctors who work an eight-
hour day. Aridor charged that
Shostak and his Ministry were
only prolonging the strike by
supporting the doctors demands.
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The Jewish Floridian ofSouth County
Page 3

x in Brief
'or Amsterdam, Another Jewish Mayor
LsTERDAM Amater-
rcapital of the Netherlands
U second largest city, will
fits third Jewish Mayor in
sion over a period of six
I He is Ed Van Thijn, 48,
[will succeed Willem Polak
1 he retires next month. The
Dr8 of Dutch cities are ap-
1 by the government.
Thijn, like all of his
cessors since the end of
_J War 11, is a member of the
|r Party (PVDA). Born in
terdam, he became a
cipal councilor in 1962 and a
j^r of Parliament in 1967.
Cas elected chairman of the
Party's Parliamentary fac-
. 1981 and served for seven
Ehs as Minister of Interior.
i Thijn freely acknowledges
Jewish ancestry. But he is not
fiated with any Jewish
kzation and, in recent years,
Keen a strong critic of the Is-
I government of Premier
tchem Begin which he con-
. reactionary. He stated, in
tide written two years ago,
| as a Jew he feels solidarity
, all minority groups in Hol-
land elsewhere.
Soltes had been rabbi of Con-
gregation Beth Chavairuth in
Tenafly, N.J. since 1977 and had
served congregations in Manhat-
tan, Great Neck and East
Orange, N.J. as a Reform rabbi.
He started his association with
the Military Academy as a
voluntary chaplain in 1963 and
was named a permanent member
of the staff in 1981. Soltes had
been chairman of the National
Jewish Music Council from 1963
to 1969 and a board member of
the National Jewish Book Coun-
cil.
Jewish Reprisals Qo
Unpunished, Report Says
JERUSALEM Alleged
reprisals by Jewish settlers
against Arabs on the West Bank
which have gone unpunished has
become a national issue following
the resignation of Deputy Attor-
ney General Yehudit Karp from a
Justice Ministry committee she
headed that was investigating
Jewish vigilantism in the ter-
ritory.
Karp charged that her commit-
tee was unable to get the co-1
operation of Israeli army and I
police authorities in its investiga- |
tion of a long series of incidents
from mid-1980 until the end of
1982. She resigned reportedly be-
cause the Justice Ministry failed
to act on the committee's recom-
mendations.
But Interior Minister Yosef
Burg, who is responsible for the
police, played down the impor-
tance of the Karp committee's
report.
Soviet Activist Gets
One Year at Labor
NEW YORK Lev Elbert,
one of Kiev's leading Jewish
activists, was sentenced to one
year in a Labor camp for
"evasion of an army reserve call-
up notice," according to the
Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry and Union of Councils for
Soviet Jews.
Elbert is a 35-year-old engineer
and translator. He, his wife and
son, have sought exit to Israel for
nine years.
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lion in Likud
IUSALEM Bitter in-
disputes within Likud's
Party wing came to the
trhen a group of five Knesset
bers, headed by Energy
kter Yitzhak Modai, an-
ted the formation of an in-
cident faction within the
decision to seek separate
was adopted by a large
rity of Modai's supporters in
et ballot. The four other
in the new group are
kty Minister of Agriculture
Bh Crupper, Benny Shalita,
Bs Goldstein and Yehuda
The Modai group is
Italy hawkish in its views. It
I, theoretically, bring down
government over policy dif-
pes.
Is expected to demand to be
lilted separately on all coali-
Idecisions. Crupper went so
} to warn Premier Menachem
that ii he refuses, "there
: trouble for the coalition."
sset Mum on Charge
(antes Unpunished
ERUSALEM A motion to
Uss opposition charges that
ili authorities have failed to
Btigate or prosecute attacks
fmed Jewish settlers on West
Arabs was defeated by a
I of 41 32 in the Knesset.
Be motion striken from the
nda was presented by
lamit Aloni of the Labor
ly's Civil Rights Movement
i faction. Aloni cited nun-
Is of cases in which, she said,
fsh settlers attacked Arabs or
aged their property. In five
MM cases, Arabs were killed
ettlers, Aloni said, but no ar-
> were ever made.
I noted that by contrast,
an Israeli woman, Esther
was killed by a stone
n at her vehicle in the Arab
1 of Dahariya several months
'he police had no difficulty
fehending five Arab suspects
J were swiftly tried.
N Point Chaplain
1t Age 66
BW YORK Funeral eerv-
were held here for Rabbi
ham Soltes, Jewish chaplain
fj* United States Military
l*"ny at West Point, and a
F'P&nt in many Jewish oil-
K and artistic activities, who
at 66 after an illness of
'a' months. He has been
1 at West Point.
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JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israel is drawing up con-
tingency plans for a re-
deployment of its army in
Lebanon if the withdrawal
of all foreign forces from
that country cannot be
implemented because of
Syrian opposition, a senior
government policy maker
told reporters at a news
briefing.
The policy-maker refused to set
any deadline or time limit for the
implementation of the withdraw-
al agreement. But he stressed
repeatedly that planning of
alternative deployment was
actively under way. Israel, he
noted, was not committed to
maintain its present deployment
in Lebanon.
THE POLICY MAKER hint-
ed that the United Nations
Interim Force in Lebanon
(UNIFILi and-or the multina-
tional force might be moved into
any areas vacated by the Israel
army m a redeployment to the
south or into areas vacated by
Israei and the Syrians if
simultaneous withdrawal is
eventually iiibj1iiwiu* He noted that under the Israel-
Lebanon agreement. one
UNIFIL batallinn is to remain
north of Sidon to patrol the
Sidon-l'yre area refugee camps.
This would leave five UNIFIL
batalUons available for a peace-
keeping role elsewhere in Leba-
non if the UN Security Council
agreed.
The policy-maker stressed the
broad Arab world support of the
agreement, or at least of the
principle of simultaneous with-
drawal. He noted though that the
so called Arab moderates, such as
Saudi Arabia, have privately
spoken out against the "poli-
tical" provisions of the accord
which moved Israel and Lebanon
towards peaceful relations.
IN MANY cases their attitude
appeared to be: remove Israel
from occupied Arab land and
leave peaceful relations for later,
if at all. he said.
Nevertheless, the policy-maker
continued, the Arab world's
reactions in favor of the accord
appeared to be impressing the
Soviets. While there was no open
rift between Moscow and Damas-
cus, it was plain to Israeli
analysts that Russia is not
giving the lead" to Syrian re-
jection of the accord and refusal
to withdraw.
He said the Soviets did not
want to see "an extreme develop-
ment" in Syria. At the same
time, though, the Soviets are
solidly supporting the Syrians in
their objections to the accord.
The policy-maker noted that
Damascus' objections were
chiefly to the "political" aspects
of the pact, rather than to the
Assad
specific security
President Hafez ^
t/FUS1 MuUU8tr Abda
Khaddam have coropUuJ
the pact effectived ,
Ubanoti from the Arab ca,
the confrontation with Is^'
the policy-mai
confirmed that Israel and
anon had not reached final -L
ment on the status and nE
Maj. Saad Haddad Tha
will be taken up in the
Liaison Committee to be i
lished after the agreement u.
into effect with the eichana|
"instruments of rat*
hopefully soon.
They Aim to
Enhance ]
Understanding
NEW YORK (JTAI-j
group of prominent Amer
and Israelis, led by former]
dential assistant Stuart
stat and former Knesset a
S. Zalman Abramov, met i
ly in Jerusalem to plan
aimed at enhancing un__
ing between the American Je .
community and Israel. Itwatj
first joint meeting of tbe lav
and American advisory boarai
the recently formed Institute t
American Jewish-Israeli
tions. an arm of the
Jewish Committee.
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340 'Disappeareds'
than Sherr of Boca Raton (left) receives congratulations from
iroward County's State Attorney Michael Satz following
presentation of the Jewish Family Service of Broward County
[ward to Sherr for his community dedication and service during
two years as president of the agency. Sherr, a winner
previously of Young Leadership Award of Jewish Federation of
Ireater Fort Lauderdale and re-elected May 24 as a vice
president of the Federation, maintains law offices in Fort
tuderdale.
Sam Goldstein Receives
Prestigious F.T. A.
Continued from Page 1
that the information received was
not sufficient, and again
demanded information con-
cerning the missing Jews.
Temporini pledged his govern-
ment's "continued efforts" to
ascertain the whereabouts of the
L.A. Lawmakers Urge
Help for Falashas
LOS ANGELES Mayor
Tom Bradley and City Council
members have called upon Presi-
dent Reagan to press for efforts
to end the persecution of some
25,000 Jews living in Ethiopia.
At the same time, Bradley, at a
press conference in City Hall
several days ago, offered tem-
porary refuge to Falashas
Simcha Desta, his wife Rachael
and their child who were recently
reunited in Los Angeles after
their dangerous exit from
Ethiopia while they proceed with
their emigration to Israel.
City Councilman Dave Cun-
ningham, who had met Desta at a
Black-Jewish dialogue conference
sponsored by the Jewish Federa-
tion Council, presented the
family with a resolution on behalf
of his colleagues which expressed
their grave concern regarding the
plight of Falashas still living in
isolated villages in Ethiopia's
rural areas.
The resolution called upon
Reagan to express the concern of
the United States and its citizens
for the human rights of Ethio-
pia's Jews including the right
to emigrate freely to "relevant
foreign governments."
disappeared persons on Shamir's
list.
Revealing these details,
Shamir said he had told the
Ambassador that Israel "could
not accept" the Argentine
government's statement of April
28 to the effect that the disap-
peared persons should be
regarded as no longer alive.
Briefing reporters in Jeru-
salem, Shamir said Temporini's
pledge that his government
would continue its efforts to
provide the details requested by
Israel seemed to show that the
statement of April 28 needed not
be the last word.
SHAMIR SAID that Israel's
action on behalf of the Jewish
'"disappeared" was a virtually
' unprecedented instance of direct
diplomatic intervention by the
Jewish State on behalf of non-Is-
raeli Jews abroad. But, he said,
the Argentine government had
not questioned Israel's legitimate
interest in the fates of these Jews
and had not argued that Israel's
demand for information was an
unjustified interference.
Shamir said the list had been
drawn up with the help of Argen-
tine Jews in Israel and in Argen-
tina. His ministry, he added, was
keeping in close contact with
these families.
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llda B. Herst, president, and
bbi Merle E. Singer, spiritual
Met. of Temple Beth El of Boca
p>n, are pleased to announce
at iheir temple administrator,
nuel P. Goldstein, has been
larded his FT A (Fellow in
iple Administration).
lyron E. Schoen. FTA, secre-
y of the Board of Certification
Temple Administrators and
ctor of Commission on Syna
ue Administration of UAHC,
wnted the award during
abbat Evening Services on
pday, May 27.
native Miamian, Goldstein
eived his Reform Jewish edu
[n at Temple Beth Am in
iith Miami, and for many years
" actively involved in further-
Judaism and its teachings
[n Youth Groups. He also is
Wiled with publications in the
*-TA Journal.
[Rothstein Elected
Continued from Pag* 1:
Menkin and Albert Geller.
* retired from the board.
special plaque was tendered
rd Zeldin, for his labors as
of the building cam-
|jl officers will be formally in-
ed at a Sabbath eve service,
ay. June 24, 8:16 p.m. at the
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Frida
* June 10. m
Federation Salutes Volunteers At Annual Meeting
The South Count,
Federation hddT*
zests mjari
The evening took on 11
mood as awards were mL
Federatioo-UJA <***
well u the year 8 acSJ
the committees and
the Federation.
Abner Lev me. 1933
Campaign Chairman,
that he ia projecting *,
Jim Boer, presenting an auard to Abner Lev me for excellence as the
General Campaign Chairman of the 1983 drive.
Margie Boer, presenting an award to Margaret Kottler. Associate
Women's Division Campaign Chairman for outstanding leadership m
the 1983 drive. ^
Abner Let me. presenting mi
mentsas Women's Ehusion(
Leftt to right Jim Boer presenting auarn* to the following in-
fc/1 Mananne Bobick. as Chairman of the Community
Relations Council: Margaret Kottler. Chairman of the Young
Leadership Institute: Bob Byrne, Chairman of the Jewish Com-
munity Center Department and Arnold Rosenthai. Chairman of the
Education Department.
right Rabbi Bruce Warshal. Executive Director of the South
Federation presenting a work of art to Jim Boer m
zpprecwtion of his dedication and unceasing efforts as the founding
father and president of the South Countx Jewish Federation
I

Left to right. Retiring Board Member*pictured an- J
Norman I. Stone; Walter Fiveeon; and Karen Kaufman
PanJun,
Stuart Sckulman.
award for kit
man of the $5,000 Cocktail Party
and Ocean Chairman.
Milton Kretsky, presenanii
service on the Board of 1
Federation.
Rabbi Louis L. Sachs deUverinm tk. -1
tured Marianne Bobick^y ch'tn ** Jun Boer, outgoing President^ ^^ B*"*u, Director and
The following individuals 1
Al Goru, Chairman Elton*
Larry Charme, Chairman,
Ben Karpen, Co-chairman Pt
W. Morris. Co-chairman m


10, 1983
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 9
j Regular Campaign to
10,000 by the close of
j at the end of June.
represent an increase
over the 1982
[This 35 percent in-
ne year may prove to
jest increase of any
Federation in the
i.
ting her new office as
Marianne Bobick
| that she hopes to
head the Federation
,i direction and toward
Bals that the board has
fin the past four years.
Left to right: Margie Boer, presenting an award to Toby Hertz for her
success as Chairman of our annual Super Sunday.
for her achieve-
\he 1983 drive.
Left to right: Abner Levine, presenting an award to Milton Kretsky
for his outstanding leadership as Chairman of the Men's and Family
Division for the 1983 Campaign.
Left to right: The following individuals accepting awards: Sara
Schulman, Advance Gifts Co-chairmen: Betty Stone and Mildred
Levine. Lion of Judah. Co-chairmen: and Gladys Weinshank,
Advance Gifts Co-chairman.
one for his tireless
County Jewish
Left to right: The following individuals receiving awards: Noni
Jontiff, Chairman of Shalom South County: Esther Omansky. Update
'83 Co-chairman; and Shirley Enselberg, Board Mini Mission
Chairman.
It Siegel receiving his award for
being Delray Beach Chairman.
The following individual* receiving award*:
Sheldon Jontiff, Co-chairman with spouse Noni
Jontiff for Shalom South County land Co-
chairman of B'nai Torah Campaign; Al Oetrich,
Co-chairman of Oriole* Campaign; Arnold
Rosenthal, Chairman of Boca Logo; Jerry
Panhin, Co-chairman, Boca Logo; Joe Matter,
Chairman, Kings Point W; Howard Guggenheim,
Chairman of the Ocean; Daniel Freed, Chairman
of Boca West; and Sol Lapidut, Chairman of
King* Point E.
Marianne Bobick delivering her
acceptance tpeech a* incoming
president of South County Jew-
ish Federation.
Robineon, Chairman Anthei Emuna Campaign;
Jack M. Levine, Co-chairman of Oriole*; and Joe
S. Schenk, Special Event* Chairman for the 1983
campaign.

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by, June 10,1963
The Jewish Floridian of South I
County
.

Pagall

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ttured above are some of the Boca Del Mar
fidents attending the recent South County
uish Federation Cocktail Party held in honor of
J3 Federation-UJA Campaign. Left to right,
Ending: Harry Kleid, Mildred Levine, Women's
vision Lion of Judah co-chairman; Abner
vine, 1983 campaign chairman; Joseph San-
ei'ss. Colonel Jerome Hurwitz, chairman; Jack
and Tina Stone, hosts; Judy Hurwitz, hostess;
and Norman Mervis, host. Left to right, seated:
Tema Mervis, hostess; Tillie Kleid, Paula Miller,
and Harold Miller. Other hosts in attendance but
not pictured were Oscar and Gertrude Berman,
Be and Philip Blum, Gladys and Murray Raphael,
and Rose and James Singer.
Rabbi Singer to Teach
Jewish History Course At FAU
Israel Shouldn't Return to '67 Borders
Or Annex W. Bank
Rabbi Merle E. Singer of Tem-
ple Beth-El, Boca Raton, will
teach a two-semester course,
"The Roots of the Jewish Histor-
ical Experience," at the Florida
Atlantic University Boca Raton
campus beginning this fall.
The history department is of-
fering the course under a resident
lecturership established for the
1983-84 academic year by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society. The
first four-credit segment of the
course will be offered during the
fall semester.
Using a thematic approach,
Rabbi Sinner will present a syn-
thesis of the 5,000-year history,
thought, culture and civilization
of the Jewish people.
"Jewish history involves not
only the political, economic and
social forces, but the religious
ideas, observances and institu-
tions that are reflected in con-
temporary Jewish culture,"
Rabbi Singer explained.
The Jewish Chautauqua Soci-
ety is the education project of the
National Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods and sponsors
courses at universities through-
out the United States to promote
a better understanding of Juda-
Rabbi Merle Singer
ism.
This course is one of 136 resi-
dent lectureships to be offered
throughout the country by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society and
one of eight offered in the state of
Florida.
Registration for the fall seme-
ster will be held at FAU Aug. 24
through 26.
By JTA Services
)NTREAL Former U.S.
fc'tary of State Henry
piger said here that "never
should Israel return to the
l%7 borders, nor should Is-
[annex the West Bank. A
Iromise solution should be
Issmger, addressing a dinner
ne Israel Bond Organization
Dnii;; Canadian industrialist
rles Hronfman for his services
Israel, predicted that "Soon
pVesi Bank problem will come
|ii forefront, and here the U.S.
Israel must adopt a common
tude acceptable to the Euro-
Kconomic Community and
iblic opnion as a whole."
said that arbitration be-
en the Arab states and Israel
Ian American priority, but
nks to the dogmatism of
^iet Foreign Minister Andrei
hmyko "oil is poured on fire in
| Middle East trouble areas."
lU Senior
arded
InaiB'rith
:holarship
(ayhoub Kohanfard, a senior
the College of Business and
>lic Administration of Flor-
et Ian tic University, has
m> selected to receive a WOO
larship from the B'nai B'rith
""pic XI Lodge 2947 of Boca
on.
election for the award is
on academic performance
membership in the campus
Plel organization.
fohanfard, a graduate of Palm
ch Junior College, is majoring
nternational Business at
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Canadian Leader Vows Education To Combat Anti-Semitism
ByBENKAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) -
Premier Peter Lougheed of
Alberta has promised to in-
troduce an educational
campaign to combat racial
and religious bigotry in the
aftermath of two recent in-
cidents in which holders of
public office in the province
Community Calendar
12
B noi B'nth Integrity Council. 9:30 o.m. meet.ng B'no> Toroh
Men's Club. 9:30 o.m. meeting Temple Beth El-Brotherhood
Breakfast installation. 10a.m.
13
Temple Emeth-Singles. 12:30 p.m.
o.m. meeting
14
meeting Diamond Club. 9
Zionist Organization of America. 8 p.m. meeting Hodassoh-
Sholom-Delray, 9:30 o.m. meeting B'noi Toroh Congregation.
7 30 p.m. Board meeting Temple Emeth-Brotherhood. 7:30
p.m meeting
tall
Women s American ORT-Reg.on. 10a.m. Board meeting
16
Temple Emeth-Suierhood. 12:30 p.m meeting Hadossah-Ben
Gunon. 12:30 p.m. meeting Women's American ORT-O.ole. 1
p.m. meet.ng Pioneer Women-Kmneret, 12:30 p.m. Board
meet.ng American Mizrochi Women-Kfor, 10a.m. meeting
Jwne 19
B'nai B'nth Olympic Lodge XI, 930 a. m. meeting
Jwm20
B'no. B'nth Women-Noomi. 12:30 p.m. meeting Diamond
Club. 9 a m. meeting Anthei Shalom-Sisterhood-Or.ole Jewish
Center, 9:30 o.m. meeting Women's American ORT-Pines
North, 12 30 p.m. meeting "Women's League for Israel, 10 am
meeting* Pioneer Women-K.nneret 12:30 p.m. meeting
JhnSI
Bna. B'nth Delroy lodge. 7:30 p.m. meet.ng Pioneer Women-
Zipporah. 10 o.m. meeting
Jwm22
Women s American ORT-Delray. 12:30 p.m. meeting
Jwne 23
Anshe. Emuno-S.sterhood. 10 a.m. Board meeting Jew.sh War
Veterans Post 266. 7 p.m meet.ng Jewish War Veterons
Auxiliary Post 266. 7 p.m. meet.ng Temple Beth El. 8 p m
Board meet.ng Women's American ORT-Oriole. 12 noon
meet.ng Temple Emeth-Brotherhood. 10 a.m. Board meeting
Temple Emeth-Sisterhood. 10a.m. Board meeting
Jwne 26
Bna. Toroh Men's Club, 9:30 a.
Singles. 9 30 a.m. Board meeting
m. meeting Temple Emeth-
Jwnt27
P.oneer Women-K.nneret. 12:30 p.m. meeting Diamond Club
9o m. meeting B'na. B'nth Shomer Lodge. 2 p.m. meeting
Jihm28
Pioneer Women-Zipporoh. 12 noon meeting
June 29
Women's American ORT-Sondalfoot, 1 p.m. meeting
JmM
Jew.sh War Veterons-Snyder Tokson Post. 10 a.m. Board
meeting
My I
Women's American ORT-Reg.on Execut.ve Committee Meet.na
9 30a.m.
My 13
Women's AmenconORT-Region, 10a.m Board meet.ng
August 3
Women's American ORT-Reg.on Executive Committee Meet.
r: 30 a.m.
"9.
August 12
Temple Beth El-Sisterhood. 10 am Board meeting.
questioned the authenticity
of the Holocaust.
Longhead addressed the prob-
lem of tolerance and respect for
minority groups after Stephen
Stiles, a member of the Alberta
Legislature, claimed publicly
that the slaughter of Jews by the
Nazis has never been proven.
Stiles, a 38-year-old lawyer and a
membf of Lougbeed's Progres-
sive Conservative Party, subse-
quently apologized to the Legis-
lature for offending anyone, but
he did not clearly renounce his
doubts about the Holocaust.
Bar/Bat
Mitzvah
Daniel Levison
DANIEL LEV I SON
On Saturday. June 11. Daniel
Lev ison. son of Judy and Martin
Lev ison, will be called to the
Torah of Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton as a Bar Mitzvah. Daniel
is a student of Boca Middle
School and attends the Temple
Beth El Religious School
Family members sharing in the
Simcha are grandmother. Sara
Gellman of St. Louis. Mo., along
with brothers. Scott and Steven.
His hobbies are guitar playing
and soccer. Following services.
Mr. and Mrs. Levison will host a
reception in Daniel's honor
BHflMHVHHUBittitfkifrj .
Deborah Green berg
DEBORAH GREENBERG
On Saturday. June 4, Deborah
Greenberg. daughter of Linda
and Marvin Greenberg w<.
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bat
Mtuvah. Deborah is a student of
A. u. Henderson School and at-
fkhool mP,e Brth E' te^*
5 JS^ member8 8h*ring in the
r^LWe"i g"andPrents. Rose
Greenberg of Boynton Beach and
Sarah and Herbert Greenberg of
Delray Beach, along with broVh-
ere, David and Michael.
Deborahs hobbies are music
SS&8Winunin* re*din-
Mrs. Greenberg hosted a recep-
tion in Deborah a honor. ^
"H-iS^HKUttfc.-,
LOUGHEED'S seven-page
letter to the Legislature, prom-
ising to promote understanding
and acceptance of minorities,
made no mention of Stiles' com-
ments.
Only a few weeks ago, a
Queens Court Judge upheld the
dismissal from the Alberta school
system of James Keegstra. a
public school teacher and Mayor
of the village of Eckville, who had
been preaching anti-Semitism to
his classes, including the chum
that there was no Holocaust.
Keegstra was also ousted from
the right wing Social Credit
P*y which had juatl
to a high party office.
Lougheed has been
these wrfwtaalthoiSR'
bean urged to do soby*l'
heed sajdm his letter Z%
tory shows that eCL?
bigotry such as anti-SenSi
this recent case can **?!
cancer if not challemST,?"
orousry condemned by tw'
position of resporMibuity^1
Howard Starkman on*
of the Jewish Federation*!!
rnonUm.theAlfertaaJL?]
hewas "very pleaseF**!
Premier s response.
Religious Directory
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conserve*.!
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore Feldman. SabbathSerS
Friday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday at 9:30 am. Family ShaSl
Service 2nd Friday of each month. Minyan on Mondavaa
Thursday mornings at 8:15 a. m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
16189 Carter Road. 1 block south of Linton Blvd. Delrav FWt I
FL 33445. Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks. ServioesSlI
am. and 9 a.m. Saturday. Phone 499-9229.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at First Federal Savings & Loan AsaxJ
tion Offices. West Atlantic, corner Carter road. Delray Beat
Fridays. 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat. Saturdays. 9 a.m aj
Kiddush. Edward Dorfman. President. 6707 Moonlit Drive.
Delray Beach. Fla. 33446. Phone-49*6687. Rabbi Emerito
Jonah J. Kahn. 499-4182.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
[333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Fla 33432. Reform I
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Assistant Rabbi
Richard Agler. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services 3
p.m. Family Shabbath Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of Eaci
I Month. '
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
I Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015. Boca Raton Fla 33434,
Conservative. Located in Century Village. Boca. Daily Serviw
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am.. Sunday 9 a.m. Reuben
| Saltzman. President, Joseph M. Pollack. Cantor. 483-5557.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach. Fla. 33446 ConserJ
tive. Phone: 498-3536. Bernard A. Silver. Rabbi; Sevtnr
Zisook. Cantor. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday*
8:45 a.m.. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
Cason United Methodist Church. 342 N. Swinton Ave. Icormrl
Lake Ida Rd.l, Delray Beach. FL Reform. Mailing Address: P.O.
Box 1901. Delray Beach. Fla. 33444. Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Samuel Silver. President Bernard Etish. 276-6161.
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10,1963

The Jewish JloH&ah of South County
Page 15
ibbi
\ents
\wing is brought to Flo-
taders by the South
ibbinical Association.
topics you would like
\bis to discuss, please
em to the Floridian.
Rabbi Bernard Silver
becomes a library only when people take out books
ol is just a building until teachers and students enter
'og takes place.
igogue is only a structure unless people come and
here.
j examples indicate the great potential that we can
lin the world if we know how to relate to it properly. In a
I are partners of God in the constant process of creating
nd more beautiful world.
(htful little story that illustrates this thought concerns
(how at which a new variety of rose was awarded one of
prizes. The modest rose culturist who had grown it
| the platform to receive the award while at his side the
on extolled the loveliness of the blooms.
erfect this flower is, with its vermillion petals and its
[scent. See what surpassing beauty God has created!"
e culturist nudged the speaker gently and whispered,
per, I helped!"
is to help God, our faith, our families, and our friends.
I is filled with the promise of greater and better things,
|p to each of us to help realize this potential.
Ibeautifully put by the late Rabbi Joshua Loth Leibman
paid, "Carbon atoms form charcoal when related in one
become diamonds when related in another."
i years ago, in his moving drama entitled "Incident at
Arthur Miller described the hatred and cruelty inflicted
jp of victims. In the last scene one of the characters
tuc Wrongdoers, saying, "1 know about everything
bencd. but you do not understand what I am trying to
not your guilt I want; it is your responsibility I am
uibilitj comas from the word "response." We must
ft to respond to one another, to try our very best to be
to the needs and feelings of each person. We must
Bo the needs of our community, and they are great.
Ban stand up and read a catalogue of the sins of our
jit. the, we are not being fully helpful until we also begin
I responsibilities ol our times.
fing to Jewish tradition, two rabbis once debated the
I low do we know when the night ends and the new day
si rabbi said: 'The night ends and a new day begins
can tell the difference between a blue thread and a
bead."
|cond rabbi said: "The night ends and the day begins
I can see the face of your neighbor."
will be dawn again. Let us begin to look for the faces of
inors, and in facing them honestly and directly we will
use of fulfillment and responsibility. It is easy to heap
>neself for duties neglected and promises ignored. It is
but so much better to dare to keep faith with our
n,
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Marianne Bobick Elected
Continued from Page 1
two year term on the board of
directors will be: Edith Abram-
son. Dr. Arnold Berliner, Henry
Brenner, Bob Byrnes, Phyllis
Charme, Barbara Lein, Al Levis,
Rudy Lidsky, Steve Melcer,
Morris W. Morris, Al Ostrick,
Rose Rifkin, Joe Schenk, Ik
Siegel.
Mrs. Bobick was born in
Vienna and was a child there dur-
ing the Holocaust. She has been
an active member in Hadassah,
ORT, Temple Beth Shalom in
New York, Temple Beth El of
Hastings, New York. She has
served as the chairperson of the
Russian Resettlement Committee
for the Federation. She was also
President of the South County
Jewish Community Day School
and the immediate past chairper-
son of the Community Relations
Council. In 1980, Mrs. Bobick re-
ceived the South County,Jewish
Baer Installed
Continued from Page 1
Group president.
The Honorary Board of the
temple includes Robert E.
Byrnes, David Didder, Molly
Fraiberg, Stanford L. Hermann,
Max Hutkin, Ltc. Ben Lake,
Harry Michel, Abner Neuville,
Stanley Rose, Dr. Albert Schiff,
Melvin Schwartz, Dr. Gerald
Snyder, and Ben Volen.
At Shabbat Evening Services
on Friday, June 3, the members
of the board were installed. Addi-
tionally, the following were
honored for their past service as
officers of the temple: Ida B.
Herat, Irving N. Rifkin, Dr.
Albert Schiff, June Michel. Wil-
liam B. Davis, Bernard S.
Paskin. Trustees leaving the
board who were recognized are
Melvin Schwartz, Dr. Gerald
Snyder. Edward Spector, and
Lenore Wachtel.
Federation Community Service Jewish Federation and was the
Award. recipient of the Lion of Judah
Mrs. Bobick has served as vice (%** tmm ** StaU> f l8r,el ta
president of the South County l98
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September 19th, 5 star trip.
2401 N. Federal Hwy. ._. _.
MornsonWl Boca Raton, Florida M431 BrOWBrd 421-8671
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HEBREW TUTORING
A Hebrew Teacher From Israel
is available for Hebrew Tutoring
For All Ages
CALL
391-8353
Boca Raton
"Conservative Synagogue seeking Bal Koreh who will
also attend Daily Mlnyan and supervise Kashrut on
premises. Apartment near synagogue provided, plus
salary. Ideal for retiree...We are also seeking a part-
time afternoon Hebrew School teacher and Youth
Director. Send inquiries to: Cong. B'nai Israel of St.
Petersburg, 301 59th St., North St. Petersburg, FL
33710, ATT: Personal.
Put Yourself In This Picture
JerusalemTemple Mount
\Overlooking the Temple mount of the historic old city of Jerusalem on
UJA Mission to Israel
NEXT MISSION: OCTOBER 9-19
Join the people from South County already committed to this mission
For information cell Helene Eichler et
The South County Jewish Federation
at 368-2737


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