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The
Jewish Floridian
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
Volume 6 Number 16
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, April 20,1984
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Israel Independence Day -May 6-at FAU
Featuring Shoshana Ron, Israeli Entertainer
IB'nai B'rith Youth Organization has established its first chapter in
IBoca Baton. The members held their chapter elections last week and
lice are proud to announce the following officers have been elected:
iMark Goldin, AZA president; Beth Metsch, BBG president; Courtney
ISchlessvr, vice-president; Sharon Spodak, treasurer. For more in-
formation, please contact the chapter advisor, Esther Reichkind at
1487-2170.
The Community Relations
Council and the Adolph and Rose
Levis Jewish Community Center
of the South County Jewish
Federation announce that plans
are finalized for the annual Israel
Independence Day extravaganza.
The stage and field area behind
the University Center at FAU
will be the setting for this year's
exciting program, commencing
promptly at 12 noon.
The arrangements for the day
were planned to provide stimul-
ating activities and enter-
tainment for people of all ages,
toddlers to seniors. The comme-
moration is especially symbolic
his year, as it's Israel's 36th
Shoshana Ron
6th Annual Adult B'nai Mitzvah at Beth El
anniversary,
Chai.
signifying double
Op Friday evening, April 20 at
[Shahhat evening services at 8
pi .. seven members of Temple
Heth El will celebrate their B'nai
Mitzvah.
The members who have been
|studying since the early fall
include James B. Baer, president
*f i he 1.225 family congregation,
|Shelly Roothe, Frances Levme,
Raquel Aronow, and Fred Saxe.
A special event will be the cele-
bration of their B'not Mitzvah by
mother and daughter, Sheila and
Betsy Driben.
According to Rabbi Merle E.
Singer, "This, the 6th annual
BYai Mitzvah class, represents
the commitment of our congre-
Dine Warns
Anti-Israel Policies Will
Surface Whoever Wins
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
JJTA) Thomas Dine,
executive director of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC),
warned here that despite
the "upbeat" feeling in
United States-Israel
relations there is a "sense
of foreboding" that no
matter who is elected Presi-
dent in November, anti-Is-
rael policies will once again
be pressed in Washington.
This is because a "perverted"
peace process will be resurrected,
Dine told the 1,000 persons
attending AIPAC's 25th annual
policy conference at the
Washington Hilton Hotel. He
said it would not make any dif-
ference whether the next
President is Ronald Reagan
again or former Vice President
Walter Mondale or Sen. Gary
Hart (I).. Col.I, all of whom he
said have "authentic pro-Israel
beliefs."
"In the past few years, the real
and noble process that began at
Camp David has been put aside,
Continued on Page 3-
Federation Annual Meeting
To Be Held At New
Baer Jewish Campus
Mananne Bobick. President of
irar'UlhL Counlv J*"h
the an''"'1/ hS nnnunwd that
1 Monday. May 7. 7:30 p.m. at
James and Marjorie Baer
f"L (anipus. 336 N.W.
River Blvd..
Spanish
Kaion.
Boca
J" making the announcement
. KnlMdc said. "We are ex-
.'.'-^K-U. hold our annual
lewishr- year at our new
'\ ;upus. Wearestructur-
,,url meeting of about one
hour, so that we will be able to
have dessert and coffee as well as
time to show the full extent of our
new campus to all present."
The agenda will include a
President's report as well as the
giving of campaign and com-
munity awards and the election
of officers. All contributors to the
1984 UJA-Federation campaign
are invited to share this evening.
Those wishing to attend are
urged to RSVP by calling the
Federation office at 368-2737.
gation to education at all ages.
These celebrants have expressed
and demonstrated their desire to
learn and publicly observe this
milestone."
Each of the B'nai Mitzvah will
conduct a portion of the Sabbath
worship. Additonally, each will
recite the Brachot before and
after they read from the Torah
and offer an interpretation of
their passage.
The congregation extends a
hearty Mazel Tov to each of the
celebrants and cordially invites
the community to share in their
Simcha.
The myriad of festivities may
include the following: a children's
walk-a-thon; opening ceremonies
featuring community leaders and
dignitaries; food and beverages;
organized games and surprises
for toddlers; a maccabiad for
youth; clowns, and scheduled
local entertainment. Booths will
be set up by the various South
County Jewish organizations, to
provide information about the
organizations, and to sell Israeli
and Judaica products.
At 3 p.m. the fair-like activities
will cease and the audience will be
entertained by Shoshana Ron.
Shoshana Ron, an Israeli-
international artist, combines
outstanding ability, warmth and
vitality in every song she ren-
ders. Her rare sensitivity and
unique interpretations assure
immediate rapport with
audiences everywhere.
She has performed with such
personalities as Jan Peerce, Carol
Channing, Sam Levenson, Alan
King and many others. She has
been heard on Broadway, Lincoln
Center, leading hotels and night
clubs and with national organ-
izations and has given concert
performances throughout Israel,
Europe and the Western
Hemisphere.
Her repertoire includes folk
songs, popular, ballads and songs
from musicals and opera. She
sings in Hebrew, Yiddish,
English, Russian and in other
languages with equal facility.
Her latest recording is of Hebrew
and Yiddish songs.
The South County Jewish
Federation velcomes the entire
community to join in the festi-
vities on May 6. If anyone
requires additional information,
call Ceri Rosenberg at the
Federation office, 368-2737.
^Happy Passover


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Page 2 The Jewish Ftoridian of South County/Friday, April 20,1984
Areas Warns
Egypt Set to Violate Peace Treaty
By JTA Services
TEL AVIV Defense
Minister Moshe Arens has ac-
cused Egypt of preparing to
violate the military terms of the
Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty. He
claimed in a radio interview that
Egypt is building a military
infrastructure in Sinai sufficient
for an entire field army.
Arens said that while the mil-
itary- annex to the 1979 peace
treaty does not define the limits
of the infrastructure Egypt can
build in Sinai, it limits Egyptian
troop deployment on the penin-
sula to a single division. Accord-
ing to Arens, the Egyptians are
building facilities for an army of
at least four divisions.
He said Israel feared that
Egypt would soon be capable of
the rapid deployment of more
troops than are allowed in Sinai
under the treaty.
Israel did not give up the entire
Sinai "merely to have an Egyp-
tian Ambassador in Tel Aviv for
only three years, up to when he
was withdrawn in 1982." the
Defense Minister said.
If UN Expels Israel,
We'll Walk Too- Reagan
NEW YORK President
Reagan told a group of some 120
Jewish leaders here that there is
an alliance between Israel and the
United States and that if Israel is
expelled from the United
Nations. "We will walk out with
her."
Reagan met with members of
the Jewish Community Relations
Council (JCRCl of New York in a
private meeting at the Plaza
Hotel last Thursday. He was in
the city to present a posthumous
award to Terence Cardinal Cooke.
The President's remarks at the
meeting were conveyed later at a
press conference by Peggy Tish-
man. president of the JCRC. and
Malcolm Hoenlein. JCRC execu-
tive director. According to Tish-
man. Reagan said that all the
"ugliness of anti-Semtism" still
exists, pointing out that the "so-
called anti-Zionism" in the
United Nations "is just another
mask for vicious anti-Semitism
that the United States will not
tolerate."
Israeli Jets Bomb
Terrorist Base
TEL AVIV Israel Air Force
jets bombed a Palestinian
terrorist base in Lebanon. A
military spokesman said the
target was a building in
Bhamdoun on the Beirut-
Damascus highway which served
as a base for the Democratic
Front for the Liberation of Pales-
tine I DFLPl.
The DFLP. headquartered in
Damascus, claimed responsibility
for the Apr. 2 terrorist attack in
downtown Jerusalem which
wounded 48 persons. It is a
Marxist. pro-Soviet group
headed by Nayef Hawatmeh. The
military spokesman said the
s Israeli pilots reported direct hits
L on the target, and all planes
? returened safely to their bases.
But according to reports from
Beirut, reporters who said they
were taken to view the target
_ after the bombing, the building, a
former hotel, no longer houses
j the DFLP. The reporters said
I they were told that it is used as a
* weapons store by a pro-Syrian
Lebanese militia.
Report Reveals Warnings
Of 700,000 Murders
NEW YORK A 20-page
appendix to the soon to be rel-
. eased report by the American
Jewisrr Commission on the
Holocaust will reveal that
warnings in 1942 by the Jewish
Labor Committee (JLC) from
sources within Poland and resist
ance underground conduits indi-
cated that 700,000 Jews had
already been killed by the Nazis
and that broader plans were
underway for the mass exter-
mination of European Jewry.
The appendix to the report,
scheduled for release later this
week, will state: "The Jewish
Labor Committee tried to awaken
American Jewry to this immense
tragedy; instead, it encountered
lethargy and lack of real in-
terest," according to Jules
Kolodny, chairman of the JLC.
Kolodny said the Commission's
report will indicate that the JLC
information received in 1942 was
widely reported in the media.
Alfonsin Says Argentine
Vote Was A 'Mistake'
BUENOS AIRES President
Raul Alfonsin and Foreign
Minister Dante Caputo told
Nathan Perlmutter. national
director of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. that their
country's recent vote at the
United Nations meeting in
Geneva condemning Israel for
human rights violations was "a
mistake" and not consistent with
Argentina's policy of depo-
liticizing its votes on human
rights issues.
Alfonsin received Perlmutter.
Rabbi Morton Rosenthal.
director of ADL's Latin Amer-
ican Affairs Department, and
Elias Strum, a member of AD'.'s
National Executive Committee,
who are leading a 10-member
delegation on a mission to Latin
America. They were accompanied
by Isaac Frankel. vice president
of B'nai B'rith International, and
leaders of B'nai B'rith in
Argentina.
Kohl: Germany Must
Be Even-Handed
NEW YORK West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl, in a
letter to the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations, has
acknowledged that "we Germans
bear a special responsibility for
Israel's security" but said it was
"essential" for West Germany
"to pursue an even-handed policy
toward all states in the region,"
the Presidents Conference
reported. ,
In reply, Julius Berman,
chairman of the Presidents
Conference, said that the im-
pending massive sale of military
weapons and supplies by West
Germany to Saudi Arabia could
"imperil the very survival of the
Jewish State." Berman declared
that this danger was underscored
"by the threat of jihad holy
war against Israel by King
Fahd."
Beit Din Releases Her
From'Aguna' Status
JERUSALEM The Tel
Aviv Rabbinical Court has
released an Iraqi Jewish woman
now living in New York from the
bonds of being an aguna, declar-
ing that there is no doubt that
her husband was executed by the
Baghdad authorities. The deci-
sion means, according to the rel-
igious daily. Hatzofe. that
several other Iraqi women whose
husbands are now considered
dead will be able to remarry.
Aguna is the halachic term for
a woman whose husband is
missing and presumed dead, but
without firm evidence that he is
indeed dead. Such a woman may
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Belgium Urged to Battle Against
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ment of Belgium and all other
European governments to in-
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international terrorism. "The
forces of peace must unite and act
in order to prevent the world
from becoming a ruthless
jungle." the group declared in a
statement denouncing last
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peaceful life in the Middle East.
"The fanatic killers' only objec-
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A satement by the Jewish Lay
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Anti-Israel Policies Will Surface in '84
Continued from Page 1
nd the term 'peace process' has
^en expropriated as a code word
or a different policy that actually
insists of tilting toward the
b-abs and deliberately provoking
nsions with Israel," Dine
|harged. ____
HE PREDICTED this "peace
process." unlike the one in which
late Egyptian President
(,nwar Sadat agreed to sit down
nd negotiate with Israel, would
egin, "with another round of
lishful thinking" about King
Jussein of Jordan "by advisers
nd experts who predictably will
ssert that if only the United
Stales offers him enough
Iromises and weapons and
[ledges of pressure against Israel
hen, maybe, he will consent to
!msicier a negotiation. This, only
|fter his preconditions are met."
Dine said that second step
tould follow which would be to
to bring the Palestine Libera-
tor) Organization in support of
[ussein with "more secret nego-
ations with the PLO" in
Eolation of U.S. commitments to
prael and with promises to Yasir
(rafat that Jerusalem would be
negotiable."
He said this would be followed
"gestures" to Syria and the
Dviet Union "to gain their
trmission to let Arafat allow
lussein to negotiate."
Thomas Dine
DINE ADDED that "what is
so troubling is that the seeds of
this perverted notion of a peace
process can be found throughout
the Washington establishment
among liberals as well as con-
servatives, Republicans as well
as Democrats."
But Dine said supporters of
Israel "have real strength" not
only in that Reagan, Hart and
Mondale "rank among the
staunchest friends of Israel to
run for the office of President,"
but in the many supporters of
Israel running for the House and
Senate.
"We have to work now to
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ensure that we never again face
the crisis that beset U S.-Israel
relations in the cold period of
1982-83," Dine said. He said the
military and economic alliance
between Israel and the U.S. must
be "nailed down" so that "Israel
will then come to be seen, not as a
supplicant for American han-
douts, but as a full fledged
American partner, helping to
promote and defend American
interests" in the Middle East.
SECONDLY, Dine stressed,
"We have to ensure that whoever
is in office in January, 1985, will
return to the real peace process,
the Camp David process, and will
not instead pursue a process
predicated on pressuring Israel."
He said this means "insisting
that U.S. policy not be based on
wishful thinking about Arab
intentions but rather on a clear
understanding that it is the
Arabs who must first show a
willingness to make peace before
the United States and Israel can
be expected to respond."
Dine said Arab states should
not receive arms from the U.S.
"until and unless they agree to
make peace with Israel." He said
the world must be "made to
understand" that just as Israel's
existence is not negotiable,
"Jerusalem as the capital of
Israel is not negotiable.
"We have to dispel the illusion
that Jerusalem will ever be
divided again let alone handed
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of South County Friday. April 20,1984
Recalling the Exodus and Commitment to Education
The story of modern Israel, like the story
of the Exodus, is punctuated with perils
and studded with successes. But this is an
ongoing story; neither the dangers nor the
trimphs are a thing of the past alone. For
the people of Israel, and in fact for Jews
everywhere, Passover is a time to celebrate
victories and a warning against com-
placency.
The holiday itself will be launched with
the first Seder this coming Monday
evening, Apr. 16. From time immemorial,
Judaism has regarded its festivals not
purely as a time for regaling, but also for
educational enrichment. This has been the
hallmark of Jewish tradition ever since the
first Jewish holiday, Passover, was in-
stituted.
And so on Passover, as we sit around the
Seder table, we will talk not only of the
past, but of the present, as well. Only by
reflecting on its historical roots and by
reexamining the rituals which enrich
Passover, can we respond to the historical
importance of the festival in terms of
yesterday and today.
"Speak unto the Children of Israel and
declare unto them the appointed festivals
of the Lord" (Lev. 23:2). From this Biblical
passage, our Talmudic sages deduced that
Moses had ordained that beginning with 30
days prior to each major festival, the laws
and customs characteristic of each holiday
occasion be thoroughly reviewed and
analyzed (Megillah 32a).
It is this sort of reflection expected from
us on Passover that we can engage in as we
read the Haggadah in terms of the
derivative Biblical command: "And you
shall tell your children on that day saying,
this (Seder) is performed on account of
what the Eternal One did unto me when I
came forth from Egypt (Exod. 13:8)."
Past in Future
Conceiving of this historical com-
mandment in modern terms, we may
ponder upon our duty to transmit to our
own children the history of the Jewish
people, including Jewish culture and
Jewish tradition, for the purpose of in-
spiring in them a strong Jewish identity
and strong Jewish self-esteem.
In the end, these are the best and most
effective antidotes against Jewish
alienation, intermarriage and assimilation,
the three major debilitating diseases that
erode our American Jewish community.
The Seder matzoh and charosis and
wine and maror; the Haggadah itself; the
happy singing of "Who Knows One?" and
"Chad Gadya;" the child's anticipation of
the arival of Elijah to sip from his special
cup; that same child's search for the
afikomen all of these things are indeed
the spirit of Passover from time im-
memorial.
But in our own day, all these things
point, as well, to the deep concern of the
authors of the Haggadah for the education
of the young in the injunction of the
Haggadah on this subject involving "the
wise, the wicked, the simple and the one
who has no capacity to inquire."
It is this consideration that brings us to
the modern Jew on Passover our suc-
cesses but also the perils before us that
challenge our very survival without the
knowledge in our children to carry the past
into the present. And the future.
The
Jewish Floridian
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Youth Aliyah At Fifty
Friday. ApriJ 20. 1984
Volume 6
18NISAN5744
Number 16
Israel's Youth Aliyah is 50
years old. It hardly seems
possible. The face of Youth
Aliyah is such a young face .
elusive, glimpsed through a train
window; vulnerable, on the deck
of an "illegal" steamer; eager, on
the dock at Haifa; hard-eyed and
suspicious after years of wan-
dering; flushed with effort from
plowing and hoeing; bright with
the laughter shared with a friend.
It's a face with history written
across its features.
Youth Aliyah was born in
prewar Berlin in the imaginatioi
of ardent Zionist Recha Freier
and midwifed in Jerusalem by
Henrietta Szold, founder of
Hadassah What these two
women, created was a daring
wartime rescue movement that
snaUrhed children from the teeth
I of Nazi oppression to be healed
on the kibbutzim of a Jewish
homeland.
The teaching methods and
living arrangements devised by
Henrietta Szold in those early
years are the basis of Youth
Aliyahs success 50 years later-
small, self-governing peer
groups, live-in counselors, and an
enduring commitment to acad
emic and practical training. For
many children the youth groups
replaced lost homes and families
and provided the love, security
and discipline required for
healthy growth.
Sustained after World War II
by the steady partnership of
Israel and Diaspora Jewry as a
major program of the Jewish
Agency, Youth Aliyah became
the home for any Jewish child in
trouble.
As the demographic composi-
tion of the student body shifted,
teachers, counselors and Jewish
Agency administrators struggled
to adapt the program to new
kinds of children and new kinds
of needs and problems.
Since the late 1960s, Youth
Aliyah s major focus has been on
Israel's children from disad-
vantaged neighborhoods or from
problem and broken homes .
children whose emotional,
behavioral or learning difficulties
requireiextra support before they
can build productive, successful
lives.
The Jewish Agency's concern
for Israel's disadvantaged found
programmatic expression as
early as 1941, when Henrietta
hzold organized Youth Aliyah's
Town-to-Country" project. Idle
underprivileged teenagers were
taken from city slums and over-
crowded immigrant settlements
and placed in healthy environ-
ments for learning and growth.
To further meet the needs of
Voting people whose recent
immigrant or impoverished and
culturally limited families sti
live in development towns. YaM
Aliyah has opened nonresident
centers to provide a wide vark
of vocational training, social ai
cultural programs. There aren
21 community-based cent
rescuing more than 2,000 youn
sters from aimless street liv
drug involvement and the
tional illiteracy that makes
service impossible and foreclo
career options.
Through the 1970's and I
the "face" of Youth Aliyah
changed several more times. Wil
think of 9,000 children from tbel
Soviet Union, confused bj|
freedom and searching
authentic Jewish roots;
1,000 youngsters from Iratn.1
desperately worried about I
families left behind and, mo*
recently, 400 Ethiopian children.!
eagerly traversing a centuries-
long culture gap in two short j
years.
No wonder Youth Aliy*|
doesn't look its age. Its imagej|
always the face of its new""
student; its reality, an evolvi
dynamic program. What*
needs emerge among 'sr8*'!l
children, whatever winds J
currents sweep across
Diaspora, Youth Aliyah at
ready to be a secure home. M
avenue to self-fullment. *l
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Friday, April 20,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
Left to right: Stuart Schulman, Daniel Man, Steve Melcer, Orin Stern, Larry Charme, Arnold
Berliner.
Young Executives Sports Day Announced
Dr. Arnold Berliner, Chairman
of the Young Executives and
professionals Division, an-
nounced recently that a Sports
Day will be held on May 20 at
Boca West.
This Division, a part of the
general Men's Campaign, is the
creation of Men's Division
Chairman. Dr. Larry Charme.
According to Charme, "There is
an untapped resource in our
South County community of
many young professionals and
businessmen who would like to
get involved in Federation. This
is one approach to making our
young physicians, attorneys,
bankers, businessmen and the
like, aware of what Federation is
really all about, and preparing
them for leadership positions in
the future. This group has a lot to
offer our Jewish community, and
Federation must become an
integral part of their lives."
The Young Executives
Division is currently planning a
golf tournament and a tennis
round-robin followed by a bar-
becue. A "fun run" is also being
considered at this time. All acti-
vities will take place at Boca
West on Glades Road in Boca
Raton.
A minimum gift of $300 per
person will be required to enter
the tournament, and prizes will
be awarded to the winners of each
event. Spouses are invited to
partake of the activities as well.
Further details will be forth-
coming shortly.
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RELIGION IN THE U.S.
By RABBI SAMUEL M. SILVER
Temple Sinai, Deb-ay Beach, Fla.
One of the most asinine declarations of modern times is the
U.S. Supreme Court decision that the Christmas nativity scene
is not "religious."
That decision reflects the increasingly convervative tendency
of the Court. At one time it held that capital punishment is
immoral; now it has modified that view, and executions by the
dozens are in view.
Let us examine both situations a bit more closely. The
Supreme Court judges know full well that the creche is a
religious object. They ruled that it wasn't because they agree
with those who believe that sectarianism in public life is kosher.
The same outlook prompted the effort to inject prayers into the
public school scene.
Sensitive Christians objected to both endeavors. They believe
that the nativity is part of their faith outlook, but they hold that
its place is in a religious institution or a home, not in an area
(city hall or classroom) that is supported by the taxes of all
citizens.
Furthermore, the debate overlooks an important distinction
between converting a school into a place of worship and in-
forming pupils what various religions teach. An earlier Supreme
Court said that religious rites in the school are improper, but
teaching about religion is okay.
With respect to capital punishment, governmental executions
are a way of confessing that efforts at rehabilitating criminals
have failed. Many nations, including Israel, get along without
capital punishment, and their crime rate is no higher than the
nations who do resort to official murder of criminals.
Americans must ponder the possibility that the Supreme
Court may continue its conservative course if the government
itself will move in that direction.
PUBLIX WISHES
YOUAMD
YOUR FAMIIY
A JOYOUS
mSSOVER
CELEBRATION.
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored
festival inspires.


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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, AprU 20,1984
Left to right: Simon and Ruth Silverman, Ber-
nard and Lillian Kaplan, Emma and Dr. Irwin
Jaslou: Annely and Murray Miller, Linda and
Steven Marcus.
Rainberry LakeCampaignHolds 1st Event
Paul Godofsky presenting the City of Peace Award to Abby and
Mildred Levine.
Del Aire Host
Sensational Bond Drive
On a beautiful Sunday af-
ternoon recently, Bob and Elsie
Gordon opened their magnificent
home for the first annual Del Aire
Bond Campaign. The capacity
crowd oohed and ahed at the
house which the Gordons
graciously opened to 150 of their
neighbors for this event.
Chairman Howard Pittman was
pleased to announce that close to
$500,000 was raised through the
sale of Israel Bonds.
The cocktail party was the
culmination of several weeks of
campaigning by a devoted
committee co-chaired by Leonard
Weisenberg. Members of the
committee were Reuben Axelrod.
Samuel Carson. Joseph Cohen.
George Colin. William Doninger.
Louis Fink. Jerome Frankel.
George Friedland. Paul
Godofsky. Robert Gordon. Silven
Gordon. Larry Gottsegen.
Herman Green. Paul Greene.
Manny Grumet. Aaron Gural.
Sidney Hildebrand. William
[sensteil Daniel Jesser. Sidney
Sherman Kaufman,
ph Klein, Armond Knopf.
Gary Lebbin. William Lester.
Abner Levine. Frederick
Lichtrrian. Harvey Lurie. David
Marcus. Stanle} Miller, Erik
Pai. Ernest Perlmutter.
Benjamii I'ressner. Paul Rabin.
ph Rnthchild. Alfred Saffer.
Henry Satsky, Ben Seger. Sol
Shanus, Eueene Squires. Stanley
Strocker. Saul Weinberger.
Frank White. Dr. Louis
Winkelman: Bernard Woolman,
Sidney Zuckerman.
The highlight of the party was
the City of Peace Award
presented by Paul Godofsky to
Abner and Mildred Levine for
their outstanding work in the
Jewish community and for Israel
Bonds. Mildred looked lovely in
her linen oatmeal dress with the
Lion of Judah she wears so
proudly. Abby was thrilled with
the turnout, and pleased they had
been chosen to be honored at the
first annual Del Aire Bond
Campaign.
The crowd was to have been
addressed by Senator Paula
Hawkins who, at the last minute,
was called to El Salvador. She
recruited in her place. Senator
Arlan Spector. who graciously
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consented to speak to the group
and addressed himself to the
issue of Israel's political scene.
On Sunday, April 8, a $100
Men*s minimum brunch was held
at the home of Linda and Steve
Marcus (Chairmen of Rainberry
Lake). This was the first attempt
at having a campaign in this new
area.
In attendance were Dr. Irwin
and Emma Jaslow, Mr. Bernard
and Lillian Kaplan. Mr. Steve
and Linda Marcus, Mr. Murray
and Annely Miller, Mr. Simon
and Ruth Silverman. Marcia
Needle. Staff Associate and
Harvey Grossman, Campaign
Director. represented the
Federation.
Linda Marcus prepared a del-
icious brunch buffet, which was
followed by mingling and con-
versation which included discus-
sion of Federation and Israel.
Harvey Grossman gave an
informative and stimulating talk
about South County Jewish
Federation local services and
Israel, including Israel's most
recent discoveries and medical-
technological advances. As an
example, they have perfected a
fish which starts out as a female
to hatch eggs, turns into a male
to fertilize them, and then turns
back into a female.
All participants had an en-
joyable morning and were
particularly appreciative that
Linda and Steve Marcus opened
their home for the Federation
brunch. The nicest part of the
day was the warm feelings of
comraderie that developed
among these neighbors, as they
looked forward to Campaign '85.
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Member of Founders Society Honored at ^^0^*,^0^ fS
members of the Founders Society
which represents the highest
level of financial commitment to
Aid for the Aged. Inc.: Belle
Deitch. Lester Entin. Fred
Pomerantz. Abe Meltzer, Sam
Klein, Benjamin Ossman.
EmanueJ Scideman, Albert Wohl,
Sheldon Fantle and Joseph
Soffer.
Aid for the Aged Dinner Dance
Aid for the Aged. Inc. recently
held its gala Dinner Dance at the
Great Hall <>f the Boca Raton
Hotel.
Over ;((Hi people in attendance
heard reports from the local
social service organizations that
are recipients of grants from Aid
for 1 he Aged. The program was
chaired by Abe Meltzer,
president.
The noted band of Herb Street
of Manhattan and South Florida
was enjoyed by all present. Four
cabbage patch dolls were auc-
tioned with proceeds going to Aid
for the Aged. The auctioneer was
I^onard Rudolph.
Mr. Meltzer commented "this
has been the most successful of
all of our dinner dances for Aid
for the Aged. In our short life Aid
for the Aged has distributed
more than a quarter of a rnillionW
dollars to agencies serving the
aged. With the help of people like
those in attendance at our dinner
dance we will be able to continue
this needed work."
TAU Scientist Invents Process
for Non-Proliferative
Generation of Nuclear Power
One of the most terrifying
aspects of the nuclear age is the
problem of proliferation, since the
same technology used to generate
power can be used to make
nuclear weapons. Now, a Tel
Aviv University physicist has
invented a process for the
generation of nuclear power that
is non-proliferative.
Lauren Azoulai. the Executive
Director of the local chapter of
the American Friends of Tel Aviv
University reports that Dr. Alvin
Kadkowskv. Professor of Nuclear
Engineering at TAU's Faculty of
KngiiuH'rif^'. has found the
answer to a question that has
puzzled scientists for years
how to generate nuclear power
with thorium, a metal which is
three to four times as plentiful as
uranium.
"It's difficult to utilize thorium
for nuclear power because it
doesn "t contain fissionable
material." Prof. Kadkowskv said.
"Now we've found a way to use
it. Uranium will still be needed,
but in much smaller quantities,
and the reactor will be non-
proliferative."
Prof. Radkowsky is now
working on the design of a light
water reactor that will use this
new process. Development of the
new thorium reactor is being
conducted by a research group,
under Prof. Radkowskys
direction, at Tel Aviv and Ben
Gurion Universities. The
research is coordinated by
Ramon the University
Authority for Applied Research
and Industrial Development.
Funding will be provided by New
Power Technology, a New York
firm that has acquired the rights
to market the process, and
Israel's Ministries of Energy and
Science and Development.
mm
Serving on the board of New
Power Technology are a number
of leading American physicists,
including Prof. Edward Teller of
the Lawrence Livermore Labor-
atory at the University of
California; Nobel laureates Prof.
Hans Bethe of Cornell Univer-
sity, and Prof. Eugene Wigner of
Princeton, and Prof. Herbert
Goldstein. Chairman of the
Nuclear Engineering Department
at Columbia Unviersity.
According to Dr. Samuel
Finav. Director of Ramot.
" Kadkowskv's design has a
unique and important advantage
"u'r uranium fueled plants
because it can be established
throughout the world without
risk of stockpiling of atomic
materials, such as plutonium for
the development of nuclear
weapons."
Prof. Radkowsky said he
expects to complete the design of
the new reactor within two years,
and predicted it would be
producing nuclear power within a
decade. Since thorium is much
more abundant than uranium, he
said the new process would insure
that the world's energy require-
ments are met for the next 200
years.
Prof. Radkowsky has had a
long and distinguished career in
nuclear engineering and holds a
number of patents for a variety of
reactor inventions. He was chief
scientist of the U.S. Atomic
Energy Commission's Office of
Naval Reactors from 1950 to
1972, and has directed a number
of advanced research projects for
the International Atomic Energy
Agency. the U.S. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission, the U.S.
Department of Energy, and
others.
Left to right, members of the Founders Society:
Belle Deitch, Lester Entin. Fred Pomerantz, Abe
Meltzer, Sam Klein.
Left to right, members of the Founders Society: Wohl, Sheldon Fantle and Joseph Soffer.
Benjamin Ossman, Emanuel Seideman, Albert
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i iiu*y, r eoruary 44, iwm

Front rou>, fe/ir to ri^Af. Sam Lot/if, Martha
Lovit, Marty Grossman, Gerri Grossman, Rev
Grauel Back row, left to right: Bernard Schach-
man, Hanna Rose Schachman, Hilda Pacter,
Bernard Pacter, Gerri Rosenberg.
Boca Teeca Sets New Record
In Israel Bond Campaign
With great enthusiasm, Ber-
nard Pacter, a chairman for the
Boc% Teeca Israel Bond Cam-
paign, announced sales in excess
of $180,000, an increase over last
year's campaign. Mr. Pacter,
together with co-chairman Sam
Lovit. were pleased with the
results of the six month cam-
paign.
The entire committee worked
diligently on speaking to their
neighbors. On the committee
were Walter Ackerman, Sam
Bell, Ken Bennett, Irving Brown,
Arthur Childs, Jack Epstein,
Irving Gennet. Harry Hochman,
Anne Krainin, Sidney Kwass,
Ellis Levy, Joe Lindeman, Phillip
Popick, Irving Kifkin, Rose
Rifkin. Len Robinson, Al
Rosenberg, Alfred Saxe, Ger-
trude Saxe, Bernard Schachman,
Max Schustek. Ben Solomon,
Abe Veiner. Harold Yaffe, Mel
Zweig.
As a culminating activity,
Bernard Schachman was honored
at a dinner at L'Hexagone on
March 18. at which Rev. John
Grauel addressed the capacity
crowd. Rev. Grauel, a staunch
supporter of Israel, spoke about
the current political situation in
Israel and the needs of the
people.
Hadassah Spring Conference
The Florida Central Region of
Hadassah embraces an area from
Boca Raton in the South, to
Tallahassee and Jacksonville in
the North. The Hadassah Spring
Conference will be held at the
Royce Hotel. Belvedere Road. W.
Palm Beach, Sunday, April 29, at
1 p.m. which will include an
awards luncheon.
There are approximately
16,000 Hadassah members
residing in this area. President
Lisl Schick of Clearwater will
head the Annual Spring Con-
ference, announced Dorothy
Mofson Kaye. conference
chairman.
The Spring Conference is to
impart information to the officers
and chairpersons of the various
groups and chapters. Past ac-
complishments will be recognized
and evaluated, and future plans
will be developed, according to
Goldie Bernstein, Workshop
Coordinator. Marilyn Moosnick,
of Lexington. Kentucky, a
member of the National Service
Committee of Hadassah, will be
the advisor. Mrs. Moosnick, an
award winning personality in her
area, is active in many civic and
philanthropic organizations.
Congressman Tom Lewis, of the
12th Congressional District.
Florida, who visited Israel
recently, will be the guest
speaker for the Zionist American
Affairs Plenary Session, at 8 p.m.
Interesting sessions are planned
for the entire conference, culmin-
ating with a closing luncheon at
1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May I.
1984.
Reservations may be made for
the entire conference, or any of
the individual events. Local
chapter Presidents of Hadassah
will be glad to supply any in-
formation.
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B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Feidman, Hazzan Donald
Roberta. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
Evening services Monday through Thursday 5:15 p.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
16189 Carter Road 1 block south of Linton Blvd., Delray
Beach, Florida 33445. Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. Sacks.
Daily Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class
5 p.m. Phone 499-9229.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at Carteret Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation Office, West Atlantic, corner Carter Road, Delray Beach.
Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat, Saturdays, 9 a.m. and
Kiddush. Edward Dorfman. President 499-6687. Temple
Office 14600 Cumberland Drive. Delray Beach. Fla. 33446,
Phone 495-0466.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Reform.
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant Rabbi
Richard Agler. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services at
8 p.m. Family Shabbath Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of each
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015, Boca Raton. Fla. 33434.
Conservative. Located in Century Village, Boca. Daily Services
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:16 p.m., Sunday
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Reuben Saltzman, President, Joseph M.
Pollack, Cantor. Phone 483-5557.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Fla. 33445. Con-
servative. Phone: 498-3536. Bernard A. Sirver, Rabbi; Naftaly
A. Linkovsky, Cantor. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m.,
Saturday at 8:45 a.m., Daily Minyans at8:46 a.m. and 6 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
Cason United Methodist Church, 342 N. Swinton Ave. (corner
Lake Ida Rd>, Delray Beach, Fla. Reform. Mailing Address:
SLLT 1901- ^^y Beach, Fla. 33444. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Habbi Samuel Silver, President Samuel Rothstein, Phone 276-
6161.
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Day School, iivy. join St., Boca Kator iy. w*
pm Saturday morning 9:30 a.m. Minch-Maariv. President,
Ur. Israel Bruk, Phone: 483-8616.


Organizatidns In The News
Friday, April 20,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 11
OUT
Women's American OUT Boca
jentury Chapter will celebrate
Jother's Day at the Musicana
Theatre in West Palm Beach,
Sunday, May 13. Buses will leave
[he Clubhouse at 4:30 p.m. The
lost is $25 per person which
deludes transportation, dinner
End show. Please call for your
nervations, Estelle Berman at
82-2108 or Shirley Moshontoz at
82-9848.
Women's American ORT
ijandalfoot Chapter will hold
[heir next meeting on Monday,
\pril 23 at 1 p.m. at the West
oca Community Center in the
^ral Gables Bank building in
Sandalfoot Cove. They will also
hold a rummage sale at the
parking lot of the same location
fm Friday, April 27 in the a.m.
Women's American ORT
)riole Chapter will hold their
next meeting on Thursday, April
26 at the American Bank, Kings
Point Shopping Center, W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. Entertain-
ment by Sarah Filner. This
[meeting is open to men and
vomen. For further information,
blease call Adele Abrams 499-
F950.
Women's American ORT Boca
ilades Chapter will hold a
pinner Dance on Saturday, May
at the Boca Greens Clubhouse.
[The cost is $12.50 per person.
This event is expected to be a
1(11 <>ut so please make your
[nervations early. For further
Information and reservations,
liU-ase ell Lillian Rossat 499-3428
hr Arlene Gelber 483-4354.
Women's Amrican ORT
)elpointe Chapter will hold their
kexl meeting on Tuesday, April
Vl at 12:30 p.n at the Boynton
l\omen's Club. 1110 S. Federal
Hwy. Boynton Beach. An inter-
Kling program will be presented.
Refreshments will be served. For
luriher information, please call
198-7671.
TEMPLE SINAI
The holiday of Passover,
onu icmorating history's first
Kolt against slavery, will be
Rwrved by members of Temple
[inai ai t heir Sabbat h eve service
liid;i\. April 20 at 8:15 p.m. at
leih Israel Memorial Chapel,
*M W. Atlantic Ave.. Delray.
jiililii Samuel Silver will lead in
V conduct of ritual assigned to
h Sabbath during the week of
hssover. His sermon will be
ft it led "Passovertures." The
Wic is invited.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
Ho their next meeting on
fonday. April 23 at the
[nierican Savings Bank, W.
t (antic Ave.. Delray. Election of
IRcers for 1984-85 will take
[ace Clara Hilt, program chair-
||Bon will address the members
I h the theme "Where There is
p'e There is Hope; from the
fkjcausi u> Israel's Inde-
tnoence Prospective members
p mvited. Refreshments will be
frved.
BETH SHALOM
fe*. .Beth Shalom
Mterhood of Century Village
[}will hold their next meeting
Mo"day.April23atl0a.m.in
. Administration Building
fw monthly luncheon and card
G. W,U !* he,d on ^e first
l"nJay of each month and
fervations must be made in
KB7cl?rlvta 482-7207 or
Pie 482-5177 or the Temple
f.ce 483-5557 for further ft
tolnn- -An '"testing
kinK aervd at their
HADASSAH
i,d*88*h Boc Maariv
Re!.of Century VUlage West
ledn t lheir next *W on
wnesday. April 25 at 1:30 p.m.
Ilea^l Adm'nstration Bldg.
"la^ make a special note of the
time change. Reports and plans
of upcoming functions will be
outlined. New members are
welcome. Refreshments will be
served and an interesting
program is planned. For further
information, please call Selma
483-3253 or Nettie 482-9085. The
Thrift Shop is open so please
contact Helen 482-4883 for
furhter information.
Hadassah Menacbem Begin
will hold their next meeting on
Wednesday, April 25 at 12 noon
at Temple Emeth, W. Atlantic
Aye., Delray. Associates and
friends are invited r attend. A
very special surprise program is
planned.
PIONEER WOMEN
Pioneer Women Zipporah Club
Na'Amat of Delray will hold their
next meeting on Tuesday, April
24 at 12 noon at the American
Savings Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Refreshments will be
served. Their guest speaker will
talk on Israel. For enrollment
information, please call 499-1789.
Pioneer Women-Kinneret
Chapter N'Amat of Palm Greens,
Delray will hold their Donor
Luncheon on Thursday, April 26
at 12 noon at the Crystal Lake
Country Club in Pompano. A
fashion show will features
designs created and produced at
the Timon School in Israel. Lil
Roskin and Roz Sobel will
coordinate the program. The
Timon School is part of a network
of 1,000 educational, vocational
and social service centers sup-
ported by Pioneer Women trying
to enhance the quality of life for
women and children in Israel.
ARMDI
The Ram at Gan Chapter of
American Red Magen David For
Israel, Delray, Boynton Chapter
will hold their next meeting on
Tuesday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. at
the American Savings Bank, W.
Atlantic Ave.. Delray. Refresh-
ments will be served and all are
invited to attend. A Passover
Story will be heard. For further
information please call Mark
Silverton at 499-4706 or M.
Lutzker 499-2471.
NCJW
National Council of Jewish
Women Boca. Delray branch will
hold their next meeting on
Friday, April 27 at 9:30 a.m. at
the Boca Teeca meeting room,
5800 N.W. 2nd. Ave.. Boca
Raton. The speaker will be Mr.
Howard Feingold, Certified
Financial Consultant, who will
conduct a financial management
seminar. Guests are invited.
ANSHEI EMUNA
"Reforging the Tablets of
Life" will be the theme of the
sermon ic message to be delivered
by Rabbi Dr. Louis Sacks at the
Passover Sabbath morning
service on Saturday, April 21
comr encing at 8:45 a.m. On the
7th d-v of Passover, Monday
April .. the rabbi will preach the
sermon on the theme 'The Crea-
tive Response" with the service
starting at 8:46 a.m. At the
Special Yiskor Service on
Tuesday, April 24 beginning at
8:45, the rabbi will sermonize on
the theme, "God is my
Salvation."
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B'rith Women Naomi
Chapter will hold their Instal-
lation and Paid up Luncheon on
Monday, April 20 at 12:30 at
Temple Emeth, 5780 W. Atlantic
Ave., Delray.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth Sisterhood is
sponsoring a three day-two night-
trip to Warm Mineral Springs,
Tuesday-Thursday, May 8-10.
Dinners and Theatres are in-
cluded. For further information,
please call Rita Levitas 499-1769.
BRANDEIS
Brandeis Women Delray
Chapter is having a Dessert Card
Party on Wednesday, April 25 at
12:30 p.m. at the Delray Adult
Center, 801 N.E. First St.,
Delray. Donation is $5. Refresh-
ments will be served. For
reservations please call Ruth
Davidson, 498-2962, Beverly
Weiss, 498-0796, Natalie
Schneider 498-9278 or Marge
Aaron 737-3599.
B'NAI TOR AH
B'nai Torah Sisterhood
Sabbath in honor of Selma
Weintraub, President of
Women's League will take place
at the Congregation, 1401 N.W.
4th Avenue, Boca on Friday,
April 20 at 8:15 p.m. Mrs.
Weintraub will be the guest
speaker. An Oneg Shabbat spon-
sored by Sisterhood will follow.
Temple Sinai
Of Palm Beach County
Delray Beach
Member U.A.H.C.-{Reform)
Invites you to attend our
Sabbath Eve Services
Hold Each Friday Evening, 8:15 p.m., at
Cason United Methodist Church
Corner of Swinton Ave. and N.E. 4th St. (Lake Ida Rd.)
Rabbi Samuel Silver, officiating
For Membership Information Call:
NedChodash
2722827
Samuel Rothstein Sid Bernstein
President 7325907
Special KULANU Young Family Group
For INFORMATION CALL
Mary Aaron 737 3599 Beverly Kamin-967 4444
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Community Calendar
April 21
Temple Emeth Singles Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.
April 23
Pioneer Women-Kinneret meeting, 12:30 p.m. Temple Sinai
Sisterhood, 12 noon meeting Women's American ORT Region
meeting, 1 p.m. Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood Century
Village, 10a.m. meeting
April 24
Women's American ORT Boca, Delray evening, 8 p.m. meeting
American Red Magen David of Israel, 7:30 p.m. meeting
Pioneer Women-Zipporach, 12 noon meeting
April 25
Women's American ORT Region Board meeting, 10 a.m.
Hadassah Aviva meeting, 12 noon National Council Jewish
Women Boca, Delray, 8 p.m. meeting Women's American ORT
Delray Chapter, 12:30 p.m. Board meeting Women's American
ORT Sandalfoot, 1:30 p.m. meeting Hadassah Menachem
Begin, 12 noon meeting
April 26
Community Relations Council meeting at Federation office, 3
p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Boca, 12 noon meeting Temple
Beth El Board, 8 p.m. meeting Women's American ORT Oriole,
12:30 p.m. meeting Hadassah Boca Maariv, 12:30 p.m.
meeting Anshei Emuna Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Genesis, 12 noon meeting Hadassah Sabra
meeting, 8 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Post 266 meeting, 7 p.m.
April 27
National Council Jewish Women Boca Delray, 9:30 a.m.
meeting
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