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Jewish Floridian
Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach
Volume 6 Number 17
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, April 27,1984
Price 35 Cents
)r. Jacob Adler, head of Shaare Zedek
tospital Emergency Services in Jerusalem,
Hands over a severely-wounded victim of an
[rab terrorist attack which resulted in the
uounding of 48 persons early in April. On-
site treatment such as this has helped save
many victims of other Arab terrorist attacks
in Israel (For story of latest terrorist attack
on bus south of Ashkelon.
Campaign Leaps to 3.2 Million Dollars
Jladys Weinshank, 1964
tneral Campaign Chairman is
cited and proud to announce
St the 1984 effort has reached
3.2 million dollar mark. This
presents the first time in the
luth County Jewish Federation
>tory that the general cam-
lign has surpassed the three
|llion dollar mark in a given
[Mrs. Weinshank said, "The
pper Sunday effort which was
bid on April 1 characterizes
le tremendous support from the
Iwish community this year in
the campaign. An excited
volunteer crew listened as the
announcement was made on
Super Sunday that the campaign
had passed three million dollars.
It took hundreds upon hundreds
of volunteers to make the effort
and to give of themselves that I
am able to announce today's
figures to the community."
Mrs. Weinshank was also
proud to announce that "the
Project Renewal campaign had
reached the six hundred
thousand dollar mark for this
year which gave the South
County Jewish Federation a total
of $860,000 raised for this most
worthy effort for our sister city
Kfar Saba in Israel. With con-
tinued support, as we wrap up
this campaign in the months
ahead, it is projected that this
year's efforts will rise to at least
3.5 million dollars and possibly
higher in the regular campaign."
Mrs. Weinshank closed by
saying, "The community is to be
congratulated and with a final
effort we will look back on this as
a banner year for the Jewish
community in the South County
Czech Jews To Get Their Own Rabbi
[his summer, for the first
(me since World War II,
p ^ewish community in
pecnoslovakia is going to
ave its own rabbi. "This is
major cause for celebra-
on for us/ rjr. Desider
[alsKy\ president of the
[ouncU of Jewish Commu-
tes m Czechoslovakia,
Pa a group of Jewish lead-
ra, members of the World
^"sn Congress-American
""on, at a meeting here.
lovakian Jew will be ordained as
Vbbi on June 10 at the Jewish
wminary in Budapest, Hungary.
r k mng to Pen a Talmud
lin (WW?e about 350'000 Jw"
heSl8'0Vakia Mon the war.
HoC ^?out-As a result of the
2oft?""* there are less than
,m today, mostly elderly
Jews who survived the noiu-
most of the Jews in Czechoslova-
kia today lead "good, comfor-
table lives." He said that what
they need most of all is to be re-
lieved of the feeling of isolation
from other Jewish communities
in the world. "We are not poor,
helpless Jews." he said. "For us,
the most important thing is to
know that we are not isolated."
He welcomed visits by Ameri-
can Jewish individuals and
groups to Czechoslovakia. He
said that the Jewish community
in Czechoslovakia also has
contacts with Israel despite the
absence of diplomatic relations,
since the Six-Day War, between
Jerusalem and Prague. "We
receive information and newspa-
per from Israel," Galsky said.
He stated that Jews in Czecho-
slovakia "are not discriminated
against any more than any other
minority group in the country."
He said that the problem of anti-
Semitism is marginal. "But if
there is any anti-Semitic attack
against us, we respond to it
GALSKY SAID that not long
ago a vicious anti-Semitic article
April 29Holocaust
Memorial Program
The Community Relations
Council and the Adolph and Rose
Levis Jewish Community Center
of the South County Jewish
Federation invite the entire
community to the performance of
"I Never Saw Another Butter-
fry." It will be presented in
recognition of Yom HaShoah,
Holocaust Memorial Day, at the
Baer Jewish Campus, 336 N.W.
Spanish River Blvd., Boca Raton
at 2 p.m.
Utilizing an all-child cast, the
appeared in the weekly, Tribuna,
accusing the "Zionists" of being
responsible for the deaths of Jews
in the Holocaust. "We sharply
protested to the editor of the
paper and demanded a retrac-
tion," he said, adding that indeed
recently, in the same column in
the paper, there were a few ar-
ticles favorable to the Jews.
Galsky said, in response to a
question, that the Jews, as any
other citizen in Czechoslovakia,
are not allowed to emigrate. He
noted, however, that two months
ago a Jew was allowed to leave
for Israel after seeking an exit
visa for more than five years.
"This is the one and only dissid-
ent we had," he said. Galsky and
Arthur Radvansky, the secre-
tary-general of the organized
Jewish community in Czechoslo-
vakia, were in the United States
as representatives of the Czecho-
slovak ian government for the
opening in the U.S. of the
"Precious Legacy" exhibition of
Judaica and Jewish life from the
State Museum in Prague. The
meeting with the World Jewish
Congress leaders took place at
the Park East Synagogue, whose
spiritual leader is Rabbi Arthur
Schneier, chairman of the WJC-
American Section.
play blends poetry, prose and
drawings depicting life at Terezin
Concentration Camp as in-
nocently seen through the eyes of
the children.
"I Never Saw Another Butter-
fry," appropriate for children and
adults of all ages, is a touching
and sensitive memorial to those
who perished at the hands of the
Nazis. It is being presented at no
charge as a community service to
all South County residents.
Sharon Wins Stunning
Upset at Herat
Central Committee Vote
JERUSALEM (JTA) Former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon won a stunning upset here when the Herat
Central Committee gave him 41 percent of the vote in his
bid to replace Premier Yitzhak Shamir in the top spot on
the Likud election list.
Shamir, who won 59 percent of the vote, a very poor
showing for an incumbent Prime Minister and party
leader, will head the Likud list in the July 23 elections.
But Sharon is now assured of a powerful position at the
top level of Likud and a senior Cabinet post should Likud
head the next government.
AFTER THE vote, both men were warmly welcomed
into the hall. Sharon delivered a speech praising Herat's
democratic process and seemed conciliatory toward
Shamir. He was applauded when he called for "a
unanimous open vote" for Shamir as the next Premier, to
affirm the results of the secret balloting.
Observers noted that only 75 percent 679 out of
more than 1,100 of the Central Committee members
turned up for the voting. They said that was a blow to
Shamir because it indicated indifference among his
supposed supporters. Pundits had said earlier that if
Sharon won as much as 30 percent of the vote he would
have achieved a substantial victory.
IDF Closes Awali River Bridges
After Jerusalem Attack
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
forces closed the Awali River
bridges in south Lebanon and
also closed border crossing points
along the international boundary
with Lebanon as security
measures in the aftermath of the
terrorist attack in downtown
The action was taken when it
was learned that two of the
terrorists captured in the guns-
and grenades shoot-out on King
George Avenue may have been
residents of Sidon. They, and a
third terrorist who was killed,
had reportedly entered Israel by
way of the Rosh Hanikra border
Israel Radio reported that two
men who accompanied the
terrorists, but were not involved
in the attack, have already left
the country.
Defense Minister Moshe
Arens, touring the eastern sector
of the Lebanese front, warned
Syria that Israel would not
tolerate a "war of attrition." He
said Israel was fully aware that
the Syrians were capable of
halting terrorist infiltration of
Israel from areas of Lebanon they
Meanwhile, two hand grenades
were thrown at Israeli patrols in
Sidon and Nabatiya but caused
no casualties.

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Moslem Rage Predicted
If U.S. Moves Embassy to Jerusalem
(JTA) Saudi Arabia's
Ambassador to the United
States has warned against
moves in Congress to
relocate the American
Embassy in Israel from Tel
Aviv to Jerusalem. In an
appearance before the
Washington Press Club,
Prince Bandar Bin-Sultan
also warned that if the U.S.
refuses to sell weapons to
Arab countries they will
purchase their arms in the
Soviet Union, England or
Calling on the U.S. to play a
more even-handed role in the
Middle East. Bandar said. "We
believe strongly that no change
should be done in the Jerusalem
situation" until the status of the
city is settled by negotiations.
Moving the Embassy- at this
time, be said, "will profoundly
affect one billion Moslems around
the world like you have never
seen it before."
THE SAUDI envoy was
especially critical of the U.S. for
withdrawal of a proposed sale of
missiles to Saudi Arabia and
Jordan last month under what he
claimed was pressure from
Israel's supporters in Congress.
He said this spotlighted "a very
dangerous trend."
He noted that U.S. trade with
Arab nations totalled S13 billion
a year, creating some 600,000
jobs. "The Israelis are doing their
best to drive us out of the
American market, particularly in
weapons," Bandar said. "We are
determined to defend ourselves,
and we will get those weapons
anywhere." He asked if Israeli
security and U.S. interests would
be served if the Arabs t
arms business elsewhere
Bandar said that there ,
perception among Arabs that I
U.S. applies two standards, "<,
for the Palestinians and theotk
for the rest of the world" and th
whenever an American Preside
tries to be more even-handed
the Mideast "the Israelis ju
on him."
He said that U.S. relate,
with the Arabs were not "at,
high peak at this time," andj
added: "You've got to stop!
looking at us as just oil ujjl
dollars and look at us as humul
.. .But Congress Still Pressing For Proposal To Do Just That
(JTA) If Congress
adopts the proposed legis-
lation requiring the U.S.
Embassy in Israel to be
moved from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem, the President
would not have to make the
shift immediately. Rep.
Tom Lantos (D., Calif.)
Lantos. who introduced the bill
in the House along with Rep.
Benjamin Gilman (R.. NY.i.
made this point in testifying
before a joint hearing of* the
House Foreign Affairs Com-
mittee's subcommittee on Europe
and the Middle East and Inter-
national Operations.
He said not only does the bill
"not set a deadline for action. "
but there are no "financially
punitive measures.'' such as
cutting off funds for the
Embassy if it is not moved.
GILMA.N AND Lantos told
the two subcommittees that the
House bill now has 220 co-
sponsors, "a clear majority."
Sen Arien Specter IR Pal. who
along with Sen. Daniel Moynihan
D.. NY." introduced a similar
bill in the Senate, said 42
Senators support the bill, nine
short of a majority.
Lantos said that while he
wants the Embassy "physically
moved." even if the only outcome
'hat ngress expresses
itself, that it wants to eliminate
the -inequity and "double
standard whereby Israel is the
only country out of the 136 where
the US. has embassies where the
Embassy is not in the nation's
capital, "that would also be a
step in the right direction."
His remarks appeared to fend
credence to reports that sup-
porters of the bill may be
satisfied for the present with just
Congressional action President
Reagan has indicated that he
would veto the legislation.
QUICK ACTION is not ex
pected in either house of
Congress. But the Senate and the
House have each held one hearing
on the bill and both are scheduled
to have at least one more.
Meanwhile. Lantos strongly
cntieized "the widely-dissem-
inated lobbying of some Ambas-
sadors" that if the Embassy were
moved it will result in terrorism
against U.S. personnel and
facilities in the Middle East.
"When I introduced this legis-
on, it was motivated by one
principle to right a wrong by
rejecting a discriminatory double
standard." Lantos said. "Now a
second principle has become
equally important. We must
r allow U.S. policy to be
ted by timid bureaucrats
iring up the specter of
SAID that by failing to
Gilman also noted that "our
actions will be limited indeed if
we succumb to the dictates and
threats of fanatics and ex-
But former Rep. Paul
McCIoskey IR.. Calif.) said that if
the law were adopted k would
result in the loss of more
American hves than the Gulf of
Tonkin resolution which led to
the heavy involvement of the
American military in Vietnam.
He predicted that young
Moslems would engage in acts of
violence against Americans for
Rep. Mervyn Dymally (D..
Calif.) said that in a recent
meeting with representatives of
Arab Chambers of Commerce
they said that there would be a
boycott of U.S. products if the
Embassy were moved.
moving the Embassy will not
"judge or in any way affect any
issue or controversy surrounding
the Arab-Israeli conflict. West
Jerusalem has been an integral
part of Israel since 1949, and this
has been recognized by all
nations with whom Israel
maintains diplomatic relations."
He noted the U.S. Embassy
would be in West Jerusalem.
Gilman also stressed thatl
moving the Embassy
recognize "the reality that Jt.,
salem is the capital and admini-J
trative heart of Israel"
"would not in any way affect thcl
territorial issues relating J
Rep. Micahel Barnes (D., Mdi|
said he was "disappointed" th
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Ritz Reelected President of JWB
Esther Lmh Bit*, of
Milwaukee, was reelected presi-
dent of JWB at the business
session of a five-day JWB
Biennial Convention in Boston.
It was during Mrs. Ritz's first
term as president of JWB that an
a(j hoc body the Commission
on Maximizing the Jewish Edu-
cational Effectiveness of Jewish
Community Centers was set
up to conduct an intensive study
to involve leaders of JCCs,
Jewish Federations, Jewish
education bodies and the rab-
Morton L. Mandel of Cleveland
is chairman of the commission.
JWB Executive Vice President
Arthur Rotman is study director.
U.S. Congresswoman
Geraldine Ferraro, chairwoman
of the Democratic Party's
Platform Committee and a major
contender for the party's vice
presidential candidacy, said that
the Democrats will need the
support of its traditional coali-
tion, which includes both blacks
and Jews as well as all others
who care about social issues in
order to defeat President Reagan
in November.
Addressing a B'nai B'rith
International Public Affairs
Forum in Washington, Ferraro
commented on the disagreement
between Jews and blacks, saying
candidate Jesse Jackson is well
aware of the Democrats' long-
standing support of Israel and
their opposition to the creation of
a Palestinian state, and that
Jackson will not push his op-
posing views on the party during
the August convention.
Ferraro said that Jackson has
had a positive effect on the presi-
dential campaign by drawing
widespread attention to both
social issues and the primary
elections and by getting
thousands of blacks to register to
Sen. Howard M. Metzenbanm
ID., Ohio) will be guest speaker
at the ninth annual Pharma-
ceutical Division Torch of
Learning Award Dinner of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University in the New York
Hilton on May 22.
David H. Eisenberg, senior
vice president of Peoples Drug
Stores, will be guest of honor and
will receive the Torch of Learning
Award "in recognition of his
many professional and com-
munity activities."
Dinner proceeds will be used to
establish the David H. Eisenberg
Uiair at the Hebrew University
i Jerusalem's School of Phar-
macy, the first and only school of
pharmacy in Israel.
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Sanford L. Batkin, president of
XL uFr,end8 of David Yellin
Jj*chersCollege. New York,
announces that Arnold Forster,
nationally-known authority on
human and constitutional rights,
has accepted the chairmanship
for the annual dinner of the
The dinner this year will honor
Col. and Mrs. Anna Eb/achar.
Ely achar was the organizer of the
American Technion Society and a
member of the first graduating
class of the College. Mrs.
Elyachar is a well-known speaker
on behalf of Hadassah. The
dinner will be held on June 14, at
the Helmsley Palace.
An appeal to include the
feminist perspective in Jewish-
Christian dialogue was made in
Newark, N.J., to a blue ribbon
panel of Christian scholars
engaged in interreligious affairs.
The feminist point of view
must be heard if women are
expected to take part in, and
contribute to, Jewish-Christian
dialogue, said Annette Damn, co-
ordinator of the Department of
Interreligious Affairs for the
Union of American Hebrew
Daum addressed the Christian
Study Group on Judaism and the
Jewish People, formerly the
Israel Study Group, sponsored
by the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
The first Chancellor's Council
Retreat of the Jewish Theological
Seminary will be held Apr. 29 and
30 in New York, it is announced
by Stephen M. Axinn, national
chairman of the special honor
society of pacesetting con-
tributors to the Seminary'8
annual maintenance support.
Axinn added that several
special activities will highlight
the Retreat program. Among
these will be introduction of new
Council members, with presenta-
tion to them of the Chancellor's
Council membership plaques; a
tour of the new Boesky Family
Library conducted by Librarian,
Dr. Menachem Schmelzer; major
addresses by Chancellor Gerson
D. Cohen and other scholars; a
cantorial concert; and a private
showing at the Jewish Museum.
A $1 million gift from the
William S. and Frances B.
Todman Foundation to New
York University will create the
William S. and Frances B.
Todman Film and Television
Center at the University's Tisch
School of the Arts.
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York University President Dr.
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B. Todman.
The William S. and Frances B.
Todman Film and Television
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Arts will be a non-commercial
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studio complex; video editing
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Please join us in watching a very
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this week.
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in Washington" is a retrospective
of the American Gathering Day held
in Washington. We are proud to
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television program.
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on Sunday, April 29. which is
also Yom Hashoah, Holocaust
Remembrance Day. Please check
your local listing as exact time and
date may vary.
We hope you will share with your
family this remembrance of an
important part of our Jewish history.
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Volume 6
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Number 17
Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: readers.
The Jewish Floridian is like a
breath of fresh air to many in
Delray and Boca who have
hungered for a publication that
reveals so much of our glorious
Delray Beach
With most of the media anti-
Israel and with the Lebanon
situation in a muddle we look
forward to the Floridian for the
truth. This enables every Jew to
become aware that Israel needs
our help now more than ever.
The Menorah that stands
before the Knesset represents the
word "ZCHOR." This asks us to
remember the Holocaust and to
pass it on to our children. Never
again another Holocaust. Never
again shall a port be closed to a
persecuted Jew. We now have a
land of our own, free to any Jew
who desires to enter. Free from
Anti-Semitism, bigotry, racism
and hatred.
This land must be allowed to
live in peace with secure borders.
This message is what I get out of
the Jewish Floridian. This is the
publication that helps imbue us
with the desire to do our all, as
Jews, to see that Israel does not
fall. I hope that this inspiration
to help carries over to your other
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Less than 40 years ago our
world was witness to a violence
we must never forget. Six million
Jews were destroyed, and
millions more suffered as the
victims of man's inhumanity to
man in the systematic genocide
process of the Nazi Holocaust.
In the week beginning April
29, the surviving world gives
special thoughts to flexing the
emotions echoed by that in-
famous time.
Let us join in a pact with our
conscience that we shall remain
forever vigilant, in never again
allowing bigotry and hate to
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Let us this week and for every
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our efforts toward the creation of
a world dedicated to the principle
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cently took place in South
ity. Congregation Anshei
;muna and Temple Anshei
Shalom, both in Delray Beach,
iade history by joining forces in
i joint Federation-UJA breakfast
:>r the 1984 campaign. Jack M.
evine served as chairman and
B. Brahin, co-chairperson
rom Temple Anshei Shalom, and
Sam Robinson was chairman
from Congregation Anshei
Emuna. Al Ostrick acted as
master of ceremonies of the day.
Over 225 people showed their
support by attending. Rabbi
Bruce S. Warahal, Executive
Director of South County Jewish
Federation, was guest speaker at
the breakfast. The theme of his
talk centered around the current
economic crisis in the State of
Israel. Marianne Bobick,
President of the South County
Jewish Federation, also ad-
dressed the large gathering on
the local needs of our own Boca-
Delray community. Other digni-
taries to be found on the Dais
included Benjamin Buss in, South
County Jewish Federation
Family Division Chairman and
Joe S. Schenk, Special Events
Chairman for the Federation.
Honored jointly by their
respective congregations were
Tanya and Harry Silver of
Congregation Anshei Emuna and
Ed Dorfman of Temple Anshei
Shalom. Rabbi Dr. Louis Sacks
presented the Am Chai Award,
Federation's highest accolade, to
the Silvers, and Jack M. Levine
presented the Am Chai Award to
Ed Dorfman.
The South County
Jewish Federation
announces its
DATE: Monday, May 7,1984
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: James & Marjorie Baer
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton
President's Report on
State of the Federation
Campaign and Community Awards
Election of Officers
Dessert & Coffee Following the Meeting
All contributors to the Annual Campaign are
invited to share this evening.
R.S.V.P.Federation office 368-2737
'.eft to right: Jack M. Levine, Ed Dorfman, Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal
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^t&ixm&L-ing.T^flclTrrboaniXoUDty "Friday, April 27,1984
Grace Mayo Leads Campaign
Raise Scholarship Funds for Z
Masada Summer Program In Is
Sam and Ruth Fox, Anne and Henry Brenner.
Hamlet Bond Drive Exceeds All Expectations
Under the excellent leadership
of Sam Fox. Chairman of the
Hamlet Israel Bond Campaign,
friends and neighbors gathered at
the lovely home of Anita and
Marty Kara and pledged
$430,000 for Israel Bonds. The
cocktail party, graciously spons-
ored by the Karns. was the
culmination of weeks of a labor of
love. Mr. Fox. who has been
involved with Israel Bonds for
many years, wanted the party to
be fun a real celebration for a
job well done. The crowd was
entertained bv comedian Eddie
Murray Friedman presented
Anne and Henry Brenner with an
outstanding plaque for their
devoted dedication to Israel
Bonds and the Jewish Commu-
"The committee did an out-
standing job." said Sam Fox.
who presented each member with
a small gift as a token of his
appreciation. Serving on the
committee were Leo Allen. Henry
Cohen. Albert FeJdman. Maurice
Friedman. Martin Kara, Oscar
Kosh. Edward Laskin. Rudolph
Lidsky. Seymour Rep pa port.
Philip Rosenblum. Norman
Rothman, Arvin Schreibman,
Victor Seidman. Bernard Sher,
Morris Wolitz.
Before leaving, the guests and
committee acknowledged that
the 400 percent increase over last
year's bond sales was largely due
to the dedication and diligence of
Sam Fox. Israel will benefit from
bis determination and devotion.
With the realization of the
importance of Jewish identity to
our teenagers, Ms. Grace Mayo
of Boca West in Boca Raton, is
leading the scholarship drive for
the Zionist Organization of
America Masada Program.
The Masada Summer Program
in Israel is designed to bring
American teenagers to Israel so
they will gain a first hand expe-
rience of Judaism and their own
birthright. In today's atmos-
phere of Christian and Asiatic
cult activities, a strong under-
standing and knowledge of their
own Jewish heritage is the first
line of defense against assi-
The Masada Programs are
specifically designed to enhance
the Jewish teenager's respect and
admiration for his own culture
while (riving him a historical
perspective of the Jewish people.
Travels throughout Israel enrich
the teenager's respect for his own
people as a proud nation whose
creative development and contri-
bution to Western civilization is a
20th century miracle among
Third World nations.
There is a Masada Program for
every age group beginning with
13 to 14 years of age to college
groups. All children whose
parents are members of the Z0A
are eligible for a ZOA scholarship
in the South County and Palm
Beach County areas. In some
cases, matching scholarships will
be granted by the South County
Jewish Federation and the Palm
Beach Jewish Federation.
For applications please write or
call the ZOA center at 800 West
Oakland Park Blvd., Port
Lauderdale, FL 33311; (305) 566-
exhibition was opened here de-
picting the German-Israeli youth
exchange program which has
been going on for a number of
years. The opening was attended
by Israel's Ambassador to West
Germany, Itzchak Ben Ari, and
the Bonn Minister of Youth and
Family, Heiner Geissler.
The exchange is important to
both counries.
Dr Rubin Pyner
Dr. Pyner to
St Andrews
Dr. Larry Charme, Men's
Campaign Chairman of the South
County Jewish Federation, has
been very pleased to learn that
Dr. Rubin I. Pyner baa moved
into our community. Dr. Pyner.
who has been active in the Jewish
Federation Dental Division in
Cleveland. Ohio and then in West
Palm Beach, has now moved into
St. Andrews Country Club in
Boca Raton with has wife Betty.
Dr. Pyner has volunteered to help
"f fcct group of St.
Andrews residents who will
spearhead a South County
Jewish Federation UJ A cam
paign. Dr Charme feeb that with
the help of a man such as Dr.
Pyner. St. Andrews will develop
mto one of the most dynamic
Jewish communities m South
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A 14 Million
Shekel Question
Friday, April 27,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 7
HAIFA The newspapers
headlined him as "the richest
kibbutz member in Israel." The
news of the windfall fortune
brought in its wake not only
rejoicing but also several very
serious problems that have not
yet been resolved. The sum of 14
million shekels (equivalent to
about $130,000) which dropped in
the lap of 64-year-old Moshe
Keshet, of Kibbutz Hahotrim,
was a climax to a story which
could well make a fascinating
During the Holocaust period
Keshet twice escaped from an
internment camp in Hungary,
but the second time he was
caught he was sentenced to
death. He was spared only by a
miracle, and fell into the hands of
the Red Army when it overran
Hungary. For three years he was
a slave laborer in a Russian coal
mine, and again survived by a
miracle, while all his comrades
died around him like flies.
IN 1947 he returned to
Hungary, and a year later came
to Israel. In 1956 he joined
Hahotrim, a pleasant little
kibbutz on the coast, just south
nf Haifa. He married, and today
has three daughters, two of
whom live in the U.S. Because he
was in Hungarian concentration
camps he never qualified for
rest it ul ion from Germany.
One of Keshet's hobbies is
following (he soccer games, and
each week he invests part of his
kibbutz pocket money in pur-
chase of pool tickets. A few years
ago he won 30,000 Israel lirot,
with which he bought a hi-fi set
and a sewing machine for his
He continued with his hobby,
al i he hecinnint; of January
Milton and Roz Lerner
Boca Woods Hoste
First Israel
Bond Event
Although Boca Woods is still
under development. Milton and
oz Lerner felt it was time to
have a coffee for Israel Bonds in
their area. On a beautiful spring
aav. many new neighbors
"Edward Bobick speak about
'srael and her needs.
The, community demonstrated
^concern by purchasing bonds,
5J*k that these loa2 go for
^scononic infrastructure so
S8^IarmeI to 8urvh*-In
'"}**. Mrs. Lerner said she
JJues this i. just a beginning
"fd looks forward toiraatsr
(W1^ Gro*nn. South
hXP *T Chi*n. nd a
Sjfr?? ^"-ults, and
JJtafoi far the Lerner.' snthu-
88tic involvement.
this year he made headlines when
he correctly guessed the exact
results of 13 games and was pro-
claimed the winner of 14 million
THAT IS when his new
problems began. According to
kibbutz regulations, all outside
income earned by members must
automatically go to the kibbutz
treasury. While the regulation is
not always strictly enforced with
small sums, the prize in this case
was too large to be overlooked.
A survey of the members of
Hahotrim showed a division of
opinion as to what should be
done. Some of the veteran
members insisted there was no
room for compromise; all the
money had to be paid over. Other
old-timers, on the other hand, felt
the money was tainted since it
had not been earned by self-labor,
and the kibbutz should not touch
it. Others rebuked Keshet for
gambling. But the majority
declared they believed Keshet
should make his own decision.
He deliberated, changed his
mind, and finally came to the
following conclusion, largely
under pressure of his daughters:
Continued on Page 10
Stantey E^i ^ "** *"* *"* Frmidman' Dr' and Mra H'*tf*am Meyerson and Mr. and Mrs.
Campaign Underway At Boca Tierra
Wednesday, April 11, marked
the official opening of the Boca
Tierra Federation-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign for 1964.
On that date a coffee and
dessert buffet was held at the
home of Stanley and Ferae Emas
to discuss plans for the upcoming
campaign. In attendance were
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Freid-
man and Dr. and Mrs. William
Meyerson, in addition to the
Various strategies were
discussed among the participants
in order to bring this campaign to
a successful conclusion. It was
decided that a Boca Tierra phone-
a-thon would be held at the Fed-
eration offices on Monday, April
30, 1984. In this way all of the
residents of Boca Tierra would be
afforded an opportunity to
commit themselves to the Jewish
cause in Israel, worldwide, and
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We thank the following volunteers who helps us to reach our goal
Ethel Abbott
Betty Aberbach
Louis Abramowitz
Abe Ackerman
Sylvia Ackerman
Adele Agin
Sam Agin
Reba Alexander
Morris Anapolsky
Sylvia Anapolsky
Lillian Aron
Raquel Aronow
Sylvia August
Lauren Azoulai
Jack Babick
Sandra Babick
Bernard Barack
Lee Barack
Gertrude Barnett
Alan Bergman
Morris Berk
Esther Bemer
Gary Bernstein
Mitchell Binder
Hedda Block
Evelyn Bloom
Dorothy Brand
Maddy Braufman
Bess Breecher
Morris Breecher
Leah Bregman
Robert Bregman
Mildred Briggin
Sol Brooks
Ed Brown
Rose Brown
Israel Bruk
Riwella Bruk
Bobra Bush
ben Bussin
Evelyn Bussin
Dr. Larry S. Charme
Dorothy Chasen
Henry Chasen
Carl Cherkis
Gertrude Cherkis
Jackie Clark
Sherry dayman
Harold Cohen
Lucille Cohen
Marion Cohen
Malvina Colbert
Blossom Cooper
Anita Cope
Elsie Cowin
Andrea Lee Cox
David Cox
Joyce Croft
Dr. Steve Croft
Joan Davidson
Esther Davis
William Davis
Rhoda Denney
Baron Desnick
Mark Drucker
Enid Dubin
Ida Dubroff
Jean Dworkin
Myer Dworkin
Helene Eichler
Jay Eichler
Leona Eisenstein
Helen Eisler
Leonard Ellenberg
Thelma Ellenberg
Marion Engle
Shirley Enselberg
David Escovitz
Ida Ettinger
Taube Fagin
Theodore Fagin
Doris Falikman
Heinz Falikman
Bobbi Falk
Ruth Feen
Howard Fein berg
Nancy Jo Feinberg
Jules Fein stein
Ann Feld
Dena Feldman
Rabbi Ted Feldman
Irving Fersco
Arthur Fine
Marilyn Fine
Isabel Fink
Cheryl Flax
Lou Fradin
Florence Freed
Neil Fried
Lillian Frieder
Herbert Friedman
Mildred Friedman
Lillian Frimere
Mollie Fruchtman
Sylvia Frumoff
Rebecca Gandelman
Sylvia Gardner
Rae Garfield
Julius Gass
Seymour G hen
Barbara Gimelstob
Bertha Glaser
Lillian Glueckman
Sarah Gold
Donna Goldman
Murray Goldman
Mrs. Murray Goldman
Robert Goldman
Mrs. Robert Goldman
Lester Goldmark
Mrs. Lester Goldmark
Mildred Goldstein
Jeanne Gordon
Sonia Gottehrer
Tillie Grabkowitz
Ron Green
Scotch Green
Shirley Green
Betty Greenberg
Joe Greenberg
Edna Greenwood
Marvin Greenwood
Harvey Grossman
Lenny Grossman
William Gruner
Herbert Halper
BUI Hance
Mary Hayden
Joyce Heisel
Eva Herman
Nathan Herman
Harriett Herskowitz
Toby Hertz
Alice Hess
Milton Hess
Virginia Hoehmann
Bettina Hoffman
Florence Hoffman
Mark Hoffman
Amy Horn
Joyce Horn
Belle Homstern
Albert Huff
Mrs. Albert Huff
Jerome Hurwitz
Mrs. Jerome Hurwitz
Lenore Isaacson
Arline Jacobson
Dave Jacobson
Gayle Jacobson
Marie Jackson
Jerry Jernow
Mrs. Jerry Jernow
Eleanor Jontiff
Sheldon Jontiff
Isadore Kades
. Sally Kahana
Frances Kahn
Murray Kalb
Nora Kalish
Marcia Kamstock
Mae Kanners
Yetta Karp
Ben Karpen
Carl Karpen
Helene Kass
Sidney Katz
Elaine Katzeff
Gary Kaufman
Harold Kay
Belle Kern
Doris Kerner
Larry Kerner
Ann Kessler
Ben Kessler
Ben Kideckel
Anne Kingsley
Edward Kingsley
Catalina Kirshenbaum
David Kirshenbaum
Seymour Klein
Bea Kleiner
Anne Krainin
Ruth Krawetz
Ethel Kretsky
Milton Kretsky
Lillian Kronheim
Jeanette Kruger
Bea Kuba
Don Laber
Selma Lamkin
Sarah Landa
Ray Lapidus
Sol Lapidus
Florence Lax
Frank Lax
Ben I.azar
Helen Lazar
Fred Leitner
Esther Lerman
Marianne Lesser
Abby Levine
Curt Levine
Deborah Levine
Iz Levine
Jack M. Levine
Marge Levine
Pearl Levine
Sue Levy
Mollie Lieberman
Lila Liner
Abe Linn
Harriett Linn
Abe Lippman
Gertrude Lobe
Herb London
Dr. John M. Lowe
Sylvia Lowe
Murray Lowenbraun
Burt Lowlicht

If you participated in our exiting day and do not see your name here please call
we may acknowledge your assistance in the next Floridian. P
Sidney Lowlicht
Arthur Lucker
Geri Lucker
Meyer Lutzker
Sybil Mackson
Marion Malin
Irwin Mann
Shirley Markhoff
Mrs. Louis Markowitz
Gloria Massry
Loe Medwin
Rose Med win
Linda Melcer
Steve Melcer
Roberta Meyerson
June Michel
Carl Miller
Symma Miller
Shirley Morgenstern
Edith Morris
Morris Morris
Mike Mortman
Andrea Mossovitz
Gary Myers
Marcia Needle
Sandra Newmark
Emanuel Oberhand
Mrs. Emanuel Oberhand
Esther Omansky
Al Ostrick
Evelyn Ostrick
Harry Patinkin
Mollie Patinkin
Naomi Paulson
David Perlberg
Helen Perlberg
Doris Perlman
Dottie Persico
Nick Persico
Bernard Person
Alaska Picker
Phil Plotkin
Sam Podos
Carol Porter
Meryle Praeger
Penny Prais
Marvin Prais
George Press
Don Price
Morris Primack
Jean Rarh
Rivka Regev
Esther Reichkind
Elaine Roberts
Marianne Roberts
Sam Robinson
Harry Roeber
Rose Rosen
Geri Rosenberg
Rae Rosenberg
Edward Rosenthal
Sara Rosenthal
Bessie Rothchild .
Ethel Rothman
Eleanor Rothstein
Sam Rothstein
Joe Rubin
Barry Rude)
Mark Ruderman
Frances Sacks
Lori Sawyer
Rosalie Savitt
Berenice Schankerman
Jewel Scheller
the Federation office at 368-2737

Joe S. Schenk
Dan Scherer
Felicia Scherer
Estelle Schindler
Herman Schindler
Max Schleifer
Sally Schmuhl
Shirley Schulman
Barbara Schuman
Ellen Schuman
Bea Schwartz
Henry Seltzer
Cynthia Shaffer
Florence Shafran
Anita Shalley
Marian Shalley
Benjamin Shankman
Gertrude Shankman
Betty Siegel
Joe Siegel
Leo Silk
Natalie Silk
Rabbi Sam Silver
Dr. David Silverman
Mrs. David Silverman
Edith Silverman
Evelyn Singer
Louis Singer
Beatrice Skolnick
Leo Skolnick
Ethel Slifkin
Joan Soble
Irving Soffer
Marion Soffer
Helen Speevak
Rachel Stein
Anna Steinberg
Leonore Steinberg
Mark Steinberg
Marty Steinberg
Sylvia Steinberg
Barry Stephen
Bert Stern
Julian Stern
Lillian Stern
Lucille Stern
Bari Stewart
Marcella Stomer
Jack Stone
Tina Stone
Goldie Tannenbaum
Edna Tear
Dr. Morris Tear
Evelyn Thftw
Sylvia Wallberg
Rabbi Bruce S. Warshal
Eric Warshal
Lynne Warshal
Sue Warshal
Fran Waterman
Lester Weinberg
Gladys Weinshank
Mayer Weinshank
Ruth Weinstein
Helen Weinthal
Henry Weiss
Harry Weissberg
Morris Welling
Larry White
Phil Wishna
Jerry Wolf
Sylvia Wolf
Berenice Woolman
Stanley Woobnan
Jack Wurtzel
Jake Yoapin
Marilyn Zinns
Renee Zonenshine
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Friday, April 27,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 9
German Hamlet Has Had Enough
BONN The town of
Pheasant Walk Committal: (lift to right) Marshall Bohrer, Dr. Robert
Iregman, Dr. Gary Kaufman, Barry Ziskinder, chairman. Alto on
ommittee but not in attendance: Dan Bensimon, Dr. Fred Swart*.
Pheasant Walk
Campaign Takes Off
On Wednesday evening, April
11, the Chairman of the Men's
)ivision of the 1964 Pheasant
'alk, South County Jewish
Federation-UJA Campaign,
Jarry Ziskinder, called a com-
mittee meeting together at his
Home to discuss this year's
ipaign in Pheasant Walk.
.too in attendance were Marshall
ohrer, Robert Bregman and
Jary Kaufman. Other committee
members not able to attend were
)an Bensimon and Dr. Fred
Every Jewish resident in
peasant Walk should expect to
ceive Federation-UJA
materials in the mail. "We have
ad the opportunity to learn
nore about what Federation does
ere in South County and what
services are available to the
Jewish community, as well as
vhere our money goes in Israel
and 34 countries around the
[world, so we'd like our friends
[and neighbors in Pheasant Walk
to have that same opportunity to
learn," the committee reported.
A cocktail party is also being
planned for the Jewish residents
of Pheasant Walk by the 1984
Pheasant Walk Committee to be
held on Saturday evening. May
19. In addition to socializing,
there will be a guest speaker.
Each participant will also have
the opportunity to make their
1984 gift to the Federation-UJA
campaign if they have not done
so already.
Ziskinder said, "Please be on
the lookout for the Federation
materials you will be receiving in
the mail, as well as the invitation
to our cocktail party. On behalf of
the committee, I'd like to aay
that we look forward to meeting
all of you on May 19 to share an
enjoyable and educational
evening together and to have a
possible Jewish experience as a
neighborhood reaching towards
common goals."
Sponsored by:
The Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
Session I June 18 to July 13
Session II July 16 to August 10
4 Weeks $335.00
8 Weeks $660.00
Monday through Friday-9:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Price includes transportation, instructional swim, (ten-
nis instruction-ages 5 and up) crafts, music, drama and
more! Contact the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish
Community Center; 336 Spanish River Boulevard, N.W.,
Boca Raton or call 395-5546.
Sponsored by:
The Adolph and Rom Levis Jewish Community Center
Session I June 18th July 6th
Session II July 9th July 27th
Session III July 30th August 17th
Ages: 9-16
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AH fees "include lab time, transportation, instructional
s*"m, tennis instructipjar^mo*!
Contact the Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community
^enter, 336 Spanish River Boulevard, N.W., Boca Raton 395-5546.
Oberaula, a picturesque
hamlet of 3,600 in the State
of Hesse, has apparently
had enough of SS veterans.
The reunion meeting there
over the weekend of some
400 alumni of the notorious
"Totenkopf" (Deaths
Head) Division and their
families brought the glare
of unwanted publicity and
some 5,000 anti-Nazi
marchers from all parts of
West Germany and abroad.
Peaceful, though angry, the
marchers made it clear that the
town fathers had sullied
Oberaula's reputation by renting
a municipally-owned hall to the
ex-Nazis. Today there were
further repercussions, affecting
the loct>l economy which depends
in large measure on tourism.
Several travel agencies and
organizations cancelled reserva-
tions at Oberaula hotels because
the town had played host to
member* of a unit which
provided guards at Nazi con-
centration camps during World
War II and earned a reputation
for brutality.
MAYOR Hans-Joachim
Schnuecker, a member of the
Social Democratic Party (SPD),
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that further cancellations
are expected. He said the most
serious so far was from a Dutch
travel bureau which sends
hundreds of vacationers to
Oberaula each year. The postal
employees and teachers unions
which planned to hold seminars
in the town may also cancel.
The teachers union informed
the municipal authorities in a
letter that the seminar could still
be held if local officials pledged
never again to allow a reunion of
SS men in the town. This would
require decision not to rent
publicly owned premises to any
member of HIAG, the umbrella
organization of Waffen SS and
SA veterans.
Schnuecker said the town
council will meet on April 17 to
consider an SPD motion to ban
such rentals in the future. "I
believe that no one here wants a
recurrence of what we have been
experiencing these days," the
Mayor said. He admitted, how-
ever, that he has "no idea what
the outcome" of the meeting will
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A 14 Million Shekel Question
Congressman Mica receives Ben Gurion Award from Dr. Ron Rubin.
Congressman Mica
Speaks To B'nai B'rith
As a sellout crowd looked on,
Dr. Ronald Rubin presented
Congressman Dan A. Mica with
the prestigious David Ben
Gurion Award for his devoted
allegiance to Jewish freedom at a
recent breakfast B'nai B'rith held
for the Israel Bond Drive.
All seven Boca Raton B'nai
B'rith lodges and chapters were
represented at the breakfast held
at L'Hexagone. Pledges and
purchases of Israel Bonds ex-
ceeded $80,000.
This was made possible by the
leadership of Noah Lodge which
actively participated in the
planning of the event. Chairman
Dr. Ronald Rubin's efforts,
including arranging for
Congressman Mica as guest
speaker, set the tone for the
entire committee. B'nai B'rith
has always participated in Israel
Bond Campaigns. Irving Gold-
stein, President of the Palm
Beach Council of B'nai B'rith,
spoke to the audience with tears
in his eyes as he made the appeal
to buy bonds.
Working on the committee
were Irving Goldstein, Leonard
Sheinfeld, Richard Fishman, Dr.
Sidney Leib, Robert Harris,
Norman Russian, Jack Paull, Dr.
H. Henkin, Jon Klasfeld, Dave
Custage, Robert Rugoff, Dr.
Terry Max, Mrs. Mickey
Gelman, Albert Greenberg,
Stephen Rubin, Mrs. Isabelle
Goodman, Dr. Ron Rubin.
Continued from Page 7
He would give the kibbutz one
million shekels (about $9,000)
and keep the rest. Some of it he
would give to his children, and
the remainder he would use as a
fund to enable him to pay
periodic visits to his daughters in
tinues to rage. It is no secret that
members of many kibbutzim
have outside bank accounts and
even own property, usually regis-
tered in the name of a relative.
Nothing is ever done about such
situations, but in Keshet's case
the information became public
knowledge, and the kibbutz could
not ignore the matter.
Some of his associates at
Hahotrim agree with his decision,
namely that he keep the bulk of
the money, so long as he does not
flaunt his wealth, for example, by
driving around in a private car of
his own.
According to present plans he
will go to the U.S. at the end of
May for a four month visit,
following which he will decide
whether to stay there, to come
back to the kibbutz, or to return
to Israel and live here outside the
kibbutz. Much will depend on
what the kibbutz itself will
decide. The whole problem will be
thrashed out at a plenary session
of the entire kibbutz member-
ship. No date has yet been set for
that meeting, the kibbutz
secretary told us. The whole
country continues to wait and
watch, wondering what the final
arrangement will be. An impor-
tant principle of the kibbutz
system is at stake.
SOME HAVE recalled that
there was a similar instance in
1969 when a member of Kibbutz
Hazorea (of Hashomer Hatzair)
won 100.000 lirot on a ticket he
had bought in Mifal Hapayis, the
National Lottery. The kibbutz
left it to him to make the
decision. However, he began to

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receive so many requests for
financial help that he turned the
problem back to the kibbutz and
asked it to decide. The member-
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Community Calendar
April 29
Community Relations Council Yom Hashoah program, 2 p.m.
April 30
Jewish War Veterans Snyder Tokson Post 459 Board meeting, 10
a.m. Women's American ORT North Pines meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT Boca Glades meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Pioneer Women Kinneret meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT Boca Delray Board meeting, 8 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge meeting, 9:30 a.m. Anshei
Emuna Sisterhood meeting, 12 noon South County Jewish
Federation Board meeting, 8 p.m. Women's League for Israel
Board meeting, 10 a.m. Women's American ORT All Points
Board meeting, 12 noon
May 2
Women's American ORT Region Executive committee meeting,
9:30 a.m. Anshei Shalom Sisterhood Oriole Jewish Center
Board meeting, 9:45 a.m. Hadassah Aviva Board meeting, 10
a.m. Hadassah Boca Maariv Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.
National Council Jewish Women Boca Delray Board meeting, 8
May 3
Jewish War Veterans Snyder Tokson Post 459 meeting, 10 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Genesis Board meeting, 10 a.m. Temple Emeth
Sisterhood meeting, 1 2 noon
May 6
Israel Independence Day Festival at FAU B'nai B'rith North
Pines Lodge meeting B'nai B'rith Shomer Lodge No. 3122
meeting, 10a.m.
Religious Directory
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. 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.
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.
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.
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
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340016, Boca Raton, Fla. 33434.
Conservative. Located in Century Village, Boca. Dairy Servicei
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 6:15 p-in., Sunday
8:30 aml and 5 p.m. Reuben Saltzman, President, Joeeph M
Pollack, Cantor. Phone 483-5567.
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach Fla. 33446. Con-
servative. Phone: 496-3536. Bernard A. Silver. Rabbi; Naftary
A. Lmkovaky, Cantor. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 pjn.,
Saturday at 8:46 a.m., Daily Minyanaat8:45 a.m and5pjn.
f!f>nii,ni^?4M^thodi,,t Church. 3 N. Swinton Ave. (corner
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Rkk^X 19011,o9e,ray Beach- 33444. Friday at 8:16 pm-
Rabbi Samuel Silver, President Samuel Rothstein, Phone 276
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 273866, Boca Raton, Fla. 33427.
orthodox services held at South County Jewish Community
Day School 414 N.W. 35th St.. Boca Raton, every Friday, 5:46
|>m Saturday morning 9:30 a.m. Minch-Maariv. President.
Or. Israel Hruk, Phone: 483-8616

Friday, April 27,1984 / The Jewish Ftoridian of South Coty Page 11
Organizations In The News
Women'* American ORT Boca
Glades Chapter will hold their
next meeting on Monday, April
30 at 12:30 p.m. at the Boca
Greens Clubhouse. Oscar Gold-
stein, noted raconteur, will speak
on "Jewish Wit and Humor."
The slate of officers for next term
will be presented and elections
will be held. Refreshments will be
served. For information, please
call Rita Sadowsky at 483-6787.
Women's American ORT All
Points Chapter will hold their
Honor Roll Luncheon on Thurs-
day, May 10 at the Crystal Lakes
Club, Pompano Beach.
Women's American ORT
North Pines Chapter will hold
their next meeting on Monday,
April 30 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Adult Recreation Center, 802 NE
1st St., Delray. Davida Gelfina
will give three book reviews.
Women's American ORT Del-
ray Chapter will hold their in-
stallation of officers for 1984-86
at Temple Emeth, 6780 W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray on
Tuesday, May 8 at 12 noon.
Norma Heit, President of South
Palm Beach County Region, will
be the installing officer. Enter-
tainment by Freda George. Re-
freshments will be served.
Women's American ORT San-
dalfoot Chapter will have a mini-
lunch on Thursday, May 3 at
12:30 p.m. at the recreation hall
of the Pines of Barwood in Boca
Raton. The newest ORT film will
be shown. For further informa-
tion, please call 482-9861.
American Mizrachi Women
"AMIT" Beersheva Chapter will
hold their next meeting on
Wednesday, May 9 at 12 noon at
the American Savings Bank,
Kings Point, Delray. Phil War-
shawsky, humorist, will be their
guest. Election of officers will
also take place. Refreshments
will be served and all are welcome
to attend.
Hadassah Ben Gurion Chapter
will hold their next meeting on
Monday, May 7 at 9:30 a.m. at
the American Savings Bank, W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. All
members, their husbands and
associates are invited.
Pioneer Women Kinneret
Chapter Na'Amat will celebrate
Israel's Independence Day at
their next meeting, Monday,
April 30 at 12:30 p.m. in the
clubhouse of Palm Greens in
Delray Beach. Members of the
chapter will perform in honor of
the event. Refreshments will be
B'nai B'rith Boca Tatca Lodge
No. 3119 will hold their next
meeting on Tuesday, May 1 at
9:30 am. Mr. Rubin Binder, a'
member of the National Israel
Commission of B'nai B'rith will
be the principal speaker at this
meeting. The subject will be
Israel, yesterday, today, and
tomorrow. Interested parties are
welcome for bagels and lox.
The Boca Raton Synagogue
will hold the second of its lecture
series on Sunday, April 29 at 7:30
Pm. at FAU College of Engin-
fenng Seminar Room. Yaacov
fchamash, a member of the shul
will talk on "The Jewish Refugee
San Countriee." To reach the
J'AU seminar hall enter from
Wades Road at the T junction.
turn right, then immediately left,
'he School of Engineering sign
should be on your right. There is
no charge to attend.
"Israel ^ its Miraculous Re
"iU be the theme of the
lorninir service
on Saturday, April 28 commenc-
ing at 8:46 a.m. At this service
the 31 pilgrims joining; the Pil-
grimage to Israel in celebration of
its 36th anniversary will be
blessed and honored. Rabbi and
Rebetzin Sacks will lead the Pil-
grimage enplaning on Wednes-
day, May 2. Nora Kalish is
serving as the coordinator of this
synagogue mission.
Brandds University Woman
Delray Chapter will hold their
annual luncheon installation on
Monday, April 30 at 12:30 p.m.
at the Holiday Inn on Atlantic
Ave. and AIA, Delray. Admis-
sion is 812.60. There will be en-
tertainment, favors, door prises
and much more. For tickets,
please call Freda Silverman 499-
2901 or Edith Bunis 499-2422.
Brandeis University Women
Boca Chapter will hold their
annual installation luncheon on
Wednesday, May 2 at Hunter's
Run Golf and Racquet Club, 3600
Clubhouse Lane, Boynton Beach.
Please send your checks imme-
diately to Harriet Klein, Delray
Beach for $26 for your reserva-
Adults who have been
studying Hebrew and the prayer-
book will be graduated at the
Sabbath eve service of Temple
Sinai, April 27 at 8:16 p.m. at
Cason United Methodist Church,
N. 4th at Swinton Ave. The
students will demonstrate their
learning by joining Rabbi Samuel
Silver in the conduct of the
service. Samuel Rothstein, presi-
dent of the temple will bestow
certificates on the graduates who
will be guests after prayers at a
Temple Emeth Sisterhood will
hold their next meeting on
Thursday, May 3 at 12 noon at
the synagogue, 6780 W. Atlantic
Ave., Delray. Their speaker will
be Sarah Filner on the topic "A
living biography of Henrietta
Szold, Founder of Hadassah."
Refreshments will be served and
guests are invited.
Temple Emeth Singles will
hold their next meeting On
Monday, May 14 at 12 noon at
the synagogue. Their guest
speaker will be Don Schultz,
Criminal Justice Coordinator
with the Criminal Justice Insti-
tute. Refreshments will be
served. Also, reservations are
now being taken for the Copa-
cabana Dinner Show on Sunday,
evening, Sept. 23 at 823 per
person which includes bus trans-
portation. There are still
openings available for the
Mother's Day Trip to Naples
Dinner Theatre on Sunday, May
13 at 826.76 which includes bus
transportation. Please call Ann
Browning 499-7928 for either
Bar Mitzvah
Congress Still Pressing For
Proposal To Do Just That
Continued from Page 2
Secretary of State George Shultz
has argued that moving the
Embassy would harm the U.S.
ability to be a peacemaker in the
Middle East. "The United States
remains the only significant
world power that can help bring
all the parties to the negotiating
table," he said.
'TO IMPLY that our
credibility or our influence would
be irreparably damaged and that
it rests on such a fragile basis is
an extremely unfortunate and
regrettable mistake."
Specter said that the move
would facilitate the negotiations
by letting "the Arabs know they
cannot sit still forever." He said
it would also be a "signal" to
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak to "put your Ambassa-
dor back in Israel."
But Rep. Nick Rahall (D.,
W.Va.) said that "moving the
Embassy would be perceived as
the U.S. having pre-judged the
issue a unilateral act
making any future negotiations
FORMER Rep. Paul Findley
III.. UU said that it "would be a
signal that the United States has
given up on the process of
Seth Eisenrod
On Saturday, April 28, Seth
Jeffrey Eisenrod, son of Rosalie
and Michael Eisenrod, will be
called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bar
Mitzvah. As an ongoing temple
project he will be "twinning"
with Alexei Lein of the Soviet
Union. Seth is a student at
Lighthouse Point Academy and
attends the Temple Beth El
Religious School. Family
members sharing in the Simcha
are his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Steinhouse and Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Eisenrod, both
of New York. Also present will be
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steinhouse
and children Jonathan, Peter and
Nancy. Seth's hobbies include
baseball, swimming and art. Mr.
and Mrs. Eisenrod will host a
kiddush in Seth's honor following
Shabbat morning services.
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