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Boca Raton, Fla
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June 22, 1984

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1 The Jewish ^ y
r LORIDI aN
of South County
lume 7 Number 8 Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Highland Beach, Florida Friday, February 22,1985
Frd sr>t>chtt Price 35 Cents
Israel Beats Out Argentina
To Modernize Chinese Tanks
By JAIME REIBEL
UITO (JTA) Military sources revealed recently
t an Israeli armaments firm has been awarded a multi-
ion dollar contract to modernize the People's Republic
hina's 9,000 aging Soviet-designed tanks.
THE MILITARY EXPERTS, who insisted on
nymity, maintained that Israeli expertise in rebuilding
adapting various features of Soviet battle tanks, in
ticular, guidance systems, was the deciding factor in
rding the contract. Israel, as a matter of routine, will
comment on such reports.
This puts an end to Argentina's hopes for a break-
ough contract with China for its TAM tank, produced
ier a licensing agreement with the German arms
nufacturer Thyssen-Henschel.
ACCORDING TO the Center of Investigation And
dy For The Defense of Argentina, the Argentinian
M is superior to both the Russian T-55 and the French
X -30 in battle characteristics.
However, disappointing sales and industry opinion
/e not borne out this claim to date. The only sales of the
^M so far, except for the 300 slated for the Argentine
ly, are 100 to Iran, 80 to Peru and 60 to Panama for re-
port to an unnamed third party.
labin Says Jordan Is Center For
Trorism Aimed at W. Bank, Gaza
Send Envoy Back
Or Lose Substantial U.S. Aid
I Kill i SALEM (JTA)
Defense Minister Yit-
tk Kabin has told the
lesset that Jordan has
lome a center of terrorist
[ivity where recent
ronst acts in the West
ik and Gaza Strip were
ined.
iBbin spoke for the unity
Btion government in defense
IriM a non-confidence motion
Induced by the Tehiya Party
pli accused the government of
sa and complacency in face
sriil.il ing terrorist attacks on
Rsh settlers in the territories,
(motion was defeated.
IKVKRTHELESS. the
listen a 1 Defense Committee of
abinel met in special session
discuss the worsening
ation on the West Bank,
I wo Israelis, one of them a
lir were killed in the past
No decisions were reached
the deliberations will con-
P'iH a later session.
Most of the ministers sup-
ported a firm and unequivocal
policy in the territories. Several
of them want to investigate the
security and legal aspects of
present punitive measures. Likud
ministers demanded tougher laws
allowing harsher sentences for
anyone who breaches law and
order in the territories.
Kabin, in his defense of
government policies, rejected
Tehiya's charge of softness and
cited examples of stiff jail sen-
tences imposed on Arab youths
who threw Molotov cocktails at
Israeli vehicles. It was one of
those homemade gasoline bombs
that fatally burned David Pinhas
last week when it hit the vehicle
he was driving in Kalkilya.
LATER, an Israeli reserve
soldier. Cpl. Aharon Avidor, was
murdered by a lone gunman as he
stood guard at the gate to the
government offices compound in
downtown Ramallah. Avidor was
Continued on Page 3
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Sen. Arlen
Specter (R., Pa.) has put
Egypt on notice that as a
member of the Senate
Appropriations Com-
mittee's Foreign
Operations Subcommittee
he will urge his colleagues
not to approve any
"substantial aid" for Egypt
until it sends its am-
bassador back to Israel.
Specter made this warning
directly to Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ksmat Abdel Meguid
when Meguid met with the
Senate Foreign Relations
Committee last Thursday. He
was the only senator who was not
a committee member present.
IN AN interview later with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
Specter said he told Meguid
directly: "As far as this senator
is concerned, I would not support
substantial foreign aid for Egypt
if you don't send the ambassador
back."
The return of the Egyptian
envoy, who left Israel after
Israel's invasion of Lebanon,
would be the most "symbolic and
substantive" step Egypt could
take to advance the Mideast
peace process, Specter said.
He said he stressed to Meguid
that "we need leadership in the
Mideast" and he was "con-
vinced" it would not come from
either King Hussein of Jordan or
Saudi Arabia. It was thus up to
Egypt to provide it.
WHEN MEGUID replied that
the United States was not doing
Egypt a "favor" by providing
aid, Specter said he told him he
agreed and said the U.S. acted in
its national interest as did Egypt.
Egypt is receiving $2.1 billion
in economic and military aid this
year and the Reagan
Administration is proposing that
it get $2.3 billion in 1986. Like
Israel, all of the aid to Egypt is in
the form of a grant. When
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak comes to Washington
in March he is expected to ask for
an even larger increase.
Meguid told the senators that
Egypt has lost revenue because
of decreases in oil prices, Suez.
Canal revenues, money sent
home by Egyptians working
abroad, and tourism. Specter said
he told Meguid the U.S. has
economic problems, too. "I am a
Senator from Pennsylvania with
enormous unemployment," he
said. "Wherever I go in Penn-
sylvania I get asked the question
'Why do you vote for foreign
aid when unemployment com-
pensation has run out?'
SPECTER STRESSED that
the U.S. has to decide how to use
its limited resources. "We are
looking for leadership from
Egypt." he told Meguid.
The Pennsylvania senator
plans to give the same blunt
message to Mubarak, whom he
has met several times in
Washington and Cairo, when the
Egyptian president comes to
Washington.
Specter has been in the
forefront in pressing Egypt on
returning its ambassador to
Israel. When he met with
Mubarak in Cairo in June, 1983,
he was told the envoy would be
back in two or three weeks. In
return, he wrote M. Peter
McPherson, director of the U.S.
Agency for International
Development, asking him to
loosen restrictions on the aid
given Egypt. He raised the issue
again with Mubarak during a
visit to the Mideast last August.
Mubarak then gave conditions
which were repeated last
Thursday by Meguid. He called
for complete Israeli withdrawal
from Lebanon, "movement on
the Palestinian issue," and the
return of Taba. He said it is not
enough that Israel returned 99.9
percent of the Sinai, "We must
have 100 percent," Meguid
declared.
Cut Workers' Pay
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Premier Shimon Peres, his status
as a leader of the Socialist Inter-
national notwithstanding,
believes the best way to induce
workers to leave the bloated civil
service for more productive
sectors of the economy is to cut
their pay.
Endowment Fund Grows
Into Community Foundation
The rapid growth of the Jewish
community in South County
fastest growing in the nation
has led to the expansion of the
Federation's Endowment Fund
into the new Jewish Community
Foundation of South County.
More than a mere name
change, this expansion "reflects
the growing sense of community
and commitment of the Jewish
Community in Boca Raton,
Church Brings Great Musical
On Israel To South County
ft ^e past few years a Fort
Btrdale church has
Wished a novel tradition
8 thank you" to the
U People through a musical
ty show entitled "For Israel
i Love."
Jews, because of long,
.sant history, tend to react
IInit,al suspicion to overtures
| cnservative Christians; at
|very least the suspected
e is a missionary intent.
ever, the Good News Church
n Pastors Derek Prince and
^roft convinced the Jewish
"unity of Fort Lauderdale of
Picenty of their gesture.
I. when they first put on
'srael With Love" at the
Sunrise Theatre tour years ago,
they played to an overflow crowd.
A year later, they had to schedule
two performances, both of which
played to a capacity audience.
This year, the church is ex-
panding its show beyond
Broward County they'll be
bringing it to South County and
other areas as well. Polished to a
high level of performance, the
musicale includes singing,
dancing, dramatic sketches and
music by an orchestra, under the
direction of Rev. Jim Letizia.
The show has received ac-
colades both from various Jewish
service organizations and Jewish
and Israeli officials. Joel Arnon,
former consul-general of Israel in
Miami and now consul-general in
New York, has strongly
recommended it, and Hanoch
Segev, a high official in Israel's
Tourism Ministry, has invited
the church to bring the show to
Israel.
In fact, the exciting prospect of
taking the show to Israel is part
of the reason for "going on the
road." It is also the reason that,
while in past years tickets were
given out free, this year they are
being sold to raise money for
the Israel trip.
The show in South County is
scheduled for Sunday, March 24,
7 p.m.. at FAU. Tickets, for
reserved seats, are $6 and $5.
Delray Beach and Highland
Beach,"' in the words of
Federation president Marianne
Bobick. "The foundation will
answer the need for ac-
complishing long range goals for
an increasing population, with
growing programs and needs, in a
coordinated and efficient
manner."
The Jewish Community
Foundation of South County has
been established by the South
County Jewish Federation to
develop, receive and distribute
charitable funds. Gifts and
bequests from individuals,
families, businesses and
charitable organizations make up
the assets of the Foundation. The
current assets total ap-
proximately $4.5 million. The
Foundation is the repository for
individual trusts, endowments
and philanthropic funds which
have been given or established by
members of the South County
Jewish community.
Foundation chairman Gary
Bernstein, well known com-
munity leader from Hartford,
Conn., says the Jewish Com-
munity Foundation of South
County provides for the long
term security of the Jewish
community. Bernstein outlines
the primary purposes of the
Foundation:
To serve as a means by which
members of the Jewish com-
munity can fulfill their charitable
interests beyond their par-
ticipation in the annual giving.
To improve the quality of
Jewish communal life
providing seed money for
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, February 22,1985
Press Digest ...
(Compiled from Israeli dailies
and the English-language Jewish
Press, by Marty Erann, Director
of Communications, South
County Jewish Federation)
The Jewish Week highlights
two young Jewish leaders
both, coincidentally, with the
AIPAC background.
One is 23-year-old Seth
Eisenberg, new national director
of the Herut Zionists of America.
Eisenberg, a student at Indiana
University, left college in his
senior year to take over the post,
vacated by Rabbi Dov Aharoni-
Fisch who went on Aliyah. As the
youngest leader of the Zionist
Revisionist movement, founded
by Ze'ev Jabotinsky and the
precursor of Menahem Begin's
Herut Party, Eisenberg will
participate in major forums of
leaders of the national Jewish
organizations, supervise a six-
figure budget and a staff of
seven, and work on national
Herut publications and fund-
raising efforts.
He was national director of
Junior Achievement while in high
school, and took 18 months off
from college to edit a Jewish
community newspaper in
Louisville, Kentucky. The paper
sent him on a 10-day editors' tour
of Israel, and the first 10 minutes
there, he says, changed his life.
When he came back to his
campus he founded an Israel
Public Action Committee, and
became AIPAC's campus liaison,
successfully combatting anti-
Israel propaganda sponsored on a
weekly basis by some 1,000 Arab
students at the campus. He has
been back to Israel four times
since, and has chosen the path of
Herut because, he says, he was
inspired by Menahem Begin.
The other young leader is
Jonathan Kessler, AIPAC's
leadership development coor-
dinator. Kessler is a former
college debating champion, and
was mid-Atlantic regional
coordinator for the American
Zionist Youth Foundation. He
now works with 150 student
liaisons of AIPAC.
Kessler believes that Arab
propagandists are currently
"regrouping" training for a
new onslaught, more
sophisticated than in the earlier
part of the decade, to influence
students in general and to focus
specifically on future Jewish
leadership, to erode future Jewish
support for Israel.
Briefly, from the National
Jewish Post and Opinion:
The Soviet Union is seen as
sending signals that it is willing
to communicate, perhaps bring
about a thaw in its relations, with
world Jewry: Soviet Ambassador
Dobrynin walked across the
dance floor at President Reagan's
Inauguration to talk for 15
minutes with Israeli Ambassador
Rosenne; the Kremlin has invited
World Jewish Congress president
Edgar Bronfman to visit
Moscow; and oil magnate
Armand Hammer, who recently
visited the Soviet Union, carried
a message to the Kremlin leaders
from Shimon Peres (though
Hammer reported failure to
interest them, on his return).
The Lockheed Corporation has
been stripped of its export
privileges to Saudi Arabia for a
year and fined $10,000 for ac-
cepting the Arab country's
condition that no Jewish ap-
plicant be acceptable for an
opening in that country and
posting a notice to that effect.
The ADL called the notice to the
attention of the U.S. Commerce
Department.
Editorially, the P and O says
the Council of Jewish
Federations should follow the
example of the Jewish Agency in
doing some overhaul work on the
way it operates. Following up on
its previous week's report (and
editorial) on the Jewish Agency's
internal study of its com-
munications, the P and O says
the CJF is in at least as bad
shape in terms of gaps in its
work, response to needs and
failure to operate democratically.
At least make a study, says the
paper. .
The Jerusalem Post tells of
growing violence in Judea and
Samaria (part of the West Bank)
against Jewish settlers and
travellers, which has resulted in
demands by the settlers for
greater protection from the
armed forces and sterner security
measures. The settlers were
particularly incensed by the
death of a Kfar Saba flower
grower, David Pinhas, who was
ambushed as he returned from
transporting Arab employees
home to the village of Kalkilya.
Pinhas' car was hit by Molotov
cocktails and though badly
burned, he managed to walk and
crawl to the Kfar Saba neigh-
borhood of Josephthal (one of
South County's Project Renewal
neighborhoods M.E.). He was
taken to hospital, where he died
of his burns.
The settlers, for several days,
staged protest demonstrations
and blocked traffic near several
sites where attacks against
passing Israeli traffic have
become frequent. Rabbi Moshe
Levinger. a long time leader of
Gush Emunim the group
which has been pushing for in-
creased settlement and a
pioneer resident of Kiryat Arba
near Hebron, has been staging a
sit-down strike on the road in
front of the Dehaishe refugee
camp, from which rock-throwing
at cars and buses has been an
almost daily occurrence.
The Post also reports that the
National Religious Party
traditionally representing the
more moderate, mainstream
orthodox element, has attacked
the ultra-religious groups for
declaring a boycott of Bank
Leumi and its subsidiaries (such
as the Africa-Israel Investment
Company) because of the dispute
around building a new wing for a
Tiberias hotel over the alleged
site of an ancient Jewish
cemetery. The opposition to the
construction, said the NRP, is
strictly a political issue, and
therefore not subject to bans
being issued by rabbinic
authorities.
The row over the hotel projects
has been an added element to an
old struggle between secular and
ultra-orthodox circles, and the
NRP stand has added a new
dimension to it. Several rabbinic
authorities from the Torah sages
councils have ordered their
followers to withdraw all their
accounts from Bank Leumi and
boycott the Africa-Israel com-
pany which is building the hotel
wing.
Ha'Aretz discloses that
Premier Shimon Peres has
confidentially expressed a
readiness to test out the concept
of autonomy for Palestinian
Arabs on a trial basis in the Gaza
Strip, and if successful, to use
that as a model- for a similar
process in Judea and Samaria.
Peres, says the paper, plans to
establish a think-tank soon, to
propose a position paper on the
project. Among the brains behind
the idea, reportedly, is Ezer
Weizmann, formerly a
prominent Likud figure who
served as a Cabinet minister, but
parted way with Menahem
Begin, and is now considered
close to Shimon Peres.
Ha'Aretz also reports that as
part of the latest economic
measures, which include a second
"package deal" worked out with
the Histadrut and the
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percent surcharge on the ticket,
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zhak Modai wanted to make the
travel tax $300 to $360, but
agreed to compormise on $200
while Premier Shimon Peres is
said to be determined to give this
tax his full backing. The measure
is intended to help stem the rapid
depletion of foreign currency
reserves in the central bank, on
which Israel depends greatly for
its imports, including defense
needs. Yediot Aharonot points
out that the taxes for a $300
plane ticket will add up to $485!!!
Yediot Aharonot says Israel
has initiated serious efforts to
locate and apprehend Josef
Mengele, one of the most in-
famous Nazi criminals who is still
at large. Mangele was responsible
for killing and *,:, I
thousands by mna Blll
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according to the paper after.
secret document revealed that i!
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i the headquarters of the
{wish Agency, the JNF and the
|IA offices) on a rainy Friday
jht. and emptied out the safety
fcposit boxes of an estimated $40
Lllion in cash, jewelry and
legotiable securities.
eminiscent of a similar break-in
a Ramat-Gan bank about nine
tars ago, the heist was executed
professionals who planned it
the detail, according to the
lice. When they cut the
(ephone and electric wires
iich would activate the alarm,
police assumed it was caused
an electric short, as happens
ten enough when there's heavy
[in The largest previous
fobery on record says Yediot,
ts in Spain, on Christmas in
182, when the thieves got away
|th $15 million.
I One of the safety deposit boxes
jptied at Bank Hapoalim
ponged to Knesset Member
hud Olmert, who for years has
earheaded a fight against
Iganized crime in Israel.
fa'an'r says the box contained a
eat deal of secret information
leaders of organized crime,
on the sources for this in-
.nation, much of which was
t even available to the police
jice Olmert's sources, in some
jses, gave it to him con-
Jentially while they'd refuse to
j to the police. Exposure of the
iirces' names would put them
[mortal danger, according to
nert.
Ma'arir says that rabbis in-
ed to talk to students at state
Bgious schools have been
pssuring girls in junior and
lior high school classes to sign
Bilious observance
plarations, the basis for
empting religious girls from
|itary service. School officials
present at the time, and the
is the rabbis use are prepared
the school in advance, and
htain the personal data of the
ps alrady filled out.
The raabis are invited to the
^ools without prior approval by
Education Ministry, as
luired by the ministry's
Jicies. The pressure applied to
girls has caused many who
khed to serve in the army at
Bt as soldier-teachers to
the exemption requests.
nally, a girl would make the
iteration before two rabbis of
rabbinic courts, con-
itially, if she wishes to be
|mpt on religious grounds.
el has two parallel state
ool systems, one secular and
other religious. The latter
ters primarily to the
ierately religious elements,
us those represented by the
' the Agudat Israel Party
the Ultra-Orthodox elements
Main their own private school
|tem. Among the moderately
ytous elements, many of the
willingly become inducted
military service, often as
\hvrs in development and
vicr towns, or as members of
fious NAHAL settlement
fps, such as those established
the Bnai Akiva religious
\h movement. M.E.l
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study projects and other ac-
tivities which cannot be em-
braced by the regular budgets for
the Federation or beneficiary
agencies.
* To serve as a reserve fund to
meet emergency needs in the
South County Jewish com-
munity, or Jewish communities
elsewhere, to provide methods by
which donors can perpetuate
their support for the Federation,
in general, and for specified
charitable, educational or
communal institutions.
To become a unifying force
within the Jewish community
enabling agencies and individuals
to work together, to participate
in the Foundation.
The Foundation makes grants
annually in the fields of health,
education, urban affairs, religion,
social service, youth, aging and
other areas of human need. The
Foundation examines each
request and monitors the grants
which have been awarded.
A board of trustees, comprised
of appointed Federation leaders,
directs and manages the
Foundation.
Eric Deckinger, a prominent
South County developer, is
chairman of the Investment
Committee, which consists of
qualified community leaders
appointed by the president of
Federation. The Investment
Committee directs the fiscal and
investment policy for the funds of
the Foundation which are
managed with the assistance of
professional investment counsel.
Albert W. Gortz, partner at
Proskauer, Rose, Gortz and
Mendelsohn, is chairman of the
Legal and Tax Committee, which
advises and guides the Foun-
dation and informs potential
donors on legal and tax matters.
Baron Coleman, retired
community leader from Nash-
ville, Tenn., and Arnold
Rosen thai, formerly of Pitt-
sburgh and now of Boca Lago,
are co-chairmen of the Marketing
and Development Committee,
which informs potential donors of
endowment opportunities and
arranges for establishment of
such funds.
Arthur H. Jaffe, formerly
foundation director of the Pit-
tsburgh Federation Foundation
and director of planning and
development for the Carnegie
Institute, now directs the
Rabin
Continued from Page 1
buried at the military cemetery
on Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem.
After citing Jordan as the
place wiiere terrorist acts against
Israel are being initiated, Rabin
said, "I will not try to obscure
the gravity of recent acts of
terrorism or to pretend that
terror can be eradicated by
military means alone." He said
operation of the Jewish Com-
munity Foundation of South
County.
The Jewish Community
Foundation offices are at
Federation headquarters on the
James and Marjorie Baer
Campus, 336 N.W. Spanish River
Boulevard, Boca Raton, Florida
33433. (Telephone 368-2737).
Says
the security forces will simply
have to be more vigilant.
Chief of Staff Gen. Moshe
Levy presented statistics
showing a drop in terrorist in-
cidents in the administered
territories. But, he told the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee, the recent
wave of attacks made those
statistics problematic.
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Page 4 The Jew is h Florid ian of South County / Friday, February 22,1985
In Israel Coo^ges...
...And Local Friends
Hillel Students Cauf
Renewed Faith
Israel Has Given The U.S. $50b...'
Israel has provided the U.S.
with some $50 billion worth of
technological data from captured
Soviet military equipment, it was
disclosed last week by Meir
Rosenne, Israel's ambassador to
the U.S.
The Israeli envoy said that
Israel had saved America "many
years of research and billions of
dollars*' by sharing with the U.S.
the planes, tanks, missiles and
other Soviet military equipment
it captured from Arab armies. He
said the $50 billion price-tag was
an estimate based on a study by
two American generals in the
Pentagon.
"U.S.-Israeli strategic
cooperation is a two-way street,
bringing benefits to both sides,"
Ambassador Rosenne told a
group of Tel Avjv University
Associates, a leadership group of
Ben-Gurion U. Friends
Name Posner Area Director
Jerrold Posner has been named
Southeast Area Director of
American Associates, Ben-
Gurion University of the Negev,
announced James Baer, the
organization's Florida Area
Chairman.
Posner was previously
Associate Director for the
Southern Region of American
Society for Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology. His
extensive experience in non-profit
administration and fund raising
includes the position of District
Director for Dade and Monroe
Counties, Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation, and Senior
Executive Fundraiser in Miami
Beach for American Friends of
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. Posner has also
served as President and General
Manager of the North Carolina
Lyric Opera in Durham.
American Associates, Ben-
Gurion University of the Negev
is the U.S. support organization
for BGU, located in Beersheva,
Israel.
The university was established
in 1969 to further David Ben-
Gurion's dream of an institution
of higher education in the
southern region that is 60 percent
of the land of Israel. The
university is distinguished
Jerrold Posner
worldwide for its pioneering work
in desert agriculture, its outreach
programs in Negev development
towns and its community-
oriented medical school.
The Southeast office of
American Associates, Ben-
Gurion University of the Negev
is located at 6635 West Com-
mercial Boulevard, Suite 104,
Tamarac, Florida 33319,
telephone 722-6100.
The First Hebrew Bible printed in America is part of a gift of
early American Judaica given to the Yeshiva University
Libraries by an anonymous university benefactor. Dr. Egon
Brenner, executive vice president of the university, and Pearl
Berger, acting director of the Yeshiva University Libraries,
examine the two-volume work printed in 1814. The library's
copy is among the few extant copies preserved in their original
bindings.
The
Jewish Floridian
FREDSHOCHfr
Editor and Publisher
of South County
SUZANNE SHOCHET
Exeriitmp Editor
f rea Shochel
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'residents Mariorie Bar" Em W Deckinger Larry Charme. Secretary Arnold Rosnthai
Treasurer Sheldon Jonl i fldbu. Bruce S Warsnal
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Tel Aviv University's friends and
supporters, meeting in New
York.
Rosenne voiced Israel's
"continued opposition" to the
proposed American sale of
sophisticated military equipment
to Arab nations that refuse to
come to the peace table with
Israel. Such sales "now they
call them transfers of
technology" jeopardize
Israel's security, he said, adding:
"We don't want to replenish our
arsenal with American equip-
ment captured from the Arabs
who attack us."
The Israeli diplomat said Israel
had made major reductions in
government spending "in-
cluding deep cuts in support to
Israeli universities, threatening
Israel's lead in science and
technology over the Arabs." He
urged increased American Jewish
support for all Israeli institutions
of higher learning, which he
called "one of the great sources of
Israel's strength as a state and
people."
The American Friends of Tel
Aviv University will hold an
important meeting on Wed-
nesday, Feb. 27, at 2:30 p.m., at
the Administration Building
(Second Floor), Century Village
West in Boca. The featured
speaker will be Eva Jones, on the
topic, "High Technology in
Israel." Refreshments served.
Admission is free. For in-
formation, call 483-3076.
Bad news is something one
hears every day. In the Jewish
community, bad news is when
people don't care, refuse to be
involved. Like when you hear
that only 15 to 20 percent are
affiliated with a synagogue; or
when some people refuse to
contribute to community causes,
saying something like "I gave at
the office" and you know they
retired from the office four years
ago .
South County is blessed: its
share of bad news is, perhaps,
much less than other com-
munities. And it has a good share
of good news like Hillel
students at FAU.
Jim Baer, a founder and former
president of the South County
Jewish Federation, was recently
surprised pleasantly by the
good news at Hillel. He was
invited to talk to a group of
students, primarily about
Ethiopian Jewry, but then, how
can someone like Jim not touch
on the subject of this community
and its fantastic growth? To his
surprise, Jim found a dedicated
group of students who have
organized. for the fourth year, a
Federatwn-UJAcajnpajfl,..,
campus; who have a comL
to community and to jL
and who are up to date on^3
going on. ""M
"It gave me renewed full
the survival of JudaisrT
everything we have been wo
for, said Jim afterward "i,
students understand what,
J7^erat!n does (includin,
Hillel). they are involved J
mainstream of Jewish life .
will provide solid leadership
the future."
11
He pointed out that 10 of
campaign organizers
selves, responded 'to i|
emergency call for Ethio
Jewry by raising $250,000
followed that up with a
il50i/?r.,the "tt"1" wni-
l.A camPain this y
headed by Bobra Bush,
recently took part in a st'
UJA Mission to Israel |
sidized, in part, by
Federation). Apart f
soliciting at FAU, the st
will also take an active put
Super Sunday as volunteers, j
as they have in previous yean
UNVEILING
Dr. Harold Cohen of Boca Raton, husband of the late
ANNE L. COHEN
Announces that the unveiling of the stone
in her memory will take place
SUNDAY, MARCH 10,1985, at 2 P.M.
At Eternal Light Memorial Gardens
in Boynton Beach
(31/? miles north of Atlantic Ave., on U.S. 441)
Friday, February 22. 1985
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Number8
FACT:
Abraham Lincoln died intestate
(without a will).
Can you imagine? a man of such importance who took time
out to write the Gettysburg Address on a scrap of paper -
didn 't take the time to sit down and plan his estate.
How do we know that everything he
wanted to do with his estate
was really carried out
You may not be the President
of the United States but you
might be the president of your
company. If you have made a
will congratulations. If not,
isn *t it time for you to do so!
And if you have a wiU, when was the
last time you looked it over.
Perhaps with changing laws and
family conditions you might
want to revise it
, By all means see your attorney for the best
professional advice and please remember your Jewish Community and
all it stands for when you either make a will or revise a present one.
Jewish Community Foundation
Of South County
(The South County Jewish Federation Endowment Program)
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Tel. 368-2737
Gary Bernstein, Foundation Chairman
Arthur H. Jaffe. Foundation Director


Israel Bonds
Advisory ...
Friday, February 22,1985 The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
The Temple Emeth Choir, at the Israel Bonds cabaret.
TEMPLE EMETH HOSTS
CABARET EVENING
The enthusiasm that poured
^rom Temple Emeth's social hall
Sunday night, Jan. 27, will
Jways be remembered by the 340
jple who attended the Israel
ionds event. The festivities of
the evening included the Temple
Cmeth Choir under the direction
f Anne Katz; piano soloist,
Clinor Greif; and well-known
omedian Lou Mason.
I
Irv Kirsburg, chair, and
Harold Kay, co-chair, worked
diligently with their committee
and their outstanding leadership
and dedication produced over
$220,000 in bond purchases.
The highlight of the evening
was the presentation of the
Negev Awards to Betty Binik,
Sarah Sommers, Morris
Anapolsky and Ben Karpen for
their devotion to the Jewish
community locally and in Israel.
'Left to right I Sidney and Estelle Gitelis and Cele and Hyman Gesch-
mind receiving the Negev Award from Jerome Gleekel (center).
| PINES OF BOCA BARWOOD
HOSTS BONDS BRUNCH
The Pines of Boca Barwood
^as the scene Sunday, Jan. 27,
k>r ihe State of Israel Bonds
^runch honoring Cele and
lyman Geschwind and Estelle
Sidney Gitelis. They received
Negev Award for their
ledication to Israel and the
|ewish community.
Cele and Harold Jackson,
lairing, along with their
ommittee Claire and Bernard
jardner. Cele and Hyman
jeschwind, Estelle and Sidney
jilelis. Bea and Ben Matz and
and Barnet Zigman
provided a medley of magnificent
fish and salads to create a
delicious brunch.
Jerome Gleekel, noted
authority on Israel, enlightened
the select group on Israel's ac-
complishments in the fields of
medicine and high technology,
making the participants aware of
the role of Israel Bonds in the
country's research and
development in these areas.
LEIBS CHAIR BNAITORAH
ISRAEL BONDS DINNER
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib
will chair the B'nai Torah
Congregation annual Israel
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Dr. and Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib
Bonds Dinner this year, Eugene
Squires, executive chair of South
County Israel Bonds, has an-
nounced.
The dinner, to be held Sunday,
March 3, will honor Dr. Jerry and
Mrs. Helen Wexler for their
dedication to the congregation.
The Leibs and their committee
have planned a cabaret evening
with hors d'oeuvres being served
throughout the evening.
Charlotte Cooper will be en-
tertaining with her nightclub
.comedy acu ..................
Dr. Leib. former president of
the Detroit District of the ZOA,
was accorded national
recognition for his labors in
Zionism at a reception in Boca
Raton. In Florida, Dr. Leib
continues his Zionist and
community activities. He is on
the board of B'nai Torah's Men's
Club in Boca Raton, and is active
in the Zionist movement.
Dr. Leib is a member of
Perfection Lodge of the Masons,
a 32nd degree Mason, a Shriner,
past president of the Maurice
Zeiger Lodge of B'nai B'rith, and
is a charter member of Boca
Teeca B'nai B'rith Lodge in Boca
Raton. Dr. Leib and his wife,
Marion, are on the administrative
committee of the Jewish National
Fund in Michigan and they have
endowed a forest of 10,000 trees
in the American Bicentennial
Forest in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Leib holds memberships
in Hadassah, JNF, Sisterhoods
in Shaare Zedek Synagogue in
Southfield, Michigan, and B'nai
Torah Congregation in Boca
Raton. She -attended Wayne
State University in Detroit.
The Leibs' dedication to Israel
Bonds has been an inspiration to
the congregation. Their en-
thusiasm is contagious and the
evening no doubt will be a
tremendous success.
For reservations please call
368-9221.
Heritage Week
Date Set
NEW YORK (JTA) The
ninth annual national celebration
of Jewish Heritage Week has
been set for the week of Apr. 21-
28. The week, initiated by the
Jewish Community Relations
Council of New York in 1976, is
co-sponsored by the Board of
Jewish Education of Greater New
York and the New York City
Board of Education.
Attorney General Robert
Abram is chairman of Jewish
Heritage Week.
Answer The Call To Life
Super Sunday marks the
pinnacle of the 1985 UJA/
Federation Campaign. It
is your chance to add a
building-block in the
J growth of this
52 community.
Give us two or three
hours of your time on
MARCH 17:
To call your friends and
neighbors
To ask them to join
their fellow Jews in
Helping fellow Jews
here, in Israel and
around the world.
JOIN THOUSANDS OF VOLUNTEERS in
Federations across South Florida in an all-out
phone drive to reach more people and raise more
money in a single day than ever before.
The calls you make may determine the quality
of Jewish life in this decade!
Invest in 2-3 hours of "Community Love" it
guarantees a lifetime return of a loving
community.
Reserve your Super Sunday telephone NOW.
To Life
The 1985 Campaign
Call 368-2737 (Marcia Nathans)



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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, February 22,1985
Federation / UJA
85 Update
6th Annual Men's Division Dinner-Dance
Almost 400 people-
Dinner^Dance on behalf o|\
Set in the Grand Baiy
Ocean, the assembled heaJI
importance of Israel-U.S
Shep Kaufman, chair
dollars was raised for m
Project Renewal. Kaufman
pleased with the Jewish con
Standing, (left to right): Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Freeman,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yoffe. Seated, Heft to right): Mr. and
Mrs. Dan White, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Braun.
Standing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Saul \ewmanjfo.
. ,.,.,,. and Mrs. Bernard Kruh. Seated (left to riehti Mr *J
Standing (left to right). Mr. and Mrs William Domnger, ^ ^^ Wool Mr and Mf$ EmilB
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bitensky, Mr. and Mrs^ Theo KellerL Mf$ David SaUberg.
Seated (left to right). Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Fink.
Standing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. J.P. (Peter) Kamins,
Shep Kaufman. Seated (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Satsky, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Scholson, Mrs. Kaufman.
Standing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Sard, Mr. Standing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pittma,
and Mrs. Marvin Goldenberg, Mr. Norman Albin. Seated Mr. and Mrs. Cole Schuster, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
(left to right). Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Strocker. Seated (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. MelvinStn,
Wiliam Isenstein and Mrs. Albin. and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strochak.
Left to right Shep Kaufman, Dinner-Dance chairman;
Marianne Bobick, president, South County Jewish
Federation; Senator Bob Packwood; Rabbi Bruce S.
Warshal, executive director SCJF; Larry S. Charme,
Ml). Men's Division campaign chairman.
Left to right: Dr. Larry Charme (chairman, Men's
Division); Benjamin Bussin (chairman. Family Division);
Phyllis Squires (chairwoman, Women's Division); Senator
Bob Packwood; Abner Levine (Men's Division, Major
Gifts chairman).
Natalie
Top: Victor and Lillian Gross, Harvey and
Adelstein. Bottom: Alvin and Edith Schreibman,
Seymour and Dollsey Rappaport and Irving and Harriet
Sands.
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Federation Vice President Eric Deckinger, right,
traducing guest speaker Senator Bob Packwood.
Top: Bernard and Rhoda Epstein, Joe and Edith
Rosenbaum, Henry and Anne Brenner. Bottom: Marilyn
and Harold Rothstein, Florence and Charles Rubenstein AU seated Ethel and Hyman Hendler, Betty and Non
and Anita and Marty Karn. Stone and Helen and Ira Sarasohn.
Top. Martin and Jane Leventhal, Ben and Ei elynBors_
Rnttnm Cinr\, nnrl ffnu Rernvtoin. Eleanor ana A"
Top: Jules and Edith Salit, Lawrence and Rosalind Koch,
Muriel Kornheiser. Bottom: Lawrence and Mildred Weiss
and Phillip and Mickey Eisenpresser.
Top: Rabbi and Sandra Crain, David and Adele Hast Bottom Gary and Rose Bernstein, Eleanor am
Harry Broh, Rabbi Joe Pollack. Bottom Helen and ^"^haland Wilfred and Florence Schreibman.
Herman Gimbel, Glorida and Ben Rosenthal, Dorothy
Broh and Ann Pollack. J
Tap: Helen Reiner, Harry Reiner. Nathan Schneider.
Mildred Schneider. Bottom: Harry Samrick, Edith
I and Est Jehl
Top: John Liner, Mrs. John Liner, Miriam "
KottZ HaJ^SSS^'^^^T^J^^91 Milton Kaufman. Bottom: Dr. Larry* ('harm*!*
Koti Kottler Top: Qad Herbnt, Dr. Jerry Charme. In, in Field* Shirley Fields. Herbert I,-if**


la 6th Annual Men's Division
^deration campaign.
larbour House Marriott on the
lob Packwood speak about the
it, reports that over 1.4 million
lpaign, Operation Moses, and
[s a lovely evening and we are
was shown by all present."
Friday, February 22, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 7
Standing (left to right): Mr. Edward Bobick, Ms. Mary
Biscay, Mr. Ivan Novich, Ms. Martha Kaufman. Seated.
ZTwT, Be^Mr*t Marianne Bobick, Sen. Bob Pack- Standing Heft to right). Dr. and Mrs. Louis Winkelman,
J. Lynn Persoff and Mr. James Nobil. Mr. and Mrs. Carol, Mr. Morris Lipson. Seated (left to
right), Mr. and Mrs. Joseph KaU, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Bowman, Mrs. Morris Lipson.
>v*
fft: Mr. and Mrs. Abner Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Mort
k, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Squires. Bottom left: Mr.
>v Harvey Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Godofsk}
Standing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cutler, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Haffe, Mr. Paul Rabin. Seated left to
right). Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Alec
Messing and Mrs. Paul Rabin.
fing (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lebbin, Mr.
trs. Peter Brown. Seated (left to right), Mr. and Mrs.
tee Schiller and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Axelrod.

m
\I)r Robert and Miriam Greenberg, Betty and Iz
Bottom: Hazel and Al Krop, Evelyn and Ben
and Rose and Arthur Lebersfeld.
Top: Louis and Raye Lazarus, David and Margie Abrams,
Rita and Rubin Pyner. Bottom: Dr. Jack and Lois Rose,
Ray and Rosalind Slomin and Melvin and Sylvia Lock.
1<>\ and Dr. Herbert Prentice, Elaine and Sonfred
tr. Bottom: Sam and Ruth Fox, Jordan and Betty
*rg and Al and Rita Bogus.
Top: Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Dena Feldman, Rabbi
Bruce Warshal, Lynn Warshal, Shelden Jontiff, Rabbi
Richard Agler. Bottom: Nick Persico, Dottie Persico,
Elaine Franklin, Noni Jontiff and Mindv Aeler.
^Kenneth Endelson, Eric Deckinger, Adrienne
Mr. and Mrs. Sachs. Bottom: Sherry
pn. Myron Baker, Arlette Baker, Henry Yusem and
Top: Claire Pressner, Dr. Louis Berger, Mrs. Louis
Berger, Harold Ross, Lucille Ross. Bottom: Ben Pressner,
Betty Lester, William Lester, Mrs. Bertram Ames and
Bertram Ames.
Standing (left to right). Mr. and Mrs. George Colin, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Madan. Seated (left to right), Mr and
Mrs. Frank White, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chafetz and Mr. and
Mrs. David Gould.
uiy;*
Top: Bernard and Harriet Bloom, Victor and Alice
Seidman. Bottom: Rudolph and Helen Lidsky, Maurice
and Hilda Freidman.
Top: Al and Jane Gortz, Barry and Shelly Halperin, Cary
and Karen Fohrman, Robert Mufson. Bottom: Dr. Gerald
and Joyce Robinson. Robert and Amy Birkenes and Nina
Mufson.
Top: Mickey Fried. Morris and Charlotte Cofman. Edwin
and Anita Reich. Bottom: Martin and Mildred Sperling.
David and Evelyn Speisman and Sylvia Fried.
Top: Sol Richter, Roz Richter. Bottom: Rivyan Johnson,
Lewis Johnson, Estelle Marcus, Bernard Marcus,
Eleanore Rukin and David Rukin.
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Top: Beverly Young, Ephraim Young. Bottom: Joseph
Robbins, Enid Robbins, Dr. Fred Saffer, Doris Rankin,
Larry Gottsegen and Joan Gottsegen.
*dys Weinshank, Mayer Weinshank, Sidney Wolf,
fney Wolf Bottom. Marion Richman. Dr. Sidney
*. Bernice Weiss, Dr. Harvey Weiss, Emy
g/Aand Irvine Kalmanoff.
Top: Laurie Singer. Rabbi Gregory Marx, Rosalyn
Grossman. Harvey Grossman. Bottom: Hedda Block. Top. Dr. Arnold Berliner. Toni Berliner Dr
n, Louise Perlstein, Robert A. Schumer, Cantor Martin Rosen, Myra Singer and Rabbi Merle Robert Fishman. Jackie Fishman. Bottom- Jav Eich
'in Goldstein. Mrs. Carl Goldstein. Sini/rr Helen* F.ishU* U/^.w^ IV.;.. k------u.....
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, February 22,1985

THE ADOLPH and ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
HAPPENINGS
An Agency of the South County Jewish Federation
JCC JOINS SHALOM
NEWCOMERS NETWORK
The Levis JCC has joined JWB
and other North American JCCs
and YM-YWHAs in a "Shalom
Newcomers Network," to help
Jewish individuals and families
who are moving to a new com-
munity to put down new Jewish
roots.
Shalom Newcomers Network
will deal directly with recon-
necting "newcomers" to their
new permanent communities.
The project recognizes the need
to deal more effectively with the
discontinuity resulting from the
high rate of Jewish mobility.
JWB's board of directors has
recommended that "each
community develop a program to
address the issue of permanent
relocation and that this com-
munity-based undertaking in-
clude the Center's operation of a
Shalom Newcomers Network
desk."
Les Scheinfeld. membership
director of the JCC. who heads up
the local link in the continent-
wide Shalom Newcomers Net-
work, said. "The JCC is pleased
to be part of this effort to keep
Jews connected. Together with
the South County Jewish
Federation, local synagogues,
temples, and other Jewish
organizations, we know that we
can contribute to the well-being
of Jews who move from other
communities to our community,
as well as those who "leave" our
community to relocate elsewhere.
"The service will provide
newcomers with basic infomation
about the local community and
those leaving with information
about the community to which
they are going This includes
information about Jewish
communal services, religious
institutions, possible places to
live, schools, medical sen-ices
and the like."
Joseph Kruger of South
Orange. N.J.. North American
chairman of the Shalom
Newcomers Network project,
said. "There are many fine
Shalom Newcomers services in
existence in numerous Jewish
communities, and most of these
are sponsored by local
Federations.
"Jewish Community Centers
are a primary point of entry for
Jews in cities across the U.S. and
Canada." Kruger said. They
offer outreach services and easy
entry into the Jewish scheme of
things.
'This makes JCCs particularly
important when you consider
that permanent relocation leads
to a tremendous loss of con-
nection with supportive Jewish
life and a loss of leadership. It
offers JCCs the opportunity to
provide those services that keep
Jews connected.
"JCCs and YM-WYHAs can
serve a special function in helping
to shorten the period of time of
reconnection of Jews on the move
with their new communities."
JWB will be a support system
to its affiliated JCCs and Ys
participating in the Network and
will provide them with posters
and other publicity materials and
ongoing consultation.
Cindy Chazan, JWB special
projects associate, is the coor-
dinator for the Shalom
Newcomers Network.
JWB is the central service
agency for 275 JCCs. YM-
YWHAs and Jewish camps in the
U.S. and Canada, serving one
million Jews. It seeks to
strengthen and perpetuate
Jewish education and Jewish
culture in North America
through the Jewish Media
Service-JWB. the JWB Lecture
Bureau, the JWB Jewish Book
Council, the JWB Jewish Music
Council, and Israel-related
projects.
The JWB is the U.S. gover-
nment-accredited agency that
provides religious. Jewish
educational, and morale services
to Jews in the armed forces, their
families and hospitalized
veterans on behalf of the
American Jewish community.
JWB is supported by Jewish
Federations, the UJA-Federation
Campaign of Greater New York,
the JCCs and YM-YWHAs. and
JWB Associates.
The Adolph and Rose Levis
Jewish Community Center is
located at 336 N.W. Spanish
River Blvd. in Boca Raton. For
more information call 395-5546.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
OVER 30 UNDER 18
DOUBLES
On Sunday, Feb. 24 from 9
am- 1 p.m. the Levis JCC will
hold its first Tennis Tournament.
To enter one player must be 30
years or older, the other team-
mate 18 years or younger.
Matches will consist of a 10
game pro-set. It will be a single
elimination tournament. The cost
is $5 per team for members $10
for non-members, and $7.50 for a
member-non-member team. Each
team will be responsible for
bringing a can of new balls.
Trophies will be awarded to the
winners and runner-ups. Refresh-
ments will be served and the
swimming pool will be open. Call
395-5546 to reserve your place -
pre-registration is a must!
PARENT CHILD
COMMUNICATION
Beginning Wednesday, Feb.
27, the Adolph and Rose Levis
Jewish Community Center will
conduct a program dealing with
Parent-Child communication.
This program is designed to
help parents raise happier, more
responsible children through
honest communication. The
results will be genuine friendship
and respect between you and
your child.
Lila Lang will be instructing
this course. Lila has recently
come to Boca Raton from New
York where she spent 22 years in
the Lynbrook school system. For
11 of those 22 years she led
weekly groups dealing with
parent child communication.
For more information, please
contact the JCC at 395-5546.
The Adolph and Rose Lewis
Jewish Community Center
wishes to acknowledge their
contributory members and
welcome all new members who
have recently joined:
FOUNDERS
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Altman.
Anonymous. Mr. and Mrs. James
Baer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerson
Bernstein. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Bobick. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Brenner. Dr. and Mrs. Israel
Bruk. Capt. and Mrs. Robert
Byrnes. Dr and Mrs. Larry
Charme. Ms. Etta Dogan. Dr.
and Mrs. Karl Enselberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Entin.
Also, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Fishman. Mrs. Florence Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gimmelstob.
Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Halperin.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kend. Drs.
Ury and Dalia Kalai. Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Kamins. Mr. and Mrs.
Shep Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Lebbin. Mr. and Mrs.
Abner Levine.
.Also. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mufson, Dr. Ronald Rubin. Mrs.
Bernice Schankerman. Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Squires. Mr. and
Mrs. David Stein. Mr. and Mrs.
$24.00 per person complete.
Make Check Payable to:
JCC, 336 NW Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton, Fla. 33431
PRIME TIMERS 1st ANNUAL
Passover Seder
Friday, April 5,1985
Service led by
Cantor Phillip Towsner
Name.
#in Party
Address
Phone _
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Amt. Enclosed S

Call 395-5546 for More Information.
Norman Stone, Temple Beth El,
Mrs. Ben Wetchler, Mr. and Mre.
Frank White, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Whitehill, and Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Zinman.
PATRONS
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Himber,
Mrs. Milton Kretsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Melcer and Dr. and
Mrs. Gerald Robinson.
FRIENDS OF THE CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Sonfred Brenner,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cappon. Ms.
Vicki Cohen, Ms. Sylvia Gold-
man, Ms. Molly Fraiberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Korn, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Kottler, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Lebersfeld.
Also. Ms. Shirley Levin, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Meier, Mr
James Nobil, Rabbi and Mrs
Joseph Pollack. Dr. and Mrs
Stephen Scher, Rabbi and Mrs
Merle Singer, and Rabbi anc
Mrs. Bruce Warshal.
NEW MEMBERS
JANUARY 1985
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kahan. Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Hirshik, Mr
and Mrs. Martin Zevin, Dr. and
Mrs. Bruce Braverman, Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Posner. Ms. Anna
Hermann. Ms. Rosalyn Berger.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steinberg,
Mr. and Mr. Joseph Gross, Mr.
Larry Gross, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Welling, Ms. Louis
Bialek. Ms. Jacqueline Alperin,
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Fried berg,
Mr. Alexander Greenberg. Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin B,*
and Mrs. Charles fl*
pk H"n Schachtn'
Charlotte Garris, Mr
Cliff Greenbaum, M,
Taylor Mr. and Mrs
Rosenbaum.
Also Mr. Earl Cohen, J
Mrs. Steve Moskoviu M,'
Mrs. Len Kluger. Ms
DeWitt. Ms. Sivia Sch^,
Tracey Ann Schwam M
Mrs. Elliott Ketay Mm '
Tully Schuster. Ms
Klemfeld. Dr. Wilma Gr
Dr and Mrs. Gary A. Li*,
Robert Held. Me fQ
Mrs. Linda Rafer. Mr. am
Stuart Darrow, Ms. Rosef-
Mr. and Mrs. Max HunritH
and Mrs. Elliott Wier*
Mum Thomas. Mr. and ]
Milton Abelove, Mr. and I
Maurice Schrager. Mr. aodkj
Gerald Golden and Rabbi i
Mrs. Louis Sacks.
As of this writing.
membership stands at 3651
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Jewish Community Bay School

Tu BiShvat Arbor Day
Students celebrated Tu
Shvat, the ancient Jewish
J)or Day, by planting trees at
Eh the Day School campus and
new Satellite Campus. One
ge tree was planted at each
and the students also
eived a sapling each.
(Sharing in Israeli traditions
taking part in actual
lirations and rituals is one of
ways the Day School
pances the study of Hebrew
Israeli culture, as well as
(iching its program of social
Id it's.
Preparing To Meet Author
Students of Marsha Kom-
ck's first grade read Jelly
Kv and Chocolate Fever and
i created their own endings to
of the books, as part of their
jarations for meeting the
jior of the books, Robert
amel Smith.
[he students will meet Smith
[Monday afternoon, prior to
opening of the Book Fair
nsored on Monday evening
lily by the school and the
blph and Rose Lev is JCC.
|h student has prepared three
pi ii ms to ask the author of the
Its, which they enjoyed so
feh. Robert Kimmel Smith will
(he guest speaker at the fair,
ch begins at 7:30 at the JCC.
Talent Show
teachers and students at the
pllite Campus put on a talent
this week, to raise money
Operation Moses. Jewel
ller's kindergarten class
sed up as Abe Lincoln,
fge Washington or Betsy
Sherry Clayman, Jewel
filer and Lisa Morelli sang a
lition of "I'm So Excited,"
Jewel sang an interesting
^enite number called Tumba.
lpanied by tambourines,
the children danced to a
graphy by Leah Temor,
othy Snyder and Geri
bhandante.
pry Steven and Bill Hance
pn a karate demonstration, to
Vone's ddight, and there was
ystery guest appearance
1 7 v i9
r
.sm *#M
Children watch as teacher Leah Temor
they just planted at Satellite Campus.
which turned out to be none other
than principal Burt Lowlicht.
It was fun and excitement for
all teachers, students, and
parents and relatives who came
to see the show. And, according
to Jewel Scheller, who coor-
dinated the show, was especially
worthwhile because helping the
Ethiopian Jews with the money
raised also made it a mitzvah!
purs finishing touches to tree
A Very
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at the
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Phone:538-6811
JF&CS
Jewish Family and Children's
Service announces "Till Death
Do Us Part" coping with
widowhood.
An eight-week group for
widowed men and women. The
group will help participants
during the grief process by
providing a safe place to share
feelings and learn new ways of
coping with the intense emotional
reactions, living single in a
coupled world, holidays,
socializing, and finding new
directions for the future.
Group Facilitator: Nancy A.
Feldman, LCSW. Dates:
Monday, March 18-Monday,
May 6. Time: 10-11:30 a.m. Cost:
$7 per session. Location: Jewish
Family and Children's Services of
So. Palm Beach County.
Registration: Contact Nancy A.
Feldman. Phone: 395-3640.
Food Service Directors/
Assistants Dietitians
wing, professionally-oriented food service company
is FLORIDA openings for qualified, take charge indi-
duals seeking challenging management positions in
Mirement community and nursing home food service.
Agrees in nutrition, dietetics, food service or hotel
anagement; ADA reg. a plus. Competitive salary and
Jnefit package. Send resume and salary history to:
JTRITION MANAGEMENT SERVICES CO., Suite
to, 440 E. Swedesford Rd Wayne, PA 19087.
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JOIN US
See Your Community In Action
South County Jewish Federation
[invites you to share in the experience of a
LOCAL MINI MISSION
[killed guide will take you through Boca Raton and
Iray Beach for an on-site experience of the various
pncy services this community offers and supports.
COST: 43/4 hours of your time.
No solicitation.
For more information call Helena Eichler at
The Federation office, 368-2737
VV
m
v
The October UJA Mission.....'"
To Israel for 1985
Will Be Held Oct. 9-20
It will include either Budapest, Hungary or
Bucharest, Rumania.
Many options available details to follow.
Reserve the dates you won't want to miss
out on this mission, which broke all records
in 1984!
Contact Alan Bergman 368-2737, for further information.
SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL
(an agency of the South County Jewish Federation)
Proudly Presents
OUR THIRD ANNUAL CANTORIAL CONCERT
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13,1985 at 7:30 P.M.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida
FEATURING AN EXCITING CANTORIAL DUO
AVRAHAMALBRECHT
Dix Hills Jewish Center, New York
AVSHALOMZFIRA
Marathon Jewish Center, New York
TICKETS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 395-3212
$18.00 Patron Reserved, front confer section $5.00 General Admission
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THESE
FIVE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS:
BOCA RATON:
South County Jewish Community
Day School
414 N.W. 35th Street
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Tel. 395-3212
South County Jewish Federation
336 Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Tel. 368-2737
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue
(corner Glades Road)
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Tel. 392-8566
WEST BOCA:
Temple Beth Shalom
Century Village West
Administration Building 2nd Floor
Tel. (mornings only) 483-5557
Tel. (after hours) 483-1595 (Sylvia)
DELRAY BEACH:
Temple Emeth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue
Delray Beach. Florida 33445
Tel. 498-3536
MAIL SALES
TO: South County Jewish Community Day School
414 N.W. 35th Street
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Enclosed is money order or check for $ __________
for______________tickets as indicated below.
______________Patron Seats $18.00 each
__________________General Admission-$5.00 each
Name
Address.
Make Checks Payable To:
South County Jewish Community Day School


Page 10 The Jewish Kloridian of South County Friday. February 22, 1985
In The Synagogues
And Temples ...
TEMPLE SINAI
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK OBSERVANCE
Brotherhood Week, the
national observance of interfaith
understanding, will be celebrated
at Temple Sinai. 2475 W.
Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach,
with a trialogue involving three
clergymen on Friday, Feb. 22, at
8:15p.m.
Rev. George Champion, pastor
of St. Paul's African Methodist
Episcopal Church of Delray
Beach, will join Rabbi Harold
Waintrup of Philadelphia and
Rabbi Samuel Silver in a pulpit
presentation which will replace
the sermon that night.
The trio will discuss the topic,
"How Fares Ecumenism?"
The church choir, led by
Joseph Baldwin III, will join the
temple musical ensemble,
directed by Mrs. Elaine Silver,
during the worship segment of
the event.
Christians who would like to
see what a Jewish worship
service is like are especially
welcome to attend the event.
Members of the congregation are
being asked to bring a non-
Jewish friend or neighbor to the
service.
Rabbi Waintrup is the spiritual
leader of Old York Road Temple
Beth-Am, Abingtoa, Pa.
The general public is cordially
invited.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
host the production of Salute to
America by the Rainbow Group
II on Sunday. Feb. 24 at the
temple, 2475 W. Atlantic Ave..
Delray at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
$5. Coffee and cake will be be
served. For tickets, please call
Ruth Rothstein 498-1340. The
Sisterhood will hold their next
meeting. Monday. Feb. 25. 12
noon at the temple. A musical
program will be rendered in
celebration of Jewish Music
Month. Collation will follow.
BETH SHALOM
PURIM PARTY
The temple is sponsoring a
Purim party and dance, Thur-
sday, March 7 in the party room,
Century Village West, Boca. A
delicious repast will be served
and the cost is $6 per person. For
reservations, please call the
temple 483-5557.
ANSHEI SHALOM CRUISE
Anshei Shalom Oriole Jewish
Center Sisterhood is sponsoring a
five-hour cruise and a luncheon at
Pal's Captain's Table, Thursday,
Feb. 28. The cost is $20. For more
Youth Aliyah Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow
Youth Aliyah began when 63
boys and girls all between the
ages of 15 and 17 were rescued
and brought to Palestine to
escape and survive the Nazi
Holocaust in Europe. Under the
direction of Recha Freier, the wife
of a Berlin rabbi, the children
arrived and were received by
Henrietta Szold. Youth Aliyah s
first director. Then began the
task of providing a secure
foundation on which to build
their future.
Bat Mitzvah
CYNTHIA BAUMANN
On Saturday, Feb. 23, Cynthia
Anne Baumann, daughter of
Linda and Arthur (Jim)
Baumann, will be called to the
Torah at Temple Beth El of Boca
Raton as a Bat Mitzvah. Cynthia
is a seventh grade student at The
. North Broward School and at-
tends the Temple Beth El
Religious School. Family
members sharing the the simcha
are her brother, Andrew and
grandparents, Helen and Max
Weiss of Delray Beach. Also
present will be Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Fishman of Long Beach, N.Y.,
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Cooper of
Livingston, N.J.. Sue and Ken
Sanders of Athens. Ga. and Lisa
Cooper of Boston. Mass.
Youth Aliyah has saved and
reshaped the lives of over 225,000
Jewish children from all over the
world. It is the devoted efforts of
Youth Aliyah that give dignity
and meaning to the rehabilitation
of these children when they arrive
so frightened and all alone.
Hadassah supports 315 Youth
Aliyah installations. They are
comprised of children's villages,
children's houses in Kibbutzim,
centers for teenagers and special
Cynthia Baumann
Cynthia was the winner of the
1984 Science and Art Fair. Mr.
and Mrs. Baumann will host a
Kiddush in Cynthia's honor
following Shabbat morning
services.
schools. The programs are varied
and fit the social and academic
needs of the individual. Today
many of Israel's teachers, far-
mers, industrial workers,
government and army leaders
and diplomats are Youth
Aliyah's graduates.
Today Hadassah is the
principal sponsor of Youth
Aliyah: its largest single
organizational contributor. The
need to continue this work is as
revelant today, with the
Ethiopian situation, as it was in
its inception. We must continue
to bring children who live under
impoverished and uneducated
conditions to Israel, and give
them the opportunity to develop
into productive adults. Hadassah
is extremely proud to continue its
affiliation with this important
enterprise.
Beautiful Youth Aliyah cer-
tificates are available for gifts of
$25. $50, $100 to $500, $365,
$720-Ima or-Abba portfolios,
$1,000 and upwards into the
major gifts. Let us continue our
efforts and help make our Youth
Aliyah Luncheon on Monday,
March 4 at the elegant Brook's
Restaurant a most memorable
affair. Make your reservations
early by calling Sylvia Z. Bender
395-2226.
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information and reservations,
please call 499-9252 or 499-4181.
BETH EL DISTINGUISHED
ARTISTS SERIES
Temple Beth El Distinguished
Artists Series will be held
Wednesday. March 6 at 8:15 p.m.
at the temple. 333 S.W. 4th Ave.,
Boca. Oxana Yablonskaya,
wt
pianist who presented
throughout the SovieTL
Eastern Bloc count^te
emigration in 1977 will*
The critics of this count*!
been unanimous in thK
of her exciting technique
are available at the iPU
calling the concert office?;
for further information '
SHABBAT, 2 ADAR, 5745
Candlelighting: 5:58 p.m. Shabbat ends: 7 fj7
The following, taken from Rabbi Arthur Chiefs "G JI
Sidrot and Haftarot," is presented as a service 6v tiT*
County Jewish Federation. y '
SIDRAH TERUMAH
The
Exodus 25-27.nl
Sidrah is concerned with the construction of the Sta-
tuary in the desert, Israel's first house of worship This S I
tuary was to be a portable one, in the form of a tent sothr
could be set up and taken apart by the Israelites in til
wanderings toward the Promised Land. It was in the s'haM f
rectangle 150 feet x 75 feet. In the western part of this ew!
area was set the Tabernacle. The rest of the space was fenced!*
by fine linen hung from pillars set in bronze bases In therm!
court, toward the front of the Tabernacle, was the aitar onwlK
were placed the burnt offerings. Between the altar and tl!
Tabernacle stood the bronze laver in which was the water for
Kohanim to wash their hands and feet before brinjrinE
sacrifices. w
The materials for the sanctuary were contributed as eifa 1
the people. The Sidrah points out that the Israelites gave for the
Sanctuary of their own free will.
HAFTARAH TERUMAH / Kings 52m I
The Haftarah is from the Book of Kings. It tells of tb
building of the first Temple in Jerusalem by King Solomon in
the tenth century B.C.E. Thirty thousand men of Israel wa,
involved in the building of Solomon's Temple. So large a numbs
of laborers were involved because, in addition to the buildin*
work done in Jerusalem, the lumber had to be cut down in the i
forests of Lebanon. The cedar and cypress trees, felled in tie
Lebanon mountain country, had to be brought down, then, to
the coast. Next, they were transported on rafts by sea to the
port of Jaffa. Finally, from Jaffa began the transport overland
again, up to Jerusalem. Altogether, it was a long process which
may have taken as long as twenty years.
The theme link between the Haftarah and the Sidrah is tie,
building of the Sanctuary of the wilderness and the buildingoi
the Temple of Jerusalem.
Religious Director*
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton. Florida 33432. Conservativt
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday*
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE
Mailing Address: 22130 Belmar No. 1101, Boca Raton, Florida
33433. Orthodox services held at Verde Elementary School
Cafeteria. 6590 Verde Trail, Boca, Saturday morning 9:30 am
For information regarding Friday, Sundown services Mind*
Maariv. call Rabbi Mark Dratch. Phone: 368-9047.
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 pm
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class5
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Services at Center for Group Counseling. 22445 Boca Rio Road,
Boca Raton. Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard Agler
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 10:15 am
Mailing address: 950 Glades Road. Suite 1C. Boca Raton, FL
33432. Phone 392-9982.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM OF WEST DELRAY
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative Services at Carteret Savings and Lo"
Association Office, West Atlantic Ave., corner Carter Road.
Delray Beach. Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat. Saturdays.I
a.m. and Kiddush. Edward Dorfman, President 498-2141
Office: 14600 Cun.to-land Drive, Delray Beach. Florida 33446,
Phone 495-0466.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton. Florida 33432. Reform
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Assistant M*
Gregory S. Marx. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services
at 8 p.m. Family Shabbat Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of eacn
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015. Boca Raton. FL 33434
Conservative. Located in Century Village. Boca. Daily Servic*
8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.. Sunjg
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Rabbi Donald David Crain. Phone: +N
oo5.. Joseph M Pollack. Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Delray Beach. Florida 33445. Conser-
vative Phone: 498-3536. Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd NaftalyA
Lmkovsky, Cantor. Sabbath Serivces: Fridav at 8 P"1"
Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5prn
TEMPLE SINAI
2475 West Atlantic Ave. 'Between Congress Ave. and Bar**
Road), Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Reform. Sabbath t-
Mrv>ces, Friday at 8:15 p.m. Sat.. 10 a.m. Rabbi Samuel w <
I resident Samuel Rothstein. phone 276-6161.
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./- a f f frn 0 "fw membership all combined. Harriet Berk, 499-6261.
Hj/UL V-4jHJ1j OC Mre than 300 persons, including _____
the mayors of the four towns
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Organization News .ffi'.resw&.'BS;
^HBB^^ Katon.
Profile: B'nai B'rith Women
Ruth Chapter No. 1684
Creed: Service Fidelity
Devotion TO ALL
IANITY.
bth Chapter No. 1684 of
B'rith Women received its
Jer in May. 1981. There were
harter members, mostly of
11 )elray Beach area. The
bership has grown since to
activities are many and
projects and functions, all
bupport of B'nai B'rith
ten's interests, to the service
hers. Some of these include:
Anti-Defamation League
B'nai B'rith Youth
ization (BBYO): Hillel;
's Home in Israel;
ition Stork, and more.
engage in fundraising
lions and participate in
unity affairs, making both
be and material donations
[as eyeglasses to the needy
Ddbaskets to the poor.
Our chapter is one of six which
make up the Integrity Council
No. 515. Our officers are:
President Rose Oppenheimer
(of Maryland): Administrative
vice president Yvette Goich-
man (New York); Recording
Secretary Jennie Karlin
(N.Y.); Treasurer Anne
Steinberg (N.Y.>; Corresponding
secretary Ruth Brodt and
Claire Kurtz (both N.Y.);
Program vice president Anne
Pastolove (N.Y.); Community
vice president Eva Kaufman
(N.J.); Membership vice
president Lilian Landberg
(N.Y.); Financial secretary
Judy Rosofsky (Illinois);
Fundraising vice president
Mildred Schwartz (N.Y.); ADL
chairwoman Sylvia Liederman
(N.Y.); Donor chairwoman
Mildred Forman (N.Y.); BBYO
chairwoman Bess Leitman;
Hillel chairwoman Helen
Gross.
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Ife/dman, (left) moderator, and a panel of B'nai B'rith Women
' officers field audience questions during "Outreach" program.
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The six chapters of the council
are: Boca Raton Chapter,
Boynton Beach Chapter,
Deerfield Beach Chapter, Genesis
Chapter of Boca Raton. Naomi
Chapter of Delray Beach and
Ruth Chapter of Delray Beach.
Julie Feldman. news an-
chorwoman from Channel 5,
guided the day's program
through presentations by a panel
of speakers on subjects ranging
from the history of the
organization, through
descriptions of the various
projects it sponsors and its in-
volvement in public affairs.
Other highlights of the
program included presentation of
certificates of appreciation to the
four mayors: William Konrad of
Boca Raton, Carl Zimmerman of
Boynton Beach, Jean Robb of
Deerfield Beach and Doak
Campbell of Delray Beach; a film
on aging Jews called "Number
Our Days," and a keynote speech
on membership by Harvey
Grossman, campaign director at
the South County Jewish
Federation.
At the end of the program 78
new members joined the
organization's ranks.
JWV
The Jewish War Veterans Post
266. Delray will hold their next
meeting Thursday. Feb. 28, 7
p.m. sharp at Congregation
Anshei Emuna, 16189 Carter
Road. Delray. This is an im-
portant meeting; second
nominations from the floor of
officers for the coming year will
take place; all members are urged
to attend.
BRANDEIS
Brandeis Women Trails
Chapter will sponsor a Great
Adventure bus trip Wednesday,
Feb. 27. They will tour Vizcaya
Museum and Gardens and
Coconut Grove Mayfair Shops.
Husbands and guests are
welcome. Donation, $15. For
further information please call
the mayors and guest
Mi at the "Outreach"
m of B'nai B'rith Women.
IA1 B'RITH WOMEN
REACH OUT
Integrity Council of B'nai
Women recently held a
v program called


"Outreach" an education day,
covering the various national and
Israel projects of the
organization, an orientation and
briefing on Jewish community
and women's affairs and drive for
PEACE OF MIND
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Nh and Comfort Sensitivity and Consideration
'Passion In your time of need We understand.
A Famtty Protection Ptan Cttapd
We honor all pre-need programs.
Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach. FL 33445
305-499-8000
Brandeis Women Century
Vilage Boca Chapter will hold
their next meeting on Tuesday,
March 5, 10 a.m. in the Com-
munity Room at Town Center.
There will be an art program and
a guest speaker. Refreshments
will be served.
NCJW
National Council of Jewish
Women Boca-Delray Chapter will
hold their next meeting on
Wednesday. Feb. 27. 8 p.m. at a
member's home. The meeting is
entitled: "Wendy. Ronald or
Mom The Choice for
Children." The meeting will
feature Joyce Wilkins. Director
of Clinical Nutrition at Boca
Raton Community Hospital, to
discuss the Challenge of feeding
your children nutritiously. A
short business meeting will
follow to elect officers for '85-'86.
For further information, call 368-
1256.
National Council of Jewish
Women South Point Section is
sponsoring an Annual National
Support (ANS) luncheon.
Wednesday, March 6, 11:30 a.m.
at Saint Tropez Restaurant, 7000
W. Camino Real, Boca Rato. This
(ANS) is an effort by volunteer
members of NCJW to raise funds
specifically to educate those in
need. For further information,
please call 368-1836.
PIONEER WOMEN
Pioneer Women Zipporah
Club, Delray will hold their next
meeting on Tuesday,Feb. 26 at 12
noon in the American Savings
Bank, W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
New members are welcome for
enrollment. Refreshments will be
served. For membership call 499-
1789.
ORT
Women's American ORT
Oriole Chapter Delray will hold
their next meeting Thursday,
Feb. 28 at 12:30 p.m. at the
American Savings Bank, W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. AH are
welcome to attend.
HADASSAH
Hadashah Boca Maariv
Chapter, Century Village West,
will sponsor an Oneg Shabbat at
Temple Beth Shalom, Friday,
March 1. All members are invited
to attend.
Community Calendar
February 25
Pioneer Women-Kinneret meeting, 12 noon; Temple Sinai Sisterhood
meeting, 12 noon; Community Day School and Jewish Community
Center Children's Book Author, 7 p.m.; Temple Beth Shalom
Sisterhood meeting, 10 a.m.; Zionist Organization of America Boca-
Delray meeting, 1 p.m.
February 26
Women's American ORT Delpointe meeting, 12:30 p.m.; American
Mizrachi Women AM IT meeting, 8 p.m.; Pioneer Women Zipporah
meeting, 12 noon
February 27
South County Jewish Federation Board meeting, 8 p.m.; National
Council Jewish Women Boca-Delray meeting, 8 p.m.; American
Friends of Tel Aviv University. Century Village, 7:30 p.m.
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February 28
Community Relations Council meeting at Federation office, 12:30
p.m.; Jewish War Veterans Post 266 meeting, 7 p.m.; Anshei Emuna
Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Temple Beth El Board meeting, 8
p.m.; Jewish War Veterans Snyder Tokson Post 459 Board meeting,
10 a.m.; B'nai B'rith Palm Greens Lodge meeting, 7:30 p.m.;
Women's American ORT Orioles meeting, 12:30 p.m.; B'nai B'rith
Genesis meeting, 12 noon
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