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hy is this Passover different?
lecause on all other Passovers, we've remembered the Exodus.
'his year, we celebrate with Jews who've lived it
A HAPPY PESACH to the Entire Jewish Community
from the SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH FEDERATION
and its agencies and services:
* Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
* Jewish Community Day School
* Jewish Family and Children's Service
* Jewish Community Foundation of South County
Jewish Floridian of South County
Community Relations Council
The Kosher Konnectlon
The South County Chaplaincy Service
Bnai Torah Cong.
Dedicates Land
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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County /Friday, April 5,1986
B'nai Torah Dedicates Land
For New Building
Congregation B'nai Torah
gathered on the shore of a lake at
the edge of a 10-acre plot last
week, to dedicate the land it had
just purchased for its new
synagogue building.
The dedication ceremony was
conducted by Rabbi Theodore
Feldman and Cantor Donald
Roberts, with president Sheldon
Jontiff addressing the more than
200 people who came to take part.
It was followed by a cocktail
reception at the Boca Pointe
Country Club, where the fund-
raising campaign was officially
launched.
Rabbi Feldman aptly pointed
out that while the land in Israel
which G-d gave his children was
holy to begin with, this land can
be made holy only according to
what the people do with it.
The 10 acres, located off S.W.
18th Street east of Power line
Road, cost the congregation
$700,000. The budding fund
campaign calls for $4 million of
which $1.2 million has already
been committed. The campaign is
coordinated by Carolyn Shapiro,
who is also membership chairman
for the synagogue. The .four
major co-chairmen for the
campaign are Milton Blank,
Elaine Ellish. Sheldon Jontiff
and Jeffrey Deutch.
Plans for the building call for a
40,000-square-foot complex,
which includes a sanctuary
seating 600, expandable into a
social hall to a capacity of 2,200;
a full catering facility kitchen; 10
classrooms; youth lounge;
library and offices. The plans
have been designed by award-
winning architect Jordan Miller
of Miller and Meier .and
Associates, Ft. Lauderdale.
(Miller designed the new
Broward Public Library.)
Serving as consultant for the
campaign is Hal Benowitz of
Part of the crowd at the dedication,
looking at the synagogue site.
Milton Hood, Ward and Co., Inc.,
of New York.
Congregation B'nai Torah,
presently located at Fourth Ave.
and Glades Road in Boca Raton,
was founded eight years ago, and
currently has a membership of
nearly 400 units.
Church's Pro-Israel Show
Gets Warm Reception
By MARTY ERANN
The reaction of some 1,500
spectators who saw the musical
"For Israel With Love'* at the
FAU Auditorium last week was
pretty uniform: they loved it.
This was quite a contrast with
the mixed expressions of
suspicion, curiosity and concern
prior to the show. For several
weeks after the billing was an-
nounced in The Floridian, the
Federation switchboard was
flooded with calls from people
wondering whv a church from
Fort Lauderdale was putting on
an "Israeli" show in South
County; and "Is this an
evangelical group, are they
trying to get Jewish converts
indirectly?" Many, of course
wanted to know if the Federation
was sponsoring the show, and if
so why, and there were even a few
who called just to verify that it
was a church which was putting
it on, and to say that in that case
it was not kosher .
Some of the controversy
around the Christian Right and
their stance of friendship to Jews
PUBLIX WISHES
YOU AMD
YOUR FAMIIY
A JOYOUS
mSSOVER
CELEBRATION.
May the Seder table find you full of the
happiness and hope this time-honored
festival inspires.
and Israel as Rev. Jerry
Falwell recently put it when
addressing Conservative Rabbis,
"whether you want it or not"
naturally will continue to rub off.
So whether "they want it or not"
the Good News Church, which
produces the show with, mostly,
its own members performing, will
have to contend with this issue.
However, Rev. Jim Croft of the
Good News Church explained the
church's motive in no uncertain
terms: there is no intention to
"reach" Jews for persuasion
the intent is exactly that which
was stated, to bless the Jewish
People and the State of Israel,
which these church members
love. A lay leader of the church,
Don Bohl, who founded an in-
terfaith organization called
Friends of Israel in America,
went further. His group, he said,
is happy to be part of the Judeo-
Christian ethic; without the
"Judeo" part of it, it would have
virtually nothing.
The Jewish people, he went on
Continued on Page 3-
Rabbi Feldman (right), 5?6*rts /* fefr President
dedicating the land for B'nai Sheldon Jontiff is m center. Thi
Torah's new synagogue. Cantor land is the tree area at top left.
ORT Community Forum
On Immigration
Congressman Dan Mica, Rabbi
Samuel Silver of Temple Sinai,
Dr. William Echols, minister of
Cason United Methodist Church
and a representative of the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service will be the speakers at a
Forum being held Thursday,
April 11. 7:30 p.m. at Florida
Atlantic University Center, Gold
Coast Room.
Free admission and public is
invited. This forum is sponsored
by the South Palm Beach Region
of Women's American ORT.'
Miriam Enright will chair tie]
panel; Sylvia Waldner is coor-1
dinator and chairperson of the
event.
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And Alicia Alalu
Happy Holidays
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Friday, April 5,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 3
feraeli Singer, Local Dance Expert, Among Yom-Ha'atzuaut 'Stars'
One of the highlights in the
varied program which will mark
the Israel Independence Day
celebrations this year will be the
Israeli music and singing per-
formed by Ya'acov Sassi. A local
resident for the past two years,
Sassi is a sabra, son of a cantor
from Herzliya, who is well known
and loved for his shows and
instruction in folk song and
dance.
Sassi has performed across the
U.S. and Canada in many Jewish
communities, and is a certified
folk dance instructor trained in
the famous Israeli folk-dance
school in Beersheba. He has
performed alongside top Israeli
singers such as Yehoram Gaon,
and has recently cut his own
album including both original
pieces and a variety of Israeli
favorite tunes.
Also, on the same program, our
own Ricki Fried will lead the
participants in Israeli dancing.
Ricki, who came to live in Boca in
1983. is a clinical social worker, to
whom Israeli dancing is an avid
avocation since childhood days.
She became involved in Israeli
dance groups in the JCC in Fort
Lauderdale, and later became an
instructor for the JCC and a
women's group. Ricki led men,
women and children in dancing at
the Yom Ha'atzmaut
celebrations at the FAU campus
last year, and is enthused at
being asked to do so again this
year.
The celebrations will take
| place at the Baer Jewish
Campus on Spanish River
Blvd. on Sunday, April 21,
from 11 a.m. to 3 pjn. The
varied program includes,
beside the entertainment,
everything from booths to
Warm Reception
Continued from Page 2-
I to say, have contributed im-
measurably to America and the
| world, as well as to Christianity,
jm every area of endeavor, and
even the Christian beliefs in
various prophecies are contingent
on the prophecies which Jews
believe in, and the revival of the
Jewish People in their homeland
I Israel. Bohl said he himself was
Iproud to own a home in
[Jerusalem, and urged the
audience to purchase Israel
[Bonds as they leave the
|theater .
t,llASB*t from two Israeli tunes
IIHalleluyah and Hinei Mah Tov)
W two numbers from Broadway
TkC(aLISrJSha,oin and ^e
aobath Prayer from "Fiddler"),
Pere were nine original numbers
, .mu8,c written by Rev. Jim
ftizia and performed by a 12-
P|ece orchestra under his
fWtIOn,_and ^ "** a*
ancers from the church. Rev.
IWhiff tht New Covenant
fcnJ 1$ the audience in
gjng Hmei Mah Tov, and
pcner guest performers included
pe mm one of the Billy
EflCkmgf8 ~ who Mn the
Jatikvah and performed several
gjjg and duets most
npress.vely (his Hebrew was
"Peccable), and Nedra Ross,
gj performed three outstanding
CfcL. nther outstanding
former was Jacqueline Brown,
C ?H Halkluyah with Joe
tliyah B 80l son ^od
Nfc 1 ,the singers, Judie
t,* *> you must go, you must
^DteafUdience waa constantly
Kriththe^'th;
b familiar l"tgmg 8Jong with
K Andth0ng9,and,.clappin
|andin hey ave the cast a
Vny ga0tvat!nattheend,with
lnat.,iaayifg behind to
Eer9 the Porformers and
and Eve Shalley, will be the
other featured entertainers.
As in past events of this sort
(where large crowds take part),
parking will be provided at the
FAU campus, with air-
conditioned luxury buses con-
tinuously transporting everyone
to and from the Baer Campus
a two-minute ride.
The community-wide
celebration is being sponsored by
the Federation's Community
Relations Council in cooperation
with the various constituent
organizations throughout the
community, and by the Levis
Jewish Community Center.
Ricki Fried (center} leading Israeli dancing at last year's event.
Singer Ya'acov Sassi
sports events, food and
games. Rita and Ira Shore
of Miami, and South
County's own Karen Weiss
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, April 5,1986
Federation/UJA Campaign '85 Update
(2nd Place left to right}: Norman I. Stone, Eugene Kressin, Donald
Peiser and Arthur Pachman.
Closest to Pin prize was won by Bernard Zeimmerman, Martin
Fierberg.
Boca Grove-Ocean Men Hold 1st Golf Tourney
The 48 men from Boca Grove recently enjoyed the event so
and from Ocean Blvd. who got mucn tnat ^V immediately
together for a golf tournament beg*0 to plan next year's
tourney.
Mayor Wald Will
Host October Mission
The following letter from
Mayor Yitzhak Wald of Kfar
Saba relates to the 1985 October
Mission which is currently being
planned.
Last year, South County had a
record participation, filling two
buses. It is anticipated that even
more people will take part in the
October Mission this year plan
to be among them .!
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Mr. Alan Bergman
South County Jewish Federation
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton. Florida 33431
Dear Alan,
We in Kfar Saba are quite ready and eager to host a delegation of
visitors from South County, and will do everything possible to make
the visit by members of your community a pleasant and memorable
one.
I have no doubt that hosting a mission from your community will
contribute greatly to strengthening the ties between yourselves and
the City of Kfar Saba as well as broadening personal acquaintance
between our residents.
Even though more than two months have passed since we visited
with you, we are still filled with the emotions and pleasant experience
of our visit to South County. These will remain with us for a long time
to come, and we look forward to reciprocate with visitors on the
mission you are planning.
Cord 1*1It.
Tit thai Wald,
Mayor
The event brought together
some old acquaintances and
friends, as well as people from the
two areas who had never met
before but all developed a
beautiful spirit of camaraderie
which is bound to carry on af-
terwards, according to the
organizers of the event.
Sidney A. Altman and Gary
Bernstein, who chaired the
tournament, said several people
expressed a desire to become
active in the Federation and in
the community throughout the
year, and many will volunteer for
next year's campaign. And given
more time to prepare next year's
event, both chairmen were
certain the number of par-
ticipants will be much larger.
The organizing committee for
the first annual golf tournament
included Baron Coleman. Lester
Entin, Ed Krause, Norman I.
Stone, Rudy Robinson. Ira
Sarasohn and Roy Sarasohn.
Participants appreciated the
golf windbreakers with the
Federation logo which every
player received they came into
good use as a chilly wind blew
that morning .
(Left to right): Marianne Bobick,
President South County Jewish
Federation; Gary Bernstein, Co-
chairman Boca Grove-Ocean Golf
Tournament. (Not pictured:
Sydney A. Altman, Cachairman
Boca Grove-Ocean Golf Tour-
nament.)
ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY
Volunteers Needed!
DATE: Sunday, April 21,1985
TIME: 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
PLACE: James & Marjorie Baer
Jewish Campus
336 NW Spanish River Blvd.
Come enjoy the fun and help to make
the day a success!
Call Geri Gellert at Federation
368-2737 for details
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Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
Boca Greens--Dinner
Goes Over Big
William Obletz, chairman of
the Boca Greens inaugural
Dinner Dance which was held
recently, summed it up best when
he said. "This first dinner dance
of ours surpassed our ex-
pectations. More people took part
than we had hoped for, and they
had a more enjoyable and
meaningful evening than even
they anticipated."
Comments by the 160 par-
ticipants were positive, and many
people said they were eagerly
looking forward to taking part in
next year's event, Obletz said. He
emphasized that the success was
due to many individuals who
contributed their time, effort and
money to ensure the evening's
success.
Jerome Gleekel, the guest
speaker, gave a stirring account
of current events in Israel and the
Middle East. He was preceded by
Marianne Bobick, president of
South County Jewish Federation,
who reviewed the rapid growth of
the local Jewish community,
described the services which are
being provided and the needs
which still exist to meet the
challenge of this growth.
(Left to right): Diana and William Obletz (chairmen, Boca Greens
Dinner-Dance); Jerome Gleekel, guest speaker; Marianne Bobick
Ipresident, South County Jewish Federation).
That which followed was. an
evening of fine dining, wining
and dancing, with a feeling of
warmth and togetherness that
grows as people genuinely have a
good time.
Stanley Horbar, campaign
coordinator for Boca Greens,
pointed to the involvement and
enthusiasm of the development's
homeowners as something special
and noteworthy, and the very
reason for the evening turning
out to be such a success. He
noted that more people attended
than the number of reservations
had indicated, and that many of
them were new to Federation
events or the campaign.
The campaign committee,
including those responsible for
the dinner-dance, included:
Diana and William Obletz,
chairmen, Inaugural Dinner
Dance: Cecil Henschel and Dr.
Stanley St ill man. co-chairmen.
1985 Boca Greens Campaign:
Mrs. Irving Kagan and Mrs.
Helen Shield. Dinner
arrangements co-chairmen; Mrs.
Abe Sadowsky, Entertainment
chairman; Mrs. Arthur Gold-
stein, Seating chairman; Mrs.
Phyllis Rothstein, Decorations
chairman: Mr. Max Hoffman and
Mr. Reuben Katz, treasurers;
Mr. Stanley Horbar, Campaign
coordinator.
The Committee:
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Barry Berger, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Edelschick, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Ehrlich, Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Goldstein, Mr. and
(Left to right): William Obletz, chairman Boca Greens Dinner-Dance;
Cecil Henschel, co-chairman Boca Greens Campaign; Dr. Stanley
Stillman, co-chairman Boca Greens Campaign; Jerome Gleekel, guest
speaker; and Stanley Horbar, campaign coordinator.
Mrs. Cecil Henschel, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Horbar, Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Kagan, Mr. and Mrs.
Harris Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Katz, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Langsam, Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvan Little, Mr. and Mrs.
William Obletz, Dr. and Mrs.
Ralph Parker, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Rothstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Sadowsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Savino, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Schuck. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Shear, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Shield, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Silverstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Stillman, Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Stillman.
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday. April 6,1986
UPER "THANK YOU" for the
UPER PEOPLE who made
UPER
UNDAYa
UPER
UCCESSM
Thanks to the thousands who answered the call and helped make South County a proud
Jewish community and to the organizations and individuals who made the calls and helped
in all the other tasks:
ORGANIZATIONS:
AckXph and Rose Levls Jewish Community Center
B'nal B'rith Jacob Lodge
B'nai B'ritti Naomi Chapter
B'nal B'rlth Palm Greens Lodge No. 3144
B'nai B'rlth Pines of Delray North
B'nal Torah Congregation
Brandeis National Women's Committee Delray Beach
Congregation Anshei Emuna Sisterhood
Free Sons of Israel
Hadassah Menachem Begin Chapter
Hadassah Sabra Chapter
Hadassah Ben-Gurion Chapter
Jewish Day School
Jewish Family and Children's Service
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary No. 266
National Council of Jewish Women
Pioneer Women Beersheba Club
South County Jewish Federation
Temple Emeth
Temple Sinai
Women's American ORT Delray Beach Chapter
Women's American ORT Palm West Chapter
Women's American ORT Oriole Chapter
Women's League for Israel Mitxvah Chapter
VOLUNTEERS:
Mildred B. Adolph
Barbara Allen
Morris Anapolsky
Sylvia Anapolsky
Sidney Atkln
Sylvia August
Charles Augustus
Sara Auslander
Goldie Baker
Gertrude Bamett
Robert Bamett
Selma Barnett
Vera Beiinfante
Tamar Ben Ami
Anne Benger
Harold Berger
Dr. Arnold Berliner
Esther Berner
Gary Bernstein
Jack Bernstein
Ell Bern:
Roslyn Bernz
Ann C Binder
Steven Blinder
Lillian Bloom
Robin Bralow
Dorothy Brand
Bess Breec her
Morris Breecher
Elaine Breslof
Edward Brown
Jack Brown
Lillian Brown
Rose Brown
Renee Brown
Renee Brownstein
MildedM.Brunschwfg
Doris Cantor
Alvln Chase
Dorothy Chasen
Henry Chasen
Eva Chervln
Al Cigman
Charlotte Cigman
Sherry dayman
Beth Cohen
Douglas Cohen
Marion Cohen
Maivma Colbert
Wlleen Coyne
Joseph Dear
Rhoda Denney
Baron Detnlck
Shirley Dewitt
Robert Diamond
isedoreDordick
Lucille Dordlck
Pearl Dorf man
Dorothy Dorogusker
EnldDubin
LeonaElsenstein
Helen Eisler
Leonard EHenberg
The!ma Ellenberg
Milton Engel
Selma Engel
Aoele K Engelson
Marion Engle
Shirley Ettlnger
Doris Falikman
Helm Falikman
Ben Feiner
Julius Felnsteln
Nancy Feldman
Ida Feldman
Dena Feldman
Robert Fels
Isabella Fink
Stanleys. Flshbeln
Roy Fisher
Anne Fieischman
Martin Fieischman
Selma Forman
Shirley Fraiilnl
Nell Fried
Paul Friedman
Bea Friedman
Lillian Gaeser
Rebecca Gandeiman
Spencer Gellert
JackGeringer
Roslyn Gerlnger
Seymour Ghen
Frances Gluck
Lillian Glueckman
Emanuel Goldberg
Moe Goldberg
Barbara Goldman
Jean Goldman
Murray Goldman
Irving Goldstein
Ruth Goldstein
Ed Goldstein
Mildred Goldstein
Gaspar Gonzalez
Annette Gordon
Manny Gordon
Florence Gould
Joseph Greenberg
Edward Gross
Leonard Grossman
William Gruner
Elsie Habacht
Jack Habacht
Barry Halperin
Edward Hans Kitchen
Eva Herman
Nathan Herman
Harriet Herskovltz
Alice Hess
Milton Hess
Bill Hllburg
Rosetta Hllburg
Bea Horn
ArlynHutt
Edith Jernow
Jerry Jernow
Debra Jerome
Jeffrey Jerome
Eleanor Jontlff
Sheldon Jontiff
Irving Jorr itch
Barbara Jospey
isadoreH.Kadcs
Frances Kahn
Marcus Kahn
Marcia Kamstock
Regina Kananack
Hannah Kane
Hanna Kantor
Yena Karp
AlKetl
Anita Katz
Sidney S. Katz
Shep Kaufman
Harold Kaye
Jeanette Keldan
Ruth Keiger
Betty Kelman
Edle Kerr
Mrs. Irving Kestenbaum
Irving Kestenbaum
JackKllstein
Martin Kirsch
Sylvia Kirsch
Dorothy Kirschner
TessKlelman
Leonard Klein
Beatrice Kleiner
Darryl B. Kogan
Frank Kosky
Matilda Kosky
Libby Kotaska
Pearl Kovesdy
Estelle Krasno
Nathan Krasno
Ruth Krawetz
Ethel Kretsky
Selma Krlsberg
Hyman Krlsberg
Lillian Kronhelm
Lillian Kronovet
Helen Kupferberg
Sarah Lands
Florence Lax
Frank Lax
Helen Lszsr
Elizabeth Lefkovits
Marianne Lesser
Max Levin
Eugene Levine
LeonLevlne
Rochelle Levy
Sue Levy
Rudy Lidsky
Miriam Lieberman
Joy London
Murray Lowsnbraun
AnneLowinger
Burt Lowllcht
Sidney Lowlicht
Arthur Lucker
Gerl Lucker
Belle Lupa
Meyer Lutzker
DenaMan
Erwin Mann
Frieda Markowitz
Harold Msrkowltz
Rabbi Gregory Marx
Howard Matzkin
Sylvia Matzkin
Steven Melcer
CeliaMelcher
Harry Melcher
Gerl Mercadante
Harold Merkelson
Pearl Merkelson
Lilly Metsch
Harriet Milman
Jonathan Mlttleman
Morris W.Morris
Mrs. Morris
SolMoskowltz
Andrea Mossovitz
Cells Oberhand
Emanuel Oberhand
Esther Omansky
JoanOneill
Larry Oneill
Rose D. Oppenhelmer
Al Ostrick
David PerIberg
Helen Perlberg
Dorothy Perslco
Nick Persico
Phil Piotkin
Samuel Pod or
Anne Pollack
Rabbi Joseph Pollack
Dorothy Poilinger
Alice Popek
Mortis Prlmack
Eleanor Rabin
Gail Rablnovitch
Claire Rablnowe
Harry Rablnowe
Mae Redo
Helen Redstone
AIReiss
irma Revesman
Stanley Revesman
Craig Rlchman
Mel Rlchman
Elaine W. Roberts
Marianne Roberts
Sylvia Rogers
Edythe Rosen
Mildred Rosen
Sidney Rosen
Rae Rosenberg
Laura Rosenberg
Bertha Rosenfield
Diana Rothman
Bessie Rothschild
Eleanor Rothstein
Milton Sacks
Frances Sacks
Irene Schaffer
Sam Schaffer
Les Scheinfeld
Jewel Scheller
Rose Ann Schikler
Estelle Schindler
Herman Schindler
Sybil Schlnfeld
Marilyn Schlesser
Claire Schneider
Elsie Schreier
Morris Schreler
BerniceSchrlber
Bea Schwartz
Fay Seller
Isadora Seller
Marian Shalley
Ann Shapiro
RiaShenker
David Sheriff
Marsha Sheriff
Herman Shulman
Shirley Shulman
Betty Siegei
Dorothy Siegei
Esther Siegei
Joseph Siegei
Dr. S. Siegei
Miriam Spiegel
Bess Strong
Barbara Stein
Marlon Steinberg
Barry Stephen
Sara Stone
Lillian Swlers
Irving Taxel
Judy Taxel
Edna Tear
Dr. Morris Tear
Leah Temor
Edith Thai
Frances Thorn
Selma Traum
Frank Vogel
Ella wald
Herman Wald
Fran Waterman
Estelle Weinberger
Henry Weinberger
Nate We I ner
Sylvia Welner
RuttiWelnlngtr
Mayer Weinshank
Gladys Welnshank
Daniel Welnstein
Jerry Welnstein
Jean Welnstein
Mary S. Weiss
Bertram Welssman
JackWertlieb
Stacey Whltetnan
Car rye winner
Sylvia Wolf
Jerry Wolf
JackWurtzel
Milton Wurztoerg
JackYoffe
JakeYospin
Susan Zeev
Special Thanks to the OFF-BROADWAY RESTAURANT of Boca Raton's Village
supplying the coffee for Super Sunday, just as they have for the past few years.
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T

101NDffPENDf NCE BAY AND THE BEST NOME
VALUE FOR NEW FAMILIES IN THE BOCA RATON AREA.
"Babies need lots and
lots of growing room. And at
Independence Bay, we found all
the spread-out space our family
needed. Plus a great view of the
water on the biggest lake in
Broward County!"says Elaine
and William Curran with new
baby Christine who moved from
Ft. Lauderdale.
of space for entertaining friends
and their kids, yet it's so easy to
care for.
The classic Mediterranean
styling and the bold Spanish "S"
County for recreational fun of
all kinds.
Having a lake fee swimming
and boating right in our backyard
is just incredible. And there's so
much more to enjoy right in Inde-
pendence Bay, like tennis and
fishing. The Liberty Club with a
Raton are just a few minutes away.
I I I
And a lifestyle we wouldn't trade
anything for.
Villas, garden, patio homes
and midrise apartments afford-
ably priced from the mid $50%.
Waterfront Patio Homes, priced
from just $96,900.
Villas, garden, patio homes
and mid-rises priced from the
mid$50s.
Our new home has loads
Waterfront Garden Homes,
priced from just $54,900.
tile roof... the private courtyard
entry, large screened balcony and
garden patio, huge living room
with wall to wall carpeting and a
vaulted ceiling... the gourmet
kitchen... and a wonderful
master bedroom are but a few
of the reasons why we chose
Independence Bay.
The biggest lake in Broward
Waterfront Villa Homes, priced
from just $68,900.
great pool, whirlpool and sauna.
And, little Christine is going to
enjoy spending time playing on
the white sand beaches.
Plus the great restau-
rants, shopping and
entertainment of Boca
The Liberty Club, your private
multi-million dollar recreation
complex.
Its a great place to raise a
family.
We made the move to
Independence Bay and weVe
more thrilled
each and every
day. We got
just the right
home for
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PROGRAM MIOHUOHT8
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Stimulating Workshops
American-Israeli PoWcsl Scene
Campaign
Leadership Roles
Community Development
Middle East Update
Special Programming lor Children
Festive Singing and Dancing
LINDA HOFFMAN
YWL Cabinet Co-Chairman
ROBERT C. MALAND MEL PEARLMAN
YL Cabinet CJF Leadership
Co-Chairman Development
Co-Chairman
Sponsored by:
United Jewish Appeal
Council ot Jewish Federations
Florida Association of Jewish Federations
1^1 \IU>4IIIO\
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The plaque and 1981-84 medallions of the Prime Minister's Club.
Prime Minister's Club
Inaugural Dinner Set
Ft. Lauderdale Sarasota/Manatee
Jacksonville South Broward
Miami South County
Orlando Tampa
Palm beach Volusia/Flagler
Pinellas
TAKE THE LEAD...
You Are Invited to Attend
The
UJA Florida Regional
Young Leadership Retreat
DOR HADASH
"A New Generation"
Friday, May 3 Sunday, May 5,1985
at
Grenelete Resort
Luxury Tennis and Golf Facility
Haines City, Florida
Featuring
IRVING "YITZ" QREENBERG
Director, National Jewish Resource Center
and
HON. THOMAS HARKIN
United States Senator/
Democrat Iowa
Please R.S.V.P. by calling
Dr. R. Fishman, 368-2737
The inaugural celebration of
the Prime Minister Club of Israel
Bonds in South County will be
held at a dinner hosted by
Eleanor and Leonard Weisenberg
at their home in Del-Aire on
Sunday, April 21.
At the dinner, presentations
will be made to Leo Allen, The
Altshul Foundation represented
by Gerald Rothstein. James
Baer, Henry Brenner, George
Colin, Yalta Dogan and Sam
Fox.
The Prime Minister's Club is
an honor society of Israel Bonds,
whose members purchase $25,000
or more in Israel Bonds each
year. PMC chapters were
established in Jewish com-
munities everywhere shortly
after the Yom Kippur War in
1973, when Israel desperately
needed funds for reconstruction
and development. Since then, the
PMC has become a major factor
in Israel Bonds campaigns.
Many PMC members have re-
enrolled annually and have in-
creased their subscriptions, thus
ensuring Israel of consistent and
dedicated supporters who can be
counted on in her annual
economic planning.
Founded under sponsorship of
the late Premier Golda Meir, the
Prime Minister's Club continued
under the patronage of Premiers
Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem
Begin, Yitzhak Shamir and more
recently Premier Shimon Peres.
The State of Israel and the
Bonds Organization express their
gratitude to members of this
honor society through a number
of honors and privileges. As a
symbol of their leading role in
Israel's economic development,
members are presented with a
distinctive plaque, designed by
the noted artist Nissan Engel.
Each year the membership is
renewed, a medallion with a
symbol of one aspect of Israel's
economy is presented to the PMC
member to add to the plaque.
From 1981 to 1984, these
medallions have included the
symbols of Solar Energy, High
Technology, Aircraft Industry
and Agriculture. Members also
receive a gold lapel pin bearing
that year's symbol.
Also honored at the inaugural
dinner at the Weisenbergs will be
Martin Grossman, Irving
Goldstein, Daniel Jesser, Adolph
Komer, William Konar, Oscar
Kosh, William Lester, Abner
Levine, Charles Rubinstein,
Leonard Weisenberg, Selma
Edlavitch and Morris Yofe, all of
whom participated as Prime
Minister's Club members in 1984.
Abner Levine, who chairs the
PMC in South County, is
Continued on Page 14-A
where shopping is a pleasure 7 days a week
Available at Pubttx Start* with
Fresh Danish Bakeries Only.
Plain or with Caraway Seeds
.
Available at PubHx Stores with
Fresh Danish Bakeries Only.
Filled and Decorated
Small
Easter Eggs
Available at Publlx Stores with
Fresh Danish Bakeries Only.
Plain
Sponge Cake
$149
each
(With Nuts......each $1.79)
Available at All PuWix Stores
and Danish Bakeries.
Hot Cross Buns.........6 $159
Danish Pecan Ring.......each$ 1"
For Breakfast or snacks
Bran Muffins..............6 tor 99*
Decorated for the Holiday
Easter Cup Cakes.....6 f0r $ 189
Prices Effective
April 4th thru April 10th. 1985
Quantity Rights Reserved
Available at Publlx Stores with Fresh
Danish Bakeries Only.
Easter Bread................"Kf $189
Plain
Honey Cake..................eaCh$169
Coconut Macaroons.....ach 25*
Old Fashion Quality
Croissants...
each
7-inch
size
49c
$398
Easter Basket Cake.
Large Double
Easter Egg...................each$1198
Any Child's Delight
Easter Bunny Cake......each M50
For the family dinner
Potato Rolls.............12 tor 79*
Small Oval
Easter Basket...............***!29
Publix Stores will
be open Easter Sunday
April 7th from
8:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.


Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 9
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ruge iu xne Jewish t londian of South County / Friday, April 5,1985
:
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THE APOLPH and ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
HAPPENINGS
An Agency of the South County Jewish Federation
JCC SPRING SCHEDULE
NOW AVAILABLE
The Adolph and Rose Levis
Jewish Community Center's
Spring Schedule is now available
for activities and courses which
begin the week of April 15.
The JCC offers programs for
everyone from 1 to 91 in the
Health, Recreational, Social and
Educational fields.
The Center has also extended
its pool hours and programs for
Spring and Summer. The pool
hours for members will be
Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Mondays
and Wednesdays 1 to 3 p.m. and
5:30 to 7 p.m.; and Tuesdays and
Thursdays 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
(closed Fridays and Saturdays)
In addition to pool programs
such as open swim, lap swim-
ming, and diving, the Center
offers two separate Aquacize
Water Exercise Courses for
adults and a Gym and Swim class
for Mom and Toddler.
The JCC programs; Toddler
Shabbat Fun Shops to Prime
Timers Quilting; Hebrew Ulpan
Classes to Chinese Kosher
Cooking Summer Day Camp
Programs; Computer Camp .
and much, much more!!!
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.
6100 Glades Road
Town Executive Center
Suite 101
Boca Raton, FL 33434
305/487-7010
National Watts 800/327-3352
FL Watts 800/432-0447
"Serving Your Account Personally'
W)l Merrill Lynch
Richard E. Fishman, CFP
Vice President

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in these Golf Course Communities.
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You may qualify for one or ALL discounts!
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We give quotes by phone!
CalL 395-5546 for more in-
formation about Spring and
Summer Programs at the JCC, or
stop in at 336 NW Spanish River
Blvd. in Boca Raton.
CAMP MACCABEE
TODDLER PROGRAM
FILLED UP
The Camp Maccabee summer
program for toddlers aged two to
four has been fully subscribed
and registration has closed,
according to camp director David
Sheriff.
"The response has been
marvelous people have really
responded both to the facilities
offered, as well as the program we
have mapped out," he said.
Sheriff said he regretted that
some people might have to be
turned down because of the full
registration but he was proud
of the rapid response.
The elementary school age'
division is also filling up quickly,
Sheriff pointed out, and there is a
strong enrollment in the 10-12
age group. The computer camp is
already half full, and is expected
to be filled early in May. "We
have a great program and an
excellent staff, which is bound to
add up to the greatest summer
Camp Maccabee has ever had
if you are considering sending
your child, remember that a
waiting list is no substitute for a
summer of fun for the children."
Therefore, suggests Sheriff, do
not wait too long before
registering your child.
The program will be based at
the Baer Jewish Campus, where
the Levis JCC is located.
"HUMOR OF THE SHTETL"
The Levis JCC will hold a
course titled "Humor of the
Shtetl." The major emphasis of
the class will be on the short
stories, monologues and
dialogues of Shalom Aleichem,
the "Jewish Mark Twain.'" The
readings will be in English yet
interspersed with the Yiddish
text. Class will meet Wed-
nesdays, April 17-May 22, 10
a.m.-12 noon. Cost for members
is $16, non-members $24. The
deadline for registration is April
10. For more information, call the
Center 395-5546.
FILM SERIES
"Lies my Father Told Me,"
English speaking. Starring Yossi
Yadin, Jeffrey Lynas, Len
Birman. Sunday, April 14, at 3
p.m. (Early Bird) and at 7 p.m.
Cost $3 at the door.
DUPLICATED BRIDGE
AND NOVICE
DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Duplicate Bridge and Novice
Duplicate Bridge will continue
every Thursday at 1 p.m. until
May 30. Refreshments will be
served. Cost to memebrs Si.50
and non-members $2.
A DAY AT THE BEACH
For Singles 21-39 Sunday
April 14 at noon Meet across
from Boston's located in Delray
Beach (A1A South of Atlantic
Ave.) Bring your own food and
drinks.
Does 3 Days on the West
Coast Sound Appealing???
The Prime Tuners Committee!
of the Levis JCC will sponsor a
three-day, two-night trip to
Florida's beautiful West Coast.
Trip includes Roundtrip
Motorcoach Transportation from
the JCC, Super Deluxe Hotel
accommodations for two nights,
two full course Breakfasts and
two full course Dinners. You will
tour points of interest and beauty
from Tampa to Captiva Island.
Date: Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, July 31, Aug. 1 and
2. Cost: $150 per person.
Reserve your space today!
Registration Deadline: June 7
. For more information call
395-5546. (Contact Person: Bobbi
Goldman)
FounderS
PLAQUE
Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center
FOUNDING MEMBERS 1984-85
|Mr. and Mrs. Max Alperin
PMr. and Mrs. Sydney Altman
Anonymous
|Mr. and Mrs. James Baer
[Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Bagus
IMr. and Mrs. Gary Bernstein
JMr. and Mrs. Harold Blshlns
[Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bobick
[Mr and Mrs. Henry Brenner
Dr. and Mrs. Israel Bruk
leapt, and Mrs. Robert Byrnes
IDr. and Mrs. Larrry Charme
JMs. Etta Dogan
7Dr. and Mrs. Karl Enselberg
|Mr. and Mrs. Lester Entln
Ar. and Mrs. Sol Fler
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fishman
Florence Fuller
|Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gimelstob
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Drs. Uryand
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Jonathan Greene
Barry Halperin
H. B. Hendler
Robert Judelson
Arnold Kagen
Dalia Kalal
Peter Kamins
Shep Kaufman
Gary Lebbin
William Lester
Abner Levine
Richard Levy
Dr and Mrs. Steven Lltinsky
Your name
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Marcus]
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moser
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mufson
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peiser
Dr. Ronald Rubin
Mr anf Mrs. Roy N. Sarasohn
Mrs. Berenice Schankerman
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schwartz
Gertrude Seeman
Mr. and Mrs. Manny Seideman
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Squires
Mr. and Mrs. David Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Norman I. Stone
Temple Beth El
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer Welnshank ]
Mrs. Ben Wetchler
Mr. and Mrs. Frank White
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Whitehill
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zinman
Found*! m of 3/5
The Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community
Center is an important agency of our total Jewish
Community and the South County Jewish Federa-
tion. We serve all ages of our population, however,
the growing demands for expanded programs and
services are far exceeding our ability to finance
them. By becoming a Founding Member of the Adolph
and Rose Levis Jewish Community Center you assist
in keeping the Center's fees within the reach of
everyone.
"Our steps for today are your future for tomorrow."
Make a minimum contribution of $1,000.00 before
April 30, 1985 and your name will be forever
inscribed on the Jewish Community Center's
Founder's Plaque.
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Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 11
. 9
!*.:
The Secretary of the Treasury
0f the U.S. is the Jew Morgen-
^u, Jr., related to the big
sharks of International Finance.
All the Jewish attributes are
included in this dollar; The Eagle
of Israel, the triangle, the Eye of
je-hovah, and the 13 letters of
the currency stars of the
Aureole arrows olive branch
steps of the unfinished
pyramid. This money is surely
Jewish! This dollar paid for the
Jewish War. The only message
that the Anglo-Americans are in
a position to send us is: will it
suffice to compensate us for the
suffering that a Jewish war will
bring us? Money has no odor .
but the Jew does!" (In the Star of
David, it says, "This dollar is of
no value unless signed,
Morgenthau.")
U Miniitr. du Tretor dt EtaH-Unis t I* Juif MORGENTHAU junior,
apparent* aui grand, raquiru da la Finance international..
Tmmm / Hrlkut. lull, tgur.nl mmr dall.r f
L'Aigla d'liraal jfl^^ leMre. de le Devie--------------------
'm W eh>ik*t da I'Aureole ____________
La Triangle .1 1., II ^Lflechee_______________________
L'CEil de Jehov.r, Ivl
|ramaaui d'oliviar-------------------------
marches da la Pyramid* InecHevee
CET ARGENT EST BIEM JUIF!
CE HUM k >ITt U jjCHE JIIIE
Sul message qua las Anglo-Amtricains son* n efat de nous adrester,
surfira-til a nous dedommager dos maihurs qua nous veut
-------------- LA GUERRE JUIVET ---------------
L'Argent n'a pas d'odtur...
MAIS Lt JUIF EN A UNEI
Holocaust Memorial Day Yom Hasho'ah Apr. 18
When Jews throughout the
rid and those of the South
nty community mark Yom
uho'ah (Holocaust Memorial
on April 18, it will be
_dst the many contemporary
ves being made concerning the
llocaust:
sident Reagan's position on
|iting or refraining from
(iting Dachau; the renewed,
|l-publicized efforts to find and
prehend the notorious
pngele; the conviction in
ada of a neo-Nazi for at-
npting to rewrite history by
, ing the Holocaust never took
ce; legislation in West Ger-
ny making it illegal to ad-
tate the new 'big lie' denying
Holocaust; and the growing
orts on the part of Jewish
imunities everywhere to
nmemorate the Holocaust by
11 ab 11 s h i ng museums,
arials libraries and so on.
Vpart from the community-
He mass memorial event, which
1 take place at the Baer Jewish
mpus (7:30 p.m., Thursday,
Inl 18), many groups will
nemorate the six million
vs who perished at their own
vices or ceremonies, either
ping their regularly scheduled
stings that week, or in
cially scheduled events.
Noteworthy among these is the
Hip of Holocaust Survivors at
piry Village in Boca Raton.
p group has a membership of
be 250, most of whom are
vivors, who need no reminders
phey remember the Holocaust
day of their lives. In fact,
of their activities, during
[rest of the year, are geared to
Ping ach other enjoy life in a
ial atmosphere almost as
ugh they were making an
>rt NOT to remember; or, at
It. to live a full, normal lift
T>'te the memories .
few weeks ago, the sur-
p group held such a social
ft. with singing and dancing,
| entertainment provided by
Pbers of the group and their
temporaries a nostalgic
*y of Yiddish and Hebrew
[s and music which they
wr from the days before
Holocaust. Now, however,
[group ,s preparing for a
onaJ ceremony, which, to
***** of the most serious
I0' the year.
^nsight into one aspect of
(wcanst the Nazi anti-
anti-American
ganda carried on in France,
from an interesting

f the Holocaust
0rs group entertaining at
' Village
document provided by Arthur when relocating to Florida. At
Jaffe, director of the Jewish first glance, the paper looks
Community Foundation. He almost like an authentic dollar
came across it while serving in bill; only on closer look one sees
the U.S. Army during World War it is actually folded over, with the
II, and mailed it to his parents in illustrated text on the inside, and
Pennsylvania; then forgot about the copy of the dollar bill on the
it until he came across it again outside faces .
Members of the executive committee of the Holocaust Survivors (left
to right), John Nachtigal, Jacob Nowygrod, Fay Perlis, Joseph
Marton, Leona SUverman, Sidney Wasserman, Max Pomes, Joseph
Fastman.
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age 12 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, April 5,1986
Chai-Lights
of die
Jewish Community Day School
An oncy of th South County Jewish Federation
Scholarship Ball Set
For Boca Pointe, Apr. 14
The first annual Scholarship
Ball for the Jewish Community-
Day School promises to be a
great success, according to its
chairman Ed Bobick.
The ball will take place on
Sunday. April 14. at 7 p.m. at the
Boca Pointe Country Club. A
$500 gift to the school's
scholarship fund is required for
attendance, and includes the
couvert per couple.
Chairman for multiple
scholarships is Michael (Mickey)
Taines. the ball is being held
under the patronage of Anne and
Henry Brenner. honorary
chairmen.
Taines pointed out that as the
number of students in the Day
School increases more than
230 are expected to be enrolled
for 1985-86 the need for
scholarships does as well. Some
one third of the students at the
school receive tuition scholar-
ships to one extent or another.
For reservations or additional
information, call Robin Bralow.
395-3521.
Sea Adventure
Ed Bobick
Scholarship Ball chairman
Earlier this month 18 students
from Charles Augustus' fifth.
sixth, and seventh grade classes
embarked on a sea adventure.
Their destination was the
Newfound Harbor Institute
Iseacamp) in the lower Florida
Keys. The Institute is an
educational field center
surrounded by a wealth of ex-
traordinary natural environment.
At camp, students were given
instruction in the proper use of
snorkeling equipment, marine
safety and swimming. The
students snorkeled over the coral
reefs and rich shallow bays. They
hiked through mangrove and
waded on shorelines teeming with
marine life.
The tanned students returned
to the Day School with a dynamic
learning experience and a wealth
of information to share with
parents and friends. Teacher Gail
Rabinovitch also accompanied
the students on this exciting
adventure.
Michael (Mickey) Taines
Multiple Scholarships chairman

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A Rabbi Comments
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readers by the South County
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are topics you would like our
Rabbis to discuss, please submit
them to The Floridian.
Rabbi Gregory- S. Marx
By RABBI
GREGORY S.MARX
Assistant Rabbi
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
As long as there is oppression in our world, Jews will celebrate
the Passover seder. They wul celebrate it in every corner of this
globe. The Passover seder is not an intellectual exercise when
Jews sit around and philosophize about the meaning of freedom
or the importance of our pursuit thereof. It is a time when we
experience slavery and freedom. We taste the salt water to
remind ourselves of the tears. We eat the bitter herbs to remind
ourselves of the bitterness of slavery. We eat the charoses to
remind ourselves of the mortar that Jews made in Egypt. We do
this because the experience is more lasting on the psyche than
the discussion of the intellectual concept. When we feel slavery
with our bodies at the seder, its impression is more lasting. With
that impression, we might be more motivated to work to end
oppression wherever it might be.
There is a story told about a shoemaker's wife who gave birth
to a child on a terribly cold night in winter. The shoemaker was a
very poor man and did not have one penny left with which to
buy food or fuel to heat the stove, so he ran to the Rabbi of the
town. The shoemaker poured out his story of great need. The
Rabbi said to him, "I am poor myself and cannot help you. Let
us go to one of the wealthy men of our village and we'll see if he
can do something for you." So both of them went to a beautiful
home of a wealthy man in town and knocked at his door. "Who's
there?" cried the rich man. He was lying in bed fast asleep when
they knocked at his door in the dead of night. "It's me, the
Rabbi." The man arose, got dressed very fast and opened the
door. "Come in, Rabbi, come right in," he said courteously.
"No," said the Rabbi. "Let's talk right here." "Why talk here?"
asked the rich man. "It's terribly cold outside and I'm
shivering." "I don't want to waste time coming inside, "said the
Rabbi, "because what we have to talk about is very urgent."
"At least close the door," cried the rich man. "This cold is more
than I can stand." But the Rabbi started to tell stories from the
Bible and from the Torah and about the virtues of helping the
poor. He spoke of Abraham and his three guests. He spoke of
the words of Isaiah. He spoke about the teachings of the
prophets, the great Rabbis of the Talmud and the Midrash. He
kept talking, quoting and lecturing for a long time. "Get to the
point, Rabbi," cried the rich man. "I'm dying of the cold." So
the Rabbi finally said to him, "That is the point. Your door is
open only a few minutes and already you are dying of the cold.
And now look at this poor man here. Hia wife has just given
birth, he has no fuel to heat the house, and his children are
starving. See how much worse off he is than you. And yet you
cannot suffer for a few minutes what he endures all of his life."
So the rich man gave the poor shoemaker a large sum of money.
The Rabbi and the shoemaker returned home, happy that
something had been accomplished for someone in need. The
wealthy man slept better that night in the knowledge that he
had eased another person's plight. Once the wealthy man had
experienced the coldness of winter, he was more willing to give
to the poor shoemaker.
Once we taste the bitterness of slavery at our Passover seder,
may we be more willing and more dedicated in our efforts to end
oppression wherever it might be.
Chag Same'ach.
Israel Bonds
Advisory
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devoting much effort to
educating people
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munity about the various Bonds Organization. Additk*
competitive instruments information may be obtaiJu
available now from the Israel calling 368-9221. mK
Seated Sam Lovit. Standing (left to right).
Sidney Antman, Claire Antman, Zach Ephraim,
Marge Ephraim, Hannie Schachman and Be
Schachman.
Bonds' Golf Event Held At Boca Teeca
Israel Bonds recently held its
first annual Golf Outing at the
Boca Teeca Country Club, with
120 happy golfers taking part.
Claire and Sidney Antman
chaired the golf and lunch portion
of the day, with everything
running smoothly. In addition to
the golf prizes, a door prize of a
$500 Israel Bond was awarded.
Bernard Schachman worked
hard in preparation of the event,
along with a diligent committee,
communicating with all the
residents and informing them
about the work of Israel Bonds.
Sam Lovit, a long-time
resident of Boca Teeca, was
honored for his many years of
commitment to Israel and to the
Bonds campaign. The event's
ambiance was enhanced by the
decorations which Marge
Ephraim and Hannah Rose
Schachman created, using red
carnations and Israeli flags. The
event was such a great success
that people immediately asked
tor a repeat and began to planottfl
for next year.
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B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Conservative.I
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.
BOCA RATON SYNAGOGUE
JIao?lg^ddress: 22130 Belm" No. 1101, Boca Raton, Florida
M433. Orthodox services held at Verde Elementary School
Cafeteria, 6590 Verde Trail, Boca, Saturday morning 9:30 a.m.
Fqr information regarding Friday, Sundown services Mincha-
Maariy, 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 5pm.
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class 5
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Services at Center for Group Counseling, 22446 Boca Rio Road,
Boca Raton, Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard Agler
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 10:16 am.
Mailing address: 950 Glades Road, Suite 1C, Boca Raton, FL
33432. Phone 392-9982.
1 TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM
I ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
7099 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33446. Con-
servative. Phone 496-0466 and 496-1300. Rabbi Jordan H.
pneparo, Cantor Abraham Perhnuttar. Sabbath Services:
fr-nday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 ajn. Daily services 8:30 a.m.
,and5p.m. '
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Reform.
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant Rabbi
Gregory S. Marx, Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services
at 8 p.m. Family Shabbat Service at 8 p.m. 2nd Friday of each
month.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015, Boca Raton, FL 33434.
Conservative. Located in Century Village, Boca. Daily Services
8 am. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:15 p.m., Sunday
8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Rabbi Donald David Crain. Phone: 483-
5557. Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Conser-
vative. Phone: 498-3536..Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd. Naftaly A.
Linkovsky, Cantor. Sabbath Serivces: Friday at 8 pm-
Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyans at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
2475 West Atlantic Ave. (Between Congress Ave. and Barw<*
Road), Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Reform. Sabbath Eve.
services, Friday at 8:15 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver.
President Samuel Rothstein, phone 276-6161.


Friday, April 5,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 16
Local Club&
Organization News
PROFILE: AMIT
mit Women, formerly
nerican Mizrachi Women,
nded in 1925, is the major
bomen's religious Zionist
tganization in the U.a. with
8 000 members and 425
hapters.
Amit, dedicated to bettering
he lot of disadvantaged children
m Israel, is an authorized agency
If Youth Aliyah and maintains
children's villages: Kfar
oatya in Ra'anana, and Kfar
janoar Aliya in Petah Tikva.
he organization has been
Sesignated by the Israel
Education Ministry as the official
etwork for religious vocational-
chnical secondary education for
I entire country.
Child-care centers, vocational
aining schools and child
evelopment projects are a main
focus, but not Amit's sole
oncern. Senior citizens also
_enefit from its efforts, sharing
the facilities at Baka Settlement
House in Jerusalem, and at the
Haifa Community Center. Amit
has built and maintains 12
facilities in Israel, and is con-
stantly expanding its services.
Most ambitious of its recent
projects is Beit Hayeled
Childhaven in Jerusalem, where
200 Israeli children, ages 3-14,
will live and learn in a traditional
surrounding.
Another recent project is the
Gush Dan religious technological
high school, located on the
campus of Bar Ilan University.
Amit has also worked closely
through the years with the
Jewish National Fund in forestry
and land reclamation projects.
National president is Frieda
Kufeld; Daisy Berman is national
treasurer; and Marvin Leff is
national executive director.
"AMIT" American Mizrachi
Women Beersheva Chapter will
hold their next meeting, Wed-
nesday, April 10, 12:30 p.m., at
the American Savings Bank, W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. An in-
formative talk on Social Security,
Medicare and Medicare Sup-
plement will be presented.
Refreshments will be served. All
are welcome. For information,
call Jean Gold 499-0240.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
Women's League for Israel,
Mitzvah Chapter will hold their
next meeting, Monday, April 15
In The Synagogues
And Tfmw.es ...
TEMPLE SINAI
Passover Observances
Passover will be celebrated at
temple Sinai. 2475 W. Atlantic
Kve.. Delray at services on
Friday. April 5 at 5 p.m.,
raturday. April 6 at 10 a.m. and
Friday. April 12 at 8:15 p.m. The
\pril 5th gathering will be in the
lorm of a 5 p.m. Vesper Prayer
service. On the 6th and 12th,
labbi Samuel Silver's sermons
vill stress the modern application
pf the Passover Saga, the Biblical
Recount of the Exodus from
Egypt. Prior to the April 5th
Service. congregants will
asemble outside the Temple for
the dedication of a fountain
donated to the Temple by
-Richard Siemens, in memory of
iMichele Currie. The public is
linvited.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth Singles will
hold their next meeting, Monday,
April 8, 12 noon at the Temple,
5780 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
Their guest speaker will be Mary
C. Bayken, Head Librarian of the
W. Atlantic Ave. Branch
Library. For more information,
call 499-7928.
ANSHEI EMUNA
Anshei Emuna Sisterhood will
join with the Men's Club on
Tuesday, April 23 to sponsor a
trip to Singer Island with a boat
trip on the Intracoastal. The cost
is $12 per person which includes
admissions and bus fare. Please
call chairpersons Sally Kahana
499-0171 or Rose Feller 499-0797
for tickets.
PEACE OF MIND
Protect your
loved ones from
the extra burden
of decision mak-
ing during their
time of emotional
stress.
A pre-need
funeral arrange-
ment considers
the family
burden of
increasing costs,
and assures that
the arrangements
are the way you
want them.
muHM umAK*
A Faintly Protection Plan Chap*
we honor all pre-need program*.
5808 w. Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach. FL 33445
305 400-80O0
Pre-need Conference Center
6578 w. Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach. FL 33448
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with a paid-up membership
luncheon. For further in-
formation call 483-3645, 483-4371
or 483-4902.
PIONEER WOMEN
Pioneer Women Beeraheba
Club will hold their next meeting,
Tuesday, April 9 at the American
Savings Bank, Delray. Coffee
hour at noon, meeting at 1 p.m.
Their guest speaker will be
Frieda Jaffe.
HADASSAH
NOTE:
IMPORTANT MEETING
Hadaasah Associates for Boca
Raton, Boynton Beach and
Delray Beach will hold an im-
portant meeting, Monday, April
8, 9:30 a.m. in the Pompey Park
Community Center, 10th Ave.
corner 2nd St., NW. Along with
important issues to be discussed,
election of new officers will be
held. All members are urged to
attend.
FREE SONS
Free Soue of Israel, Delray
Beach Lodge No. 244 will hold
their next meeting Monday,
April 8, 1 p.m. at the American
Savings Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Many valuable gifts will
be auctioned off Chinese style.
Tickets are still available for their
annual dinner dance at the
Waterfalls, Sunday, May 5 at
$13.50 per person. Call 499-3980.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Our 60th Anniversary Year

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Come to the Hebrew University
with The Friends
All roads lead to Jerusalem during the Hebrew University's 60th Anniversary
Year. A rich and eventful week of academic, cultural and social activities begins
onjune 1, 1985.
Celebration 60 Highlights
A gala concert at the Rothberg
Amphitheater on Mount Scopus by the
Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
A sound and light show at Masada and
a Bedouin feast under the stars.
A dinner at the Knesset in honor of
recipients of honorary degrees.
Meetings with the Hebrew University's
top scholars and scientists and visits
with them in their laboratories and
classrooms.
For further information, contact the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
300 71st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33141, (305) 868-7600
A Symposium, Jerusalem the Challenge
and the Vision, with Mayor Teddy
Kollck and a number of key figures
representing different points of view
relating to the city.
The opening of a special exhibit. The
Treasures of the Jewish National and
University Library, including fascinating
material from the personal archives of
Albert Einstein.
Please send me registration information about CELEBRATION 60.
Name
Address
City/State/Zip______________,--------------------------
Return to. American Friends of the Hebrew University
300 71st Street
Miami Beach, FL 33141
(305)868-7600
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