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of South County
lume 7 Number 16
Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and Highland Beach, Florida Friday, April 19,1965
< F,dShochn Price 35 Cents
Inside
Bobick Slated For Third Term As Federation President
>ress Digest, p.2
Rabbi Comments,
>.3
UC Court Chal-
>nge, p.6
(ewish Heritage
leek bill, p.7
>oviet Jewry 'Silent
Jo More,' p.8
Synagogue News,
Ll4
A slate of officers and board
members for the South County
Jewish Federation for 1986-86
was presented to the Federation's
board at its meeting in March by
the nominations committee. The
board accepted the slate and will
present it for confirmation at the
Federation's annual meeting,
scheduled for Tuesday, May 7, at
the Baer Jewish Campus.
Marianne Bobick, who will
enter her third year as president,
headed the list. Others
nominated as officers include
Larry S. Charme, M.D., Eric
Deckinger and Richard Levy as
MK's Mull Star Wars
Partnership for Israel
JERUSALEM ibers have called for exhaustive parliamentary
Missions before Israel decides how to respond to
shington's invitation to participate in star wars
torch. Victor Shemtov (Mapam), acting chairman of
[Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, suggested a
debate in that committee. Earlier, Shevach Weiss
)or) urged discussion in the plenary.
The invitation from U.S. Defense Secretary Caspar
iberger to Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin reached
last Friday.
PRESIDENT REAGAN had said publicly he would
the NATO countries, Japan, Australia and Israel a
ice to join in the research. The Foreign Ministry said a
ly would be sent as soon as possible.
vice presidents; Sheldon Jon tiff.
treasurer; Arnold Rosenthal,
secretary; and James B. Baer as
past president.
Nominated to serve on the
Board of Directors were: Mar-
jorie Baer, Dr. Arnold Berliner,
Gary Bernstein, Baron Coleman,
Shirley Enselberg, Larry Got-
tsegen, Buddy Himber, Shep
Kaufman, Abner Levine, Jim
Nobil, Seymour Rappaport,
Robert Rieder. Barbara
Sen u man. Richard Siemens,
Betty Stone, Phyllis Squires and
Albert Gortz.
Continuing the second year of
a two-year term will be: Florence
Baumritter, Henry Brenner,
Phyllis Charme, Lester Entin,
Benjamin Karpen, Margaret
Kottler, Adolph Levis, Rudolph
Lidsky, Stephen Melcer, Morris
W. Morris, Albert Os trick.
Berenice Schankerman, Joseph
S. Schenk, Barbara Stein and
Gladys Weinshank.
The by-laws of the Federation
have been amended to provide for
an Honorary Board for the first
time in the Federation's history.
Nominees for this board, who will
serve as its charter members, are
Philip Zinman, Florence Melton
and Abe Meltzer.
Mrs. Bobick said, "I am deeply
honored that the nominating
committee and the board have
nominated me for a third term as
president of the Federation. It is
truly a privilege for me to serve
the Jewish community in this
capacity."
The nominations will be for-
malized at the annual meeting.
All members of the Federation
(this includes all who have
contributed to the annual
campaign) are invited to this
meeting. Reservations can be
made by calling the Federation at
368-2737. Coffee and cake will be
served following the meeting.
Marianne Bobick
Gun Found Said To Have Killed U.S., Israeli Diplomats
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
French police have
discovered the gun they
believed was used to kill
Israeli Diplomat Yaakov
Barsimantov and American
deputy military attache
Plainly, the high-level consultations on the American Co1- Charles Ray in 1982.
tation will focus not only on the scientific aspects but
on possible political repercussions, given the Soviet
)n's intense sensitivity to star wars.
Haaretz reported that in three Israeli universities and
pal high-tech industries research work was underway
Ch could be of relevance to the star wars program. The
er mentioned Haifa Technion, the Weizmann
[itute, and Tel Aviv University. The paper noted, too,
some space-related work, funded by the U.S., has
done in these institutions for years.
The gun, a Czech-made pistol,
was part of an arms cache found
in a terrorist hideaway used by
the Armed Lebanese
Revolutionary factions, a
Marxist group with close links
with similar organizations in
West Germany, Belgium, Italy
and France.
RAY WAS gunned down
outside his home on January 18,
1982. while Barsimantov, a
President Herzog's Message
To Jews In Diaspora For
Israel Independence Day
Im
rhe following are exerpts of the message sent
President Chaim Herzog of Israel to Jewish
"~iunities abroad:
There have been many landmarks in
*'l s history which are all too easily taken for
Mad. The Magic Carpet from Yemen, the
Jft of Iraqi Jewry, the arrival of North African
"iy, the absorption of tens of thousands from
Soviet Union, the Six Day War, the
nification of Jerusalem, the heroism of the
"n Kippur War, the rescue at Entebbe, and now
absorption of Ethiopian Jewry all of these
'!y the greatness of Israel, the new life
thed into Jewry, the unexpected reservoirs of
ngth, talent and daring has brought forth.
It is good, it is in fact imperativer to
'ember how much has been created in Israel
rog 37 years an open democratic society, an
cational system which has.brought up new
orations of Israelis, an industrial, scientific
1 agricultural infrastructure which gives us
Jience to introduce the new economic reforms
t are the crying need of the hour .
"... We face painful adjustments in another
vital area the withdrawal of our forcea from
Lebanon. We are interested in a sovereign and
independent Lebanon, free of foreign forces on its
soil, capable of acting to ensure its security and to
live in proper relations with its neighbors. We will
continue to work for this, but we will take all the
steps necessary to keep our northern towns and
villages free from the nightmare of katyusha
attacks .
"... The closest of our allies are the Jewish
communities of the free world. We invite them to
implement this partnership by strengthening
aliyah to Israel. Israel, with all its growing pains
and difficulties, is the central Jewish experience,
the expression of Jewish culture as it can be lived
only in majority conditions.
"A long and adventurous road stretches before
us if we are adequately to continue the great saga
of our people's life with its reestablished national
sovereignty at its heart. May the coming year of
Israel's life see us further on that road to peace
and prosperity."
second secretary at the Israel
Embassy, was shot by a woman
terrorist outside the lobby of his
residence on April 2,1982.
The spectacular discovery of
the hideout, considered a major
breakthrough in the fight against
terrorism, followed the arrest last
October of a man, Georges
Ibrahim Abdullah, considered to
be the head of the gang. Police
found on Abdullah a notebook
which led them to a Swiss bank
account from which rent was paid
for a Paris apartment.
Last week, police swooped
down on the apartment in the
northwest of Paris and found 30
kilograms of explosives, several
detonators, submachineguns and
pistols. A routine examination of
the weapons led to the iden-
tification of the pistol believed to
have been used to kill the two
diplomats.
ABDULLAH was arrested
after the Italian border police last
August found seven kilograms of
explosives hidden in the suitcase
of a Lebanese, Ahmed El Mansu,
travelling from Yugoslavia to
Rome aboard the Trans-Orient
express train.
The explosives were of the
same type which had been used
to blow up the Rue Copemic
Synagogue in Paris in 1980,
killing four and injuring 20
people. A young woman,
Josephine Abdu Sarkis, believed
to be the woman terrorist who
killed Barsimantov, was arrested
initially and is held in Ostia.
Jews, Christians
In 'Freedom Seder'
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA)
An estimated 100 Jews and
Christians gathered outside the
Soviet Consulate here to hold a
"Freedom Seder for Soviet
Jews," according to the Bay Area
Council for Soviet Jews.
The noon, hour-long
demonstration, which centered
around a fully-set Passover table,
was organized to draw parallels
between the suffering of Jews in
ancient Egypt and the present
suffering by Jews in the Soviet
Union, said Lillian Foreman,
president of the Bay Area
Council.
Chairs around the table, which
was placed across the street from
the Soviet Consulate, were left
empty.
Celebration Time Come On!
Join the rest of your community
in a fun-filled day, in honor of
Israel's 37th Birthday
Sunday, April 21,1985
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
At the James & Marjorie Baer Jewish Campus
336 NW Spanish River Blvd.
Free Admission, Free Parking
Fun, Games, Entertainment At FAU Campus
L (Comfortable buses will bring you to & from
the Jewish Campus Free of charge.)


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Press Digest
'Compiled from Israeli dailies
and the English-language Jewish
Press, by MARTY ERANN.
Director of Communications,
South County Jewish
Federation/
Baltic and Ukrainian emigre
groups are undermining the
efforts of the Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special
Investigations to track down
and prosecute Nazi criminals,
reports The Jewish Week of New
York.
It cites officials of the World
Jewish Congress, who named at
least three such groups at a news
conference recently, saying they
have been lobbying for instituion
of a statute of limitations, so
that such prosecution would be
prohibited.
The groups, say the congress
officials, fear that these
prosecutions are exposing the
fact that annihilation of Jews
was not carried out by the Nazis
alone they had lots of
collaboration from other
European anti-Semites, in-
cluding Ukrainians, Lithuanians
and Latvians. The groups,
pretending to strictly anti-
Communist motives, attack the
Justice Department's use of
evidence obtained from wit-
nesses and archives in the USSR
and elsewhere in Eastern
Europe.
Translations of articles ap-
pearing in some of these emigres'
publications, which urge non-
cooperation with the federal
authorites, were displayed at the
press conference. One of the
papers, a Lithuanian-American
publication, charged that "the
Jews murdered not six, but 70
million innocent people, perhaps
even more because the murder of
people in the Soviet Union did
not stop."
The Manhattan Central
Synagogue (Reform) has taken
an unusual step in hiring an
Episcopalian priest as a member
of its staff, according to The
Jewish Week. Rev. James A.
Carpenter will be preaching,
teaching and participating in
staff activities at the synagogue
for eight weeks.
Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman
hired Rev. Carpenter on the
letter's application he saw it
as an "opportunity to change
our stereotypes and lower our
level of mistrust toward
Christians."
Carpenter had previously
applied to other synagogues but
was turned down. He said he
sought to spend his sabbatical
year working on Christian-
Jewish relations in this way,
after devoting years to
promoting Christian-Jewish
dialogue as a faculty member of
the General Theological
Seminary and chair of his
diocese's committee on Jewish
relations.
The National Jewish Post and
Opinion, (over a Jerusalem
dateline and quoting David
Landau of The Jerusalem
Post. J tells of a "blunt"
statement by the executive
director of the Los Angeles
Jewish Federation Council,
predicting that the next five
years will see a stiffening of
relations between American
Jewry and Israel. Ted Kanner is
quoted in Landau's article as
saying that in the future the
Jewish lay leaders in America,
who are not "your traditional
storekeepers" but are "corporate
managers who understand clear
objectives" will have "less and
less patience with bullshit.
Partnership means more than
writing a check."
Kanner went on to say that
the next time there's a situation
like the Lebanon invasion "we
are not going to allow ourselves
to be lined up with such a thing
again." The Post and Opinion
went on to mention that the
federations of Los Angeles and
San Francisco had planned to
open their own offices in Israel
to directly control distribution of
five percent of the funds they
raise for Israel (plans which they
have since dropped. What the P
and O did not include in its
front-page story based on
Landau's article, was the letter's
analyis of the mass support for
Israel among American Jews,
the growing role of Federations
and the Federation movement in
mobilizing American Jews and
utilizing their lobbying powers
for Israel. M.E.).
The Jerusalem Committee, an
international advisory body, has
decided to propose Jerusalem's
Mayor Teddy Kollek for the
Nobel Peace Prize, reports The
Jerusalem Post. The 65 members
of the committee, coming from
five continents, said they
proposed Kollek for his superb
stewardship of the Holy City,
and credited him with being
largely responsible for Jerusalem
remaining an oasis of calm in a
turbulent region.
"Mayor Kollek has dedicated
his life to unifying peoples of
different faiths and nationalities
and to making Jerusalem a
living symbol of the strivings of
humankind for peace and har-
mony," declared the committee,
which included such individuals
as former Berlin Mayor Klaus
Schutz, Ecuadorean Housing
Minister Sixto Duran Ballen, a
former British ambassador, an
Irish diplomat and a pastor from
Ghana.
Ironically, while the
"Palestinian Lands Day" on
March 30 passed quietly this
year in previous years there
were many PLO-inspired violent
demonstrations on that day by
Israeli Arabs students at an
Arab school in East Jerusalem
staged a riot which the police
had to halt by arresting 124 of
the youngsters who threw rocks.
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Rabbi Comments
i following is brought to our
! by the South County
\nical Association. If there
JLpics you would like our
L to discuss, please submit
\to The Floridian.
By RABBI
LOUIS L. SACKS,
PhD. ThD, DHL
tual Head Anshei Emuna
thodox Congregation
itieth-century man is a
creature and our
Ition is an alienated one.
ciologist describes it; the
itrist analyzes it; and the
of religion must deal with
t'gether the students of
nature in our age of
_ onely Crowd" agree
lie words of the Torah, "It
(good that man should be
In these words were
in the Book of Genesis,
ras only one Adam in this
[Today there are close to
lion people in the world.
kite of the over-flowing
pde of people, man is lonely
i statistics are not society
| Francis Bacon has stated,
vd is not company and
Ire but a gallery of pic-
] Man created in the image
land intended to be "little
}f divine" is dwarfed by
tial loneliness as he is
to a statistical number
gripped of his human
over, we must be aware
ben G-d said, "It is not
at man should be alone,"
I it about Adam who then
paradise all to himself
in the luxuries of the
[of Eden, and feasting on
that was "delightful to
id good to eat."
A lonely paradise can be a
depressing hell. Things never
take the place of people, or ideals,
or commitment to G-d and Torah.
Amidst all the abundance of our
materialistic civilization, with its
glitter, gaiety, and gadgetry, too
many of us also find ourselves
sullen and lonely, bored and
frustrated, despondent and
disillusioned, "tired of livin' and
feared of dyin'."
Last year Americans spent
over 13 billion dollars on liquor in
an attempt to overcome
loneliness but in the realization
that highballs cannot cure lonely
hearts nor promiscuity drive
away loneliness, nor can external
remedies heal internal maladies.
There are no panaceas or
miracle drugs or quick cures in
overcoming loneliness. Nothing
short of a radical reorientation to
cope with alienation will be ef-
fective. "And I will give unto you
a new heart and a new spirit
will I place within you." The
lonely heart must be replaced by
a "new heart" a heart
palpitating with love for when
love enters, loneliness departs.
The terrified and lonely Adam
was transformed by love into the
courageous father of the race, the
Biblical progenitor of all
mankind. He was no longer alone.
There was love within him. For to
Adam, paradise without love was
a wasteland, and a wasteland
with love became a paradise.
Paradise is what it is because
love blooms in it.
"Love thy neighbor as thyself
for I am the Lord." If this were
not only pious preachment but
practical performance, then our
generation would not be
characterized as the "lonely
crowd."
Man need not be alone. Love
dispels loneliness. Identification
with our glorious tradition our
association with the spiritual
giants spanning 4,000 years:
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph,
Moses, Aaron, David, etc. will
banish solitude. Ultimately and
most crucially consciousness of
the presence of G-d, our
Heavenly Father, provides
eternal companionship and
transcends cosmic "orphanage."
May we in our cosmic
loneliness be buoyed up by the
Psalmist who, though walking
through the valley of the shadow
of death, feared no evil, for G-d
was with him and who from the
inner crevices of his heart and
soul proclaimed the comforting
words, "I have set the Lord
before me always."
Judaism conveys to us the life
exalting affirmation that "Man is
not alone in the world." There is a
G-d in this universe, above us,
around us, within us a "Holy
dimension of Existence" who
created us and dowered us with a
soul through which we are linked
to Him and by which we have the
power to overcome loneliness,
surmount evil, do good, and find
lot iy tranquillity. Above all the
tradition affirms that we have an
Eternal Companion who is
always with us guiding us along
the Eternal Road as a loving
heavenly Father gracing us with
salvation and redemption.
Amen.
The South County
Jewish Federation
announces its
ANNUAL MEETING
DATE: Tuesday, May 7,1984
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: James & Marjorie Baer
JEWISH CAMPUS
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton
AGENDA:
President's Report on
State of the Federation
Campaign and Community Awards
Election of Officers
Desserts & Coffee Following the Meeting
All contributors to the Annual Campaign are
invited to share this evening.
R.S.V.P.Federation office 368-2737
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A Long Shadow
Down the Ages
By ABRAHAM H. FOXMAN
The Holocaust casts a
long shadow down the
corridors of the ages.
The murdered six million
speak eloquently from the
silence of their mass graves
and the winds which floated
their ashes from the
chimneys of the crematoria.
The shock waves of the
catastrophe continue to exert an
impact on individual lives as well
.1^ on the community ot nations.
Not only is it forever a part of the
eternal history of the Jewish
people, it is also an ineradicable
part of the experience and
memory of mankind.
IN MANY WAYS, the
Holocaust has shaped and
continues to mold the post-war
world.
It explains why so much of
Europe, where they lived so long
and contributed so much to
culture and civilization, is now
virtually bereft of Jews.
It was a prime factor in the
rebirth of Israel, underscoring
why this generation of our
people, which suffered the
trauma of the horror, was so
privileged.
It was and remains a catalyst
in the acceptance by the
Christians in our time of
Christendom's guilt for the
millenia of anti-Semitic per-
secution and oppression and the
attempts, growing ever stronger,
of contrition and atonement.
It remains a dynamic lesson,
a foreboding omen that it may
happen again to people who do
not learn from it if not to Jews,
then to other groups.
THAT THE Holocaust did
take place remains in great
measure inexplicable, yet the
attempt must be made to explain
it again and again and it must
be told to generation after
generation so that it will not
be repeated.
Abraham Foxman, a
Holocaust survivor, is
associate national director of
the Anti-Defamation League
of B 'nai B 'rith and head of the
agency's International Affairs
Division. 'Yom Hashoali.
Holocaust Memorial Day, will
be marked on Apr. 1
Revealing the depths to which
human beings can be brought,
the example of the Holocaust -
degradation aiso provides the
inspiration for the unending
striving to build that bfltta
world ot peace and plenty of
which tne prophets preached and
man has aspired from the dawn of
history. Whether or not we
experienced Auschwitz, we are all
in a sense survivors of or at
least inheritors of those who did
not survive the Holocaust.
Remembering is our legacy and
our mission. We must be alert
and aware as so many who
preceded us were not of the
evil and divisive words and the
cruel distorting designs of the
enemies of our people who are
also, inevitably, the enemies of all
mankind.
For. despite the Holocaust and
all that has been done to make
amends, such enemies exist.
THEY ARE the creators of the
libel that "Zionism is racism."
They are the wardens of Soviet
Jewry and other captive peoples
in the USSR.
They are the armed extremists
of the Posse Comitatus and the
Silent Brotherhood.
They are the would-be pur-
veyors of racial, religious and
ethnic hatred.
They are the big bars of our
time, pseudoscholars who would
deny the Holocaust only to
reestablish it.
Therefore, to remember the
Holocaust is to refute these
enemies, to reassert the dignity
of man. and to assure that "never
again" is not just a slogan but
destiny.
Readers Write
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Every cloud has a 9ilver lining.
It is a cliche, but it's true.
For example, even the
Holocaust presents the Jewish
people with a golden opportunity
to improve its image in the eyes
of the world. Because of the
unrelenting search for Nazi
monsters, the Jew is seen by
many as vindictive and in-
transigent. We can also show one
of our more commendable at-
tibutes: Appreciation.
Yad V as hem in Israel and
other tributes to the "righteous"
non-Jews who risked their lives
to rescue Jews from the
Holocaust get little publicity. An
annual worldwide Jewish holiday
to salute those heroic (not merely
"righteous") non-Jews would
receive annual, worldwide
publicity.
If saying Kaddish for those
heroes would not raise fatal
resistance to this proposed
holiday, we would recommend
that it be added reciting it
would add dramatically to the
day and to the publicity.
JOSEPH LINDEMAN
And CHARLES LIEBOW1TZ
Boca Raton
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Israel Said To Control W. Bank Lands
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The report by the West
Bank Data Base Project
showing that the Israeli
government now controls
52 percent of the land on
the West Bank, including
every area with growth
potential, has elicited
virtually no reaction in
Israel since its release here,
although it was featured on
the front pages of major
American dailies and drew
prompt comment from the
U.S. State Department
which has yet to see the
report.
The figures cited in the report,
titled "Land Alienation on the
West Bank: A Legal and Spatial
Analysis," were disputed by no
one here. But they hardly came
as a surprise. Meron Benvenisti,
a former Deputy Mayor of
Jerusalem who heads the Data
Base Project, presented similar
data in the project's 1984 report
which correctly predicted the
conclusions of the new study.
JEWISH SETTLERS in the
territory did not react, nor did
government circles. Both take
the line that the less said of
Israel's control over the
territories, the better.
A prominent Arab lawyer,
Rajai Shehade, said in a
newspaper interview that he did
not challenge Benvenisti's data
but did take issue with his in-
sistence that Israel's hegemony
over the West Bank has reached
the point where it is "irrever-
sible." '
Benvenisti, long a sharp critic
of Jewish settlement activities in
the occupied territories, has
maintained for some time that
the socio-economic and
demographic situation and other
"facts" created by Israel in its 18
years of occupation have already
rendered impossible any
sovereignty other than Israel's
over the land.
Shehade and the State
Department do not agree with
that premise. Shehade also
contested Benvenisti's assertion
that the governmrt
acquisition of West Bank I
was accomplished through I
means, if not always in tbti
spirit of the law. According^
Arab lawyer, it is not eno
evaluate the land acq
measures in terms of Isrelil
only, but rather by the i
international law and its i
plication to territories
military occupation
report!
seisiM
ACCORDING TO the
Data Base Project repo
percent of the West Bank
some 5.3 million dunams,
come under absolute govr
control through direct x
administrative restrictions
The land has been send!
number of ways, the repoitr
By declaring land previous
by the Jordanian monarchy'
State land; by exptojn
Arab land, especially'
absentee owners; by seizing'
for military purposes^
communal services, w
nature preserves; and or
chasing it from Arabs
sell.
Friday, April 19,1986
Volume 7
28NISAN5746
Number 16
JCC Single Parent Families*
Camp Out/Shabbaton/Weekend
May 3-5,
Starting 6:00 p.m. Friday at
Quiet Waters Park, DeerfleW
* Boys: Ages 9-15 from families
without a "local" father.
Candle Lighting Service, Games, Canoeing, Campf ire, Movies,
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Cost: $10.00 member $20.00 non-member
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Friday, April 19,1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Pag* 6
*
Campaign '85 Update
Campaign In Boca West
Surges Ahead Of Last Year
i campaign in Boca West is
head of last year, thanks to
Jjgent work of Dr. Nathan
id of Woodbridge. The early
\s at this point indicate an
I of more than 40 percent
ast year to date the
ign has topped the
mark, according to Dr.
Hoffeld attributes this
ement to the dedicated
of his committee, co-
by Herbert London of
! and Alfred Perlstein of
st. Other workers on the
Ittee include Irving
of Quail Hollow, Gene
of Laurel Oaks, Irving
Dr. Nathan Hoffeld
Lichter of Laurel Oaks, Al Brody
of Bridge wood. Sheldon Jon tiff of
Peppertree, Marvin Katz of
Bridgewood, Nathan Schneider
of Woodbridge and Herb Leifman
of Cedarwood. All of them
worked hard to make personal
contact with many of their
friends and neighbors.
While all the members of the
committee were pleased to see the
increase, they felt that next
year's campaign will be enhanced
by the addition of major events
including a golf tournament and
a dinner-dance. Many more
residents of Boca West are ex-
pected to take an active role in
Federation activities throughout
the coming year Boca West is
rapidly achieving a great
reputation as one of the leading
neighborhoods within the South
County Jewish Community.
Federation Young Adults Division
Sponsors Fund Raising Event
The Young Adults Division of
the South County Jewish
Federation in conjunction with
the 1985 UJA-Federation
Campaign, is planning its
inaugural event on Saturday,
May 18, at the Boca Pointe
Country Club in Boca Raton. The
Young Adults Division is a new
group dedicated to unifying the
young professional Jewish
community through a variety of
social, business, educational,
religious and fund raising ac-
tivities.
The event begins with
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at 8
p.m. and everyone is invited to
dance to the music of Glen
Burton and his orchestra.
Reservations are required.
For more information, please
contact Alan Bergman at the
South County Jewish Federation
at 368-2737, Darryl Kogan at 395-
2547. or Stewart Levy at 394-
5026.
Brown Is Men's Chairman
For Estancia
MKs Cancel Visit To
South African 'Homeland'
By GIL SEDAN
JSALEM (JTA) -
k-eign Ministry appears to
tied a scheduled visit by a
pon of Knesset members
\/o other Israeli political
to the opening of the
lent in Ciskei, a
and" established for
by the South African
writ but not officially
Izedby Israel.
Minister Yitzhak
in the past has ordered
pfficials not to meet with
Ciskeians, despite the
ly large number of
who have busines in-
I there. There is concern
at ties with that country
i is not recognized by the
' of the world's nations
jeopardize efforts to
relations with black
members of the
delegation have already an-
nounced they would cancel their
trip. Likud MK Micha Reiser
said he was sorry to give up the
trip but was convinced by the
arguments of the Foreign
Ministry that the visit would be
contrary to the interests of the
state.
However, Likud MK and
Mayor of Afula Ovadia EUi said
that at this stage he intended to
go to Ciskei since there was a
great measure of hypocrisy
regarding relations with South
Africa, since Israel was main-
taining strong ties with the
Pretoria government.
Beside Reisner and Elli, other
members of the would-be
delegation are Alignment MKs
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and
Yitzhak Peretz, Eli Kulas, David
Magen, Haim Kaufman, Amal
Nasser A-Din. and Yehoshua
Matza of Likud, as well as Yogal
Griff el, the Deputy Mayor of Tel
Aviv (Herut), Micha Yinon,
chairman of the Broadcasting
Authority (NRP); and NRP MK
Avner Shaki.
According to one estimate,
there are some 11 Israeli com-
panies involved in business there.
Yediot Achronot reported
Sunday that these include the
Gibor Textile Company, the
computer company Degen
Systems, and the fashion
company Indian Head, which is
soon to open a plant there.
Only 97 Jews
Left Soviet Union
NEW YORK (JTA) Only
97 Jews were permitted to
emigrate from the Soviet Unon
during March, the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry
reported.
Kenneth W. Brown has been
appointed chairman of the Men's
Campaign in Estancia for the
1985 South County Jewish
Federation-UJA Campaign. He
will be working closely with co-
chairmen Mark Braun and
Andrew Whitehill, and with a
committee which is now in
formation.
Brown, of Beshany, Brown and
Company, is a registered
representative on the New York
Stock Exchange, as well as other
principal exchanges. He is a
registered Florida Life insurance
agent. He received his BBA in
Accounting from Temple
University and his MBA from
the University of Miami.
Ken Brown is active in civic
affairs: he is president of the
Homeowners Association in
Estancia, and a member of the
Exchange Club, Chamber of
Commerce, B'nai B'rith and the
Republican Club. He and his wife
Wendy have two boys, aged four
and two.
He is excited about plans for
bringing the 1985 campaign in
Estancia to a climax. Several
cocktail parties will be taking
place in May, hosted by selected
Ken Brown
Estancia residents in their
homes, as well as a culminating
Family Day for all Estancia
residents on Sunday, June 2 at
the James and Marjorie Baer
Jewish Campus. Invitations will
be mailed shortly. (For more
information, call Marcia Needle
at the Federation Office, 368-
2737.)
Picture Yourself Here. .
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h^
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N OUR FEDERATION/UJA
FAMILY MISSION:
JULY 4-14,1985
Join the people from South County
already committed to this mission.
For information call Geri Gellert
South County Jewish Federation
368-2737
Singles' Hatikvah Mission
July 21-31,1985
Pack your bags for the most rewarding experience of your life. Don't let
another year go by. Join South County Jewish Federation on our Singles
Hatikvah Mission to Israel (Ages 22-40).
You'll go beyond statistics, speeches and headlines to see, touch and be
touched in a way that will broaden your perspective on Israel, deepen
your commitment to her people and strengthen your own Jewish
identity. See:
The Golden Stones of Jerusalem's walls
the cafes of Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Street
the lush green fields of the Galilee's kibbutzim
the ancient bazaar of Jerusalem
the rugged beauty of the Negev's landscape
Kfar Saba, South County's Project Renewal Sister City
UJA funded programs first-hand
Ethiopian Jews' absorption centers
I would like to learn more about the South County Jewish Federation
Singles Hatikvah Mission to Israel.
NAME ____________________________________________________________
ADDRESS.
ZIP CODE
TELEPHONE______________________________________________
Send to: Geri Gellert South County Jewish Federation
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New York Group Challenges Ruling
NEW YORK The New
York Civil Liberties Union
and the American Jewish
Congress have charged that
an upstate trial court acted
unconstitutionally in
denying a Planned
Parenthood group the right
to offer abortion services.
In a joint amicus. or friend-of-
the-oourt brief, the two civil
liberties organizations have
asked the New York State
Appellate Division to overrule
the lower court decision.
The case grew out of an ap-
plication to the New York State
Department of Health by Upper
Hudson Planned Parenthood, a
family planning clinic, for
authorization to offer low cost
abortion services to women in the
first three months of pregnancy.
THE HEALTH department
examined the availability of
abortion facilities in the region,
held a public hearing and agreed
that such a service was needed. It
granted the Planned Parenthood
group a '"Certificate of Need," or
licensure to provide the abortion
services.
The Department of Health
authorization was challenged in
the New York State Supreme
Court of Albany County by the
Roman Catholic Diocese of
Albany and several other
plaintiffs who claimed the health
department's decision was ar-
bitrary and capricious and that a
need for the abortion facility did
not exist.
The court overturned the
Department of Health's ap-
proval. State health officials and
Upper Hudson Planned
Parenthood have appealed to the
Appellate Division, a New York
State appeals tribunal, to
overrule the lower court decision
as unconstitutional.
IN THEIR amicus brief, the
Civil Liberties Union and
AJCongress say the lower court
Mittleman Reveals
New Offerings
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
this week announced its 1985-86
season, which includes dramas,
mysteries and musicals. Arnold
Mittelman, the new producing
' artistic director of the playhouse,
said the plays are:
"Corpse," by Gerald Moon,
an American premiere of a new
mystery;
"Cole Porter Requests the
Pleasure," a musical review
based on the work of one of
America's most sophisticated
composers and lyricists. The
show features "Let's Do It" and
"Night and Day," two of Porter's
most famous works;
"The Hostage," by Brendan
Behan, a poignant yet funny
story of a British soldier held
hostage in a Dublin brothel by
the IRA;
"Berlin to Broadway With
Kurt Weill," a revival of the
musical based on Weill's work,
including "Mack the Knife" and
"September Song." The show
also features music from "Three
Penny Opera" and "Lady in the
Dark";
"Seascape," by Edward
Albee, the South Florida
premiere of a play by one of
America's distinguished con-
temporary playwrights;
A new comedy or musical as
yet unannounced.
The Playhouse also will host
several special events, including
the Greater Miami Opera's
touring production of "The
Medium,'' by Gian Carlo
Menotti, the Miami Film
Festival, The Dance Umbrella,
and a Hispanic play or mini-
festival.
ruling has caused women in the
Albany region to suffer "con-
tinuous irreparable harm by this
obstacle to a low cost clinic which
would have alleviated burdens of
cost, travel and delay" in ob-
taining abortions.
The trial court's reversal of the
Department of Health decision,
says the brief, was un-
constitutional because it violated
a U.S. Supreme Court ruling
prohibiting states from creating
obstacles that limit a woman's
access to first trimester abortion
facilities. Thus, the action of the
Department of Health was
consistent with constitutional
principles, it adds.
The brief notes that the
'"Certificate of Need" program
was established by the federal
government to reduce medical
costs and duplication of facilities.
The Department of Health ap-
proval of Upper Hudson Planned
Parenthood's application directly
advanced the cost-containment
aspect of this program, it says.
In overruling the Department
of Health, the Albany trial court
also failed to follow a standard
policy of "extreme deference" to
decisions of administrative
agencies, the brief declares.
CITING A recent U.S.
Supreme Court finding reaf-
firming a woman's right of
privacy in deciding whether or
not to terminate her pregnancy
and to seek access to abortion
services free from "unwarranted
governmental interference," the
brief says the Albany court
decision violated that ruling.
Overruling the Board of Health
on the licensure approval was
unconstitutional because it was a
state action "impermissibly
infringing on the privacy right,*'
asserts the brief.
The NYCLU-AJCongress
document notes that women in
the four-county Albany area are
forced to go to other counties for
low cost abortions. It says that
because of the lack of non-
hospital abortion facilities, most
women must undergo the
procedure in a hospital, at costs
ranging from $700 to $1,000.
A few private physicians in the
area who perform abortions
charge $300 to $400. Upper
Hudson Planned Pantehd
proposed to charge only $195.
Moreover, the brief continues
there is generally a four-week
wait for abortions m the Albany
County Medical Center where 90
percent of the procedures are
performed.
The Albany court action in
reversing the Department of
Health authorization was
"clearly discriminatory" and
failed to establish a "con
state interest" that justi
denying women their right,
personal choice, the brief
was prepared by Madd
Kochen of the NYCLU, deda
It requests the Ap
Division to overturn the'
court ruling and allow the ]
of Health action to stand.
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W.S. Protests to UN
Friday, April 19,1986 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 7
taps Saudi's Anti-Semitic Talk in Geneva
Bv YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
^TA) The United States
overnment- has sharply
mtested to the United
fations the anti-Semitic
Imarks of an Arab Nazi
bllaborator who declared
a Human Rights con-
rence last December in
leneva that Hitler had
ison to murder the Jews
id that Jews are in-
ructed to drink the blood
non-Jews each year or
ce damnation.
|The American protest was
ade in a confidential letter from
United States Mission to the
to Kurt Herndl, Assistant
Kretary General in charge of
Human Rights Center in
Ineva. A copy of the letter,
ted Mar. 13, was obtained by
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
THE U.S. demanded in its
.er an explanation from the
as to how such an
ulragcous and reprehensible"
Itement could be made in a UN
rum and how a Nazi
Baborator and anti-Semite
las allowed to participate in a
|ited Nations seminar designed
promote religious tolerance."
pe U.S. letter referred to the
ninar on "The Encouragement
nderstanding and Respect in
fcters Relating to Freedom of
|igir>n and belief," held in
neva Dec. 3-14 under UN
Insorship.
"he anti-Semitic remarks were
de by Ma'aruf Al-Dawalibi,
knselor to the Royal Court in
[adh. the capital of Saudia
Ibia. In a statement at the
jjinar on Dec. 5, he said he had
at least 16 French books
ling his studies in Paris during
fid War II, which proved that
Talmud teaches that "if a
does not drink every year the
of a non-Jewish man, then
ill be damned for eternity."
[HERE FORE, the Saudi
psentative continued, each
Jews kidnap and slaughter a
[Jewish boy. Al-Dawalibi also
pted that Jewish doctors
Appeal Made
To Soviets
ERUSALEM (JTA) -
m Dulzin, chairman of the
wd Zionist Organization and
"'sh Agency Executives, has
led to the new Soviet
Mikhail Gorbachev, to
!" the gates" to Jews who
to leave the Soviet Union,
an end to anti-Semitism,
the harassments" and "free
|Prisoners of Zion."
i a letter to Gorbachev, in his
:>ty as chairman of the
Conference on Soviet
^.Dulzin wrote: "I appeal to
isi.?I?nt the Jews of the
Pet Union their rights under
soviet constitution to
erve their heritage, their
"age and their culture."
added: "I want to remind
that the Soviet Union
mad Israel as the historical
n.d of the Jews and that
r J'et Vnion recognizes the
fy-union.^^0" d
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ffLS m PoIand- The
ft ^er8 ^PPed those of
.u er. Participating
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3 S < reported its
lyun erence m Kibbutz
result was that Israel is
tries f^!? ftom many
^ bullocks and female
accept non-Jewish patients only
for medical experiments. It is no
wonder, he concluded, that Hitler
and others through the ages
wanted to exterminate the Jews.
"The Saudi participant's
remarks stunned the United
States participant in the seminar
and elicited his sharp rejection,"
the U.S. said in its letter of
protest. "The United States
believes it is important that the
UN Center for Human Rights, as
sponsor of this seminar,
repudiate these objectionable
remarks by Mr. Al-Dawalibi and
ensure that the records of the
December seminar do not give
them any formal standing."
The letter added that the U.S.
has learned "from credible public
sources" that Al-Dawalibi "was a
collaborator with the Hitler
regime during World War II,"
and spent the war years "as the
personal secretary to Nazi
collaborator Amin Al-Husseini,
the former Mufti of Jerusalem."
Al-Dawalibi, the letter added,
"was a known anti-Semite and
served as an informer for Hitler's
security police."
THE LETTER concluded:
"The United States government
requests a full explanation from
the Center for Human Rights on
how an individual of Mr. Al-
Dawalibi's background could
have been allowed to participate
in a United Nations seminar
designed to promote religious
tolerance. We would also like to
know why the Center and the
seminar's chairman did not
immediately disassociate
themselves from Al-Dawalibi's
remark. We urge that in the
future activities of the Center
such unfortunate episodes are not
repeated."
The JTA has learned that a few
days ago the U.S. Mission to the
UN received a reply from Herndl
in Geneva. Herndl said that he
agrees that every effort should be
made to avoid such incidents in
the future, noting that episodes
like that give the UN bad
publicity. He did not respond,
however, directly, to the
demands made by the U.S.
government in its letter.
Senate Okays Bill
For Jewish Heritage Week
The U.S. Senate has passed a
resolution calling for the week of
April 21-28 to be declared
"Jewish Heritage Week,"
Senator I .aw ton Chiles (D-Fla.)
announced. The senator was one
of the bill's sponsors.
The legislation must be ap-
proved by the House of
Representatives before President
Reagan can issue the appropriate
proclamation.
The week was chosen because
during this time of year three
major Jewish observances are
held: Passover, Holocaust
Memorial Day and Israel's
Independence Day.
"Nothing could be more fitting
than setting aside a special week
to make all Americans more
aware of, and to express ap-
preciation for, the vast con-
tributions the Jewish people have
made" to the spiritual, in-
tellectual, economic and cultural
growth of America, "while
fighting and dying to preserve
Sen. Law ton Chiles
and protect the freedoms which
are the backbone of our country's
strength and greatness," Chiles
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'Silent no more
Soviet Jewry update
For The
Record
The first official U.S. visit by a
Soviet delegation in nearly a
decade provided the opportunity
for dialogue, however onesided,
on human rights and Jewish
emigration. While the delegates,
led by Soviet Politburo member
Vladimir Shcherbitskiy,
generally skirted the issue,
concerns about restricted Jewish
emigration were raised frequently
during the 10-day tour, which
included stops at the Capitol,
throughout Texas and in San
Francisco. Also scheduled to
include a brief visit to New York,
the trip was cut short by
Chernenko's death.
On Capitol Hill, a human
rights discussion group chaired
by Rep. Henry Waxman ID-
Calif.) expressed hope for im-
proved U.S.-Soviet relations,
particularly through "meaningful
and lasting arms control, and
mutual and vigorous free trade,"
but added strongly that "for any
of these wonderful things to
happen, we need to see a
dramatic and consistent im-
provement in your country's
human rights policy." Citing
recent action against 10SIF
BERENSHTEIN and other
Hebrew teachers, Waxman
stressed that "human rights
concerns are an integral part of
our policy vis-a-vis the Soviet
Union, which will not go away."
In Texas, Rep. Martin Frost
(D-Tex.) hosted the Soviets,
where they met with Governor
Mark White and Reps. J.J.
Pickle (D-Tex.) and Michael
Andrews (D-Tex.). White raised
the issue, stating that "we in
Texas, Jews and non-Jews alike,
are concerned and upset with
your policies affecting Jewish
emigration." He called upon
Shcherbitskiy to promote a
change in those policies, adding
that "no real resolutions of the
problems between us can be
found without this." Shcher-
bitskiy's response was to deny
that Jews are prohibited from
leaving, insisting that those who
remain do so because "they are
happy to live in the USSR."
Rep. Pickle, who has visited
the Soviet Union and met with
refusenik families, challenged
Shcherbitskiy's claim, citing
specific cases of individuals
seeking to leave.
Action against Soviet Jewish
Hebrew teachers continue as
EVGENY AISENBERG of
Kharkov was arrested on March
19, and charged with allegedly
"circulating false material which
defames the Soviet state and
social system." A former
engineer who has actively sought
repatriation to Israel since the
late '70's, Aisenberg is a
Ukrainian Jew, and Kharkov's
only Hebrew teacher. He is the
tenth such unofficial teacher to
be arrested in the Soviet Union
since July, in a campaign the
U.S. State Department called a
"major sustained crackdown on
Hebrew teachers and other
Jewish cultural activists."
Scores of rabbinic and
synagogue leaders converged in
Washington to hold a Con-
vocation of Religious Leadership
for Soviet Jews, meet with
President Reagan and participate
in the Third Annual
Congressional Fast and Prayer
Vigil for Soviet Jews. The
convocation was sponsored by
the Synagogue Council of
America and the NCSJ, with the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, United Synagogue of
America, Central Conference of
American Rabbis, Rabbinical
Assembly and the Rabbinical
Council 'of America. Rabbi
Joseph P. Sternstein, NCSJ Vice
Chairman who co-chaired the
event with Rabbi Mordecai
Waxman, President of the
Synagogue Council of America,
called the action "a response to
critical developments in the
Soviet Union which hit the
religious and cultural community
there especially hard." Par-
ticipants included Rabbi Louis
Bernstein, President of the
Rabbinical Council of America;
Rabbi W. Gunther Plaut,
President of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis, and
Rabbi Alexander Shapiro,
President of the Rabbinical
Assembly.
The convocation was held in
conjunction with the Third
Annual Congressional Fast and
Prayer Vigil, co-sponsored by
Representatives Robert Mrazek
(D-N.Y.), John Porter (R-Ill.),
Tom Lantos (D-Calif.) and Jack
Kemp (R-N.Y.). Drawing support
from more than 150 members of
Congress, the vigil, according to
Mrazek, was organized to focus
national attention on the plight
of Soviet Jews, and is the largest
continuing Congressional
demonstration of its type. While
participants sent a public
message of concern, a delegation
of executive leadership of the
sponsoring organization met with
the president, urging his con-
tinued commitment on behalf of
Soviet Jews, and presenting him
with an illuminated Passover
Haggadah.
(The following is part of a
statement read by Senator
Lawton Chiles into the
Congressional Record recently.)
Since 1979, when Jewish
emigration from the USSR
peaked at 51,320. the numbers
have declined alarmingly. With
the recent change of leadership
in the Kremlin and renewed arms
negotiations, the opportunity for
positive change may again be in
the air. It is. therefore, im-
perative that we let the Soviet
Government and the Jewish
refuseniks know that we con-
tinue to care.
Recently I have become
gravely concerned with one
particular case which has
received little publicity in this
country. The case of Ilya and
Inna Vaisblit was first brought
to my attention by the Student
Coalition for Soviet Jewry
during their annual visit to
Congress earlier this year. In
December of 1973. Ilya Vaisblit
who calls himself by his Hebrew
name, Elijah, applied fo.- an exit
visa to rejoin his relatives in
Israel. His appeal was denied on
the pretext of "state reasons"
and all of his succeeding pleas
have gone unanswered. Elijah,
now age 66, is a war veteran and
completely disabled. His wife,
inna, is a doctor and hopes to
resume her medical profession in
Israel. They have two sons
Alexander and Eugene. The
older, Alexander, is now married,
lives in Israel and has a gran-
dson, while Eugene, a student,
lives with his parents in
Moscow.
Elijah retired from his job as a
radio electronic engineer in 1973
because of his deteriorating
health condition. His visa ap-
plication was denied on the
grounds that he had previ^
access to classified material thii
had some defense significance
This is completely unreasonable
- Ilya is surely quite harml*,
to Soviet security. He his
written in an appeal for help:
"I am desperately ill. y.
disease is called multiple'
sclerosis. AD am nearly blind
now, speak and hear with great I
difficulty, suffer constant]
headaches ... I have ben
confined to bed for years. I an
afraid there is not much time left
for me to live. I have never u
my life dealt with any secret)'
... I hope that you may kindly
grant me your support in
convincing the Soviet govern
ment that I don't present any
danger to the state."
Today I am adopting this
family and will be writing to Id
them know that we continued!
care for their welfare and basic
human rights. In the next few
days, I will be writing to tit
Soviet government in behalf of I
the Vaisblit family, urging then1
to let these people emigrate on'
humanitarian grounds and as
guaranteed by certain in-
ternational accords signed by
their government. The Helsinki
Final Act, the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
and the International Covenant
on Civil and Political Rights al
guarantee this freedom.
I have previously noted than
. record low of only 896 Jews were |
released in 1984. However, in
January and February of 1985,'
only 149 Soviet Jews were
granted visas to emigrate. If
these numbers continue, 1985
will set another record low. I call
upon the Soviet Government to
reverse this trend and once i
to "I^et my people go!"
For the Time of Your LifeCome On a UJA Single's Mission^July 21-31. Call 368-2737
ISRAEL IS LOOKING FOR
HOLDERS OF ISRAEL BONDS
MATURING IN THE SPRING OF 1986
TO SAY "THANK YOU" BY GIVING YOU
INTEREST UP TO A YEAR IN ADVANCE
If you are the registered owner of a State of Israel Fifth Development Savings Bond
maturing in March, April or May of 1986, you can receive your interest in advance up to a full
year early providing that you apply the proceeds toward the purchase of a new Israel Current
Income Bond.
Vbu will receive credit for the full maturity of your Bond up to 12 months early as Israels way
of saying "thank you" for your renewed support.
If you still hold a Series "A" Coupon Bond due in March, 1986, you can reinvest in a Current
Income Bond and receive the interest early.
Demonstrate your continuing partnership with the people of Israel by reinvesting your
matured Israel Bond, thus strengthening Israel's economy and assuring a bright economic
future for its people.
For further information and a prospectus, please contact:
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
Development Corporation for Israel
JULIE JACKSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (305) 368-0221
SUITE 208,2200 N. Federal Highway., Boca Raton, FL 33431


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Chai-Lights
of the
Jewish Community Day School
An agency of the South County Jewish Federation
The First and Second grade
classes of Leah Temor and Tamar
Ben-Ami held their model Seder
at the Day School.
White tablecloths and flowers
adorned the tables. The beautiful
Haggadot were hand-made by
the students. Anticipating the
long sitting period, the students
created pillows which they
decorated like matzohs and other
Pesach-related items.
The prayers were sung as
different children were called
upon to lead each one. The Seder
plates were set. and the children
explained the symbolism behind
each traditional item, bringing
the holiday to life. Lunch was
served. Israeli singer Ya'acov
Sassi joined with the children and
their parents to celebrate this
special day.
The Third and Fourth grade
classes of Gail Rabinovitch and
Renee Brounstein held a model
Seder on Friday. April 5. Place
cards that were hand-made by
the students were set with their
Hebrew names. The students
were called upon to read from
their Haggadot. The Sun Sen-
tinel and the Boca Raton News
reported on their lovely Seder.
The Preschool held their model
Seder at B'nai Torah
Congregation. Many tables were
set to accommodate the large
group. With the assistance of
Andrea Mossovitz. the three and
four-year-olds made their parents
very proud as they partook in the
ceremony.
The Kindergarten classes of
Jewel Scheller and Sherry
Children led their own Seder taking turns in reading or leading in
song.
Everything's Kosher With
Kesher Kosher Tours
NEW YORK Kesher Kosher Tours has released its new
1985 brochure detailing its special packages to Europe and the
the U.S.A.
Highlights of the European packages include Continental
Europe, trips to Scandinavia, Spain and Portugal. The U.S.A.
tours feature the National Parks. Las Vegas and California.
Kesher Kosher Tours highlights sites of both general and
Jewish interest in fun-filled packages that are sensitive to the
needs of the observant Jewish traveler. Now it is possible to
enjoy a classical touring program with observance of Shabbat
and Kashrut.
Some of this year's offerings are, "Europe on a Budget,"
(Iuly, Switzerland, France, Holland and England), 12-22 days,
$629-41199 land; "Scandinavian Holiday," J6 days, $1099 land;
"Iberian Fiesta." 14 day9, $747 land; and "'Europe through
Young Eyes" (ages 17-31) 24 days, $1199 land. (Airfare is not
included.)
Kesher's programs around the U.S.A. include California and
Las Vegas, 11 days $1219; and National Parks and West Coast,
15 days $1669. (Prices for land only.) All prices per person
double occupancy.
Information on meals, hotels, detailed itineraries and
departure dates are provided in the new Kesher brochure which
is available by contacting the operator at 1501 Broadway, NYC.
NY. 10036; 212-921-7740 or out-of-state 800-847-0700. Or call
your travel agent.
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To train on and operate office machines
Including Offset Printer,
Mailroom Equipment, etc.
Call Lenore
368-2737
Parents watch 1st and 2nd Graders holding their model Seder.
Clayman were so well versed in
the Pesach ritual that they he]d
their own Seder. The traditional
Pesach meal was served buffet
style.
Steve Blinders and Charles
Augustus1 Sixth and Seventh
grade classes held a model Seder
that was very traditional and
most lovelv.
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Netherlands Wants to Extradite
By BEN KAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) The
Netherlands government is
urging Canada to amend an 86-
year-old treaty between the two
countries which has frustrated
efforts to obtain the extradition
of Jaap (Jacob) Luitjens, a
resident of Vancouver, who was
convicted in his native Holland in
1948 of collaboration with the
Nazi occupation forces during
World War II.
Luitjens was sentenced in
absentia to 20 years in prison for
"aiding and abetting" the enemy.
a crime not covered by the
Canada-Netherlands treaty of
1899. The Dutch Ambassador to
Canada, Naboth Van Dijl, said
his government has been trying
for a number of years to negotiate
a new treaty, so far without
success.
Luitjens was found guilty of
helping the Nazis track down
Dutch resistance fighters and
locating secret radio transmitters
and receivers.
Japanese Present Big
Science Award to Katzir
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prof.
Ephraim Katchalski-Katzir.
noted Weizmann Institute of
Science scientist and one of its
founding members, has been
named one of the two first
recipients of the Japan Prize in
Biotechnology to be awarded in
Tokyo on Apr. 20.
The recently-established 50
million yen (approximately
$200,000) prize honors resear-
chers who have made original
contributions to science "and
have thereby advanced human
peace and prosperity."
Kisaburo Yokota, executive
director of the Science and
Technology Foundation of
Japan, says it is hoped that the
Japan Prize will ultimately equal
the Nobel Prize in stature.
In addition to his ranking
position at the Weizmann
Institute, Katchalski-Katzir, who
served as Israel's fourth
President from 1973 to 1978,
heads the Biotechnology Center
at Tel Aviv University.
His brother, Aharon, also one
of Israel's leading scientists, was
murdered in an attack by a group
of Japanese Red Army terrorists
working for the PLO at Ben
Gurion Airport in 1972. for which
Kozo Okomoto, the only attacker
not killed on the spot at the time,
is now serving a life sentence.
Katchalski-Katzir's world-
acknowledged work on amino
acid polymers and enzymes has
involved both pure and applied
research which have facilitated
understanding the genetic code
and helped the production of
industrial and medical processes
and items.
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that lets you
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long enough
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S375-S390
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For reservations and
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When you escape the Florida heat this
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Mid-day snacks? Magnificent Poolside
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There wa be no announcement at 1 prn
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So come to the Brickman. Where the
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Israel Bonds
Advisory
The "prime ministers" who took part at the
cocktail party, hosted by Elsie and Bob Gordon in
Del-Aire. Israel's Tourism Minister Avraham
Sharir (6th from right) was special guest at the
event.
Congratulating William Miller (center) are Rabbi Theodore
Feldman, Rabbinic Council, and Julie Jackson, Executive
Director.
Bank Buys $1 Million
In Israel Bonds
Florida National Bank,
recognizing a good investment,
recently made a $1 million Israel
Bonds purchase. In terms of the
Israel Bonds organization, this
purchase was credited on a
statewide basis.
William Miller, manager of two
Boca Raton branches of the bank,
took part in celebrating the
purchase at a recent Bonds event.
He expressed his pride in being
able to announce the Florida
National Bank's participation.
"It is very exciting to see
banks participating in the bond
program," said Julie Jackson,
executive director of the South
County Israel Bonds office. "The
support of major institutions
helps to reconfirm the positive
response to Israel during a time
of political and economic
reorganization."
Shep Gordon presenting Heritage Award to
Leonard and Elie Weisenberg with Clarice and
Ben Pressner looking on.
Nothing Like It To Revitalize
Your Heart and Soul! The Hatikvah
UJA Singles' Mission to Israel,
July 21-31,1985 Call 368-2737
Del-Aire Campaign
Reaches New Record
Under the effective leadership
lot Ben Pressner, chair, Del-Aire's
] Israel Bonds campaign sold
$620,000 ... a new record for
South County. A lovely cocktail
party recently at the home of
Elsie and Bob Gordon was a
I celebration of the victory.
The guest speaker, Tourism
Minister Avraham Sharir, spoke
about Israel's political and
economic situation. Sharir en-
couraged everyone to come and
see what the little country has
accomplished. He also spoke
about the absorption of the
Ethiopian Jews and how the
purchase of Israel Bonds helps to
make their economic adjustment
easier.
The atmosphere in Del-Aire
was one of excitement and pride
as Leonard and Elie Weisenberg
were presented with the Heritage
Award for their tireless devotion
to the traditions and values of
Judaism. The Weisenbergs have
set a fine example in Del-Aire and
everyone paid tribute with a
standing ovation.
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THE APOLPH and ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
H A P P E N I N
An Agency of Hie South County Jowith Federation
For information on all the
JCC programs call the center
at 395-5546.
GYM AND SWIM
On Thursday, April 18, at 9:30-
10:30 a.m., a new program begins
for 3- and 4-year-olds. Gym and
Swim is a program that combines
physical activity and swim in-
struction. The class will be
taught by Suzanne Kaufman and
will run for eight weeks. You
must register in advance.
CONVERSATIONAL
HEBREW
Learn Conversational Hebrew;
Basic Hebrew phrases will be
appllied to everyday situations.
The course will be held at the
Levis JCC. Beginner Classes will
take place on Mondays and
Wednesdays, from April 22-May
29 (May 27 class will be
rescheduled). Intermediate
Classes will be held on Tuesdays
and Thursdays, from April 23-
May 30. All Classes will take
place from 7:30-9 p.m. The cost
for Members is S16, Non-
Members $25. Registration
Deadline is April 18.
PRIVATE EYES
ARE WATCHING YOU
For Singles All Ages .
Virginia Snyder, an unlikely
Private Eye, will discuss her
extensive background in private
investigation, after years of
successful experience as a
newspaper reporter. Currently
she is working on her 68th
murder case; learn about her
fascinating professional life.
Tuesday, April 23 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
Cost: Members Free, Non-
Members $3.
HOLISTIC HEALTH
LECTURE SERIES
On Wednesday, April 24, at
7:30 p.m. the Levis JCC will hold
its monthly Holistic Health
Lecture Series, titled Therapeutic
Massage presented by Vic-
toria Mathews, RMT.
Admission is free to Members,
and a nominal cost of $2 is
charged to Non-Members.
Refreshments will be served. For
Adults, all ages.
SINGLES MISSION
TO ISRAEL
(For Singles 21-39) Dr. Robert
Fishman of the Jewish
Federation will present a slide
show and discuss the July 21-31
Mission to Israel on Thursday
evening, April 25 at 7:30 p.m.
Wine and Cheese will be served.
RSVP a must by April 20.
QUILTING
FOR BEGINNERS
The Levis JCC will offer a
beginners' Quilting Class on
Thursdays April 25-May 30, 10
a.m. to 12 noon. Cost for
Members $20, Non-Members
$30. The deadline for
registration is April 18.
CHINESE COOKING
DEMONSTRATION
Explore the wonders of the
Wok. Learn the art of preparing a
famous Chinese Gourmet
Appetizer.
This demonstration will be
neld at the Levis JCC on
Tuesday, April 30, from 7-9 p.m.
The cost for Members is $3 and
$6 for Non-Members.
"AQUACISE"
The Levis JCC will hold a
A'ater Exercise Class for Seniors.
No swimming skills are needed.
The Class will meet Tuesdays
and Thursdays, May 2-June 6,
from 10:30-11:20 a.m. Cost for
Members is $20, Non-Members
$35. Deadline for Class
registration is April 25.
PRIME TIMERS
Breakfast
A coffee-and-bagel breakfast
will be served to all Prime Timers
on Wednesday, April 24. at 9:30
a.m. This breakfast is sponsored
by the Prime Timers committee
and is open to all members and
non-members free of charge.
This is a great opportunity to
meet the JCC staff and the
committee, become acquainted
with Bobbi Goldman, the new
Senior Adults program director,
and meet new friends. RSVP,
395-5546.
One-Day Cruise
The Prime Timers Committee
of the Levis Jewish Community
Center will sponsor a one-day
Cruise on Wednesday, May 15. A
charter bus will leave the JCC
Campus at 7 a.m. for Lake
Okeechobee. Florida's largest
lake. From there you will sail
down the St. Lucie River and into
the St. Lucie Lock rising 14' to
canal level! Then you're on to
Lake Okeechobee! During the
Cruise you will be served an
extensive smorgasbord,
beverage, and a "Chip and Dip
Happy Hour." Live music and
dancing will also brighten up the
day. The all-inclusive cost is $30
per person. Don't miss out!!
Reservation Deadline is April 25.
Call 395-5546 for more details.
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Coast Sound Appealing???
The Prime Timers 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
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from Tampa to Captiva Island.
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and Friday, July 31. Aug. 1, 2.
Cost: $150 per person. Reserve
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Registration Deadline: June 7
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395-5546. (Contact Person: Bobbi
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For information on all the
JCC programs call the center
at 395-5546.
The Adolph and Rose Levis Jewish Community
Center wishes to acknowledge their contributory
Members and welcome all new members who have
recently joined:
FOUNDING MEMBERS
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MM Sydney Altaian
Anonymous
M-M James Baer
M-MElbertL. Bagus
MM Gary Bernstein
MM Harold Blshlns
MM Edward Boblck
MM Joseph S. Bowman
M-M Henry Brenner
DM Israel Bruk
Capt. and Mrs. Robert Bymes
DM Larry Charme
Ms. Etta Dogan
DM Karl Enselberg
MM Lester EnUn
MMSolFler
DM Robert Fishman
Florence Fuller
M-M Martin Freedman
Dr. Milton and Mary Brumer
MM Herb Glmelstob
DM Jonathan Greene
MM Barry Halpertn
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D-M H. B. Hendler
M-M Robert Judelson
MM Arnold Kagen
Drs. Ury and Dalla Kalal
M-M Peter Kamlns
M-M Shep Kaufman
M-MEdKrause
M-M Gary Lebbln
M-M William Lester
M-M Abner I-evlne
M-M Richard Levy
D-M Steven LlUnsky
MM Joseph E. Marcus
M-M Stanley Moser
MM Robert Mufson
D-M Daniel Man
M-M Max Passer man
M-M Donald Pelser
Dr. Ronald Rubin
M-M Roy N. Sarasohn
M-M Bernard Schachman
Mrs. Berenice Schankerman
M-M Mel Schwartz
Gertrude See man
M-M Manny Seldeman
M-M Eugene Squires
MM David Stein
M-M Norman I. Stone
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M-M Mayer Weinshank
Mrs. Ben Wetchler
MM Frank White
M-M Andrew WhltehUl
M-M Philip Zlnman
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Ms. Barbara Gordensteln
MM Sander Elsenberg
M-M Mark Levy
MM Herman Gordon
M-M Jeffrey Harm
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D-M David A. Snyder
Ms. Lisa Roby
Ms. Rita Miller
MM Benjamin Winston
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MM Sonfred Brenner
M-M Clyde Cappon
Mrs. Violet Cohen
Ms. MoUy Fralberg
Ms. Sylvia Goldman
Ms. Alice Julius
M-M Sam Horn
M-M Harry Kottler
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MM Robert Raab
MM John Kenning
MM Reuben Viener
M-M Tony TTanchlda
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D-M Ronald Glatzer
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Ms. Naomi Splrer
M-M Ronald Brotman
M-M Irvlng Steinberg
M-M Arthur Lebersfeld
Ms. Shirley C. Levin
M-M Jerome Meier
Mr. James Nobll
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Rabbi and Mrs. Merle Singer
Mr. Walter Warhelt
Rabbi and Mrs. Bruce Warshal
M-M Morton Simon
M-M Edward Fellman
Ms. Susan Fair-Roth
M-M Ray Greenfield
M-M Steven Asarch
M-M Clifford Vlner
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ANSHEI SHALOM
Anshei Shalom Oriole Jewish
Center Brotherhood will sponsor
a breakfast meeting, Sunday,
April 21, 9:30 a.m. at their new
Temple, 7099 W. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray. Their guest speakers will
be Selma and Milton Engel of
Volunteers for Israel. For further
information, call 495-0466.
Anshei Shalom Oriole Jewish
Center Sisterhood will hold their
annual membership luncheon in
their newly completed Temp on
Monday, April 29, 12 noon. A
fashion show will be presented by
Harriet Norman. Donation is $4
for paid-up members, S4.75 for
others. For further information
and reservations call 499-8462 or
499-8241.
BETH SHALOM
Temple Beth Shalom
Sisterhood, Century Village West
will hold their next meeting
Monday, April 22, 10 a.m. in the
Administration Bldg. An in-
teresting program is planned and
refreshments will be served.
Boutiques as usual. The next
monthly luncheon-card party will
be Monday, May 6. Reservations
must be made in advance and
arrange your tables by group
players. Please call Ann 483-4964
Community Calendar
April 21
Anshei Shalom Oriole Jewish Center Brotherhood breakfast
meeting, 9:30 a.m.; B'nai B'rith Naomi meeting, 12 noon; Israel
Independence Day, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
April 22
Pioneer Women Kinneret meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Temple Sinai
Sisterhood meeting, 12 noon; Women's American ORT Pines
North meeting, 12:30 p.m.; Temple Beth Shalom Sisterhood
meeting, 10 a.m.
April 23
Women's American ORT Delpointe meeting,
Pioneer Women Zipporah meeting, 12 noon
12:30 p.m.
April 24
National Council Jewish Women Boca Delray meeting, 12:30
p.m.; Hadassah A viva meeting; Women's League for Israel
meeting, 12:30 p.m.; South County Jewish Federation Board
meeting, 8 p.m.
April 2 5
Community Relations Council meeting, 12 noon; Jewish War
Veterans Post 266 and Auxiliary meeting, 7 p.m.; Anshei
Emuna Sisterhood Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Hadassah Boca
Maariv Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Temple Beth El Board meeting,
8 p.m.; B'nai B'rith Women Boca meeting, 12 noon; 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 Oriole meeting, 12:30p.m.; B'nai B'rith Genesis
meeting, 12 noon; American Red Magen David for Israel Ramat
Gan Chapter meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Body of Murdered Soldier Found
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The body of a soldier,
brutally murdered near Tel
Aviv Sunday, was located
Monday by Israeli
authorities.
Sgt. Akiva She Altiel, 21, of
Rosh Ha'ayin, was found in a
Obituaries
ACKNER
Harry, OS, of Villages of Oriole. Delray
Beach, waa originally from New York.
He Is survived by his wife Shirley, son
Larry, daughters Lynn Cohen and Lola
Ackner. two brothers, Sidney and
Leonard, and six grandchildren. Be'.h
Israel-Rubin Chapel, Delray Beach.
LIEBERMAN
Max Q.. 74. of Kings Point. Delray
Beach, waa originally from New York.
He Is survived by his wife Annette, son
Arnold, daughters Lynne Czutrln and
Rolene Cohen, brothers Jack and David,
sisters, Pearl Schwartz, Faye Metz,
Bella Stelndam and Dora Frledland.
eight grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. Gutterman-Warhelt
Chapel, Boca Raton.
MEYER
Alvln K.. 88. of Country Manors, Delray
Beach. Beth Israel-Rubin Chapel,
Delray Beach.
PET
Paul M 55. of Highland Beach, was
bom In Maryland. He Is survived by his
wife Paula, father Morris, daughter
Carla Oliver, son Robert, brother Dr.
Donald Pet, sisters Marilyn and Sylvia,
and three grandchildren. Gutterman-
Warhelt Chapel. Boca Raton.
REINHARDT
Arthur, 67. of Century Village Boca, waa
originally from New York City. He Is
survived by his wife Pearl. Gutterman-
Warhelt Chapel. Boca Raton.
ZEICHNER
Dela. 69, of Huntlngton Lakes. Delray
Beach, waa born in Poland. She Is
survived by her husband Dr. Joseph
Zelchner. Beth Israel-Rubin Chapel.
Delray Beach.
wadi near a road on the western
slope of the Judean mountains.
The victim's hands were cuffed,
his face and head bruised and a
rope tightened around his neck.
The body was reportedly spotted
by local Arab villagers and
reported to authorities.
or 4831315 for information.
TEMPLE EMETH
Temple Emeth will be having a
massive Memorial Service in
memory of the victims of the
Holocaust, Sunday, April 21, 2
p.m. Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd.
along with other dignitaries and
members of the Temple and
victims of the Holocaust will
participate in this service. At the
conclusion of these services, an
Israel Independence Day
celebration program is planned.
Temple Emeth Brotherhood
will hold a breakfast meeting,
Sunday, April 28, 9:30 a.m.
honoring Brotherhood Com-
mittees. An interesting program
is planned.
TEMPLE SINAI
Temple Sinai will express
gratitude to several donors at the
Sabbath Eve service Friday,
April 19, at 8:15 p.m.
The donors of special gifts to
Temple Sinai, which opened its
doors last autumn, include Sarah
Japack and Annette Abramson
(donors of the Administration
Offices); Sandy Behar (donor of
the Sanctuary Eternal Light);
Mr. and Mrs., Lawrence Som-
mers (donors of the Sanctuary
Memorial Wall Plaque); Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Gorenstein (donors
of the lobby Major Donor Wall
Plaque), the family of the late
Author Ganger (donors of the
Rabbi's Study), and J.M. Kaplan
of East Hampton and NYC
(donor of the Temple Recep-
tionist Office).
Salutes to these benefactors
will be offered by Samuel
Rothstein, president; Bernard
Zeldin, vicepresident and
chairman of the Building
Committee, and Rabbi Samuel
Silver.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
hold their next meeting Monday,
April 22, 12 noon. Frieda Jaffe. a
survivor of the Holocaust, will be
the guest speaker. Friends are
invited. Collation.
An eight-week seminar
designed for unaffiliated in-
terfaith couples, meaning one
who is Jewish and one who is not,
is again being sponsored by the
Southeast Council of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
to take place at Temple Sinai,
2475 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray,
Thursday evenings, April 25
through June 13, 7:30-10 p.m.
The cost is $50 per couple. For
further information contact
Linda Spitzer, Outreach Coor-
dinator, 592-4792 or 665-8429 or
Ann Lipton, Facilitator, 655-
7706, or write to 3785 N.W. 82nd
Ave., Suite 210, Miami, Fl.
33166.
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Friday, April 19, 1985 The Jewish Floridian of South
Page 15
Local Club &
Organization News
Profile: B'nai B'rith North Pines Lodge No. 3157
B'nai B'rith North Pines
ige No. 3157 had its begin-
nings in the fall of 1980, when a
roup of six men met in a private
ome to form the Lodge.
From that small beginning, the
Ige has grown slowly but
teadily to its present mem-
ership of over 100 men.
North Pines will never be one
^f the bigger Lodges in the Palm
each County area, because its
membership is limited to
sidents of the Pines of Delray
tlorth Condominiums. The name
}f the Lodge, in fact, reflects this
niting factor.
The Lodge meets on the first
kunday of each month in the
Worth Clubhouse of the con-
ominium complex.
Lodge president is Bert Stern,
^ho is in his third year in office.
lis group of dedicated officers
ncludcs Charles Ostrow, Sid
lai. Ben Melnick, Harold
feveloff, Jack Seidenberg,
larold Kantor, and Martin
thanks. These men are dedicated
the ideals of B'nai B'rith and
Irive to carry out the mandates
charity, civic mindedness and
jucational goals.
North Pines Lodge has suc-
essfully hosted a UJA-
federation Campaign breakfast
]>r the past three years. This
ear, the Lodge invited and
ceived the co-operation of the
lorth Pines Chapter of the
Women's American ORT and the
local Fun With Yiddish Club in
conducting the successful break-
fast. Combining the three major
Jewish Organizations active in
the Pines of Delray North em-
phasized the cohesive nature of
the Jewish community. Besides
hosting the UJA breakfast and
actively soliciting funds in the
community, the Lodge itself
made direct donations to UJA
and also contributed the proceeds
of a recent Lodge-sponsored Jai
Alai outing to "Operation
Moses."
North Pines Lodge conducts a
weekly blood pressure
monitoring program open to all
residents of the condominium.
Members of the Lodge are also
active in visiting nursing homes
to conduct Shabbat services as
well as volunteering to relieve
police personnel at Christmas
time.
New programs of community
service as well as Adult Jewish
Education Courses and expanded
social activities are being planned
for the 1985-86 year. Efforts are
also being made to enroll many
more Jewish men now residing in
the Pines of Delray North in this
active organization.
B'NAI B'RITH
B'nai B'rith Women Boca
Chapter will hold a brunch and
card party, Tuesday, April 23,
11:30 a.m. at Temple Beth El,
Reugious Directory
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566, Rabbi Theodore Feldman, Hazzan Donald
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at
9:30 a.m. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each month.
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 a.m.
For information regarding Friday, Sundown services Mincha-
Maanv, 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.
cu'y Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torah class 5
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
Services at Center for Group Counseling, 22446 Boca Rio Road,
Hoca Raton, Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard Agler.
Sabbath Services Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
Mailing address: 950 Glades Road, Suite 1C, Boca Raton, FL
33432. Phone 392-9982.
TEMPLE ANSHEI SHALOM
ORIOLE JEWISH CENTER
7099 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33446. Con-
sk j8, hone 495-466 nd 495-1300. Rabbi Jordan H.
^nepard, Cantor Abraham Perlmutter. Sabbath Services:
r naay at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Daily services 8:30 a.m.
""Qop.rn.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Florida 33432. Reform.
rnone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Assistant Rabbi
Gregory S. Marx, Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Eve Services
at 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
0 anm- a"41 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 6:16 p.m., Sunday
c7 a;m- and 5 P-m. Rabbi Donald David Crain. Phone: 483-
N*7. Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor.
TEMPLE EMETH
va?il,Wnu Atlant>c Ave., Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Conser-
1 ini,ve. Phone: 498-3536. Rabbi Elliot J Winograd. Naftaly A.
mkovsky, Cantor. Sabbath Serivces: Friday at 8 p.m.,
^turday at 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
TEMPLE SINAI
4^5 West Atlantic Ave. (Between Congress Ave. and Berwick
r8?'. Delray Beach, Florida 33445. Reform. Sabbath Eve.
ervices, Friday at 8:15 p.m. Sat., 10 a.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver,
I rres'dent Samuel Rothstein, phone 276-6161.
333 S.W. 4th Ave., Boca. The
cost is $6.50 per person. For
reservations, call Marion, 426-
3026 or Natalie 483-2224. Also
plan to attend their installation
of officers at a luncheon at
L'Hexagone Restaurant, Boca,
Wednesday, April 24, 12:30 p.m.
The cost is members $7, guests
$9. For reservations call Mickey
941-1671 or Norma 482-7772.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
Women's League for Israel,
Natanya South Chapter will hold
their final meeting of the season,
Wednesday, April 24, 12:30 p.m.
at Temple Emeth, 5789 W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. A special
dramatic program com-
memorating Eleanor Roosevelt's
100th birthday will be presented
by actress Sarah Filner. Friends
and men are welcome." For
further information, call Sylvia
Kirschner, 498-4439.
NCJW
National Council Jewish
Women, Boca-Delray section will
hold their next meeting, Wed-
nesday, April 24, 8 p.m. at a
member's home. This meeting is
entitled "Hooking with Karen.
For further information call 368-
1256.
ARMDI
American Red Magen David
for Israel Beersheba Chapter will
hold their next meeting, Sunday,
April 28 at B'nai Torah, 1401
N.W. 4th Ave., Boca. Collation,
dancing, and entertainment will
take place after the meeting.
American Red Magen David
for Israel Ramat Gan Chapter
will hold their next meeting
Friday, April 26, 12:30 p.m. at
the American Savings Bank, W.
Atlantic Ave., Delray. Refresh-
ments will be served and all are
invited to attend. For in-
formation, call Mark Silverton at
499-4706 or M. Lutzker, 499-
2471.
HADASSAH
Hadassah Ben Gurion will hold
their donor lunch at Boca Pointe,
Thursday, April 25, 12 noon. For
information call Pearl Glassberg
499-3243. Make your reservations
now for a three-day bus trip to
Epcot, May 13-15. For details call
Bea Keller 499-4874 or Ida
Feldman 499-4985.
ORT
Women's American ORT All
Points Chapter will attend a
matinee at the Caldwell Theatre,
Saturday, May 4 at 2 p.m. for
George Gershwin show. The cost
is $11 per person. Call Dolly 499-
4851 for information.
Women's American ORT
Defray Chapter is presenting The
George Gershwin Revue at the
Caldwell Playhouse on Saturday,
April 27, matinee. For reser-
vations, please call Ann
Lowinger 499-2343 or Nettie
Meyerson 499-3772.
Women's American ORT Boca
Highland Chapter will hold a
brunch and meeting on Thur-
sday, April 25, 11:45 a.m. in the
cadroom at Boca Highland,
Braemer Isle, 4740 S. Ocean,
Highland Beach. Roz Schneider
will be the hostess. An in-
teresting program is planned and
everyone is welcome.
Women's American ORT
Delpointe Chapter will hold their
next meeting, Tuesday, April 23,
12:30 p.m. at Temple Sinai, 2475
W. Atlantic Ave., Defray. The
program will feature Jewish
Humor and Songs by Phil
Warshafsky, accompanied by
pianist Al Friedler. Refreshments
will be served and all are
welcome. For information call
498-9869.
Women's American ORT Pines
of Defray North Chapter will hold
their next meeting, Monday,
April 22, 12:30 p.m. at the Adult
Recreation Center, 801 N.E. 1st
St.. Delray. Their program will
feature singer Alex Redhill
Kveryone is welcome. Hagels and
coffee will be served.
JWV
Jewish War Veterans Post 266
and Defray Ladies Auxiliary Post
266 will hold their next meeting.
Thursday. April 25, 7 p.m. sharp
at Congregation Anshei Emuna,
16189 Carter Rd., Defray.
NA'AMAT
Pioneer Women Zipporah Club
of Defray will hold their next
meeting, Tuesday, April 23, 12
noon in the American Savings
Bank, W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
The program will be slides and
narration on Preserving the
Environment. New members are
urged to call 499-1789 for in-
formation. Refreshments will be
served.
Pioneer Women Kinneret
Chapter will celebrate Israel
Independence Day at their next
meeting, Monday. April 22, 12:30
p.m.at the clubhouse in Palm
Greens, Defray. Members will
light six candles, each candle
commemorating one million of
the six million who perished
during the holocaust. Survivor
Clara Hilt will speak on "The
Holocaust and its Effect on
Jewish Life." Refreshments will
be served. Also, plan to attend
their annual Donor Luncheon at
Crystal Lake Country Club,
Pompano Beach, Thursday, April
25. Councilman Doud will be the
guest speaker. The Shalom
Dancers will provide the en-
tertainment.
B'nai Mitzvah
Seth Schwartz
SETH SCHWARTZ
Seth Schwartz, son of Eileen
Joseph and Morty Schwartz, was
called to the Torah at Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bar
Mitzvah on Monday, April 8.
Seth is an eighth grade student
at Potomac School and attends
the Temple Beth El Religious
School.
Family members sharing in the
simha were grandparents Alvina
Joseph and Lawrence Joseph
Lazar, both of Boca Raton.
Seth's parents hosted a Kiddush
in his honor following services.
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