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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Vol. 11, no. 27 (Sept. 13, 1985)-
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Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Feb. 20, 1987 called no. 4 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Mar. 31, 1989 called no. 12 in masthead and no. 13 in publisher's statement.
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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THE VOICE OF
THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY OF
PALM BIACH
COUNTV
"Jewish floridian
^ 0 OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
VOLUME 13 NUMBER 10
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 6,1987
PRICE 35 CENTS
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Shamir: Coalition
Threatened 4*
IEWS
Cantor Norman Brody of Temple Beth El
leads the Hatikvah and Star Spangled Ban-
ner to kick-off the Mobilization Day for
Soviet Jewry. The rally on behalf of Soviet
Jewry waa aimultaneoualy held on Feb. 26
at the Palm Beach County Government
Center courtyard, in citiee throughout the
United States and in 43 coaatriee all over
the world. Organized by B'nai B'rith Inter-
national, B'nai B'rith Women, Anti-
Defamation League, B'nai B'rith Hillel,
and B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, 41
speakers at the local rally called attention
to the plight of Soviet Jewry. Two hundred
names of refuseniks were read from a new
telephone book size B'nai B'rith publica-
tion which lists the names and current
situation of over 11,000 Soviet Jews
wishing to emigrate but denied the right to
do so. The reading of the whole bat of
names waa completed at rallies throughout
the world in order to send a message to the
Soviet authorities that the harsh conditions
under which Soviet Jewry currently exists
will not be forgotten by their brothers and
sisters in the West.
After a stormy Cabinet ses-
sion last Sunday, Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir said
that Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres' support for an interna-
tional peace conference was
threatening the coalition
government.
In talks with Egyptian Presi-
dent Hosni Mubarak held in
late February, Peres proposed
an international forum on the
Israeli-Arab dispute. Although
this initiative was embraced by
Mubarak, it was opposed by
Shamir.
It was reported that Shamir
is saying that the coalition
could break up unless the two
major parties agreed to follow
a similar policy.
"There are government
guidelines on policy, either we
act according to agreed
guidelines or we part com-
pany," Shamir was quoted as
saying.
During the two-day trip to
Cairo, Peres and his Egyptian
counterpart Ahmed Esmat
Abdel-Maguid issued a joint
statement calling for "the con-
vening in 1987 of an interna-
tional conference leading to
direct negotiations."
When Peres returned to
Israel, he made clear to
reporters that the issues of
Palestinian representation and
Soviet participation had yet to
Continued on Page 5
Syrian Intervention In
Beirut Worries Israel
Lamport To Chair
Super Month Underway
In an attempt to reach out to
those who traditionally leave
the Palm Beaches prior to
Passover, Super Month has
been established. The an-
nouncement was made by
Jeanne Levy, General Chair-
man of the 1987 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign, who has appointed
Marilyn Lampert to chair this
effort being coordinated with
Super Sunday '87. The all day
phonathon on Mar. 22 from the
Airport Hilton will call
thousands of contributors who
have not as yet made their
commitment to the 1987 fund
raising drive.
Mrs. Levy said, "It is very
important for us to contact all
those people who will not be in
town on Mar. 22 to include
Inside
Calling All Collage
Studcents...page 3
Hoffman Named to Head
Budget and Allocations
committee ... page 3
MkJrasha Offers Forum On
Teenage Suicide...
page 15
Horrors Of Treblinks
Recounted... pa
them in demonstrating their
commitment for Jews m need
locally, in Israel and around
the world. Therefore, the four
weeks preceding Super Sun-
day '87 have been designated
as Super Month. I am very
pleased that Marilyn has ac-
cepted this new position. Her
dedication and commitment
over many years working on
behalf of our local Federation
will serve this community well
as she undertakes this impor-
tant new assignment."
Mrs. Lampert noted that she
and her committee are already
calling those who have been
identified in this new category.
"Our preliminary calling will
insure that when all the con-
Continned oa Page 8
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The intervention into Beirut
late last month of a substantial
Syrian army force has put
Israel on the alert, but so far
there appears to be no inten-
tion to interfere.
The Syrian move was
discussed at a meeting of the
Inner Cabinet, and the
Knesset's Foreign Affairs and
Security Committee was brief-
ed by Defense Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin on the latest
developments.
The Inner Cabinet, compos-
ed of 10 senior Ministers
five Labor and five Likud
convened under the chairman-
ship of Vice Premier Shimon
Peres. A statement issued
later said that while Israel ob-
jects to the expansion of
Syria's involvement in
Lebanon, it plans no action at
this time, but will watch the
situation carefully and will
make sure the security of its
northern borders will not be
compromised.
RABIN SAID there is
nothing that requires Israel to
reach any decision now.
Speaking to reporters after
briefing the Knesset commit-
tee, he said there would be no
Continued on Page 7
Residents of Indian Spring recently attended
a Dinner Dance at their country club given on
behalf of the 1987 Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign. Shown above are Mr. Joe E. Berk, Co-
chairman of the Indian Spring Campaign;
Mrs. Joe E Berk; Mrs. Marvin Fredkove; Mr.
Marvin Fredkove, Co-Chainnan of the Indian
Spring Campaign; and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Butan, Dinner Dance Chairmen.
See additional photos page 10-11.
Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center 1986 Annual Report Insert

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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
Looking Back
25 Years of Local
Jewish Federation History
1980-81
Alan Shulman serves his second and third year as
President. Barbara Gordon Green in 1980 and Cynnie List
in 1981 head Women's Division.
Chaplain Aide program developed from Friendly
Visitors.
Midrasha Judaica High School established.
Plans completed for new site of Jewish Community Day
School on Parker Avenue.
Jordan PLO Session
Eleven months after Jor-
dan's King Hussein ejected
him from the country, PLO
second-in-command Khalil
Wazir (Abu Jihad) returned to
Jordan last month for discus-
sions with Minister for Oc-
cupied Land Affairs Marwan
Doudine. The meetings were
initiated when Saudi Arabia
contributed $9.5 million to an
Arab League fund for the
Palestinians administered
jointly by Jordan and the PLO.
Although the PLO executive
committee had expressed hope
for broader political ties with
Jordan, Doudine emphasized
that the meeting did not mean
a resumption of cooperation
between the two sides.
(Near East Report)
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Women's Division
cordially Invites you to a
Brunch
and a program entitled
"Dor Le Dor From
Generation To Generation"
In support of the
1987 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
United Jewish Appeal Campaign
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11,1987 9:30 a.m.
GOVERNORS CLUB
Phillips Point
777 South Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
Special guest speaker
ALICE GOLEM BO
Actress, Golda Meir's Grandniece and
Consultant to tha Playwright of "Qolda"
Minimum Commitment $365
to the UJA/Jawlsh Fderation of
Palm Beach County
Woman's Ditlelon Campaign
Couvarl $1$pot paraon
Includaa brunch, program
and parking.
R.S.V.P. Faya StoMat, $32 2120.
Women's Division 1981-83
By LOUISE ROSS
It may have been a period of
"firsts' for Women's Division,
but it was the "third" time
that Cynnie List headed the
organization since its incep-
tion. When there was a need,
she was there to help with her
expertise and commitment.
"By the second year of my
administration (1983), we were
going gang busters. It was
really exciting. This was big
business we were now a
larger community and were
reaching out to a lot more
women, remembered Mrs.
List.
The diversified range of
Women's Division programm-
ing was marked by bow tradi-
tional successes and in-
novative "firsts," according to
Mrs. List. As she recounted
those active and productive
years, most programs she
listed were preceded by "it
was our first. ."
In 1983 seven represen-
tatives from the Business and
Professional Women's Net-
working Group went to Israel
on the first Cameo UJA Mis-
sion for B and P Women. "We
were one of the first local com-
munities to sponsor this trip
comprised of similar women
from all over the country.
Many of our women who went
on this misison are in leader-
ship roles today," Mrs. List
said proudly.
Believing that the ability to
lead an organization is a lear-
nable skill, Mrs. List encourag-
ed Women's Division to offer a
Leadership Skills Institute,
another first. Women from
Women's Division Board, as
well as those who sat on the
Executive Committees of
women's organizations
throughout the community,
had the opportunity to hone
their supervisory know-how.
To acquaint Women's Divi-
sion's Executive Committee
and Board of Directors with
the Federation's four
beneficiary agencies, Women's
Division conducted two Mini-
Missions. These educational on
location tours were the
forerunner of many more such
successful trips reaching out to
women from all over the
county.
To further the Women's
Cynnie List (seated, center) is joined by some of her Women's
Division Board of Directors during her Presidency in the ear-
ly 1980's.
Division Campaign, several
new events were instituted
under Mrs. List's administra-
tion. "This was the period
when we began our inaugural
Lion of Judah event that has
mushroomed in the ensuing
years. Our B and P women
had their first opportunity to
become involved in the Cam-
paign and we held a fund rais-
ing tennis tournament where
we presented the winners with
the Federation Cup," Mrs.
List said.
As a result of these and the
traditional Campaign events,
Women's Division's Campaign
topped the $1 million mark for
the first time in 1982 and has
continued to climb upwards
each successive year.
Mrs. List attributed her suc-
cess in promoting leadership
training, and innovative
outreach, educational, and
fund raising programs to the
lay and professional people
working alongside her. In the
Federation's 1983 Annual
Report, she wrote, "I have had
the opportunity of working
with a dynamic team of corn-
mi ted, capable and creative
women .. because of their in-
volvement and dedication, our
Women's Division proudly con-
tinues to play a major role in
our Federation and in the
overall development of our
Jewish community in Palm
Beach County."
Terrorist Had
Jewish 'Hit List'
ROME (JTA) Lebanese
terrorist Bashir Khodr,
sentenced last Sunday to 13
years' imprisonment for smug-
gling explosives into Italy, had
five Jewish targets on his "hit
list," two of them schools, ac-
cording to papers found in a
room he rented here before his
arrest at Milan airport Jan. 12.
THE TARGETS WERE the
ORT Scientific School and
Middle School; the editorial of-
fices of Shalom, monthly organ
of the Union of Italian Jewish
Communities; the home of its
editor; and the Jewish museum
located in Rome's main
synagogue.
Khodr was convicted after a
one-day trial for attempting to
smuggle 12 kilos of explosives
concealed in picture frames,
Easter eggs and a portable
radio. The citation read at his
sentencing stated that he in-
tended to use the explosives
for attacks on Jews. He also
was fined two million lire.
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Invites you to join us
1987 Young Adult/Leadership
Development Mission-To-lsrael
June 15-26
Experience the emotional
impact of Masada
Visit an absorption
center for Ethiopian
Jewry
Join other young singles
and couples between the
ages of 22-40 for 11
unforgettable days in the
homeland of our people
AN EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME
COME WITH US AND DISCOVER YOURSELF
For Information call:
Debbie Hammer or Mark Mendel at the Federation office,
832-2120


College Students On Spring Break
Live An Adventure In Israel With Otzma
Friday, March 6.1937/The Jewish Floridiao of Palm Beach County Page 3
This year's Spring Break for
college students may be more
than the usual time to relax
and get ready for the next
semester. Those who take time
out from their vacation to
learn more about the Otzma
project may find themselves in
Israel next August experienc-
ing an unforgettable year of
public service to their spiritual
homeland and the Jewish
people.
"We want to send our
special young adults to Israel,
educate them in the Hebrew
language and culture, ask
them to work with their hands,
their hearts and their minds,"
stated Milton Gold, Chairman
of the Otzma Committee of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, local sponsors
of the program. "Through this
wonderful and unique oppor-
tunity, our future leaders will
be assured."
According to Mr. Gold, by
exposing young volunteers to
the realities and complexities
of Israeli society, they will tru-
ly share in nation building.
Central to the Otzma project
is Ulpan and Kibbutz,
agricultural work on a moshav
and social service in a Project
Renewal community. But
something far more elusive
and special is also part of the
program. The young adults
Hoffman To Head Budget
And Allocations Committee
Helen Hoffman has been
named to chair the Budget
and Allocations Committee of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County. The appoint-
ment was made by Erwin H.
Blonder, President, who said,
"As Chairman of our Com-
munity Relations Committee
as well as in many other
capacities in Federation,
Helen has demonstrated her
expert leadership and outstan-
ding insight into the vital
issues confronting the Jewish
community today. I am
honored that she has accepted
this key position," stated Mr.
Blonder.
According to Dr. Hoffman,
Federation budgeting is a
basic partner in the communi-
ty planning process. "We will
be concerned with funding pro-
grams which will best serve
the total Jewish community.
To facilitate this process, we
will be consulting with our
beneficiary agencies (local and
overseas) to better understand
their needs as well as keeping
ourselves constantly aware of
community priorities as
established by the Federa-
tion's Board of Directors," she
said.
Dr. Hoffman noted that the
basic function of the Budget
and Allocation Committee was
to act as trustee for contribu-
tions to the Federation-UJA
Campaign to assure that the
funds will be used effectively.
"We also serve as trustee on
behalf of the community to
meet Jewish needs using
limited available resources.
We concern ourselves with ef-
Helen Hoffman
ficient and economical opera-
tions of all the beneficiary
agencies," Dr. Hoffman
stated.
Helen Hoffman is com-
pleting her third year as Chair-
man of the Community Rela-
tions Council.
Dr. Hoffman is a past Board
Member of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County.
Prior to her assuming the
chairmanship of the CRC, she
headed the Local Concerns
Task Force. She also is a foun-
ding member of the Palm
Beach County Ad Hoc Coali-
tion on Human Services and a
past President of the local
chapter of the American
Jewish Committee.
Currently, Dr. Hoffman is a
professor at Florida Atlantic
University Graduate School of
Public Administration. She
formerly was an assistant dean
at Rutgers Law School
specializing in industrial rela-
Continued on Page 5
THE WELLINGTON COMMITTEE
of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
requests the pleasure of your company at a
COCKTAIL RECEPTION
Sunday, March 8, 1987
at six o'clock in the evening
at the Wellington Club
featuring the music of the
RICK STUART ORCHESTRA
benefiting the
1987 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
United Jewish Appeal Campaign
Couvart $18 par paraon
R.S.V.P. Jack Karaite at tha
Minimum Gift. 160
Payable ovar one year
will be linked with an Israeli
family which will welcome
them, host them on holidays,
ease their cultural odyssey,
and provide emotional nourish-
ment. Another aspect of the
person to person experience
will be spending hours of con-
versations with some of
Israel's most talented and
creative people scientists,
politicians, educators, artists,
etc.
Young adults between the
ages of 18-24 can either par-
ticipate in Otzma during their
college years or when they
have finished their education.
"Where else for only $750 can
you spend almost a year in
Israel, have a marvelous ex-
perience, and rededicate
yourself to the Jewish peo-
ple?" asked Mr. Gold. "We
want to reach out to our
youngsters who are home on
Spring Break and let them
know of this outstanding
opportunity."
The deadline for registration
is Apr. 10. For more informa-
tion, contact Mark Mendel,
Director of Leadership
Development, at the Federa-
tion office, 832-2120.
It's Our Turn
to be the Heroes.,.
AS A SUPER SUNDAY VOLUNTEER YOU CAN PERFORM MIRACLES.
Super Sunday Heroes
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Support high quality educational
programs for our youth
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brethren in Israel
Provide aid to communities around
the world through the support of
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Palm Beach County-United Jewish
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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
Arab Arab-Baiting
Following the arrests in Los Angeles in late January of
seven Palestinian Arabs all Jordanian citizens and the
Kenyan-born wife of one of them, several Arab-American
representatives renewed charges that their community has
been singled out for harassment by the federal govern-
ment. One alleged "an obvious racist effort to incite fear
and violence" against Arab-Americans. He claimed the Los
Angeles case was meant to "create a precedent to allow the
rounding up, detention and expulsion of immigrants based
solely on their ethnic and political beliefs....
Reality, or self-induced hysteria?
Seven of those picked up by the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service, following an FBI investigation,
were described as members or associates of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The PFLP,
led by the pro-Soviet George Habash, is one of the three
core factions of the PLO, along with Yasir Arafat's Fatah
and Naif Hawatmeyh's Democratic Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine (DFLP). Habash's bloody brand of politics
can be seen in the fact that he attacks Arafat for being too
"moderate." His group was responsible for a number of
aircraft hijackings including the 1976 Entebbe piracy
and, reportedly, some of the attacks on U.S. Marines in
Beirut in 1983.
The FBI found no evidence that California PFLP sup-
porters planned to commit a violent act in the near future.
Instead, INS decided to seek their deportation on grounds
of immigration violations. One reason for the low-level ap-
proach, apparently, was to avoid publicity vuile Americans
continue to be taken and held prisoner by Arab terrorist
groups in Lebanon. Habash himself had urged the "liquida-
tion of U.S. interests throughout the Arab world" after
America's bombing of Libya last April.
INS denied the existence of any plan to round up and ex-
pel groups of Arabs in the United States. It did
acknowledge contingency planning to deal with possible
outbreaks of terrorism in this country. Nevertheless, an of-
ficial of one Arab American group blasted away at
"wholesale character assassination based on ethnic
background.
INS officials in Los Angeles said they were ready to go
forward with the case. They should, not to discriminate
against any particular group, but to prove, if they can, that
acts punishable by deportation were committed.
But the larger issue alleged anti-Arab or anti-Islamic
harassment, deserves a separate discussion. The govern-
ment must be in the business of investigating terrorist
groups and their representatives on American soil. Sup-
port of a murderous group like the PFLP is a legitimate
cause for concern.
Underlying the larger issue is the fact that a considerable
amount of terrorism stems from the Middle East, is con-
ducted by Arab Moslems and is often sponsored by Arab
and Islamic states such as Syria, Libya and Iran. The
Islamic Jihad terrorist group chose its name not as an
advertising gimmick but as a statement of principle. So too
with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Some pro-Arab spokesmen pretend that to recognize
these points is to label all or most Arabs or Moslems as ter-
rorists. What they really want to do is to make honest
discussion of the problem impossible.
They may have additional reasons to cry wolf, to be Arab
Arab-baiters. They may hope to increase the generally
small memberships of their organizations by convincing
Arab Americans of a bogus governmental threat to their
status.
But real Arab Arab-baiting is going on today in the
Middle East. The siege of Palestinian Arab districts in
Lebanon by the Amal militia Shiite Arabs versus Sunni
Arabs has in recent months killed more than 500 people
and reportedly reduced starving Palestinians to eating
dogs and cats. One thing which makes the Shiites fight so
brutally is the memory of PLO brutality before Israel
ousted the PLO from Lebanon in 1982.
Those Arab American groups which insist on apologizing
for the PLO, which invite the likes.of Louis Farrakhan and
Yasir Arafat to address their conventions, which deny the
vioLut reality of much inter-Arab Middle Eastern politics,
which campaign more actively against Israel than for Arab
Americans do have a problem. And it is not U.S. govern-
ment harassment.
(Near East Report)
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Volume 13
the
Shamir's US. Visit
Possible Government Crisis,
Soviet Jewry Addressed
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Premier Yitzhak Shamir
wound up his official visit to
the U.S. Tuesday (Feb. 24)
with summations of the major
issues of concern to Israel and
world Jewry that engaged him
during the past 10 days here.
His last 48 hours in the coun-
try were packed with literally
end-to-end meetings with na-
tional and local Jewish com-
munity leaders, Jewish youth,
educators and religious
leaders. He addressed himself
repeatedly to the subject of
Soviet Jews who immigrate to
the United States rather than
to Israel. And, mainly in
response to the persistent
questions of reporters, he
Yitzhak Shamir
spoke frankly of the serious
rift betwen himself and Vice
Premier/Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres over an interna-
tional peace conference for the
Middle East to which Shamir
is adamantly opposed.
HE HINTED, on more than
one occasion, that if not resolv-
ed, that issue may well bring
down the Labor-Likud unity
coalition government.
Shamir spoke before the con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions here last Monday after-
ioon. On that night, he ad-
dressed 1,500 young leaders of
the New York Jewish com-
munity at Hunter College.
He described to both au-
diences his meetings in
Continued on Page 13
1987 Campaign
Major Events
MARCH
Mar. 8 Wellington Event
Mar. 11 Women's Division $365 Event
March 22 Super Sunday
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APRIL
April 26 Young Audit Division
INFORMATION: For more details on
Federation events, please call 832-2120.
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5 ADAR 5747
Number 10
ISRAEL, WITH THE WHOLE
FAMILY THIS YEAR
Discover your heritage together on a
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
FAMILY MISSION
JUNE 15-26,1987
The Family Mission Is The Richest Resource For Teaching Your Children
The Spirit And Challenge Of Israel And What It Means To The
Jewish People
Share With Your Children The Thrill Of Climbing
Masada, A Shabbat At The Western Wall
Visits To Kibbutzim And Israeli Military Bases.
For additional information, contact Ronni Epstein,
Director of Communications, at the Federation office, 832-2120.


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March 6
Hadassah Lee Vassil Hadassah Sabbath
March 8
Israel Bonds Palm Beach Country Chib Reception 4 p.m.
Temple Judea Men's Club Jewish Federation Well-
ington Event at Wellington Club 6 p.m.
March 9
Jewish Federation Women's Division Meeting -10 a.m.
Women's American ORT Royal -12:30 p.m. Jewish War
Veterans No. 750 8 p.m. Women's American ORT -
Lake Worth West board 9:30 a.m. Women's American
ORT Palm Beach board 9:45 a.m. Brandeis University
Women Palm Beach West 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Women Boynton Beach noon United Order of True
Sisters board 10 a.m. and regular meeting 1 p.m.
Hadassah -Aviva noon Women's American ORT West
Bend Meed board 10 a.m.
March 10
Yiddish Culture Group Century Village 10 a.m.
Hadassah Lee Vassil board Hadassah Henrietta Szold
- board -1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav board 9:30
a.m. Temple B'nai Jacob Sisterhood 10:30 a.m.
Na'Amat USA Ezrat noon Women's American ORT -
West Palm Beach -12:30 p.m. Na'Amat USA Theodore
Herzl board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 2939 1 p.m.
Jewish Federation Women's Division Meeting -10 a.m.
Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood 8 p.m. Na'Amat USA
- Sharon noon Jewish Federation Chaplain Aides
Meeting at Morse Geriatric Center -1:30 p.m.
March 11
Jewish Federation Women's Division $365 Event at
the Governor's Club 9:30 a.m. Temple Emanu-El -
Adult Education Siyum 11 a.m. Lake Worth Jewish
Center Sisterhood -12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Yachad Unit
- 7:30 p.m. Hadassah Shalom board Brandeis Univer-
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3196 board 7 p.m. Women's American ORT North
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Jewry Committee Noon
March 12
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Young Adult Division
To Hold 3rd Business Executives Forum
Building on the first two suc-
cessful Business Executives
Forums, the Young Adult
Division of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County will
hold its third such event on
Thursday, Mar. 19,6-8 p.m., at
the elegantly restored Gulf
Stream Hotel, Lake Worth.
The announcement was made
by Bruce Alexander and David
Shapiro, BEF Co-Chainnen.
The Co-Chairmen noted that
the forums were fast becoming
a very successful business and
social networking vehicle. "At
each event more and more
young business and profes-
sional members of our Jewish
community find this an ideal
place to meet with each other,
exchange business cards, hear
about the latest business
developments, and become
part of a fast growing
organization. We look forward
to welcoming many new peo-
ple as well as those who con-
tinue to enjoy our Business
Executives Forum programs."
The Forum is sponsored by
the Young Adult Division in an
effort to encourage further
participation in the Jewish
Federation and the enhance-
ment of the Jewish community
through the development of
new business opportunities
and an awareness of Jewish
and business related topics.
Members of the BEF com-
mittee are P"hilip Balas, Bon-
nie J. Blate, Hewitt Bruce,
Terrance Cohen, Jonathan
Flah, Jacqueline Ipp, Morris
Kener, Steven Lippock and
Charlotte Morpurgo.
Additional committee
members are Peggy Mor-
purgo, Peter Morpurgo, Amy
Pearlman, Janet S. Reiter,
Audrey Rosenthal, Shelley
Sickerman, Fred Salomon,
Harvey White, Alan Zangen
and Donna Zeide.
Cost of the forum is $10 per
person including hors
d'oeuvres and a cash bar. For
more information, contact
Debbie Hammer, Young Adult
Division Director, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.
Bar Mitzvah Youth Receives
Letter From Soviet Twin
V
By LOUISE ROSS
The purpose of encouraging
Bar and Bat Mitzvah
youngsters to "twin" their
simcha with a Soviet 13 year
old is to highlight the plight of
Soviet Jewry. While a
religious ceremony is held here
to mark their passage into
adulthood, Soviet boys and
girls are denied this privilege
and responsibility.
Part of this "twinning" pro-
cess, sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, is having this com-
munity's children write to
their Soviet twin. Often this is
a one way exchange. A letter is
written to their Soviet
counterpart, no letter is
received in response,
discouragement sets in, and
the correspondence may come
to an end.
Thirteen year old Adam
Fischer, who will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea
on March 20, was skeptical
about the letter writing re-
quirement part of his "twinn-
Hoffman
Continued from Page 3
tions and has served as a labor
arbitrator. She is a founding
member of the Women's
Rights section of the New
York Bar and founding Chair-
man of its Rights of the Men-
tally Handicapped section.
For more information, con-
tact Susan Schwartz, Director
of Planning and Budgeting, at
the Federation office,
832-2120.
Coalition
Continued from Page 1
be resolved.
Egypt and Jordan want all
permanent members of the
United Nations Security Coun-
cil to take part in the con-
ference, but Israel rejects a
role for the Soviet Union
unless it renews ties with
Israel and allows greater
Soviet Jewish emigration.
Peres, after the Cabinet ses-
sion, vowed to continue his
peace efforts. "There is an
argument in the Cabinet and
every argument has a certain
amount of tension .. We're
continuing with the peace pro-
cess," Peres said.
Adam Fischer
ing" and told Rabbi Joel
Levine about his reservations.
"Of course, I ended up getting
a letter,' Adam said. He con-
siders himself most fortunate
to have received a reply from
his Soviet twin, Michael
Mermershtain of Ushgorod (or
Mike, as he signed the letter).
"I guess I was just lucky."
Perseverance, not luck, may
have been the key to Adam's
success. He wrote three letters
to Michael beginning this past
October. "I was very excited
(when I heard from him in
January). He said he received
two of my letters. He is 13
years old also, is in the sixth
grade, and says his favorite
subject is geography. He en-
joys collecting stamps, coins,
and little cars."
Adam and Michael
discovered that they shared a
love for sports, especially table
tennis. "I love playing ping-
pong. I really think I will get to
play with him sometime,"
Adam said. The letter is the
beginning of a bond that is for-
ming between the two Bar
Mitzvah boys, although
separated by thousands of
miles.
"Now I know he really ex-
ists. I feel like I can really talk
to him," Adam said.
Adam has already sent a rep-
ly to Michael and included his
Bar Mitzvah invitation.
Michael and his family are
refuseniks. His grandmother is
in Israel and Michael, his
parents, and an aunt and uncle
are now awaiting their exit
visas.
Through Adam's efforts, the
Soviets are now aware that the
Mermershtain family has a
contact in the West. By
highlighting their plight,
Adam may hasten their
emigration. He looks forward
to meeting his Soviet twin
soon in Israel and challenging
him to a fast-paced game of
table tennis.
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
'Home Start' Making Many New Friends
By LOUISE ROSS
It has been three months
since the Home Start pre-
school holiday program has
been offered locally under the
auspices of the Department of
Education of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County at a reduced price of
$20. Many families have taken
advantage of the discount of-
fer to introduce their children
to the Behrman House Jewish
education program, designed
for the whole family to share.
Those who have received the
package of colorful story
books, a play and learn
magazine, and a cassette tape
of songs and stories, all
centered around a Jewish holi-
day, are unanimous in their
praise for the program.
Representative of the young
families whose positive com-
ments are being received by
the Jewish Federation are
Julie Cummings and Mickie
Feller. The Cummings
children, Tony, 7, and
Caroline. 6, had been introduc-
ed to Home Start at their tem-
ple. "They used it in class last
year. It's great super," Mrs.
Cummings said.
She continued by saying that
the program makes learning
fun. "It is a real enrichment
[>rogram. The stories come to
ife at their level. My kids love
the cartoon characters, the
games we play ... it makes
them more excited about their
Jewishness."
Mrs. Cumming's children
receive Home Start seven
times a year. "I would en-
courage every Jewish parent
to buy it for their children. I
order additional material from
the Berhman House catalogue.
I definitely would encourage
anyone to buy it," she
stressed.
Mickie Feller believes that
Home Start is very beneficial
to her three-and-a-half year-
old daughter, Jody. "Although
she is exceptionally bright, she
doesn't understand everything
that is sent. But it starts
discussion and that's why I
wanted it. As she gets older,
we'll be able to do more of the
activities," stated Mrs. Feller.
The Chairman of Jewish
Education for the Federation,
Nathan Kosowski, noted that
this was an ideal time to order
Home Start either for one's
own family or as a gift. "With
Purim coming up on Mar. 15, it
is a reminder that when one
subscribes to this outstanding
Jewish education program,
they will receive materials
geared to the holidays
throughout the year. Parents
should not hesitate and order
the materials now so that they
will begin to receive Home
Start by Passover," he said.
A child can be enrolled in
Home Start at any time and
receive the complete cycle of
seven holiday mailings. To
order the program for use
locally and/or for further infor-
mation, contact Dr. Elliot
Schwartz, Education Depart-
ment Associate, at the Federa-
tion office, 832-2120.
Attending the recent national Anti-
Defamation League dinner at The Breakers
are Ethel and Irving Rubinstein, Sr., guest
of honor; Madame Bea Alexander,
Honorary Chairman, Palm Beach County
ADL Regional Board; and Michael C. Bur-
rows, Chairman, Palm Beach County ADL
Regional Board. Irwin S. Chanin was also
honored on his 95th birthday.
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY OF THE PALM BEACHES ....
IS GROWING FAST
WE NEED TO KNOW HOW FAST!!
THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
Is Conducting a "Demographic Study"
In Order To
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Determine the characteristics of the Jewish population
Identify crucial needs in our community
Plan programs and services to meet these needs, and
Identify community resources.
If you receive a call (January 22nd April 1st I. PLEASE STAY ON THE PHONE!
Your answers will help us BUILD a strong, viable Jewish community ....
.....Now and for many years to come.
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Children and their parents learn about Jewish holidays
through Home Start.
Justice Blackmun Urges
Vigilance To Defend
Religious Freedoms
FORT LAUDERDALE -
Supreme Court Associate
Justice Harry A. Blackmun
told Jewish community rela-
tions leaders recently that in
this year of the 200th anniver-
sary celebration of the United
States Constitution the wall of
separation between religion
and the state "is crumbling a
little."
Decrying what he termed
the "increasing tendency to
bring religion into govern-
ment," Blackmun, in his ad-
dress to the Plenary Session of
the National Jewish Communi-
ty Relations Advisory Council
meeting in Fort Lauderdale,
said that the Constitution and
the Bill of Rights "are our
roots for government and
political freedom ... and must
be protected every day and
constantly."
Religious freedoms and the
separation of church and state
are guaranteed by the "45 sim-
ple words of the First Amend-
ment ... which is fundamental
to our life as a nation,"
Blackmun said.
But he warned that these
freedoms, too, require cons-
tant attention. "We all ap-
preciate the problems which
seem to be inevitable when liv-
ing in a culture dominated by
those of another religious per-
suasion," the Justice told the
500 delegates to the NJCRAC
annual meeting.
"There is and must be a wall
of separation between religion
and the state," Blackmun said.
"But there are signs in the
cases, particularly on the
Supreme Court level, that this
wall is crumbling a little."
He cited the case of Lynch v.
Donnelly, in which the
Continued on Page 12

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Mayfair House
Over eighty residents of Mayfair House,
South Palm Beach, had the opportunity
recently to hear a first-hand report of the
situation of Jews in North African com-
munities who are being helped by the
American Joint Distribution Committee,
one of the many organizations receiving
allocations from the 1987 Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. The cocktail reception,
held at the Gezebo, was given on behalf of
the fund raising drive.
Murray and Bea Kern, co-hosts of the cocktail party, welcome
guest speaker (left) Vivian Levin who recently visited the
North African Jewish communities on a JDC fact-finding
mission. Mr. Kern serves as Co-Chairman of the Mayfair
House Campaign.
Also hosting the cocktail party were William
and Alice Vogel. Mr. Vogel is Co-Chairman of
the Mayfair House fund raising drive.
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"red line" drawn by Israel
with respect to Syrian
movements.
"Our position is clear. We
are opposed to the expansion
and deepening of the Syrian
military involvement in
Lebanon, that is, Beirut. We
follow, by means of in-
telligence, everything happen-
ing in Lebanon. We reserve
the right to act in case the
direct interests of the State of
Israel are harmed," Rabin
said.
The Israel Defense Force
meanwhile is keeping a close
watch on the situation.
Military analysts said if the
Syrians do not make any unex-
pected moves in Lebanon they
pose no danger to Israel.
It was noted that the Syrians
have not deployed surface-to-
air missiles in their new posi-
tions, and there are no signs of
any troop movements south
toward the Israel border.
ACCORDING TO Israeli
sources, Syria's motive in mov-
ing troops into West Beirut
was not simplly to restore law
and order, but to use the inter-
communal strife to its advan-
tage. President Hafez Assad
has reportedly allocated most
of the Syrian force stationed in
Lebanon to the West Beirut
operation.
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unhurried conversation and the chance
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
It's Our Turn To Be The Heroes
Super Sunday '87 March 22
The following people have
volunteered for Super Sunday '87.
Betty Abramowltz
Jewish Federation
Alta Bess Arons
Jewish Federation
Syd Auspitz
Jewish Federation
Ida Barton
Jewish Federation
Joshua L. Becker
Jewish Federation
Tlllle Becker
Hadassah
Harry Berger
Jewish Federation
Estelle Berger
Jewish Federation
Helen Bergida
Jewish Federation
Gerda Bettauer
Temple Emanu-EI
Gertrude Birnback
Jewish Federation
Lily Bondy
Hadassah
Ellen Bovarnick
Leadership Development
Debby Brass
Women's Division
Dorothy M. Brock
Na'Amat USA
Israel Andy Cohen
Boynton Beach Council
Sylvia Cohen
Boynton Beach Council
Evelyn Coleman
B'nai B'rith
Eric Crawford
Young Adult Division
Victor Duke
B'nai B'rith
Alice G. Effrat
Jewish Federation
Shirley S. Feldman
Jewish Federation
Dick Flah
Leadership Development
Barbara Friedlander
JFandCS
Leontine Friedman
Hadassah
Ann Gallubier
Temple Beth El
Esther Gastwlrth
Holocaust Survivor
Clara S. Seider Gershowltz
Jewish Federation
Claire Giber
Jewish Federation
Dan Giber
Jewiah Federation
Minna Gindes
Jewish Federation
William H. Glater
Temple Beth El
Faye Glater
Temple Beth-El
Milton Gold
Jewiah Federation
Sis Gold
Jewish Federation
Jerome J. Gross
Jewiah Federation
Hank Grossman
Community Relations Council
Esther F. Gruber
Women's Division
Tammy Hamberg
Jewish Federation
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Sandi Heilbron
Young Adult Division
Robert S. Herman
B'nai B'rith
Helen Hoffman
Community Relations Council
Arnold J. Hoffman
Jewish Federation
Michael Jacobson
Jewish Federation
Jack M. Karako
Jewish Federation
Taml Karako
Jewiah Federation
Irene Katz
Leadership Development
SonlKay
Leadership Development
Claire Kazinec
Leadership Development
Florence Kieff
Temple Beth El
Pearl Kline
Jewish Federation
Esther Koaowski
Women's Division
Artene Kramer
Jewish Federaton
Bonnie Krauss
Jewish Federation
Gall M. Kressal
JCC
Bemle Kuril
Jewish Federation
Terrl Kurlt
Jewish Federation
Arnold Lampert
Jewish Federation
Marilyn Lampert
Women's Division
llene Lampert
Jewish Federation
Joyce Lampert
Jewish Federation
Ed Lefkowitz
Holocaust Survivors
Arthur B. Leibovit
Jewish Federation
Mark Levy
Jewish Federation
Stacey Levy
Jewish Federation
Ann L Lipton
Jewish Federation
Karen List
Young Adult Division
Zelda Pincourt Mason
Women's Division
Esther Molat
Women's Division
Al Moskowltz
Jewish Federation
Tlllie Mutterperl
Temple Beth El
Rhea Passon
Jewish Federation
Nat Passon
Jewish Federation
Sarah Pfeffer
Jewish Federation
Molly Podorzer
Hadassah
Shirley Pomerantz
Jewish Federation
Edith B. Raboy
Jewiah Federation
Shirley Rauch
Jewiah Federation
Helen Rochman
Holocaust Survivors
Harold Rose
Jewish Federation
Peart Rose
Jewiah Federation
Dean J. Rosenbach
Jewiah Federation
Ula Rosenberg
Jewiah Federation
Isadora Roaoff
Volunteers for Israel
Helen Rothberg
Brandels
Mel Rothberg
Brandels
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Rosalind Rubenfeld
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Barnett Sakren
B'nai B'rith
Tiffany Sakren
B'nai B'rith
Edna H. Sands
Hadassah
Herman Sakowitz
Jewish Federation
Louis Schein
Jewish Federation
Rhoda Schein
Jewish Federation
Yetta Schneider
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Claire Schwartz
Jewish Federation
Syd Schwartz
Jewish Federation
Marcla Shapiro
Women's Division
Clifford Shapiro
Jewish Federation
Gertrude Shepard
Hadassah
Miriam Sherman
Jewish War Veterans
Carol Shubs
Leadership Development
Peppy Sllverstein
Women's Division
George A. Shlller
Jewish Federation
Adele Simon
Women's Division
Ruth Sommer
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George Splvak
Jewish Community Day School
Irene Splvak
Jewish Community Day School
Phyllis Stahl
Jewish Federation
Maishe Stein
Jewish Federation
Paula Super .' >
Hadassah
Nat Super
Hadassah
Tesse Sussman
Jewish Federation
Coleman Sussman
Jewish Federation
Marilyn David Topperman
JF and CS
Sam Wadler
Jewiah Federation
Susan Wolf-Schwartz
Women's Division
Muriel Wollnsky
Brandels
Rose Young
Women's Division
Morris Zlpkin
Jewish Federation
Alice Zlpkin
Women's Division
Rachel Zymeck
Temple Beth El
Super Month Underway
Continued from Page 1
tributions are totaled at the
end of Super Sunday, the addi-
tion of the Super Month effort
will make this part of the
overall Campaign even more
successful/' she said.
Serving with Mrs. Lampert
on the Super Month committee
are Ruth Berman, Milton and
Sis Gold, Albert and Renee
Goldstein, Joan Tochner, and
Mortimer and Anne Weiss.
Marilyn Lampert is a past
Super Sunday Co-Chairman.
As a member of the Women's
Division Board of Directors
and Campaign Cabinet, she is
in charge of Gift Retention.
She has held numerous posi-
Marilyn Lampert
tions in Women's Division in-
cluding Secretary. Mini-
Missions Chair, Associate
Campaign Chair, and
Nominating Committee Chair.
She also was Mini-Missions
Chair for Federation, Mrs.
Lampert is also active with the
Joseph L. Morse Geriatric hav-
ing served as Secretary of the
Board of Directors. She cur-
rently is a member of the
Center's Board, its Women's
Auxiliary Board, and the
Board of the Jewish Communi-
ty Day School.
For more information, con-
tact Douglas Kleiner, Cam-
paign Director, at the Federa-
tion office, 832-2120.
Youth Involvement Vital
Community involvement is
the cornerstone of Super Sun-
day. People of all ages, from
varied affiliations and from all
parts of the county will come
together on Mar. 22 at the Air-
port Hilton to raise funds for
the 1987 Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County-United
Jewish Appeal Campaign.
For the sixth consecutive
year, youth will play a vital
role in making Super Sunday a
success, according to Tammy
Hamberg and Michael Jacob-
son, Co-Chairmen of the Youth
Committee for Super Sunday
"Besides being indispensi-
ticipate throughout the day.
They are responsible for sor-
ting all cards and seeing that
those that need recalling are
recycled to telephone callers in
a later shift. The youth are in-
volved in serving
refreshments, telephone
number research, and blowing
up balloons. They will tie the
balloons to the chairs of those
telephone callers who receive a
new gift or an increased gift.
"We will be recruiting bet-
ween 60-80 young adults,
Continued on Page 13
'87.
ble to the smooth running of
Super Sunday, their commit-
ment of time, energy and
dollars gives them a sense of
Jewish involvement. From
youngsters like these, come
our future Jewish leaders,"
stated Ms. Hamberg.
Mr. Jacobson noted that on
Super Sunday, members from
Jewish youth groups as well as
unaffiliated youth will par-
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Organizations
B'NAI B'RITH
The next meeting of the Yachad Unit of Palm Beach
County N6. 5231 will be Wednesday, March 11, at 7:30
p.m. at Temple Emeth, 5780 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray
Beach FL 33445. Program "Israel Which Path To
Peace? Refreshments to follow meeting.
Tel Aviv Unit No. 5354 will hold its Annual Installation
of Officers and Board of Directors and celebration of its in-
auguration as a Unit on Tuesday, March 10, at 12:30 p.m.
at the Royce Hotel, West Palm Beach with a luncheon and
entertainment.
For reservations and further information, call Lou
Berman.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Menorah Chapter will hold its Paid-up Membership Lun-
cheon on Tuesday, April 7 at noon at the Sheraton Hotel,
Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Installation of new officers will
take place. An interesting program and fine entertainment
is scheduled. For more information call Irma Haas, West
Palm Beach.
HADASSAH
Aviva Chapter will meet on March 9 at noon at the Free
Methodist Church on Dillman Road off Jog Road. The
Board will meet at 10:30 a.m. The "Silvertones" will per-
form with a variety of music. Refreshments will be served.
All are welcome to attend.
Cypress Lakes invites you to attend their regular
membership meeting Wednesday, March 25, 12:30 p.m. at
American Savings and Loan, West Dr., Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach. Featured highlight of the program will
be a fashion show with women's apparel from Lisa's Ltd.,
West Palm Beach. A mini-luncheon will be served.
Coming events:
April 1, Day On The Town
April 27-30, Las Vegas Fling
Henrietta Szold Chapter will hold a general member-
ship meeting on Tuesday, March 17, 1 p.m. at Auditorium
of Lakeside Village, Palm Springs.
Program: Ruth Baron and Helen Toder, humorists, will
present a combination of Yiddish, humor, and wit.
All invited. Refreshments will be served.
Shalom W. Palm Beach is taking reservations for four
fun-filled days at the Lido Spa, March 29 to April 1. Take
advantage of a complete Spa package. For reservations,
contact Florence Siegel or Lillian Schack.
Tamar Royal Palm Beach Chapter will have the honor
of conducting Services at Temple Beth Zion, 129 Sparrow
Drive on Friday, March 6, starting at 8 p.m., and con-
cluding with the Oneg Shabbat.
Yovel Chapter will hold its membership meeting on
Thursday, March 19, noon, at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. The "Melodears" will present a musicale, "A Pro-
gram for all Seasons," directed by Fannie Ushkow and ac-
companied on the piano by Dora Rosenbaum. Members and
guests are invited.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
LADIES AUXILIARY
The Ladies Auxiliary No. 520 will hold its general
meeting on Monday, March 9, at the American Savings
Bank, West Gate of Century Village. There will be the in-
stallation of officers conducted by Lillian Weintraub,
Department President. A raffle drawing will be held at this
meeting.
SOUTH FLORIDA JEWISH CIVIL SERVICE
EMPLOYEES
The Chapter's monthly meeting will take place on Sun-
day, March 8, at 1 p.m. at the Community Meeting Room of
the Beach Bank, 4524 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach.
The guest speaker will be the Chapter's Public Relations
Chairman, Lou Martinez, Palm Beach County Director of
Human Resources; and his topic will be "Services for the
Senior Citizen."
Collation will be served prior to the commencement of
the meeting. The chapter is sponsoring a luncheon and card
party on Sunday, May 17, at the Oriental Express. Tickets
will be available at this meeting.
For information on membership and chapter, contact Sid
Levine, President, 2557 Emory Drive West Villa 'C,'
West Palm Beach.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
Century Chapter will hold its next meeting on March 12,
at Anshei Sholom, at noon, entertainment by Don Dacher
and her "Pageant of Jewish Holidays." All are welcome.
Coming events:
March 8 to 11, Trip to Shore Club Hotel.
March 19, Region Donor Luncheon at the Royce Hotel.
March 22, "Mother to Another" Luncheon on board the
Continued OB Page IS
Residents of three leisure and retirement
communities, Buttonwood, Buttonwood
West, and Lucerne Lakes, recently attend-
ed a breakfast at the Jewish Community
Day School given on behalf of the 1987
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-
United Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Buttonwood, Buttonwood West,
Lucerne Lakes
Campaign Chairmen and committee
members of the various communities are:
(standing) Ray Solomon, Buttonwood West
Committee; Harry Sher, Buttonwood
Chairman; Charles Carasik, Lucerne Lakes
Chairman; Dr. Howard Woocher and Stan
Wechsler, Buttonwood Committee; and
Sam Wadler, Chairman, Leisure-
Retirement Communities. Seated are:
Seymour Rosen, Co-Chairman Buttonwood
West; Sidney Laichtman, Buttonwood
West Committee; and Harold Rose, Co-
Chairman Buttonwood West.
i i
In The Spotlight
11
Women's Division Vice President
Marcia Shapiro
Education
As Education Vice President, Marcia Shapiro's repon-
sibilities encompass a myriad of events and services. As the
Women's Division year begins, Mrs. Shapiro oversees the
Presidents' Coffee. In addition she supervises and works
closely with the Co-Chairpersons of the Jewish Women's
Assembly, a major educational program. Mrs. Shapiro is
also in charge of Mini-Missions to the Federation's four
beneficiary agencies, Speaker Resource and Research and
General Educational Programming.
Marcia Shapiro is serving as WD Education Vice Presi-
dent for the second consecutive year. She has served as
Secretary, has been active over the years in the annual
Jewish Women's Assembly, and chaired Women's Division
Super Sunday effort in 1985.
Her devotion to Jewish communal service over many
years was acknowledged in 1985 when she received the
Judy Walzer Award for her numerous contributions to the
world-wide Jewish community. She formerly served as na-
tional Treasurer of Canada's Hadassah and was a Board
Member of the Jewish Federation of Montreal.
.


Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
Jeffrey L. Klein, Executive Director of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County, presents a Toshav Kavod award ^^^ ^ x 'V'^^
honorary resident certificate for Palm Beach County's Pro- Do^'*8 Kleiner, Campaign Director of the Jewish Federa-
ject Renewal community of Hod Hasharon to Mr. and Mrs. t'on ^a'm Beach County, presents the Toshav Kavod award
Marvin Fredkove. to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Butan.
Indian
Spring
Dinner
Dance
Standing are Mr. Fred Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dansky, Mrs. Melvin Rutt,
and Mr. Herman Freshman. Seated are Mrs. Fred Kaplan, Mr. Melvin Rutt
and Mrs. Herman Freshman.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney November and Mr. and Mrs. Macy Siegler.
Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Carrel and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Malkin.
V -
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Berk, Mrs. Esther Nutik, Mr. Harry Hill
and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Muaen. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Frank.
Mrs. Harry Hill and Ms. Shari Hill.
Standing are Dr. Harry Farb, Mr. and Mrs. Hy Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Silverman. Seated are Mrs. Harry Farb, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sepner
and Mr. and Mrs. David Goldberg.
Standing are Dr. Allen Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxon, Mrs. David
Gerb, Mrs. Lawrence Schwartzenberg, and Mr. David Gerb. Seaed are Mrs.
Allen Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Edelstein, and Mr. Lawrence
Schwartzenberg.
Standing are Mr. David Guttman, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Salitan and Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Ley. Seated are Mrs. David Guttman, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kohleriter.
lESSft^to'Si $*' M0,Ti8 Gudwin *d **. and Mr.. Sidney Horwitt.
Araow. "' Lawrence Rubenstein and Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Ifa!l!IllrlI!!S,Mli^5 """. **' *** M- Ross^Barzelay, Mr. Mar
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greenspoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maxon, and Mr. and
Mrs. David Gerb. Not pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Hy Shugar, Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Katz, and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rothbaum.
Standing are Judge Daniel Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Adelman and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Streem. Seated are Mrs. Daniel Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Felsher and Dr. and Mrs. Savin Cohen.
Standing are Mrs. Murray Lippman, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rosenblatt and Mr.
Leonard Feldman. Seated are Mr. Murray Lippman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kroll
md Mrs. Dorothy Levine.
Standing are Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abrams and
Mr. and Mrs. David Siglin. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. D. Harold Bittennan and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kaye.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feiner and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wassner.
Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Wirtheimer and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Penn.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Burton Federman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Weinberg and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fishkin. Seated are Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Hendel and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weinstein.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Beck. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Sillen and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schupper. Not pictured are Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Finkelson.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Stern and Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Bntan. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkof and Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Hirahfield.
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Blair Ruben and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Friedland
Seated are Mr. and Mrs. David Shapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Hindley
Mendelsohn. __LX_ _
Continued on Page 12


Page 12 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
Four Honored At
Brotherhood Luncheon
The Brotherhood Committee
of the Palm Beaches and En-
virons ended its 1987 program
during Brotherhood Week
recently. At a luncheon for
more than 350 participants,
four community leaders were
awarded Woman or Man of the
Year Brotherhood plaques.
They were Reverend Pamela
Cahoon, Dr. Helen Hoffman,
Thomas Kelly and Reverend
Frank Satchel.
Also recognized were
youngsters from our Palm
Beach Schools. They were
granted United States Savings
Bonds for their Brotherhood
poster creations. The awards
were presented by Schools
Supt. Thomas Mills and Palm
Beach artist, Edna Hibel, who
judged the contest.
After pledging support of
Governor Bob Martinez' Pro-
clamation of Brotherhood for
the State of Florida, which
was issued for the fourth
straight year, the assemblage
was reminded of the ugly
racial incidents of recent
weeks in Howard Beach, New
York and Forsyth County,
Georgia. They were urged by
Executive Chairman Murry
Weinman, to intensify their ef-
forts to, "Reach out and touch
somebody's hand. Make this a
better world if you can."
Master of Ceremonies, Lu-
ciano Martinez, acknowledged
the fine committee work of the
following leaders who helped
to insure the success of the
function. They were Sam and
Libby Benoff, Perry Fried-
man, Pearl and Morton Fuchs,
Sonia and Lester Gold, Sylvia
and Arthur Radwin and Pearl
and Murry Weinman.
Brotherhood Award honorees are (left to
right) Thomas Kelly, former editor of the
Palm Beach Post; the Reverend Pamela A.
Cahoon, Director of Christians Reaching
Oat to Society for the United Methodist
Church; Dr. Helen G. Hoffman, Chairman
of the Community Relations Council of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
and the Reverend Frank R. Satchel, pastor
of Payne Chapel of the African Methodist
Episcopal Church. Marry Weinman is Ex-
ecutive Chairman of the Brotherhood
Committee.
Indian Spring
Continued from Page 11

Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kantor and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Sepinuck. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Swyer and Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Herman.
Standing are Mrs. Edward Isaacs, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Deutsch and Mr.
Bernard Mann. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rudnick, Mrs. Louis Soreff
and Mrs. Bernard Marin.
Justice Blackmun
Continued from Page 6
Supreme Court, by a 5-to-4 rul-
ing, upheld the constitutionali-
ty of the erection of a creche
on public property. In his dis-
sent in that case, Blackmun
had argued that non-
Christians would be alienated
by the inappropriate display of
a sacred symbol. But the ma-
jority found no conflict in this
situation with the establish-
ment clause of the First
Amendment which prohibits
Congress from making any law
"respecting an establishment
of religion.
The Justice asserted that the
First Amendment states
"Congress shall make no law"
establishing a religion or pro-
hibiting the free exercise of
religion. "It doesn't say Con-
gress may make a little law,"
Blackmun added.
He said he did agree that
sometimes there is conflict
between that principle and the
rights of individuals to have
their religious needs
accommodated.
He cited the case of
Goldman v. Weinberger, in
which the Court upheld the
U.S. Air Force argument that
an Orthodox Jewish
psychologist could be ordered
not to wear his yarmulke while
on active duty. In his dissent,
Blackmun wrote that the
Government's failure to ac-
commodate minority religious
needs meant "special treat-
ment for mainstream religions
precisely because they are
conventional."
Blackmun added that the
courts will continually be call-
ed upon to decide cases involv-
ing church and state, and to
determine the equilibrium bet-
ween the establishment and
free exercise clauses of the
First Amendment. But, he
said, the "45 simple words" of
the First Amendment" are a
source of strength we would
rather not be without."
*
Standing are Mr. and Mrs. Sunnier Greengross and Mrs. David Karp. Seated
are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lief and Mr. and Mrs. Zalmon Wallack.
Organizations
Continued from Page 9
yacht, "Spirit," lunch, transportation, entertainment.
West Palm Beach Chapter will meet Tuesday, March 10
Sn 4?"m; at ConP"egation Anshei Sholom, Century
Village, Teddy Blinder will present a book review on
Belonging by James McNeish.
Coming events:
Sunday, March 8, at 2 p.m., "Habimah Players" at the
Lrestwood Community Middle School, Royal Palm Beach
Contact Anne Cohen, Wellington M. 114 Century Village.
April 3 to April 6, Holiday at the Regency Spa, Bal
Halbour. Contact Anne Sporn, Norwich N 827, C.vT
iLAprijT28' .Luncheon at Frances Langford and boatride on
the St Lucie River. Bus transportation. Contact Rose
Samuelson, Bedford C 64 C.V. or Frieda Abel, Norwich D
oy, t.v.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL
mT!?eFlorid^?legio"is P,anning a Heritage Grand Givers
Club Annual Dinner Dance to take place at 5 p.m. on Sun-
day, March 8 at the Bonaventure Country Club 200
Bonaventure Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. Muriel Lunden.'wLI
National President will be guest of honor and Anna
Neiditz, National Heritage Club Chairman, will be the
guest speaker.
55 HSri<5? Club is made UP of members of WLI who
donate $1,000 each with the aim of enrolling 1000
members thereby reaching a goal of one-million dollars.
These funds are raised in support of four Group Homes in
Israel, namely in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalme and Nathanya.
i hey are for economically underprivileged girls where WLI
house feed and educate them for occupational in-
dependence and where they are taught to become self-
sustaining and productive Israelis.
There will be entertainment and music by Mike Rosa.


Government Crisis,
Soviet Jewry Addressed

Friday, March 6, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
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Continued from Page 4
Washington with President
?agan and other top ad-
linistration officials, and
spoke in glowing terms of the
state of U.S.-Israel relations,
[t is "great, close and very
riendly," Shamir declared.
He disclosed that he told
at their White House
neeting that, contrary to some
eports, the U.S. has not lost
prestige in the Middle East
nd is still the most important
or in that region.
"THE ARABS know that
without the U.S. nothing could
be achieved in the Middle
East," the Premier declared.
He said he assured the Presi-
dent that the U.S. enjoys the
| confidence of Israel and most
I of the Arab nations. "I think
that the Administration ac-
cepted my approach and my
assessment" of the Middle
East situation, Shamir told his
audiences in New York.
He acknowledged that the
Administration takes a dif-
ferent view on an international
conference, but said he found
many reservations in official
Washington toward such a
forum in which the Soviet
Union would most likely par-
ticipate. He stressed that in his
opinion there is only one way
to achieve peace for the Middle
East direct negotiations.
"The U.S. will go for an inter-
national peace conference as a
way of bringing about direct
talks between the parties,"
Shamir said.
The issue has divided the
Israeli government. Peres ad-
vocates Israel's participation
in such a conclave. In a brief-
ing for Israeli journalists Tues-
day, Shamir indirectly accused
the Foreign Minister of
violating government
guidelines.
"There have been and there
are different opinions between
the two parties (Labor and
Likud) which make up the
government," Shamir said.
"In order to overcome that
problem, we have basic
guidelines of the unity govern-
ment. If there are crises in the
government, it is because so-
meone is not adhering to the
guidelines."
HE SAID he knew of Peres'
visit to Cairo, to meet with
Egyptian President Hosni
Mubarak. They discussed an
international peace con-
ference, which they agreed to
at their last meeting in Alex-
andria in September.
But nobody can impose a
position that is not accepted by
the cabinet and the Knesset,
Shamir declared. He indicated
that if a crisis arises and is not
solved, there is a possibility of
new elections in Israel.
Shamir also spoke to Soviet
Jewry activists and other com-
munity leaders. He is reported
to have said that Soviet Jews
who leave the USSR with visas
for Israel but go instead to the
U.S. "deceive1' not only the
Soviet government but the
Israeli government. He said
the Soviets have indicated
they are thus reluctant to in-
crease Jewish emigration. He
said ha .had pressed the Ad-
ministration in Washington to
stop granting the special
refugee status to Soviet
Jewish immigrants which
enables them to come to the
U.S. instead of Israel.
THE MEETING was closed
to the press. But several
Jewish leaders who attended
said afterwards that they
disagreed with Shamir's ap-
proach to the issue.
At a meeting with 70 Jewish
educators here, Shamir
observed that only 50 percent
of American Jewish school-age
children receive any kind of a
Jewish education. "Jewish
education makes a difference
in the future of the Jewish peo-
ple," he said. "The only way to
save our people is by providing
them with a Jewish
education."
Shamir warned that the lack
of Jewish education "is a
cultural disaster. We are going
to lose more Jews because of it
than we lost in the Holocaust."
He cited intermarriage,
assimilation and the influence
of other religions and cults on
many Jews as possible
consequences.
Shamir urged American
Jews to come to Israel on
aliya. He called specifically on
Reform and Conservative
Jews who complain of
discrimination in Israel to live
in Israel. There they can in-
fluence the decisions of the
Knesset and government and
participate in Israel's political
life, he noted.
Ham berg
Jacobson
Kurit
Mullens
Youth Involvement Vital
Continued from Page 8
many of whom keep coming
back year after year. In fact,
they have such a good time and
are so involved in what they
are doing, that many of them
stay after their shirt is up,"
stated Mr. Jacobson.
To facilitate recruitment of
youth volunteers and to in-
volve the young adults of the
community in raising funds for
Super Sunday, a dance will be
held on Wednesday evening,
Mar. 18, at the Jewish Com-
munity Day School (during
Spring Break). Co-chairing
this event are teens Eric
Kurit, Eddie Mullens, and
Rachel Pevsner.
"We're really excited about
this opportunity to become
Super Sunday Heroes also,"
stated Eric. "In addition to
helping out on Super Sunday,
raising funds for the
Federation-UJA Campaign
makes us feel good about our
responsibility as Jews to help
other Jews in need."
Eddie noted that the $5 ad-
mission charge for the evening
would go to the Super Sunday
effort. "We are looking for-
ward also to signing up alot of
the teens who attend the dance
to help out on Super Sunday."
Rachel announced that the
theme for the dance was "An
Evening in the Park." "We'll
have an organ grinder with a
monkey, a not dog machine, a
pop corn machine and many
more reminders of a fun time
in a big city park. We'll dance
to the music of a local DJ along
with rock videos. We en-
courage all 8-12 graders to join
us for a great time dancing and
socializing as well as
demonstrating their concern
for the Jewish community."
Tammy Hamberg is a stu-
dent at Palm Beach Junior Col-
lege majoring in psychology.
She is presently interning at
Crossroads, an HRS shelter at
AG Holly Hospital. Having
moved here from Tampa
recently, this is her first in-
volvement with Super Sunday.
She is the USY and Chavarim
advisor for Temple Beth El.
Michael Jacobson is also in-
volved in youth activities. He
is the Youth Director of Tem-
ple Beth David, responsible for
their USY and Kadima youth
groups. This is his second year
of involvement with Super
Sunday. He teaches at
Midrasha Judaica High School
and is the Managing Funeral
Director at Menorah Gardens
and Funeral Chapels.
Eric Kurit, 16, is a junior at
North Shore and has
volunteered on Super Sunday
for the last two years. Eddie
Mullens, 13, is an 8th grader at
the Jewish Community Day
School where he is President
of the Student Knesset. Rachel
Pevsner, 16, a junior at Pine
Crest High School in Ft.
Lauderdale, is volunteering
for Super Sunday for the first
time.
Also serving on the Youth
Committee are Herman
Sakowitz and Tami Karako.
For more information, con-
tact the Federation office,
832-2120.
Swiss Teacher.
Retains Job
GENEVA (JTA) Mariette
Paschoud was not suspended from
her job as a Lausanne high school
teacher, although she publicly an-
nounced she doubted the ex-
istence of the Nazi gas chambers
during the Holocaust, but she can
no longer teach history.
The Council of the Vaud Canton
announced this decision of its in-
quest, begun seven months ago.
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insegnare (teach) you
how to select the best
pasta for your bambini
(children) and marito
(husband).
Everything you
need to know can
be summed up in
one word: ftonzorw
(old family name)
For over 70 years
Ronzonr* has used
only the finest, natu-
ral ingredients like
100% durum wheat
semolina in its pasta
Thats why all 70
different shapes
and varieties
have a wonderful
sapore (flavor) and
robustezza (robustness).
Ronzoni is also low in
cholesterol and has no
added salt And its certified
(y) Kosher and fiarve so its
perfetto (perfect)
with all your meat or
cheese sauces.
Before we say c/ao
(goodbye), please tell us
everything you've learned
Ready?
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Ronzoni Is So Good?
Eccellente (excellent).
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Page 14 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 6, 1987
Teachers Honored
For Dedication And Service
Awards were presented to the following teachers for their years of contribu-
tion to this community: Shoshana Scharf, Skip Paille, Peggy Leznoff, Rachel
Stein, Helen Schwartz and Marilyn LeRoy, Jewish Community Day School;
Ruth Levow and Mina Anafi. Temple Israel; Donna Block, Temple Judea;
Sedra Rutman, Elinor Newcorn and Bunny Brecher, Temple Beth David;
Muriel Stern, Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg, Temple Beth
Sholom; Molly Fenakel, Temple Beth Torah; Gail Kressal, Lynne Cooke, Bet-
ty Gray, Patty McCaulley, Florence Taylor, and Shirley Duffey, JCC Pre-
School; Herb Wilkenfeld, Temple Beth El; and Ann Lynn Lipton, Depart-
ment of Education.
JillilliaJili
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A luncheon in honor of Yom
Hamoreh (Teacher Recogni-
tion Day) was held recently
at Temple Israel. The Jewish
Education Committee of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County in cooperation
with the Educators Council
of Palm Beach County
granted awards to several
area teachers. Con-
gratulating Kavod Award
recipient Sedra Rutman of
Temple Beth David ia Nathan
Kosowski, Chairman of the
Jewish Education
Committee.
. -
Ann Lyan Lipton, Jewish Education Director of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, congratulates Peggy Lez-
noff of the Jewish Community Day School (seated) on receiv-
ing the General Studies Excellence in Teaching Award. Bar-
bara Steinberg, Director of the Day School and Chairman of
the Educators Council, is next in line to offer her
congratulations.
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Sam Hollander of Temple
Israel shares his joy with the
audience upon receiving the
Kavod Award.
Dr. Myles Cooley, chair. Temple Israel Education Committee,
presents the Incentive Study Grant to Patricia Morse, a
teacher at the Jewish Community Center's Karen Orr Pre-
school.
MIDKASHA JUDAICA HIGH SCHOOL
Invites you to join us
for our
"Forum Series" Spring Progroms
These programs ore open to oil Jewish teens and parents.
They ore designed to present information concerning important issues
that face teens and their families and to provide on environment in
which open, frank discussions can take place.
In a world full of pressures and problems, it is important for us all to
take some time to talk and listen to one another.
TEEN SUICIDE PREVENTION FORUM"
DATE: Wednesday. March 11, 1967
TIME: 8=15 p.m. 9:15 p.m. (Regular Social Hour)
PLACE: Merkaz of the Jewish Community Day School
/ 5801 Porker Avenue
West, Palm Beach, Florida
Co-sponsored by Jewish Family 6 Childrens Services
During the morning, workshops were held
for the teachers. Here teachers learn about
practical motivation techniques for Jewish
educators.
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\To Be Discussed At Midrasha Issues Forum MarVll
Recognizing Signs Of Teenage Suicide
By BARBARA FRIEDLANDER
MSW
Counseling: Program
Coordinator
at Jewish Family
and Children's Service
No topic frightens or con-
erns parents more than the
iibject of teenage suicide.
suicide is the second leading
:ause of death among
teenagers. What makes
snage suicide so difficult to
leal with lies in the nature of
ladolescence itself. During
"normal" adolescence,
Ichildren may appear moody or
show changes in their per-
sonality, which makes it dif-
ficult for parents to recognize
depression or suicidal thoughts
in their child.
Youth express depression in
different ways than adults.
Whereas adults may "feel"
depressed, a teenager is more
likely to "act" depressed. Ex-
amples of such behavior are:
temper tantrums, academic
problems, truancy, school
phobias, boredom, fatigue,
hyperactivity, eating pro-
blems, sleeping problems,
severe withdrawal, running
away from home, accident pro-
Foreign Minister Says Greece
Mulling Diplomatic Ties With Israel
ATHENS (JTA) Foreign
Minister Karlos Papoulias said
Monday, (Feb. 23) that Greece is
seriously considering establishing
full diplomatic relations with
Israel, according to media reports
from Brussels, where he was at-
tending a meeting of the Euro-
pean Economic Community
(EEC) Foreign Ministers. Israel is
presently represented here only
on the consular level.
The report quoted Papoulias as
saying that such a move was
under study and that action might
be taken during the latter half of
1988, when Greece assumes the
rotating chairmanship of the EEC
Council of Ministers.
Papoulias also reportedly
described as a bold political step
the EEC's decision to support an
international conference for peace
in the Middle East under United
Nations auspices.
He said it was a significant
Ambassador Meir Rosenne,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, will be in
Palm Beach on behalf of the
State of Israel Bonds at a
Cocktail Reception on Sun-
day, Mar. 8.
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move by the European community
to seek an end to the Middle East
conflict in view of the failure of
the United States to find a solu-
tion. He said the EEC Council of
Ministers also decided to offer
financial assistance to the Arab
population in the Israel-occupied
territories.
Barbara Friedlander
neness and delinquency.
These behaviors alone do not
indicate suicidal intention. You
need to listen to your child is
he talking about death or
showing an interest in wills or
funerals; is your child put-
ting his life in order, for exam-
ple is he giving away his
possessions; is he setting
unrealistic expectations or
goals, or is he discontinuing ac-
tivities that were once impor-
tant, for no reason.
As a parent, teacher or
friend, if you recognize these
behaviors in someone you
know, you need to get profes-
sional help for him. In order to
further educate students and
parents about teenage suicide,
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, in cooperation with
Midrasha High School, will be
providing a presentation on
Mar. 11, at 8:15 p.m. The pro-
gram is open to all parents and
students in the community. It
will be held at the Jewish Com-
munity Day School, 5801
Parker Avenue. For more in-
formation, call Barbara
Friedlander at 684-1991, or
Ann Lipton at 832-2120.
The State of Israel Bonds
and the congregation of Tem-
ple Beth El, West Palm
Beach, have announced that
Robert "Robbie" Fine will
receive land's prestigious
Shema-Yisrael Award at a
Testimonial Branch Sunday,
Mar. 8, 10:30 a.m., at the
Hyatt Hotel.


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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNrTY CENTER
The Comprehensive Senior Center, through a Federal
Gnat Title III of the Older Americans Act, funded by
Gulfrtream Area Agency on Aging, provides a variety of ser-
vices to persons 60 years or older, along with interesting and
entertaining educational and recreational programs. All
senior activities are conducted in compliance with Title VI of
the Civil Rights Act.
KOSHER MEALS
The Kosher lunch program
of the Jewish Community
Center is designed to keep per-
sons healthy physically and
mentally. Participants enjoy
delicious, nutritious foods that
are a result of carefully plann-
ed menus by our registered
Dietician along with varied
programs. There is no fee, but
contributions are requested.
Reservations must be made, so
please call either Carol or
Lillian at 689-7703.
Monday, March 9 Games
with Fred Bauman
Tuesday, March 10 A Mat-
ter of Choice Varicose and
Spider Veins
Wednesday, March 11 Ex-
ercise and Health Education
with Shirley Sheriff
Thursday, March 12 -
"Decade of Service"
Friday, March 13 A
celebration of Purim with Dr.
Elliot Schwartz.
Kosher Home Delivered
Meals Homebound persons
60 years or older who require a
kosher meal delivered to their
home are eligible. Each meal
consists of one-third of the re-
quired daily nutrition for
adults.
Persons who need meals for
a short period of time, until
their health returns, should
call the JCC at 689-7703 for in-
formation. There are no set
fees for meals in this program
but we ask each one to make
weekly contributions.
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is available
in our designated area for per-
sons sixty years of age or over
who do not use public
transportation who must go to
treatment centers, doctor s of-
fices, hospitals and nursing
homes to visit spouses, social
service agencies and nutrition
centers. We service the han-
dicapped in our special lift
vehicle. There is no fee for this
service but participants are en-
couraged to contribute their
fair share. Reservations must
be made at least 48 hours in
advance. For more informa-
tion and/or reservations,
please call 689-7703 and ask
for Helen or Lillian in the
Transportation Department,
between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
CLASSES AND
ACTIVITIES
Weight Control. Mondays
at 1:45 p.m.
Stress Management.
Tuesdays at 1:15 p.m.
Exercise and Health
Education. Wednesdays at 10
a.m.
Speak Out. Wednesdays at
1:15 p.m.
Writers Workshop. Fridays
at 10 a.m.
Great Decisions. Thursdays
at 2 p.m.
Intermediate Bridge
Series. Wednesdays at 1:30
p.m.
Timely Topics/Round Table
Discussion Group. Mondays
at 2 p.m. Moderators: March 9,
Jesse Zell Laurie; March 16,
Harry Epstein
Speakers Gab. Thursdays
at 10 a.m.
Fan with Yiddish. Mondays
at 10 a.m.
Tax Assistance. Wednesdays
at 10 a.m.
Health Insurance. On third
Thursday of each month.
Please call for appointment or
information.
VOLUNTEER
NEWS AND VIEWS
Volunteers come to the
Jewish Community Center
each day and perform many
essential tasks. Your exper-
tise, skills and help are always
welcome. Please call Carol at
689-7703 for an appointment.
Volunteers needed:
1.Senior Programs
Historian
2. Telephone Receptionists
3. Clerical Workers
4. Artist in Residence
5. Retired Teachers and
other professionals who want
to develop their "own thing"
to share with and stimulate
others.
Israeli Ship
Part Of
Atlantic Rescue
NEW YORK (JTA) An
Israeli cargo ship, braving moun-
tainous seas and hurricane-force
winds, attempted to rescue sur-
viving crew members of the
Philippine trawler Balsa, which
foundered last week in the North
Atlantic, about 900 miles nor-
theast of Boston.
A spokesman for the Zim-
American Israeli Shipping Co.
here told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the Zim Miami, com-
manded by Captain Simantov
Yemini, was one of the first ships
at the scene after responding to
an SOS from the Balsa.
She arrived at 11 a.m. Wednes-
day, (Feb. 25) at the position
where the Balsa sank after capsiz-
ing. Eight crewmen were known
dead, and nine missing. One was
rescued by the U.S. Navy sub-
marine Scamp, which also
responded to the SOS.
The Zim Miami was attempting
to pick up one seamen who was
sighted in a lifeboat and searched
for the missing crewmen. Accor-
ding to reports received at the.
Zim Lines office here, the rescue
effort was hampered by 50-foot
waves and an 85-mph wind.
For the Hebrew month of Teveth, the
Kindergarten children of the Jewish Com-
munity Day School exhibited "Menschy"
behavior. Rewarded for their efforts were:
Seated Alisaa Linden, Jessica Hanser,
A viva Hopkins, Renee Klein, Erica Sabaj,
Arica Polish; standing Diana Moakovits,
Danny Glassmsn, Nathania Mizrahi, Amy
Levine, Jason Penner, Greg Tomaras. Not
shown Mara Abnuns, Marshall Frank,
Sarah LeRov, Jessica Nabel. First Grade:
Karen Eisinger, Mare Levitt, Steven
Platzek, Lauren Hirschfeld. Second Grade:
Laura Klein, Monica Shore, Joy
Kahlenberg, Lisa Dardashti.
Gilbert Titles will be honored
by the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion with the prestigious
David Ben-Gurion Centennial
Award for his dedication and
commitment to the economic
security and survival of
Israel at a cocktail reception
on Mar. 8. Mr. Titles, a
realtor in Long Island, New
York, has gained national
renown as a leader of the
Israel Bond Organization, as
well as other causes which
benefit Israel and World
Jewry.
The Poinciana Golf and Rac-
?uet Club and the State of
srael Bonds have announced
that Evelyn and Benjamin
Plesser will be the
recipients-elect of Israel's
Shema Yisrael Award for
their years of support to
Israel and their community.
The award will be presented
at a Gala Dinner Dance, Sun-
day evening, March 7, 6:30
p.m.
JCC News
YOUNG SINGLES (20's and 30's)
Meet Wednesday, Mar. 11, 6:30 p.m., at the Samurai
Restaurant (located on Military Trail and Okeechobee
Blvd.) to partake of a unique dining experience together.
Enjoy steak and seafood in the Japanese manner.
SINGLE PURSUITS (40V60)
Get together Thursday, Mar. 12 from 5-7 p.m. to enjoy
the Happy Hour at Rodney's Cafe (US 1, north of Nor-
thlake Blvd., on east side). It's a great new spot in town.
Donation: $1 plus your own fare.
Meet at Ellie's home on Tuesday, Mar. 10, 7 p.m., to en-
joy good coffee and good conversation. To RSVP and for
directions call Ellie. Donation: $2.
Sunday, Mar. 8 at 1 p.m. at the South Florida Science
Museum, view the special exhibit now on display "Con-
quistador's Gold." Admission charge.
On Sunday, Mar. 8, 11 a.m., gather at a new eating spot
in town, Cafe Prospect, in US 1 south of Belvedere for
brunch. Donation: $1 plus your own fare.
Get together Saturday, Mar. 7, 8:30 p.m., at Gary
Greene's apartment to enjoy a Wine and Cheese Tasting
Party. Donation: $2. For location and directions call Gary,
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JCC cssc
'Decade Of Service
By JEAN RUBIN
Director JCC Comprehensive
Senior Service Center
"My husband is in a nursing
home and I have no way of go-
ing to see him."
"My wife was just released
from intensive care and I
haven't seen her since she
went into the hospital a week
ago."
"Do you take people
shopping?"
These are some of the re-
quests the new Jewish Com-
munity Center Comprehensive
Senior Service Center receiv-
ed when a transportation
grant was awarded to them in
1977 and still is 10 years later.
Adequate means of transpor-
tation is more essential for
older adults than any other
segment of the population and
the small new Jewish Com-
munity Center of Palm Beach
County recognized this and
began to meet the needs of our
then small elderly population.
Its goal was to develop a ser-
vice that would be efficient,
dependable and caring, and to
treat persons with dignity and
great consideration of their in-
dividual needs in spite of very
limited funds, vehicles and
staff.
We had just begun! Along
with our new transportation
system we were also develop-
ing a variety of recreation and
educational programs. In-
terested persons came to us
and helped us to begin and
develop all kinds of activities.
Esther and Joe Molat, Sam
and Marion Rubin, in par-
ticular, and later Sabina Gott-
shalk were seniors who were
so interested, innovative and
concerned to give of
themselves to help others
grow and enjoy their later
years. Trips, the Chai Club,
flea markets and a variety of
classes were planned as staffs
senior volunteers worked
together to develop a "home
away from home" for our fast
growing senior population.
People as far as Delray in the
South and Jupiter in the North
reached out to us for stimula-
tion, motivation and help for
all kinds of problems. Com-
munity agencies such as Social
Security, Palm Beach County
Health Dept., RSVP, HRS and
many others sought out the
JCC to reach our senior
population. We soon became
known as advocates of the
elderly in Palm Beach County.
Our small, inadequate facili-
ty was our biggest problem
and unfortunately, still is, and
we often had to turn away peo-
ple due to lack of space. Our
weekly series "Consult your
Doctor" with lectures and
discussions with practicing
professionals in our communi-
ty, and special financial lec-
tures attracted so many
seniors that we had to offer
double sessions.
We were the first to develop
the kinds of services this com-
munity needed and were en-
titled to. We collaborated with
and the JCC Senior Center
began to dream.
The following years were
years of tremendous growth,
growth in the numbers of older
adults moving to Palm Beach
County, growth in the need of
more services and growth of
our Jewish community in Palm
Beach County. With the sup-
port of the Jewish Federation,
Gulfstream Area Agency on
Aging, HRS and the Jewish
Community Center, the CSSC
expanded to its capacity and
yet constantly sought monies
to develop still another
service.
The first Kosher meal pro-
gram in Palm Beach County
was developed in 1983 with a
larger grant awarded to the
JCC, through Title III of the
Older Americans Act, ad-
ministered by Gulfstream
Area Council of Aging. Two
locations became available for
persons to enjoy a Kosher
meal program, one in Delray
Beach at Congregation Anshei
Emuna and one at our JCC in
West Palm Beach.
This program has become a
way of life for hundreds of
older adults as they enjoy daily
Kosher meals along with
enriching educational and
recreational programs each
day.
Over the ten years, the
CSSC has provided 228,860
transportation trips to persons
who had to go to doctors, to
treatment centers, to hospitals
and nursing homes to visit
spouses; provided 100,740
hours of education and 52,741
hours of recreation to persons
who attend the many classes
such as Writers Workshop,
Yoga, Timely Topics Discus-
sion Group, Speakers Club,
Exercises in the Chair, You
and Your Health, Sex after
Sixty, Second Tuesday Club,
Holiday Celebrations, Cooking
for One and many many more;
the Kosher Meal program is
only four years old and in that
time has served 117,266 meals
in the Center's dining room,
sent 91,363 meals home to
shut-ins and offered 8,956
hours of nutrition education.
Our volunteers have con-
tributed tremendously to the
development of this program
along with a most dedicated
staff. The support of the JCC
Board of Directors and their
President and a most
dedicated staff have all enabl-
ed us to successfully reach our
10th year.
On Mar. 12, at noon, 19 per-
sons who have played a vital
role in various phases of the
establishment and growth of
the Senior program, will be
honored. The following per-
sons represent the various
aspects of the senior program
throughout this past decade.
They worked with great
dedication and loyalty, and
together produced one of the
finest Senior Centers in South
To Seniors
Also: Sidney Berger, JCC
Board of Directors, Co-
Chairman Senior Division, Co-
Chairman Decade of Service;
Victor Duke, JCC Board of
Directors, Co-Chairman
Senior Division, Co-Chairman
Decade of Service; Sabina Got-
tchalk, Senior Volunteer;
Esther Molat, Senior
Volunteer; Sam and Marion
Rubin, Senior Volunteers;
Jean Rubin, Director Senior
Community agencies and ex- Florida. The persons whojvill
panded our recreation and
education programs for all.
There were very few
clubhouses in the area in those
years and the JCC was the
place to be for stimulation,
socialization and a sense of
Jewish identity.
CarlSandberg said "nothing
be honored are: Bob Rap-
paport, Past Chairman of the
Joard of JCC; Detra Kay, Past
President; Bob Burger, Past
President; Paul Klein, Past
President; Larry Ochstein,
Past President; Zelda
Pincourt:Mason, Current
President; Madame Be* Alex-
Programming; Bonnie Silvers-
tein, Past Secretary of JCC;
Frances Witt, Past Assistant
Director of JCC; Carol Fox,
Nutrition Coordinator; Claire
Klein, Financial Ad-
ministrator; Helen Levine,
Dispatcher; Rose Lord, Past
Secretary, Computer
Operator.
A luncheon will be held at
the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric
Home at noon by invitation
and an Open House will be held
for the Community to enable
all to share our joy. Albert
Einstein said "Only a life liv-
ing for others is a life
worthwhile."
So many have contributed to
making our Center a place for
older adults to enjoy and
benefit. The JCC is grateful to
have had the expertise, devo-
tion and support of so many
numerous members of the
Community. It has been our
privilege to be able to have
enhanced and enriched the
lives of the thousands of older
people who have reached out
to us over these past years.
There is no end to what else
can be developed and we still
dream of so much more to
come.
JWV Matzah Of Hope Program
Edwin Goldwasser, National
Commander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the United States
of America, has announced a
special program which will
send a Passover message to
the Soviet Union. The JWV is
organizing an effort in which it
is anticipated that more than a
quarter of a million boxes of
Matzah will be sent to the
Soviet Embassy before the
first Passover seder.
National Commander
Goldwasser is appealing to all
concerned Americans, in and
out of the Jewish community,
to participate in this program.
"The message of Passover is
freedom and we want the Jews
of the Soviet Union to some-
day rejoice in the same
freedom in which Moses and
the Jews of Egypt exulted,"
said Goldwasser. The JWV
hopes that by flooding the
Soviet Embassy with matzah,
a message will be sent that
Americans have not forgotten
the human rights violations be-
ing carried out in the Soviet
Union.
This program is designed to
be implemented on a national
scale with participation corn-
boxes be marked, "Enclosed is
the Matzah of Hope, a taste of
freedom.' The matzah should
be addressed to: Ambassador
Yuri Dubinin, Embassy of
USSR, 1125 16th Street, NW,
Washington, D.C. 20036. In
order to ensure the greatest
number of boxes arriving at
the same time, the matzah
should be mailed from April
9-11 and by first class mail
only.
Jewish War Veterans of the
USA is the nation's oldest ac-
tive veterans' organization
ing from various sectors of the *?<* a lon *^P 5"*
community. Commander of concern for Soviet Jewry
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'Ivan' Witness Recounts
Horrors Of Treblinka
Israel Seeks Boost In Aussie Tourism
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
former inmate of Treblinka
recited ghastly details of mass
murder at the death camp
under sharp cross examination
late last month in the trial here
of accused war criminal John
Demjanjuk.
Pinhas Epstein, who elec-
trified the court earlier when
he pointed to Demjanjuk as the
brutal camp guard known as
"Ivan the Terrible," continued
his key prosecution testimony
under relentless questioning
by Demjanjuk's American at-
torney, Mark O'Connor.
The defense contends that
the Ukrainian-born Demjanjuk
is a victim of mistaken identi-
ty. Its strategy is to
demonstrate the fallibility of
witnesses' memories more
than 40 years after the events.
BUT EPSTEIN did not
falter when questioned about
details of the camp's structure,
the people in charge of the ex-
termination process and such
minutiae as where the laundry
was hung.
He described the mass
graves into which bodies were
dumped. Chlorine powder was
poured on the corpses to
hasten their disintegration.
"The powder sank down, caus-
ing blood to burst from the
ground. Then they added more
bodies and more powder," the
witness said.
Epstein, who was brought to
Treblinka at the age of 17,
spoke of "the man in the white
coat," known to inmates only
as Erwin, who stood at the
edge of the mass grave and
ordered the killing of those vic-
tims not yet dead.
"When a wounded person
was brought to the edge of the
grave, Erwin used to order
him to crouch on his hands and
knees, naked at the edge of the
pit. Then he would signal a
Ukrainian guard to come over
and shoot the victim through
his head," Epstein said.
THE TRIAL, before a
three-iudge panel of the
Jerusalem District Court has
been marked increasingly by
emotional outbursts from spec-
tators, many of them
Holocaust survivors. At a
recess Tuesday, several sur-
vivors hurled oaths at the
defendant's son, John Demjan-
juk Jr., and against Ukrainians
who were involved in the
Electrolysis By Ann
Medically approved process.
Ann Bridges
697-4292
4945 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
(Century Comoro)
murder of their families.
Police intervened to restore
order.
Demjanjuk, 66, a retired
automobile worker from
Cleveland, Ohio, is the first
suspected Nazi war criminal
extradited to Israel and the
first to be tried here since
Adolf Eichmann 25 years ago.
He is charged with several
counts of war crimes, crimes
against humanity and crimes
against Jews. If convicted he
faces the death penalty. The
trial is expected to last for
three months.
Kahane Retains
U.S. Citizenship
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American citizenship of Rabbi
Meir Kahane, a Brooklyn-born
member of the Israeli Knesset,
has been restored by Federal
District Judge Leo Glasser in
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Glasser ruled last week in a suit
brought by Kahane that the State
Department did not have the right
to rescind Kahane's U.S. Citizen-
ship in 1985. The State Depart-
ment has argued that by serving
in the legislature of another coun-
try, Kahane was voluntarily relin-
quishing his citizenship.
Kahane founded the Jewish
Defense league in the United
States and the Kach Party in
Israel. He immigrated to Israel in
1971.
Bergh Elected
AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
Harry Van Den Bergh, a Labor
member of Parliament, has been
elected chairman of the Interna-
tional Parliamentary Union on
Behalf of Soviet Jews. He suc-
ceeds Nora Salomons.
Residents of Boynton Beach
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SYDNEY (JTA) U.S.
tourism in 1986 wasn't the on-
ly depressing statistic for
Israelis. The number of
Australian visitors to Israel
was about 15,000. Rafi Baeri,
director of the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office in London,
hopes to increase that figure to
25,000.
He told a meeting of British
travel agents here that Israeli
inflation is under control and
that special interest tours are
available. "The peak in
Australian tourism to Israel
was in the 1970s, when 20,000
people visited annually," he
oairi
said.
Religious Directory
CONSERVATIVE
BOYNTON BEACH JEWISH CENTER BETH KODESH:
501 N.E. 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach 33435. Phone 586-9428.
Rabbi Leon B. Fink. Cantor Abraham Koster. Monday 8:30 a.m.;
Thursday 8:30 a.m. Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday
9 a.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI SHOLOM: 5348 Grove Street,
West Palm Beach 33417. Phone 684-3212. Office hours 9 am. to 1
p.m. Rabbi Isaac Vander Walde. Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Daily
services 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
GOLDEN LAKES TEMPLE: 1470 Golden Lakes Blvd., West
Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi Joseph Speiser. Daily
services 8:15 a.m. Evening services 5:45 p.m. Sabbath services
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Mincha 5:45 p.m. followed by
Sholosh Suedos.
LAKE WORTH JEWISH CENTER: Dillman Road Free
Methodist Church, 6513 Dillman Road, West Palm Beach 33413.
Phone 478-4720. Rabbi Richard K. Rocklin. Cantor Abraham
Mehler. President Murray Milrod, 965-6053. Services Friday 8:15
p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID: 4657 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gardens
33418. Phone 694-2350. Rabbi William Marder, Cantor Earl J.
Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 2815 No. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach
33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi Alan L. Cohen. Cantor Norman
Brody. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:30 am.
Daily Minyan 8:15 am., Sunday and legal holidays 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 315 N. "A" Street, Lake Worth
33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg. Cantor
Howard Dardashti. Services Monday and Thursday, 8:15 am.
Friday Evening, 8:15 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 224 N.W. Avenue G, BeUe Glade
33430. Sabbath services Friday, 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-3886.
TEMPLE BETH ZION: 129 Sparrow Dr., Royal Palm Beach, FL
33411. Sabbath services Friday 8 p.m., Saturday 9:00 am. Rabbi
Seymour Friedman. Phone 798-8888.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB: 2177 So. Congress Ave., West Palm
Beach 33406. Phone 433-5957. Sabbath services Friday 8 p.m.,
Saturday and holidays 9 a.m., Monday and Thursday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL: 190 North County Road, Palm Beach
33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel Chazin. Cantor David Feuer.
Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m.; Saturday 9:30 am.
TREASURE COAST JEWISH CENTER Congregation
Beth Abraham: 3998 SW Leighton Farms Road, Palm City
33490. Mailing address: P.O. Box 29%, Stuart, FL 33495. Phone
287-8833. Rabbi Israel J. Barzak. Services Friday evenings 8 p.m.
and Saturday 10 am.
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION AITZ CHAIM: 2518 Haverhill Rd., West
Palm Beach 33417. Phone 686-5055. Sabbath services 8:45 a.m.
and sundown. Daily services 8:15 am. and 5:45 p.m.
REFORM
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL: 1592 Floresta, P.O. Box
857146. Port St. Lucie, FL 33452. Friday night services 8 p.m.,
Saturday morning 10:80 am. Phone 878-7476.
TEMPLE BETH AM: 759 Parkway Street, Jupiter. Phone
747-1109. Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 4600 Oleander Avenue, Fort Pierce, FL
33450. Phone 461-7428. Sabbath Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM: St Helen's Pariah
Avenue and Victory Blvd., Vero Beach 32960. Mailing addw
P.O. Box 2113. Vero Beach, FL 32961-2118. Rabbi Richard
Messing. Phone 1-569-4700.
Hall, 20th
address:
D.

TEMPLE BETH TORAH: 900 Big Blue Trace, West Palm
Beach, FL 38414. Friday services 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning 10
am. Rabbi Steven R. Westman. Cantor Elliot Rosenbaum. Phone
793-2700.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: 1901 No. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach
33407. Phone 833-8421. Rabbi Howard Shapiro, Cantor Peter
Taormina Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA: at St. Catharine's Greek Orthodox Church
Social Hall, 4000 Washington Rd., at Southern Boulevard. Rabbi
Joel L. Levine. Cantor Anne Newman. Mailing address: 5849
Okeechobee Blvd., No. 201, West Palm Beach, FL 88417. Phone
471-1526.
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TEMPLE BETH EL
On Friday, March 6, the tern-
ile will hold its monthly Fami-
ly Shabbat Dinner (6:15) and
Service (7:46). Chaverim will
conduct services (4th and 5th
grade). Birthday blessings will
be on Friday evening, with an-
niversary blessings, on Satur-
day. After the Saturday ser-
vice, there will be a Torah
Reading with Rabbi Alan L.
Cohen. Don't forget on Sun-
day, March 8, Israel Bond
Drive 10:30 a.m. at the Hyatt,
Honoring Robert "Robbie"
Fine. Esther Barrish is the
Chairman.
GOLDEN LAKES
TEMPLE
Dinner Theater, Yiddish
style, is coming to Golden
Lakes Village in West Palm
Beach on Sunday evening,
March 29 at 6 p.m. The Yid-
dish Art Players of Temple
will present an original play.
Their performance will be
preceded by an old style
kosher dinner.
The play, entitled "A
Mommas Hartz," will be per-
formed partly in simple Yid-
dish and in English. Tickets at
$12.50 each will be sold at the
Temple office. Seating will be
limited to 200.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
On Friday, March 6, Temple
will celebrate Family Night
Shabbat Service, conducted by
Rabbi Howard Shapiro. The
sermon will be: "The Meaning
Of Names." Cantor Peter
Joseph Teltser
Andrew Koerner
Bar Mitzvah
JOSEPH TELTSER ^ r^. University Talent
Joseph Teltser, son of Identification Program can-
Harold and Mickey Teltser of didate. Andrew enjoys sailing,
Atlantis, will be called to the basketball and computers.
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, March 7, at Temple
Beth Sholom of Lake Worth.
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg will
officiate.
Joseph is a seventh grade
student at Lantana Middle. He
is involved in the Computer
Club and the Student Council.
He will be twinned with Valen-
sas Glinskene of Lithuania,
who was denied his freedom to
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah.
Family members and friends
sharing the simcha are his
brothers Robert, Thomas, and
sister, Jill, and grandfathers
Morris Faeelson of Hallandale
Andrew is twinned with Ger-
shon Lomonosov of Moscow,
who has been denied his
freedom at this time to be call-
ed to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah.
Taormina will lead the con-1
gregation in songs. ,
Services will begin at 8 p.m.
Everyone is invited. During
the evening service child care
will be provided.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Temple's annual Purim
Celebration will be held during
Sabbath Services on Friday
evening, March 6 at 8 p.m. at
St. Catherine's Cultural
Center. Rabbi Joel Levine and
Cantor Anne Newman will
officiate.
The Temple's fifth graders
will present a special Purim
Spiel. Following a brief Sab-
bath Service, the celebration
will include the reading of the
Megillah and a songfest.
Temple Judea's Purim
Celebration traditionally in-
cludes surprise mystery
guests, greggars and pongers,
all in the hilarious spirit of the
holiday.
Following Services,
everyone is invited to a special
oneg sponsored by Sisterhood.
TEMPLE BETH ZION
On Saturday, March 7, at 8
p.m., the Sisterhood will pre-
sent an evening of entertain-
ment at the Crestwood School,
64 Sparrow Drive in Royal
Palm Beach.
"Taking My Turn," is a
musical celebration of life. It
tells a tale of eight strangers
aged 50 to 80 who come
together to share their past ex-
periences and confidence of
life. Now with the children
raised it is truly their time to
take their turn ... and enjoy
the best years of their lives, in
a song and dance.
Tickets are $7.50.
For tickets or additional in-
formation call Temple Beth
Zion, Edye Rosenthal or Sally
Levetin.
and Joseph Teltser of West
Orange, New Jersy.
ANDREW KOERNER
Andrew Scott Koerner, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Roger S.
Koerner, of Palm Beach
Gardens, will be called to the
Torah on Friday, March 14, at
Temple Beth David. Rabbi
William Marder will officiate.
Andrew is a seventh grade
student at Howell Watkins
Junior High. He is a Kadima
member, a member of the Na-
tional Junior Honor Society
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Temple Beth David
Sisterhood recently held an
Installation of Officers Lun-
cheon at the PGA Sheraton.
Those installed were (top
row left to right) Gerry
Mendelssohn, Treasurer;
Toby Glazer, Vice President
Program; Bea Lookner,
Financial Secretary; Linda
Stoch. Hebrew School Rela-
tions; Marcia Gray, Recor-
ding Secretary. (Bottom row
left to right) Ellen Maybaum,
Corresponding Secretary;
Sheila Lewis, President;
Shelly Shore, Past President;
Elise Levine, Administration
Vice President; Charlotte
Morpurgo, Oneg Chairman.
Missing from the picture
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Americans Urged To Get Involved
In Promoting Mideast Dialogue
!
By MARGIE OLSTER
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Israeli and Palestinian peace
activists are looking to the
Jewish and Palestinian com-
munities in North America to
influence their leadership to
support a negotiated peace in
the Middle East.
To this end, the Israelis,
Palestinians and American
Jews and Palestinians who at-
tended a peace dialogue last
Sunday sponsored by
American Friends of Peace
Now (AFPN) suggested ac-
tivities to promote peace,
dialogue and greater
understanding between Jews
and Arabs both in the Middle
East and in North America.
Galia Golan, a leading figure
in Peace Now, the non-
partisan Israeli peace move-
ment, and one of Israel's
foremost experts on the Soviet
Union, said the American
Jewish and Arab communities
can be instrumental in
moderating both Mideast
camps.
Hanna Seniora, editor of the
Arabic daily Al-Fajr and one of
two people approved by both
Israel and the Palestine
Liberation Organization to
represent Palestinians in
negotiations, said American
Jewish and American Arab
organizations could cooperate
to defend their rights and pre-
vent stereotyping of each
group.
The second half of the con-
ference focused on activities
for Americans to promote
peace in the Middle East. The
suggestions included:
Dialogue groups small,
intimate encounters with equal
numbers of Arabs and Jews
meeting regularly to discuss
Middle Eastern conflicts. Pro-
fessor Richard Schwartz of
Syracuse University Law
School, who started a dialogue
group in Syracuse, NY, said
"we want to meet in a living
room, we want to meet as
human beings ... to com-
municate across the giant
chasm between Palestinians
and Jews."
Research Steven Cohen,
an author and professor of
sociology at Queens College
(NY), suggested a project to
research Jewish and Arab im-
ages of each other in the Mid-
dle East and in North
America. Cohen currently
does an annual survey for the
American Jewish Committee
on American Jewish attitudes
on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Coalition for dialogue
Schwartz also suggested that
the American Coalition for
Middle East Dialogue, a con-
federation of six dialogue
groups, extend its activities.
He called on the group to reach
out to the Congress and
American Jewish and Arab
Saudi Security
Austrian Interior Minister
Karl Blecha became the first
Western politician to tour
Saudi Arabia's elaborate anti-
terrorism/internal security
training center. Austrian jour-
nalists were shown tank-
mounted cannons which can
Spray gas or water to control
emonstrations.
(Near East Report)
leadership with ideas for
dialogue and to seek support
for a negotiated peace.
Arab-Jewish reconciliation
week This program would
be aimed at breaking down the
sense of alienation and
separateness between Palesti-
nian and Jewish activists,
especially on the college cam-
pus. During the week, both
communities would sponsor
joint activities, films, lectures,
and encounter groups.
Media monitoring Citing
a proliferation of anti-Arab
and anti-Jewish stereotypes in
the American media, Mark
Rosenblum, AFPN executive
director, suggested monitor-
ing the American media and
eventually creating a newslet-
ter to review the results of the
project.
At a meeting of the Palm Beach Lodge of the Free Sons of
Israel, a presentation of their annual contribution of $1,000
was made to the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center. Grand
Lodge Foundation Treasurer Betty Galler, 5th Deputy Grand
Master (Florida) Diana Levine and Lodge President Leo Ben-
nett present a cheek to Scott Boord (2nd from left), Assistant
Administrator, Morse Geriatric Center.
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