The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County


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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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Super Sunday Raises $301,858 (Story and Photos In Next Issue)
the voice or
"Jewish florid ian
Jewish Community Campus
Campaign Reopens
$5 Million In-Sight
Gilbert Messing, Chairman
of the Jewish Community
Campus Capital Campaign,
has announced the reopening
of the $12 million fund raising
drive to build a new campus
which will house the Jewish
Community Center, the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, and the Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
providing a central location
and focus for Jewish activities
in Palm Beach County.
In making the announce-
ment, Mr. Messing said, "I am
very pleased to let the Jewish
community know that almost
$5 million has been raised to
date, sparked by the $1 million
contribution of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Levy." The Levy gift,
the largest of the campaign,
was announced last week.
Mr. Messing noted that the
campus will provide spacious
facilities with modern equip-
ment, offering something for
every member of every family.
"Our expanding Jewish
population dictates the need
for these multi-service, multi-
generational facilities to pro-
Continued on Page 12
Gilbert Messing
Community Memorial Service Mar. 29
Benjamin S. Hornstein Dies
Benjamin S. Hornstein
Philanthropist and com-
munity leader, Benjamin S.
Hornstein of Palm Beach, died
Friday, March 20. He was 95.
Mr. Hornstein was actively
involved in the Jewish com-
munity locally, as well as na-
onally and internationally.
An honorary board member of
the Jewish Community Day
School, he was a benefactor of
the Benjamin S. Hornstein
Elementary School of the
Jewish Community Day
School. He also was a generous
contributor to the Joseph L.
Morse Geriatric Center and
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal Campaign. He was a
member of Temple Beth El.
A founder and overseer of
the Benjamin S. Hornstein
Program of Jewish Communal
Services of the Lown School of
Near Eastern and Judaic
Studies at Brandeis Universi-
ty, Mr. Hornstein received an
honorary doctor of humane let-
ters last year from Brandeis
University at its Founders Day
Convocation. He was Chair-
man of the Board of Overseers
of Brandeis' Lown Graduate
Center and a long time
member of the Brandeis Board
of Fellows.
Mr. Hornstein founded and
oversaw the Jewish
Theological Seminary and was
a founder and honorary Vice
President of the Albert Eins-
tein College of Medicine. A
chair in his name was
established in Hebrew Educa-
tion at the Hornstein Youth
Center of the Association of
YM and YWHA's of New York
City. He was an honorary Vice
President of this association.
Long active in Jewish com-
munal and cultural life, Mr.
Hornstein was a lifetime elec-
tor of the Spanish and Por-
tuguese Synagogue, a founder
of the United Jewish Appeal, a
Trustee of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies in New
York City, and a Trustee of the
American Jewish Committee.
He was a past President of the
New York University Jewish
Culture Foundation.
In the general community,
Mr. Hornstein was a benefac-
tor of the Interfaith Wing of
Continued on Page 18
Behind the Headlines...
Demjanjuk ... page 4
CSSC Celebrates ...
page 5
Eastpointe Dinner Photos S
Update ... Opinion by
Stratford, Beachpoint,
'2600' photos... pags 14
Setback Suffered
In Pollard Affair
Three Israeli diplomatic of-
ficials believed to have been
associated with Jonathan
Pollard's espionage activities
in the U.S. have refused to ap-
pear before the Cabinet-
appointed committee in-
vestigating the government's
role in the Pollard affair on
grounds that they might in-
criminate themselves.
The officials are Yosef
Yagur, former Scientific At-
tache at the Israel Consulate
General in New York; Ilan
Ravid, former aide to the
Scientific Attache at the Em-
bassy in Washington; and Irit
Erb, a former secretary at the
Scientific Attache's office. The
three left the U.S. immediately
after Pollard was arrested by
federal agents in 1985.
Their lawyer, David Libai,
stated in a letter to Premier
Yitzhak Shamir last Wednes-
day (March 18) that his clients
would not appear because
"their rights will not be
It was the first setback suf-
fered by the two-man body
consisting of Tel Aviv lawyer
Yehoshua Rotenstreich and
Gen. (Res.) Zvi Tsur, a former
chief of Staff, and it may prove
fatal. Rotenstreich made it
clear that the investigation
could not proceed without the
full cooperation of all parties
The committee, established
by the Inner Cabinet two
weeks ago, has no powers of
subpoena and cannot require
witnesses to testify under
oath. Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres has said the government
would abide by its recommen-
dations, though not required to
by law.
The panel has been criticized
as toothless. Opposition MK
Yossi Sarid remarked that
"either there will be an in-
vestigation or else it is going
to be a farce."
Israel's Relationship With
S. Africa To Be Phased Out
The Inner Cabinet decided
after protracted debate last
Wednesday (March 18) to
phase out Israel's relationships
with South Africa, particularly
its trade in military equipment
and technology.
Although there will be no
abrogation of current military
contracts, Israel will not enter
into new ones with the
Pretoria regime. Overall rela-
tionships with South Africa
will also be reduced over a
period of time. Details of the
new policy will be worked out
by a special Cabinet-appointed
team which will have two mon-
ths to complete the task.
Those decisions represent
Israel's response to possible
reprisals by the U.S. Congress
against countries selling
weapons and military equip-
ment to South Africa. Con-
gress enacted sanctions
against South Africa over
President Reagan's veto and
appears likely to out off or
reduce American aid to coun-
tries that continue to do
Continued on Pare 13
The Annual Community Dinner Dance given on behalf
of the 1987 Jewish Federation/United Jewish Appeal
Campaign of Palm Beach County was held recently at
The Breakers. Over 400 people attended the event
featuring composer and entertainer Marvin
Hamlisch (center, both photos.) The Chairmen of the
Dinner Dance were (left) Leah and Philip Siskin. San-
dra and Marvin Rosen chaired the $5,000 Reception
aid pries- to the dinner dance. See pages 10-12 for ad-
ditional photos.

Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Pahn Beach County/Friday, March 27, 1987
Women's Division 1983-85
Looking Back
25 Years of Local
Jewish Federation History
Jeanne Levy serves her third term as Federation Presi-
dent. Sheila Engelstein is Women's Division President.
Jewish Federation opens branch office in Boynton
Jewish Federation sends largest delegation to Jewish
Agency Assembly in Jerusalem.
Jewish Federation begins participation in two year
long-range planning study.
Jewish Family and Children's Service begins new voca-
tional counseling program.
Jewish Community Day School celebrates tenth
Super Sunday '84 broadcast live on WPTV, Channel 5.


Yom Hashoah
7:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 26,1987
1901 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
Beate Klarsfeld
Renowned Nazi-Hunter, Portrayed In
A Recent Television Docu-Drama
Sponsored by The Holocaust Commission,
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.
From its inception in 1982,
the Women's Division's
minimum $5,000 Lion of Judah
category has become a most
successful fund raising vehicle.
As Sheila Engelstein reflected
on her Presidency (1983-85)
during a recent interview, she
saw helping to build the Lion
of Judah into what it has
become today as one of her
proudest accomplishments.
"When I was President, I
would attend as many com-
munity events as possible,
wearing my gold Lion of Judah
pin. I wouldn't miss any oppor-
tunity to increase women's
awareness of this level of giv-
ing," Mrs. Engelstein said. To
this day she has continued her
personal involvement with this
category, serving as co-chair
for the last two years.
Mrs. Engelstein is an untir-
ing worker for the cause of
Israel and the Jewish people.
This dedication began early in
her life. As a first generation
American, she was sensitive to
the sufferings of others and
the need to work hard for the
survival and betterment of
Jews throughout the world.
"I became involved in Mon-
treal when I was 16 and gave
_ my first contribution of $1 to
'the Federation-UJA Cam-
paign," Mrs. Engelstein said.
From working on behalf of the
campaign there, to Ft. Lauder-
dale s Women's Division, to
being a founding: officer in Bat
Upon the successful completion of the Jewish Women's
Assembly, Sheila Engelstein (right) congratulates Co-
Chairman Sheryl Davidoff (left), and Lynne Ehrlich,
Women's Division Director.
Gurion Hadassah in the Palm
Beaches, to her over 20 year
involvement with the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, Mrs. Engelstein's
compassion and dedication
comes through.
Mrs. Engelstein found the
tremendous growth of the
local Jewish community at this
time to be exceptional and was
"excited" to be a part of it. "It
inspired me to work even
harder," she said.
And work hard she did.
Presidents Coffees were held
leading up to the com-
munitywide Jewish Women's
Assemblies which continued
their educational impact on the
community. Open Board
Meetings reached out to
women throughout the county
encouraging their participa-
tion in Women's Division. At
one of these programs, the
Jewish community was alerted
for the first time to "Opera-
tion Moses," the miraculous
rescue of Ethiopian Jewry.
To build woman to
woman a network of of com-
mitment to Jewish ideals,
Continued on Page 9
Discover your heritage together on a
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
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.

Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewisn Ploricfian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Gross, Heilbron To Chair Young
Leadership Retreat Committee
Soni Kay, Chairman of the
Leadership Development
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, has announced the
development of a committee to
encourage local participation
in the upcoming Florida
Region United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership Retreat.
The educational and social
week-end will be held May 1-3
at the Hyatt Palm Beaches.
Mrs. Kay has appointed
Judge Robert Gross and Sandi
Heilbron to head the commit-
tee. In making the announce-
ment, Mrs. Kay said, "As very
involved members of our
Leadership Development
Committee, Bob and Sandi will
be able to reach out to other
young adults to encourage
them to participate in this very
exciting and meaningful week-
end retreat."
Judge Gross noted that
young adults from around the
state will be gathering
togehter. "This will be an op-
portunity for singles and
couples, including those with
children, to participate in a
quality program combined
with excitement and fun."
Ms. Heilbron, who will serve
as Hospitality Chairman of the
retreat, said, "We look for-
ward to a great number of
young adults throughout our
Breakfast Set
All volunteer workers,
solicitors, and coordinators
who have been involved in the
Century Village 1987 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
Campaign will be honored at
an Awards Breakfast, Sunday,
March 29, 10 a.m., at Con-
gregation Anshei Shalom,
5348 Grove Street, West Palm
The announcement was
made by the Co-Chairmen of
the Campaign, Nat Cohen,
Hank Grossman, and Sam
Wadler, who also will be
honored. In a joint statement,
they said, "Our success in Cen-
tury Village can be directly at-
tributed to the hard work of all
our volunteers. Our fund rais-
ing is a person-to-person effort
and this Sunday we will ex-
press our appreciation to all
those who gave of their time
and dedication."
For more information, con-
tact Dr. Lester Silver man,
Staff Associate, at the Federa-
tion office, 832-2120.
AJCong. Chairman
Lifton Named
Lifton of New York has been ap-
pointed the first chairman of the
board of trustees of the Fund for
Religious Liberty, an American
Jewish Congress fund established
in 1985 to help maintain constitu-
tional guarantees of religious
freedom and church-state
community joining with us to
have a wonderful time meeting
people from other com-
munities, many of whom are
experienced young leaders and
many who are beginning to ex-
plore their involvement within
Jewish communal life."
Judge Gross has served on
the Palm Beach County Court
since 1984. His diverse in-
terests extend from member-
ship on the Board of Directors
of the Palm Beach Regional
Visiting Nurses Association to
serving as a Little League
baseball coach. A member of
the Leadership Development
Committee for the past two
years, Judge Gross has also
participated in a Leadership
Development UJA Mission to
Sandi Heilbron is serving
her third year on the Leader-
ship Development Committee.
Her involvement in the Jewish
Federation includes member-
ship on the Young Adult Divi-
sion Board as Educa-
tional/Cultural Co-Chairman
and in the Women's Division
Business and Professional
Women's Networking Group
where she is Co-Chairman for
Super Sunday. Ms. Heilbron is
active with the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women where
she is involved with Project
Development and is the
Volunteer Coordinator.
The Young Leadership
Retreat is sponsored by United
Jewish Appeal, Council of
Jewish Federations, Florida
Association of Jewish Federa-
tions, and Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County. Since
the retreat is being held local-
ly, participants will have the
option to spend the entire
week-end at the Hyatt at a dis-
counted rate or select in-
dividual programs to attend.
Invitations will be
For more information, con-
tact Mark Mendel, Leadership
Development Director, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.
AP/Wide World Photo
hunter Beate Klarafeld talks with Israel's Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres in Tel Aviv last Sunday shortly before receiving
the Golda Meir Award presented to her by a convention of
Hadassah, the women's Zionist organization, for her devo-
tion to seeking out and helping bring to trial notorious Nazi
war criminals. (Editor's Note: Beate Klarsfeld will be in the
Palm Beaches April 26 to address the Community Holocaust
Observance 7:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Day School
and a Young Adult Division $100 minimum event that even-
ing. Both events are sponsored by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.)
Creating An Alternative To Death And Taxes?
Jews have always been resource-
ful. We've beaten tyranny, rescued
the hopeless, and overcome
prejudice. So it should come as no
great surprise that even in the face
of life's two greatest certainties,
death and taxes, we've tried to
create an alternative.
Your gift to The
Fund ensures that
works will continue,
you cannot, thereby
your good
even when
turning the
inevitable passage of time into an
asset. At the same time, your gift
helps ease the somewhat more
immediate burden of taxation. You
can leave a mark on history, and be
remembered for having improved
your community and your world.
The Endowment Fund offers a
variety of ways to make a charitable
investment in the strength of our
community. We pick up where the
annual Federation Campaign leaves
off, ensuring a reserve for an
innovative program, a special
event, an emergency.
So, consider The Endowment
Fund as an alternative to the in-
evitable, and join our roster of
donors who have provided for
tomorrow, while receiving tax
benefits today.
Your personal participation in
the Endowment Fund can begin
when you complete and return the
following Letter of Intent declaring
your intention to make a
contribution to the Endowment
The Letter of Intent creates no
legal obligation for you or your
heirs. It is, however, a statement of
your intention to make an ever-
lasting gift which will help
assure the future of the Jewish
For more information call Endow-
ment Director, Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, 832-2120.
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Letter of Intent
I want to do my share to aid future generations and to assure the continuity of community services
through the Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, therefore,
? I have already provided for the Endowment Fund in my will.
D I intend to make a gift to the Endowment Fund in my will.
? I intend to make a gift of real estate, securities, or other property.
D I intend to designate the Endowment Fund as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy.
D I intend to establish a trust and/or foundation with the Endowment Fund as beneficiary.
D I intend to set up a Philanthropic Fund within the Endowment Fund. (A fund whose donor may make advisory
recommendations for the distribution of the income or principal of the Fund.)
This Letter of Intent is not a legal obligation and may be changed at my discretion at any time.
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Please call and discuss with me the items I have checked above. ?
(The Endowment Fund will send the signer a photocopy of this Letter of Intent for his or her personal file
Please mail to: Endowment Fund of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, 501 South Flagler Drive.
Suite 305, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
.. as my fathers planted for me, so do I plant tor my children" Talmud


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 27, 1987
Beirut Takeover
Syria once again has demonstrated its desire to dominate
Lebanese politics, enforcing a ceasefire between Druze and
Shi'ite militias and supervising a political reform plan for
the Lebanese government.
Lebanese Prime Minister Rashid Karami announced last
week that Lebanese Moslem leaders meeting in Damascus
had agreed to a plan which would limit the powers of their
country's President, a position traditionally held by a
Maronite Catholic. The change was intended to redress an I
imbalance of power enjoyed by Lebanese Christians since ;ij
the country gained independence in 1943. No Lebanese
Christians participated in the Damascus talks.
The political reform plan was declared two weeks after ji|
7,500 Syrian troops rolled into west Beirut to police a
ceasefire worked out by Shi'ite Amal militia leader Nabi ?:
Berri and Druze Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) chief |
Walid Jumblat. The militias laid down their arms after a 8
week of fighting which left approximately 300 dead and 3
1,300 wounded.
Although President Gemayel condemned the Syrian in- ?
volvement as "illegal" and "unconstitutional" the central ?
fovernment has sent Lebanese army troops on patrols with
yrian forces. S
Why did Syria, beset by internal economic difficulties, ;ij
decide to participate in this costly military undertaking? :
Assad, a member of the small, schismatic Alawite sect, has :
long sought to root out Islamic fundamentalist influence in 3
Syria and Lebanon. In 1982 his troops slaughtered as many :j:
as 20,000 people in the Syrian town of Hama in an attempt :j:
to crush the Sunni Moslem Brotherhood. Syria and its ::
Lebanese clients have recently clashed with both Sunni and :
Shi'ite fundamentalists in Lebanon. S
Upon their arrival in Beirut, Syrian trops raided a Hez- jij;
bolah headquarters, killing 23 members of the pro-Iranian jij:
Shi'ite force. A Christian backed radio station in Beirut |
reported that some Syrian troops had threatened to turn ::
Hezbollah's southern Beirut stronghold "into another ::
Hama" if the group resisted. It is unclear whether Hez- iji:
bollah will maintain an accommodation with Syria.
Israeli officials are watching developments in Lebanon 8
carefully to make sure that security does not deteriorate in :$
southern Lebanon and to ascertain Syria's longterm objec-
tives. Western analysts contend that the Syrian deploy-
ment will only begin to threaten Israel if it turns into a full-
fledged occupation, or of it forces Hezbollah south and in- jij:
creases pressure on the southern security zone and on the
Israeli backed South Lebanese Army.
The Syrian move may, in fact, have a positive effect for
Israel: containing the growth of PLO troops in Lebanon |
and stretching Syria's army thin. Officially, the Israeli
Cabinet Defense Committee condemned Syria's action, :
stating that while Israel "has no intention of intervening in jij:
Lebanon's internal affairs, Israel will continue to follow jij:
closely every development on the ground and will see to en- jij:
suring its security needs ..." jij:
An Israeli analyst observed that Assad felt a need to |
reassert his authority over Amal and the PSP and to pre-
vent an imbalance from developing between his Lebanese iji
clients. Assad has yet to abandon his hope for Greater |
Syria, one nation encompassing Syria, Lebanon, Israel and iji
jij: Jordan. He also apparently feared that chaos in the city, i|ij
jij: coupled with an increase in foreign hostage-taking, would S
jjj: prompt the U.S. which recently sent a large naval force jij
ijij toward the Lebanese coast to intervene militarily.
ijij Finally, it appears that Assad seeks to restore his damag- jij:
iji; ed credibility with the West. West Germany, Great Britain jij
jjj; and the United States all imposed sanctions against jij:
jjj; Damascus late last year when Syria was linked to the at-
jjjj tempted bombing of an Israeli El Al jet in London and to jjij
: the bombing of the German-Arab Friendship League in
jij West Berlin. |
jjj: (Near East Report) ijij
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' * Impact Of The Demjanjuk Trial
Two 14-year-old school girls
braved the Jerusalem winter
and the wrath of their teacher
recently to wait in line from 6
a.m. for seats at the Demjan-
juk trial.
As it turned out, their
teacher was far from angry
and used their experiences as a
basis for the class discussion
next day. She had already
reserved seats for the class to
attend the war crimes hear-
ings in six weeks time.
The queues outside the
Jerusalem concert-hall-turned-
courtroom are so long each
day that the authorities have
opened an additional hall with
simultaneous television
transmission of the trial.
SOME OF the regular spec-
tators are themselves
Holocaust survivors one
bearded man, who does not fail
to come to each session, lost
his wife and two children at
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir attended an afternoon
session, and Gen. Yossi Peled,
commander of the northern
front, sat barely hiding his
emotions, as he remembered
the sound of the Gestapo
jackboots over the cellar in
Poland where he was hidden as
a child of four.
The heart-rending pro-
ceedings of the trial of John
Demjanjuk, accused of
slaughtering tens of thousands
of Jews at the Treblinka gas
chambers, follow Israelis
wherever they go.
Bus passengers sit silently
as they listen to the radio
transmission of the hearings
over the bus loudspeaker.
Every corner grocery store
seems to have the radio tuned
in to the trial, and drivers
stare grimly ahead as they
hear the gory details of the dai-
ly business of death at
Treblinka. It is the minutiae of
the running of the death camp
that are being described at
exactly which window did the
witness sit as he sorted the
gold teeth he had to tear from
the mouths of the corpses?
What was the exact construc-
tion of the incinerator where
the bodies were burned when
the Nazis realized the burial
pits were too full? Who was the
SS man who identified Jews
showing marks from beatings
the previous day and then had
them shot?
One question of detail made
Continued on Page 9
Synagogues, JCC To Hold Seders
Area synagogues and the
Jewish Community Center
have announced the following
schedule of Seders. Telephone
numbers have been provided
for reservations and/or more
Jewish Community Center
at 700 Spencer Drive, West
Palm Beach, for singles and/or
single parent families
689-7700; Monday, April 13.
Community-wide Seder
sponsored by the Jewish Com-
munity Center at The Hyatt
Hotel, West Palm Beach -
689-7000; Tuesday, April 14.
Congregation Anshei
Sholom at 5348 Grove St.,
West Palm Beach 684-3212;
Monday, April 13 and Tues-
day, April 14.
Golden Lakes Temple, at
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.,
West Palm Beach 689-9430;
Monday, April 13 and Tues-
day, April 14.
Temple Beth El at 2815
North Flagler Drive, West
Palm Beach 833-0339; Mon-
day, April 13 and Tuesday,
April 14.
Temple Beth Sholom at 315
N. "A" St., Lake Worth -
585-5020; Monday, April 13
and Tuesday, April 14.
Temple Beth Zion at 129
Sparrow Drive, Royal Palm
Beach; 798-8888; Monday,
April 13 and Tuesday, April
Temple B'nai Jacob at 2177
South Congress Ave., West
Palm Beach 433-5957; Mon-
day, April 13.
Temple Emanu-El at The
Hyatt Hotel, West Palm Beach
- 832-0804; Monday, April 13.
Temple Beth Torah at 900
Big Blue Trace, West Palm
Beach 793-2700; Tuesday,
April 14.
Temple Israel at The Hyatt
Hotel, West Palm Beach -
833-8421; Monday, April 13.
Is Conducting a "Demographic Study"
In Order To
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2. Identify crucial needs in our communitv
3. Plan program! and services to meet these needs, and
4. Identify community resources.
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Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridlah of Palm Beach County Page 5
CSSC Celebrates 'Decade Of Service'
The Comprehensive Senior Service Center (CSSC) of the Jewish Community
Center recently celebrated their tenth year of service to the Jewish communi-
ty with a "Decade of Service" luncheon at the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric
Center. West Palm Beach Vice Mayor Tom Reinkenis (second from left)
presented a proclamation declaring March 12 as CSSC Day in West Palm
Beach to (left to right) Jean Rubin, CSSC Director; and Victor Duke and
Sidney Berger, Chairman of the event.
Honored for their dedication and service to the CSSC during its decade of
service to the community are Claire Klein, Larry Ochstein, Robert D.
Rapaport, Bonnie Silverstein, and Fran Witt.

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Community Calendar
March 27
Free Sons of Israel -12:30 p.m.
March 28
Jewish Federation Leadership Development Program -
7:30 p.m.
March 29
Jewish Federation Century Village Award Breakfast
Women's American ORT District No. 6 4th annual lun-
cheon Israel Bonds Presidents Country Club din-
ner/dance Jewish Family and Children's Service board
retreat 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 30
Morse Geriatric Center Women's Auxiliary 2nd Annual
luncheon at The Hyatt noon Jewish Federation -
Nominating Committee noon.
March 31
Yiddish Culture Group Century Village -10 a.m. Jewish
Community Day School parent/teacher conference 6
p.m. Na'Amat USA Sharon -election of officers.
April 1
B nai B'rith Women Installation and paid up luncheon -
noon Lake Worth Jewish Center Sisterhood board -10
a.m. National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach -
board 10 a.m. Yiddish Culture Group Cresthaven 1
p.m. Jewish Community Center board 8 p.m. Jewish
Federation Holocaust Committee at Temple Israel -
April 2
National Council of Jewish Women Okeechobee board
10 a.m. Hadassah Henrietta Szold board 1 p.m.
:| Jewish Community Day School parent/teacher conference
S 6 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav 1 p.m. Na'Amat
j;!; USA Theodore Herzl 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 2939 -
jij: board -1 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah donor luncheon noon
;:j National Council of Jewish Women Flagler Evening -
;':': board 8 p.m. Hadassah West Boynton donor lunch -
;!; noon N'Amat USA Council fundraising workshop.
S For more information call the Jewish Federation,
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Also honored were Jean Rubin, Sam Rubin, Marian Rubin, JCC President
Zelda Pincourt, Rose Lord, and Helen Levine.
Other honorees were Jack Corrao, Madame Bea Alexander,
Carol Fox, Sabina Gottschalk, and Helen Hauben. The names
of those honored were inscribed on a plaque which will be
placed in the new CSSC facility in the planned Jewish Com-
munity Center Campus.
Carol Roberts, Chairman of
the Palm Beach County Com-
mission, brought greetings
from her colleagues who had
proclaimed March 12 JCC
Decade of Service Day in the
county. She reminisced about
her own early involvement in
the Jewish community and
noted how proud she was to
see the remarkable develop-
ment that has oceured over
the last decade.
Tom Kelly, former editor of
the Palm Beach Poet,
delivered the keynote ad-
drees. He paid tribute to the
progress the Jewish com-
munity has made in the last
ten years as evidenced by the
success of the CSSC, and to
the input of the Jewish
populace which raised the
coaciousness of the
newspaper in areas relating
to the Middle East, religious
fundamentalism, and the
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Wolf Blitzer, Washington
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Helen Sodowick, a member of Women's Division Board, and
Sheila Engelstein, Co-Chairperson of the Womens' Lion of
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Update ... Opinion
Israelis now have a conve-
nient way of learning the
Talmud by telephone. A "Dial-
a-Rabbi" service has opened in
Haifa offering a recording of a
page of the scholarly work,
and all for the cost of any other
call within Israel.
The "Wedding of the Year"
in Israel was the marriage of
the Vishnitzer Rebbe's grand-
daughter to the son of the Ant-
werp Machsike Hadass com-
munity's senior Rabbi. Twenty
thousand people attended the
ceremony held in a community
square, where Chasidim, car-
rying walkie-talkies, directed
traffic and crowds trying to
get a glimpse of the young
bride and groom, as well as the
Rebbe himself, who is regard-
ed with reverence. Six thou-
sand guests walked to the new
Vishnitz complex of buildings
which includes a magnificent
Synagogue, to participate in
the wedding feast. The
caterers coped remarkably
well, serving the four course
meal, on a shift system.
Women and men were
separated. So much so, that
they sat not only in different
rooms, but in different
A State Dep't. study in-
dicates that Palestinian Arabs
in Judea and Samaria, even
while under Israeli military
government, exercise a much
broader range of civil liberties
than do most Arab residents of
Arab countries.
You can't keep a secret in
Israel. It's such a small coun-
try that everybody knows your
business. And, because there
are so many foreign reporters,
the whole world knows your
business. Israel has the second
largest foreign press corps in
the world 354 represen-
tatives, plus 1,000 foreign
press visitors a year. In Israel,
people talk.
India refused visas to the
Israeli team to compete in the
world table tennis champion-
ship in New Delhi. The Arab
League has an office in the In-
dian capitol. Seventeen Arab
Ambassadors and Consular of-
ficials attended a meeting
there and decided that Arab
countries would boycott the
game if the Israelis were given
visas. In 1982, India refused to
allow Israel to attend the
Asian Games, as well as the
world table tennis champion-
ship in Calcutta in 1975.
Members of Israel's next
Knesset will not be permitted
to take part in any activity for
profit outside their Parliamen-
tary work. Present Knesset
members will have to publish a
list of all their economic in-
terests, and a statement of
their sources of income and
those of their families, and
they will be prohibited from
representing clients vis-a-vis
official authorities. Many
Knesset members run pro-
fitable law practices. Others
act as highly paid consultants
in many fields. Knesset
members will be permitted to
write or lecture on an occa-
sional basis.
Negev potatoes have become
a halachic conundrum. The
Rabbinical Court in Rehovot
faced an issue that might have
taxed King Solomon the Wise.
It had to decide whether 200
tons of potatoes produced by
strictly Orthodox settlers in
agricultural villages in the
Negev were usable in this
Shemitta year. The Rabbi of
Orthodox residents in the Mea
Shearim district of Jerusalem
rejected the potatoes claiming
that the Rabbi of the settlers in
the South had proclaimed their
fields to be "no man's land,"
thereby evading the Biblical
injunction to let Jewish fields
"rest" by lying fallow every
seventh year. The Mea
Shearim Rabbi would have
none of this, and ordered
potatoes from Holland. The
Southern settlers are deman-
ding that their co-religionists
in Jerusalem eat their potatoes
instead of the imported ones.
Did you know that the carat
weight for gold derived from
the seeds of the carob tree
because each seed is of. equal
size and weight? The carob
tree fruit, also called a locust
bean or St. John's Bread, is
ground into a cocoa-like flour.
The tree has been known since
Biblical times, and there are
still 200 year-old carobs grow-
ing in Israel. Carobs bear as
much as 500 kilos of fruit a
Admirers of Carmela, a
Syrian bear born in the Haifa
zoo 16 years ago, noticed that
the lady was putting on con-
siderable adipose tissue. Ex-
amination revealed that she
was at long last pregnant. For
many years, she had had love
affairs with various bears but
none resulted in her conceiv-
ing. A few months ago, she
took up with a five year old
from Petach Tikva, named
Charlie. As a result of her
pregnancy, she has lost all in-
terest in sex and will have
nothing to do with Charlie. He
is as grumpy as a bear and sits
sulking in a corner all day.
It's time for us to look
beyond headlines and Mr. Gor-
bachev's glasnost claims. Mr.
Gorbachev was in power when
many newly freed prisoners
were first jailed. Brutal treat-
ment of prisoners has
escalated since Mr. Gorbachev
assumed leadership. Of the
140 prisoners recently releas-
ed, only one was a Jewish ac-
tivist. Two prisoners died in
the hell of Chistopol prison
during Gorbachev's "liberal"
rule. Our Community
Refusenik, Yuli Edelshtein,
continues to suffer from
serious medical complications
due to a severe injury he
received in the labor camp
where he is serving a three
year sentence on false charges
of narcotic possession. If you
are not involved in the efforts
to free our Soviet brethren, br-
ing your conscience up from
the cellar of neglect, and get
Hitch-hiking stations around
Israel, at which soldiers wait
for lifts, are to be lit up in the
future by the Israel Electric
Corp. There was no budget
available to the Ministry of
Defense to cover the cost of in-
stallation and maintenance.
So, every worker employed by
the IEC agreed to contribute
one new shekel a month in-
definitely to cover such cost.
(To be
continued in next
Area teen-agers have fun at a dance given on behalf of Super
Sunday '87, the community-wide phonathon held Mar. 22 to
raise funds for the 1987 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County/United Jewish Appeal Campaign. Teens were also
recruited to volunteer at the phonathon.
/' f:
Responsible for planning the event and youth involvement in
Super Sunday are Eric Kurit, Michael Jacobson, Tammy
Hamberg, and Eddie Mullen.:.

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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 27, 1987
Morse Geriatric Center's
Women's Auxiliary
To Hold 2nd Annual
Luncheon, Fashion Show
The Second Annual Lun-
cheon and Fashion Show of the
Women's Auxiliary of the
Morse Geriatric Center will
take place at noon on Monday,
March 30, at the Hyatt Palm
"We have a marvelous pro-
gram planned for the luncheon
and fashion show. This is an
event not to be missed! We in-
vite our members and their
friends to make their reserva-
tions as soon as possible as a
sellout attendance is ex-
pected," states Frances
Schnitt, Luncheon Chairman.
"Our program features a
drawing for a color TV along
with prizes of art, gold
jewelry, dinner and hotel ac-
commodations. The Via Con-
dotti fashion show will be filled
with gorgeous outfits to
delight and please everyone. It
will be a lovely afternoon to en-
joy while helping the elderly
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program of care."
Tickets for the Second An-
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Show are $35 per person,
prepaid. For further informa-
tion, call the Center at
471-5111, Ext. 195.
Senator Howard Metzen-
baiun will be in the Palm
Beaches on Sunday, March
29, to speak on behalf of the
State of Israel Bonds and the
President Country Club at
their Third Annual Dinner
Dance. Howard Metzenbaum
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United States Senator from
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Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 9
Continued from Page 4
the President of the court,
Justice Dov Levin, show a rare
flash of anger. "How can you
ask where exactly the washing
was hung in a place where
850,000 Jews were killed?"
Levin pleaded. But when Dem-
janjuk's attorney, Mark
O'Connor, insisted he needed
that detail, the judge allowed
the question to be asked.
American Attorney O'Con-
nor appears to be testing the
memory of the witnesses.
Sometimes he discovers incon-
sistencies between their
evidence now and their
testimony at the Eichmann
trial in 1961, or in sworn
statements to Yad Vashem
Holocaust Center researchers.
question the terrible ex-
Continued from Page 2
Women's Division in 1984 in-
augurated a series of Mini-
Missions to visit the Federa-
tion's beneficiary agencies.
"This was a wonderful vehicle
for building a sense of com-
munity. Women, especially
those who lived here only part
of the year, were pleasantly
surprised to see what their
dollars were doing for our local
community. We always had
positive feedback," Mrs.
Engelstein recalled.
For Women's Division, 1984
was indeed the "year of the
mission." Three women from
the Business and Professional
Women's Networking Group
participated in the first Na-
tional B and P Women's Mis-
sion to Israel. At home, the
B and P group continued to
pledge itself to improving the
quality of Jewish life. Pro-
grams were held which dealt
with a variety of issues rele-
vant to the multiple roles of
Jewish career women.
Under Mrs. Engelstein's
leadership and along with her
Campaign Vice Presidents
Julie Cummings and Marva
Perrin, the Women's Division
Campaign achieved
"phenominal" new heights.
Spearheaded by the Lion of
Judah and Pacesetter
categories, a number of events
were held which contributed to
the overall success. A five year
goal of $240,000 was adopted
in support of Project Renewal
programs and services in Hod
Hasahron, Israel. Women who
contributed $2,500 were
presented with a K'Tubah cer-
tificate and honored at a
"Celebration of Life"
The Lands of the President's
effective personal solicitation
campaign increased yearly.
Women also played a major
role in Super Sunday, organiz-
ing their own woman-to-
woman telephone solicitation.
A new $125-999 category was
created. The event was held at
Saks Fifth Avenue and was
highlighted by a fashion show.
As a result of Mrs. Engels-
tein's leadership, Women's
Division continued to make
great strides. Working "for a
cause," she inspired others to
ioin with her to help Jews
locally, in Israel, and
periences of these survivors of
Treblinka, but he does
challenge their ability to
remember the face of their
tormentor, known at
Treblinka as "Ivan The
The witnesses have all iden-
tified photos allegedly of Ivan,
the then 25-year-old mechanic
who operated the equipment
for the gas chamber, and who
delighted in beating his victims
before they went to their
Yehiel Meir Raichman, a sur-
vivor now living in Uruguay,
recalled an occasion when
Ivan, hearing the wails of a
new transport of Jews arriving
at the gas chamber, eagerly
left the supply cart h. was
driving and ran to fetch his
iron bar to join the guards
beating the Jews.
THE MAIN document
presented so far by the pro-
secution is an SS identity card,
received recently from
Moscow, bearing Demjanjuk's
name and picture. The defen-
dant, who as a Ukrainian had
served in the Red Army,
claims to have been captured
by the Germans and placed in a
Prisoner of War camp during
the period he is accused of be-
ing at Treblinka.
O'Connor says this docu-
ment, which the prosecution
obtained through the Israeli-
Foreign Ministry with the help
of American-Jewish oil tycoon
Armand Hammer, is a KGB
forgery. He claims that the
Russians want revenge
against Ukrainians who left
the USSR and settled in the
United States. The defense at-
torney says he has an expert
who can prove the forgery
chemically but that the pro-
secution fears he will destroy
the evidence.
THE DEFENSE also plans
to bring seven witnesses,
whom O'Connor refuses to
identify, to testify on Demjan-
juk's behalf.
Meanwhile, conversations
the accused had in his Israeli
prison with a Russian-
speaking police officer disguis-
ed as a prison warder were
reported to the court.
Chief Superintendant Arye
Kaplan, who immigrated from
the Soviet Union in 1973,
related how Demjanjuk con-
tinually protested his
However, on several occa-
sions the defendant challenged
Kaplan with the statement:
"When your commanding of-
ficer orders you to do
something, you obey." (The
prosecution claims Demjanjuk
agreed to take the position at
Treblinka in order to escape
the rigors of the German POW
camp.) And, when referring to
Jews, Demjanjuk used the
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 27, 1987
Annual Comm
Albert Goldstein with Mr.
Robert and Erie Abrams with Mr. Hamlisch Hamlisch Alan and Ellen Gordon with Mr. Hamlisch
Dinner Dance
Dr. Alan and Marcy Marcu i
Committee member Alec Engelstein and
Associate Campaign Chairman Sheila
Engelstein with Mr. Hamlisch.
Mark and Stacey Levy. Mr. Levy gave the
keynote address discussing the needs of Jews
locally, in Israel and around the world. Mrs.
Levy was responsible for providing the
decorations through her company, "A
Fabulous Affair."
David Friedberg; Emylou Newburger; Mollie Fittin
Women's Division President; and Robert Fitterman.
Robert and Marva Peirin with Lee and Irving Mazer
Richard and Trish Flah with Judge Howard Berman
Delmar Zimmer, Dr. Norma Schulman, and Simone and Norman Goldblum Soni and Jim Kay
Howard and Detra Kay with Robin and Ma
Joel and Carole Koeppel with Marvin Hamlisch. Mr. and Mrs. Koeppel chaired the Communi-
ty Dinner last year.
Sy and Harriet Fine
Harold and A
Nathalie and Emanuel Goldberg, Max Brandstetter, and Ruth Berman
Paul and Carolyn Shapiro with Kim and Howard Bregman

y Dinner Dance
Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
cu i with Mr.
Alan and Zelda Mason with Mr. Hamlisch David and Gail Schwartz
Alvin and Ruth Wilensky
Barry and Marjorie Berg; Marvin Hamlisch; Carol Greenbaum, Women's
Division Campaign Vice President; and Lionel Greenbaum.
Sally and Irving Salins with Marvin Hamlisch
Fred and Myrna Cohen with Buddie and Stanley Brenner
Steven and Deborah Schwarzberg with Dr. Philip and Rhonda Paston
Marshall Isaacson
Morris and Esther Rapoport with Helen and Lester Sodowick
Marilyn and Arnold Lampert
Adeline Kramer with Helen and Arnold Hoffman
Sharon Ellis, Ronald Schram. and Barbara and Nathan Tanen
Richard and Robin Bernstein with Mr.
Tela Gallicchio, Michael Lampert, Sandy Myers, and Gary Zwickel Hamlisch
Esther and Nathan Kosowski
Continued on Page 12

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Community Dinner Dance
Continued from Page 11
Nat and Rhea Passon with Patti and Anthony Lampert
Bernard and Barbara Green with Pearl and Irving Delson

Alex and Esther Gruber with Nancy and David Dickson
Raising Funds
TORONTO (JTA) Canada's
large Ukrainian community is
raising money for the defense of
John Demjanjuk, currently on
trial in Israel for crimes against
humanity and the Jewish people.
There are about 600,000 Ukrai-
nians in Canada.
The Ukrainian-born Demjanjuk,
a retired automobile worker from
Cleveland, Ohio, was extradited to
Israel last year. So far in his trial,
four Holocaust survivors have
positively identified him as the
sadistic Treblinka death camp
guard known as "Ivan the Terri-
ble" who operated the gas
Continued front Page 1
vide full social, athletic, educa-
tional and cultural activities.
The centrally located agencies
will help to meet the need for a
common meeting ground, pro-
viding a place where a singles
can meet new friends; where a
teen's life can be fortified to
counter drugs, depression and
assimilation; where seniors
can enjoy warmth and compa-
nionship; where programs are
available for every age and
According to Mr. Messing,
the campus as envisioned will
include family activities,
cultural and education pro-
grams, youth and teen groups,
physical fitness facilities, and
an extensive sports program
including tennis, swimming,
and racquet ball.
"This campus is a long time
dream of our community which
can come true," Mr. Messing
said. "There will be a place for
all of us. We need and welcome
the support of the entire
For more information, con-
tact Leon Rossen, Jewish
Community Center Campus
Campaign Director, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.
Lois Frankel and Marvin Hamlisch
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Friday, March 27,1987/The Jewish Floridian of fralm Beach County

Helping People
Lending A Helping Hand At Passover
This year, as in previous
years, Jewish Family and
Children's Service will be
distributing food during
Passover, to Jewish in-
dividuals and families that can-
not afford Kosher or Passover
food. Organizations that are
interested in donating Kosher
for Passover food, or money to
purchase food should contact
Jewish Family and Children's
Service now, so that adequate
time can be allotted for collec-
tion and distribution.
In previous years, the staff
of JFCS have not only
distributed Passover food to
former and current clients who
could not afford to purchase
items, but have also helped
some individuals who were
isolated in boarding homes and
nursing homes and had little
opportunity to celebrate the
holiday. In addition, some
clients have had Temple Seder
tickets purchased for them,
through agency funds, when it
became clear to our staff that
the client could not afford the
Seder ticket and participation
in the Seder was important to
the client.
It is the goal of JFCS to do
more than just help fellow
Jews obtain basic necessities
such as food. The agency
assists clients who would like
Israel's Relationship
Continued from Pace 1
business with the apartheid
According to press reports,
the value of existing military
contracts with South Africa is
estimated at between $200
million and $500 million an-
nually, most involving transfer
of technology rather than
Despite that threat, the In-
ner Cabinet (five Labor and
five Likud Ministers) took five
hours of sometimes heated
debate to reach its decisions.
Likud Minister of Commerce
and Industry Ariel Sharon
spoke for the ministerial fac-
tion opposed to sanctions. He
maintained that Israel could
stand up to American pressure
on the issue.
But Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres warned that
Israel's international standing
could suffer if it refused to join
the West in sanctions. He was
especially wary of Israel's rela-
tions with the U.S., already
strained by the Jonathan
Pollard spy case and the Iran-
Contra arms sale scandal.
Surprisingly, Peres won the
support of both Premier Yit-
zhak Shamir and Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
The new policy will deprive
Beth El
of West Palm Beach
Celebration '87
Third In series
Cantor Norman Brody
(the man with the
golden voice)
in concert
Sunday, April 5
7 p.m.
Ticket* $10
For further Information
Temple Beth El
2815 N.FIagler Drive
W. Palm Beach, Fla. 33407
Israel of South African coal on
which it relies heavily for its
electric power plants. Peres
said, however, that Israel
could fill its coal needs from
the People's Republic of China
or Australia.
to observe Jewish holidays and
customs, but who have trouble
doing so because of illness,
financial problems, lack of
transportation, or lack of
knowledge regarding Jewish
life in West Palm Beach. If you
are aware of someone who will
need help at Passover time,
have them call Jewish Family
and Children's Service. And, if
your Temple or organization
would like to get involved in a
Passover project, also call us
at 684-1991.
(The Jewish Family and
Children's Service of Palm
Beach County, Inc., is a non-
profit agency designed to meet
the social, emotional ana
counseling needs of the Jewish
community of Palm Beach
County. Our office is located at
2250 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.,
Suite 10k- Our telephone
number is 684-1991. The
Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a beneficiary agency
of the Jewish Federation and
the United Way of Palm Beach
The President Country Club
and the State of Israel Bonds
announce that Reva and Bad-
dy Goodman will receive the
coveted Lion of Judah
Award. This was announced
by Ben Roisman, General
Chairman, and Bernard
Plisskin, Dinner Chairman.
The Goodmans will receive
the award at a Gala Dinner
Dance Sunday, March 29, at
the President Country Club.
Weinberger's Critique
Secretary of Defense Caspar
Weinberger "argued in a
secret affidavit that a stronger
Israel upsets the balance of
power in the Mideast and
makes war there more likely"
(Washington Times, Mar. 3).
Weinberger also reportedly
pointed to Israel's 1985 raid on
PLO headquarters in Tunisia
"as an example of Israeli ag-
gressiveness prompted by a
clear military advantage over
its enemies." Typically, Ad-
ministration officials assert
that Israel must be strong to
be a reliable ally and to be able
to take risks in the peace
The paper said that the
Secretary s remarks were part
of a classified affidavit filed by
attorneys for Jonathan
Pollard, who offered them to
support a request for leniency
in the sentencing of their
client. Pollard admitted to us-
ing his civilian analyst's job in
Naval intelligence to spy for
Israel, and Israeli papers have
claimed that information he
provided assisted in the Tunis
(Near East Report)

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Stratford, Beachpoint, '2600




Rishona Chapter is having their regular meeting on |
Wednesday, April 8, at 12:30 p.m. at the American Savings S
Bank, Westgate, CV.
Entertainment and collation to follow. All members and >:
guests are welcome.
The following members were elected as Officers and ;:
Trustees to serve Lodge No. 3132 for the term April 1, :
1987 to March 31, 1988:
President Alvin Sasso, First Vice President Samuel ::
Jacoby, Second Vice President Samuel Roskin, Third Vice |
President Dr. L. Stein, Fourth Vice President Irving S
Meltzer, Recording Secretary Arthur Rappeport, Financial jij:
Secretary David Green, Treasurer Morton Fuchs, Chaplain |
Hyman Nadrich, Warden Harold Isaacs, Trustee: George ig
J. Columbus, Joseph Klein, Sidney Klein, Leonard T. jjj;
Greenberg and Leonard Turk.
Masada Chapter is planning a Paid Up Membership ijij
and Installation luncheon on April 2 at the Morse Geriatricjjj;
Center. :
The Chapter will be holding a boat ride on May 27.ij:
Lunch, dinner, show and games are included.
Olam Chapter will have their paid up luncheon and in- :jij
stallation on Wednesday, April 1, at noon at the ballroom of ijjj
the Challenger Clubhouse, in Poinciana, Lake Worth. An jij:
original skit written by Ruth Schuster will be presented. jijj
Reservations are necessary.
The next meeting will take place Friday, March 27 at the jjjj
American Savings Bank (near the Okeechobee entrance to jjjj
Century Village). A speaker from the Joseph L. Morse jij:
Geriatric Center will present its plans to provide quality jjj;
medical, therapeutic and health services to persons in need j:j:
in their own homes. The program will respond to a growing ijjj
need within our local community, especially among the >:
Aviva Chapter will meet Monday, April 6 at noon at the
Free Methodist Church on Dillman Road off Jog Road. The jij
Board will meet at 10:30 a.m. Aviva celebrates its First jij
Birthday and the 75th Birthday of Hadassah. Ruth Siegel, jij
recently returned from a trip to Israel will speak about the jij
Highlights of her experiences there. Refreshments will be i;i
served. All are welcome.
_____ jij
Shalom and Tikvah W. Palm Beach Chapters will hold :j:
their annual Award luncheon at The Breakers on Thurs- iji
day, April 2. Guest speaker will be Helen Weisberg, iji
member National Board of Hadassah; honored guest, Edna ij;
Hibel, directed by Goldie Bernstein. For further details, jij
contact Donor Chairman, Myra Ohrenstine.
The next regular meeting will take place on Wednesday, jij:
April 1, 9:30 a.m. at the American Savings Bank, West jij
Gate of Century Village on Okeechobee Blvd.
Cantor Norman Brody of Temple Beth El will conduct
the memorial service. Refreshments will be served.
Lakes of Poinciana Chapter invites you to its regular iji
meeting on Monday, April 6 at 12:30 p.m. at the Lakes iji
Clubhouse. ij:
Featured speaker will be Dr. Robert Alsofrom, clinical
psychologist, whose topic will be "How to look better and ij;
live longer." Dr. Aisoirom_wHl_answer questions.
Okeechobee Chapter will hold its monthly meeting on iji
Tuesday, April 7, 12:30 p.m., at the home of Gloria Litvin. %
Guest speaker Lillian Kudish, Member of the Soviet Jewry iji
Task Force of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach Coun-
ty, will talk on "Plight of the Refuseniks."
ALLBooms **"''",
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Residents of Stratford,
Beachpoint, and "2600" in
South Palm Beach recently
attended a cocktail party
given on behalf of the 1987
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County/United Jewish
Appeal Campaign hosted by
(seated) Anne Weiss, Cele
Levine, Nathalie Goldberg,
(standing) Mortimer Weiss,
Chairman of Stratford; AI
Levine, Chairman of Beach-
point; and Emanuel
Goldberg, Chairman of
Residents of the "2600" building attending
the Cocktail Reception are (seated) Fritzi
Holtzman, Helen Leventhal, Charlotte Fox,
Sandy Reisman, and Ursula Gutterman.
Standing are Irving Baron, Bernard
Reisman, Emanuel Goldberg, Nathalie
Goldberg, Harry Gutterman, Henry Fox,
Sam Holtzman, and Fred Axelrod.
Residents of Beachpoint are
(seated) Al Levine, Sol Good-
man, and Murray Horowitz.
Standing is Isador Segall.
305-538-5721' JACOW o-^--Ja Anita
Representing the Stratford are (seated)
Barnett, Dorothy Rubin, Daisy
Seplow, Bea Block, Anne Weiss, and
Arlene Barad. Standing are Mortimer
Weiss, Harold Barnett, Sam Rubin, Toby
Miller, Herman Snyder, Sydney Fogel,
Leonard Stoler, Dr. George Seplow, and
Paul Kriensky.

Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page IS
Readers Write
Assistance Requested To Apprehend JWV Memorial Vandalizers

i Jewish Floridian:
|The Anti-Defamation
eague of B'nai B'rith, in con-
nction with Delray Beach
alice Chief Charles Kilgore,
j asked for assistance from
j-ime Stoppers in regard to
[formation leading to the ar-
ist and conviction of the van-
Jizers of the Jewish War
leterans Memorial in the
elray Beach Veterans Park.
[On January 19, two months
fter its dedication, the Jewish
}ar Veterans Memorial, a six
,ot granite monolith, was
jiocked off its base. Prior to
Le November dedication, the
fewish War Veterans Corn-
lander received several
lephone calls from an
lonymous male voice,
Ireatening to destroy or
feface the monument, and
rm the Commander and City
puncil members who sup-
J)rted the project.
|To date, there is insufficient
hdence to make an arrest.
[Crime Stoppers is a program
Palm Beach County which
res cash rewards up to
1,000 if the tip leads to an ar-
[st or recovery of stolen pro-
^rty. If you know someone in-
lved in the destruction of the
jwish War Veterans
lemorial, please call Crime
toppers. In Boca Raton-
si ray Beach, call 276-TIPS
76-8477) or in the West Palm
ch area, call 689-TIPS.
lers do not give their
les, and remain completely
|The Anti-Defamation
;ague hopes that this
interaction program, in
Isociation with Crime Stop-
prs, will not only lead to the
rest of the perpetrators, but
>nerate greater public
rareness of the problem of
hti-Semitic vandalism and
Palm Beach County
Regional Director
Anti-Defamation League
>e Israel Bond Organiza-
on and Temple Beth Kodesh
jounce that Jack Schwart-
erK has been chosen to
ceive the coveted City of
ce Award. He wiU receive
[ s award for his years of
eless devotion sod commit-
t to the State of Israel.
M award will be presented
la Branch in Mr. Schwart-
f rg's honor at Congrega-
[n Beth Kodesh, Sunday,
fnl 5. at noon. Special
lest for this event will be
[ckey Freeman, "America's
fonte Humorist." For
pre information about this
*nt, or additional informa-
? regarding the Israeli
nd8 Progrsra, call:
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m. to 5 p.m.
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Senior News
The Comprehensive Senior Center, through a Federal
Grant Title HI of the Older Americana Act, funded by
Gulf stream 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.
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. Volunteers and
staff are helpful and gracious.
Diners enjoy meeting and
eating together each day.
There is no fee, but contribu-
tions are requested. Reserva-
tions must be made, so please
call either Carol or Lillian at
Monday, March 30 Games
with Fred Bauman.
Tuesday, March 31 Helen
Gold, RD.
Wednesday, April 1 Chair
Exercises and Health Educa-
tion with Shirley Sheriff.
Thursday, April 2 Lou
Young on the Violin.
Friday, April 3 Shabbat
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
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 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.
The School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult and
Community Education
Classes: The School Board
provides instructors at the
Jewish Community Center.
There are no fees for these
classes, except if supplies are
needed. Participants are asked
to make a contribution. The
following are classes being
" I
JCC News
Gather at the Center (700 Spencer Dr.) on Thursday,
April 2, 7 p.m., to enjoy an evening with David Sandier on
Yiddish in both a humorous and serious vein. Members $1,
non-members $1.25.
Meet at the Center on Monday, March 30, 7:30 p.m. to
plan exciting events for the future.
On Wednesday, April 1 from 5-7 p.m., celebrate April
Fool's Eve at Cheers in the Royce Hotel (Belvedere Road,
west of 1-95). Join us for good company, drink specials and
the complimentary buffet. Donation $1 plus your own fare.
Gather at Lucky's in the PGA Sheraton Sunday, March
29, 8 p.m., to enjoy Singles Night together. Join us for dan-
cing, special drink prices, mingling and lots of fun! Ask for
our group at the door.
Get together on Saturday, March 28, 9 p.m., at Bogies'
Lounge (Congress Ave. and Okeechobee Blvd.) to enjoy an
evening of dancing and mingling. Donation: $1 plus your
own fare.
On Wednesday, April 1, 7:30 p.m., celebrate April Fool's
Day at Jerry's home. Drinks and munchies will be provided.
Donation: $3. For location and directions call the JCC.
Get together at the Center on Tuesday, March 31, 7:30
p.m., to plan events for the upcoming months.
Meet Sunday, March 29,7 p.m., to play pool at the Drexel jj-:
p Saloon (Drexel Road and Okeechobee, across from the $
: Turnpike). Donation: $1 plus own fare.
f. For more information call the JCC at 689-7700.
Weight Control. Instructor,
Arthur Gang, Mondays at 1:45
Stress Management. In-
structor Joyce Hogan,
Tuesdays at 1:15 p.m.
Exercise and Health
Education. Instructor Shirley
Sheriff, Wednesdays at 10
Speak Out. Instructor
Shirley Sheriff, Wednesdays
at 1:15 p.m.
Palm Beach Junior College
of Continuing Education
North Campus: Provides in-
structors at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. There are no
fees for these classes, except if
supplies are needed. Par-
ticipants are asked to make a
Coping with Alzheimer's
at Home. Ruth Janko, MS, In-
structor. A very special class
to relieve the uncertainties,
anguish and isolation of
caregivers of Alzheimer pa-
tients by teaching coping
skills, disseminating scientific
and medical information and
alleviating stress. Classes on
Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
Improve Your Memory.
Ruth Janko, MS, Instructor.
Classes on Fridays at 1:30 p.m.
starting March 27. A six week
session on memory. What it is
how to keep it and improve
Managing Diabetes
Jewish Community Center
Wisdom of the Body Series.
Thursday, April 2 at 2 p.m.
Consultant Gert Friedman an-
nounces that Cheryl Scott, RN
will present "Everything you
want to know regarding
Diabetes." The basics of the
Body and nutrition will be
discussed. Refreshments will
be served after a question and
answer period. Everyone is
Intermediate Bridge Series.
Instructor Arthur Parsont.
Meets Wednesdays at 1:30
p.m. Fee for JCC members,
$2.50; for non-members, $3.
Speakers Club Meets
Thursdays at 10 a.m.
Vital Tax Assistance. With
Herb Kirsch and Harry Kalik,
Wednesdays 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Health Insurance. With
Edie Reiter, third Thursday of
each month. Call for appoint-
ment or information, Ruth at
Timely Topics Meets
Mondays at 2 p.m. A
stimulating group of men and
women meet each week on an
ongoing basis to discuss all
phases of current events.
A special lecture will take
place on April 6. This is spon-
sored by Timely Topics. What
will happen to your spouse if
you suffer a catastrophic il-
lness? Will he or she have to
turn to Welfare? Attorney
Michael Lampert will address
this problem. Everyone is
welcome. Also, any member
who wishes to attend luncheon
before the meeting (at 1:15)
may do so by signing up the
week before or callng Ruth at
689-7703 for reservation.
Moderator March 30, Sylvia
Volunteers are continually
needed at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Please call
Carol, Coordinator of
Volunteers for an appoint-
ment, 689-7703.
JCC Offers Teen
Summer Adventure
The Jewish Community
Center of the Palm Beaches
has announced its 1987 Adven-
ture Tour through the South,
Southwest, Pacific Coast and
in-between. "The Best of the
West" is a 27 day, air condi-
tioned bus tour for teens enter-
ing 8th-llth grades. The trip
extends from July 19-Aug. 14
and will be under the direction
of Terry Frost (Teen Travel
Camp Director for the past
five years) and a competent
staff of experienced
. After stopping over in
Mobile, the group will zoom
through Houston's Astroworld
and Lyndon Johnson's Space
Center. The teens will relive
the Alamo in San Antonio,
discover the Heart of Texas
and feast at Market Square
... on to Albuquerque where
they will journey through Old
Town and explore the National
Atomic Museum .. from
Albuquerque they will journey
to Flagstaff, Arizona where
they will explore nature at its
best in the depths of the Grand
Canyon (camping under the
stars) for three action packed
days then they will head
toward Hoover Dam ... on to
Los Angeles ... Hooray for
Hollywood and Universal
Studios what really goes on
behind the scenes? Teen
traveling minds want to know
... they will also tour the
homes of the stars in Beverly
Hills ... then on to San Fran-
cisco, travel across the Golden
Gate Bridge, visit the Ex-
ploratorium and chow down at
Fisherman's Wharf and
Chinatown, Salt Lake City,
Utah is next, to enjoy Trolley
Square and Liberty Park ...
back to nature at Yellowstone
National Park for Old Faithful,
Geyser Trail, trout fishing and
horseback riding ... over to
the awesome Mt. Rushmore
then to Kansas City, Missouri
where they will discover The
World of Oceans of Fun
Amusement Park, visit the
Museum of History and
Science ... and then on to
Nashville to enjoy Opryland
and the Country Music Hall of
Fame .. they will stopover in
Atlanta to ride up Stone Moun-
tain and roll down to 6 Flags
Over Georgia and then
Homeward Bound.
And There is More The
JCC adventure is a group ex-
perience offered under the
guidance of competent staff.
Participants will travel
together, cook together, have
long discussions into the night,
make decisions, and learn how
to care about each other in a
warm Jewish atmosphere.
The group will stay at hotels,
Jewish Community Centers,
Hillels, college dorms and at
camp sites at the national
parks. They will have meals in
well known restaurants, local
dining spots and they will
prepare meals while camping
The group will participate
each week in a Shabbat ex-
perience and Friday evenings
and Saturdays will be reserved
as non-travel days.
For further information in-
terested people are urged to
call the JCC at 689-7700. The
trip is limited to 40 par-
ticipants and reservations
must be made by April 15.
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Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 17
Direct Connection To The Afforestation Of Israel
The afforestation of the land
of Israel has played an impor-
tant part in the Jewish Na-
tional Fund's efforts to
reclaim the entire Jewish
state. Since its creation in
1901, JNF has planted over
180 million trees, and the
agency's afforestation work is
evident in the thriving parks,
forests and urban greenbelts
which have been established
throughout Israel.
To reach a wider group of
supporters who want to plant
trees in commemoration of a
special event, in memory of a
loved one or in support of
JNF's afforestation program,
a new toll-free number has
been established, which will
allow callers to charge tree
orders with Visa or Master-
card credit cards. The toll-free
number is 1-800-542-TREE.
"Through JNF's afforesta-
tion program, thousands of
supporters have been able to
establish their living link with
Israel's land," said Stuart
Paskow, director of JNF's
Communications and Informa-
tion Department. He stated
that JNF's toll-free number
will allow a wider spectrum of
individuals to easily par-
ticipate in the development of
the Jewish homeland. "Plan-
ting trees in Israel for a special
occasion should be considered
as an alternative to sending
flowers and once they're
planted, the trees will last
forever," he added.
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B'nai B'rith Lawyers And Judges Unit Formed
Judge Hugh Glickstein has
been elected President of the
newly formed Palm Beach
Legal Unit of B'nai B'rith No.
5360. According to Judge
Glickstein, the unit was in-
augurated to "undertake pro-
jects to enhance our fellow
Jews and all humanity, to
discuss matters of common in-
terest, and
lawyers and judges who have a
common background."
to establish
among the
The group already has a
number of projects on its agen-
da. A March 5 Resolution has
been adopted urging the
Florida Bar to require all
members of all Judicial
Hornstein Dies
Continued from Page 1
St. Mary's Hospital in West
Palm Beach. He was a former
Vice President and Chairman
of the Admissions Committee
of the Palm Beach Country
Club for 12 years. He was also
a past President and founder
of Woodholme Country Club in
Pikesville, Maryland and a
past president of the Old Oaks
Country Club in Purchase,
New York.
Erwin H. Blonder, President
of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, noted
that "Ben was one of the
greatest leaders of our Jewish
world. He cared tremendously
for mankind and never
faltered in his help to his fellow
Jews. He was a giant among
men and will be sorely
A communitywide memorial
service will be held Sunday,
Nominating Commissions and
the Judicial Qualifications
Commission to disclose pre-
sent and past membership in
any discriminatory clubs and
organizations. The Florida Bar
had previously adopted in 1986
at the request of Judge Glicks-
tein, an application form for all
candidates seeking judicial ap-
pointment which requires this
At their first meeting,
members endorsed a
brotherhood plan suggested by
Arlyne Warshall to open a
dialogue with black lawyers
and judges. A dinner to begin
this process is planned for
The group will also sponsor
an essay contest for the 7th
and 8th graders of the Jewish
Community Day School,
"What the Constitution Means
"*S of Cedars S^bjESSfc^
' r $50 U.S. Savings Bond will be
March 29, 10 a.m., at the
Jewish Community Day
School, 5801 Parker Avenue,
West Palm Beach. Rabbi
Howard Hirsch will officiate.
Mr. Hornstein is survived by
a nephew, Roger Hornstein of
Washington, D.C.; a niece,
Myrna Shriman of Bronx,
N.Y.; and a sister-in-law,
Services and internment
were in New York Monday,
March 23. Local arrangements
were handled by Riverside
Memorial Chapel in West Palm
In lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions may be made to the Ben-
jamin S. Hornstein Scholar-
ship Fund of the Jewish Com-
munity Day School, 5801
Parker Avenue, West Palm
Beach, FL 33405.
A-AAbot Answerfone offers:
"person to person service"
24 hours a day
A-AAbot Answerfone (305)586- 7400
213 N. Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460
presented to the winners.
Leonard Hanser will be
heading this effort.
Other officers elected for
1987 are Bruce Daniels,
President-Elect; Terry Resk,
Jeremy Aaron Stephenson,
son of Dr. Richard and Nancy
Simkins of Palm Beach
Gardens, will be called to the
Torah on Saturday, March 28,
at Temple Israel, West Palm
Beach. Rabbi Howard Shapiro
will officiate.
Jeremy attends Howell
Watkins Junior High School
and is involved in tennis and
boy scouts. He will be twinned
with Vadim Belkin of Gogolia,
USSR, who has been denied
his freedom at this time to be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Family members and friends
sharing in the simcha are his
sister, Nina, and grand-
parents, Bobbe Chulock of
Chicago, Illinois and Marvin
and Bea Simkins of York,
Midrasha Judaica High School
Invite* you to Join us
for our
Forum Series" Spring Programs
These programs are open to all Jewish teens and parents.
They are designed to present Information concerning important issues that face
teens and their families and to provide an 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.
"Bridges and Barriers To Communications:
How Can We Understand Each Other Better"
DATE: Wednesday, April 8,1987
TIME: 8:15 p.m.-9:l 5 p.m. (Regular Social Hour)
PLACE: Merkaz of the Jewish Community Day School
5801 Parker Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida
Co-Sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women, Flagler Evening Section,
and Jewish Family and Children's Services
The Midrasha Judaica High School is sponsored by the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County in cooperation with local Synagogues,
the JCDSandthe JCC.
Vice President, External Af-
fairs; Steve Schwarzberg, Vice
President, Internal Affairs;
Alan Zengen, Vice President,
Membership; and Marvin Lit-
tky, Vice President,
Also elected are Leonard
Hanser, Recording Secretary;
Arlyne Warshall, Treasurer;
Judge Harold Cohen,
Chaplain; and Norman
Kapner, Sandy Myers, Richard
Cohen, Michael Lampert,
Shepard Lesser, Trustees.
For more information, con-
tact the B'nai B'rith office,
Religious Directory
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.
West Palm Beach 33417. Phone 684-3212. Office hours 9 a.m. 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 a.m. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
For times of evening services please call the Temple office,
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 a.m.
Daily Minyan 8:15 a.m., 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, 8:16 a.m.
Friday Evening, 8:15 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 224 N.W. Avenue G, Belle Glade
33430. Sabbath services Friday, 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-3886.
TEMPLE BETH ZIONt 129 Sparrow Dr., Royal Palm Beach, FL
33411. Sabbath services Friday 8 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. 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 a.m.
Beth Abraham: 3998 SW Leighton Farms Road, Palm City
33490. Mailing address: P.O. Box 2996, Stuart, FL 33495. Phone
287-8833. Rabbi Israel J. Barzak. Services Friday evenings 8 p.m.
and Saturday 10 a.m.
CONGREGATION AITZ CHAIM: 2518 Haver hill Rd., West
Palm Beach 33417. Phone 686-5056. Sabbath services 8:45 a.m.
and sundown. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 5:45 p.m.
857146. Port St. Lucie, FL 33452. Friday night services 8 p.m.,
Saturday morning 10:30 a.m. 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 Parish Hall, 20th
Avenue and Victory Blvd., Vero Beach 32960. Mailing address:
P.O. Box 2113, Vero Beach, FL 32961-2113. Rabbi Richard D.
Messing. Phone 1-569-4700.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH: 900 Big Blue Trace, West Palm
Beach, FL 33414. Friday services 8:15 p.m. Saturday morning 10
a.m. Rabbi Steven R. Westman. Cantor Elliot Rosenbaum. Phone
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 33417. Phone

Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
"The Israeli Love Bus," a
musical comedy by Marge
Cohen will be presented by
Sisterhood at the Challenger
Club, Poinciana Place, Lake
Worth on Sunday, March 29 at
7:30 p.m.
The "Love Bus" is about five
widows searching for mates,
and a pair of pen pals, who are
touring Israel.
Shabbat Service on Friday,
March 27 will be conducted by
Rabbi Howard Shapiro. His
sermon will be: "Some Jews
Among Us," Jeremy Stephen-
son will chant the kiddush.
Cantor Peter Taormina will
lead the congregation in songs.
Rabbi Joel Levine will pre- bath Service,
sent to Kim Baker, Youth tfmpifrvthki
Group President, the Kavod TfcMPLE BETH EL
Award from the North Friday, March 27, 7:30 p.m.
American Federation of Tern- Kums>tz (Sing along) in Senter
pie Youth. Temple Judea's Hal'-Join the mn an<^ 8mK and
Youth Group is one of only six marcb into the Sanctuary for
the entire
to receive
youth groups in
Southeast Region
the Kavod Award.
During Services, Kevin
Baker, Brent Berger, and An-
dy Fine will deliver reports
about their experiences at the
Biennial Convention of the
North American Federation of
Temple Youth held last month
in Washington, D.C. This
Biennial was attended by close
to one thousand youth
delegates and focused on the
theme "Tikun Olam" the
repair of our world.
As part of the Service,
Services will begin at 8 p.m. Susan Wolf-Schwartz and her
Everyone is invited. During
the evening service child care
will be provided.
On Saturday morning ser-
vices will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Members of the Senior
husband Steven will receive a
blessing from Rabbi Levine in
honor of their tenth wedding
Prior to Services, the
Outreach Committee of Tem-
ple Judea will conduct a
Passover Seder Workshop
with Rabbi Levine and Cantor
Youth Group will conduct Sab- Newman. This will begin at 7
bath Services on Friday, p.m. and is open to the public
Catherine s Cultural Center. during a portjon of g^ gab
JCDS Begins Registration
For 1987-88 School Year
The Jewish Community Day
School of Palm Beach County
is now accepting applications
for admission for the 1987-88
school year. "We are planning
an unprecedented year of ex-
citing learning experiences for
our students," said Barbara
Steinberg, Executive Director.
"We expect to continue to
grow in numbers and quality.
We encourage parents of pro-
spective students to submit
their enrollment applications
as soon as possible to reserve
places for their children as
part of our school
The JCDS, which educates
children from kindergarten
through the eighth grade, pro-
vides a general studies pro-
gram in conjunction with a
comprehensive Jewish studies
curriculum. In addition to
language arts, math, science
and social studies, the school
offers art, music, physical
education, computer-assisted-
instruction and computer
Area Deaths
science. Jewish studies include
Bible, Hebrew language and
literature, Jewish social
studies, Prayer and Jewish
Visitors are welcome. Please
call the school at 585-2227 for
an appointment, or to receive
an application and additional
the 8:15 Service. Adult Choir
to sing at evening service.
Saturday, March 28, in addi-
tion to the 9:30 a.m. service
there will be a 5 p.m. service
for the Bar Mitzvah of Gregory
Don't forget! Make reserva-
tions now for the Passover
Seder at Temple Beth El. First
Seder, Monday, April 13, at 7
p.m., Second Seder, Tuesday,
April 14, at 7 p.m. Adults $40
per Seder ($75 for both
nights). Children (under 12)
$25 per Seder, ($40 for both
nights). Space is limited. Call
the Temple office to make
The Sisterhood will hold
their monthly meeting on
Wednesday, April 1. Dr. Wat-
son B. Duncan HI will review
the book "Stranger in Two
Worlds" by Jean Harris.
Guests are welcome to attend.
Refreshments of cakes and
beverages will be served
before the meeting begins.
The Fountains Chorus will
perform Tuesday, March 31, at
2 p.m. The Chorus is a choral
group of 35 voices, under the
direction of Dr. Bernard
Weiss, whose education and
experience in the musical com-
munity encompass New York
University, Columbia Univer-
sity and Juilliard Institute.
This is an unusual opportunity
for a unique musical
Candle Lighting Time
JHL March 27 6:17 p.m.
Dr. Lynn To Accept
Israel Bond Award
Dr. Richard A. Lynn will ac-
cept Israel's prestigious
Heritage Award on behalf of
the congregation of Temple
Emanu-El of Palm Beach at a
Cocktail Reception to be held
on Sunday, April 5. The con-
gregation will be receiving this
award for their support and
dedication to building Israel's
economy and promoting its
growth through the sale of
Israel Bonds.
Special Guest will be Yoram
Aridor, Israel's former
Finance Minister, and former
Deputy Minister at the Prime
Minister's Office.
For more information about
this event or any other Israel
Bond Program, call the Israel
Bonds office.
Support Group Offered:
Nursing Home Placement
The Jewish Family and
Children's Service of Palm
Beach County, Inc., will pre-
sent a series of workshops,
open to the public, on Nursing
Home Placement How
families can cope wich change,
at the King David Center at
Palm Beach, 1101 54th Street,
West Palm Beach, beginning
March 31, at 5 p.m. There will
be hors d'ouvres and
refreshments. There is no fee
for the series, which will look
at various aspects of adjust-
ment, guilt, abandonment,
making visits count, problem-
solving techniques, how to
work efficiently with ad-
ministrative staff, and ways to
enhance the relationship with
an aging relative nursing home
resident. For more informa-
tion, contact Jenni Frumer,
MSEd; MSW, at the JFCS of-
fice, 684-1991.
Peres: Government To Abide
By Recommendations Of
Panel Examining
Pollard Spy Case
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Vice Premier and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres said
the government would abide
by the recommendations of the
Cabinet-appointed committee
examining the Jonathan
Pollard spy case, even though
it is not legally bound to do so.
PERES MADE the pledge
in an address to the Diamond
Jubilee celebrations of
Hadassah here. He was referr-
ing to the two-man committee
of inquiry into the govern-
ment's involvement in the
Pollard affair which began its
work last Tuesday. The panel
consists of Yehoshua
Rotenstreich, a prominent
lawyer, and Gen. (Res.) Zvi
Tsur, a former Chief of Staff.
Peres said he was confident
that after they questioned the
political echelon they would
reach the conclusion that "we
were in complete ignorance"
of Pollard's activities.
He acknowledged that
"unbearable mistakes" were
made. It was a mistake, he
said, to appoint former Mossad
operative Rafael Eitan chair-
man of Israel Chemicals, the
largest government-owned
corporation, and to give Air
Force Col. Aviem Sella com-
mand of one of Israel's largest
air bases. Peres was referring
to the two senior Israeli of-
ficials most closely linked to
Pollard's operations.
"We don't want American
Jews to spy for Israel, so why
create an impression that we
are for it?" Peres asked. He
stressed however that "there
is nothing criminal to support
Israel or to sympathize with
Israel, whether you are Jewish
or non-Jewish." But spying on
a friendly country is a mistake,
he added.
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Friday, March 27, 1987/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
rcuj with Mr.
Alan and Zelda Mason with Mr. Hamlisch David and Gail Schwartz
Alvin and Ruth Wilensky
itt rman,
Barry and Marjorie Berg; Marvin Hamlisch; Carol Greenbaum, Women's
Division Campaign Vice President; and Lionel Greenbaum.
Sally and Irving Salins with Marvin Hamlisch
Fred and Myrna Cohen with Buddie and Stanley Brenner
Steven and Deborah Schwarzberg with Dr. Philip and Rhonda Paston
Morris and Esther Rapoport with Helen and Lester Sodowick
Marilyn and Arnold Lam pert
Sharon Ellis, Ronald Schram, and Barbara and Nathan Tanen
*U Gallicchio, Michael Lampert, Sandy Myera, and Gary Zwickel
Richard and Robin Bernstein with Mr.
Esther and Nathan Kosowski
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County/Friday, March 27, 1987
Annual Comm
Dinner Dance
Robert and Erie Abrams with Mr. Hamlisch
Albert Goldstein with Mr.
Hamlisch Alan and Ellen Gordon with Mr. Hamlisch
Dr. Alan and Marcy Marc,
Committee member Alec Engelstein and
Associate Campaign Chairman Sheila
Engelstein with Mr. Hamlisch.
Mark and Stacey Levy. Mr. Levy gave the
keynote address discussing the needs of Jews
locally, in Israel and around the world. Mrs.
Levy was responsible for providing the
decorations through her company, "A
Fabulous Affair."
David Friedberg; Emylou Newburger; Mollie Fitt
Women's Division President; and Robert Fitterman.
Robert and Marva Perrin with Lee and Irving Mazer
Richard and Trish Flah with Judge Howard Berman
Delmar Zimmer, Dr. Norma Schulman, and Simone and Norman Goldblum Soni and Jim Kay
Howard and Detra Kay with Robin and M ir
- s
Joel and Carole Koeppel with Marvin Hamlisch. Mr. and Mrs. Koeppel chaired the Communi-
ty Dinner last year.
Sy and Harriet Fine
Harold and ld
Nathalie and Emanuel Goldberg, Max Brandstetter, and Ruth Berman
Paul and Carolyn Shapiro with Kim and Howard Bregman
Ai el