The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Physical Description:
4 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 41 (Dec. 24, 1982)-v. 11, no. 26 (Aug. 30, 1985).
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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By MARILYN and ARNOLD LAMPERT
Super Sunday Co-Chairmen
On Sunday, Feb. 6 you will receive a call
from one of your neighbors asking you to
help Jews in need at home, in Israel and
around the world. Don't put this call on
hold. Too many people are waiting. Your
support is essential to keep your Jewish
community strong; to assure lives of dignity
and self-reliance for the elderly; to help our
youth understand the depth and richness of
our Jewish culture; and to help families find
Jewish answers to the challenges imposed by
our modern society.
Your support is also essential to meet
immigrant needs in Israel; to provide swift
and comprehensive absorption for new
immigrants; to maintain vital programs for
the old and the young; and to rejuvenate the
lives of over 300.000 men, women and
children in distressed neighborhoods. This
Sunday, Feb. 6, you will be asked to make a
gift to the 1983 Jewish Federation of Palm
in Israel, around the world
and in their own communities,
they will truly be answering
the call to life," stated Arnold
and Marilyn Lampert, Palm
Beach County Super Sunday
Co-Chairmen.
On Super Sunday '82, more
than 35,000 volunteers in 139
U.S. communities raised
almost $26.9 million, a record
amount for a one-day mass
appeal.
The event attracted a wide
range of volunteers, in-
cluding prominent figures in
government, the performing
arts and sports. In Palm Beach
County, celebrity volunteers
will man the phones alongside
volunteers from throughout
the Jewish community. Bill
Brooks, general manager of
Channel 5 TV, along with
other personalities from the
station, will be calling mem-
bers of the Palm Beach Coun-
ty Jewish community as they
did for Super Sunday '82.
Other big name celebrities are
being recruited to lend their
assistance to raise an even
greater amount of money this
year.
Special telephone-teletype
equipment will be used in
Washington, D.C., to reach
the deaf Jewish community
there. Radio and television
stations in Denver; Lexington,
Ky., and on the Massachusetts
North Shore, are donating air
time and-or facilities.
Beach County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign.
In Israel, human needs are larger and more
pressing than ever before because of the
enormous impact of Operation Peace for
Galilee on the Jewish Agency's social service,
welfare and educational programs. In a one-
time effort to help the Agency maintain these
endangered programs, we will be asking you
to consider an additional gift to the Israel
Special Fund Campaign. This will cover our
share of the cost of human support programs
and services which are being given to the
Jewish Agency as a result of the tremendous
economic drain on the Israeli economy as a
result of the Operation Peace for Galilee.
We know that you care very deeply and
that you want to be as helpful as you can as
we strive to strengthen our Jewish lifeline in
our own community and around the world.
Be there this Sunday, Feb. 6, when we phone
your home and say "yes" to our Super
Sunday volunteer.
Answer
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Coll To Life
On Super Sunday, February 6, 1983, volunteers will be calling
Jewish households throughout Palm Beach County.
You can help Jews around rhe world, in Israel, and right here in
Palm Beach County.
Give generously when you answer the call to life. Jewish people
everywhere ore counting on you to make it a really Super Sunday.
For further information about Super Sunday, contact the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County. Call 802-2120.
Sunday


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Support the 1983 Jewish Federation of Polm Deoch Counry-Uiited .Jewish Appeal
and Israel Special Fund Campaigns.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County /Friday. February 4,1983
Jewish Families in Distress
Coping With Single Parenthood
By LOUISE ROSS
Assistant
Sews Coordinator
This is the first of a series of
articles dealing with issues
confronting the Jewish com-
munity of Palm Beach Coun-
ty. It is our hope through these
articles to make the Jewish
community aware of these
problems and ways in which
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County and its consti-
tuent agencies are helping to
solve them.
"Single Parent" in the
not too distant past, this ap-
pellation to describe a parent
who was either divorced,
separated or widowed and
raising children by themselves
was not widely heard. Single
parents knew very well who
they were and what needs they
had but the general commu-
nity was unaware of them col-
lectively.
But now, communities are
beginning to recognize that
single parents have special
needs that must be addressed.
In light of their increasing
numbers, the Palm Beach
County Jewish community
also realizes and accepts its
responsibility to assist the
Jewish single parent. The
community is building the
foundation of a more com-
prehensive single parent
program. Temples are offering
single parent memberships
while some are initiating
programs specifically for the
single parent, Jewish schools
offer scholarships for children
not alone.
The recently separated re-
ceive support from those sin-
gle parents who have already
gone through the immediacy
of separation and are able to
share their experience to help
others get through the crisis.
"Our group began in October
and is ongoing. Mostly di-
vorced and separated men and
women ranging in age from
25-50 attend. In addition to
focusing on the emotional and
coping problems of the newly
separated individual, we deal
problems inherent
with problems inherent in
Single parents > alue socializing together as a group. The Jewish raising children alone, dating.
Community Center's Single Parent Social Group recently en- feelings of guilt, anger and
ioved a night of theater at the Actor's Workshop and Repertory isolation, relationships and the
Co. myth of the 'super parent
who is expected to work, take
having started a women's i care of children, and provide
support group in September
1981 when she moved to this
community. Growing out of
the success of that group, the
JCC and the Jewish Family
and Children's Service
initiated a single parent sup-
port group which is led by
Sandy Grunther, MSW with
theJ.F.&C.S.
of single parents based on
need, the Jewish Family and
Children's Service leads a
support group for the single
parent, and the Jewish Com-
munity Center sponsors a rap
group for children of single
parents as well as a single
parent social group.
Alice Stains, a single parent
of two teenagers, believes that
the Jewish Community Center
and other Jewish community
institutions have an obligation
that they are just beginning to
recognize. "Social services
have always been geared to-
wards families but now an
attempt is being made to help
the single parent, also," stated
Stains.
Program director of the
JCC, Harreen Bertisch, is an
advocate of support groups.
Grunther explains, "Newly
separated and divorced par-
ents need a commonality with
other single parents. They
have lost a sense of belonging
that was once provided by the
family unit. This group serves
as a source of support
enabling members to regain
their self-esteem which has
suffered greatly. The group
helps them realize that they are
Beth Kaye: "Those in the
single parent social group
understand what I am going
through and can relate to
me."
* Preat rwoj
center."
for their own needs wjtfj
any difficulty." stated Gr?
ther. ^|
An opportunity for sod*!
ization is another vital J J
for the single parent. TheJCCI
sponsors a single parent socij
group that is attempting J
meet this need. Beth KaycsJ
single parent whose soa,|
Kenny, is 10 and daughter!
Aimee, is seven. "I'm nntil
being single and it helps to gal
out and do things with othervl
1 want to be with Jewial
singles also. Those in kl
single parent social group l
derstand what I am goiajl
through and can relate J
me."
What are the greatest hant-l
ships of the single parent!
Kaye feels that besides theevol
present financial responsibil
ity, raising children alone J
most stressful. "I'm aUijil
the heavy because it's only tin
responsibility to tell them rif
from wrong. There is no
Continued on Page 6
Greets Director, Elects Trustees
A warm welcome to Executive Director E.
Drew Gackenheimer and the election of
officers and members of the Board of Trus-
tees highlighted the Annual Meeting of the
Joseph Laffan Morse Geriatric Center of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beach
County, in his response, Mr. Gackenheimer,
formerly with the Hebrew Rehabilitation
Center of Boston, viewed his new post as an
opportunity to help create a facility that will
provide quality care for those elderly who
may need the services and programs that the
Home will offer. He further emphasized the
importance of maintaining a Center that
enables the elderly to live in a meaningful and
dignified environment in keeping with our re-
ligious traditions.
President Erwin H. Blonder in his annual
report cited the Jewish Federation for its
vision in planning the Home, providing the
seed money to initiate a Certificate of Need
and approval for the launching of the
community-wide building fund campaign.
He lauded the assistance of Nathan Apple-
man, Honorary Campaign Chairman and
Alan L. Shulman, General Campaign Chair-
man, for organizing the successful drive for
funds. Mr. Blonder also acknowledged the
donation of the 15-acre site by the family of
Fred Gladstone and announced that in recog-
nition of a generous gift from the family of
Joseph L. Morse, that the building will be
named the Joseph Laffan Morse Geriatric
Center.
Alec Engelstein, chairman of the Con-
struction Committee, reported that the 120-
bed facility is near completion and contracts
have been let for the interior furnishings and
equipment, paving and landscaping. He
anticipates all work will be completed on
schedule for the opening slated on or about
June 1.
Elected as officers of the Home were Erwin
H. Blonder, president; Vice Presidents
Bennett Berman, Alec Engelstein and Heinz
tppler; Stanley Brenner, treasurer; Charles
Jacobson, assistant treasurer; Marilyn Lam-
pert, secretary; and Sylvia Berman. assistant
secretary.
Members of the Board of Trustees include
Rev. Martin Adolf, Marlene Burns, Abe
Sffif feSS*1 B,um' Phil,'P Wm F'sher,
bhirley Fleishman. Richard Galvin. Herbert
A. Girard Arthur Gladstone. Norma
Grabler Alex Gruber. Eva Hirsch. Anne
Mane Kaufman Detra Kay. Murray Kern.
Dr. Elliot Klorfein. Dorothy Kohl. Saul
Kramer. Robert S. Levy. Robert E. List,
Joseph Molat. Bernard Plisskin, Berenice
Rogers. Ben Roisman. Rabbi Dr Wm H
Shap.ro. Alan L. Shulman. Michael Stein!
Dr. Ernest M. Werner, Mortimer Weiss
Executive Director E. Drew Gackenheimer on dined kb
and objectives for developing the ew Hoaae for the Aged.
%
Pictured are officers of the Home [left to
right]: Arthur Gladstone: Stanlev Brenner,
treasurer; Sylvia Berman, assistant secretary,
Charles Jacobson. assistant treasurer: E.
Drew Gackenhfimer, executive director:
Erwin H. Blonder, president; Marilvn
lampert secretary Bennett Berman. >ice
preMdent: Heinz Lppler. vice president; \lec
Engelstein. vice president; and I. Edward
Adler. executive secretan.
r'n \B.rennfr ,le,|l- carman of the NoaataatingCoa*
congratulates Erwin H. Blonder on his re-election as P*J
m presrntrd him with a personal!* inscribed fc*J
H2K0- of ,he immeasurable service he
rendered and will continue to render.


following letter was received h\ Myron J. Nickman,
H} Cenerul Campaign Chairman for the Jewish
nation oj Palm Beach County/United Jewish Appeal
w pawn.
Tunis rlatn
[Dear Myron:
|'I his pai licular nip 10 JDC programs has carried me to
in is, I unis and, shortly, Casablanca. While in Paris I
dressed the l-onds Social Juif Unifie, the coordinating
Id) lor Jewish social service in France. For the past four
lys I have had a chance to visit JDC programs in Tunisia,
lose on the Island of Djerba and here in Tunis, and to
bet with representatives of the Jewish community.
fl here are now an estimated 4,500 Jews in Tunisia, most
It hem in 1 unis. Though the Jewish population was never
< large as that of adjacent countries, such as Morocco,
lich is my next stop, it did once number as many as
'J.000.
IDC programs here provide welfare primarily for the
cd education and medical care. There are 350, mostly
ed, people who receive monthly cash grants for food and
it. Medical care is given to 150 people a month including
residents of two homes for the aged. Almost a third of
r expenditures of $600,000 go to support Jewish schools
I unis, Djerba and Zarzis, with a total enrollment of
Icr 300 children.
fl he major problem of the Jewish community here is a
tk of trained personnel. There is a severe shortage of
L'hcrs, social workers, medical and institutional staff.
kc JDC staff Evelyn Peters, Country Director for
linsiu, Stanley Abramoviteh, Consultant on Jewish
lucation, and Cecile Misrahi, Consultant on Social
r\ ices have been doing outstanding work under Ralph
kldman's direction. While none is resident here, their
Iqucnt visits are vital.
II was not able to visit the Jewish community in Sfax, one
lihe areas that suffered from flooding in November, but
Understand that the JDC donation of $10,000 has been
lo good use by the Tunisian Civil Defense which has
iponsibitiry for helping this community recover from the
luges ol the Hooding.
[I here is a certain melancholy that comes when visiting a
mam community, but 1 know they draw strength and
In I on from our concern and are grateful for all you are
Bug through your Federation and the UJA. 1 know you
In me in wishing them well and in commiting yourselves,
ll do, to a future in which they may live in good health
I Midi dignity.
Jest wishes.
Sincerely,
C^-
fry Taub
President
American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee
Friday, February 4, 1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beacb County Page 3.
"1
Lands of The
President
Campaign
* >
Workers
Key To
Success
Richard Galvin
Bernard Plisskin, chairman.
The Lands of the President,
West Palm Beach, has for a
number of years conducted a
campaign on behalf of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal. Under the leadership
of a few dedicated residents,
the Lands campaign has
grown both in terms of
number of contributors and
dollars raised. Bernie Plisskin,
1983 campaign chairman and
a former resident of Cleve-
land, Ohio, stated, "As the
population grows in and
Continued on Page 4
Jack Libman
Sol K.Marks
Hy Perlmutter
Dr. Rubin Pyner
Max Schuster
Alvin Wilensky
Dr. Lester Silverman (not
pictured: Leonard Sharkey].
Indian Spring Campaign In Progress
he Jewish Federation of
Beach County-United
Appeal campaign at
Spring in Boynton
is involving more resi-
jeach year in support of
national, and overseas
stated Harold B.
chairman of the cam-
[at Indian Spring for the
fourth consecutive year.
Strecm is a graduate of St.
John's University School of
Accounting and Law with a
BBA and LLB degree with
wide legal, financial and ad-
ministrative experience as Ex-
ecutive Vice-President of Hy-
grade Food Products Corp.
**,
Spring committee members attend a recent report
and DIVCO-Wayne Corpora-
tion. The Streems moved to
the Fountains in 1971 and then
in 1978 became one of the
earlier residents at Indian
Spring. Streem was very active
in the various activities at the
Fountains and when he moved
to Indian Spring, his friends at
the Fountains wouldn't let him
escape working for essential
causes. The David Dicksons of
the Fountains induced the
Streems to go with them on a
UJA mission to Israel. The
Streems were so impressed
with Israel and what it repre-
sents, that on their return to
Florida, they became involved
in organizing the Federation-
UJA drive at Indian Spring.
With the help of more and
more workers now number-
ing 24 each year has seen a
marked improvement in the
amount of money raised at
Indian Spring. "No one
person can do theliob and the
more volunteers who come
forth, the more we can do for
needy Jews locally and in Isra-
el," stated Streem.
The Streems spend their
winter at Indian Spring and
their summers on Long Island.
They lived for many years in
Great Neck, N.Y. and also in
Detroit and Philadelpia.
The Streems were active in
their Temples and B'nai B'rith
in both Philadelphia and
Great Neck. They have two
daughters one living in Bel-
gium and the other in Calif-
ornia and a brand new
grandson.
Members of the campaign
committee are Ruth Abend,
Herman Alderman, Emerick
Blum, Emanuel Brandes, Saul
Burg, George Cohen, Bernard
Dokton, Lawrence Ellison,
Harold Field, Jack Friedland,
Dr. Stanley Goldfine, Henry
Gornstein, Judge George
Greenstein, Sol Herman, Dr.
Harold B. Streem, Indian
Spring Federation-UJA
Chairman.
David Karp, Sid Kohleriter,
Jerome Krinsky, Ed Lippa,
Miriam Mendelsohn, Bernard
Raphael, Irving Schupper,
Lawrence Schwartzenberg,
Morris Solomon, and Stanley
Worth.


Page 4 The Jewish Flnririinn nf Palm Ranch County / Friday. February 4, 1983
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Number 5
Endowment Fund Planning'
The Marital Deduction
In Estate Planning
Friday. February 4, 1983
Volume 9
Workers Key to Success
Of Lands of The
President Camapign
Continued from Page 3
around the Lands of the Presi-
dent, there seems to be a
greater awareness among peo-
ple here that we are becoming
a more cohesive Jewish com-
munity. The fact that we are
able to get more people to
work on the campaign, some-
thing which did not exist in
prior years, is primarily the
reason behind our success."
The Lands of the President
Federation-UJA Men's Divi-
sion began with a group of
committed people, one of
whom was George Golden, a
beloved member and leader of
the Palm Beach Jewish com-
munity. Over the past few
years, others have taken lead-
ership positions and spear-
headed what once was a small
group of volunteers into a
committee of over 35 resi-
dents, resulting in a campaign
which has tripled over the past
few years.
Jack Libman, whose history
in Jewish communal affairs
began with the United Jewish
Appeal in St. Paul, Minn, and
now serves as chairman of the
Washington Tower, stated,
"The campaign presents a
number of challenges and
requires different types of ap-
proaches based on people's in-
terests, prior involvement with
the Jewish community, and
the amount of time spent at
the Lands during the year."
According to Libman, people
have a responsibility by the
fact of owning a home in Flor-
ida and spending a period of
lime here. '"These people
should be giving a proportion-
al amount of their gift to the
local Federation. This Jewish
community has needs that also
must be met."
Dr. Lester Silverman, who
has lived in Palm Beach
County less than one year and
is a former president of the
Jewish Federation in Long
Meadow, Mass., has already
involved himself in the Land's
campaign. Noting the seasonal
population at the Lands, Dr.
Silverman stated, "Our cam-
paign must stress the local
community and local needs,
not only in hopes of securing
gifts, but in an attempt to
begin a process of educating
those pan-time residents who
have made Florida their winter
home." In addressing this
issue, Bcrnie Plisskin said,
"We must answer the excuse,
'I gave up North,' by explain-
ing that one who lives here
also has an obligation to this
community, percentage-wise.
One doesn't change from
being a Jew because he comes
here on vacation. The bottom
line is that one cannot retire
from being a Jew."
Members of the Lands of
the President campaign com-
mittee have been soliciting
gills for the past several weeks
and every effort is being made
to conclude the campaign
within the next few days.
Members of the campaign
committee who serve as
building chairmen are:
Richard Galvin, Jack Libman,
Sol K. Marks, Hyman Perl-
mutter, Dr. Rubin Pyner, Max
Schuster, Leonard Sharkey,
Dr. Lester Silverman, and
Alvin Wilensky.
Hv LKONARDH. CARTER,
CPA.JD
I he most significant provi-
sion of the estate tax law
passed in 1981 is the unlimited
marital deduction and liberal-
ized provisions lor its use.
Property left 10 a spouse is de-
ductible in lull; consequently,
b> using the exemption and
leasing properly to a surviving
spouse, the estate tax can be
eliminated. However, to take
advantage ol the increased
marital deduction, an> will
drawn before September 12,
I9K1 must be changed or a
codicil appended thereto.
In order to quality for the
marital deduction, the
propert> must be taxiblc in the
surviving spouse's estate. A
majoi problem with the
marital deduction prior to
IS>82 was that the surviving
spouse had to have the power
ol ultimate disposition either
through an outright bequest or
a general power ol appoint-
ment cvciusablc in the surviv-
ing spouse's will. I his could
subject the piopcrty to the
dangers ol a second marriage,
oi the inability ol a survivor to
handle lunds.
NOTE: This column is written as a service to provide
general information to the public about the Endowment
Program of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Information contained herein is not designated as legal or
tax advice. You should take up such matters with your re-
spective attorneys and accountants. Should you want addi-
tional information about charitable giving, and the various
methods which may be utilized through the Federation's
Lndowment Program, please contact Stanley Hyman, En-
dowment Director of the Jewish Federation at 832-2120
I he new law lurnishcs the
means ol avoiding these prob-
lems by, means ol a "Q Tip
hust." In simple terms, a life
income interest lor a surviving
spouse can quality for the
marital deduction even
though the decedent directed
in his or her will the ultimate
disposition ol the property
upon the surviving spouse's
death. I he personal repre-
sentative ol (he estate can elect
to have this hlc income in-
tcicst, oi a portion thereof,
quality lor the marital deduc-
tion, in which event it is in-
cludiblc in the estate of surviv-
ing spouse, even though the
properly never passes through
the survivor's estate.
I his arrangement h ida|
lor second marriages, who]
the testator desires to >a>l
estate taxes In maximum u]
ol the marital deduction, \
leave the property alter
death ol the spouse 10died
ilicn dI Ins 111 si marriage.
/// the article which
(/cured in tins column
January 21. 1983 enuik
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duals, I here was u l)p
mi u pineal en or. I he udjmii
gruM iiuuiiie Jigure which m
pea ied in I he text uj the fl
t/f. and us pan uj theexuinp
should have read i23,UW,t
nut iJ.JUU.
The Following Have Joined The 'Winning Team* For Super Sunday 83
Marilyn and Arnold I-ampert
Co-Chalrmen
Leale Ableaon
UJ1 I In England i
I.Edward Adler
Morae Geriatric Center
Marcl and Moahe Adler
Jewish Federation
Fran Alexander
B'nal B'rlth
ThelmaAlk
ORT
Martin Alt man
Mary and Floyd Bachrach
Jewish FederaUon
Jonas BarenholU
Temple Emanu-El
Gloria and Abe Belgard
Jewish Federation
Sylvia and Sidney Berger
ORT. B'nal B'rIUl
Nettle and Fred Berk
Jewish FederaUon
Leah Berk
ORT
Mary Bernstein
Village Roy ale on the Green
Debby and Marshall Brass
Jewish FederaUon
Dorothy Brock
Temple Beth Sholom
Marlene Burns
Jewish FederaUon
Carrie and Jack Chlat
Cong Anshel Sholom
Alexander and Alice Conn
Potnclana Place Bldg. Capt
Rhoda and Sy Cole
Jewish Federation
Dorothy and Harry Cole
Village Roy ale on the Green
Murray CoUler
Jewish FederaUon
Marilyn David
Jewish Family and Children Service
Hannah Ebner
Cresthaven
Lynne Ehrllch
Jewish FederaUon
Ronni and Jay Epstein
Jewish FederaUon
Dr. Leah Gold Fein
Marjorlel Fejerdy
Temple Beth Zlon
BeUe Finger
Jewlah Federation
Phillip Wm Fisher
Jewish Federation
Susan Fisher
Jewlah Federation
Leah Fox
Jewlah Federation
HyFox
B'nal B'rtth
Alan Frank
liaiuian FissdHimi
Jewlah Federation
Martha Frtedland
True Sisters
Lois M Gackenhelmer
Morse Geriatric Center
VlotatGlarla
Morse Geriatric Center
AimGaUubler
Tempte Beth Shoiom
SolGaneles
Cong A nshel Sholom
Claire and Dan Giber
Jewlah FederaUon
Betta Gilbert
Amer. Jewlah Committee
Mr and Mrs. Milton Gold
Jewish FederaUon
Ned Goldberg
Jewish Family and Children's Service
Harvey Goldberg
Jewish FederaUon
Frank Goldstein
Jewish FederaUon
Sablna Goldstein
Temple Beth Sholom
Lionel P Greenbaum
Jewish FederaUon
Henry Grossman
Jewish FederaUon
Jerry Hartman
Jewish FederaUon
Bob Herman
Village Roy ale on the G reen
Mrs. Leonard Hilton
ORT
EvaHlrsch
Jewish FederaUon
Stanley Hyman
Jewish FederaUon
Eve I sen
Village Royale on the Green
Patty Kartell
Jewish FederaUon
James Kay
Jewish FederaUon
Estar Kaye
ORT
Bea and Murray Kem
Jewish FederaUon
Florence P Kleff
Temple Beth El
Florence Kppel
Pioneer Women
Dr. Paul and Carole Klein
Jewish FederaUon
Sidney Klein
Jewish FederaUon
Douglas Kleiner
Jewish FederaUon
Either and Nat Kosowsk!
Jewish FederaUon
Helen Krteger
Jewish FederaUon
Barry Krlscher
Jewish Community Day School
Keith Kronlsh
Jewish FederaUon
Bemerd Kurlt
Jewish Community Day School
Ruth and Milton Kurland
Temple Beth David
Anthony Lam pert
Jewlah Community Center
Renee Seal-Lange
Jewlah Community Day School
RuthZ. Laaar
Brandela
MUdred and Morris Leader
^r^dM^D.^^^,
Jewlah FederaUon
Stacl Leaser
Jewlah FederaUon
Lillian Le vine
Elate Levlton
Jewish Federation
s*pbaw Levitt
Jj^^Uy^a^dre-'.fc,^.
B'nal B'rlth
Ida and Joe Llnsanberg
Ann Lynn Upton
Jewish Federation
CynnleUst
Jewish FederaUon
Jacob Lublner
B'nal B'rlth
Renee Mackler
B'nal B'rlth
Gertrude and Harriet Margolls
B'nal B'rlth
Elaine Mark
B'nal B'rlth Women
Mark Mendel
Jewish FederaUon
Sadie and Charles MUlman
Sybil Miller
B'nal B'rlth Women
Miriam Mlraky
Jewish Federation
AlMoskowltz
Village Royale on the Green
Victor Muller
Jewish Federation
Mr. and Mrs Bernard Mycom
B'nal B'rlth
Martha Nadelman
Jewish Federation
Sarah and Jake Nussbaum
Century Village
Larry Ochsteln
Jewish Community Center
Morris I Ollove
Lands of the President
Mrs. Ed J Passman
Temple Beth Sholom
Mr. and Mrs Marvin J. Percher
Hadassah
Louis Perlman
Amer Red Magen David (or Israel
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Lands of the President
Marva and Robert Perrln
Jewish Federation
Barbara Perry
Jewish Federation
Sandra Perslly
B'nal B'rlth
Zelda Plncourt
Jewish Community Center
Bernard C Plisskin
Jewish Federation
Sandra Proc
Jewish Federation
Dr and Mrs Rubin Pyner
Lands of the President
Jeanne Rachles
Jewlah Federation
Bea Rauchwarger
Hadassah
Jerome Rausch
Jewlah Federation
Norman Rose
Jewlah Federation
Tlra Rosen
ORT
Ida Roeenthai
Jewish Federation
AiRosoe
. Jewta* Federation
Louise Ross
Jewlah Federation
TUlie and Berate Sakren
B'nal B'rlth
Judy and David SchUnmel
Jlh rederatton
**r)orte and Norman I
Eileen Shapiro
Temple Israel
Marda Shapiro
Jewish Federation
Gertrude S. Shepard
Hadassah
Susan Wolf-Schwartz
Temple Judea
Blanche M. Silverman
ORT
Dr. Lester M. SUverman
Lands of the President
Adele Simon
Jewish Federation
RuthSommer
Doris Singer
NaUonal Council of Jewish Womei
Louis Singer
Jewish FederaUon
Robin Stein
Sherry Stewart
Jewlah Federation
Barbara and Nathan Tanen
Jewlah Federation
Jonl and Max Tochner
Jewlah Federation
Eugene Topperman
Jewlah FamUy and ChUdreni Sr
Albert W'llans
Jewish Federation
Ruth and Al Wile nak y
Jewish Federation
Dr. Howard and Ruth Woocher
Lake Worth
Sarah Wortman
B'nal B'rlth Women
Dr. Peter D. Wunsh
Jewish Federation
Marilyn Yacovone
Jewlah Federation
Chuck Young
Jewlah Federation
Michael Zimmerman
Jewish Federation
Members ot the Jewish Comci
Youth Council who wlU be paruo
In Super Sunday:
Karen Kosowskl
Vice-Chairperson
Robin-Jo David
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Randy Deutsch
Temple Judea
Beth Cans
UIY. Temple Beth David
Mara Goodman
Kajr
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Joyce Umstrt
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Gertrude Schmsil
B'nal B'rlth Women
David R. Schwam
Jewlah Family and Children's Service
Anne Seagull
Pioneer Women
Wendy Wagner
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Random Thoughts.. ~
Friday, February 4,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 6
EDITOR'S NOTE: Muriel
\vitt is a free lance writer
jo recently retired to West
\lm Beach from Charlotte,
\rth Carolina. Her columns
articles on nostalgia and
idishkile have appeared in
\nic newspapers throughout
country. We are happy to
tounce that Mrs. Levitt will
a monthly contributor to
| publication.
By MURIEL LEVITT
remember reading some-
sre that the way to end war
|ever would be to distribute
ush food to all people
)ughout the world. I'll buy
it Could anyone harbor
)iiluy after eating roast
ika or succulent cholent?
lybe the road to interna-
lal understanding lies in the
fhen after all.
can still recall the inar-
ms Yiddish specialties my
Ither prepared. Her
|bbos meals especially were
bell busters with one deli-
js course following another
|rich delight. My favorite
the marvelous chicken
laced with home made
kites plus a dollop of
len unborn eggs. Whatever
IpeneJ to those eggs? I
'cn'i seen ihcm around for
\s and years.
ly roast chickens are not
and my family seems to
Move, but somehow
killing is missing. The
lets and capons that
Iiged from my mother's
|i were always crisp and
[kling. Every bite was pure
Although I try to imitate
Looking style, it's just not
[same. Many moons ago. I
to go to the chicken
lei wiih mother. On a
gray zinc counter were a
lli of fully feathered
Illy slain birds. She would
[Ihem up one by one, blow
lc chicken, and then part
feathers. When I asked
she replied, "I really
[i know why, but Gran-
used to do this all the
." Most probably she did
[make certain that the skin
firm and unblemished.
lay Evening Is For
ie Working Adult
kesdays, 7:30-9 p.m. at the
all working adults are in-
I to a special series design-
er ihem to learn health and
|ss Irom nutrition to run-
1 to preventive dental care
[more, all of which will
lor a healthier adult,
lis series includes a session
funning, stress, exercise
Jurri, nutrition, skin care
pare of teeth. Fees for the
series is $10 for JCC
>ers and $15 for non-
Ders. The fee for individ-
Jorkshops is $2 for mem-
hnd $3 for non-members.
|ll Sara Glenn at 689-7700
egistration and informa-
nt let me tell you, those were
some chickens!
Whether it's called kigel,
kugel, or pudging, we all seem
to relish noodle pudding
Opinion has always been
divided as to flavoring. Some
prefer the sweet fruit or cheesy
kind while traditionalists insist
on simple salt and pepper. I
will not take sides both
are absolutely terrific.
About chopped liver, the
jury is still out. Some use
mayonaise, some use oil, while
others opt for margarine. To
me they are all pale imitations
of the real thing. 1 am a purist
and maintain that fried
onions, hard cooked eggs and
schmaltz is the only way to go.
A little heartburn is a small
price to pay for such hapiness.
New England has its Yankee
pot roast and the South brags
about barbecued beef, but
neither can hold a candle to
gedempieh fleisch. Surely you
have feasted on thick slices of
tender brisket that have
cooked for hours, swimming
in tangy oniony gravy. That's
what 1 call pot roast and it's
really a meichle to boast
about.
Let's consider soup. Hearty
mushroom and barley is a
perennial favorite while
cabbage soup with flanken
runs a close second. Vegetable
soup is best when the cook
throws in everything found in
the refrigerator ... the more
lei lovers, the better. Last and
by no means least is split pea
soup. It must be hot and
gedicht enough so that the
spoon stands upright. What
does Campbell know from
soup compared to these old
world delicacies?
Even commercial foods can
be a tribute to the high gusta-
tory standards of your average
Jewish consumer. Any appeti-
zing store features goodies
such as dried fruits, nuts, and
imported candies. No
customer can resist a hefty
wedge of halvah from the
mammoth block that rests on
lop of the counter. Behind
that same counter one sees an
incredible assortment of lox,
white fish, sturgeon, carp, and
salmon, to mention a few. Oh,
those Sunday mornings with
bagels, cheese, and smoked
fishes for breakfast!
Now, just pause and think.
If Jewish foods could be
catered to foreign nations .
hot pastrami to Uganda and
tsimmis to Syria, for instance,
armed conflict might become a
thing of the past. Who would
want to light when they were
"zot" with corned beef and
knishes? Not a living soul
could feel hostile under the
spell of kasha varnishkes. Yes,
indeed, whoever thought up
the plan of feeding the world
Jewish food was a true genius.
I'm only sorry it wasn't I!
On Thursday evening, Jan. 20, an educational meeting was held
on behalf of the 1983 Federation-UJA campaign. Pictured
above is Milton Kurland discussing how he became involved
with the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County. Mr. Kurland
has been active for many years with the Federation-UJA
campaigns in Westchester, N.Y. and the YMHA, prior to his
moving to Palm Beach County. The meeting was hosted by
Milton and Ruth Kurland at their home in Lake Park.
OopsI
We inadvertently left out the names of additional hard-
working members of the Federation-UJA campaign in the
article on Leisureville North and Village Royale on the
Green condominiums. The workers at Leisureville North
are Morris Sternberg and Lou Greenstein, while at Village
Royale on the Green those members of the campaign
committee are Jack Norin, Jack Beron, David Shepard,
Moe Moresque, Eva and Joe Sewall, Dorothy Robins,
Betty Deutsch, William Lille and Hilda Brodsky.
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Makes the Most of Chef Boy-ar-dee Cheese Ravioli.
Vt cup choppe(I or whole small
onions
'/j cup chopped carrots
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
xh package (10 ox.) frozen whole
green beans, cooked and drained
1 can (15 Of.) Chef Boy-ar-dee
Cheese Ravioli in Tomato Sauce
dash garlic salt
1 tablespoon chopped fresh
parsley
Vi cup water
1. Saute onions and carrots in butter in medium-sized
saucepan.
2. Add remaining ingredients; cover and simmer for
15 minutes. Serves 4.
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Hillel Appoints New Staff Assistant For Paim Beach County
Nancy Horowitz Tobin,
Hillel Extension Services
Director, announces the
appointment of Nessa E. Bush
as Hillel Staff Assistant for
Palm Beach County. As a
staff assistant, she will orga-
nize the Jewish students in the
community who attend Palm
Beach Junior College. Florida
become more aware of their
Jewish background. In addi-
tion to Saturday night get-
Bush is in the process of togethers. brunches, speakers
Atlantic University, and the
College of Boca Raton.
contacting students on the
Palm Beach Junior College
campuses to form new Hillel
groups. She will be helping
Jewish students identify with
the Jewish community and
Coping With
Single Parenthood
Continued from Page 2
else to relieve me for awhile."
Alice Stains cites economic
problems as being her main
difficulty. "Not too many
oeople are economically
Teens To Discuss
Pre-Marital Sex
The Jewish Community
Center will host and co-spon-
sor with Planned Parenthood
a special program on prc-
maritax sex Tuesday, Feb. 15
at the JCC at 7:30 p.m.
The Twin Lakes High
School Debate Team is run-
ning a debate-discussion and
all teens are invited to attend.
Members are encouraged tc
invite their friends and their
friends to this special evening.
Call Terrie Lubin. Youth
Serv ices Supervisor of the JCC
at 689-7700 for any additional
information.
solvent as it is and it's much
more difficult as a single
parent with one income that is
often insufficient. When you
have a support system at
home, it's easier to get
through economic hard
times."
Stains has definite ideas on
what the Jewish community
must provide for single
parents and as a member of
the JCC's single parent social
group committee, she is work-
ing towards that goal. "Right
now we're planning activities
in which adults can socialize
together such as going to the
theater, dining out. picnics,
and outings to the beach. Rap
sessions tor children and sup-
port groups for single parents
help round out our program.
V\e definite!) need a single
parent resource center. But
everything worthwhile takes
time to develop and we're
making progress."
For further information
concerning single parent pro-
gramming, contact the Jewish
Community Center and the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, February 4,1983
Organizations in the News
HADASSAH
(olda Meir Boynlon
Beach Chapter of Hadassah
will hold the following meet-
ings; On Monday, February 7,
10 a.m., the Study Group will
meet at the home of Joyce
Rom (Bldg. I). Our president
Sydellc Goldenberg will lead
the discussion on Pesah.
On Thursday, Feb. 17,
12:30 p.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom, 315 No. "A" Street,
Lake Worth. The drawings in
the festival of Prices under the
direction of Gladys Iscoc and
Pearl Reich will be featured.
Shalom W. Palm Beach
Hadassah events: Feb. 10
'Joard meeting at American
Savings, I p.m.
Feb. 15 A Day at Gulf-
stream Races. Reserve with
Gene Fermaglich or Miriam
1 asman.
Passover Greetings will be
listed in the March issue of
KOL SHALOM, donation
$2.50 per greeting. Call Frieda
Hertzberg or Pearl Frey with
your listings.
Yovel Hadassah invites all
to our meeting Feb. 17 at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom,
12:30 p.m. Program will be a
Cantata "Proclaiming
Liberty" written by Shimon
Gerwirtz, narrated by Leona
Kail, presented by the
Melodears, directed by
Fannie Ushkow and accom-
panied on piano by Rose
Levinson. Program to be re-
peated on Feb. 22 at Yiddish
Culture.
February 10 Board Meet-
ing American Savings Bank at
9:30a.m.
Feb. 27 Frankie kein
"One of a Kind Second
Edition," Marco Polo Hotel.
Miami Beach. Complete din-
ner Sunday matinee. Trans-
portation, all gratuties in-
cluded. Call Jean Tobin Sus-
sez K 214 or Essie Golberg,
Berkshire H 170.
Tikvah Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold a membership
meeting on Feb. 21, 1 p.m. at
Congregation Anshei Sholom
and are planning a New Or-
leans trip lor Feb. 27 to March
4.
West Palm Beach Chapter
of Hadassah coming events:
Regular meeting, Monday,
Feb. 7 at 1 p.m. at the Royal
Palm Clubhouse; a Purim
Celebration. Ida Mae All-
wciss, a recognized authority
on traditional Jewish cooking,
well known in Los Angeles
and Washington DC as a lec-
turer, teacher and television
demonstrator, will conduct a
cooking lesson on Jewish
delicacies. Wear Purim cos-
tumes. Refreshments will be
served.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 12
noon, a Youth Aliyah lunch-
con and card' party will be
held at kristines in Lake
Worth; entertainment, door
prizes and favors.
MI/.RACHI WOMEN
American Mizrachi Women
Rishona Chapter
Regular meeting, Wednesday,
Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. in the Ameri-
can Savings Westgate, C.V.
"Book Review" by Esther
Samuels Worth while at-
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EMPLOYEES, INC.
South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees will be
meeting Sunday Feb. 6, at 2
p.m. at the Weight Watchers
Auditorium in the Gun Club
Shopping Center on Military
Trail between Summit &
Southern Blvd., West Palm
Beach. Collation is served at 1
p.m. prior to meeting. Matey
Fine, R.N., of the American
Heart Association, will show a
lilm and demonstration on
Cardio Pulmonary Recesita-
lion. March Fine was asso-
ciated lor five years with St.
Mary's Hospital in the ICU
section. She is an instructor
and lecturer ai Ft. Lauderdale
College, leaching Anatomy
and Physiology; and gives lec-
tures and teaches Cardio Pul-
monary Resuscitation for the
American Heart Association.
A question and answer period
will follow ihe film and talk.
Don't miss this very vital, in-
lormative program.
For information on the
Chapter and membership,
please contact: Sid Levine,
President 2557 Emory Drive
West-Villa *C\ West Palm
Beach, Florida 33406.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
It has become a tradition,
lor the Royal Chapter of ORT
to have annual luncheon and
lashion show on Valentine's
Day.
Each year this affair has
been so well received, that it
has been over subscribed.
This year, in order to ac-
commodate all those who wish
to attend, we have had to
move to larger quarters. On
Feb. 15, for only $10 you can
join us at Norlhwood Insti-
tute, 2600 N. Military, for
what promises to be a most
enjoyable day.
Since this is such a popular
event, our chairperson, Ruth
Kit kind will take your reserva-
tion.
Women's American ORT
West Palm Chapter will be
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at
Anshei Sholom Temple, at
12:30. Special Entertainment
by Tikvah Hadassah Players,
including Max Lewbert and
Billie Howard. Directed by
Dori Dacher and Jean Raskii.,
in "A Purim Shpeel." Pianist
Mildred Birnbaum.
On Tuesday, March 1
OR I Donor Luncheon at the
Hyait ol Palm Beach. Fashion
Show will be presented by a
prominent Worth Avenue
Store.
C enlury Chapter Women's
American ORT will hold its
nexl meeting on Thursday,
Feb. 10, at 12:30 p.m. in the
Anshei Sholom. The guest
speaker will be Blanche Silver-
man, Chairman of Commu-
nity Affairs of North Palm
Beach. She is a woman of
many accomplishments. As a
former educator she has al-
ways been interested in young
people. She was active on the
Long Island region board for
many years and a member of
ORT for 28 years.
She is a member of Com-
munity Relations Council
which encompasses all other
task forces on Russian Jews,
the Mideast and local con-
cerns. She is a Braillist who
works with the blind in the
Berkshire Public School. She
and her husband have ap-
peared on "Mosaic," discuss-
ing all her activities. She is also
a Chaplin's Aide and takes
ORT women to the Lakeside
Nursing Home on Jewish Hol-
idays and assists in the Sab-
bath services when possible.
While living in New York,
she greeted the emigre Russian
Jews upon their arrival in the
U.S. She was given the honor
ol presenting the charter to
Century Chapter at its incep-
tion, to Pearl Hartman, the
lirst president. Join us and
hear this dynamic speaker. All
are welcome.
The Haverhill Chapter of
the Women's American ORT
invites members and friends to
attend a luncheon and lashion
show on Feb. 8, at 12:30, at
the Yamato Steak House of
Japan, Pine Trail Mall Mat
[tary Trail and OkeecnobJ" 1
The donation will be $7 J;"
ceeds going to the School ol
English in Jerusalem.
The Haverhill Chapter t
Ihe Women's American 0RT
takes pride in presenting
Harold Bernstein, author and
teacher in the local plu
Beach County school system
doing a presentation on Cali'
graphy. This will takeplaceat
the regular meeting, Thurs-
day, Feb. 10, at the Sunrise
Savings and Loan Bank, Gun
Club Road and Military Trail
at 12:30. All welcome!
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
National Council of Jewish
Women, Okeechobee Sectioi
will hold their next member
ship meeting on Thursday
Feb. 17 at the American
Savings Bank (Westgate) I
p.m. Our guest will be Shirlee
Blonder who will speak on So-
viet Jewry. Bring your friends,
guests are invited.
Coming events:
April 4-7 Palm Beach
Spa
April 12-13 hpcot -
W orld of Tomorrow
For further information call
Etta Levine, Hastings 1-145 or
Maxine Foster, Canterbury A-
4.
ASSOCIATION OF
PARENTSOF
AMERICAN ISRAELIS
The Association of Parents
of American Israelis will meet
at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. IJ
at the Royal Palm Club Houst
at the intersection of US I and
NE 22nd Avenue in Boynton
Beach.
Our guest speaker will be
Rena Genn, who has lived in
Israel since June 1969, was ap-
pointed community Shlicha
(emissary) and director of ihe
Israel Programs Office of ihe
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
All interested persons will
be welcome to join us for a
most informative meeting.
LADIES' AUXILIARY
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The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans No. 4W
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 15 at 12:30
p.m. at the First Federal Bank
ol Dclray on Okeechobee
Blvd., West Palm Beach, at
the West Gate ol Century Vil-
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membership luncheon on
lesday, Feb. 22, at the Red
Ibster at 12 noon. In order
] be eligible, send your dues
I Nettie Hanser, 906 36th
West Palm Beach, FL
107 immediately.
BRANDEIS
| UNIVERSITY WOMEN
Boynton Beach Chapter
Monthly general meeting
II be held on Monday, Feb.
fat 12:30 p.m. at the Royal
lm Clubhouse. The guest
Jaker will be Bob Michals,
Critic for the Palm Beach
St. Refreshments will be
ved.
Feb. 7 at 1 p.m. Board
cting at the home of Rhoda
llier, Bldg. No. 11.
Jhe following study groups
ll be of interest to all mem-
Feb. 3 at 1 p.m. at McDon-
ald's Restaurant, under the
leadership of Rose Weintraub
Short Stories.
Feb. 8at 1 p.m. at the Royal
Palm Clubhouse, under the
leadership of Sally Lehrman
"HeddaGabler."
Feb. 16 at 1 p.m. at th
home of Kay Schoenfeld
(Bldg. 14) Music Apprecia-
tion, with Celia Herman, Voc-
alist, accompanied by Betty
Delaney at the piano.
Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. at Mc-
Donald's Restaurant Rap
Session led by Esther Alsen.
Feb. 28 at 1 p.m. at the
Boynton Beach Civic Center
Ruth Kasdin will review
"Little Foxes."
Please note that on Feb. 4,
commencing at 10 a.m. Cyn-
thia Shulman, National Presi-
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ommunity Calendar
February 5
Inslein College of Medicine Dinner The Breakers
lcmple Judea fundraiser.
|ebruary 6
WISH FEDERATION-UNITED JEWISH APPEAI
JPER SUNDAY HYATT HOTEL 9:30 a.m 9 30
|rn. American Committee for Weizmann Institute -
lm Beach dinner Jewish War Veterans #408 10 a.m.
lebruary 7
lational United Jewish Appeal Women's Division $4,000
Incheon Palm Beach 11-2 p.m. Temple Israel Sister-
bod board 10 a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Sis-
|rhood board 9:45 a.m. Temple Beth El Sisterhood -
l>urd 8 p.m. Women's American ORT Mid Palm -
sard 1 p.m. Temple Israel executive board Hadassah
Tikvah board 1 o.m. Conereeation Anshei Sholom
len's Club board B'nai B'rith 43046 board 3 p.m.
[Brandeis University Women Palm Beach East board -
1 a.m.* Brandeis University Women Boynton Beach -
bard 1 p.m. Temple Judea board 7:30 p.m. Jewish
bmmunity Day School board 8 p.m. Hadassah -
[est Boynton Beach 12 noon
rbruary 8
idussah Lee Vassil board 10 a.m. Women's Ameri-
|n ORT West Palm Beach 12:30 p.m. Hadassah -
;nrietta Szold board 1 p.m. Temple Beth David -
ecutive board 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Womcn-
lenorah 12 noon Hadassah West Boynton Beach -
)ard 10 a.m. Pioneer Women Cypress Lakes Dis-
Ission 10 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION -
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jnity Center Comprehensive Senior Service Center 6th
iniversary 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom -
pard 1 p.m. Temple Beth David Sisterhood board 8
Temple Judea Men's Club JEWISH FEDERA-
ION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL 12:30
Ibruary 10
|ti-Defamation League Annual Inaugural Dinner -
takers Jewish Guild for the Blind board 10 a.m.
lai B'rith Women Ohav board 9:30 a.m. Temple
In Sholom board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah Yovel -
rd 9:30 a.m. American Jewish Congress board -
>n Women's American ORT Haverhill -12:30 p.m.
iple Judea Sisterhood 7:30 p.m.
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each, double occupancy; $160
single occupancy. Contact
Rhoda Collier or Helen Milch,
for reservations and informa-
tion re transportation.
April 15 through 17
Annual week-end at Harder
Hall. Call Edna Bienstock for
information and reservations.
Arts and Crafts every Fri- .
day afternoon from 1 to 3 in
the Sewing Room.
The Professors Luncheon
was a success because of the
work of Eve Sewall and Kay
Warren. Our thanks to you
both.
PIONEER WOMEN
NA'AMAT
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Golda Meir Club are planning
a luncheon and boat ride for
Wednesday, Feb. 9, 10:30.
Bus to the Bucancer Restau-
rant, then spend a pleasant af-
ternoon on "The Island
Queen." Selma Rind will take
your reservations.
A three day weekend is
planned in March. Visit the
Kennedy Space Center, enjoy
an all day boat ride and then
dinner theatre on your last
evening. Call Bea Cohen for
reservations.
15-day deluxe tour of Israel
will be leaving May 16. Con-
tact Esther Litwak or Bea
Cohen.
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Update
By TOBY F. W II k
King Hussein's recent visit
to Washington gave evidence
of his continued determination
to avoid recognition of Israel
or to negotiate with Israel. The
Administration seems willing,
to reward Hussein's fence-sit-
ting with new U.S. arms. Is it
any wonder Hussein finds the
fence such a pleasant and re-
warding place to perch for the
past four years?
After what Israel did in
Lebanon at great cost to her of
dead and wounded, une would
have expected the Christian
world to say thanks for
liberating hundreds of
thousands of Christians who
lor years suffered rape, mur-
der, theft and terror from the
I'LU. Instead, Israel continues
to receive abuse. The nations
of Luropc should also thank
Israel for eliminating the fear
of Russian missiles. Instead,
Israel gels violent hostility. As
for our government, there is
no evidence of gratitude to Is-
rael foi making the U.S. a
solid povtei in the Mid-bast
and giving us another chance
to save Democracy in Lebanon
and confine Russia to one ally
- Syria. I urlher, is the ingrati-
tude of Lebanon's new Presi-
dent. Uui, his people are
grateful and know ihey owe
their newly found indepen-
dence lo Israel. Even some of
our own Jews arc a sad exam-
ple. I here are some Begin
haters despite ihe fact that the
majority of Israelis have only
respect and gratitude for
Begin. Never, in the past 35
years, have Israelis felt so safe
and secure as I hey do today as
u icmiIi of ihe Peace for Gali-
lee campaign in Lebanon.
"Hooray lor Yiddish"
I he London Lconomist, a
brilliant and prestigious maga-
zine, headlined a recent ar-
ticle: "It's big hoo-ha about
mortgages." Hoo-ha? in the
Lconomist?
More from this latest book
b> Leu Rosten: A woman goes
into I ortnum and Mason,
whose salesmen wear striped
trousers, and cutaways and
orders an astonishing variety
of their gourmet delights. The
salesman asks where she lives
and she replies the Dorchester,
but don't bother sending it.
I'll carry it. And he says "But
Madam, why shlcp?" How
many picturesque Yiddish
words can you think of begin-
ning with "sh"? shlemiel,
>lilcma/cl, shnorrer, shnook,
shmendrick, etc. Rosten's
book is a delight.
Jane Gcrber, Professor of
Jewish Studies at NYU stated
"there is no analogy to the
Holocaust." "Jews in the
Holocaust were defenseless
and not a threat lo their mur-
derers. A million children were
murdered by the Nazis and
converted to ahses. Using the
word "Holocaust" regarding
Lebanon, robs the Holocaust
ot its horrors and uniqueness.
I here is no metaphor for
Auschwitz."
Lttienne Sacre, a Maronite
Christian leader in Lebanon
stated he would like to see all
Palestinians out of Lebanon
because they abused Lebanese
hospitality and posed a prob-
lem for the country. "Let
them go to the Arab coun-
tries," he said, "They are rich
and empty."
Jews for Jesus and other
Hebrew Christian groups are
attempting to use Jewish ritual
objects to draw Jews into their
food, knowing that such tradi-
tional objects will appeal to
potential Jewish members.
I he purpose of these groups is
to sway Jews to believe in
Jesus. These groups often
operate under Jewish-sound-
ing names.
I he American Jewish Con-
gress will appeal a court ruling
upholding the Treasury De-
partment's refusal lo disclose
iccords showing holdings of
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the
United Arab bmiratcs, in the
U.S. However, the ruling
Judge agreed the American
Jewish Congress was correct in
charging thai OPLC countries
were being given "special
preferential treatment." The
growing size of Arab invest-
ments in our country is of con-
cern because of ihe concomi-
tant increase in the influence
of these countries over Ameri-
can foreign policy in the mid-
Last.
KLM printed an 83 page
booklet as a helpful guide to
businessmen of Arab coun-
tries. At the same lime, a KLM
display ad wiped Tel Aviv off
ihe map on a lisi of mid-East
cities to which KLM flies. If
lei Aviv doesn't exist for
KLM, then Jews should be ad-
vised that KLM does not exist
as an airline for Jewish people.
Victor Borgc, the 74 year
young "unmelancholy Dane,"
is national chairman of the
"I hanks lo Scandinavia
fund" lo publicize ihe
courageous conduct of the
people of Denmark, Norway,
Sweden and I inland during
the tragic Holocaust period.
Borgc said that new genera-
lions must never forget the
possibility lhai mankind can
again fall into ihe depths rep
resented by the Holocaust; at
the same time, we must keep
alive the awareness that decent
people are capable of taking a
stand against evil, event at (he
risk of their own lives.
The U.S. and Canadian
governments have approached
the Soviet regime seeking
Sharansky's freedom. The
Canadian delegation visiting
Moscow said Sharansky's
release was a condition for
resuming the Canadian-Soviet
dialogue abandoned after the
invasion of Afghanistan. We
must intensify our efforts to
assure that our govern,
keeps Soviet JewryVtaJ
agenda of U.S. Soviet T
sions especially in the coni
of whatever economic T
nations are conducted.
A 24 hour handgun SUL_
market stays open in Calif.
ma due to defeat of pro,
lion 15. Those Americans,
ol living in a shooting ai
should speak out for hand
control.
JNF Names Gmnspan to Controller's
Post; Succeeds Moskowit
NEW YORK Dr. Samuel
I. Cohen, executive vice presi-
dent of the Jewish National
Fund, has announced the ap-
pointment of Jack Grunspan
as controller of the JNF.
Grunspan previously served as
associate controller.
Grunspan was born in New
York and after attending Ye-
shiva University graduated
with a BA degree in ac-
counting from ihe Baruch
College of the City University
of New York. Following
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he became controller of B'nai
Zion, filling that post for two
years before his appointment
as associate controller for the
JNF in February, 1982. He
succeeds Samuel Moskowitz
who retired in October of this
year after 38 years as JNF's
Controller.
The Jewish National Fund is
the agency responsible for af-
forestation, land reclamation
and site development in the
land of Israel.
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Israel Bond operations. The move was
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sales of Israel Bonds by people in the State of
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The Israel Bond organization expresses its
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medicine through computers and the rote
pal lechmon (the Israel Institute of Tech-
nology) has in scientific research and devel-
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American Technion Society, is scheduled for
Wednesday, Feb. 9, I p.m. at the Clubhouse.
Parenting Your Jewish Teenager
Parents have many ques-
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}bout their children. What are
easonable limits and how are
tiey se.? Is your teenager's
rowing independence an area
If concern? Sibling rivalry?
rallies clash? Future expecta-
The Officers and Board of Directors
of the
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March 2.
The fee is $10 for the four
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Page 12 The Jewiah Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, February 4,1983
Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
The JCC-CSSC has been
made possible b> a variety of
lunding sources, h is lunded
in pan by Title III ol ihe Older
Americans Act awarded by
dull stream Arcawidc Agency
on Aging, Honda Department
ol MRS, the Department of
I ransportation, Jewish leder-
ation and client contribution,
enabling us to provide a
variety ol services lor the older
adull. I he senior program
oilers a variety ol educational
and i cereal ion programs.
Aduli Community education.
New Dimensions, Jewish
I aniilv Services and many
othei community agencies, as
well as reined and practicing
prolcssionals, provide many
hours ol em idling and infor-
mative lectures and classes.
Most ol these activities are
offered with no lee but client
lOniribuiions are encouraged
at all times to enable expan-
sion ol programs. The Senior
Center enjoys participating in
a vaueiy ol special family ac-
tivities and events with the rest
ol llie JCC. Lvcrvone is in-
vned to attend all ol our activ-
ities. Call the JCC lor infor-
mation 689-7700.
ADULT COMMUNITY
EDUCATION CLASSES
Ihe School Board ol Palm
Ueacli County Adull Commu-
nity Lducaiion provides out-
standing instructors and
classes at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center throughout the
year. Winter session began
Jan. 17. The following classes
arc offered weekly at the JCC
Lvcrvone is invited to attend
at any time. No lee.
family Living Monday, 1
p.m. A special class about life-
styles Irom the point ol view
ol parents and grandparents.
Lsplore today's modes of
living. Instructor Lois Mar-
cello.
Know Your Car Wed-
nesday, 10 a.m. A classic
course designed to increase the
driver's knowledge on the
various parts ol your car, with
I'aulOblas, Instructor.
Y oga in Your Chair for Men
and women Wednesday, I
}.m. Learn to relax by brcaih-
ng and exercise, while sitting
n your chair with Bca bun/e,
Instructor.
Lip Reading Wednesday.
4 p.m. I his ongoing course is
especially designed lor those
with hearing impairment.
Anyone with any hearing
problem should attend. In-
structor, Darlene Kohuth.
Writers Workshop
I liday, 10 a.m. Instructor
Ruth Graham.
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women A fantastic current
events discussion group.
Gioup leader Svlvia Skol-
nick.
On Stage A JCC drama
workshop designed lor per-
sons interested in all phases of
drama; Director, Dick Sand-
eis; gioup cooidinator, Sylvia
Skolnick. Meet every Tuesday
at 10 a.m. Ihe lull program
concentrates on One Act
Plays.
Speakers Club Meets
I huisday at 10 a.m. Morris
Shukcn, President. All who
are interested in improving
public speaking are encour-
aged to join tins gioup.
Creative Craft Circle-Life
Review I his class meets
Mondays at 10 a.m. Join a
gieat gioup and make a vari-
ety ol creative items along
Medicare Is
Not Enough:
Edward and Selma Kaplan
You Probably
Need B'nai B'rith's
Senior Security
Supplement, Too.
Form MOD AS 13077
Tor many medical
charges, it pays the
difference between
the actual fee and
what Medicare pays.
It includes private
duty nursing in the
hospital
II includes doctor s
offict and hospital
visits beyond what
Medicare pays.
Hospital deductible*
covered.
Acceptance is
guaranteed."
"for members aqe 6S over. Pre-existing conditions
not covered lor the first 6
months oleoveraqe
for B nil B nth members only
We enroll nev members
B'nai B'rith's
ill.
Group lnsur.nt .|lfc
L ndervntten bv I
MONY
Mutual Life Insurance
Companv ot V-v >ork
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Please contact me by phone or mail. I'm
interested in full details of B'nai B'rith's
Senior Security Supplement.
Mail to: National Preferred Risks
900 North Federal Hwy.
Suits 300
Boca Raton. Florida 33432
1305)368 5400 1800-432-5678 (Florida Only)
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with short discussions of
cvcrvday experiences. Lee |
Ulumcnthal and bvelyn Katz,
group leaders. Lugene Top-
pcrman. LCSW facilitator.
Discussions around various
topics as suggested by group.
Learning to Express Your
reding* Wednesday. 10
a.m. to 12 noon, and Thurs-
days 10 a.m. to 12 noon. A
small women's support group
meets to enable participants to
discuss their problems of
everyday living. Group leader,
Uayrc Morion, JCC Resident
Intern Social Worker. Number
ol persons limited. Call Rose
or Libby to register, 689-7700.
Beginners Conversational
Spanish Ann Blicher, an
active member ol our commu-
nity and resident ol Palm
Beach County lor over 35
years, has started a Beginners
Conversational Spanish at the
tenter on I ridays at I p.m.
Call to register with Libby or
Rose at 689-770U.
.lo> through Movement
I huisday y:l5-ll a.m. JCC
Lxlcnsion Course. Provided
by Ceil Golden, Dance (Ther-
apist at I'oinciana Place in
Lake Worth in the Social Mall,
courtesy ol the Challenger
Country Club. Course in-
cludes exercises lor hands, feel
and body. Basic ballet to make
you Iccl free to move gracelul-
I). Ja// dancing put tun in
youi dancing and creative
dancing to help you express
youi own unique sell and
dance out your reelings. lalks
dining the hall session break
ol in minutes on subjects ol
interest to siudents in the
clasv. I ee i8 lor eight lessons.
All proceeds go io the JCC ol
the Palm Beach.
PICK AND CARRY
Do you wish to pick your
own tomatoes and berries?
Call Sam Rubin ai 689-7700
lot a reservation to go io AI-
termini's I ami on Military
hail. Ihursday mornings
dining the month ol I ebruary.
One bag pei passenger. I rans-
poitutioii provided. Suggested
COIIII ituition M .
TRANSPORTATION
Ihe JCC's transportation
service has been the lifeline to
hundieds ol oldei persons
ovei the years. Our service
through the 1 itle III of the
Oldei Americans Act is avail-
able lor iiansit disadvantaged
pei sons 6u and over, who are
unable to dine and cannot use
the public iiansit system. We
lake people to doctor's ap-
pointments, io treatment
centers, to hospitals, nursing
homes to visit spouses, io
social service agencies and lor
lood shoppping. Please call
Helen or Belli in Senior I unis-
portation Office lor informa-
tion about out scheduling.
Ihere is no lee lor this service
but client contributions are
encouraged so that we can
continue to serve more and
more people.
^e oiler another service io
ihe community as a result of
vehicles awarded io us through
ihe Lrban Mass I ransporta-
tion Act by the Depart mem ol
Transportation and ihe sup-
pou ol the Jewish federation
ol Palm Beach County. At this
nine we will be serving groups
ol persons who have specific
transportation needs. Under
this lunding we are able io
lake people io a variety ol
places, both day or niie.
Groups and organizations can
call the J( C to arrange to go
to luncheons, theatre, shop-
ping, exhibits, trips, etc. A
moderate group lee lor each
event is charged to cover our
vehicle and driver expense
Our lift van is available for
handicapped persons within
limited areas. Call Rhonda
x 04 for inforn i
these services, 689-7700.
Artist of the Month
monthly exhibits by Senior
Artists take place in the CSSC.
Seniors are invited to call the
Center if they wish to exhibit
iheir art. Artists price their in-
dividual work giving people an
opportunity to purchase
anything they wish. We cor-
dially invite Seniors who wish
to cxhbit to call the center 689-
770J lor further information.
Artist for the Month of
Kehruary Helen Segler.
Helen Segler started painting
when both her children left for
college, aboui 15 years ago.
She has taken some adult edu-
cation courses, but prelers her
own original way of painting.
She will be displaying pen and
ink, pastels, water colors, oils
and acrylics. She recently
exhibited at Century Village
C lubhouse and is a member of
North Palm Beach Art Soci-
ety. Lveryone is invited lo
COllie see hei work.
Prime Time Singles A
active group of single sernV
cm/ens 55 plus. This Si
has been growing rapidly 2
meets lor a wide variety of a
liviiics each month. r|
Adler, President, inv*
everyone to visit and panic,
pate, f-or further quesimn,
call Rita at 689-0247. 10ns
THURSDAY. FEB. io
7:30 p.m. at the JCC
Join in a delightful evenim
with a special program
planned by hstclle Lexnistont"
well-known entertainer, sineer
and lap dancer.
Dancing afterwards alone
wild refreshments. Donation
9 i
WANTED TO BUY
Signed Oil Paintings. Polish-
Dutch-Belgium-Norwegian
Swedish-Danish-German
Hungarian-Austrian
(Not by Artists Living Today)
Private Collector
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MEMORY
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Stress Free Thinking
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Workshop Conducted by:
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Tues.. February 15. 1-4 p.m.
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Chaplain Aide Workshop February 8
To Feature Activity Coordinators
Friday, February 4.1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
By MURRAY J. KERN
Chairman,
Chaplain Aide Program
Dramatic presentations
lepicting common problems
|f Nursing Home residents
rid methods to deal with them
till be featured at the Third
eminar-Workshop of the
thaplain Aide Program at 2
i.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at the
|ffices of Jewish Federation,
)1 South Flagler Drive, Suite
305, West Palm Beach.
Three Activities Coor-
dinators: Vicki Shore of Palm
Beach County Home; Linda
Pearsal of Medicana Nursing
Center and Karen Albert of
Boulevard Manor Nursing
Home, will describe common
Nursing Home situations via
role-playing and narration.
They will answer questions
regarding the relationship
between Activity Workers and
Chaplain Aides, which will
lead to a better understanding
of their respective roles in the
lives of Nursing Home
residents.
The Jewish Federation
Chaplain Aide Program is
under the direction of Rabbi
Alan R. Sherman. Persons
interested in joining The
Program may call the office of
the Chaplain at Federation,
832-2120.
New Book Says Military Presence Still Needed
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA) An
Iraeli military presence on the
test Bank will be required for
)me considerable time after
ly peaceful arrangement is
included on Israel's eastern
>rder, whatever entity comes
to being there. This is the
jinion of Brig. Gen. (res.)
[rveh Shalev, deputy director
lei Aviv University's
[enter lor Strategic Studies in
[book just published here.
j Shalev, a former deputy di-
kioi of military intelligence,
lid a press conference that
cmilnai i/aiiDii of the area
mLI not be sufficient during
lengthy transition period,
nil whatever peace is reached
its been tested by time.
! HE SAID that because of
|e topography of the region
id the narrow width left be-
[een Israel and the hilly areas
Judaea and Samaria, early-
irning stations would be
mired, as well as small army
nts controlling the east-west
tad axes.
.hkenazic Jews
lit In Jerusalem
iKUSALEM (JTA) -
[wave of vandalism and
laccments directed at
lkenazic Jews has spread to
usalem. It originated in Tel
v alter police fatally shot a
pear-old Oriental Jew,
ion Yehoshua, in a clash
residents of Kfar
meh, a slum neighbor-
in the southern part of
|ciiy.
vastikas and slogans,
ie of which read
fchkenazis to Auschwitz
|Treblinka," were smeared
the home of Interior
lister Yosef Burg, on the
[s of the Jerusalem Theater
on the Bank Leumi
Ich in the wealthy Rehavia
pet. Tires of parked cars
slashed in several
Isalem districts last night.
[lIRISTIAN religious in-
ftions were also smeared
swastikas and the war-
l. "Get Out."
resident Yitzhak Navon
pained the vandalism and
Ishooting incident which
irently triggered it, in a
[ment here. "The deep
^w occasioned by the Kfar
ieh tragedy is shared by
[f us," he said. "The full
of this incident must
[nly be investigated, but
I'ng can justify the
inal exploitation of this
ply by irresponsible indiv-
Is."
Aviv police said they
summoned to Kfar
ieh because members of
|e family hurled rocks at
al workers sent to
>hsh a building declared
[e. in which the family
f ving. They said they we're
[on by Yehoshua and re-
the fire, hitting him.
|td at a hospital.

In his book, "The West
Bank: Line of Defense,"
Shalev, a frequent critic of the
Likud government's West
Bank policies, says it is in-
conceivable that any Israeli
government, whatever its
political complexion, could or
would dismantle the existing
Jewish settlements there.
But, he says, their value is
of greater political significance
than defense value, even
though the limited number of
military-age males they
represent form a useful ad-
dition to Israel's small
standing army, in the first
crucial hours of war until the
reserves can be mobilized.
SHALEV STRESSED that
his book is "entirely
theoretical." He says it lays
down no time scale, but
merely examines various
defense options open under
various scenarios: an inde-
pendent Palestinian slate on
the West Bank; an entity
affiliated with Jordan;
continued Israeli presence with
local autonomy; or any other
agreed arrangement with the
Arabs.
But after a lengthy transi-
tional period, Israel might be
able to trust a peace agree-
ment. How long this is likely
to be, Shalev would not
hazard to guess.
Channel 12-P.M. Magazine
Features Hornstein/JCDS
This past week was an excit-
ing week for the children of
Mr. Basile's Sixth grade class
and Mrs. Walner's Second
grade at the Hornstein-Jewish
Community Day School. A
film crew from Channel 12's
PM Magazine were at the
school filming a segment on
education which was aired on
Thursday evening, Feb. 3 at 7
p.m.
The producers of PM
Magazine, after analyzing
many schools for inclusion in
the program, felt that the Day
School had a unique program
because of its bilingual nature
and its being the only Jewish
Day School in the area.
The program highlights the
Hebrew language studies of
our children as well as various
other aspects of the school.
In commenting on the pro-
gram, Mordecai Levow, the
Headmaster of the Hornstein-
JCDS observed that the pro-
gram personnel were pleasant-
ly surprised at seeing a class of
seven-year-olds conducted
entirely in Hebrew. On leaving
the producer turned to our
Administrator, Mrs. Shirley
Traum, and mentioned that
these were among the best be-
haved group of elementary
children that they have ever
had the opportunity to film.
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Resumes now being accepted for the following positions:
Director of Nursing Services
Director of Social Services
Comptroller
Director of Food Services
Director of Maintenance
Please call or write to:
E. Drew Gackenhelmer, Executive Director
Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beach County, Inc.
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THEO TOBIASSE
Noted Israeli artist
featured at Patricia Judith Gallery
Now you can view the original oils, goaches and
limited editions of noted Israeli artist Theo Tobiasse
at our magnificent gallery His art is found in
important museums m the United States. Europe
Canada and Israel Theo Tobiasse will also be present
for a special showing at the Patricia Judith Gallery
March 20-Apnl 3. 1983
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Page 14 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Friday, February 4, 1963
Synagogue News
n.MPl E Jl DEA
Temple Judt-jN popular
\dult Bar-Bat Milzvah classes
arc now in progress. Classes
arc held everj \londa>
evening except ihe firsi Mon-
day, evening ol the month at
me ol Richard and
Dchr.i Hoksberg. Beginners
ineei ai ":30 p.m. Intermediate
student* meet at 8:45 p.m.
Rabbi Joel Lev me instructs
close lO Hi students in Hebrew
reading and prayer skills inte-
grated with an intense review
ol the basic structure of the
Sabbath Service. Prior to as-
cending the pulpit as a Bar or
Bat Milzvah, students will
review great moments in
Jewish hisior) and creative
?pproaches to customs and
ceremonies. The final step will
be mastering the weekly Torah
portion with a contemporary
interpretation. Individual and
group Bar and Bat Milzvah
ceremonies are available. For
more information, contact
Rabbi Levine at the Temple
office.
February Live and Learn
Ciroups are open to non mem-
bers oi Temple Judeaon aone
lime introductory, basis. Live
and Learn discussion groups
meet :n area condominiums
and explore the rich heritage
ol Judaism with Rabbi Joel
Levine. In recent sessions, -tu-
dents related the themes ol
I Harold kushner's best
\v nen Bad Things
Happen d People'" to
the prayei theme ol Cod as the
healer ol thesick. This month,
1 \c and Learn sessions arc
scheduled tor the Lake \\ orth
area. Monday, Feb. at 9:3(J
a.m. at the home of Rose and
Milton Marcus in Covered
Bridge; Monday, Feb. 14 ai
9:45 a.m. at the home of Ir-
ving and Lstelle \v ledman in
Century \ illage: Monday,
Feb. 21 at 2:30 p.m. at the
home of Jerry and Dorothy
Littman in Buttonwood; and
Monday. Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. at
the home of David and
Blanche Silverman in Golden
Lakes. In the planning stages
is a Live and Learn group for
South Palm Beach. Eighty
students are currently partici-
pating in the program. For
more information, call the
Temple office.
TEMPLE JUDEA
SISTERHOOD
Temple Judea Sisterhood will
hold their next Game-Lunch-
eon on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 12
noon at the Sunrise Savings &.
Loan Building. Fran Golden
and her committee are plan-
ning a home cooked luncheon,
plus door and table prizes, at
lor the cost of S6. Contact
Iran to make your reserva-
tions. Must be prepaid.
Dorothy Shear, chairpei
announces the "Nearh v
rum mace sale to be held
Sundav. Feb. 20 lrom 9 a.m.
10 4 p.m. in front ol Miller 5
Super-Valu Market on Mili-
tary I rail and Southern Bou-
levard.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
To Hold Family Service
Temple Beth David of
Northern Palm Beach County
will hold its monthly family
service on I riday evening,
I eb. 4 at 8 p.m. It is an oppor-
tunity for families ol all ages
to come together lor worship,
singing, and a festive Oneg
Shabbat lollowing the service.
Rabbi W illiam Marder. Spirit-
ual Leader, will lead the Serv-
ice accompanied by Cantor
Larl J. Rackoff. All are wel-
come.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
During the Family Night
worship service on Friday,
Feb. 4 at Temple Israel, an
original Cantata written by
Rabbi Howard Shapiro will be
leatured. The Cantata,
"These Are The Names,'* will
be presented by Rabbi Shap-
iro, Ceceil Tishman, Principal
and members ol the Fourth
Grade Class of Temple Israel
Religious School.
\v lthin the lirsi month after
their birth, Jewish children are
civ en a Hebrew name. In Ash-
kcna/i (European descent) tra-
dition, the child is named lor a
deceased loved one, while
among ihe Sephardim
(Spanish-Portuguese descent)
children may be named for
living relatives as a gesture of
honor and respect.
Over the past months, the
fourth graders, taught by Ruth
Kirshner, have been learning
about their Hebrew names.
I hey have been taught to read
them in Hebrew, and they
have discovered the meaning
Ol thcii Hebrew names.
In hisCantata, Rabbi Shap-
iro has written, "'For our sake
the world was created! We link
ourselves to the heroes of our
Jewish past to our fathers,
mothers, grandparents, and
great-grandparents. We take
these names for they tell us
about the future."
Linking the past with the
present, the children, and the
congregation, in consecrating
the meaning of these Hebrew
names, will reaffirm their faith
in the heritage of their Jewish
past and the promise of its to-
morrow.
The public is most cordially
invited to attend this spiritual
ly mean.ng.ul worship servb
at eight o'clock. Endav.Feb 4
at Temple Israel. 1901 Nor'lh
Flagler Drive. West pZ
Beach.
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
The Sisterhood of ComiJ
gallon Beth Kodesh will spon.
sor a luncheon and card party |
at the Vintage, 715 So. Federal
Highway, Boynton Beach '
Thursday, Feb. 24, 12 noon'1
Contact Molly Silverglate j
Bess Hclpern for tickets.
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISHOLOM
ADULT SCHOOL
Rabbi Harry Z. Schcctman
supervisor of the Adult School
ol Jewish Studies of Cong*
gallon Anshei Sholom in Cti-
lury Village, West Palm
Beach, and rabbi of the Con-
gregation, wishes to announce
that the classes will continue
until March 17 when the last
Announcements
Announcements such as engagements, weddings and Bar-
Bat Mitzvahs are published as a free service by The Jewish
I lundian. Information should be sent To: 501 S. Flagler
Drive. Suite 305. W. Palm Beach, FL 33401. If desired,
attach a clear black and white photograph.
Synagogues In Palm Beach County-
conservative
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton 33432. Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore
Feldman. Sabbath services. Fridav 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212. Office hours 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman. Cantor Mordecai Spektor Dailv
8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m.. 5 p.m. late service at 8-1< p m"'
followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 a.m.. 5 p.m., Mincha followed by
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
at Congregational Church, 115 N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach. Phone 737-
5756. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin. Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9
a.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Beach, FL 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi
Joseph Speiser. President, Gerson Feit. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m., followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 9
a.m.. 5 p.m., Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Temple Beth David
Temple Emeth
5780 We-t Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 498-3536. Rabbi
Bernard Silver. C antor Seymour Zisook. Sabbath services, Friday at 5 p.m. and
8 p.m., Saturday and Holidays 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:45 and 5 p.m.
Conservative-Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community CMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile west of
Boca Turnpike). The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3, Boca Raton 33432. Phone:
368-1600, 391-1111. Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
p.m.
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century V illage
W. Palm Beach. Phone: 689-4675. Sabbath services 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Daily
services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Enuaa
at Westminster Presbyterian Church,J0410 N.^Military TraJJ, Palm Beach j 551 Brittany L.Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 499-7407 or 499-9229.
Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays and
Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North Palm Beach. Phone 845-1134.
Rabbi William Marder, Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.
Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi
Howard J. Hirsch, Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath Evening Service at 8:15
Harry Silvej, President.
Holidays 9 a.m.
Reform
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
a.m., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue G.' Belle Glade 33430. Cantor Jack Stateman. Sabbath
services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. 'A* Street. Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel
Eisenberg. Cantor Jacob Elman. Services Monday and Thursday at 8:15 a.m.,
Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9a.m.
Temple Beth Zioa
Lions Club. 700 Camelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach, Friday night 8 p.m. and
Saturdav 9 a.m. President, Eli Rosenthal, 102 Swan Parkway, Royal Palm
Beach, FL 33411. Phone 793-0643. Cantor Albert Koslow.
Temple B'aai Jacob
at Fait! United Presbyterian Church. 275 Alemeida Drive, Palm Spring 33461.
Temple B*nai Jacob. President Jacob Frant. Phone 964-0034. Sabbath services,
Friday --. 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
Temple Fmanu-FI
n h County Road. Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel
m Cantor David Dardashti. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
.rda at 9 a.m.
p.m. in The Sanctuary. Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15 333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone 391-8900 Rabbi MerleE.
Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:15
a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer. Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Beth Torah
TrS; wlSo '." 'oC *Pi EPiscPal R't. Forest Hill Blvd. and Wellington
I race, West Palm Beach. Mailing address: 1125 Jack Pine St., West Palm Bead
33411. Cantor Nicholas Fenakel. President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700).
Temple Israel
HovIJ^k F,a8,errPrive. Wt Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-8421. W
Sh?, In r'M0'' 'Avin* B Cohen. Rabbi Emeritus. Dr. Richard G
S SaIhreS,dcm' Ceceil Tishman- Educator, Cantorial Soloist SusU
v.eiss. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Jadea
Lane Lak^Wn^'iV.0',11,10' Rha Shore' Barbara Chane P^sident. 1407 l*
d m Meeting .Vli.V?63- Phone 965-7778. Services Friday evenings^
wTshineton L *i' Ca,herine's Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 400
Washington Rd. at Southern Blvd.
r Temple Sinai
DefrTv"^"hone^'^fM 2^ 22? of Lake ,da Rd" and S"f&
maa o,K.?ecn6"6 6J. Ma,,,n8 address 2005 N.W. 9 Street. Delray Be**
33444. Rabb. Samuel Silver. President. Bernard! "riday services at
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lion will be held.
)n Friday Evening, March
at the late services, the
i-hers of the school, who
(tribute their time and
>rt voluntarily, will be hon-
\d by the Congregation.
Bond Drive
Congregation Anshei
>lom in Century Village,
st Palm Beach, has again
idiKicd a successful Israel
lid Drive going above its
of $500,000. Jack Hoff-
was Chairman of the
ye and Hyman Krakower
I Ben Pulda were the hon-
es.
Installation
U Congregation Anshei
jlom in Century Village,
1st Palm Beach, Rabbi
ii> Z. Schectman installed
newly-elected officers and
nd members at the late Fri-
hveiling Services on Jan.
lack Hoffman was elected
idem of the Congregation.
U (he meeting of the Sister-
kd of Congregation Anshei
jlom on Tuesday, Jan. 18,
rebctzin Kuth Schectman
tailed (he newly-elected of-
frs and Board members of
Sisterhood at a beautiful
lallation ceremony. Rose
Isky was again re-elected
la third term as president of
Isisterhood.
Religious Services
Congregation Anshei
i>li)iu in Century Village,
si Palm Beach, conducts
jious services every day,
ruing and evening, and
|:e on Friday Evening, 5
L traditional services, and
t*:15 p.m. late services lol-
led by an Oncg Shabbat,
a bholosh Scudos at the
nda> evening religious
rices. One who needs a
fn>an" lor memorials and
'Mourners Radish" can
i>s find a "m in van" at
kgregalion Anshei Sholom.
Friday, February 4,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15
Preside
Amy Church enjoys looking at
the goats at the South Florida
Fair as a participant of the
Jewish Community Center's
No School Holiday Program
that took place on Jan. 24.
Danny Weinberger of the IVi
year olds at the Keren Orr Pre-
school of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center enjoys the French
toast that they made in their
class Maor Weiss curious-
ly looks on.
Polish Truth'
GENEVA (JTA) An
organization called "Zomo,"
set up m Poland to fight the
Solidarity movement, told its
recruits that Solidarity was
created and manipulated by
Jews, according to Vino
Cirodski, a Polish political
refugee living in Germany.
Ronny Win, M.D., P.A.
Obstetrics and Gynecology
^nnouces the opening of an additional office
Medical Center of Delray
Suite 202
909 Palm Trail
Delray Beach, Floria 33444
(305) 276-2300
ffice Hours
Appointment
Boca Raton Office:
Boca Medical Plaza
5458 Town Center Road
Suite 5
(305) 368-3466
NEW YORK Gen. Yehu-
dah Halevy has assumed the
post of president and chief ex-
ecutive officer of the Israel
Bond Organization as of Jan.
I, it is announced by Sam
Rothberg, general chairman
and chairman of the Executive
Committee of the Develop-
ment Corporation for Israel,
the corporate structure of the
Bond Organization.
In his announcement, Roth-
berg said that Gen. Halevy last
served as head of the Man-
power Division of the Israel
Defense Forces, where he es-
tablished an "outstanding
record" as administrator.
Yitzhack Rager, who has
served as president of Israel
Bonds for the past three years,
is returning to Israel after
completing his term.
HALEVY ROSE from the
ranks to become a Brigadier
General in the Israel Defense
Forces from which he is now
retiring. He has fought in all
of Israel's wars and was on
active service during "Opera-
tion Peace for Galilee" in
Lebanon, where he played a
key role in rapidly mobilizing
civilian reserves who make up
the bulk of the Israel Defense
Forces.
During the Yom Kippur
War in 1973, he served in the
Sinai. Earlier, during the Six-
Day War of 1967, he was with
the elite Seventh Brigade, the
first brigade to reach the Suez
Canal. He held a series of
command and staff positions
in the Armored Corps, the
Southern Command and the
Manpower Division.
Born in Shanghai in 1937,
Halevy arrived in Israel at the
end of 1949 at the age of 12.
He went to high school at
night and worked during the
day. At the age of 18, he
Century Village
For Israel Bonds
The Oxford, Stratford,
Plymouth, and Gulfs Edge
sections of Century Village
will hold an Israel Bond
breakfast on Sunday, Feb. 13
at the Holiday Inn in West
Palm Beach.
The announcement was
made by Victor Duke, co-
ordinating chairman of the
event.
The breakfast will be high-
lighted by a special candle-
lighting ceremony honoring
one resident from each area.
Being honored for their
commitment to their commu-
nity and the State of Israel are:
Abe Bisgaier, Rose Novick,
Etta Ress, and Fay Rivkin.
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Israel Defense Forces until his
current appointment as Presi-
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HIS PERSONAL history is
a reflection of Israel's ingath-
ering: born to Iraqi parents in
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serving in the army.
Halevy helped institute a
special army education project
which helps "marginal youth"
otherwise exempted from
service. As one of those in-
volved in this program, he
pointed out that the experience
of army duty was common
denominator of responsible
Israeli citizenship and that in-
clusion of these youth is in the
essential interest of the indivi-
dual and Israeli society.
Temple Emanu-EI of Palm
Beach will honor Joseph
Mandelbaum at an Israel
Bond Cocktail Party on Feb.
13, 4:30 p.m. la the Temple
Social Hall. Mandelbaum has
earned distinction for his work
in the Temple aad in the Israel
Bond community. The 19S1
Chairman of the National
Bond dinner in Palm Beach,
Mandelbaum has served on
the Board of Trustees of the
Temple, and is aa active par-
ticipant on all committees.
Mandelbaum has received
many awards for his work,
from the Temple and for his
accomplishments as Chairman
of his division of UJA in New
York City.

Cemetery Counseling
Eternal Ught Memorial Gardens lone of the two all Jewish cemeteries
in Palm Beach County) has had phenominal success in a little more
than three years existence. There are many obvious reasons for this
success.
We are located on Route #441. 18 minutes easy driving time south of
cjlceechobee Blvd. in Boynton Beach.
We presently have nine counselors. The above mentioned growth
requires us to add two more as quickly as possible.
Must be neat in appearance, have a pleasant, outgoing personality
be bondable. and have a good automobile.
Experience not necessary as we'll train you thoroughly.
Our preeaut counseling staff ia making $15,000 to $35,000 per year on a
nigh advance commission plan. Excellent working conditions and time
flexibility in working hours.
Call Steve Goldstein. Asst. Manager, to schedule interview with
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Israeli breakfast throughout
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transfers, hotel taxes
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usually not on tours; and meet
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Specisl arrangements for baths
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Revisited people optional
substitution of Eilat for Tiberias
DEPOSIT $100 00 per person
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THIS YEAR
VISIT YOUR COUNTRY HOME.
Israel. Where the warmth of belonging begins.
And you feel content in a way you've never felt anywhere else.
Vacation in Israel this year. See the sights of your
ancient homeland from the balcony of your modern hotel.
Swim in its bright, blue seas.
Let its sunshine warm you. And its people. Israel.
Another country: Yet, somehow your own.
COME TO ISRAEL
The Miracle On The Mediterranean.
Israel is much less expensive than mam people think. For informal**) on low-cost packages.
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