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

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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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the voice of
(the jewish
{community of
j PALM BEACH
COUNTY
Jewish floridian
VOLUME 9-NUMBER 8
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25,1983
PRICE 36 CENTS
Arens Enters Begin Cabinet, Sharon Exits
By GIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
the nomination of Moshe
irens as Defense Minister, re-
placing Ariel Sharon, was a
virtual certainty of approval
this week. Arens, Israel's Am-
bassador to the U.S. for the
past year, had agreed to serve,
Premier Menachem Begin's
personal aide, Yehiel Kadis-
hai, told
was that.
reporters, and that
atican Telling Catholics
How To React To
Jews, Intermarriage
By LISA BILLIG
ROME (JTA) The
[atican has presented, for the
Sim time, precise and detailed
lirectives to be followed by
latholics in their relations
[-ith the Jewish community of
^ome. The directives, part of
pastoral letter addressed to
it- Diocese of Rome, were
troadcast by the Vatican radio
tation.
The announcement stated:
The Diocese of Rome has
|laced itself in an avant-guard
>sition in the dialogue be-
keen Catholics and Jews .
the promotion of a deeper
fiov,ledge of Jewish culture
id in the consequent com-
uiment to act as barrier
lainst the resurgence of
in-'iiomena of anti-Semi-
|M11."
I he letter, titled "An Out-
vie lor An Ecumenical Pas-
cal," was several years in
reparation and was comple-
Id under the leadership of
|sgr. Clement Riva, president
the Diocesian Ecumenical
lommission. Its special
klion on relations with the
pws is clearly aimed at im-
roving the climate between
the two faiths in the aftermath
of the terrorist attack on the
main synagogue in Rome last
Oct. 9 in which a two-year-old
child was killed and 33 persons
were wounded.
A theme running through
the pastoral letter is recogni-
tion of the spiritual affinites
between Christianity and
Judaism and respect for their
different theologies. "The
dialogue is seen not in terms of
a relationship between
majority and minority, be-
tween the three million
baptized Romans and the
15,000 Jews in one of the most
ancient communities in the
world, but in a spirit of pro-
found respect and equal dig-
nity in a reality whose history
is closely interwoven with that
of Christians," the Vatican
Radio stated.
This is elucidated in the sec-
tion of intermarriage. It states
that the Roman Catholic
spouse of a non-Catholic
Christian is expected to
"sincerely promise to do all
that is possible to have his or
her partner baptized and
educated within the Roman
Catholic Church."
. The announcement came
several hours before the Knes-
set was to vote on the Cabinet
changes arising from Sharon's
resignation of the defense
portfolio which took effect
Tuesday. Begin will assume
the responsibilities of Defense
Minister until Arens returns
from Washington and is
formally installed.
LEADERS OF Likud's Lib-
eral Party wing reportedly told
Begin they would back the ap-
pointment of Arens without
reservations. He had the sup-
port of Herut whose hard-line
views he shares, although he is
not associated with any
specific trend in the Herut
Party.
The opposition Labor
Alignments said it would take
a "wait-and-see" approach
Moshe Arens
toward Arens. Begin's
coalition partner, the ultra
rightwing Tehiya, which
strongly opposed the resigna-
tion of Sharon, indicated
approval of Arens because as a
Knesset member he had voted
against the Camp David ac-
cords and the peace treaty with
Egypt in 1978 and 1979.
(>en. Sharon
Arens, 58, chaired the Knes-
set's Foreign Affairs and De-
fense Committee before he
was named Ambassador to the
U.S. He had been Begin's first
choice for Defense Minister
after Ezer Weizman resigned
in 1981 but rejected that post
Continued on Page 4
Trudeau Vows Plea to Andropov
By MICHAEL SOLOMON
MONTREAL (JTA)
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott
Trudeau met in Ottawa with
Avital Sharansky, wife of
Prisoner of Conscience Ana-
toly Sharansky, and promised
her he will intervene with Yuri
Andropov, Soviet Communist
Party leader, for the release of
her husband on humanitarian
grounds.
Mrs. Sharansky later told a
press conference that she was
going to Paris to meet with
Georges Marchais, leader of
the French Communist Party,
and give him her personal
letter addressed to Andropov,
appealing for her husband's
release from Christopol prison
where he has been on a hunger
strike since Sept. 26.
Marchais, who was
scheduled to meet Andropov
in Moscow, released a letter
from the Soviet Communist
leader stating that Sharansky
had ended his hunger strike.
During her visit to New
York, before arriving in Ot-
tawa, Mrs. Sharansky said
that she had no independent
confirmation that her husband
had ended his hunger strike.
Prof. Irwin Cotler, president
of the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, who has been Mrs.
Sharansky's defense counsel
since her husband was arrested
more than five years ago, told
the press conference that
"despite affirmations to the
contrary, Sharansky continues
his hunger strike and is
deprived of any contact with
his mother."
Cotler also appealed in a
letter to Andropov for
Sharansky's release from
prison "on humanitarian
grounds. He has endured the
ravages of a hunger strike, the
pain of forced feeding and
deprivation of any human
contact with his family. His
continued confinement serves
neither the cause of human
rights nor the cause of Com-
munism with a human face."
Robinsons Appointed Chairmen Of
Inaugural Hunters Run Campaign
Myron J. Nickman, general chairman of
fe 1983 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
)unty-United Jewish Appeal and Israel
pecial Fund campaigns, announced the
ppointment of Rima and Sam Robinson as
?airmen of the campaign at Hunters Run in
jynton Beach. The Robinsons, former
sidents of Philadelphia, were active
embers of the Allied Jewish Appeal and
icame involved in this local community
[ler becoming permanent residents at
inters Run in 1981.
The lasting memories of their first UJA
ssion to Israel in 1974 and their second
hsion eleven months later "made us
heated Jews," according to Rima Robin-
As a result, they responded whole-
iriedly when asked to host a Federation
fucational meeting in 1982.
rhe Robinsons became concerned "that
as Jews would become complacent and
Mated in our 'Camelot' life style and that
Meeds of our brothers and sisters locally,
Israel and overseas must be met." Acting
I their conviction, they became instru-
jntal in organizing the Federation-UJA
Sam and Rima Robinson
campaign held for the first time this year at
Hunters Run.
Hunters Run will hold their first annual
Dinner Dance on March 12, 6:30 p.m., at the
Clubhouse. Leona and Al Wolf and Hilda
and Jess Gropper will co-chair the event
along with the Robinsons. Alan L. Shulman,
national vice-chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal and past president of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, will be
the guest speaker. Music will be by the
Duchin-Grant Orchestra.
Recognizing the fact that many Hunters
Run residents are "snowbirds" with major
Northern commitments, the Hunters Run
Committee urges their attendance at the Din-
ner Dance as a showing of support for the
local Federation's many community services,
including their constituent agencies, the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service and the Jewish Community
Day School.
Other members of the Hunters Run Com-
mittee are Irma and Harold Batt, Lassie and
Herman Blum, Lois and Albert Brodsky,
Elaine and Melvin Finkelstein, Linda and
Benjamin Frankel, Irene and William Gassel,
Isabel and Allyne Gottlieb, Pat and Bud
Hamar, Lois and Irwin Horowitz, Shirley
and Mickey Horowitz, Corrine and Sol
Joffe, Lorraine and Alfred Karofsky, Naomi
and Harris Kessler, Joan and Jack
Makransky, Doris and Jerry Perlman,
Harriette and Theodore Sail, Mildred and
Louis Sanders, Phyllis and Edward Schain,
Selma and Victor Shelansky, and Zelda and
Joseph Zeger. For more information, contact
Sylvia Lewis, campaign associate, at the
Federation office.


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday. February 25.1963
Super Sunday-----Super Success
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Thank You Super Sunday '83 Volunteers
.
We have a committed and involved Jewish community
here in the Palm Beaches people who recognize a need
and answer the call. In putting together a project like
Super Sunday, we received generous help from committee
chairmen. Federation staff, the Jewish Community Youth
Council, organizations throughout Palm Beach County
and hundreds of people who spent hours on the telephone.
We would like to extend our thanks to all. Your support
has been tremendously gratifying.
SHAUl&MS
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MARILYN and ARNOLD LAM PERT
Co-Chairmen, Super Sunday '83
I
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Dr. Moane AdUr, lUry and Floyd
Bachrach. Barry Berg, Bloeeom 8.
Cohen. Dr. Leah Gold rein. Hy Fox.
Alan Frank. Ned Goldberg. Frank
Ooldateln. Henry Oroaaman, Sandy
Burn*. Bernard Simon. Bee Green.
LouU Greenateln, Florence P. Kleff.
Florence Klppel. Sidney N. Klein.
Either Koaowakl. Harry Lerner. Elate
Leviton. Gertrude MargolU. Harriet
MargolU. Bernard Mycom. Suaan
Levlne. Martha Nadelman. Larry
Ochetetoi. Mra. Ed. J. Paaaman. LouU
Perlman, Zelda Plncourt.Bea Ruach-
warger. Jerome Rauach. Norman Roee,
Bernard Sakren. TUUe Sakren;
Eileen Shapiro. MareU Shapiro,
Gertrude 8. Shepard. Dorla Singer.
Loula Singer, Dr. Edward Bpector,
Nathaniel E. Welnahel, Dr. Peter D.
Wunah. Michael Zimmerman. Peter
Cummlnga- J""* Cummlnga, Shirley
Lelbow Jonaa BarenholU. Sidney and
Sylvia Berger. Marilyn David, Martha
and Herman Freedman, Martha
Frledland. Dr. Elizabeth 8. Frellich.
Ann Oallubler. Dan Giber. Wm. and
Faye Glater. Bette Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Gold. Harvey B. Goldberg,
Sablna Ooldateln. Edith Gottlieb, Carole
Greenbaum;
Either F. Gruber, Bob Herman.
Claire R Kaufman. Jamei Kay, Claire
Klein. Keith Kronlah, Milton and Ruth
Kurland. Dr. Alan LeRoy, Cynnle and
Robert Llat. Sadie and Charlei
Mlllman. Jake Nuaabaum, Sylvia
Robinson. David and Judy Schlmmel.
David R. Schwartz, Suaan Schwartz-
WoU. Eatra MatUck. Pauline Silver
ateln. Eugene Topperman, Albert
wilani. Francei Witt. Nettle and Malae
Stein, Joaeph A. Berlau, Mar]orle
Feterdy. Bather Froellch. Lola M.
Gackenhelmer, Violet Glarla. Miriam
Olaaaman. Evelyn Groaaman, Rita
Hofman, Ruth Hyde, Lillian Kaplan.
Bea and Murray Kem;
Jack and Carrie Chlat Darwin and
Henrietta Rabat, Renee Keailer. Barry
Krlacher. Ruth Z. Lazar, Mildred and
Morrti Leader. Miriam Levlnaon. Jack
Ubman. Ida and Joe Llnaenberg. Ann
Lynn Upton. Morrla I. ODove. Bernard
G. PUaakln. Loulee Rom, Judge
Abraham Roth. Bobby Roth, Claire
Schwartz. Belle Sheldon. Adele Simon,
riorence Snyder. Leo Sterenberg.
Barbara and Nathan Tanen. Muriel
Wolinaky, Dr. and Mra. Howard
Woocher, Joaeph Rabin, Marcl Adler
ThelmaAlk.;
Leah Berk. Alexander and Alice
Conn, Dorothy and Harry Cole. Murray
M Collier. Leah Fox. Dorothy
Greenbaum, Jerry Hartman. Rita
Hilton, Roae Jacobaon. Dorla King. Gall
Kreaaal. Henry Kaye, Lillian Levlne
Sandl HeUbron. Stephen Levitt. Anne
and Bamett Levy, Renee Mackler. Nat
and Rhea Paaaon. Sylvia Roeen. Tlra
Roien, Oertrude Schmall. Fay
8hulman. Ruth Sommer. Barbara
8ommeri. Alan 8. Zangen. EaUUe
Zangen. Borta and Either ZUman, Ruth
and Alvln WUenaky. Fran Alexander;
Fred Berk, Alec Engelateln. MoUle
and 8ldney Fallk, Marcy Fine, Thelrna
HeUer. Mr. and Mra Mel Herahenaon
Daniel and Rebecca Jatlow. Ann
Kachel, Helen Krleger, Anthony
Lempert, Jacob Lubiner, Elaine Mark
Malcom Roaenberg. Sylvia and Leo
WK,W*Cko8h?rTy mewart- "^n A.
White. Carole Hymowiu, Emanuel
Mlraky. Rabbi Joel Levlne. Harry and
Leah Engelateln. Flo Kaufman. Ber
nerd Kurlt. Jane Paulen. Marvin and
Evelyn J Percher. Robin Stein, Emma
Telch. Sam Wadler, Rena Welnateln.
Donna Wleaiman. Rabbi Alan R
Sherman, Blanche SUverman, Jean
Rubin. Arnold and Marilyn Lam pert. I
Edward Adler, Gloria Belgard. Nettle
Bark. Debby and Marahall Brail, 8y
and Rhoda Cole;
Lynne EhrUch. Sheila Engelateln,
Ronnl Md Jay Epateln, Phillip Wm.
Flaher. Suaan Flatter. Eva Hlrech.
Stanley Hyman. Patty Kartell, Carole
and Paul Klein. Douglaa Kleiner. Stacl
Leaaer. Mark and 8tacey Levy. Jeanne
Levy, Sylvia Lewia, Mark Mendel.
Miriam Mlraky, Myron J Nick man.
Marva Perrln. Barbara Perry. Howard
and Detra Kay. Sandra Proc. Jeanne
Rachlei. Al Roaoft. Mar)orte and
Norman J Schlmelman. LUa Seldler.
Jonl and Max Tochner. Marilyn
Tacovonne.Chuck Young
The Jewlih Ceramaalty Yiitk
OeancU eeaatalaag at the Mlowlag
mem ben:
Karen Koaowakl, Harrean Bertlach.
Robin Jo Da via, Randy Deutach. Ertka
Eiienberg. Beth Oanz. Mara Goodman,
Jeff Holmatock, Larry Hymowiu.
Monica Kay, Toby Koaowakl. Joyce
Lampert, Gary Leaaer, Tarnl Leaaer.
Terrle Lubln. Eric Matheeon. Bonnie
Peakow. Jennifer Rapaport. OrU Sacka,
Eric Slepp. Daniel Vogel. Wendy
Wagner, Roneet Welngarten. David
Orav. Keith Edelman. Jeff Tochner,
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Drew and Shawn StoUef. ft"*|
Kenny Zuckerberg, ***J?5\
Mlchele ZolU. Sharon SUinWg-J
Friedman, G111I Garty. uaw M
Tenzer, Karen LUt;
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Cheryl Kramer. W'^Slrf
Fruch. ^^jsSiSfS^s.
Hughee. Sam **ffiS *l
Margie and Suzy MB** j,^
Nelaon. Scott wiiw-
Schlmelman.
Thank you to the followlni col"
for Uielr ganeroua donatloni
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Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
'Grassroots* Is Sprouting
In Palm Beach County
ie American Heritage
lionary defines "grass-
is" as the groundwork or
\ce of something. In Palm
ch County, "Grassroots"
gnates a program for
icr education sponsored
the Jewish Educators
ncil and the Jewish
(cation Committee of the
|sh Federation of Palm
ch County. It is providing
[source for increasing the
Iber of well trained profes-
fals in Jewish education as
as upgrading the skills of
ting faculties. Ann Lynn
ion, Jewish Education
Ictor of the Jewish Federa-
of Palm Beach County
I administrator of "Grass-
s," explained the necessity
|his type of program. "The
vth of this area's Sunday
School-afternoon religious
schools is due to the relocation
ol so many young Jewish
families to this area and one of
the most pressing needs we
now have is for more qualified
supplemental religious school
teachers."
Criteria for licensing has
been established in conjunc-
tion with the Greater Miami
Board of License for the State
of Florida. The program is ad-
ministered by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
in Miami. Three hundred
hours of classroom instruction
is required in the areas of He-
brew, Jewish Life, Education,
History and Bible. Anyone
can enter the program from
educators who lack Judaic
knowledge to those with a
great Judaic knowledge but
Methodist-Jewish Dialogue
ic Community Relations
icil of the Jewish Federa-
of Palm Beach County
the United Methodist
rdi, West Palm Beach
rici, are co-sponsoring a
jodist-Jewish Dialogue to
|eld on March 7 and 8, in
Palm Beach.
Monday evening, March
It 7:30 p.m., the com-
ii> is invited, at no
ge, to hear two major ad-
jes at the First United
lodist Church, on Hibis-
|treet and Florida Avenue,
speakers, the Reverend
JR. Benjamin Garrison,
Isenting the Methodist
)on, and Mr. Albert Vor-
representing the Jewish
ion, have participated in
lational Methodist-Jewish
Jgue upon which-our own
(activity is modeled.
Vorspan is Vice Presi-
I the Union of American
ew Congregations and
Itor of the Commission
Jcial Action of Reform
|sm. He is the author of
il books, the most recent
nch are Great Jewish De-
and Dilemmas and
thin*, the Prophets for
h. the latter of which he
Ithored with Rabbi Bal-
Brickner. Both books
published by the UAHC.
| has also written on inter-
relations in Time,
!> Review, The Chris-
entury. Present Tease
tany other publications.
rdition, he has written
books of Jewish
published by Double-
id Company.
Vorspan has been a
participant in the civil
struggle, the peace
Albert Vorspan
movement and interfaith
activities. In 1969, he was
awarded the George Brussel
Memorial Award by New
York City's Stephen Wise Free
Synagogue "for exceptional
devotion to prophetic Ju-
daism.)' #
Dr.'Garrison, Senior Minis-
ter, First "United Methodist
Chureh, Lexington, Nebraska,
will also participate in the
Tuesday a.m., March 8,
Breakfast-Workshop-lnter-
faith Service to be held at
Temple Israel, 1901 North
Flagler Drive, commencing at
8:13 a.m. A $2 registration fee
must accompany all reserva-
tions to the morning session
which will offer five separate
workshops from which each
participant will select two.
The Methodist Jewish
Dialogue is co-chaired by Har-
riett "Buddie" Brenner and
Sue Northcroft. For further
information, please call the
Federation office at 832-2120.
who lack teacher training to
people who are interested and
motivated to study in both
areas. "We have young
mothers whose children will be
entering school soon to retired
teachers who wish to give of
their time to teach in our sup-
plemental religious schools,"
stated Lipton.
This first trimester which
meets on Mondays, 7 to 9
p.m., at Temple Beth El, con-
sists of two classes. Jewish
Holidays and Festivals is being
taught by Mordecai Levow,
headmaster of the Jewish
Community Day School while
Cissie Tishman, principal of
Temple Israel Religious
School, and Ann Lipton share
teaching responsibilities for
Basic Techniques of Teaching:
A Survey of Teaching Skills.
Three courses will be offered
during the second trimester
beginning in March. They are
Jewish Life Cycle: Hatched,
Matched and Dispatched,
Techniques of Teaching Holi-
days, and Aleph Bet: Begin-
ning Hebrew. Prospective
teachers can enroll at anytime
during the year.
The response of the students
who comprise the first class of
"Grassroots" has been posi-
tive. Faye Stoller, a primary
teacher at Temple Beth David
Religious School, believes that
the teachers and subject mat-
ter are very good. "1 want to
be more knowledgable in what
I'm teaching and since 1 plan a
future in religious education,
it's important for me to be-
come licensed. 1 am already
reaping benefits from attend-
ing classes because I become
newly inspired and I learn new
techniques to bring back into
my classroom at Temple Beth
David."
Susan Mark, a member of
Temple Beth David, feels that
by attending the "Grassroots"
program she is growing with
the temple. "I was looking to
do something on a part-time
basis that interested me and by
revitalizing what 1 learned as a
child, 1 can use this knowledge
to help my temple and my
children," stated Mark. She is
impressed with the cur-
riculum, the organization of
the lessons and the abilities of
the instructors.
The sponsors of "Grass-
roots" are encouraged by the
initial reaction to the program.
Lipton stated, "We are very
pleased to have individuals
who are seriously interested in
the field of Jewish education
and who will make fine
teachers for our community."
For more information, contact
Ann Lipton at the Federation
office.
Temple B'nai Jacob Welcomes New Rabbi
Frant, president of Temple B'nai
announced that the congregation has
|ed the services of Rabbi Dr. Morris
an as their new spiritual leader. Frant
"In describing a rabbi's function, it is
I easy to dismiss it as the 'spiritual lead
Ihe congregation.' We realize in these
It times that a rabbi's role has to be
fhan that. He is not only the spiritual
interpreter of Jewish law, the preach-
[we envision him to represent the total
| community to its neighbors."
>i Silberman was ordained in 1952 at
la University in New York and received
luate degree in 1959 from the Jewish
fg'cal Seminary's Graduate School. He
his Ph.D. in Psychology in 1973 from
1h Dickinson in Teaneck, N.J.
51 Silberman has experience in Psycho-
and Counseling. In 1957-60-hr
the rabbi at Temple Beth Israel in Maywood,
N.J., from 1960-62 at Congregation Shaerit
Israel in Columbus, Ga., from 1963-76 at
Congregation Shaare Torah in Brooklyn,
N.Y. and from 1977-80 at Congregation
Temple Emeth in Delray Beach. Dr.
Silberman is associate professor in social-
science and psychology at Palm Beach Junior
College.
Rabbi Silberman, in a message to his new
congregation, stated, "All Jews have a com-
mon heritage and destiny with his fellow Jew,
whether secular or religious. We must realize
that we are one people whose central focus is
the synagogue."
Temple B'nai Jacob's sanctuary on Con-
gress and Lillian Avenues in West Palm
Beach is expected* to be completed soon. For
more information concerning the congre-
gation, contact temple president Jacob Franf-
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County Women's
Division's $S00-$999 Event will be a special performance
o' "Survivors" by the Actor's Workshop and Repertory
Company on March 9, 7:30 p.m., at the theater in
West Palm Beach. The event will be given on behalf of the
Women's Division annual campaign for the 1983
Federation-UJA and Israel Special Fund campaigns. The
committee met recently at the home of Sheila Engelstein to
finalize plans for the event. Seated [left to right] are Leah
Siskin, Detra Kay, Marva Perrin, Women's Division
campaign chairman, Rita Taca, Adele Simon, chairman of
the event, and Sheila Engelstein, campaign associate.
$500/$999 Event
Featured speakers at a workers' training session for
Women's Division's $500-5999 EventwerePaul Bennett,
managing director of Actor's Workshop and Repertory
Company and producer and director of "Survivors,"
Douglas Kleiner, assistant director of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County; Joan Tochner and
Detra Kay, co-chairmen of Worker Training for Women's
Division. Pictured above are [left to right] Joan Tochner,
co-chairman of Worker Training; Adele Simon, chairman
of Ihe event; Sheila Engelstein, campaign associate, and
Detra Kay, co-chairman of Worker Training.
Teachers to Gather for
Spring In-Service
A religious school teacher's
education is never complete.
In order to be effective in the
classroom, a teacher must
grow professionally and con-
tinue to perfect educational
skills. In-service teacher train-
ing workshops provide the op-
portunity for ongoing profes-
sional growth by bringing
noted educators to this com-
munity who can add to the
teachers overall knowledge
and teaching techniques.
On March 6,12:30 p.m., the
Spring In-Service Teach
Training Workshop wll be
held at the Benjamin S.
Hornstein Jewish Community
Day School. This is the second
workshop that has been of-
fered locally. Ann Lynn
Lipton, Jewish Education
Director of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
stated, "Previously, teachers
had to go to Miami to receive
the quality of education now
being offered here. We hope
our program of in-service
training will continue to ex-
pand in the future." Teachers
receive credit towards licens-
ing by attending these ses-
sions.
The keynote address at the
workshop will be given by Dr.
Nathan Entin, professor of
Judaic Studies and expert in
the uvc df-*rh'u'!ti'mcdia from
Gratz College. He will speak
on "The Significance of
Multi-Media to your Class-
room." Ruth Levow, chair-
man of the Educators Council
of Palm Beach County, com-
mented, "It is a great privilege
to have Dr. Entin in our com-
munity. He is an outstanding
person in media instruction
and every teacher who hears
him can't help but better
themselves."
Workshops will include
Shabbat for Early Childhood
Classrooms and Teaching
Passover in the Early Child-
hood Classroom taught by
Joan Bergman from CAJE in
Miami, The Successful Use of
Media taught by Dr. Entin,
and Administering Jewish Day,
and Supplemental Schools,
consisting of a panel discusV
sion by Mordecai Levow,
Principal of the Jewish Com-
munity Day School, Ceceil
Tishman, Principal of Temple
Israel Religious School and
Abe Gittelson, Associate
Director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education
in Miami. The workshop is
sponsored by the Educators
Council of Palm Beach
County and the Education
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. For more informa-
tion, contact Ann Lynn
.lipton ax the federation of-
fice.


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, February 25,1983
Enter Moshe Anens '
From our own point of view, the more
remarkable occurrence last week
followed the report, perhaps over-
shadowing the report itself. And that
was the resignation of Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon.
If we are at all comforted by the
resignation, it is for the reason that an
even more eloquent spokesman for
Israel's best interests, Moshe Arens,
now takes his place. Apart from this, we
take little comfort from the resignation.
There are those who have criticized Gen.
Sharon for his alleged "megalomania."
But so legendary a figure, whose con-
tributions to the cause of his country
both on the battlefield and off it are
simply not to be diminished by the
picayune criticisms of the softhearted,
was nevertheless bound to be attacked in
this way. And, doubtless, in others as
well.
Exit then, for the moment, Ariel
Sharon. Enter Minister of Defense
Arens. What can we expect? Well, for
one thing, a difference in the tone of
diplomatic performance. Certainly,
Arens will be more velvety in spirit.
But let that velvet not confuse anyone,
least of all the Reagan Administration
which, immediately after the publication
of the commission of inquiry report,
speculated that the report and the
possible departure of the Begin
government in toto might mean
revivification of his "peace initiative" of
last Sept. 1.
Behind Arens* velvet lurks a fist of
iron. For who more eloquently than
Arens rejected the Camp David accord
even when Prime Minister Begin signed
it? Although these days Arens says that
the accord is a fait accompli and that he
is prepared to live by it, his initial
reaction to that disaster foretells a
toughness on Judea and Samaria that
minimally matches Begins own.
Arens Enters Begin
Cabinet, Sharon Exits
Continued from Page 1
ai the time because of his
stand against the Camp David
approach to the peace process.
He has since indicated that he
regards Camp David as a fait
accompli and could serve
within its framework.
ALTHOUGH HIS views on
foreign and defense policy are
unqualifiedly hawkish. Arens
does not have the brash and
abrasive characteristics of
Sharon. He earned a good re-
putation as a diplomat in
Washington, and even Labor
critics of the government
concede thai his appointment
will introduce "-a saner atmos-
phere" in the Cabinet.
Arens is expected to be a
strong Defense Minister who
will fight any attempts by-
others within or outside the
government to interfere in his
ministry's operations.
Arens was born in Kaunas,
Lithuania, in 1925 and re-
ceived his higher education in
"Jewish floridian
Endowment Fund Planning
What Goes Out, Must Come In
Sir Isaac Newton said
"What goes up, must come
down," but it was Sir Chaim
Yoshel that said "What goes
out, must come in." One is a
law of physics, the other the
law of giving.
The development program
of the Endowment Fund of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County seeks to build
for the future while providing
help for today. Not all of us
are in a position to part with a
valuable asset today. It would
be nice if everyone in our
community could open a
Philanthropic Fund with the
Federation at its minimum re-
quired gift level of $1,000 cash
or equivalent value in
property. But this is wishful
thinking, not reality.
What is reality is that the
majority of those who read
this article could provide for a
gift in his or her will or make
arrangements for a gift
through life insurance to per-
petuate his or her charitable
giving level in the Jewish
community. Below is an
example:
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
Endowment Program, please contact Stanley Hyman, En-
dowment Director of the Jewish Federation at 832-2120
Donor gives $1,000 per year
to Federation and $400 per
year to a synagogue-temple. It
was always the donor's dream
that someday he could set the
example of giving for his chil-
dren and do something a little
extra for the community, like
providing a perpetual endow-
ment for camp scholarships.
Here is how these philan-
thropic goals can be reached:
$15,000 bequest to the
Endowment Fund of the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Beach
County, or a
$ 15,000 life insurance policy
naming the Endowment Fund
of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
After donor's death, ihtl
Federation invests proceedsl
(for example only) at 12peJ
cent yielding $ 1,800 per year
Donor's will or philaa-1
thropic fund agreement!
designate these annual)
distributions:
$1,000 to Federation, $400i
to synagogue-temple, $400 to
JCC for camp scholarship.
Total $1,800.
Don't leave it up to the nenl
generation to take your place!
in giving to Jewish philanj
thropic causes.
Another law of giving:
Sel Ihe Example of ( by Perpetuating YourGivikg. T
Letters to the Editor
the United States. He attended
the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and the California
Institute of Technology, spe-
cializing in aeronautical engin-
eering. For a time he was vice
president of Israel Aircraft In-
dustries. He and his wife,
Muriel, are the parents of two
sons and two daughters.
MEANWHILE, Sharon
took formal leave of the De-
fense Ministry with full pomp
and military ceremony. Army
officers and senior officials
invited to the farewell pro-
ceedings expressed surprise at
the extensive publicity ar-
rangements for what is nor-
mally a quiet event attended
mainly by the staff of the out-
going minister.
The media were present in
force to watch Sharon review a
military guard of honor ac-
companied by beating drums,
bugle fanfares and much
waving of banners.
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Volume 9
12 ADAR 5743
Number 8
EDITOR. The Jewish
Floridian:
In a recent feature article of
the Sunday Post-Time (Feb. 6)
an in-depth exploration of
social service budget cutbacks,
under the present State and
Federal austerity programs,
was presented. Although the
article was well written and
fairly well documented, there
appear certain omissions
which 1 would wish the readers
of this paper to know about.
Although there have been
massive cutbacks in health and
aid programs, it is not entirely
correct to portray one or two
state or local agencies as the
only providers of such ser-
vices. Locally, the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
of Palm Beach County, Inc.,
provides home health aides to
individuals in need and who
are financially unable to
purchase this service on their
own. No mention was made in
the Post article of such alter-
native services, through semi-
private sectarian philan-
thropies. Although the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
program is very near to capa-
city at the present time, the
staff of the agency wish,
nevertheless, to know of any
individual who may be in need
of these services, as help may
still be available.
Federal and State financing
are very surely the key to
restoring confidence in our
local social services, chiefly
due to the fact that only
government can insure that
every person who needs help
will get it. However, the
'important role of private non-
profit services should never be
ignored, when presenting
human interest case examples
to the public.
STEPHEN LEVITT
West Palm Beach
Dear Editor,
A few years ago I came to
live in Florida.
1 had a license to teach
Dance Therapy in Florida, and
went to R.S.V.P. to see where
I could work as a volunteer.
They sent me to several
places, and I have worked at
JCC and the Mental Health
Center.
However, 1 was encouraged
and inspired by Jean Rubin at
the Jewish Continuity Center,
and fell accepted there. The
people are just great to work
with.
Now that I am teaching a
course called Joy Through
Movement of dance and exer-
cise at Poinciana, 1 am
donating all the proceeds to
JCC because that organization
means so much to me.
The course I give makes
people feel important and
gives them an opportunity to|
grow, in their mature age.
This is the fourth year ail
Poinciana through the I
courtesy of the Challenger I
Country Club in Lake Worth,]
and the class gets more inter-
esting and continues to gi<(|
both my students and mysdf|
great satisfaction.
Again 1 say it is because ofl
the warm reception and en-
couragement of Jean RubinatI
the JCC that 1 began working
as a volunteer, and my life is
enriched knowing that 1 too
am continuing to grow and|
feel useful in my mature years.
Sincerely, I
(eliaGordnl
Update
By TOBY WILK
Thanks to Israel sacrifices,
our government is the domi-
nant power in Lebanon today.
1 he Li .S. should urge Lebanon
to sign a peace treaty with Is-
rael. What better time could
there be to demonstrate that
we truly want peace in the
mid-East. The opportunity
must not be missed.
The Slock Market
Who-Dunit?
The Saudis and other Arab
rulers have hoards of Ameri-
can and European currency
that they are desperately an-
xious to convert into tangible
possessions. Having amassed
fortunes overnight, price is of
no consideration, nor the fair
value of what they buy. The
stock market is one of their
targets. Another is prime real
estate throughout our country.
Middle class Americans are
being priced out of the mar-
ket, be it real estate or stock.
Arab penetration into Ameri-
can business, Universities and
society, poses a major threat
to the freedom Americans
have too long taken for
granted.
Whal's Going Oi?
Secretary of Interior Ja
Watt is about to allow Ku
to lease our public lands todei
velop our nation's oil, gas "I
coal resources. The Admuwl
tration claims the stepped tfl
development of our P""l
lands is for the PurPs*rl
freeing ourselves from depd
dence on mid-East oil. AIHJ-
ing Kuwait to purchase rjj
to our energy resources goo" j
quite the opposite direction.
In the Soviet Union k
can neither leave as Jes d
live as Jews. Despite for"*-
ble difficulties, heroic RJ
Jews are involved wiih3^
ish movement and are su
ig up to be countedI ^
Jews of the world. A me 1
Jews must strengthen "
forts to help free our >
brothers and sisters V
lives are endangered J
. Soviet regime. Demon^
in dozens of cars bloc* i
streets leading w"fs|
Embassy in Pr,s'rt i\
paralyzed a central lJ
Paris, to protest the^ J
mentof AnatolySharans i
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Page 6 The Jewish rToridian of Palm Beach County Fnday. reoruary a. ~~
New Director Appointed For Local Anti-Defamation League
Louise Etkind Shurc has
been appointed Director of the
Palm Beach Regional Office
of the Anti-Defamation
League.
She formerly served as the
Executive Director of the
Connecticut Jewish Commu-
nity Relations Council, an
organization that coordinated
lunay relations activities
for the nine Jewish Federa-
tions in Connecticut.
She has also seoed as the
Director of Community Rela-
tions for the New Haven Jew-
ish Federation from 1973-
1983.
Shure has represented the
Connecticut Federations on
the Civil Rights Committee of
Local ADL Director to Address
Women's Business and
Professional Group
Ebc Halpertn. chairman of
the Business and Professional
Women's Group of the
Women's Division of the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Beach
County, announced that
Louise Etkind Shure. Director
of the Palm Beach Regional
Office of the Ann-Defamation
League, will be the guest
speaker at the group's month-
ly meeting. The event will be
held on March 2. 6 p.m.. at
Alfredo's Restaurant in Lake
V. orth. llene SUber and Renee
kessler have been named co-
chairmen of the March meet-
The Business and Profes-
sional W omen's Croup is a
network of over 300 career
women who meet regularly to
become more aware of Jewish
needs locally. nationally,
overseas and in Israel. In addi-
tion, they explore issues in the
workplace that relate to Jew-
ish concerns. Louise Etkind
Shure will speak on "Anu-
Semiitsm in the V. ortplace "
llene Silber and Renee
ke>sler stated. "V.e are very
pleased to have Louise Etkind
Shure address our group as she
exemplifies a successful career
woman who is identified with
Jewish concerns and can en-
lighten us from both perspec-
tives." For more information,
contact the Women's Division
at the Federation office.
Sunday Is Funday
The Jewish Community
Center's Sunday-Funday will
be starting once again.
Children now attending grades
k through 6 are invited to
come and enjoy a series of
afternoons of exciting actrvi-
to be bekl at Camp
Shalom (Belvedere Rd. one
mile west of the turnpike).
Sunday-Fundays are
scheduled from 1:30 p.m. to
- M p.m. March 6 and 20.
ffcpri 10 and 24 and May 8.
Each Sunday will be hosted
by a different country and the
dav's events which will include
Arts and Crafts. Cooking.
Sports. Potpourri and
Pioneering will relate to that
country.
Pick up your passport to
fun. Call Terne Lubin at 689-
"*~00 for information and
registration.
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Testimony's Community
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Holocaust Remembrance.
She has been honored by the
Greater New Haven Asso-
ciation of Women in Higher
Education, the Panel of
American Nfcomen. and the
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She staffed several i,
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A graduate of Skja*.
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Center is now offering a
vanetv of Health and Fitness
Programs throughout the
spring for the working adult.
Two new classes in Tai Chi,
an ancient form of Chinese
movement will begin Thurs-
day starting Feb. 24, from
7:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Wednes-
days starting March 2 from 3
toJp.m.
Su workshops from exercise
Pot Pourri to Nutrition to
Skin Care will also be offered
bi-monthly on Tuesday
evenings from ":30 to 9 p.m.
All the above will be at the
Jewish Communitv Center,
2415 Okeechobee Blvd.. West
Palm Beach.
Aerobics is a must for the
young at heart. This group
meets Mondavi and *A ednes-
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Around the Town" would like to bear from you. Send
arlkles typewritten and double-spaced to Staci Lesser, c-o
The Jewish Flondtan, 501 South Flagler Drive, Suite 305
West Palm Beach, FL 33401. '
Lorraine and Art Virshup have been very busy and the
future looks the same. They just returned from New York
after attending the "sweet sixteen" party for Lorraine's
niece. Lucky they did not get cauitht in the blizzard.
Daughter Tamara is studying for her Bat Mitzvah which
will be held in May. This, of course, means that Lorraine
has a little planning to do also. Art's mother and father
will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary in
March at the Hilton Inn of Inverrary in Lauderhill.
Friends and relatives from New York and New Jersey are
expected to attend this golden event. All this and Lorraine
still has time to be the camp representative for Timber
Ridge Camps located in High View, W.Va. Lorraine and
Art are planning to spend part of the summer at Timber
Ridge with Art serving as camp doctor.
Mazol Tov to Stella and Larry Goldberg on the birth of
their second grandchild.
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Fox were overjoyed grandparents as
their granddaughter Tammi Jean Fox became a Bat
Mitzvah on Jan. 7, in Port Jefferson Station, N.Y.
The tennis set is in full swing. Members of the Forest
Hill Varsity Tennis Team include Isaac Kovner, Tami and
Gary Lesser and Paul Shapiro. So far they have a very
impressive record. Keep up the good work.
Attention Attention The Westchester and Upper
New York Counties Social Group will be meeting the first
Thursday of every month at 9:45 a.m. at the Westgate
American Savings and Loan Association. Many interesting
programs are planned. Thenext meeting will be Thursday,
March 3. All are welcome.
Congratulations to Julie Bachrach Hershman, daughter
of Mary and Floyd Bachrach of West Palm Beach. Julie
just recently passed her CPA exam. Julie resides in Miami
and is a member of the firm of Kaplan, Morrison, Brown
and Co. Julie and who said women aren't good in
math!
Betty Klein we are certainly proud of you. Betty recently
was the honoree of a State of Israel Bond Function
sponsored by the Lake Worth Chapter of Hadassah. Betty
has given of herself to Hadassah and the State of Israel for
over 40 years. Betty and Milton Klein have another claim
to tame. They are the proud and loving grandparents of 10
marvelous gradnchildren.
The community mourns the loss of a very dedicated
woman, Elsie Pitkin, of Boynton Beach. Elsie arrived in
the area 14 years ago with her husband, Barney Pitkin.
Alter settling in Boynton Beach, her first concern was to
organize a chapter of Hadassah. She became the founder
and first president of the Golda Meir-Boynton Beach
Chapter. Her main interest was in Youth Aliyah to which
she gave a life-long dedication of service. Elsie shall long
be remembered for her dedication to her people and for
her good deeds.
There is music in the air so soon it must be spring.
The Palm Beach Festival will present The Saint Paul
Chamber Orchestra, Pinchas Zukerman conducting, in a
special series of four concerts featuring guest soloists
Dame Janet Baker, Misha Dkhter, Shlomo Mintzand Yo-
Yo Ma. For further information contact the Palm Beach
Festival at 686-6800.
Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 7
North County Campaign Division
To Hold Cocktail Reception
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Arnold Lampert, chairman,
and Harvey. B. Goldberg,
associate chairman of the
North County Campaign
Division of the 1983 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County/United Jewish Appeal
and Israel Special Fund
campaigns, announced that
the inaugural Cocktail Party
and Reception will be held on
March 1, 7:30 p.m. at the
PGA Sheraton Resort Hotel,
Palm Beach Gardens. The
event will feature the
Honorable Meir Rosenne,
Israel's Ambassador to
France.
The North County Cam-
paign Division was formed as
a result of the growing high
concentration of Jewish
residents in Palm Beach Gar-
dens, North Palm Beach,
Singer Island, Lake Park,
Jupiter and Tequesta.
Educational meetings have
been held at various homes in
the area to acquaint the
residents with the goals and
activities of the Jewish
Federation and to encourage
an emerging sense of com-
munity. Goldberg stated,
"Residents of the North
County need to become ac-
tively involved in local Jewish
concerns that encompass the
entire Palm Beach County
community area. It is our hope
that this will encourage them
to have a greater voice in the
direction of overall Jewish
communal affairs."
Dr. Meir Rosenne will be
speaking on "Terrorism and
the Jews of France." He is a
former legal advisor to the
PURIM, FUN TIME
FOR THE FAMILY
The Jewish Community
Center in cooperation with the
Jewish Community Day
School invites the entire family
to celebrate Purim, Sunday,
Feb. 27, from 2 to 4 p.m. at
the Day School's grounds,
5801 Parker Ave., West Palm
Beach.
Everybody is welcome to
come and enjoy the fun of
Purim. For additional in-
formation please call 689-
7700.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs to
Israel and one of his country's
foremost authorities on the
Middle East.
Since the inception of the
Middle East peace nego-
tiations he has been directly
involved in all major talks as
part of the Israel team and in
preparation of key documents.
Dr. Rosenne was a member of
the negotiating teamthat made
the historic journey to Cairo
late in 1977. He participated in
all the negotiations with Presi-
dent Carter and Secretary of
State Vance since September
1977 and in July of 1978, he
accompanied Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan to the Middle
East peace talks at Leeds
Castle in England.
In government service since
1956, Dr. Rosenne served as
Consul of Irael in New York
during 1961-1967, and was
Coordinator of the Israeli
Atomic Energy Commission
from 1969-1971.
He is a Senior Lecturer at
the Law Faculty of the He-
brew University. Born in
Romania in 1931, he em-
migrated to Israel in 1944 and
participated in the War of In-
dependence at the age of 17.
He studied at the Sorbonne in
Paris where he received his
PhD in International Law.
Arnold Lampert is a Vice
President of Jewish Federa-
tion and Associate Campaign
Chairman for the 1983
campaign. In addition to.
serving as chairman of the
North County Federation
campaign, he has been co-
chairman of Super Sunday for
the past two years. He is the
financial secretary and
treasurer of Temple Beth El.
Lampert encouraged residents
of the North County to attend
the event. "Ambassador
Rosenne will bring us an up-
to-date report on what is
happening with our people in
France, but more important, it
will be our first opportunity
for the North County com-
munity of Jews to gather
together to show support for
the needs of our local Jewish
community, overseas and in
Israel."
Harvey Goldberg is chairing
the Palm Beach Gardens
Federation campaign and is on
the Campaign Cabinet for
Federation. He is on the board
of directors of the Jewish
Community Center and is
treasurer of Temple Israel.
For more information,
contact the Federation office.
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ec o i an jewtsn r uxmian of Palm Beach County Friday. February 25, 1963
Community Day School to Offer Kosher Catering
The Community Retatioas Coaacil of Ike Jewish
Federalioa of Palm Beach Coaaty, ia cooperation with the
Leadership Development prog ram. recently held a meeting
for Leadership Development participants aad graduates at
the home of Mr. aad Mrs. Arnold J. Hoffman. Gaest
speaker for the evening was Jacqueline K. I.evine. in-
coming president of the National Jewish Community
Relations Advisors Coaacil who discussed the importance
of communitv relations aad why young people shoald
become involved.
Leadership Development
Barrv Berg (standing, right) member of the Leadership
Development Steering Committee, leads aa exercise ia
communitv relations, explaining bow communitv retatioas
works in the local communitv.
Nottinct
Onvrtd and Ooaath mm
o tiny msd* H so big.
It's Tettey's tiny utte tea leaves They've been making n tag in
Jewish homes tor years Teoey knows that just as tmy lamb
chops and tiny peas are the most flavorful, the same is true tor
lea leaves That's why for nch. refreshing tea Teney bags
are packed with tmy kffle tea leaves Because tmy tastier1
K Certified Kosher
rETLE V. TEA "Tint, ia intiirr
The Jewish Community Day
School has engaged the serv-
ices of Edie Nauen of 40
Karets Kosher Katerers, Inc.
to provide the children of the
school with a quality Kosher
lunch in accordance with the
guidelines of the Department
of Education lunch program.
A hot lunch will be served
daily in the new multi-purpose
building.
In addition, the Jewish
Community Day School, lo-
Bonds Events
The Slate of Israel Bond Na-
tional Dinner has been set for
March 6. at the Breakers Hotel
on Palm Beach. Dinner will be
served at 7 p.m. with a cock-
tail hour preceeding it. The
announcement was made by
Sam Hausman. chairman of
the event. Hausman also an-
nounced that Mr. and Mrs. H.
Bert Mack will be presented
with the Israel Peace medal
during a special ceremony for
their continuing devotion to
numerous humane causes. A
former chairman of the L'JA-
Federation campaign in Palm
Beach, Mr. Mack serves on the
Boards of the Long Island
Jewish Hillside Medical Cen-
ter, the Jewish Theological
Seminary, the Jewish Institute
for Geriatric Care, the Ad-
visory Council of the N.Y.
Board of Rabbis and Boys
Town of Jerusalem. Mrs.
Mack was chairman ia Queens
for Israel Boads, and con-
tinues to work hard for that
campaign as well as the UJA-
Federation, the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai
B'rith, and the Loag Island
Jewish-Hillside Medical Cea-
ter.
cated at 5810 Parker Avenue
in West Palm Beach, will be
the only facility in Palm Beach
County to provide an in-house
Kosher caterer whose services
will also be available to the
public. The multi-purpose hall
can accommodate 250 people
for a sit down dinner, 300 for
buffet style and 400 audi-
torium style. A portable dance
floor can be provided. Forty
Karet Kosher Katerers, Inc.
will have an office in the new
building. Individuals and or-
ganizations can make arrange-
ments to hold their events at
the hall and can be assured
that the very finest in Kosher
food and service will be forth-
coming.
Edie Nauen and her parents
arrived from Berlin in 1939
and settled in Sioux Falls.
South Dakota, the first
retugee family to make their
home in that area. She came
from a family of three rabbis
on her mother's side, one of
whom, her great-great
grandfather, wrote "Code of
Sidney aad Sylvia Berger,
leaders in the Poinciana Place
aad Palm Beach County Jew-
ish community, will be honor-
ed by their friends and aeigh-
*".. State of Israel
Bond Tribute Breakfast on
March.. 10 a.m. at the Chal-
lenger Country Clab. The
couple will be presented with
the Israel Bond City of Peace
Award for their work in ga>
merous Jewish philanthropic
d service organizations.
Chairman of the event is Lou
Marks. Co-Chairman is Phil
rarbman.
Jewish Law" which is still ;
use today. n
She received a degree j,
Journalism from the Univer
sity of Nebraska and w*'.
freelance writer in Hollywood
California where she wrote
articles about many personal!
ties. Boasting a collection of
over 800 cookbooks, she en
tercd the catering profession in
the early 1970's. She has bee
catering in Palm Beach
County since 1978 where she
got her surt in Delray and
Boca Raton catering for tenv
pies. condominiums, and
organizations. Her business is
under the supervision of Rabbi
Dr. Louis L. Sacks.
Nauen is a registered lobby-
ist for women's rights andisa
member of NOW, Women's
Political Caucus and Women's
Advocacy Majority Minority.
She is a member of the Cham-
ber of Commerce.
For more information con-
tact Edie Nauen at the Jewish
Community Day School.
When your family wonts o snock,
treot them to the noturol sweetness
ond wholesome goodness of
Sun-Moid* Raisins. Blue Ribbon*Figs
ond Sunsweef* Prunes.
Yum. Yum. Yum.
SUN
K CERTIFIED KOV n
CSUN-DiAMONOCiAOviASOfO^OAllA 1961


Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Pahn Beach County / Friday. February 25,1983
Organizations in the News
PIONEER WOMEN
NA'AMAT
Golda Meir Clab
A three day weekend is
planned on March 10, 11, 12
Kennedy Space Center. Enjoy
an all day boat ride and then a
dinner theatre on your last
evening. Call Bea Cohen for
reservations.
May 16 15 day. deluxe
tour of Israel will be leaving.
Five days in Tel Aviv, two
days in Tibereas and six days
in Jerusalem for more infor-
mation call Esther Litwak or
Bea Cohen.
Theodore Herzl Club of
Pioneer Wonci Na'Amat will
hold Purim meeting on March
3, 1 p.m., at the Lake Worth
Shuffleboard Courts. 1121
Lucerne Ave.
Entertainment. Refresh-
ments will be served.
HADASSAH
The Board of Lake Worth
Chapter of Hadassah v.ill meet
on Wednesday, March 2 at 10
a.m. in the Sunrise Savings &
Loan on Gun Club Road.
The Nominating Committee
will present the Slate of Offi-
cers for the ensuing year.
Final arrangements will be
made for the Donor Luncheon
to be held at the Breakers on
Wednesday, March 16.
Preliminary planning for
the Open Board Meeting and
Installation to be held on
Thursday, April 28 in the
Mediterranean Room in Poin-
cian Place at 12 O'Clock.
Charlotte Jacobson, Chair-
man of the Hadassah Maga-
zine will be the keynote
Speaker.
Cypress Lakes Hadassah
Jupiter Island Cruise. March
5. Cruise the Intercoastal
Waterway, the Indian River,
Hobe Sound and Jupiter Is-
land. Buffet Luncheon on
board. Entertainment, sing-a-
long and dancing. Departs
10:15 a.m. Returns 4 p.m.
Location U.S. Route 1 Stuart
just north of Roosevelt
Bridge. $15.75 per person. For
reservations call Rose Jarcoe
or Sheila Sugam.
Z'Hava Hadassah of
Golden Lake Village will have
a study group at Betty Seigel's
on Friday, Feb. 25. Plans are
being made for a trip to Wash-
ington, D.C. April 6-11. Con-
tact Laura Herrmann or Anne
Rosen baum.
Tikvah Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold their donor
luncheon at' the Breakers.
Palm Beach. March 15. Epcot
trip, March 22-24.
Yovel Hadassah of West
Palm Beach calendar of
events:
March 10 Board meeting
American Savings Bank 9:30
a.m.
March IS Donor lunch-
eon at Breakers Hotel. Call
chairman Dorothy Isaacs Wel-
lington K 193 or co-chairman
Bertie Zobelsky Northampton
D67.
March 17 General mem-
bership meeting Congregation
Anshei Sholom 12:30 p.m.
Tikvah Hadassah Players
including Max Lubert and Bil-
lie Howard present "A Purim
Shpiel" directed by Dori
Dacher and Jean Raskin ac-
companied by Mildred Birn-
baum.
March 24 Study Group
led by Sara Gimble C.V.
Clubhouse 3 p.m.
YIDDISH
CULTURAL GROUP
The Yiddish Cultural Group
of Cresthavea will hold its an-
nual Purim party on Sunday,
Feb. 27, at 12:30 p.m. in the
Dudley Auditorium of Crest-
haven Villas.
At that time, "A Purim
Shpiel" will be presented by
the Tikvah Hadassah Players,
with Billie Howard, Florence
Isaacson and Sylvia Goldberg,
and directed by Dori Dascher
and Jean Raskin. Music will
be provided by George Levine
and Mildred Birnbaum.
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS
American Jewish Congress
next meeting is Monday,
March 21 at 12:30 at American
Savings Bank. The program
"Did the Media Distort the
Facts in the Israeli-Arab Con-
flict?" with guest speaker Ms.
Barbara Shulman, formerly
TV host of Sunday's Mosaic
program.
B'NAIB'RITH
WOMEN
The next regular meeting of
B'nai B'rith Women. Olam
Chapter, will be held on
Thursday, March 3 at 12:30
Community Relation Council Speaker available
Topics... Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
832-2120
p.m. in the Social Hall of the
Challenger Country Club at
Poinciana Place.
Among the featured speak-
ers at this "Purse Strings Pro-
gram" will be Mrs. Anne El-
man, author, lecturer and spe-
cialist in Vocational Training,
whose topic will be a
humorous but thought-
provoking insight into
"Women, Love and Money."
The second half of the pro-
gram will be a brief financial
management seminar con-
ducted through the expertise
of Mr. David Buettermuller.
Account Executive with Mer-
rill Lynch. Come see why
B'nai B'rith Women too, are a
"Breed Apart."
Also available to answer
your insurance questions will
be "Mo" Clarke, representa-
tive at Poinciana Place for
B'nai B'rith Members Insur-
ance.
Refreshments will be served
and guests are welcome.
Olam Chapter A "Beat
the Clock" Luncheon and
Card Party will be held at 12
Noon on March 7in the Social
Hall of the Challenger
Country Club. Cost of the
luncheon for B'nai B'rith
members and guests is S3.50
per person. There will be many
door prizes. Call Ruby Kline.
Olam Chapter is having a
boat trip on March 11 on the
St. Lucie River to the magnifi-
cent Sandpiper Bay Resort for
a luncheon buffet. There will
be entertainment aboard ship.
Cost per person is $20. For
reservations and details call
Rhona Weiner.
B'nai B'rith Women, Ohav
Chapter in Golden Lakes, will
hold their next meeting on
Thursday afternoon, March 3,
at 1 p.m. in their auditorium.
Guest speaker, Ann Lynn Lip-
ton, Jewish Education Coor-
dinator of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach, will ad-
dress the audience on The
Search for Jewish Roots.
Menorah Chapter No. 1496,
B'nai B'rith V* omen, will meet
on March 8, at 1 p.m. at the
American Savings Bank;
boutique 12 noon. The Per-
formers under the direction of
Norma Sirota will entertain
us. Refreshments served.
On March 15 iy
and Card Party win hid
the Oriental Express.bt|
Many of our U^
participated in co
services. Among JS*
have made and* *j
lovely afghans ,0 1 J*j
Beach County Home19
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an B,u,h Dorothy J
Lillian Cohen, SB
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nah Greenberg, Elsie I
span, lrma Haas
Sandier, Betty Sego'l
Teirstein and Dorothy
kkr. Ilene Schnitzer coll
eyeglasses and old jewels i
the Eyes For the Needy.
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
On March 1 which is da
nated as our Purim Drojn.
The Yiddish Culture Groi.1
Ceatury Village preseoi
songstress Lydia King.
King has appeared for usc
before to great acclaim.:
will be accompanied by '
Ben Zuger orchestra, a gr
of musicians. Ms. King i
open the program and ail
half way mark Rabbi
Sherman of The Jewish Fe
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Uut the holiday, after which
Is. King and the orchestra
conclude the second half
[the program.
I The March 8 program of
[ddish Culture will present
\t pride and joy The Yid-
sh Culture Choral Group, 63
en and women singing in
^rmony under the direction
Mildred Birnbaum with
uothy Goldberg at the
ino.
[Helen Bernstein, piano vir-
)so and concert artist will
iy for us.
! March IS program of
Iddish Culture is a special
)liday program for us. We
celebrating our 13th year
activity in Century Village.
ir auditorium program will
ssent The Century Village
indolin Ensemble under the
rcci ion of Morris Bell.
loms Goldberg will do a
fies of songs for us. He will
accompanied by Doro-
Goldberg. (no relation).
then carry on with our eel-
ration with a luncheon at
Ramada Inn where we will
ve further entertainment.
|e Musical Friends consist -
of Lillian Kessler, singer
pianist and the violins of
tky Lorber, Phil Herman
Sam Finkenthal will en-
ain.
he Ruth Hyde Group will
sent a Bar-Mitzvah
igram in honor of Yiddish
llture, written and narrated
Lee Duchin. The soloists
,1 be Ann March and Jack
[ckerman with Ruth Hyde
ir musical directress at the
no.
.yric Trio consisting of
Lubert, singer, Bea
in, cellist and Mildred
fnbaum on piano will sing
play for us.
In March 22 Yiddish Cul-
: presents Fanny Ushkow
her Melodears in conjunc-
with Sylvia Friedland and
Rhythmhaires in a piece
lied 'Israel In Song And
ice.' A most enjoyable pre-
Itation.
Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
One of the most sought
after rabbinical speakers will
address us, the most eloquent
Rabbi Hirsh from Temple
Beth El will talk about Israel.
Please bear in mind that the
March 29 and April 5 pro-
grams of Yiddish Culture will
be cancelled because of the
Passover Holidays.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
The Palm Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilita-
tion through Training) will
meet Monday, Feb. 28 at 1
p.m. at the Community
Center, 110 Southern Blvd.,
West Palm Beach (adjacent to
St. Catherine's Greek Ortho-
dox Church).
The program will be an Art
Lecture by Mr. Nathaniel H.
Levi. He will present slides on
Spain with an interesting
lecture. Mr. Levi is on the
faculty of New Dimensions,
well known as a docent of the
Norton Gallery, and has
lectured for many organ-
izations and condos on art. He
has given slide presentations
lor social clubs as well. Come
to hear his enlightening
presentation. Bring your
friends. Refreshments will be
served.
Women's American Ort
share common concern for the
improvement and security of
Jewish life and care deeply
about Jewish Communities
throughout the world. ORT
schools offer cultural
recreational benefits, health
care and a fine technical
education to students for
developing them into well
rounded persons able to meet
life's challenges.
The North Palm Beach
County Region of Women's
American ORT will hold its
annual Donor Luncheon on
Tuesday, March 1 at the Hyatt
of the Palm Beaches, in the
Regency Ballroom at 12 noon.
Mrs. Anne Shelton, Region
Edie Nauen
Is pleased to announce
her association as
Official House Caterer
Jewish Community Day School
5801 Parker Avenue
West Palm Beach
Complete Catering Facilities
Private parties, Bar or Bat Mitzvahs,
Weddings, Organizations.
Opening March 1, 1983
You are cordially invited to visit
The First Kosher Catering Hall
in Palm Beach County
40 Karets Kosher Katerers, Inc.
391-7332
Vice President and Donor
Chairwoman, has planned a i
delightful afternoon for the
Donor contributors whose
funds maintain the ORT voca-
tional and technical training
institutes throughout the
world.
The guest speaker will be
Mrs. Jo Jo Fruchtman, a Na-
tional Vice President and
Golden Circle Chairman of
Women's American ORT.
Mrs. Fruchtman was intro-
duced to ORT in 1960 when
she joined the Toledo
Chapter-at-Large. She has
since held many portfolios and
was appointed to the National
Board in 1971. The Frucht-
mans moved to Miami Beach
in 1973, where Mrs. Frucht-
man has continued her com-
munity involvement.
The featured program of the
afternoon will be fashion show
given by Tops N* Bottoms of
Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.
MARCH
Save this date.
Wednesday, March 2 at 7 p.m.
at the Mid County
Senior Citizen Club
of Lake Worth
Shoshana Flexer is our
planned entertainer for the
night. Shoshana is famous for
her singing and joke telling.
Please join us in a fun evening.
Refreshments will be served.
Donation SI.
Congratulations and Wel-
come to Abe Malamud who
has become our new Hospital-
ity Chairperson. Any one in-
terested in hosting or hostess-
ing please contact Abe at the
next function.
The "Sabra Chapter" of the
Women's League for Israel
will hold its next meeting on
Tuesday, March 1, at 1 p.m. at
the Cartaret Bank at the West
Gate of Century Village.
Our guest speaker for the
afternoon will be Lee
Goldberg, President of Yovel
Hadassah.
On March 8, we will have a
ChaiLuncheon at the Colonade
Beach and Country Club, for
all members who have met the
necessary requirements.
The Labor Zionist Alliance-
Poale Zion annual Histadrut
Purim Program will be held on
Wednesday, March 2, at 1
p.m. at the American Savings
Bank, Westgate.
Mr. Joseph Walker, a
retired attorney and an
authority on the history of the
Histadrut in Israel, will speak
on the "Role of the Histadrut,
Hupat Holim Sick Fund after'
the Lebanese Campaign."
Mr. Walker is a member of
the National Board of
Directors of the Israel Hista-
drut and public relations
director of the South Florida
Council.
Mrs. Lillian Brodsky wil
sing some of our favorite Yid-
dish songs. Hamentashen and
coffee will be served.
Admission $1.

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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
KOSHER MEALS
PROGRAM
We aft happy to announce
that our Congregate Dining
and Home Delivered Kosher
Meals Program has begun.
This program is funded by
Title 111 of the Older Ameri-
cans Act awarded by Gulf-
stream Areawide Agency on
Aging.
We welcome people 60 years
and older who cannot avail
themselves of the county meals
to call the JCC at 686-1661 for
details and information.
ADULT COMMUNITY
EDUCATION CLASSES
The School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult Commu-
nity Education provides out-
standing instructors and
classes at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center throughout the
year. Winter session began
Jan. 17. The following classes
are offered weekly at the JCC.
Everyone is invited to attend
at any time. No fee.
Family Living Monday, 1
p.m. A special class about life-
styles from the point of view
of parents and grandparents.
Explore today's modes of
living. Instructor, Lois Mar-
cel.
Know Your Car Wednes-
day, 10 a.m. A classic course
designed to increase the
driver's knowledge on the
various parts of your car with
Paul Oblas, Instructor.
Yoga in Your Chair for Men
and Women Wednesday, 1
p.m. Proper breathing is es-
sential to live as it aids in con-
trolling blood pressure, heart
beat, mental stress. Learn to
control your mind and body.
Lip Reading Wednesday,
4 p.m. This on-going course is
especially designed for those
with hearing impairment.
Anyone with any hearing
problem should attend. In-
structor, Darlene Kohuth.
Writers Workshop Fri-
day, 10 a.m. Ruth Graham,
Instructor.
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women A fantastic current
events discussion group.
Group leader Sylvia Skol-
nick.
On Stage A JCC drama
workshop designed for per-
sons interested in all phase of
drama; Director, Dick Sand-
ers; group coordinator, Sylvia
Skolnick. Meet every Tuesday
at 10 a.m. The Fall program
concentrates on One Act
Plays.
Speakers Club Meets
Thursday at 10 a.m. Morris
Shuken, President. All who
are interested in improving
public speaking are encour-
aged to join this group.
Creative Craft Circle-Life
Review This class meets
Mondays at 10 a.m. Join a
great group and make a vari-
ety of creative items along
with short discussions of
everyday experiences. Lee
Blumenthal and Evelyn Katz,
group leaders. Eugene Top-
perman, LCSW facilitator.
Discussions around various
topics as suggested by group.
Learning to Express Your
Feelings 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,
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Joy Through Movement
Thursday 9:15-11 a.m. JCC
Extension Course Provided
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apist at Poinciana Place in
Lake Worth in the Social Hall,
courtesy of the Challenger
Country Club. Course in-
cludes exercises for hands, feet
and body. Basic ballet to make
you feel free to move graceful-
ly. Jazz dancing put fun in
your dancing and creative
dancing to help you express
your own unique self and
dance out your feelings. Talks
during the half session break
of 10 minutes on subjects of
interest to students in the
class. Fee $8 for eight lessons.
All proceeds go to the JCC-
the Palm Beach
PICK AND CARRY
Do you wish to pick your
own tomatoes and berries?
Call Sain Rubin at 689-7700
for a reservation to go to Alt-
erman's Farm on Military
Trail, Thursday mornings
during the month of February.
One bag per passenger. Trans-
portation provided. Suggested
contributions $1.
INSTITUTE OF
NEW DIMENSIONS
Palm Beach Junior College
sponsored program with a
staff of retired volunteers with
tremendous expertise in the
arts, sciences and professions
provide outstanding programs
throughout the winter season
at the Jewish Community
Center.
Artist of the Month
monthly exhibits b> Senior
Artists. Ms. Segler started
painting when both her chil-
dren left lor college, about 15
years ago. She has taken some
adult education courses, but
prelers her own original way
of painting She will be dis-
playing pen and ink, pastels,
water colors, oils and acrylics.
She recently exhibited at Cen-
tury Village Clubhouse and is
a member of North Palm
Beach Art Society. Everyone is
invited to come see her work.
Prime Time Singles An
active group of single senior
citizens 55 plus. This group
has been growing rapidly and
meets for a wide variety of ac-
tivities each month. Rita Ad-
ler. President, invites everyone
to visit and participate. For
further questions call Rita at
689-0247.
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Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 13
jhe Benjamin S. Hornstein
Umentary School of the Jew-
Community Day School
jl be having a SUPER-
ION on Thursday, March
at the school's campus,
M Parker Avenue, West
Km Beach. The purpose of
k SUPER-THON is to raise
nds for special school pro-
bins, special scholarship
Dgrams and for class trips.
ie school hopes to raise
0,000 from this exciting
knt.
SUPER-THON repre-
ss a way in which the public
help the school help them-
;es. During a one-hour time
tiod, each participant will
Ilk, run or jog around a 220
id track as many times as he
Jshe can. For the next few
leks, the children will be
[,> asking neighborhood
ends and businesses to
sponsor them for so much
money per lap. For example, if
one sponsors a child for 20
cents per lap and he-she jogs
25 laps, then the pledge would
only be $5. Most joggers
should be able to complete 25
to 35 laps.
When the SUPER-THON is
over, all sponsors will be
mailed a thank-you letter
which will let the sponsors
know how many laps the
sponsored jogger completed
and the total amount of the
pledge.
The Benjamin S. Hornstein
Elementary School of the Jew-
ish Community Day School is
a non-profit organization, and
all paid pledges are tax deduc-
table.
For further information,
please contact Mr. Jack
Rosenbaum or Mr. Mordecai
Levow at the School.
ommunity Calendar
February 25
Jewish Community Center pre-school Purim party 11
a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Masada donor luncheon -
Jreakers Jewish Community Day School Purim party
February 26
!*nai B'rith No. 3046 dinner dance 7:30 p.m.
-rbruary 27
>UR1M Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood -
toncert 8 p.m. Congregation Aitz Chaim 10 a.m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood dinner theatre B'nai B'rith
laifa 9:30 a.m. Jewish Community Center Purim
karnival 11 a.m. Golden Lakes Temple Sisterhood -
board 10 a.m. Temple Israel Purim carnival Israel
ionds honoring Marily and Arnold Lampert at Temple
Jcth El
ebruary 28
omen's American ORT Palm Beach -
.omen's American ORT Mid Pajm 1 p.m.
I Cypress Lakes board 9:30 a.m.
I p.m.
Hadassah
larch 1
Temple Beth El board 8 p.m. Women's American
)RT West Palm Beach board 12:30 p.m. Women's
unerkan ORT Golden Lakes board 10 a.m. B'nai
J'rith Women Chai board 8 p.m. Temple Israel
glen's Club dinner meeting Women's American ORT -
Ellington board 8 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION
IORTH COUNTY CAMPAIGN DIVISION COCK-
TAIN-RECEPTION 7:30 p.m.
larch 2
|LWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION BUSI-
JtSS AND PROFESSIONAL MEETING 6-9 p.m.
Labor Zionist of America 1 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom
Men's Club board Temple Beth El Sisterhood torah
|und luncheon Jewish Community Center board 8
m. Pioneer Women Ezrat 12:30 p.m. Hadassah -
Lake Worth 10 a.m. Women's American ORT Palm
[each County Region board 9:30 a.m.
larch 3
'nai B'rith Women Olam 12:30 p.m. Hadassah -
riai board 10 a.m. Hadassah Palm Beach County -
aard 9:45 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav 1 p.m.
longregation Aitz Chaim Sisterhood board 10 a.m.
Jadassah Bat Gurion board 9:30 a.m. Pioneer
Women Theodore Herzl 1 p.m. Women's American
?RT Palm Beach Evening Women's American ORT -
*ke Worth-Covered Bridge 12:30 p.m. Temple Judea
Pen's Club board Bar Han University at Flagler
luseum
Sock Hop At The
Henry Morrison
Flagler Museum
Young and old alike are
"dragging on out" to the
Henry Morrison Flagler
Museum to a "Rock around
the Clock" fifties style event
scheduled to take place on
Saturday evening, March 5, at
8:30 p.m.
Dress for the evening is
optional. Many party-goers
claim that they will be pulling
out their poodle-skirts, bobby
socks, leather jackets and
saddle shoes.
Dancing will be continual all
night. So, if in the neigh-
borhood, stop by and join in
for the "hottest show in
town."
Chairman Carole Koeppel
and her Co-chairman Ellen
Ray have announced that
Bruce Sutka will stage the
event, converting the Henry
Morrison Flagler Museum into
a "50's" period.
Reservations and tickets are
limited. Please call 585-2227
for your reservations.
The proceeds of this event
are earmarked to the Scholar-
ship Fund of the Benjamin S.
Hornslein-Jewish Community
Day School.______________
Stravinsky Work
Going to Library
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Mayor Teddy Kollek has donated
a rare manuscript by composer
Igor Stravinsky to the music de-
partment of the Jewish National
and Hebrew University Library.
The manuscript is the only
complete manuscript version of
"Abraham and Isaac," a ballad
for baritone and chamber or-
chestra. It consists of 34 pages,
with a market value of about
$40,000.
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The Officers and Board of Directors
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Candle Lighting Time Friday, Feb. 256:02
SISTERHOOD
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Kodesh will hold their
regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 1, at the United Con-
gregational Church, 115 N.
Federal Highway, Boynton
Beach, at 12:30 p.m.
This meeting is being spon-
sored by the Flagler Federal
Bank of Boynton Beach.
Ruth Turk well known for
her 'Dear Ruth* column in the
Condo News will give us a
program on the "Jews in
Paris."
Ruth and her husband lived
in Paris for many months and
used their time to learn more
about the French Jews and
their life styles.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
"In Shu-Shu-Shushan
Long Ago"
"HagPurim"
"Once There was
A Wicked, Wicked Man"
The halls of Temple Israel's
Religious School have been
filled for weeks as classes sing
the Songs of Purim in prepa-
ration for the holiday which is
Saturday, Feb. 26.
The story of the Purim
event is found in the Book of
Esther. In the Book Of Esther
one reads of another saga in
Jewish history in which the
Jewish People is condemned
to be exterminated, this time,
in ancient Persia. As Prime
Minister to King Ahasuerus,
Haman casted lots (Purim) to
determine the date he would
destroy the people whose
customs and practices were so
different from his own. Unbe-
known to Haman and the
King! Queen Esther was Had-
assah, a Jewish orphan maid
brought up by her cousin
Mordecai. The story of Esther
is the victory of Esther and
Mordecai over Anti-Semitism.
On Sunday morning, Feb.
27 at 9:30 the Megillah Esther
will be read at Temple Israel.
Parents, children of all ages
who are lovers of Esther are
invited to come in costume,
spin your groggers, hiss and
boo, and make whatever
noise to blot out the name of
Haman.
The Temple Israel Youth
Group's Purim Carnival and
lunch will follow from 10
o'clock until one.
Purim is a joyous holiday
and Temple Israel is planning
on a happy celebration for all!
TEMPLE
BETH SHOLOM
Lake Worth
Temple Beth Sholom in
response to popular demand is
proud to present Dr. Paul
Csonka and Mrs. Ariane
Csonka in an "International
Operatic Musicale," featuring
artists Rita Shore; Ira
Shore; Susan Rada; Pamela
Harris and Alfredo Quintero.
Saturday evening, March 12
at 8 p.m.
Reserved seats $4 Prince
Social Hall-$3.
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
Strictly Kosher Passover
Seders March 28 and March
29, Monday and Tuesday at 7
p.m. Reservations being
considered after Feb. 15
$25 each Seder per person.
Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, Lake Worth, will
hold a regular meeting at 7:30
p.m., March 2, in the Social
Hall, at 315 N. "A" St., Lake
Worth.
Following the short meet-
ing, Watson B. Duncan, 111,
will review "A Full Life," by
Helen Gahagan Douglas. Re-
freshments will be served. An
interesting evening is planned
for all who attend.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Purim Service and
Celebration Feb. 25
The public is warmly invited
to celebrate Purim with
Temple Judea,Friday, Feb. 25
at 8 p.m. in the social hall of
St. Catherine's Greek Ortho-
dox Church, at the corner of
Southern Blvd. and Flagler
Drive.
The festivities will begin
with a special service con-
ducted by Rabbi Joel Levine
and Cantor Rita Shore. Fol-
lowing services, the children of
the religious school will
present a grande costume
parade around the social hall
with prizes for everyone
donated by the Temple Broth-
erhood. Aspiring actors and
actresses of the religious
school will present a Purim
play under the direction of
Anne Faivus.
Rabbi Levine will read the
Megillah in the spirit of Purim
accompanied by the sound of
greggers and Israeli style
pongers. The grande finale
will be an Adult Purim Spiel
written by the Temple Judea
Comedy Team under the di-
rection of Rabbi Levine and
ritual chairman Jack Gold-
man.
The Sisterhood will provide
a traditional Humantashen
Oneg following the evening
service and program. Families
who have not as yet joined a
congregation are especially
welcome to attend. During the
Oneg, a site plan will be on
display showing members and
guests a preview of the h
building of Temple C
which will be located clostM
1-95 and Congress aS
south of the West Palm BeS-
Auditorium. More details-Jl
the building plan will be avi
able later at a special TenJ
Judea Building Sabbath p3
day, March 11. For moreJ
formation, leave your nan*
and telephone number wUl
the Temple office.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El Sister
will hold the Annual TV11
Fund-Residence Hall LuncU
. eon on Wednesday, March II
noon at Senter Hall of Ternnkl
Beth El. Mrs. Marcia S. Go1
don, a former president oil
Women's League for Consoi
vative Judaism will be ihtl
speaker. A musical progranl
will follow. Torah Fund cool
tributors from Tempkl
Emanu-EI of Palm Beach and!
Golden Lakes Temple have!
been invited to attend.!
Minimum donation is $18.1
Call Dorothy Lieberman foil
additional information and]
reservations.
Important!!!
WANTED: Names and telephone numbers of any
person who was a part of the Warsaw ghetto uprising
experience. Preferably living in Florida. Please call Jewish
Federation office 832-2120. Holocaust Commemoration
Commission, Community Relations Council.
{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, Friday 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 Daily
8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m. late service at 8:15 p.m
sSS^JZLE?** Snabbat- Saturday, 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m., Mincha followed by
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boyaton 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
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail, Palm Beacn
Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach. Phone 845-1134.
Rabbi William Mardcr, 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
p.m. in The Sanctuary. Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15
a.m., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue 'G,' BeUe Glade 33430. Cantor Jack Stateman. Sabbath
services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Tenipk 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 9 a.m.
Trm pit Beth Zioa
Lions Club, 700 Camelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach, Friday night 8 p.m. and
Saturday 9 a.m. President, EH Rosenthal, 102 Swan Parkway, Royal Palm
Beach, FL 33411, Phone 793-0643. Cantor Albert Koslow.
Temple B'nai Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Drive, Palm Spring 33461.
Temple B'nai Jacob. President Jacob Frant. Phone 964-0034. Sabbath services!-
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
Temple Emanu-EI
190 No i County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel
Chazin. Jantor David Dardashti. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.,
Sat rda;> at 9 a.m.
Temple Emeth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 498-3536. Rabbi
Bernard Silver. Cantor 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 UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (I 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
A in Chaim Congregation Century Vlhife
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 Km.m
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 499-7407 or 499-9229
Harry Silver, President. Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays ud
Holidays y a.m.

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Reform
c T"P tli El of Boca Raton
Sin. r.?Urtia Av-eT* Boca Raton 33432- Phon 31-8*. Rabbi MerleE.
am Tn5fSl HMar,'w !H5: Sabbath ""i"* Friday 8:13 p.m.. Saturday 9:15
a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer. Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Beth Torah
Trace We p^Jr' Pln EPP Rreat. Forest HiU Blvd. and Wellingtoi
33411 cSLiRSSfKMai.,,ng addr$s: J125 J* Ptoe St., West Palm Bead
33411. Cantor Nicholas Fenakd, President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700).
Tern pie Israel
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Friday, February 25,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15
Dr Seth Wolitz to Serve As
Scholar-In-Residence Feb. 25
tmple Beth El announces
lappointment of Dr. Seth
|itz as 1983 Beth El
)lar-ln-Residence.
lr. Wolitz, Gale Professor
lewish Studies and Profes-
of French-Slavic Lan-
ces and Literature at the
versity of Texas, has had a
inguished career as an
crican academic. A grad-
of the University of Chi-
and the holder of a doc-
ite in French and Romance
[guages from Yale Univer-
l Dr. Wolitz also pursued
p-graduatc studies at the
bonne, University of Paris,
has taught at Yale, Univer-
jf California at Berkeley,
liter College, University of
kago and the University of
|as at San Antonio. He is
[ently the only professor to
two appointments at the
|versiiy of Texas in differ-
Jcpartments.
to lessor Wolitz has tray-
cxtensively throughout
>pc and particularly the
Curtain countries in his
Kuit of the "Shtetl" idea,
]has published extensively
lis field. He is a well-
n translator of Yiddish
ry and literature, and has
mbled single-handedly the
;si collection of Yiddish
llure in the United States
L-h is presently housed at
Bar/Bat
Mitzvah
MARK MAGRATH
irk Magrath, son of
is and Sheila Magrath of
Beach Gardens, will
?rate his Bar Mitzvah
iy, Feb. 25, 8 p.m. and
[relay, Feb. 26, 10 a.m. at
|ple Beth David, Palm
-h Gardens. Rabbi
lain Marder and Cantor
Rackoff will officiate.
JENNIFER WEISS
inifer Weiss, daughter of
and Mrs. Stanley Weiss of
ll'alni Beach, will celebrate
IBat Mitzvah on Friday,
25 at Temple Israel.
Bi Howard Shapiro and
MJ Weiss, Cantorial
list, will officiate.
HARBOUR HOUSE
RESIDENT tO HOST
ISRAEL BOND
iCOCKTAIL PARTY
lharles Segaloff, of
>ur House on Palm
ch, will host a Israel Bond
ktail party on Feb. 28,
lining at 5 p.m.
fe party is to promote the
lural and economical
[lopment of the State of
V through the Israel Bond
|ram, according to Mrs.
Herman, Chairman of
Jvent.
frs- Herman also an-
>ted that Adam Gillon,
educator and author,
he the guest speaker.
in is a Professor of
Ish Literature at Haifa
ersity and the author of
frous books on the Jewish
I- He fought in Israel's
|oi Independence in 1948,
|nas worked closely with
Israel Bond Organization
Jore than 30 years.
J-Chairman of the event is
Sylvia Haymes.
Dr. Seth Wolitz
the University of Texas.
Professor Wolitz stated on
the confirmation of his ap-
pointment at Beth El: "1 am
delighted to be coming to
Temple Beth El whose reputa-
tion precceds my visit. It is my
hope to share my personal ex-
periences with the congrega-
tion throughout the weekend
of my visit and to probe the
beauties of what is rapidly be-
coming a lost language and
culture, namely Yiddish."
On Friday night, Feb. 25,
Dr. Wolitz will speak follow-
ing the Services on "A Day in
the Life of the Shtetl." He will
accompany his talk with the
showing of the many slides he
has taken on his travels in Eu-
rope and behind the Iron Cur-
lain.
On Shabbat morning, Feb.
26, Professor Wolitz will ad-
dress the congregation on the
topic: "The Emergence of
Secular Jewish Culture."
The weekend will come to a
climax on Sunday afternoon at
3 p.m. when Dr. Wolitz will
speak on "From Tevye's
Shtetl to Tevye's Debut on
Broadway." In addition the
wonderful film "Tevye" star-
ring Maurice Schwartz as
Tevye will be shown.
Dr. Wolitz suggests the fol-
lowing readings for those who
wish to prepare themselves for
his talks:
Tevye and His Daughters
Crown Press; Ashes out of
Hope IrvinR Howe; When
all is Said and Done Dovid
Bergelson (Case Western Re-
serve Press); The Treasury of
Yiddish Short Stories Irving
Howe; Short Stories of Peretz
Irving Howe; Sholem Alei-
chem Stories Irving Howe
Pro-Arab Propaganda
Breeds Anti-Semitism
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propaganda is "one of Argen-
tine Jewry's most serious
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Comisarenco, the acting presi-
dent of DAIA, the Jewish
community's umbrella
organization in that country.
Comisarenco, a vice presi-
dent of the DAIA responsible
lor Chrislain-Jewish relations,
told leaders of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith that the propaganda
falls on receptive ears because
of "endemic anti-Semitism
among 30 percent of Argen-
tinians."
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