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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)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Vol. 8, no. 41 (Dec. 24, 1982)-v. 11, no. 26 (Aug. 30, 1985).
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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VOICE OF
(JEWISH
IUNITY OF
BEACH
ITY
Jewish florid ian
VOLUME 9-NUMBER 10
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 11,1983
PRICE 35 CENTS

Arens Vows
I Wont Be A Prima Donna*
lense Minister Moshe Arens
tergs to Co-Chair YAD
[roii J. Nickman, campaign chairman for the 1983 Jewish-
iion of Palm Beach County-UJA and Israel Special Fund
ligns, announced that Marjorie and Barry Berg will serve
[chairmen of the Young Adult Division.
Young Adult Division was established last year to en-
Igc young couples and singles in the community to become
Jed in the Jewish Federation campaign. Several social
i were held attracting several hundred participants.
fry and Marjorie Berg arrived in West Palm Beach several
ago and immediately became involved in the Jewish
[unity. Barry is a partner in the accounting firm of Ernst
vhinney. He currently serves on the Federation board, the
lign cabinet and the Leadership Development Steering
hi it tec, and is Vice President of the Jewish Community
|r. His other community involvements have included
man of the Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce
less Expansion and Development Committee; and the
Way of Palm Beach County Endowment Committee.
Irjorie Berg is an interior designer, a Vice President of the
fen's Division for Leadership Development and last year
as chairman of the Women's Division $365 to $999
tign division. She is also a member of the steering com-
for the Federation's Leadership Development program,
rie also serves on the board of the Jewish Community Day
)l where she sits on their education and building com-
es.
fe have a terrific committee this year," stated the Bergs,
[we are planning a really fantastic event at the Hyatt Hotel
>ril 9. We are looking forward to full participation from
>ung adults both married and single in our Jewish com-
fy."
/ing with Marjorie and Barry Berg on the Young Adult
|on Cabinet are Keith and Gail Krbnish, Mark and Stacey
Rabbi Howard and Eileen Shapiro, Dr. Larry and Frieda
tr and Michael and Cantor Elaine Zimmerman.
Hx DAVID LANDAU
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Defense Minister-designate
Moshe Arens attended his first
Cabinet session Sunday, and
gave what Cabinet sources de-
scribed later as a sober but not
pessimistic analysis of Israel's
relations with Washington.
Arens was to be formally
sworn into his new post by the
Knesset this week. He briefed
the Cabinet, however, as Is-
rael's Ambassador to the U.S.
He predicted a testing time
ahead in lsrael-U.S. relations
but said he detected an in-
creasing appreciation of Is-
rael's role and position in the
Western world.
ACCORDING TO Arens,
while President Reagan's Mid-
dle East proposals, enunciated
last Sept. I, remains Adminis-
tration policy, there are
second thoughts in some quar-
ters as to the benefits accruing
to Washington from the pro-
posals. He also said he was
very much encouraged by a re-
cent Gallup Poll which showed
that Israel has recouped much
of the public support it had
lost in the U.S. as a result of
its invasion of Lebanon last
year.
Arens reportedly told the
Cabinet that Defense Secre-
tary Caspar Weinberger is the
key administration official
with close ties to the Arab
world and that tended to
mold his thinking in a way
inimical to Israel. He said
Secretary of State George
Sluili/ was beginning to realize
that the Israeli-Arab conflict
was not as cut and dried as
some administration circles
may have thought.
Arens spent most of the day
preparing to assume his new
post. He paid his first visit to
the Defense Ministry where he
was greeted with full military
honors. -
He promised to run the De-
fense Ministry and conduct
his contacts with the army
General Staff as a "team
man" rather than a "prima
donna."
ARENS HELD his first
working session with Chief of
Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan. One
of his first jobs will be to find
replacements lor the senior of-
ficers dismissed or shifted in
compliance with the recom-
mendations of the commission
of inquiry into the Beirut
refugee camps massacre, and a
replacement for Eitan who
retires in April.
Arens returned to Israel
from Washington Friday. He
refused to answer most ques-
tions by reporters about U.S.-
Israeli relations except to say
that Israel, first and foremost,
must look after its own inter-
ests, one of which was main-
taining as good relations with
the U.S. as possible. He also
said that he assumed former
Defense Minister Ariel Sharon
who he is replacing still has a
Continued on Page 2
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N Ambassador Meir Rosenne / orth County Campaign Divisio Holds Inaugural Reception The first annual North County Campaign Division Reception for thi 1983 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-United Jewish Appeal am Israel Special Fund campaigns was held March 1 at the PGA Sheraton ii Palm Beach Gardens. The event served to raise the consciousness of North County residents to the needs of the Jewish community locally and ii Israel. Arnold Lampert, chairman of the North County Campaigr Division, stressed the importance of supporting the 1983 campaign and o developing the North County Jewish community to begin to focus oi future needs. Harvey Goldberg, associate chairman of the North County Campaigi Division, welcomed his North County neighbors and encouraged them t< become involved. He introduced the guest speaker, Dr. Meir Rosenne Israel's ambassador to France, who reviewed current Israeli positions o the peace treaty negotiations, the Palestinian issue, the settlements on th West Bank and anti-Semitism in France. Dr. Rosenne stressed that "the strength of our people is the secret of ou existence." When Jews are under attack, their enemies try to put an end t their solidarity by creating animosity among Jews. They try to create th impression that to support Israel will constitute a double loyalty but it is t the credit of the Jews that even in countries with high levels of nation! feelings, Jews will still speak up about injustices to Israel. The ambassador explained that when Jews played the role of victim: Continued on Page 3 in a i i i i i f i i j e r 0 e 0 d


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Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, March 11.1983
Women's Division Sponsors
'Federation Cup'
Tennis Event
The Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County will be holding
their 3rd Annual "Federation
Cup" Tennis Match on
Friday, March 25, 9 a.m. at
flC"
the Tennis Club of Palm
Beach. Limited to 50 women
players, the format will be
round robin doubles with
individual scoring.
Co-chairman of the event,
Claire Bauman and Renee
Kessler, said, "Although the
play will be serious, the event
promises to provide laughs
and entertainment for the
participants. We have leading
amateur players who will play
alongside women who just
enjoy playing tennis oc-
casionally but who like to
compete."
Continental Breakfast will
be served at 9 a.m. followed
by warm-up rounds and the
"Federation Cup" matches
until lunch is served. Play will
continue afterwards until the
winners are determined. At
that time, the "Federation
Cup" will be awarded to the
winner during a wine and
music hour. Consolation
prizes and many door prizes
will be awarded. The door
prizes, won by drawing, have
been donated by supporters of
Jewish Federation and include
sport fashions by Givenchy,
Evan Picone, Quantum, Leon
Levin and other designers.
Reservations will be ac-
cepted with a minimum
commitment of $35 to the
Women's Division campaign
Of the 1983 Jewish Federation-
United Jewish Appeal and
Israel Special Fund campaigns
which will serve as the entry
lee. hor reservations, call
Barbara Perry, campaign
associate, at the Federation
office.
"Yachad"
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S
Mime to Stand together
Voting Leadership
Mission to Israel
April 10-20.1983
For information, rail
Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
(305) 832-2120
-
Tune in to
MOSAIC
Sponsored by
The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
Sunday morning over WPTV Channel 5, al 8 a.m.
Host-Phyllis Stover Girard
Sunday, March 13 Beverly Sills
Rsenne, yj
ambassador to Krinr. '
d*d. luncheon *
the Community r,^
P*. J,3
Palm *J
Children Learn The Real Meaning of
Shalach Mones at Homes for Elderly
By MURRAY J. KERN,
Chairman,
Chaplain Aide Program
There was joy in many a
nursing home as Jewish school
children completed their study
of the Purim holiday with the
act of giving Shalach Mones at
homes for the elderly. Ranging
in age from five to 14, students
at Temple Beth El Schooi and
the Benjamin S. Hornstein
Jewish Community Day
School experienced the impor-
tant Purim mitzvah giving of
themselves and material
things.
The Beth El children arrived
at the nursing homes bearing
gaily decorated baskets which
they had made, filled with
fruits, nuts, hamantashen
(fruit and poppy seed tri-
shaped pastry) and other
goodies. The younger
children, particularly, were
shy in offering their gifts to
the residents, some ol whom
were hesitant to accept
because they were not ac-
quainted with this ancient
Jewish custom ol exchanging
gills and helping the needy, in
celebration of the Jewish
victory over their persecutors
in ancient Persia. I he children
soon learned that persistance
paid off and they smiled
happily as they watched the
resident munching on the
goodies.
The Benjamin S. Hornstein
Day School classes were
spread around the county on
Friday, Feb. 25, and with
members of the Federation
Chaplain Aide Program,
brought the story of Purim in
narrative, song and dance to
Jewish and non-Jewish resi-
dents of homes for the elderly.
As important as the content
was the spirit and enthusiasm
of the children as they
presented their programs,
reflected not only the
measure of their learning but
their devotion to the cause of
giving of themselves for the
benefit of others.
Due to the Day School chil-
dren's many experiences with
the institutionalized elderly
during previous holidays and
Friday Sabbath services, they
were quite at home among the
mostly wheel-chaired resi-
dents. When the Purim parties
were over, the children's exu-
berance and animated conver-
sation, radiated the inner
pleasure they felt for what
they had done and what they
had learned not only about the
holiday, but about the people
they had met at the Homes.
It was a rainy, windy Sun-
Jay, Feb. 27, when the Beth El
>chool children, accompanied
by. parents and teachers
Ttachiff ,W nUrSing hom:
I he children were costumed to
-depict the principal character^
Temple Belh El religious school students bring Puri
residents of local nursing homes.
rim cketrl
in the Purim story. The
costumes had been made for
the previous evening's Megil-
lah reading at the Temple. The
residents at the Homes were
particularly amused by the
long grey bearded King Aha-
sueras, wearing a crown; the
villainous horribly masked
Haman, wearing his tri-shaped
hat; the kindly and wise Mor-
decai and Queen Esther in her
lovely white gown the leg-
endary Queen could not have
been more enchanting than the
tiny Beth El student who
depicted her.
The songs and dances of the
various groups brought ex-
pressions of amazement from
their appreciative audience.
Bertie Korn, a Home resident,
formerly from New Jersey,
said "the skits were great and
they sang so beautifully. So
many gifts enough for peo-
ple in the rooms who could not
attend Dr. Louis Foreman,
a resident formerly from Long
Wand, N.Y., said "many of
the children have great acting
ability so much poise. The
gift-giving,was a very nice
gesture."
The arrangements with the
nursing homes were made by
the Federation Chaplain Aide
Program, which is under the
direction of Rabbi Alan R.
German. The Chaplain Aide
Program provides volunWJ
to hospitals and nurr-
homes for one-to-one fner
visiting and for religious i
ices in various instuuU
throughout Palm Be
County.
Persons interested in m
taking of the important m"!
vah of devoting time w
elderly and disabled in msJJI
lions, either on a regular m
or from time to time. iW
the office of the Chaplain-
832-2120.
Arens Vows
Continued from P^1
great deal to contribute in*
area of defense. .
Arens said a headline^
Los Angeles Times i*
quoting him as saying'""J
rael might consider (i r.
emptive strike again* M
Was misleading *%
Times' story '!'* ^H
asonably correct. *'a
had told the new pP^
reply to a question.^
rael were ever to lino t
mortal danger, as, h*|du
case in the past, we ,
course, consider
necessary measures.


orth County
Reception
Friday, March 11, 1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
i
Ih County Steering Committee of the 1983 Jewish Federation-U
bpeal Campaign held a reception with Ambassador Meir Rosenne on
I March 1, at the PGA Sheraton Resort in Palm Beach Gardens Pic-
kve (left to right] are: Mr. Anthony Lampert, Mrs. Marilyn Lampert,
or Meir Rosenne and Mr. Arnold Lampert, associate campaign
land chairman of the North County steering committee.
[right] Dr. Norma Shulman, Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Dr. Steven
I, Dr.and Mrs. Lawrence Shefter.
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'KinI Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Mrs. Carol Greenbaum, Mr. and
Ian Tanen, Mr. Abelson.
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(left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fine, Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Goldberg. Mr. Fine is a member of the North County steering
committee and Mr. Goldberg is the associate chairman of the committee.
(Left to right] Dr.and Mrs. Ronald Sloop, Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Mr. and
Mrs. David Neler. Mr. Neler is a member of the North County steering, com-
mittee.
LLe? IO riRh,,Mr Rou*,as Kleiner, assistant director of the Jewish Federation;
Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Guttman, Mr. Arnold Lam-
|hl] Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goldberg, Ambassador Meir Rosenne, Mr.
Lester Sodowick, co-chairmen of the F.astpointe campaign committee.
(Left to right] Rabbi and Mrs. William Marder, Ambassador Meir Rosenne,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sherer, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jonas.
Continued from Page 1
i.e., Warsaw Ghetto, it was acceptable to the world. Now that Jews show
considerable strength in defending themselves, the world has a difficult
time accepting this. Israel must continually fight these psychological
elements. Dr. Rosenne found it incredible that even though Israel has
returned so much territory, she is still accused of intransigence. But he
found it encouraging to see that in spite of the propaganda war waged
against Israel in the media, Jewish solidarity is as strong as ever.
On the question of renewed anti-Semitism in France, Dr. Rosenne
assured those present that the French government takes steps against this
violence. "French laws forbid expressions of hatred and specifically, anti-
Semitism." He said that anti-Semitism was not only comprised of acts of
violence organized from abroad, but received logistic support from within
France.
Dr. Rosenne paid tribute to the American Jewish community who
started the struggle for Soviet Jewry 20 years ago. He noted the importance
of public opinion enabling hundreds of thousands of Jews to leave the
Soviet Union. In this fight, as well as Israel's current struggles for peace,
Dr. Rosenne stated,.'.'If you are right, even though alone, you can win."


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Volume 9
26 ADAR 5743
Number 10
This to for Standing up
ioihe&iemy
JT3^
Readers Write
EDITOR.
The Jewish Floridian:
The democratic process in
Israel has carefully and
nsibiy addressed the
tragedy of Beirut. It cited
dividual! it believed
did no; properl> anticipate the
heinous crimes committed b>
the Christian Phalangists. In
so doing, the tribunal made
clear that no Israeli was guilty
aalaa
The people ot Israel have
-1 be proud of their
nation, wnose Prime Mil
acted to establish a pi
tribunal and to seek the truth.
L)ther> seem to feel the
tor Israel to once ic^ :
to the world that it ts a nation
rased on moral pr.ncipfc. lias
compulsive n-.._ .
high cost to the peop.^
Israd ami in the
Diaspora aswc
No* that the decision is in.
ill the adi e in-
vestigation be satisfied? They
demanded a democratic
procc i; :hat the
commiss.or. has spoken. will
the> accept .;om-
mendauons? Let us hope they
will not resort to vin-
f.aunung
the very principles of the
democratic process which they
demanded from Israel's
leaders in the first plan
Let the Jewish nation not be
torn apart by those who allow
political expediency to :ake
dence over the well being
of the country. This is the time
for Israel to accept the unity of
purpose that all Israelis and
Je> ever- :. This is
me to bind the our -
hostile world ts watching
C ordiairy yoars.
I* IN J.NOVKTk
President.
Zinatsl Orgaauatioa
of America
>m lark. VV
F.DITOR.
The Jewish Floridian:
I have tried to understand
the present Mideast situation
with a judicial mind, but I am
left utterly confused.
I. The objective of Israel
wa> to eliminate the PLO from
Lebanon across their border
who constant!) sniping
I Israel borders
ling innocent women
children.
I The PLO had invaded
over the
and with the
\;s>:^ir- s.aughtered over
oeal I cranese.
: Israei. sent
-. oi most o-
Lebanese people, won the
and the PLO.
agreed to a with-
drawal, which they failed to
do completely, leaving enough
of the* own to start the
problem all over again and
thus nullifying the whole
objective.
- The Christian Phalangists
decided that they would finish
the job in thier ow n country. I
don"t know by what authority
thev had to ask Israeli per-
mission to proceed into the
PLO camps, it was a Lebanese
problem and their job to finish
it.
5. But let us assume that
Israel had the authority to
police the area. Bv what
stretch of the imagination
were thev to forecast that
""Christians" would be guilty
of the same practice the PLO
had engaged in? How was it
the responsibility of the
Israelis' to teach the Lebanese
morality and compassion?
6. Finally, has the PLO a
Supreme Court to indict
Arafat for the crimes the PLO
commuted during their stav in
Lebanon and ask for his
resignation?
* v.WAorm
* est Palm Beaefc
Retiree Brings Jewish Music and
Culture to Listeners of WHRS-fm
Bv LOUSE ROSS
\vsistaat Nes Coordiastor
He planted the first Israeli
lag on Antarctica, is a world
raveler including 14 trips to
. and is a lecturer on
trowing older at the Institute
:. Sew Dimensions, much of
which he has accomplished
after retirement. He is Dr.
Simon Silverman. host and
creator of the "Jewish Music
and Culture Hour" heard on
Sundav evenings at 10 p.m. on
ition HRS-FM.
The Jewish music program
originated through Dr.
SiKerman's love for Juda
lusk, and its bsk ated
culture and his desire to bring
a program encompassing these
passions to the people oi Palm
Beach Count). This broadcast
series i> a "first" in this area
and is best described in the
words of Dr. Silverman:
Jewish music en-
compasses the spectrum
:.sh. Hebrew. Judaica.
Cantonal, liturgical, folk. etc.
and ranges from the earliest to
the contemporary We include
Chassidu. Sephardic. and
Ladino as well as modern
Israeli compositions. The
migrator) movements of our
people left their cultural and
musical imprint throughout
the Old and New Worlds. We
encounter some oi these in the
programs that are broadcast."
Four vears ago. Dr.
Silverman got in touch with
Sam Marantz. President of
Publu I Foun-
Palm Beach Count).
m he had known from
childhood days Dr Silverman
told him. i listen to vour
e a Fre
Italian, ar.c: German Hour,
bin^e c no r.i.e a
influx ot Jc* this
area, it's about time that *e
them i .heir
ground."
Marantz agreed and
Dr. Silverman to work out a
proposal includ.: ives.
methods and sample programs
which he did. Dunne i
get together sex .nths
later. Dr. Silverman
fhandedi) Marantz
whatever happ. his
proposal. Marantz replied.
""It's verv good, go ahead and
do it." Dr. Silverman was
taken aback and dem_
"I'm not a m-
never intended for me'
the host." But Marantz in-
sisted that he could and sh
do it anc ouemry, set up
a meeting antk Norman
Furman. pas; director o;
wt\D in New Vork Ci
get his advice. Furman
concurred with Marantz that
Dr. Siberman should be the
host because, in his opinion.
Dr. Silvern a<
knowledgable. a scholar, and
has a good speaking voice. Dr.
Silverman agreed to do the
program onl) if Furman
would serve as the producer
ana. therefore, on April 4.
1%1. the first program was
aired bv the team of Furman
and Silverman.
W hen Norman Furman
passed aw a) in July 1981. his
He. Helen, took over
production of the program
and. according to Dr.
Sivlerman. continues to do an
exemplary job. Helen Furman
also serxes as the newscaster
for a short segment of news of
Je*isk life that is aired
Dr. simon silverman. host and creator of the "Jewkii
and Culture Hour"' on radio station WHRS-FM Upnii
enmine broadcast.
weekly.
provides a wide
I
The broadcasts either cover feelings and pure joy."
a vaneiv of Jewish music and Dr. Simon Sihernai
culture in each program or are naiise of New York and.
devoted to a central theme proclaimed snowbird"
such as holidav, individual received a iradiii
composers, or events like the secondary school 1,
Holocaust or Israel education graduatingfr.
Independence Dav. Dr. RaDbi Jacob Joseph
Silverman stated, "One and lne jalmudicalI A
doesn't have to be a great 0| Raobl |,aac El
music lover to enjov the
broadcast asthereis a nostalgia
..aied with the program
with which people identify.
We bring the old and new
together." In addition to the
opening comments b\ the
host. David Maverowitz, a
>i iddish monologist, reads a
short tale.
Dr. Silverman and Furman
do extensive research in
preparing tor each broadcast.
"In the beginning, we had to
beg. borrow and shnorr
rdings," said Dr.
Silverman. Now recordings
arc available from kol Israel
in Jerusalem through the
Israeli Consul in charge of
Cultural \ and a grant
from a satisfied listener to
purchase tape-, records and
materials including a rare
ol ^ JJish records
tound on the West Coast. The
anonymous benefactor stated
in a letter to Dr. Sivlerman.
brings a qualitv
that touches me deeplv and
Veshiva. He went on io|
at teshiva UniversM
Columbia University
his PhD in Clid
Psychology. For 20 >t
was an adjunct profesa
Brooklyn College and Ya
University and was tbtj
psychologist to becomtl
Director ol the Bure
Child Guidance 1 or theoal
New York.
Dr. Silverman always!
lime for Jew ish causes.Ha
a founder of the Hi
Jewish Center and coiti
to serve on its board.!
maintains hi- alliliaiioof
the Jewish Lducaionl
Metropolitan New \orki
a member ol the bo
directors and one off
lounders ol the Cental
Human Development
Hebrew Imversiiy
Jerusalem at which_kt|
lectured. He and his
Stella, have iwodaughta
iwo grandchildren.
ADL Seeking Victims
Of Klaus Barbie Torture
Tne Palm Beach Countv
nal Office of the Anti-
mation League is urgently
g victims or families of
-eported or tortured
" klaus Barbie former
N- officer, recentlv
tdited to France from
I. He is now awaiting
trial in France.
Barbie was tried twice
betore in absentia in France
bui that testimonv is now
invalid.
Additionally. the Anti-
Delamation League called
upon the L.S. Senate Com-
mittee on Intelligence to
pursue vigorously reports of
American complicity in
Barbie's post Uorld War 11
escape.
In letters to Senator Barry
Coldwatcr. chairman, and
senator Daniel Patrick
Movmhan. vice-chairman, of
the Select Committee. Justin
J Finger, director of ADLs
National CfvU Rights
Division, said that the League
*as encouraged bv the
vommittee's determination to
investigate fully the Barbie
matter and other possible links
Ti^c ,ormer Naz officials
and L .S. intelligence agencies.
"The American people have
* right to know," Mr. Finger
*rote. whether officials of
their government abusedj
authority in doing bii
with and ottering assist
Barbie or any other
petrators of atrocities
Jew s and other civilians."
Mr. Finger also
ADL's resources "f|
assistance the Select
mince may require."
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Force on Nazi war erf
which cooperate-
L.S. Justice Department.
Barbie is accused of<
murders. 7.500 deport!
and 15.000 arrests ofrj
Jews and Resistance
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Friday, March 11.1983/ The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 5
[Hn EDWIN EYTAN
>ARIS (JTA) -
kh police officials back
Madrid where they
logated a number of
|ed Spanish neo-fascists
31 believe thev were in-
volved in the terrorist attack
against the Paris Liberal
Synagogue on the Rue
Copernic which killed four
people in October, 1980.
Police sources said the Spanish
authorities now also doubt the
arrested men were involved in
any terrorist attacks outside
Spain.
THE FRENCH ARE just
as sceptical about the par-
ticipation of the arrested five
West German neo-Nazis in the
attack on a Jewish restaurant
in Paris last summer. A
French investigating
magistrate, Jean-Louis
Bruguiere, and several police
officers are in London where
two of the arrested terrorists
are held.
One of the two, Walter
Kexel, looks somewhat similar
to a member of the hit squad
which last Aug. 9 attacked a
Jewish restaurant in the old
Paris ghetto killing six people
and wounding 22, but first
reports say he does not seem to
have been involved in the
attack. The French ministry of
Justice said, however, that all
clues will be followed and all
possible suspects will be
thoroughly investigated.
I
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NATIONAL COUNCIL
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The National Council of
Jewish Women. Okeechobee
Section will hold their next
regular membership meeting
on Thursday, March 17, 1
p.m. at the American Savings
Bank (Westgate). The guest
speaker will be Estelle Plas-
kow, who will give a reading
on the book PARNAS. Bring
your friends. Coming events
include: April 4-7 Palm Beach
Spa. and April 12-13, EP-
COT.
BRANDEIS
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Brandeis Lni*ersit> Nation-
al Women's Committee will
meet hriday, March 11 lor a
Music Study Group at the
home ol Clara Land, Bldg. 4.
Musicale by Clara Lang, and
friend. On Thursday, March
31, Current Events Studv
Group will meet at the home
ol Sally Friedman, Building
14. The leader will be Frank
Goldman.
March 21-24 (tour davs
and three nights) at the Regen-
cy Hotel Spa, Bal Harbor.
Good accommodations still
available. Husbands welcome.
Si2" per person double occu-
pancy and SI60 single occu-
pancy. Contact Rhoda Collier
or Helen Milch.
Arpil 15-17 Annual
weekend at Harder Hall. Call
Edna Bienstock.
HADASSAH
Shalom West Palm Beach
Hadassahevents: March 21
a Day at Hialeah; March 22
Augusta Steinhardt's Bible
class at the Clubhouse, 3 p.m.
All are welcome; April 24-25-
26 annual Spring confer-
ence-of Florida Central Region
at Orlando.
Lake Worth. Golda Meir
and West Boynton Chapters
of Hadassah announce that
the Annual Vad Z'Hava
Donor Luncheon honoring
their hard working members
will be held on Wednesday,
March 16 at the Breakers at 12
noon. The theme "One Heart,
One People" commemorates
this Hadassah year.
Mrs. Fannie Schwartz,
Chairman will introduce the
Keynote Speaker Mrs. Lisl
Schick, President of the Flor-
ida Central Region. She was
born in Vienna, Austria and
educated in England and the
USA. She is married to Dr.
Alfred Schick, a Radiologist
and is the proud mother of
two sons and two daughters,
three of w horn are married. As
a resident of Clearwater, she
has held executive positions in
Temple B'nai Israel Sister-
hood, Pinellas County
Medical Auxiliary and the Oak
Grove School PTA; as well as
the Clearwater Chapter Board
of Hadassah. In addition, she
is a licensed realtor.
Norma Lenore, Chairman
ol the Men's Associates will
bring greetings from the Had-
assah National Board.
On the lighter side of the
program, we are happy to pre-
sent Susan Rada, Operatic
Star accompanied by Dr. Paul
Czonka at the piano. To
climax this exciting afternoon,
drawings will be held for the
Lithograph donated by Edna
Hibel and a Graphic by Judy
Targan, internationally known
artist.
On Tuesday, March 15,
Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will have their Gen-
eral Meeting at 1 p.m. in the
auditorium of Lakeside Vil-
lage, Lillian Rd. west of Con-
gress Ave. Palm Springs.
Program lor the afternoon
the Lee Vassil Choral Group
will entertain with a Passover
Program.
On April 19, Henrietta
Szold Group of Hadassah will
have a General Meeting. The
program for the afternoon w ill
be given bv Young Judaea a
film will be shown "Hashac-
har-^ounu Judaea*' Is Vonm
Judaea just another Youth
Group on the Block? NO!!!
Young Judaea groups meet all
over Dade, Broward and Palm
Beach Counties. They partici-
pate in an education program
that oilers a learning experi-
ence and peer leadership
training through group in-
volvement. Please mark the
date on vour calendar and
learn all about this young
group ol people.
The Henrietta Szold Group
of Hadassah will attend the
Lake "worth Chapter Open
Meeting on Thursday, April
28 at 12:30 p.m. in the club-
house at Poinciana. Charlotte
Jacobson will be the guest
Speaker. Charlotte Jacobson
served a> National President
ol Hadassah. She is currentlv
Chairman of the Hadassah
Magazine. She was National
Chairmen ol Building and De-
velopment, Hadassah Medical
Organization, when she super-
vised the rebuilding ol the
Hadassah Hospital on Ml.
Scopus. Installation ol Lake
Worth Chapter Officers will
also lake place at this meeting.
Don't miss this meeting as vou
will be in for a treat.
Cypress Lakes Hadassah
will hold their regular monthly
meeting at the American
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1st Aliyah Conference Presents Overview of Life in Israel
A unique overview of life
opportunities in Israel will be
presented at South Florida's
first Aliyah Conference to be
held on Sunday, March 20,
from II a.m. at Temple Israel
in Miami. The program is
being sponsored by the South
Florida Aliyah Council.
The conference will offer
workshops and sessions of
interest and concern to per-
sons of all ages who are
considering their future in
Israel. These sessions will
answer questions about college
study, seminars and year
programs, family life, job
retraining and career direc-
tion, professions, returning
Israelis, business and in-
vestments, retirement and new
Creative movement is taught through the enrichment program
at the Jewish Community Center on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 3 to 4 p.m. for two different age groups of pre-schoolers.
Mart-it- Brooks, Janine Katzen and Sydney Schweiger are seen
here free dancing at the end of their class.
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We sit round the Seder table each year, and celebrate The Exodus
through u-adlUons passed down to us over thousands of years. These
traditions have become so much a part of our heritage they are
inscribed in the Haggadah for all the world to see: the matzoh. the
"MaMshtanah'.' the Aphlkoman. the recitation of the plagues, the
chant of "Dayenu'.' and on and on through the night closing with
Chad Gadya'.'
At each Seder, however, there are other kinds of traditions...
traditions which are just as strong, just as cherished. They are our
personal family traditions. Unwritten and unsung, they are as much a
part of our Seders as the hard-boiled eggs and bitter herbs. And
among these, one of the most popular traditions is the wine that Is
used throughout the Seder evening. That Is Manischewiu. of course.
In millions of homes, it jusi wouldn't be Passover without a bottle of
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the Jerusalem Conference on
International Terrorism and
the brother of Johnathan
Netanyahu who was killed
while leading the ground
forces in the 1976 rescue
mission in Entebbe.
Linda Minkes, chairwoman
of the Aliyah Conference said
(he participants of the event
will include persons from
throughout South Florida.
"The object of the Aliyah
Conference is to provide
information about life in
Israel, as well as to prepare
prospective 'olim" for the
transition that awaits them,"
Minkes said. "There are
tremendous opportunities for
personal growth in Israel, as
well as the chance to raise your
family in a totally Jewish
atmosphere. These are the
qualities that we will discuss at
various workshops and
sessions."
Registration costs for the
conference are $5 per adult
and $2.50 per student or child.
This price includes a kosher
lunch.
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STACI LESSER
Jacob Ullmann to Speak for Technion
The Jupiter-Tequesta area is certainly fortunate to have
Jeanne Tarsches in their area. Jeanne is the President of
the Reform Temple of Jupiter-Tequesta. She has been a
driving force behind this brand new Reform Temple
Congregation. Jeanne is now in the middle of planning an
Art Auction to help fundraise for the benefit of the
Temple. It will be held March 19 at the Jupiter Bay Resort
and Tennis Club. Jeanne promises that it will be a great
evening featuring some of our favorite artists including
Neiman, Agam, Calderand Rockwell.
Hot Off The Press Bobbe Taffel of West Palm
Beach has adapted and edited a beautiful simplified
Haggadah. The illustrations are by Lisa Rubin,daughter
of Jean and Jerry Rubin. These two ladies certainly have
talent galore. The Hagaddah is aptly named The Story of
The Exodus and it would grace any Seder table.
Forest Hill High School's Tennis Team is a step ahead of
all others with Nancy Doberat their STAT. Nancy is the
daugher of Joan and Stan Dober also of tennis fame.
Joan is actively planning spring fundraising tennis events
for the Florida Cancer Fund. This fund is for Florida in
conjunction with the University of. Florida, Oncology
Department. We would like to hear more, Joan.
Congratulations to the entire congregation of Temple
Beth Sholom on the recent celebration of their 30th
Anniversary Dinner.
Dr. Sander Smith, President of Temple Beth Sholom,
welcomed those who joined together to share this simcha.
Jack l.ieberman served as chairman of the dinner com-
mittee.
Rabbi Eisenberg presented a history of the Temple.
President from 1963-70, Zell Altman, shared his memories
of the growth of the Temple and the Jewish Community of
Lake Worth. Goldie Bernstein entertained the audience
with Yiddish and English songs.
Ma/el tov to the family of Temple Beth Sholom and to
Rabbi Eisenberg. We wish you many, many more years of
sen mg the Jewish community.
Around The Town would love to hear your plans for
Passover visiting friends, relatives share your
celebration of this marvelous holiday with us.
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Dr. Jacob W. Ullmann.
Honorary President of the
National American Technion
Society, will speak to its
newest Chapter "CEN-
TECH" in West Palm Beach,
on Tuesday, March 15. .
Dr. Ullmann, son of Irma
Ullmann of Palm Beach, both
recipients of the Albert Ein-
stein Award, prestigious
evidence of their interest in the
Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy, is also a recipient oi
Doctor of Science in Technol-
ogy from that Institute. His
family has established a
Center there, as well. As Na-
tional Treasurer of American
Technion, he brings a special
know ledge to Cen-Tech.
He joins the three presidents
of the Palm Beach County
Region Mr. Alan Cum-
mings, Mrs. Dorothy Raut-
bord and Mrs. Norman Belfer
in the celebration of Cen-
Tech's first anniversary.
For this past season, Cen-
Purim
Celebration
Adam Gray was one of the
over 250 people who enjoyed
the gaiety of the Purim Cele-
bration which was held Sun-
day, Feb. 27, at the Jewish
Community Day School and
.(sponsored by the Jewish
Community Center of the
Palm Beaches.
Tech has brought to Cem..
Villagers a Kirk Douglar,?!
a "Robotics" film; a8'^.
iers of Healing" film; a th?n';
Moms Zipkin. senior vjM
president of Pratt & Whj *
a leading aeronautics firm ,
report by Yoram Koren ll
Director of the Robotics &
ter of the Institute; a Com
mentary by Dr. Irving Green
berg, nuclear physicist; and
more.
Dr. Jacob W. Ullmann
It has brought before its h.
teners, the story of this greai
Institution's work and its basic
values to the State of Israel
And the anniversary meetint
salutes its members and
friends who have helped make
Cen-Tech so vibrant and ef-
fective. Collation will be at 10 j
a.m. American Savings Bank
Building, West Drive. For in-
formation and reserved
seating, please contact Roslyn
Ram or Jos. Dorf.
Vr.
Sam Rubin, chairperson of the
Second Tuesday Club of the
Stnior Center at the Jewish
Community Center coordi-
nated the selling of the tradi-
tional Purim Hamantashen to
set the mood of the Communi-
ty Pnrim Celebration held at
the Jewish Community Day
School on Sunday, Feb. 27
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On The Bookshelf
ital Makes Vital Story Dull Reading
iism: The Formative
Jars: By David Vital. Ox-
id: Clarendon Press,
B2. Published in the
fitcd States by Oxford
[iversity Press. 514 Pp.,
r.95.
IORTOM.TEICHER
\hFloridian Book RtvitwEditor
take an exciting story
I convert it into a dull,
\\ tale is a mean feat,
is the dubious
[vcment of David Vital,
minor of this book. A
fcssor of political science
Pel Aviv University, he
|s in a ponderous and
/-looted fashion. It is
(slogging to wade through
look. Often, the tempta-
lio put it down is almost
Istible.
It it is a temptation to be
led because underneath
heavy, sleep-inducing
there is a fascinating tale
le decade which followed
first Zionist Congress in
For most of the decade,
he died in 1904, the
1st movement was domi-
by its founder, Theodor
. Accordingly, if the
h patiently digs beneath
lurface, there will be a
iwhile reward in the form
la comprehensive and
)ed biography of Herzl
'lonisni, almost indistin-
bble in those days.
lb PERIOD which pre-
thc formal establish-
ol the Zionist movement
il was covered by Vital in
krlier book, "The Origins
lionism." In one sense,
ocriod began in 70 CE
the Temple was
byed by the Romans, and
ii..'. began the Dispersion
V did not end until 1948
the State of Israel was
fished. While the deter-
|tion to return to Zion
sted lor all those hun-
ol years, it was not until
brought representative
I Irom all over the world
bscl in 1897 that the
1st movement was fully
Ihed.
the initial Congress, the
(meat's official and
)le objective was clearly
"Zionism aims at the
pon of a home for the
people of Palestine to
loured by public law." An
fixation was established
>rk lor the achievement of
)bjective.
|l Terences of opinion im-
Jately arose. Herzl was
it between orthodox fun-
fcntalists on the right and
[lists on the left. There
those who agreed with
|l's strategy of using dip-
Icy and influence to
}n the movement's objec-
[()(hers felt that a political
"secured by public law"
a distant goal to be
pded by settlers who could
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concentrate on learning so that
Zion would be a moral and
spiritual center. Still others
asserted that the difficult con-
ditions in which Jews
struggled, especially in Russia,
demanded more urgent solu-
tions.
INITIAL OPPOSITION
did not deter Herzl. Since Pal-
estine was then under the rule
ol the Turks, Herzl concen-
trated on securing the Turkish
Sultan's acquiescence to the
establishment of a Jewish
homeland. He made five futile
visits to Constantinople. He
worked through advisers and
intermediaries, at least one of
whom demanded a large sum
of money in order to arrange
an appointment with the Sul-
tan.
Herzl asked German of-
ficials to influence the Kaiser
to put in a good word with the
Sultan, and he asked Russian
officials for the cooperation of
the Czar. He travelled con-
stantly, seeking allies and sup-
porters all to no avail.
Herzl's acting on the stage
of international politics
produced the drama which
Vital calls "The Great Quar-
rel" and to which he devotes
the longest chapter in the
book. It tells the intriguing
story of the offer by the
British to establish a semi-
autonomous Jewish settlement
in East Africa. Although the
land was actually in Kenya,
the proposal came to be
known as the Uganda project.
The argument as to whether or
not this proposition should be
explored bedeviled the Zionist
movement during the two
years which preceded Herzl's
death. The debate dragged
on but lost its centrality as
concern mounted for the Jews
of Russia subjected to the
pogroms of 1905.
ALTHOUGH THE Zionist
movement foundered after
Herzl died, its clear objective,
a political state of Palestine,
gradually reemerged. The
achivement of that objective in
1948 did not end the Zionist
movement. Recently, the 30th
.Congress was held in Jerusa-
lem just 85 years after Herzl
convened the first Congress.
This last one was as stormy as
the earlier ones.
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rageiu i ne jewien r lornnan 01 raim peain wmy >_-------------------------
Generals Urge Reagan t. Chang..Mind*""*
NEW YORK (JTA)
President Reagan is being
urged, in an open letter signed
by 130 retired American gen-
erals and admirals, "to revita-
lize the strategic cooperation
between the United States and
Israel, thereby enhancing the
agree to a memorandum ol
understanding with the Israelis
that has already been rejec-
ted."
THE ADVERTISEMENT,
placed by an organization
called Center for International
Security in Washington, D.C.
i nn, auaer well on sharing information.
iM.n.i. int.it.u> MMiuiii.iiif security in wasiimgiui", "
safety and wellbeing of the an(j |jsling Joseph Churba as
free peoples of the world.
The letter, which appeared
in the form of a full page
advertisement in The New
York Times, drew comment
from the Defense Department,
which was also reported in the
Times. The Times stated that
"A Defense Department
official said that the
advertisement appeared to be
part of a campaign to per-
suade the United Slates to
"coordinator," said, "We
believe that the victory of
Israeli-modified weapons and
tactics over those of the Soviet
Union (in the Lebanon war)
presents the free world with a
tremendous opportunity to
reduce the impact of Russia's
extraordinary growth in
tactical force and battlefield
technology."
The ad also warned that
"the current strained relations
between Washington and
Israel Philharmonic
Goes On Tour In Japan
TEL AVIV(JTA) The
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
has left for Japan to give nine
concerts under the baton of its
musical director, the noted
Indian musician Zubin
Mehta. He told reporters the
IPO's first lour of Japan in 23
years was both politically and
musically important.
"THERE'S NOT much cul-
tural exchange with
Japan. .When the whole or-
chestra goes its symbolically
important," he said, noting
that individual Israeli soloists
play in Japan and are well re-
ceived. Mehta noted that
"they're very enthusiastic, but
they only applaud at the end
of the whole concert, so at the
intermission you think they
don't like you. Then at the
end, the roof comes down."
Israeli Asset' in yo
Ington Post article of August
15, 1979. "
The ad went on to say:
"Your 1979 views have
proven prescient indeed, Mr.
President. We concur in your
assessment of our ally s
geopolitical importance
as a stabilizing force, as a
deterrent to radical hegemony
and as a military offset to the
Soviet Union.' Therefore,
your present initiative on the
Middle Last must carefully
consider the Israeli require-
ment of strategic depth for her
ov,n security, lest our ally be
transformed from a strategic
asset into a liability.
"WE HAVE every confi-
dence, Mr. President, that
transitory political strains will
not be allowed to detract from
ihe fundamental congruence
of strategic interests cemented
bv a common heritage ol
Western values and
democratic ideals."
The Times reported that a
"White House spokesperson
said that she was not familiar
with the advertisement and
would not comment on it."
But, the rimes story added, a
Defense Department official
recalled that "an American
team headed by Andrew
Marshall negotiated with the
Israelis and returned to Wash-
ington with a draft agreement
The official, who noted that
the United States and Israel
already were parties to at least
20 previous such agreements,
said that the Pentagon rejected
the proposed memorandum
because of conditions the
Israelis sought to impose.
EARLIER THIS month
Defense Secretary Caspar
Weinberger rejected the
"framework" for an agree-
ment worked out between the
U.S. and Israel for the ex-
change of weapons and
technological information Is-
rael had learned during its
operation in Lebanon.
Ambassador Moshe Arens
denied Israel sought tough
conditions as claimed by
Weinberger in vetoing the
agreement. Arens said Israeli
conditions were aimed at
ensuring that there is a
"minimum risk" that the
information fall into Soviet
hands through "some
inadvertent" manner.
Al Schniti. chain,,
fountains Israel
millee. has annou.
Kroup will hold ft?
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March 17. ai 6:30 p.,
Clubhouse. Schnittj
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Jver 60 women attended the Youth Aliyah Luncheon given in
tribute to the late Judith Waltzer, who was a founding member
Y Bat Gurion Hadassah and its first treasurer. Pictured above
ire members of the Waltzer family. (Left to right] Neil Waltzer,
lose Waltzer and Fran Berliner. Not pictured Molly Sampson. '
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ittending the Youth Aliyah Luncheon as "Daughters of the
IcroH" are (left to right] Susan Altbush, president; Leah
ngclslein. Rhonda Paston, Cynnie List, Marva Perrin and
larilyn l.amperl.
Hcfured above at the Youth Aliyah Luncheon as "Daughters of
iegce" are (left to right] Barbara Wunsh, Ceil Levy, Diane
lifebelt, Slaci Lesser, Diane Kaufman, chairman for (he
inoheon; Candy Fischer, Sheila Fngelslein, Debbie Brass and
Isther S/muckler.
Village on
the Green
Bond Event
Judge Louis Flaum,
Chairman of the Village
Royale on the Green Israel
Bond Committee, has an-
nounced his group will hold a
testimonial on March 13, at
7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse.
Judge Flaum indicated that
Al Moskowitz, a VRG resident
active in all phases of Jewish
life, will be presented with the
Israel David Ben-Gurion
award during the program for
his lifelong commitment to the
Jewish State.
Co-Chairman of the VRG
Bond drive lor the last six
years, Moskowitz has also
served as Chairman of the
UJA appeal during that time.
A former President and
founder ol the B'nai Haifa
Lodge ol Boynton Beach,
Moskowitz's other affiliations
include the American Jewish
Congress, ZOA, an associate
membership in Hadassah, and
a member of the Temple Beth
Li's Men's Club Board of
Directors.
At Village Royale
Moskowitz has been President
of llie Building Group where
he has lived with his wife
Anne. He was also in-
strumental in founding the
Vilalgc Royale Men's Club
and the Village Royale Owners
Club.
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Howard J. Hirsch, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth LI in
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Community Calendar
March 12 ,
JEWISH FEDERATION HUNTERS RUN DINNER-
DANCE JEWISH FEDERATION EASTPOINT
COCKTAIL PARTY 6 P.M.
March 13
Congregation Aitz Chaim Sisterhood 10 a.m. Temple
Beth El Men's Club breakfast meeting Jewish Com-
munity Center Daddy and Me 9 a.m. Golden Lakes
Temple Sisterhood 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women -
Mitzvah Council 9:30 a.m. Congregation Anshei
Sholom Men's Club 10 a.m.
March 14
Women's American ORT Palm Beach board 9:45 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Haifa board 2 p.m. Hadassah Cypress
I Lakes-12 noon.
March 15
Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m.
Hadassah Henrietta Szold -1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
- Chai 8 p.m. Temple Beth El Sisterhood 8 p.m.
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary No. 408 Temple Israel -
board 8 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah donor lunch -
Breakers Temple Beth David board 8 p.m. Women's
American ORT Wellington 8 p.m. Women's
American ORT Boynton Beach 12:30 p.m. Pioneer
W omen Cypress Lakes Passover Program.
March 16
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION EXEC-
U11VE COMMITTEE 6 P.M. JEWISH FEDERA-
I ION WOMEN'S DIVISION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING 8 P.M. Hadassah Chai donor luncheon
ai Breakers Pioneer Women Golda Meir 12:30 p.m.
National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach 10 a.m.
Hadassah Lake Worth donor luncheon at Breakers
Women's American ORT North Palm Beach County
Region -9:30 a.m.
March 17
JEWISH FEDERATION PUBLIC RELATIONS MEET-
ING 7:30 P.M. B'nai B'rith Women-Olam-board- 10
a.m. Hadassah Yovel 12:45 p.m. Women's
American ORT Palm Beach Evening board Women's
American ORT Lake Worth-Covered Bridge board 10
a.m. B'nai B'rith Col. Netanyanu Lodge Wine and
Cheese at Norton Gallery 8 p.m.
Local Leaders to Serve On ZOA
lational Convention Committee
I he Zionist Organization of
nerica will hold its 83rd
liional convention from
lursday, April 28 through
inday, May 1, at the
larriott in the Greentree
Iction of Pittsburgh. The
rogram will be attended by
lore than 1,000 delegates
fcm throughout the nation.
Kan J. Novick, national
president of the ZOA has
named Robect D. Shapiro to
serve as the convention chair-
man. Local leaders from the
Palm Beach County Jewish
community who will serve on
the committee are Milton Gold
of West Palm Beach and
Herman L. Weisman of Palm
Beach.
Jewish Family Life
Education Offers Workshops
A Jewish family life ,,
lucation workshop entitled,
*)iscussing Sexuality Within
|c family" was recently
>mplctcd. This informative
>rkshop was co-sponsored
the Jewish Family and
tildren's Service of Palm
Each County, Inc., and
:mple Beth David. Dr. Alan
Roy, a gynecologist in
rivate practice, spoke on
pegnancy and contraception
long teenagers. Dr. Alan
ickrach, a psychologist, was
second guest lecturer,
[arilyn David, MSW, was the
(ordinator for this
>rkshop, as well as a
Tesentor.
JMs. David is scheduling
Iher Jewish family life
(ucalion series in the near
ture, including "Parenting
)ur Jewith Teenager,"
rently underway, "The
langing Jewish Family,"
}d one on the "Single Parent
Imily."
I uiurc groups on dealing
ill aging parents, coping as a
fcweomer to Florida, and
[hers are being planned. For
prther information or to plan
speaker of your choice,
ease contact Ms. David at
14-1991.
Israel
Bond Events
The Lakeside Village-Village Green Israel Bond Committee has
named Fanny Kuperschmid and Morris Neiporent as the
recipients-elect of the coveted Leadership Award for their in-
volvement in Jewish and community affairs. The pair will
receive (heir award during ceremonies at the annual Israel Bond
event scheduled for Sunday, March 13, 12 noon in the Lakeside
Village Clubhouse. For more information contact the Israel
Bond office.
The B'nai B'rith It Colonel
Netanyahu Lodge of Palm
Beach and State of Israel
Bonds will join forces to
honor Arthur Silk, one of the
most distinguished members
of the Lodge and a leader in
various B'nai B'rith activities.
Silk will receive his award dur-
ing ceremonies at a breakfast
in his honor on Sunday,
March 13, at 9:30 a.m., at the
Hyatt Hotel in West Palm
Beach. Lou Lockett is chair-
man of the event. Co-chair-
men are Dr. Jacob Bauer,
William Barth, and Irving
Korn.
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Page 14 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday. March 11,1983
The Rabbinical Corner
DEVOTED TO DISCUSSION Of THEMES AND ISSUES RELEVANT TO XW1SH UFE. PAST AND PRESENT
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
Haste Makes Waste
By KABBI
MAX L. FORMAN
Taken from his latest book
"RX for Living," to be
published by Bloch Publishing
Company, Sew York.
Driving one da> in the
country, a man saw an old
farmer sitting on a fence rail,
watching the cars go by.
Stopping to chat for a while,
the stranger said, "1 never
could stand living out in the
country. You don't see
anything; you don't travel as 1
do. I'm on the go all the
time."
The old man on the fence
removed the straw from his
mouth on which he was
chewing, looked carefully at
the driver and slowly drawled,
"I don't see that there's much
difference between what 1 am
doing and what you are doing.
1 sit on the fence and watch the
autos go by, and you sit in
your auto and watch the
fences go by."
Haste is quite a wasteful and
expensive luxury. It costs more
and pays less than anything
else bought and sold over the
shop counters of life. It is a
sorry burden weighing down
feet that should be fleet; it
thrusts the one who rushes
crashing against obstacles he
could otherwise avoid. Even if
he does manage to win
through to his goal, he is likclv
to be so exhausted in the
process that he cannot enjoy
what he has attained.
All kinds of people are
driven by the frantic urge to
hurry. No age, sex, or sociaj
class is immune. Both young
and old behave as though
there were no tomorrow; rich
as well as poor leap at shor-
tcuts to wealth and success;
women, like men, forge ahead
at high speed, accompanied by
the stripping of human gears
that signal impending break-
downs. To the cost of haste
must be added that of fret and
worry, tension and im-
Announcements
Announcements such as engagements, weddings and Bar-
Bat Mitzvahs are published as a free service by The Jewish
Floridian. Information should be sent To: 501 S. Flagler
Drive, Suite 305, W. Palm Beach, TL 33401. If desired,
attach a clear black and white photograph.
patience, and the wasteful loss
of calmness, serenity, and
peace.
To what avail all this hurry
and haste, hustle and bustle?
Among the ancient Greeks,
the runner who won the race
was not the man who crossed
the finish line first, but the one
who crossed it in the shortest
time with the torch he bore
still burning. Are we not so
busy with life's activities that
we permit the torch of our
spiritual life to become ex-
tinguished? In the headlong
rush through life, we often run
the danger of being jostled out
of our spirituality. What good
is it, if one is too busy to be
good; if one runs too fast for
our torches to remain bur-
ning? How does it help us to
drive down the crowded high-
way of life at such speed hat
we see nothing but fences that
shut us out from our fellow-
men, and a blurred landscape
that eclipses the beauties of the
countryside and the wonders
of God's creation?
"The thoughts of the
diligent tend only to plen-
teousness; but every one that is
hasty hasteth only to want."
Proberbs2l:5
"Haste makes waste no less
in life than in housekeeping."
Suzanne Gleiber
SUZANNE GLEIBER
Suzanne Gleiber, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Gleiber, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah on Friday evening,
March 11 and Saturday
morning, March 12 at Temple
Beth El in West Palm Beach.
Suzanne attends The Ben-
jamin School. Her main in-
terests are tennis and music.
She is planning to pursue a
career in law.
BFN SPECTOR
Ben Yakir Spector, son of
Dr. Steve S. Spector of West
Palm Beach and Mrs. Sherry
Drinkwater, and the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Spector of Lake Worth, will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, March 12 at Temple
Beth El. Rabbi Howard
Hirsch and Cantor Elaine
Shapiro will officiate. Ben was
born in Gainesville, Florida
and has lived in Palm Beach
County for four years. He is a
student at Conistan Junior
High School and was a
member of the football team.
His interests include soccer,
basketball, fishing and chess.
As part of his Bar Mitzvah
celebration, Ben has chosen to
visit his great grandparents in
Israel where he will be
honored with a ceremony at
Ben Yakir Spector
the Western
family.
Wall with
his
Scott Gay
SCOTT GAY
Scott Gay, son of Robert
and Carol Gay of Palm Beach
Gardens, will celebrate his bar
Mitzvah Friday evening,
March 11 and Saturday
morning, March 12 at Temple
Beth David, Palm Beach
Gardens. Rabbi William
Marder and Cantor Earl
Rackoff will officiate.
RONALD KOZLIN
Ronald Kozlin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Kozlin of
Jupiter, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah Friday evening,
March 11 at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Howard Shapiro and
Susan Weiss, cantonal soloist,
will officiate.
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
STnam m< fr?bbl ""EL? Schectman. Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Daily:
fAnni'S'h n:305ArFriday'8:30a-m'-5P-m--,aleserviat 8:15 p.m..
Sholosh Suedos"'8 b3t- SalUrda>- 8:3am- 5 pm' Mincna folloed ^
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
SBS!Z3Ll^St&^*&* .*" *-. -d 5:30 p.m!
Temple Emelh
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
ai Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile west of
SPuca,7^m,p!ke)- Tne Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3, Boca Raton 33432. Phone:
^68-1600, 391-1111. Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Centurv Village
M:^'.^?*^ Sabba,h -*" > > M
Congregation Anshei Emuna
a m in SmV??' MS 8:,i.pm-' f"*ed b> ne Sh*bb*- Saturday 9 ,. ******* Anshei Emuna
a.m.. 5 p.m.. Mmcha followed by Sholosh Suedos. Y J nanyLK^ Pointy Delray Beach 33446. Phone 499-7407 or 499-9229
Temple Beth David Holidavs9 a m "'' Da''y SCrV'Ces 8 am- Md 5 Pm- Saturdays n<
Reform
Temple
at Westminster Presbyterian Church. 10410 N. Military I rail. Pair
Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach. Phone 845-1134
Rabbi W illiam Marder. Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday at 8 t- i
p.m.. Saturday 10a.m. lemple Beth El of Boca Raton
Temple Beth El singer CamoTM^nnT' BC| ?t,0n 33432' Pnonc 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E.
28.5 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi ". Torah Study" h Rabbi Sbir's.bK
Howard J. H.rsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath Eveninc Service at ft-i< RaDD1 ^ng". Sabbath morning services 10:30a.m.
lemple Beth Torah
Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath Evening Service at 8 IS
p.m. in The Sanctuary. Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minvan at 8-15
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
Eisenberg. Cantor Jacob Elman. Services
Fridav at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth /ion
Lions Club. 700 amejia Dr.,. Royal Palm Beach. Friday night 8 F
I race Well" PaIm ^l^*0**1 RtlTat- Forest H' Blvd" nd Wellington]
3 11" Kabbf s,?v? u\i a"mg address: l ,25 Jack Pine St.. West Palm Beach
K, an!crry3-2700, eSlman' Can,or Nicholas *** President RonnK
IQm .. Temple Israel
Ho^.rtrShamSerD?"|e'-We5i PSm Beach 33407" Phone 5H. *
Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel Shugarman, President' Cccdl Tl2!?*&* Em"itus. ?r- ?icharcd.:
Monday and Thursday at 8:15 a.m.. Weiss. Sabbath services. Friday 8pm Educator- Cantorial Soloist Susan
Rahh tiii TempleJudea
Lane ^^r^f^il^0^ Barbara Chane Prcsident 1407 *.
a.m. President. Eli Rosenthal. 102 Swan Parkwav. RovaTpaTm P-m. Meeting at St CaSS; ^ *5"777- Services Friday eveningstU
1. Phone 793-0643. Cantor Albert Koslow a'm Washington Id at Southe? it J5 Greek 0rthod* Church Social Hall 4000
Temple B'nai Jacob 'nern Blvd.
Beach. FL 3341
Temple B'nai Jacob
aith United Presbyterian Church. 275 Alemeida Drive Palm Snrino tuti
^JtAJri^ffiSl M service*. Fndav at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9
at Faith
Tern
Phone 96441034
Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m
Temple Lmanu-EI
190 V Count) Road. Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804
Cha/in. Cantor David Dardashti. Sabbath services. Fridav at
Saiurdav at 9 a.m.
a.m.
Rabbi Joel-
8:30 p
r Temple Sinai
"' Pho e^T^tl' CvSh' ST" f Uk< '' M- Sw
nard Etish. Friday services at
tnton Ave.,
Delray Beach,
8:15
The Reform Temple of Jupiter-Tequesta
ii I h,-^ i .....""ftui Jupiter-iequ..
m- Phone tSJ^SSS^SSl STh MiBMtf> T". Jupiter. Florida 33458
Iriday of every moa^hal g L,JL?TOC Tarscncs- Services Ifci second and fourth


Friday, March 11,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15
tagogue News
Candle Lighting Time Friday, March 11-6,09
FORM TEMPLE OF
JPITER-TEQUESTA
i Reform Temple of Jup-
fequesta will hold an Art
jition and Auction on
[day, March 19 at the new
er Bay Resort and Tennis
350 South U.S. High-
Jne, Jupiter. Works of
nd sculpture will be
Ible by such well known
as Neiman, Rockwell,
I, Calder, Vasarely, De-
Ix and many others. A
tw of all works of art to
lictioned begins at 7:30
and the auction begins
\0. Refreshments will be
exhibition and auction
ling produced by Art
ica Corporation of
Miami Beach, one of
rgest benefit-art auction
in the country. Because
merica purchases direct
original publishers in this
ry and Europe, opening
till be at incredibly low
|. A signed certificate of
iticity is available with
kurchasc.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Biblical injunction,
|c Me A Sanctuary that 1
Ivsell among them" will
theme of Temple Judea
|ny Sabbath, Friday eve-
March 11 at 8 p.m. in the
hall of St. Catherine's
Orthodox Church, at
)mer of Southern Blvd.
Ligler Drive.
ices will be conducted
labbi Joel Lcvine and
|r Rila Shore. Following
|es, Daniel Bakst will
a special program
ked 10 enable the congre-
ji lo participate in
piii ilie sanctuary, social
mil religious school of
|e Judea. This program
low the congregation to
le architect design a syn-
le building true to Tem-
|dea's philosophy of pro-
a contemporary inter-
lion ol Judaism for its
intergenerational membership.
Last May, Temple Judea
dedicated four and half acres
of land onChillingworth Drive
near Congress Ave. and 1-95.
The congregation's Board of
Trustees recently voted to
move ahead and plan to build
the entire synagogue at one
time instead of by phases.
With the successful comple-
tion of its building, Temple
Judea members will be able to
utilize an artistic sanctuary, a
magnificent banquet hall, and
contemporary classroom and
meeting facilities.
Anyone who does not be-
long to a synagogue is especi-
ally invited to participate in
this historic Sabbath for the
congregation's future. The of-
ficers and members of the
Board of Trustees will be
present to answer additional
questions.
For more information, leave
your name and phone number
with the Temple office.
The fourth of the popular
lecture series of Temple Judea,
sponsored by the Adult Edu-
cation Committee, will take'
place on Sunday, March 13, at
the Sunrise Bak, Military Trail
and Gun Club Road from 10
a.m. to noon (entrance in the
rear).
Mrs. Joan Levy Bernstein,
the noted lecturer on dance,
who was a dancer with the
Doris Humprrey-Charles
Weldman Dance Concert
Croup in the late 1930, will
present the theme: "The Con-
tribution of the Jew in Dance
from Biblical days up and
through the perforgming arts
of today."
Donation to defray commit-
tee expenses will be gratefully
accepted.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel Adult Educa-
JCC News
Know Your Nutrition
On Tuesday, March 22,
from 7:30-9 p.m., the Jewish
Community Center is holding
a special one time workshop
on Nutrition at the Center. Dr.
Robin Alden and Dr. James
Cima, Doctors of Chiropractic
and Endocrinologists, will
help you learn how to improve
your health by disclosing facts
on vitamins, minerals and the
food you eat. Learn how
foods arc broken down and
absorbed by the body and
discover which are the best for
your energy and health! Don't
miss this one time op-
portunity. Fee is $2 for JCC
members and $3 for non-
members.
Call 689-7700 to sign up
loday!
Aerobic Dancing Goes West
Starting March 14, on
Mondays and Wednesdays
from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and 6:45-
7:45 p.m., the Jewish
Community Center is spon-
soring a 10-week National
program of Aerobic Dancing
at Camp Shalom, one-half
mile west of the turnpike on
Belvedere Road.
Professionally chore-
ographed and taught by
a certified instructor, aerobic
dancing will put your body
into shape and give you the
true aerobic effect you need!
1 ee lor JCC members is $30
and for non-members, $38.
Sign up now!
Call 689-7700 to register.
Mark D. Rattinger, M.D.
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the Practice of
Internal Medicine
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The Jewish Community
Center has once again made
special arrangements with the
Irwin Katz Education Con-
sultants to offer a 20-hour
SAT preparation course at the
Center beginning Monday,
March 21 and ending Thurs-
day, May 5, in preparation for
the May 7 SAT Exam.
Studies have shown an
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up by Wednesday, March 16,
by calling Terrie Lubin at 689-
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Area Deaths
FREEDMAN, ROM. 69. of Wellington
E107, W. Palm Beach. Levitt-
Welnateln Memorial Chapel
GOLDEN, Ira R.. 68, Lake Worth,
Levitt-Welnateln Memorial Chapel.
GREENBERG, Anna, 60. Century
Village, W. Palm Beach, Levttt-
Welnateln Memorial Chapel.
GROSSBERG. Iarael. 74. Golden
Village, Levitt-Welnateln Memorial
Chapel.
GREENBERG. Jacob, 84, Lake Worth,
Levltt-Welnateln Memorial Chapel.
KAUN, MorrU. 82. Century Village,
Riverside Memorial Chapel.
KIR8CHNER, Rebecca. Century
Village, Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
ROSENTHAL. Anna. 94. Century
Village, Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
ROSS. Harry Loula. 76, Palm Beach,
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
SCHWARTZ, Joe, 77, Lake Worth,
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
SOLAR. Jantee. 81, Lake Worth,
Rlveralde Memorial Chapel.
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March 13. Rabbi Alan R.
Sherman will lead a discussion
on "Israel and Today's Head-
lines." The course concludes
with two more Sunday ses-
sions, April 10 and 17, 9:45
a.m. at Schwartzberg Hall.
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News in Brief
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Synagogue Council's state- *ons. 8 0r*>
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Israel, Lebanon Close to Accord?
ByJTA Services
JERUSALEM U.S. spe-
cial envoy Philip Habib re-
turned to Israel amidst reports
that Israel and Lebanon are
close to an agreement. He met
Monday with Foreign Minister
Yitzhak Shamir to whom he
presented the agreement he
reached with the Lebanese
over the weekend.
According to reports from
Lebanon, Habib brought back
to Israel a memorandum from
Beirut specifying the issues on
which the parties are still at
odds. Shamir told a Cabinet
meeting Sunday that there are
still 20 percent differences.
However, Lebanon's Pre-
mier Shafik Al-Wazan told the
Beirut English weekly, "Mon-
day Morning," that there was
now a reasonable chance of
achieving the beginning of an
Israeli withdrawal.
Wazan said the present
American efforts to reach an
agreement between the two
countries were characterized
by "new energy and vitality."
He said Lebanon was ready to
work out any security arrange-
ments which did not include
an Israeli presence in south
Lebanon.
WASHINGTON A reso-
lution opposing the sale of ad-
vanced U.S. arms to Jordan
was introduced last Thursday
by Sens. John Heinz (R., Pa.),
Edward Kennedy (D., Mass.)
Gary Horl (D., Col.) and
Rudy Boschwitz (R., Minn.).
It was supported by 47 other
Senators.
The resolution is similar to
one sponsored by a majority
of the Senate last year but
never voted on because the
Reagan Administration has
not officially proposed selling
arms to Jordan.
TEL AVIV Some 3,000
members and supporters of
the Peace Now movement
braved the cold and rain here
to hold a torchlight demon-
stration march around the De-
fense Ministry compound.
Protesting the continued
service of former Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon in the
Cabinet, they marched sym-
bolically from near the en-
trance to the Defense Ministry
to the Tel Aviv Museum
Square at the Ministry's rear
entrance symbolizing
Sharon's exit from the ue-
fense Ministry but his entrance
to the Cabinet through the
back door," as one of the or-
ganizers said.
The parade was led by men
and women wearing horns on
their heads and banners read-
ing, "Against Rhinoceros-
ness" a reference to the
Eugene lonesco play,
"Rhinoceros," recently rerun
on Israel television, about the
herd instinct and the object
and unquestioning acceptance
of a strong leader.
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