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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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VOICE OP
JEWISH
IUMTY OP
BEACH
ewish lloridian
VOLUME 9-NUMBER 13
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. APRIL 1.1983
PRICE 36 CENTS
iiinity Holocaust Observance
Presents Survivors'
Holocaust Corn-
ion Committee of the
uty Relations Council
lewish Federation of
:h County will spon-
lmunity observance
lolocaust which will
on Sunday, April
.m., at the Rosarian
807 North Flagler
st Palm Beach.
iirard and William
co-chairmen of the
Commemoration
have announced
committee will be
a special per-
f "Survivors," a
the Holocaust by
B Workshop and
Company, Paul
)ducer and direc-
rvivors" describes
being a "power-
|k>ped chronicle
lolocaust and its
bur emotions and
psyches." This drama was
created in 1976 by the New
ARTEF Players in Los
Angeles through a learning
process of studying and speak-
ing to survivors and translat-
ing their emotional response to
the stage. Bennett feels that
the play touches on sensitive
areas of American Jewish life
as well as digging back to the
unspeakable atrocities of the
Holocaust. "It demands to be
seen. We will reach people
who have never been reached
before," stated Bennett.
There will be a discussion
with the actors after the per-
formance to mutually explore
the strong emotions that will
be evoked during the play. A
candlelighting ceremony to
memorialize the victims of the
Holocaust will be conducted
by students of Midrasha-Ju-
daica High School under the
direction of Ann Lynn Lipton,
administrator and Jewish
Education Director of the
Jewish Federation. Brig. Gen.
(ret) Albin lrzyk, who helped
to liberate one of the first con-
centration camps after the end
of WWII and a new member
of the Holocaust Commora-
tion Committee, will address a
message to the youth. The
Community Holocaust Ob-
servance will be open to the
public and no admission fee
will be charged.
Phyllis Girard and Bill
Brooks stated, "Ever since its
inception by a congressional
mandate by President Carter,
the week of remembrance of
the Holocaust has increased in
importance and has provided a
vehicle to heighten interest and
understanding of the Holo-
Continued on Page 11
ial Services Director Appointed
'or Morse Geriatric Center
ponder, president
IL. Morse Geria-
iannounced the
)f Scott Boord to
lor of Social Ser-
in to be com pie-
care facility,
i extensive and
ick ground in
social service
we are con-
ns caring and
approach will
our goals of
>r the elderly- of
bounty," stated
be responsible Scoll Boord
for a staff of social workers
who will work directly with the
residents. Primarily, he will be
screening applicants for
admissions and assessing the
needs of the residents to deter-
mine their appropriate level of
care.
Scott Boord, a native of
Pearl River, New York,
received his undergraduate
degree in Sociology and
Psychology frpm the State
University 6f New York and
his MA in Social Work
Administration from Arizona
State University; Upon
graduation, he worked for the
Continued on Pag* 1ft
Gen.Herzog to Be
Israels New President
JERUSALEM Chaim
Herzog will be Israel's next
President. He will take office
on May 5, succeeding
President Yitzhak Navon, who
refused to run for a second
term, and has stepped down..
HERZOG IS legislator of
the Labor Party. He beat out
Supreme Court Justice
Menachem Elon on Tuesday.
Elon is a member of Prime
Minister Begin's ruling
coalition, by 61-57.
The 65-year-old Herzog is
the son of Israeli's former
Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog. He
served with the British Army
during World War 11. During
Israel's 1948 War of
Independence, he assumed a
command post in the battle for
Latrun.
AFTER THE war,
Herzog became Chief of
Military Intelligence, serving
from 1948-1950. Later, he was
a military attache, 1950-54, in
the Israeli Embassy in
Washington; Commanding
Officer of the Jerusalem
District, 1954-57; and he
assumed the post of Chief of
Staff of the Southern Com-
mand, 1957-59, when for a
second time he was named to
Continued on Page 3
io Personality To Address Interfaith Breakfast
ununity Relations
[the Jewish Federa-
Im Beach County is
an Interfaith
fin observance of
year of statehood
on April 15, 8:30
Ramada Inn, 1800
Lakes Boulevard,
Beach. The break-
together not only
clergymen of all
also local and
rislators, municipal
?hool principals and
ksts.
flum, chairman for
^nsecutive year, and
Hollis of Union
konal Church, this
>rary chairman, an-
thai the featured
be WNWS-AM
lost, Barbara Stud-
diversified back-
ires her depth and
experience to discuss the cur-
rent issues and economic
environment with her radio
listeners. Studley has owned
real estate offices, insurance
agencies, and has developed
several real estate projects as
well. She's politically active as
a registered lobbyist, and des-
cribes herself as a conservative
Republican. She's a member
of the Advisory Board at
University of Miami School of
Medicine and president of the
board of directors for Miami's
Institute of LearninR.
Barbara Studley's address is
titled "Israel: 35 Years Old
and Still Fighting to Survive."
Evelyn Blum stated, "The
Interfaith Breakfast is held to
bring a better understanding
about Israel and its people to
the non-Jewish community.
Barbara Studlev's knowledge-
Barbara Studley
able and stirring talk will
provide a good opportunity
for people to learn more about
Israel."
Assisting the chairman as
members of the Interfaith
Breakfast committee are
members of B'nai B'rith Wo-
men Mitzvah Council # 518.
They are Sonia Gold, Vera
Gerstle, Rosemary Jaeger,
Miriam Tanner, Anita Potkin,
Sylvia Lewis, and Rosalind
Ornstein.
The breakfast is open to the
entire community. The cost is
$5.50 per person and reserva-
tions may be made before
April 10 by calling Rabbi Alan
Sherman, Director of the
CRC, at the Federation office.
The office of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County will be closed Monday, April 4 and Tuesday, April
5, in observance of Passover.



Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, April 1.1983
Hunters Run
Over 200 residents of Hunters Run in Boynton Beach
attended the Inaugural Dinner Dance given on behalf
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach Connty-LJ A
and Israel Special Fund campaigns.
| Left to rightl Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenr, Mr. H<
Mrs. Oscar Shulman, Arnold Lampert, luocine
campaign chairman; Mrs. Arnold Lampert, Mr.ui
Mrs. Harold Lubin.
Alan L. Shulman, National UJA vice chairman was
the keynote speaker at the Hunters Run Inaugural
Dinner Dance.
M\rnn J. Nickman. general campaign chairman
addresses the Hunters Run Inaugural Dinner Dance.
Sylvia Lewis [left], campaign associate for the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, makes a
presentation to Rima and Sam Robinson, chairmen
of the 1983 Hunters Run lederation-l J A Dinner
Dance.
i lcli to right, front] Mrs. Robert Goodman, Ma
Maxwell Goldberg, Mrs. Teddy Sail, committee
member. (Left to right, rear] Robert Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Golden, Teddy Sail, coaimittee |
member: Maxwell Goldberg, Mr* and Mrs. Benjina
Frankel, committee members.
H-efl lo right] Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hamar, committee
members: Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Clarke, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert l.ushan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gort. [Seated]
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cook.
I Left to right, standing] Alan L. Shulman, guest
speaker: Dr. Llizabeth Freilich, Myron J. Nickman,
general campaign chairman: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Robinson, dinner dance chairmen; Mrs. Raymond
Shapiro. Raymond Shapiro. [Seated, left to right]
Mrs. M>ron J. Nickman, Mark Solomon, Mrs. Mark
Solomon.
|Left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. chik. Mr. and Mrs. Allyne Gottlieb, committee
members.
ISianding. left lo right] Mrs. Harris Kesskr, to*
millee member; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sussmm.M
and Mrs. Jack Solomon, Mr. and Mrs. Hern* I
Hirshberg. (Sealed, left to right] Harris Keg*
committee member; Mrs. Byron Schader, Mrs. rm\
Weinslein.
nj irn in nenl] Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tvson
id Mrs. Jesa t.ropper. committee members
nd Mrs. Sol Joffe.
Ileeni Mr. and Mrv. am Somach.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Makransk> committee members:
Mr. and Mrs. ( harles f.ilbert. Mrs. Al Karofskv
committee member; Mrs. sidne> Covich,
Kprofsky, committee member:
I seated].
,,f- mkr.l
Alexander Glick. Mrs. Al Wolf, com millee awn,
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Fidel. Mr. and Mrs. J- u
Schorr. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Benjamin.
Sidne\
AI
Covich


Friday, April 1,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Dinner Dance
[Left to right] Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lawrence, Mr.
and Mrs. David Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Sch-
wartz. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Horowitz, committee
members.
ISealed. left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Horowitz, lS"ledi kJL *. rt*ht] Mrs' S,mon Kosberg, Mr..
committee members; Mrs. Victor Shelansky, *"" Edctooa. [SlandinB, left to right] Mrs.
committee member; Mrs. Jules Winer. [Standing, left ",CMrd """kin, Simeon Kosberg, Mr. and Mrs.
to right] Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waldraan, Mr. and Mrs. JJ'Th" ri^UC?mn,,lle* membr; Mrs. Leo Kaye, l^ont, left to right) Mrs. Jerry Perlman, committee
| Stanley Arky, Jules Winer. Dr. Edmond Edelson. member; Mrs. Harold Ball, committee member
Allison Perlman, Mrs. Robert Bolwinik, Karan
Bennett. Norman Rockwell. [Rear, left to right] Dr.
Harold Bait, committee member; Robert Botwinik,
Jerry Perlman, committee member.
Standing, left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff, Cy Albaum
[Seated, left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Martin Skolnik,
Mrs. Cy Albaum.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. William
(.assel. committee members; Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Perez. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Martin, Mr. and Mrs.
Stanford Eisenberg.
I left to right] Mr. and Mrs. David Freedmaa, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Al Brodsky,
committee members; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gattegno,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kallin.
Community Leaders to Speak
At Leadership Skills Institute
Mollie Fit term an and Alice
Zipkin, co-chairmen of the
Leadership Skills Institute
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
announced the featured
speakers for the seminars to be
held on April 13 and 27, 9
a.m., at the Hyatt Palm
Beaches. Mikki Futernick,
vice-president for Leadership
Development of the Women's
I Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and Maxinc
Schwartz, president of the
I Women's Division of the
ICMJF, will speak on "Organ-
isational Techniques for
I Leadership Development" on
[April 13. Hal Lewis, Deputy
executive Director of the
[American Cancer Society in
IBroward County, will be
(Presenting a talk on "Effective
Communication Skills" and
Creative Fund Raising" on
April 27.
Mikki Futernick received a
BA in Sociology from the
University of Miami in 1978.
She is the 1982-83 GMJF
chairman for the South Dade
Division and was named an
Outstanding Young Woman
of America in 1974-73.
Maxine Schwartz graduated
from Barnard College with a
BA degree. Beginning in 1976
until the present, she has held
many leadership positions in
the GMJF. Presently, she is a
member of the Board of
Directors of the GMJF and its
Executive Committee and a
national Board Member of
UJ A-Women's Division.
Hal Lewis received his
education at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America and earned a BA at
Columbia University and a
MA at the University of South
Florida. He has ten years of
professional experience in
Jewish communal services
including past Community
Relations Director for the
American Technion Society in
Miami.
Mollie Fitterman and Alice
Zipkin feel they have provided
eminent speakers to help train
the women's leadership in
Palm Beach County. "Maxine
Schwartz, Mikki Futernick
and Hal Lewis exemplify
leaders who possess excellent
leadership abilities. They will
impart leadership skills to the
representatives of women's
organizations who will, in turn
bring their newly gained
knowledge back to their own
groups."
For more information,
contact Barbara Perry,
campaign associate, at the
Federation office.
Announcement to the Community
The Nominating Committee of the Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County informs and
advises that the following candidates for officers will be
presented for election at the Women's Division Election
Meeting on Wednesday, April 20, 1983.
OFFICERS
President
Vice President, Administration
Vice President, Campaign
Vice President, Education
Vice President, Outreach
Vice President, Business and
Professional
Vice President, Leadership
Development
Secretary
Sheila Engelstein
Joan Tochner
Marva Perrin
Julie Cummings
Carole Klein
Penny Beers
Adele Simon
Dorothy Greenbaum
In accordance with the by-laws, additional nominations
may be submitted in writing by any member of the
Women's Division no later than April 6, 1983, provided
any such written nominations shall be endorsed by at least
25 members of the Women's Division and that the written
consent of the nominee shall be obtained.
Respectfully Submitted by the Nominating Committee:
Marilyn Lampert, Chairperson; Carole Klein, Vice
Chairperson; Debbie Brass, Jeanne Glasser, Julie Cum-
mings.
likki Futernick
Gen. Herzog to be Israel's
New President
Maxine Schwartz
Hal Lewis
Continued from Page 1
head up Military Intelligence.
HERZOG THEN
RETIRED from the army and
from 1962-67. he became
director of the industrial
enterprises of Britain's Sir
Isaac Wolfson. But when the
Six-Day War broke out in
June, 1967, Herzog accepted
the job of official military
commentator for Kol Yisrael.
Herzog's latest triumph
comes as a result of Navon's
decision no longer to serve in
the presidency, which is
largely a ceremonial post
without political powers. But
Navon contributed to
politicizing the office more
than any of his precedessors,
and some observers even
predicted that he would take
on Prime Minister Begin after
he forced the issue in Israel by
demanding a commission of
inquiry into the massacres at
Shatila and Sabra during the
Lebanese war.


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How Soviets Perceive Us
They Believe U.S. Jews
Control American Policy
HIGHOftGEL
TEL e>*H -JTA. -
Sea.- Jk BMt eanaeai
Soviet mrnaaws froai
reacaee a surpraatj i
at a tceat "Etperj Coa-
fereace oa So%jet Jer>
Totfav. aeidlo Loaaoa.
-
nany aspects of 'Je
ail ere of tae firm
at HB kreauia i
xams tae eatifrauoa of
Jews was rooaMt at a firBB>-
aeul ;ca-'xaoa that the Jews
a the Lutes 5tata *ekl
great power aac RBI
or iBBBer
poicy aad e ?ou-
oes awards the Soviet L aioc
THE LONDOS OBBaeBK
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the ome bet': :r.ing
af the Jerasaierr. aence
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Li not these leaden
-** >ou ha^s b bat a-
:o know who wields power
Loo* at their aides and experts
nearly all of thenr are Jews
wno draft policy." the experts
aave been tokl
Diostein >aid The experts
: ail agreed that the krem-
ua .eacers ^em to believe the
treat bluff of the Protocols of
ia are
cooMtaced that a B Jewish
power ruastheL.S.. at least "
THE EXPERTS aBBBtaa
BB? London coafcrcaccaid
lathered to try aad estabush
what went rtaht aad led the
kreauin to bean bSowu^
jews to eatiarate. aad
eat wro aad broafht
it:. ae of
eaucratioa."
The kreaBB decisioa to
alow Jews leave the Soviet
Laioa to jota relatives at Is-
rael appears to have beea
takea soate taae betweea 1963
aad 1*65. hat oary -dripbts"
aaat*** to an exit visas by
1%-, whea rvea that trktk
was stopped m Jaly 19*7, at
the outbreaa of the six-day
Emiarauoa started asaia ia
September. 19M. bat it seems
to have beea the world outrage
at the .Leningrad trials and
the publicity eageodered by
C Fxst Brussels Coafereace
.-. brought about
kaaaai almost a mass
.-meat of Jews from the
:- Lmon.
B. 19*9 the exir figure
aafced a; over 50.000 but has
d annually from
- :oonl> 2.000 last
^gh a moathly
fifarc is no absolute uidi-
kt Januar> 1983 emi-
puc "H a bare 81.
* -. MB) 19 oi them coming
B MBBT1 all wen:
THE SOVIETOLOGISTS
ii.-ee that the move
: %BMrka rataa than to 1s-
kad bbI ie to do wuh
\-i~...-. decwioa to >low
a.
..' emigration restarted
in the late l%0'>. about
00 Kbhbb Jews havelef:
- ib Uaioa. \cconfBf
-?::mates. ar.
00 Russian Jews have
>ent their personal details to
Israel lor the Israeli govern-
ment to send on entrance visas
for presentation to the Soviet
:v This makes an
000.000 S*->vi<:
Jews who have left or have
shown an active interest in
caving :ne Soviet Lmon.
Arc .-.e rigure will almost
It u .
any uae.^.
*PPhjlt
At the saaae tiaae, the m>
her of refaseaias has reaakri
coastaat, at aaoat 3,007ya;
-evxeptfor bat year. Jg
the aaaaher rose sharphT
MOO. A refuseoik s desaaai
h, the eaperts as a BBJ 5
has received a formal .nm,
refasal to has applkatiot f.
MANY OTHERS are ax
offcaby refuseaiks oeoaa
tbey have aot yet received tk*
foraal rejectaoa Hundredt
or even thousands of thea,
have beea told to go back ad
bring farther details a
ddayiag tactic w hich a a form
of harmanat and imiawa-
BB1
The *ery fact of starting the
process which will hopefulh
eveataaly bad to an exit visa
a already a commitment ni-
sei! A* applications must be
seat by auil. and are dm
haad-carried by visitors ot
messeagers. they are an opa
and official announceaea,
because of censorship.
C uuens are frequenth sum-
moned to the visa office ad
queried about the contents of
letters from abroad, even if
;he letter itself has not >et ben
delivered by the post office to
the addressee.
ANOTHER POINT oa
which the Soviet experts were
agreed was that the kremlu
was reverting to an old
Leninist aad biahmst toeon
of the integration of oaiiooil
ebmenxs in the Sov let I niot-
Refereace :o "i fusion of
nationalities' h) Soviet kado i
> un Andropov alarmed lit
experts, as a hint oi a further
crackdown on ethnic and ra-
tional groups, including the
Jews. Batoathcothcrhand.il
a beaag made more diffic*
for Jews to "fuse" or a
tegraie through marriages *il
aoa- Jew >
"bonv
and
Ivory"
Join us for o spedoJ
evening of
'MUSIC rWt3C RND MfcM'
Soturdoy evening, flpri'9
quorter past eight
Huott Pokn SeooSes
sponsored by the
Young Rdufc Division
Jeuiish f^derobon of Polm Beoch Court)
t'OOaomw 1903
ST8.50 (*<**
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Friday, AprOT, 1983 /The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 5
What it takes to be a Riverside.
It takes years.
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JCC News
Seoul Leader. Harold Ochsteia. prepares (left lo right]
Mike Kirshner. Sean Frydaiaa aad Don Hutten for the
opening ceremonies of the Gulfslream Coaacil Jewish
Relations Committee Togetherness Dinner which was held
at the Jewish Community Center oa Wednesday, March 9,
IMS.
TAI CHI, an ancient form of gentle bod> movement and
self-discipline, is no* being offered Wednesdays from 3-4
p.m. b> the Jewish Communit) Center at 2415
Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach under the in-
struction of \ngela \rtemik [right] of Martial Arts Studio,
seen in the traditional black attire.
Photography Contest
1 he Jewish C 'ommunitv Center is sponsoring the Fourth
Annual I. S. Rapaport Memorial Photographs Contest for
all aspiring photographers 10-29 >ears of age. This contest
will be judged b> professional photographers of the
communit) and prizes will be awarded for first, second
and third place winners plus Honorable Mentions from
1250 to S10 in each of the three age divisions (10-14 years,
15-19 years, 20-29 >ears). Winners will be announced at the
JCC "s Annual Meeting on Sunday, -Vpril 24.
Contestants must depict some form of Judaic content,
be amateur photographers and can submit up to five
photograph- each. Deadline date is April 15. Show your
creative talent now"
I or registration and information. ..all Terric Lubin at
wv-""00.
Sunday Funday Finale
All kindergarten through 6th graders are invited to
enjoy the last two times to travel to Sunday-Funda\ on
\pril 10 and 24 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. at Camp Shalom
(Belvedere Road, one mile west of the turnpike) as part of
the Jewish Community Center's Children's Programs.
April 10 will be fun in Finland with Scandinavian foods,
arts and crafts and more and April 24 will be a Japanese
journey into the exotic an of Origami and Eastern fun.
Don't miss these last two exciting day s this Spring.
1 ees are S5 per dav for members and S6 per day for non-
members lor each child. To register call Terrie Lubin at
6*9-"00.
Host Families Needed
\- in previous summers, one Israeli scout will be joining
the camp staff this season, teaching our campers songs,
games and the culture of Israeli life. Host families are
needed lor this scout on a two week basis, beginning June
2U.
Living wuh American families gives our scout an op-
portunity to learn about our way of life and enjoy his-her
bnet visit to our country, plus our campers are able to
benefit irom their leadership and knowledge of Israel.
Previous hos* families have not onlv enioyed having the
scouts, but have formed life long friendships across the
sea.
Call the Jewish Community Center, 689-7700, to let us
know which two week period is best for you.
Health Fair '83
JCC Health Fair '83 will take place at Camp Shalom this
year on Wednesday, April 13 from 10:30 to 4 p.m.
sponsored by WTVJ-Channel 4, the American Heart
Association, Chevron and Prudential Foundation.
Locally, major co-sponsors will be Ready-Nurse, Mid-
County Medical Center and Thin-Life Center will also be
participating with us this year.
A team of medical professionals will be involved
throughout the day along with many volunteers at all
screening stations.
Lvervone who registers must take part in the following
no-lec screenings: height and weight, blood pressure,
anemia, visual acuity, along with summary and referral.
An optional blood chemistry test will be offered by Smith-
kline Laboratories for a fee of S8. Fasting time before this
test should be a minimum of one hour; three or four hours
preferred.
Reports will be available within 6-8 weeks, except in
emergency situations. Other optional screenings will be
glaucoma, podiatry, medic-alert, hearing and medicare
assistance.
Health Fairs take place throughout the country, with the
model set up by the National Health Screening Council. Its
purpose is to promote early detection of potential serious
medical problems and to advocate good health. Persons 18
years of age and over are invited to attend.
Transportation will be provided to Camp Shalom at
fixed routes.
Call Helen or Beth after 1 p.m. for Health Fair tran-
sportation information, 689-7703.
Jean Rubin, director of CSSC; Frances Witt, assistant
director of JCC, and Rhonda Cohen, senior coordinator,
who worked together to coordinate the Health Fair,
emphasized that this year's event will be the best ever.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER'S
ONE MORE TIME WAREHOUSE gratefully accepts tax
deductible donations of estates, automobiles, furniture,
household goods and appliances. For free pickups and
appraisals call: HAROLD at 471-1077 or 689-7700. We
invite you to browse at \our convenience at: 3420 W. 45th
St.. WPB. Mon.-Fri. 10a.m.-5 p.m.
The ICC is a beneficiary of the Jewish Federation of
P.ilm BcaJi Couiltv.
Readers Write
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a
EDITOR, The
Floridian:
The JCC "Koshrr i
Connection" has^co^
reality and is an intemil*
of the Jewish CoS. "
Center. Participant
meeting with each other am
also with our pre-school S
dren from time to time, a
eating together each
Those who are homebound
gratified and thrilled to have
hot lunch brought l0 ,hei
homes daily. This program,'
result of a grant. Title II] h
the OAA, funded ,hrou
Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging. "
National Council of Jevvlsh
Women initiated "Koshe
Meals on Wheels" over SS
years ago after an intensive
study made to assure the need
lor Kosher home delivered
meals. Persons had to pay a
minimum of $4 daily for each
meal. National Council of
Jewish Women developed and
provided this program in West
Palm Beach for many years
and worked together with the
JCC when the grant was pro-
posed. They will still be in-
volvcd in many phases of the
program and especially in aid
mg us to identify persons who
have the most need for these
services.
Many people have been in-
volved over the years in bring-
ing a led era II > funded Kosher
meal program to PalmBeach
County. Our thanks to Palm
Beach County Representatives
ol Ciullstreani Areawide
Council on Aging, I red Edel-
muth. President. Jewish
federation, the communit)
and our seniors lor their con-
tinuous interest and support.
I he JCC is privileged lo be
the agency to provide hot
kosher meals in Palm Beach
County.
JEANRlBh
Director Jewish Communit)
Senior Center
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y, April 1,1983 / The Jewiah Flpridiap of Palm Beach Comity Page 7
Florida Regional Young Leadership Conference to Convene
'Judaism And Israel A
Light Unto The Nations?"
will be the theme of the Sixth
Annual United Jewish Appeal
Florida Regional Young
Leadership Conference co-
sponsored by the Council of
Jewish Federations, The Flor-
ida Association of Jewish Fed-
erations and the United Jewish
Appeal. Hundreds of young
leaders from all over the State
will gather the weekend of
May 13-15 at the Greenlefe
Resort in Haines City to hear
scholar-in-residence Danny
Siegal, noted poet, writer and
lecturer and Mark Talisman,
Director of the Washington
Action Office of the Council
of Jewish Federations. The
program will be highlighted
with a special Shabbat experi-
ence, workshops and a politi-
cal update. There will also be
special creative programming
for children to encourage
family participation.
Danny Siegal calls himself
"the most famous unknown
Jewish poet in America." He
is the author of several books,
countless articles that have ap-
peared in Moment magazine
and the Third Jewish Cata-
logue. Siegal has spent many
years traveling around the
world to Israel, Russia and
Eastern Europe. He holds de-
grees in literature from
Columbia University and the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
He is also the instigator of a
creative tzedakah program he
originated over eight years
ago. "If our younger genera-
tion doesn't get involved with
tzedakah, then they are lost,"
stated Danny Siegal. "The
only organization today that is
teaching the value of giving, is
the Jewish Federation. With
your Young Leadership pro-
gram they are making inroads
in an important field that few
other Jewish groups are
touching."
Siegal's most recent book
"Gym Shoes and Irises: Per-
sonalized Tzedakah" will be
given to all participants at the
retreat.
Mark Talisman is a native
of Cleveland, Oh. He was the
youngest person ever ap-
pointed Administrative Assis-
tant in the House of Represen-
tatives, when he joined Con-
gressman Charles Vanik's
staff. He served there for 14
years and while doing so was
i on the Joint Committee of the
Congress on Internships. He
also served as Executive Direc-
tor of the program "Opera-
tion Government," which
produced prime time TV
programs on the workings of
|the Federation government.
Talisman was the founder
Rights of Man
President
PARIS (JTA) Michel
Blum, a 48-year-old Paris law-
Iyer, has been elected president
[of the International Federa-
tion for the Rights of Man, re-
placing Daniel Mayer who was
[appointed last month presi-
dent of France's Constitu-
tional Court.
Blum has been active with
[the Federation since 1970
[when he became vice president
I0' its French section. The
[international Federation for
Bhe Rights of Man was created
Sn 1922 and has since placed an
active role in fighting anti-
Semitism and racism through-
out the world.
It enjoys consultative status
|wuh a number of international
[organizations, including the
|}Jnited Nations and
|UNESCO.
and continues to be an instruc-
tor at the John F. Kennedy In-
stitute of Politics program for
new congressmen, which is
conducted every two years at
Harvard University immedi-
ately, following the November
elections.
He was a fellow at the John
F. Kennedy Institute of Poli-
tics and continues to teach
seminars and courses in the
Federal legislative process at
Harvard.
Scott Barnett of Miami, a
member of the National
Young Leadership Cabinet
will serve as chairman of the
conference. Serving with him
as Co-Chairmen are Jack H.
Levine of Miami, a member of
the National Young Leader-
ship Cabinet and National
Committee for Young Leader-
ship; and Carol Goss of Or-
lando, a member of the Na-
tional Young Women's Lead-
ership Cabinet.
For further information and
reservations, please contact
your local Federation office.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday. April 1, 1983
Organizations in the News
JEWISH
WAR VETERANS NO. 408
Ladies' Auxiliary
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans No. 408,
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday, April 19 at 12:30
p.m. at the Carteret Bank,
West Gate of Century Village,
West Palm Beach.
AMERICAN RED
MAGEN DAVID
FOR ISRAEL
On April 8, Friday evening
8:15 at Congregation Aashei
Stiolom, Netanya Chapter
ARM will be designated as
RMD Sabbath. Southeast Di-
rector Mr. Bob Schwartz of
RMD will address us. An
Oneg Shabbat will follow. All
are invited. Please come and
show your support for Israel's
second line of defense.
American Red Magen David
will hold its regular Executive
Board Meeting on Wednes-
day, April 27 at I p.m. at
American Savings Bank, West
Gate.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
Indian Springs Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold a fund raising event on
April 14, 12 noon, at the
Indian Spring Country Club,
Boynton Beach. A gourmet
lunch will be followed by cards
and games. The cost will be
$10.
Century Chapter Women's
American ORT will hold its
next meeting on Thursday,
April 14, 12:30 p.m. at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom.
Helen Nussbaum, Region
Chairman of Programs, of
North Palm Beach Division of
Women's American ORT, will
give a book review, of "Bub-
bles," the biography of Bever-
ly Sills. All are welcome. On
Sunday, April 17 from 9:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. the Chapter will
have a "Flea Market" at the
Village Market.
BRANDEIS
UNIVERSITY WOMEN
Boynton Beach Chapter
Monthly general meeting will
be held on Monday, April 18,
at 12:30 p.m. at the Royal
Palm Clubhouse. This will be
the last general meeting of the
season and is very important,
because there will be Election
of Officers. Surprise enter-
tainment is planned; refresh-
ments will be served.
April 4 at 1 p.m. is sched-
uled for the Board meeting, at
the home of Martha Sapir,
Bldg. II.
Please note the following
dates and places for the Study
Groups all commencing at 1
p.m.:
Friday, April 1 Anthro-
pology Study Group at the
home of Eva Walkes, Bldg. 8.
Leader: Irving Slavin, who
will continue his lectures on
the origin of man.
Tuesday, April 12
Current Events at the Royal
Palm Clubhouse. Leader:
Frank Goldman.
Friday. April 8 Please
meet at Barrington Founda-
tion, 900 E. Atlantic Ave.,
Delray Beach at 1:30 p.m. for
special exhibit of American
Folk Art. Call Sylvia Terry for
details.
Friday, April 29 Tribute
Luncheon at Bernards. All
pledges for tributes must be in
by April 25 to be eligible.
April IS, 16, 17 Annual
weekend at Harder Hall. Call
Edna Bienstock for reserva-
tions.
YOU DESERVE THE
BEST! Our elegant installa-
tion luncheon and fashion
show will be held at the Foun-
tains on Monday, May 2.
Contact Building Captains for
information and details.
Palm Beach Chapter, Bran-
deis University National
Women's Committee 35th
Anniversity luncheon, fashion
show and installation new
officers April 13, 11:30
a.m. at Garden Club Restau-
rant, 140 Sunrise Ave., Palm
Beach. For reservations please
call Hazel Rothbart, Chair-
man or Naomi Ginsburg.
HADASSAH
Yovel Hadauah West Pain
Beach calendar of events:
April 21 General mem-
bership meeting Congregation
Anshei Sholom 12:30 p.m.
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and directed by Norma Sirota,
managed by Billie Howard.
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Call or Mail To: Holiday Inn, 100 Datura Street at
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April 28 Study Group led
by Sara Gimble C.V. Club-
houses p.m.
Shalom West Palm Beach
Hadassah will hold its Board
meeting on April 14,1 p.m., at
American Savings. Member-
ship meeting takes place April
20, 12:30 p.m., at Anshei
Sholom. In honor of Israel In-
dependence Day, Joseph
Steinhardt, educator, will dis-
cuss Jewish Communities
Around the World. All wel-
come.
L'Shana Tova (1983) and
Passover (1984) greetings will
be published in a future edi-
tion of Kol Shalom. Donation
is $5 for both listings. Contact
Selma Brotkowsky or Pearl
Frey.
Golds Meir-Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah
Our regular meeting will be
held on Thursday, April 21, at
12:30 p.m. in Temple Beth
Sholom, 315 North "A" St.,
Lake Worth. A representative
of Flagler Savings and Loan
Assoc. will speak on a topic of
interest to our members. There
will also be musical entertain-
ment and door prizes. Invite
your friends to join you. Re-
freshments will be served.
On April II at 10 a.m. the
Study Group will meet at the
home of Dorothy Gole, to
hear Martha Sapir review "A
Season of Delight," by Joanne
Greenberg. Call Clara Lang to
say you're coming.
There will be a leadership
course given by the Palm
Beach Chapter of Hadassah
on Thursday, April 7, at 12:30
p.m. at the Sunrise Savings
and Loan Association on Mili-
tary Trail and Gun Club
Road, West Palm Beach.
Shalom West Palm Beach
Hadassah holds the annual
Book-Bake Sale and Mini
Bazaar on Sunday, April 17, 9
a.m.-I p.m., at the gazebo in
Dover, C.V. between
Buildings B & C. Boutique
items will also be on display.
Donations of books, baked
goods, bric-a-brac are wel-
come. For information, call
Bertha Rubin.
Shalom is proud to an-
nounce that it has two winners
in the essay contest, conducted
in honor of Hadassah's 70th
anniversary. Entries submitted
by our own Pearl Klein and
Betty Wasserman; Financial
Secretary, Sylvia Beck; Corre-
sponding Secretary, Freida
Gordon.
Final arrangements will be
made for the Open Board
Meeting and Installation to be
held on Thursday, April 28 at
12:30 p.m. in the Mediterrane-
an Room in Poinciana Place in
Lake Worth. Terry Rappa-
port. Member of Hadassah
National Service Committee
and Immediate Past President
of Florida Central Region will
be the Installing Officer.
Charlotte Jacobson, Honor-
ary Vice President of Hadas-
sah, Chairman of the Hadas-
sah Magazine and President of
the Jewish National Fund will
be the keynote Speaker.
All are welcome, refresh-
ments will be served.
B'NAI B'RITH
WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women, Ohav
Chapter in Golden Lakes Vil-
lage, will hold a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon and installa-
tion of new officers, on
Thursday afternoon, April 7,
at 1 p.m. in their own audito-
rium. At the same time they
will be celebrating Israel Inde-
pendence Day by featuring en-
tertainment performed by the
Village Royalettes who will be
presenting Israeli-European
Dancing and Belly Dancing.
Admission will be by member-
ship card only.
Special Event
A Luncheon and Card pan
for the benefit of the &
B'rith Children's Home in ^
rael will be held at "t
Club" at the Palm Beach Ha
ttl, 235 Sunrise Ave p,i
Beach, on Thursday, April?!
at 11:30 a.m. Donation ~t
per person. For reservation
please call Frances Chodosh
Plymouth P-124. *'
The third annual instaUa.
tion of officers of OlamChii.
ter, B'nai B'rith Women, 2
be held on Thursday, April 7
at 12 noon at the Poinciana
Room, Challenger Country
Club. Jo Berke, a national
B'nai B'rith Youth Organic
tion commissioner, will bethe
installing officer.
The following will serve the
chapter during the 1983-84
year:
President, Miriam Tanner;
Vice Presidents: Administra-
tive, Rhoda Lorraine; Mem-
bership, Edythe Zuckerberg;
Program, Gloria Arfa; Fund
Raising, Sara Halbert; Com-
munications, Freda Fern;
Treasurer, Jeanette Levine;
Financial Secretary, Natalie
Bedows; Recording Secretary,
Ethel Lesnick; Corresponding
Secretary, Ella Goldfarb;
Counselor, .Anita Oper-
Schwartz.
B'nai B'rith Women.
Masada Chapter, will hold in-
stallation of Officers on Tues-
day, April 12, at 7:45 p.m. at
the American Savings Bank, at
the West Gate of Century Vil-
lage. Rosalind Ornstein will be
the Installing Officer, and
Stella Zimmerman is the In-
stallation Chairman.
An investiture will be held at
which B'nai B'rith commemo-
rative pins will be presented to
those members who joined our
Masada Chapter in 1982 to
date.
Join us for an interesting
evening. Bring your friends.
Refreshments.
Following the luncheon and
installation there will be enter-
tainment. Please contact Phyl-
lis Kimmel for further infor-
mation.
Menorah Chapter No. 14%,
B'nai B'rith Women, will meet
on April 12 at I p.m. at the
American Savings Bank;
boutique 12 noon. Rose
Dunitz, raconteur, will tell
Jewish anecdotes. Refresh-
ments served.
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Elections will be held for the
following: President, Fanny
Schwartz; Organization Vice
President, Sylvia Beck; Co-
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Freedman; Membership,
Berenice Kassler; Fund
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issah Tikvah board -1 p.m. Congregation Anshei
lorn Men's Club board Brandeis University Women
lm Beach East board 10 a.m. Brandeis University
len Boynton Beach board -1 p.m. Temple Judea -
7:30 p.m. Hadassah West Boynton Beach -12
Ih Day of Passover Women's American ORT West
Beach board 12:30 p.m. Women's American
- Golden Lakes board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith
ken Chai board 8 p.m. Temple Israel Men's Club
er meeting JEWISH FEDERATION BUDGET &
)CATION MEETING 5:30 p.m.
Iregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood board 9:45
] Labor Zionist Alliance 1 p.m. Temple Beth
km Men's Club board National Council of Jewish
len Palm Beach board 10 a.m. Jewish Com-
ly Center board 8 p.m. Pioneer Women Ezrat -
I p.m. Hadassah Lake Worth -10 a.m. Women's
lican ORT North Palm Beach County Region -
1-9:30 a.m. :
I B'rith Women Olam -12:30 p.m. Morse Geriatric
Ir board of trustees 4:30 p.m. Hadassah Chai -
1 10 a.m. Hadassah Palm Beach County board -
a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav 1 p.m.
legations Aitz Chai Sisterhood -10 a.m. Hadassah -
jurion board 9:30 a.m. Pioneer Women -
[lore Herzl 1 p.m. Women's American ORT -
I Beach Evening Women's American ORT Lake
VCovered Bridge 12:30 p.m. Temple Judea
>Club- board.
Friday, April 1,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 9
Women's American ORT
District VI To Hold Convention
Dawn Schuman, a national
consultant in the field of adult
education and winner of the
bolomon Schechter Award for
the outstanding Jewish adult
education program in the
nation, will be the keynote
speaker for the 5th Biennial
Convention will be held May
Women's American ORT. The
Convention will beheld May
fie*! "* *ency
Hotel, Miami.
Ms. Schuman, whom
author Elie Wiesel has called a
rare and gifted teacher," is
the co-author of "The Jewish
Experience in America," a
curriculum used in Jewish high
school classes. She served as
an assistant to Martin Luther
King on the Board of the First
Women's Bank of llinois and
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
The six hundred delegates to
the Convention will represent
25,000 members of Women's
American ORT from eight
southeastern states. In addi-
tion to Ms. Schuman, they will
be addressed by Beverly
Minkoff, National President
of Women's American ORT
who is also the current presi-
dent of the Conference of
National Jewish Women's Or-
ganizations.
Marcia Light, Hollywood,
Florida, President of
DISTRICT VI, has announced
a series of six panels on Living
Jewish Values for the 80's,
featuring many well-known
educators, administrators,
lawyers and clergy including
Joel Arnon, Consul General
of Israel in Miami; Dr. Louis
Kleinman, Dean, Department
of Education, University of
Miami; Dr. Judith Stein,
Director of Career Education,
Dade County Schools; Janet
Reno, Florida State Attorney;
Sister Jeanne O'Laughlin,
President, Barry College;
Ruth Shack, Dade County
Commissioner; and Sylvia
Thompson, Executive Direc-
tor, American Civil Liberties
Union.
According to Mrs. Light,
the Convention will focus on
the ORT Woman of the '80's
the modern volunteer
whose wide-ranging concerns
including cults, quality educa-
tion, protection of human
rights and world wide Jewish
survival, mandate that she be
involved in spite of today's
changing lifestyles.
For further information call
Lil Rosenblatt 305-458-1557.
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On the Bookshelf
Fine Book by;
Namesake. By Michael Gold-
berg. Yale University Press,
New Haven: 1982. 192 Pp.,
$13.95.
By MORTON I. TEICHER
Jewish Floridian Book Editor
Although the original
French edition of this book
was published in 1980, it is as
current as today's newspaper.
A large section of the book
deals with Klaus Altmann-
Barbie, the "Butcher of
Lyons" who was Gestapo
commander of Lyons, France,
during World War II. After
thirty years in Bolivia, Barbie
has been finally returned to
France where he awaits trial
for "crimes against hu-
manity," including deporta-
tion of 650 Jews to Nazi death
camps.
Barbie's extradition to
France had earlier been de-
nied. Goldberg describes how
upset he was by this dubious
decision and how he de-
termined to kill Barbie him-
self, thus avenging the death
of his father who was one of
Barbie's victims.
AT THE last moment,
Goldberg could not bring him-
self to pull the trigger, think-
ing, "What does a quick death
mean to a purveyor of slow
death? What is death to a man
who has worn the uniform
with skull and crossbones?
No, justice will never be
done."
Subsequent events are ap-
parently proving that Gold-
berg was wrong. Justice will
finally come to this Nazi tor-
turer and killer, already sen-
tenced to death in absentia.
Goldberg is also wrong in
describing his story as
"banal." It is actually an ex-
%W
citing and beautifully-written
story which holds the reader's
attention from start to finish.
This noteworthy auto-
biography was translated by
the author himself from
French to English. His writing
skill is so admirable that the
reader does a double-take
when realizing that English is
not the author's native tongue.
GOLDBERG was born in
Paris in 1938. He was still an
infant when he lost his father
to the Nazis. During World
War 11, his mother kept their
Jewish identity "ex-
changing their name and send-
ing Goldberg to church. After
the war, they resumed the
name of Goldberg, but when
his mother remarried, Gold-
berg took the non-Jewish
name of his step-father and
suppressed his Jewishness.
He did well in school,
studying for a while in the
United States and then be-
coming a successful bank of-
Churba Predicts War
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according to Joseph Churba, a
former senior adviser to the
Arms Control and Disarma-
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Ronald Reagan when he was a
Presidential candidate.
Churba, who presently
heads the Center for Inter-
national Security, made that
prediction in an address to 350
delegates attending the nation-
al conference of Americans
for a Safe Israel here last Sun-
day. He said the Syrians would
be forced into war with Israel
by the Soviet Union in order to
test the newly installed Soviet
weapons systems in Syria,
such as the SAM-5 missiles.
ACCORDING to Churba,
"The Soviet Union controls
the deployment of the SAMs;
they and not the Syrians
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Churba contended that
since Israel's Defense Force
destroyed Arab military pow-
er, Israel is preventing Soviet,
hegemony in the Middle East
and "the United States is
having a free ride on Israel in
terms of national security and
defense." Churba accused
Reagan of saving the PLO in
Lebanon and claimed Secre-
tary of State Alexander Haig
was fired because he allowed
the Israelis to destroy the
PLO.
Reagan Administration
Middle East policy was de-
nounced by other speakers at
the conference. Ehud Olmert,
a Herut Knesset member, con-
demned the introduction of
U.S. marines into Beirut,
"which to a large degree en-
couraged the Russians to send
the SAM missiles into Syria."
HE BLAMED the U.S. for
frustrating Israel's desire for
peace with Lebanon by trying
to link the Lebanese negotia-
tions with the negotiations on
the West Bank.
Olmert also warned that Is-
rael "may not wait too long"
to annex the West Bank, as it
did the Golan Heights in 1981,
if the Arabs "are not ready to
accept us."
ficial. He married a non-Jew
and, although, they had three
children, the marriage failed,
ending in divorce.
In 1976, seeking his roots,
Goldberg made an often-post-
poned trip to Israel. His
journey back to Paris was
aboard the Air France flight
that was hijacked to Entebbe.
With great artistry, Goldberg
paints a stirring picture of
what happened to him and to
the other hostages. The happy
ending to this remarkable
event whets our appetite for
learning about it from all
angles. Goldberg's vantage
point is an unusual one, and
he succeeds abundantly in
helping us to relive the
momentous events of July,
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locaust
>rvance
snts
Ivors'
Dntinued from Page 1
communities all over
ltry. Our observance
ariicularly meaningful
because we are using
|ful drama to educate
km unity to the neces-
fcmembering the Holo-
kogues, churches,
Jand schools will hold
[observances to mark
Irance ol* the Holo-
jov. Graham, as well
[Palm Beach County
Loners, will issue a
lation to designate
through April 17 as
lust Remembrance
Arens Urges U.S.
Continued from Page 4
the press only last week by the
Pentagon to "balance" inci-
dents in which five marines
were wounded last week in the
Beirut area. According to
Maariv, the marines were
attacked by Palestinian terror-
ists.
American sources reported
that Barrow's letter was
written only a few days before
it was released to the press.
The Jerusalem Post claims
that the letter was leaked "by
an individual interested in
exacerbating U.S.-Israel rela-
tions" and was not published
officially by the Pentagon.
The letter appeared in the
Knight-Ridder newspaper
chain and was given to the rest
of the media Thursday.
Survivors, a play about the Holocaust and its effects on one's
emotions and psyche, will be sponsored by the Holocaust Com-
memoration Committee of the Community Relations Council
fur a Community Holocaust Observance to be held at Rosariau
Academy. Shown in a scene from the play are, front (left to
right] Debt Dubin, Debbie Yates; middle, [left to right] Lee
t handler, Jonathon Greenberg; rear (left to right] Avi Tiose,
Steven K. Polyanchek, and standing, Gordon Tobul.
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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
The JCC-CSSC has been
made possible by a variety of
funding sources. It is funded
in part by Title 111 of the Older
Americans Act awarded by
Gulfstream Areawide Agency
on Aging, Florida Department
of HRS, the Department of
Transportation. Jewish
Federation and client contri-
butions, enabling us to provi-
de a variety of services for the
older adult. The senior pro-
gram offers a variety of
educational and recreation
programs. Adult Community
Lducation, New Dimensions,
Jewish Family Services and
many other community agen-
cies, as well as retired and
practicing professionals,
provide many hours of enri-
ching and informative lectures
and classes. Most of these
activities are offered with no
fee but client contributions are
encouraged at all times to
enable expansion of programs.
I he Senior Center enjoys
participating in a variety of
special family activities and
events with the rest of the
JCC. Everyone is united to
attend all of our activities.
Call the JCC for information
689-7700.
JCC KOSHER LUNCH
CONNECTION
Kosher meals provided bv
the JCC through Title 111 of
the OAA, awarded by Gulf-
stream Areawide Council on
vging, has become a reality.
Participants are enjoying
oming to the JCC lor interes-
ng programs, along with a
ioI luncheon. Homebound
persons are already receiving
eals everyday. The JCC has
eloped a second program
l ongrcgation Anshei
bmuna in Delray.
v\ e welcome people 60 years
and older who cannot avail
themselves of any other meals
program in Palm Beach Coun-
ty to call the JCC, at 686-1661
lor details and information.
ADULT COMMUNITY
LDUCATION CLASSES-
PALM BLACH COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
The School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult Com-
munity Education provides
outstanding instructors and
classes at the Jewish Com-
munity Center throughout the
year. Spring session begins
Monday, April 11. The
following classes will be of-
fered weekly at the JCC.
Everyone is invited to attend.
No fee. Due to the holidays,
classes will begin on different
days. Please note below.
Monday, 1 p.m. Sound
Mind Sound Body: Joan Fox,
instructor, offers a new and
exciting approach towards
nutritional health care. Class
begins Monday, April 11.
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Family Living: A special class
to help you understand and
enjoy your children and
grandchildren, by exploring
today's lifestyles. Instructor,
Lois Marcello. Begins
Wednesday, April 20.
Wednesday, 1 p.m. Yoga
In Your Chair For Men And
Women: Learn to relax by
breathing and exercise, while
silting in your chair, with Bca
Bunze, instructor. Begins
April 20.
Wednesday, 4 p.m. Lip
Reading: This on-going course
is especially designed for those
with hearing impairment.
Anyone with any hearing
problem should attend.
Instructor, Darlene Kohuth.
Thursday, 1 p.m.
Positive Life Attitudes: A
great psychology lecture
series. Instructor Nita Young
returns to the JCC. Learn how
to enjoy life it's bright.
Begins April 14.
Friday. 9:30 a.m. Writers
Workshop: For those who
wish to learn techniques in
writing creatively. Instructor,
Ruth Graham. Begins April
15. Registration necessary.
Limited enrollment. Call Rose
xLibby 689-7703.
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Monday. 10 a.m.
Creative Craft Circle Life
Review: This class meets every
Monday morning. Join a great
group and make a variety of
creative items along with short
discussions of everyday exper-
iences. Lee Blumenthal and
Evelyn Katz, group leaders.
Eugene Topperman, LCSW,
facilitator. Everyone is in-
vited.
Tuesday. 10 a.m. On
Stage: A Drama Workshop
designed lor persons interested
in all phases of drama. Direc-
tor, Dick Sanders and Group
Coordinator, Sylvia Skolnik.
This class meets every Tuesday
morning.
Tuesday. 1 p.m. Timely
Topics for Thinking
Women'Round Table Talk
For Men: Two fantastic
current events discussion
groups that meet jointly on
Tuesday April 19 and 26.
Wednesday. 10 a.m.
W omen and Their Feelings: A
small women's support group
will meet Wednesday mor-
nings to enable participants to
discuss their problems of
everyday living. Group leader,
Marilyn David, MSW .
Number of persons limited.
Call Rose Lord or Libby
Robbins 689-7703 to register.
Class begins April 20.
Thursday, 1 p.m.
Speakers Club: Morris
Shuken, President, invites all
who are interested in im-
proving speaking to attend this
group each week.
Thursday, I p.m.
Beginners Conversational
Spanish: Ann Blicher, instruc-
tor, encourages persons to
learn this new and often used
language. (We are becoming a
bilingual country like the rest
of the world).
Thursday, 2 p.m. Health
Insurance Assistance: Edie
Reiter, Health Insurance Co-
ordinator, will assist persons
with health insurance forms,
answer questions, etc. the
third Thursday of every
month. This month Ms. Reiter
will be here on April 21.
JOY THROUGH
MOVEMENT
Thursday, 9:15-11 a.m.
JCC Extension Course:
Provided by Ceil Golden,
Dance Therapist at Poinciana
Place in Lake Worth in the
Social Hall, courtesy of the
Challenger Country Club.
Course includes exercises for
hands, feet and body. Basic
ballet to make you feel free to
move gracefully. 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 off ten minutes on
subjects of interest to students
in the class. Fee $8 for 8
lessons. All proceeds go to the
JCC of the Palm Beaches.
SECOND TUESDAY
CLUB ACTIVITY
Sam Rubin, President, an-
nounces that the Second Tues-
day Social Activity will be
cancelled this month. Watch
for a special May meeting.
Everyone is invited to parti-
cipate in HEALTH FAIR '83,
the following day, Wednes-
day, April 13.
Bouquets to many of the
active people of this great
group for participating in so
many of our activities and
special events. Tuesday
people manned Food Centers
for Chanukah, Purim, and
will also be doing this for
Israel Independence Day.
They work in the JCC Lunch
Connection Program as hosts
and hostesses and program
leaders.
A special thanks for their
participation in the JCC
Lunch Connection Dedica-
tion. A great big thanks too
lor always being "there"
when we need you. You're a
Beautiful Group of People!
A CAMPING
EXPERIENCE IN MAY
Sunday. May 22 to Friday.
May 27: Camp Barney
Medintz (80 miles outside of
Atlanta. Georgia). Fee in-
clude-. 3 meals a day, bus
transportation and all
programs. Member $185, non-
members $200.
This is the first ol what we
hope to become an annual trip
with Orlando, Tampa and
Atlanta Jewish Community
C enters.
TRANSPORTATION
The JCC's transportation
service has been the lifeline to
hundreds of older persons
over the years. Our service
through the Title 111 of the
Older Americans Act is availa-
ble lor transit disadvantaged
persons 60 and over, who are
unable to drive and cannot use
the public transportation
system. Wc take people to
doctor's appointments, to
treatment centers, to
hospitals, nursing homes to
visit spouses, to social service
agencies and for food
shopping. Please call Helen or
Beth in Senior Transportation
Office for information about
our scheduling. There is no fee
for this service but client
contributions are encouraged
so that we can continue to
serve more and more people.
We offer another service to
the community as a result of
vehicles awarded to use
through the Urban Mass
Transportation Act by the
Department of Transportation
and the support of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. At this time we will be
serving groups of persons who
have specific transportation
needs. Under this funding we
are able to take people to a
variety of places, both day or
nite. Groups and organiza-
tions can call the JCC to
arrange to go to luncheons,
theatre, shopping, exhibits,
trips, etc. A moderate group
fee for each event is charged to
cover our vehicle and driver
expense. Our lift van is
available for handicapped
persons within limited areas
Call Rhonda Cohen for in
formation for these services
689-7700.
Around
thelbwn
STACI LESSEI
Passover is a time for family and friend,, i
Seder table together. Miriam and Seymonr Jj-
Royal Palm Beach will be spending theTeX\S&
their daughter and son in law the "doctors "a ^
Robert Colton in North Miami Beach Fourte
expected. Miriam along with Robert's moS?&
will prepare the dinner. After all, what are mothersf!
One of our own artists, David Wii|jam ri i
Palm Beach will be part of an exhibition at the wi
Gallery. Over 150 paintings were submitted for
and only 32 were selected for this important exhih
Gmsburg's two paintings "SAUALlTtv
"PROMISED LAND" were selected.
David is a national exhibiting artist whose wort
been viewed in San Diego, Youngstown, New
Atlanta, New York, and on and on.
David is a member of THE INTERNATirv.
SOCIETY OF MARINE PAINTERS. This S
continue until April 9. So anyone Gulf coast bound-
in and visit.
Mazol Tov to Jean and Jerry Rubin on thei
engagement of their daughter Donnato DonGibor.i
May Cahorof Atlanta. More news about this lovely'a
to follow.
A fairy tale wedding come true. On March2
Gilbert and Marty List were married at Temple la
Wesl Palm Beach. Rabbi Howard Shapiro of iL
Israel and Rabbi Howard Hirsh of Temple Beth ^
officiated.
Karen is the daughter of Betteand Morlv Gilbtflj
Marty is the son of Cynnieand Bob List.
Karen and Marty met each other as counsetaj
Camp SJiolom and they have been together ever since?
Karen's sisters, Marsha, Sherri. and Lauriei
Marty's sisters, Dede and Karen were the la,
bridesmaids. Rene Segal was the maid of honor. Joiaj
Fuss. Richard Morrison. David Perelz, Alan Coi(
I rank Brow n scrv cd as ushers. The best man was Rod!
(Karen's sister Laurie's husband.) Nephews A dm
Jeffrey Max alone with cousin Melissa Carrpreced
bride as ring bearers and flower girl.
family, including Marty's grandmother .
Kornhanser and Karen's grandfather Paul Gilbert,)*
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beautiful simcha. I he love and happiness that ratuj
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Amis: No Intention to Attack Syria
By GIL SEDAN day that Israel had no inten-
JERUSALEM (JTA) tion to attack Syria, though he
Defense Minister Moshe Arens warned that if Syria escalated
assured Knesset members Sun- the situation in the north, for
whatever reasons, "The scope
of the Israeli reaction would
be dictated by Israel."
Israel's Bonds Announces 3rd
Arens spoke at a closed ses-
sion of the Knesset's Foreign
Affairs and Security Commit-
__ *w** MM tee, a body he had chaired be-
Vanable Rate Issue of $200,000,000 fore he was named Ambas-
sador to the U.S. over a year
ago. He was responding to
Labor MK Mordechai Gur, a
former Chief of Staff, who
urged the government not to
maintain an aggressive policy
and refrain from any military
initiative against Syria.
Announcements
Announcements such as engagements, weddinas ann
Bat Mitzvahs are published as a free service by 77, ^'
Floridian. Information should be sent To- 50i si",*'*
Drive. Suite 305, W. Palm Beach, FL 33401 if ri **>
attach a clear black and white photograph.
red.
Best Wishes for a Joyous Passov
er
With the completion of the
sale of its second issue of Isra-
el Variable Rate Bonds, the
Development Corporation for
Israel, the corporate structure
of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, is now offering a third
issue of $200 million of its
Variable Rate Bonds (VR1) to
employee benefit plans, pen-
sion plans, foundations and
other funds.
The announcement of the
new issue was made by Yehu-
dah Halevy, President and
Chief Executive Officer of the
Bond Organization.
"Our VR1 Bond, which we
offered for the first time two
years ago," he said, "has
proved to be one of the fastest
selling instruments in the 32
year history of the Bond Orga-
nization. Trustees of employee
benefit plans and foundations
who want an attractive return
and wish to support Israel's
economic development can
perform a service for their
funds and for Israel by invest-
ing in VR1 Bonds."
The interest rate for the
period ending April 1 is 10.5
percent. The Bond pays a
minimum of T/i interest plus
half the excess, if any, of the
average prime rate over 7 Vi as
determined on April 1 and Oc-
tober 1 of each year.
The initial subscription for a
Variable Rate Bond must be
$25,000 or more. Purchase of
less than $25,000 may also be
made, but only within 12
months after the initial pur-
chase of $25,000 or more.
Thereafter, the purchase again
must be $25,000 or more.
The Variable Rate Bond
matures in 12 years. However,
it can be redeemed after three
years from the date of pur-
chase of 120 days'notice or
earlier in the event of the dis-
solution of the employee
benefit fund or the death of an
individual IRA or Keogh Plan
beneficiary.
The Variable Rate Issue was
previously available only to
employee benefit plans. It can
now be purchased by founda-
tions and public endowment
funds.
The VRI is available to
Profit-Sharing Plans, Pension
and Retirement Funds of all
kinds. Union Funds of all
kinds, Keogh Plans, Indivi-
dual Retirement Plans (IRA),
Foundations and Public En-
dowment Funds.
Dr. & Mrs. Jerome Rubin
and family
Arens called on Syria's
leaders to confer with Israeli
leaders over peace talks be-
tween the two countries. He
also called on King Hussein of
Jordan to join the peace
process with Israel but rejected
a freeze on Jewish settlement
activity in the occupied terri-
tories as a condition for Jor-
dan's participation.
Speaking of Israel's re-
lations with the U.S., Arens
maintained that the two coun-
tries agreed on the strategic
level but their views differed
on the tactical level. He noted
that mutual concessions were
necessary between allies and
said Israel abandoned its de-
mand for a peace treaty with
Lebanon at this time at the
urging of the U.S. He added,
however, that Israel would
make no concessions "on
matters of life or death."
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Invites You to Hear
SENATOR HENRY M. "SCOOP" JACKS
Middle East Foreign Policy and Insight for the Pud
April 17,1983 8:00 P.M.
$8.00 Per Ticket
Send postage-paid, self-addressed envelope, or pick i
tickets at Temple Emanu-El office, 9 to 3, Moo
through Friday.
190 North County Road
Palm Beach, Fla. 33480
Alan H. Cummings Joel Chan
President Rabbi
Religious directory
Conservative
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton 33432. Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore
Feldman. Sabbalh services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Congregation AnsheiSholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212. Office hours 9
a.m. to I p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman. Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Daily:
8:30 a.m. andS:30 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m. late service at 8:15 p.m.,
followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m., Mincha followed by
anolosh Suedos. '
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, FI. 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi
Joseph Speiser. President, Gerson Feit. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30 d 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 I rail. Palm Beach
Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach. Phone 845-1134.
Rabbi William Marder, Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p.m., Saturday 10a.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 9a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue 'G.' Belle Glade 33430. Cantor Jack Stateman. Sabbath
services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. 'A' Street, Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel
Eisenberg, Cantor Jacob Elman. Services Monday and Thursday at 8:15 a.m.
Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zion
Lions Club, 700 Camelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach, Friday night 8 p.m and
Saturday 9 a.m. President, Eli Rosenthal, 102 Swan Parkway, Royal Palm
Beach, FL 33411, Phone 793-0643. Cantor Albert Koslow.
Temple B'nai Jacob
al Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Drive. Palm Spring 33461
Temple B'nai Jacob: Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman. President Jacnh wL'
Phone 964-0034. Sabbath services, Friday a, 8 p.mI^.tu"d.y^?9 a S'
Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
Temple Lmanu-EI
190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel
Cha/in. Cantor David Dardashti. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p m
Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Emeth
SO 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
The Treasure Coast Jewish Center [Martin County]
3257 S.E. Salerno Road (opposite Winn-Dixie), Stuart FL 33490 Pre
Leaf Grazi: 1-287-7732. Friday Service 8 p.m.
Conservative-Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 miki
Boca Turnpike). The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3, Boca Raton 33432.1-
368-1600, 391-1111. Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn. Sabbath services, Friday*!
pm Orthodox
Aib Chaim Congregation Ceotury Village
mivkSl.ufi: Pho"e;n689-W5. Sabbath services 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.1
services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshei r my
HBvnSL,DKin Pinii Ddray Bcach 33446' Phone 4-7407 or49"1
Holidays9a m Y SCrViCCS 8 **' and 5 pm- Sa,UfH
Reform
The Reform Temple of Jupiter-Teqaesta
at The New Jupiter Middle School, South Military Trail. Jupiter, Florid^
hone 747-4235. President Jeanne Tarsches. Services the second and1"
Friday ol every month at 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432. Phone 391-8900. Rbbi^
Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m., SaturW"
a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer. Sabbath morning services 10:30 .
Temple Beth Shalom
Bahh?Sf.n'SKP,riSS Ha,, 20th Avenue & Victory Blvd., Vero Beach, FL!
Kabbi Stephen Adams, Phone 1-569-0180. President: Dr. SethCoren.
Temple Beth Torah
at Si. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd. and WdIL
mil' u CKuHc,m Beach- Mai,in* ^dress: 1125 Jack Pine St.. Westtgjft
K.an!cM793 27O0)en Wcs,man' Can,or Nicholas Fenakel, President W
Temple Israel
Hmi.Vd0,5!h Fla8|errPve, West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-8421. -
Shuialn T'-^ 'Avin* B Cohen. Rabbi Emeritus, Dr Rk ^
Wei SLhh ,P/esidem' Ccceil Tishman. Educator, Cantorial Soloist *
weiss. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Judea ..
Lane ^l^'T^ ,Can,or Ri,a Shore- B*'bara Chane. President, M
n m Ivw nhc Fl; 33463- Pnone 965-7778. Services Friday.eyewjf
wTshinVSi 113' Scl" C,a,herine's Gck Orthodox Church Social HalU
Washington Rd. at Southern Blvd.
.. Temple Sinai ki
Daelranv Phnn M,2?2?isl Church- Corner of Lake Ida Rd. and SwgooJ
33444yR?h? k2 6"6 6e Mailin* address 205 N.W. 9 Street. Del" J
W. Rabb. Samuel Silver, President, Bernard Etish. Friday services*"


Friday, April 1,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15

III
_ eNews
Candle Lighting Time Friday, April 1, 6:20
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
|he Men's Club of Congre-
|on Anshei Sholom will
their monthly member-
breakfast meeting on
[day, April 10th at 9:30
vo teenagers who traveled
fugh Israel will present
viewpoint of Israel.
Ise attend. Members only.
Sisterhood of Anshei
llom will hold its Board
[ting on Monday, April
at 9:45 a.m., and its
leral Meeting on Tuesday,
ll 19, at 1 p.m., when
pn Nussbaum will give a
report of "Bubbles, A
[Portrait*' by Beverly Sills.
SISTERHOOD OF
BUM KODESH
tisterhood of Beth Kodesh
hold their regular meeting
Thursday, April 14, at the
Bled Congregational
)rch, 115 N. Federal High
I, Boynton Beach at I2:3(
I lie family Tree Beauty
)n will demonstrate on live
dels the importance of a
[style. There will also be a
stion and answer period
^rding the care of hair and
!e urge all to attend.
TEMPLE
BETH DAVID
temple Beth David an-
Inces their Passover
edule Shabbat Choi Ha-
fcd (The Intermediate Sab-
\) Friday, April 1, 8
Area Deaths
Bea
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pi. H of Sheffield H-190, Century
Wett Palm Beach. Levitt-
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83, of Haatlnga O-10T. Century
A Weit Palm Beach. Levltt-
wm Memorial Chapel, Weat Palm
F*arb
. 72, of 180 Cape Cod Circle, Lake
Riverside Memorial Chapel,
(Palm Beach. ^P~.
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K 86, Century Village, Weat
ach. Menorah Garden, and
Chtpeta. Weet Palm Beach.
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> Riverside Memorial Chanel
falm Beach. -
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E1 W" Beach. Rivemlde
Hal Chapel. Weat Palm Beach.
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of Bedford 1230. Century VU-
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p.m. and Saturday, April 2, 10
a.m. Closing days of Passover
Monday, April 4 10 a.m.
Seventh Day of Passover (Fes-
tival Service), and Tuesday,
April 5, 10 a.m. Eighth Day of
Passover, including Yizkor
Memorial Service. Services at
this time are being held at
Westminster Presbyterian
Church, Military Trail and
Burns Road, Palm Beach
Gardens. Rabbi William
Marder is the spiritual leader,
accompanied by Cantor Earl
Rackoff. All are welcome.
"COURAGE AND
RESISTANCE"
There will be a Holocaust
Memorial Service Sunday,
April 10, at 11 a.m., in the
Sanctuary of Temple Emanu-
El. 190 North County Road,
Palm Beach.
It is time for Jews once
again to comprehend the
meaning of their Jewish
identity, and to draw strength
from examples of extraor-
dinary heroism.
The Service, entitled
"Courage and Resistance,"
will bring together the children
of the Temple Emanu-El Re-
ligious School with members
of the congregation who are
Holocaust survivors, in a
poignant candle lighting cere-
mony.
The prayers and readings
have been selected by the con-
gregation's spiritual leader,
Rabbi Joel Chazin. Special
commemorative music will be
sung by Cantor David Dar-
dashti. The entire community
is invited to participate.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel Men's Club
will meet Tuesday, April 5.
Hospitality hour is 6 p.m. and
steak dinner 7 p.m. Rabbi
Howard Shapiro will give an
illustrated lecture on his recent
trip to Poland and France.
Rabbi Shapiro was one of a
select nationwide group of
Rabbis invited to visit Poland
and France under the auspices
of the United Jewish Appeal.
They saw at first hand the re-
mains of the Warsaw Ghetto,
the horrors of Auschwitz and
the conditions under which the
Jews of Poland live today. In
Paris they learned of the prob-
lems of the Jewish community
in the face of all terrorist
actions they contend with.
This will prove to be an excep-
tionally educational and en-
lightening evening. Friends
and guests are invited. Call the
Temple office to make
reservations.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Temple Judea Passover
Sabbath Services will be con-
ducted Friday, April 1 at 8
p.m. in the social hall of St.
Catherine's Greek Orthodox
Church at the corner of
Southern 'Blvd. and Flagler
Drive. Rabbi Joel Levine and
Cantor Rita Shore will offi-
ciate.
As part of Music Sabbath,
Cantor Shore will leach the
congregation new liturgical
music. Included will be new
Ein Kelohaynu from the 1982
Israeli Chassidic Festival.
Temple Judea members are
familiar with the music which
Cantor Shore selects from all
14 Israeli Chassidic Festivals.
This music emphasizes the
contemporary nature of serv-
ice Juued .'.' Temple
Judea. Temple Judea prides
itself as a singing congrega-
tion. Families are especially
invited to attend and learn the
music of our Jewish cultural
heritage.
Following services, mem-
bers and guests are invited to a
Passover Oneg Shabbat. For
more information, leave your
name and telephone number
with the Temple office.
Lee and Candy Fischer.
Best costume winners in-
cluded Susan Levine, best fe-
male; Judge Edward Fine, best
male; Dr. Jeffrey and Anne
Faivus, best theme costume;
and Bill and Denise Meyer,
best couple. The Young
Couples and Singles is open to
people in their 20's, 30's and
early 40's.
Abba Eban
The Young Couples and
Singles of Temple Judea are
planning a special Third Seder
for Sunday afternoon, April 3.
This Seder is especially de-
signed for families with chil-
dren.
Rabbi Levine will incor-
porate music and pantomime
into the seder ceremony allow-
ing for maximum participa-
tion from children of all ages.
Passover supper will be pro-
vided by each family in a pic-
nic atmosphere at Dreher
Park, east of 1-95, south of
Summit Blvd.
Young Couples and Singles
who are not yet members of
Temple Judea are especially
invited to attend, However,
reservations are required.
Leave your name and tele-
phone number with the Tem-
ple office.
At the Purim Masquerade
Party, close to 60 people had a
wonderful evening. This event
was held in the home of Dr.
Abba Eban To Speak
At Temple Beth El
The Temple Beth El Cul-
tural Series announces the ap-
pearance of His Excellency
Ambassador Abba Eban on
Saturday evening, April 2 at 8
p.m. The lecture will be given
at the Temple with the spon-
sorship of the Palm Beach
Jewish World. Ambassador
Eban's subject will be "Pros-
pects For Peace in the Middle
East. Reality or Fantasy!"
An international celebrity,
statesman and brilliant orator,
Abba Eban needs little intro-
duction to the American Com-
munity. His "Churchillian use
of the English Language" has
enthralled millions of Ameri-
can readers and television
viewers who have followed his
memorable appearances at the
United Nations and at forums
around the world.
As an internationally recog-
nized statesman, Ambassador
Eban has wielded his razor-
sharp oratory against the
enemies of human rights,
against tyranny of the
majority in international or-
ganizations, and against the
foes of all free world causes.
Abba Eban has played an
important role in Israel's for-
eign affairs, serving as Foreign
Minister; Ambassador to the
United Nations, and Ambas-
sador to the United States. He
has also served as President of
the famous Weitzman Insti-
tute, the outstanding scientific
research institute of the Mid-
dle East.
Tickets are available in ad-
vance by calling the Temple
Beth El office. Some tickets
will also be available at the
door on the night of the lec-
ture. The Temple is located at
2815 North Flagler Drive in
West Palm Beach.
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Do Ex-Nazis Lead Ghetto Memorial?
Workmen's Circle: Yes!
NE* YORK (JTA) -
The head of the world's largest
Jew ish fraternal order charged
thai to Polish Communisi
organizers arranging the 40th
anniversary commemoration
of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising
on Apr 19 are still leaders of a
political faction in Poland res-
ponsible for anti- Semitic
purges and assaults during
1968-69.
Dr. Israel kugler. president
ol the Workmen's Circle, said
that he was communicating
with American Jewish leaders
and their counterparts abroad
and in Israel who might be
"lured b> decent instincts" to
participate in the Polish gov-
ernment-sponsored >* arsav.
Ghetto commemoration
uprising "to renounce this
event tor the cynical insult it
rms become to all those mar-
yred and who have survived
:he Holocaust."
klGLfcR SAID that the
principal organizer of the Apr.
19 Warsaw event was a post-
>& orld War 1 organization
knowr. as BOW ID Associa-
tion of Fighters for Freedom
and Democracy and that
Mieczyslav Moczar, chairman
of us centra) council, and
Ylodzimierz Sokorski, presi-
dent of its board, were both
leaders during 1968-69 of a
special political faction of the
Polish Communist party
which bears Moczar's name
thai engaged in wide-spread
anti-Semitic propaganda ac-
tivities.
BOW ID. itself, Kugler
charged, was notorious after
V. orld W *j 1 for anti-Semitic
incitements, and during World
V* ar 11 us members aided and
abetted the Nazi occupiers by
hunting for Jews in the
forests.
"The mcongruiiv of this
whole affair is that Sokorski
joined the Moczar faction in
1968 and. as a journalist, ees
director of the Polish govern-
ment's Committee of Radio
and T\ During this period, as
perhaps none other in Po-
land's otherwise sordid anti-
Semitic history. anti-Semitic
propaganda, often using texts
lifteo from the Nazi publica-
tion Der Stunner, reached all-
time highs. Sokorski, who is
ironically organizing the War-
saw Ghetto uprising event,
and is listed as one of the prin-
cipal speakers, as Moczar's in-
tellectual leader, was part of
the Gomulka regime's plan to
make Poland Judenrein
Je-Free.
The edict against Jews under
the regime of Wladyslav
Gomulka began immediately
after the Six-Day War and
Moczar's faction within the
Communist Party took up the
government's cry that Polish
Jews arc the fifth column"
and expanded it to create an
atmosphere during which
thousands of Jews who had
returned to Poland after
World V*ar II began a mass
exodus, Kugler said.
Assaults and harassments at
the time were "part of the
Polish government's anti-
Semitic manipulation of its re-
maining small Jewish commu-
nity." Kugler stated. He said
that some American Jewish
leaders and some others "who
have misjudged" the situation
"are going to Poland to say
Kaddish. which they can do at
anv time and should but
Levi to Replace Eitan
By HI GH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTA)The
Cabinet, meeting in special
session, accepted the proposal
of Defense Minister Moshc
Arens to appoint the Deputv
Chief of Staff, Maj. Gen
Moshe Levi, as Chief of Staff.
He w ill take over his new post
as Israel's 12th Chief of Staff
from Gen. Rafael Eitan when
he retires on ApT. 19.
LE\ IS APPOINTMENT
has been w idely anticipated, as
Arens had clearly preferred
him over his rivals. Major
Generals Avigdor Ben-Gal and
Dan Shomron. Among Levi's
first tasks will be to meet with
Arens on a number of new
appointments of senior of-
ficers to head area commands
and functional corps such as
the Intelligence Corps.
Levi, who was born in Iraq,
was a former commander of
the army's Central Command
but has never headed a large
formation in wartime. But as
Commander of the Central
Command he was for many
years in charge of the army on
the W csi Bank. He is regarded
as a very thorough, quiet, but
"extremely basic" com-
mander, according to officers
who have worked with him.
HOMEBOUND?
II you are trying to keep things going, but ere
experiencing difficulties the Jewish Family &
Children's Service of Palm Beach County, Inc., would
like to know.
Evaluations tor the agency's new "Home Health
Aides scholarship program are still available through
agency Quick Response personnel. Up to 4 hours of
service weekly may be provided to qualified persons in
need.
For a confidential consultation call J.F. & C.S. 664-1991
Jewish Family and Children's Service
of Palm Beach County, Inc.
2250 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.. Suite 104
West Palm Beach. Flor.da 33409
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not dictated by those whose
records are stained by the
blood of Jews victimized in
pogroms or by those
responsible for perpetuating a
history saturated wilh the
blood of Jewish martyrs and
other victims.
"We totally support and
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Director Appointed
Continued fran Pag* 1
Rockland County Department
of Social Services, Medicaid
Unit, Division of Long Term
Care assessing nursing home
placements and Medicaid
eligibility. Boord went on to
serve as the Director of Social
Services at Elmwood Manor
Health Care Center before
moving to Arizona where he
directed case work services at
Scottsdale Memorial Hospital.
Subsequently, he became
acting administrator at the
Phoenix Indian Center and
developed programs and
budgets for social services at
the State Department of Eco-
nomic Security, Di\ision of
Budeet and Planning. Boord
was offered a Fulbri
Scholarship as a
candidate for his
"Family Policy in ]
Kingdom."
Boord is enthusiastic.
the high level of care i
being planned for the re
of the Morse Geriatric!
and his opportunity i0 b of those providing those!
dividualized, quality sen
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convinced that the
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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
The JCC-CSSC has been
made possible by a variety of
funding sources. It is funded
in part by Title III of the Older
Americans Act awarded by
Gulfstream Areawide Agency
on Aging, Florida Department
of HRS, the Department of
Transportation, Jewish
Federation and client contri-
butions, enabling us to provi-
de a variety of services for the
older adult. The senior pro-
gram offers a variety of
educational and recreation
programs. Adult Community
Education( New Dimensions,
Jewish Family Services and
many other community agen-
cies, as well as retired and
practicing professionals,
provide many hours of enri-
ching and informative lectures
and classes. Most of these
activities arc offered with no
fee but client contributions are
encouraged at all times to
enable expansion of programs.
The Senior Center enjoys
participating in a variety of
special family activities and
events with the rest of the
ICC. Everyone is invited to
attend all of our activities.
Call the JCC for information
689-7700.
JCC KOSHER LUNCH
CONNECTION
Kosher meals provided by
the JC C through Title III of
the OAA, awarded by Gulf-
stream Areawide Council on
tging, has become a reality.
Participants are enjoying
iming io the JCC lor interes-
ng programs, along with a
hoi luncheon. Homebound
: i sons are already receiving
eals everyday. The JCC has
developed a second program
ai t ongregation Anshei
i muna in Dclray.
We welcome people 60 years
and older who cannot avail
themselves of any other meals
program in Palm Beach Coun-
iv to call the JCC, at 686-1661
lor details and information.
ADL'LT COMMUNITY
EDUCATION CLASSES-
PA I.M BEACH COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
The School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult Com-
munity Education provides
outstanding instructors and
classes at the Jewish Com-
munity Center throughout the
year. Spring session begins
Monday, April 11. The
following classes will be of-
fered weekly at the JCC.
Everyone is invited to attend.
No fee. Due to the holidays,
classes will begin on different
days. Please note below.
Monday, I p.m. Sound
Mind/Sound Body: Joan Fox,
instructor, offers a new and
exciting approach towards
nutritional health care. Class
begins Monday, April 11.
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Family Living: A special class
to help you understand and
enjoy your children and
grandchildren, by exploring
today's lifestyles. Instructor,
Lois Marcello. Begins
Wednesday, April 20.
Wednesday, 1 p.m. Yoga
In Your Chair For Men And
Women: Learn to relax by
breathing and exercise, while
silting in your chair, with Bea
Bunze, instructor. Begins
April 20.
Wednesday, 4 p.m. Lip
Reading: This on-going course
is especially designed for those
with hearing impairment.
Anyone with any hearing
problem should attend.
Instructor, Darlene Kohuth.
Thursday, 1 p.m.
Positive Life Attitudes: A
great psychology lecture
series. Instructor Nita Young
returns to the JCC. Learn how
to enjoy life it's bright.
Begins April 14.
Friday, 9:30 a.m. Writers
Workshop: For those who
wish to learn techniques in
writing creatively. Instructor,
Ruth Graham. Begins April
15. Registration necessary.
Limited enrollment. Call Rose
or Libby 689-7703.
ONGOING PROGRAMS
Monday, 10 a.m.
Creative Craft Circle/Life
Review: This class meets every
Monday morning. Join a great
group and make a variety of
creative items along with short
discussions of everyday exper-
iences. Lee Blumenthal and
Evelyn Katz, group leaders.
Eugene Topperman, LCSW,
facilitator. Everyone is in-
vited.
Tuesday. 10 a.m. On
Stage: A Drama Workshop
designed for persons interested
in all phases of drama. Direc-
tor, Dick Sanders and Group
Coordinator, Sylvia Skolnik.
I his class meets every Tuesday
morning.
Tuesday. 1 p.m. Timely
Topics for Thinking
Women/Round Table Talk
For Men: Two fantastic
current events discussion
groups that meet jointly on
I uesdaj April 19 and 26.
Wednesday, 10 a.m.
Women and Their Feelings: A
small women's support group
will meet Wednesday mor-
nings to enable participants to
discuss their problems of
everyday living. Group leader,
Marilyn David, MSW.
Number of persons limited.
Call Rose Lord or Libby
Robbins 689-7703 to register.
Class begins April 20.
Thursday, 1 p.m.
Speakers Club: Morris
Shuken, President, invites all
who are interested in im-
proving speaking to attend this
group each week.
Thursday, 1 p.m.
Beginners Conversational
Spanish: Ann Blicher, instruc-
tor, encourages persons to
learn this new and often used
language. (We are becoming a
bilingual country like the rest
of the world).
Thursday, 2 p.m. Health
Insurance Assistance: Edie
Reiter, Health Insurance Co-
ordinator, will assist persons
with health insurance forms,
answer questions, etc. the
third Thursday of every
month. This month Ms. Reiter
will be here on April 21.
JOY THROUGH
MOVEMENT
Thursday, 9:15-11 a.m.
JCC Extension Course:
Provided by Ceil Golden,
Dance Therapist at Poinciana
Place in Lake Worth in the
Social Hall, courtesy of the
Challenger Country Club.
Course includes exercises for
hands, feet and body. Basic
ballet to make you feel free to
move gracefully. 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 off ten minutes on
subjects of interest to students
in the class. Fee $8 for 8
lessons. All proceeds go to the
JCC of the Palm Beaches.
SECOND TUESDAY
CLUB ACTIVITY
Sam Rubin, President, an-
nounces that the Second Tues-
day Social Activity will be
cancelled this month. Watch
for a special May meeting.
Everyone is invited to parti-
cipate in HEALTH FAIR '83,
the following day, Wednes-
day, April 13.
Bouquets to many of the
active people of this great
$roup for participating in so
many of our activities and
special events. Tuesday
people manned Food Centers
for Chanukah, Purim, and
will also be doing this for
Israel Independence Day.
They work in the JCC Lunch
Connection Program as hosts
and hostesses and program
leaders.
A special thanks for their
participation in the JCC
Lunch Connection Dedica-
tion. A great big thanks too
for always being "there"
when we need you. You're a
Beautiful Group of People!
A CAMPING
EXPERIENCE IN MAY
Sunday. May 22 to Friday.
May 27: Camp Barney
Medintz (80 miles outside of
Atlanta, Georgia). Fee in-
cludes 3 meals a day, bus
transportation and all
programs. Member $185, non-
members S200.
This is the first of what wc
hope to become an annual trip
with Orlando, Tampa and
Atlanta Jewish Community
( enters.
TRANSPORTATION
I he JCC's transportation
service has been the lifeline to
hundreds of older persons
over the years. Our service
through the Title 111 of the
Older Americans Act is availa-
ble for transit disadvantaged
persons 60 and over, who are
unable to drive and cannot use
the public transportation
system. We take people to
doctor's appointments, to
treatment centers, to
hospitals, nursing homes to
visit spouses, to social service
agencies and for food
shopping. Please call Helen or
Beth in Senior Transportation
Office for information about
our scheduling. There is no fee
for this service but client
contributions are encouraged
so that we can continue to
serve more and more people.
We offer another service to
the community as a result of
vehicles awarded to use
through the Urban Mass
Transportation Act by the
Department of Transportation
and the support of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. At this time we will be
serving groups of persons who
have specific transportation
needs. Under this funding we
are able to take people to a
variety of places, both day or
mte. Groups and organiza-
tions can call the JCC to
arrange to go to luncheons,
theatre, shopping, exhibits,
trips, etc. A moderate group
fee for each event is charged to
cover our vehicle and driver
expense. Our lift van is
available for handicapped
persons within limited areas
Call Rhonda Cohen for in
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Around
thelbwn
STACI Ulsii
Passover is a time for family and Mm
Seder table together. Miriam and 8*2W
Royal Palm Beach will be spending uvtSU^.
their daughter and son in law the 'docSW
Robert Colton in North Miami Beach Fou'i
expected. Miriam along with Robert's Z&k
will prepare the dinner. After all, what aremothe
One of our own artists, David WihWr.
Palm Beach will be part of an exhibition atthi-pIi
Gallery. Over 150 paintings were submitted hM
and only 32 were selected for this important Hi
Ginsburg's two paintings **SAUAliTn
"PROMISED LAND" were selected.
David is a national exhibiting artist whose*
been viewed in San Diego, Youngstown, New
Atlanta, New York, and on and on.
David is a member of THE INTERNati/
SOCIETY OF MARINE PAINTERS. This sU
continue until April 9. So anyone Gulf coast bound !
in and visit.
Mazol Tov to Jean and Jerry Rubin on the
engagement of their daughter Donnato DonGibtti
May Gaborof Atlanta. More news about this lovVfe
to follow.
A fairy tale wedding come true. OnMarchffl
Gilbert and Marly List were married at Templed
West Palm Beach. Rabbi Howard Shapiro of
Israel and Rabbi Howard Hirsh of Temple
officiated.
Karen is the daughter of Belle and MorlyG*
Marty is the son of Cynnieand Bob List.
Karen and Marty met each other as counsv
Camp Sholom and they have been togethereversinctl
Karen's sisters, Marsha, Sherri, and Inrirl
Marty's sisters, Dede and Karen were the.
bridesmaids. Rene Segal was the maid of honor. Jn_
Fuss. Richard Morrison. David Perel/, Alan Cotij
I rank Brown served as ushers. The best manv^Ri
(Karen's sister Laurie's husband.) Nephews Aid
Jeffrej Max along with cousin Melissa Carr precedi
bride as ring bearers and flower girl.
Family, including Marty's grandmother j|
Kornhauser and Karen's grandfather Paul Gilbcrt,ji
the many friends of the Gilberts and Lists at ifiiH
beautifu| simcha. I he love and happiness that ra^
from this couple reached out to all who sharedi
happy daj.
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