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


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Preparing to Cooperate?
Only If Lebanese Are Flexible, Too
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date with U.S.
State George
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eli forces from
improve rela-
lington which
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isus emerged
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iSaud Haddad
BUT THE ministers made it
clear that Israel would be more
flexible only if there was
similar flexibility on the part
of the Lebanese government
and if Shultz could demon-
strate that an agreement was
within sight.
The American Secretary of
State, on his first Mideast tour
since taking office, was in
Cairo Monday and was due
here Wednesday. It is not
known whether he will under-
take "shuttle" diplomacy be-
tween Jerusalem and Beirut in
order to wrap up an agree-
ment. His meeting with Pre-
mier Mcnachem Begin was
their first. Shultz will also
coaler with Foreign Minister
^ u/liak Shamir and Defense
Minister Moshe Arens, both
of whom he knows well.
Meanwhile, the tripartite
negotiations between Israel,
Lebanon and the U.S. will be
intensified. The three nego-
tiating teams planned to meet
at least four and possibly five
times during this week,
paralleling Shultz's higher
level efforts to break the im-
eve of Shultz's arrival, Israeli
officials were seriously dis-
turbed over what they see as
a sudden hardening of Leba-
non's position, confusing sig-
nals as to Syria's intentions
and the possibility of a new Is-
raeli-Syrian military con-
frontation in Lebanon.
Raised for P.B. Federation Campaign
Igh-Ridge Holds Golf Tourney
inual High-
irnament on
J1983 Jewish
(Palm Beach
(wish Appeal
rteld April 8
|1 of $30,000.
an "over-
' due to the
^rt Weiss, co-
people from
: around the
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Page 2
Sara Mittleman {right], chairman of the High-Ridge Country
Club Golf Tournament given on behalf of the 1983 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign, presents a check for the proceeds to Jeanne 'Levy
[center], president of the Jewish Federation, as Mort Weiss, co-
chairman of the event and member of the board looks on.
Sleeted Jewish Community Center President
, a West Palm
active com-
was elected
I Jewish Com-
the 8th An-
il at the Jew-
)ay School on
a native of
has been past
1 Founda-
M>d has served
: board of the
|nity Center,
e president
>f the Camp
rael Indepen-
of the Jew-
Palm Beach
lign Cabinet
Dr. Klein
H Federation
The Israelis accuse
President Amin Gemayel of
reneging on key points which
had already been agreed to by
the Israeli and Lebanese nego-
tiators. They are angered by
Gemayel's tough remarks at a
Beirut press conference last
Friday at which the Lebanese
President rejected normalized
relations with Israel, rejected
joint Israeli-Lebanese security
patrols in south Lebanon and
declared that Israel could not
dictate a commanding role for
its ally, Haddad.
According to Israeli
sources, Gemayel is back-
tracking on issues that were al-
ready agreed to or were close
to agreement in order to re-use
them as bargaining chips to
extract further concessions
from Israel. The Cabinet made
it clear that Israel has no in-
tention to re-negotiate over
those issues.
was fraught with tension be-
cause of former Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon's bitter
harangue against the U.S. and
his scarcely veiled criticism of
Dr. Paul Klein
Board, is chairman of the
Midrasha Committee and a
member of the Education
Committee. He is the recipient
of the 1978 National Leader-
ship Development Award
from Federation and of the
1981 Kovod Award from the
"1 think it is very exciting to
be president of the Jewish
Community Center at this
time when the community is
getting ready, in proper steps,
to build the new JCC
facility," stated Dr. Klein.
"Excitement has been
generated by The Jewish
Community Center Activities
Study co-sponsored by the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Continued on Page 12
Secretary Shultz
his successor, Arens. Sharon
spoke forcefully against any
"concessions or gesture" by
Israel in the talks with Leba-
Continued on Page 4-
Behind the Shultz Trip
All-Out Reagan
Effort to Succeed
Secretary of State George
Shultz's departure for the
Middle East appears to be an
all-out effort to -resuscitate
President Reagan's Sept. 1
peace initiative before it is of-
ficially pronounced dead, as
many hSve already done.
Yet Reagan's official an-
nouncement of the trip,
Shultz's first to the Mideast as
Secretary of State, concen-
trated on the effort to achieve
an agreement on the with-
drawal of Israeli forces from
Lebanon. Shultz's announced
itinerary included only Egypt,
Israel and Lebanon, although
other Arab countries were not
ruled out and presumably will
be included if progress is made
in Lebanon.
The "primary purpose" of
the Shultz trip is "to bring to a
successful conclusion the ne-
gotiations in Lebanon," the
President said in announcing
the trip at a brief news confer-
ence Friday. But when he was
asked if he thought his peace
initiative was still alive, Reag-
an replied, "Yes,' that's why
George Shultz is going there."
dicated that an agreement on
Israeli withdrawal would be
needed before progress could
be made on bringing King
Hussein of Jordan into the
peace negotiations.
In an interview published in
The Washington Post, Shultz
suggested that Arab leaders
may be taking a second look at
Reagan's peace initiative. "It
does seem to me that there's a
certain shock that has taken
Continued on Page 8

Page 2 The Jewbh Ftoridian of Palm Beach County /Friday, May 6,1983
Leadership Skills Institw
A golf tournament at High-Ridge Country
Club was held recently on behalf of the 1983
United Jewish Appeal-Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County and Israel Special Fund
campaigns. Serving on the committee are
(left to right]: Ruth Pearl, Florence Gold-
berg, Sam Mittleman, chairman; Bernard
Halpern, Anne Webs, Joe Stein and Mori
Weiss, co-chairman and member of the
Board and Campaign Cabinet of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County.
The Women's Division of the Jewbh Federation of Pi|ni
County recently held a Leadership Skills Institute for I
from area Jewish women's organizations. The two-pirt s
was held at the Hyatt Palm Beaches.
L F '
Members ol tbc Firsl Place winning learn are
[left to right): Bill Rosell, Lilo Rothschild, Eli
Rousso and >am Pearl. Gifts were presented
10 the four winning learns with the lowesl
Mikki Fnterakk Heft), vice president for Leiden
Development of the Women's Division of the Greater Mil
Jewish Federation, and Maxine Schwartz [right], preside*/^
the Women's Division of the GMJr, address the firstsessio
the Leadership Skills Institute on the topic of "Organizath
Techniques for Leadership Development."

Hal Lewis, deputy executive director of the America'
Society in Broward County, presents a talk oa "Efl
Communication Skilb" and "Creative Fund Raising" H<
second session of the Women's Divbion's inaugural leaf*
training seminar.
Mori Weiss (left], co-chairman of the High-
Ridge Country Club Golf Tournament,
presents gifts to the Second Place winners.
Pictured (left to right] are Arthur Reader,
Joan Lehman and Murray Pergament. Mike
Roberts, the fourth member of the team, is
not pictured.
Third Place winners are Abe Blumenfeld
Irving Farber, Harold Davis and tmS
s?kMFourrtMp,,,ce ?-?AJ5
High-Ridge Holds Golf Tourney
Continued from Page 1
ponse and generosity of our
membership. It is indicative of
their dedication and com-
mitment to the growing needs
of the Jewish community here
in Palm Beach County."
Mort Weiss, co-chairman,
stated, "All of the participants
contribute to their hometown
community campaigns. Their
involvement in this tourna-
ment demonstrates giving
above and beyond that com-
mitment. We know this is the
beg.nnmg of a partnership be-
i!E?mS* membcrs of the Country Club and
RC J!whFederationfPalm
Beach County dedicated
improving the
Jewish life here
quality of
in our local
Radio/TV Highlights
_ WF
MOSAIC Sunday, May 8, 8 a.m. 1
Channel 5 with host Phyllis Shever Girard m
with Abba Eban.
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1340-AM with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The J
Listener's Digest, a radio magazine.
May 8, 10 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 w.thhoi"<
Simon Silverman.
SHALOM Sunday, May 8, 10 a.m. Jff
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Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Pal"1 **

Friday, May 6,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Rabbi Howard Shapiro Appointed
Chairman of Federation Task Force
On Single Parent Families
jRobert S. Levy, Chairman of the Com-
lunity Planning Committee of the Jewish
Weration of Palm Beach County, an-
bunced that Rabbi Howard Shapiro, spiri-
leader of Temple Israel, West Palm
fach, has accepted the chairmanship of the
sk Force on Jewish Single Parent Families.
In making the appointment, Mr. Levy
itted, "I am pleased to have Rabbi Shapiro
Chairman of this newly established Task
Lrce. His leadership ability and unique
Jderstanding of the growing concerns
thin Jewish family life, will serve this Task
lrce and community well."
|The purpose of the Task Force is to gain a
tter understanding and appreciation of the
currence and the condition of the single
family within the Jewish community
Palm Beach County. This will be ac-
nplished primarily through the gathering
I information from local agencies, synago-
ts, social service professionals and single
^ent families themselves. The Task Force is
Urged with identifying the needs of the
vish single parent family and formulating
omprehensive plan to effectively deal with
se needs.
labbi Howard Shapiro assumed his
Isition with Temple Israel a year and a half
following eleven years of service with
uple Sha'arey Shalom in Springfield, New
isey. Ordained in 1968 at the Hebrew
lion College Jewish Institute of Religion in
}cinnati, Ohio, Rabbi Shapiro also holds a
stirs Degree in social work. Stated Rabbi
kpiro, "I am privileged and challenged to
pe the opportunity to chair the Task Force
Jewish Single Parent Families. The
knging nature of the Jewish family has
pme an issue for this community and it is
ped that following our study and in-
Completing her first five years as dean of Yeshlva University's
Stern College for Women in Manhattan is Dr. Karen K. Bacon,
who teaches one section of the introductory biology course at
the College. Dr. Bacon holds a doctorate in microbiology from
the University of California. v
Peruvian Asks Expulsion
of Palestinian Propagandist
Rabbi Howard Shapiro
vestigation, we will develop a number of sub-
stantive recommendations which will ef-
fectively deal with the problems faced by
single parents families.
Those in the community who are interested
in participating in the Task Force, now in
formation, should please contact Rabbi
Shapiro at Temple Israel at 833-8421, or the
Federation at 832-2120.
member of the Peruvian
Congress has demanded the
expulsion of Raji Burhum, a
Palestinian propagandist who
has engaged in anti-Semitic
activities. The legislator also
asked the government to
explain why the Palestine
Liberation Organization office
is operating in Lima, the
f : _^ f i
j \
[red above [left to right] Rabbi Alan R.
*man. CRC Director of the Jewish
. uni.t Palm Beacn County; Rev.
noils, president of the Ministerial
K' "e Palm Beaches; The
lorable Mack, Mayor of West Palm
F". bvelyn Blum, chairman of the
Interfaith Breakfast? Barbara Studley,
keynote speaker; Rabbi Howard Shapiro,
spiritual leader of Temple Israel; Elsie
Leviton, chairman of the Community
Relations Council; LaVonne Stiffler,
representative of Bridges for Peace.
Barbara Studley, Talk Show
Host of Radio Station
WNWS, Miami, addresses the
Interfaith Breakfast sponsored
by the Community Relations
Council of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County.
Community Relations Council
Sponsors Interfaith Breakfast
to Interfaith Breakfast
recently held at the
Pada Inn, West Palm
P, honoring Israel's 35th
pversary. The program was
[sored by the Community
Luons Council of the Jew-
federation of Palm Beach
[ty. Over 160 people, rep-
"ng a cross section of the
n Beach County com-
flly. were in attendance.
>ynote speaker at the event
Barbara Studley," talk
nost of radio station
^-AM Miami. Studley
stated "I am so committed to
not only saving Israel, but to
saving this free world. The
freedom of our country is also
at stake. The Soviet Union has
vowed one thing world
domination." She advised the
audience of the situation in the
Middle East, wherein the
Soviet Union is giving arms to
both Iran and Iraq in their war
against each other. "The
Soviet Union has infiltrated
Syria with SAM missiles,
which will be pointed over the
Mediterranean Sea and Is-
rael." She also stated her con-
cern about the "slanted and
bias" news reporting by the
media against Israel.
Studley gave an overview of
the world situation including
South Africa, Indo-China,
Central and South America,
and the effect this situation
has on the United States. She
suggested letters be written tc
United States Senator Paui
Laxalt, (Nev.), who has great
influence with President
Reagan, advising him that the
F-16s should be delivered to
Israel immediately. "The
United States must continue to
give military aid to 'Israel. .
we must not sell arms to
Jordan, and we should insist
Syria and the PLO withdraw
from Lebanon."
The Interfaith Breakfast
was chaired by Evelyn Blum.
The Honorable Eva Mack,
Mayor of West Palm Beach,
presented a Proclamation de-
claring April 15, 1983 Inter-
faith Day, and the week of
April 18-24 honoring Israel's
capital city.
According to Rabbi Morton
Rosenthal, Latin American
Affairs director of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, the call for Burhum's
expulsion was made by Wilson
Benzaquen Rengifo, a member
of the Chamber of Deputies.
THAT Burhum, host and
producer of the radio program
"Palestino-americana, "has
been described by Peruvian
newspapers as "an agent of
the PLO" and as "a PLO
At a press conference in
Lima, Deputy Benzaquen
Rengifo called Burhum's
activities "subversive," citing
the use of his program on
Radio Santa Rosa to offer free
copies of anti-Semitic books
like "The Protocols of the
Elders of Zion" and "The
Worst Enemies of Our
He showed journalists a
leaflet signed by Burhum,
which urged military and
police officers to "be careful
of Masonry, a Jewish device to
enslave you" and which
claimed that the "Jew will
take over your land and the
land of your countrymen."
This literature was found in
the libraries of military instal-
lations, but has since been
removed as a result of a public
outcry, Rosenthal observed.
reported that Foreign Minister
Fernando Schwalb has
responded to Benzaquen
Rengifo by declaring that the
government would not permit
discrimination against Jews,
since this is violative of the
Dies at 82
Yaacov Zipper, an educator
and author whose many
novels, short stories and
poems in Yiddish and Hebrew
depicted Jewish life in pre-war
Poland, died here at the age of
82. He was buried last

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Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm. Bepch (^wty/Friday,Mjr6,,^93
It's Tough To Wish Secretary ^ultz^odd1.
We would be hard-pressed to wish Secre-
tary of State George Shultz well on his trip
to the Middle East. If he succeeds, it can
only mean trouble for Israel.
U.S. policy in the Middle East today is
not to achieve peace between Israel and
Lebanon, but to feed Israel to the dogs of
Arab opportunism bent on amputating Is-
rael out of existence.
If Israel is the key to the current
dilemma, then why, as usual, did the U.S.
policy-makers send Mr. Shultz off to Cairo
first? This is no mere exercise in protocol,
but no American negotiator not Philip
Habib, not Morris Draperhas ever gone
to Israel first.
Their object has always been at the
outset to meet with the Arabsin Cairo, in
Beirut, in Amman, in Riyadhfor some
anti-Israel consensus on which to base
renewed pressures against the Israelis that
would wrest still more concessions from
Doubtless, this is what Mr. Shultz has in
mind as a modus operandi now, too.
Devious U.S. Role
For their part, the Israelis are not
anxious to see the already-eroded
relationship between Jerusalem and
Washington erode yet further, and as they
prepared to meet with Mr. Shultz this
week, the attitude was one of dominant
conflict and confusion.
On the one hand, there was the growing
anger that the Reagan Administration has
been playing a role in Lebanon more of
strong-arm gutter criminal than of
mediator in the peace talks between Israel
and that beleaguered country.
Since the announcement by President
Reagan that Mr. Shultz would be going to
the Middle East, the position of the
Lebanese has hardened so considerably,
that the Israelis were reporting by Monday
that the Lebanese were now reneging on
peace committments to which they had
already agreed in earlier negotiations
This could only mean that what the
Israelis are saying is correct: that
Washington has been secretly urging the
Lebanese to come to no terms with the
Israelis. Because, what Mr. Shultz has been
sent to the Middle East to achieve is, in
effect, an unconditional Israeli withdrawal.
But if the Israelis were angry, they were
also passing a signal to Washington that
they are anxious for an accommodation.
The growing number of casualties they
have been suffering in Lebanon as a result
of terrorist attacks there has contributed to
mounting demands in Israel to bring the
Israel Defense Forces back home come
what may.
Under these conflicting and confusing
circumstances, it is hard at to say what the
conclusion of Mr. Shultz's Mideast tour will
be. The hardliners in Jerusalem hope that,
if the message he brings from Mr. Reagan
is a one-sided demand for Israeli con-
cessions and nothing more, then let the
Shultz mission fail.
But those more in accord with labor
Party opinion express optimistic hopes for
success, with limits in their minds as to the
amount of concessions Israel should be
prepared to make.
The trouble is, neither Washington nor
any of its cronies in Europe and the Middle
East has a single limit so far as Israeli
concessions are concerned. And that is
where we came in. And so we find it hard to
wish our Secretary of State out-and-out
luck, or even well.
Adolf Hitler's 'Diary'
Isn't it remarkable that a 60-volume
diary purportedly belonging to Adolf Hitler
has been "discovered" in this, the 50th
anniversary of his rise to power in Ger-
Isn't it all the more remarkable that the
diary was published in the German
magazine, Stern, just one week after in-
ternational gatherings of Holocaust vic-
tims in the United States, as well as of
Holocaust remembrances and the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising memorial in Israel, Poland,
the United States and elsewhere?
What strikes us as most nauseous is tk.
lamentable decision of the Times of I
to shell out in excess of $3 million for ^
publication rights and to begin publics
of excerpts of the diary on the slim k
the diary without his even having
examined the original.
Forget the obvious motives of Stern
which says all that has to be said these
days about the mass media.
How could so distinguished a British
historian of the Hitler era make such a
profoundly unscholarly assessment?
All we can think of are the comments of
some of Germany s most distinguished
observers who have warned against maW
a big thing of the 50th anniversary Hitler's rise to power. In their view,
contrary to the observance serving as a
reminder of a bitter period in human
history, there would be those who would
pervert the occasion to rewrite Der Fuehrer
into the hallowed halls of heroism.
The alleged diaries are doing just that.
Israel Preparing to Cooperate?
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Continued from Page 1
non, implying that the govern-
ment leadership might be con-
templating concessions in
order to accommodate Shultz.
Sharon accused the U.S. of
instigating the Lebanese
government to harden its posi-
tions so that Beirut can now
offer Shultz "concessions"
which it had previously made
to Israel and since revoked.
The purpose, he claimed was
to enable Shultz to extract
"parallel" concessions from
Israel. Most ministers did not
share Sharon's views. "You
talk like Washington is Israel's
number one enemy," Deputy
Premier Simcha Ehrlich told
Sharon complained bitterly
that Israel has taken no direct
action "against terrorists" of
late despite repeated attacks
on Israeli forces in Lebanon
which are taking a steady toll
of casualties. He said he was
not suggesting any large-scale
action. But he noted that never
in the past had Israel allowed
terrorist attacks to go unan-
swered. His remarks seemed to
be aimed at defense chief
Arens who listened quietly to
Sharon but offered no re-
ISRAEL WAS expected to
press Shultz for firm as-
surances that Syria will co-
operate in any agreement re-
quiring the withdrawal of all
foreign forces from Lebanon.
So far, Damascus has given
diplomatic assurances to the
U.S. and other third parties
that it will pull its forces out of
Lebanon simultaneously with
an Israeli pullout.
At the same time, the
Syrians have warned that they
will not accept any agreement
petween the two countries that
teaves Israel's surrogate, Had-
dad, in charge of security in
south Lebanon.
Another unknown factor is
the Soviet role. There have
been conflicting signals from
Moscow. Foreign Minister and
First Deputy Premier Andrei
Gromyko spoke recently in
favor of the "withdrawal of
all foreign forces" from Leba-
non. But at the same time, the
Soviets seem to be supporting
or at least condoning, Syrian
military threats which have
heightened tensions along the
Bekaa valley line separating
Syrian and Israeli forces iS
eastern Lebanon.
Israel Radio reported that
officers of the United Nations
Disengagement Observers
Force (UNDOF) on the Golan
Heights report some military
activity in Damascus although
they say there is no war-lib
atmosphere in the Syri
capital. UNDOF reports.
bellicose activities by eitln.
Syria or Israel on the Gola]
Heights front.
Letters to the Editor
The Jewish Floridian:
A noted newspaper column-
ist recently asked me why the
JW V always seems to be in the
forefront of veterans' affairs
and controversial issues.
My answer was in part
historical, in part philo-
sophical. The Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A was
organized in 1896 by Jewish
veterans of the Civil War as a
direct result of slander that
Jews had not participated in
the military during that war.
Thus, pride and patriotism
were the motivating factors.
What concerned Jewish
veterans then and throughout
America's development
concerns the Jewish War
Veterans today.
A study of Jewish partici-
pation in the military during
World War II indicates very
clearly that Jews served in the
Armed Forces beyond their
numerical proportion to the
general population. They
received more than 52,000
awards including the Medal of
Honor, the Air Medal, the
silver Star, and the Purple
Heart. More than 51,000 Jews
nerf^ni'St^ M casualt>es;
11 ,uqo died in combat.
Our forefathers came to this
beloved country with nothing
but their pride and a hope for
freedom. They struggled with
infinite hardships and helped
this country become the great-'
est nation in the world*
Despite the hardships thrirj
love for this country never)
When the wars came they j
sent us, their sons and daught-
ers, to fight the treacheroo j
enemies of their hard-earned
land. They instilled in us the
patriotism they prized
That is why we, the Jewish]
War Veterans of the U.S.AJ
the sons and daughters of the
many immigrant families, arei
and always will be in the fore-l
front of patriotic causes. Uj
they be controversial, so be it.
Golden Century Poster
Jewish War Vein*
of the ISA. |
The Jewish Floridian:
I was delighted to read
The Miami Herald the i*
lowing report last Friday: m
estimated 100,000 Jews in
United States are Jews Wj
choice. Conversion
Judaism has been increasi
300 percent in the last thr*
decades. And the new Jewsw
more religiously bser/*:
than those who are h
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irael's Bravest Hero
Huriing Grenades, He Went First
Friday, May 6,1983 / The Jewish tTondjii, ofplniJfcach County ftyj'_
cauae I he fighfhfg was over/
but I had not time for other
feelings because of the weight
|b> moshe ben yosef
Tn the dry words of the offi-
citation, Res. Lieut. Mor-
hai Goldman's act of
very in Operation Peace
Galilee in described as fol-
'Deputy commander of the
fee that captured the Beau-
It Castle, Segan Goldman's
[ce was commanded to take
northern positions. While
|ving toward the objective,
! force was attacked, result-
lin several casualties. When
remaining force reached
objective and entered the
jmy's trenches two more
iiers were hit, .but despite
few men he had left under
[command,Segen Goldman
tided to continue with the
I'He personally led his men,
Ining on the outside of the
rich, hurling grenades and
kaging enemy forces. He
often compelled to return
11he main body of his men
more ammunition, and he
tinued fighting until the
kition was captured. During
[actual fighting, Goldman's
ipany commander was hit.
lidman assumed command
successfully captured the
.IKE MOST of those who
eived citations for their
[standing bravery in action,
)lti Goldman neither looks
behaves like a hero.
lenty-three years old, he was
in in Afula and now lives in
fshav B'nei Atarot, near Je-
alem. An engineering stu-
It at Tel Aviv University,
Mti's leg wound prevents
from participating in
Irling activities, and he
Isn't know if and when he'll
[back to Reserve duty in the
[icut. Mordechai Goldman
part ol a force whose mis-
was to capture the infam-
Beaufort Castle, a terror-
Istronghold dominating the
|P of Israeli territory called
"linger ol Galilee," the
si northerly part of the
[P ol Isiacl. The conquest of
the Beaufort was one of the
first actions in the war.
At an early stage of the op-
eration, the officer in charge
was wounded, and the com-
mand was taken over by Goni
Harnik (an active member of
the Peace Now movement),
who also fell in action. Be-
cause of delays on the way to
Beaufort, the battle was
fought by night, with the area
lit by flares.
WITH THE vehicles at their
disposal damaged or stuck, the
force decided to proceed on
foot. Some 21 soldiers moved
with Motti towards the
trenches on the slopes of the
fortress, 150 meters of running
under heavy fire. When Motti
looked back, he saw that he
was left with 10 fighting men.
"It was now," Motti recalls,
"that 1 killed the first terrorist
who dashed towards me. 1
came to a cover point and
threw a grenade. That's how 1
Institute of Human Re-
" of the American Jewish
nmittee honored Theodore
M of feu, vke presldenlt
["n Division, Florida
, ,r "nd Light Company.
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moved forward gradually
throwing a grenade and
moving on."
"I ordered two soldiers to
pass me, but since I am stocky,
1 had to get out of the trench
to let them pass, only then
continuing my advance. Both
men were hit, and we had to
drag them back to a place of
refuge. Continuing to clear the
trenches ahead, I found myself
left with two soldiers, both
suffering from a degree of
Asked why he didn't put
more stress on activizing his
men, Motti replied: "I myself
don't know. 1 was educated to
believe that an officer sets a
personal example, and in war
it's rather difficult to work
only through giving orders to
others. That's why 1 decided
that what 1 can do myself, I'll
do. Incidentally, it was only in
the course of the fighting that
1 realized what a fortress we
such a way that' neither shell
nor grenade nor an explosive
charge would move a single
stone from its place. It was
flabbergasting to see the resis-
tance of such walls.
"At the intersection of two
trenches, I met Goni, and he
again took command. Mean-
while I noticed that I was run-
ning on my own, but it was no
longer of interest. I wanted to
go on Suddenly I heard a
cry Goni Harnik straight-
ened up once, and a lone bullet
killed him on the spot. The
command was mine again.
"IT WAS a tough blow.
Goni was revered. Such a fine
commander to see him dead
suddenly was an awful blow.
But it was necessary to con-
tinue ... the operation went
on all night, and only in the
morning hours did we take the
fortress itself without serious
opposition. We suffered heavy
losses six dead and 11
wounded. For a Ions time, I
looked at the threatening for-
tress which had been a source
of fear for the whole of the
'Galilee Finger' Satisfac-
tion? Not really. Perhaps be-
of responsibility imposed on
Motti conceals nothing. "At
one stage," he tells, "I lay on
my back and thought to my-
self enough. I'll rest a bit.
It's hard to conquer the
'Beaufort' with only two sol-
diers. We'll wait for reinforce-
ments, and they will conquer
the target, and then we'll see
how things go. But a moment
later, I thought to myself
then they'll say that my unit
isn't what it was. This thought
got me up from my place and
gave me strength to go on
until we'd conquered the
THE STORY of Motti
Goldman is that of a reserve
officer facing an exceptionally
formidable task, who unex-
pectedly finds himself tackling
it almost single-handedly, yet
he continues without regard to
his personal safety because he
"was educated to believe that
an officer sets a personal
example that's why I de-
cided that what I can do for
mvself, I'll do."
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, May 6,1983
Organizations in the News
On Thursday, May 19, the
newly elected officers will be
installed. We will receive our
charter which will establish us
as an independent chapter to
be know n as the Z'hava Chap-
ter of Hadassah. West Palm
Beach. Up until that time we
had been one of three groups
of the Palm Beach Chapter.
Entertainment will be the
talented group, "The Per-
formers," doing original
sketches written and directed
by Norma Siroto. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The Golda Meir Boynton
Beach Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its regular meeting on
Thursday, May 12, at 12:30
p.m. in Temple Beth Sholom,
315 North "A" St., Lake
Worth. The installation of the
Chapter's officers for year
1983-84, will be conducted by
Mrs. Isabelle Katz, Education
Chairman for Florida Central
Region. Festive refreshments
will be served.
The North Palm Beach
County Region of Women's
American ORT is holding its
annual Honor Roll Luncheon
on Wednesday, May 11, at the
PGA Sheraton Resort, Palm
Beach Gardens. The luncheon
will commence at 11:30 a.m.
in the Grand Ballroom, and
pays tribute to the hundreds of
Ortists in the North Palm
Beach area who have earned
or contributed at least S50 to
Mrs. Nettie Stein, Region
Ann Speroni
Honor Roll Chairman, and
Mrs. Charlotte Jaspan,
Luncheon Chairman, have
planned a delightful after-
noon. The guest speaker will
be Mrs. Ann Speroni, District
Honor Roll Chairman. Mrs.
Speroni has been an active
Ortist since 1968, holding
executive positions throughout
her association with ORT.
Hy Kipnis will be the fea-
tured entertainment of the
afternoon. Mr. Kipnis has a
homey, easy-going style to his
humor, leaving a trail of
laughter all the way, in a
word, Hylarious!
Quality education in private
and public schools will be dis-
cussed by a panel of leading
educators Monday evening,
Mav 23 at the fifth Biennial
Convention, DISTRICT VI.
W omen's American ORT. Six
hundred delegates will attend
the four-day Convex vn, May
22-25 at the Hyau Regency
Hotel, Miami, Florida.
Carol Sue Press, Holly-
wood, Florida, Convention
Chairman, announced that
Rabbi Louis Herring, Prin-
cipal of the Jewish High
School of South Florida; Dr.
Louis Kleinman, Dean of the
School of Education, Univer-
sity of Miami, and Dr. Judith
Stein, Director of Career
Education, Dade County
Schools, will lead the discus-
sion. Mrs. Press said that
educators will receive accredi-
tation from the Dade County
Board of Education for atten-
dance at this panel or any one
of six panels being held that
In South Florida, ORT
boasts its first entry into the
Jewish day school movement
at the Jewish High School of
South Florida, located in
North Miami Beach.
According to Dr. Herring,
the ORT pilot program at the
Jewish High School insures
the excellence of the scientific
and technological tracks at the
school. The blending of tech-
nology and academic subjects
including Jewish studies, he
added, is a technique de-
veloped by ORT.
The delegates to the DIS-
TRICT VI Convention will
have an opportunity to discuss
the role of ORT in every
educational entity in the com-
munity as part of the ORT
philosophy of strengthening
vocational and technical
education in the public sector.
/pasta and ytgetables supreme^_________________
I The Jewish Homemaker's Guide to Delicious Italian Cooking* \
I Gets its Zest from Chef Boy ar-dee Ravioli.
_ : jb'>p>M>r:> choppr^ par-
. ."up -hipprd (iraon
1 '.ablespixni bu:icr or margarine
Cherse Ra\ i in T nam Sauce
1 cup aatei
1 pachf. I. Washminur-ridden
Spavining and Broth
1 cup choppcC reC pepper
1 package (10 ot i (rojei
1 and drained
'. package (Hi 02 1 ch*>pe broccol .' *rd and drained
1 cup sbced mushr 1
'. cup huiier 1 margan:><
14 tabk>pi.ii
1. Saute CTKippt-d parsle\ and anon in 1 tabk-spom butler
2 C >mbine parsley, onion. Chef- fa4i. water and Ci. Washingto:
_' quar. sauce pan. Cower simmer tor lOrran
3. Meantime, saute red pepper in 1 table>p<>n butter. Remove to warm
serving I -
J. C nbnuc n 1 saute cad. vegetable separately in 1 tablespoon of butter
Rent Me each vegetable to ^parate warm dish Serves tour
Put a new bright taste into your brisket
Garden Vegetable MutiH Suee
h cup green beans. I" pieces.
fresh or frown
v, cup dked celer>
W cup chopped ouon<
?> cup cauhfkwer florets, fresh or froien
i tablespoons Gulden s Mustard
2 tablespoons Kineappif take
Blanc* all the vegetables in boning water for 7
minutf >: drain Combine with Gulder. s Mustard
and pineapple iiuce. Store in refnterator. Serve
with cold or hot meats such as onsiet. pas-
trami corned bee! salami and bologna
Makes approzunateK 2 cups
it with
rrmity MnUH Saawc
'-firv Itown
The Mustard good enough to cook with
?1 cup chopped apple
*i cup chopped pear
I cup chopped canned
chng peaches
I cup raisins
6 tiMespMtsGalder.s Mustard
1 taNespoor.chnj peach-
^JWj mm pears m trnhng *< for 5
n. taa Mo peacnes raisins. Guldens
aaawaaapeacr. s.- Store is r
ngerator. Serve with corf x meats sort as
Mstraou corned beef, saia-
fcM**r Pm,
At the March meeting of the Chai Group of Lake wTd
Chapter of Hadassah, Leona Cahn [center], Tree chairpml,
presented Peppy Silverstein [left] with a certificate for kl
contribution of 100 trees to be planted in Israel in honor of 3
husband, Jerry's 70th birthday. Looking on is Freda Wen*
American ORT, covers an
area of eight southeastern
states with 25,000 members.
Women's American ORT was
founded in 1927 to help sup-
port the worldwide ORT pro-
gram of vocational and tech-
nical schools. With 145,000
members, it is the largest of
membership organizations in
40 nations which support the
global ORT program.
Indian Spring Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold its monthly meeting on
Monday, May 9, 1 p.m. at the
Royal Palm Clubhouse, N.E.
22nd Avenue off Federal
Highway, Boynton Beach.
Herb and Anabelle Aronson
will present a show "How
Well Do You Know Your
Husband." Husbands are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
The Pioneer Women of
Cypress Lakes announces that
starting May 10, a new pro-
gram has been set up to make
the organization more in-
teresting. A "Lunch on the
Town" outing which will con-
sist of lunch in a very inviting
restaurant, and a visit to a
place of interest either before
or after lunch. The fee will be
very nominal and it will be a
most enjoyable afternoon for
the ladies. Guests are J
22 .Pfet'ngs will contJ
as scheduled and of course*,
delicious refreshments |
always there. The public is"
vited to attend our activities
Wednesday, March 2-t
National Tay-Sacbsudi
Disease Chapter of
Floridawas formed.
Tay-Sachs disease, a trapl
killer of infants, is an inherited!
genetic disorder causing d|
truction of the nervous syvl
tern. It is always fatal.
The Chapter is looking fi|
new members to take partil
educational programs, screaj
ings, and fund raising.
Please give your support!
becoming a member of
NTSAD South Florida Cha>|
Membership is $15. Furl
further information write io[
P.O. Box 8722, Pompanof
Beach, Florida 33075.
West Boynton Beach Lo*j|
of B'nai B'rilh has recenuf 1
been formed. They are lookit|j
for new members and irar&j
ferees from other B'nai B'ru|
Lodges. For information c|
tact Kenneth Farber, Direciw,|
B'nai B'rith District No.
1776 Lake Worth Road, Lakt|
Worth, FL 33460.
Tmirsday, May li-lOP*
Stanley M. Rosenblatt
Former Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin
Yitzhak Rabin talks about
Christians, Lebanon, and
concessions he would
make on the Vfest Bank
Don't miss the
inside tttory!

Friday, May 6,1983 / The Jewish Ftoridiaa of Pahn Beach County Page 7
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, May 6,1983

All-Out Reagan Effort to Succeed
Continued from Page 1
hold, as I read the cables from
the various Arab capitals, in
which people are saying to
themselves, 'Are we really
going to pass this up? Maybe
we can't afford to do that,' "
According to Shultz, "the
desire for peace is not dead.
It's very much alive." The
Secretary was also optimistic
that "an agreement between
Lebanon and Israel is very
likely." He said both "agree
on the essential ingredients
. they both want a secure
southern Lebanon. Neither
wants to see PLO terrorist
groups re-enter that country,
particularly that area."
HE ADDED: "That being
the case, the construction of
security arrangements is not a
matter, you might say, of high
principle or strategy It's a
question of working out in a
kind of tactical way what
those arrangements are, con-
sistent with Lebanese sover-
eignty, and giving assurance of
security in the area. Both want
Shultz reiterated the Ad-
ministration's earlier conten-
tion that King Hussein had a
tentative agreement in princi-
ple with PLO chief Yasir
Arafat to represent the Pales-
tinians in peace talks, but
Arafat bowed to "radical"
elements within the PLO and
set new conditions that were
unacceptable to Hussein and
to the U.S.
But according to Shultz,
Hussein needed assurances
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that Israel would freeze its set-
tlement activities on the West
Bank for the duration of ne-
gotiations, a key point in
Reagan's peace plan.
"WE HAVE consistently
continued to emphasize the
importance of that because,
after all, you're talking about
a negotiation dealing with an
area and, if the area is being
changed while you are in the
process of negotiating or con-
sidering negotiating, it's tough
to make that negotiation as
meaningful as it otherwise
might be," Shultz said.
He explained that the Presi-
dent had told Hussein in ef-
fect, "I will not press you ac-
tually to sit down at the bar-
gaining table unless we can
find some form of freeze ...
Of course. King Hussein might
decide to sit down anyway and
say, 'The first thing I want to
talk about is a settlement
freeze.' But we haven't got to
that point," Shultz said.
"I MIGHT note that in the
President's plan it's very
explicit that if the settlers want
to stay in their settlement, they
stay, but they would live under
the jurisdiction of whatever is
the jurisdiction of that terri-
tory. In the President's plan,
it's perfectly consistent with
Jews living in the West Bank,"
he said.
The Secretary of Slate's trip
comes alter a week in which
both Shultz and Reagan were
under increased personal
attack lor being themselves to
blame for the failure of the
Reagan initiative. Shultz has
been criticized lor months for
not going to the Mideast. Both
he and the Presideni were ac-
cused ol not gi\ing enough at-
tention to the problem.
Karen Lllioit House, the
\Vall Street Journal's Middle
East expert, in an article last
YA ednesday (April 20), ac-
cused Reagan ol seeming "not
to understand his own initia-
tive'- and Shultz of appearing
"studiously alool from the
plan." Similar criticism has
ap|H.ared in other publications
with the usually anonymous
sources in the White House
and State Department sniping
at each other.
However, Mrs. House's ar-
ticle, as well as her series on
the Mideast which preceded it,
seemed aimed at getting Hus-
sein off the hook. She even
criticized Saudi Arabia and
Morocco. In fact, much of the
media has sought to absolve
Hussein of the blame.
THE STATE Department
was visibly shocked when
Hussein announced that he
would not join the negotia-
tions. But as one pro-Israel
observer here said. Israel's
supporters in Washington
were not surprised, they never
expected Hussein to enter.
The "plucky king" has long
been praised in the United
States for his courage, but his
courage is based on his desire
to stay alive. Long-time ob-
servers of Hussein did not
expect him to follow the
example of the late Egyptian
Presideni Anwar Sadat
The Israelis, who would
agree with this assessment,
were at ihe same time visibly
relieved that Hussein blamed
the Palestine Liberation Orga-
nization and not Israel, especi-
Continued on following page
'Around the Town" would like to bear from you s^
articles typewritten and double-spaced to Staci Lewi ,
The Jewish Floridian, 501 South Fbgler Drive sEa.'
West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
Laurie Rosenthal's family is very proud of her
graduating from high school one year early, Laurie wort
and attended Palm Beach Junior College. She then b2
the Youth Aliyah movement and moved to a kibbutj
Israel. Chances are that her mother will soon foLI
Laurie is the daughter of Melvyn and Terry Romm^I
granddaughter of long time residents of the Palm Beach*
Charles and Evelyn Oppenheimer.Sholom to you, Laurielf
Mozol Tov to Dr. Arthur and Lorraine Virshapon J
upcoming Bat Mitzvah of their daughter Tanura.Thehil
Mitzvah will take place at Temple Beth El later this moij
Tamara is in the seventh grade at the Jewish Communo
Day School. She is interested in fashion desjal
photography, and art. Sports are also of great imporuSj
including tennis, water and snow skiing, and ice and rolktl
Brother Seth and grandparents Emanuel and Don*
V irshup. of Plantation, will be joining Aunt Barbaraa
Uncle Bob Gurewitxof New York, Aunt Louisaand Und
Lenny Binder of San Francisco, and Great-Great An
Golda Lass of Sunrise in celebrating this most joyoi
The Jewish Community Center had a cast of stars i
their recent 8th Annual Meeting and Installation chain
by Adele Simon. Saluting the staff of the JCC were Ni
Abrams, Thomas Davidoff, Henry Kaye, Mark
Larry Ochstein, Zelda Pincourt, Robert Ri
Howard Sabarra, Cantor Elaine Shapiro,
Silverman and Barbara Weinstein.
The original skit was composed by Carolyn Ring will
Irving Bloom as pianist and musical arranger.
Outgoing President Larry Ochstein and new Presid
Paul Klein were among the award winners for outstandiof|
service to the JCC.
Mark Leibovit, son of Ann and Arthur Leiboviti
become a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel. Mark is in the J
seventh grade at the Jewish Community Day SchoollJ
he serves as Treasurer of the Knesset, and a member oftki
Chess Club. He is also very interested in coin collecua,}
and the stock market.
Mark's sisters and brother, Judy, Susan and DavMirt]
proud of their youngest brother's accomplishments.
Aunt Joanne and Uncle Louis Leibovit ol Palm Bead,!
Aunt Sylvia and Uncle Arnold Gerton of Miami Beack|
Aunt Elaine and Uncle Dr. Harry Fallerof Port
and Grandfather Harry Leibovit of Belle Glade will jo
family and friends in celebration as Mark is called to T
Bima as a Bar Mitzvah.
would like to hear from all graduating seniors. Please sewl
awards you have received and colleges you plan to attendl
in the fall. We all would like to share your past *J
complishments and your wonderful future plans.
We would also like to hear from those graduating fro
college or graduate school. Share with your commu
your past endeavors and your future goals.
Thanks to my dear
Mends Ruth Mar,
da Coplan, Rhea
Jatlow and Anno
Wolnrtb for
tooothor ao many of
my davotad laraal
Bond Voluntaara for
moat momorobto
luncheon. Thank you
for tho lovely gift but
moatty "thank you"
for your love of laraal
and tha many houra
you devoted to Ite
urvtval and economic
growth. I love each
of you.
Evalyn Blum

Help and Understanding Offered By
Association of Parent* n Ammv^ ^
Friday, May 6,1983 / The Jewiah Fkmdian of Palm Beach County Page 9
The Association of Parents
[of American Israelis (APAI) is
Ian organization of parents and
[grandparents whose children
land-or grandchildren made
lAliyah to Israel. "Our chil-
Idren migrated to Israel as
singles or couples. Some mar-
ied Israelis and many of our
nembers have grandchildren
khere. We are a permanent,
direct, physical link to Israel,"
Cited Lenore Eisenberg,
membership chairman of the
Palm Beach County chapter of
APAI is a national
Lrganization with 36 chapters
Throughout the country. The
Deal chapter is one year old
nd was organized by Mr. and
An. Ira Nagler, Mr. and Mrs.
[eonard Carter and Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Eisenberg. They
ire looking to identify parents
American Israelis to share
uperiences with them. The
Reagan Effort
Continued from preceding page
klly as the Reagan Adminis-
|raiion also took this position.
Yc(, by placing the blame on
lie I'l () the Administration is
Lain refusing to deal with the
problem of Hussein. Many
beheve that the problem has
ben the failure of the Admin-
Mration to put pressure on
AFTER ALL, Reagan an-
nounced his initiative after he
fcportedly had the assurance
from Hussein that he would
Jgicc to enter the negotiations,
he President was willing to
Ingci the Israelis to achieve his
loal. Israel angrily rejected
lie peace initiative because
Preiiiiei Menaehem Begin
|haiged that it made promises
the Arabs that would
liolate Israel's security.
Hut part of Israel's anger
fas due to the initiative being
liscussed secretly with Jordan
|espite an agreement with ls-
cl that it be kept informed
'* all matters concerning its
Throughout the period there
as been pressure on Israel to
fewe settlements, to leave
Icbanon; weapons deliveries
? the 1-16 jet lighter have
pen held up. Yet no similar
ftion has been taken against
T'dan. Hussein likes to ap-
pr as a friend, but his
[luidship means that the U.S
ould _Proicci his country
P'cn it is m danger and expect
ping m return.
I A the same time, the recent
En "!ay havc had some
picnwal ellects in making
Ji-U irrelevant to the Mid-
it peace process. Many be-
fc me only reason that
th m s-bccn ne80tiating
lih Hussein is because he
lrs that if he doesn't, the
out blow the PLO re-
"lin, r?,m Lsracl in Lebanon
1 linally be recognized in
Arab world.
S&Jft"* of stae
F ;n,,n .aa'n on the PLO in
interview with the Wash
^npi."lfhey .re given
Lf a grouP an<*
h'cthint PPr"nity for
K do?t ft""**, and
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fan T" forms of Pales-
[yberemLeSCnta,ion ,her*
llies al1 sorts of Possi-
orgamzation is a self-help
group and is not involved in
fund raising of any kind.
Acting president of the
Palm Beach County chapter,
Leonard Eisenberg, identified
several areas in which APAI
assists its members in addition
to providing moral support.
"We help make special travel
arrangements to Israel, pro-
vide a conversational Hebrew
course, foster the purchase of
Israeli products to help the Is-
raeli economy, and publish
'The Bridge' to communicate
with all parents of American
The problems of children
living overseas are addressed
by APAI. These include not
being able to see their children
too often, difficulties in long
distance communications and
trying to understand the new
way of life that very often dif-
fers from the middle class life
that their children have known
in America. Members of
APAI were able to give moral
support and understanding
recently to the parents of a
woman who married a
Yeminite. The other parents
who had gone through the
same situation showed pic-
tures of their children's wed-
dings and helped the parents
of the newlyweds to under-
stand the different culture of
their son-in-law.
During the Lebanon crisis,
APAI members did not feel so
isolated because they were able
to call their friends and inquire
about what news they had
heard from their children.
They had increased their op-
for contact with
The Palm Beach County
chapter of APAI meets every
other month at the Boynton
Beach Community Center on
NE 22nd Avenue in Boynton
Beach. On June 12, the Palm
Beach, Broward and Dade
, chapters will hold a joint
meeting in Broward. t*6f more
information, contact Ira
Nagler, Golfsedge, Century
Village or Leonard Eisenberg,
13618 Whippet Way West,
Delray Beach.
Birth Announcement
Dr. and Mrs. Alan Kohn of
Lake Park announce the birth
of their son, Gregory Troy, on
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JCC News
Dr. Paul Klein is shown being installed as the new
president of the Jewish Community Center Board for the
1983-84 year by Past President Zelda Pincourt. at the
Center's 8th annual meeting which was held Sunday, April
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Kenny Church is seen here receiving 1st prize from Vice
President Barbara Weinstein, in the 10-14 age division for
the fourth annual I. S. Rapaport Memorial Photography
Contest at the Jewish Community Center's 8th annual
meeting held Sunday, April 24.
Larry Ochstein, immediate past president of the Jewish
Community Center, is shown receiving a special gift from
Chairman of the Board Robert D. Rapaport in
acknowledgement of his devotion this past year at the
Jewish Community Center's annual meeting.
Mother's Day Special
On Sunday, May 8, 1983, two singles groups of the
Jewish Community Center will celebrate in their own
special way: the Prime T' ae Singles are having a Mother's
Day picnic at 12:30 p.m. at the Picnic Island in Century
Village with box lunches at $4 per person. The Career
Singles will celebrate Mother's Day at 7:30 p.m. for wine
and cheese at the Presidential Golfview Clubhouse for an
evening of fun and sharing. Don't miss out on this special
day. Call 689-7700 for more information.
Summer-Just Around the Corner
Seven exciting programs have been planned for the
Summer of 198? at the Jewish Community( Center ,8-
acre site at Camp Shalom, the Center facilities for Pre-
schoolers, plus an additional new Teen program.
Programs include sports, drama, arts 'n crafts, Israeli
Scouts pioneering, trips and much %SPcclal fL
programs include two divisions of Teen Travel, a Sports
Camp for fifth through eighth graders, and a half day
program for children 2 Vi -4 years ot age.
Don't miss this opportunity for a wonderful growing ex-
perience. Register now! Call 689-7700 for more informa-
tion and brochure.
Planting trees as part of the Jewish Community Center's
Playground Improvement Day, held Sunday, April 17, are
[left to right] Steve Shapiro and Michael Greenhill in the
background, and Dr. Paul Klein, the newly elected
president of the Board of the JCC and parent Sharon
Kohl Postpone!
Plans For
Wp To Israel
Chancellor Helmut KohL
postponed his visit to uj
tentatively scheduled for 2!
this summer. The w*
German leader is expected i i
go to the Middle East I
time next fall and will fog!
his visit to Israel with visilsi;
Egypt, Jordan and SauA
Arabia diplomatic sour*
here said.
denied that Kohl
deliberately delaying his 1
planned visit to Israel. Bat
they confirmed that n*
Chancellor preferred that the
visit be part of a series of talks
with the leaders of otha
Middle Eastern nations rather]
than an isolated event.
The sources said Kohl,]
leader of the ruling ChristiJ
Democratic Union (CDL|
intends to give priority to the I
Geneva talks limiting the
deployment of medium ran
nuclear missiles in Europe ami
will go to Moscow short I) a
the invitation of Soviet leader]
'I uri Andropov for talksI
related to that objective and'
other mutters.
Invite Assured
West German government has
assured Israel that it will be
invited to participate in
negotiations between the
European Economic Com-
munity and Mediterranean
countries over trade problems
arising from the enlargement
of the Common Market.
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Friday, May 6,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
Community Calendar
I May '
Temple Judea Cherries Jubilee honoring Barbara Chane
I May 8
Icongregation Aitz Chaim Sisterhood, 10 a.m. Temple
|Beth El Men's Club breakfast meeting B'nai B'rith -
Irlaifa board, 2 p.m. Golden Lakes Temple Sisterhood,
JlO a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Mitzvah Council, noon
Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club, 10 a.m.
llewish War Veterans # 408, 1 a.m.
|May 9
COMMITTEE, 8P.M. Women's American ORT Palm
Beach board, 9:45 a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom
den's Club board Hadassah Cypress Lakes, 12 noon
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Temple Beth David board, 8 p.m. Hadassah West
Joynton Beach board, 10 a.m. Pioneer Women -
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Page 12 The Jewish Floridian,of Palm Beach County / Friday, May 6,1983
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Senior News
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
Gulf stream Area wide Agency
on Aging, Florida Department
of H.R.S., the Department of
Transportation, Jewish Feder-
ation and client contributions,
enabling us to provide a
variety of services for the older
adult. The senior program
offers a variety of educational
and recreation programs.
Adult Community Education,
New Dimensions, Jewish
Family Services and many
other community agencies, as
well as retired and practicing
professionals, provide many
hours of enriching and infor-
mative lectures and classes.
Most of these activities are
offered with no fee but client
contributions are encouraged
at all times to enable expan-
sion of programs. The Senior
Center enjoys participating in
a variety of special family ac-
tivities and events with the rest
of the JCC. Everyone is in-
vited to attend all of our activ-
ities. Call the JCC for infor-
mation 689-7700.
Something wonderful is
happening at the JCC. People
are enjoying meeting new
friends and old everyday of
the week, discovering new in-
terests, being together and in-
volved. Having a reason, a
place to go each day is what
makes the JCC a home away
from home for so many.
Kosher meals are provided
by the JCC through Title III
of the OAA, awarded by
Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging. Participants are en-
joying coming to the JCC for
interesting programs, along
with a hot luncheon. Home-
bound persons are already re-
ceiving meals every day. The
JCC has developed a second
program at Congregation
Anshei Emuna in Delray.
We welcome people 60 years
and older who cannot avail
themselves of any toher meals
program in Palm Beach
County to call the JCC at 686-
1661 for details and informa-
The Second Tuesday of the
Month Group will meet on
May 10 at 1 p.m. Sam Rubin,
President, invites everyone to
attend. A special program will
be presented by Hy Farlxr and
Lydia Haig, singers, accom-
panied by Helen Hausen at the
piano. Refreshments will be
The Second Tuesday Group
is a time to meet and greet new
people. It is also a time for
special celebrations. If you
have an occasion and would
like to share your Simcha with
us, call Sam Rubin, and be a
participating sponsor. Your
event will be announced. Dr.
and Mrs. Jerome Rubin (Jean)
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kodish
will be sponsors for May in
honor of the birthday of
Martha Kodish. If anyone else
wishes to participate this
month call Sam.
The JCC's transportation
service has been the lifeline to
hundreds of older persons
over the years. Our service
tion Act by the Department of
Transportation and the sup-
port 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 night.
Groups and organizations can
call the JCC to arrange to go
to luncheons, theatre, shop-
exhibits, trips, etc. A
through the Title 111 of the
Older Americans Act is avail-
able for transit disadvantaged
persons 60 and over, who are
unable to drive and cannot use ping, exnious, inp, w"
the public transit system. We moderate group fee for^ each
take people to doctor's ap- event U chaw* to covsrow
vehicle and driver expense.
Our lift van is available for
handicapped persons within
limited areas. Call Rhonda
Cohen for information for
these services, 689-7700.
pointments, to treatment cen-
ters, to hospitals, nursing
homes to visit spouses, to
social service agencies and for
food shopping. Please call
Helen or Beth in Senior Trans-
portation Office for informa-
tion 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 us through
the Urban Mass Transporta-
Artlsts of the Month
Monthly exhibits by senior
artists are on display in the
CSSC. Artist of the month of
May Grace Tuckman. After
she retired about 10 years ago,
Grace Tuckman began
painting. Everyone is invited
to come and view her works in
acrylics and pastels at the
CSSC Mondays through Fri-
days 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
Klein Elected
Continued from Page 1
Beach County. The study has
shown a need for a new facility
which will have an effect in
getting more people involved
in the Center." stated Klein.
Also elected to serve on the
board of directors with Dr.
Klein are: Vice Presidents,
Harvey Goldberg, Denva
May, Valerie Silverman and
Barbara Weinstein; Treasurer,
Steven Shapiro; Secretary,
Howard Wiener; Directors,
Nancy Abrams, Barry Berg,
Connie Berry, Stanley
Brenner, Bonnie Cohen,
Sheila Engelstein, Alan Frank,
Arthur Gladstone, Leonard
Hanser, Henry Kaye, Marilyn
LeRoy, Joel Levine, Staci
Lesser, Iris Murray, Dr. Jef-
frey Penner, Richard Rampell,
Rabbi Howard Shapiro, Adele
Simon, Dr. Stuart Wanuck,
and Linda Zwickel. Continu-
ing to serve as Directors for
the 2nd year of a two year
term are Blossom Cohen,
Victor Duke, Dr. Lawrence
Gorfine, Michael Greenhill,
Robert Gross, Rabbi Joel
Levine, Preston Mighdoll,
Michael Rosen, Deborah
Sabarra and Dr. Howard
Sabarra. Also continuing are
Robert D. Rapaport, chair-
man of the Board; Bea Reiser,
chairperson of the Board of
Governors; Morris Kraft,
Governor Designate and Larry
Ochstein, Dr. Robert Berger,
Zelda Pincourt and Detra
Kay, past presidents.
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Page 14 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, May 6,1983
Jewish Family Life
Education Offers Wide
Range of Topics

On Tuesday, April 12, the
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Torah sponsored a Jewish
Family Life Education
program called, "Jewish Wo-
men in America." This was
led by Marilyn David, social
worker and Jewish family life
specialist. Some general
historical trends in Jewish
women'si roles and communal
participation in the U.S. were
presented to stimulate appre-
ciation and discussion for
women's situation today.
Discussion was generated
around women's conflict be-
tween home and career.
Women's changing parti-
cipation in the liturgy was also
an area where different
degrees of comfort were
expressed. A general sense of
pride in women's abilities and
strengths was engendered by
our discussion.
On Monday, April 19, Ms.
David spoke to Temple
Israel's Sisterhood on the
topic of "Grandparenting."
Judaism teaches us to respect
the knowledge and wisdom of
the older person. Although the
Jewish family is changing and
frequently the generations are
separated by distance, the role
of grandparent in passing on
tradition to grandchildren was
stressed as important today.
Ms. David presented some
information on the roles of
grandparents to illustrate that
grandparents function in a
variety of ways. Common
difficult areas in inter-
generational relationships
such as grandparenting chil-
dren of divorce were
discussed. A number of
women had the opportunity to
share their experiences as
grandparents and great-grand-
Another group being
considered will be a four-ses-
sion group for young couples
wishing to improve their com-
munication skills. If you are
interested in this or any other
Jewish Family Life Education
topic, please contact Marilyn
David at 684-199).
ERI STEIMATZKY [standing 4th from left]
meets with the Rabbis and Presidents of
Palm Beach Jewish congregations.
Steimatzky is the 35-year-old owner of
Israel's biggest chain of book stores. He was
one of 35 successful Israeli businessmen [all
of them between 35 and 40] sent abroad to

celebrate Israel's 35th Annim,
Steimatzky spent a week here in mid-Artl
participating in the Israel HI
Organization's "Operation Enterprise" !
discussing Israel's lively economy Zl
groups and individuals, industrial Z\
religious leaders throughout Palm BhS
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, FL 33401. If desired,
attach a clear black and white photograph.
Religious directory
Nancie Jill Dober, 15, died
April 19 in Gainesville, FL.
Nancie, a 10th grader at Forest
Hill High School, participated
fully in school activities. She
sat on the Sophomore Board
and played on the tennis team
and in the marching band.
Nancie was a member of
Temple Beth El and Young
She is survived by her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Dober of West Palm Beach,
her sister, Eve, and her broth-
ers, Craig and Marc. Con-
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B'nai Torah Congregation
tIw;?i l!.h Ave2U5'L Bca Raton, 33432. Phone 392-8566. Rabbi
Theodore Feldman. Sabbath Services, Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:30
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, W. Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212. Rabbi Harry
Z. Schectman, Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Daily: 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Friday, 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. and late service 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:30
a.m., 5 p.m. Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
at Congregational Church, 115 No. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach
Phone 737-5756. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin. Sabbath services, Friday 815
p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430 Rabbi
Josepn Speiser. Daily Services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sabbath services
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m., 5 p.m., Mincha followed bv Sholosh
Temple Beth David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach
Gardens 33410. Office- 321 Northlake Blvd., No. Palm Beach Phone
845-1134. Rabbi William Marder, Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath ser
\ices, I-riday 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.
Temple Beth El
-,S15 No Flagler Dr., W. Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi
Howard J. Hirsch, Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath services Friday 8 15
p.m Saturday 9:30 a.m. Dailv Minyan 8:15 a.m., Sunday and Legal
Holidays 9 a.m. xio ci. i
1 Temple Beth Sholom
224 NW Avenue "G", Belle Glade 33430. Sabbath services Friday 830
p.m. '
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N "A''Street Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel
E.senberg Cantor Jacob Elman. Services Monday and Thursday *E a m
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. y am-
Temple Beth Zion
Lions Club, 700 Camelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach. Fridav 8 D.m.Saturdav 9
a.m. President Eli Rosenthal. Cantor Albert Koslow. Phone 793-0643
Temple B'nai Jacob
2177 So. Congress Ave., West Palm Beach 33406 Phone 0*4 m-ia d ..._.
Dr. Morris Silberman. Sabbath services Fridav%V2^ 5f*!34,R,,bbi
Monday through Thursday 9 a.m y P'm" Saturd*y 9 a.m.
Temple Emanu-EI
190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804 Rahhi i-i
33&T David b^L%* tf*SS K!
Temple Emeth
5"80 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446. Phone 498-3536 Rahh
Bernard Silver, Cantor Seymour Zisook. Sabbath services, 5 p m' and 8
p.m., Saturday and holidays. 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyan. 845 am" and I
p.m. __^_^__
The Treasure Coast Jewish Center
(Martin County) 3257 S.E. Salerno Road (opposite Winn-Dixie), Stuart,
FL 33490. President Lief Grazi: 1-287-7732. Friday service 8 p.m.
Temple Eternal Light
Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West, Glades Road (1 mile west
Ph,?0Ca^r?PAne)-, J,he Free Syna80g"e, P.O. Box 3. Boca Raton 33432.
Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111. Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn. Sabbath services,
Friday 8:15 p.m.
Aitz Chaim Congregation
Century Village, W. Palm Beach. Phone 689-4675. Sabbath services 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Emuna
r-M Brittany L Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 499-7407 or 499-
IwMumSS n er' President- Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays
and Holidays 9 a.m.
The Reform Temple of Jupiter-Tequesta
at The New Jupiter Middle School, South Military Trail, Jupiter 33458.
rnone 747-4235. President Jeanne Tarsches. Services the second and
fourth Friday of every month, 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
M3 ,S ^eFourth Aven"e, Boca Raton 33432. Phone 391-8900. Rabbi
Merle E Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m.
lorah Study with Rabbi Singer, Saturday 9:15 a.m. Sabbath monng
services 10:30 a.m.
~. Temple Beth Shalom
32960 Rahhi sJiS "ft 20th Avcnue d Vi'y Blvd., Vero Beach
J^voo. Rabb. Stephen Adams. Phone 1-569-0180.
Wemng?oanVTracen ft tPDn "to^ai ^at. Forest Hiil Blvd.and,
Lane W pIS n V\L*]m Bcach- Maiu"g address: 825 Lantern Tr
Wes'rnan' SSn?SCS 3.34lL Friday *"!<* 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Steven R.
stman, Cantor N,cholas Fenakel. Phone 793-2700
ioni ki Temple Israel
Howard'shFan?^rrPr-' W" Pa,m Beach 33407. Phone 833-8421. Rabbi
Howard, Cantonal Soloist Susan Weiss. Sabbath services, Friday
atsT'ro.K Temple Judea
Rd atsSrn n^ 0rthod* Church Social Hall, 4000 Washington
MailiniSdr^/^UleVard- Rabbi Joel L- Levinc- Cantor Ri,a4f
waning address 1407 i4th Lane, Lake Worth 33463. Phone 965-7778.
at ra i, Temple Sinai
Av^. Del^Tlh^eth,d'st.Church- corner of Lake Ida Rd. and Swing
Delray BeS-B^Vabhfi61- K^ addre" 2005 N"W< 9th "*
-n,jj444. Rabbi Samuel Silver. Friday services 8:15 p.m.

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Synagogue News
Candle Lightiing Time Friday, May 6-7:36 pm
As the Religious School year
Lpproaches its closing days,
Temple Israel has scheduled
no musical events.
In their last performance of
tie year, the Junior Choir,
Inder the direction of Cantor
Jetty Robbins, will present a
oncert "Zimriyah Israel
Fest," Wednesday eve-
ling", May 11 at 7:15 p.m. in
chwartzberg Hall. Cantor
bobbins rehearses the choir on
lunday mornings, and they
lave conducted the musical
Jsponses for the Family Night
[habbat Worship Service
|uring the year. "Zimriyah"
I be a concert of melodic in-
rrpretaiions of selected
payers from the Worship
]Michael Kirshner and Lois
lohen have been working with
ke eighth grade during the
fchool vear to produce "Jo-
eph And The Amazing Tech-
pcolor Dreamcoat." To cul-
minate their eighth grade pro-
ct, the seven member cast
present the Show on Sun-
ay morning, May 15 at a.m.
:veryone is cordially invited
attend both musical events
Schwartzberg Hall at Tem-
Ic Israel, 1901 North Flagler
|rive, W. Palm Beach.
| "The Return of the Jeddi"
Tickets Available
Temple Judea's Young
fiiunk's and Singles is spon-
ging a private screening of
he Return of the Jeddi,"
fcnday, May 29 at noon at
l I ounty Mall. This
| a ill be the first Sun-
iv presentation following the
local premiere. Families
| ble to view this film
iJnle avoiding the long lines
" ich are expected during the
jrst week ol the film's
lowing. Tickets are available
V > lin.c dollar donation,
roeceds going to the congre-
Mion. Send eight dollars per
pket, making checks payable
Temple Judea to chairper-
n Candy Fischer, 529 Muir-
eld Drive, Atlantis, 33463.
|nly 266 tickets are available
fe to the limited capacity of
" theatre. During a special
Jugust Family Service, Rabbi
evine will discuss the Star
jars trilogy and help families
[late its message to the High
loly Day season.
Shabbat Services
. Temple JudeaShabbat serv-
fs will be held on May 6 only
I the theatre of Rosarian
icademy, 807 No. Flagler
f>ve, West Palm Beach.
f'vices at 8 p.m. will be con-
feted by Rabbi Joel Levinc
Pa Cantor Rita Shore. Bar-
fcr'u ?ne' tcmP'e president,
Fr husband Arnold, daugh-
C' i aurjf and Sarah and
EL ntthanwil1 be puip't
fcht thc fouowin8
Installation Dinner
W Gldman. President of
LrmPl uB5,n T. the Re-
IcaL- .ew Congretation
C,dn,n Wellington, recently
wunced that a Gala Fifth
ttStSQ Dinner Dance
[at th.iid^n Saturday. May
Mt the Indian Trail Country
Thc feivities will begin at
7:30 with cocktails and will be
followed by a dinner dance.
Also included in the evening's
events will be the installation
of officers for the 1983-84
The Anniversary Dinner is
the culmination of many
months of preparation by sev-
eral committees. Wendy East-
man, Sylvia Lipkin, and
Adeline Singerman have been
diligently working on the
Temple Journal which will be
distributed at the Dinner-
Dance. Working equally as
hard are the members of the
dinner-dance committee,
headed by Joyce Steinhorn.
Reservations are being ac-
cepted on a First Come-First
Serve Basis. Since only a lim-
ited number of reservations
will be accepted, the commit-
tee suggests that anyone inter-
ested in attending this Gala
Event call one of the following
people immediately! Joyce
Steinhorn, Adeline Singerman
or Sylvia Lipkin. The cost is
$18 per person.
Bar Mitzvah
Mark Leibovit
Mark Leibovit, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Leibovit of
West Palm Beach will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Friday,
May 6 at Temple Israel. Rabbi
Howard Shapiro and Can-
tonal soloist Susan Weiss will
Mark is a 7th grader at
Benjamin S. Hornstein Jewish
Community Day School where
he is treasurer of the Knesset,
the student government. His
favorite hobbies are chess,
swimming, and playing the
stock market.
He looks forward each year
to attending Camp Judea, a
summer camp in North
Carolina sponsored by Hadas-
sah. He has spent his summers
there for many years and his
goal is to be a counselor at the
Area Deaths
Carl. 96. of Oxford 800, 108 Century
Village, Wfit Palm Beach Levitt-
Welniteln Memorial Chapel. Weet Palm
Sarah D M. of Weat Palm Beach.
Menorah Garden* and Funeral Chapel,
Weet Palm Beach.
Nande J.. IB. of 1ST Milestone Way.
Weat Palm Beach. Levttt-Welneteln
Memorial Chapel. Weat Palm Beach.
Irvine, T9. of Capri I-SSS, Klnji Point.
Delray Beach. Riverside Memorial
Chapel, Weat Palm Beach. Funeral in
Dorothy, SS. of Sl-B Southport Lane,
Boynton Beach. Levltt-Welnateln
Memorial Chapel, Weat Palm Beach.
Harold, TS, of lsois Oreenway Circle 8..
Royal Palm Beach. LevUt-Wetnatetn
Memorial Chapel, Weat Palm Beach.
Benjamin, 78, of Canterbury J.
Century Village, Weat Palm Beach.
Rlverelde Memorial Chapel, Weat Palm
Cantor Betty Robbins leading the Junior Choir of Temple Israel.
A synagogue at B. Manischewitz Company matzo bakery, Jer-
sey City, N.J., was rededkated recently after being fully refur-
bished and invested with new ark curtain and altar cloths. Those
participating in the ceremony included Robert M. Starr,
company president; Bernard Manischewitz, chairman of the
board; Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky of Board of Rabbis; WiUiam B.
Manischewitz, director; Robert A. Mann, vice president; Rabbi
Maurice L. Schwartz of Board of Rabbis; Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Zimmerman, and Rose Berlin. Mrs. Zimmerman, a company
employee, rededicated the altar cloths in memory of her parents
and brothers who died during the Holocaust, and the ark
curtain was rededicated by the Manischewitz family in memory
of Natalie Manischewitz, wife of the company's founder.
Employees use the synagogue for daily prayer and study.
Ill I I
Morse Geriatric Center
ipting Applications
a a '_ i
Persons interested in applying for admission to the Morse Geriatric Center
may now pick up admission applications at the Center or request them by mail.
Screening of the completed applications will begin shortly, therefore anyone
interested should request these forms as soon as possible.
The 120 bed skilled nursing care facility will provide three levels of long term
care for those 65 years and older who may need the services and programs
I provided. It will be operated in accordance with Jewish traditions and will offer
Kosher meals and daily and holiday religious services. A highly trained staff will
be available to provide all necessary medical and therapeutic treatment.
Moreover, activity and social service programs will enable the residents to live
an enriched and meaningful life in a warm, hospitable environment.
Once again, potential applicants are urged to submit completed applications
as soon as possible. Inquiries should be directed to: Morse Geriatric Center,
4847 Fred Gladstone Drive. West Palm Beach, Florida 33407; Telep- [305]
1471-5111. The Morse Geriatric Center is a beneficiary agency of the .ewish
/Federation of Palm Beach County._________________

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