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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
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4 v. : ill. ;
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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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VOLUME 9 NUMBER 31
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14,1063
PRICE 35 CENTS
Set To Elect
Yitzhak Shamir is expected
Lin a vote of confidence at
L week's meeting of the
lesset in Jerusalem. Some
servers believe that Prime
Inister Menachem Begin,
lo has been in seclusion in
I home for several weeks,
fa\ come to the Knesset to
Lc the oath of Prime
Inister to the 67-year-old
(amir who will retain the
1st of Foreign Minister in the
Ibinci.
Late last week Shamir
formed the Knesset that he
Id formed a coalition and
Led the lawmakers to meet
Monday Oct. 10 for the vote
of confidence in the new
government.
Under Israeli law, Shamir
will become the Prime
Minister if he wins the vote,
formally replacing Begin, who
had been in power since 1977.
The coalition Shamir finally
formed consists of his own
Herut Party plus smaller
factions within the Knesset.
The coalition, known as the
Likud bloc, now has 64 seats
in the 120-member Knesset.
Shamir had tried to get the
Labor Party to join in a unity
government. He failed to win
the favor of opposition leaders
Shimon Peres and Yitzhak
Rabin. Six coalition members
had urged Shamir to try again
to win Labor support, but he
said that Labor wanted what
amounted to veto power over
his Cabinet's actions.
Five of the six members of
this group have said they
probably would vote for his
coalition anyway.
To gain the allegiance of the
Agudat Israel religious party
which holds four seats in the
Knesset, Israeli newspapers
last week said that Shamir
would support passage of
legislation pending on clerical
matters.
Meanwhile Defense
Minister Moshe Arens,
concerned by actions in
Lebanon where reports in-
dicated that Gemayel's
government was ready to
scuttle the Lebanon-Israeli
agreement for Israeli troops to
withdraw from the country, is
reported ready to solidify
Israeli's line at the Awali
River.
The scuttling of the
Lebanon- Israel agreement is
one of the demands of the
Syrians who have delayed
plans for peace talks among
the warring factions in the
Shouf mountains and other
areas controlled by the
Syrians.
jypt Denies Govt.Restricts Israel Tourism
JERUSALEM (JTA) Egyptian officials have angrily
nicd that the authorities in Cairo are preventing Egyptian
urisis from visiting Israel. A senior official at the Egyptian
(inistry of Tourism conceded, however, to Moris Kassouto, the
urism attache at the Israel Embassy in Cairo that the
Ithorities do not permit Egyptian tour groups to visit Israel
|or security reasons." He insisted that individual Egyptians
free to visit Israel.
THE OFFICIAL expressed anger over a report published in
|ael that Egyptian authorities prevented an Egyptian travel
ent from conducting a tour to Israel. He said the agent in
|estion did not hold a tourism license.
The official charged that the report was published in Israel
[order to tarnish President Hosni Mubarak's visit to the U.S.
week.
Herzog Due Here Next Month
To Address Assembly Gathering
LiER,VSAI:lM ~ (JTA> ~ President Chaim Herzog will
n me U nited States during the latter part of November and is
piled to meet with President Reagan at the White House.
Pjog is scheduled to be one of the principal speakers at the
I General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations in
pma, C.a. Israel Television reported that Herzog, a former
poassauor to the United Nations, is weighing the possibility
[addressing the UN General Assembly during his planned 10-
w visit to the United States.
1983 Campaign Total Sets Record High
Close to five million dollars has been raised
for the 1983 Jewish Federation campaign and
the Israel Special Fund, announced Myron J.
Nickman, general campaign chairman. This
is the largest campaign amount ever raised by
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. Nickman said the record-setting
results, which represent an increase of over
one million dollars, was brought about by the
dedication and commitment of the campaign
volunteers who reached out to the commu-
nity on behalf of human services for Jews at
home and abroad.
Nickman explained that S4.450.000 of the
campaign total has been allocated to support
services and local agencies in the Palm
Beaches, and United Jewish Appeal services
in Israel and overseas. In addition, $460,000
has been earmarked one hundred percent for
the Israel Special Fund for emergency needs
in Israel.
"The determination of our campaign
workers, who gave hundreds of hours of their
time to talk to friends, colleagues and neigh-
bors, speaks well for the commitment and
support which exists in this community,"
said Nickman. "We are most grateful for this
outpouring of community support for the
work of our Federation.
"We have in our community a great appre-
ciation for needs of Jews in Israel and over-
seas and what we're now seeking is that there
is also an increasing awareness of growing
$4,450,000
400,000
$4,910,000
Regular Campaign
Israel Special Fund
Total Dollars Raised
local needs and a desire to raise one's giving
to provide for the Jewish population here,"
stated Nickman.
Nickman further said that "our campaign
solicitors are a cadre of community builders
who share a vision of the future a future
which will be made more secure by the
continued upbuilding of Israel and of our
local agencies which provide vital services for
people of all ages.
Looking ahead to the 1984 campaign,
Nickman said that there will be a special
emphasis on the growth of the Jewish com-
munity in the Palm Beaches and special needs
in Israel. "Our increasing Jewish population
means that many new demands are being
placed on our agencies for increased services.
For instance, as we open our new Boynton
Beach office, we find that there is already a
call for the Jewish Family and Children's
Service to provide counseling in that region
of our Federation. We must respond to this
genuine increased need for services here, as
elsewhere, by raising our campaign to new
heights in 1984," concluded Nickman.
Assembly
The Jewish Women's As-
sembly, sponsored by the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, will hold its
Fifth Anniversary community-
wide educational day on
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 8:45 a.m.
Jo 2:15 p.m., at the Hyatt
falm Beaches. Marjorie Berg
and Sheryl Davidoff, co-
chairmen of the event, have
announced that Carol Kur,
"r. Norma Janeau Schulman,
w. Sandy Andron and Rabbi
iig Chinitz will address the
women about the 1980's: A
Decade of Concern, Crises in
Jewish Life.
Carol Kur will deliver the
Plenary address, "Destruction
From W.thin: Are We Our
"wn Worst Enemies?" Kur is
^nagmg editor of Moment,
to independent national
jrculation monthly magazine
!J "Plores Jewish issues.
e,fferlrVhe was managing
editor ot T/re Pflper, a regional
'y newspaper covering 16
west suburban Boston com-
munities. She has taught
journalism at Tufts Univer-
sity. Kur is a vice president of
Temple Beth Am in Framing-
ham and is a director of
Boston's Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Following the plenary
address, the women will be
offered a choice of two work-
shops. Dr. Norma Janeau
Schulman, a local
psychologist, will conduct a
session on "The Effects
and Influences of Crises on
Traditional Jewish Life-
Styles. Dr. Schulman
received her PhD in
Educational-Clinical Psy-
chology from Wayne State
University and has been a
Florida resident since 1975.
She is on the staff of the
Humana Hospital of the Palm
Beaches, a faculty member of
the Florida Society for Clinical
Hypnosis Training Workshop
and is in full time private
psycho-therapy practice. Dr.
Carol Kur
Schulman served on the board
of the Council on Child Abuse
and Neglect and is presently a
member of the executive board
of Crisis Line and president-
elect for the Palm Beach
County Chapter of the Florida
Psychological Association.
Rabbi Zelig Cblatts
She was a member of the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County's Cameo
Business and Professional
Women's Mission to Israel in
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Women's Division Asks
Can We Talk?
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acers always recent sore '^az
son the Board of the
Miami Chapter of the
*:*::. Assoc-auoa of
Woaiea't Drnsioa will
arJae the Opec Board Meet-
aag to farther inform the
*--*z *::. WMB*I DM-
aoa't nil aay-wide educa-
:-:-i--:-g Bad Ifccai
::' BJJBBCiBI Bad >er.-
aost for local, nanonal and
rid-?de Jewry.
There ts a $5 charge which
covers dessert and coffee
Pfcase respoad by Oct. 17 to
the Federation ofTice.
For more iaformatioo,
coatact Lynne Ehrlich. di-
rector of Woaiea't Division,
at the Federaboa office.
Mubarak Disappoints Jewish Leaders:
Does Little To Warm
Cold Peace With Israel
Sfr? DAVID FYIEDMA*
mASHLVGTOS tJTAl
Fourteen J<
:' Egypi hi
Egypt 3
I io peace wxi Ltrad bat
<2aappoc::ed :ae Ae EgypGax
*eader has allowed the
berweea the mo
to cool o*er rhc but
the Conference of
of Major Aaacricaa Jewish
ho led the
M Matoral :*a
Egypaaa ofTkaak
f roai Lebanon aasaead of the
iiihirnii whdnwal of
Itracau Syrian aae Pakstaae
Liberattoa Orgaaizatioa
tor on
SECRETARY OF Staae
George ShaJD told Jewish
-he Ma? 1?
Beraaaa aaned.
Baa x was the ~*co*3 peace"
that has dr>eioped berweea
Egypt aad Israel g a: appeared
: hi -'. ri : : -;
Jewish ieaoe-i _rr- _i_
wxk Mi.ta.-aj i-t-xas said
--.v ;-* rii: ~i.:' >i;*-
f*ies e : ;* .; *eary wnk
Egypt -not jas for a piece of
paper hat to prepare a sew
reuao:es.r_ -y?: err : :
anoeae peoples of Imng
.:gr--e- n* j_-r.ec _-*: .-
forward. >oa aoe
baca.ard."
BERMAN NOTED thai
whea iewak kaders aaex wah
Materak Jaa 2*. he toad
thcai thai he had recalled the
Ecpoax Asbassador froee
brad aad had cooled other
to ta%e the peace
opaaaoa. V
today's arnat. Mubarak
wajr laai "pabhc opuuoa will
am alow the scadaac back of
aaador at this poaat
rdaag to Ber-
The Ef>p(aa
the hope thai
optaaoa will "ateUow."
wah
htam Mabarak
official also wrested
that Mabarak was aaable to
** the L S aa aew
the EfTpoa.
retara to
brad
c wil abdraw from
Sjtb
owe to pretswre fi
Arab coaacnet aad
the Siriaai do aot
waa: a war wh bract "To be
%co cawdi: er
j^ird'"""wh t
said that the Jew oh
leaden stressed to Mabarak
that the task of '*'*-Sir ts
o _" They
expressed coacera that the
Evpaaa press as coo-
to the aatt-brad
Eaypt aad wowld
-rrrerse the
BERMAN SAID the Jewish
kacers had gone to the
Er.'paaa Errbai5> bdie\mg
"i ''.Tt.-aj. a committed
u> the peace afc Israel. But
-r ere phased to hear him
:rpca: jiai and again the
coataixaeot to peace by not
oal> hansdf. bu: also his
people."
Mubarak stressed that hen
he recaled the Egyptian
Aaabassador to Israel after the
*:-e of Palestinian
: ..M-.i i: :he Sarra ar.d
;-i:.j -::'_i caapi he hac
aot asked that the Israeli
\-rassador be withdrawn
froai Egypt. He also noted
that he and other Egyptian
officials continue to see
bradts.
Berman said the Jewish
leaders ere incited by
Mabarak through Ambas-
sador Ashraf Gborbol. ap-
paready so he could explain
hts position to the American
Jewish coamunity. He said
-; --"pose ;h- jc*;,h
teaden meeting with Mubarak
as to very candidly set forth
our major coocero and to not
let him walk out of this
coaatry beheing the
AaaerKan Jewish communii\
ts not concerned "
Mabarak described several
asao besides Lebanon needed
for Egypt to send iu Ambas-
sador back to Israel, according
to Berman. Berman said he
spoke a great deal about the
eed for negotiations to begin
o>er Taba. where the
E*ypu*ns are claiming the
Israelis are building a hotd
illegally Mubarak also
BKaooaed the Jewish settle-
bkbxs on the *est Bank as a
hindrance to improved
relations Bu: the Palestinian
Pwiawid oa Pm IS
Dr. Noraaa J.Seh
Dr. Saw, 4a*-
Speakers Announced For
Jewish Women's jAssembl
1982.
Leading the second work-
shop is Dr. Sandy Androa,
Youth Program director of the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education in Miami. He will
speak on 'Cults: The Charis-
ma and the Challenge." He b
aa author, educator, lectern
and business executive who
has published several works
mduding Gift Rapping: A
Manual for Teachers of the
Gifted, "Cults and our Gifted
Children." and a doctoral
thesis on "Cults aad their
Influence on our Yoath."
Dr. Andron it Soath
Florida's resource person for
the Citizen Freedom Founda-
tion, the national anbreOa
anti-cult network, and also
serves on the board of advisors
of CFF and American Faanary
Foundation and Center on
Destructive Cultism.
The keynote address will be
given by Rabbi Zelig Chinitz
who is the Resident Rep-
resentativ e of the U nited brad
Appeal in Jerusalem. As oar
link with the Jewish .Agency in
Israel, he will bring the women
up to date on "Israel Today:
Facing Problems in a Complex
Society." Rabbi Chinitz, who
moved to brad in 1967. is the
former Director of Special
Services for the Lnited Jewish
Appeal and the former
spiritual leader of the Utopia
Jewish Center in Long Island.
New York.
Rabbi Chinitz. a gradute of
Yeshiva University, earned hh
Masters Degree from
Colombia University for bis
thesis on "The Jewish Agency
and the .American Jewish
Community." He was on the
staff of Queens College in the
Department of Contemn
Civilization.
Berg and Davidoff a
eated, "Besides bib]
peru in thrir own fields i
speakers for the f
^omen's Assembly .
dynamic personalities how
Mpsre and touch the heaitij
thoae w ho hear them. Wc|
fn,*Id to an outpouriniJ
commitment from the Je
wobku of Palm Beach Co
to become informed about!
oarrent issues which iffcj
thdr lives as Jews."
For more information,!
tact Barbara Perry,
director of Women's Div
at the Federation office.
CHINITZ TO ADDRESS|
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
WOMEN'S GROUP
Rabbi Zeug Chinitz,
note speaker at the Jr
Women's Assembly H
.Anniversary, to be held I
Nov. 9 at the Hyatt
Beaches, will address
Women's Division of
Jewish Federation of
Beach County's Business I
Professional Women's Cn
that same ev ening at 8 p.aj
the Hyatt Palm Beaches.'
will speak on "Israel To
Facing Problems in a Cooj
Society."
The Business and Pn
siooal Women's Croup
created in order to meet I
growing needs of the
number of highly capabhi
creative Jewish career*o
now living in the
Beaches.
For more information,
tact Barbara Perry.
director of Women sDw
the Federation office.
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Friday, October 14,1983 / The Jewish FJoridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Flame of Jewish Tradition
Burns Brightly for
Elderly in Institutions
By MURRAY KERN
Chairman
Chaplain Aia Program
[was Yom Kippur. The
L gentlemen, a resident
L Morse Geriatric Center,
[been called for an Aliyah
Mi honor). When he came
he bimah, he reached for
hand-held microphone of
ft Alan R. Sherman. He
| proceeded to make an ap-
j for funds for Eretz Yis-
l(lsrael) and made his own
B,
Le incident helps to des-
l the kind of Jewish life
[gentlemen lived in days
i by and reveals the inten-
|of his desire to keep alive
[highest Jewish tradition.
jefforts of Jewish nursing
|e residents to keep the
|e of Jewish tradition and
lices burning are often
evident to members of
the Federation Chaplain Aide
program who visit twenty
nursing homes in Palm Beach
County.
Recently, Chaplain Aide
Herman Linshes reported that
when he mentioned the tradi-
tional Sabbath delicacy
"Cholent" to a group of re-
sidents, they spent an hour
discussing the various recipes
for this ethnic Jewish dish
which originated in Eastern
Europe. The Challah (egg
bread), for the Sabbath
Kiddush at the Morse Center
during Sukkoth, was made by
a one hundred year old re-
sident from a recipe told to her
by her mother when she was a
child in a shtetl in Russia.
During the Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur Holidays, re-
sidents of nursing centers
muster every bit of strength to
attend services which are
usually held in the facility's
activity room which serves as a
chapel. Listening to the
blowing of the Shofer and
participating in Memorial Ser-
vices are Jewish practices they
struggle to keep as part of
their lives, despite disabling
infirmities.
The Palm Beach Jewish
Community and Jewish
Federation, through the Cha-
plain Aide Program, make a
continuing effort to provide
the means to maintain Jewish
tradition and practice for re-
sidents of institutions.
Volunteers desiring to af-
filiate with the Chaplain Aide
Program may call the office of
Chaplain Alan R. Sherman at
Federation offices, 832-2120.
The First Seminar meeting for
the 1983-84 year will be held at
Federation on Tuesday, Nov.
K at 2p.m.
V
Israel Welcomes Ceasefire;
'Ready, Waiting* To Quit Lebanon
By HUGH ORGEL
iL AVIV (JTA) Is-
has welcomed the cease-
that went into effect in
anon, expressing hope that
juld last and indicated that
had contributed more
arc! achieving it than could
liscloscd at this time.
loin mailing on behalf of
I govern in cm. Deputy For-
Minister Yehuda Ben-
stressed that the key to a
fng solution in Lebanon
"the withdrawal of all
pgn forces" from that
niry. He said that "Israel
ady and waiting to leave,
I let us hope that Syria will
[ thai her occupation of
non has led only to
ilshcd and nothing else,
[ thai she will be ready to
get her troops out of Leba-
non."
BEN-MEIR said that Israel
"fully supported the efforts of
the United States, of President
Reagan and of his special emi-
sary. Ambassador (Robert)
McFarlane, in trying to bring
about the ceasefire. Israel has
been working behind the
scenes. We have contributed
throughout the time an im-
portant contribution. But I
think that for the future it
would be best not to give this
any great publicity."
The Deputy Foreign Minis-
ter did disclose, however, that
"Israel has made efforts in co-
ordinating with the U.S. in
places where we can, where we
have influence, to try to
facilitate such a ceasefire. Let
Second Jewish Community Conference on the Rged
HOUSIHO OUA CUKW.V: OPTIONS fOU TH SOS
sponsored bu
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of the
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us all hope that it will work
and that it will be a first step in
solving the overall problems in
Lebanon, the basis of which
will be, of course, the with-
drawal of all foreign forces
from Lebanon."
According to reports from
Beirut, the Lebanese police
estimate / that 806 Lebanese
were killed and 1,725 wounded
in the three weeks of fierce
fighting in the Shouf moun-
tain area!and around Beirut
since the Israeli army with-
drew to the Awali River line.
Observers here, as well as
Lebanese officials and Druze
leader Walid Jumblatt
qualified their optimism over
the ceasefire by noting that
there have been many previous
ceasefires in Lebanon which
held for a time and then broke
down.
Meanwhile, a delegation
representing the Peace Now
movement met with Defense
Minister Moshe Arens to dis-
cuss the situation in Lebanon
and on the West Bank. Peace
Now leader Sali Reshef told
reporters after the 90-minutc
meeting that "We expressed
our deep concern about our
long stay in Lebanon .
Minister Arens unfortunately
is picturing a situation in
which it will take us years to
get out of Lebanon."
RESHEF SAID the delega-
tion told Arens of their con-
cern over the morale of Israeli
troops in Lebanon and of the
Israeli public "if indeed we
have to stay there."
The delegation undertook to
provide Arens with details,
based on the reports of reserve
soldiers, of exactly what took
place when Jewish settlers
allegedly sacked and burned
the Hebron market place after
a Yeshiva student was fatally
stabbed there last July.
"We told him we have the
testimony of people who were
on reserve duty on the night of
the burning and we are going
to submit to the Minister
document about it," Reshef
said. "The Minister promised
us he would investigate our
complaints and that if people
are found to be guilty they will
be tried."
Project Renewals
Our Partnership
In Israel's Future
Israel Updates 480 Residents from 45
Neighborhoods Take University Exams
The school year ended over the summer for participants
in Project Renewal's Academic Leadership Course. Six
hundred and eight students at eight colleges, most 25-40
years of age and a large portion unskilled and minimally
educated, had registered and attended classes. Of these,
480 took their first university examination this year.
One student told his story recently: "I have worked since
I was 16 years old the 1950's were difficult years and I
had tp help out at home. Since my compulsory army
service, I have worked at the same company and have been
promoted regularly but I have always wanted to study.
When this course was offered, I consulted with my wife
and five children and they were all very encouraging. Now,
it is very important to my children that I succeed. I will
certainly continue with the course though I am not
especially concerned with whether I get a degree or not.
The learning is the important thing!"
In the coming year, five new classes are to be added to
the existing 12. Four hundred students have already paid
registration fees and it is expected that the 17 classes will
operate at full capacity.
. from teats to prefab to refurbished. These dwellings
are typical of Giora, oae of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County's twinned Project Renewal neighborhoods.
With this community's participation, the quality of
housing in Hod Hasharon's neighborhoods of Giora and
Gil Amal will continue to improve, and with It, the quality
of life for over 1,000 distressed f amities.

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Involvement in Lebanon Nothing To Do With Israel
The point is increasingly made here in
America, especially with an assist from a
growing corps of Israeli leaders, that if the
United States has committed itself to the
presence of marines in Lebanon for the next
18 months, then Americans ought to know
that this is the decision of President
Reagan with the assent of the Congress.
What this means, as former Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and others pointed
out the other week, is that it is an American
decision totally unrelated to Israel's role in
Lebanon as Israel conceives of it. Whatever
Israel did or failed to do in Lebanon was
done in the cause of Israel's best interest,
no one else's, and certainly not that of the
United States.
More important, if Israel failed in its
original motives in Lebanon, then it is
Israel that must bear that burden, in-
cluding a failure resulting from America's
frustration of these motives.
In short, says this opinion, the Reagan
Administration's decision with respect to
the stationing of U.S. marines in Lebanon
is precisely that the Reagan
Administration's. It has nothing to do with
Israel's needs or desires. Or, indeed, with
the Reagan Administration's sudden,
agonizing realization that what it did in
Lebanon to frustrate Israel now requires, in
the President's view, the presence of U.S.
marines there.
We are happy that the statement is
made. It ought to be broadcast more ML
and more frequently. For the Ukelihoodw
that a continued U.S. presence in Lebatw!
will ultimately spell the the kind of cost?
the American people that they may not
want to pay. And then there will be the
desire to blame someone. In this cane
Israel. ^
No way, say the Israelis. Now that
President Assad's motives in Lebanon are
finally clear to all the President's men -
they are precisely the motives that Israel
said they were from the beginning this
point is of paramount importance. Let it be
made again and again. And then again
after that.
Food
This year, Sunday, Oct. 16,
has been designated as World
Food Day. Almost every com-
munity organizes some
relevant observances during
the pre-Thanksgiving period.
It is an important Jewish
priority and a vital part of the
JDC and Jewish community
agenda.
The American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee, es-
tablished in 1914, is the over-
seas arm of the American Jew-
ish community and is devoted
to the rescue, relief and re-
habilitation of Jews and Jew-
ish communities in over 30
nations around the world. Its
1983 budget of $43.3 million is
funded primarily through
United Jewish Appeal com-
munity campaigns.
JDC's first challenge in
1914 was to bring aid to the
Jewish communities in Eastern
Europe which were trapped by
the warring forces of World
War I. The JDC mobilized the
American Jewish community,
and sent food and money to
the hungry and homeless.
In the years immediately
following, many more Jews
were brought to the brink of
starvation by the fighting that
continued in the "Pale of
Settlement" along the Polish-
Russian border. The JDC sent
doctors, nurses, social
workers, and, most vital
tons of food and clothing.
The Jewish community of
Europe faced another emer-
gency in the years before and
after World War II, when the
policies of Nazi Germany first
stripped the Jews of livelihood
and homes, and then system-
atically undertook their
destruction. The care and
feeding of the refugees and
later, after the war, of the
nearly 250,000 survivors in the
Displaced Person camps of
Europe and Cyprus was an
awesome task taken up by
JDC and a responsive
American Jewish community
at a cost of scores of millions
of dollars annually.
Reward Increased: $265,000
For Sniper Information
By KEVIN FREEMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Yeshiva University has an-
nounced it is upping its reward
by $250,000 for information
leading to the arrest and
conviction of those respon-
sible for a series of four sniper
attacks on Yeshiva University
students that has left several
university students injured and
one women dead.
The announcement was
made by Yeshiva board chair-
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of the university contributed
$50,000. WCBS-TV sports-
caster Warner Wolf made a
substantial contribution to the
fund, the spokesman said.
The university spokesman
also confirmed that Rabbi Jay
Goldberg, spiritual leader of
the Young Israel of Wavecrest
and Bayswater in Far
Rockaway, Queens, had
initiated a fund-raising drive
in which he expects his congre-
gation to have raised $1,000.
Goldberg's drive is also
designed to get $1,000
donations from each
synagogue in the metropolitan
area.
Miller, at the press confer-
ence at the university's
Manhattan upper West Side
campus, praised the work of
the New York City Police
Department in its efforts to
apprehend the sniper. "They
have gone far beyond doing
what is right and required to
apprehend the murderer," he
said. "We have every con-
fidence in them."
MILLER, meanwhile, took
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the Jewish Defense League
who began daily armed patrols
of the campus area. "We do
not need them. We did not
invite them and we do not
want them here," he said.
In recent years JDC's food-
related programs have helped
the poor and the elderly,
people living in remnant Jew-
ish communities in North
Africa and Eastern Europe
and who are all that remain of
the once great Jewish settle-
ments in Europe and the
Levant.
To the aged and sick Hol-
ocaust survivors of Eastern
Luropc, the extra rations
provided by JDC can mean
longer life, allowing them to
spend their remaining years
with self-respect and dignity.
To the poor children in the
J DC-supported schools of
North Africa JDC hot lunches
mean a chance to grow up
healthy and strong. For many
it is their main meal of the
day. In 1979, when Americans
became aware of the great suf-
fering of the Cambodians and
the starvation there and
among the Cambodian ref-
ugees in Thailand, they turned
to JDC. JDC, in turn, opened
its mailbox to donations for
Cambodian Relief. |D
manner over $450,000
collected and distributed.
JDC was called upon ta-
in 1982, this time as pariofj
international program ofi
for the people of soutj
Lebanon. Donations in
and goods-in-kind reached 1
million. JDC was one of I
first voluntary agencies onL
scene and as such played
pivotal role in the relief won
Much of the goods-in-ki
were donated by volunu
groups in the U.S.A., Eurq
and Israel and distributed I
JDC.
Ol particular concern
JDL and the world Jet
community loday is
famine afflicting the u
Saharun countries of Afrit
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of people are affected, inelw
ing the long-suffering I alas
Jews ol Ethiopia. Startita
is, regrettably, a fad of I
and all people who carei
people arc urged to help!
this disaster to an end.
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Community
Calendar
October 14
JEWISH FEDERATION IN-SERY MANAGEMENT
SEMINAR 8:45 a.m. B'nai Brith No. 3015 board -1
p.m.
October 15
Jewish Community Center dinner dance Hadassah Yovel
- H>att Hotel- 12 noon
October 14
fcahak Community Center college career day Pioneer
Women Na'.Amat Council contention Temple Beth
Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. Pioneer Women Golda
Meir national contention Temple Israel Sisterhood 10
a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3132 10 a.m. Congregation
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood dinner 8 p.m.
October 17
Jewish Family and Children's Service board- ":30p.m.
Pioneer V\omen Theodore Herri board 10 a.m.
Jewish V\ar Veterans No. 408 board ":30 p.m.
Brandeis University Women Boynton Beach noon
American Jewish Congress 12:30 p.m. Hadassah -
Henrietta Szold Jewish study group 10:30 a.m.
Pioneer Women Ezrat 1 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah 1
p.m. Women's American ORT luncheon-card party -
11:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3016-7:45 p.m 'JEWISH
FEDERATION SOVIET JEWRY TASK FORCE 10
A.M.
October It
Hadassah Henrietta Szold I p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
- Menorah board 10 a.m. Women's American ORT -
Boynton Beach 1 p.m. Women's American ORT -
Boynton Beach 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Chai -
7:30 p.m. Temple Israel board 8 p.m. Pioneer
Women Cypress Lakes 12:30 p.m. Yiddish Culture
Group Century Village 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3041 -
8 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom 12 noon
JEWISH FEDERATION YLD-YAD CABINET 8 p.m.
JEWISH FEDERATION COUNCIL ON AGING AT
TEMPLE ISRAEL -9-1 p.m.
October 19
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION EXEC.
COMM 6 P.M -6 P.M OPEN BOARD MEETING AT
ROYCE HOTEL Yiddish Culture Group Crest haven
B'nai B'rith No. 3115 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3015 -
-;30 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women Palm
Beach 12 noon Pioneer Women Golda Meir 12:30
p.m. Jewish Community Center board 8 p.m.
Pioneer Women Orah 1 p.m. Hadassah Shalom 1
p.m.
First Conservative
Kibbutz To Bo
Established In Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Ten adults and four children
left for Israel to establish the
first kibbutz of the Conserva-
tive movement, it was an-
nounced here by the United
Synagogue of America. They
took with them a very special
gift from a Conservative
congregation in Brooklyn a
Sefer Torah.
Rabbi Benjamin Kreitman,
executive Mce president of the
United Synagogue, made the
presentation of the Sefer
Torah on behalf of the United
Synagogue at farewell
ceremonies at JFK Interna-
tional Airport. The scroll is a
gift from the Flatbush Shaare
Torah Jewish Centers, of
which Kreitman is rabbi
emeritus.
The settlement group will
spend a year in training at a
nearby kibbutz before moving
to their own 375-acre site,
located in lower Galilee just
northwest of Nazareth, to be
called Kibbutz Hannaton. It
will feature an education
center staffed by kibbutz
members, to serve the Conser-
vative movement. The center
will host youth programs and
offer seminars and courses on
Conservative Judaism. The
economy of the kibbutz will be
based on agriculture and
industry.
The group will be joining
with 30 other settlement group
members who left previously
and are now in Israel. Their
training kibbutz, Kfar
Hahoresh. will greet the new
arrivals with a welcoming
ceremony. The following
week the new kibbutzniks will
start their work rotation and
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tended during the seven years of her associate rti
Congregation. ociat,on W|Uj,
The Sisterhood presented her with a ua u
plaque. Hearirtta BeraMil made the en,nec
presentation.
The Ruth Hyde Group presented a Cantata a
Ruth's life as a Rabbi's wife. Ruth is the if! SP'^l
Rabbi Harry Z. Scaectataa. "e of Wind
Dr. Jeffrey Peaaerjust returned from Dallas*
attended medical meetings in orthopedics Lnon *\
Jeffre> and wife Payllb resumed workmg on lhe ft
Community Center's First Annual Dinner DanJ n
JeffS
Lommunii) t-cmcr s rirsi .annual Dinner Dancf Tl
dance will be held on Oct. 15 at the Rovce Hotel Uft
feels that this special evening wiU be a good chance 2
-ire community to get together and enjoy PhvlIiT^j
frey it does sound like an exciting evcnine
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Jeffrey
Lenore tad Sol Stetaberg of Palm Beach attended J
dedication ceremonies for new dormitories at the 3
Gurion University of the Negev. Sol was responsiblef
building the dormitories and has been involved in hal
education for the past 20 years. He has built w\
schools and athletic facilities throughout Israel.
This past June, Sol was honored by the Slate of Isradl
for his involvement and dedication toward the funherintI
of Jew ish education in Israel. ''
Lenore and Sol are active in Jewish life including Israd
Bond and the Jewish Federation.
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Continuing A Tradition Of Helping Others
^adassah, the largest Zion-
lorganization in the world,
i founded by Henrietta
l|d to alleviate primitive
C,lth conditions which she
(covered on a trip to
destine during the early part
this century. Upon her
lurn to this county, she
Led a study group in 1912
lich has grown into a multi-
jceted organization
idassah.
Jhe largest women|s vol-
eer organization in the
lited States was the
It to bring modern medical
to Israel by establishing
first nurses training,
dical and dental schools,
Ilic health and social
fare systems and by in-
ducing medical equipment
techniques that made
Jsible the first complete
Her for cancer care. The
of the Medical Center,
facilities at Kiryat
^iassah and Mt. Scopus in
usalem, is a University
^hing hospital utilizing
dcrn western standards,
(led personnel, and facilities
I services that represent the
1st in medical technology
1 treatment.
The Hadassah University
tspital at Ein Karem is an
bed teaching facility
lose departments cover
flually every modern
Jical discipline. In 1977 the
Iglricd and lima Ullmann
|ikling housing the Moshe
arett Institute of Oncology
|s dedicated and became
ad's first comprehensive
kter for cancer diagnosis,
prapy, control, and
parch, lrma Ullmann, a
|m Beach resident, was
nored in that year by the
Im Beach County Chapter
IHadassah at their Angel of
|rcy luncheon.
This year Youth Aliyah
ebraied its fiftieth anni-
tsary of integrating
ngsiers into the life and
Id of Israel. Founded in
34 by Recha Freier and
Tier Jewish leaders in
[many, and by Henrietta
old, who became its director
[Palestine, a post she held
|il her deaih, Youth Aliyah
since then "graduated"
pr 185,000 youngsters from
lands. H adassah remains
K of the largest organi-
lional contributors in the
>rld to Youth Aliyah.
itadassah Israel Education
hices include vocational
Vcation as well as secondary
d college education. Since
JJ2_it has been developing
luiivc approaches that set
7Pattern for others.
in the American scene, the
Pencan Affairs Program of
foassah brings members
furatc information needed
1 nclP ihem analyze vital
rent issues and participate
f "gently in public affairs,
foassah provides factual
formation on the develop-
m and security of Israel to
American public. To equip
Pibcrs to understand their
fish heritage and to enrich
F lives as Jews, its Jewish
["cat.on Department
C 8u'dance and
puree materials for creative
"isn living.
Through jts youth move-
En. Hashachar, Hadassah
Kram0un F^* a varied
piram Wh,cn lnciudes four
fcVI Y0U"8 Judea"
H'g Judea encompasses
unions, social activities.
seminars, leadership training,
summer camps and Israel
work-study-travel institutes.
Nationally, Hadassah has
370,000 members organized in
35 regions with 920 chapters
and 773 groups. Nine of the
chapters have over 5,000
members each. The Florida
Central Region, of which
Palm Beach County is a part,
encompasses the entire state of
Florida except Jacksonville
and Dade and Broward
counties. It has 15,000
members and is one of the
largest fund raising regions in
the country.
Hadassah was introduced
into Palm Beach County 35
years ago with the chartering
of one chapter, the Palm
Beach Chapter. Past presi-
dents before reorganization
have included Helen Lande,
Tootsie Newman, Elsie
Leviton, Marge Dreier, Val
Silberman, Sylvia Altman,
Mary Bachrach, Carol
Roberts, Freuma Klorfein,
Bonnie Turk and Terry
Rapaport. In 1972, when
Hadassah has been active ia Palm Beach
County for 35 yean. Aa Angel of Mercy
luncheon was held ia the Palm Beach garden
of Rose Burns 27 years ago. Today the
luncheon attracts a much larger audience and
is held in area hotels. Enjoying the beautiful
surroundings ia 1956 were [left to right] Pam
Brams, Grace Gasper, Rath Goldstein, Joan
Brams, Mkkie Rose, TilUe Miller and Rath
Manalan. The test woman b unidentified.
Caa aayoae help as oat?
Terry Rapaport became
president, the chapter
numbered 600 members.
During her three year term,
the chapter grew to a member-
ship of 2,400 with eight
groups. Now there are 19
chapters with 7,500 members.
At the National Hadassah
Convention this summer,
Terry was elected to a three
year term on the National
Board. Terry announced that
on Dec. 4, Hadassah will hold
a membership campaign
telethon entitled Hello
Hadassah Sunday. For more
information contact Terry
Rapaport, a member of execu-
tive advisory council for the
Florida Central Region of
Hadassah, 626-4020.
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Blum Urges 'New Leaf For Mideast Peace
By YITZHAK RABI
uiTED NATIONS -
- Israel called on the
, to turn a new lea!
live side-by-side in
. with Israel. "The gov-
jent of Israel is prepared
\ has always been, to
Late with the neighboring
\ states an equitable solu-
|to the Arab-Israel con-
[" Yehuda Blum, Israel's
lassador to the United
Ins, declared in a major
Ln policy address to
Kth General Assembly.
[ting that in 35 years of
Ld bloodshed in the Mid-
last, no problem has been
d, Blum asked the Arabs:
we better off as a result
p many years of conflict
[we would have been had
nations lived side-by-side
Lee? Could not the bil-
[squandered on arms pro-
pents have been put to
f use in solving urgent
kstic problems such as
fty, hunger, illiteracy and
widening social gap be-
nch and poor?" he
HIS 19-page speech,
said that Israel stands
lie full restoration of Leb-
fs sovereignty and inde-
fence and accused Syria of
] to frustrate that goal di-
fand through its proxies.
Irael believes that in order
liable (he attainment of
(goal, all foreign forces
withdraw from the
|ry. Alongside these ob-
es, and bearing in mind
{experiences of recent
Israel's legitimate secu-
|ceds must be guaranteed
Lebanese territory must
Ibe used again for attacks
lour citizens," the Israeli
I said.
I said Israel welcomes the
lire recently achieved in
ion and added, "We are
ping the situation closely
re looking forward to the
pshment of conditions
will insure security and
Uility along the Israel-
pon border."
WARNLD, "Under no
imanccs will Israel agree
rn to the state of affairs
prevailed until 16
M ago, when Lebanese
>ry was used as a base for
h\ operations against
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hopes and wishes to see an in-
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strong and stable regime exer-
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country."
But Blum strongly attacked
Syria which, he charged, has
broadened its involvement in
Lebanon and is engaged in a
direct war agaist the govern-
ment of that country. "Presi-
dent (Hafez) Assad (of Syria)
backed diplomatically and
militarily by the Soviet Union
and assisted by Palestinian
terrorists continues his
ruthless operations to keep
Lebanon in disarray in an at-
tempt to force Lebanon to
submit to Syrian
domination," Blum charged.
He added that, "resorting
to its well known tactics of
threats and extortion, Syria
continues to undermine Leba-
non's path to regaining its
sovereignty. This is pursued by
Syria directly and by proxy
and its uninhibited brutality
stops short of nothing."
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Blum reiterated Israel's
contention that "the essence
of the conflict has always been
and remains the persistent
enmity of the Arab states
toward the Jewish national
renaissance."
He maintained that Arab
enmity toward Israel "has
been demonstrated very
clearly in the case of the ter-
rorist organization known as
the PLO that grouping of
rival terrorist factions has
always depended on the con-
tinued support of the Arab
states and their allies for its
existence," Blum said.
Blum charged that the PLO
objective is to destroy the
State of Israel. He accused it
of perpetrating "bloody
atrocities which have struck at
all, Jews and non-Jews, young
and old, men, women and
children."
IN THE course of his
speech, Blum referred to the
following points:
Nuclear weapons: He said
that Israel continues to sup-
port the establishment in the
Middle East of a nuclear
weapons-free zone, fit is clear
that only free and direct nego-
tiations between all Middle
East states can insure real
progress toward the conclu-
sion of a convention (on a
nuclear-free zone) which will
establish a system of mutually
binding obligations on all
states in the region," he said.
Soviet Jews: Blum ac-
cused the Soviet Union of con-
tinued harassment against
Soviet Jews. He said Jews in
the Soviet Union "are being
systematically denied the basic
human right to emigrate to
reunite with their families in
Israel." He charged that as the
gates of emigration have been
nearly shut in the Soviet
Union, officially inspired anti-
Semitism is on the rise there.
Economic cooperation:
Blum said Israel is willing,
within the means at its dispos-
al, to make its contribution to
the advancement of interna-
tional economic cooperation.
Many seats in the General
Assembly hall were empty
when the Israeli envoy rose to
speak. Most were seats occu-
pied by Arab delegation who
make it a practice of leaving
whenever an Israeli diplomat
addressed the world body. The
sole exception were the Egyp-
tian and Lebanese delegates
who remained in the hall while
Blum spoke. ,
Jewish-Owned Store Bums
PARIS (JTA) Anti-Semitic inscriptions covered a
Jewish-owned store which burned down in Paris. Police said
they found slogans such as "Death to the Jews" on the charred
walls of the clothing store. Police experts said the fire, which
gutted the building, was the result of criminal arson.
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ggg "-' The Jewiah Fbridkn of Palm Beach County Friday. October 14,1983
Organizations in the News
HADASSAH
Shaloai West Pala Beach
Hidassah Calendar:
Tuesday. Oct. 18 Ethel
Roe> mill begin a Hadassah
Awareness Leadership
Course. Contact Ethel (Strat-
ford I -123 A) for details.
Oct. 19 General meeting
at Anshei Sholom.
No>. 2 For your holiday
shopping. Bazaar and Flea
Market at West Palm Beach
Auditorium, 10 to 4 p.m.
Lunchroom will be open. For
details, Florence Wechsler.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
Pate Beach Eveaiag Chaa-
ler Waaaea't Aaericaa ORT
announces the following fall
activities:
Oct. 22 Game night, a
social evening featuring home-
baked desserts and great
snacks is always popular in
our chapter. Call Karen 582-
4235 for details. $15 per
couple.
Nov. 3 Save the first
Thursdav of the month for our
annual Chanukah Bazaar
which will feature unusual
gifts, personalized items from
numerous vendors and crafts-
people in the community For
further information call
Nancv 683-224".
Los Aageles io Host
Coaveatioa
Carrying uh them the
statement of Joseph Harmatz,
Director-General of the World
ORT Union, mat Woati's
Aatencaa ORT is a leading
force in the American Jewish
community (and) interna-
tional]) vou are the lifeblood
of our activates, enabling
hopes to become deeds,
dreams to become realities
. North Palm Beach
Count) Region delegates will
leave on Oct 15 for the 27th
Biennial National Convention
which is the first West
Coast National Convention of
the organization to be held
in Los Angeles. Oct. 16
through 19. Some 1.200 dele-
gates, representing 145,000
members of Women's Ameri-
can ORT in over 1.250 chap-
ters from coast to coast, will
attend the Convention's
plenary sessions, panels and
workshops.
Members of the North Palm
Beach Count) Region attend-
ing are: Helen Bilawsky, presi-
dent; Lilyan Jacobs, chairman
of the executive committee;
Carolyn Ring, immediate past
president ana parliamentar-
ian; Esiher Sugerman. educa-
tion; Svivia Gavle. chapter
life; Blanche S.Nerman, Jew-
ish communi!) relations.
Chapter delegates are Svivia
Radwin (Golden Rivers),Shir-
lev Hofkins (Golden Lakes),
Fannie Schwartzman and
Ruth Arnstein (Palm Beach),
Sue Shotz and Ethel Saks
(Poinciana). Edna Grey
(Royal), Nancv Miner (Wel-
lington) and Shirley Halpenn
(Mid-Palm), Sylvia Summer-
field (Century).
ORT (Organization for Re-
habilitation through 1 raining)
has been in operation since
1880. Over two million people
have been trained by ORT
since its inception. Today, the
international ORT network is
comprised of some 800 voca-
tional and technical schools
located in two dozen countries
on five continents, with an an-
nual student enrollment in
excess of 100.000. 75,000 of
whom studv in Israel. The
Bramson ORT Technical In-
stitute in New York City and
ORT's recent entry into the
Jewish Day School movement
in Florida are bringing ORT's
experience and know-how to
the American scene. Women's
American ORT. founded in
1927, is the largest of groups
in 40 nations which support
the global ORT program.
A new ORT school is cur-
rently under construction in
Los Angeles. LAOTI (Los
Angeles ORT Technical Insti-
tute) will serve the second
largest metropolitan Jewish
population in the U.S. Adele
Sandow (Indian Spring Chap-
ter) is Region chairman for
this project.
Waatea's Aaericaa ORT.
West Pala Beach Chapter
coming events:
Nov. 5 Luncheon-The-
atre Part) at Royal Palm The-
atre. Saturday. Nov. 5. Show
is 'Pal Joe>." Call Eve Levin
or Bettv Gunther for reserva-
tions.
Nov. 11 Flea Market
(Rummage) on Friday, Nov
II. Save saleable items. Call
Libby Blum if you have heavy
appliances, etc.
Nov. 24 to 27-THANKS-
GIVING WEEKEND De-
part for Cape Canaveral
Cruise on Scandinavian Line
ship among lush surroundings
. Day No. 2 Friday Break-
fast at Holiday Inn-Lido
Beach; then set sail aboard
Sarasota Bay ship to St.
Armand's Circle etc., etc.
Dinner and exciting show at
Golden Apple Dinner Theatre.
Day No. 3 Satarday Non-stop
entertainment: Ringling Bros.
Museum-Famous Adamic
Restaurant Floor Show .
Old Heidelberg Castle, etc.
Day No. 4 Saaday to Fan-
tasy Isles, to Famous Waltzing
Waters to Naples Dinner
Theatre. Call A. Shelton or A.
Dickstein for reservations
now:
pioneer women-
NA'AMAT
Meeting of the Golda Meir
Clab. Pioaeer Womea-
Na'amat will take place
Wednesday Oct. 19. 12:30
p.m. at the American Savings
Bank. West Gate.
The program will feature se-
lections by Bea Kahn and her
musical trio.
Tuesday, Oct. 23 a member-
ship tea for prospective new
members and their sponsors.
Nov. 2 "Pal Joey" at the
Royal Palm Dinner Theatre.
Nov 23-25 Key West Trip.
Call Bea Cohen for reserva-
tions.
Palm Beach CoaacM Pio-
aeer Womea-Na'aaial has
chosen delegates to the Na-
tional Biennial Convention to
be held at the Hyatt Regency
in Baltimore, Maryland, Oct.
16-19. Shirley Fayne, presi-
dent, and Rae Hornstein, im-
mediate past president, will
represent Council.
Highlights of the Conven-
tion will be an address by
Shimon Peres, chairman of
the Labor Party in Israel and
Jeane Kirkpatrick, United
States Ambassador to the
United Nations, who win be
present to accept the Golda
Meir Human Relations
Award.
Workshops will focus on
Pioneer Women's priorities in
the United States; women's
struggle for economic
equality; budget cuts and
attacks on the U.S. Constitu-
tion.
Pioneer Women supports
the Na'amat services for
women and children in Israel.
In America, Pioneer Women
advocates progressive legisla-
tion for Women's Rights and
Child Welfare; promotes Jew-
ish Education and supports
Human Rights for Jews in dis-
tress.
WOMEN1
The next general
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Chapter w,il be heM "
day.Oc, ...^T.
Tcmplch^^^I
Cult Awareness." Av*
formative and S
-v.cdw,,lfc zen Center. 5217 T
P"k Rd., Lake fli,'
33410 (on Northlakct
posite Horseshoe Acres)
For further info*. .
call: Debbie Gordon fij
or MarciaReiff 622-0937
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AND
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The opening Fall mi
the Anti-Defamation
Committee of Pt|a
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Tuesday, Oct. 18 at In.,,.
the Mid-County Senior
zens Center, Dixie Hi
and 2nd Ave. North
Worth.
All Council, Lodge, Chj
ter. Unit Presidents and I
Chairpersons in Palm
County are urged to i
The guest speaker is
Shure, Palm Beach (_
Regional Director. Her to
will be "Update on Pertin
Issues." A question
answer period will follow.
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Friday, October 14,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
Volunteers for Israel Offers College Credit
response to Israel's
Inuing demand for emer-
C manpower. Volunteers
Israel has announced that
Ints presently enrolled in
frican colleges can now
nteer for three months of
t in Israel without losing a
[ster of credit at school.
conjunction with the
|eee Consortium For
Rational Studies, and
land Community College
lew York, Volunteers For
has arranged a compre-
ijvc 15-crcdit program of
iemic studies to be given in
Lg hours after the civilian
L,rt work a volunteer
orms in military ware-
es throughout Israel. In
lion to the vital manpower
lolunteer provides, each
Ith of volunteer service
Is an Israeli reservist to
Jrn home to his job and his
Ely. Volunteers pack food
1 clothing, clean equip-
|t, repair machines, and
;'on construction and land
lects necessary to the
City of Israel.
Istablished in response to
emergency manpower
^tage in Israel caused by
call-up of civilian reservists
active military duty in
IDL Hails U.S.
decision Not To
[Attend Energy
jnclave In India
fEW YORK (JTA)
Anti-Defamation League
1'nai B'rith applauded the
.Department of Energy
ision not to participate in a
Irld Energy Conference in
V Delhi because the Indian
lernmeni barred Israel from
fnding.
a telegram to Energy
fretary Donald Hodel, ADL
lonal chairman Kenneth
lkin said the decision not to
|nd the Energy Conference
"admirable." He corn-
Hied the Secretary's
emeni that the "U.S.
eminent would not par-
Paic in international
lerenees when the host
ntry bars attendance by
[esentatives of responsible
iibers of the community of
ons."
Jje only hope," Bialkin
pd in the telegram,
pi other governments
pnd the world follow the
fncan lead." Bialkin also
V on the Administration
lommunicate to the Indian
T'nment that the principle
universal participation
W be adhered to in future
["ences held in that
October, 1982, Israeli
psentatives were also
JO from attending an
[national bar association
|2j,ce New Delhi by
'ndian host committee on
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Lebanon, Volunteers For
Israel has sent over one
thousand Americans to Israel,
and has become a permanent
national undertaking and
lifeline between Israel and
Jews in America.
To satisfy the demand for
volunteer workers throughout
the year, when many young
Americans are in school, Vol-
unteers For Israel has made it
possible for students to
continue their education in
Israel at minimal cost. Tuition
for a three-month program of
15 credits, for residents of
New York state, is $890,
including roundtrip airfare,
room, board, and tours. For
residents of other states,
tuition is offered at a com-
parably low cost. Students are
eligible for Federal Pell
Grants, state and local college
aid.
Semesters are scheduled to
commence Oct. 6, Feb. 1, and
June 4. A one-month study
program of six credits is also
offered at a cost of $690. The
tuition, which includes airfare,
room, and board, will be $640
several times a month from
New York.
To become a Volunteer For
Israel and to apply for the
after Nov. 1. Flights depart
credit semester program,
please call 212-608-4848, or
write Volunteers For Israel, 40
Worth Street, Suite 710, New
York, NY 10013.
Attending a Hadassah Israel Bond Com-
mittee planning the $1,000 Preview
Champagne Party to be held at the Hibel
Museum on October 24th are [seated left to
riRhtl Fanny Sperber, Lillian Dorf, Myra
Ohrenstine, Sarah Kenvin, Diana Levine and
Beatrice Brosse. [Standing left to right]
Fanny Schwartz, Frances Rose, Sheila
Sugan, Claire Braun, Laura London and
Ann Hopfan.
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JCC News
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A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Penner, chairpersons of the
Jewish Community Center's First Annual Dinner Dance
which will be held Saturday, Oct. 15, at the beautiful
Royce Hotel are busily preparing for an elegant evening.
All who attend will not only enjoy good company and
good food but will be dancing to an exciting band. This
will certainly be a "Night to Remember." Gather your
friends together and make your own table.
To receive an invitation and-or additional in-
formation, please call 689-7700.
"ONE SINGULAR SENSATION"
Singles, ages 21 to 50, will gather together the
weekend of Nov. 4 through Nov. 6, at the Jupiter Beach
Hilton in Jupiter, Fla.
Coordinated by the Jewish Community Center of the
Palm Beaches, Singles from Dade, Broward, Cape Coral,
Fort Myers and Tampa will meet with Singles from Palm
Beach County for a variety of activities.
Four exciting workshops will be offered and presented
by the experts in their fields: Joy Prouty of the Fitness
Connection, Dr. Norma Schulman, psychologist: Rabbi
Steven Westman of Temple Beth Torah and a special
Tennis Workshop. There will be Israeli dancing,
socializing, and a chance to meet new people.
For complete details please call Joan at 689-7700.
Senior News
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tails. Palm Beach County
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structor.
Arts and Crafts Mondays
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Know Your Car Mon-
days, at 1:30 p.m., Paul Ob-
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Yoga In The Chairs
Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m., Bea
Bunze, Instructor.
Positive Life Attitudes
Thursdays, at 1:30 p.m., Nita
Young, Instructor.
Healthful Living Fridays,
at 1:30 p.m., Joan Fox, In-
structor.
? Writers' Workshop
Fridays, at 9:15 a.m. (advanc-
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This Mason
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the 'beat in Flor-
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SYMPHONY, the ATLANTA SYM-
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stage Famed ORPHEUS return*
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with the BRANDENBURG and
ISRAEL CHAMBER ENSEMBLES
Cellists LEONARD ROSE, and
YOYO MA. electrifying clari-
netist, RICHARD STOLTZMAN.
dynamic violinist, YOUNG-UCK
KIM, will perform. Some of the
world's greatest pianists,
GARRICK OHLSSON, PETER
SERKIN, EMANUEL AX. JOHN
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also appear on the MUSIC "At
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DANCE abounds with the re
turn of some of the area's most
loved dance com-
panies: Canada's
finest, the ROYAI.
WINNIPEG, the full
length "Sleeping
Beauty" of the
HOUSTON BALLET
and last year's sen-
sation, the DANCE
THEATRE OF HAR
LEM. all with orchestra. Also. Uie
HARTFORD BAIXETreturnsin an
exciting and diverse program
with pianist RUTH LAREDO.
AH of Regional Arts plan-
tations are at the West Palm
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For ticket* or a eeasonal bro-
churecall or write the Auditonwn
Box Office, P.O. 3087, We*LPalm
Beach, 33402. Phone 683W-
ADV.


Friday, October 14,1983 /The Jewish Floridian of PalmBetch County Page 13
..i -.
UA vacation in Israel
for*839?
It takes a friend to get
it for you at this price."
Get a complimentary
Avis Rent A Car.
"What friend can get you a round-trip
ticket, six days and five nights in a supe-,
rior hotel in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv,
and a complimentary
car for five days? All
for $839?
"ElAl,the
Airline of Israel.
"I know
because I fly for
El Al from the U.S. to
Ben Gurion Airport
in Israel.
"And we're the
only airline that flies 747s nonstop to Israel. So you
arrive for your 'Sunsation' vacation hours sooner
"If you want, you can add $100 to the $839 package price and choose the deluxe
King David Hotel in Jerusalem. It's a city that's been welcoming travelers for hundreds
of years.
"Or you can stay at the deluxe Dan Hotel in Tel Aviv.
It's my favorite city on the Mediterranean.
"Then when you pick up your complimentary Avis Rent
A Car, you have five days to drive around all of Israel.
"But you might want to spend it all on a little beach I'll
tell you how to get to.
"For $839, only a friend could do as much.
"Call your travel agent. Or El Al at
For complete tour details, call or write Sunsation Six Tour Desk:
El Al Israel Airlines, 850 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022.
Name
Address
Come to Israel*
Come fly with friends.
City
State
Zip
Price per person/double occupancy effective November 15.1983 to February
29.1984 Offer not valid from 12/15/83 to 1/5/B4. One Avis car per double
room; aas, mileage, and insurance charges not included If named hotels
unavailable, comparable accommodations will be substituted
Package price based on New York-Tel Aviv round-trip only For prices from
your area, contact your travel agent or El Al
The Airline of Israel.
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III
ie News
Candle Lighting Time Friday, October 14-6*37
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Shirley Lichstein, Adult Ed-
ucation Chairperson, assem-
bled five mini-course work-
shops with a specific goal in
mind and in response to re-
quests from within the Con-
gregation of Temple Beth Da-
vid. Palm Beach Gardens. The
goal is to enlarge the circle of
active participants in the adult
education program.
Sunday, Oct. 23 7:30
p.m. Israel Today In-
structors Joseph and Nira
Sinai. The workshop will
include discussions on the
qualit) of life in Israel today
and w hat everyday life is really
like with an emphasis on
economic, social and political
problems.
Follow-up- Friday night
service on Oct. 28 Impres-
sions of Israel. After a brief
Frida> night iervice, II people
(all age<) who were in Israel
Bar Mitzvah
Kevin Poignant
KEVIN POIGNANT
Kevin Howard Poignant
will become a Bar Mitzvah on
Friday, Oct. 14 at Temple
Judea. Rabbi Joel Levine will
officiate. Kevin is an eighth
grade student at Howell
Watkins Jnnior High School.
His favorite hobbies are bowl-
ing and football.
Adam Fetterman
ADAMFETTERMAN
Adam Mark Fetterman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Fet-
terman of Palm Beach
Gardens, will be called to the
Torah on Saturday morning,
Oct. 15 at Temple Beth David.
He will also conduct the ser-
vice on Friday night. Rabbi
William Marder and Cantor
Earl Rackoff will officiate.
Adam is in the eighth grade
at Howell Watkins Junior
High School and is a member
ol (he Junior Honor Society.
His hobbies include soccer.
biking, racquetball and race-
cars.
ALAN PARISER
Alan Pariser, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Pariser of Palm
Beach, will .become a Bar
Mitzvah on Oct. IS at Temple
Beth El.
during the summer will lead
the Discussion with Rabbi
Marder as moderator.
Sunday, Oct. 30 7:30
p.m. Qniltiag Instructor
Donna Malkin. Workshop will
include an introduction to
basic piecing and
of a block. Bring:
yard of three coor-
colors of fabric.
scissors, ruler, card-
quilting:
quilting
one-half
dinating
pencil,
board.
Nov. 13 Sunday 7:30
p.m. Games Children Play
Instructor Linda Werner.
This workshop is designed for
parents to help improve and
strengthen interpersonal rela-
tionships with their children.
Workshop topics: Definition
of games how and why they
develop; Exploration of games
that affect stagesof personality
development and personal
growth; Coping with Guilt;
Problems of three generation-
al families; Helping children
cope with anti-Semitism; de-
velopment of healthy self-
image.
Thursday. Nov. 17 7
p.m. Cooking with the Best
Instructors Steve Greenseid
and Donald Hoevendar. Steve
Greenseid, owner of Kosher
Katercr Forty Karats, and
Donald Hoevendar, head
party chef at Grand Union in
Jupiter have planned an easy
but exciting evening of cook-
ing and eating.
Sunday, Dec. 11 7:30
p.m. A Jewish View of
Jesas Instructor Rabbi Wil-
liam Marder.
Registration is open to any
interested person. Contact
Temple Beth David.
Temple Beth David an-
nouces that it has hired two
Youth advisors to assist with
their Youth Groups.
Beth Rosenberg, a first year
college student at PBJC ma-
joring in early childhood edu-
cation, will serve as the
Kadima Advisor. The Kadima
group is comprised of the lev-
neth and eighth grade mem-
bers of the Temple.
The USY division is made
up of the teenagers in grades 9-
12. David London, also a
PBJC student who originally
hails from New York, will be
their advisor.
Anyone interested in partic-
ipating in either of the Youth
Groups, please contact the
Temple office.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Joel Levine will speak
on "Taking Risks" during
Temple Jndea Sabbath Serv-
ices, Friday. Oct. 14 at 8 p.m.
at St. Catherine's Cultural
Center at the corner of South-
ern Blvd. and Flagler Dr.
Cantor Rita Shore will chant
the musk.
Rabbi Levine's sermon will
relate the Torah portion of
"Lech Lecha'm which Abra-
ham undertook a great risk
and journeyed with his family
to a strange land to the
concept of taking risks today.
Religious School classes are
now in progress at the Jewish
Community Day School,
Parker Ave. between Southern
and Forest Hill Brvds. Pre-
school through eighth grade
meet on Sunday mornings
from 10 a.m. until noon.
Fourth through seventh grades
meet an additional day on
Wednesday evenings from 7
p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Confir-
mation, ninth through 12th
grades meet from 7 p.m. until
9:30 p.m. as part of the Mid-
rasha Judaica High School,
Wednesday evenings at the
Day School. Temple member-
ship includes Religious School
participation. Spaces are still
available in all classes.
For additional information,
call the Temple office.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
A special mailing has gone
out to the 60 new families who
have joined Temple Israel, in-
With special nrav,
by Rabbi HowafSs *
new members win ??"
the Bimah where .h11*
presented wi,h flowed
Participating in the
*!fh Rabbi Howard S
ill be Barbara Art
president of Temple
Buddie Brenner,
chairman; Wally
president of the &
and Steve Goldstein,2
of the Brotherhood
Following the $,
Oneg Shabbat will K?
in honor of all the new
bers.
Between 10 a.m. and4
on Saturday, Oct u
bers of the Tempi,'
Board will meet in the h
a designated board m
for a Shabbaton experience
Following a brief S
service and a D'var To
the weekly Sedra, the
members will be given thci
portunity to reflect upon
Jewish values both as it,
dual Jews and as leaders
Temple Israel.
Rabbi Howard Sha.
who will meet with thegr<
will provide stimulating
mats selected from the Ji
experiential worksh
"Hopefully," the rabbi
"the board will be prov,
into discussing issues that
challenge the efficacy of
Religious directory
CONSERVATIVE
B'lwi Torch Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton. 33432. Phone 392-8566.
Rabbi Theodore Feldman. Sabbath Services, Friday 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday 9:30 a.m.
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684-3212.
Rabbi Isaac Vander Wolde. Cantor Mordecoi Spektor Daily:
8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m., and o late
service ot 8:15 p.m.. followed by Oneg Shabbot. Saturday: 8:30
a.m.. 7 p.m.. Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos
BWpjpJH ittti 501 N.E. 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach Phone 734-0802. Rabbi
Avrom L. Droz.n. Sabbath services. Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9
o.m.
1470 Golden lakes Blvd West Palm Beach 33411 Phone 689-
9430 Rabbi Joseph Speiser. Doily Services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30
p.m. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9a.m., 5 p.m.,
Mmcha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Temple Beth David
4657 Hood Rood, Palm Beach Gardens 33410 Phone 694-2350
Rabbi William Morder. Cantor Earl J. Rackoff Sabbath services
Friday 8pm. Saturday 10o.m.
TempfcBethO
2815 No Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-0339
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch, Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath services
Friday 815 p.m., Saturday 930 a.m. Doily M.nyon 8:15 a.m.,
Sunday and Legal Holidays 9 o m
Ttmple Beth Sholom
224 N W Avenue "G", Belle Glode 33430 Sobbath services
Friday. 8:30 p.m Phone 996-3886
Tempfe Beth Sholom
315 N "A" Street, lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020 Robb.
Emanuel Eisenberg, Cantor Jocob Elmon Serv.ces Monday and
Thursday 8:15a m. Friday 8:15pm Soturday 9 o m
Temple Beth Zion
l.ons Club. 700 Cornelia Dr., R0yol Palm Beach. Mailing
Address: 640-101 Trail South, West Polm Beach 33414., Sobbath
Services Friday 8 p.m.. Saturday 9 o.m. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Cantor Choim Baltuck Phone 793-9122.
Temple B'nm Jacob
2177 So. Congress Ave West Polm Beach 33406 Phone 433-
5957 Rabbi Dr Morns Silberman Sabbath serv.ces. Friday 8
p.m., Saturdoy 9a m., Monday ihrough Thursday 9 a.m.
Temple
El
190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480 Phone 832-0804
Rabbi Joel Chaz.n. Cantor Dovid Dordasht, Sabobth services
Friday 8:30 p.m., Soturday 9 a.m.
taBjfeftMl
5780 West Ailant.c Avenue. Delray Beach 33446. Phone 498-
3536 Robb. Bernard Silver. Cantor Seymour Zisook. Sabbath
services. 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Saturday and holiday, 8 45 a m
Dairy Minyan, 8:45 o.m ond 5 p.m.
The Treasure Coast Jewish Center
(Marim County) 3257 S.E. Salerno Road (opposite Winn-DinLl
Stuart, Fl 33490. President lief Gran: 1-287-7732. Friday serva]
8p.m.
CONSERVATIVE LIBERAL
Temple Etarad Light
Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West. Glades Rood(
mile west a' Boco Turnpike). The free Synogogue, P.O. Boa3.
Boco Raton 33432. Phone: 368-1600. 391-111). Robbi Benjamin
Rosoyn. Sabbath services. Friday 8:15 p.m.
ORTHODOX
Coog/tfrtonAttiChoio.
Century Villoge. West Palm Beoch Phone 689-4675. Sabbat j
services 9 am and 5 p.m. Doily services 8:15 o.m. ond6:
p.m.
Coapriftioa Amfcai Emaaa
551 Brittany I. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446. Phone W-74071
or 499-9229. Harry Silver. President. Doily services 8 o.m ond5
p.m. Saturdays and Holidays 9 am
MfOtM
The Reform Ttmple of Japrter-Teooesto
at St. Jude Church (Porrish Hall), mailing address Plaxo 222,
U.S. No. I, Tequesta 33458. Phone 747-4235 President Jeanns j
Tarsches. Services the second and fourth Friday of every mo* j
Temple Beth El of Boco Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boco Raton 33432 Phone 3918900.
Robb. Merle E Singer. Cantor Martin Rosen. Sobboth services
Friday 8:15 p.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer. Saturday *
o.m Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
St. Helens Parish Hall. 20th Avenue and Victory Blvd..
Beoch 32960, mailing address: P.O. Bo* 2113. Vero Beocn,
32961-2113. Rabbi Stephen Adams. Phone 1-569-0180
TempM Bath Tacah
at St. Dovid's m the Pines Episcopal Retreot, Forest Hill Blvd. oJ
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beoch. Mailing address:
lontern Tree lone. West Polm Beoch 33411. Fridoy "'"'*
p.m. Robbi Steven R. Westmon, Cantor Nicholas Fenakl no
793-2700.
Temple Israel
1901 No. Flagler Dr.. West Polm Beach 33407. PhoneIjjj
Robbi Howard Shapiro, Cantonal Soloist Susan Weis
services, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Jwaaa
at St Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall.
Washington Rd at Southern Boulevard. Rabbi Joe [gU
Cantor R,ta Shore Mailing address 1407 H'h tan"'
Worth 33463 Phone 965-7778.
,i,s. Sobba*
at Cason-United Methodist Church, corner of Lake J*I 3
Sw.nton Ave., Delray Phone 276-6161. Maihnfl a N.W. 9th Street. Delray Beach 33444 Robb. Samuti
Friday services 8:15 p m.


ership and the proRrcssive
amics of Temple Israel.
TEMPLE
B'NAI JACOB
e Sisterhood of Temple
Li Jacob of Palm Springs is
Insoring a fabulous Kosher
Inksgiving holiday at the
liborne Hotel in Miami
[rh Thursday, Nov. 24 to
Lay. Nov. 27. Entertain-
L transportation, gratui-
all included. Call Gladys
linorRheaRosenthal.
TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD
[emple Beth El Sisterhood
Vest Palm Beach monthly
king will be held on Tues-
Oci. 18, in Senter Hall,
IN.FlaglerDr. at 8 p.m.
Is. Sandy Singer, program
berson, announced Dr.
Lei Leinwand, political
btist and nationally recog-
educator who is execu-
fdirector of the southeast
bnal Zionist Organization,
be guest speaker. Dr.
I wand's topic will be
tael and the Jewish Peo-
lr. Leinwand has taught in
psalem at the American
ege, University of Puerto
. and Hofster University.
Quests and members are in-
Refreshments will be
bed-
Friday, October 14.1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm BMch County Page 15
Immigration
Problems Subject
of TV Program
Rabbi Alan Sherman, Com-
munity Relations Council
director of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
will host a one hour television
program on the immigration
problems in South Florida.
The program, co-sponsored
with the Palm Beach County
Community Relations Board
and WHRS-42, will be aired
on Oct. 20 at 10 p.m. and
repeated on Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.
Rabbi Sherman, chairman
of the Media Committee of the
Community Relations Board,
will have as his guest, Rev.
Gerard Jean-Juste, Executive
Director of the Haitian
Refugee Center in Miami,
Silvia Gonzalez, former Direc-
tor of the Cuban-Haitian Task
Force in Miami and Dr. B.
Carleton Bryant, chairman of
the Community Relations
Board.
As Betty Rohhias led the congregation in
song, Rabbi Howard Shapiro unrolled the
Torah during Simchat Torah Services at
Temple Israel. The Torah was unrolled to
surround the congregation that they "slight
be enveloped ia teaching aad learning of
Torah," Rabbi Shapiro explained.
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Cold Peace With Israel
Continued from Pag* 2
never came up, Berman
AUBARAK TOLD the
Irish leaders that he has
len some steps to improve
Itions, particularly in the
as of tourism and com-
mercial ties. Berman said that
when he was asked about the
problem Egyptians were
having in getting visas to travel
to Israel, Mubarak replied that
he had heard about this and
had taken steps to correct this.
But Mubarak added that it
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Levltt-Weliieteta Manorial
l. Wait Palm Baach.
.92. of 4M7 Oladatone Drive, Waat
i Beach. Riverside Guardian Plan
el. West Palm Beach.
Ri
ude, M, of Palm Beach. Menormh
cm and Funeral Chapels. Waat
Beach.
el, 82. of 1M0 Presidential Way.
Palm Beach. Levltt-Welnateln
nteed Security Plan Chapel, Waat
i Beach.
nln. 78, of 7im 8. Gordon Drive.
Worth. Levltt-Welnateln
"teed Security Plan Chapel, Wast
I Beach.
KATZ
Esther, 77. of Chatham T MS. Century
Villa**- Waat Palm Baach. Levitt-
Welnsteln guaranteed Security Plan
Chapel. Waat Palm Beach.
KLIPPOCK
Louis. TO of MTB B Queens Palm Court,
Delray Beach. Levltt-Welnsteln
Guaranteed Security Plan Chapel. West
Palm Baach.
NICHOLAS
Edward, 74, of S17 Lake Frances Drive,
West Palm Baach. Riverside Guardian
Plan Chapel, Waat Palm Baach
STUN
Henry, 77, of 1M N.I. Mm Am,
Boynton Beach. Levltt-Welnsteln
Guaranteed Security Plan Chapel. Waat
Palm Baach.
WRONKB*
Claudia, M, of 12S2N. Sugar Sand Blvd..
Riviera Beach. Riverside Guardian
Plan Chapel, West Palm Baach.
was cheaper for Egyptian
tourists to go to Cyprus and
Greece than Israel and
suggested the American Jew-
ish community might subsidize
tourism to Israel.
Mubarak also expressed
regret that Israeli Premier
Menachem Begin had
resigned, according to Ber-
man. Mubarak called Begin a
"strong man and a man who
kept his word." He also said
that Begin understood
Mubarak's problems with
Egyptian public opinion.
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