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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. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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VOLUME 10-NUMBER 3
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1964
PRICE 35 CENTS
Congressman Lewis Firm On Israel's Security
__ Reports On Fact Finding Mission
LLOUISE ROSS
Tt News Coordinator
ter realized that the
ik was so large and
led such a strategic
thai to the security of
pated U.S. Rep. Tom
Fla) upon his return
vo week fact finding
|q Israel, Egypt and
coordinated by the
Jmation League of
Eiih
airly morning briefing
bers of his Advisory
|c on Jewish Affairs
tficcs of the Jewish
pi of Palm Beach
j Lewis commented,
|t work toward peace
doesn't have to
living as a fortress."
jnl.m's King Hussein
|in ihe peace talks.
tressed that even
poriani strategically
Vest Bank, was the
Icighls which he
bin the heights to the
['I lie Golan Heights
h be returned to
smester
Judaica High
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with new cor-
Id in art and the
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Jewish
inhappy with
shown.
Cong. Tom
Lewis (I), during
his recent
mission to the
Midddle East,
talks with an
Israeli soldier at
the Lebanese
border.
On the issue of Jerusalem,
the congressman said that he
had formed no opinion about
the divided city prior to his
trip. However, he said, "After
being in Jerusalem and
hearing the history of both
sides, I now realize that the
city must be united. Every-
thing must be under the
control of Israel."
Turning to the situation in
Lebanon, Lewis found that
both Lebanese and Israelis
believe that Syria will move
into positions vacated by an
Israeli withdrawal. "But Syria
won't become a Russian
puppet state if the 6th Fleet
stays there. The various
factions know about the air-
craft carrier, New Jersey, off
the shore of Beirut and are
afraid of it."
Now that the Marines have
built bunkers underground,
Lewis said, "I am convinced
that the Marines are much
more secure than in the past."
He found the morale high and
most of the men with whom he
in
talked felt that they were
Lebanon for a purpose.
On the other hand, Lewis
was impressed with the
strategic and technical capa-
bility of Israel. He inspected
Israel's latest model tank and
will recommend to the Defense
Department that they consider
adopting it over the MI
Sherman tank presently in use.
Lewis learned from his
meeting with Prime Minister
Shamir of Israel, which he
characterized as "being a thrill
for me," that although the Is-
raelis continue to be involved
in how to arrage peace with
the Arabs, their greatest
concern is how to get the econ-
omy under control. He was
told that all agencies are at-
tempting a 9-10 percent across
the board cut with a 16 percent
cut specified for the defense
budget. "Defense Minister
Moshe Arens feels that the
withdrawal of the troops from
Lebanon will make up the dif-
Continued on Page 9
Rabin: 'New Era* In U.S.-lsraeli
Relationships Is Temporary
B) DAVID LANDAU
Premier Yit/hak Rabin bel-
ieves ihe present commonality
of needs and interests between
Israel and the United States in
the Middle East is temporary
and urged Israel to utilize it to
achieve maximum aid and
other advantages from Wash-
ington.
Rabin, a leader of the op-
position Labor Alignment,
cited increasing pressure on
the Reagan Administration to
pull U.S. forces out of Leb-
anon. To do this while "saving
face." the U.S. needs the Is-
raeli army to stand fast in
south Lebanon. That need
underlays the warm welcome
and friendly atmosphere
which greeted Premier Yitzhak
Shamir on his visit to Wash-
ington in November, Rabin
said.
HE MAINTAINED that
Shamir deluded himself and
the nation when he spoke of a
"new era" in U.S.-lsraeli rel-
ationships. The sharp diverg-
ence last month over the meet-
ing between Egyptian Presid-
ent Hosni Mubarak and Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
Chief Yasir Arafat in Cairo
showed that basic differences
remain between the U.S. and
Israel, Rabin said. The U.S.
saw the meeting as a positive
development while Israel
regarded it as a blow to peace
prospects in the region.
According to Rabin, once
the U.S. moves to extricate it-
self from Lebanon, the
transient coalescence of inter-
ests with Israel there will dis-
sipate. He predicted that U.S.
troops will be removed from
Lebanon by next June at the
latest.
Rabin therefore urged Israel
to utilize the time to imple-
ment security arrangements in
Continued on Page 12
Mini-Mission Program Highlights Local Needs
Larry Ochstein, chairman of the Mini-Mission Program
of the 1984 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Campaign, recently lead two mini-missions for workers in
the 1984 campaign. One Mini-Mission was held for
workers in the Lands of the President and another with
workers from the Mayfair House and The Reef on Palm
Beach.
The Mini-Mission, a concept patterned after the suc-
cessful mission programs to Israel, takes people around the
local community and allows them to view the activity at
each of the local beneficiary agencies of the Jewish
Federation. The participants in a Mini-Mission meet with
the staff of the agencies and learn firsthand what the
specific needs of each agency will be in 1984.
Larry Ochstein noted that the participants in the Mini-
Missions toured each of the four beneifciary agencies of
Jewish Federation the Jewish Community Center the
Jewish Community' Day School the Jewish Family and
Children's Service and the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric
Center. He said, "The Mini-Mission is designed to educate
those in the campaign who will be soliciting funds and will
help our workers become more aware of the role the
agencies play in the life of our community. Mini-Mission
participants have a chance to discuss our goals and ob-
jectives, to hear about current and future needs and to see
Continued on Page 3
Meat ben of the Mayfair House aad The Reef la Palm
Beach participated la a half day Mini-Mission Program to
the foar beneficiary agencies of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County to uraru of their programs and needs.
Pictured above are Heft to right] George Howard, co-
chairman Mayfair Heeae empaign; Bca Kern; Elaine Stein;
Edith Sokotoff; Caroline Baron; Gertrude Shuster; Albert
Shaster, chatrmaa Reef campaign; Larry Ochstein,
chairman Mini-Mission Program; and Murray Kern, co-
chairman Mayfair House campaign.


Midrasha To Begin Spring Semester
Midra>ha-Judaica High
School will begin its Sp:
semester on For. l, 7-9
p.m.. at the Jewish Commun-
itj Day School, 5801 Parkei
Avenue. West Palm Beach.
Di Paul Klein, chairman ol
the Midrasha Committee
the Jewish Federation ol Palm
Beach County, is looking foi
enrollment to exceed the 75
students presently attending
Midrasha. Klein said. "The
Fall semester has been our
most successful one to date.
Ann Lynn Lipton. director of
the school, and the faculty
have been extremely pleased
b> the serious commitment of
the students."
"Attendance and gradua-
tion requirements have
contributed to the positive at-
titude of the students," stated
Ms. Lipton. The Midrasha
Committee has set require-
ments for graduation with
specified amount of credits
divided into four areas: Bible,
Hebrew, Jewish Literature
and History and Electives.
In order to graduate, 48
credits must be accumulated
over four years for incoming
Freshman (9th grade). A
minimum of 31 credits over
three years are required to
qualify for a scholarship at the
end of the eleventh grade with
a minimum of 10 credits per
year required to maintain
good standing.
The choice of courses
during the Spring semester
include Hebrew which is
offered on Beginners. Inter-
mediate and Advanced levels.
Instructors are Rachel Stein
and Edna Goldstein.
All 10th grade students who
are members of Temple Beth
Torah. Temple Israel and
The Bible class gets involved in a heated discussion with Rabbi
Steven Westman.
Temple Judea are required to
take Confirmation class in
order to prepare for their
Confirmation in the Spring.
They meet with their respec-
tive rabbis Rabbi Westman,
Rabbi Shapiro or Rabbi
Levine.
The drama class, under the
direction of Gary Kessler. will
be preparing the drama. The
World of Sholom Aleichem."
Auditions have been held
during the Fall semester so
that placement in each class
period is determined by the
part assigned.
Two courses in Compara-
tive Religions with Skip Paille
are being offered in the Fall
semester. The introductory
course is a general survey ol
major world religions and how
they compare to Judaism. The
advanced course i^ lor stu-
dents who already took the
course. "Judaism and
Christianity." and would like
to study some of the major
Eastern religions as well as
some of the smaller religions
in depth and compare them to
Judaism.
Linda Cha/in will teach a
new course on Jewish Art.
This course w ill focus on com-
bining Art History and Studio
Art which will enable the stu-
deni 10 develop an overview of
Jewish Art History. Hatched.
Matched and Dispatched: the
Jewish 1 ife Cycle is alsoa new
class and will covei the im-
portant life cycle events and
passages ot a Jewish person's
experiences. Ihe course will
be taught by Rabbi \\ estman.
I he >tudy ol contemporai)
marriage, children's rights,
family law. and considerations
ol lew sh value- and attitudes
Jewish Losses In Arab Lands
Need Cataloguing, Goldberg Declares
Bv MAI RICE SAME ELSON
LONDON (JTA) For-
mer United States Supreme
Court Justice Arthur Gold-
berg has called here for the
creation of an international
juridical commission to
catalogue the losses suffered
by former Jewish inhabitants
ol Arab countries.
Delivering the keynote ad-
dress at ihe three-day second
international conference ol the
World Organization ol Jews
Irom Arab Countries
(WOJAC), Goldberg said that
a definitive report, compiled
bv leading Jewish and non-
Jewish jurists, was essential if
appropriate redress were ever
Gordon To Host
Technion Society Chairman
Featured On Mosaic
Jack Goldman, immediate
past president and newly elect-
ed chairman of the board of
American Technion Society,
will be the guest on the Jan. 22
program of Mosaic. The
weekly TV program sponsored
by the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County can be
seen on WPTV Channel 5, 9
a.m. Barbara Gordon, who
hosted the program from
1977-82, will return to serve as
hostess beginning this Sunday.
Goldman, who recently
retired as senior vice president
and chief scientist with Xerox
Corporation, just returned
from Israel where he learned
of the current economic and
political situation there.
Gold served as the director
of the Ford Motor Company
Scientific Laboratory for six
years and was a former
consultant to the Atomic
Energy Comission and the
Department of Defense. He
currently is consultant to
many corporations through-
out the world.
As a member of the Board
of Governors of the Technion
in Haifa, he was instrumental
in choosing their new presi-
dent, Dr. Josiah Singer, who
was the first member of the
faculty to become president.
The program will also
feature a film about Technion
with actor Kirk Douglas.
Mrs. Gordon, president of
Pegasus Productions, has long
been active in the Jewish
community. She has held
many offices including past
president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County
and past general campaign
chairman of the Jewish Fed
cration. i
to be made lor the disposses
sion ol the former Jewish
populations ol the Arab
world.
Goldberg, a former Ambas-
sador to the I nited Nations.
urged the conference to speak
up for the 6,000 Jews ol Syria
and Ihe 60,000 Jews m Iran,
who he said were m "virtual
house arrest." He added, "lor
IOO lone youi voice has been
silent."
c onference organizers said
that about HIMi.OiMi Jews lost
their homes in Arab countries,
roughly the same number as
the Arabs displaced as a result
ol the Arab-Israel: conflict.
"In both cases those who were
uprooted and their descen-
dants number about two
million today." a WOJAC
spokesman said
While the conference is at-
tempting to bring into focus
the Jewish exodus Irom Arab
countries, comparable to the
Arab Might Irom Palestine,
another aim, according to
conference orgam/ers, is "to
let by-gones be bygones, and
to work lor a resolution ol the
sullenngs of both parties to
the Arab Israeli conflict and to
promote peace in the Middle
bast."
I HI WOJAC called |OI
recognition of the shared sui-
tings of these peoples in
order to encourage peace and
understanding, "and to open
the road to a Middle Last set
tlement based on mutual rec-
ognition."
U
Students audition for the Spring production of "TaewJ
Shalom Aleichem." Instructor Gary Kessler bUM |
direction to [left to right) Deanne Mercy, Randy LeipA
Jacob) and Amy Prince.
toward sex. marriage and
family will be covered by a
course entitled, Love, Sex and
Marriage: A Jewish Perspec-
tive taught by Ro/ Pomerance.
Literature of the Holocaust
with Peggy Lc/noff and
Current Events and Jewish Is-
sues round out the courses
which arc offered during the
second semester.
An added benefit of the
program is the strong bonds
that have been formed among
ihe students, faculty members
have noted. They o
Midrasha looking fonta
seeing their friends in iL
to pursuing Judaic kno*3
The Midrasha-Judaici]
School is a community)
sponsored by the
Federation of Palm
County in cooperation 1
the Jewish Community
School and local synagq
For more information co
Ann Lynn Lipton, Jd
Education Director, u|
I ederatioii office. 832-213
Leadership Developmei
i
sa


Marc Poilick. director of the Holocaust Memorial Prof
Miami, was the guest lecturer for Ihe Youag Li
Development Program sponsored by the Jewish Ffdmi
Palm Beach County. He showed a multi-media pr
titled "The Journey of Conscience" which document*!
made by a group of high school students to the coaceii
camps in Eastern Europe. Holocaust survivors, Esther!
Mirth and Ed Eefkowiti, abo addressed the group nj
experiences.
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ly, January 20,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
dian Spring To Hold
it Annual Dinner Dance
fifth consecutive
lid B. Streem has
Tinted by Myron J.
: general chairman of
Jewish federation of
ch County-United
ippeal campaign, to
jcampaign at Indian
Boynton Beach.
ks announced the ap-
|i of Millicent
to chair the First
Hnner Dance to be
Feb. 12. 6:30 p.m., at
liana club in Palm
behalf of the 1984
(minimum commit-
).) Barbara Cordon,
board member of
fcwish Appeal, will be
mpeaker.
jin stated. "'We are
i to have Harold serve
man of the Indian
impaign once again.
Icrship has involved
more residents each
ipport of the needs of
|ally and worldwide.
inauguration of the
Inual Dinner Dance,
pnfidenl that this year
new records being
| at Indian Spring."
with an accounting
degree, served as
vice-president of
: Food Products Corp.
[CO-Wayne Corpora-
JJA mission to Israel
him to become in-
in organizing the
jn-UJA campaign at
Ipring. Previously, he
wc in his temple and
frith in both Philadel-
id Great Neck, NY
and his wife spend
liners.
km Solomon in com-
about the Dinner
kated, "This event is
Ig much excitement
ic residents of Indian
[Our guest speaker,
Harold B Streem
Millicent Solomon
Barbara Gordon, has been
very active in Jewish com-
munal affairs both on the local
level and nationally. She is a
dynamic speaker who will
bring us a stirring message
about the needs of world
Jewry as well as those of our
local Jewish community."
Mrs. Solomon, who has
lived at Indian Spring since
1979, is formerly from Eliza-
beth, N I. She was chairman of
theUJA Women's Initial Gifts
and the UJA Country Club
Da) in Elizabeth and a nation-
al Sisterhood board member.
Mrs. Solomon served as a
board member of the Visiting
Nurses Association of Union
County, YM-YMHA and a
member of the board of
managers of American Cancer
Society in Union County.
Serving on the Indian
Spring Campaign Committee
are Ruth Abend, Fthel Adel-
man, Lmmerick Blum,
Fmanuel Brandes.Leon
Brofsky, Saul Burg, George
Cohen, Bernard Dokton,
Lawrence Ellison, Bcrdie and
Herman Felsher, Herman
Freshman, Lucille and Jack
Fricdland, Leonard Goldberg,
Dr. Stanley Goldfine, Judge
George Greenstein, Lillian and
Sol Herman Shirley Hill,
Arnold Kantor, Dr. David
Karp, Mary Kaufman, Abe
Kent, Sidney Kohleriter,
Jerome Krinsky, Ed Lippa and
Elaine Lippman.
Also serving are Jay
Leiman, Irving Lief, Dana
Marin, Miriam Mendelsohn,
Myron Nadler, Sidney
November, Emanuel Pariser,
Shirley and Hy Rabinovitch,
Bernard Raphael, Eileen,
Rothbaum, Leo Rosenberg,
Leon Rosenblatt, Pat and
Irving Schupper, Cecil Sch-
wartz, Lawrence Schwart-
zenberg, David Siglin, Lester
Silverman, Morris Solomon,
Jack Starr, Claire Streem,
Conrad Toole, Elsa and
Isidore Wirtheimer, and Stan-
ley Worth.
For more information con-
tact Sylvia Lewis, staff asso-
ciate, at the Federation Boyn-
ton Beach office, 737-0746.
immunity Participation Urged
On Behalf Of Soviet Jewry
lommunity Plea for
Iwiv will be held on
[:30 p.m., at Temple
Palm Beach, with
R. Mann, im-
>ast president of the
'onfcrcncc on Soviet
the guest speaker.
k.'t Jewry Task Force
foinmunity Relations
I the Jewish Federa-
Palm Beach County
c chairmanship of
(Blonder has been
foi several months to
rally a success and
Ic support of the
pmmunity of Palm
iunly in helping their
Ihren.
Blonder stressed the
fce of total commun-
kipation in the rally
[We urgently request
sence at the Com-
lea for Soviet Jewry,
krative that the corn-
ears the story of the
>ur Soviet brethren's
lo emigrate. Please
evening with us and
Theodore Mann
existing situation,
community's sup-
can attain new goals
Knee and raise the
uQ,^ir ~r prepare for the rally. Sylvia
consciousness on behalf of g p responsible for out-
those who strive to reach K, .,.________:... ck.
freedom."
Two sub-committees have
been helping Mrs. Blonder Continued on Page 5
reach to the community. She
and her committee are in-
Shlrlre Blonder [standing, right], chairman of the Soviet Jewry
Task Force, met with her committee to finalize plans for the
Community Plea for Soviet Jewry. Members of the committee
are (standing, left to right] Terry Rapaport, Ann Lynn Llpton,
Jewbh Education Director of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, Jeanne Gamer, Betty Levitt, Toby Wllk and
Lillian Kndlnh. Seated (left to right] are Sylvia Berger, Nettle
Stein, Molshe Stem, Florence Weeks, Dorothy ML Robert
Gmdnkk, Marilyn Kati, Jake Orenitein, Ethel Siegel, David
Slvermaa nod Bhmehe Sivermmi.
After a tour of the Joseph L. Morse Geriatric Center, the
Mini-Mission participants from the Lands of the President
gather to meet with Scott Boord (not pictured], director of
Social Services. Sitting around the table are [left lo right]
Vera Rosen; Hy Perlmutter; Jonas Barenholtz; Zollie
Baratz; Lester Silverman, co-chairman Lands campaign;
Larry Ochstein, chairman Mini-Mission Program; Sid
Freedman; Henry Weinstein; Barry Berg, co-chairman
Lands campaign; Douglas Kleiner, assistant director
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County; and Jerome
Steinmetz.
Lester Silverman [left], co-chairman of the Lands of the
President campaign, briefs Mini-Mission participants prior
to boarding the van.
i*4*!.
Mini-Mission participants meet with David Wolff, [right],
director of the Jewish Community Day School, to hear of
the development of the Day School program in Palm
Beach County and to hear of its future needs and services.
Mini-Mission
Continued from Page 1
programs which we found in action on a daily basis."
The Women's Division of the Jewish Federation
inaugurated the Mini-Mission concept during the 1983
campaign and had a Mini-Mission for women from the
Lands of the President and for the presidents of women's
organizations during the 1984 campaign. The Jewish
Federation will continue to conduct Mini-Missions for all
groups within the Jewish Federation community.
For more information, contact Jay Epstein, associate
campaign director, at 832-2120.
Women Study
For Rabbinate
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA) -
There are currently 17 women
rabbinical students in the final
year of their Reform studies
and two women candidates in
their final year at the Recon-
structionist Rabbinical College
(RRC) whose expected ordina-
tion next summer will bring to
94 the total number of Ameri-
can women ordained as rabbis
since such ordination began 11
years ago, according to an
annual Jewish Telegraphic
Agency survey.


No Exit?
ch County rnaay, onavmij ~. ~-
--| Reagan Didn 't Know WhatAwai
All week, the statements have been
seesawing back and forth. All of them have
amounted to one thing. Both the United
States and Israel want to quit Lebanon.
Both are being subjected to intense
domestic pressure to "bring the boys back
home."
The U.S. Marines.bewildered by their
don't shoot until you're shot at orders,
don't really know what their role in Beirut
is all about. And soldiers in the Israel
lX'fense Forces wonder why they have been
bogged down in Lebanon since June. 1982,
when the war first started long after it
seems to them that their country's initial
objectives were achieved.
Hut if both nations and their military
forces want out. both also know that
unilateral withdrawal means virtual Syrian
annexation of much of Lebanon. Hence.
since week's beginning, statements
suggesting unilateral withdrawal both in
Washington and Jerusalem. And
statements denying that any such plans are
in the offing.
Certainly, it is not hard to understand
the desire to go home. An American and an
Israeli presence in Lebanon, after all.
brings no peace to that war-torn country in
any case.
But President Assad and his Soviet
banker remain indelibly to cast even
further shadows upon what has long since
become a grim and dark dilemma. To leave.
or not to leave, that is the question. So far.
there appears to be no answer that can
make sense. Not either way.
WAW^AW::::S:W:::ftW::::v:::v.:
(ME. OF m HEAVY 10A0S...
SUDDENLY, the conventional
5 wisdom dictates that our
!' presence in I.ebanon is equal to
:: our erstwhile presence in \ iel
: nam. and that if we don t want to
:f experience a second disaster on
: the order of the one that foiled ua
:; m Southeast Vsia. then wed
> better gel oul Vnd n"w
I preferabl) re Congress
! reconvenes in .1 mattei ol weeks
: |?UI 1^ ,,11 conventional
: u too 1- neither wise
I noi rue althougl
ventional il surely is Kurt her
more there 1- no point in
disproving it bi licj
to quit Lebanon h 1
-, the dictum right <>r wrong.
at least sounds ind so
greases the way
JESSE JACKSON
framer ol lopsided dicta that take
on the lone ol biblical import if
only to discourage debate Hence.
he sees his visit with v-
President \-
n| 1.1 Robert Goodman from
capth itj -i- .1 parallel invoh mg
the \meruan people on the one
hand and the trip ol St Paul to
I iamascus on the other
It was <>n that trip that Paul is
supposed t" have seen the l.inht
And so the Ret Jackson exhorts
the American people to see the
new light of peace and tranquihty
in the Middle East that can
emerge there if only we act on
the divine opportunity that
Jackson and his visit with Assad
have opened up for us to achieve
these things
Hut the most basic college
course in logic would reveal for
even an ordinary mind how
flawed Jackson s parallel is Just
for beginners in logical thought
process. given Jackson's
reference to St Paul, then what
must follow from the parallel is
that, since it is Jackson who like
St. Paul went to Damascus, then
it must be for Jackson like St
Paul to see the light, not the
American people
BUT THIS is not what
Jackson, who talks way too much
to think clearly, had in mind In
fact, from his point of view, he
doesn't haie to see the light,
since we may reasonably assume
he is convinced that he has
already seen it and what is
more, long ago Otherwise, why
would he be a minister anyway?
It is this same kind of flawed
reasoning that disturbs today's
conventional wisdom about the
parallel between Vietnam and
Lebanon. More likely is the
probability that the Adminis-
tration simply didn't know what
it was getting into when it first
established the United States as
the phalanx of a multinational
force in Beirut
To say that President Reagan
is simplistic in any sense of the
word, and especially when it
comes to foreign policy, would be
to put all assessment of him
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while for .1 long time we have
intellectually recognised that
mtern.it ion,1! |M>litical violence
and terrorism wen after all
ked in t he cradle ol t he Middle
rn sensibilrty. it is only
. nil) thai we have come to
gnize it viscerally, which is
where true understanding really
nl >
Furthermore, our visceral
understanding ol this did not
start, say, in Munich in 197l'.
where I! Olympk athletes from
Israel were senselessly gunned
down, it started .it Marine head-
's in Beirut on October 28,
)H2, when \rab terrorists
blasted to death over 2r>0
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set linalK fixed.
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By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Zionist General
Council opened its meeting
here Sunday embroiled in a
major controversy over the
nomination by the Herut
Hatzohar movement of
former Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon for the vacant
post of chairman of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion-Jewish Agency Aliya
Department.
Sharon, probably the most
controversial figure in Israeli
politics, has made it clear that he
wants the post But first the
General Council must elect him a
member of the WZO Executive.
If he wins election, he must then
be named by the Jewish Agency
Board of Governors to the
chairmanship of the Aliya
Department
WHILE PREMIER Yitzhak
Shamir supports his Herut
party i choice. Sharon faces
powerful opposition from Leon
believes that everyone must then .,cna,rmar">'the WZOand
respond to his best .mentions ,7sh AKency Executives and .
tefder of Likud i Liberal Party
*">g. and fmm Jerold Hoff-
berger of Baltimore, chairman of
h* 1-wsh Agency Board of
Governor. The LJbewl PWy
mind t Ubln l" chM h"
nund A, meelmg betwwn ^
Sharon Un ,inUined that
lr* aliya post
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such cannibalism be
B.-6.,. expected U. respond to President
Reagan s best inlennons'.' Or is it
far more likely to be true that the
President was simply ignorant of
its existence until our
involvement in Beirut''
The latter
'"formed sourc*, uiA Dukin
p'^'l^-^ivoc.lly clear to the
Won^"1"U'rlh-t ^ would not
"('Port Sharon s candidarv
al^ugh he wrre*! .l^SE.'
bloody
m.nk ?\ tgTwd lhal chair
shou H lHe A'iyt ^P^nient
lerut wUI have to
candidate who will
put up a
speculation is. of
course, at the moVsource 0f the
command
worSPKi "UP,POrt m the Jew-h
A riel Sharon
HOFFBERGER in u
view broadcast on the army"
station, stated flatly ua|
could not support Sharon
he praised the retiredffjM
military man, he asserwdr^
was not a person diaspon!
would follow.
The controversy
Sharon stems from ha!
policies while he served sj
fens* Minister in thegov
of former Premier M
Begin and especially "
the liebanon war J
forced to resign the *W
folio last year on tn
mendalions of the Kan
mitte which invest*""
Shatila and Sahra refug
massacre of September.'^
Although Sharon reojfj
the Cabinet as a Mini**
out Portfolio. Hoffberga-
ed that the shadow hanff
him compromised his
ity for a position assoo
the promotion of aliya
ANOTHER WOffjH
by Sharon is the opuu<*
experta that he cannot*
member of the J"*"" ,
Executive while "W
Cabinet. Sharon for'
not prepared to !"*
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Kvish I istener's Digest, a radio magazine.
WISH MUSIC AND CULTURE HOUR Sunday,
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,l()M Sunday, Jan. 22, 10 a.m. WPEC
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|n's American ORT Rishona Habima Players 8
Pioneer Women Golda Meir theatre Temple
Torah Men's Club driftboat party
t_22
Federation Jewish Education Community-Wide
School Program 10:30 a.m. American Technion
- annual dinner at Breakers Women's American
Poinciana game night 8 p.m. Congregation
aim 10 a.m. Golden Lakes Temple Sistserhood
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ban ORT Poinciana noon Temple B'nai Jacob
kood 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT -
^cach "Mother to Another" luncheon at Breakers -
Jewish Federation Century Village Campaign
10 a.m. Jewbh Federation Long Range
^aign Study Meeting 4 p.m.
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knal Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach -
hi I scries at YWCA 1-3 p.m. Women's American
]- Boynton Beach board I p.m. Hadassah Lee
III Education Day 12:30 p.m. City of Hope ball at
Tiers 7 p.m. Pioneer Women Cypress Lakes -
Icon II a.m. Yiddish Culture Group Century
le 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Masada donor
Icon noon Temple Beth David Sisterhood 8 p.m.
jmcn\ American ORT Golden Lakes 1 p.m.
lh Federation New Gifts Campaign Meeting 6-9 p.m.
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I Jewish Federation Community Relations Council 12
iders Write
Director Defends Exhibit
fish Floridian:
cent Anti-Defamation
le Exhibit: "Jewish
AmericaFulfilling
lerican Dream" was
by 8,000 people,
^inc percent of those
ie found it not only
tensive but could
|ly relate to the pic-
ricda Cherr, who
I the Florid ian was one
few who could not.
Schoener, the curator,
'iously prepared the
)n on Eastern Euro-
'ry at the Jewish
Museum, which Mrs. Cherr
raved bout.
Mr. Schoner purposely
designed this Exhibiton to
show the full range and scope
of Jewish Life in America.
It would have been very easy
for him to emphasize the
Eastern European Immigrant
Life since he had that era fully
documented. He chose a total
approach and most people
were thrilled to view a
panorama of 350 years of
American Jewis life.
LOUISE SHURE
Weal Palai Batch
Jewry
Continued from Page 3
volvcd in contacting all the
presidents of local Jewish
organizations to work with
them in bringing the rally to
their membership's attention.
Serving on this committee are
Belly Levitt, Terry Rapaport,
David and Blanche Silverman
and Moishe and Nellie Stein.
David Silverman is in charge
ot providing for visual aids.
Lillian kudish and Blance
Silverman are co-chairing a
subcommittee which is
responsible for the sale of
postcards at the rally. These
postcards are to be sent on
behalf of Soviet Jewry to
refuseniks and Prisoners of
Conscience in the Soviet
Union, legislative represent-
atives in Washington and Rus-
sian officials based in the
United States. Members of
this committee are Sylvia
Berger, Dorothy Brill, Betty
Levitt, Jake Orenstein, Ethel
Siegel, David Silverman,
Nettie Stein and Toby Wilk.
Mrs. Blonder stated, "This
committee has shown out-
standing interest and support
on behalf of the Soviet Jewry
Task Force in Palm Beach
County. They have worked
diligently to highlight the need
for all concerned individuals
to become involved. Through
their efforts, the Task Force
has grown in strength and the
Adopt-A-Family, the
Twinning Program, the Pri-
soners of Conscience and the
mailing of postcards to
members of legislative bodies
both here and in Russia have
been most effective."
For more information
contact Rabbi Alan Sherman,
director of the Community
Relations Council, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.
B&P Women's Group
Over 40 career women attended the January meeting of the
Business and Professional Women's Group of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County at the home of Stacey Levy.
Art historian. Lib Wienberg (standing, left] addressed the
group on the subject, "Jewish Women in the Fine Arts." The
group was created in order to meet the growing needs of the vast
number of highly capable and creative Jewish career women in
the Palm Beaches. An opportunity to network with one another
is provided at the regular meetings.
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Year-End Report:
The Situation Of Soviet Jews
NEW YORK (JTA)
Stepped-up harrassmcni of
lews and an "onslaught" of
ami-Semitic propaganda using
( zarisi and neo-Nazi themes
marked the year 1983 foi Jews
in the Sin iet Union, it was
reported bj the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
Morris Abram, Conference
chairman, said in releasing a
>ear-end report (hat 1983
which coincided with the first
year in power of Soviet
President Yuri Andropov
was marked h\:
"The denial ot exit visas
to all but a handful of Jews
and strong efforts to
discourage and inhibit Jews
from applying to emigrate.-'
"Harsh measures against
Jews seeking to express their
cultural and religious
heritage."
"An alarming hate
campaign against Jews using
Zionism as the ostensible
target and portraying Jews as
potential traitors to the Soviet
motherland."
"Intensified efforts to
reduce and eliminate contacts
between Soviet Jews and Jews
living abroad."
Through Dee. 22. Jewish
emigration from the USSR
totalled only 1,284 the
lowest annual figure since
records have been kept on the
Soviet Jewry emigration
movement.
For the first time in 1983,
according to the report, the
Soviet press described as
"subversive" and anti-thetical
to Soviet law the private and
unofficial teaching of Jewish
history and Hebrew
culminated in the trial of Iosif
Begun, a former
mathematician who became a
self-taught hut unlicensed
Hebrew teachet in Moscow
Begun, who first applied to
emigrate to Israel in 1971, was
sentenced to .. maximum
prison term of seven vcais in a
laboi camp and live vcais ot
internal exile foi "anti-Soviet
agitation."
I he most disturbing aspect
of Andropov's lewish
policy," the report said.
"concerns the call in an
'appeal' issued bj the Ann
Zionist (ommittee foi a
massive propaganda effort i>
the "political unmasking ol
Zionism.' 1 he report added
"Judaism is seen as the
source of 'Zionist evil;* the
loiah and lalmud are
presented as works preaching
racism, hatred and violence.
The Committee's June 6 press
conference signaled a
heightened onslaught ot the
media offensive, In a pai
ticularlv vicious attack,
(C ommittee) c hairman
Dragunsk) labeled Zionism a
'man-hating ideology' based
on 'the ideas and methods ol
Hitler.' I lie report con
tinned:
"Much of the propaganda
campaign is diawn from a
newly-published hook by lev
Korneyev entitled 'I he Class
Essence of Zionism.' which
was lavorablv reviewed in the
Soviet press. Kornevev
acknowledged, lor the first
time, an ideological debt to a
C/arist anti-Semite who
claimed that Zionist agents
provoked programs m ordei to
increase Jewish emigration to
what was then called
Palestine. the implication
being that today's 'Zionist
agents' are conducting
themselves in a similar
manner."
Koinevev's writings, ac
cording the report, arc
quently published in
mihtaiv indoctrination
pamphlt
the Soviet
in:1
Kcscntlv
propagandist
l-anothe. hate-filled theme.
Ih, rcporl said, adding. In
declaring the Holocaust a
myth ot Zionist propagan
da he borrowed fromcurrent
neo-Nazi and neo-fascist
revisionist doctrine, whicn
argues the same theme thai
the figure ot 6.000.000 Jews
killed is.. gross exaggeration
rhe report quoted state
ments In the \nti-Zionist
Committee last March 'hat
-Soviet Jews reject with
contempt attempts b) Zionist
propagandists to interfere in
Iheii hie" and that "citi/ens
ol the I ^Ms *ho ar lews are
an inseparable part ol the
Soviet people "
t ommentin National
Conference on Soviet lcr\
report -aid: "Soviet lew* were
thus warned against having
contacts with then 'Zionist
brethren m the "West.
policy has been implcmet
In the interception ot mail.
protest* against the presence
ot \merican diplomats i
Moscow's c cntral Synagogue,
and periodic new-paper siorics
accusing Western Jewish
tourists oi 'Zionist
provocations
The report concludes: \l
though the past yeat made hie
increasingly difficult tor
Soviet Jews the arrival o!
Vilnius a*.mist
I inkclstein and his family in
Israel in December, aftet 12
vcais ot refusal, indicated that
the doors have not been
irrevocably closed."
HOLD THE DATE
COMMUNITY PLEA
FOR
SOVIET JEWRY
Vr>
Monday, January 30,1984,7:30 p.m
Temple Emanu-El
Palm Beach
Guest Speaker
THEODORE R. MANN
immediate Past President of the
National conference on Soviet Jewry
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Update.. .Opinion
By TOBY F. WILK
Oglala Sioux Indians have
joined forces with a leading
American Rabbi Joseph
Glaser, to investigate whether
kibbutz farming methods
would work on the arid Pine
Ridge reservation in So.
Dakota. Tribal Executive Di-
rector Robert Fast Horse and
Tribal Councilmen will go to
Israel to observe farming
methods. Kibbutzniks will re-
turn to So. Dakota to train the
Indian farmers in techniques
that have turned Israeli deserts
into farmlands.
The Jabotinsky Shield of
Jerusalem Award is the
"Nobel Prize of the Jewish
World." An international
panel selected the late Senator
Henry Jackson, imprisoned
Soviet Jewish Activist Josif
Begun, and former French
Cabinet Minister Simone Veil
as the recipients. They will
share the $100,000 award for
their defense of the rights of
the Jewish people. Former
Premier Menachem Begin re-
ceived a special award of
$100,000 for his "life-long
dedication to the defense of
the Jewish people, which is
unique in our era."
The oceans of our earth are
being treated as open sewers
for insidious toxins. Out of
sight, out of mind is wishful
ignorance. Deadly wastes
dumped into the lifestreams of
our world, is a violation of our
planet which must be stopped
before it sends us skidding into
extinction.
P.K. Hoenich teaches expe-
rimental art at Technion in Is-
rael. Never touching the can-
vas, he paints his pictures
using sunbeams the way other
artists squeeze acrylics from a
tube. With reflectors and color
filters, Hoenich fashions his
paintings from sunlight. His
art can be \iewed in museums
in Jerusalem, Brussels and
Paris.
Distancing the U.S. from
Israel has been tried and
tailed. As a result of the new
U.S. policy combined with
I S. Israeli strategic coopera-
tion, Syria has now agreed to
welcome U.S. Special En\o\
Donald Rumsfeld to
Damascus.
I he Kibbutz Dance Com-
pain received highest praise in
ilie dance .apitol of the world
New York. Its artistiv. di
rector. Yehudit Arnon, is an
Auschwitz sur\i\or and a
founding member ot Kibbutz
Ga'aton, the rehearsal rtomc
of the Company. Dance mem-
bers combine Kibbutz com-
munal responsibilities and reg-
ular army stints with their
professional dance training.
Illinois is the first state to
require public disclosure of
gifts made to state universities
by foreign governments. This
is to protect its schools from
becoming educational con-
duits for the prejudices of for-
eign donors. Universities that
have received large grants
from Arab nations with
questionable strings attached
include Harvard, Southern
California, Georgetown and
V V Universities.
A portrait of the late Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. by
Jerusalem artist Benjamin
Amar was presented to the
Congressional Black Caucas
to commemorate the civil
rights march on Washington
led by Dr. King. A forest in his
menum was begun in Israel.
One month alter his election
in 1977, Menachem Begin an-
nounced Projeci Renewal's
war on povertj. I odaj. Pro-
ject Renewal represents a spe-
cial bond between Jews ol the
Diaspora and lews ol Israel to
pull Israel's poorest neighbor-
hoods out of their downward
spiral. The greatei part >>i the
S400 million spent on renewal
comes from the pockets ol Is
raeli taxpasers; Israels
government ministeries are
actively involved. Homes have
been renovated, streets re-
paved, sewage systems in-
stalled, garbage dumps turned
into parks; now there are day-
school centers, nurser>
schools, early childhood pro-
grams, clubs for the elderly.
libraries, literacy courses,
computer programs, bands,
etc. No one in Israel goes
hungry or lacks a roof over his
head. The problem in these
disad\antaged areas is one ol
poor education and a sense ol
powerlessness to affect and di
rect one's own destinyror im
Drove one's physical su
Foundings. Project Renewal*
achievements have developed
a 5ense ol community and
emerging leadership which s
making a nationa impact.
Emissaries rrom othe. coun-
ties are coming to I*/"*'.10
assess Projeci Renewal s value
Js .. model i- ihci. own
urban-renewal programs.
rheterm "West Bank"'is a
calculated perversion used b)
Uab nations to undermine tne
legitimacy ol Israel, me
correci Biblical names are
ludea and Samaria which have
ahv.ivs been a sacred part ol
oui homeland. Hebron was
the iirst capitol oi Judea
Bethlehem was the birthplace
of King David; Shiloh was the
first capitol ol the 12 rnbesol
Israel before the Temple was
built; Shechcm (Nablus) was
the Capitol of the Kingdom ot
Israel ludea and Samaria are
indissoluble links to our Jew
jsh history. They neu-r
belonged to Jordan which has
I,.in limes Israel's space and is
predominantly Palestinian.
I he true reasons foi conflict in
that area are the lian-Iraq
war; the bloody internal strife
in 1 ebanon, and the PI o
split.
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ceived a phone
parity organiza-
that I make a
I old clothing,
een threatening
a major over-
sets, this call
fceccssary incen-
^rough our old
DoM like a stroll
lane. Let me
.
is a dear and
who possesses
Ig trait. He is
|lothes, nothing
he keeps stuff
le other hand, I
kvcr and when
lout of style, I
Id heaveho. My
ktty up to date,
[is a 35 year old
[fashion. It goes
that I tackled
rs acumulation
Bdiscard was the
Eke wore to our
iMit/vah. How
Hy and David
in black silk
I My husband's
Jhirt was tucked
ercd, just what
distinction was
Bit time. Sixteen
Jlimp, sick, and
rom its original
Holded n gently
ft the exciting oc-
M Bou i wonderful
I
h. the next item I
Bis Hy's lox and
his was a heavy
-quarter length
I fur collar. Up
sell respecting
on cold Sunday
ii he braved the
Ksh, salty delic-
tc breakfast
He bagel and lox
fto needs a heavy
I he South? Into
led the first pair
[he ever owned.
Jluek> shoes and
m\ owned several
Aen. they have
Be in ihe back of
B years. Enough
hiough all his
Bcklessly casting
B styles, colors
1 hen I s ice led
Bob of doing my
B I thought, it
B> painful. I was
he shelf was the
Hit I had bought
Bin'iliei's inner
inding
uon
I from Page 1
Bs related.
met with Egyp-
[ Mubarak who
B< when Israel
illy from Leb-
rns Taba in the
will send its
tack to Israel.
,ewis, Mubarak
problems with
not religious,
led to the
iat Israel wa?
Id from thcU.S
Brv ar"l 'hat he
received sub-
from the Arab
In'i signed the
Accord,
he is getting
>m the United
Mated.
al. Worn only once, it was
cushioned in tissue and just
like new. How I miss my darl-
ing Grandmother more and
more as the years go by. I have
kept this hat as a memento,
dreading to part with it lest my
memories fade. I realize now
that I need no hat nor any
material thing to remember
and love one who meant so
much.
What have we here? It's the
snazzy cocktail dress that went
with my husband's ruffled
shirt. This was a made to order
creation also worn at our son's
Bar Mitzvah. It was lovely
then and it is lovely now, but
sadly out of date. Yet I had
such a great time doing the Al-
ley Cat,the Mambo and the
Hully-Gully wearing this side
draped, sequined stunner. But
now the time has come to give
it away. Like everyone else, I
have learned when to let go.
I was amazed to find my
1946 ankle strap, high plat-
form, Carmen Miranda al-
ligator shoes. I paid S32 for
them, a fortune in those days.
How I waltzed along the
Grand Concourse in those
sexy, snappy shoes! WearinR
them made me feel like a cel-
ebrity, the best dressed lady in
the Bronx, and a real fashion
plate. Why I kept them all
these years is a mystery, but I
suppose it was too hard to
throw them away after they
had given me such pleasure
and cost so much money.
My carton of rejects filled
up quicker than I imagined
and before me lay a wealth of
joy and sadness.. I put the box
out on the back porch to await
collection. While I prepared
dinner, I noticed Hy foraging
through the things and sneak-
ing back into the house with
his worn out golf shoes. I said
nothing.
The next morning I must
confess that I also took back
my Carmen Miranda shoes. I
simply could not part with
them. I figure that if the Alley-
Cat and the Mambo ever
return, I will be ready. And if
ankle strap, high platform, al-
ligator shoes ever become
fashionable again, I'll be
number one on the hit parade!
On December 22nd and 23rd, Lucerne Lakes Lodge 3132 of
B'nai B'rith served as volunteers in the collection of funds for
the Salvation Army. Initilated by l.en Turk [right] as a Com-
munity Volunteer Service project, members of the lodge were
stationed at a local post office and a supermarket throughout
both days working in shifts. Helping Turk are (left to right]
Ruth Turk and Jackie Astor.
where shopping is o pleasure 7 days o week
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Harvard Jewish Students Press Drive To Change
Commencement Now Set For Shavuot Holiday
Christian relii
not prohibit,
tending such n tJ
ByBENGALLOB
NEW YORK (JTA)
Despite a drumfire of appeals
and criticism from Jewish stu-
dents, Jewish faculty mem-
bers, and a number of national
Jewish leaders, the ad-
ministration of Harvard Uni-
versity has adamatly refused
to change the date of its 1984
Commencement scheduled for
the second day of Shavuot,
June 7.
Jonathan Strauss, a student
at the Harvard Law School
who is chairman of the Har-
vard University Student Com-
mittee on Commencement,
brought to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, during a brief
visit to the city, a wide variety
of documents describing both
the requests and the refusals.
Strauss told the JTA that
toes of the Shavuot scheduling
had refused to end their fight
to change the date and had de-
cided to make the struggle
public after more than a year
of "quiet diplomacy.**
He also said that Harvard
students learned as long ago as
the fall of 1982 of the univer-
sity decision to hold the 1984
commencement on June 7, a
period of nearly 30 months
between the decision and the
Commencement date. Strauss
said university officials.
headed by President Derek
Bok, had ample time to re-
schedule the Commencement
and could still do so.
A November, 1983 memo-
randum from Strauss, detail-
the history of attempts
The Jewish student associa-
are those of Harvard;
Strauss also m.
his memorandum ,
s'ty officials hj
formed that, on n,l
* second day 2
MyYizkoru,
ing the history of attempts 3~"'^d ca| School.
^ration to reschedule that of the second daw!
arvaru Commencement He said he Jews say Yizk0r;r.
?i! 3,h Graduate School had asked the Hasidic Center deceased
CrA'f'Ud sSnces the Busi- in Boston for a similar effort other issues Z
of Arts and Seen es^ ;_ ^ ^ (hough the Bos oner reasonab,e J
Rcbbe was then in Israel, his Q0U\f\ say Yi,k"
son. Rabbi Meir Horowitz, scquently
telephoned Steiner to explain
of Art
ness School;
the Education
School; the Kennedy School of
Government; the Law School.
versity officials to budge on
the issue, was sent to presid-
ents of the university's Jewish
student associations and to
other leaders of the student
Commencement committee.
Among national Jewish of-
ficials and organizations ask-
ing for a change in the Com-
mencement date are Moses
Feuerstein. former president
of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations
(UOJCA); Julius Berman,
chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations and
former UOJCA president;
Rabbi Henry Michelman.
executive vice president of the
Synagogue Council of Am-
erica, representing the three
branches of American Juda-
ism; and. through regional of-
fices, the American Jewish
Congress and the Anti-Defa-
mation League of B'nai
B'rith. Rep. Barney I rank (I).
Mass.i also sent an appeal in a
letter dated December 6, ad-
dressed to "Dear Derek."
Israel Plagued By
Strikes, Slowdowns
By GIL SEDAN
4ndHl GHORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Strikes, slowdowns and
protest meetings continue to
plague the country as govern-
ment workers press for higher
pay. The Cabinet was sched-
uled to convene a special ses-
sion at the end of last week to
discuss the growing economic
crisis and to consider Finance
Minister Yigal Cohen-Orgad's
economic plans and the pro-
posed trimmed budget for the
new fiscal >ear.
All postal services were
paralyzed as 3.500 post office
employees, including workers
at the post office banks.
stayed at home Mail was not
collected I mm post office
boxes and deliver) of mail was
halted. The postal workers
have not indicated how long
thej intend to continue their
stoppage.
LABOR AND Welfare
Ministry employes also con-
tinued their partial work stop-
page which involves not deal-
ing with the public or making
payments. Income tax and
property tax workers also con-
tinued their strike. Admin-
istrative employees in govei n-
meni hospitals have threaten-
be able to grow at an annual
rate ol 1.5 percent beginning
in 1985.
Gad Yaacobi, chairman ol
the Economic c ommittee, said
at the same session that the
present economic hardships
were a direct outcome of the
"stupid economic policy ot
the government in the past few
years." He predicted that in
1984 inflation will soar to 300
percent. I nder such circum-
stance-, he warned, the econ-
omy will become paralyzed.
ECONOMIC experts ex-
pressed doubts that Cohen-
Orgad will be able to achieve
his economic objectives be-
cause ol the growing unrest
and turmoil in the economic
sectoi "i the country and be-
cause "i internal difficulties in
the l.ikuu coalition.
Deputy Premier David I ev .
has already announced liis op-
position to a policy ol "con-
trolled unemployment," a
predictable consequence ol the
governments
policy, and a
toward the demands of the
workers. I he Tami parly,
which represents the low in-
come segment of Israel's
population, primarily the
Sephardim,
iitec had depended on
quiet diplomacy" for nearly
two years, Strauss told the
JTA that many important
Jewish personalities in the
Boston area had indicated tha
,hev preferred that the effort
not "go public" and that the
students agreed that once the
issues of violation ol halacha
(Jewish law) and insensitmty
10 Jewish student and parent
feelings were made evident.
ihe university officials would
consent to the change.
specifically a 24-hour post-
ponement to June 8.
The Harvard law Record
disclosed that the Presidents
( ouncil of Jewish Organiza-
tions had been meeting to dis-
cuss possible courses ol acion.
reporting agreement on asking
the university to move the
Commencement one dav
ahead.
N. adm Kaufmann, president
Ol the Harvard Jewish law
Students Vssociation, was
quoted bv the I aw Record as
asserting there has been such
rescheduling at other univer-
sities Yale, Massachusetts
Institute ol rechnology and
Columbia in the past "tor
identical reasons."
Kaufmann added that it was
"especially insensitive" ol
Harvard authorities "to begin
classes on Rosh Hashanah"
last September "and then to
end them on Shavuot."-
According lO Strauss'
memorandum, lonathan
David, then chairman ol Hil-
lei's i oordinating Council of
Harvard I ndergraduates,
made an initial approach lor
the Jewish students, speaking
with various administration
members in a bid lor resched-
uling.
I ater. David told Students
thai he and another under
graduate, David Morris, had
spoken to Daniel Steiner, Hai
aid vice president and general
counsel, and that Steiner had
rejected their request
On \pnl ::. 1983, .. com
mittcc ol students from
different university schools
sent lettei to Bol hich
they declared that a ( om
mencemeni on Shavuot *ould
"create hardships tor gradual
ing Jewish students and then
families, demonstrate inscn
sitivitv id the religious feelings
economic 'hose students and families,
tough attitude a.nd violate Harvard's tradi
lion ol re-pest tor individual-
ity and lor different cultures."
Responding, Bok wrote he
had turned the matter over lo
Kleiner, to be "assisted"
Orgad, addressing ihe Knes-
set Economic Committee,
warned that unless Israel red-
uces the deficit in its balance
of payments by $1 billion, it
will not be able to lind addi-
tional sources of financing to
repay loans. On the other
hand, he said, gap in the bal-
ance of payments is narrowed
by $1 billion, the economy will
lesset. including former
Premier Mcnachem Begin who
has not been a functioning
Knesset member in the last few
months the coalition is also
beset by other difficulties.
Foremost among them is the
pressing demand of the Aguda
Party lo pass legislation ban-
ning all public transportation
on Saturdays.
Nathan
ewm, to express their sup-
port ol the students Dersho-
w 11/ did so in a telephone call
and lew m did so in a letter
the "sacrcdness" of Shavuot.
Steiner's rejection was
based on two fundamental
positions, according to docu-
ments studied by the JTA. He
argued, first, that changing
Ihe time at this "late date"
would involve "colossal"
problems of logistics; and
second, that he had been told
bv Rabbi Lcvi Horowitz that
lewish attendance at a Com-
mencement on Shavuot would
not violate halacha.
Horowitz told Strauss that
Steiner had "misrepresented"
his position. Subsequently,
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, a
world authority on halacha,
issued a ruling, on October 27.
that attendance by Jewish stu-
dents would violate halacha.
Strauss said in his Nov-
ember report that rather than
arguing halacha with Steiner
at the May |7 meeting, he said
he stressed that the Com-
mencement on Shavuot would
be "as offensive to Jewish stu-
dents as the holding of a major
university event on Christmas
Ol I aster would be to Chris-
nan students, even though
attend
mencement. u
suggested if only [,
would require the
arise at 5:30 a.m.
Berman wrote m
July 28, asking' M
ing. He received"!
Steiner da.ed ]
rejecting Berman1
Berman responded!
ostensible solution fl
students and \fM
observe Shavuot
'with Jewish La M
the ( ommencerr.c-
imposition and I
workable." Bertn?
thai "what is(
mailer is so
able."
In a follow-_r
those supporting J
students on ihe is J
declared ii was pJ
thai it was su|| n j
ihe university io-oj
c ommencemeni id
student commi-rkcsi
mil tec had started j
of a petition h.- J
JTA. ahead.
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in the News
Norman Marcus 8th Year As Bond Chairman
BNAIB RITH
1 meeting of the Yachad Unit of Palm Beach
m. 5231 will be on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7:30 p.m.,
fcmcth 5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray
s Players will present their Yiddish version of
Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore.
Bodge No. 2969 will hold the Installation of
usices and directors on Sunday, Jan. 29, at 7
up
m
Bngrcgation Beth Kodesh, 501 NE 26th Ave.,
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
b Beach County Florida Region will sponsor a
B trip three days, two nights; Cypress Gar-
Iti and Dance; Cruise; See Weekie Wache-City
Hds; Wild Life spectacle; Country Playhouse
ens; Dinner Kapok Tree in Clearwater, on Feb.
and 3.
FREE SONS
OF ISRAEL
Palm Beach Lodge 221
B Council which is composed of the six South
1W
led d
ges, will hold a lucheon and dance to celebrate
* gnu ianniversary of the oldest Jewish fraternal
notto Hn in U.S on Wednesday, Jan. 25, noon, at the
Hcs t ountry Club in Boynton Beach.
Hii will feature the appearance of the officers of
Lodge and also numerous Federal, State and
icipal (
H>rmation and tickets contact: Bob Ketzis,
dii B222, West Palm Beach 33409; or Nat Peck,
|fl| St., Tamarac 33321.
HADASSAH
Boup of the Lake Worth Chapter will hold a
Hnbership meeting on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 12
Be Poinciana Room of the Challenger Country
at Rnciana Place.
rs. Pmline Polack, art historian, will present a lecture
about th artist Ben Shahn (1898-1969).
Known for social realism, Ben Shahn was in-
Hany political and social causes of his time.
loyal Palm Beach Chapter will celebrate the
Btisar> of Youth Aliyah with a luncheon at the
luscum inPalm Beach on Monday, Jan. 23
By a tour at 11 a.m. For reservations call Mary
icdwald.
Skate
West
is for
), Fcl '
judau
\ For
Palm Beach is now taking
two trips t the Bass Museum (Miami
and Feb. 8, to view "The Precious
treasures from the Czechoslovak State
reservations, contact Mae Podwol,
Bon A 207) oor Lillian Schack (Southampton C
"
I Vassil Group will have Barbara
Balk Show host of WNWS (790 A.M.) as their
Her on Jan. 24, at 1 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom
BLake Worth.
Of. H Hi Szold Group will hold at Bazaar-Flea Market
\ I Baked Cake Sale on Sunday, Feb. 5, from 10
JM Bm. at the Council room of the Village Hall of
^fl Bss (226 Cypress Lane).
| A m.nkt Worth Chapter will hold a Membership
I] [Thursday, Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. in Temple Beth
"enue A, Lake Worth.
rcus of the Lee Vassil Group has prepared,
s for a Fashion Show displaying fashions from
h Thrift Shop on Lake Avenue in Lake Worth.
31, the Tikvah Chapter will take part in the
edical Organization Luncheon at the Royce
thy Lane, member of the national board of
ill be the guest speker.
PIONEER WOMEN-
NA'AMAT
liar meeting of the Theodore Herzl Club will
pn Feb. 2, I p.m., at the Lake Worth Shuf-
urts, 1121 Lucerne Ave. Dr. Martin Seiden will
n China.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
pry Chapter will attend the Jan. 29 matinee of
tantor" at John I. Leonard Community Scool
Palm Beach Chapter will travel to Miami
Continued on Pagc 13
Norman Marcus has accept-
ed the chairmanship of the
Cresthaven Israel Bond Drive.
This will be his eighth year
serving as chairman along with
George Strassler as co-
chairman.
Marcus' past activities both
in Mt. Vernon, NY and in Flo-
rida include Israel Bond Drive,
UJA.ZOAand B'nai B'rith.
The Cresthaven Israel Bond
Breakfast will be held at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom in Lake
Worth on Feb. 12. The
honoree for this year will be
Goldic Lazarus.
Guest speaker at the Bond
Breakfast will be Adam
Gillon, writer, educator and
world authority on the Polish
novelist, Joseph Conrad. Dr.
Gillon is a Professor of
English and Comparative
Literature at the State Univer-
sity of New York, New Paltz.
He has received the 1967
Alfred Jurzykowski Founda-
tion Award for translations of
Polish Literature.
Florida Regional President
Lorraine Frost announces a
luncheon will be tendered to
honor Ruth Sperber, retiring
Florida Regional Director of
Women's League for Israel, in
Bonaventure Country Club,
Fort Lauderdale, Wednesday,
Jan. 25, at noon. Members,
friends and husbands will
gather to wish Ruth good luck
and happiness in the years
ahead.
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Haig To Address
Jewish Seminary Palm Beach Reception
.. .!_......
Former Secretary of State
Alexander M. Haig, Jr. will be
guest speaker at the Twenty-
Fifth Annual Palm Beach
Reception of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America at the Breakers. Jan.
29.
Haig, whose career in th<
military and diplomatic service
spans almost foui decades
from his graduation rrom
West Point in 1947. was
awarded
Service
Vietnam.
Distinguished
( ross fat K'vi" in
Promoted to ocn
Governor Declares
Feb. 19-26 Brotherhood Week
The Office of Governor Bob
Graham lias announced that
the Governor will issue a
Proclamation declaring Feb.
the Hi oilier hood Committee is
spoilt,Mini' a I uncheon
( on vocal ion to lake place on
Feb i at Bobbj. Rubino's
Restaurant located in the
o\ White House
President Nixon and Supreme
Mlicd ( ommandei in I urope
undcl president Ford. Until
poi
in the
ration.
fhc Palm Beach Reception
Petet I. Feinberg is
indel President FortI. umn
csigning in 1982, he held the
msition ol Sccretarj o State
Reagan Vdmini
The Brotherhood Commit-
tee of Palm Beach County is a
coalition of 23 local civic and
fraternal organizations
dedicated to "promoting
understanding, cooperation
and harmony among all relig-
ious, social and ethnic-
groups." It includes, among
others, various groups in Palm
Beach County such as:
Community Relations Boards,
Ministerial Fellowships, Board
of Rabbis, Black Citizens
Council, The Urban League,
Women's American ORT,
Hispanic Human Resources
Council, The Anti-Defama-
tion League Council of B'nai
B'rith, The United Way and
B'nai B'rith Lodges and
Chapters.
For the past two years, a
Proclamation of Brotherhood
was issued locally, here in
Palm Beach County. For this
year, however, under the
leadership of its executive
director, Murry Weinman, the
Brotherhood Committee
decided it was time to expand
this annual message of whole-
some human relationships
from a regional to a statewide
basis. The Governor's Office
was mosi receptive to the pro-
posal, and hence, the antici-
pated Florida State Proclama-
tion.
To launch the issuance of
the Proclamation, and to
honor the leadership demon-
strated by Governor Graham,
Rabin.- New Era*
Continued from Page 1
south Lebanon. He called for
"partial, unilateral" imple-
mentation of the May 17
agreement with the Beirut
government, to be closely
coordinated with the Amer-
icans and with their determ-
ination io disengage from
Lebanon.
Rabin thought the Soviet
Union would support an
arrangement that would
replace Western forces with a
UN peacekeeping presence.
From Israel's standpoint, it
would end the image of Israel
requiring American troops to
fight for it or at least, for a
cause connected with Israel in
Lebanon. This is how the
Marine role is now perceived
in the U.S. and is doing Israel
much damage, he said.
. i nmii S Honisicin, pom
arrangements is being spear- J'"1"" c-minarv'*
headed by an executive group members ol the Seminary
of B'nai B'rith Century **' "'I" ,0,V,, ,' ,
lodge, which had innovated men Lilian Lefl\iJ ember ol
the proclamation concept in "heSeminary s Board.afOver-
the Palm Bead, area in 1981- seers and v Alfred raub-
82. The Committee plans to be man, leading industrials and
instrumental in publicizing the residenI ?[, P*lm. Beacn"
Proclamation to the over eight Detroit and New v.ork.
million residents of this state The Seminary is the Center
and salutes Governor Graham of Conservative Judaism, and
for his demonstrated sensi- through its schools and
tivitv and leadership in serving departments, the training
all residents of our state ground for the Movement's
through the issuance of the religious leaders and educal
Proclamation. ors.
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their
ewish Legacy Exhibition Feb. 23. The bus
house at 8 a.m. A picnic will be held at
Rose Samuelson or Frieda Abel for reser-
Jan. 23. the Lake Worth West Chapterwill
thly meeting at 1 p.m. at the Sunrise Bank,
b Road and Military Trail.
Iwell Martyn, news editor of TV Ch. 5, will
jc.ikci
aim Beach County Region Board Meeting on
lun. 25, will feature Mrs. Sandy Eisenstein, a
vice president and co-chairman of the Los
mention (Oct. '83), who will bring an im-
Igc to area ORTists. The meeting begins at
[he Sunrise Savings and Loan, 4524 W. Gun
fest Palm Beach
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^gular meeting of Mid-Palm Chapter will be
13, I p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, 315 No.
Worth. A sweepstake drawing for in Edna
plus many other prizes will b: held.
lit will feature Dori Dascher and her musical
Jiety show.
ill Chapter will hold a regular meeting on '
26, 12:30, at the Sunrise Bank, Gun Club
litary Trail. Member Lil Goldberger will talk
Iks Living on a Kibbutz." A question and
will be conducted by Dr. Mortimer
Yiddish Culture presents Irving Kupfer,
red Birnbaum, pianist, and a cantata entitled
ory of the Land" at their meeting at 10 a.m.
ill read some of his own composition.
Joe Dorf and Harry Lerner
Chairman for Congregation
Anshei Sholom Israel Bond
Drive is Harry Lerner Co-
chairman is Joe Dorf. Lerner
has served as treasurer of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service since 1976. In 1978-
79,he served as President of
Congregational Anshei
Sholom. He is now the Presi-
dent of the American Red
Magen David for Israel,
Netanya Chapter. In 1979 he
received the Generations
Award from the State of Israel
Bond Organization. Dorf was
past Board Member of B'nai
B'rith. He is active in the Cen-
tury Village and the Sunshine
Democratic Clubs. He is presi-
dent of C en-Tech, Board of
I .CO. and Vice President of
Congregation Amshei Sholom
Men's Club.
Births
Dr. and Mrs. Howaru
Schneider of West Palm Beach
announce the birth of their
daughter, Andrea Fran, on
Jan. 6. Paternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Schneider of Leisurevtlle in
West Palm Beach.
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Education Ongoing
Temple Judea
Idea's adull
am is in pro-
:ond semester.
vening, except
day of the
sses are con-
emple office,
_^e Blvd., Suite
irVl Class is sched-
JM ). followed by
F Mitzvah Class
Adults have been
2 years for this
Kvery Sunday
acM [Carton teaches
I Hip for Children
of Divorced Families. This
group called The Feelings
Group meets at 9 a.m. at the
Jewish Community Day
School on Parker Avenue,
south of Southern Blvd.
Following this session, Susan
Levine conducts Adult Begin-
ning Hebrew at 10 a.m.
Temple Judea's Live and
Learn Groups are in progress
studying The Jewish Family in
Crises. Groups meet monthly
in the Lake Worth area,
Century Village, and Golden
Lakes and are hosted by

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Soviet Jewry Shabbat
At Temple Israel
I
Jan. 20, mem-
Iplc Israel will
Hici Jewry Sab-
Hicd by the So-
Hmmittee. Rabbi
H assistant rabbi
Hth lil in Boca
Huesent a slide
K recent exper-
Kvict Union.
aid Shapiro has
Hial dining the
He, a new crown
chased by the
[ for its Czech
Hmbol of Jewish
Hd the Holocaust
Healed.
its concern for
Survival, Temple
opted" a family
iclp by sustaining
struggle for free-
spring of 1977,
Dashevsky, an
It with his wife
ms applied for
'hey were refused
979 by the Soviet
ie it was "not in
est."
ipiro said, "Our
will be dedicated
I the Dashevsky
|o all Jews every-
religous freedom
Rabbi Richard Agler
is denied them."
Following the worship serv-
ice, the congregation will con-
vene in Schwartzberg Hall for
a sit-down Oneg Shabbat.
Staionery will be provided and
members will be asked to
"drop a line" to the Temple's
newly adopted Rcfusenik fam-
ily, the Dashenskys.
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Rlveralde A Guardian
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Menorah Oardena and Funeral Chape la.
Weat Palm Beach.
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Lake Worth. FUveralde Ouardlan Plan
Chapel. Weat Palm Beach.
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Alexander, 74. of Kent J-17J. Century
Village. LevlttWelnateln Guaranteed
Security Plan Chapel. Weat Palm
Beach.
WALLACM
Sylvia, 78. of Century VlUaje, Weat
Palm Beach. Rtveretde Memorial
Chapel, Weat Palm Beach.
Temple members in their
homes. Rabbi Levine conducts
these sessions and from time
to time includes special ses-
sions on current events which
effect Judaism at home and
abroad.
As a bonus to Temple Judea
members, Rabbi Harold
Saperstein will present a Soviet
Jewry Update on Sunday
morning, Jan. 22 at 10:30 a.m.
at the Jewish Community Day
School. Rabbi Saperstein,
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple
Emmanu-El of Lynbrook,
N.Y., is currently on a special
lecture tour sponsored by the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. He has lec-
tured in more synagogues
worldwide than any living
rabbi and is a founder of the
World Union of Progressive
Judaism, Reform Judaism's
organizations of congre-
gations outside of North
America.
A special feature of Temple
Judea's Adult Education pro-
gram is a weekly Dialogue
with Rabbi Levine every
Wednesday morning in the
Conference room of the
Temple office from 10 a.m. to
noon.
For more information about
Temple Judea's Adult Educa-
tion program, call the Temple
office.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
A Film-Series of Five old
favorite Oscar-wining films
will be presented at the temple.
The films are Jan. 22 "The
Best Years of our Lives";
Feb. 19 "Cast a Giant
Shadow"; Mar. 25 "The
Secret Life of Walter Mitty";
Apr. 29 "The Eddy Duchin
Story", and May 20
"Phantom of the Opera" (the
original), and Laurel and
Hardy in "Busy Bodies." The
films will begin at 7 p.m.
For additional information,
or to obtain subscription or
single tickets, call the Temple
office. Merry Kaplan is chair-
person.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El Sisterhood,
on Thursday. Jan. 26, is plan-
ning a visit to the Bass Mu-
seum in Miami to view the
"Precious Legacy" collection
of European Judaica. The
tour begins at 10 a.m. from
Temple Beth El with a stop for
lunch at the Kosher Crown
Hotel in Miami Beach.
TEMPLE BETH TORAH
At Friday evening services,
Jan. 20. Temple Beth Torah
Congregation will celebrate
the mid-term Confirmation of
two of its students, Nancy
Beth Farber and William
Harris. A special creative serv-
ice, prepared by the students
and Rabbi Westman, will be
presented, and the entire
Youth Group will participate.
Cantor Fenakel and the Choir
will sing. The service will begin
at 8 p.m. at St. Davids-in-the-
Pines, Forest Hill and Wel-
lington Trace. Wellington.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Rabbi Max L. Forman will
be the guest speaker at the
monthly meeting of the Men's
club on Sunday, Feb. 19.
Rabbi Forman has been a
tutor at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and has
published several works in-
cluding his latest, "Rx for
Living, Take as Needed."
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Young Adults
Temple Israel Youth Adults
are sponsoring a Bowling and
Pizza Night, Saturday, Jan. 21
at Garden Lanes on Northlake
Blvd., in Palm Beach Gardens
and Dino's Pizza at 924
Northlake Blvd.
Total cost for the evening is
$7 per person. Please contact
Shari Fuss for reservations.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The Religions School will
be having a Super-Thon on
Sunday, Jan. 29 at 190Q1
No. Hagler Dr., West Palm
Beach The purpose of this
Super-Thon is to raise some
much needed funds for the
Religious School Enrichment
Program
During a one-hour time
period, each participant will
walk, run or jog around a 220
yard track as many times as he
or she can. For the next few
weeks, the children will be
busy asking neighborhood
friends and businesses to
sponsor them for so much
money per lap.
For further information,
please contact Ceceil Tishman
at the temple office.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Joel Levine will
discuss "The Holy and the
Everyday" at Temple Judea
Sabbath Services, Friday, Jan
20 at 8 p.m. at St. Catherine's
Cultural Center, the corner of
Southern Blvd. and Flagler
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Beverly Sills, general director
of the New York City Opera,
will be appearing at Temple
Beth El on Saturday, Feb. 25,
8 p.m. A star of the world's
great opera houses. Miss Sills
appeared with both the Metro-
politan and the New York City
Operas In New York. Her
autobiographical "Bubbles
A Setf-Portralt" was for
weeks on the nation's best-
seller lists. Call the temple
office for ticket details.
Drive. Cantor Rita Shore will
chant the music.
Rabbi Levine's sermon will
provide a spiritual explanation
of holiness and relate this
theme with the Haftarah by
the prophet Isaiah which pro-
claims: "Holy, Holy, Holy,
the Lord of Hosts, the whole
universe is full of His glory."
The junior and adult oneg
shabbat programs are included
in the evening.
Young Couples
And Singles
Temple Judea's Young
Couples and Singles will
observe their first Birthday
Party. Saturday. Jan. 21 at 8
p.m. at the home of Martin
and Lorraine Hofffinger, 2239
Embassy Drive, West Palm
Beach. The charge of $7.50
per person includes dinner and
a personalized favor.
For more information, call
Aimee Levitt. Temple Judea's
social groups include the Good
Timers for couples with older
and adult children and the
XY and Z Club for retired
members.
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Orderlies Companions Child care workers
Housekeepers Homemakers
MedKgross nursing services, inc.
1080 BELVEDERE ROAD. WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA 33406
TEL (305) 832-6774_________


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