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The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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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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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IE JEWISH
IMMUNITY OF
PALM 11ACH
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"Jewish floridian
VOLUME 10-NUMBER 5
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3.1964
PRICE 35 CENTS
Shamir Denies 12 Percent Live Below Poverty Line
By HUGH ORGEL
(JTA ) -
tzhak Shamir has
report
the National
Institute (Nil)
lay that one in eight Is
12 percent of the
lation live below the
rty line.
.-cording to Shamir, the
s$es are better off
r than under the Labor
which governed Israel
1977, especially if fringe
Its and extra services are
into consideration. The
Finance Ministry agreed with
him and accused Tami, a
Likud coalition partner, of
playing politics and distorting
figures.
Tami represents a low in-
come, largely Sephardic
constituency. Its minister,
Aharon U/an, holds the Labor
and Welfare portfolio in
Shamir's Cabinet. The Nil, an
agency of that government
department, roughly
analogous to the Social Sec-
urity Administration in the
U.S., reported that 500,000
people live on a monthly in-
come of less than 14,000
Shekels (about $140) which is
only 20 percent of the average
salary in Israel.
According to the Nil, these
people include 200,000 wage-
earners and some 300,000
elderly people. The latter are
without any source of income
other than their Nil payments,
the report said.
Dr. Israel Katz, a prominent
sociologist and a founder and
former director general of the
Nil, explained how the defini-
tion of poverty in Israel was
determined by the Institute
some 20 years ago. "You can
use the number of calories and
vitamins required for
minimum health, for instance,
and when we drew up the
definition of poverty back in
the 1960s, we compared the
yardstick with what is in use
today and they jibed," he
said.
"The definition was any-
body earning less than 40
percent of the national average
and that is the yardstick used
and still valid," Katz said.
He acknowledged, however,
that "poverty is a relative
term. You cannot compare
poverty in Israel with that in
Bombay. And I presume that a
Texan with one Cadillac
would feel he was on the
poverty line if other Texans
had 100 Cadillacs."
While controversy devel-
oped over the poverty issue,
public services throughout
Israel seemed on the verge of
chaos. Civil servants con-
tinued work slowdowns and
other labor sanctions to
protest the erosion of their
wages by runaway inflation.
Many government offices and
ministries were paralyzed.
federation Community Dinner Raises Over $ 300,000
By LOUISE ROSS
staat News Coordinator
r $300,000 was raised
Gala Community Din-
clebration held at The
anish-Isnaeli
lations
JTA special feature,
In'a method of gran-
Israel recognition
the state of the
nish Jewish com-
lity today are ex-
ed.Page4.
Ilage Royale
The
Ben Begins
84 Campaign
irman end eo>
rman are appointed
Md the Jewish
uratlon of Palm
:h CountyUJA cam
n in this Boynton
=h community. Up-
Ing Luncheon plena
mnounced. Page 5.
detail
ceptionHeld
RM
mm
pportunity to meet
) Jack Kemp prior to.
>ala Community
r Celebration was
ntfed to members of
ommunlty. See photo
'yon P*fles 8*7.
Breakers on Jan. 18 on behalf
of the 1984 Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County-United
Jewish Appeal campaign.
More than three hundred peo-
ple attended to demonstrate
their support lor the Jewish
I comiminit> locally, in Israel
and throughout the world and
Ho hear the Honorable Jack
Kemp, limed States Con-
grcssin.m Irom New York.
Myron I. Nickmau. general
chairman ol the 19S4 Jewish
Federation I'JA campaign,
staled. "We in the Palm
Beaches h;,\e heen .1 Federa-
tion tin approximately 22
years and we'\e grown and
multiplied. 1 his room, filled
with marvelous people, is a
testimony to the fact that we
have created a wonderful
Jewish community."
He went on to say that with
this growth, tour beneficiary
agencies were established to
serve the community's needs.
But, according to Nickman,
the Jewish Community
Congressman Jack Kemp [center] with the
co-chairmen of the Community Dinner [left
to right] Mortimer Weiss and Myron
Roberts.
Center, the Jewish Commu-
nity Day School, the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
and the Joseph L. Morse
Geriatric Center, must have
ongoing support if they are lo
continue to meet the needs of
an increasing Jewish popula-
tion of the young, the elderly,
the single parent and those
eoing through transition.
Continued on Page 11
Gold To Chair Campaign
Royal Palm Beach Golf Tournament
Scheduled Feb. 27
Myron J. Nickman, general
chairman of the 1984 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign, has appointed
Milton Gold to chair the 1984
drive at Royal Palm Beach. In
accepting the chairmanship,
Gold announced that Dr. Jack
J. Gindes will once again serve
as chairman of the annual golf
tournament and luncheon
given on behalf of the cam-
paign on Feb. 27 at the Indian
Trails Country Club. Murray
Siegel will be honored at the
event for his dedicated cam-
paign leadership.
Nickman stated, "We are
pleased to have Milton accept
this position as he has demon-
strated his leadership abilities
as a member of the Jewish
Federation board, chairman
of the Federation Mideast
Task Force and as a repre-
sentative of the ZOA to the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem
among others. Under his
direction, we anticipate new
records being set at Royal
Palm Beach."
Gold is confident that the
golf tournament and luncheon
will be as successful for the
annual fund raising drive as in
the past. "Jack has done an
impressive job in organizing
the golf tournament and I am
confident that this year's will
be even more successful. In
addition, we will have the op-
portunity to pay tribute to
Murray Siegel who has been a
Continued on Page 7-A
Milton Gold


Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Friday. February 3,1984
M>ron J. Nickman [left] presents the Campaign
Worker of the Year award to Mortimer Weiss, co-
chairman of the Community Dinner.
Seated [left to right] Mrs. Marjorie Roberts. Mr.
Irving Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Marks and Mrs.
Irving Shapiro. Standing [left to right] Mrs. Sam
Wexler. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman, Mr. E.
Drew Gackenheimer. executive director Morse
Geriatric Center of the Jewish Home for the Aged.
and Mrs. F.. Drew Gackenheimer.
Seated [left to right] Dr. and Mrs. Harold Batt. Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Kred
Gattegno. Standing [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Kessler and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Brodsky.
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Seated [left to righ] Mr. and Mrs. William Effron.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ollove and Mrs. Akin
Wilensky. Standing [left to right] Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Steinmeti, Dr. and Mrs. Lester M. Silverman
and Mr. Alvin Wilensky.
V- M
Seated (left to right] Mr. Fred Cohen M,
r Khrlich. Jewish j^v SMm%t aid'Mr. lind'Mrj""*^
''J5H Slwrftal [left to right] Mrs. r red Co
Eft wJaftS^S-E ns ** -^
Mr. Harry KngeMein

Mr.and.Oil 2tj3
Salmanson. Cantor and Mrs. I)a>,d Pardash and
Mrs Harold ttolfson. Standing [left to nght| Mr.
and Mrs. H. Bill Rosell. Mrs. Shirley leibow. Mr.
Harold V\ofson. and Mr. and Mrs, Saul Siherman.
Seated [left to right] Mr. Kdward Mils
Lionel Greenbaum, Dr. Asher Bar /f>. m9
Greenbaum and Mr. Irving Schnabel. Sua|
to right) Mrs. Edward Halperia. Mr
Greenbaum. Dr. Haviva Langenauer. Mr.l
Hoffman, Ms. Anita First and Mr. Herbenf
Gala Community!
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Alsin Newman
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Graine. Standing [left lo
right] Dr. and Mrs. Jules Werner, Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Potash and Mr. and Mrs. Tester Sodowkk.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Hrrmii
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bogatin. Mandiag [kfi<
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Gaylord. Mrs. bm
Mrs. Fay hahn. Mrs. Tillie kahn (,ilorl
Fdward Rose.
Seated [left to right] Mrs. Stanley Lustig and Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Brenner. Standing [left to right] Mr.
Shep Lesser. Mrs. Marjorie Schimelman, Mr. Stanles
Lustig Mr. and Mrs. Robert List. Mrs. Fa>e Stoller.
Jewish Federation Women's Division administrative
assistant and Mr. Jerry Tishman.
i
Seated [left to right] Mr. Bernard U*lM
Phillip siskin aad Mr. and Mrs. W
Standing (left to right] Mrs. Bernard UJ
Mrs. Benjamin Levy aid Mr. aad Mn
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ellis, Mrs
Mitchell Perrin. Mrs. Ruth Waldman and Mrs
Harold Nadel. Standing (left to right] Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Feinstein, Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Besdine and
Mr. Harold Nadel.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Murray J Kern
U. ham Weinberg. Standing [left to right] Mr. Bim
Adler .former executive director o jwS
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Seated (left lo right] Mr. aad Mrs.JJJJJj
Dr. Norsaa Schalman aad Mrs. Twj-j
Staadiag (left to right] Mr. and Mn.jp,
Mr. Neil Ualt/er. Mr. aad Mrs. Fw"1
Dr. Theodore Genoa.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Rauch
man. Dr. and Mrs. Irving I. Rubin. Mrs. Irene
Fhrennch and Dr. Joseph Liefter. Standing [left to
right] Mr. and Mrs. Jacob hat/ and Mr. and Mrs
Howard Teitelbaum.
nil Mr* Uiirtm Dntfl.
and Mrs. Morton Rosen.


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x:
I to right] Mr. Erwin Blonder, Mrs.
irman, Mrs. Myron J. Nickman and Mrs.
en. Standing [left to right] Mrs. Douglas
Jr. Douglas Kleiner, Jewish Federation
lirector, and Mr. Aaron Cohen.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gutterman
and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Gojdberg. Standing [left .
to right] Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lang, Mrs. Ida Levin aV',^ \K- J u 7* P 'U^*T
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greenberg. Setled [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Goldberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zipkin and Mrs. Seymour Fine.
Standing [left to right] Mr. Ariel Dorra, Ms. Helen
Jenkins, Rabbi Howard Shapiro, Ms. Carol Effrat,
associate national manager UJA, and Mr. Seymour
Fine.
\
to right] Mrs. Mark levy, Mr. and Mrs.
impell and Mr. Mark levy. Standing [left
|r. and Mrs. Keith Kronish and Mr. and
[Rosen back.
Seated (left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Halpern,
Mrs. Anne Weiss and Mrs. J. Levin. Standing [left to
right] Mrs. Elsie Leviton, Mrs. Gilbert Bloch. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Jacobson, Mr. Gilbert Bloch and
Congressman Kemp.
nner Celebration
Seated [left to right] Mr. Jacob Friedland, Mr. and
vlrs. Steve Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sch-
wartz. Standing [left to right] Mrs. Jacob Friedland,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ley and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Kohleriter.
I
to right] Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Suchman
id Mrs. George Popkin. Standing [left to
Jonas Barenholtz, Mr. Maurice Cohen,
Pincourt, Mr. Larry Ochstein and Mrs.
lagall.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. S. Brick, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Marx and Mr. Robert Balgley. Standing
[left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Levy and Mrs. Robert Balgley.
Seated [left to right] Mrs. Ed Shifman, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Rudolph. Standing [left to right] Mr. Ed Shifman,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fields and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Plisskin.
L>.
i
i
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to right] Mrs. Joseph Weingard, Dr. and
ey Penner and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Berg,
eft to right] Mr. Joseph Weingard and Mr.
Jan Gordon.
to right] Mr. Bernard Marin, Mrs. Joe
>r and Mrs. David Karp. Standing [left to
. Bernard Marin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Felsher.
Seated [left to right] Mr. and Mrs. Alan Shulman,
Mrs Robert Perrin, Mr. H. Irwin Levy and Mr.
Norman Braman. Standing [left to right] Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Gladstone, Congressman Jack Kemp,
Mr. Michael Barrows and Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Cummings.
Seated [left to right] Dr. and Mrs. Paul Klein, Dr.
Terry Cohen, Dr. Peter Wunsh and Ronni Epstein,
Jewish Federation director of Public Relations.
Standing (left to right] Mr. Michael Zimmerman,
Cantor Elaine Shapiro Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell Beers and Dr. and Mrs. Gary Dellerson.
HcJse
J i w
lo right] Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Her-
I Ms. Ann Lynn Lipton, Jewish education
Jewish Federation. Standing [left to right]
Irs. Milton Gold, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Jbbl and Mrs. Joel Levine.
Seated on the dlas are [left to right] Mr. Norman
Seated [left to right] Mrs. Lillian Malkin, Mr. Eli Schimelman. Jewish Federation executive director,
Malkln and Mr. and Mrs. Hindley Mendelsohn. Mr. Myroi j. Nickman. general chairman of the
Standing [left to right] Mrs. Rose Rudman and Mr. J'M f 252 Jeanne Levy, president
and Mrs. Isidore Wlrtheimer.
Jewish Federation.


New Highs in 1983 Florida Anti-Semitic Orcurrencd

The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith is reporting nationally that in 1983
anti-Semitic incidents across the country
declined significantly over such incidents in
1982.
All of us remember with some measure of
horror the level of anti-Semitism in 1982,
particularly after the launching of Israel's
operation in Lebanon and the blatantly
anti-Israel propaganda going for news
reporting that filled the nation's
publications and appeared on its television
screens almost immediately thereafter.
So the latest ADL statement is a
welcome one.
But apparently not so for Floridians.
Arthur Teitelbaum, director of the Florida
Office of the Anti-Defamation League,
declares that, in fact, 1983 brought a slight
increase in anti-Semitic incidents in our
state against the national trend.
These incidents, according to
Teitelbaum, ran the gamut from
harassments of synagogues and private
homes via threatening telephone calls to
outright bomb threats, desecrations of
synagogues and even graffiti.
If there is some hopeful sign in this
counter-trend, it lies in the Florida ADL's
statement of praise for law enforcement
officials statewide. In small communities
throughout Florida, where a strong Jewish
community hardly exists, nevertheless
these officials are making a concerted effort
to investigate and bring to a head every
possible report of an anti-Semitic act
against a House of Worship.
Tougher Laws
In many ways, the Florida Anti-
Defamation League itself deserves credit
for this happy development. It was
through the Florida ADL that the State
Legislature passed the Houses of Worship
Protection Act of 1982 by which
desecration, damage or destruction of any
House of Worship in the state, of whatever
persuasion, was raised to a third degree
felony offense.
This means that the type of justice
meted out to such offenders, including
those of the anti-Semitic variety, are
handled on a much more serious basis than
before. Not only are perpetrators of such
offenses likely to think twice about it before
committing them now.
It also means that Florida's law en-
forcement officers are far tougher on the
culprits themselves.
Why Florida runs contrary to the
national figures on anti-Semitic incidents in
1983 is disturbing enough. But at least we
can take some solace in the fact that, if
caught, offenders now face a tougher row
hoe.
Meeting in Jerusalem
Some say that one of the many reasons
Menachem Begin resigned as Prime
Minister of Israel is that last October West
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl was due
to visit him in Jerusalem. Begin could not,
so the story goes, face the prospect of
welcoming West Germany's leader to the
Jewish State, so engrained in him still is
the anguish he feels about the Hitler
is at least some substance to this.
"Jewish flor idian
period.
InIL7inl.17-fCnan7el.orH
midt's office. Begin had soim' d^edly
undiplomatic things to ayabout Schmidt,
which among other things focused on Sch-
midt's young years during the Nazi ersi
Begin could simply never restrain himself
on this Issue.
Apparently. one hopes that Prime
Minister Yitz.hak Shamir will have no such
crippling feelings when he welcomes
Chancellor Kohl to Jerusalem this week.
Shamir is reported by his close aides to be
far sturdier physically and far less
emotional than Begin was.
But this does not mean that Shamir can
be expected to be more polite and less
forthright about the major questions
dividing the two countries at this time.
Mainly at issue are the arms deals that
Bonn "recently arranged with Arab
countries some of them consummated
when Kohl visited these countries on his
Middle Eastern tour last October when he
was also scheduled to stop off in Jerusalem
for a meeting with Mr. Begin.
To put the potential impact on Israa
these arms deals into perspective, one a
only be reminded that but a few short
weeks ago. it was officially confirmed e
Bundestag that Bonn will sell arms to
Saudi Arabia in the near future.
No wonder the Israelis and Jews
throughout the world are concerned.Na
this concern eased by the knowledge tin
Deputy Foreign Minister Juergen
Moellemann has played a jubilant hanc
behind-the-scenes in these arms sales
developments and, what is more, withtl
approval of Foreign Minister Hans
Dietrich Genscher.
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What all of this adds up to is a strained
meeting between Chancellor Kohl and
Prime Minister Shamir. We may not km
the full import of this meeting for some
time. But one thing is already clear: thetJJ
called "special relationship" thatexistaTI hd
between Israel and West Germany almojI
from the moment of the founding of the
State of Israel in 1948 is now a thing of-
past.
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Emergent Spanish- Israeli Relatioi
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Friday. February 3. 1984 30 SHEVAT 5744
Vo,umel Number 5
By MICHAEL FOONER
MADRID (JTA)
Henry Kissinger created
"shuttle" diplomacy, bui
before thai there was "dollar"
diplomacy, and "gunboat"
diplomacy befoi Now
"turismo" diplomacy has
entered the lexicon of int<
tional relations.
Ii has use in
! ni months to refer to the
.liar process being used hv
iblish-
ing chan-
nels of communication,
Instead ol ne
treat} and me am-
lo in-
ternational j a hen two
>t establish diplo-
matic relations, these two are
sending tourism ah to
c er a- national r<
sentatives, undei es to
meet and organize
ernmental activities
Spa n expects in this way to
ontations with her
friends; and the
- in power hope to
j a showdown with theii
d right opposition
No slight is intended
"lied bj Spam's
' II ng tourism oil
the diplomatic fla
hes to Israel In Spain.
I .i < abinei status.
* I en, earlier this year, the
Minister ol I orcign Affairs,
Fernando Moran, who
normally would handle it
>n waffling on the question
"I recognition for Israel
under heavy pressure from
Arab countries, the Council ..i
Ministers voted lo assign the
responsibility to the Minister
of Transportation, Tourism
and Communications,
Enrique Baron with authoniv
lo develop official activities
The Israel government has
named a career d.pfrmat.
Samuel Hadas. as director of
ihe World Tourism Organi
zation. He resides in Madrid
where he has been received by
King Juan Carlos, and is
liaison between Spanish of-
ficials and their Israeli coun-
terparts. The Spanish press
openly refers ,0 Hadas as
unofficial Ambassador."
For 35 years, since the State
of Israel was founded. ,hc
Arab nations have successfully
Spam and Israel
politically isolated from each
other Israel is one among only-
three countries denied diplo-
matic status m Madrid, the
others being Albania and
North Korea.
Despite this. Israel and
Sp lin have d< td sub-
stantial commcrei I relations
I technol (changes.
I' doubled
from the mid-
i1'" about

By 'ling to
al writer, Vntxon
lure h been a
Mnk: small Arab
involvement with
lin, very interior to what
maintain with other
I uropean countries all of
whom have diplomatic
relations with Israel
\s ith the new ol fical rela-
tionship between Spam and
Israel promoting an In-
ha nee ol travelers,
I on- Minister Baron
reported at the end ol October
that he was looking to annual
Israeli spending ol 1.300
million Pesetas (just under SI
million) and 60.000 tourists
from Israel
Arab tourism is minuscule
m comparison. The main
impact from Arab countries
has been that of wealthy shieks
buying up resort properties.
I his has been credited by
observers as helping to inflate
real estate prices in vacation
areas
Two factors arc seen as
bearing on Israel's confident
prediction that diplomatic
recognition by Spain is close at
hand First, of course, is the
world oil situation, and the
declining power of the Arabs
to use their OPEC set-up in
dictating political wishes.
The other is perception of
moral psychological and
political realities. As a nation.
Spam wishes to be accepted
into the Western democratic
community and, as an
editorial in the International
Herald Tribune put it, to hold
back from full diplomatic re-
cognition of Israel is an
obsolete and petty attitude
not befitting" a country with
Spain's ambitions.
The Spanish Jewish com-
munity is declining. Iroi
the decline has set in a:;
when the Jews neverH
good as they do i
Spain.
And. double irony,
at a time when Je<
thc world arc rev
interest in Spain of :h
\ees and in the Je[
and culture there.
Today the decb
reflected in the J* I
the Sephardic i
although they -
minyan foi m
while* the \shkeAtn
gogue didn'i even o
services on the High
Days this year.
From Spain's largest
community. Barcelou|
dropped behind MadH
even there. IDC
leaders observe a dliJ
no reversal in sight. Ti
other cities with or?
Jewish communities ha"
tiny and no longer |
pected to grow.
All this has happendj
spain was growing 4
model of tolerance M\
being for lews. There*!
complete religious ar*J
tical freedom. CW 1
equalitv and ecoml
noriunity. Anti-Sen in-
dents from fringe gr
the past were proj
tended to by V*W
The reason for thej
Ihe attraction ollsracu
of the community "J
eclona. Madrid aJJ
agree. The young gg
Jewish awareness mm
Israel more citinJl
elders upon reachjll
men! are also em.'>*
,o.hishca.ir.t.onjjl
who choose assim'W I
the secular orlj. Jl
community pd'r!^l
living Jewish prejl
gradually fade fr<"*
But ii "' ,n0.J
There will al*'J
the past, the u"Jf
the great med.e> H
philosophers, gd**.
the Jewish WfJJ
managed the aff ^
and bankrolled t
of America.


Friday, February 3,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 5
Village Roy ale To Launch 1984 Campaign
Moskowitz To Chair
B. Nickman, general
lof the 1984 Jewish
H of Palm Beach
nited Jewish Appeal
impaign, lias renamed Al
fiz to chair the 1984
Bllage Royale on the
\ the eighth consec-
Working with him
fchairman for the 3rd
[be Murray Collier.
|Shepard has been
| to chair the Village
the Green Lunch-
on behalf of the
npaign (minimum
Mnmitment $50). The event
t held on Feb. 20, noon,
irnard no No. Fed-
ighway, Boynton Beach.
kman stated, "Al and
Bare dedicated men
fcimiinu'in over the
has resulted in gener-
Hrcasing support for
h community here.
Knd in Israel. I antic-
Banner year lor the
H at Village Royale on
ft under their capable
B."
ftwii/. a native of New
ftaught health .ind
education in New
fccondary schools for
[He also coached soc-
pc'Pall teams and was
B-managcr of a sum-
B in Pennsylvania for
I yea
ft participated actively
B3'rith, the annual Is
ft Drive and I he Men's
Bcmplc Beth Sholom.
ft, also from New
Has a stockbroker and
ft for National Con-
orporation. He has
ftor UJA and I edera-
I 50 years. Working
ftbleni children for 14
paign Committee of Village
Royale on the Green are Irving
Bernstein, Lester Brown,
Hilda Epstein, Lou Flaum,
Leo Grossbard, Ben Katz,
William Lillie, William Marx,
Jack Schwartzberg, Eve
Sewall, Joe Sewall, Nat Wein-
shel and Hilda Zell.
For more information
contact Sylvia Lewis, staff
associate, at the Boynton
Beach branch office, 737-
0746.
Murray Collier,
Co-chairman
years, he served as chairman
of Jewish Big Brothers.
Collier is a member of B'nai
B'rith, Temple Sinai and a
past president of the Hiramic
Club of Village Royale on the
Green.
Mrs. Shcpard announced
that Dr. Paul Klein, president
of (he Jewish Community
Center and a Jewish Federa-
tion Campaign Cabinet
member, will be the guest
speaker at the luncheon. "We
urge the residents of Village
Royale on the Green to join
together in helping their fellow
Jews. Dr. Paul Klein, an active
member of our Jewish
community for many years,
will inform us about the needs
of our local community and
bring us up-to-date on the
programs and services that are
Al Moskowitz,
Chairman
available. He will also address
the needs of our people in Is-
rael."
Mrs. Shepard, a native of
Chicago, was a government
employee in Washington,
D.C. for 25 years. She is a life
member of Miami Douglas
Gardens Jewish Home for the
Aged, Hadassah, B'nai B'rith
Women, Brandeis University
Women and Deborah Hospital
Foundation. Mrs. Shepard is a
member of Temple Beth
Sholom in Lake Worth and
Congregation Beth Kodesh in
Boynton Beach.
Moskowitz and Collier said,
"We are pleased to have
Gertrude chair our luncheon
and are looking forward to
making this event an annual
success." Serving with
Moskowitz, Collier and Mrs.
Shepard on the 1984 Cam-
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Royal Palm Beach Golf Tournament
To Honor Murray Siegel
Irs. Alec Engelstein and Congressman Jack Kemp
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[Mrs. Henry Herman and Mrs. Myron J. Nick man
Continued from Page 1
leader in the Jewish
Federation-UJA campaign in
Royal Palm Beach since
1970."
Mr. Siegel originally from
New Jersey, will be celebrating
his eighty-second birthday the
day prior to the tournament.
From 1933 until 1976, he
headed a wholesale tire dis-
tributing company and was
active in many community or-
ganizations. He was a Master
of his Masonic lodge in 1951, a
member of the Board of B'nai
Israel Temple, active in UJA
drives receiving the annual
award in 1961, was a leader in
Israel Bond Drives and active
inhisYMHA.
Murray and Jean Siegel first
came to Royal Palm Beach in
1970 and became permanent
residents in 1976, where he has
continued his activities with
Israel Bond Drives and was
honored as Man of the Year in
1982.
Dr. Gindes said, "We are
looking forward to increased
attendance at the golf tourna-
ment this year. There will be
sign-up sheets at the Indian
Trails Country Club and the
Willows Golf Club and I urge
residents of Royal Palm Beach
to sign up as early as possible
as the slots are filling up
quickly. I can also be con-
tacted for reservations."
For more information, con-
tact Mark Mendel, staff asso-
ciate, at the Federation office,
832-2120.

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Award for "her unswerving
dedication to humanitarian
and spiritual values," at a din-
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opening the four day [Feb. 9-
12] National Executive Com-
mittee meeting of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith at the Breakers. Princ-
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of the Treasury Donald T.
Regan.
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Director Named For JCC
Dr Paul Klein. President of
the Jew Community
Center, has announced the ap-
pointment of Aaron Zucker as
Interim Director of the
Center.
Mr. Zucker. a long-time
Jewish communal profev
mal, coma to Florida from
the JYCs of Greater Phila-
delphia where he had served as
Associate Executive Director
from 19"5-81 before assuming
the Directorship of the Klein
Branch, the largest flagship
branch >f ".hat agency Zucker
.i> born and educated in
Cleveland. Oh receiving his
B \ and MS* from esiern
Reserve I niven 1
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Personnel Technician in the
I S Vmv during V> orid W n
Aaroi Zucker
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All chapter* oi Hadassah
will .ioin together on Feb. 9.
9:30 a.m.. at Florida Atlantic
Universh) auditorium in a
communit\-vkide Jewish
Education-Bridge oi Learning
Day "Jewish Music from :he
Bible to Broadwav" will be the
theme of the da> and in addi-
tion to speaker*, and presenta-
tions will include selections b>
Cantor Elaine Shapiro of
Temple Beth-El. West Palm
Beach. Cantor Rosen ol
Temple Beth-El. Boca Ra-
and Cantor Roberts of Cor.-
gregation B'nai Torah. Boca
Raton
According to Isabel Katz.
Jew ish Education chairman of
Florida Cer Region,
Hadassah has alva><. been
. n zani di the power of
education and has emphasized
this in -' gran on all
levels. "We
onl> our j
and be. .inted with
the rich hen:.
Ea. -oup ha*
Library Opened
At Morse
Geriatric Center
h it1* trac
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on and commit r
. ice, ^3: onal Council of
Jewish Women, Palm Bea;-
Sect n Jan. 14 official!)
tened the librar\ at the
Morse Geriatric Center in
W :- Pa!n Beach The Coun-
cil Volunteer* were inducted
and given an orientation ses-
sion after which the residents
were introduced to the \ol-
unteer worker*, and the wealth
of material available to them
W rth the cooperation of
Mickie Ro.<. of the Geriatric
Center. Florence Hirshik.
Leah H)man and Mar) Fr>ed-
wald. the Council representa-
tive^ were responsible for
organizing and netting up the
librars and purchasing large
print and regular books, audio
visual equipment, etc.. funded
bv \CJU Palm Beach Sec-
tion There were also man)
donation* made b) various
pic
1 mure plans include taping
the life stories oi the resider
[) nation* of tape recorder* -
other media material in good
requested for
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each vear but a!! of l
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He Sunday, Feb. 5, 9 a.m. WPTV
^^ with host Barbara Gordon Jewish
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VIM Sunday. Feb. 5, 10:30 a.m. WPBR
m I W- with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The
Jner's Digest, a radio magazine.
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K.in WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr!
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Federation Women's Division Pacesetters
Meeting 7 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group -
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood board -
Women's American ORT Golden River -
kit B'nai B'rith No. 3046 8 p.m. Hadassah -
:l-brd 3 p.m.
Biiat ion League Palm Beach dinner at Breakers
Beth Sholom board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah
I Education Day at FAU Hadassah Henrietta
Hhication Day at FAU Hadassah Yin el -
Day at FAU American Jewish Congress -
oncer Women Na'Amat (Council) 10 a.m.
American ORT Haverhill board 12 noon
Mi No. 3196 7:30 p.m. Hadassah Sholom -
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lein College of Medicine at Breakers Temple
lural Festival 8 p.m.
pnstitute at Breakers Golden Lakes Temple
board lOa.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club
>n Jewish War Veterans No. 408 9:30 a.m.
Veterans No. 501 Morse Geriatric Center -
ling- 10 a.m.
Angel of Mercy Luncheon at Breakers 12
pish Federation Local Concerns Task Force 7:30
Indeis University Women Boynton Beach -
|m. Women's American ORT Mid Palm 1
psh Community Day School board 7:30 p.m.
American ORT Rishona board 9:30 a.m.
Anshei Sholom Men's Club board
Tikvah board 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei
)ard -9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3016- board
I'nai B'rith No. 3046 board 3 p.m. Temple
[Sisterhood board Jewish War Veterans
,o. 408- 10:30 a.m.
h El board 8 p.m. National Council of
en Palm Beach cultural series at YWCA 1-3
pic Israel Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. Pioneer
Izrat board Yiddish Culture Group Century
a.m. Women's League for Israel I p.m.
Women Chai board 7:30 p.m. Pioneer
[Cypress Lakes board I p.m. Women's
RT West Palm Beach board 12:30 p.m.
mcrican ORT Golden Lakes board 10 a.m.
Community Relations Council
Protests German Arms
Sale To Saudi Arabia
According to news reports,
the West German government
is contemplating selling major
weapons systems which
possess offensive capabilities
to Saudi Arabia. Among the
systems are Tornado aircraft,
advanced Leopard tanks,
Roland II Surface-to-air
mobile missile system with
target tracking radar, Gepart
antiaircraft cannon and the
Marder armored personnel
carrier.
Raphael Danziger of the
American Jewish Congress
states that these weapons
"constitute indispensable
components of an integrated
offensive weapon system cen-
tered around main battle tanks
and designed to provide them
with air defense and enhanced
capabilities. Their designation
as 'defensive' weapons is
correct only in the narrowest
technical sense. In actual
combat, their role is even more
offensive on the ground that is
that of the Awacs in the air."
It has been reported by
William Safire in the New
York Times that German law
prohibits arms exports to
'regions of tension.' The Kohl
government does not consider
the Arabian peninsula a region
of tension. "Of course," con-
tinues Safire, in every Arab-
Israeli war to date, the Saudis
have been belligerents; in any
future conflict, these new
Saudi panzer divisions, prob-
ably driven by Palestinians or
hired hands from East Ger-
many, would be sent to Jordan
or Syria for use against
Israel."
Anticipating Chancellor
Kohl's meeting with Israeli
Prime Minister Shamir at the
end of January, Elsie Leviton,
chairman of the Community
Relations Council of the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Beach
County, has sent a telegram to
Josef Peter Kansy, consul of
West Germany, 100 North
Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fl
33132, protesting the proposed
arms sale on moral grounds.
The text of the message read,
"We strongly protest German
arms sales to Saudi Arabia. It
is immoral of Germany, which
destroyed the Jews of Europe,
to supply Israel's enemy with
arms which could be turned
against the Jewish people of
Israel."
The CRC urges the Jewish
community to write to Mr.
Kansy emphasizing that
German arms not be placed in
the hands of those who have
publicly declared a holy war
against Israel.
For more information
contact Rabbi Alan Sherman,
director of the CRC, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.
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1 medium dove garac. crushed
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1 tablespoon butter or marganne
2 cans (15 oi each) Chef Boy-ar dee
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Parmesan cheese and mix well. Saute onion, garlic and peppers in
butter until lightly browned; combine with broccok. Place Ravioli
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heated. Add half of the broccoli mixture to Ravioli; save half for
garnish. Arrange in shallow or 1 to quart serving dish. Garnish
edge with remaining broccoli. Serves 4 to 6.
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JCC News
The children of the Jevi>h ( ommunit) ( rater's Keren Orr
P re-School are hu.il> planting an oak Irec in celebration
of Tu B'Shoal [Jewish \rhor l)a\] on the ground" ol the
Jewish C ommunit) Center. Shown from left to right ire
Jamie Manners. Heather dreenhill. Joj Kahlenberg,
teacher, Beverly Root and Jeffre> Scheinman.
JOIN SINGLES OF TWO ( Ol NTIES
Singles, 50 and over, of the Jewish Communin ( enters
of Palm Beach. South Counts and independent S
Groups will join togethet Sunday, Feb 12 ai 2 p.m ai
B'nai Jacob Congregation, 14ui N.W, 4th \ve., Boca
Raton for a livel) afternoon.
The order of the da) will be dancing to live music, wine
and cheese, dance demonstration b> the Diplomat Studio
and the opportunit\ to meet new people.
Advance donation $5, at the door S~.
For additional information call Joan Wolfberj: ai I
7700.
WOMAN TO WOMEN
The Jewish Communin Center's "Women's Da\" this
year will be "Women"'- Night Out." It will take place Sun-
day, March 4. at Temple Israel. 1901 No. Flaglet Dr.,
West Palm Beach from 3:30 to 8 p.m.
This change of time will enable women to attend two
workshops of their choice led b> women who are leader- in
their field.
Viewing the work ol women artisans will d\^o be .nail-
able.
Some of the topics that will be offered are Personality
Analysis, Human Sexuality, Friendship, Gourmet Cook-
ing, and Message.
A light buffet vsith wine will be served
The evening will end with entertainment bv very talented
women.
The brochure giving further details will be available
soon. Call 689-7700 today Place youi name on the mailing
list to be assured that you will receive this information.
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EDITOR,
The Jewish Floridian.
religiOUI leaders examine their
own programs, study the
t|s ol a changing society;
r is "ment in
and most effJJ
the home and 1
ship.
CLARnJ
Superintendent Mills should ^ ^ famj|y addrcss
be supported strongly in tiis ^ keep religious cn-
Pdssover
cisions ol the Supreme ( ourt,
lomose Bible study groups on
school campuses I think
m- their hands lull
enough 10 fulfill the j<
leaching fot which they arc
trained, hired, to prepare stU
dents to perform in the so
in which they must live, sur-
vive and achieve
h seems to me thai teach
nu's ol the Bible would be
more effective, have more
meaning in ritual at
mosphcrc ol the church 01
other pi.: rship rather
than the academu environ
men! ol .1 -. I '!" ^vh
rely must
know and understand I his V
had been suggested, Jim,ties
could provide transporta
schools 10 respective
chur 1 Id ten to
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AMERICAN RED MAGEN DAVID
FOR ISRAEL
The next membership meeting will take place at the
American Savings Bank, West Gate, 12:30 p.m. on Feb.
22.
Helen Nussbaum will review biographies of Sen. Jacob
Javits and Bella Abzug.
B'NAIB'RITH
Century Lodge No. 2939 will hold its regular meeting
Feb. 14, 7:30 p.m. at Congregation Anshei Sholom. Hank
Meyer, National Commissioner of Hillel, and Nancy
Tobin, Director of Hillel, will be guest speakers. The
Lodge is planning their I lth anniversary celebration on
Feb. 26 at the Royce Hotel with a luncheon-dance. For
reservations contact Bernie Friesler, 3416 Rossi Court,
l.eisureville. West Palm Beach.
Lodge No. 3196 will meet Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. at
American Savings Bank, Okeechobee Blvd. and West
Drive, West Palm Beach. This meeting will present two
speakers, Aggie Shein and Ralph Stern. Mrs. Shein will
relate her experiences as a survivor of the Holocaust. Mr.
Stern will tell of his work in helping Jews to leave Ger-
many, and assisting them to reach Australia.
B'NAIB'RITH WOMEN
Masada Chapter will have an evening at Jai-Alai on
Tuesday, Feb. 7, with dinner. Contact Frances Chodosh.
Menorah Chapter will meet Feb. 14 at the American
Savings Bank at 1 p.m. The Palm Beach Professional
Center will feature Tai-Chai, "Your Outlook to Happy
Fitness."
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
On Thursday, Feb. 23, at 1 p.m., a reception and
orientation for new members of Lake Worth Chapter will
be held at Temple Beth Sholom The afternoon has been
planned to acquaint new members with the history and
goals of BUNWC as well as the educational and social
aspects.
Temple Beth Sholom is located at 315 North A St., Lake
Worth.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The Palm Beach County Region Chapter is planning five
days and four nights during Passover at the Sans Souci
Hotel, Miami Beach April 16-20.
HADASSAH
Tamar Royal Palm Beach Chapter will present "Razz-
Ma-Jazz," a musical revue, Saturday evening, Feb. 4, 8
p.m. at the Crestwood Community School, Royal Palm
Beach.
Golds Meir Boynton Beach Chapter will take part in
Education Day at FAU, on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Lake Worth Chapter will participate in Education Day
at FAU on Feb. 9. Their topic will be The History of the
Yiddish Theatre in America.
Chai Chapter will have a luncheon at the Royce Hotel on
Feb. Il> 10 benefil the ^ outh Aliyah program. Music and
entertainment are included. Contact Evelyn Lowenstein.
Shalom Chapter will hold their annual luncheon for
Hadassah Medical Organization at the Breakers on Feb.
23. Contact Sylvia Kaufman or EstelleKashdan.
Tlkvah Chapter is having an all day trip to the Bass
Museum, Miami Beach to view "The Precious Legacy.
Yovel Chapter will hold their general membership
meeting on Feb. 16. 1 p.m. at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. Plan to attend the 50th Anniversary Youth Aliyah
Luncheon at the Royce Hotel on Feb. 22. For reservations
contact Esther Colon, Kent I-157 or Pearl Rosen, Sheffield
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JEWISH WAR VETERANS
Treasure Coast Post No. 705 "^afpfSSS
Monday of each month at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth El, 4600
Oleander Ave., Fort Pierce. For more information contact
Commander Abnor A. Lotsof, 662 S.E. Portage Ave.. Pt.
St. Lucie.
LABOR ZIONIST
ALLIANCE-POALE-ZION
The organization will celebrate their 10th anniversary on
Sunday. Feb. 19 at the Royce Hotel. David Silverbush, will
be the guest speaker. He is the former president of the
Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union
and Vice President of the Israel Histadrut Campaign.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Okeechobee Section will hold their next general
membership meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16. 1:30 n.m. at
the American Savings Bank, Westgate.
Guest speaker will be Ruth Graham and her subject will
be Literary Humor.
SOUTH FLORIDA
JEWISH CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
The chapter will hold their monthly general membership
meeting on Sunday, Feb. 5, 12 noon at the Florida Gar-
dens Civil Association Center, 134 Ohio Road, Lake
Worth. David Tomberg will be guest speaker. He will
discuss condominium and home owners insurance and
auto insurance. A question and answer period will follow.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
West Palm Chapter will hold their board meeting on Feb.
7, 12:30 p.m. at the American Savings Bank.
The Palm Beach Evening Chapter will hold their second
annual chapter "Mother to Another Luncheon" Tuesday,
Feb. 14 at the home of Steven and Valerie Silverman. This
year's theme is "To Our ORT Children with Love." The
cost is $27.50, which includes $25 pledge to support one
ORT student for one month, plus a buffet. Send checks to
Ms. Silverman, 7701 S. Flagler Dr., W. Palm Beach,
33405.
Mid-Palm Chapter are planning a day at the Bass
Museum and Sea World in Miami on Feb. 14; and an
evening at the West Palm Beach Auditorium is planned to
see "Sleeping Beauty, on Feb. 17. Contact Lee Roth.
Century Chapter will have a trip to the Bass Museum,
Miami Beach. Transportation and admission are included.
The new Okeechobee Chapter of Royal Palm Beach, will
hold a meeting at the Colony, 1030 Royal Palm Beach
Blvd. on Friday, Feb. 3, at 12:30 p.m. New members will
s;ill have the opportunity to become a Charter Member.
For more information and-or directions, please contact
Martha Pincu or Mildred Berkowitz.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL
Sabra Chapter will hold its next meeting on Tuesday,
Feb. 7, at 1 p.m., at the Sunrise Savings and Loan
Association, on Military Trail and Gun Club Road. Guest
for the afternoon will be Rosita Berlant, who will show
films on various foreign countries.
On Feb. 15, Mini Luncheon and Card Party will be held
at the Chase Bank.
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP
Century Village Group will meet on Feb. 7, 10 a.m. The
Century Village Mandolin Ensemble under the direction of
Morris Bell will perform. Betty Steinberg Tell will do a
reading. A film entitled "The Link and the Chain"
produced by ORT, will be presented.
The Cresthaven Group announces an Israel Bond break-
fast will be held on Feb. 12, 10 a.m. at Temple Beth
Sholom, Lake Worth. Goldie Lazarus will be the honoree.
She has been active in both civic and Jewish affairs for the
past 50 years.
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Learned Principles of
Serving Elderly Confirmed
By MURRAY KERN
Chairman
Chaplain Aide Program
"Children of hospitalized
elderly tend to withdraw when
the volunteer Aide comes to
\isit the patient. The relative is
often hopeful that the patient
may reveal feelings to the aide
that will lead to improved
relationship between patient
and family member. "This was
the observation of Edna Zeit/,
Chaplain Aide, as she shared
her experiences with the other
members of the Chaplain Aide
Program at a Workshop Sem-
inar. Jan. 10.
The exchange of ideas by
the Aides were centered
around principles pre\iousl>
enunciated by guest speaker
from various health care dis-
ciplines at Chaplain Aide
Seminars during the past five
years. Rabbi Alan R. Sher-
man, Chaplain, Jeanne
Glasser, Co-Chairman and
Murray Kern moderated
aspects at the workshop
session.
Bernice Schreier commented
on the over-use of drugs as a
means of controlling resident
behavior in some 'homes' and
the failure of nursing home
personnel to help the resident
out of the room to engage in
the facility's activities. SI -
said that volunteer Mdes
alleviate the latter situation.
Working with groups
se\erel\ handicapped *h<
cognitivel) alert. Chaplain
Aide Herman Linshes ex-
plained thai b\ activating
discussion among this group
of residents, he could effect an
improved emotional
"It's not easj to find a
suitable subject," he
"You never know when you
ma\ touch a vein of discus-
sion." He cued the instance
when, in an off-hand manner.
he mentioned the ..
European Shabbat delicacy,
"Cholent." \ good-nai
heaied discussion ensued on
the proper waj to prepare the
dish. The resident1, were
Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is available
in our designated area for per-
sons 60 years of age and over
who do not drive and cannot
use public transportation. We
take people to treatment cen-
ters, doctors appointments, to
hospitals, nursing homes to
visit spouses, to social service
agencies and nutrition centers.
There is no set fee for this
service but passengers are
encouraged to make contribu-
tions. For information and
reservations, call 689-7703.
HOT KOSHER
CONNECTION
Each dav. a program along
with a kosher hot nutritious
lunch is enjoyed by all. Per-
sons 60 years of age or older
who are not able to avail
themselves of other countv
meal programs are eligible.
Meals are prepared with the
special dietary needs of ol
adults in mind and Kasruth i
bserved. There is no fee I
this program, but persons are
Ked to contribute their fair
share at each meal. Transpor-
tation is available for those
requiring it. Reservations must
be made in advance. For
information and-or reser-
vations, call Carol or Lillian at
689-771
\ second Hot Kosher Meals
Program is located at
Congregation Anshei Emuna
in Delray Beach. Persons
residing in Boyntorv Beach.
Delray Beach, and Boca Raton
who wish to avail themselves
of the program may call 495-
0806 between the hours of 9
a.m. and 12 p.m. for more in-
formation.
Persons who are home-
bound are invited to call for
information regarding our
Home Delivered Kosher Meals
Program. Kosher meals are
delivered daily to those who
are physically unable to come
to the Jewish Communitv
Center. We feel privileged to
be able to fulfill this need
whenever possible. For in-
formation, please call Carol or
Lillian at 68903.
The JCC-CSSC introduces a
new class this session. Book
Review, with Ruth Graham as
instructor. Ms. Graham, who
also instructs the Writer's
Workshop, will give book
reviews. She requests that class
participants try to read the
books ahead of time so as to
make the discussions in class
more meaningful.
_ Feb. 8 "The Right-Brain
Experience" bv Marilee
Zdenek
Feb. 15 "The Healing
Heart" and "Anatomv ol an
Illness" bv Norman Cousins
Feb. 22 "l ifelines" bv
Joseph Viertel
Feb. 29 "Dinner at the
Homesick Restaurant"
Anne Tvler
talking to each other, in
contrast to 'he tableau O
motionless figures taring off
into space which greeted h.m
when he entered the room.
I istening 10 sermons mav
be bonne 10 some people.
However." said Al Stillmen.
-suprisingly. nursing home
residents who attend I ndav
Sabbath Services look rorv
: above all i
lh added that their intl
doesn'i lag even through
length) sermonizii
1 illian w rechnei said that
she likes to walk residents out-
ihe fresh air
Tin- most ible activ
difficult to come b> for main
dents because it
the precious element of'time.-
volunteer -\ide can
:de that important
resource and add the com-
passion element that IS
sometimes lacking in paid
employees
leanne Glasser reminded
the members ol an import
aspeel ling ai nursing
homes which was stressed b\
geriatric nurse and ad-
ministrator, I ois Gacken-
heimer; namely, that the
nursing center is a 'home' ol
the resident first and a health
care facility secondarily This
should be kept in mind so that
certain proprieties mav be
observed when visiting.
Rabbi Sherman, quoting
from an article bj Rabbi
Joseph I evine, made the point
that volunteer Aides are not
surrogates lor children, other
relatives or even old friends
Rabbi Sherman said that the
Chaplain -\ide performs a
mit/vah in his own right, in his
own vsav and the distinctive
service has its own degree ol
effectiveness m adding to the
well being of a hospital patient
or nursing home resident
Membei >l the Jewish
I ..plain Aide
and coi
'als. nursing
nters
in Palm Bead I unty.
: ......
the program may
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immediate hospitalization, the
Jewish community has
mounted a campaign to focus
public attention on his plight.
All synagogues, religious
schools and organizations are
being asked to send telegrams,
letters or post cards with the
message: "Thou Shalt Not
Murder Anatoly Shcharan-
sky!" to:
Yuri Andropov
iynton Beach Communities To
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While attending the University
of Massachusetts, he was on
the National Student Advisory
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UJA Campaign for Students
and Faculty.
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Holocaust Survivors
To Meet Feb. 7
The newly formed
Holocaust Survivor*, of the
Palm Beaches will hold their
next meeting on Feb. ".
p.m.. at the American Bank,
West Gate and Okeechobee
Bhd. Ed LefkovMt/. acting
chairman, has announced that
Ronni Epstein, director of
Public Relations for the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Bead
Counts, will be the
speaker
The "Performers" under
the d f Noi
and the electii.....:erswill
also be on the The
prop. I d
Bar Mitzvah
Michael Christenhury
Michael Christenbui
Mr and Mrs \
Palm Ik
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Rita Shon
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light the | v iei
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M chael is a member ol the
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Lefkowitz, chairman; Esihei
iwirth, vice chairman
Buch^baum. 2nd vice .hair-
man; Martha Grunbaum.
recording secretary; I
Groman. rrespond
secretary; and Matilda I < I
treasurer.
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Friday, February 3,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15
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(triple Beth David Announces
Adult Education Series
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breakfast
Mace on Sunday,
V a.m.
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a.m., and its
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Betty Tell will
lely Dramatic
Harry Levine
Milton Kurland
will be accompanied on his
violin by Dora Rosenbaum on
the piano.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
The Men's Club announces
its annual Theatre Party to be
held on Saturday evening,
Feb. 4, 8 p.m. at the Stage
Company. This is the final
performance of Neil Simons
musical comedy, "They're
Playing Our Song." Donation
is S15 per ticket. Tickets may
be obtained by calling the
chairmen of this event
Howard Gordon, Bill Silfen,
Alan Block or the temple
office.
TEMPLE BETH EL
The Pastoral Counselling
Center and The Center for
Adult Education of Temple
Beth El in West Palm Beach
are sponsoring Dr. Sol Gor-
don, writer, lecturer, profes-
sor and educator as the second
in their series of guest lec-
turers. Dr. Gordon will speak
on "Raising a Child Conser-
vatively in a Sexually Permis-
sive World," on Feb. 1,8 p.m.
at the temple.
Dr. Gordon received his
PhD from the University of
London in 1953 and is cur-
rently professor of Child and
Family Studies at Syracuse
University. He is also the
director of the Institute for
Family Research and
Education and has been inter-
viewed on TV and radio talk
shows such as the Today
Show, the Phil Donahue
Show, Sixty Minutes and will
be heard locally on WPBR on
Jan. 31, 10a.m.
On Sunday evening, Feb. 5
the Men's Club is sponsoring
Area Deaths
King David Center,
Klveralde Guardian
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Ttllle 75. of Lake Worth Menoran
Garden* and Funeral Chapel. Weat
Palm Beach
SCMULMAN
Harry I.. 7. of Wellington C No 213.
Weat Palm Beach Klveralde Guardian
Plan Chapel
SHOHER
Kdward. 81. of Wellington M 314.
Century Village Rlveralde Guardian
Plan Chapel, Wet Palm Beach
SIRIS
Abner Jay, 87, of 44 Cocoanut Row,
Palm Beach Klveralde Guardian Plan
Chapel.
WEISMAN
Benjamin, 83. of Sheffield A 21, Weit
Palm Beach Rlveralde Guardian Plan
Chapel. Weat Palm Beach
an Art Auction conducted by
Art America.
The Art Auction which pre-
views at 6:30 p.m. will feature
lithographs, etchings,
drawings, water colors, oils,
posters, enamels, and sculp-
tures! Among the artists rep-
resented are Agam, Barrett,
Boulanger, Calder, Cole,
Chagall, Delacroix, Dali, Erte,
Hibel, Krajansky, Picasso,
Papart, Rothe, Lalande,
Miro, Nesbitt, Neiman,
Noyer, Simbari, Vasserely and
many others.
The auction will take place
at Temple Beth El, 2815 N.
Flagler Dr. at 7:30 p.m.
Champagne and Hors
d'oeuvres will be served with a
$2.50 donation. Art America
will show a selection of art at
Sabbath Services on Friday
evening and Saturday morning
as well as at the Saturday
evening concert Feb. 4 of the
Miami Chamber Orchestra.
For more information,
please contact the Temple of-
fice. The entire community is
invited.
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
On Friday evening Feb. 3,
Congregation Beth Kodesh,
Boynton Beach will pay
tribute to outgoing President
Irving I. Koch and install its
new officers for 1984.
President, Archie Zacks;
First Vice President, Leo
Grossbard; Second Vice Presi-
dent, Joe Mayerson; Secre-
tary, Sonia Goldsmith;
Treasurer, Ben Katz; Financial
Secretary, Aaron Golden;
Delegates-at-Large: Dr. Harry
Haselkorn, Louis Reiser, and
Isidore Weissman
At the conclusion of the Fri-
day evening services, Isidore
Weissman, a member of the
Board of Directors, will offi-
ciate at the Installation of Of-
ficers.
In honor of the occasion,
ladies of the Sisterhood Beth
Kodesh will prepare a festive
OnegShabbat.
Members, friends and
guests are invited to attend
and honor those who have
worked toward the establish-
ment of the first Jewish House
of Worship in Boynton Beach.
On Feb. 7, noon, the Sister-
hood will hold a Dessert Card
Party at the temple.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
The Sisterhood has an-
nounced its First Annual Sis-
terhood Donor Dance to be
held in the Venetian Ballroom
of The Breakers Hotel, on
Wednesday, Feb. 22,7 p.m.
There will be professional
entertainment, dancing to
music by a Miami band, and
refreshments. For informa-
tion, call Chairperson, Mar-
jorie Lynn.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
During the Family Night
worship service on Friday,
Feb. 3, an original Cantata
written by Rabbi Howard
Shapiro will be featured. The
Cantata, "These Are The
Names," will be presented by
Rabbi Shapiro, Ceceil Tish-
Rabbi Joel Levine [right] of Temple Judea and Reverend Steven
Williams of the First Christian Church of West Palm Beach are
planning a panel presentation for the Temple Judea
Brotherhood meeting, Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. at the Sunrise
Bank, Military Trail and Gun Club Road. Temple Judea s
permanent site is located next to the First Christian Church.
This program, in honor of Brotherhood month, is the first of
many which will involve the two neighboring houses of worship.
For more information, call the Temple office.
man, principal and members
of the Fourth Grade Class of
thi "eligious School.
Over the past months, the
fourth uraders, taught by Ruth
Kirshner and Nira Sinai, have
been learning about their He-
brew names.
Linking the past with the
present, the children, and the
congregation, in consecrating
the meaning of these Hebrew
names, will reaffirm their ta:ih
in the heritage of their Jewish
past and the promise of its to-
morrow.
The public is invited to
attend.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Joel Levine will speak
on Barbra Streisand's film,
"Yentl" at Temple Judea
Sabbath Services, Friday, Feb.
3 at 8 p.m. at St. Catherine's
Cultural Center, the corner of
Southern Blvd. and Flagler
Drive. Cantor Rita Shore will
chant the music.
Rabbi Levine will discuss
the problems faced by Jewish
women living in turn of the
century Eastern Europe, spe-
cifically the problems faced by-
women who desired to break
out of traditional molds. He
will share with the congrega-
tion, the points made by the
film about the Jewish scholar,
specifically the qualities of the
Jewish scholar most attractive
to women. Rabbi Levine's
sermon is not a review of
"Yentl." Rather, it is an
analysis of the issues raised by
the film.
The community is invited to
services and the junior oneg
for children and adult oneg
shabbat which are part of the
evening. For more informa-
tion, call the office.
To Our Friends and Neighbors
or Indian Spring
You are oordlolr/ invited to the
FIRST ANNUAL DINNER DANCE
In support of the
1964 Jewish Federation
of Pdm Deoch Caunty/UJA Campaign
THE PCMNOANA C1UB
70 Royal Palndana Plaza, Palm Beam
SUNDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY TWELFTH
Dinner half past six
Joseph Rlcordel Orchestra
GUEST SPEAKER
BARBARA GORDON
NortonoJ Goad Member. United Jewish Appeal
MWrrwrrv to mt iaw^h Fodwcflon of
Mm team CaunyAi* Campaign
R.S.V.P. Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
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