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The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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4 v. : ill. ;
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Vol. 8, no. 41 (Dec. 24, 1982)-v. 11, no. 26 (Aug. 30, 1985).
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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VOLUME 10NUMBER 8
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1964
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By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) French officials believe that Russia's new
leader, Konstantin Chernenko, will exert a restraining influence
on Syria and urge President Hafez Assad to avoid any
possibility of a confrontation with either Israel or the United
States.
MANY FRENCH OFFICIALS know Chernenko per-
sonally. He last visited France in the spring of 1982 when he met
with Premier Pierre Mauroy and also welcomed several French
delegations in Moscow.
The French analysts say Chernenko represents, both
because of his age and his political past as a protege of the late
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, the most "cautious" fragment
of the Soviet leadership.
They say that, at least for the foreseeable immediate future,
Chernenko will most probably want to concentrate on internal
economic matters and avoid a climate of crisis in international
affairs, especially in the Middle East.
HE IS REPUTED to have very little experience in foreign
matters and to have shown practically no personal interest in the
Middle East.
Chernenko is known as a conventional Marxist and as such
he is expected to show a slight preference for PLO leader Yasir
Arafat who is considered in Moscow as "a revolutionary
leader." Arafat attended Yuri Andropov's funeral and, with
other world leaders, met with Chernenko at the Kremlin.
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New Time Slot Announced
L'Chayim Delights Listeners
By LOUISE ROSS
Assistant News Coordinator
You'll have to get up a little
earlier on Sunday mornings to
catch "L'Chayim" in its new
7:30 a.m. time slot, but it will
be well worth it. Billed as the
"Jewish Listeners Digest," it
will introduce you to inter-
esting people in the Jewish
community, familiarize you
with major issues confronting
contemporary Jewish life and
enable you to share in major
events of Jewish importance.
Producer-host Rabbi Mark
S. Golub deals with the
spectrum of Jewish life in an
exciting, entertaining way. He
attempts to break from the
often staid formality that, in
general, characterizes religious
programming in America.
Produced in New York by
the Jewish Education in
Media, "L'Chayim" is in its
fifth season of Sunday broad-
casts on WPBR 1340 AM. In a
telephone interview with
Rabbi Golub, he said that he
hoped the new time slot will
attract new listeners while, at
the same time, not discourage
the loyal "L'Chayim"
audience. "Palm Beach is the
greatest audience in the
country. I get the largest
volume of letters from your
area and 90 percent of them
are positive."
"L'Chayim's" magazine
and talk show format enables
a variety of subjects and
personalities to be presented
on each broadcast. Asked
Rabbi Mark S. Golub
what he considered to be the
highlights of last year's
programs. Rabbi Golub
unhesitently answered.
"Israel's move into Lebanon.
We attempted to balance the
major distortion of the
national media about Israel's
involvement and behavior by
providing a panel of com-
mentators from every sector of
the Jewish community.
"We did not whitewash the
issue but had bright, articulate
spokesmen who presented the
Israeli perspective." One such
person was Reuven Gal, chief
psychiatrist of the Israeli
Army, who came back from
Lebanon and described the
army's state of mind there.
"We also had Chaim Herzog
before he became President of
Israel. The show aired after
the Sabra and Shatila
massacres and he spoke very
Continued on Page 7
oldberg to Chair
:h County Campaign
[n J. Nickman, general
in of the 1984 Jewish
on of Palm Beach
J-United Jewish Appeal
*". has announced the
icnt of Harvey
Tg to chair the North
Community Develop-
|ommittee for the 1984
B" Sy line was named
Cioldberg to co-chair
|paign.
ian said, "In the few
Irvey has lived in Palm
"niy, he has been a
live member of this
community. His
? leadership, demon-
las co-chairman of the
|n lasi year, will help
the campaign in the
'Ounty a most signi-
^'niponent of the
me."
pr8. a partner in
ol ilie West Palm
'"a-of theCPA firm
tf and l.ubin. lived in
Harvey Goldberg
Miami for 18 years prior to
moving to the Palm Beaches in
1981. He is a past treasurer of
Continued on Page 2
Siskin To Chair
Wellington Campaign
Myron J. Nickman, general
chairman of the 1984 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign, has announced the
appointment of Phillip Siskin
as chairman of the 1984
Wellington campaign. As one
of several new areas in the
community, Wellington has
experienced a tremendous
growth of Jewish population,
in particular, young profes-
sional families, according to
Nickman.
To kick off the effort in the
Wellington area, Siskin an-
nounced that a dinner party
will be held on Sunday, Mar.
II, at the Wellington Club.
The event will start at 6 p.m.
with cocktails, followed by
dinner.
Nickman stated, "By estab-
lishing a campaign at
Wellington, we are recog-
nizing the importance of this
area in enriching the lives of
Phillip Siskin
Jews locally and in Israel. Phil
is a leader in our local commu-
nity and brings with him
personal and organizational
skills which will help establish
Continued on Page 5


Page 2 tk. yewfch t)ri<\inn of Palm Beach County Friday. Febniary 24,1984
Sup The following ier: people Si hav inday e volunteered for Super
Sunday'84'-They' ve Got \ our Number, South Florida.
Sv and Rhoda Cole Co-Chairmen
Robert Barwald Alan LeRo>
Victor Duke Staci Lesser
Larrv Goldberg Martin List
Stella Goldberg ReneeMackler
Marsha Gilbert Bernard Mycorn
Laura Judd Ida Mycorn
Henrv Kaufman Nat Passon
Detra Kav Rhea Passon
Florence kippel Rachel Pomerance
Carole Klein Marcia Shapiro
Dr. Paul Klein Gertrude Shaw
Karen Kosowski Leah Siskin
Marjorie Kremer Herman Tauber
Gail Kroniih Joan Tochner
Keith Krom>h Max Tochner
Bernerd Kurit Paul Tochner
Terri Kurit Sam Wadler
Arnold Lampert Selma Weinberg
Marilvn Lampert Dr. Ernest Weiner
Norman Landerman Ethel Werner
WE'VE COT YOUR NUMBER
SOUTH FLORIDA
SUPER
Training Builds Confidence
Members of the North County Community Development
Committee met recentl> at the Federation office for a training
session with Joel Berkowiti [right], l'JA national chairman for
new gifts solicitor training. Pictured with him are (left to right;
Judge William Arkin; Dr. Ronald Sloop: S> Fine, co-chairman
of the North County Community Development Committee;
Gene Guttman: Dean Rosenbach; Harvey Goldberg, chairman
of the North County Community Development Committee; Dr.
Alan LeRoy; Nathan Kosowski and Milton Kurland.
Goldberg To Chair
North County Campaign
Continued from Page 1
Temple Israel and currently
servo as the congregation's
vice president. Goldberg is a
member of the board of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County serving on the
public relation* committee and
the budget and allocations
committee.
Fine, a state licensed general
contractor, is president of Fine
Builders. Inc. and has lived in
the Palm Beaches for 22 years.
He is a founding member of
: Temple Beth David and
: formerly a member of their
! board. Fine served as
! chairman ol the building
committee for the Merkaz at
_ the Jewish Community Day
school and is a past member
ol the board of the Jewish
" Federation of Palm Beach
* Counts.
The tirst committee meeting
under Goldberg's chairman-
ship wa> held at the home of
S> Fine in Palm Beach
: Garden^. The formation of the
committee was discussed along
with the upcoming calendar
anc program o: event-. A
presentatior v. a made by
mpaign
:he Jewish Federa-
ount>.
<*_
mporta:
Asher Ben Natan. former
Israeli ambassador to Ger-
many and France, also ad-
dressed the group. The ambas-
sador discussed the current
political situation in the
Middle East.
Goldberg announced that
an update and briefing on the
Jewish communitv of the
Palm Beaches for North
County residents will be held
on Mar. 1, 7:30 p.m., at the
home of Sy Fine. "We en-
courage residents in this part
of the county who want to
learn more about the general
Jewish communitv to join
us," stated Fine.
Serving with Goldberg and
Fine on the North Countv
Community Development
Committee are Judge William
Arkin, Michael Brozost, Fred
Cohen, Cyril Freed. Gene
Guttman, Rabbi Howard
Hirsch, Michael Jonas, Jim
Kay, Nathan Kosowsk:
Milton Kurland, Arnold
Lampert. Dr. Alan Lerov
,am 9rhng' Dean Rosenbach
Ken Scherer, Rabbi How arc
Snap.ro Dr. Ronald Sloop
and Nathan lanei.
For
By LOUISE RO^
Assistant News Coordinator
W nether it's training lor an
athletic event or training for
Super Sundav '84, preparation
pays off in increased con-
fidence. Super Sundav '84, the
communitv-wide phonathon
to raise funds for the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
Countv-United J.*,- AoDeal
campaign, will be held on
April I at the Royce Hotel. It
will involve hundreds of
volunteer telephone workers
who will be calling new
contributors to the campaign
as well as those who have no:
made their 19S4 commitment
as vet
Telephone solicitors will be
trained lor 45 minute
their 2 hour phone session to
help them feel more confident
in their important role. The
Super Sundav Training
Committee, under the .->
chairmenship ol Dr. Paul and
Carole Klein who have headed
the committee for the past
three vears. will be responsible
for teaching the proper
methods telephone
solicitation.
"We will use sample
conversations, along with
some do's and don't*, and a
visual presentation to
familiarize each .alter with the
is of the 1984 campaign,"
explained Mrs. Klein.
The Training Committee is
comprised ol seven people
to insure that during the
!o hour sessions, there
will alwavs be someone to
provide additional help if
needed. "We ju-t don': leave
them cold." I): Klein
stressed.
I achyearafew changes,
m the training procedure
based on the previous year's
experience, 'las: >ear we nad
a two-line campaign which
required a more complex
telephone solicitation," staled
Mrs. Klein. "This vear, we
The .5Lask,ng fr 0ne if for
the 1984 campaign."
Super Sundav, April I. will
be f'lled with serious work bv
the volunteers but there is also
a sense of excitement
a job well done. Mrs Klein
reatedoneoftheh,gh.,gh,so
la year s phonathon "One
2e7hb"ain' $12,000 ne
8 That was most unusual
community which enab les
em ,o napir* and ,n
^pSm ass
Paul CK?/'dCn' >01'^ I
Jew sh !" Pres,dcni Ol the
J^ish Communitv Center i!
& s
oeawh Countv anH

Carole Klein
Dr. Paul Klein
I anderman
Toe
Jewish Federation and. as a
campaign associate for the
SI2S-S999 category, sits on
their Campaign Cabinet.
Marsha Gilbert, who will serve
as a trajnei lor the first time.
as on the staff of the Jewish
federation of W'aterbury.
( onnccticut. She was active
*iih Leadership Development
and Holocaust Education
there.
Detra Kav, who has trained
Super Sunday volunteers for
'he past three years, was the
first co-chair of the Jewish
Federation's Council on
Aging Mrs Kay now sits on
the board of the Morse
Geriatric Center and is a vice
president of Women's
Division.
The president of the Jewish
Community Center's Young
hner To
Singles, Norman Ll
is a first time
member of the JCC
and has lived in 1st
year which famihi
with social welfarei
Max Tochner
chairman of the
Committee for tl
Federation and siu<
board. He is a pastj
of the Jewish Com*
School and will be
trainer for the
April I. Joan T
also serve as a I
first time. She
ministrative vice
Women's Division)
president of
Community Da)!*"
For more f*
contact Mark Me
associate, at [ ,
Federation office. M
HOLD THESE DATES
'or
Hunters Run 1984 SpringG(
Saturday evening, March 31
SECOND ANNUAL DINNER DAN#
at the
Hunter* Run Clubhouse, Boynton B**
and
Sunday, April 1
GOLF TOURNAMENT
In Support of the
1984 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach cc*
United Jewish Appeal Campa>0n


^ndayTebruary2M984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
Campaign '84
il Palm Beach
Mayfair House

lajor contributors in Royal Palm Beach attended a Special Gifts
Party given recently on behalf of the 1984 Jewish Federation of
ich County-United Jewish Appeal campaign at the home of Milton
lirman of the Royal Palm Beach campaign. They met to set the pace
)K4 campaign and had the opportunity to hear Dora Roth, a survivor
?locaust and a resident of Israel.
Over 80 residents of the Mayfair House in Palm Beach attended a cocktail
reception given recently on behalf of the 1984 Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish Appeal campaign. They heard Dora Roth, a
child survivor of the Holocust, present an Israeli mother's view of the need to
insure Israel's survival.

Am
,f
>ih [left), guest speaker, is pictured with Milton Gold, chairman of
il Palm Beach campaign, and Sis Gold.
Pictured at the Mayfair House cocktail reception are [standing left to right]
Murray Kern, co-chairman of the Mayfair House campaign; George Howard,
co-chairman of the Mayfair House campaign; Dora Roth, guest speaker;
Leonard Kahn, co-chairmn of the Mayfair House campaign; Pearl Kahn and
Mortimer Weiss, Palm Beach Hi-Rise Division chairman. Seated [left to
right] are Helen Howard, Bea Kern and Anne Weiss.
mon Niv To Speak
astpointe Dinner
ind Lester Sodowick,
Km of the Eastpointe
( ommittee of the
ish federation of
lech County-United
>peal campaign, have
i that Amnon Niv,
inning officer of
. will be the guest
at the Gala Dinner
>n. The event will be
larch 8, 6:30 p.m., at
Hpointe Golf and
Club, Palm Beach
and will be given on
>f the campaign
commitment $500).
ire most fortunate to
Niv speak to the
of Eastpointe,"
fodowick. "He will
ls the background of
'ijor urban areas of
Jf* planned and
1 we can relate those
experiences with
redevelopment
'he chief planning
Jerusalem, is in
the strategy of
|eni and building
'he city. He has
lr> city planning
throughout Israel prior to his
current position.
He developed the plan for
the central area of Tel Aviv
including the major traffic and
circulation areas. His
responsibilities included the
detailed urban design for
regulating and developing the
whole length of the Tel Aviv
shoreline including sea
reclamation for new beach
facilities, pedestrian
promenades, and tourist and
hotel development. He was
responsible for the creation of
the Tel Aviv Marina City.
In addition to developing
many of the commercial and
industrial establishments
throughout Israel, Niv has
served as an advisor to the
countries of Zambia, Burma
and Canada. He has won
numerous prizes
planning activity
taught at the
Graduate School
Mini-Mission
Comes To
B&P Women
for his
and has
Harvard
of Design
Fed it
and at theTechnion.
For more information,!
contact Mark Mendel, staff
associate, at the Federation
office, 832-2120.
Elite Halperin, program
chairperson of the Business
and Professional Women's
Group of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
has announced that Roxanne
Axelrod and Shari Brenner
have been named to co-chair
the next meeting of the career
women's organization. The
dinner program will be held on
Wednesday, March 7, 6 p.m.
at the Joseph L. Morse
Geriatric Center, 4847 Fred
Gladstone Drive, West Palm
Beach.
The program, "A Look at
the Agencies of the Jewish
Federation," will bring
representatives of the four
beneficiary agencies, in ad-
dition to the Jewish Federa-
tion, together at one time to
acquaint the women about
their programs and services.
"Since the majority of our
women work and could not
participate in a Mini-Mission
during the day, we are very
excited about this opportunity
to meet with the directors of
the agencies," stated Ms.
Axelrod.
"Our business and profes-
sional women will be able to
explore the various services
and programs of the Jewish
Community Center, the
Jewish Community Day
School, the Jewish Family and
Children's Service and the
Morse Geriatric Center, as
well as the Jewish Federa-
tion," Ms. Brenner said.
The women will also hear
from the participants who
recently returned from the
First National Business and
Professional Women's
Mission to Israel where they
had an opportunity to meet
with other career women and
exchange experiences. The
women will share their impres-
sions during the evening.
The Business and Profes-
sional Women's Group was
created in order to meet the
growing needs of the vast
number of highly capable and
creative Jewish career women
now living in the Palm
Beaches. An opportunity to
network with one another is
provided at the regular
meetings.
The cost of the dinner and
program is $12 per person. For
more information, contact
Lynne Ehrlich, Women's
Division director, at the
Federation office, 832-2120.


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Friday. February 24. 1984
Glimpse Through His Eyes
Roman Vishniac Photographed Jews Who Are Now
By DAVID NATHAN
London Chronicle Syndicate
Roman Vishniac believed in
the unbelievable before it
happened and photographed
the face of Jewish suffering
before the Jews knew what
suffering lay in store for them.
In his journeys throughout
the '30's, he risked liberty and
even life to photograph the
children of the ghettos of
Eastern Europe; he snatched
pictures through the button
hole of his overcoat of old
men at prayer, of potbellied
arrogant Polish cops and ex-
hausted Jewish porters.
We w ho see ourselves in the
faces of the doomed children
of some distant sietl whose
name we cannot pronounce
are in his debt for telling us
what we already knew, for re-
minding us of those things that
cannot be forgotten.
OTHERS, who feel no kin-
ship with the vanished world
of East European Jewry, have
caught a glimpse through his
eyes of a life vastly different
from the Jewish world they
think they know, the peach
mirrors of Rovers of Golders
Green and Redbridge, or the
tidy gardens of Cheadle and
Child v. all in England.
Vishniac at 87, his splendid-
ly domed head bald and
bristling, his ears, large and
pointed, his belly as round and
as full as an orange, is a
noticeable figure.
Younger, he must have been
able to merge with a crowd,
not only of Jews, but of Ger-
mans, as he once did, dressed
in the broett and boots of a
Nazi storm-trooper, to photo-
graph the 1938 pogrom of
German Jews that has come
down to history as Knstall-
nacht, the night of the broken
glass, the night the threat-
became facts, the night that
led to the ultimatality of the
gas chamber.
Kristallnacht, -aid Vishniac.
with whom 1 talked during his
visit to lecture in London and
Manchester on his photograph
exhibition. "The Vanished
World," av something
unexpected. Usually, 1 a^
warned by the police when
something was going to
happen to the Berlin Jewish
community, for I paid them
200 marks a month. But
Kristallnacht was a special
case.
"MY SON was sent home
from school, and he was
crying hysterically. He told me
that the synagogues were
burning. 1 rushed out to the
street and saw what was going
on. I thought it was my duty to
be with these murderers, to
see, to witness, so that I could
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Volumfcl Number- and the big Jewish population
give the details ip ru
generations.
" -To get the Nazi uniform
was not difficult. Main stores
had uniform- for sale or ro
hire, and it was obvious that il
someone bought a Na/i uni-
form he had the right to wear
it.
So 1 pui on a brown shirt
and worked with these terrible
men. like I had seen the
pogroms in Russia. I saw the
mob in Berlin."
WHEN, a little later, many
of the Berlin Jews were put
into a barracks in the city, the
Jewish community asked
Vishniac to gei inside to
photograph the conditions in
which" they were kept, the
pictures intended for the
American representative at the
l eague ol Nations in Geneva
"It was not difficult to gel
in," said Vishniac. "Or to
take the pictures. I he hard
part was to get out.
"So. I had to jump from the
second floor (what we would
call the first floor) at the back
of the barracks, and I didn't
know whether I was going to
land on earth, concrete or
wood. I jumped anyway, and
after several hours I could
creep away. The pictures got
to Geneva."
HE WAS born in Russia
long enough ago to have
served first in the army of the
Tsar and then in the army ol
Trotsky. His family lived in
Moscow, where they called his
father "The King of the Um-
brellas."
How the family got to
Moscow is a story of Jews ad-
rift on the cross-currents of
social history. "\H e were in
Moscow because of things that
happened in the time ol my
grandfather," he said. "In
!*f>9. the Russian manufac-
turers asked the government to
permit 100 Jews to come it)
M cow to be the middle-meii
between the manufactui
who lived in the Pale Of Settle-
ment Jose toihe border.
"For the Jews there bought
everything from the Germans
because the German salesmen
did not despise the Jews. And
as the Germans brought the
stuff over the hills to the
Jewish villages, there were no
taxes to p.iv
"So permission was given to
bring 100 of what they called
Jews of the better kind' to
Moscow," he explained.
"And when the messenger
from the government came to
Bel/, where my grandfather
lived, and asked, 'Who are the
better lews'", the better Jews,
in Jewish eves, were those who
were I almudic scholars.
"Now. my grandfather was
no good as a salesman, but he
was very famous as a speaker
after the service, and it was
unknown for what purpose the
better' Jew had been chosen
to live in Moscow. So he was
brought to Moscow, to the
ghetto there, and the children
had the right, through
payment of 1,000 roubles a
year, to open businesses in
Moscow."
Ml RKMKMBERS how
every Jewish family in
Moscow had a couch for
illegal immigrants to the city.
The police made regular
searches for them, but 25
roubles a week to the officer in
charge ensured that the
community was notified in
advance.
BRIBKRV WAS a way of
life. He used it to make his
peace with his captors during
Ins pre war photography trips
when the police would call him
.i lewish spv and develop Ins
films tn lind evidence, though
all thh ever tound were pic-
tures ol lews
I he police dark room
technicians erc not interested
>trj and took no care in
developing his photographs.
"So I have had to bleach the
No More
negatives and rcdevd
and it is almost a mm
can make large p^,
Vishniac.
"Jne quality h,]
good, otherwise
not accept them.
understood that SO*
and so I tried to maU
sitions.
"You can only
fluential through
common photograph
you see in m
something withoutn\
would be no good.
show not only the fact,!
soul, to show thepeop
shletl and ho* they
not by v iolence or fa
by religious belief.
belief that all Jfl
brothers, kol yisrotlc
"If a man died, tbcj
and the children were a
even if there was
room in a baseroa
understand it better
their lives.
"We all become old
these people remain u,
their pictures. I ma
remember all the nan
remember the circus
... the little girl oni
her face expressed
resistance to sufferi
three boys in the ck
even the Street of Isuci
today has a differenti
"MY FRIENDS.pup
lowers have been to the!
where 1 took my picture
they have taken thai
photographs of ho i
today. I cried when I|
them. There werenoJc
and everything lookd|
sad."
HIS NEXT booli|
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but more text "inn
stories." he said, "i
people ol the ihtetl."
He is an old man, i
time he slowed down1
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up; who knO tomorrow will bring?'
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In as a viable force
Jhe overall Jewish
ty."
has served on the
' board of the Jewish
|ity Day School for
tight years in various
He has been vice
treasurer and the
of the personnel,
land building com-
|He presently sits on
rd of trustees.
is also active in
Beth El, currently
ks financial secretary
fmple. He has been a
Bident of the Men's
|two years.
cepting the appoint-
Ikin said, "1 am very
to be given the
: of developing a Fed-
Iresence and campaign
Wellington area. There
iny Jewish families
Into the area who have
a desire to become
with the organized
immunity."
Siskin, an active
lity leader, will co-
le dinner committee
|th her husband, Phil,
ently sits on the board
Jewish Federation
as public relations
Mrs. Siskin is
In of the Women's
i Long Range Planning
Itee and was the co-
if their first Jewish
Ws Assembly.
kg with the Siskins on
Ser committee are Erie
Ibcrt Abrams, Barbara
pries Greenberg, Sonni
krcnce Greenberg, Gail
nh Kronish, Elinor and
|a--kc>. Judy and David
lei and Vicki and
Ichwuti/.
pinion residents inter-
making a reservation
I dinner or who would
further information,
Ja> Epstein, associate
fcn director, at the
ederation office, 832-
f\ Radio /TV Highlights M
MOSAIC Sunday, Feb. 26, 9 a.m. WPTV
Channel 5 with host Barbara Gordon Interview with
Theodore Mann, immediate past president of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry, and Shirlee Blonder,
chairman of the Soviet Jewry Task Force of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, at the Community Plea
for Soviet Jewry.
L'CHAYIM Sunday, Feb. 26, 7:30 a.m. WPBR
I340-AM with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The Jewish
Listener's Digest, a radio magazine. NOTE NEW TIME
SLOT.
JEWISH MUSIC AND CULTURE HOUR Sunday,
Feb. 26, 10 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
Simon Silverman.
SHALOM Sunday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m. WPEC
Channel 12 (8:30 a.m. ON TV Channel 51) with host
Richard Peritz.
PARSON TO PARSON Sunday, Feb. 26, 8:15 a.m.
WEAT 850 Rabbi Samuel M. Silver of Temple Sinai,
Delray Beach, will moderate an interdenominational panel
discussion.
INTERDENOMINATIONAL Sunday, Feb. 26,
10:06 a.m. WDBF 1420 AM Rabbi Samuel M. Silver
of Temple Sinai, Delray Beach, interviews Dr. David
Nieman, the only rabbi in the U.S. who is a full-time
faculty member of a Roman Catholic institution of higher
learning.
* Sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Community Calendar
February 24
American Friends of Hebrew University at Flagler
Museum 6 p.m. Temple Beth El Cultural Festival
February 26
Jewish Federation Young Adult Division Trip To Bass
Museum 11:30 A.M. Jewish Federation Education
Committee Spring In-Service Teacher Workshop 10 A.M.
At Temple Israel B'nai B'rith No. 2939 luncheon-dance
at Royce Hotel noon Golden Lakes Temple Sisterhood -
10 a.m. Congregation Aitz Chaim 10 a.m.
February 27
Jewish Federation Royal Palm Beach Golf Tournament -
All Day Jewish Federation Women's Division Mini-
Mission 8:45 A.M. Women's American ORT Palm
Beach 1 p.m. Women's American ORT Mid Palm 1
p.m. Jewish Community Day School executive com-
mittee 7:30 p.m. Women's American ORT Poinciana -
noon Temple B'nai Jacob Sisterhood 12:30 p.m.
February 28
National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach -
cultural series at YWCA 1-3 p.m. Women's Amencna
ORT Boynton Beach board 1 p.m. Hadassah Lee
Vassill 12:30 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group Century
Village 10 a.m. Temple Beth David Sisterhood 8 p.m.
Women's American ORT Golden Lakes 1 p.m. Jewish
Federation Women's Divison Business and Professional
Steering Committee 7:30 p.m.
February 29 ,
United Jewish Appeal National Women s Division $4,500
event Jewish Federation Campaign Cabinet Meeting 7
p.m. Jewish Federation Board Of Directors Meeting -8
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Readers Write
Junior Assembly Continues Discrimination
EDITOR,
The Jewish Floridian:
After a lengthy investigation
the Palm Beach County Office
of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith finds
that the Junior Assembly,
despite its denials, is carrying
on a policy of social
discrimination as alleged by
the members of the Concerned
Parents Group.*The policy of
inviting some individuals and
not others on the basis of
ethnic, religious, or racial
grounds is contra to the beliefs
and ideals of the American
people. The most serious
aspect of the actions of the
Junior Assembly is the harm
they are causing the invited
and uninvited children. The
uninvited children are subject
to the affects of discrimination
against them while the invited
children are being taught
bigotry and discrimination by
example. Children do under-
stand why certain classmates
have been invited and others
are not.
Three institutions have had
the opportunity to halt these
undemocratic practices. The
Junior Assembly itself could
have altered its discrimination
policy when requested to do so
by the Concerned Parents.
The Board of Trustees of the
Palm Beach Day School could
have taken action when
requested by the Concerned
Parents to ensure that all
children enrolled at Palm
Beach Day School would be
invited to the dance classes.
The school trustees refused to
take any action. The Henry
Morrison Flagler Museum had
been requested by the Con-
cerned Parents to refuse to
make their facilities available
to the Junior Assembly but
claimed no obligation to take
such action.
The Palm Beach County
office of the ADL therefore
notes with regret the
discrimination practiced by
the Junior Assembly, and the
lack of action by the Palm
Beach Day School and the
Flaeler Museum.
MICHAEL C. BURROWS
Chairman, Palm Beach
County
Board of Directors
LOUISE SHURE
Regional Director
Palm Beach County
SHIP
1st International
Conference Of
Children Of Holocaust
Survivors Slated
The International Network
of Children of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors, which is
attempting to link Second
Generation groups and in-
dividual children of Holocaust
survivors, will hold its First
International Conference in
New York City on May 27-29.
Three days of meetings,
plenary sessions and work-
shops will be devoted to 'he
deepening of knowledge of the
Holocaust, to a greater under-
standing of its impact on the
contemporary world and to
establishing contacts among
children of survivors and local
Second Generation groups.
The concept of an interna-
tional network originated in
Jerusalem in 1981 when
children of survivors from 25
countries met together for the
first time at the World
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Biologists At Technion Find That
Mild Exercise Can Cause Damage
While the tests showed
exercise to have a positive
effect on the muscles of young
animals, it caused consi-
derable damage to those past
middle age. Results for middle
aged muscles and enzymes
were mixed, depending on the
individual.
Prof. David Gershon, head
of the research team and dean
of the Technion Department
of biology, emphasized that
although the experiments were
carried out on laboratory
mice, and not humans, the
results are significant in
relations to human beings.
"Our findings question the
prevailing dogma that exercise
is good under any conditions,
at any time, especially
strenuous exercise," said
Gershon.
In the Technion experiment,
young mice (six months old)
the human age equivalent
of 20-30 years and old ones
rjn 30 minute
period of five
Dr. David Gershon
(27 months) the equivalent of
70 to 80 human years as
well as a middle group of mice
with an age equivalent to 50-60
human years, were subjected
to controlled physical training
in a specially designed tread-
mill thai caused all ihe mice to
keep moving ai the same speed
in order to maintain then
balance, 1 hej
a da\. foi a
weeks.
During the experiments, the
researchers measured certain
parameters, such as body
weight and h.nd leg muscle
weights. "These are indica-
tions of adaptation to the
exercise," explained Dr
Abraham Resnick of the Dcpt.
of Biology. "We see an inter-
esting phenomenon in mild
training. Body weight did not
change much, indicating that
our training was mild and did
not 'squeeze' the fats out ol
these animals. Bui the muscles
of the young animals went up
in weight almost 30 percent. In
the old animals, muscle weight
was reduced by 25 percent
over the same period." in the
'middle-aged' group, results
were mixed.
The team aKo investigated
enzymes, proteins that
catalyze biochemical reactions
in the cell, rwo lypes ol en-
zymes were looked at: in the
named muscles, those thai
I of activity or reduce
Ihem, BS result of training.
1 he results were similar to
those on iIk- muscles: in the
young animals, the enzymes'
activity levels were up some 30
,0 40 percent over the pre-
training level. In the inter-
mediate group he effect
again wu mixed. In the old.
enzyme activity levels were
down.
Our laboratory conditions
roughly equivalent to light
logging, were not strenuous,"
said Resnick. "The fact that
body weigh, hasil
Proves this. we JJ
training slowk jj
gradually, so as' J
down the an J
certain age in |l[f
threshold beyond
body cannot suPPon1
- will break
system faster."
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Jewish
Gathering of
Holocaust Survivors.
According to Don Lefton,
chairman of the National
Jewish Community Relations
Advisory Council's Interna-
tional Commission, interest in
a network has been building in
the United States and
elsewhere ever since the World
Gathering. "In the last lew
years," stated Lefton,
"Second Generation groups
have sprung up in many cities
throughout the U.S. providing
some ol the new sources ol
energetic leadership to both
( R( 's and Federations, in-
cluding, ot course, being in the
forefront ot local Yom
Hashoah commemoration and
Holocaust education
projects."
For more information,
contact Rabbi Alan Sherman,
director of the Community
Relations Council of the
Jewish Fedeeration of Palm
Beach County, at the feder-
ation office, 8.12-2120.
production system; and others
thai help provide protection
against damages caused bv
oxygen,
"When we exercise, we use
a lot ol oxygen. Ihe by-
products ol this oxygen are
very damaging to the tissues
and the cells, in the body,
there are enymes thai protect
againsi this damage," ex-
plained Dr. Resnick. "We
checked how the enzymes
work in relation lo ace and
exercise, w e wanted to see it
physical exercise would affeci
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Highlights of major
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of timely events.
Blude events in the
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It the world and
concerning Jewish
A short segment is
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hch County hap-
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Jolub related for the
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with a young
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I Israel. We trace his
ftinning with how he
decision, what life in
m has been like and
Kg with him preparing
he Israeli Army.
fill also be treating the
his social issue facing
sh community today
|Get (Jewish divorce
Orthodox Rabbi J.
|eich, head of Yeshiva
\ Cardozo Law
will be one of the
participants in that
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Golub founded
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decided to combine
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Rabbi Golub served
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most articulate indi-
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Organizations
in the News
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
A trip to the Bass Museum in Miami Beach to see "The
Precious Legacy" has been scheduled for March
followed by lunch at the Omni.
Ann Lynn Lipton, Jewish education director of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, will speak on
cults at the March 19 meeting. It will start at 12:30 p.m. at
the American Savings Bank.
AMIT WOMEN
On Feb. 28, 9:30 a.m. Rishona Chapter is planning a
trip to the Bass Museum in Miami Beach to see "The
Precious Legacy" and to Aventura Mall for lunch. For
further information, call Estelle Goldman.
The regular meeting will be held on March 14, 1 p.m. at
American Savings Bank Westgate, C.V. Nathan Olefson,
magician, will entertain. The drawing of the annual raffles
will be at that meeting.
B'NAIB'RITH
Haifa Lodge's regular meeting will be held on Sundav,
Feb. 26, 9:30 a.m. at the Royal Palm Clubhouse, 22nd
Avenue and North Federal Highway.
The guest speaker will be Dr. Louis Klionsky, a
chiropractor, who will speak on stress and how it affects
the structure of the body.
B'NAIB'RITH WOMEN
Olam Chapter will present their own Handicraft and Art
show at the next meeting March 1, 12 noon. Members are
encouraged to bring their own handicrafts for display.
Contact Gloria Arfa, program chairman, for details and
information on your exhibit.
BBYO
The organization is actively seeking alumni to help
celebrate AZA's 60th anniversary this May. Call the
BBYO office to register as an alumnus.
HADASSAH
The Lee VassH Group, Lake Worth Chapter will meet
Tuesday, Feb. 28, 12:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, 315
"A" Street, Lake Worth.
Dessert and tea or coffee will be served followed bv a
book rev*, of Paul Co.en's "Orphan In History" ,ivn
by Dr. Anna Harris.
2&rt MO*. Bell-ill r-m a Punrn Program.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN OUT
>. kii (.Blur, Chapler '" > '" Saturday
^L^K-Jzr^** ******
Theatre Dinner. Call Rose W_eisberg.
On Monday, Feb 27, the Lake worth West Chapterwill
hold their monthl) meeting at 12:30 p.rn at the Sunr.se
Bank, corner Cain Club Road and Military Tra^ A Book
Review will be jiven b\ Helen Nussbaum of ORT North
Palm Beach Region. \ mim-lunch will be scrvei .
i Ik- next regular meeting ol Mid-Palm Chapter w.ll be
held o eb r. ai Temple Beth Sholom. The guest
fp^Jker will be Father John Mangren, who is active in
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firing Night Gala Planned
ty Palm Beach Festival
lie
k
Beach Festival
that the Gala
Iht Benefit, the
if its 1984 per-
)rograms, will be
larch 19. Mrs.
)n, Mr. and Mrs.
id Mrs. Dorothy
|ve underwritten
see.
ts-Ballet Cham-
Dance will take
the Breakers'
iroom.
evening will
the traditional pas
lat to present the
ballet "Don
Starring Karen
[Frank Augustyn
Ire corps de ballet
Itional Ballet of
production will
lull symphony or-
diKted by George
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JCC News
SUMMER M
The Jewish Communitv Center's Summer '84 Program-
will introduce many new features for different age groups.
Sports Camp now will be called Computer Sports Camp
for those entering Grades 5 through S. T on in the
Center- Summer Programs will hase the rare opportu
of enioving 9 hours per week of an indi\iduaiized "n
on'* learning experience with their own computer The
Sports aspect of the camp will emphasize sportsman
basketball, baseball, racquetball. volleyball.
tennis, gymnastics, field and track. Special activities plu-
an overnight each session are also included.
This -ear the Sabra Program designed for children
enterina'3rd throuth 6th grades will have the opportunity
to choose a different specialized activity every two weeks
The choices are:
A. Performing Arts featuring acting, improvisation,
mime, puppetry, dance, stage makeup and technique.
B. Folk Arts such as macrame, basket weaving, bank.
tie dye. weaving, clay sculpture and woodwork.
C. Watersports an opportunity to receive instruction
in Basic Rescue and water safety, snorkeling and Sunfish
sailing.
D. Computers. A specially designed "Hands On" mini
session where each camper will have use of his-her own
computer for learning and fun.
Send todav for the special Summer Programs Brochure.
Call 689-7700.
WOMEN TO "GATHER TOGETHER"
Sundav, March 4, women will "Gather Together" at
Temple Israel, 1901 South Flagler Dr.. West Palm Beach
from 3:30 to 8 p.m. to spend time relaxing and learning,
and enjoying the company and expertise of women.
There will be an opportunity to select two workshops
from seven different and varied topics. Some of the
choices are "Female Sexuality," "Chinese Cooking,"
"Handwriting Analysis," and "Massage Experience."
In addition, for one's viewing pleasure, there will be a
display of work of women artisans.
A light buffet with wine is planned for the evening meal.
The evening will end with a special presentation of live
entertainment.
Children can be left at the Jewish Communitv Center
under the care of a qualified person. The fee for this
special service is S5 for the first child and S2 for any ad-
ditional children.
The fee for the Women's Day-Evening Gathering is $17
for JCC members and S20 for non-members.
Early registration is urged since space is limited. Call
689-7700 for the special brochure for this "Gathering."
Random Thoughts
Passover
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The observance of rrodinon 'he rnog-
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What has happened to.he
h.pp.es of yesteryear N<
loSg ago il
visible and certainly aud bre
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. much a
pan ol the ; '"
. almost every JcjuJ
their
'i or
.Iturc. 1
all aroun.
we
we:.
I well remember the long.
asy, unkempt hair which
wa- rned *',|J
or plumes Bi
ponv tail- io be seen
everywhere. Clothes
unisex and the uniform of the
dav seemed to be torn blue
jean- and faded tee shirts
emblazoned with timely
messages. M the clothes had
revealing holes, so much the
better. When climate per-
mitted, shoes were a no-no.
These vvere our flower
children, the missionaries of
peace who were anti-war. anti-
establishment and anti-
parents. All thev wanted, so
thev said, was to be left alone
and not be perverted b> the
customs and rules of society.
And to insure their personal
freedom, thev took over
universities, waged sit-ins, and
engaged in noisy demonstra-
tions. Anvone over thirtv did
not belong, did not un-
derstand, and did not count.
The drug culture nourished
and !anta-v religi
abounded. Who among us did
not know a young person who
had dropped out and turned
on. Il was devastating aiu we
c:c all sure that the younger
generation wa- going to hell in
a basket.
And so it went. One dav our
long-haired hippies Acre |
Of the social picture and the
next thev were nowhere to be
seen So where are thev now '
Where did thev go and what
has become ol them? I don't
know for sure, bui I think 1
can make a lew calculated
guesses
The kids m the dirty blue
jeans have probably graduated
into today's fashion designers
- vvhat else V ,- -.cars ol
running around barefoot
rearing crudd) pants and
sleazj tops, I suppose thev
decided n was time foi .,
change Knowing the) .sere
getting older and that i
sioe- not hve on love alone, i
think thev ma) have
on to the easj moncj ol a
fashion world Wh else
*0"l< blefoi ome
Ol the weird eing
markeied nowadays!
Where do >ou suppose the
druggies and cult worshippers
have gone1 It's purely a guess
but I think thev have dctoured
into health foods, vege-
tarianism, and parapsychol-
>g) Ihev are possibly the last
n. the erstwhile
dropouts, and all that is left of
he hmPie bunch. Thev maybe
older but
completely f0Mnd
back to the fold.
In short, yest^
child has becomtt
citizen. It's quin j,
jn all these yea
learned a lot. | J
own son comin| J
years ago on sp,
from college in
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Mrs. Robert Half. Gladys and Irving Kaufman. Miriti
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[ADL Replys
Charges Of
lating Shabbat
Friday, February 24,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
ig is a reply
Perlmutter,
director, to a
Rabbi Joel
mi of the Palm
m Board of
jesting ADL's
tn Shabbat.
izin
k-El
buy Road
R, 33480
"ha/m:
tived your letter
regarding the
lDL's National
imittee meeting
Kern over the
film on Friday
fruary 10 is well
wo do conduct
services for our
fhe Breakers, and
overwhelming
lose who will be
screening are
hhe hotel, our
schedule this
luld have taken
[the Shabbat and
kserve it. Such an
k be scheduled in
Offers
iraph
IBcach Section of
Council of
ien is offering a
lion lithograph,
\ artist Harvey
lor its annual
project. One
|i\! and numbered
ill sell lor SI50
Is original drawing
].i nun kel on the
|ide of Manhattan
market lie knew
In Brooklyn. The
lall\ appeared in a
lion Melt/er en-
|niher the Days: A
r> of the Jewish
and was sub-
enhanced for
Jpinnerstein is a
(Jewish New York
pose paintings and
*'<-' in numerous
Iprivate collections
[the Metropolitan
ff Art (Lehmann
and the Whitney
American Art. He
ras awarded the
loss Award by
America for his
Contribution io
rt.
(Kieff, chairman of
stated, "We hope
will avail them-
Ihis work of art.
limited edition, we
them to take ad-
fhis offer as soon as
>graph can be seen
e of Mrs. Kieff,
"ii display at the
C JW meetings.
On the matter of our agenda
for Saturday, February 11, I
must respectfully disagree with
the questions you've raised.
All of our participants in those
sessions are already in the
hotel and are not required to
write or ride. Furthermore,
only discussions and educa-
tional presentations occur
during the course of the day
there is no fundraising con-
ducted. In fact, all of the
agenda deals with vital matters
that affect Jewish life.
We appreciate your feelings
about Shabbat programming
and want you to know that we
will alert our staff members to
be more mindful of these
considerations in planning
other meetings in Palm Beach
and elsewhere.
With every good wish,
Sincerely,
NATHAN PERLMUTTER
National Director
Organizations
Continued from Page 8
community affairs and interfaith activities.
On March 16 ORT Sabbath will take place at Temple
Judea. The chapter will see the March 17 Saturday matinee
of Burt Reynolds Dinner Theater. Tickets are $25 per
person.
The Palm Beach Chapter will hold its regular monthly
meeting on Feb. 23, 8 p.m. at the Royce Hotel
A dual program is planned. A film "Nothing But the
Best" depicting the ORT schools in South America will be
shown. Mrs. Odet Conrad, a French interpreter for the
Palm Beach Courts, will speak on the ORT schoools in
France.
The West Palm Chapter will hold their board meeting on
Tuesday, March 13.
PIONEER WOMEN-NA'AMAT
Theodore Heril Club will hold their regular meeting on
March 8, 1 p.m., at the Lake Worth Shuffleboard Courts,
1121 Lucerne Ave. The Entertainment will be a "Purim
Shpiel."
ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
On Wednesday, Feb. 29, 9 a.m., the
Chapter District will hold a breakfast and
the Administration Building (upstairs).
Leinwand, director of the S.E. Region of
will be the installing officer. A musical
presented by soprano, Mildred Rubenstein
by her husband on the clarinet. Breakfast tic
Boca Century
installation in
Dr. Michael
Florida ZOA,
recital will be
, accompanied
kets are $2.50.
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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is available
in our designated areas for
persons sixty years of age and
over who do not drive and
cannot use public transport-
ation. We take people to treat-
ment centers, doctor's offices,
to hospitals, nursing homes to
visit spouses, to social service
agencies and nutrition centers.
There is no fee for this service
but participants are encour-
aged to contribute their fair
share. There is a great demand
for this service, so please make
your reservations in advance.
For information and-or reser-
vations, call 689-7703.
Monday through Friday.
HOT KOSHER LUNCH
CONNECTION
Are you sixty years of age or
over and looking for a
congenial congregate setting in
which to have a delicious,
nutritions, hot kosher lunch?
Then the place to be is the
Jewish Community Center in
North Palm Beach Counts or
Congregation Anshei Emuna
in South Palm Beach Countv,
from Monday to Friday! In
addition to a variety of hot
kosher meals, the JCC offers
an educational or recreational
program each day. Reserva-
tions must be made in ad-
IX SUPERVISION
vance. For information and-or
reservations call: Carol or
Lillian at 689-7700 (*. Palm
Beach) or 495-0806 (Delray
Beach). Persons who are
homebound and need kosher
hot meals delivered may also
call for information at 689-
7700 or 495-0806.
JCC-CSSC HONORS
SAM Rl BIN
On Thursday, March I. the
Jewish Communitv C enter will
pav tribute to Sam Rubin, who
has been President of the
Second Tuesday Council since
its inception. Sam has been a
most dedicated and loyal
volunteer and has been in-
volved in developing and
leading all types of recrea
tional programs, trips, and
fundraising activities. A
special program is planned.
with the Merry, Merry
Minstrals. Bill Berlinger,
leader, will entertain us and
refreshments will be served.
Everyone is invited to honor
Sam for his outstanding
service to the Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
INCOME TAX
ASSISTANCE
Roz Ram again offers her
assistance to persons
preparing their income tax
GlATTKOSMFR
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Mashgiach and Synagogue on Premises
sncui riAM.r am mart hat rates.
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SPECIAL
Thursday, March 1 8:00 p.m.
Ariel Sharon
Stanley Rosenblatt
See Miarru Attorney Stanley Rosenblatts exclusive in
tervww with former Defense Minister. Ariel Sharon at
his home m srael. Sharon describes in graphic terms how
American blunders lad to the deaths of our MarTnes in
K^J3frS Why the media treatmenTof the
C^SS ** e-BW-ta a b,ood Ubel "*
v* um*jon
forms, rhose interested in
mSng an appointment to se
Ms Kan., please ...ll Rhonda
at 689 7700
>ote: Adult education
classes arc in session now
manJ still have room foi more
participants, tall Rhonda a)
689-7700 for more in-
formation.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING
Paul Oblas, licensed
defensive driving instructor,
will again present a class
tailored to the needs and
problems of the retired
population of the Palm
Beaches. This class is provided
b) AARP and is a six hour
seminar divided into two day
sessions. Persons insured b>
Colonial Penn will be granted
a 10 percent discount on their
automobile insurance, rhose
insured bv other companies
should contact them to see il
tiie discount is applicable. I he
next seminar will be civ en on
March 12, and March W
(Mondays), from 1:30 p.m. to
4 JO p.m. on each day. You
must attend boih sessions to
complete the course Pre
registration is required pin- a
$7 instructional fee (check is
made out to \\KPi Please
send registration fee to: fhe
Jewish Communitj Center,
2415 Okeechobee Blvd., West
Palm Beach 33409, Ann:
Rhonda For more inlorma-
Jerrys Girls'
Has All Star Cast
Carol Chanmng, Leslie
Uggams and Andrea McArdle
headlining an all star cast in-
cluding a special guest appear-
ance bv its Tony Award
winning composer-lyricist,
Jerry Herman, will open in
"Jerry's Girls," a new Broad-
was musical entertainment
scheduled to launch a national
tour in a gala world premiere
Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 8:30
p.m. at the Royal Poinciana
Playhouse in Palm Beach.
Reduced-price preview per-
formances will be Saturday,
I eb, 25 ai 8 p.m. and Sunday,
I eb 26 a! 7 p.m.
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Friday, February 24,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 16
logue News
iple Judea Honors Jerry Skalka
Idea will honor
the first treas-
mgregation, at a
Ion at the Royce
|y, March 4 at
an Honorary
cr, Skalka served
of the congre-
|the first steering
tid in the spring
fil the spring of
le the first major
[Temple building
ccording to Rabbi
[gift was comple-
and unsolicited
le of the highest
laka.
riving in the Palm
ilka was the in-
Ivisor for Loeb
45 years, having
inner and retiring
ksident. He taught
lysis at the New
Be of Finance for
security analysis
tensions at Palm
College.
Skalka is the
lie Pension Board
Tn of South Palm
the Financial
ic American Lung
of Southeast
information, call
office. Members
mnity are invited
JRKGATION
El SHOLOM
irhood will hold its
ting on Monday,
ml a.m., and its
tting on Tuesday,
p.m. Rose Dunitz
"Writing of the
and Brandies
|l prov ide the enter-
JRKGATION
\H KODESH
lerhood will hold
their meeting on March 6, 12
noon, at Congregation Beth
Kodesh, Boynton Beach. A
Purim Program is planned.
Hamantashen will be served.
On March 19-22 Sisterhood
is sponsoring four days and
three nights at the Regency
Spa, 101st and Collins Ave.
(Across frm Bal Harbour
shops) $135 per person. There
are still a few vacancies. Con-
tact Esther Masarik.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
On Monday, April 16, the
Sisterhood will hold its an-
nual, strictly Kosher,.Passover
Seder. It will be held in the
Social Hall of St. Edward's
Church, 159 North County
Road in Palm Beach.
For reservations, at $50 per
person, send a check to
Temple Emanu-EI, 190 North
County Road, Palm Beach,
FL 33480.
The Seder is open to the
public on a first come, first
serve basis.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
To commemorate Jewish
Music Month, the worship
sevice scheduled for Friday,
Feb. 24, will be a Sabbath
Evening Service in Song. For
this musical service, Omega, a
string quartet, featuring
Norman Bauer and Bess
Simon, violins; Mischa
Slatkin, cello and Leonard
Dilling, viola will play.
Warren Canfield, director
of music and temple organist
will accompany Susan Weiss,
the Temple Cantorial Soloist
along with the Temple Choir
of Ann Mclntosh, Charles
Basselman, Hugh Albee and
Bonnie Sue Browne in the
special liturgical music
selected for this service.
TEMPLE JUDEA
The annual Youth Group
Creative Service is scheduled
Area Deaths
TMROPP
Abraham B.. 89. tn i.vvui neinsiein century Village. Weil Palm Beach.
irlty Plan Chapel, Weit Riverlde Memorial Chapel, Wet Palm
Beach.
[n Chllllngworth Drive,
each Levitt Welnsteln
for Friday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m.
at St. Catherine's Cultural
Center, the corner of Southern
Blvd. and Flagler Drive. Rabbi
Joel Levine and Cantor Rita
Shore will officiate at this
special service conducted and
written by members of the
congregation's Senior Youth
Group.
Sam Goodstein is chairper-
son of the Youth Service.
Senior Youth Group presi-
dent, Daniel Vogel, will
deliver a report to the congre-
gation in which he will share
personal experiences at
programs made possible by the
National Federation of
Temple Youth and Kutz
Camp, the national leadership
camp in Warwick, N.Y.
Participating in the service
are Kim Baker, Ellie Berger,
Sarah Chane, Jill Cohn, Jill
Fickiesen, Leah Hughes, Steve
Jacoby, Randy Leipzig,
Marjie Mitteldorf, Bret
Nelson, Peggy Rapaport,
Michelle Ruiz, and Eric
Samuels.
Families are especially in-
vited to attend. The special
junior oneg shabbat for chil-
dren will be held during part
of the service. For more infor-
mation, call the office or
Sherry Mitteldorf, Youth
Director.
RandomThoughts
Continued from Page 10
blonde hair was shoulder
length, his clothes were ratty,
and he had a large, revealing
hole in the seat of his pants.
He was a typical product of his
environment and time. Today,
said son is married, gainfully
employed and a home owner
in Atlanta. He is a respected
member of the establishment,
dressed impeccably and revels
in all the creature comforts.
There is no doubt in my
mind that parents must not
and cannot lose faith. No
matter how far out our kids
go, the pendulum swings and
personal values change. Take
heart, all you doubting mamas
and papas, there is still plenty
of hope for the world!
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el. West Palm Beach
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Katon. Riverside
Chapel. West Palm
J Salisbury A-20, Century
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Chapel, West Palm
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in Plan Chapel. Wast
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each Levltt-Welnstaln
urlty Plan Chapel. West
of 761 Patrick Drive,
ach Riverside Guardian
l*st Palm Beach.
r Palm Beach
ens and Funeral Chapel.
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The Adult Education Com-
mittee of Temple Emanu-EI
will present a Memorial Lec-
ture on Wednesday, March 7,
at 8 p.m., honoring the
memories of Temple members
who have passedy during the
year 1983. The featured
speaker will be Wolf Blitzer,
Washington Bureau Chief of
the Jerusalem Post, Israel's
English language newspaper.
His topic will be "Update on
the Middle East." Mr. Blitzer
has been covering the
Washington foreign policy
scene since the 1973 Yom
Kippur War. The public is
invited to attend this event.
There will be no admission
charge, but voluntary contri-
butions will be accepted at the
door.
Avraham Harman
To Be Honored
NEW YORK Hebrew
University Chancellor
Avraham Harman will be the
guest of honor at a national
tribute dinner at the Flagler
Museum in Palm Beach, Fla.,
on Wednesday, Feb. 29.
The dinner, sponsored by
the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, will
culminate a nationwide fund-
raising campaign to endow the
Avraham Harman Science
Library at the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Baltimore businessman and
community leader Joseph
Meyerhoff will chair the
tribute to Chancellor Harman,
Israel's former Ambassador to
the United States and the
former president of the
Hebrew University.
"I am delighted to be taking
part in this national tribute to
one of Israel's most distin-
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of the Avraham Harman
Science Library Committee.
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832-2120
Sons
Temple Sinai
Of Palm Beach County
Delray Beach
. Membi- U A H C iRetormi
Invites you to attend our
Sabbath Eve Services
Held Each Friday Evening, 8:15 p.m.. at
Cason United Methodist Church
Corner of Swinton Ave. and N.E. 4th St. (Lake Ida Rd.)
Rabbi Samuel Silver, officiating
For Membership Information Call:
Ned Chodash Samuel Rothstein Sid Bernstein
2722827 President 732 5807
Registration for Religious School
Professional Staff
Special KULANU Young Family Group
For INFORMATION CALL
MariA.i'on 73/3599 Bevrriv Kam.n 967 4444
Temple INFORMATION CALL 276-6161
P.O. BOX 1901 DELRAY BEACH, FLA.
New Temple Building Early 1984 Occupancy
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