The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Physical Description:
4 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian
Preceded by:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)


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VOLUME 10NUMBER 9
PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, MARCH 2 1964
PRICE 35 CENTS
Our Failure to Recognize
Jerusalem An Affront
ious
to
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
U.S. Ambassador Samuel
Lewis said here that he regards
Jerusalem as the capital of
Israel and knows it is an
"affront" to Israel to have the
U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv
rather than in Jerusalem. It
should have been moved there
in the 1950s, Lewis said.
The U.S. envoy made his
remarks to 70 American
Jewish leaders representing the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations at a dinner at
the Jerusalem Hilton last
week. He explained that over
the years it had become dif-
ficult for the U.S. to transfer
its embassy to Jerusalem
because of the belief that the
Ambassador Lewis
move would harm the U.S.
ability to make peace in the
Middle East.
The situation could be re-
solved eventually only through
a peace agreement that in-
cluded a section on Jerusalem,
Lewis said. The Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
is scheduled to hold a hearing
next week on a resolution by
Sen. Daniel Moynihan (D.
NY) asking that the embassy
be moved to Jerusalem.
The U.S. has up to now
refused to recognize Israeli
sovereignty in Jerusalem
which it regards as an issue
subject to negotiation. This
has caused embarrassment on
many occasions when ranking
American officials have
refused to meet with Israel
government officials who have
their offices in East Jerusalem.
No American official has
visited East Jerusalem in other
than a private capacity.
Lewis denied charges made
to the visiting Americans by
Deputy Premier David Levy
that the U.S. failed to con-
sult with Israel on its
moves in Lebanon. "We don't
always do it so well," he said
referring to consultations.
"We have done it well or
better with Israel than with
any of our other friends," he
added.
Responding to a question,
Lewis said the U.S. plans to
Continued on Page 4
Gemayel Does ItHe Backs Off Accord
BEIRUT President Amin
Gamayel has done it. Last
Friday, he bowed to Syrian
pressure and scrapped the pact
with Israel signed last May. He
also presented a new eight-
point peace proposal.
Said Gemayel on television:
"We are expecting, through

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part men t
ael's Practices
ied Territories
AVID FRIEDMAN
(JTA) The State Department, in its
an rights practices around the world,
I Israel's main human rights problem is
he West Bank and Gaza Strip and the
fee by the policy of establishing Jewish
s that Israel is governed democratically
fcot," Elliott Abrams, Assistant Secretary
tights and Humanitarian Affairs, said at a
King the State Department's eighth annual
tuman rights practices. The 1,485-page
nditions in 163 countries during 1983 was
ftte Foreign Relations Committee and the
Committee.
leports, the 1983 edition lauds Israel as a
|mentary democracy. "Israeli society is
eness and by its wide-ranging and lively
les of popular concern," the report said.
_ security functions are under the control
no must answer to the Knesset concerning
incl for whom they are responsible and
re subject to the scrutiny of a free press."
this condition exists even through Israel
^ar with all of its Arab neighbors, except
and has to be constantly alert against
Ids, "The most significant human rights
1983) derived from the strained relations
priorities and the Arab inhabitants of the
These problems were exacerbated as a
ivernment's continued implementation of
ining, expanding, and developing Jewish
as."
this plan, a new era with the
Syrians. We are ready. We
hope that we could reach best
relations with our brothers,
the Syrians. Everyone here
would like to reach this new
era."
GEMAYEL SAID on
television that he was at the
time not fully aware of the
reaction to his decision either
in Israel or Syria, but "if I
have to choose between the
(Israeli-Lebanese troop with-
drawal) agreement and
national unity, for sure I
prefer, I choose, national
unity."
Syria had been leading the
vigorous Arab opposition to
ihe May, 1983 accord. In an
attempt to save his tottering
government, Gemayel has
worked out an eight-point
peace proposal:
Implementation of the
"Security Plan," which calls
for separation of Lebanon's
warring factions. It was first
proposed last December
before Druze and Shiite
militias drove the Lebanese
army from West Beirut.
Cancellation of the ac-
cord with Israel of May 17,
1983, which called for
simultaneous withdrawal of
both Syrian and Israeli troops
from Lebanon.
A plan for security ar-
rangements in southern
Lebanon. Foreign Minister
Elie Salem declares that
"Lebanon accepts that Israel
would not withdraw from
Lebanon until there are
security guarantees for its
northern border.
An agreement calling for
internal Lebanese reforms that
would be discussed at an all-
parties conference in Geneva.
Agreement with Syria to
withdraw Syrian forces, which
occupy about 60 percent of
Lebanon today and which
have been supporting the
Druze and Shiite militias
against the Gemayel govern-
ment.
A declaration on simulta-
neous withdrawal of both
Continued on Page 4
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strecm were the recipients of the sculpture
"Israel Shall Live", a special presentation made at the Indian
Spring Dinner Dance given on behalf of the 1984 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign. Harold Streem is chairman of the campaign at Indian
Spring. See photo display pages 2 and 3.


Page 2 The Jewish Flondian of Palm Beach County Friday. March 2. 1984--------
Harold Streem. Indian >pnn| Campaign Chairman
aad Millk-ent solomon. Dinner Dance Chairman.
Barbara Gordon. guest speaker.
sealed lefl lo right: Mr. aad Mrs. Abe
and Mrs. Charles Seidea, Mr. Rokert
standing left to right: Mr. aad Mrv |
cow>k>. Mr. aad Mr*. Marra> Li
Morion Mann. Mrv Robert Schwartz.
Indian Spring Dinner Dan
Seated left to right: Mr. aad Mrv Sesmour
Finkefcsoa. Mr. and Mn. Leoaard kniizer. Mr. and
Mn. Dexter Howard, standing left to right: Dr. and
Mn. Jonas Dats. Mr. aad Mrv sf*
and Mrs. Ira Hosed.
vmour stein. Mr.
seated lefl to right: Mr. and Mrv Bernard Mann.
Dr. and Mrv Ham Farb. Dr. and Mrs. Loab soreff.
standing lefl (o right: Mr. and Mrv William Miller.
Mr. and Mrv Lester kaufman. Mr. and Mrs
Herberi sepner. Mr. and Mrv Jack Neidorff.
V
seated left to right: Mr. aad Mrv Msron
Mrs. Jacob Farmaa. Mrs. Albert Mers n
left lo right: Mr. aad Mrs. Doagtas Kleiaer.Mm
Mr>. Jack Friedlaad. Mr. aad Mn. Ralph M
seated left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Breiler.
Mr. and Mrs. Hindle> Mendelsohn. Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Penn. Standing left to right: Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Fabricant. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard sjlbert. Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Lev
seated left to righl: Mrs. sa||>
Mrs. EH Malkin. Mr. and Mrs
standing lefl to right: Mr. and
Iheimer. Mrs. Sylvfci Lewis. Mr. and Mrv r liBurde
Mr. and Mrs. sanford Moore.
Hurii/. Mr. and
Leon Rosenblatt.
Mrs. Isidore \* i
s*. r
seated left to righl: Dr. aad Mrs. AbrahaaB*
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lills. Mr. aad Mn
Rosenthal. Standiag left lo righl: Mr. aad Mrii
Herman. Mr. aad Mrs. Bernard Dokloa. Mr.
Mrs. Harrs Babush.
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Seated left lo right: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Posnick. Jf*led '''' ,0 n*h,: Mr Mrs. Harold sireea
Mr. aad Mrs. Harry Hill. Mr. aad Mrs. Erwin Jr Md M Stephen Gordon Standing left to riibr
Masea. Standiag left to right: Mr. aad Mrs. Morris nL. rs A?'B Sa,ei- Mr Mrs. Daid
solomon. Mr. aad Mrs. Ira Rothbaum. Mr. aad Ulck'0D- Dr d Mrs. Sa*ia Cohen.
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Mrs. Moaroe Gutaer.
Sealed left to right: Mr. aad Mn. Jo**1
Judge aad Mn. Daaiel Becker. Mr. and Mrv
kohleriter. Staadiag left to right: Mr. *
Martia karpel. Mr. aad Mrs. Cecil SchwtrB
r
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Seated left to right: Mr. aad Mn. Harold Blum Mr
aad Mrs lr>iag Schapper. Mr. and Mn Abe
Daaskv siaadiag lefl lo right: Dr. aad Mrs. Das id
Kara. Mr. aad Mrs Irsiac srh.u Mr ..a u.
Danskv ^.UI.B ngni. ut. anc sin. Dasid
Kara, Mr. aad Mn. Iniag Schau. Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Berk.
*>* Sim., sta.^'e ;"";:; ,ns 3s
Leoa Brofsks. Mr. and Mn J,i ,nd Mri
Mrs. Adrian Com.as Lf,min- Mr, aad
>>,
Jack*"*
sealed lefl to right: Mr. aad Mn.
and Mrs. Herman r elsaer. Siaadiag kfl
nd Mn. (a Ira en Gabs. Mr. aa< .M*J
Schwameaberg. Mr. aad M. Fred kaf"


Friday, March 2,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
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left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Frank,
Mrs. William Savitl. Standing left to right:
Id Mrs. F.manuel Brandts, Mr. and Mrs.
Kurzman. Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Goldfine.
Seated left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Zalmon
Wallack. Standing left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Lief, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cohen.
Sealed left to right: Mr. Leonard Rudnick, Mr. and
Mrs. George Swart/. Standing left to right: Mrs.
Leonard Rudnick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fienberg,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Levinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Warshaver.
rli to right: Mr. and Mrs. Blair Ruben, Mr.
H> Shugar. Standing left to right: Mr. and
rnun Schimelman, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Coh.n. standing Itft tn right: Mr. .nd MrS. Melvi. JJr .id M mZ. [l?.rt. *ff** K.** 7 l
>. Mr. .* M Uttb SC.C,. ?.ikK^";.r,dMM,"p"nCAddm.d "" "*"
SlderSunoj^
fouth Involvement
Vital
Barry Berg
Harvey Goldberg
Phillip Siskin
LOUSE ROSS
t News Coordinator
mil) involvement is
lerstone of Super
i People of all ages,
icd affiliations and
parts of the county
k together on Super
[April I, ai the Royce
raise funds for the
ish federation of
ach County-United
eal campaign.
j third consecutive
h will play a vital role
V Super Sunday a
according to Larry
and Karen
. chairmen of the
[pmmittee for Super
M. "Besides being
lb|e to the smooth
of Super Sunday,
"winmem of time,
id dollars gives them
Jewish involvement.
"ngsters like these,
future Jewish
Per Sunday, members
w >outh groups as
inalhliated youth will
M throughout the
P are responsible for
f cards and seeing
F* that need recalling
*cled to telephone
. a. 'ater shift. The
rn lnyolved in tele-
nurnber research,
fP balloons and tying
| lh chairs of thoac
Berg, Goldberg and Siskin To Lead
Men's B&P Mission To Israel
Larry Goldberg
Karen Kosowski
callers who have indicated that
they received a $100 or more
pledge.
"We will be recruiting 60-80-
Coatiaued oa Page 8-
Myron J. Nick man, general
chairman of the 1984 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal
campaign, has announced that
Barry Berg, Harvey Goldberg
and Phillip Siskin will be
leading a group of business
and professional men from the
Palm Beach Jewish commu-
nity on a seven-day mission to
Israel, May 13-20.
Nickman stated, "These
three active leaders from our
Jewish community have ac-
cepted the responsibility of
taking other professionals to
Israel on a superb fact finding
mission to help them better
understand the people, the
problems and the challenges
facing the State of Israel. This
mission will attract a wide
range of Jewish business
professionals and will serve as
a foundation for the establish-
ment of a Business and
Professional Division within
our annual campaign."
Barry Berg, a CPA, is a
partner in charge of the tax
department of the West Palm
Beach office of Ernst and
Whinney. Since moving to this
area in 1980, he has become
involved both in the general
and Jewish communities. He is
a member of the board of
directors of the United Way
and of the Palm Beach County
Chamber of Commerce. Berg
sits on the boards of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County and the Jewish
Community Center and is co-
chairman of the Lands of the
President campaign.
Harvey Goldberg is also a
CPA and a partner in charge
of the West Palm Beach office
of Eisner and Lubin. He was
active in his former commu-
nity of Miami prior to moving
to this area in 1981. Goldberg
is past treasurer of Temple
Israel and currently serves as
the congregation's vice
president. He is a member of
the board of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County serving on the public
relations and budget and
allocations committee and as
chairman of the North County
campaign.
Phillip Siskin, who came to
Palm Beach County in 1971, is
president of Lischer Laundry,
Inc. He is a member of the
Campaign Cabinet of the
Jewish Federation and serves
as chairman of the newly
formed Wellington campaign.
Siskin has served on the
executive board of the Jewish
Community Day School for
the past eight years and
presently sits on their board of
trustees. Siskin is also active in
Temple Beth El, serving as
financial secretary.
Business and professional
men in the Jewish community
making a minimum commit-
ment of $2000 to the 1984
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal campaign may par-
ticipate in this mission which
the Federation will partially
subsidize.
The co-chairmen have
announced that a meeting of
all men interested in parti-
cipating in the mission has
been scheduled for Sunday,
March 4, 10:30 a.m., at the
home of Barry Berg, 2809
Embassy Drive, West Palm
Beach. "The meeting will give
people an opportunity to learn
about our mission program
and review the seven-day
itinerary," stated the co-
chairmen.
For further information,
contact Jay Epstein, associate
campaign director, at the
Federation office, 832-2120,
or anyone of the mission co-
leaders.


Piff4 TbeJginshFV>ridi*BofPteB>ciiCouno Friday. March 2. 19b4------ ^^^
Israel's Anger With I Falashas Coming To la
Gemavel Seems
Entirely Justified
Israel s an^er at the Sema era-
inent 5 scrapping d< --"- Israel Lebanoe
accord arorked MB M carefulh kast May .
ia both ;us::rlrti and .r.:;:>:i::-
It rr:ucr.: ar :rs:ar: retabeton r_.
operation last Sur.ca> when Israeli
Biplanes pourcec :r.ree Lebanese _^c-
in attacks upon goerriBa strongholds -:
;:' these a::a:?-> -err aca.rs: lar^:
Beirut Trr ::-e: *i a^r?: :-
southern. Lebanese :;*-. ::' Dantou:
- ice the fatal ..-.ancr _~. the balance Dt
powat m Lerar:n and -.a: appear? ::
the BDminoM ft*fr**** of the 5ema;
regiBM :: has beta ;.ra:::.-: Palestine
agai ring back into Lebanon to ad
>n n that hapksj a divided
: ; anc:en: e:: :es an-.;r.i: S .-.:.:* and 5
Muslims ne nanc ana Marooite
Christ-an > m the Dtker
All ofUuBCmlwvhaa :~er. cnav
pcuncec _-. its ::::.r~- :; the a.a- ::e -:
Syrian act:-.::;, azaj:-: Semaveltc get
baa :: arrrcaic tua accord '' Israei In
this f.vepre aged s:.-_gga :he PLC pla s
ie : le or suth bad a bad Sj ria !
Prasadeal Aaaed sen: careening :.: of
rr.pol: ana rolling toward a second PL
exiie it. aknost as mar;- rears the 5rs
r.r. Jii w: Israe. > liestfUCUDC :: ;-r
PLO's forces r. 3e_-_: a: t.-.e r.a-
war.
AH of these ocnp.exities apart 1st
situation that turns a ;_.- -s^r.rc :: ..:.; a
Arab r.at.cn mapped as a
aspired Airfare bi a sec:r: ^rai sa: -
With the stark image ic I stm :
the absoiuteh anbebe> ibW era
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THE EASTPOINTE COMMITTEE
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GALA DINNER CELEBRATION
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'984 Jewish Federation of Palm SetchC**
United Jewish Appeal Campaign
"^urscay eenincj. Marcti 8.19M
Cocktails: 6:30 P.M.
Dinner 7:30 P.M.
Eastpante Gotf A Racouet Ojo
Guest Speaker
AMNONNIV
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w>-'o a-^ Pefie Potasn, Co-Cna"r
COklMfTTEE
Jerome and Rutft Daidine
Mert>art and Sntrhty Dennett
Sidney and Sytvta EHts
S^ey and Baa Fnst**
Samuel and Mildred Gordon
Artnur and Ethel Grame
Leon and Snelee La-s
Harold and Date Nade*
A a~: = r:esNe-J*
w -:->e*i and jw* **~'
A an and Bart>ara Sa^> -
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Syon^y and Lo Snermanrt
Edward and Eiizaftem Stem


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Radio/TV Highlights M
)SAIC Sunday, Mar. 4, 9 a.m. WPTV
jl 5 with host Barbara Gordon Interview with
Goldberg, executive vice president of the
in Association of Homes for the Aging, at the
[L. Morse Geriatric Center.
IcHAYIM Sunday, Mar. 4, 7:30 a.m. WPBR
[m with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The Jewish
[r's Digest, a radio magazine. (NOTE NEW TIME
llSH MUSIC AND CULTURE HOUR Sunday,
I 10 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
Bilverman.
1L0M Sunday, Mar. 4, 10 a.m. WPEC
|cl 12 (8:30 a.m. ON TV Channel 51) with host
Id Peritz.
isON TO PARSON Sunday, Mar. 4, 8:15 a.m.
AT 850 Rabbi Samuel M. Silver of Temple
)elray Beach, will moderate an interdenominational
liscussion.
iRDENOMlNATIONAL Sunday, Mar. 4, 10:06
WDBF 1420 AM Rabbi Samuel M. Silver of
Sinai, Delray Beach, interviews Dr. David
[n, the only rabbi in the U.S. who is a full-time
member of a Roman Catholic institution of higher
B
jonsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
immunity Calendar
Federation
Ig7:30 p.m.
Young Leadership Development
Lakes Temple Sisterhood board 10 a.m.
tn's American ORT Poinciana art auction at
fnger I p.m. Israel Bonds Dinner at Breakers *
Community Center Annual Woman's Night Out -
>.m. Jewish War Veterans No. 408 9:30 a.m.
War Veterans No. 501
cis University Women Boynton Beach board 1
Women's American ORT Mid Palm 1 p.m.
Community Day School board 7:30 p.m.
bn's American ORT Rishona board 9:30 a.m.
legation Anshei Sholom Men's Club board
^sah Tikvah board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women -
- donor luncheon at Royce Hotel 12 noon
legation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30
J B'nai B'rith No. 3016 board 3 p.m. B'nai B'rith
tn Ohav donor luncheon at Royce Hotel 12 noon
Irish Federation Nominating Committee 7:30 p.m.
Ic 1 manu-El Sisterhood board Jewish Federation
fcrship Development Washington Conference Briefing
|p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary No. 408 -
10:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Sholom donor
fcon at Royce Hotel 12 noon
16
Be Beth L:l board 8 p.m. Temple Israel
ferhood 7:30 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group -
|r\ Village 10 a.m. Pioneer Women Ezrat board
Mi. Women's League for Israel I p.m. B'nai
Women Chai 7:30 p.m. Women's American
- West Palm Beach board 12:30 p.m. Pioneer
p-Cypress Lakes- board- 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No.
board 3 p.m. Women's Ameican ORT Golden
[ board 10a.m.
i7
lh Federation Community Relations Council Noon*
In Federation Women's Division Business and
ssional Meeting 6 p.m. Labor Zionist Alliance 1
] Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 12:30 p.m.
B'rith No. 3115 board 8 p.m. National Council
^ish Women Palm Beach board 10 a.m. Jewish
>unity Center executive board 8 p.m. Hadassah -
[Worth board 10 a.m. Yiddish Culture Group -
ia\en City of Hope luncheon at Breakers Pioneer
en Ezrat luncheon I p.m. Temple Israel
iood board 7 p.m.
hi
|h Federation Kastpointe Racquet and Golf Clnb Gala
r Celebration 6:30 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom -
9:30 a.m. American Jewish Congress board
cr Women Na'Amat (CouncU) 10 a.m. Women's
can ort HaverhiU board 12 noon B'nai B'rith
n Ohav board 9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3196
' p.m. Hadassah Yovel board 9:30 a.m.
pah Sholom board 1 p.m. Bar-llan University
fakers-5-7 p.m.
REGISTERED REAL ESTATEBRoSr
geHoniM.LoU.ApartmitfIncom Property
Acre*
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Jewish Federation Invites
Community To View Precious Legacy
The Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County is spon-
soring a trip to view The
Precious Legacy on Sunday,
March 18. The exhibit, which
includes Judaic treasures from
the Czechoslovak State
Collections, is on display at
the Bass Museum, Miami
Beach.
The Precious Legacy came
to the United States after 15
years of negotiations between
the Czech State and American
officials. The exhibit consists
of over 350 artifacts selected
from the State Jewish Museum
in Prague, which houses over
145,000 objects from Jewish
life from the 10th to the 20th
centuries.
The massive collection in
the Museum in Prague is the
result of Nazi confiscation of
artifacts from 153 commu-
nities in Eastern Europe where
the Nazis intended to found a
"research" and propaganda
"institute" at the museum
that would justify to the world
the final solution to the Jewish
question.
The Jewish Federation trip
is open to the community. The
bus leaves the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, 2415 Okeechobee
Boulevard, West Palm Beach,
at 11:30 a.m. and returns at 5
p.m. The cost is $15 per
person and includes a Kosher
box lunch, transportation and
the exhibit. Reservations must
be made by March 12 by
calling the Jewish Federation
office, 832-2120. Tickets are
limited and will be distributed
on a first come first serve
basis.
Holocaust Survivors To Install Officers
The newly elected officers
and board of directors of the
Holocaust Survivors of the
Palm Beaches will be installed
at the recently formed group's
Purim Party to be held on
Mar. 12, 11:30 a.m., at the
Ramada Inn, Palm Beach
Lakes Blvd. Rabbi Alan
Sherman, director of the
Community Relations Council
of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, will be
the installing officer.
The officers who will be
installed are Ed Lefkowitz,
president; Mathilda Feit,
treasurer; Martha Grunbaum,
recording secretary and Esther
Groman, corresponding
secretary. Members of the
board of directors are Isidore
Aaron, Abe Birnbaum,
Gershon Feit, Dave Fishbein,
Alice Jacobs, Stanley
Krakowsky, Abe Lefkowitz,
Sol Sherman and Nathan
Thorek.
Holocaust Survivors of the
Palm Beaches has as its
purpose to lend moral support
to each other, to provide
documentation of their expe-
rience for future generations
and to speak to schools and
other local organizations
about their firsthand
knowledge.
Lefkowitz announced that
the next regular meeting will
be held on Mar. 6, 7 p.m., at
the American Savings Bank,
Okeechobee Blvd. at the West
Gate of Century Village.
Frieda Shefter, chairman of
the Holocaust Commemora-
tion Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County which offered initial
support in the formation of
the survivors club, will be the
guest speaker. "In addition,
we will have entertainment
and refreshments and en-
courage all our members to
bring a friend," stated
Lefkowitz.
For more information
contact Ed Lefkowitz, 1131
Surf Road, Riviera Beach.
THE WELLINGTON COMMITTEE
cordially invites you ro attend a
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Sunday, March 11. 1964
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AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS
On March 21, the "Char luncheon will be held at
Bernard's.
A Lido Spa trip is planned for March 29 to April I Call
Esther.
B'NAIBRITH WOMEN
Masada Chapter will hold their regular meet ins on
March 13, at 7:45 p.m., at the American Savings Bank
outside of West Gate of Century Village.
Two Days of Sightseeing plus one Day Cruise to no
where is planned for March 23 to 25. Highlights include
tape Kennedy, Musicana Dinner Show (< 0C0 Beach), a
cruise and Cypress Gardens. Reservations are limited.
The 40th Birthday luncheon for Childrens Home in
Israel will be held at the JDM Country Club. Holly Drive,
on Friday, April 6 at 11:30 a.m. There will be Card Pans
alter lunch. Donation is S12. For reservations call Frances
Chodosh.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Palm Beach Chapter Paid-up Membership I uncheon
Meeting will be held at Anshei Sholom, March 14. 12
noon.
Seminole Games meets at West Gate March 6, 4:30 p.m.
Call Shirley.
HADASSAH
A regular monthly meeting ol the \\ esl Bovnlon Beach
Chapterwill be held on March 5, 12:30 p.m.. at the Rov.il
Palm Clubhouse. NE 22nd Ave., jusi west ot I .S. ].
The Lee Vassil Group of Lake Worth Chapter will hold
their Donor Luncheon at the Breakers Hotel on March 14
Hadassah Sabbath will be celebrated at Icmple Beth
Sholom on March 16.
The Board of Lake Worth Chapter will meet on
Wednesday, March 7, lOa.m., in the Sunrise Savings
Loan on Gun Club Road.
Final preparations will be made for the Chapter Donoi
Luncheon to be held on Wednesday, March 14 at the
Breakers. Delegates to the Region Conference will report.
The Nominating Committee will present the Slate for the
ensuing year.
On March 16, Hadassah Sabbath will be celebrated ai
Temple Beth Sholom in Lake Worth.
The next general membership meeting of Golda Meir-
Boynton Beach Chapter will be held on Thursday, March
15, 12 noon, at Temple Beth Sholom.
The program for this meeting will highlight HIES
Hadassah Israel Education Services. Two teenagers fi
Jewish Federation will tell about their experiences in Israel.
On Wednesday, March 21, the annual Donor I uncheon
will take place at the Royce Hotel. West Palm Beach, and
on Wednesday, March 28, the Royal Palm Theatre in Boca
will be the location for a luncheon and show. For tickets,
contact Lee Goldstein.
Shalom West Palm Beach will hold a board meeting on
Thursday, March 8, 1 p.m., at American Savings and a
regular meeting on Wednesday, March 21, 12:30 p.m.. at
Anshei Sholom. The speaker will be Ann Hopfan, Youth
Activities chairman of Florida Central Region. Drawing
will also be held for Treasure Chest prizes.
On March 16, Hadassah Shabbat services will take place
at Anshei Sholom.
Contact Lil Schack or Fran Nudelman for reservations
for a four days and three nights complete Lido Spa
package scheduled for March 29-April 1.
The Tikvah Chapter will hold a Myrtle Wreath
celebration on March 25 at Temple Israel, 1 p.m., to honor
all lite members and associates. On March 28 the Donor
Luncheon at PGA Sheraton will feature speaker 1 isl
Schick, president of Florida Central Region of Hadassah.
Members of the Yovel Chapter and their friends, on
March 7 at The Royal Palm Dinner Theatre, will enjoy a
luncheon and the presentation of "A Little Night Music "
The cost of $30 per person is all inclusive for luncheon
k.M- lr.ansPrta_ion and gratuities. For details, phone
Bess Minsky. Dorchester H-183.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Ark Shacham former deputy to the chief of the
Artillery Corps of the Israel Defense Forces, has been
named shaliach (emissary) of the Jewish National Fund for
the southeastern region of the United States. He will be
based in JNF's Fort Lauderdale office.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
Okeechobee Section will hold their general membershin
meeting on Thursday. March 15. 12:30 pma. ft?
Continued on Page 10
South End Mini-Mission
Women from South Palm Beach participated in a Mini-Mission
recent!) lo learn about the proems and services of the four
beneficiar) agenciei of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
( ount). shown prior lo hoarding the bus are |fronl row. left to
ri.-hil Doris hat/. Susie Annes, Shirk) l.eibow, chairman of
the Mini-Mission, Shirley Rosenhloom. Edna Mittleman. Rose
Grossman, Hhel Price. Sally Schramm, I eddy Davis and Cele
Draft. Back row [left lo rijjhll are Audrey llalperin. Rita Tin,
Anita Stein, Minna Hill and Harriet Miller. Standing on the bus
steps are Bea Bloch and \ileen Baum.
shown wnh sheila Fngelsiein (center], president of the
Women I Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
m*VSi art" ShirU> *'*""* ''^'i- l"n"irm"" of ,h* Sou,h Knd
Mini-Mission, and Carol Greenbaum | right |. campaign
associate lor Women's Division. I he bus tour stopped at (he
Jewish ( (immunity ( enter, the Jewish Communilv I)a\ School,
the Jewish Family and Children's Service and the Morse
Geriatric (enter.
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Friday, March 2 1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 7
snagers To Support Super Sunday On Mitzvah Day
it an appropriate name
[zvah Day. It designates
25 when Jewish teen-
^rom all over the county
loin together to raise
for the 1984 Jewish
jtion of Palm Beach
[y-United Jewish Appeal
lign as part of the Super
,,, community-wide
[ording to Terri Lubin,
>r to the Jewish Commu-
'outh Council (JCYC)
which is organizing this effort,
youth will perform "mitz-
vahs" or odd jobs for those in
the community who have
requested assistance. The
money earned by the youth
will be donated to the cam-
paign in support of Super
Sunday held on April 1 at the
Royce Hotel. "We urge people
to call the Jewish Community
Center to indicate what jobs
they would like our youth to
do for them on Mitzvah Day.
Child Protection
Topic Of JCDS Talk
next in the series of
ing of Discussions"
(ored by the PTO of the
Community Day
will be held Thursday,
. 8, 8 p.m. at theMerkaz
[ng of the school, 5801
Ave., West Palm
topic, "Child Protec-
and Safety in our
unity", will be address-
y Jo Ann Currier, a
entativc of "Child
crs", an organization
r to the "Adam Walsh
ly." Ms. Currier has
led in the search and
of abducted children.
Is "Evening of Discus-
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Community Day School.
"The JCYC originated
Mitzvah Day last year to help
in the actual raising of money
since teenagers are not allowed
to serve as telephone solicitors
on Super Sunday although
they perform many other
important functions." ex-
plained Ms. Lubin. "Thirty
young adults raised over $600
in a genuine display of caring
about their community."
The JCYC, under the
auspices of the Jewish
Community Center, is com-
prised of representatives from
area Jewish youth groups.
Karen Kosowski, a member of
the JCYC, is in charge of
organizing the Mitzvah Day
effort. "We have already
begun recruiting youth
through recommendations
from our representatives and
will soon be entering the
second phase of calling people
individually. We hope to raise
more money this year and with
the help of more teenagers
performing more odd jobs, we
will top last year's sum
donated to Super Sunday."
The teenagers will meet at
the Jewish Community Center
on the morning of March 25,
have breakfast and divide into
groups which will leave in cars
for specific areas. After they
have completed their assign-
ments, they will meet back at
the Center for dinner. "Last
year we washed cars, dishes
and first floor windows, dust-
ed and performed any job that
didn't involve danger," stated
Ms. Kosowski. "We ask for
whatever people can afford to
donate. They were most happy
with what we did and said they
would call us again. We're
counting on them and others
like them to make Mitzvah
Day a success once more.
"This gives us a chance to
have fun, get together with
teenagers from all over the
area, while, at the same time,
help our community."
For more information and
to sign up to help work or have
a job performed on Mitzvah
Day, call Terri Lubin at the
Jewish Community Center,
689-7700.
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beadi County / Friday
JCC News
The Jewish Community Center's Family Camping Week-
end Jan. 20-22 was enjoyed hy many families in spite of
the cold and rain. Standing from left to right are Barbara
Wunsch, Mitchell Wunsch, Jessica Mitchell, Rebecca
Krebs, Stephanie Abrams, Leslie Krebs, Lauren Abrams,
Michelle Brooks, Rebecca Klein. Hiding in the back are
Nancy Abrams and Diane Mitchell and far right Sherri
Brooks. All are gathered around the youngest participant
Dana Ochstein.
FOR FUN, GAMES AND CHARITY
Saturday, March 24, at 7 p.m., the fun will begin at the
Sheraton Hotel, Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., West Palm
Beach. Las Vegas and Monte Carlo will combine forces
and the games will begin.
A donation of $7.50 will entitle one to S50 worth of play
money plus coffee and danish. One will be able to play and
play and play. A cash bar will be available for one's
pleasure.
After the games are over there will be an auction. The
winners will be able to trade their play money by bidding
on real merchandise and services.
The evening is for enjoyment and the benefit of the
many programs of the Jewish Community Center. For
additional information please call 689-7700.
PURIM, A MERRY TIME
Sunday, March 18, families are invited to the Jewish
Community Center, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm
Beach to bring their picnic dinner. Together all will enjoy a
"PurimShpiel."
There will be workshops on Mask and Grogger Making.
For the children there will be special entertainment.
Costumes will be the order of the evening. A beverage and
Humantashen will be served.
The fee for the evening is $2.50 per adult and $1.50 per
child. Advance registration is requested. Space is limited.
Sign up today.
For further information please call 689-7700.
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Youth
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voung adults, man> of whom
keep coming back year after
S In fact. hey have sujh a
good time and arc so involved
fn what hc> are domg g
many of them stay after their
shift is up." stated Goldberg.
The Youth Committee li
also responsible lor overseeing
Mitzvah Day "^ dinated by Terr. Lttbin oT *
Jewish Community Center
(see separate article. P. ) I"
sSer Sunday Poster Contest
fs judged by this comm.t.ee a;
well as a representative from
,he Super Sunday Committee
and a professional advertising
person' -Our committee ha;
been busy bringing flyers
about the contest to religious
schools and explaining what
the whole concept is about,
stated Karen. "We arc looking
for a good response irorn the
youth of our community to
help us publicize Super
Sunday."
Larry Goldberg, who co-
chaired the Super Sunday 8.
Youth Committee, is a
member of the B'nai B nth
Youth Advisor) Committee.
He was chairman ot Temple
Beth El's Israel Bond Com-
mittee in 1981. Karen
Kosowski, a senior at North
Shore High School and a
student at Midrasha, is im-
mediate past president of
Temple Beth David's United
Synagogue Youth group. She
is' a member ol B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization and
South Eastern Federation ot
Temple Youth.
In addition to the co-
chairmen, five other members
comprise the Youth Com-
mittee. Stella Goldberg CO-
chaired the 198: Super Sundas
Youth Committee with her
husband. Lam. She is youth
vice president lor Chai
Chapter of B'nai B'rith and is
a member of Temple Beth El
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Friday, March 2,1984 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 9
Super Sunday
jwing people have volunteered for Super
'They've Got Your Number, South Florida."
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Jewlah Federation
Joaeph Roth
Jewlah War Veteran*
Anne and Mel vln Seagull
Pioneer Women
Marcla Shapiro
Jewlah Federation
LeahSlakln
Jewlah Federation
Herman J. Tauber
B'nal B'rlth
Joan and Max Tochner
Jewlah Federation
SamWadler
Temple Beth El
Dr. Emeat and Ethel Welner
Jewlah Federation
Member* of the Jewlah Community
Youth Council who will be participating
In Super Sunday:
Karen Koeowakl
Mldraaha
Rachel Pomerance
Mldraaha
Judy Tenser
Mldraaha
Paul Tochner
Mldraaha
Roneet Welngarten
Mldraaha
(.oldie aad Harold Bernstein
were recently announced as
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the Poinclana Room, Chal-
lenger Country Club. Mrs.
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the Florida Central Region of
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member of Temple Beth
Sholom and the Lake Worth
Jewish Center, teaches calli-
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American Savings Bank, Westgate. A program is planned.
JEWISH CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
South Florida
The organizaton will meet on Sunday, March 4. 12
noon, at the Florida Gardens Civic Association. 134 Ohm
Road, Lake Worth (1-8 m.le east of Turnpike on Lake
Worth Road). The guest speaker at this meeting will be L>r.
Kenneth L. Lippsitt board certified ophthalmologist, who
Jill show slides and talk on eye care and preventamc eye
care. A question and answer period will follow.
The chapter is sponsoring a Kosher Passover holiday
trip to Costa Rica. All members and friends can avail
themselves of' this trip. For trip information please
contact Jeanette S. Levine.
For information on the chapter, membership or trip
please contact Sid Levine, West Palm Beach.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
On March 5, 1:15 p.m., Century Chapter will hold an
"ORT Day" at Chase Federal Savings Community Room
in Jefferson Mall for members who bring a prospective
member. The next meeting will be on Thursday, March 8,
12:30 p.m. at Temple Anshei Sholom. Jerry Shaw, Man
with the Magic Band, will give a chalk talk as part of a
special mutli-media show, featuring fast pace drawing.
The presentation of 'Fiddler on the Roof" is sponsored by
the Miami Herald.
Plan to spend March 16, 17, 18 on the "Sea Escape"
with visits to St. Augustine, Alahambra, Silver Springs.
Cafe Society Dinner and much more. Call Pearl Hartman
or Estelle Adler for reservations.
On Thursday, March 22 The West Palm Chapter will
have a meeting at Anshei Sholom. Entertainment will be-
by "The Performers," a group who presents original skits
written and directed by Norma Sirota. Helen Nussbaum
will relate the Purim story.
Wellington Chapter ORT's first Make it. Bake it,
Stake it, will be held on March 24. This event is totally new
to our area and consists of bringing handiwork, culinary
delights or floral creations to be auctioned off that
evening. For further information on this event call Sonni
Greenberg or Nancy Miner.
PIONEER WOMEN-NA'AMAT
Palm Beach Council is sponsoring a Get Together oi
"Friends of Pioneer Women" on Sunday, March II at 10
a.m. This will be held at the Chase Federal Bank Com-
munity Room in the Cross County Mall.
The guest speaker will be Hy Ruchlis. His topic will be
"The Nuclear Dilemma." For free admisision tickets.
please call the Palm Beach Council office.
A Board of Directors meeting will be held on Thursday,
March 8 at 10 a.m. at the Council office in Lake Worth.
YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP
On March 6, the Century Village group presents
Henrietta Gardner and Dora Rosenbaum, pianists, who
will play four hands on the piano. Walter Arzt, Yiddish
writer and poet, will recite some of his own compositons.
Nick Zito, tenor, will sing a variety of songs.
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romen's Campaign Institute
B&P Women's Group
Stresses Networking
larger planning group would
give us more ideas and more
people to help with future
expansion."
The next meeting of the
career women's group will be
held on March 7, 6 p.m., at
the Morse Geriatric Center.
Representatives of the Jewish
U IS E ROSS
tws Coordinator
Stance of net-
ong members of
8d Professional
jups and cam-
Ining were em-
It the Career
pmipaign Institute
m The United
Appeal Young
tadership Cabinet
[h in Chicago.
vice president of
, Division of the
eration of Palm
Its lor the Business
kional Women's
killed the two day
Hid returned with
|cal ideas to get
i involved.
[be starting a local
lhich will contain
[ about upcoming
I missions and will
1 our individual
said Mrs. Beers.
prs, appointments
ons will be listed
Bis on legal and
I issues are being
\\ e would like to
hi suhm11 articles
lion relevant to
Isioiis and we w ill
Penny Beers
also explore other areas of
interest to the women."
In addition to the
newsletter, Mrs. Beers
revealed plans to update a
directory of members to
distribute at the May meeting.
"We will include all the
women on our mailing list
with their addresses, phone
numbers and occupations to
facilitate networking."
During a workshop on
programming Mrs. Beers
I. Magazine Editor To
tote NCJW Convention
indred delegates,
stales (Alabama,
|corgia, Louisiana,
Oklahoma, South
lennessee and
convene lor the
istricl Convention
( ouncil of Jewish
lo be held at the
|cl from March 28
I. NCJW (a 90-
romen's organi/a-
ise ol their contin-
m and interest in
knd children, has
I. Magazine Lditor,
Jin Pogrebin to be
|tc speaker at the
lhich will be held on
rch 30. Hostesses
pkeechobee, Boca
Palm Beach Sec-
caking at the Con-
ill be Council's
'resident, Barbara
Vice-President
fldman of New York
President Florence
fn On Sunday, there
wnel discussion on
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Federation's four beneficiary
agencies will address the
women on the services and
programs their agencies offer.
For more information,
contact Lynne Ehrlich,
Women's Division director, at
the Federation office, 832-
2120.
learned that the Palm Beach
Business and Professional
Women's Group scored highly
in creativity. "Several of our
program ideas were cited as
unique and particularly ap-
pealing. For example, no one
else had done a meeting about
what it's like growing up as a
child of Holocaust survivors.
Paula Kass, past Women's
Division director, was the
guest speaker at that meeting
last year.
"This year Dr. Linda
Werner originated the idea of
a panel discussion featuring
Jewish mothers and
daughters. She served as
facilitator for this program
which was singled out as being
most thought provoking and
creative.
"Because we spend more
time trying to involve more
women, we have one of the
largest percentages of at-
tendance," stated Mrs. Beers.
Mrs. Beers, who teaches
English at Suncoast High
School, found that the logo
which was created especially
for the group was one of the
most unusual and attractive
logos she saw. "Our brown
clipboard on beige paper really
stood out as one of the best."
Many nationally recognized
speakers addressed the
conference. Among them was
Jane Sherman, national co-
chairwoman of Project
Renewal. "She stressesd that
Project Renewal needed to be
included in discussions of the
needs of the 1984 campaign,"
reported Mrs. Beers. Project
Renewal is a coordinated ef-
fort on the part of the gover-
nment ol Israel, the people of
Israel and communities in the
Diaspora to solve the physical
and social ills in over 80 lower
socio-economic neigh-
borhoods including Hod
Hasharon which is twinned
with the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
Mrs. Beers has chaired the
B&P Women's Group for the
last three years. "I would like
to find more women interested
in serving on the steering
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over who do not drive and
cannot use public transport-
ation. We take people to treat-
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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.
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Are you sixty years of age or
over and looking for a
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which to have a delicious,
nutritions, hot kosher lunch?
Then the place to be is the
Jewish Community Center in
North Palm Beach County or
Congregation Anshei Emuna
in South Palm Beach County,
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-
vance. For information and-or
reservations call: Carol or
Lillian at 689-7700 (W. 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.
The Kosher Lunch Connection
is one year old. We will
celebrate our anniversary on
Fri., Mar. 16, 10:45 a.m.
Make your reservations early.
Note change of date.

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Sam Rubin was honored by
the Jewish Community
Center, Thursday, March 1,
for his years of service to the
Center. He is shown here with
his constant companion in
work and play his wife,
Marion, ready to depart on
one of the many trips he
organized for the Center.
To put a tennis racket in the
hands of an eight to 12 year
old Israeli youngster
instead of a gun, has been the
ideal and highly successful
outgrowth of the Israel Tennis
Centers Association.
In the eight brief years, with
the germ of an idea, plus the
prrsate support of thousands
of contributors in the
U.S.....Canada. S. Africa,
England and other countries,
have come eight tennis centers
scattered far and wide
throughout Israel.
This program, supervised by
Dr. Ian Froman, ex-Davis cup
South African player and our
own Dick Savitt, ex top
ranking U.S. tennis star, has
provided the impetus and goal
of the organization, which is
to develop the sport of tennis
in a war torn country, to Jew
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Kissinger T*> Be Honored By B' nai Bntn candle Lighting Ti J
Drtwn9tinn m the eveninj I
Friday, March 26:021
Religious Directory
Dr. Henry Kissinger will
receive the first B'nai B'rith
International Statesman of the
Year Award at a testimonial
dinner on Wednesday evening,
March 14, at the Breakers in
Palm Beach.
The beneficiary of this
testimonial will be the B'nai
B'rith Youth Services. B'nai
B'rith Youth Services provide
Ethiopian Jews
Continued from Page 4-
family reunification program
and let all who wish settle in
Israel.
Most of the Ethiopians
arriving in Israel come from
an unsophisticated rural
society and are making a
temendous leap not just into
Israeli socity but into the
technological world of the
20th Century. This is a people
that has not heard about the
Renaissance, the Industrial
Revolution or the Holocaust.
The various governmental
departments are not at-
tempting to change these new
immigrants overnight. Rather,
a team of anthropologists,
sociologists and education-
alists are working together to
assist their absorption in ways
which suit their background
and traditions.
vital programs to high SChoO
and college-age students, as
well as educational and voca-
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B'nai B'r.th Youth Organ-
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Foundations and the B nai
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Services.
Participation in the evening
ic $250 per person per Jmnct
reservation. Patrons ($500 per
peon) will be invited to a
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Dr. Kissingei before the
dinner.
Fot more information call
the Palm Beach office ol B'nai
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followed by Shobah Suedos.
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501 \ I 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach 33436 Phowl
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Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi JosephSp_
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Suedos.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID: 4657 Hood Road. Pikl
Gardens 33410. Phone 694-2350. Rabbi William Mink,j
Earl J Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday 7:30 p.m..!
10a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 2815 No. Flagier Dr., WestPiaj
33407 Phone B33-0339. Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch.C'aniiai
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Daily Minyan8:15a.m.. Sunday and Legal Holidays 9u|
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Phona 585-5020. Rabbi Emanml Kiswiberg
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TEMPLE BETH EL: 4600 Oleander Avenue. Fort P*]
33460 Phone 461-7428. Cantor Anne Newman.
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Avenue and Victory Blvd.. Vero Beach 32960. mum
PO Box 2118, Vero Beach. FL 32961-2113. Rabbi I
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Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd. and W'""**^
West Palm Beach Mailing address: 825 Lw>Jf
West Palm Beach 33411. Friday services "plJ^-
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^407. Phone 833-8421. Rabbi Howard Shapiro.
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jogue News
Israel Celebrates American
|sh Historical Weedend
las been desig-
|n Jewish His-
nd at Temple
lerican Jewish
fcty founded in
[laiion's oldest
rical facility
ie campus of
sky.
Society, Rabbi
iro has invited
fished Jewish
1th of whom
Board of the
Ijsh Historical
kning, March 2
lessor Henry L.
karuch College
versity of New
}ak during the
|e. The title of
American Jewry
uist." Feingold
the Academic
It he American
|cal Society and
the faculty
the Holocaust,
Sachor of the
Ksh Conference
the Graduate
lorning, March
|H. Proctor will
Die Israel on the
is And The
Florida." Dr.
Jive dI Jackson*
Iui-IkJ Service
History and
Is ,md Julien C.
loi of History a)
ol I lorida is
History at the
Museum, and
)r the University
is united to
Professor Henry L. Feingold
attend these lectures honoring
the American Jewish Histor-
ical Society.
hgs To Be Honored At Temple
u-EI Seminary Reception
Cummings,
emple Emanu-
each, will be the
r at the Temple's
he Jewish Theo-
ui.ii > Reception
eception Com*
ian Jonas Baren-
holt/ noted that a Citation of
Honor will be presented to
Mr. Cummings "for his
service to the community on
behalf of Conservative
Judaism and his leadership in
supporting the programs and
progress of the Seminary."
Guest speaker at the Reception
n will be Seminary Vice
U63lI1S Chancelloi Rabbi Stanley J.
Schachter. who will make the
award presentation.
Mr. Cummings is a long-
time supporter of the
Seminary and member of its
Board of Overseers. Among
his benefactions is the Alan
and Helene Cummings
Scholarship at the Rabbinical
School.
Honorary Chairman of the
Committee is Rabbi Joel
Chazin, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI. The
Committee membership
consists of Dr. Asher Bar-Zev;
Elinor Belfer; Norman Belfer;
Edward Bishop; Philip David-
off; Ruth Davidoff; Irene
Grcenbaum; Frances Korn;
Irving Korn; Dr. Haviva
Langcnauer; Samuel J. Levy;
S. Senior Sack; Harry Schrei-
bcr; Samuel Schrciber; M.
Mac Schwebel; Genevieve
Silberman; Sidney Spiegel;
Joseph Steir; and Anne
U la net.
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TKMPI.K ISRAEL
Temple Israel and the
Southeast Region of the Union
Of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, are sponsoring a
Jewish Awareness Weekend,
March 9-10 at Temple Israel.
The Shabbaton is geared for
parents and children in the
Temple Religious School to
help make them aware that
Judaism is not just a collection
of milestone events or an
isolated observance here and
there, but rather it can be an
ongoing important part of
every week's activities.
"JAWS" (Jewish Aware-
ness Weekend) begins with
Shabbat Supper on Friday,
March 9 at 6 p.m. and will
continue through the luncheon
on Saturday, March 10, con-
cluding with Havdalah at the
setting sun.
The fee is $15 per family
and includes all meals and all
supplies. Registration is
limited and forms are avail-
able at the Temple Office.
For more information,
please call Temple Israel.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Celebrates
"Can-Do Countdown"
Temple Beth David cele-
brates its second annual "Can-
Do Countdown," a dinner
dance to be held on Saturday,
March 10, 7:30 p.m., at the
Royce Hotel of West Palm
Beach. Couples will dance to
the music of Sammy Fields
Orchestra. Tickets are SI25
per couple which will enable
one to be eligible for the grand
cash prize of $5,000 and other
cash prizes.
For further information call
the Temple office or chairper-
sons Roberta Leventhal and
Dave Blatt.
Following a gourmet lunch.
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch of
Temple Beth El will conclude
the seminar summarizing
"Our Resolution of Women
of Valor." For further infor-
mation and reservations call
the temple office.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
LAKE WORTH
At a dinner at the Royce
Hotel on Feb. 5 Temple Beth
Sholom combined the instal-
lation of its 1984 roster of
Officers with a testimonial
honoring retiring president
Sander V. Smith, MD.
Jack G. Lieberman, finan-
cial secretary, installed the
incoming president, Edward J.
Passman and the following
officers and members of the
board: vice presidents
Benjamin A. Levinc, Barnett
B. Marchand, William Cohen;
treasurer, Charles Mahler;
financial secretary. Jack G.
Lieberman; recording sec-
retary, Mollic Stuback.
Newly elected board
members are William Bien-
stock. Max Dretel, Milton
Friedman, Robert S. Landy,
Jack Pinsky, David T.
Shepard and Emanuel Toder.
The following, continuing
as members of the board, are
Morris Boshnick, Sydelle R.
Goldenberg, Louis Levine,
Max Goldmintz, Irving I.
Wolser, Dr. Sander V. Smith,
past president, Rose Dunsky,
Ann Greenberg president
Sisterhood, Philip Weiss
president Men's Club.
Sisterhood
Sisterhood will hold a
regular meeting on Wednes-
day, March 7, in the Social
Hall. Coffee and cake will be
served at 12:30 p.m., followed
by the meeting at I p.m. Lou
Sherwin, pharmacist, will
present a talk on "Trends and
New Aspects in Medicine."
On Saturday, March 17, at 8
p.m., the Sisterhood will hold
a Purim Buffet in Prince Hall,
followed by a move presen-
tation entitled "The Mad Ad-
ventures of Rabbi Jacob." For
ticket information contact
Gert Shepard or Hilda Zell.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Joel L. Levine will
discuss the ongoing crises in
the Middle East at Sabbath
services, Friday, March 2, 8
p.m., at St. Catherine's
Cultural Center. Cantor Rita
Shore will chant the music.
Rabbi Levine is a member
of the National Rabbinic
Cabinet of the United Jewish
Appeal. He is also studying
the Middle East situation with
Dr. Haim Shaked, Director of
the Shiloach Institute of Tel
Aviv University. Due to the
present crisis in Lebanon,
Rabbi Levine feels that it is
imperative for the Jewish
community to understand
precisely the complexities of
this situation.
Following the sermon,
members of the congregation
will be invited to the pulpit in
order to ask questions about
the Middle East situation. The
adult oneg shabbat and junior
oneg are part of the evening.
For more information about
Temple Judea, call the office.
LAKE WORTH
JEWISH CENTER
The services Friday, March
2 at 8:15 p.m. will feature as
guest speaker Jess Witchel,
Jewish history lecturer for
Brandeis Women. He was
professor of history for 40
years at City College of New
York.
"The Precious Legacy"
Exhibit
Temple Beth David Adult
Education is sponsoring a tour
to "The Precious Legacy "
exhibit: Judaic Treasures from
Czechoslovak State Collec-
tions, (currently at the Bass
Museum, Miami Beach) on
Sunday, March 4.
For further information,
contact Adult Education
chairperson, Shirley Licht-
stein, or the Temple office.
TEMPLE BETH EL
The Sisterhood will cele-
brate Education Day on
Monday. Mach 5, 9 a.m.
beginning with Rosh Chodesh
services in Fread Sanctuary.
Members will participate in
the Torah readings.
The theme of Educaton Day
is "Silence Is Not Always
Golden" and will be explored
during the three workshops
and keynote address following
services. Rabbi Alan Sherman,
chaplain of the Jewish Fede-
ration of Palm Beach County,
will speak on "Anti-Semitism,
our Considerable Concern."
Cecile Tishman, principal of
Temple Israel Religious
School, will address the topics
"Importance of Being
Jewish," "Living Jewish" and
"Has Anyone Tried to Prose-
lytize your Children?". The
co-chairman of the Mideast
Task Force of the Community
Relations Council of the
Jewish Federation, Dr. Mark
Rat linger. will discuss
"Fiction and Facts of the
Middle East."
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