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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)
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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4 v. : ill. ;
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English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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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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THE VOICE OF
THE JEWISH
COMMUNITY Or
PALM BfcACH
COUNTY
the
ewish floridian
VOLUME 11 -NUMBER 9
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH 1,1985
PRICE 35 CENTS
Senate Hearings Open On Mengele
*~r
sef Mengele
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
Sen. Arlen Specter (R., Pa.)
announced the formal Senate
hearings on the Josef Mengele
case convened in Washington
last week. Specter, who chairs
the juvenile justice sub-
committee of the Senate
Judiciary Committee, told a
press conference at the
Wiesenthal Center that the
hearings "'come at a time of
heightened international
interest in bringing the
notorious 'angel of death' of
Auschwitz to justice and will
locus on the testimony of
survivors of Mengele's
gruesome experiments during
World War II."
The senator added, "We
will seek to uncover new leads
and information as to the
nature and extent of in-
volvement of American,
Canadian and other Western
governments with the fugitive
Nazi war criminal from 1945-
85."
SPECTER also indicated
that "a number of the
documents relevant to the
Mengele case, previously
withheld by the U.S.
Department of the Army from
the Simon Wiesenthal Center,
will be released" to his
committee.
The documents in question
are part of those sought by the
Wiesenthal Center under the
Freedom of Information Act.
The information already
released to the center last
month of previously classified
U.S. Army intelligence
documents suggested that
Mengele may have been
arrested and freed by U.S.
military authorities in Austria
in 1947 and that he may have
entered Canada under an alias
in 1962. Mengele, now 73, was
reportedly last seen in
Paraguay.
Among those scheduled to
testify at the hearings are Rep.
Alfonse D'Amato (R., N.Y.);
Marc Berkowitz, a surviving
twin of Mengele's experiments
and president of CANDLES,
an organization of survivors
of the Auschwitz doctor's
experiments; a representative
of the U.S. Department of the
Army; and Rabbi Marvin
Hier, dean of the Wiesenthal
Center.
ALSO INVITED to testify
are Gen. (Ret.) Telford
Continued on Page 12-
he Monster
One After Another, Horrid Memories Unfold
iRUSALEM (JTA)
alter another they took
witness stand. In a
vded and hushed
torium they broke their
fear silence. In quiet, level
|es they told stories of
lor, stories of heroism,
lies of desperate attempts
retain their human dignity
I wot Id which lost all
In.mi of humanity.
llnriN survivors of the
fenau concentration camp
where Josef Mengele
[icd out his notorious
jka\ experiments on twins
others took the stand
lug a three-day public
ring ai Yad Vashem in
isalem.
IT WAS the main event of
the first international con-
vention of survivors of
Mengele's experiments, which
marked the 40th anniversary
of the liberation of the camps.
The panel of six judges was
headed by Yad Vashem
Council chairman Gideon
Hausner, who acted as
prosecutor at the Adolf Eich-
mann (rial 23 years ago. It
included lawyers, experts on
the Holocaust and on
terrorism, and a geneticist.
Judge Zvi Terlo, who helped
prepare the case against Eich-
iiuinii, interrogated the wit-
nesses.
It looked almost like a real
trial except for one detail.
The accused, Josef Mengele,
known to the camp inmates as
the "angel of death," was
missing.
Recent stepped-up efforts to
locate and apprehend the Nazi
war criminal have so far been
unsuccessful. Mengele, who
fled Germany in 1953, is now
thought to be hiding in
Paraguay, protected by
President Alfredo Stroessner.
THE ATMOSPHERE in
Yad Vashem was tense as the
witnesses talked about the
atrocities.
Aliza Baruch, 57, recalled
her memories as a 15-year-old
girl in Auschwitz's ex-
perimental Block No. 10: "We
were put, 20 girls, in a closed
room with no windows. Our
first fear was of death,
because we knew that a sealed
room meant gas. When the
door finally opened we all
crowded into a corner.
Nobody wanted to be singled
out. But somebody had to be
first, of course, and a girl was
taken into an adjacent room.
"We wanted to know what
was going on inside. We
couldn't hear crying or
complaining. Through the
keyhole, we could see she was
standing naked in the middle
of the room, between two
machines. It was radiation of
course, but we did not know
that then.
Gideon Hausner
"When she came out, she
told us: 'It's nothing, it's
nothing.' Thinking we would
Continued on Page 15
olunteers Still Needed
Recruitment Efforts Pass Halfway Mark
'ith less than 20 days to go
Super Sunday, the
[unnient of volunteers is
Iding momentum.
lording to Sam Wadler and
l}k Grossman, recruitment
|irs, over 200 volunteers (at
" time) have signed up for
Inside
Is the story of Purlm
fact or fiction?...
>age4
Local resident re-
vives letter from
uissian family...
[Page 2
Pacesetters hold
luncheon... photo
display page 2.
the day long community-wide
phonathon to be held on
March 17 at the Hyatt Palm
Beaches.
People from throughout the
community will be calling their
friends and neighbors to ask
them to make a pledge to the
1985 Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County-United
Jewish Appeal campaign.
"We are looking for a total
of 400 volunteers to suc-
cessfully cover the phones and
help do other necessary jobs,"
stated Grossman. 8:45 a.m.
and 10:43 a.m. time slots have
already been filled and we are
grateful for the community's
response. However, we are
still continuing our recruit-
ment efforts and want to
remind people that their help
is needed to make Super
Sunday a super success."
Wadler has his own method
of recruitment. When he visits
synagogues and organizations
to talk about Super Sunday,
he doesn't put any pressure on
people but explains that
SupeRSuNdwp
participating in Super Sunday
is an exciting thing to do. "It
gives them a chance to talk, to
meet new people and I em-
phasize how important it is to
give a contribution to this
year's campaign," he said.
As an example of Wadler's
style, he recently attended a
75th birthday party where he
asked to speak to the guests.
He told them that the best gift
they could give the honorce
was a commitment by them to
raise $10,000 on Super
Sunday. His personal ap-
proach, mixed with humor
and compassion for his fellow
Jews, has people signing up
wherever he goes.
Since Grossman and Wadler
believe in talking to people one
on one about Super Sunday,
they realized that they may not
be able to approach as many
people as they would like.
Therefore, they designed a
recruitment form which asks a
person to sign up and then to
go out and get three other
people to help also. Creativity
like this is making this year's
recruitment effort successful.
Wadler and Grossman have
also applied their personal
approach to the campaign at
Century Village where they are
the co-chairs. It is expected
that the totals will surpass all
records set previously at
Century Village. They bring
this same enthusiasm and
talent to Super Sunday.
To volunteer for Super
Sunday, fill out the recruit-
ment form on page 3 or call
Jack Karako, campaign
associate, at the Federation
office, 832-2120.


'age 'I The JewishTTondian of Palm Beach County Friday, March 1, 1985
Women's Division
Pacesetters Luncheon
|Lett to right] Marjorie Berg. Shirley Dellerson and Sheila
Engelsteln, Women's Division president.
Women throughout the Palm Beaches recently participated in the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County Pacesetters Luncheon
held at the Garden Club, Palm Beach. The $1000 minimum gift-event, given on
behalf of the Women's Division 1985 Federation-L'JA campaign, featured
Senator Bob Packwood of Oregon as the guest speaker. Shown above are (left to
right) Carole Klein, campaign associate; Penny Beers, Pacesetters co-chair; Sen.
Packwood; Harriet Zimmerman, national L'JA Women's Division chair; Zelda
Pincourt, Pacesetters co-chair; and Julie Cummings, campaign vice president.
[Seated, left to right] Lorraine Hoffinger,
Pauline Roismap, Norma Herzog and Paula
Franks. Standing [left to right] Ruth
Wilensky, chair of the Women's Division
campaign at the Lands of the President;
Geraldine Freed man, co-chair of the Lands
drive; and Rose Siegel.
[Left to right] Marva Perrin, Lion of Judah co-
chair and chair of the Palm Beach division of
the 1985 Jewish Federation or Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal campaign and
Fileen Nickman.
[Left to right] Irene Greenbaum, Dr. Daisy Merey and Ellen Rampell.
[Seated, left to right] Nathalie Goldberg, Eleanor Balgley and Marion Axelrod.
Standing is Kari Bower, campaign associate.
Letter Received From Refusenik
From Russia, With Love
Goldie Bernstein, a member
of Lee Vassil Group of the
Lake Worth Chapter of
Hadassah, has received a reply
to a letter she wrote to a Soviet
Jewish family. Her Hadassah
chapter participates in the
Adopt-A-Family program
sponsored by the Soviet Jewry
Task Force of the Community
Relations Council of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Bosch County.
Three other members of the
chapter have written to the
Bronfman family but only
Mrs. Bernstein who wrote first
ha| received a reply. "We are
verj- excited about receiving an
answer so fast," she said.
"We are encouraging our
other members to send bir-
thdiay cards to K'atya so that
we;', can build momentum.
PejBple wait long enough to
hefce|w.jtJwK>iiiirihei-a hope our success will give
them encouragement to keep
writing."
Mrs. Bernstein is the second
person to hear directly from
Russia.
Sylvia Berger, who adopted
her family on behalf of the
Poinciana Chapter of ORT,
received a reply this past
summer. She is a member of
the Soviet Jewry Task Force
and is very active in keeping
the plight of Soviet Jewry in
front of the public.
According to Shirlee
Blonder, chair of the task
force, correspondence with
Soviet Jewry is vital to let
them know that someone cares
about them. It also lets the
Soviet authorities know that
voices in the West will not be
silenced.
Either an individual or a
director of the Community
Relations Council, at the
Federation's additional office
655-7706.
The text of the letter that
Mrs. Bernstein received
follows:
Dear Friends. Goldie and
Harold!
We received your nice letter
written on December 9, and
we thank you very much for
your desire to correspond with
us. Of course, we'll write to
you and look forward to you
answers.
There are five persons in our
lamily, grandfather, my wife
I and our two daughters!
I hegrandfather, Shmuel (my
wife > lather). Is 87 years old
He is a very cheerful man and
helps us very much in
homework. My wife Galya is
---------- -.. ,u.,.uua, u, a iiuiiicwoik. My wile Galvfl ic
calling Rabb. Alan Sherman, engineer, bu. no, she* wkTaT
an insurance office. I am 57
years old and I am a doctor-
engineer in the field of elec-
trical engineering. I work now
at a plant. Our older daughter
Tanya, is 19 years old. She is
going to take entrance exams
in a medical college, but it is
rather difficult and we don't
know it she passes them.
The younger daughter,
Katya will be 16 years old on
5th of March. She goes to the
nine form (it's last but one
year in the secondary school).
My wife's parents come from
Ujcra.na. I myself was born in
Bendcri (Bessarabia) and have
been living in Leningrad since
i*45. Your parents or
grandparents must have come
tnev? RuSSia' must not
Pjve years ago we handed an
application on leaving USSR
lor joining the families of my
brother and sister, who have
oecn hving in Israel: the
brother since 1938, the sister
{Since 1972. But we have no
| h a vc i he perm ission yet.
We all except the grand"
lather know English, but our
levels are different. Your letter
was read by us without dif-
ficulties. This letter is tran-
slated from Russian into
English by Tanya who has
finished a course of English
this year. I can read fiction
and technical literature but my
knowledge of English is
passive because 1 have not any
practice in speaking English.
We would like to know
more about your life, you'
work. Have .you been w
Israel? What is your opinion
about that country?
I enclose a picture of
Leningrad. We would be very
grateful if you send us some
pictures of Israel or books m
English about Israel (no
forbidden by Soviet rules), w
example, an art. tourist gui
books, etc.
We send our greetingsig
your family for Purim, Wicn
will come in March.
The best wishes to you from
all our family.
- WiihMopMti----- '?"*
Aaron Bronfman


ieach County Page 3
[Albert Brodsky Lois Brodsky Fred Gattegno Eileen Gattcgno
Hunters Run
Campaign To Reach
New Heights
Albert and Lois Brodsky
and Fred and Eileen Gattegno,
Co-chairs ol" the Hunters Run
1985 Jewish Federation of
r'alm Beach County-United
Jewish Appeal campaign, are
tesponsible, along with other
fop leaders in this Boynton
Beach community, for the
Record breaking totals being
projected for the campaign.
f'Pledges have already ex-
ceeded last year's total
campaign and we haven't even
iad our dinner dance
Scheduled lor March 9, 6:30
p.m., at the Hunters Run
clubhouse," stated the co-
chairs.
The $400 minimum com-
mitment event is being held on
behalf of the 1985 Jewish
rederation of Palm Beach
ouniy-United Jewish Appeal
campaign. The Galaxy Ball
will feature Dora Roth,
Holocaust survivor and Israeli
mother, as the guest speaker.
Co-chairing the dinner dance
are Ed and Rita Stein and
Harris and Naomi Kessler.
The Kesslers, along with Sam
and Rima Robinson, are
general co-chairs of the
Hunters Run committee.
Excitement is building in
this Boynton Beach com-
munity as word of mouth has
caused the attendance to soar
for the Galaxy Ball. According
to the Brodskys and Gat-
tegnos, the chairs of the
various condos in Hunters
Run are really doing their job.
Albert Brodsky is serving as
campaign co-chair for the first
time after having been a
member of the overall
committee last year. However,
Continued on Page 4
Super Sunday
Tht following people have
volunteered for Super Sunday '15
"They've Got Your Number, South
Florid*."
Stacey and Mark Levy
Super Sunday Co-Chairs
Elinore Abraham
B'nai B'rith Women
Robert Abrams
Jewish Community Center
Marci Adler
Leadership Development
Moshe Adler
Leadership Development
Jonas Barenholtz
Jewish Federation
Robert Barwald
Jewish Federation
Penny Beers
Women's Division
Barry S. Berg
Jewish Federation Board
Sidney I Berger
Jewish Community Center
Sylvia Berger
B'nai B'rith Women
Fred Berk
Temple Beth David
Nettie Berk
Jewish Federation Staff
Esta Bessel
ORT Royal Palm Beach
Gertrude Birnbeck
Jewish Federation
Uly Bandy
Hadassah
E Scott Boord
/Worse Geriatric Center
Ellen Bovarnick
Leadership Development
Kari Bower
Jewish Federation Staff
Dorothy M Brock
Pioneer Women
Jan B rots low
B'nai B'rith Women
Minnie Brotslow
Hadassah
Etta Carr
ORT-Royal Palm Beach
pul Chrystal
Jewish Federation Staff
Blossom Cohen
Women's Division
Alice G. Effrat
ORT
Lynne Ehrlich
Jewish Federation Staff
Jay Epstein
Morse Geriatric Center
Ronnl Epstein
Jewish Federation Staff
Harlan J. Espo
Jewish Community Center
Bobble Fink
Leadership Development
Leo Finkel
Jewish War Veterans
Jenifer R. Fischer
Jewish Community Center
Hy-Fox
Anshel Sholom Men's Club
Leah J. Fox
Women's Division Board
Martha Friedland
B'nai B'rith Women
Stella Gabe
Jewish Federation Staff
Drew Geckenheimer
Morse Geriatric Center
Lois Gackenheimer
Morse Geriatric Center
AnnGallubler
Sisterhood Temple Beth Sholom
Alice J.Garfinkei
Temple Beth El
Elsie Gideon
Hadassah
Bette Gilbert
American Jewish Committee
Rosa Ginsberg
Hadassah
Robert Gladnlck
CRC Soviet Jewry Council
Jeanne Glasser
Women's Division
Miriam Glasser
Women's Division
Faye Glater
Temple Beth El
William Glater
Temple Beth El
Continued on Page 5-
Second Annual Dinner Dance.
for
Indian Spring Residents
Sunday, March 3,6:30 p.m.
at the
BREAKERS BEACH CLUB
Eg "MfNgM contact
SYLVIA LEWIS,
ctmpajlgn associate, at the
"oynton Beach branch office
7370746
Given on behalf of the
IMS Jewish Federation ol
Palm Beach County-Unltad
Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Minimum Commitment $200
Danny Siegel Performs
'Everyday Miracles'
Women throughout the
Palm Beaches will have the
opportunity to discover how
author and lecturer Danny
Siegel performs "Everyday
Miracles" at the Women's
Division of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County $125 minimum gift
event. The Gala Fashion Show
and Reception will be held on
Tuesday, March 26, 7 p.m., at
Saks Fifth Avenue, The
Esplanade, Palm Beach, and is
given on behalf of the
Women's Division's 1985
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Chairing the event are
Margot Brozost, Melanie
Jacobson and Adele Simon.
"We have previewed the
fashion show at Saks and can
assure the women that they are
in for a real treat. The whole
'production' is just spec-
tacular. We are also very
pleased to have Danny Siegel
explore with us the Jewish
values inherent in tzedakah
and relate how our lives can be
enriched living according to
these values," enthused Mrs.
Brozost.
Danny Siegel, lecturer,
author, philosopher, poet and
champion of tzedakah, has
been called the translator of
the Jewish experience.
Through his books, articles
and lectures, he involves
people in Yiddishkeit"
(maintaining a Jewish en-
vironment) and "men-
shlichkeit" (being a good
person). His latest book,
"Gym Shoes and Irises:
Personalized Tzedakah" is a
compilation of reminiscences,
quotes from letters he received
from people who were
"turned on" to charity and
from recipients. He has also
written for "Moment"
magazine, the "Third Jewish
Catalogue," "Sh'ma," and
many more, has done several
records and tapes, written
Continued on Page 13
\
Student Plea For Ethiopian Jewry
Wearing tee-shirts with the motto, "Don't
Forget the Forgotten," students in Rabbi
Howard Shapiro's Confirmation class kick
off their Student Plea for Ethiopian Jewry
during the Israeli Night assembly at Midrasha
Judaica High School. The Temple Israel
students, who initiated the fund-raising
effort as a service project to aid in the ab-
sorption of Ethiopian Jewry, will donate the
money to the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County on Super Sunday, March 17.
WE'VE COT YOUR NUMBER
SOUTH FLORIDA
SupERSuNck^i
( ) Please include me as a volunteer for "Super Sunday" on March 17
at the Hyatt Hotel, West Palm Beach.
Name.
(Please Print)
Address,
City.
Telephone (Home)
Organization Affiliation
(Business).
I will be happy to work from:
( ) 8:45 A.M'^D 1:30 A.M. ( ) 2:45 P.M. to 5:30 P.M.
( ) 10:45 f^VTto 1:30 P.M. ( ) 4:45 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
( ) 12:45 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. ( ) 6:45 P.M. to 9:30 P.M.
( ) ( will be happy to work at any time. Please let me know when you
i
need me.
* Volunteers will be asked to make their 1965
campaign gifts prior to helping on "Super
Sunday", if they have not already done so.
Send To:
SUPER SUNDAY 85
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
501 So. Flagler Drive, Suite 305
West Palm Beach, FL 33401


Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, March 1. 1985
Purim:
Fact Or Fiction?
A well MiNUnR from > Our Europoa yaagagua. Hmmsajamtt M*rdetis _
idK nr^..-ru. .- Queen Ether .re ri.U-, o. ..^rj^D^E-rop^ i.
^dty oil the Euphr.le. River in tl northern per. of dt B-fcytooU,
Some scholars question the
historical accuracy and the
authenticity of the Purim story
as told in the book of Esther.
In examining the evidence pro
and con, it is important to
keep in mind that the
significance of the message for
Jews may far outweigh the
question of the historical
accuracy of the account. The
following facts bolster the
claim that the book of Esther
is a work of romantic fiction
and not a true story:
No Persian king ever had a
wife named either Vashti or
Esther.
No man by the name of
Haman was ever a vizier for a
Persian King.
Ahashuerus could not
have married Esther because a
king was only permitted to
marry into one of the seven
leading families of Persia, and
none of those families was
Jewish.
An ingenious wooden snigger,
made in Poland in 1935, depictl
ll.im.in ,iii i ounterpart, llitlei
The name Esther bears a
striking resemblance to the
name of the Persian goddess
Ishtar, while Mordecai
resembles the name of the
Persian god Marduk.
If Mordecai were expelled
from Jerusalem with
Jeconiah, king of Judah, in
597 BCE, and the Purim
events take place in the third
year of the reign of
Ahashuerus (Esther 2:6) which
can be no earlier than the year
482 BCE, Mordecai would be
at least 115 years old when he
left Jerusalem.
On the other hand there is
some evidence which rein-
forces the authenticity of the
book of Esther. The following
points, while they do not
prove the authenticity of the
events portrayed in the book,
do demonstrate that the
author was intimately familiar
with life in Persia:
Many names, institutions
and descriptions in the book
of Esther agree with non-
Jewish sources. Tablets
containing the name Mordecai
have been found, but it is not
known if they refer to the
Mordecai in the book of
Esther.
Esther illustrates the
ancient Persian practice of
dissimulation-concealing her
true identity in order to
preserve her life. (Mordecai
had urged Esther to conceal
her Jewish identity.) Later in
the story, after the king gave
the Jews permission to defend
themselves, many non-Jews
pretended to be Jews until the
lighting ended: "And many of
the people of the land
professed to be Jews for the
fear of the Jews had fallen
upon them" (Esther 8:17).
Dissimulation is also in
evidence in Arab countries
today, where there exists a
struggle between Shiite and
Suni Moslems; often one will
pretend to be the other.
Aramaic was the language
of the Persian Empire. The
book of Esther contains some
words in Aramaic, thereby
indicating a fairly late date for
the book.
It was known that the
kings of Persia often relied on
foreigners as their closest
advisors, for its was felt that
while native Persians might be
caught between loyalty to the
king and to his family,
foreigners were totally
dependent upon the king. In
this context, it is not surprising
that Haman and Mordecai
were able to rise to high
positions.
Each person must decide
whether to treat the book of
Esther as a true story or as a
work of fiction. In the process
of reaching this decision.
however, one should
remember that the
multifaceted significance of
the story's message may far
outweigh the question of the
authenticity of the work. In
other words, the importance
of the book of Esther may
render the question of
historical accuracy irrelevant.
Excerpted from "a
Teacher's Guide to Jewish
Holidays" by Robert
Goodman and published by
Alternatives in Religious
Education, Inc., Denver,
Colorado.
Village Royale
On The Green
* iagK^pMM* Hunters Run
Continued from Page 3
he comes to his community
with prior experience having
chaired the Federation's
builders division in
Washington, D.C. He also
was chair of the real estate
division of Israel Bonds, a
board member of the Men's
Club of the Home for the
Aged and a board member of
his synagogue. Four years ago
he moved to this community
from Chevy Chase, Maryland
and is now devoting his
energies to helping build this
Jewish community.
Lois Brodsky's involvement
in the Jewish community of
greater Washington covered
many areas. She was an officer
in the women's auxiliary of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged,
an officer in her B'nai B'rith
Women chapter and served on
the board of her synagogue's
Sisterhood. She was also
active in Women's Division of
the Washington Federation.
Although I red Ciattegno
only spends his winters at
Hunters Run, he too is actively
involved in building this
community. He co-chaired his
building's campaign last year.
In his hometown of Hun-
tington Woods, Mich., he
served as president of the
Sephardic Jewish community
and is currently on the board.
He also is active in B'nai
B'rith and the Shriners.
Eileen Gattegno is active in
the United Jewish Appeal
campaign with the Detroit
Federation and has continued
her interest in helping her
fellow Jews in this com-
munity. She is also a member
of ORT and Hadassah.
Members of the 1985
Hunters Run committee are
Mr. and Mrs. Sy Albaum, Mr.
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Mr. and Mrs. lohn Roth, Mr.
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and Mrs. Theodore Sail and
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Mrs. Edward Schain, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Siegler, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Shaprow, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Shelansky,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snyder,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Soble,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strauss,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
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Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Zeger
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I or more information
contact Sylvia Lewis, cam-
paign associate, at the
HoMiton Beach branch office
737-0746.
Forty-four residents of Village Royale on the Green, currentl)
....,,-,.mm tiMutnis oi vmage Koyale on the oreen, currm".-
the largest group to have participated in a mini-mission, recent.)
loured the four beneficiary agencies of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County. They learned about the programs and
services of the Jewish Community Day School, the Joseph I
Morse Geriatric Center, the Jewish Family and Children-.
Service and the Jewish Community Center. At this \tw
agency, they had lunch and were able to observe the Kosher
Lunch Connection program. Chair of the 1985 Jewish.
federation of Palm Beach County-United Jewish App
campaign at Village Royale on the Green is (middle picture, left
Al Moskowiu, and [bottom picture, left) co-chair is Bill
Wlrthciaa federation mini-mission chair is Marilyn I amperi
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Community Calendar
March 2
Women's Ameican ORT Okeechobee Traveling dinner
Temple Beth Torah Israeli night Anti-Defamation
League Human Relations Award at The Breakers 6:30
p.m.
March 3
Jewish Federation Indian Spring Boynlon Beach Dinner
Dance at Breakers Beach Club 6:30 p.m. Jewish War
Veterans No. 501 10 a.m. Israel Bond Cocktail
Reception at Mrs. Arnold Kramer's 4 p.m. Golden
Lakes Temple Sisterhood board 10 a.m.
March 4
Rishona Chapter of Amit Women board Congregation
Anshei Sholom board 9:45 a.m. Women's American
ORT Royal board 9:30 a.m. Women's American
ORT Mid Palm board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women -
Mitzvah Council 7:15 p.m. Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary No. 408 board 10:30 a.m. Congregation
Anshei Sholom Men's Club board 9:30 a.m. Jewish
Communitv Day School board 8 p.m. Women's
American ORT Okeechobee 1:30 p.m. Temple
Emanu-EI Sisterhood board 9:45 a.m. Jewish
Federation Women's Division Business and Professional
6p.m.
March 5
Jewish Federation Chaplain's Aides 2 p.m.* Women's
League for Israel 1 p.m. Jewish Federation Women's
Divison Worker Training Meeting, 8 p.m. Women's
American ORT North Palm Beach County Region 1
p.m. Women's American ORT-Wellington board 8
p.m.* B'nai B'rith Women Chai board 7:30 p.m.
March 6
Fast of F.sther Yiddish Culture Group Cresthaven 1
p.m. Hadassah Lake Worth board 10 a.m.
American Jewish Congress board noon National
Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach board 10 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club board 9:30 a.m.
Temple Israel Sisterhood board 7 p.m. Jewish
Community Center teen Midrasha costume ball Labor
Zionist Alliance- 1 p.m. Isarel Tennis Center -exhibition
ai Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kohl's 3:30 p.m. Jewish
Federation Mini-Mission Super Sunday Workers II
Israel Bonds Harbour House Cocktail Reception Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Kraman 4 p.m.
March 7
PLRIM Jewish Community Center Advisory Board of
Trustees 3 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Bar-Ilan University
Reception Hadassah Golda Meir board 10 a.m.
National Council of Jewish Women Okeechobee Unit -
board 10:30 a.m. Hadassah Bat Gurion board 9:30
a.m. Women's American ORT Golden River board 1
p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 2939 board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Women Ohav 1:30 p.m. Jewish Community Center
Purim celebration Hadassah Chai board 10 a.m.
Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl 1 p.m. Women's
American ORT Evening 8 p.m. Jewish Federation
Community Relations Council -12 noon
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Gloria Gola
Leadership Development
Mark J. Gold
Leadership Development
Nat Goldberg
JF8.CS
Frank Goldstein
Jewish Federation
Sabina A. Goldstein
Temple Beth Shalom
Edith Graham
ORT Royal Palm Beach
Bee Green
Hadassah
Louis Greenstein
B'nai BYlth
Hank Grossman
Jewish Federation
Esther F.Gruber
Women's Division
Mildred Hamburg
Women's Division
Jerry B Harlmen
Jewish Federation
Mrs. Leonard Hilton
ORT
Marshall Isaacson
Leadership Development
Claire Jaffe
Jewish Federation Staff
Dan Jatlow
Jewish Federation
Rebecca Jatlow
Jewish Federation
Philip Joseph
Jewish Federation
Molly Joseph
Jewish Federation
Linda Budin Kalnitsky
JF8.CS
Jack M Karako
Jewish Federation Staff
Leslie Kenneth Karen
Morse Geriatric Center
Patty Kartell
Jewish Federation Staff
Irene Kati
Leadership Development
Anne Marie Kaufman
Jewish Federation
Claire R. Kaufman
Aitz Chaim Congregation
Detra Kay
Jewish Community Day School
Howard Kay
Jewish Community Day School
Rita S Kellner
Pioneer Women
Florence Kierf
Temple Beth El
Florence Kippel
Pioneer Women
Douglas Kleiner
Jewish Federation Staff
Nathan Kosowski
JF8.CS
Esther Kosowski
Jewish Federation
Gail Kressal
Jewish Community Center
Barry Krischer
Jewish Community Day School
Bernerd Kuril
Jewish Federation
Terri Kurit
Jewish Federation
Anthony Lampert
Jewish Federation
Arnold Lampert
Jewish Federation Board
Marilyn Lampert
Jewish Federation Board
Norman Landerman
Leadership Development
Selma Lane
Temple Beth El
Harvey Lavigne
Jewish Federation
Ruth Lavigne
Jewish Federation
Selma Legman
Temple Beth El
Staci Lesser
Jewish Federation Board
Stephen Levitt
JF8.CS
Anita Levy
Temple Emanu-EI
Sylvia Lewis
Jewish Federation Staff
Rose Lightman
Brandeis
Ann Lynn Lipton
Jewish Federation Staff
Jay Login-
Leadership Development
Mindy Logue
Leadership Development
Terri Lubin
Jewish Community Center
Renee Mackler
Women's Division
Sid Mackler
Jewish War Veterans
Pearl Malmot
Jewish Federation
Paul Mawr
B'nai B'rith
Jerome Melman
Jewish Community Center
Mark Mendel
Jewish Federation Staff
CharlesMiliman
Jewish Federation
Sadie Miliman
Jewish Federation
Sybil Miller
Temple Beth Sholom
Bernard Mycorn
Temple Beth Sholom
Ida Mycorn
Temple Beth Sholom
TillieMutterperl
Temple Beth E"l
Eileen Nickman
Jewish Federation
Myron Nickman
Jewish Federation Board
Vivian Novakoff
Women's Division
Larry Ochstein
Jewish Federation Board
Lee Passman
Temple Beth Sholom
Nat Passon
Jewish Federation
Rhea Passon
Jewish Federation
Helen Perkis
Women's Division
Florence Poel
Temple Emanuel
Joel Penick
Jewish Federation
Karl Penzias
Jewish Federation
Robert Perrln
Jewish Federation
Barbara Prince
Jewish Community Center
Jeanne Rachles
Jewish Federation Staff
William S. Rachles
Jewish Federation
Naomi Rampell
Temple Beth El
Bea Rauchwarger
Temple Beth Sholom
Blanche Rich
Temple Beth El
Saul Rich
Temple Beth El
Anna Rosen
Temple Beth El
Murry Rosen
Temple Beth El
Tira Rosen
ORT
Hinda Rosenbaum
Leadership Development
Jack Rosenbaum
Leadership Development
Joseph Rosenbaum
Temple Beth El
Sydelle Rosenbaum
Temple Beth El
Louise Ross
Jewish Federation Staff
Micki Ross
Morse Geriatric Center
isadore Rosoff
Jewish Federation
Carol Roth
Jewish Federation
Joseph Roth
Congregation Anshei Sholom
Ingrid Rothschild
Jewish Community Day School
Robert D. Rubin
Leadership Development
Barnett Sakren ,
B'nai B'rith
TiHie Sakren
B'nai B'rith Women
Edna Sands
Women's Division
Ida Schaefer
Temple Beth El
Perry Schafler
Jewish Federation Staff
Henry Schaimholtz
Temple Beth El
Norman J. Schimelman
Jewish Federation Staff
David Schimmel
Leadership Development
Judy Schimmel
Leadership [Development
Hazel Schreck
ORT
Herman Schuman
Jewish War Veterans
David Schwartz
JF8.CS
Sheila Schwartz
Temple Beth Sholom
Steven Schwartz
Leadership Development
Mary Scruggs
Jewish Federation Staff
Clifford Shapiro
Jewish Federation
Marcia Shapiro
Women's Division
Gertrude Shepard
Temple Beth Sholom
Miriam Sherman
Jewish War Veterans
Carol Shubs
Leadership Development
SupeRSuNcW^
Lester Silverman
Jewish Federation Staff
Ruth Silverman
Jewish Federation
Peppy Silverstein
Women's Division
Susan Simon
JF&CS
Leah Siskin
Jewish Federation Board
Phillip Siskin
Jewish Federation Board
Harold Snitofsky
Jewish War Veterans
Ruth Sommer
ORT
Edward Spector
Jewish Federation
Julius Stein
Jewish Community Day School
Reva Steinberg
Leadership Development
Faye Stoller
Jewish Federation Staff
Marvin Szatmary
Temple Beth El
Miriam Thorek
ORT
Eugene Topperman
JF8.CS
Marilyn D. Topperman
JF8.CS
Sam Wadler
Jewish Federation
Sylvia Wadler
Hadassah
Bruce Wall
Morse Geriatric Center
Nathaniel E. Weinshel
Jewish Federation
Esther Williams
Hadassah
Susan Wolf Schwartz
Women's Division
Muriel Wolinsky
Brandeis
Barbara Wunsh
Women's Division
Peter D. Wunsh
Jewish Federation Board
Leon Young
Jewish Federation
Hilda Zell
Temple Beth Sholom
GeraldineZerden
B'nai B'rith Women
Gary Zwickel
Jewish Federation
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Organizations in
the News
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Boynton Beach Chapter 1523 is looking forward to the
annual "Children's Home Luncheon," to be held on
Tuesday, March 5, at the Boca Point Country Club.
Contact Millie Levine for tickets.
On Monday, March 11, there will be a Purim meeting at
Temple Beth Sholom at noon. Guest speaker Jack
Polinsky will speak on "Jewish Pride."
Masada Chapter's next general meeting will be held on
March 12 at the Chase Federal Bank in the Jefferson Mall
at 6:45 p.m. Guest speaker Anne Elman, administrator of
the Mid-County Medical Center Training School, will
address subject, "What Holistic Medicine is all about."
Olam Chapter announces that on Wednesday, March 6,
12 noon at the Challenger Clubhouse at Poinciana Golf
and Racquet Club in Lake Worth there will be a showing
of arts and crafts by members including knitwear,
needlepoint, paintings, etc., etc. The meeting will also
include election of officers for the coming year
Members of B'nai B'rith Women will be visiting
Ethiopian Jews at absorption centers March 3-17 in Israel
as part of the group's 1985 mission to Israel.
Phyllis Kimmel, Freda Fern, Ida Raush of Olam
Chapter will meet with Jewish Ethiopian men, women and
children who recently came to Israel from their famine-
stricken country.
B'NAI B'RITH
Youth Services Meeting on Sunday, March 3, 9:30 a.m.
to be held at the regular breakfast meeting of Lucerne
Lakes Lodge No. 3132 at the Senior Citizens Building, 2nd
St. and Dixie Highway, Lake Worth. Members of Hillel
attending colleges in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach
counties will participate.
BRANDE1S UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
The monthly general meeting of Boynton Beach Chapter
will be held on Monday, March 18, 12:30 p.m., at the
Royal Palm Clubhouse. Judith Temple will entertain with
"Poems I Have Loved."
On Monday, March 14 at 1 p.m. the Board of Directors
will meet at the home of Mart ha Sapir, Building II.
On Thursday, March 7, at 1 p.m., Dorothy Krefetz will
present a musical afternoon of "Otello" at the Royal Palm
Clubhouse.
The Current Events Study Group will meet at the home
of Lillian Wexler, Building 7 on Wednesday, March 13, at
1 p.m. The leader will be Clara Lang.
On Monday, March 25, 1 p.m.. Mary Helfand will
review "Midwife" by Ga> Courter at the Royal Palm
Clubhouse.
FREE SONS OF ISRAEL
Palm Beach Lodge No. 221 will hold its next meeting on
Friday, March 22, at the American Savings Bank. On
March 29, a card party will be held at Oriental Express.
Proceeds from its various ventures go towards Ethiopian
Jewry, the Holocaust Memorial and its "Toys For Tots"
drive.
HADASSAH
Henrietta Szold Group will hold a general membership
meeting on Thursday, March 14 tplease note change of
date) at the auditorium of Lakeside Village, Lillian Rd.
west of Congress Ave. in Palm Springs.
The speaker for the afternoon will be Ann Lynn Lipton,
Jewish education director of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach Couniv.
On Friday, March 8 at 8 p.m.. Lake Worth Chapter
which is comprised of Aliya, Chai, Lee V'assil and
Henrietta Szold groups, will celebrate their Annual
Hadassah Sabbath at Temple Beth Sholom, Lake Worth.
The entire service will be performed by the chapter
board members. Rabbi Eisenberg will give the invocation.
President Fanny Schwartz will lead the congregation as the
Rabbi, Goldie Bernstein and the Lee Vassil Choir chant the
liturgy.
Pauline Coler will depict the life of Jessie Sampter as her
sermon.
The entire community is invited to share in the service.
The Oneg Shabbat will be provided by the chapter.
Shalom West Palm Beach Chapter will participate in
Hadassah Shabbat services to be held on March 8, 8:15
p.m., at Congregation Anshei Sholom. The guest speaker
will be Rose Matzkin, past president of National
Hadassah.
On March 12, the Study Group will hold its third session
to continue discussion of Abba Eban's Heritage Series.
Call Ethel Roey for all education information.
A day at Hialeah races has been scheduled for March 12.
Continued on Page 11
Maria Levine To Highlight ORT Luncheo
The fourth annual donor
luncheon of the North Palm
Beach County Region of
Women's American ORT to
be held on March 7, 12 noon,
at The Breakers will feature a
Toledo, Ohio, native, Maria
Levine. She has been affiliated
with ORT for over 20 years,
most recently serving as a
national vice president and
national donor chairman.
Mrs. Levine is a member of
every major Jewish
organization and she is also a
sustaining member of the
Junior League. She is a
Maria Levine
I
delegate to the National
Jewtsh Community Relations
Advisory Council, a trustee of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
Board, past president of ih(
Toledo Board of Jewish
Education and past chairman
of the budget and allocations
committee of the United
Jewish Federation campaign
and is currently its secretary.
Chairpmon is Sylvia Biller
Sarah Filner will provide the
entertainment. For reser-
vations, contact the chapter
donor chairperson or Mrs
Biller.
Major Gift By David Katz To
Hie Jewish Community Day School
David Katz of Palm Beach
recently announced his gift of
$100,000 to the Jewish
Community Day School for
the establishment of the David
and Stella Katz Resource
Center. In accepting Katz's
gift. Dean Rosenbach,
president of the Day School,
noted, "Katz's donation
plants the seed for meeting a
long term community need.
We believe that the entire
Jewish Community of Palm
Beach County will benefit
tremendously from the
creation of the 'David and
Stella Katz Resource Cen-
ter.' "
Introduced to the goals and
aspirations of the Jewish
Community Day School by
Barry Berg, Adele and Ed
Kahn, and the Dardashti
family, Katz found the
school's mission to be well
coordinated with his own
feelings about Jewish life.
Born in Austria, David Katz
immigrated to Palestine
during his teenage years. After
a brief stay in the Jewish
homeland, he traveled to
Europe, where HIAS helped
him to make his way to the
United States from Paris. He
arrived in Palm Beach County
in 1926. "I fell in love with
Palm Beach because it was so
much like Tel Aviv," noted
Katz. Beginning his in-
volvement with the Jewish
community that numbered
only 35 other Jewish families
at the time, Katz became
involved with the building of
Temple Israel, on w hose board
he served for some 30 years.
During his 58 years in the
Palm Beach Jewish com-
munity, he also was a member
of Temple Beth El, a two-term
president of a local B'nai
B'rith chapter, president of
the United Jewish Appeal in
town, and co-chair of the
Jewish Welfare Board. He
currently serves as a member
of the advisory board of
Temple Emanu-El in Palm
Beach.
"When I visited the Day
School with Barry Berg, early
in September, I was really
touched by the enthusiasm of
the students," said Katz. "I
wanted to do something to
insure that these beautiful
children would be able to carry
on our wonderful Jewish
traditions into the next
generation." Katz, who
suffered the loss of his wife,
Stella, this past summer, felt
that the most meaningful way
for him to commemorate her
life and to help the students of
the Day School was to make
his gift, to serve as the
foundation for the establish-
ment of the David and Stella
Katz Resource Center at the
Jewish Community Day
School.
"The Jewish Community
Day School, approaching its
Bar Mitzvah year, has
established a reputation for
excellence in general and
Jewish education. Supported
by such eminent philan-
thropists of the quality of
Jewish communal life as
Benjamin S. Hornstein and
Robert D. Rapaport, the
school sees its mission as
building the foundation of the
next generation of
knowledgeable Jews. The
continued support of the
school by concerned in-
dividuals like David Katz
guarantees the future vitality
of the school and the com-
munity," stated Rosenbach.
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Close lo 100 students of Midrasha Judaica High
School recently participated in an Israel Night
assembly where they learned about programs
for teens in Israel. Some of the teenagers are
shown enjoying falafel, an Israeli "fast food."
?.?. ,hT" Bi!"y Harris "nd Nncy Farber
relate their experiences at High School in Israef.
Israel Night At Midrasha
Israel Steps Up Efforts To
Solve Economic Crisis:
Role For
U.S. Jews Seen
JERUSALEM Israel's
efforts to solve its economic
problems has entered a new
phase as the comprehensive
90-day freeze on wages, prices
and taxes is being replaced by
an eight-month program to
further limit costs and increase
revenues by some $600
million.
"Package B," as the
successor to the freeze is
known, was announced only
days after the cabinet
unanimously approved a $23
billion budget structure for the
fiscal year beginning April 1.
While the budget cannot
reduce debt service (38 per-
cent), it cuts defense spending
another $300 million (to below
30 percent). Discretionary
areas must be reduced at least
10 percent, including
humanitarian spending. A
government spokesman told
UJA Watch Desk, "We're not
through yet; more cuts are
planned."
Consumers will find
particularly painful lowered
price supports for basic foods
and utilities, and a three
percent automobile tax. They
will not obtain interest on
dollar-linked bank accounts
unless accounts are held for a
year a savings incentive.
Businesses face a 54
percent electricity rate rise and
a doubling of postal rates.
Labor will continue to
suffer and face wage rise
limits.
Israelis traveling abroad
Continued on Page 11
^haliach I ri Cohen [standing, second from
left] met with students who plan to go to
Israel in (he near future. Shown with them is
Nathan kosowski, chair of the Jewish
education committee of the Jewish
federation of Palm Beach Countv.

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Update.. .Opinion

By TOBY F. WILK
Research at Technion in
Israel has developed a suc-
cessful "concrete sandwich."
The new method reduces the
cost of road building by 30
percent, increases its lifespan
and improves its overall
sturdiness and durability. It
involves placing a layer of
sand between two layers of
concrete. This development
can revolutionize the way all
highways of the future will be
built.
Congressman Kemp views
aid to Israel as "security
assistance not only for Israel
but for the U.S. Israel
provides invaluable strategic
and military support, crucial
intelligence information as
well as research and technical
assistance. A strong Israel is in
the best interest of the U.S., a
weakened Israel would be the
best gift we could give the
Soviet Union and other anti-
American forces in the Mid-
East." Syria remains a
growing threat with its Soviet
support. As for Saudi Arabia,
their defense budget alone is
greater than the entire gross
national product of Israel.
In Haifa, the Rothschild
Hospital is accepting only
emergency cases because it has
run out of funds to replenish
its supplies of food, medicine,
fuel and spare parts for
equipment.
Dr. Joseph Mengele,
responsible for the murder of
400,000 Jews in Auschwitz
death camp, and horrendous
experiments on Jewish
children, has paid visits to
Italy where his wife lives. The
West German Government
applied to the Italian
government for the extradition
of this most notorious Nazi
alive, but has received no
response. Mengele has
traveled through the U.S.
where he has major properties.
Members of the Mengele
family, one of the wealthiest in
West Germany, held a reunion
in great secrecy in Bermuda.
Dr. Simon Wiesenthal, head
of the anti-Nazi documen-
tation center in Vienna, insists
that the hunt for Mengele will
continue because he should
stand trial not only because of
the terrible crimes he com-
mitted, but because he was a
witness of the terrifying events
which some people now try to
deny.
The growth in numbers and
dollars of PAC's has reached
frightening proportions. Their
influence threatens our
representative form of
government and dispropor-
tionately serves special interest
groups. Congress must be
urged to support the kind of
campaign finance reforms for
Congress that worked to clean
up the way our presidential
elections are financed. The
"For Sale" sign must come
down from the door of our
government.
Regular bread supplies to
the Israel Defense Force have
ceased because the Defense
Ministry doesn't have enough
money in its coffers to pay for
it. The managing director
whose bakery supplies 40
percent of the Army's bread
said the Defense Ministry
owed him 270,000 pounds,
and he was running out of
money to pay for flour. Also,
the Communications Ministry
says the Defense Ministry
owes tens of millions of
dollars to the National
Telecommunications Co.
which was due to begin
disconnecting non-essential
Defense Ministry telephones.
Rabbi Jackie Tabick is
Britain's first woman rabbi.
She is also chair of the
Assembly of Rabbis of the
Reform Synagogues of Great
Britain the first woman to
hold that post. Rabbi
"Jackie" is also a Rebbitzin.
Her husband is associate
minister of a synagogue in
Harrow, England.
Seventeen of the 34 senators
up for election are from the
critical Senate Foreign
Relations and Appropriations
committees. Support for our
friends in Congress is urgently
needed. The stakes are high.
We cannot abandon the
political field to the Arab
lobby.
President Reagan has
suggested that the Soviets join
in promoting peace in the Mid-
East. The Soviets consistently
back Syria, Libya and the
PLO diplomatically and
militarily, and still refuse to
restore diplomatic ties with
Israel. The Kremlin's incessant
propaganda at home and
abroad of the "Zionism equals
Racism" slander, its anti-
Semitic repression and its
support in the UN to
delegitimize Israel doesn't
qualify them to participate in
the peace process. The ob-
jective of the Soviet Union is
less to increase chances for
real peace than it is to increase
their influence in the Mid-East
and diminish that of the U.S.
Working for peace entails
trust. Any dialogue with the
USSR must ensure that they be
held to agreements such as the
Declaration of Human Rights
and the Helsinki Accords
which the Soviets signed but
violate.
The enlarged Syrian army is
better equipped than
heretofore due to vast
quantities of upgraded
weapons from the Soviet
Union. New Soviet missiles
have a range of 75 miles and
can carry nuclear or chemical
warheads which could strike
just north of Tel Aviv or
Jerusalem. Approximately
7000 Soviet personnel remain
in Syria. Surface-to-air
missiles reportedly are tied
into the Soviets' own com-
mand systems. Syria hopes to
replace Egypt as the most
important Arab armed force,
with the ultimate objective of
destroying Israel.
The budget proposed to the
Israeli Cabinet by Finance
Minister Modai includes a one
billion dollar reduction in
subsidies to maintain low
prices tor food. tran-
sportation, electricity and
other utilities. If adopted, the
cost of a bus ride w ould rise by
40 percent. Prices for bread,
chicken, milk and eggs would
double. Electricity costs would
rise by 60 percent and gas by
30 percent. The budget
foresees a S250 million cut
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from defense and $85 million
from health services. If the
budget is approved, unem-
ployment will rise 7 percent.
All of this would produce a
serious reduction in the Israeli
standard of living.
Ze'ev Chafets is the author
of "Double Vision: How the
Press Distorts America's
Views of the Middle East."
Chafets dealt daily with the
international press corps
covering the Middle East, and
concludes in this book that
media coverage of the Mid-
East was seriously flawed. He
states that through in
timidation and even murder
PLO factions and the Syrian
occupation army herded the
media into self-censorship. He
writes that the Western press
corps in Lebanon, based in
PLO-controlled West Beirut
came to be known as
"Arafat's Best Battalion." |n
the case of a small vulnerable
nation like Israel, dependent
on support of public opinion
in the free world, such
distorted media coverage is
exceptionally dangerous.
In Celebration
The Harbour House, in
celebration of their 10th
anniversary of involement on
behalf of the State of Israel
Bond Organization, will be
holding a cocktail reception at
the home of Sylvia and Harold
Haymes on Mar. 6, at 4 p.m.
to6 p.m.
In recognition of continued
support of State of Israel
Bonds the following Harbour
House residents will receive a
special award at this 10th
anniversary reception: Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Copelon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haymes,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hoffeni
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Korn,
Mrs. Ida Rapaport, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Roth, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Segaloff, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Steir, Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Suchman,
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Gladstone.
Mrs. Samuel Herman is
serving as the coordinator of
this event. Jerome Gleekel,
noted authority on Israel and
the Middle East, will be the
guest speaker.
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To Honor Senwebel and Levy
Friday, March 1,1986/The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 9
M. Mac Schwebel and
Samuel J. Levy of Palm Beach
and New York will be honored
jointly by Temple Emanu-El
of Palm Beach and the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America at the temple's an-
nual seminary brunch to be
held Sunday, Mar. 17. Chair
of the brunch is Jonas
Barenholtz.
Schwebel, a distinguished
lawyer, is a leader in the
United Jewish Appeal, Israel
Bonds Organization and the
American Jewish Committee.
With Levy, he founded the
Solomon Schechter School of
Westchester and played a large
part in the construction of the
White Plains Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Levy, a prominent
businessman, is equally in-
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need for a strong therapy
support group. Involvement in
a support group can enable
one to understand the issues
and feelings associated with
the divorce process.
Recent divorcees encounter
feelings of denial, lonliness,
guilt, rejection, as well as
anger and grief. Other con-
cerns include dating,
parenting, rebuilding trust
again and sexuality.
The ending of a marriage
may be the greatest emotional
pain one will experience. It is
necessary to work through the
anger and grieving emotions in
order to explore new patterns
of living.
For those who have
children, there is a need to
learn new parenting skills and
help their children adjust to
the separation.
These concerns and others
will be explored and discussed
in a therapy support group for
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parents by the Jewish Family
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Susan Simon, MSW, at 684-
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Two checks of $500 each were presented on behalf of the Free
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Secular Approach To Friendly Visiting
Last week the religious
approach to "friendly
visiting" was highlighted. In
this issue Murray Kern looks
at the secular side.
EDNA ZEITS
AT KENNEDY HOSPITAL
By MURRAY KERN
Chaplain Aide Edna Zeits
leaves the religious side of
'friendly visiting,' for the most
part, to the rabbi. At John F.
Kennedy where she does
'friendly visiting' she may at
times assist a patient in prayer
or leave a leaflet that contains
appropriate prayers.
However, when spiritual
guidance is indicated she will
refer to Rabbi Sherman. If the
patient is affiliated with a local
house of worship, she will call
the rabbi concerned.
Trim, pert soft spoken
Edna, approaches 'friendly
visiting' from the social side,
utilizing her experience at New
York Hospital, a facility with
1100 beds and 600 volunteers,
where she had been associate
director of volunteers. Her
professionalism is concealed in
a warm, friendly, interested
demeanor that says, "I am
listening." In her opinion
'listening' is the essence of
'friendly visiting' at hospitals.
She says that children of
patients (90 percent of the
people she visits are elderly)
sometimes do not hear their
parents' complaints either
because they are weary of
listening or are taken up with
problems ot their own. They
may react badly to what they
hear. There are times when a
patient's illness may be
aggravated because of long-
standing estrangement bet-
ween child and parent and
.ommunication may become
difficult. The fresh face of a
friendly visitor' often helps
ease a tense situation. Even
i
Ambassador Naphtali Lavie,
consul general of Israel in New
York, will he the guest of
honor and speaker at the
fourth annual Bar-Ilan
I'niversity Palm Beach
Reception at the home of Lee
Lavitt, on March 7 at 5 p.m.
The announcement was made
by Lee Lavitt. Palm Beach
community leader, who is
chair of the Palm Beach
Committee.
The Lt. Col. Netanyahu B'nai
B'rith Lodge and the State of
Israel Bond Committee
recently announced that
William Bernard Sandier will
be the honoree at a cocktail
reception on March 3 at the
Barclay. Eddie Schaffer, a
humorist, will be the special
guest at the testimonial.
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Edna Zeits
friends, who can supply an
important ingredient in the
recovery of patients,
sometimes fail in their effort
to communicate.
"Visitors," she says "are
inclined to be sorrowfull.
Conversation often centers
around the patient's illness or
treatment at the hospital."
Edna finds that when she
enters the room in these
circumstances, the talk turns
to her work, the visitor
assumes a new attitude and
more cheerful repartee may
ensue.
In Palm Beach, a retirement
and vacation community,
'friendly visiting' is especially
significant. Edna Zeits cites a
not uncommon occurrence
an apparently healthy retiree
suddenly suffers a stroke.
Children are hurriedlv
summoned to the hospital
from long distances.
Distressed, helpless,
frightened and sometimes
guiltful, the children are
uncertain of their part in the
situation. Professionals may
be too busy to hold their
hands, figuratively speaking.
At such times, the friendly
visitor may alleviate the family
anguish by listening, offering
a reassuring word, and
pointing out local agencies
that may be of help.
families of patients often
unburden themselves to Edna
at the hospital. Spouses of
patients, particularly, share
their concerns with her, not
only about the patients, but
their own future. They even
disclose iheir financial con-
cerns. One of the most
disheartening situations is thai
Waldman
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Of the vacationer or
prospective retiree visitor who
falls ill or meets with an ac-
cident. Family and friends are
not available. In such
situations especially, the face
of the 'friendly visitor' is a
welcome sight.
The process of visiting a
patient is usually brief. The
condition of the patient is
checked with the floor nurse
before entering the room.
However, Edna recalled an
incident when she was locked
in a room for a half hour,
because the hall floors were
being waxed. She and the
patient became fast friends.
Another time she played the
part of courier between
husband and wife who were
both bed-ridden in different-
sections of the same hospital.
She felt like Cupid, a means of
exchange for the love notes
between the two.
Edna spent many years as
director of publicity and
public relations for Prentice-
Hall in New Jersey. She is
married to Elliot Zeits, who
has been active in the real
estate business in New York.
They live in Palm Beach.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove St., West Palm Beach, FL. 33409
(In Century Village)
You Are Cordially Invited Jo Celebrate
THE PASSOVER SEDERS
Being Sponsord By Our Congregation On
APRIL 5 and 6
Officiating Will Be: RABBI ISAAC VANDER WALDE,
CANTOR MORDECAI SPEKTOR, and
RITUAL DIRECTOR MORRIS SHAPIRO.
Join Us In Celebrating This Festive Occasion With
All Rituals And Traditions Observed.
For Reservations Please Call Our Congregation Office:
684-3212 Or Call 686-5936
AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY
2 Thornton Road. U nit hum. \lnssm-hus.-t is 111'I.VI (6171891-8110
ANNUAL PALM BEACH WINTER MEETING 1985
You Are Invited To Attend
FRIDAY. MARCH 1
10:00 a.m. Silent Film, His People (1925) Starring
Rudolph Schildkraut
Cong. Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach
8:00 p.m. Shabbat Services
Speaker: Prof. Henry L. Feingold
Professor of History, Baruch College of the
CUNY, and Chairman. Academic Council,
American Jewish Historical Society
Address: "Whatever Happened to
Jewish Consensus?: Reflections
on the 1984 Election."
Temple Beth David
4657 Hood Road
Palm Beach Gardens
8:00 p.m. Shabbat Services
Speaker: Dr. Malcolm H. Stern
Trustee, American Jewish Historical
Society
Address: "How and Why the Jews Survived"
Temple Judea
St. Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church
Social Hall
4000 Washington Rd. at Southern Blvd.
West Palm Beach
8:15 p.m. Shabbat Services
Speaker: Prof. Samuel Proctor
Professor of History, University of Florida,
and member of the Academic Council,
American Jewish Historical Society
Address: "The Jews of Florida"
Cong. Anshei Sholom
8:30 p.m. Shabbat Services
Speaker: Ruth B. Fein
President, American Jewish Historical
Society
Address: "The Coming of Age of American
Jewry"
Temple Emanu-El
190 N. County Road
Palm Beach
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
Shabbat Kiddush Luncheon
Speaker: Prof. Henry L. Feingold
Address: "The United States and
the Holocaust"
Temple Beth David
SUNDAY, MARCH 3
2-5 p.m. Workshops
Oral History and Jewish Genealogy
"Your Role in Making History Come Alive
Dr. Malcolm H. Stern, Jewish Genealogy
Prof. Samuel Proctor, Oral History
Temple Israel
1901 N.Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
ALL EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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ganizations
Continued from Page 6
Ine Fermaglich is taking reservations.
Tikvah West Palm Beach Chapter is having a general
rmbership meeting on March 18, 12:30 p.m., at
)ngrcgation Anshei Sholom.
Spend Passover with Tikvah on April 4 to 14 at the
fa Gull Hotel in Miami Beach. Make reservations now.
On April 15 the chapter is sponsoring a Regency Spa
loliday.
LABOR ZIONIST ALLIANCE POALE-ZION
The Palm Beach County Chapter Purim program for
srael Histadrut scholarships will be held on Wednesday,
larch 6, 1 p.m., at the American Savings Bank.
Guest speaker will be Helen Furman, longtime resident
|n Israel and former associate director at radio station
VI YD. Yaacov Sassi, Israeli folksinger, will entertain.
Hametitashen and coffee. Donation $2.
JEWISH WAR VETERANS
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans No.
1408 will hold its regular meeting and installation of officers
[on Monday, March 11,9:30a.m., at the American Savings
Bank, West Gate of Century Village. Edith Morgano,
'president of the Broward-Palm Beach County Council,
will be ihe installing officer.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
Okeechobee Section will hold their next membership
meeting on Thursday, March 21 at the American Savings
Bank, Westgate, 12:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Ann
Lipton, Jewish Education director of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County. Her subject will be
intermarriage.
On March 15 there will be an ANS luncheon and card
party at Christines. For information call Dorothy Samuels,
Wellington J-370. An outrigger cruise and lunch will be
held on April 19 at Frances Langford. For information call
Ruth Strauss, Somerset 1-123 or Maxihe Foster, Can-
terbury A-4.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
Covered Bridge Chapter, Lake Worth, will meet at their
Clubhouse, Covered Bridge Blvd., on Thursday, March 7
at 12:30 p.m.
Oscar Goldstein, Jewish humorist, will entertain.
On Tuesday, March 19, there will be a pizza luncheon at
the New York Pizza Restaurant, Lake Worth and Jog
Roads, at 12 noon.
Door prizes will be given.
For tickets and information see Tessie DeMaria at the
Clubhouse on MWF at 10 a.m. to 12 noon or call her.
Poinciana Chapter will hold their annual spring supper
dance at the Poinciana Golf and Racquet Club, Poinciana
Room. March 9 at 7:30 p.m.
Music h> Joe Thomas. Members and friends are invited.
I "i reservations call Coro Bolog, Leah Simon or Sadie
Rosenberg.
I he Royal Chapter will hold its meeting at the Village
Hall in Royal Palm Beach at 12:30 p.m. on March 11.
Hj lacoln, world traveler and college lecturer will speak
on "Where On Phis Earth?", a guide to the world's most
rewarding experiences, where our most spectacular natural
wonders are, and people with the most unusual customs.
On Sunday, March 24, the Chapter will have a rummage
sale under the trees on Southern Blvd., Royal Palm Beach
between K a.m. and 4 p.m. Miriam Korder is chairing the
e\ en i.
PIONEER WOMEN-NA'AMAT
Theodore llerzl Club will hold a Purim meeting on
March ". I p.m., at the Lake Worth Shuffleboard Courts, .
ll-ll ucerne Ave. Entertainment will be a Purim play by
'he children of the Jewish Community Day School.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL
Sabra Chapter will hold its next meeting on March 5, 1
P-rn., ai the Sunrise Saving and Loan Association, on
Military frail and Gun Club Road. The speaker for the
afternoon will be Julie Feldman, of Channel 5. There will
"c a mini luncheon with homemade cake and sandwiches.
Reservations may be made for the Passover weekend, at
YIDDISH CULTURE
On March 5, the Century Village Group will present
weir annual Purim program. Lydia King, vocalist, wjll
Pcrlorm an assortment of songs, accompanied by Jerry
Sarretta at the piano. Rabbi Alan Sherman, chaplain of
ne Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, will speak
on the "Significance of Purim."
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Michael Zimmerman and
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nounce the birth of their
daughter, Orli Kate, on Feb.
19 at Good Samaritan
Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs.
13 ozs. and was over 20" long.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shapiro
of Lake Worth and great-
grandparent is Mrs. Jenny
Shapiro of Waltham, Mass.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Zimmerman
of Danbury, Conn, and great-
grandparent is Mrs. Irene
Eisemann of Kansas City, Mo.
Cantor Shapiro is the cantor
at Temple Beth El in West
Palm Beach. Zimmerman is a
board member of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County and served as chair of
the Leadership Development
program.
Economic
Continued from Page 5
will pay higher fees and taxes,
to encourage vacations at
home and retain dollar-
currency in Israel; foreign
currency reserves are low, $2.3
billion.
Inflation may drop to a still-
enormous 200 percent a year,
from 800 percent projected
Nov. 4 when controls were
imposed, but at high cost. The
living standard, which already
declined in 1984, may drop
even further in 1985. Many
businesses have failed,
housing starts have fallen and
unemployment has climbed
all recessionary signs.
The government has called
on the Jewish Agency to in-
cease its role in all areas of its
responsibility. But the agency
will be able to help only if we
do. All Israelis share in the
struggle to rebuild their
economy and U.S. Jews must
help, through the United
Jewish Appeal-Community
Campaign. Contact the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, 832-2120, for more
information.
JCC News
THE GREAT PURIM HAPPENING
Come to the town of Shushan on Thursday, March 7.
The location is the Jewish Community Center, 2415
Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. Bring a picnic
dinner (kosher style) and at 5 p.m. the Purim Festivities
will begin.
Queen Esther will reign supreme, King Ahasuerus will
receive Mordecai and mean Haman will be put where he
belongs.
Come in costume come as you are. Be prepared to
enjoy a costume parade, to make groggers, partake of
Hamantashen, Purim treats and beverage. A special Purim
shpiel will be presented and surprise entertainment for the
children.
The fee for the evening is $3 for adults and $1.50 for
children.
For additional information, please call 689-7700.
FORK AND K
The Singles Pursuits (35-55) of the Jewish Community
Center of the Palm Beaches are invited to enjoy coffee and
conversation in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. This will
be an opportunity to exchange ideas, chat or just enjoy a
"kasual kibbutz." This will be a bimonthly event. The first
will take place Tuesday, March 5. Please call the host,
Mike, at 626-4021 and for the second which will take place
Thursday, March 26. Please call the hostess, Barbara at
842-3516.
PERSONAL FINANCIAL STRATEGIES
Young Singles (21-35) of the Jewish Community Center
will be meeting at the Center, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd.,
West Palm Beach on Tuesday March 5 at 8 p.m. to learn
how to create, expand and conserve capital. The National
Planning Corp. will be informing the group of all the
innovative ways to achieve one's goals. Learn the financial
opportunities available today.
All are welcome. No admission fee.
WOMEN FOR WOMEN TO WOMEN
Women, t*his day is for you!
Sunday, March 24, women from all over will gather at
Camp Shalom (Belvedere Rd., one mile west of the tur-
npike) to feast their minds and bodies. The committee of
women are hard at work to assure all of an exciting,
stimulating day.
At present workshops to choose from are such as
Women's Legal Rights; Self Defense; Adult Mother-
Daughter Relationships; Super Women-Juggling Roles;
Supportive Systems For Mothers of Exceptional Children,
plus fun activities like a Creative Art Experience; Bringing
Shabbot Into The Home; Food Making of Crepes and
Home Made Pies plus much more will be available.
While enjoying lunch one will also feast upon the music
of two flautists.
The work of woman artisans will be on display and-or
sale.
Mark your calendar, this will be a day not to miss! Call
Harreen at 689-7700 for additional information.
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Senior News
FROM THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation is available
in our designated area for
persons 60 years of age or over
who do not use public tran-
sportation. We take people to
treatment centers, doctors'
offices, to hospitals, nursing
homes to visit spouses, to
social service agencies and
nutrition centers. There is no
fee for this service, but parti-
cipants are encouraged to
contribute their fair share.
There is a great demand for
this service, so please make
your reservations in advance.
For information or reserva-
tions, call 689-7703 Monday
through Friday.
HOT KOSHER LUNCH
CONNECTION
Many elements combine to
make the Hot Kosher Lunch
Program at the Jewish Com-
munity Center a success. Fore-
most among these is the
opportunity to form new and
lasting friendships.
Each weekday, seniors
gather for intimate talk,
educational discussions, game
playing, leisure and song.
These activities are followed
by a hot, kosher, nutritious
lunch served with warmth and
hospitality by our dedicated
volunteers. There is no set fee,
but persons are asked to make
a contribution each meal.
On Friday, Feb. 22, the JCC
celebrated the second an-
niversary of its Kosher Meals
Program.
Menu and program for the
week of March 4 through
March 8
Monday Games
Orange Juice, Stuffed
Peppers, Mashed Potatoes,
Glazed Carrots, Cookies,
Italian Bread
Tuesday Fitness Over 50
with Bea Bunze
Orange Juice, Sliced Turkey
with Giblet Gravy, Rice,
Broccoli, Mixed Fruit, Rye
Bread
Wednesday Grapefruit
Juice, Fish Fillet, Rice, Green
Beans, Peaches, Pumpernickle
Bread
Thursday Pineapple
Juice, Macaroni with Meat
Tomato Sauce, Tossed
Greens, Sliced Carrots, Apple,
Whole Wheat Bread
Friday Jerry Fieldstene
Yiddish Music
Orange Juice, Chicken
Paprika with Tomato Sauce,
Rice, Carrots Tzimmes, Mixed
Fruit, Challah Bread
Please come and join us.
For information and reser-
vations (which must be made
in advance) call Carol or
Lillian at 689-7703 in West
Palm Beach.
HOME
DELIVERED MEALS
Persons who are
homcbound and need a
Kosher meal please call for
' information. Call Carol in
! Wesi Palm Beach at 689-7703.
1 ADLLT EDUCATION
CLASSES
The Palm Beach Couni>
School Board Adult
Community Education
provides instruction for a
variety of classes throughout
the year. The winter session
has just ended. New classes
will begin April 1.
ONGOING CLASSES
Arts and Crafts Mondays
1:30-3 p.m. An active group
meets each week for crafts and
conversation. Group Leaders:
Lee Bluementhal, Evelyn
Katz.
Timely Topics-Round Table
Discussion Tuesday 1:15-3
p.m. A stimulating group
for men and women who love
to discuss and listen to various
topics of the day.
Moderators for March:
March 5, Bob Fisher; March
19, Carl Martin; March 26,
Sylvia Skolnick.
Speakers Club Thursdays
10-11:30 a.m. A former
toastmaster's group enjoy
making and learning the art of
public speaking. Frances
Sperber, president.
Fitness Over 50 Bea
Bunze, instructor, teaches an
outstanding class every
Tuesday at 11 a.m. Persons
learn the art of relaxation
through proper breathing and
exercise.
Health Insurance Assistance
Edie Reiter, Insurance
Coordinator. Edie assists
persons with health insurance
forms and answers questions
every third Thursday of the
month at 2 p.m. Please call
689-7703 to make an ap-
pointment.
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Second Tuesday Council,
invites everyone to attend. An
educational program or
special entertainment is always
scheduled. Learn, socialize
and enjoy. Everyone invited.
SECOND TUESDAY
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Sabena Gottschalk and her
active council are always
planning enjoyable activities.
They go to the Lido Spa in
Miami twice a year for a
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No fee for these activities.
Make your reservations now
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Taylor, who served as a,
prosecutor at the Nuremberg
War Crimes Tribunal and the
recent conference in Jerusalem
on Mengele's crimes, as well as
representatives of the
departments of State and
Justice.
The Justice Department
announced that it will conduct
an investigation into the
whereabouts of Mengele.
Similarly, it was announced in'
Ottawa that an independent
commission has been app.
pointed to investigate Nazi
war criminals living in
Canada.
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Senator Paula Hawkins To Address National Israel Bond Reception
The National State of Israel
Rnnd Cocktail Reception will chair this
k" held on March 3 at the Tillis, president
Ibc
Ihome o
Mrs. Arnold (Biddie)
Kramer. Mrs. Kramer will co-
event with Gilbert
of the Tilles
Investment Company. Sen.
Paula Hawkins
featured speaker.
will be the
Danny Siege!
Continued from Page 3
rayerbook supplements and
has appeared on "The Eternal
Light" program sponsored by
Jewish Theological
Iseminary of America.
Siegel originated a tzedakah
Iproject in 1974 during a trip to
llsrael. His friends had given
him money to give to charity,
as is the custom. Once there he
(distributed the money on an
Individual basis to those he
(discovered had a need and
|were not funded by other
projects. This tzedakah
custom has since grown into a
tax-exempt foundation called
the Ziv Tzedakah Fund.
Siegel's devotion to
Jtzedakah stems from his
Knowledge of Bible and
Talmud. After receiving a
bachelor of science degree in
(comparative literature from
L'olumbia University, he went
on to study Bible and Talmud
at the Teacher's Institute of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary where he earned his
(bachelor's in Hebrew
(literature. He continued his
studies at the Rabbinical
iSchool of the Jewish
theological Seminary and was
bearded a master's in Hebrew
literature.
for more information
(contact Lynne Ehrlich,
Women's Division director, at
(the federation office 832-
tl20,
Danny Siegel
In 1984 Biddie Kramer was
honored for distinguished
achievement and participation
in major philanthropic and
communal endeavors at the
Eleanor Roosevelt Centennial
Dinner at the Breakers where
she received the first Eleanor
Roosevelt Centennial Award.
A member of the Board of
Governors of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem and a
Vice President of its American
Friends, Mrs. Kramer was
presented with the Scopus
Award in recognition of her
outstanding service to the
University.
She is a member of the
Board of the Weitzman
Institute of Science and has
served as Chair of the
Women's Division of the
United Jewish Appeal in New
York City and in Palm Beach.
Tillis has served as chair of
the Master Plan Committee of
the Town of North Hemstead
and has- been cited for
Senator Hawkins Biddie Kramer
Gilbert Tillis
"distinguished leadership" by
the Long Island Commercial
Review and as the "out-
standing real estate developer
of the year" by the Long
Island Board of Realtors.
In addition to his leadership
in the Israel Bond program, he
is national vice chair of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, a member of
the Board of Trustees of Long
Island Jewish Hospital and of
the Associate Board of
Trustees of North Shore
Hospital.
United States Senator
Hawkins was the first woman
Florida has sent to the United
States Senate. She serves on
three Senate Committees:
Foreign Relations;
Agriculture, Nutrition and
Forestry; and Labor and
Human Resources. She also
serves on nine subcommittees,
two of which she chairs: the
Labor and Human Resources
Subcommittee on Alcoholism
and Drug Abuse, and the
Agricultural Credit and Rural
Electrification Subcommittee.
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DEVOTED TO DISCUSSION OF THEMES AND ISSUES RELEVANT TO JEWISH UFE. FAST AND PRESENT
Purim Evokes Memories Of Soviet Jews
By RABBI
HOWARD SHAPIRO
Temple Israel
There are those who say that
the Book of Esther is fiction.
It is not historically verifiable;
it is not factually correct. They
are not wrong, but they are
also not right.
The Scroll of Esther, from
which we take the story of
Purim, is unfortunately too
true. I know it, because last
year at this time I lived it with
the Jews of Russia.
It is hard to believe that last
Purim I was in the Soviet
Union, visiting with
Refuseniks, sitting with them,
witnessing their faith and
courage, their stamina and
integrity. The faces of the
children stand out in my mind.
The laughter of the parents,
who had little to be happy
about, rings in my ears. I am
with them at every and any
moment. They are part of my
conscious and subconscious
Jewish living.
This year has been hard for
them. New and oppressive
enactments by the authorities
have made their lives harsher
and their hopes dimmer.
Anthony Lewis, New York
Times Columnist, has
reported, "The Soviets have
begun another anti-Semitic
campaign." I am not sure
"another" is appropriate. I
believe it is probably more
accurate to say, "The Soviets
have intensified their constant
campaign of anti-Semitism."
Not that it matters.
Rabbi Howard Shapiro
The facts are: Hebrew
teachers are once more targets
for the police, students of
Hebrew have their books and
teaching materials con-
fiscated. Trumped up charges
such as mailbox tampering,
stepping on flowers and illegal
possession of ammunition,
have been made agaisnt Voru
Kholmyansky this month
alone.
In the past year, less than
900 Jews were allowed to leave
the Soviet Union. The brutal
campaign against Hebrew
teachers has even more sinister
overtones. It suggests that the
authorities want to stifle and
snuff out all Jewish tradition.
I see the Jews of Russia.
They are reading from the
Megillah. It is hard for them
to find ihe humor in the story.
It is not hard for them to know
who Haman is.
The story of Purim is no
legend. The ama/ing thing is
that the Refuseniks still do
have faith and still believe in
Miracles.
This Purim, remember them
with your deeds. The Book of
Esther ends with Mordecai
writing a letter to all the Jews
in all the provinces of King
Ahasuerus, telling them of
how sorrow was turned to joy
and mourning 10 a festival.
Write as Mordecai wrote.
Write your congressmen.
Write your senators, write a
Russian Jewish family, tell
them we care, we are con-
cerned and want to help.
Klevans Are Honored
Shirley and Julius Klevai
were recently named as the
honorees for the Poinciana
Place State of Israel Bond
breakfast to be held on March
1-7 at the Challenger Country
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Enjoy A Strictly Kosher
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April 5,1985

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Julius and Shirley Klevan
Club.
Shirley and Julius Klevan
retired to Florida from New
York seven years ago. They
have two children and three
grandchildren.
Shirley Klevan has been an
active member of many
organizations.She is a life
member of Hadassah, member
of B'nai B'rith Women, ORT,
UJA, and the Israel Bond
campaign.
Julius Klevan taught high
school and college math prior
to going into the retail
business in New York. Upon
retiring to Florida, Klevan
became a very involved
member of the community. He
is a past vice president of B'nai
B'rith and now serves as
program and membership
chair. He recently served as
co-chair for the Poinciana
Place Federation-UJA
campaign and is active in the
Israel Bond campaign.
Shirley and Julius Klevan
stated, "Retirement from
business does not mean
retirement from life and
community." The Klevans
plan continued involvement in
activities that aid in making
the Palm Beaches a better
place to live.
Candle Lighting Time
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Religious Directory
Conservative
CONGREGATION ANSHEI SHOLOM: 5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212. Rabbi Isaac
Vander Walde. Cantor Mordecai Spektor. Daily: 8:30 a.m.
and 5:30 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m.. 5 p.m. and a late service at 8:15
p.m., followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday: 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m.,
Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH OF BO\NTON BEACH:
501 N.E. 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach 33435. Phone 586-9428.
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin, Cantor Arthur R. Rosenwasaer.
Monday 8:30 ajn.; Thursday 8:30 a.m. Sabbath services,
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
GOLDEN LAKES TEMPLE: 1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.,
West Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-9430. Rabbi Joseph
Speiser. Daily Services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Sabbath
services Friday M5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m., 5 p.m.. Mincha
followed by Sholosh Suedos.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID: 4657 Hood Road, Palm Beach
Gardens 33410. Phone 694-2350. Rabbi William Marder,
Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 2815 No. Flagier Dr.. West Palm
Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339. Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch,
Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan 8:15 a.m.. Sunday and
Legal Holidays 9a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 315 N. "A" Street. Lake Worth
33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg. Cantor
Jacob Elman. Services Monday and Thursday 8:15 a.m.,
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM: 224 N.W. Avenue G, Belk
Glade 33430. Sabbath services Friday, 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-
3886.
TEMPLE BETH ZION: Lions Club, 700 Camelia Dr.. Royal
Palm Beach. Mailing Address: POBox 104, 660 Royal Palm
Blvd., Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411. Sabbath Services Friday 8
p.m., Saturday 8:45 a.m. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Phone 793-
9122.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB: 2177 So. Congress Ave.. West Palm
Beach 33406. Phone 433-5957. Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman.
Sabbath services. Friday 8 p.m., Saturday and Holidays 9a.m..
Monday and Thursday 9 a.m.
*
TEMPLE EMANUEL: 190 North County Road, Palm Beach
33480. Phone 832-0804. Rabbi Joel Chazin, Cantor David
Dardashti. Sabbath services, Friday 8:30 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.
THE TREASURE COAST JEWISH CENTER Ben
Abraham: 3257 S.E. Salerno Road, Port Salerno. Rabbi
Abraham Rose. 1-287-8833. Services Friday evenings 8 p.m.
LAKE WORTH JEWISH CENTER: St. Luke's United
Methodist Chapel. 165 Ohio Road, Lake Worth. Phone 433
1869. Friday night serivces 8:15 p.m.. Saturday, 9 a.m.
Orthodox
CONGREGATION AITZ CHAIM: Century Village. West
Palm Beach. Phone 689-4675. Sabbath services 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Reform
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL: 1692 FloresU, P.O. Box
867146. Port St. Lucie, FL 33462. Friday night services 8 p.m-
Saturday morning 10:30 a.m. Phone 466-6977.
THE REFORM TEMPLE OF JUPITER TEQI4ESTA: at
Jupiter High School. Military Trail, Jupiter. Malting address:
Plaza 222, U.S. No. 1, Tequesta 33468. Phone. 747-4236. Rabbi
Alfred L. Friedman. Services Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL: 4600 Oleander Avenue. Fort Pierce, FL
33450. Phone 461-7428.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM: St. Helens Pariah Hall, 20th
Avenue and Victory Blvd.. Vero Beech 32960. mailing address:
P.O. Boa 2113, Vero Beech, FL 32961-2118. RabbiWchard D.
Messing. Phone 1-569-0180.
TSSf&Sl TORAH: Wellington Elementary School,
13000 Paddock Dr.. Wait Palm Beech. Mailing address: P.O.
Box 17008. West Palm Beach. FL 33406. Friday amrvieai 8:16
p.m. Rabbi Steven R. Westman. Phone 798-2700.
TEMPLE ISRAEL: 1901 No. Flagier Dr.. Wee* Pelio Beach
33407. Phone 833-8421. Rabbi Howard Shapiro. Cantorial
Soloist Susan Weiss. Sabbath services, Friday 8 p.m.
TEMPLE JUDEA: aft St. Catharine's Greek Orthodox Church
Social Hall. 4000 Washington Rd.. at Southern Boulevard.
SSrVi0- hl^St Cantor Ann Newman. Mailing addraai:
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Friday. March 1, 1985 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 15
iagogue News
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
rhe congregation will
konsor two traditional
fcsover Sedorun, April 5 and
j under the supervision of
|,hhi Isaac Vander Walde,
Entor Mordecai Spektor and
iiual Director Morris
hapiro.
J New china dishes and
latware have been purchased,
he food and service will be
L best available. Committee
[embers are seated in the
L|n of the synagogue
londa) through Friday, from
MO a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to take
nervations.
I Due to limited seating, early
feervations are suggested.
i for more information call
fnagogue office.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Temple Beth El has two
Ilpan (conversational
jcbreu) classes meeting
feekly. One class, "Inter-
[icdiatc." meets on Monday
fenings from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Jtn teacher Rcnee Seal
langc. The second class is
eld on Tuesday afternoons
pom 1:45 p.m. to 4 p.m. with
Florence I'ocl, and is an
Intermediate Beginners"
[lass. New students are invited
call Ruth Levow at the
jtmplcoffice for information.
CONGREGATION
HI III KODESH
The Sisterhood will hold a
Jteeting on Tuesday, March 5,
12:3(1 p.m., at Congregation
Icih Kodesh. Guest speaker
Till be Dr. Robert K.
I s o Ir o m clinical
IsNehologist, who will talk on
iHow To Look Better And
Live Longer." An invitation is
Ixtcndcd also to non-
Jiembers. (Please note change
II dale from the regular time
|l the month).
On March 10, a four-day
lacation has been reserved at
fegency Spa Bal Harbour,
1iami Beach. Since there are a
Imited number of rooms,
pure reservations at once.
fall Esther Masarik or Betty
loth.
The Passover Seder chairs
Ire now taking reservations
>' April 5, which includes
loshei Passover dinner, wine,
patuiiics and Passover ser-
l's. Contact Tillie and
Mron Golden or Bess
Mpcrn. Reservations will
|lose by March 15.
rhe Scandinavian trip is
PJeduled for July 4. This is a
p*day trip and includes many
features two meals daily.
|.ru'scs, dinner parties and
I'gmseemg. For reservations
PJ more information call
ply Roth and-or Miriam
fPPelbaum.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
ilhi Sis,erlood will hold its
[Paid up" membership
PKheon on Wednesday,
Jarch 6 a. 12:30 p.m. Charles
nrfr" harmon'ca virtuoso.
company will entertain.
ni.r. .more '"formation
Pan;3" EStU r Dr0thy
lurim |isfernod is holding a
lm DaJe on March 10 at 7
trvM Tfr,eshmen,s wil1 ^
fan k T,cke,s ar $3 each and
C obtained by calling
P'Shepard or Hilda Zell.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
Purim night on Wednesday,
March 6, will be celebrated at
the Temple.
The Megillah w ill be read bv
president Jacob Frant. Rabbi
Morris Silberman will talk on
the significance of the holiday.
A program for the occasion,
under the direction of Martin
Kroshinsky, is planned. The
traditional hamentashen will
be provided by Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kupcrschmid on the
occasion of their anniversary.
The temple will honor
Gladys Elkin, current
president of the Sisterhood,
and Rhca Rosenthal at a
testimonial dinner on March
3. 4:30 p.m. at the temple.
A special program will be
presented with greetings and
evaluations of their "Work of
love" as fund raisers and in
numerous other endeavors
since the formation of the
temple.
Singer and comedienne
Jcannic Reynolds will present
a special program for this
event. For more information
please contact the temple
office.
On Sunday evening, March
17, the temple will present the
Israeli singing and dancing
duo, Israel and Edna Rosen.
The program that the Kol
Golan Duo presents includes
folk songs of many nations as
well as the traditional and
modern Israeli tunes. The
show is enriched by Edna's
folk dancing and by the
projection of background
slides of Israel. Tickets can be
obtained through the office.
GOLDEN LAKES
TEMPLE
The Men's Club is spon-
soring an Art Auction, to be
held at the temple the evening
of-March 17. European and
American artists will be
featured. Prints, lithographs,
original water colors, oils, and
other art treasures will be
shown. Admission is free.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Malcolm Stern will be
guest scholar at Temple Judea,
Friday, March 1 at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Stern will speak on
"How and Why the Jews
Survived." Rabbi Joel Levine
and Cantor Anne Newman
will officiate at the services
which are held at St.
Catherine's Cultural Center,
the corner of Southern Blvd.
and Flagler Drive.
Rabbi Stern's lecture will be
sponsored by the American
Jewish Historical Society
which will be meeting in the
Palm Beaches during this
weekend. Rabbi Stern is a
former vice president of the
Society. He has received the
Society's prestigious Lee Max
Friedman Award Medal which
is given each year to recognize
distinguished contributions to
the field of American Jewish
history.
Long recognized as the dean
of American Jewish
genealogists, Rabbi Stern is a
past president of the American
Society of Genealogists, the
first Jew to be named a fellow
of that society, and a past
president of the Jewish
Historical Society of New
York and the Jewish
-4iaoeakmitfal Soyiety.-------------
Rabbi Stern- most recent
worl i- "First American
-lew ist. I amilies., 6(>o
Genealogies, 1654-1977." His
work entitled "Americans of
Jewish Descent" was a basis
for Stephen Birmingham's
best-seller, I he Grandee
During Rabbi Stem's
lecture. children will be
supervised at the junior oneg
under the direction of Miriam
Km/. The regular oneg
shabbat follows.
LAKE WORTH
JEWISH (ENTER
I he congregation welcomes
the-all-female Lee Vassil
Choral Group on f riday.
March I.
Under the direc lion ol
Goldie Bernstein ladie
will perform the cantorial
portion ot the evening service.
Guests are invited to share
the evening with us. and join
in the Oneg Shabbat following
ser\ ices.
Temple Beth David Sets First
Scholar-In- Residence Program
Temple Beth David, Hood
Road, Palm Beach Gardens
has set March I and 2 as its
first Scholar-in-Residence
weekend.
Professor Henry L.
I cingold of Baruch College of
the City University of New
York will- appear courtesy of
the American Jewish
Historical Society. Professor
Feingold will lecture Friday
evening, March 1 on
"Whatever happened to the
'Jewish consensus'? .
Reflections on the 1984
elections." and will speak
Saturday, March 2 at a
Professor Henry L. Feingold
Kiddush luncheon on "United
States and the Holocaust."
Before the Sabbath services
l-riday, March 1, guests to the
lecture will be able to see an
exhibit which Professor
Feingold will bring with him.
On display will be the original
poem by Emma Lazarus, The
New Colossus, which is in-
scribed on the base of the
Statue of Liberty.
Dr. Feingold, chair of the
Editorial Board of the
American Jewish Historical
Society's journal, American
Jewish History, is the author
of numerous articles in leading
journals on the Holocaust and
American Jewish history
themes.
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be let out of the closed room
afterwards, each girl wanted
her turn to come quickly.
"BUT BY the time the third
girl's turn had arrived, the
first had begun to vomit. After
the treatment was over, it took
us almost six hours to return
to our block. We were very
weak and vomited the whole
time. There were terrible signs
on our bodies. Our skin was a
black strip where the machine
had been."
Baruch pointed to her
stomach and said, "All our
body hair fell out we
became like four-year-olds."
She received radiation
treatment three times, and
then was operated on.
"They split my stomach
open," she said. "They gave
me a double injection because
I struggled. I was asleep for
four days. When 1 awoke, a
Jewish doctor called Shmuel
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said to me in French, 'It is
over, my little child.' I put out
my hands and felt tissues
covering my stomach. He gave
me another injection to make
me sleep again,*so I would not
cry."
Baruch's voice quivered as
she talked of the doctor who
saved her life. Continuing, she
said:
"THE SECOND day my
whole stomach was infected,
the stitches came undone.
Shmuel took them out,
looking me in the eyes all the
while, as if to say: 'Have
mercy on this girl!" My
stomach opened as if lava was
pouring out. It was full of pus.
He told Mengele I had a small
sore that hadn't quite healed."
Baruch recalled that "when
one of the girls asked for
water, they injected something
into her spine. We did not
know what death was then.
We thought she had gone to
sleep. She snored, and from
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time to time her body
quivered. We called a nurse to
give her more blankets, and
she looked at us as if we did
not understand. She said, 'She
will soon fall fast asleep, and
then we will take her out.'
"But from the way they
dragged her out, we un-
derstood, and from then on we
learned silence. With each girl
who died we became more and
more silent. With the pain in
our stomachs we tried to twist
our mouths into a laugh. We
were afraid to die."
In 1946, after the war, Aliza
Baruch came to Palestine.
Sixteen years later, she un-
derwent a second operation.
The doctors found that one
ovary and half of her womb
had been removed in Ausch-
witz, Baruch said. They had to
remove the rest then as it was
full of tumors.
"DO YOU have any
children?" asked interrogator
Turlo. "That's what Shmuel
meant when he kept saying to
me just slay alive," said
Baruch, crying. "I have two
children."
In addition to (he public-
hearing, which lasted three
mornings, a symposium and
workshops on ethical medical
and sociological aspects of the
Holocaust took place during
the afternoons. Survivors
discussed with experts the
dilemma of Jewish doctors
forced to help Mengele with
his experiments, the moral
implications of experiments on
humans, and other topics.
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