Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 28, 1975)-v. 8, no. 40 (Dec. 17, 1982).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 2, 1976 called v.2, no. 22, but constitutes v.2, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: July 28, 1978 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement; Aug. 25, 1978 called no. 16 in masthead and no. 17 in publisher's statement; Aug. 10, 1979 called no. 15 in masthead and no. 16 in publisher's statement; Oct. 22, 1982 called no. 31 in masthead and no. 32 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICf and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
n conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Volume 8 Number 11
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, March 12,1982
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Price 35 Cent!
What About PLO Violations?
U.S. Warns: Ignore Lebanon
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The Israel Embassy issued a
paper outlining how the Palestine
Liberation Organization has
sought to undermine the cessa-
tion of hostilities along the Israel-
Lebanon border which went into
effect July 24, 1981. The Paper
noted that Israel accepted the
United States proposal for the
ceasefire "in good faith and on
the understanding that this
would mean the cessation of PLO
terrorism in southern Lebanon, in
Israel, as well as against Israeli
and Jewish targets abroad."
However, the Embassy paper
continued, "the PLO has sought
to undermine the situation.
Indeed, since July 24, 1981, seven
people have been killed and 49 in-
jured in Israel; and furthermore,
nine people have been killed and
150 wounded in 21 attacks
against Israelis, Jews and others
in Europe.
MOREOVER, the PLO has
deployed large quantities of
recently delivered sophisticated
Soviet weapons, which have en-
hanced its assault capability
against Israel as well as against
the Lebanese Christian commu-
nity."
The Embassy paper cited a
host of examples of PLO terrorist
activities since July 24,1981:
On July 29, 1981, a bus was
attacked by two terrorists on the
approach road to Kibbutz Ma'ale
Hahamisha near Jerusalem. Four
passengers were wounded
among them two teenagers and a
woman in her seventh month of
pregnancy (the woman survived,
but she lost her baby).
On Aug. 8, an explosive
device was thrown at three stu-
dents near the Western Wall in
the Old City of Jerusalem.
On Aug. 23, a German tourist
was shot in the head and killed
near Jerusalem's Via Dolorosa.
On Sept. 12, an Italian pil-
grim was murdered and 28 people
wounded when a hand grenade
was thrown at them in Jerusa-
lem. Among the wounded were 22
Italian pilgrims, three Arabs, two
Dutch tourists, a French and an
American tourist.
On Nov. 17, PLO agents shot
and killed a Ramallah village
leader and his son.
SINCE THE cessation of hos-
tilities, the PLO has increased its
efforts to operate against Israel
out of Jordan and have succeeded
on more than one occasion.
On the morning of Aug. 11,
1981, two weeks following the
cessation of hostilities, a mine
planted by terrorist infiltrators
from Jordan exploded on the Is-
raeli side of the Jordan River,
killing one Israeli soldier and
wounding eight others.
Three PLO terrorists were
captured by Israeli troops on
Jan. 30. They, along with two or
three others who escaped
detection, had infiltrated into Is-
rael by way of Jordan. -
On July 29, 1981, two PLO
terrorists were arrested at the
Vienna Airport while attempting
to smuggle weapons into Austria.
On Aug. 9, an employeee of El
Al was wounded when a bomb
exploded near, and heavily
damaged the airline's office at
Continued on Page 14-
NCCJ Award to Reagan
Said To Be
Meeting Opposition
NEW YORK (JTA) The decision of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ) to
present President Reagan, during a dinner here Mar. 23, a
humanitarian award is facing growing opposition by
members of the NCCJ.
President Reagan is to receive the Charles Evans
Hughes Gold Medal for "courageous leadership in
governmental, civic and humanitarian affairs." The
medal is named after the Chief Justice of the U.S. from
1930 to 1941, who was co-founder of the NCCJ. Reagan
agreed to receive the award.
THE GROWING CONTROVERSY within the
NCCJ is whether the President should be presented with
the award in view of his economic and social policies. The
New York Times quoted a confidential memorandum of
the NCCJ staff workers which said:
"Because of the effect of these (Reagan's) policies
and prevailing perceptions as to their intent and outcome,
intergroup relations are being severely strained." The
memorandum suggests that the decision to honor Reagan
"is in clear violation of published selection procedures."
Brenner to Chair Jewish Community Center Activities Study
Harriett "Buddie" Brenner has
Ihcm named chairman of the Jew-
ish Community Center Activities
Study Committee for Palm Beach
County, which will be carried out
under the joint auspices of the
Jewish I ('deration ol Palm Beach
louilty and the Jewish Com-
munity Center of the Palm
Ik-aches. According to Mrs.
Ilrenner, the purpose of the study
will lie "to coalesce and mobilize
Ihe Jewish community of Palm
I leach County in the gathering,
collation, evaluation and pub-
lication of information. This in-
formation will be used as a basis
lor the orderly planning and de-
velopment of viable and credible
Jewish Community Center ac-
tivities and physical facilities."
Mrs. Brenner has had ex-
tensive experience in directing
community-wide programs. From
1969-79 she served as Director of
the Palm Beach County Head
Start Program which was given
recognition for being one of the
two outstanding programs in the
South Kast United States. She
also served as Director of the
Title XX Child Care Program and
served as Acting Program Di-
rector of the CAC of Palm Beach
County. Mrs. Brenner has held
volunteer positions in many com-
munity activities including South
Kast Regional President and
National Board Member of
Brandeia University National
Women's Committee, Secretary
ol the Temple Israel Board of Di-
rectors, and co-founding member
of the Palm Beach Chapter of
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
where she served as its first "65
Hoses" benefit chairman. More
recently Mrs. Brenner has served
as chairman of the HRS District
IX Title XX Child Care Givers
Harriett "Buddie" Brenner
Training Committee. She is
currently a Director of the Child
Advocacy Board of Palm Beach
County, a Director of the Parent
Child Study Center, Chairman of
Temple Israel's Cultural Com-
mittee and Chairman of the
Speakers Bureau of the Com-
munity Relations Council of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
"This study," stated Buddie,
"will provide our Jewish com-
munity with the marvelous
opportunity to participate in the
planning process. Members of the
Greater Palm Beaches will be en-
couraged to take part in all
phases of the study design. Six
months from now, when the
results of the study have been re-
viewed, refined, evaluated and
prioritized, the Federation and
Jewish Community Center will be
bettor able to proceed with the
development of appropriate and
fiscally sound programs and phy-
sical facilities. Another benefit, of
course, is the fact that an en-
lightened community is a more
responsible and responsive com-
munity."
Commenting on the upcoming
study, Jeanne Levy, President of
the Jewish Federation, stated,
"Through the Community Plan-
ning Committee of the Jewish
Federation we have developed
many needed programs and serv-
ices for the community. The need
study conducted recently helped
us in planning appropriately for
our Jewish Home for the Aged,
which will be completed next
Continued on Page 8
U.S. Senator Carl Levin Comes to Palm Beach
U.S. Senator Carl Levin, the
first Jewish Senator in the State
"I Michigan's history, recently
loured six Middle East countries
as a member of the armed forces.
, As a guest of Temple Israel,
Senator Levin will deliver a fresh
prospective and insight into the
Middle Kast crisis on Sunday,
Mar. 14. A champagne supper
will be served at 5:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Senator Levin's talk
and a question and answer
period. Admission is $5 and is
"Pen to the public.
Senator Levin's record is
diverse:
He gained the release of the
"wv. Kdicio de la Torre, a Roman
Catholic priest held as a political
prisoner for five years in the Phil-
Sen. Carl Levin
ippines. To secure the release of
other Christian and Jewish polit-
ical prisoners in the Soviet Union
and to secure the right to emi-
grate from the U.S.S.R., Levin is
sponsoring legislation to grant
permanent residence to the two
Soviet families whose prosecu-
tion for their Pentecostal beliefs
led them to seek refuge in the
U.S. Embassy in Moscow in
1978.
Levin is a major advocate of
reforming the federal regulatory
process and is a leading propon-
ent of the legislative veto, sunset
legislation, and competitive bid-
ding in government.
Levin has fought for changes
in Defense Department purchas-
ing practices. He is also the au-
thor of legislation to promote the
adoption of hard-to-place
children. He is against the impo-
sition of a death penalty for cer-
tain federal crimes and for the
rights of people everywhere.
Christian Solidarity Interna-
tional awarded Levin its first Al-
exander Solzhenitsyn Award in
1980 for his work on behalf of the
religiously preosecuted.
Born June 28, 1934. in Detroit,
l*vin attended Detroit Public
Schools, graduating from Central
High School in 1952. He was
graduated from Swarthmore
College in 19,56 and from Harvard
Law School in 1959.
For reservations and further
information, call Temple Israel at
833-8421.


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National United Jewish Appeal/
Alan L. Shulman (left! National Vice Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and
Chairman of the First Annual National United Jewish Appeal-Palm Beach Dinner, wel-
comes guest speaker former President Jimmy Carter at the West Palm Beach Airport.
Pictured with them is Herschel Bhimberg (center) 1982 National Chairman for the
United Jewish Appeal.
Former President Jimmy Carter greets local Palm Beach leadership at a cocktail re-
ception prior to the National United Jewish Appeal-Palm Beach Dinner. Pictured with
Carter are (left to rightl Myron J. Nickman. 1981 Campaign Chairman for the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County-United Jewish Appeal Campaign; Barbara Shulman.
1982 General Campaign Chairman; and Alan L. Shulman, Chairman of the dinner.
Herschel Blumberg (left to right) 1982 National Chairman for the United Jewish
Appeal, greets Eileen and Myron J. Nickman and Heinz Eppler. co-chairman of the
National United Jewish Appeal-Palm Beach dinner.
Burt and Ruth Mack of Jamaica, New York, greet former President Jimmy Carter
In Search of Roots Program Features Dr. Irving Greenberg
Dr. Irving "Yitz" Greenberg
will be the keynote speaker for
"In Search of Roots." an evening
ol oral history, sponsored by the
Jewish Federation and Palm
Beach J unior College. This event
is open the public and will be held
on Monday evening. Mar. 22 at 8
p.m. in the college auditorium.

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the Federation's oral history pro-
gram which is compiling a his-
tory ol the Jewish community of
Palm Beach County through
tape-recorded interviews with
members of the community. On
Mar. 22. a partial collection of
these tapes will be presented to
the college archives.
The program for that evening
will feature Dr. Greenberg. He
will be speaking about the im-
portanct* ol knowing about one's
roots. Dr. Greenberg is the
Director <>! the National Jewish
Resource Center. An ordained
Orthodox Rabbi, scholar and
prominent lecturer, he has also
served as Director of the
Presidents Commission on the
Holocaust. Dr. Greenberg holds
MA and Ph.D. degrees from Har-
vard University, and has served
on the laculties of Hrandeis. Yes-
hiva and Tel Aviv Universities.
He has taught Jewish studies
and history at City College
CUNY.
Rabbi (iraonbsig has taken on
a unique role in determining the
course of Jewish education and
communal activities in America.
He was instrumental in the
pioneering ol numerous organiza-
tions in American Jewish life.
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gressman Claude Pepper will
receive the Humanitarian Award
ol the Association of Florida
Federations at its Second Bi-
Annual Statewide Conference
scheduled for Apr. 2-4 at the
Hyatt-Orlando in Kissimmee.
Other nationally-known partic-
ipants in the three-day meeting,
which is sponsored in cooperation
with the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations, include C.IF President
Martin F. t'itrin: Thomas Dine,
Executive Director of the Ameri-
can-Israel Public Affairs
Committee; Esther Leah Ritz
President-Fleet, National Jewish
Welfare Board, and Rabbi Irving
Greenberg, Director of the Na-
tional Jewish Resource Center,
who wll serve as Scholar-in-Resi-
dence.
Bette Gilbert of Palm Beach
and lx>is Chepenik of Jackson-
ville have been named to chair
the sessions, according to James
Hear, Chairman of the Associa-
tion of Florida Federations.
Robert Aronson. CJF Commu-
nity Consultant, is staffing the
meeting for the Council of Jewish
Federations.
Major sessions at the confer-
ence will deal with "U.S.-Israeli
Relations on the Eve of the Sinai
Withdrawal," "Priorities of the
Community Dollar" and "Gov-
ernment Relations in Florida."
In addition, a series of work-
shops will cover various areas of
concern to Florida Federations.
Persons interested in partici
paling in the Apr. 2-4 conference
are invited to call their local
Jewish Federation for additional
details and registration in-
formation.
Dr. Greenberg
among them Yavneh, the
National Religious Students As-
sociation, the Center for Russian
Jewry, and the Association for
Jewish Studies. Among his
current affiliations are: the Jour-
nal of Ecumenical Studies, the
International Council of
Christians and Jews, and the
American Historical Association.
He is the author of numerous
articles on Jewish life and is
frequently quoted in the major
publications across the country.
His expertise and opinions have
been read by millions in the New
York Times, Newsweek, Time,
Commentary and the Jerusalem
Post.
Dr. Greenberg will be speaking
about the importance of knowing
about the past. The Monday
night event will also teaturcatk-
scription of the community
project lieing conducted with
support from the Florida Kndo*
nient lor the Humanities The
will Ik- an opportunity to sal
live oral history interview in
act km as two residents of the
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about their early lite here InWf-
views lor the work are conduct*!
by volunteers who have taken
special training in the area of oral
history. They work under the
guidance of Dr. Samuel Proctor
ol the University ol Florida
Active members ol the oral
history committee are: Ann
Blicher. Evelyn Blum, Shiriee
Blonder. Mollie r'ilterman,
Sylvia G. Green. Alec Jacobson.
Ik-a Kern. Murray Kern. Sylvi
Lewis, Marcie Myerson. Ja*
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Seidler. Doris Singer, Anne Slot-
kin. Bobbe Taffel and Edyt
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American Jewish Commit!*
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Palm Beach Junior Cof>|
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Palm Beach Dinner

Mh^AkrwS Women'8, Dlvl8k>n Campaign Chairman for the Jewish Federation of
L ShulnSJ. y" ***** Pre8ident immy Cartw Pictn6 with them is Alan
Benjamin S. Hornstein of Palm Beach, greets former President Jimmy Carter.
Pictured above (left to right) Frank Lautenberg, former National Chairman for National
United Jewish Appeal; Herechel Blumberg, 1982 National Chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal; former President Jimmy Carter.
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abbi Howard J. Hirsch of Temple Beth El
West Palm Beach, and a member of
abbinic Cabinet for the National United
wish Appeal, delivers the invocation.
H. Irwin Levy, Big Gifts Chairman for the
1982 Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County-United Jewish Appeal campaign,
recites the Birkat Hamazon.

Pictured (left to right) Bernice Waldman, President of the National United Jewish
Appeal Women's Division; Alan L. Shulman, National Vice Chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal; Irving Bernstein, Executive Vice Chairman of the National United
Jewish Appeal; and Norman J. Schimehnan, Executive Director of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County.
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[nited Jewish Appeal Dinner (left) Cecil Rudnick and Heinz Eppler.
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Seated at the dais table (left to right) are Joseph Myerhoff. Past National Chairman of
United Jewish Appeal; Jeanne Levy, President of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County and Robert Loup of Denver, National United Jewish Appeal Chairman Desig-
nate.
Shulman preaenU an Award of Recognition to former President Jimmy Carter
wife Rosalind on behalf of the National United Jewiah Appeal far his role as
utect in the development of the Camp David Peace Accords.
Seated at the dais table (left to right) Ernest Michel, Executive Vice President of the
United Jewiah Appeal of Greater New York and Campaign Director of the United Jew
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Volume 8
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Number 11
Our Elderly Need Care
There is no doubt that the Florida State Legisla-
ture has a monumental amount of business to do in a
session just about half over. Judging by the pace of
the first half, some observers are already predicting a
special session at the Legislature's official close.
At a time when so many adult care centers for
the elderly throughout Florida and the nation are
under attack for the low credentials of their facilities
The CCE Act. passed in 1976, authorized the
funding of seven demonstration projects throughout
Florida.
Community Care programs offer supportive
services such as day care, transportation, home
health care, respite care, and hot meals to frail,
elderly people living among us. Since it was insti-
tuted, the program has achieved its objectives of
enabling this high-risk population to remain at home
instead of in higher cost facilities.
Sephardim Say They've Lost God,
Given Socialist 'Fraud' Instead
RAMAT GAN (ZINS) Emotions ran high at a
stormy symposium held here devoted to the relations be-
tween Israel's Sephardic and Ashkenazic communities.
Dr. Gabriel Ben Simchon, an immigrant from Morocco,
gave expression to the deep feelings of frustration felt by
his community.
"When we made our aliyah to Israel," said Dr. Ben
Simchon, "we lost our religious faith and our Father. On
arriving here we were dressed in khaki. In place of reli-
gious tradition we were given socialism, which has proven
to be a huge fraud. In the end we were left without God
and without socialism. We have abandoned the
traditional Moroccan wedding ceremony; instead we have
received a culture of synthetic plastic. The spokesman
added a further protest against Israel's TV which he said
is "monopolized by the Ashkenazim."
SOCIOLOGIST Dr. Yonatan Perres spoke in a more
optimistic vein. He pointed out that 20 percent of native
births are now the offspring of so-called "mixed mar-
riages." "There will come a time,"said Dr. Perres, "when
there will be a harmonious and compatible Israeli
society." He pointed to the fact that the percentage of
divorces among "mixed couples" is very low.
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The Endowment Fund Of The
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Throughout history, man has
sought to impart continuity of
his life and work and to live on in
the memory of those who survive
him. He has expressed these as-
pirations through mausoleums,
monuments and other memorial
edifices.
But. many men and women
over the centuries have preferred
to express their link to their fel-
low man through deeds of
charity. They were responding to
a deep-seated concern for people
through philanthropic giving.
This has been one of the most
meaningful, ethical values in
Jewish life. It has been an en-
during element in Jewish tradi-
tion, expressed in the practice of
Tzedakah by the Jewish people
throughout their long journey.
In recent times, the desire for
continuity and abiding memory
have fused with charitable ob-
jectivM and found expression in
ilie concept of endowment the
provision of funds to assure con-
tinuity of support for charitable
projects. It is this concept which
now guides the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County to
advance its Endowment Fund
Program.
Among the things that can be
accomplished by a strong En-
dowment Fund Program are:
1. the enhancement of the
quality of life of our Jewish
citizens
2. the institution of new pro-
jects, and
3. the provision for a reserve
for financial crises
Under the new lax law and the
significant government program
cuts, charitable institutions such
as the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County are particularly
vulnerable because of the
vagaries of government funding.
A strong Endowment Fund helps
to assure continued provision for
high quality community services
without major and devastating
cutbacks in programming,
services and in the case of Finan-
cial crises.
Everyone, regardless of finan-
cial status can support the
Jewish Federation's Endowment
program, either by a bequest or
by a gift made during his or her
lifetime. One example of a sug-
gested type of gift to the Endow-
ment Fund is a Charitable
Remainder Annuity Trust. With
this type of vehicle, a donor es-
tablishes an annuity trust, either
during lifetime or under a will, by
translerring property to a trust
u> pay a fixed annual amount to
him and-or another individual
with the principal eventually
passing to the Endowment Fund
of the Jewish Federation upon
termination of the income
provision. Irrespective of the
income experience of the trust
fund, the same fixed amount will
lie payable each year. If the donor
contributed $100,000 to the trust
and provides for annuity pay-
ments of $6,000 per year, this
latter amount will be paid
whether the trust principal in-
creases or decreases.
If the donor plans to make a
gift of appreciated securities,
wants the reassurance of a fixed
dollar income, but wishes to
avoid any tax on the capital gain
at the time of the gift, the an-
nuity trust can be the answer.
Payment in the form of a fixed
dollar amount can be payable
quarterly, semi-annually or
annually. The donor and the Fed-
eration are free to agree upon the
amount to be paid. At the outset,
the age of the donor or that of a
beneficiary is not a factor in de-
termining the annual payment
rate. The rate must be at least 5
percent the fair market value of
the assets placed in the trust
when it is created. No additional
gifts may be made to the trust
after it is established.
There is no tax on the capital
gains at the time of the gift if ap-
preciated securities are contrib-
uted to establish an annuity
trust. The donor also benefits
from an immediate charitable
deduction for federal income tax
purpose in the year of the gift.
The charitable contribution may
be deducted up to 50 percent of
the adjusted gross income, unless
the gift was in the form of appre-
ciated property, in which case the
deduction is limited to 30 per-
cent. The five-year carry-forward
provision applies in either case.
The charitable deduction depends
on the age and sex of the benefic-
iaries, the market value of the
gift, and the amount of the
annual payment. The higher the
annual payment rate, the lower
the charitable deduction. The
deduction w ill also be lower if two
lives are involved. There are also
other technical tests which must
l>e met which have a bearing on
the deducibility for tax pur-
poses.
The tax status of the annuity
payable to the annuitant from the
trust each year depends on the
tax status of the trust: Ordinary
income of the trust, including
short-term capital gain, for the
current and past years is consid-
ered to be paid next. Then tax-
free income, and finally principal,
both free of tax. must be paid
until the agreed-upon sum is
paid. If the net income of the
trust in any year exceeds the
amount payable in such year, the
excess is added to principal,
without tax to the trust, and be-
comes taxable in future years
onlv if it is received by the an-
nuitant as part of the
payment in future years.
annual
EXAMPLE: Mrs. Donor.
aged 70. contributes stock with a
fair market value of $50,000, for
w hich she originally paid 820,000.
In return, she receives an annuity
trust agreement paying her
$2,500 annually, in semiannual
payments. Her top tax bracket
averages 50 percent. Her gift
entitles Mrs. Donor to a chart.
able deduction of $29,898 and she
avoids the $6,000 capital gains
tax. Total tax savings amouata
to $20,949; $6,000 savings on
capital gains, plus charitable
deduction X top income bracket
($29,898 X 50 percent equals
$14.9491. Thus the actual out-of
pocket cost of her gift has been
reduced to $29,051. Mrs. Donor
receives annual payments of
$2,500. This is a return of 5 per.
cent on her initial $50,000 invest-
ment. However, computed on the
actual cost ($29,0511 of
establishing the annuity trust,
the effective rate of return is 8.6
percent.
In future articles in this
column, different types of sug-
gested of Endowment gifts will
be explained with examples.
NOTE: This column is written
as a service to provide general in-
formation to the public about the
Endowment Program of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Heach
County. Information contained
herein is not designed as legal of
lax advice. You should lake up
such matters with your
respective attorneys and ac-
countants. Should you want ad-
ditional information about chari-
table giving, and the various
methods which may be utilized
through the Federation s Kndow-
nienl Program, please contact
Stanley Hyman, Endowment
I hrector of the Jewish Federation
atKJ2-2120.
Teens Arrested
NEW YORK (JTAI Pfr
lice have reported that there have
been "almost 100" incidents in
the last month in the pre-
dominately Orthodox Jewish
Midwood section of Brooklyn of
teen-agers snatching the hats of
rabbis and students as they walk
to their yeshivas.
Several days ago three teen-
agers were arrested for snatching
hals^.
THE CHAPLAIN AIDES MOURN THE PASSING OF A
DEVOTED MEMBER MARJORIE INGRAM WHO CARED
UNSELFISHLY FOR THE NEEDS OF THE ELDERLY.
MAY HER MEMORY BE FOR A BLESSING.
1981-82
Jewish Federation/UJA
Campaign
Calendar of Events
JEWISH
FEDERATION
OF RUM BEACH
COUNTY
March 21
April 18
Women's Victory Gala
Women's Division Phone-A-Thon


Frfoy.Muckl^im*
TWfMm.B*achCounty,,
Ptumb
Approximately 200 men and women attended a
luncheon at the Ramada Inn on February 11 to
participate in the Special Gifts Division of the
Century Village 1982 Federation-United Jewish
Appeal fundraising campaign.
Principals of the Century Village 1982 Special Gifts I)vision luncheon
at the Ramada Inn on February 11 are seated (left to right) Rev.
Martin Adolf, Co-Chairman; Colonel Jacoub Katz, guest speaker;
Norman J. Schhnelman, Executive Director of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County. (Standing) Abe Bisgaier, Co-Chairman.
Lewis to be Honored By Urban League
Land of the Presidents To
Salute Myron J. Nickman
Sylvia Lewis, Campaign Asso-
ciate of the Jewish Federation of
I'alm I (each County, will receive
the Urban league of Palm Heach
County's Award of Appreciation
during its 7th Annual Kqual Op-
liriunity Day dinner to be held
on Saturday evening. Mar. 20 at
the Hyatt I'alm Beaches. The
award has been presented every
year lo a |R'rson whom the
League feels has demonstrated a
desire Ui unify minorities into a
community of activists interested
in (lie general welfare of the
community as a whole and who
exemplifies unusual qualities
through their continuous work to
improve the community.
Sylvia U-wis has been a resi-
dcni ol West I'alm Heach for the
|tasl i.'i years. She has served as
( kiplcr I'resident. State I'resi-
dent and District Vice President
ol It nai H'nth Women and is
currently President-elect of the
Mil/Aah Council. In 11)81 she re-
ivned the H'nai B'rith Women
Medina Chapter, Hall of Fame
Ward. Sylvia was the first L)i-
lech.r ol i|u. Anti-Defamation
League Kegional Office in Palm
I teach t'ounly, and is presently a
Trustee of the Florida Kegional
Hoard of ADL. She is past Presi-
dent ol ihe Florida Council on
Human Kelations und is a board
member ol the Urban league of
I'alm Heach County.
Kelore coming on staff of the
Jewish federation she served as
Urban League dinner will lie
luibert Kegalbuto, former Gener-
al Manager of WPTV, who will be
receiving the Martin Luther King
Jr., Award and Dr. Gerald C.
Hurke, staff member of Suncoust
Nigh School faculty will be
presented with the Dr. Theodore
Norley Community Service
Awurd.
The dinner will feature Geof-
Irey Holder. Tony Award Win-
ning choreographer, director, and
actor, who will present a premiere
performance "On Broadway."
For lurther information or to
make a reservation, call the
Urban League office between
H:;i()u.m. and 5 p.m.
Sylvia Lewis
a volunteer with the Women's
I 'ivision as a campaign chairman
and bourd member. She is cur-
rently an interviewer for the
Jewish Federutkm's Oral History
Project, a member of the Steering
Committee of the Community
Kelations Council and the Jewish
Federation'fl representative to
tin- Community Action Council.
Sylvia is a member of Temple
Beth Sholom in Lake Worth and
us a member of numerous other
Jewish organizations, including
lladassuh. OKT and National
Council of Jewish Women.
Also receiving awards at the
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yur mature bonds Into new bonds or file with
me Chase Manhattan Bank to collect your
principal plus interest.
For Information Call the
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Lands of the Presidents will
hold an Israel Bond reception in
honor of Myron J. Nickman on
Mur. 28 in the Clubhouse-Coun-
sulate 1/ounge. Chairman Harry
(ioldberg announced today.
(ioldberg says Nickman is
being honored for his active in-
volvement in numerous Jewish
philanthropic and service groups.
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio,
Nickman worked for the Jewish
Kederation and served on the
campaign cabinet for \2 years
and was Chairman of the Mer-
cantile I iw ision for four years.
After moving to I'alm Heach.
Nickman continued his work with
the Kederation; serving as its
Campaign Chairman. A member
ol the Hoard of Directors of the
Jewish Community Center, he is
also a member of the National
Myron J. Nickman
Hoard of the Joint Distribution
Committee.
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In Florida:
Alfred Golden, Executive Vice
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Leo Hack, V.P., Religious
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Sam Rosenthal
Kenneth Kay, V.P.
Keith Kronish, F.D.
Harvey Pincus, F.D.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Wdhy.Mwchia,
Hadassah Woman Receives Youth Aliyah Award
At recent Youth Aliyah
Luncheon of the Yovd Chapter of
Hadassah. Ann F. Hopfan was
surprised and honored by her
children who flew in for this
occasion. Judith Clements from
New York and Stanley from Is-
rael. They presented her with an
"Ima" certificate and a Yossi
Stern painting, for the support of
a Youth Aliyah child for one year.
The world knows no parallel to
Youth Aliyah. the rescue and re-
habilitation movement that has
saved children from spiritual and
physical threat. Hadassah.
through training, understanding
and supporting these children
has helped to transform them
into well adjusted, constructive
citizens of their new homeland.
Israel.
This movement was initiated
in Berlin in 1934 by Rech Freier
and the founder of Hadassah.
1982
Henrietta Szold. Since 1935 the
women of Hadassah have contri-
buted large amounts of money for
its maintenance and education
The members of the Midrasha Judaic* High School's Student Council
are shown at a recent program held at the school. The students shown
are. (left to right) seated: Toby Kosowski. Ellen Perry, secretary.
Susan Tenser; standing. Jeffrey Tochner, Brace Horowitz, president,
Joyce Lampert. and Scott Wilson. Not shown, Robin David, vice-
president.
and continues as a major contri-
butor for special Youth Aliyah
projects.
You too can sponsor such a
child in Israel with your donation
of STliO Contact Sylvia Lipnick
lor lurther information. Call
6S9-3024.
Ann Hopfan has also been
honored by the Hadassah
chapters of Palm Beach County
for her outstanding work in their
1979 Hadassah Bond Drive for
which she received the coveted
lien Ciurion award from the Slate
of Israel. She is also very active
as a speaker at functions foster-
ing the betterment of Israel. At
present she is a Vice President of
the Florida Central Region of
Hadassah. as well as an adviser
and leadership trainer for Hadas-
sah groups and chapters.
On Sunday. March 28 at 1 p.m.
she will talk on the "Status of the
Jews in the Far Fast" at the
I .ducalion Day sponsored by the
three Hadassah Chapters of
Century Village at the Anshei
Sholom Synagogue in West Palm
lieach adjacent to Century
Milage.
Mr. George Tsismanakis, Director of the Gulfstream Areawide Con.
oil on Aging is shown addressing an audience of over 300 who attended
the 5th Anniversary of the issuance of a Government Grant on
Transportation to the Jewish Community Center, which was held u
Congregation Anshei Shalom February 10. On stage, reading frm
(left to right! are, Ranees Witt, Assistant Executive Director of tfe
Jewish Community Center, Barbara Weinstein, Vice-President of the
Center, Carole Cleveland of Adult Education, Jean Rubin Director of
the Comprehensive Senior Center of the Jewish Community Center
Marty Goldberg, Executive Director of the Jewish Center and partial-
ly shown is Ruth Turk, Author and Columnist who sainted seniors n
general and the seniors who attended in particular.
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The Jewish FioHiiian ofP&m Beach County
.......'.'ft* 7
American Jewish Committee's Director
of Israel Affairs to Speak Locally
Dr. George E. Gruen, Director
ol the Israel and Middle East
A Hairs Division of the American
Jewish Committee will be the
liaiured speaker at an open
meeting of the Palm Beach
County Chapter, AJC on
Thursday evening. Mar. 18 at 8
p.m. Dr. Gruen s topic will be.
The Mid-Kast Whirlwind Are
I'here Solutions.'." and a
question and answer period will
follow his talk. The meeting will
lake place at the Sheraton Inn on
|'aim Heach Lakes Blvd.. and
refreshments will be served. The
mi (i ing is open to the public.
Arnold J. Hoffman. President
,,l the l'alm Beach County
i hapter stated. In these tur-
bulent times when the Mid-East
i> on the front pages of our news-
papers every day. we are pleased
to have a noted authority on this
topic at our meeting. Dr. Gruen
will he able to bring us an analy-
sis ol current happenings." He
serves as an Associate of the
Columbia University Seminar on
the Middle East. He has served
on various national and inter-
Rabbi Dobin to Talk
At Temple Judea
March 14
The Adult Education Commit-
lee ol Temple Judea has an-
nounced the fourth of a series of
lectures on Sunday afternoon.
Mar. II. at 2 p.m. by Rabbi Joel
Itobin ol Temple Beth El in Ft.
I'urcc Ilia topic will be "Astro-
logj anil Mysticism as Fart of
the Jewish Tradition." The Talk
will lie held at the Weight
U utchers Studio. Gun Club Road
and Military Trail, in the Gun
( lull Shopping Center.
Dr. Dobin is the only rabbi in
I lie pulpit who is an astrologer
and who uses horoscopes, aided
ly computers, in counseling his
iinign-ganlH. He claims that as-
Irology has liecn part of the
Jewish tradition for .r>.(MM) years.
lie believes that the key to
Jewish astrology is the concept of
balance among God, the human
'"inn. and the universe. He is
ulsou psychologist. (Please note
llie t une is 2 p.m. on Mar. 14|.
Teachers,
Soc. Workers
Practice Your
Profession in
ISRAEL
Attain your professional
goals and realize Jewish
fulfillment.
Certified teachers,
MSW's and BSW's are
invited to apply. Chal-
lenging positions open.
Financial assistance
available.
Interviews now being
scheduled for orienta-
tion courses to be held in
the fall in Israel. If you
think you qualify, call to-
day.
ISRAEL ALIYAH
CENTER
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Fl 33137
(305)573-2556/7
Dr. George E. Gruen
national Indies and has l>een an
advisor to governmental, aca-
demic and religious institutions
concerned with the Middle East
and with other foreign affairs and
human rights issues.
Dr. Gruen has traveled widely
in the Middle East and North
Africa, from Morocco to Turkey.
He has visited Egypt five times
and. in February 1980. par-
ticipated in the first group to
travel directly overland from
Cairo across the Suez Canal to
Israel. In 1977. Dr. Gruen was co-
leader ol an interreligious study
mission to Egypt, Syria. Jordan
and Israel. He has met with offi-
cials and academicians in Turkey.
Egypt. Jordan and Israel.
Dr. Gruen holds a MA from
Columbia College. He was elected
to Phi lleta Kappa and served as
News Editor of the Columbia
Daily Spvclator.llt also studied
al Columbia's Near and Middle
East Institute and holds a
Bachelor of Hebrew Literature
Iroin the Jewish Theological
Seminary. He went on to receive
his Ph.D. from Columbia Uni-
versity, majoring in Inler-
nalional Kelations and Law.
The author of numerous arti-
cles on the Middle East,
Dr. Gruen has moderated syn-
dicated ratlio series for "Present
lense and "Jewish Dimension."
lie has been a frequent guest on
radio and television discussion
programs. He has also addressed
college und adull education
groups throughout the cou
on the geopolitical forces affect-
ing the Middle East, as well as
the cultural, social, and religious
issues facing Israel's society.
The American Jewish Com
miltee. lounded in 1906. is the
pioneer human-relations agency
in the United Slates. It protects
ihe civil and religious rights of
Jews here and abroad, and ad-
vances the cause of improved hu-
man relations for all people. For
information about this meeting,
please call the American Jewish
Committee.
Britons See Play Defending
Hitler's 'Solution'for Jews
LONDON (JTA) The Jewish community is
shocked by a play, adapted from a novel by a French Jew-
ish academician, George Steiner, in which Hitler, not
dead but now a sprightly 91. defends the "final solution"
and points an accusing finger at Israeli avengers who
have captured him and put him on trial in the jungles of
Brazil.
The play, which opened at the Mermaid Theater,
with a skilled actor. Alex McCowen. portraying Hitler,
consists of two parts. In the first, Hitler's captors
catalogue the sufferings of their loved ones.
IN THE SECOND HALF, Hitler delivers a rambling
monologue, the point of which is that he modelled his
National Socialist doctrines on Jewish separatism; that
the Old Testament has subjected mankind to moral black-
mail, and that the "final solution" was indespensable to
the creation of the State of Israel because it taught the
Jew how to drive the "lice-ridden" Palestinian Arabs from
his land.
T. J" thf PjW. Hitler has the last word: that he, not
rneodor Herzl, is the true founder of the Jewish State and
that the Jews should acknowledge him as their Messiah.
The play is titled "The Portage to San Cristobal of H.A."
ntry heiauthor of the novel on which it is based presently
teaches at Cambridge.
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Page .10
The Jewish Boridian ofPabn BeachCounty
.^y-Marehi
STACI LESSER
Fifty years, fifty Golden Ones, are to be celebrated in
March, the happy couple Esther and Jules Fleischman of
Somerset in Century Village. The Fleischman's hail from Clark.
New Jersey both having worked in private industry and for the
government for many years. Since moving to Florida nine years
BgO, they have volunteered many hours for St. Mary's Hospital,
the Community Hospital of the Palm Beaches, the Health
Department of" Palm Beach County, the Jewish Community
C< liter. UJA. and the Palm Beach Victim Service.
The Fleischman's have two children. Daughter Rita is
married to Dr. Paul Benzer of Chappaqua, New York and son
David and wife Renee live in Pompano Beach.
Jules is very active in Somerset having been both President
and Vice President in that area. Esther and Jules have made
many friends since retiring. They also enjoy traveling, square
dancing, round dancing, golf, and bowling.
The Fleischmans are planning to celebrate with a party
given by their children and to be held in the home of their son.
They hopefully will also visit Israel as part of this celebration of
their 50th.
According to Esther and Jules the retirement years have
been good to them and now. after 50 years of marriage, they are
looking forward to more good years.
Esther and Jules, we wish you many, many more years of
health, happiness, and love.
Scott Elliot, you are number one again. Scott, son of Sunny
Elliot, and grandson of Etta and Al Ross arrived in Palm Beach
to present his award winning paper to the Convention for Im-
proved Communication at the Hyatt in West Palm Beach. For
the third year in a row. Scott has been rated number one in the
field of Communications in International Competition. Congrat-
ulations. Scott.
Herbert J. Hartman. son of Esther and Jerry Hartman of
North Palm Beach, has been named one of the 25 outstanding
Toyota salesman in the U.S. Herb has won a trip for two to
Majorca. Spain and plans to go in March. Hast a la vista and
have a great time.
Marriage and alivah all at once. Paula Ruth Kass and Ilan
Mills will br married' in the latter part of March. Paula is the
Director of the Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
A garden ceremony is planned. Paula's mother and step-
father. Frances and Leon Sukerman from Boston and Hans
mother. Shulah Mills of Beersheba, Israel will be here for the
occasion. Paula's three sisters, Faye, Gail and Marilyn will join
the family for this most happy simcha.
Paula and Ilan plan to leave for Israel in May and will be
applying for membership in Moshav Shitufi. an agricultural
collective. Ilan was schooled in agriculture, specializing in
citrus. Paul hopes to teach and do other freelance work such as
writing articles, calligraphy, and art in addition to her assigned
labors.
Officiating at the wedding ceremony will be Rabbi Alan
Sherman and Asher Bar-Zev.
Both Paula and Ilan are excited about their move. They feel
strongly about resettling in Israel and both want to have many
Sabras.
Paula and Ilan we wish you a long, happy, and fruitful life
together in the Land of Israel. Mazol Tov!
Tune in to'MOSAIC
TV HIGHLIGHTS
Sponsored by
The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County
Sunday morning over WPTV Channel 5, at 8:30 a.m.
wtth hosts Barbara Shuhnan and Mm Gordon
Sunday, March 14 Oral History III Dr. Yitz Greenberg
CASHIER
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POOL IF
Michael Martens of the Keren-
Orr Pre-School of the Jewish
Community Center is shown
learning how to use the telephone
via courtesy of the Southern Bell
Telephone Co.
TheJF&CS
Board Notes
The following contributions
were received and cards were
mailed:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldberg,
in memory ol Max Goldberg,
from Dr. and Mrs. K. Kunder-
burk.
Monica Ann Kay. in honor of
her graduation, from Bette and
Mort Gilbert
Gary S. LBBSBf, in honor of his
graduation, Irom Bette and Mort
Gilbert.
Jeffrey Alan Tochner. in honor
ol his graduation. Irom Bette and
Mort Gilbert.
Cantor Elaine Shapiro and Mi-
chael Zimmerman, in honor ol
their coming marriage, from Dr.
Eugene and Linda Kalnitsky.
Mrs. Milton Wilensky. in
memory ol her husband. Milton.
Irom Dr. Eugene and Linda Kal
nilsky.
Mrs. Milton Wilensky, in
memory ol her husband. Milton.
Irom Ann Blither.
Mr. Murray J. Mudrick. in
memory ol his mother. Gertrude.
Irom Eugene and Linda Kalnit-
sky.
Mi. Nathan hosowski. in
memory ol his mother, from
Linda Mudin Kalnitsky.
Jim Wingfield, (left) Manager of the Sheraton Inn in the W|
Beach, is seen presenting a $5,000 check made out to StateofI
Bonds. In making the purchase Wingfield said, "We are pica,
make this purchase to help the people of Israel build their i
Accepting the check on behalf of State of Israel Bonds i |ijj"j
Sales, Florida Sales Manager.
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Sunday March 14 Howard Squadron, Chairman of the
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situation facing Israel.
The law firm of
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v, March 12,1962
The Jewish Ftoridian ofPalnt Beach County
Jews in Brief
Reagan 'Satisfied' With Saudi Deal
Page n
\SHINGTON The Rea
Administration is "fully
ified with the progress made"
kg Defense Secretary Caspar
hbergers recent visit to
Arabia to "implement"
(itions President Reagan
tised Congress will be ful-
before five AW ACS recon-
?ance planes would be turned
to the Saudis, it was art-
Iced by the State Depart-
Department spokesman
i Fischer had "no comment"
Friday on whether the
Jis had signed an agreement
|ti'i these conditions. Accord-
|to press reports, Prince
in. the Saudi Defense Min-
k had signed such an agree-
|t during Weinberger's visit,
lit had not been announced
My-
he conditions of the sale are
ained in a letter Reagan sent
[ Senate Majority Leader
Howard Baker (R., Tenn.) on
Oct. 28, the day the $8.5 billion
sale of AWACS and other arms
to Saudi Arabia was being de-
bated in the Senate.
Al Fatah Terrorists
Found in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM Israeli
security forces have uncovered an
Al Fatah terrorist gang which
operated in the Jerusalem and
Nablus area. A military spokes-
man said that members of the
gang were responsible for a
grenade attack outside the Old
City of Jerusalem last October in
which three Jews were wounded,
and for a grenade attack last
September in an Old City alley in
which two Italian pilgrims were
killed and 27 wounded.
One member of the gang, from
East Jerusalem, confessed during
interrogation to supplying
grenades to another terrorist
Kang in Hebron and sabotage
Community Calendar
arch 12
)ERATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL EXECUTIVE
)MMITTEE, noon Free Sons of Israel, 12:30p.m.
Led 13
|mple Beth David Baseball Night Women's American ORT -
ning Temple Beth El Black Tie Ball Breakers Temple Beth
Iran Sisterhood Western Night.
irchU
)ERATION LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT WASHINGTON CON-
JENCE THRU March 16 Temple Israel Reception and Lecture
Carl Levin -5:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith 2969 board -2 p.m.
^Iden Lakes Temple Sisterhood 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith women
litzvoh Council 10 a.m. Women's American ORT No. Palm
3ch County Regional Donor Luncheon noon Israel Bonds -
ids of the President.
Drch 15
DERATION HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION COMMITTEE 1:30
Jewish Family and Childrens Service board -7:30p.m.
iple Beth El Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith 3016 7:45
Hodassah Tikvah Party 1:30 p.m. Pioneer Women -
lot board 10 a.m. Temple Beth David Men's Club board -
m B'nai B'rith Women Menorah board 10 a.m.
fiple Israel Sisterhood 11 a.m.
irchU
^e Sons of Israel board -10 a.m." Temple Beth David board
p.m. Hodassah Henrietta Szold 1 p.m. Congregation
ishei Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m. Jewish War Veterans
liary 408- 12:30 p.m. "Temple Beth El Sisterhood 2 p.m.
ai B'rith Women Chai 8 p.m. Women's American ORT -
/nton Beach 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Medina
fneer Women Cypress Lakes 1 p.m. Temple Israel board
|p m.
rch 17
)or Zionist Alliance 1 p.m. National Council of Jewish
men Palm Beach 10 a.m. Brandeis University Women -
}e Worth board 10 a.m. Hodassah Shalom T p.m.
iple Beth Sholom Sisterhood board 10 a.m. National
luncil of Jewish Women Palm Beach board 10a.m. B'nai
fih 3113 8 p.m. Pioneer Women Golda Meir board 1
i Women's American ORT No. Palm Beach County Region
ld 930 a.m. Temple Beth El Roberta Peters Concert
10p.m.
rch 18
Jassah Yovel noon National Council of Jewish Women -
leechobee Unit 1:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav -
T'd 930 a.m. Hodassah Golda Meir 12:30 p.m.
ptRATION HUNTERS RUN EDUCATIONS MEETING 7:30
FULL PASSOVER SEDER
6:30 P.M., Wed., April 7,1982
Officiating Rabbis:
Rosaynoble and Cantor and Instruments
Boca Raton Sheraton Hotel Ballrooms
I-95 at Qlades Road
Until April 1,1982: $25.00 per person
RESERVE EARLY PLEASE.
For Information:
498-4995 421-1111
i*h, 391-1111368-1600
cks to: Temple Eternal Light (The Free Synagogue)
PO Box 3, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432
material to gangs in refugee
camps in the Nablus area. The
contact in the Nablus area was
apprehended and during his
interrogation he revealed the lo-
cation of a cache of sabotage
equipment.
Chorbal Urges Israel:
Don't Mar Mubarak Trip
WASHINGTON Egyptian
Ambassador Ashraf Ghorbal
urged Israel to create "new
obstacles" by its insistence that
President Hosni Mubarak visit
Jerusalem when he makes his
first official visit to Israel.
"What is needed at the present
time in the Middle East is
moderation and consideration,"
Ghorbal said, reading from a pre-
pared statement after a one hour
meeting with Secretary of State
Alexander Haig at the State
Department.
Ghorbal, who has just returned
from consultations in Cairo, gave
Haig a message from Mubarak to
President Reagan. While the
envoy in making his statement,
did not mention Sunday's
decision by the Israeli Cabinet
that Mubarak would not be wel-
come if he did not go to Jeru-
salem, hei referred to it in-
directly.
"Egypt's position on Israel's
annexation of (East) Jerusalem is
well known," Ghorbal said."It is
known to the Israelis, it is known
to our American friends, it is
known to the whole world."
UN croup Asked to Look
into Wallenberg case
GENEVA The U.S. dele-
gation to the United Nations
Human Rights Commission here
has called for an investigation
into the case of Swedish diplomat
Raoul Wallenberg who saved the
lives of some 100,000 Hungarian
Jews during World War II and
disappeared shortly after
Russian forces entered Budapest
in 1945.
Michael Novak, head of the
U.S. delegation, brought up the
Wallenberg case during a debate
in the Human Rights Com-
mission on persons who have dis-
appeared under circumstances of
a political nature. The U.S.,
backed by Sweden, proposed that
the investigation be conducted
by a special five-member UN
working group.
In 1957, the Soviet govern-
ment told the Swedish govern-
ment that Wallenberg died in
1947 in prison, probably of a
heart attack. But there have been
persistent reports since then that
he is alive and has been seen in
various Russian prisons or
mental institutions.
Hate Mag Banned
TORONTO (JTAI A
Hungarian-language publication
from Australia, Ut es Cel ("Path
and Destination"), has been
banned from Canadian mail for
hatemongering. The periodical is
replete with anti-Semitic
material.
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annual Festa Floresta, a limited exhibition
and sale of fine art valued at over $400,000
created by world-famous painters and
sculptors, March 13th through March 17th.
Festa Floresta will include works by interna-
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Igael Tumarkin, Jacques Loutchansky Nahum
Gutman, Moshe Ziffer, and Zvi Mairovich.
There will be a personal appearance by
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The Jewish Floridian of Paly Beqch County

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Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior Serv-
ice Center, receives funds from a
Federal Grant, Title III of the
Older Americans Act, awarded
by Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging, and the Florida De-
partment of H.R.S. enabling us
to provide transportation for the
transit disadvantaged as well as
a variety of recreation and educa-
tional services.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantaged in our
designated area. Call 689-7700 for
information.
Programs For The Week
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women Joe Greenberg and
Sylvia Skolnik, group leaders,
Tuesday 1 p.m.
Speakers Club Morris
Shuken. president. Thursday 10
a.m.
Adult Education Classes
The winter session ended Mar. 5.
Lip Reading Wednesday 4
p.m. is an ongoing class. Persons
with hearing problems are en-
couraged to attend.
Writers Workshop Meets
until Mar. 13. 19. Registration is
closed. The spring session of
classes will begin Mar. 29. Watch
for further information.
Other Classes
Joy Through Movement An
extension class at I'omciana.
Lake Worth. Call Ceil Golden.
964-1455. instructor, for informa-
tion.
Tax Counseling It's that
lime ol the year again. Tax coun-
seling for the elderly, a special
program that provides free tax
For Advertising
Call Staci
at 588-1652
. i
aid and advice in preparing your
Federal Income Tax Return, is
again available through the JCC.
Rosalyn Ram. Volunteer Tax
Counselor. Call Rhonda Cohen
for information.
The Institute of New
Dimensions an extension of
Palm Beach Junior College wil'
offer the following programs this
month of March at 12:45 p.m.
Mar. 18 "China: The Old
And The New." Illustrated
lecture describing six Chinese
cities: also communes, factories,
housing, people at work and at
play. Lucile Simon, artist, photo-
grapher.
Mar. 25 "Musical
Geniuses." "The best of the
bunch," is how the program is
described, offering taped ex-
cerpts from the great composers
flutist, teacher, composer, popu-
lar lecturer.
Coming Events
Health Insurance Assistance
Edie Reiter, Health Insurance
Coordinator, will assist persons
with health insurance forms,
answer questions, etc. every third
Thursday of the month at 2 p.m.
During the month of March she
will be at the Center Mar. 18.
Learn How to Evaluate Which
Investments are Good for You
Irving Deutsch. registered in-
vestment representative, will
present a three part series on in-
vestments on Wednesdays, Mar.
10. 17 and 24 at 10 a.m. Call
Khonda Cohen lor information.
Graphology Change your
Handwriting and Change Your
Lifestyle" Rubia Olf. certified
and musical performers of graphoanalyst. certified by cm-
history. Kenneth Godfrey.
Bonn Accused Of
Accenting Nazi violence
BONN The Justice Minister
of Rheinland-Pfalz accused the
Bonn government of exagger-
ating the political significance of
neo-Nazi violence in West Ger-
many and giving undue publicity
to right-wing extremists.
According to Waldemar Schrec-
kenberger. who heads the Justice
Ministry in the federal state, the
government has been portraying
neo-Nazis as a danger to national
security whereas it was less dan-
gerous than the letting urban
guerrilla movement in Germany.
Another trial is pending
against Karl-Heinz Hoffmann,
leader of an outlawed neo-Nazi
group which masqueraded as a
sports club. Both Hoffmann and
Roeder have been involved with
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation and sent young neo-Nazi
recruits for military training in El
Fatah camps in Lebanon.
cago International Society of
Graphoanalysts in 1972, (hand-
writing analyst), will present a
program on Mar. 15, 1:30 p.m.
Mrs. Olf is also a member of Na-
tional Society of Graphology in
New York and taught at Retired
Teachers Union and other schools
in the New York area.
"55 and Alive" A licensed
defensive driving class, with in-
structor. Paul Oblas. provided
through AARP. will be held on
Mondays. Mar. 15 and 22 from 9
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Persons in-
sured by Colonial Penn or Pru-
dential will be granted a 10 per-
cent discount on their auto insur-
ance premiums upon completion
ol the two sessions. Pre-registra-
tion is required. Call Rhonda
Cohen lor information 6H9-7700.
National Ballet of Canada
The Jewish Community Center is
pleased to announce that through
the generosity ol Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Baiimritter. the Palm
Beach Festival has offered
tickets to three performances of
the National Ballet of Canada to
seniors at a discount of 50 per-
cent.
Available are:
62 tickets on Wednesday. Mar.
24, 8 p.m. HO tickets cost
$5.
60 tickets on Saturday, Mar.
27, 8 p.m. *10 tickets cost
$5.
66 tickets on Sunday. Mar. 28,
2 p.m. S7.50 tickets cost
$3.75.
Performances will take place at
the West Palm Beach Auditori-
um.
Send your check, with your
preferred performance, to the
JCC at 2415 Okeechobee Blvd.,
payable to the Palm Beach Fes-
tival and your tickets will be
mailed to you.
The JCC will provide transpor-
tation to those who need it.
through the courtesy of Mr. and
Mrs. Baumritter.
Call Rhonda Cohen for trans-
portation arrangements at 689-
7700.
Lido Spa Trip Mar. 28-31,
Sunday to Wednesday Cost -
Single $150 Double $135 per
person.
eluded.
Buses
Transportation
leave
Century va
West Gate at 11 a.m.WeJu
rveKatwhe.tu!oSpain^l
lunch. Watch for infontiati'
the mail regarding the trieil
Sam Rubin or Rhonda Cohi.I
7700.
Surplus Cheese The CS
working with the Golden
Gleaning Project to dis
105,000 lbs. of federally
ized cheese. Application
are available in the Senior C
Volunteers are needed to ajjl
the distribution of the
items and will receive a i
the surplus items for theTI
(Bread, bagels and veg
may also be available).
Rhonda for information.
Community Seder Ta
Fvening Apr. 8 (second
night! Led by Rabbi Joel]
vine, assisted by Cantor
Shore, accompanied at the i
by Mr. Ira Shore Tra
Kosher dinner. For infor
and reservations, call r'n
Wilt.
PASSOVER AT THE
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Rooms & Meals
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Synagogue on Premises
All Special Diets
Full Entertainment Program
Sedurim Conducted by
Cantor Masgiach on Premises
Pool
Free Parking
Continental Hotel
4000 Collins Aw.
Miami Beach. Fla. 33140
Phone
305-538-6721I
/JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTE
2415 Okeechobee Blvd. W. Palm Beach 689-7701
GENERATION TO GENERAT10
Attention Camera Lovers!
3rd Annual I.S. Rapaport Memorial Photography Contest
March 8 -25, 1982
FOR ALL YOUNG. ASPIRING PHOTOGRAPHERS
Contestants
Judged on:
PHOTOGRAPHY QUALITY
JUDAIC CONTENT
CREATIVITY & ORIGINAL!
To Register, caD
Sara Glenn
at 689-7700.


10 15 YRS. OLD AND 16 21 Y*S. OLD
[Prizes for each
Division are]
1ST PLACE $200 US. BOM)
2M) PLACE $100 VS. BOND
3RD PLACE $50 LLS. BOM)
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I982-1983 SCHOOL YEAR
VROUND THE CORNER
hority registration is now
L on for those children
ently attending the Jewish
kmunity Center's Keren-Orr
School. Members of the
ter who wish their children to
nd can also register at this
[arting Mar. 22 registration
* open to the general public.
je to the many requests, the
ex will be conducting an ex-
Bon Keren-Orr Pre-School
tarn for only 30 children,
ages three and four, at the Camp
Shalom site (Belvedere Road, one
mile west of the Turnpike). This
program will be under the same
supervision and philosophy as is
presently employed.
We urge you not to delay your
registration. Call Judy Devore
today at 689-7700 for information
and-or forms.
ATTENTION:
CAMERA LOVERS!
Are you 10 to 15 years old?
Are you 16 to 21 years of age?
This is your opportunity to win
a U.S. Savings Bond just for
doing something you enjoy.
Pick a subject depicting some
form of Jewish life. snapafe
pictures have them develope
and mounted and submit them u,
the Jewish Community (enter
(No more than three
please!)
entri s
lhe 3rd Annual IS. Rapaport
Memorial Photography Contest
is now going on until Mar. 25, for
all aspiring young photo-
graphers. If you won once .
win again ... if you've never won
. join the winning crowd.
Call Sara Glenn at 689-7700 for
contest rules and application.
MARK YOU CALENDAR
Members of the Jewish Com-
munity Center should watch for
iheir invitation to the 7th Annual
Meeting of the Center which will
In held Sunday, Apr. 4.
Mrs. Valerie Silverman, Chair-
IHTson of the Annual Meeting
Committee, is proud to announce
l hut her Committee has already
made arrangements to have this
event take place at the beautiful
new Hyatt, Palm Beach starting
at 8 p.m. There will be an assort-
ment of luscious desserts plus
live entertainment.
A short business meeting will
be held and all present will have
an opportunity to meet the in-
coming Officers and Hoard of Di-
rectors.
When you receive your in-
vitation please send in your re-
sponse card promptly.
All are looking forward to an
interesting and entertaining eve-
ning.
few Yamit Settler Clash With Police
fcL AVIV (JTAI The
|ce detained 23 persons this
for forcibly trying to pre-
them from blocking access
he Yamit region in northern
t\ to infiltrators supporting
J "Stop the Withdrawal"
|emenl. The detainess, Ortho-
Jews mostly from the rel-
lis township of Kiryat Arba
I hi' West Hank, adjacent to
on, are being held without
1 in various parts of the coun-
I pending legal proceedings,
olice said.
le arrests occurred after po-
plashed with some 200 reli-
demonstrators at Moshav
near Yamit. Some demon-
brs boasted to Israel Radio
|about 100 members of their
had managed to evade
Sty patrols and enter the
IRPOSE OF the infiltration
j build up the Jewish popu-
in the area and thereby
at Israel's withdrawal from
mi Sinai, scheduled to be
leled Apr. 25.
ny roadblocks set up over
leekend were still in place on
laches to Yamit, the Gaza
land southern Sinai. Police
soldiers checked the cre-
ws of all travelers, allowing
[bona fide residents of the
f-off areas to enter.
ultra-nationalist Tehiya
presented a no-confidence
bn in the Knesset over the
pg off of the Yamit area.
knwhile, an angry Premier
Ichem Begin threatened to
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Amsterdam Won't
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AMSTERDAM (JTA) -
The municipality will no longer
subsidize the Jewish Cultural
Center, Beth Ami. The reason
was indicated by the Alderman
for Cultural Affairs who criticized
Beth Ami for its policy which
allows only Jews and not other
city residents to be members of
the center.
Argentina Deplores
Cemetery Desecration
NEW YORK Argentina's
Ambassador to the United
States, Esteban Takacs, has con-
veyed to the World Jewish Con-
gress the official condemnation of
his government of the dese-
cration of the Jewish cemetery at
Mar del Plata, Argentina's main
seaside resort.
The main cemetery of the Jew-
ish community of Mar del Plata,
situated some 250 miles south of
Buenos Aires, was vandalized on
the evening of Feb. 25. Reported-
ly, the incident involved the
daubing of swastikas in addition
to three headstones that were
overturned.
Dr. Mario Gorenstein, presi-
dent of the Delegation de Aso-
ciaciones Israelitas Argentinas
(DAIA), the central agency of
Argentine Jewry, has confirmed
to the WJC that he personally re-
ceived repudiation of the incident
from the Office of the Argentine
President.
Temple Beth El
OF
The Palm Beaches
2815 N. Flagler Drive
invites you to
r< lebrati Passover
with
Tu '< Sedarim
Apni 7th and 8th in
SenterHall
Kashruth Observed
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch and
Cantor Elaine Shapiro will
Officiate
For Rest n ations
Please Call 833-03
'00 per person per Seder
'50 Children under 12
rael Radio, Defense Minister
Ariel Sharon informed the Knes-
set's Foreign Affairs and Secur-
ity Committee of Begin s warn-
ing to Eitan.
THE CHIEF of Staff urged
seniors massed at an army
roadblock at the approaches to
Yamit to remove the barricades
they had thrown up around the
town to prevent access by troops.
"If you remove your barricade,
and if I can return the situation
to what it was previously, I will
try," he said. He was referring to
the situation which has prevailed
during the past few months
whereby opponents of the with-
drawal from Sinai were allowed to
enter the region without inter-
ference by the army.
Eitan added that he would
"personally go to the person
whom 1 need to go" for that pur-
pose, apparently meaning
Begin. Israel Radio reported that
Begin told Eitan, "One more
statement like yesterday's and
you will be fired."
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
F"dy, March 12
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** Sabbimcal Cnrmr
Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
devoted to discussion of
relevont to Jewish We past
aed issues
end present
Hours and Years
By RABBI
SAMUEL M. SILVER
Temple Sinai
Delray Beach
Knglish words are amazing.
I.nt;lish words are often
chronicles in themselves.
You say the word, salary, and
you think you're talking about
money, as you are. but the root of
the word has to do with salt, and
suddenly you are transported to
the times when the thing a person
wanted most was salt.
You say the word, principal,
and suddenly you're talking {
little I .at in mixed with French. Ir
Latin its primo. meaning first,
and then it gets a little nasal
touch as it passes through
I ranch as primo becomes prince,
the tirsi word of a group. And
suddenly there is a link-up be-
tween the primary group of a
school, the first-graders and the
principal ol the school, the first
person in importance.
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver
^ou sav the word. year, and
you think ol a 12-month period.
You say the word. hour, and
you think of HO minutes.
A year and an hour seem far
removed in meaning.
Yes, they are now. But both
the word, hour, and the word
year, have the same origins.
Moth come from the same root.
They are cousins.
The original word meant a por
lion of time.
The common of these two
words reminds us that what wt
do with our hours now deter-
mines what will happen to us in
later years.
W must not think of our
luture in terms of years. Years
don't happen. Hours do. And the
yean are the cumulative results
ill hours of work, or worry, or
investment of patience and time
and love.
So, although the two seem far
apart, they are very close.
May what we decide to do in
the next hour be a blessing to us
and others in future years. May
wo do those things which are
pleasant in the sight of Almighty
bod.
What About PLO Violations?
U.S. Advises Israel: Forget Build-Up
Continued from Page 1
Rome Airport. Later that sam
day. two explosive charges were
thrown at the Israel diplomatic
mission in Athens.
On Aug. 10. two bombs ex-
ploded next to the Israel
Embassy in Vienna. An elderly
Woman was slightly wounded.
On Aug. 29. PLO terrorists
attacked a Vienna synagogue
during Sabbath services. Two
worshippers were killed, and 19
others injured.
A Jewish restaurant in West
Berlin was bombed on Jan. 15.
The "Eagles of the Palestine
Revolution'' claimed credit for
this attack, in which a baby was
killed and 25 people wounded.
FROM July 24, 1981 until the
end of the summer months alone,
the PLO shelled and launched at-
tacks on various villages in
southern Lebanon no less than 18
times. In addition, PLO terror-
ists have attacked UN peace-
keeping troops in southern Leba-
non on 63 different occasions,
wounding five UN soldiers, the
Embassy paper said.
The PLO is receiving large
quantities of sophisticated
Soviet-made weapons directly
from the Soviet Union and Soviet
bloc countries, as well as from
Soviet client states in the region,
such as Libya and Syria. More-
over, the PLO has received
quantities of ammunition and
light arms from Saudi Arabia,
according to the paper.
Palestinian sources state that,
in the last three months, Soviet
aid to the PLO, estimated at $50
million, included ground-to-air
missiles, ground-to-ground mis-
siles. Field artillery, and radar
systems.
THE PLO has taken delivery
of large numbers of heavy artil
lery and rocket launchers, includ-
ing at least 18 130mm cannon
(with a range of over 17 miles),
and BM-21 mobile multiple
rocket launchers (which an
capable of firing rapid salvos ol
up to 40 Katyusha rockets at
targets over 13 miles)- These
weapons systems overlook all of
northern Israel, the Embassy
paper stated.
The PLO now possesses some
70 to 80 tanks, including heavy
T-54 and T-55 models, in addition
to the T-34 tanks previously in its
arsenal. The PLO has acquired
such new anti-aircraft weaponry
as the SAM-9 missile and the
23mm ZSU-4 radar-guided anti-
aircraft cannon, as well as addi-
tional SAM-7 shoulder-launched
missiles and an assortment of
lighter anti-aircraft weapons.
At present there are approxi-
mately 5,000 PLO terrorists in
southern Lebanon, many of
whom are encamped within the
UN peace-keeping zone. This
figure, however, does not include
the 1.500 terrorists in the city of
Tyre, a center for communica-
tions installations and training
bases, the Embassy reported.
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Synagogue News
TEMPLE JUDEA
SISTERHOOD
Fran Golden, Chairperson an-
nounces plans for the second
game luncheon to be held at Eve
Needleman's home. Tuesday.
March 16 at noon, located at 7085
Pine Bluff Or., l*ke Worth, to
play your favorite game and
enjoy a delectable homemade
luncheon.
Please contact committee
members: Minna Rothberg,
Dorothy Shear, and Fran Golden.
The "guys and dolls" of
Temple Judea are sending their
favorage recipes to Eve Needle-
man. Cook Book Chairperson at
7085 Pine Bluff Dr.. Lake Worth,
33463. The Committee is par-
ticularly interested in recipes
from Male Chefs. Their lilting
theme is "Pick up your Skillet"
Papas going to bake a little
Malta Brvi.''
A day trip is being planned by
Rom Colbs and (Jladys Scher-
iiht. Matinee Show and dinner on
Sunday. April 4, will feature
I rank*. Klein. "One ol a Kind"
at the Marco Polo Hotel in Miami
I leach. Bus Transportation, Din-
ner and Show is all inclusive.
TEMPLE
BETH DAVID
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
David in Northern Palm Beach
County will hold its annual
garage sale on Friday, March 12
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the
home of Vivian and Paul Ganz,
9823 Daisy Ave., Palm Beach
Gardens. There will be many
items for sale of interest to all.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Palm Beach
will again hold its Traditional Seder
Wednesday, April 7,1982
At 7:00 P.M.
Rabbi Joel Chazin
Cantor David Dardashti
will conduct this Seder
For further Information
Call Tempi* office 832-0604
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Village
W. Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services 9 a.m.
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
anus
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33448 Phone 499-7407or
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Saturdays and Holidays^ a m
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Flaoler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-
8421 Rabbi Howard Shapiro Dr. Irving B. Cohen, Rabbi
Emeritus Dr. Richard G. Shugarman, President Stephen j. Gold-
stein, Administrator .Sabbath Services, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432 Phone 391-
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath ser-
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with Rabbi
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street. Delray Beach, 33444 Rabbi
Samuel Silver President, Bernard Etish Friday services at 8:15
p m Temple Beth Torah
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd. and
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach. Mailing address:1125 Jack Pine St,
West Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward Conn, Cantor Nicholas FenaW.
President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700). Sabbath service. Friday at 8.15p.m.
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel L. Levine Cantor Rita Shore Barbara Chane.
President 1407 14th Lane. Lake Worth. Fl. 33463 Phone 965-
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m. Meeting at St.
Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000 Washington
Rd. at Southern Blvd. _____ ______________-
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile I
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue. P.O. Box 3. Boa |
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. W. Palm Beach. Fl. 33411 Rabbi Joseph
Speiser Phone 6899430 President, Samuel Eisenfeld.
Temole Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339.
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro.
Shabbath Evening Service at 8:15 p.m. in
The Sanctuary. Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15 j
a.m., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9:00a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684-3212 Offer |
hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry ::. Schectman Cantor Mordeeai
Spektor Services daily 8:30 a.m. ana 6:30 p.m. Friday. 8:30 a.m., 5
p.m. late services 8:15 p.m. followed by oneg Shabbat Saturday. 8:30
a.m.. 6 p.m. Mincha followed by Sholojh Seudoa.
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boyrrton Beach
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach'
Phone 737-4622 Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services, Friday
8:15p.m. Saturday 9a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. A' Street, Lake Worth 33460Phone 585-5020 Raboi
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays and j
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth David
at Westminister Presbyterian Church. 10410 N. Military Trait M"
Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North W"1
Beach* Phone:846-1134 Rabbi William Mardar Cantor Earl*]
Rackoff Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday 10 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue 'G\ Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman-
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nai Jacob I
at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 275 AJemeida Drh*JJ"
Springs 33461 Temple B'nai Jacob. President Jacob Frant rW
964-0034 Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. M<*
days and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
B'nai Torah Congregation M
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raion 33432 Phone: 932-8566 Rw
Nathan Zeiizer Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 93*m
, J*mp,# Emtth of *" Delray Hebrew Congreglf" ,
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446 Phone: 498-35*
Rabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbath en*
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Dally Mlnyana at 8:45 a.m. ano' i
p.m.
km **,. o TempleEmanu-Ei ^mm>\
p-kk. ?h County n*d- plm Bcri 33460 Phone: 832-09*
Rabbi Joel Chazin Cantor David Dardashti Sabbath serv**
FHday at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zlon
Uone Club 700 Cameiia Dr. Royal Palm Beach. Friday night 8
Saturday 9 a.m.
I


March 12.1982
TheVimish PhridU&'6f-Pim^B^i^Tn,mtv
PafeelS
Hstory Made
French Leader on Visit to Israel
By BEN FRANK
ARIS (JTA) His-
was made Wednesday
L Francois Mitterrand,
J President of France,
|me the first French
of state to visit the
i of Israel since it was
i in 1948.
ed, he may well be the
st ranking French official to
{he land of the Jewish nation
j Napoleon who, in his con-
of Palestine in 1799.
1 the lortress of Acre only
I turned back by the British
bibs.
| FACT, one of the scheduled
jghts of Mitterrand's trip
lit \ isit to Acre which the
fch still call St. Jean d'Acre.
passage of his memoirs
about the Egyptian and Syrian
campaigns, Napoleon stated:
"Had St. Jean d'Acre fallen I
would have changed the face of
the world."
In 1982. some historians are
also likely to point out that it was
during Napoleon's dash through
Palestine he issued a procla-
mation for a Jewish State.
The 1982 sojourn climaxes the
new French President's policy to
improve relations with Israel.
Shortly after his election last
May. he indicated that a trip to
Israel was high on his agenda,
and he was invited by Israeli
Prime Minister Menachem
Begin, who greeted his election
warmly.
MITTERRAND has had close
ties with the Jewish community
of France. He had and still has a
number of Jewish advisers, such
Leading Cantor Sholom Katz
Passes Away at Walter Reed
ISHINGTON (JTA) -
services were held here
Lolom Kin/., a leading cantor
Is country and an authority
fcwish music. He died last
Hay iii Walter Keed Army
r;il (enter after a heart
|t He was 67 years old.
Iz. who was born in Ituma-
as a recognized cantor by
no of his liar Mitzvah.
|was ordained a rabbi at the
IX and was chief cantor of
|rest before he came to the
States after World War
rinn the war he was cap-
In the Nazis and impris-
i a concentration camp. He
In later years that when he
was forced to dig his own grave in
the camp he asked the guard to
allow him to sing. He sang the
traditional El Molei ltachamin
which so moved the guard that he
allowed Kaiz to escape.
Katz was the cantor at Beth
Sholom Congregation from 1947
to 1957. At the same time, he al-
ternated with the late Cantor
Moshe Kussevitsky at the Ru-
manian Synagogue in New York
City's Lower Fast Side. He ap-
peared in concert halls and syna-
gogues in this country, Europe,
South America, Canada and Is-
rael. He was the first cantor in-
vited to give a series of concerts
in Israel after the founding of the
State.
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he met often and frequently at
Socialist International meetings
ui Israel and Europe during the
days when he was head of the
opposition Socialists.
In December. 1980, five
months before his election of
President of the Republic.
Mitterrand attended the Israel
Labor Party convention as a
raternal delegate from abroad
Unlike most other foreign dele
gates, he agreed to take part in
the opening session held at the
Binyanei Ha'ooma in Jerusalem.
Mitterrand's first public act on
the day following his election was
to visit the grave of his friend,
the late Jewish Senator Georges
Day an. He then sent a personal
invitation to Israel Labor Party
Chairman Shimon Peres to at-
tend his inauguration.
DISPATCHES from Paris last
spring noted that a sign of
Mitterrand's interest in Jewry
also was his invitation to the
noted Jewish writer. Elie Wiesel,
who lived in France, and to Pierre
Dreyfus, now a Cabinet member
but then an industrialist and
president of French OKI", to
attend the official inauguration.
Mitterrand's ties to the Jewish
community go back to the dark
days <>| World War II when
Mitterrand himself, a resistance
organizer, met his future spouse
in 194i!. Her family was active
under the Nazi occupation in
sheltering persecuted Jews.
There are five Jews in the
French Cabinet. Three of them
Justice Minister Robert
Badinter. Industry Minister
Pierre Ureyfus, and Culture Min-
ister Jack Lang have been in-
volved in the French Jewish com-
munity.
Despite the rocky road of
Franco-Israeli relations, many
French Jews generally viewed
Mitterrand, when he took office,
as continuing the legacy of
French Socialist Prime Ministers,
such as Leon Blum and Pierre
Mendes-France (both Jews) and
Guy Mollet. who led France into
the. alliance with Israel in the
1956 Sinai Campaign.
ACCORDING to French Jews,
Mitterrand is personally con-
sidered to be pro-Jewish and pro-
Israel. As one French Jewish
leader put it: "Regarding Jews,
there is no blemish on him, not
one at all."
Mitterrand was a member of
the Honorary Committee of the
LICRA (the International
League Against Racism and
Anti-Semitism.) He has even
suggested that a law be present-
ed to the Parliament to reinforce
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measures against racism and
anti-Semitism.
,.S'1C.e he took office last Ma.v
l\. Mitterrand has repeatedly
stressed the new Administra-
tion desire to improve ties with
Israel. When Foreign Minister
Uaude Cheysson. with Israeli
foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir, announced in .New York
last fall the Presidential visit
(heysson told reporters that
I; ranee intends u, hold regular
dialogues on the political and
technical issues with Israel
MITTERRAND is proud of
the fact, and he repeats it often,
that he was previously "the only
French leader of a major political
party to approve of Camp
David." and France will contri-
bute u> the international
peacekeeping force in th<- Sinai.
Both French officials and Jewish
leaders here in Paris say the
Mitterrand government is "even-
handed."
Relations at least are warmer
and friendlier. Mitterrand's views
on Israel and a Palestinian state
are well-known, and he is proud
of his consistency, even though
parts ol that consistency are ob-
viously at odds with the govern-
ment of Israel.
"1 have constantly expressed
the same position at all limes. I
would do nothing to endanger Is-
rael's existence nor the means to
exist, but I do not think it is real-
istic to pretend that the Pali sti-
nian problem does not ex. t,"
Mitterrand has said.
He has also staled: "I have
always told my friends in Jeru-
salem and Tel Aviv that they
would recognize that the
Palestinians should have a home-
land ... I am not telling them
what they should do, because I
am in favor of bilateral nego-
tiations between opponents
MITTERRAND'S comments
in Israel will be studied. On this
trip. loo. as before, he wa in
Jerusalem to meet 1'resnl nt
Yil/.hak Navon and Begin He
was scheduled to address (he
Knesset and visit Yad Vaslum.
Symbolically, his itinerary calls
for a visit to Mount Herzl. 'he
resting place of Theodor Herzl,
the founder of modern Zionism,
who wrote "The Jewish State in
a hotel room in Paris as a result
ol the Dreyfus trial.
He was due to receive an
honorary doctorate Irom the
Hebrew University, meet the
French colony in Tel Aviv and
visit a kibbutz, lie is no stranger
to French Jews who live in Israel
or to those who were in the resist-
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