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)
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Jewish Floridian
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8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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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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:cJewislfo Floridiao.
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUt YOKE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm iMch Coanty
,g_ Number20
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, May 28,1982
1 Frtd Shochu
Price 35 Cents
rial Program Featuring Galgalim
Federation to Celebrate 20th Anniversary
Jewish Federation of Palm
County will celebrate their
ar of service to the Jewish
jiity at its Annual Meet-
_ Sunday, June 6th, 7:30
|t the Hyatt Hotel, West
teach.
I Annual meeting program
elude the installation of
j and Board of Directors,
iiition of Campaign Volun-
[nd Workers and a special
lape presentation titled
[Twentieth Year," high-
j the achievements of the
Federation over the past
The Annual Meeting will
(elude a special 20th anni-
i program featuring a per-
ce by Brynie from the
group Galgalim. This
Galgalim
group appeared recently at a re-
ception sponsored by the Jewish
Federation's Young Adult Divi-
sion where they were well re-
ceived by over 100 young people
attending the event.
Brynie achieved widespread
renown in the United States as a
lead singer, narrator and artistic
director of the well-known "Here
Is Israel" production that has
tourned North America eleven
times. Typifying the American
"Olah Hadasha," she migrated to
Israel from her native Los
Angeles.
In Israel, Brynie served for two
years in the Southern Command
Variety Ensemble in the Sinai as
their lead sinner. She has repre-
sented the State of Israel in tours
sponsored by the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, in eleven coun-
tries. Brynie possesses the lilting
voice quality for the joyous songs
as well as the dramatic nuances
to interpret the omnipresent
range of emotion from nostalgia
to hope for peace. She is consid-
ered to be one of the few actresses
in Israel who possess equivalent
skills in the dance and vocal
music. As a singer and actress
she has appeared many times on
Israeli and American television
and as a performer she has ap-
peared in such prestigious thea-
ters as the Shakespeare Festival
Theater in Stratford, the Grand
Ole Opry in Nashville, Town Hall
and Delacorte Theatre in New
York. Most recently she was seen
in an off Broadway play based on
the life of Tolstoy.
The cost of the Annual Meet-
ing is $5.00 per person for a des-
sert reception following the pro-
gram. For information and re-
servations, contact the Jewish
Federation at 832-2120.
rr. John McMahon Addresses Interfaith Breakfast
Levy to Chair
UJA Hineni Mission
following remarks on
|are from Monsignor John
n of St. John Fisher
Church, who deliverd
tin address at the Inter-
Ireakfast honoring Israel's
pniversary. The Breakfast
onsored by the Communi-
Itions Council.
he rebirth of a Jewish State
Uz Yi8roel the Land of
, against all adds and in the
I near absolute despair, was
ement of faith and hope
i likewise challenged trium-
Christian assumptions.
Mour years ago, the im-
ble had happened. An anci-
ory of the wandering Jew
|proving Christian claims of
righteous anger against
the Jews for the rejection of
Jesus has been disproven.
"A critical insight that unfold-
ed through interfaith dialogue in
Israel and needs to be mentioned
at this time is the acknowledge-
ment of the continuing role of
that people of God on its own
terms. The implications of such
an acknowledgement are quite
awesome in scope. This acknow-
ledgement does not in any sense,
it should be added, back down
from the central Christian claim
to being the people of the New
Covenant. What is being said is
that Israel has an eternal coven-
ant with God; this legacy is liv-
ing, and must be understood in
its profundity and its richness. In
this acknowledgement, the con-
cepts old and new are given re-
FEDERATION OFFICE CLOSING
Jewish Federation office will be closed in observance
bhavuot Friday, May 28th.
newed content and meaning. It is
not either-or, or new abrogating
and superseding the old.
"In conclusion, it has become
clear to me that there is a task in-
cumbent on Christians as yet
hardly begun to explore the con-
tinuing relationship of the Jewish
people with God and their spirit-
ual bonds with the New Covenant
and the fulfillment of God's plan
for both church and synagogue.
For me or any Christian to revere
only the ancient Jewish
patriarchs and prophets is not
enough. In dialogue with me,
Jews in Israel explained again
and again that they do not consi-
der themselves a church, a sect or
a denomination, as is the case
among Christian communities,
but rather as a peoplehood that is
not solely racial, ethnic or relig-
ious, but, in a sense, a composite
of all these; it is a way of life. I
have come to realize that it is out
of this philosophy of life that an
Continued on Page 2
H. Irwin Levy, a prominent
Palm Beach developer has been
appointed chairman of "Hineni"
a new and innovative United
Jewish Appeal program which
will take place in New York
September 12-14. The "Hineni I"
mission is the first in a series of
major events which are planned
for the 1983 campaign.
Projected highlights for the
Hineni program include briefings
on international issues of major
Jewish concern (United Nations,
etc.), visits to Jewish historic and
cultural sites including Ellis Is-
land and the Jewish Museum,
dinner at the Four Seasons with a
leading entertainer, a luncheon at
the World Trade Center with lec-
tures by leading economists, a
mayor's reception and meetings
with American and Israeli public
figures.
"We expect about 150 couples
from all over the United States,"
stated Levy. "This program will
be replacing the Prime Ministers
Mission and patterned after the
International Mission. It is our
H. Irwin Levy
feeling that those who attend will
establish long lasting friend-
ships."
The Helmsley Palace will be
the headquarters for the Hineni
Mission which is for $100,000 and
over contributors.
I

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. JEWISH HOME FOR AGED
NEARS REALITY
The Board of Trustee* of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, led by President Erwin H. Blonder, this
past week toured and inspected the 120-bed
skilled nursing care facility now under construc-
tion on No. Haverhlll Road. Members and guests
were truly excited with the progress to date as
they inspected the layout of the various features
and special facilities that will provide quality care
for the residents. Construction of the Home is
well on schedule and presently slated for opening
on or about June 1,1963. Contracts are now being
negotiated on interior design and furnishings and
the employment of an Administrator-Executive
Director. Serving with Mr. Blonder on the Board
of Trustees are Sylvia Berman, Heinz Eppler,
Arthur Gladstone, Marilyn Lampert, Dr. Richard
Shugarman, Herbert Girard, Stanley Brenner,
Mrs. Leonard Berg, Bennett Berman, Abe Bis-
galer, Evelyn Blum, Rabbi Irving Cohen, Rabbi
Joel C. Dobin, Alec Engelstein, Dr. Ruth L.
Farkas, Shirley Fleishman, Dr. George Ford, Jr.,
Charles Jacobson, Detra Kay, Murray Kern, Dr.
Elliott Klorfein, Saul Kramer, Robert S. Levy,
Robert S. List, Joseph Molat, Dr. Bruce Moeko-
witz, Bernard PUsskin, Berenice Rogers, Rabbi
Dr. William H. Shapiro, Alan L. Shulman, Dr.
Norman Silversmith, Michael Stein, Dr. Ernest
M. Werner.
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Young Adult Division
Independence Day
Event
Pictured above at the Young Adult Division land It
Celebration program held May 2 at the PGA SheratoTl
right) Dr. Lawrence and Frieda Sbefter and Uura and p\&\
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Eva Mack. Mayor of Cky of Went Palm Beach (right), present* a
Proclamation to Evelyn Blum. Chairperson of the Interfaith Breakfast
honoring Israel's 34th anniversary of independence. Hie presentation
was made on behalf of the West Palm Beach Citv Commission
fc
Rabbi Alan R Sherman. Director of Community Relations Council
(left), presents the 1962 Interfahh Award to Rev. John F. Mangrum.
Rector of St. David s in the Pines Episcopal Church. Wellington. The
Award was presented at the Interfahh Breakfast held at the Ramada
Inn April 30. Father Mangrum was cited for Ins many efforts in sup-
port of Israel and the general community.
Community leaders, legislators, clergy, school principals and student
guests, gather at the Interfaith Breakfast sponsored by the Israel
Task Force of the Community Relations Council
biterfaith Breakfast
Continued from Page 1
overwhelming majority of Jews
see themselves, bound in one way
or another to the Land of Israel.
Most Jews see this tie to the
Land as essential to their Jewish
ness. Whatever difficulties I may
experience sharing this vision, oi
Christians may experience shar-
ing this vision, the issue for me is
to strive to understand this link
between Land and people. whkh
Jews have expressed in then-
writings and worship throughout
two millenniums as a longing for
the homeland. Holy Zion.
Interfaith dialogue has
brought out dearly to me that
the point is not who is most dear
to God. but rather what God has
called Jews and Christians to do
in and for the world: the issue is
the building of the Kingdom, not
who has the better claim to God's
love. Indeed, the key for me that
has emerged from interfaith dia-
logue is found in abandoning al-
together notions of superiority.
inferiority, of claim and counter-
claim, in Christian-Jewish rela-
tions. I found that what such ac-
tivity does is reduce what is after
all a divine mystery, to the level
of a debate. In the words of the
Jewish philosopher. Abraham
Heschel. "We go out to meet the
world not only by way of exped-
iency, but also by way of wonder.
In the first, we accumulate in-
formation in order to dominate:
in the second, we deepen our ap-
preciation in order to respond."
-X T TUNE INTO L'Chayim The Jewish Listener's Digest An Exciting New Radio Magazine Sundays 1030 am 1340 AM WPBR
ftj 3 Tune in to 'MOSAIC TV HIGHLIGHTS Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
* 1 Sunday monwig turn WPTV Banana] S. i 830 j*l wh hosts Barbara Shutmen and Slaw Gordon
Rabbi Howard Shapiro, spiritual leader of Temple
Israel. West Palm Beach, delivered an opening
address to the Young Adult Division at its Israel
Independence Dav Celebration nrosram. The
Rabbi spoke on the importance of the i
rael to the Jewish people and shared
his travel experiences while in Israel.
Members of the 1962 Young Adult Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Caked Jewish Appeal Campaign demonstrate
their Israeli dancing skills to the
"Galgalim" at their recent Israel Ind
Day celebration at the PGA Sheraton 1
Chaplains Aide Corp
Seder At
Noreen McKeen
Residence
Bea Kern (standing left), Use Mollea (center) and *-
(right), members of the Chaplain Aide Corps of the JewkhW
of Palm Beach County, conducted a Seder for Jewish rear-*
Noreen McKeen Residence. The Chaplain Aide Corp*
more than a dozen residences of retrement. nursing boot
correctional institutions.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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bndreds To Participate In Jewish
enter Study Program Committees
ILENE SILBER
Pre School
LDA PINCOURT
gk Parents & Families
\i
[LVIA LEWIS
r Adults
ADELE SIMON
Elementary School
MARILYN LAMPERT
Tween & Teen
NANCY ABRAMS
Young Adults
INCREDIBLE! That's the only way to describe the tremendous positive response of all seg-
ments of the Greater Palm Beaches Jewish community to becoming active participants and
share in the Jewish Community Center Activities Study process.
Buddie Brenner, Chairperson of the Study Committee, announced that following the distri-
bution by mail of questionnaires to a scientifically based sample of the community in every
postal zip code, the study is now moving to the next stage in the study process the activation
of committees in all areas of Jewish Community Center programs.
Serving as chairpersons of the ten program sub-committees are the following community
leaders: Ilene Silber, Pre-School Programs; Adele Simon, Elementary School Age Programs;
Marilyn Lampert, Tween and Teen Programs; Nancy Abrams, Young Adults Programs; Zelda
Pincourt, Single Parents and Families Programs; Leah Siskin, Adult Programs; Sylvia Lewis
and Ann Blicher, Older Adults Programs; Max and Joan Tochner, Family Programs; Barbra
Kaplan, Cultural Arts Programs; Charles Jacobson, Health & Physical Education and Camp-
ing Programs.
Approximately 200 persons, representing the various segments of the Jewish community of
the Greater Palm Beaches,have been named to participate in the activities of the ten program
sub-committees.
Committee members will gather data reflecting the current availability and proximity of rec-
reational, cultural, and informal educational programs to the Jewish population. The com-
mittees will utilize all information and community input to determine gaps and unmet needs in
their respective program areas.
They will make recommendations to the Study Steering Committee for the kinds of activities,
programming and Jewish Community Center building facilities that are needed to implement
these programs. It is anticipated that within the months of May and June each of the program
committees will hold a minimum of three meetings, exclusive of the many hours spent by indi-
vidual members in their field visits.
In addition to the extensive number of Program Sub-Committee meetings, there will also be
Parlor Meetings hosted in private homes throughout the Greater Palm Beach area. Anyone in-
terested in participating should call the Jewish Community Center Activities Study office, 659-
2146.
The Jewish Community Center Activities Study is sponsored jointly by the Jewish Com-
munity Center of the Palm Beaches and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.
LEAH SISKIN
Adults

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ANN BLICHER
Older Adults
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Family
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AIPAC Director Addresses Community
. A. Dine. Executive
of the American land
Affwrs Cooance
1AIPAO. the Iaraeii lobby.
aake w taw tna 11 "The
Pnce of Peace Teaapat Beta El m West Palm
Beach FoBovinc are vera^gn-
pc. riant poaats from his preeenta-
Fndaj. May 2-. :2
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VAN5T4S
S-r-.Se-
Benjamin S. Hornstein
Honored By
Brandeis University
bU
terr mack
Caaa-
Braackat
L 'mversKy in Waal ham liaaa to
celebrate the 13th anniversary of
Ueaf DCOjaUDBI S- HOf&Sta^ll Pro*
Many of the aaaaaai of the Pro-
gram, as veil as friends and sap-
porters from all over the country-.
parudpated in the Bar-Bat Vf&z-
vah lestroues. saai Brandeis
Piesajent. Marven H Bernstein.
It was Benjamin Hornstein
rboae financial support and
eatii i laap aaangrated the Horn-
stein Piugiam at Brandeis L'ni-
verstty 13 years ago. Bernstein
added. all shared m the cele-
bration of the Program s achieve
lornstem has been a
Mr
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Feftoar of Brandeis
aeoed in 1967. and in February
of 19T9 was awarded the pree-
ugkous Goldfarb Medal as Bran
deas L'mversxy i Man of the
Bea>aiia S. Horaateia
munal Service, and begin their
careers in such Jewish Agenek*
as Community Centers. Federa-
tions. Synagogues, camps and
edueaxooal lnatituuooc-
of the two
Hornet tin Program receive a
Master's degm m Jewish Corn-
Benjamin S. Hornstein is beat
known locally for his support of
the Hornstein Jewish Com-
munity Day School that bears his
Dame, which wil be moving to a
seven-acre Parker Avenu
pus in West Palm Beach in Jt
1 Fomp Aid BOI. Change the
status from ioan to grant. The
SSOOaaaaaaa for F '. 5 aircraft wiD
coat Israel 1:3 bUnn over 30
We nori attempt to avoid
Israei m the ianiooeiiW
: :-.;. jf ktaaal p^ar*-*
Israei 5 economy- is so bad-
ly over-mftaterl
ae. It is
alive, bang a
c and when, not
whether it wal happen. Jordan
*-_ prooar aaaal tBaaaaal F-
16s paas the F-5Gs The sale is
bad foreign poocy: Jordan rejects
Caanp David, has purchased
SAM iiiilr from the Soviet
Umoa: Jordanian
traasaag m USSR. We
kinafnn to pleasure the Ad-
aahstration
3. I -S Resolatioa. Syria now
attempting to expel Israel from
the General Assembly This b
wwed as the most determined
effort so far. U.S. position must
be dear and unequivocal in sup-
port of Israei and for the uni-
versal character of the UNG.V
Resolution before Congress stat-
One More Time
Harold Ochstein happily re-
ports that the Jewish Com-
-.-..;. ('enter's One More Time
VS arehouse is receiving many
kems of worth in addition to
qanbty used furniture.
Can Harold at 471-1077 and he
w ill be glad to tell you-how to get
to 3420 West 45 St.. Uirit 3 in
West Palm Beach It is just west
of Miitarv Trailon 45 Street.
- If Israel or any other demo-
cratic state ia expelled, aua-
pended. denied its credentaila. or
in any other manner denied Ma
rights and privileges in the
General Assembly of the United
Nations, the United States wil:
11 suspend its participation in the
General Assembly, and 2l with-
hold its assessed contribution to
the United Nations until this il-
legal action is reversed." This
passed the Senate: House action
due soon.
4. Terrorism. Iraq. South
Yemen and Lybia no longer on
U.S. list of countries which sup-
port terrorism. This is completely
contrary to facts, harms the pic-
ture of U.S. as a bulwark of
democracY; does not win us any-
thing but contempt, is bowing to
irnthintinniil corporations who
look only for profit, not national
mterests.
5 After
of tat I
ticulariy rmiaui.
process. What wH '{]$
hke after the return oft
We must help keep
faithful to the letter and,
Caanp David; this oar"i
tough goaL Many arei,
nounc process deal
only dead if we let k die. Tnjj
outcome to autonomy
tioos ia open-ended
6. Lebanon. Situation a|
after the last round of vi
The ceasefire appears to suu
effect. Reaction from the,
could lead to more kiiw L
U.S. should actively^
solve the problems m
rather than merely nuu,,
the status quo. The PLO*
Syrian occupation continua
oppress the people of
and to threaten Israel.
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nd
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the merger of then- practices
under the name of
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William H. Baumhauer. CPA
Stanley B. Brenner. CPA
William Fong. CPA
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P.O. Box 1179
Palm Beach. Florida 33480
(305)659-1434
May 1.1982
A in 11 o Bompand
MazelTbv
While strolling the campus grounds at the University of Edinburgh, it
wouldn t be unusual to hear "Shalom aleichem" uttered in the same breath as
Lfvm0rV -^^ Hebrew was a language taught here as early as
Jhe 1600*s. As a matter of fact, the first Jews who came to Scotland
had been specially invited to Edinburgh just to teach Hebrew. Can
you irnagine students in the land of King Charles celebrating gradua-
tion in the language of King David?
You don't have to be a Hebrew major from Eclinburghto
know that on such occasions a toast with fine scotch whisky is in
order. In Amenca, the favorite is J&.B Rare Scotch. Special blend-
ing has given j&B a flavor in a class by itself. Which is why we say
'V^F*1*" ^JCh "**J&B k ** worthV r** ^toast-
whether you say, "Cheers. Laddie!" or simply, -L'Chayirn!"
Mi It whispers.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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First American Bank Finances Day School Campus
i
..Fir9t American Ban*.
ouah its continued efforta to
erve aU segments of the com-
ity has committed to pro-
- financing for the develop-
lDt of the new Parker Avenue
pus of the Benjamin S. Horn-
Han Elementary School, Inc.,
nounced Dr. Howard Kay, for-
r School President.
We are proud," added Ri-
ard C. Preiser, Sr. Vice Presi-
nt for Real Estate at First
,erican Bank," to be able to
^ist the students, parents, and
upporters of the Homstein Day
hool. by helping to bring to
lition these stimulating new
ilities to raise the level of edu-
jtional opportunities within
aim Beach County."
The new campus at 5801
arker Avenue in West Palm
ach was purchased in 1981.
hen the seven acre campus
instruction and renovations are
Reviewing the site plan of the Day School are Shirley DeUereon, presi-
dent of the school, and Dr. Fred Simon, board member.
completed, the site will contain a
library, classroom buildings,
Stephen Levitt to Address
Pioneer Women June 3
Stephen P. Levitt, Executive
Director of the Jewish Family
nd Children's Service of Palm
ach County, Inc., will address
embers of the Pioneer Women,
ke Worth Chapter, Thursday,
|une 13,19H2. at 1:30 p.m.
Mr. Levitt's topic, "Jewish
family Life in the Era of New
Federalism,'' will cover some re-
lent trends in Jewish family
ability with an especial focus on
i quality of life for seniors who
live on fixed incomes and depend
pn government programs. Mr.
vitt's format will permit broad
questions and answers; members
of the public and of all ages are
invited to attend. The talk will be
held at the Lake Worth Shuffle-
board Courts, meeting room
1121 Lucerne Avenue, Lake
Worth.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service offers organiza-
tions the opportunity to meet
with its staff and develop pro-
grams which will enrich its mem-
bership's understanding of Jew-
ish Family Living. Interested
groups may contact the J.F. and
C.S. at 684-1991 to discuss pre-
sentations.
Career Singles
I Working singles, ages 35 to 50,
re looking forward to the
Memorial Day Party at Marvin
Ingle's, 860 Lakeside Drive,
lorth Palm Beach, Sunday May
\ at 2 p.m.
[A day off affords the working
or fellow time to play and
bjoy. Bring a bathing suit, a
pvered dish to share and your
b beverage. Bring the children
if you wish. They come free.
Donation for the grown-ups is $2.
For additional information for
this special event please call 689-
5300.
Flo welcomes calls (evenings
only please) at 689-4021 for a
game of Tennis.
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chapel, administration building,
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Benjamin S. Hornstein, Palm
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the school is named, expressed
his gratitude for First
American's help, "Since the
future of American Judaism lies
in the hands, hearts, and minds
of our children. With our increas-
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The President, Officers ond Doord of Directors
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s*ff Larry Wi Aprfl 19 to be a pan of the H*k School
program. Larry a the son of Carol a Mnaaaa II j k
ben of Beth Torah m Weihngton. He has ham oa the
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!y need someone with your experience aa
hi : atj
The Louis Kraft Award at i
two young profeaaaooats connected to a Jewnh Fe_
EUenhngem. who is the campaign director of The Jewish Fund
and Councils of St Paul. Minn.. one of the two 1962 recipients
of thas award. Paul is the son of Stank*? and Dane EBeabogea
NLvzet Tov"
It certainly was a doable ajaxha.' Laaa. 16 and Merrie Bw
awn. ij. ware recently called to the Torah in celebration of then
aW>'.e Ba: Mm%ah Mom. Mariarie I. Fejerdy.
Gabe and MOHe Isaber Ratho. famflj and friends;
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11th grade at Twin Lakes Hjgk School and Merrre a a Tth grade
student at the Benjamin S. Horns tern FJernentary School of the
Jewish Coeanaaaty Da> Scbooi of Pahn Beach County
Mazol Tov to Rabbi Howard J. Hiraeh of Temple Beth EL
Rabbi was elected to a three year term on the Board of Trustees
of the Pahn Beach Opera. Rabbi Hiraeh has been an opera buff
since the age of seven
Debbie and Maiahal Bran recently returned from Marco Is-
land where Marshall attended a seminar He is an Account
Executi,e with Merna Lyack in Pahn Beach Marshall is Presi-
dent of Temple Beth El's Men Cub and wile Debbie is past
president of Bat Gunoc Hadassah and involved in Women's
Division of The Jewish Federation of Pahn Beach Counrv
Organizations Jh
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The 1982-33 Executive Board
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111 nli maai Vice r^taidant,
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"Organizations
.Continued from P^
[and hope to see you all in the
following officers for the
- Group of Hadaseah were
j by Martha Pincu, chap-
president at a luncheon on
f.29:
Indent. Lillian Cohen; Vice
Ldent of Organization and
trams, Mae Levy; Vice Presi-
of Education, Miriam
ky; Vice President of Mem-
ihip, Grace Kleid; Treasurer,
her Levy; Recording Secre-
b, Sophie Dickson; Corre-
bding Secretary, Mollie Bach-
i; Financial Secretary, Celia
ch.
; the Florida Central Region
Conference held in May, Shalom
Weet Pain Beach Chapter of
Hadaaaah received all ribbons for
fulfilling and exceeding quotas
and goais in every category. The
Chapter was well represented at
the Conference with many of its
members attending sessions and
workshops.
Study Group courses have
been brought to a successful
conclusion under the leadership
of Augusta Steinhardt, Educa-
tion Vice President. Stimulating
Bible lectures and discussions
were held once a month, and a
class also met weekly for Hebrew
instruction. Study sessions
resume in the fall, and all are in-
vited to attend.
A scenic fall trip to the Knox-
ville Fair has been scheduled for
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
Oct 10. Reserve now with Fran
Nudelman, Flo Siegel, or Lillian
Schack.
Tikvan Chapter of Hadaeaah:
The following officers for 1982-
83 were installed at our May 17
meeting by Helen Smith, Vice
President of Florida Central Re-
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
Organizations
Continued from Page 7
on: L*ura London, Presient:
art ha
DM
Sheffrin, Frances Roee,
, Schuman and Gladys
Vice Presidents; Minnie
Treasurer; Rose Novick,
Social Secretary; Ruth Stein,
>>rding Secretary; and Anne
rman, Corresponding Secre-
unr 30 "Anniversary
Jaltz" at the Royal Palm Dinner
,eatre. Price includes transpor-
on and lunch. Call Regina
nes. If interested, there is still
oe to make arrangements to
ttend the Hadassah National
Lvention in Jerusalem Aug.
| Call Martha Sheffrin.
(call Sophie Handman for
tautiful Hadassah New Years
j and Helen Seidowitz if you
your name included in our
/greetings.
|Yovel Hadassah was chosen
j Chapter of the Year at the
orida Central Region Confer-
.; which was held in Clearwa-
the early part of May. Lee
pldberg, President, proudly ac-
pted the lovely silver bowl on
|half of all the Yovel members.
following officers were in-
died at the final meeting for
eyear 1982-83:
I Edith Deitch, Membership
President; Lee Goldberg,
sident; Sarah Kenvin, Pro-
m Vice President; Esther
oman. Education Vice Presi-
nt; Sylvia Ram, Treasurer;
Goldberg Fund Raising
i President; Rose Scooler, Re-
ading Secretary; Dorothy Eis-
tein, Corresponding Secre-
; and Frieda Brum, Financial
Mary.
IComing events:
|june 18-21 Father's Day
ek-end at the Tarleton Hotel,
|ami Beach. For reservations
Bessie Hoffman or Bertha
}plan. Good food. Excellent en-
ainment. (jood friends.
July 14 "Anniversary
altz" at the Royal Palm Dinner
eatre, Boca Raton. Call Jean
Ibin or Lee Goldberg.
Vug. 11 Milk and Honey at
Royal Palm Dinner Theatre.
1689-3024.
\ug. 18 "Milk and Honey"
| Royal Palm Dinner Theatre,
ca Raton Call Sylvia Lipnick.
B'NAI BRITH
fn a program initiated jointly
the Century Lodge of B'nai
k>th and the Central Area of the
Urn Beach County schools, 25
fildren of the area's schools re-
ped Leadership Citations at
(Third Annual School Leader-
lip Award Luncheon on May 12.
The luncheon, held at the
Mada Inn on Palm Beach
kes Boulevard, was being
nsored by the First Federal
ings and Loan Association of
Palm Beaches and the Pan
rican Bank.
The children to be honored and
pir schools are:
ul M Rasinus.BelverJere Elemen-
Shannon Bain. Berkahlre Elemen-
p. Melvln Field, Forert Hill Elemen-
Jj Krl", Maruitn*. Greenacres Ele-
nwry; Sandra Anderaon, Juim
,, i Hl8n'anl Elementary; John
"i Fisher, Kirklane Elementary;
fhotas Luileltl. Meadow Park Ele-
17%\ AleXRn"er M. Udell, Mela
?,* Elementary; Angela Qeroaa,
"> Beach Public; Amber Clark,
Vm Springs ElemenUry; Dorothy
pi. Palmetto Elementary; Sellna El-
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. J?^,eDI*x cnn'ton Junior High;
Andy Edwarda. Forest Hill High
Angela Weber, Golfvlew Junior High'
Nancy Ellen Cllne. Jefferaon DaW';
Wendy Sartory, John I Leonard High
School; David Earle, Palm Beach Pub-
lic; Bonny Dunaway. Twin Lakes High
The planning committee tor
the Central Area schools con-
sisted of Mrs. Mary Nichols, Di-
rector of Elementary Education
and Mr. R. Peter Aiello, Director
of Secondary Education.
The B'nai B'rith committee
consisted of Messrs. Victor Duke,
Herbert Edelstein, Max Harlem,
Joseph Greenberg, Sol Margolis,
David Schorr and Isidore Green-
berg, chairman.
Among the guests present to
honor the young leaders were
Mrs. Eva Mack, Mayor of West
Palm Beach: Commissioners
Frank L. Sineath and Michael
Hyman; Mr. Thomas Kelly,
Editor of the Palm Beach Post;
Mr. Donald Keller, formerly
senior vice president and Mr.
John M. Ahrenholz, vice presi-
dent of the First Federal Savings
of the Palm Beaches; Mr. James
R. Turner, executive vice presi-
dent and Mr. D. Stewart Barr,
assistant vice president of the
Pan American Bank; and Mr.
Samuel Lewis Gaber, regional di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
The school officials present
were Mrs. Susan Pell, vice chair-
person of the Palm Beach County
School Board; Mr. Thomas J.
Mills, Superintendent of the
Palm Beach County Schools; Mr
Herbert H. Bridwell, Superinten-
dent of the Central Area Schools;
Mrs. Mary Nichols, Director of
Elementary Education; and Mr
R. Peter Aiello, director of Secon-
dary Education.
B'nai B'rith Women, Maaada
Chapter, special events for June:
Full Course Luncheon and
Card Party to be held at the
Crews' Galley, Singer Island on
Thursday, June 3 at 11:30 .m.
Donation is S10 per person, all in-
clusive.
Luncheon and Matinee
"Anniversary Waltz" at the
Royal Palm Dinner Theatre,
Royal Palm Plaza, Boca Raton on
Wednesday, June 23 at noon.
For further information and
reservations for the above events,
please call Frances Chodosh
686-6415.
Let us take this opportunity of
wishing one and all a Happy,
Continued on Page 10
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    Fridav
    Organizational
    Continued from Page
    Healthful and Enjoyable sum-
    mer. And we all look forard to
    greeting you at our opening
    season meeting in September.
    B'nai B'rith Women, Menorau
    Chapter No. 1496 will hold its
    closing meeting for this season on
    June 8 at the American Savings
    Bank. Boutique noon to 1 p.m.
    Estelle Baumann will give a
    humorous reading. Refreshments
    will be served.
    The following trips are sched-
    uled:
    June 6 "Pirates of Pen-
    zance" dinner-show at the Royal
    Palm Dinner Theatre.
    June 9 "Shenandoah" at the
    Burt Reynolds Theatre, lunch
    etc.
    June 29-July 13 Canadian
    Rockies, visiting Vernon. Banff.
    Vancouver. Lake Louise. Jasper.
    Aug. 6-22 Scandinavia,
    visiting Denmark. Norway,
    Sweden, and all important cities.
    Oct. 1< Worlds Fair at
    Knoxville, touring Smoky Moun-
    tains, Chattanooga Choo Choo.
    Oct. 2 The Orient, 23 days,
    visiting Japan, Bangkok, Tai-
    wan, Hongkong, Singapore.
    Penang.
    Oct. 2 Israel and Egypt.
    For information, call Ruth
    Rubin or Lillian Cohen.
    Installation of officers for 1982-
    83 of B'nai B'rith Women. Mitz-
    vah Council No. 518 was recently
    held. Frances Chodesh was
    Luncheon Chairman.
    Installing officer was Rosalind
    Ornstein, member of the B'nai
    B'rith National Anti-Defamation
    League Advisory Committee.
    The following will serve as offi-
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    which is comprised of Chapters in
    West Palm Beach. Lake Worth,
    and North Palm Beach:
    Sylvia Lewis. President; Anita
    Potkin, Administration Vice
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    "June Is Bustin' Out All
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    To celebrate. Olam Chapter of
    B'nai B'rith Women is holding a
    Fun Day for members and guests
    on Thursday. June 10 at 12:30
    p.m. in the Social Hall of the
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    There will be a mini-luncheon
    and Game Day. comprised of
    Canasta. Bridge. Gin, Mah
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    Everyone is invited to make up a
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    The tickets are $3.50 each.
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    Send your reservations to:
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    lumbers of the Second
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    and a special thanks for then-
    very successful fun fundrnfamg
    Bake Sale. Sam Rubm. president.
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    Idjyj, seven nights at $435
    l^n double occupancy,
    |rtte upon request.
    ie contact Rose Sokolower
    Roth, re: World's Fair
    American ORT,
    [ Beach Chapter.
    piewhere on this earth an
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    technologies to become
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    I in completion consists of
    J interconnected buildings
    aing the first. This provides
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    I stage is set for Sept. 12,
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    May 21
    SHAVUOT Hadcmah Bat Gurion -10 a.m.
    May If
    SHAVUOT Women's American ORT Evening
    May 30
    Temple Beth David Men's Club School Picnic
    May 31
    MEMORIAL DAY
    Jana 1
    Congregation Beth Kodesh Sisterhood B'nai B'rith No. 3132
    7:30 p.m. American Jewish Congress Installation 12:30 p.m.
    B'nai B'rith Women Chai board 8 p.m. Women's League
    for Israel 12 noon Pioneer Women Cypress Lakes board 1
    p.m. Temple Beth El board 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Men's
    Club Dinner Meeting B'nai B'rith No 3041 board 3 p.m.
    June 2
    Pioneer Women Ezrat 12:30 Jewish Community Center -
    board 8 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club board 7:30
    p.m. B'nai B'rith No 3113 board 8 p.m. Women's American
    ORT North Palm Beach County Region Exec. Committee 9:30
    a.m. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m.
    Jane 3
    Hadossah Chai board 10 a.m. Women's American ORT -
    Evening 8 p.m. Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl 1 p.m. -
    Hadassah Polm Beach County board 10 a.m. Hadassah Bat
    Gurion board 10 a.m. National Council of Jewish Women -
    cin?,C,h0l?e ^boord 9:30a.m. Women's American ORT -
    Century board B'nai B'rith Women Ohav -1 p.m.
    Jim4
    B'nai B'rith Women Olam 12:30p.m.
    June 5
    June 6
    B'nai B'rith No. 3113 board 10 a.m. Congregation Anshei
    Sholom Men's Club Dance JEWISH FEDERATION ANNUAL IN-
    STALLATION HYATT HOTEL 7:30 p.m.
    Jane 7
    B'nai B'rith No. 3016 board 3 p.m. Congregation Anshei
    Sholom board 9:30 a.m. Women's American ORT Lake
    Worth West board 9:30 a.m. Jewish Community Day School
    -board -8 p.m. Temple Beth David Men's Club 8 p. m. 'Tem-
    ple Israel Sisterhood board 10 a.m.
    June 8
    Hadassah Henrietta Szold board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
    - Masada board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Menorah
    Community Planning Meeting 7:30 p.m.
    June 9
    Jewish Community Day School Graduation Congregation An-
    shei Sholom 1 p.m. "Temple Israel's Men's Club 8 p.m.
    June 10
    Hadassah Aliya board 9:30 a.m. American Jewish Congress
    board 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT -Century 'Tem-
    ple Beth Sholom board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah Golda Meir -
    board 10am.
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    The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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    The Important Task Facing Us
    By RABBI
    EMANUEL EISENBERG
    Temple Beth Shalom
    Lake Worth. Fla
    Even in the midst of the
    world's greatest advance in tech-
    nology and material gains, we
    find a pessimism and despair
    gripping many of oar people and
    '-hey feel they are facing futility
    in their present life and the future
    of mankind. We must therefore
    pause for a moment and seek out
    the cause of our ills, and remedy
    them.
    Many of our troubles stem
    from the weakened and ineffect-
    ual role suffered by organized
    religion today. While church and
    temple affiliation is supposed to
    be at all time high, the influence
    of the churches, temples, and re-
    ligious leadership is at a very low
    point. Our main concern is that
    people are paying only lip service
    to the religious institutions-they
    belong, in theory bat in practice
    thev reduce G-d. relision and the
    truths to a subordinate role.
    The Jewish tradition
    the assignment of providing a
    proper understanding of its
    historic teaching* by setting pat-
    terns and examples of high
    ethical conduct. It urges us to
    stop offering alibis for our wide-
    spread moral laxity. We live in a
    democracy and practice a religion
    but must have a confirmed and
    stable belief that the efficacy of
    democracy, religion and Judaism
    will contain the ingredients which
    can and should make for a livable
    and peaceful world.
    Regardless of criticism both
    within and without a temple this
    Rabbi Emasoel Eiseaberg
    institution remains the one ready
    to cope with the agenda of Juda-
    ism. Only the synagogue can
    cope with certain tasks, challen-
    ges and purposes which have
    constituted the heart of Judaism
    The three classic functions of the
    synagogue-prayer, study and as-
    sembly are still the indispen-
    sable ingredients of Jewish com-
    munal life. Despite the secular
    cinics Judaism will not survive
    without the religious elements
    provided by the synagogue. No
    other institution is equipped or
    capaole of evoking interest in
    sound Jewish study.
    The synagogue is a human in-
    stitution, not a divine one. It can
    be only as good as the human
    beings who participate in and
    guide the programs. The very
    people who satirize the temple are
    often the most culpable Let us
    eliminate the vulgar and crass.
    THE MENORAH PRENEED PLAN.
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    and financial value of pit need planning.
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    SOUTH FUMO* mot) BOCA RATON TO I
    Let our people take part and by
    their genorisity let tbem makt
    unnecessary the dinners, bazaars,
    parties, and other fund raising
    projects.
    The temple commands the loy-
    alty of Jews-rf not continually, at
    feast during the significant mile-
    stones of life, birth, death, mar-
    riage and child education. Suc-
    re*- not morality has become the
    Jewish standard Our children
    see our way of living as hypocrisy
    oar double standards have
    made the*" see our insincerity in
    our efforts to appear as good
    Jews
    If Judaism vanishes in Ameri-
    ca as some have suggested, it will
    not be as the result of intermar-
    riage, serious as this may be and
    not because of any threat from
    outside source: but it will vanish
    because of the apathy and enmity
    to Judaism from within the com-
    munity.
    Those who turn away from the
    Temple and temple affiliation and
    it s services are the first to come
    to the Temple and its spiritual
    leaders in time of need, realizing
    that other sources can be of no
    assistance- Being religious does
    not require magic, superstition or
    idolatry Being religious does
    mean that we must share our joys
    with others, and seek in ourselves
    and others the strength to face
    the test of life to seek in the
    wisdom of the ages a meaningful
    life in the future.
    Let us erase differences from
    oar hearts and devote our
    energies to the promotion of a
    stronger Judaism, greater in-
    volvement in community activi-
    ties. While there may be differ
    ences in liturgical or theological
    elements existing in the temple.
    the community and the Jewish
    faith, they do not have to
    separate us in our concern as
    Jews, for the faith of a stronger
    Judaism.
    Religion properly understood.
    provides its adherents with a
    salutary universal outlook. It can
    and should inspire us to lead lives
    of high ethical principle and
    moral sensitivity.
    What better avenue of Jewish
    reinforcement is there than to be
    I in the environment of the syna-
    gogue as often as possible? It is
    never too late to return to the
    synagogue and a religious life. Be
    one of the many to join a Temple
    and be a builder of Judasim. Sup-
    port a Temole faithfully and take
    pride in its achievements in the
    community and for the future
    generations.
    Pre-Camp
    Parents Night
    The staff of the Jewish Com-
    munity Center cordially invites
    the participants of all the
    Summer Programs and their par-
    ents to the special Pre-Camp
    Night at Camp Shalom Thur-
    sday. June 10 from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Many of the counselors will be
    on hand to greet those who will
    be coming to the different pro-
    grams as well as the Camp Direc-
    tor. Harreen Bertisch. A free
    camp shirt will be given out and
    the opportunity to purchase
    additional shirts. Tote bags to be
    used for carrying bathing suits,
    towels and lunches will also be
    available for purchase.
    This is an opportunity for new-
    comers to visk the beautiful
    camp grounds of Camp Shalom
    and for those who have previous-
    ly attended to meet old friends.
    Camp Shalom is on Belvedere
    Road one mile west of the Florida
    Turnpike.
    Synagogues in Palm Beach Cm
    Orthodox
    AiU Chaks Congregation Cestery Vill^e
    W Palm Beach. Phone: 689-4675. Sabbath service, t.
    p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
    Congregation Anshei Emana
    551 Brittany L. Kings Point. Defray Beach 33446 Pk
    7407 or 499-9229. Harry Silver, President. Daily sen-iniV
    and 5 p.m. Saturdays and Holidays 9 ajn.
    Reform
    Temple Israel
    1901 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach 83407. PhoBi
    _: Rabbi Howard Shapiro. Dr. Irving B. Cohen I
    Emeritus. Dr Richard G. Shugarman. President. Ceceil1]
    man. Educator. Stephen J. Goldstein. Administrator Sahl
    services. Friday 8 p.m
    Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
    333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432. Phone 3914
    Rabbi Merle E. Singer. Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabbath i
    Friday 8:15 p.m.. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Studv with]
    Singer. Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m
    Temple Sinai
    at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave.
    Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street. Delray Beach. 33444?
    Samuel Silver. President, Bernard Etish. Friday services mm
    p.m.
    Temple Beth Torah
    at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill L
    and Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach. Mailing address: It
    Jack Pine St.. West Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward i
    Cantor Nicholas Fenakel. President Ronnie Kramer 1793-2
    Sabbath service. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
    Temple Jades
    Rabbi Joel L. Levine. Cantor Rita Shore, Barbara Chars I
    dent. 1407 14th Lane. Lake Worth, Fl. 33463. Phone 965-7
    Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m. Meeting at St. Cath
    Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000 Washington Rd.i
    ^outhern^vd^
    Conservative-Liberal
    Temple Eternal Light
    at Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades I
    (1 mile west of Boca Turnpike). The Free Synagogue, P.O. 1
    3. Boca Raton 33432. Phone: 368-1600. 391-1111. Rabbi I
    jamin Rosayn. Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
    Conservative
    Golden Lakes Temple
    1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. W. Pahn Beach. Fl 33411._
    Joseph Speiser. Phone 689-9430. President. Samuel Eisenfeli
    Temple Beth El
    2815 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach 33407. PhoneJ
    0339. Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro, Sal1
    Evening Service at 8:15 p.m. in The Sanctuary Saturday i
    ing at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15 a.m.. Sunday andl
    Holidays at 9 a.m.
    Congregation Anshei Sholom
    5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-32H
    Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman.Ci
    Mordecai Spektor. Services dairy 8:30 a.m.'and 6:30 i-
    Friday. 8:30 a.m.. 5 p.m., late services 8:15 p.m. followed 1
    Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 a.m.. 6 pjn. Mincha followed!
    Sholosh Seudos.
    Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boy ntoo Beach
    at Congregational Church, 115 N. Federal Hwv.
    Beach. Phone 737-4622. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin. Sab
    services. Friday 8:15 p.m.. Saturday 9 a.m
    Temple Beth Skolom
    315 N. 'A' Street, Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. -
    Emanuel Eisenberg, Cantor Jacob Elman. Services Monday
    Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 pm., Saturday at 9*
    Temple Beth David
    at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military 1
    Palm Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North U
    Beach. Phone 845-1134. Rabbi Wilham Marder, Cantor Eai^
    Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday at 8 pm.. Saturday lOs-B-i
    Temple Beth Sboaoao
    224 N.W. Avenue *G\ Balk Glade 33430. Cantor Jack!
    man. Sabbath services. Friday at 8:30 pjn.
    Temple Basi Jacob
    at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 275 Afemeida Drr*M
    Spring 33461. Tempie B'nai Jacob. President Jacob
    Phone 964-0034. Sabbath services. Friday at 8 pm. Sat
    9 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays at 9am.
    B'nai Torah Congregation
    1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton 33432. Phone 9W
    Rabbi Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services, Friday 8:wf
    Saturday 9:30 a.m.
    Temple Emeth of the Delray Hebrew Cosgregsu*
    5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446. H>"jL
    3536. Rabbi Bernard Silver. Cantor Benjamin Adler. 9j
    services. Friday at 8 pjn., Saturday at 9 ajn. Daily Um
    8-45 a.m. and 5" p.m.
    Temple Eassaa-H
    190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone
    Rabbi Joel Chazin. Cantor David Dardashti. Sabbath
    1 riday at 8:30 p.m.. Saturday at 9 a.m.
    Temple Beth Zios
    Lions Club 700 Camelia Dr. Royal Pahn Beach. F.
    pm and Saturday 9 a.m. President. Brian Schwartz
    Cantor Albert Koalow.



    iy,My28.
    1982
    The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

    Page 15
    Synagogue News
    TFMPLEEMANU-EL
    ^SISTERHOOD
    M our last meeting on Apr. 19
    he following executive board
    embers were installed:
    ^Presidents: Mrs. Robert
    lorn (Frances), and Mrs. Joseph
    lubenstein (Ruth).
    Vi* Presidents: Membership.
    ,1 Hy Rudoff (Ruth); Pro-
    am Mrs. Richard Lynn (Mar-
    ine)' Mrs. William Matheson
    IMonique). andMrs. Sidney Ross
    IRunal.
    Recording Secretary, Mn,.
    Saul Fortunoff (Dorothy); Corre-
    sponding Secretary: Mrs. Morris
    Pozen (Miriam); and Treasurer:
    Mrs. Louis Weissblatt (Sarah).
    ANSHEISHOLOM
    SISTERHOOD
    Sisterhood of Anshei Sholom
    will hold its Board Meeting on
    Monday, June 7, at 9:45 a.m.,
    and its Regular Meeting on Tues-
    day, June 15, at 1 p.m..when
    Aaron Rose will review "Book of
    Life."
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    Chaim is taking reservations for
    its Annual weekend at the Tarle-
    ton Hotel in Miami Beach from
    Nov. 5 to Nov. 8. An interesting
    and exciting program is being
    planned for the event. The rates
    per person, including transporta-
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    $135 for single and $98 for three
    in a room. For further informa-
    tion and reservations call Gert
    Weishaus, Monya Goldberg, Ceil
    Berkowitr or Ida Sternheim.
    TEMPLE ISRAEL
    On Shavuot, May 27, Temple
    Israel, 1901 North Flagler Drive,
    West Palm Beach, will hold its
    25th Confirmation Service in the
    Sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. Because
    the Jewish people received the
    Torah on Shavuot, this holiday
    has become the season for the
    beautiful ceremony in which boys
    and girls are confirmed. Rabbi
    Howard Shapiro relates "that as
    Israel accepted the Torah at
    Sinai, so Israel's Children our
    children will accept values and
    truths by which they shall live."
    Their teachers for this year,
    Rabbi Shapiro and Ceceil Tish-
    man, Principal have both re-
    marked about the warmth and
    sincerity of these youngsters.
    The community is invited to cele-
    brate this joyous occasion with
    the Temple family. Following the
    services there will be a reception
    in the Social Hall, hosted by the
    parents of the Confirmands.
    TEMPLE BETH DAVID
    Shavuot Service and
    Confirmation of Students
    Temple Beth David of North-
    ern Palm Beach County will hold
    Shavuot Services on Friday, May
    28 at 10 a.m. On Friday Eve.,
    May 28 at 8 p.m. a special Family
    Service will be conducted by
    Rabbi William Marder, Spiritual.
    Leader of the Congregation,
    accompanied by Cantor Earl
    Rackoff marking the Festival of
    Shavuot and the Confirmation of
    the Hebrew School students. The
    members of the Confirmation
    Class will participate and add
    their original thoughts as a spe-
    cial contribution to the program.
    This ceremony is a culmination of
    a year long Confirmation study
    program which met weekly with
    Rabbi Marder. The confirmands
    are Lee Kaplan, Danny Katz,
    Traci Golden, Ken Weintraub,
    Shari Gordon, Gail Wolfson,
    Alison Stolzer. and Drew Stoller.
    Following the "Service on Friday
    evening, all are invited to par-
    take in the collation of traditional
    Shavuot foods provided by the
    parents of the confirmands.
    The Saturday morning Sha-
    vuot Service on May 29 at 10
    a.m. will include Yizkor and Me-
    morial prayers. The Congrega-
    tion curently meets at Westmin-
    ster Presbyterian Church, Mili-
    tary Trail and Burns Rd., Palm
    Beach Gardens.
    All are welcome.
    created by the students under the
    direction of Faye Stoller.
    Hebrew School Graduation
    On May 23, Temple Beth Da-
    vid of Northern Palm Beach
    County held its Hebrew School
    Graduation. The graduates par-
    ticipated in an original prom-am
    under the direction of Cantor
    Earl Rackoff and teacher, Mari-
    lyn Dias. There was a special art
    exhibit on the various themes
    marking the Festival of Shavuot
    TEMPLE JUDEA
    SISTERHOOD
    Temple Judea Sisterhood new
    officers are listed as follows:
    President, Edith Grushow;
    Vice Presidents: Fran Golden,
    Myra Berger, Ruth Lazar; Fi-
    nancial Secretary. Susan Domb,
    Treasurer, Rose Kohn, and Cor-
    responding Secretary, Ellen
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