Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County


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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian
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8 v. : ill. ;
Fred K. Shochet
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Miami, Fla


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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.
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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Palm Beach, Florida Friday, October 8, 1982
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Marva Perrin Named Campaign
Chairman Of Women's Division
. Cynnie List, president of the
IWooen's Division of the Jewish
iFeckration of Palm Beach Coun-
Itv has announced the appoint-
|arot of Marva Perrin as new
lampaign chairman.
I Mrs. Perrin currently serves as
liegional vice chairman of the
I Young Women's Leadership
ICibinet of the U nited Jewish Ap- ^^
ImI and is a member of the Bat ,*%
|Gunon Chapter of Hadassah and
Women's American ORT. Last
for she served as co-chairman of
like United Jewish Appeal Young
lladership Regional Retreat.
am extremely proud to be
.. Ling with the 1982-83 Woro-
i's Division Campaign Cabi-
K," says Mrs. Perrin, "for they
lonly recognize the current fi-
lial crisis facing world Jewry,
they have the personal
wage and conviction to create
I implement new and innova-
t programs programs
ikh will contribute to the over-
I success of the 1982-83 cam-
Jewish Community Meets in Show of Solidarity
$50,000 Raised For Special
Emergency Fund For Israel
She added that "strong cam-
leadership in previous
s has been the key factor in
ividing our women with a keen
! of campaign which will be
valuable in coordinating the
wive amount of work which
e will all be expected to share
I year."
According to Mrs. Perrin,
"ins are now being finalized for
opening luncheon on De-
er 8. The luncheon, co-chair-
[by Mrs. Shirley Blonder and
t. Carole Greenbaum, will fee-
Ruth Gruber, author of
Marva Perrin
As for Marva Perrin's feelings
about the upcoming year, she
says, "I look forward with great
anticipation to what I firmly be-
lieve will be an exciting and ful-
filling year for Women's Divi-
Mrs. Perrin resides in W. Palm
Beach with her husband, Robert
and their nine-year-old son,
Joshua. She has traveled to Is-
rael many times, including the
National Women's Division
Chazon Training Mission. This
week she will join the West Palm
Beach contingent on the national
UJA "gathering" in Israel Oct.
Over 1,000 members of the
Palm Beach County Jewish com-
munity joined together in a show
of solidarity with Jews in need all
over the world. In a unanimous
show of support those present
pledged $50,000 to the 1983
Special Emergency Fund for
Israel. Myron J. Nickman, 1983
General Campaign Chairman, ex-
plained that these funds will be
used to support absorption, rural
settlement, youth care and
training, education and social
programs which have been
turned over to the Jewish Agency
by the Israeli government as a
result of the tremendous costs of
the operation in Lebanon. The
government cannot maintain
these programs, which would be
terminated if the Jewish Agency
did not assume responsibility for
them. "The American Jewish
community," Nickman stated,
"through Federation-UJA
campaigns is being asked to raise
$220 million and our share in
Palm Beach County is SI.3
million this year." This money is
in addition to contributions to
the regular campaign.
The program, sponsored by the
Rabbi Howard Hirsch speaks to
solidarity, sponsored by the Jewish
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach <
County opened with remarks
from Jeanne Levy, President,
who stated "We gather together
tonight as a Jewish community
at a time of great concern in
Jewish life, to reaffirm our corn-
community meeting for Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach county.
mitment to the survival of the
Jewish people and to express our
solidarity with Jews around the
world and in Israel who are in
danger because they are Jewish."
Continued on Page 2-
UJA National Hineni Leadership
Meeting Launches 1983 Campaign
lews to Number 100,000
[JERUSALEM -(JTA) A Jewish population of some
",000 will dominate the West Bank in three years if the
*ent birth rate continues, according to a study nearing
npletion by Dr. Meron Benvenisti, former Deputy
lyor of Jerusalem.
I HE FOUND that contrary to popular belief, the natural
kk murease amon8 Palestinian Arabs in the territory
P>wer than the birth rate of Jews inside Israel proper.
NEW YORK The 1983
United Jewish Appeal Regular
Campaign and Israel Special
Fund were launched nationally
last week at the first UJA Hineni
Leadership Meeting with pledges
totaling S22.264.000, UJA Na-
tional Chairman Robert Loup an-
nounced today. Serving as chair-
men of the National Hineni
Meeting were H. Irwin Levy,
member of the board of directors
of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, and George Klein
of New York City.
More than 300 American Jew-
ish leaders from 48 communities
across the nation participated.
The pledge total, including
Regular and Special Fund gifts,
represents a 46.8 percent increase
over contributions by the same
donors to the 1982 Regular Cam-
Immediately following the
three-day event, the first national
gathering in the U.S. of donors of
8100,000 or more and the largest
meeting ever in that category,
UJA's national and regional
leaders prepared to join more
than a score of prominent Israelis
and American public persnalities
in this week's National "Fly-In"
program of campaign meetings
and solicitations covering more
than 70 cities.
The Hineni Meeting and "Fly-
In" are the first two major gifts
events in the Liftoff '83 series de-
signed to generate community
campaigning at capacity levels.
The Regular Campaign seeks to
meet in full the ongoing budge-
tary needs of all overseas and
community human-support pro-
grams. The Israel Special Fund
was established to enable the
Jewish Agency to fund vital pro-
grams and services threatened
with curtailment because of the
huge impact of "Operation Peace
for Galilee" on Israel's economy.
"The results of the Hineni
Meeting, at a time of intense de-
bate and discussion on recent and
ongoing events in the Middle
East, are a vivid demonstration
of American Jewish unity and
solidarity with the people of Is-
rael," Loup commented. "More
than ever, the leadership of our
communities is determined to
Continued on Page 7-
Women's Division Appoints New Director
The Jewish Federation of Palm
feach County announces the ap-
pointment of Lynne Ehrlich as
women's Division Director, ac-
cording to Federation president,
Jeanne Levy.
In the past, Ms. Ehrlich has
*orked as a professional for the
women s Division of Eastern
^ng Island. She has also served
M ch"rman in a lay leadership
2Sflly fr the business and
Professional women', group of
">e South Broward Jewish Fed-
w>n. For the past two years
Wa? ,dinctoT of South
Kroward branch of the American
cancer Society.
Hii!..the new wn' Division
hi^'M"' Ehrlich's reaponsi-
Lynne Ehrlich
closely with the division's ray
leadership in implementing pro-
grams in a variety ot areas.
The Women's Division plans
their own campaign programs, as
well as educational, outreach and
leadership development pro-
grams. "Moreover, as women,"
says Ms. Ehrlich, "we have to
use our distinct capabilities to
insure that we continue to play a
major role in the overall growth
and development of Palm Beach
County's Federation."
"My new position is a particu-
larly challenging one because I
have the opportunity to work
closely not only on campaign, but
on all of the programs which
relate to campaign," Ms. Ehrlich
Ms. Ehrlich, a resident of W.
Palm Beach, holds a bachelor of
science degree from Monmouth
College in New Jersey.
The Women's Division has or-
ganized a business and profes-
sional women's Cameo Mission to
Israel Oct. 17-24. The mission is
sponsored by the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach Ccunty and is
open by invitation only to a select
group of business and profession-
al women.
Other upcoming events include
".he Women's Division Open
Board of Directors Dessert Meet-
mgs on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 8
p.m.; the BAP Women's Group
meeting on Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m. at
the Hyatt Palm Beaches; and the
Jewish Women's Assembly also
scheduled lor Nov. 3
For further information
contact Lynne Ehrlich at 832-

Page 2
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday. October 8
War is Hell
But Trade Goes on Wit
Merchants of Israel
Barbara Shulman
Elaine Bloom
Seymour Leibman
Jewish Women's Assembly To
Highlight American And Israel Scene
"1980 is a Decade for Concern
Challenges for Jewish
Women" will be the theme of the
4th Annual Jewish Women's As-
sembly sponsored by the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach Coun-
ty. The program will be held at
the Hyatt Palm Beaches on
Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 9 am
to 2:30 p.m.
In planning the program for
the day, this year's co-chairmen.
Marcia Shapiro and Doris Singer,
felt that it was important to dis-
cuss current issues addressing
the Jewish people today in order
that we be kept up-dated and in-
formed of the events taking place
in Israel and around the world.
With this in mind, the Jewish
Women's Assembly will provide
each participant with a choice of
two sessions to include "Ameri-
ca's Perception of Israel in the
Media" presented by Barbara
Shulman, 1982 General Cam-
paign Chairman. During the
same session Elaine Bloom,
Director of the Government Af-
fairs Committee of the Florida
Association of Jewish Federa-
tions, will speak on the Political
Scene as related to "America's


Perception of Israel."
Barbara Shulman is a member
of the Women's Division Na-
tional Board Executive Commit-
tee. Elaine Bloom is a former
member of the Florida House of
Representatives and has been ac-
tive in the Florida community for
many years.
The other session titled "Israel
A Firsthand Report" will be
presented by noted historian,
university lecturer and author
Dr. Seymour Liebman. Both ses-
sions will allow questions from
the audience.
"By offering these topics for
discussion at the Jewish
Jewish Community Meets
In Show of Solidarity
Continued from Page 1
Mrs. Levy expressed outrage at
the murderous attacks which
have recently taken place on
Jews in Paris and Brussels. She
also expressed sorrow over
events in Lebanon stating "We
encourage the American
- government to act so aa to
i nurture the stability of Lebanon
in a manner congruent with the
national interest of the American,
Israeli and Lebanese people
where there is common desire for
On the platform along with
Levy and Ntckman were Cynnie
1 List, Women's Division Pres-
- ident; and Norman J. Schimel-
5 man, Executive Director of the
B Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
| County, along with members of
'the Palm Beach County Rabbin-
ical Council, including Rabbi Joel
Chazin, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El. Palm Beach; Rabbi
Howard Hirsch, spiritual leader
- of Temple Beth El, West Palm
L Beach; Rabbi Joel Levine, Pres-
l ident of the Rabbinical Council
S and spiritual leader of Temple
Judea, West Palm Beach; Rabbi
Howard Shapiro, spiritual leader
of Temple Israel, West Palm
Beach and Rabbi Joseph Speiser,
spiritual leader of Golden Lakes
Temple, as well as Cantor Earl
Rackoff of Temple Beth David,
Palm Beach Gardens.
Rabbi Joel Levine set the tone
for the meeting by stating
"When we stand together no one
can break our spirits."
Rabbi Hirsch gave a major
address where he characterized
the scope of "a global offensive
against the State of Israel and
the Jewish people whose
principal weapons are not planes
or tanks or missiles but hatred,
intimidation, distortion and
deception." He emphasized that
the electronic media has suc-
ceeded in "massively slanting
world opinion against Israel."
"Israel has finally done what a
morally concerned world should
have done long ago." Hirsch
continued. "Israel did what
Ronald Reagan would have done
if Canadian terrorists had aimed
katusha rockets at New York,
Detroit, Cleveland and Minneap-
olis." Hisrsch expressed the
Jewish people's "revulsion and
horror" at the recent events in
Lebanon. "It is appalling,
Women's Assembly, it is hoped
that each woman attending will
become more aware and better
educated, so that she may deal
more effectively with the con-
cerns and challenges facing Jew-
ish women today," stated Doris
Singer, co-chairman.
The cost for the Jewish
Women's Assembly is $20 per
person. Registration will be on a
first come first serve basis, as
space is limited. Child care will be
available for infants through pre-
For more information contact
co-chairman Marcia Shapiro or
Doris Singer at 832-2120.
Trade by Lebanese mer-
chants with Israeli firms in
July reached a volume for
the month of $4 million,
and a delegation of
Lebanese tradesmen who
visited Israel last week
placed orders totalling a
similar amount, it was re-
ported here.
' Lebanese commerce with
Israelis has been going on for the
past five years, since the opening
of the "good fence" on the Israel-
Lebanese border, a wide-open
crossover point. Before Israel
sent its forces into Lebanon on
June 6, most of the Lebanese
traders came from the south
Lebanese sector controlled by
Maj. Saad Haddad and his Chris-
tian militia. Since then, officials
siad, the number of merchants
from other parts of Lebanon has
INITIALLY, the merchants
from Tyre and Sidon received
special permits to go to the "good
fence" border points where they
bought products from Israeli
tradesman. Later, they received
permits to enter Israel proper to
make purchases.
The Lebanese tradespeople
buy mostly food, medical sup-
plies, construction materials, as
well as electrical ,
American cigarettes, Efc
and sunUar items. Officials d
the $4 million m purchase,!
mounttd to m" than the?,
of all business transaction, i
tween Israel and Egypt since
two countries signed their
treaty four years ago.
Before the war,: .
buyers purchased products ,,
Israel at a volume of $500 OOOJ
$700,000 a month. Zvi Amit i
rector general of the I8'
Chamber of Commerce Aaaj,
tion, said "this is only the
ginning. These are only feel!
Lebanon is a huge mvket, wk
serves as an intermediary i
to the entire Arab world."
German Claims
Deadline Neare
Conference on Jewish Mat
Claims Against Germany
nounced that the filing deai.
for applications to the Claia
Conference Hardship Fund
expire on Dec. 31. ApplicaL
may also be filed by such _
secutees who prior to Dec. 31
1965 resided in countries outM
Eastern Europe and did not I
timely claims under the Ge
Indemnification Law.
Over 1,000 members of the Palm Beach
Jewish community meet at Temple Beth
however, to consider the nature
of the attack on the State of
Israel for its alleged passive
complicity in the (Beirut)
massacre." He sited the self-
righteous indignation of world
leaders, including Leonard
Brezhnev, President Assad of
Syria and King Hussein of
Jordan *| of whom have
entered the "crucify Israel
sweepstakes." "The world has
forgotten the tragic decades of
civil war in Lebanon ... the
100,000 Lebanese Christians
slaughtered by Arafat and his
Soviet equipped gangsters .
the brutal sssasinations of the
President-elect of Lebanon and
some 25 Lebanese political
leaders just last week. The world
only remembers the impossibly
cruel double standard which it
applies to Israel.
Rabbi Hirsch concluded his
remarks by stating "This is a
time to stand fast with our people
throughout the world whereever
they may be. This is a time for a |
community of purpose, fearless :
vision and steadfast courage.
Tonight let's write ourselves
down in the book of life, for life, ;
for unity, for peace."
Transcripts of Rabbi Hirschs
speech are available upon
request. *^
County a*""* of solidarity with Jews in need all over I
El in a world.
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ltndlV,Qct0ber8, 1982
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3
1983 Campaign Vice Chairmen Named
, *, I Nickman, General
i Myro.n of the 1983 Jewish
fenn.UJA campaign has
ES four promient leaders of
Kim Beach County Jewish
I*-unity to serve as Vice
S J They are Arnold L.
EZt H. Irwin Levy. Larry
SS dD Rk:h"d *
. [n announcing these appoint-
Imii(s Nickman stated "these
J possess the skills, experience
lux! personal commitment that
L vital to the success of the
11963 campaign. Their dedication
Ind service to the Jewish people
Iamide an example to ua all in
litriving to meet this record chal-
, Arnold L. Lampert is Prosi-
Idait of Professional Planners
Ibe, North Palm Beach. He pre-
Itentiy serves as Vice President of
I the Jewish Federation of Palm
I Beach County where he serves on
I their Budget and Allocations
I Committee. He is also financial
I ncretary and treasurer of Temple
Beth El, West Palm Beach.
[limpert has been active in the
Ipederation-UJA campaign for
Inuy years. Last year he served
I is overall chairman, along with
Ius wife Marilyn, of Super
ISunday '82. He has made many
I trips to Israel most recently on
lilt second Prime Minister's Mis-
lun this oast August.
Arnold L. Lampert
H. Irwin Levy, serves as
Chairman of the Board, President
and Chief Executive Officer of
Cenville Development Corp. He
is also senior member of the law
firm of Levy, Shapiro, Keene and
Kingcade, P.A., Palm Beach, He
is also chairman of the board of
Communications and Cable Inc.
and President of Century Village
of Israel, LTD. Levy sits on the
board of directors of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County and the Jewish Commun-
ity Day School, West Palm
Beach. Levy is a member of
numerous Jewish service organi-
zations, including the National
H. Irwin Levy
Council of American Israel Public
Affairs Committee (AIPAC), and
the National Campaign Cabinet
of UJA. He has received many
awards, including the Justice
Louis D. Brandeis Award from
the Zionist Organization of
America and the National Com-
munity Service Award of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. He has been active in
the Federation UJA campaign
for many years. Most recently he
co-chaired the National UJA
Hineni Mission in New York.
Larry Ochstein, a retired busi-
nessman, currently serves as
Larry Ochstein
President of. the Jewish Com-
munity Center of the Palm
Beaches. He is a member of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County Board of Directors, where
he has served as a member of the
campaign cabinet for several
years. Ochstein has made several
trips to Israel most recently as
a member of the Prime Minister's
Mission in August. He will be
joining 1.500 Jewish leaders in
Israel this month at the National
UJA Leadership Gathering. He
is a member of Temple Judea,
West Palm Beach.
Richard G. Shugarman, M.D.,
Richard G. Shugarman, M.D.
a local ophthalmologist, serves as
Vice President of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County.
He is currently President of Tem-
ple Israel, West Palm Beach and
serves as Assistant Secreatry to
the Jewish Home for the Aged of
Palm Beach County and on the
honorary board of the Jewish
Community Day School. In the
past he has served as General
Chairman for the State of Israel
Bonds and has been an Associate
Campaign Chairman for the Jew-
ish Federation-UJA campaign.
He was also a member of the
UJA National Young Leadership
Cabinet, and has made several
trips to Israel.
Angry Reaction
U.S. Jewish Leaders Shocked, Outraged' By Civilian Massacre
aiding representatives of
r American Jewish or-
ganizations have reacted
rith shock and horror at
i massacre of Palestinian
civilians at the Shatila and
ISabra refugee camps in
While rejecting any suggestion
Id Israeli involvement in the
lttssacre in which some 300 men,
lomen and children were slaugh-
|ltd, some leaders, however,
lolled for an inquiry by the
Israeli government to determine
like facts surrounding the events
|Ut occurred at the refugee
I amps.
"WE JOIN with President
|M>gan and Premier Menachem
lgin in expressing our shock
[ad revulsion at the massacre of
lovilans in Beirut," Julius Ber-
|"m. chairman of the Conference
|lsldenls of Major American
|-TvTh 0rKanizations, said.
IT,"1 ^n be no justification for
I* slaughter of innocents.
"We reject the idea of any
IPWKipation or involvement by
the Israel Defense Force in this
terrible event. The history of the
Jewish people is too full of
massacres and pogroms, and the
injunctions of Jewish law are too
powerful a force in Jewish con-
sciousness, to have permitted or
even countenanced a Jewish role
in this awful incident. Any sug-
gestion that Israel took part in it
or permitted it to occur must be
categorically rejected."
Maynard Wishner, president,
American Jewish Committee,
"Every step must be taken by
every party involved, directly, or
indirectly, including Israel, to de-
termine how this tragedy oc-
curred and by whom these crimes
were perpetrated. Responsibility
must be fixed and appropriate
action taken."
tive director, American Jewish
Congress, said that while "I do
not believe for a moment that
Israeli forces were involved in the
tragedy in any way," Israel must
depart Beirut "if it is not to be
dragged into that city's bloody
Ebto* PhwWt. Twn.FV.ywit/Sumhf". New Oite*
Siegman also called for Israel
to "sever all of its ties with the
murderous forces" of Maj. Saad
Haddads Christian militia and
other Christian militias "respon-
sible for this outrage. Otherwise,
Israel will be seen as an ally and
supporter of killers of innocent
men, women and children."
Charlotte Jacobson, chairman,
World Zionist Organization-
American Section, said, "No one
is more shocked at the great
tragedy in Lebanon than the
Jews, and never more so than at
this time of year when we empha-
size the sanctity of human life
and moral conduct." Continuing,
she said: "We are therefore also
saddened by the trigger-quick
eagerness of the world to lay the
blame for the terrible event at Is-
rael's door."
president, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, said the
tragedy in Beirut demands "that
those responsible be brought
swiftly to justice. We have every
confidence that the government
of Israel will repudiate and sever
relations with any Lebanese force
found guilty of this foul deed."
Jack Spitzer, president, B'nai
B'rith International, said, "This
cold blooded murder cries out for
the restoration of order" in Leba-
non. Such restoration can be
achieved only by the establish-
ment of a strong central Leban-
ese government, the dissolution
of private armed forces, and the
pullout, "as soon as possible," of
all foreign forces, Spitzer declar-
Rabbi Arthur Schneier, chair-
man, World Jewish Congress-
American Section, said "there
can be no justification for this
savage crime. There is now an
urgent need for a full inquiry to
establish the facts surrounding
these grotesque events."
national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, cautioned against
quick accusations against any
party for responsibility of the
massacre. "I think it would be
unwise to point fingers hap-
hazardly at any parties," he said.
"We should be careful that this
tragic act does not create hysteri-
cal conclusions, which could lead
to more tragedy."
Ivan Novick, president, Zionist
Organization of America, said,
"What happened over the week-
end was not a premediated
blatant act by Israel, although
Israel might have misjudged the
situation or been misinformed. It
is not a reason for a close friend
and ally like the United States to
come down hard on you."
Shirley Leviton, president. Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
urged that "all necessary steps
be taken immediately to prevent
the recurrence of wanton killings
of civilians and to create a cli-
mate in which progress can be
made toward the establishment
of an independent Lebanese gov-
ernment, the total withdrawal of
foreign troops from Lebanon and
negotiations for a lasting peace."
bert Zweibon, director and chair-
man of Americans for a Safe Is-
rael, respectively, said, "Blaming
Israel for the massacre of Palesti-
nian Arabs in Beirut by Lebanese
forces is unjust and deplorable
Israel cannot be blamed for every
act of revenge undertaken by the
Lebanese against the Palesti-
Debbie Goldman, chairperson.
New Jewish Agenda's national
Middle East program, said Israel
is "at least indirectly responsible
since Israel took upon itself to
guard the security of the camps.
These deaths are a natural conse-
quence of the invasion of Leba-
Prof. Irwin Cotler, president,
Canadian Jewish Congress, and
Sam Filer, chairman of its Na-
tional Executive, said "We trust
that an independent commission
of inquiry will be established in
Israel so that the true facts can
be known and justice done."
Forum To Focus
On Social Issues
The Community Relations
Council of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County will hold a
forum on the issues of abortion,
prayer in the public school and
tuition tax credits on Monday,
Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. It will take
place at Temple Israel Sch-
wartzberg Hall 1901 N. Flag-
ler Drive, West Palm Beach.
Mrs. Gail Schwartz, member of
the Community Relations Coun-
cil, arranged for the program to
include prominent guest speakers
from the Palm Beach community.
Mrs. Mona Reis-Needle, director
of the Presidential Women's Cen-
ter, will discuss abortion issues;
Rabbi Howard Shapiro of Temple
Israel will discuss prayer in the
public school; and Mr. Robert A.
Bertisch, executive director of
the Legal Aid Society of Palm
Beach County, will discuss the
issue of tuition tax credits.
"We especially encourage
young adults and parents of our
community to join in what is sure
to be an interesting and informa-
tive evening," says Mrs. Sch-
Taking part as panelists will
be: Ms. Lois J. Frankel, attorney
at law, Montgomery, Lytal,
Reiter. Denney & Searcey; Mr.
Michael Zimmerman, chairman
of the Leadership Development
Program of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County; Ms.
Florence Beth Snyder, general
counsel for Palm Beach News-
papers, Inc.; and Mr. Leonard
Hanser, attorney at law, P.A.'
Moderating the discussions
will be Mr. David R. Schwartz,
attorney at law, P. A.
The forum is open to the entire
community and questions from
the audience will be accepted.
"The importance of these con-
troversial issues should not be
overlooked," said Elsie Leviton,
chairman of the Federation's
Community Relations Council.

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Volume 8
Number 30
Note of Encouragement
In the midst of Israel's agony, it is heartening to
note that the Jewish nation stands solidly behind a
campaign to inquire into the events surrounding the
Shatila and Sabra massacres outside of Beirut on
Sept. 16 to 18.
Israelis and Jews throughout the world are
paying heavily for this most disastrous occurrence.
Particularly for Israel, the political consequences are
Still, that is another issue from the ancient Jewish
impulse to come to moral terms with actions that are
deemed unacceptable. In these dark days, instead of
feeling profoundly disturbed, we should be en-
couraged by Israel's determination to discover the
This determination is a sign of courage the
courage to pay even more than the obvious political
consequences should an inquiry conclude that the
fault lies elsewhere than with the Christian
Phalangists gone berserk following the assassination
of Bashir Gemayel.
Martin County Forms Its First Jewish Center
Treasure Coast Jewish Center
of Martin County marked its be-
ginning during the recent High
Holy Day services.
The facility, which was donat-
ed by Dr. Lawrence Shefter, is
located at 3257 S.E. Salerno
Road in Port Salerno.
Many people have been instru-
mental in the development of the
new Treasure Coast Center.
Among these are local architect
and general contractor, Fred
Popper, who has aided in the de-
sign of the building revisions,
supervision of construction work,
and acquiring of necessary build-
ing permits.
The center will consist of a ves-
tibule, meeting room, study, kit-
chen and a sanctuary. A local
plumbing firm is donating serv-
Israel Reacts Coolly to Exit
Of Egypt's Ambassador Mortada
JERUSALEM -(JTA) Israel has kept its reaction
deliberately low-key to the anouncemernt that Egyptian
Ambassador Saad Mortada has been summoned home for
consultations. Mortada delivered the news personally to
Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir and later met at his own
request for close to an hour with President Yitzhak
BOTH ISRAELI leaders expressed the hope that he
would be back soon, and he, according to Israeli sources,
joined in that hope.
Meanwhile, Israeli officials said that Israel's Ambas-
sador to Egypt, Moshe Sasson, who was in Jerusalem on
home leave for Rosh Hashanah, would return to his post
as scheduled when his leave ended. There was no intention
of 'reciprocating" by keeping Sasson here '"for con-
sultations," too, the officials said.
tees, supplies and fixtures.
The American Savings & Loan
Association of Florida has donat-
ed fifty Sabbath and Festival
prayer books.
Colonel Morris E. Rogat of
American Sales and Marketing
Institute Inc., will donate letter-
head stationery to the Center.
Jewish Center directors say
that although they have received
many donations, they are still in
need of many items. Some of
these items include air condition-
ing supplies, electrical supplies,
installation workers, carpeting
and padding, and tile for the ves-
tibule. Also needed is office
equipment and supplies, building
materials, as well as chairs for the
sanctuary and additional Sab-
bath and Festival prayer books.
The Center hopes to soon n.
pleteits search for a ***
Rabbi. P*nnanen
Treasure Coast Jewish Cent.
now has approximately IQoS
ly members and plans to stTl
Sunday school. Its ,!**'
scheduled for December.
Interested persons should con
tect Fred Popper or Ralph K
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P.O. Box 115. Stuart, &*!?]
The board of directors for J
Center include: Fred P0DDT
chairman trustee; Morris Fl
STk' nmembershiP chairman
F Goldberg, financial secretary
Viola Robbins, treasurer;^
Leif Grazi and Pat Feen, ritual
committee members.
Charitable Contribution With Special Tax Benefits
Example: A donor transfers
$500,000 to a trust which is to
pay an annuity of $50,000 (10
percent) to the Jewish Federation
,of Palm Beach County for fifteen
This is the third in a series of years and then distribute the re-
articles on methods of making
charitable contributions which
have special tax benefits. The
subject of this article is Transfers
in Trust which provide for income
to a particular charity, such as
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, with a remainder
to persons other than the one who
establishes the trust. This type of
vehicle is known as a Charitable
Lead Trust.
Transfer in Trust: Income to
Charity, Remainder to Others
("Charitable Lead Trust")
A charitable lead trust pro-
vides for income for charity for a
period such as ten years or the
donor's life, with the remainder
to a non-charitable beneficiary.
This can be an excellent vehicle
to fulfill charitable obligations
and pass property after the chari-
table term with little or no gift or
estate tax cost. It also serves to
avoid gift or estate tax on future
appreciation of the donated
property. The trust can be
created during the donors life or
by his will and is a convenient
vehicle to skip a generation. The
trust must provide that the
charity shall receive either a spe-
cified amount each year, stated
as a dollar amount or as a percent
of the initial value of the trust
(referred to as an "annuity trust"
interest) or a specified percent of
the value each year (referred to as
a "unitrust" interest). There is no
minimum percentage require-
mainder to his children. He has
made a taxable gift of only
$14,390 since there will be a
charitable deduction of $485,610.
After fifteen years, the children
will receive whatever remains of
the trust property without
further gift or estate tax.
Two types of charitable lead
trusts created during the donor's
life merit special mention. No in-
come tax deduction will result
from creation of a nongrantor
charitable lead trust. However,
the income will not be taxed to
the donor, which may be better
than giving it away, as received
because it expands the limita-
tions on Charitable giving.
A grantor type trust will, on
the other hand, produce a current
income tax charitable deduction
for the value of the income in-
terest. However, the donor will be
required to report the trust's in-
come on his own return even
though he will not receive it. Un-1
less the income is tax exempt,:
this device appears to be attrac-1
tive only to a taxpayer who .
pects his future tax bracket to be
much lower than his current
bracket or who is temporarily
pressed for cash and desires to
commit future income to obtain a
current deduction and thereby
reduce his current tax.
NOTE: This column is written!
as a service to provide general in\
formation to the public about the I
Endowment Program oftheJeu-]
ish Federation of Palm Beach]
County. Information contained]
herein is not designed as legal or
tax advice. You should take up
such matters with your respec-
tive attorneys and accountants.
Should you want additional in-
formation about charitable giv\
ing, and the various methods
which may be utilized through
the Federation's Endowment
Program, please contact Stanley
Hyman, Endowment Director of \
the Jewish Federation at 832-
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Babi Yar History's Memory Hole'
nLctor, International
JJSchronicle Syndicate
UN Dag Hammarskjo d
,y Auditorium scanty
ffie for film previews at the
BE Nations. But last year s
K| Assembly session was
I ^S hv a rather extraordinary
J^ were invited. A new
Soviet-produced TV docu-
mentary about Babi Yar. not yet
shown anywhere, was to be pre-
This was, indeed, intriguing
Had the USSR changed its per
ception of Babi Yar, the ravine on
the outskirts of Kiev where
33,771 Jews were massacred by
the Nazis on Sept. 29-30, 1941?
The Kremlin had severely chas-
tized the poet, Yevgeny Yev-
the failure to accord recognition
to Jewish martyrdom. Similarly,
Dmitri Shostakovich's 13th
Symphony, in part based upon
the Yevtushenko poem, had gone
unperformed and unrecorded for
minute documentary were dis-
mayed to find not only no modifi-
cation of earlier Soviet attitudes,
but rather the extraordinary ap-
tushenko, when he dared decry plication of Orwellian technique*
lOrtr 100 people gathered at the Jewish Com-
liuity Center's Family S ha boat Picnic Dinner
which was
Friday, Sept.
I Cmney Bruh is shown blessing the candles at
I* funily Shabbat Picnic Dinner which was held
Friday, Sept. 10 at Camp Shalom and sponsored
by the Jewish Community Center.
London's famous
China Shops
are coming to
Where their Lonaon
staff will be exhibiting a
beautiful collection ot first
Quality fine English Bor*
China Dinnerware, Tea
Sets Oven-to-Tableware
and Crystal (some
available in seconds) from
Britain's finest manufac-
turers at amazingly low
Prices. All open stock.
Everyone is
No invitation card Is necessary
and orders can be placed for
delivery to your home.
tuna Shii
Jewish martyrdom was plunged,
down the "memory hole" of UV
tory. Only once were Jews, or
rather "mostly Jews," mentioned
as being killed at Babi Yar. This
was said to have occurred during
the first few days of the Nazi oc-
Instead, in a remarkable
Orwellian inversion, the focus of
the documentary was placed up-
on the killing of Communists and
Ukrainians at Babi Yar. Special
attention was given to the hero-
ism of Ukrainian partisans, six of
whom were interviewed toward
the end of the film.
Strikingly, no mention was
made of the sole Jewish survivor,
Dina Mironovna Pronicheva of
the Kiev Puppet Theatre, who
had given testimony about the
Nazi Babi Yar killers at their trial
in Darmstadt, West Germany,
held in 1967-68. She had been a
central figure in Anatoly Kuznet-
sov's sensitive documentary
novel about Babi Yar and, more
recently, in the impressively
moving "The White Hotel" by D.
M. Thomas.
EVEN THE film's section on
the historical background of Nazi
genocide diminished the Jewish
trauma. A list of Nazi concentra-
tion camps are read out which are
identified as murder sites of
"Ukrainians, Gypsies, Jews,
Russians," in that order. The
Warsaw Ghetto uprising was also
shown but without any reference
to Jews.
The documentary was intended
to serve political anti-Western
purposes as well. Interspersed
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were fihn clips showing recent Ku
ikrux Klan and neo-Nazi rallies in
the West. But the propaganda
also carried a distinctly obscene
edge with the narrator equating
Nazism with "militant Zionism."
One was reminded of an in-
famous Pravda article of Feb. 18,
1971 by Vladimir Bolahakov,
which 8poke of Zionist "collu-
sion" with the Nazis in a discus-
sion about Babi Yar. That article,
incidentally, called Zionism "an
enemy of the people," resurrec-
ting the dangerous language of
the thirties.
THE NEW film, which was
shown on Soviet television (with
the possibility of distribution in
Western Europe and even sub-
mitted as an entry in the U.S.
film festival, according to an-
nouncements made at the UN
preview) is perhaps not too sur-
prising. When a memorial was fi-
nally erected at Babi Yar in 1976,
it carried no symbol of Jewry. In-
deed Jewish martyrdom was
totally effaced. The inscription
read: "Here, in 1941-43, the Ger-
man Fascist invaders executed
over 100,000 citizens of Kiev and
prisoners of war."
Even the Jewish memorial
prayer over the dead at Babi Yar
is now forbidden, unlike previous
years. On the 40th anniversary of
the slaughter last Sept. 29, Jews
were warned by the KGB not to
assemble at Babi Yar. Five were
arrested for trying to do just
that. Only four from Odessa did
reach the site and were allowed to
place a wreath there, nothing
Soviet Jewry Confab
Delayed Until '83
dium of the Brussels Conference
on Soviet Jewry will meet at the
end of October in Jerusalem,
Leon Dulzin, chairman of the
presidium and of the World Zion-
ist Organization Executive, in-
formed members of the presi-
dium. The meeting will take place
instead of the Third Brussels .
Conference for Soviet Jewry
which was scheduled to have
been held in Versailles, France, at
the end of next month.
The new date for the Third
Brussels Conference has been set
for not later than the spring of
1983, according to a WZO com-
munique. The precise date will be
decided at the presidium meet-
ing. Dublin stressed that the
campaign on behalf of Soviet
Jewry should continue at a
greater pace, to maintain the
continuity of the efforts to help
Soviet Jews.
The decision to postpone the
conference was taken after tele-
ne consultations between
and Jewish leaders
throo>i^ut the world, according
to the mmunique. "The main
purpose ojSZg conference was to
focus world p^bc opinion on the
tragic situatioirv^coyigt, Jewry,"
the commumque^j^ij^j xhe
success of the confe^ce> m th*
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Friday, October 8| igg
Organizations in the News
Shalom Hadassah future
events: Nov. 4, Annual Giant Ba-
zaar at the West Palm Beach
Auditorium. Contact Jean Peck-
man. Nov. 7, Lido Spa Rejuven-
ating Vacation Four days and
three nights. Call Fran Nudelman
or Lillian Schack. Nov. 25,
Thanksgiving weekend at the Sea
Gull (kosher) Miami Beach. Call
Martha Starr or Mae Podwol.
Cypress Lakes Hadassah will
hold their next meeting Oct. 11 at
the American Savings Bank at
noon Goldie Bernstein and mem-
bers of the Lee Vassil Group of
the Lake Worth Chapter of
Hadassah will perform. Bea
Kaplan, President, invites every-
one including husbands to at-
tend. Refreshments will be
Coming Events:
Oct. 18, Monday: Noon. Card
party at Sunrise Bank on Mili-
tary Trail. Donation $3.50. Call
Jean Cohen for reservations.
Nov. 8, Monday: Noon. Paid
up membership luncheon at
Colonnades Hotel on Singer
Island. $5 for paid-up members.
.Call Sylvia Baron for reserva-
Nov. 12, 13, 14; Fri., Sat.,
Sun.: Reservations are being
taken for a trip to Epcot Center.
$165.00 per person, all inclusive.
Transportation, Best Western
Hotel, two meals daily, admis-
sions and gratuities. Call Sheila
Sugam for reservations.
Shalom W. Palm Beach Ha-
dassah announces a luncheon for
Life Members and Paid-up Mem-
bers at the Oct. 20 meeting,
Wednesday, 12:00 o'clock, at
Anshei Sholom, donation S2.50.
Guest speaker, Sue (Mrs. Abra-
ham) Mizrachi. of the National
Board of Hadassah. There will be
a drawing for a weekend for two
at Lida Spa, and many more
prizes. To be eligible to partici-
pate, pay dues before Oct. 10; no
reservations at the door. Regular
meeting will follow at 1 p.m. For
particulars, call Dorothy Lieber-
man or Bertha Rubin.
On Thursday, Oct. 7, the Hen-
rieta Szold Group of Hadassah
will have a Tea for both new and
prospective members.
On Tuesday, Oct. 19, the Hen
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah
will have their General Meeting
at 1 p.m. in the Auditorium oi
Lakeside Village, Lillian Rd.
West of Congress Avenue in
Palm Springs. The program for
the afternoon will be entertain-
ment by the E. Bauman Actors
On Thursday, Oct. 28, the
'Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, 832-2120
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah,
aah will have a Chai Luncheon at
Bernard's. For reservations call
Pearl Rubenzahl or Fritzie
Frieda Sexter, Pres. of Hen-
rietta Szold Group of Hadassah
attended the 70th Annual Ha-
dassah Convention in Israel, as
did Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beck, and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elin, also of
the Henrietta Szold Group.
Okeechobee Section
National Council of Jewish
Women, Okeechobee Section, will
hold their next membership
meeting on Thursday, Oct. 21 at
the American Bank (West Gate)
time, 1 p.m. Guest speaker will bev
Ned Goldberg of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
Coming events: Oct. 20, Oakland
West, Dinner Theatre. "Give Me
Gershwin"; Nov. 4-7, Palm
Beach Spa four days and three
nights; Nov. 18 paid up mem-
bership luncheon. For further in-
formation contact Etta Levine,
Hastings 1-145 or Maxine Foster,
Canterbury A-4.
B'nai B'rith Women Oiam
Chapter: Members, family and
friends, join us for a celebration
in honor of 85th Birthday, B'nai
B'rith Women. Monday. Oct. 11
at 8 p.m., Poinciana Room, Chal-
lenger Country Club, Poinciana
Drive, Lake Worth.
Guest Speaker Rabbi Alan
R. Sherman, Chaplain and
Community Relations Council
Director, Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County.
Entertainment Village
Royalettes in a program of Folk
Dancing. Refreshments will be
In the recent convention of the
5th District of B'nai B'rith, com-
prising the states of Maryland,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia and Florida, the pres-
tigious "Benny" award of merit
was presented to Leonard T.
Greenberg, Vice-President and
Membership Chairman of
Lucerne Lakes Lodge No. 3132,
B'nai B'rith, Lake Worth. This
award is only given to a member
who enrolls 50 or more members
in a specific period. Len Green-
berg was responsible for adding
53 new members in 1961, the only
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goal. He also was recently elected
a Vice-President of the Palm
Beach Council of B'nai B'rith,
consisting of 18 lodges.
At our Monday, Oct. 11 meet-
ing, the Lake Worth West Chap
ter of Women's American OUT
will present a movie entitled
"The Chain and the Link," which
tells the story of the worldwide
ORT schools. The meeting will be
held at the Senior Citizen's Cen-
ter at 201 N. Dixie Highway and
Second Ave. North in Lake
Worth at 12:30 p.m.
The Haverhill Chapter of
Women's American ORT invites
its members, friends and neigh-
bors to attend a Cosmetic
Demonstration on Thursday,
Oct. 14 at the Sunrise Bank, Mil-
itary Trail between Southern
Blvd. and Gun Club Road, at
noon. Ms. Debbie Noel Klamert,
manager of I. Natural Cosmetics
will conduct the program.
Century Chapter Women's
American ORT will hold its next
meeting on Thursday, Oct. 14 at
the Temple Anshei Sholom at
12:30 p.m. We will be entertained
by "The Musical Notes,"
directed and accompanied by
Mildred Birnbaum. All are wel-
Coming Events:
Oct. 16: Saturday matinee,
Pre-Broadway comedy "Walls,"
at the Burt Reynolds Dinner
Theatre. Call Lil Davis.
Oct. 28: Monthly Dessert Card
Party, at the First Bank of Del-
ray. Everyone welcome.
Nov. 18-21: Palm Beach Spa.
Please call Estelle Adler. That
will be Thursday to Sunday.
Nov. 22-26: Monday to Friday,
reservations are being taken for a
Thanksgiving Cruise to Nassau
and Freeport. Deluxe accommo-
dations on the Amerikanis. A de-
posit will hold place. Please call
Lil Davis.
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Cresthaven will resume their
meetings on Wednesday, Oct. 13
at 10 a.m. in the Dudley Auditor-
ium. Meetings will take place on
the second and fourth Wednes-
day of every month.
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Century Village. W. Palm Beach
is happy to announce that we will
commence our programs for the
1982-83 season on Tuesday, Oct.
12 in the clubhouse auditorium at
10 a.m.
This will be the beginning of
our 13th year in Century Village
and we are designating it as our
Bar Mitzvah Year.'
Featured on this program will
be Harry Levine, one of our out-
standing violinists accompanied
by Fanny Ushkow on piano.
Sam Klein, whose well mod-
ulated voice is delightful to hear
will read briefly for us.
Aaron Savitt, singer, will
regale us with songs in English
Yiddish, and Hebrew, accomr-i>'
ied by Mildred Birnbai--- on
On Oct. 19 the Yaff* Culture
Group will preser *wo interes-
ting films, the ',e8 of which are
"Israel's Sea-* for Faith" and
"The Legs* of Ann Frank"
The C'1- 26 Program of Yid-
digl, pilture is a special one. We
wul be celebrating the 90th birth-
day of the founder and chairman
of the Yiddish Culture Group,
Jack Doroshkin.
The Ruth Hyde Group, con-
sisting of Ann March, vocalist,
Jack Zuckerman, baritone, Ruth
Hyde, pianist and musical direc-
tress, and Lee Duchin, author
and narrator of a specialty num-
ber for this happy occasion.
There will be some short
speeches in honor of Mr. Dorosh-
kin, and The Musical Friends,
consisting of Lillian Kessler,
singer and pianist, Jacky Lorber,
Phil Herman and Sam Finken-
thal on violins will round out the
program with appropriate tunes.
All programs start at 10 a.m.
and admission as always is free.
The Lake Worth Chapter of
Brandeia University National
Women's Committee will start
the 1982-83 season with its Study
Group Showcase on Wednesday,
Oct. 27. The meeting will take
place at the Poinciana Clubhouse
at 10 a.m. Refreshments will be
Twenty-one courses are being
offered on a variety of topics.
Detailed plans and events for the
coming year will be discussed.
Notably on Nov. 4, our fourth an-
nual Brunch at the Poinciana
Clubhouse- four days ar^hr^
mghts at the Palm Beach SpT!!
from Nov. 18 to 21 and aF u.
to the Lanon Museum on Oct. u
Palm Beach West Chapter of
Brmidehi University nSSoJ
JSSS.Coniml1tt~will holdiS
tirst meeting of the new season at
1 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25 >i
Congregation Anshei Sholom.
All members are urged to at,
tend and bring their friends.
The Association of Parents of
American Israelis will meet at
1:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 at the
Royal Palm Club House at the
intersection of US 1 and NE 22
Ave. in Boynton Beach.
All interested persons will be
welcome at our meeting. Trans-
portation will be provided if
needed. Contact Sylvia Herman
or Leonard Eisenberg.
The American Jewish Con-
gress first meeting of the fall will
be held Monday, Oct. 18 at 12:30
p.m. at the American Savings
Bank, Okeechobee Blvd. near
West Gate of Century Village.
Speaker: John Moss on the Mid-
East Arab-Israeli situation. All
welcome. Join the discussion.
Henri Bou ton's
Leather Den
Moved to
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jon Show Highlights Pioneer Area Conference
mM Israeli Fashion
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New York, included
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offered by Rae Homstein, presi-
dent of the Palm Beach council.
Invocation at the luncheon Oct.
12 featuring the fashion show will
be given by Dora Frucht of Sun-
rise, president of the Broward
County council. Invocation at the
opening brunch will be offered by
Felice Schwartz of Miami Beach
and Kendall, vice president of the
South Florida council. National
anthems of Israel and the United
States at the opening brunch will
be sung by Shulamit Saltzman of
Margate, a leader of the Broward
County council.
Arrangements chairman is
Margot Bergthal of Miami
Beach, treasurer of the South
Florida council of Pioneer
Women-Na'amat; attendance
committee chairman is Lillian
Davis of Miami Beach, social sec-
retary of the South Florida coun-
cil; Felice Schwartz is public re-
lations committee chairman; and
Gisela Gutter of North Miami
Beach, vice president of the
South Florida council, is hospi-
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Jewish Community Center Senior News
22! October
Transportation is available to
persons who are transit disad-
vantages! through our Federal
Grant Title III OAA in a
designated area. We take people
to doctor's appointments, hospi-
tals and nursing homes to visit
spouses, to Social Service offices
and food shopping. Please call
Helen or Beth in Senior transpor-
tation office for information
about our scheduling. Tuesday
morning is reserved for persons
who wish to go food shopping.
Transportation is also avail-
able to groups both day and eve-
ning for a moderate fee to cover
our expenses. Call Rhonda Cohen
about your group transportation
needs. If you are handicapped
and need the use of a lift, please
call for information about this
Needed Volunteer Trans-
portation Assistant Person
needed to assist shoppers to
carry their packages on Tues-
Ongoing Programs
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women These groups will
meet jointly every Tuesday
except the second Tuesday of the
month at 1 p.m.
On Stage A JCC drama
workshop designed for persons
interested in all phases of drama
Director, Dick Sanders; group
coordinator, Sylvia Skolniek, will
meet every Tuesday in October at
10 a.m. The Fall program will
concentrate on One Act Plays.
Speakers Club Meets
Thursday at 10 a.m. Morris
Shuken, president. All who are
interested in improving public
speaking are encouraged to join
this group.
Health Insurance Assistance
Edie Reiter, Health Insurance
Coordinator, will assist persons
with health insurance forms,
answer questions, etc. the third
Thursday of the month at 2 p.m.
In October, she will be at the
Center Oct. 21.
Creative Craft Circle Toys 4
Us. This ongoing class meets
Mondays at 9:30 a.m. Seniors get
together to sew various play
things for our pre-schoolers.
Adult Education Classes
It's School Time Again!
Classes with instructors from
Palm Beach County Adult Edu-
cation officially begin this week.
There are no fees for these ses-
sions and everyone is invited to
First time offered
Positive Life Attitudes A
new psychology lecture begins
Monday, Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. Learn
how to look at the bright side of
Know Your Car A classic
course designed to increase the
driver's knowledge on the various
parts of your car will begin
Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 9:30 a.m.
Yoga in Your Chair for Men
and Women Learn to relax by
breathing and exercise, while
sitting in your chair. This class
starts Wednesday, Oct. 13 at 1
Lip Reading This ongoing
course is especially designed for
those with hearing impairments.
Everyone is encouraged to attend
on Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
Writers Workshop A class
designed to learn the art of ex-
pressing yourself in literary form
is offered on Thursdays or Fri-
days at 9:30 a.m. Advanced reg-
istration is required. Call Rose or
Libby 689-7700.
Personal Life History An
opportunity to recall and record
the memorable times of your life.
This class begins Friday, Oct. 16
at 1 p.m.
Artist of the Month Month-
ly exhibits by Senior Artists take
place in the CSSC. Seniors are in-
vited to call the Center if they
wish to exhibit their art. Artists
price their individual work giving
people an opportunity to pur-
chase anything they wish. We
cordially invite Seniors who wish
to exhibit to call the Center for
further information.
A Thumbnail Sketch of our
Artist for October Talented
Harry Kurtz had never taken a
lesson in his life before he joined
our Adult Education Class. He
has won many awards and has
exhibited in various places in the
community. Harry is also a
writer and recently won first and
third place in the Times Story
Telling Contest of Palm Beach
County. Stop in and view his
work in CSSC Monday Friday, 9
a.m. -4:30 p.m.
Coming Events
Second Tuesday Club Activity
The regular meeting of the
Second Tuesday Club Activity
will be held Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 1
p.m. Sam Rubin, president, an-
nounces "An Afternoon of Legal
Information, You Must Know"
with lecturer, Alan Bernstein, at-
torney. Mr. Bernstein will dis-
cuss in particular, where and how
you can arrange for your legal
needs. Everyone invited to at-
tend. Refreshments will be
Creative Crafts Circle Toys
4 Us Did you know that on
Monday morning, seniors gather
together to make toys for our pre-
school? The Second Tuesday
Council has taken on this activity
as a special program, and help to
gather material. Seniors have
made puppets, bean bags, pillows
and soft balls that will be used by
our pre-school children and
teachers. Join the group for crea-
tivity and conversation at 9:30
each Monday. Bring your own
needle and thimble. We'll provide
the rest.
Needed for our Creative Crafts
Circle Old stockings for stuff-
ing pillows; Old socks for pup
pets; Sewing Machine; Foam
rubber for pillows.
55 phis. Join us for our October
Thursday, Oct. 14,7:30 p.m. at
the JCC "A Mixer" This is
a time to relax, mingle and so-
cudae amongst your
everyone is invited'
npthmg gpeciaj u
Donation 75 cents
will be served.
Lido Spa Oct. 31 to Nov. 3
- Sunday to Wednesday.
The Jewish Community Center
makes its semi-annual trip to the
Spa a great time is always
enjoyed by all who attend. Fees
listed include transportation.
Single Occupancy: Members
$160; Non-Members $167.
Double Occupancy per Person:
Members $145; Non-Members
Limited Reservation. Make
your plans early. Call Sam 689-
New Orleans Sunday, Nov.
14 to Thursday, Nov. 18. A spe-
cial senior gathering of the
Southern JCC Region. Visit a
great area, meet new friends. Call
Rhonda Cohen 689-7700 for all
the details.
Prime Time Singles This
active group is for single persons
Community Calender
October 10
ISRAEL THRU 10-15 Temple Beth El Men's Club Breakfast,-
ing Golden Lakes Temple Sisterhood 10 a.m.
tion AnsheiSholom Men's Club 10 a.m.
B'rith Haifa board 2 p.m. Golden Lakes Temple si
hood trip to Miami B'nai B'rith Women Olam 85th hi
day party 8 p.m. Brandeis University Women BoyJ
Beach 11:30 a.m. Hadassah Cypress lakes boord
9:30 a.m. Hadassah West Boynton Beach Study Groun
October 12
Beth David Executive Board 7:30 p.m. Hadassah-]
Vassil board 10 a.m. Hadassah Henrietta Siok,
board 1 p.m. B'Nai B'rith Masada 7:30 p.m. |fl
B'rith Women Menorah 12 noon Womens Americont
West Palm Beach 12:30 p.m. Hadassah WeslBoyJ
Beach board 10 a.m.
October 13
8 P.M. Congregation Anshei Sholom board 1 p.i|
B'nai B'rith No. 3046 8 p.m. Temple Beth DavidSisterh.
board 8 p. m. Temple Judea Men's Club
October 14
Temple Beth Sholom board 9:30a.m. Hadossah Yol
board 9:30 a.m. American Jewish Congress boon
9:30 a.m. Women's American ORT Haverhill 12:30p.nj
Temple Judea Sisterhood board 7:30 a.m. HadoualJ
Shalom trip to Epcot & Colder Race Track
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Pe 9
UN Official Changes His Story
ByjTA Report
, Undersecretary Uen-
poliiica) affairs, has is-
tttion here, contend-
_ that UN observers in
X learned of the massa-
Rfetinians by 8:30 ajn
I Sent 17. They learned of
)':30am.. Saturday, Urqu-
jjin his correction.
-lie first time that a UN
|ave such an early date
fling about the massa-
j are only 10 UN ob-
in Beirut.
i, according to Urquhart,
corpses" of the massacred
as early as Friday
When asked why the
m was not passed on by
s immediately to UN
.tern in New York, or to
k, Urquhart blamed diffi-
|in transatlantic communi-
i Shutdown
lAVIV El Al's govern-
.. oted Board of Direc-
i'voted to continue the
i of the national airline
r 30 days, during which
I be drawn up for the
It dosing down of the air-
jhis been grounded since
i month when manage-
ted to a wildcat strike
; all passenger flights.
! was sparked by the
J of stewards after they
I to sell tax-free goods to
rs unless they were
iher commissions for the
t airline's difficulties in
to declining revenues,
mpounded when the
Jit banned Sabbath and
loliday flights.
f Board's plan now is
cture the company, re-
I it on a different basis
bly even under a new
Hie new airline will pre-
J also not have anv Sab-
foliday flights.
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|A\I\ Arab villages
Ml Israel have returned
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were clearing up and repairing
roads, and removing roadblocks
and burned tires. Shops and
schools reopened, and cafes were
filled with Arab men playing
their traditional and seemingly
endless backgammon games.
According to senior police
sources, 146 instances of break-
ing the peace were registered in
three days of demonstrations and
note which reached a peak last
weekend. Most of Israels 680,000
Arabs staged a general strike to
protest the massacre in Beirut.
The strike, called by Arab
mayors, was one of the worst the
country has known since its es-
Unlike previous eruptions of
political violence, this time the
demonstrations spread like wild-
fire from northern villages all the
way down to the politically low
key Bedouin areas in the Negev.
New Weapons Cache
Bone of Contention
sition of the large amounts of
weapons found by the Israeli
army in west Beirut has become
another source of contention be-
tween the United States and Is-
rael. State Department spokes-

man John Hughes said that if Is-
rael is turning the weapons over
to the Christian militias in Leba-
non, as has been reported, "we do
not think that is a good move."
He said the issue is being dis-
cussed with Israel.
Hughes explained that under
the terms of the agreement
worked out by U.S. special Am-
bassador Philip Habib, the PLO
was to have turned over all of its
weaopns, except personal arms,
to the Lebanese government
when it left west Beirut last
month for other countries. He
said that to the extent this was
not done, it was a violation of the
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Friday, October
^ labbUlfcal corner
Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
evoted fa encwsiea of ffctas mi Uta
rokvwrf to Jewish Hft past and pctteirt
7%uin 01amRepair of the World
Temple Judea
President, Palm Beach County
Board of Rabbis
This month, we will read in our
synagogues, G-d's pledge to
Noah: "1 will maintain my co-
venant with you, never again
shall there be a flood to destroy
the earth." In essence, G-d gave
humanity the onerous responsi-
bility to maintain the world as a
habitable place for His creations.
The message to Noah was clear:
the world will always exist it is
up to you to imbue into this
world My sanctity.
Our rabbis translated this into
Tikun Olam. Tikun Olam means
repair of the world. As we con-
clude our High Holy Day season
this weekend with the celebration
of Simhat Torah, we look at our
world and realize how much there
is to repair! Foremost is the chal-
lenge to humankind to uphold the
sanctity of life. We have been
shocked and outraged by the
terrorist attacks against innocent
people in Paris and Brussels. We
can only estimate the extent of
pain and anguish in the hearts of
our brethren in the Soviet Union
for accurate news merely trickles
our of this still mysterious land.
Even more ominous is the ongo-
ing threat of nuclear war. The un-
told billions of dollars available
to dictators can be converted by
Rabbi Levine
their twisted minds into a holo-
caust a million times greater than
the story of Noah and the Flood.
Shortly before the crisis in the
Middle East consumed our
energies, Jewish participation in
the anti-nuclear war movement
was just beginning to surface.
We must not lose sight of the
goal to tightly control the availa-
bility of nuclear aramments. We
must make our voices heard to
our elected officials demanding
that humanity be made safe and
secure from the threat of nuclear
We must also never lose sight
of our responsibility to prepare
our youth to become leaders of
the Jewish future. Yes, Israel
needs our financial support more
than ever. However, we must
search for funding to insure that
our youth will be educated and
trained to become even more
committed Jews than we are.
Cults and Christian missionary
groups are daily influencing
untold numbers of young people
from elementary school age
through college age. What good
will be a strong Jewish communi-
ty and a strong Israel today, if
someday there will be a shortage
of dynamic and educated Jewish
leaders in the diaspora to take
over and inspire the future de-
scendants of our people. We need
ongoing leadership development
beginning with the very young to
insure that there will be educated
Jewish adults who will know how
to perform and understand the
mitzvah of tikum olam the
repair of the world.
As we rejoice this weekend in
the study of Torah, may we re-
member what our Torah stands
for and how the real meaning of
Torah can have a significant
impact on our lives. Let us re-
solve this year to do our share to
help repair the world so that the
world will truly become habitable
for us, our descendants and all
future generations.
Local Synagogue News
On Oct. 20, Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Lake Worth,
will hold a dessert card party, at
1 p.m., in the social hall, at 315 N.
"A" Street. The donation is $2
and there will be numerous prizes
and fun for all who attend.
The public is invited to an Op-
pressed Jewry observance as part
of Temple Judea's Simhat Torah
Service, Friday evening, Oct. 8 at
8 p.m. in the social hall of St.
Catherine's Greek Orthodox
Church, at the corner of Southern
Blvd. and Flagler Drive.
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Rabbi Joel Levine and Cantor
Rita Shore will officiate. Israeli
and Chassidic music will ac-
company the procession of the
Torah Scroll around the sanc-
tuary. The Oppressed Jewry ob-
servance was established last
year to link the congregation to
the past and the present. Coordi-
nated by the Temple's social
action committee chaired by
Nancy Mighdoll, this observance
is part of the Temple Judea Plat-
form. A goal of this platform is to
develop an ongoing communica-
tion system between members of
the congregation and oppressed'
Jewry, especially Jews in the,
Soviet Union. Committee
member, Susan Wolf-Schwartz is
working with the Jewish Federa-
tion in "twining" Bar and Bat
Mitzvah celebrants with Soviet
Jewish youth and adults. Joseph
Gottfried, another committee
member is chairing a media
watch which will alert the con-
gregation to the ongoing struggle
of oppressed Jewry.
For more information about
this program call the office.
To Observe Simchat
Torah Festival
Temple Beth David of North-
ern Palm Beach County will hold
regular Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning services on Oct. 8
and Oct. 9. The holiday of Sim-
chat Torah will be celebrated at a
family service on Saturday eve-
ning at 7 p.m. The joyous cele-
bration of the conclusion of the
cycle of Torah reading and the
joy of the beginning of the
reading of the Torah once again
symbolize this holiday. The hak-
kafot (processions with scrolls of
the Torah) highlight this service.
On Sunday morning, Oct. 10 at
11 a.m. a family service will be
held highlighted by family par-
ticipation in observance of the
Simchat Torah festival. The con-
gregation currently meets at
Westminster Presbyterian
Church, Military Trail and Bums
Rd., Palm Beach Gardens. All are
' welcome.
Synagogues in Palm Beach Cm
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century ViUage
W. Palm Beach. Phone: 689-4675. Sabbath services 9
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. '
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 3344 du
7407 or 499-9229. Harry Silver, President. Daily asrU?S'
and 5 p.m. Saturdays and Holidays 9 ajn. rvM*>8i
--------- We Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407. Phoi
8421. Rabbi Howard Shapiro, Dr. Irving B. Cohen R
Emeritus, Dr. Richard G. Shugarman, President, Ceceil'
man, Educator, Stephen J. Goldstein, Administrator. Stb
services, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432. Phone 3911
Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabbath so.
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with]
Singer. Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
Cason-United Methodist Church, Comer of Lake Ida Rd |
Swinton Ave., Delray. Phone 276-6161. Mailing address''
N W 9 Street, Delray Beach, 33444. Rabbi Samuel Silver, 1
dent, Bernard Etish. Friday services at 8:16 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Bll
and Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach. Mailing address: II
Jack Pine St., West Palm Beach 33211. Cantor Nil
Fenakel, President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700).
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel L. Levine. Cantor Rita Shore, Barbara Chant 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 I
Southern Blvd.
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades]
(1 mile west of Boca Turnpike). The Free Synagogue, P.O.
3, Boca Raton 33432. Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111. Rabbi I
jamin Rosayn. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Beach, Fl. 33411.
Joseph Speiser. Phone 689-9430. President, Samuel Eisenfel
. Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407.1
0339. Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch, Cantor Elaine Shapiro,!
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 and I
Holidays at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3?
Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Scbectman.(
Mordecai Spektor. Services daily 8:30 a.m. and 6:3c
Friday, 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m., late services 8:15 p.m. followed I
Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 a.m., 6 p.m. Mincha followed]
Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
at Congregational Church, 115 N. Federal Hwy., Boyntl
Beach. Phone 737-4622. Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin.
services, Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. 'A' Street, Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. IW
Emanuel Eisenberg, Cantor Jacob Elman. Services Monday M
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.^
Temple Beth David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military
Palm Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North l
Beach. Phone 845-1134. Rabbi William Marder, Cantor bui
Rackoff. Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 [
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue 'G\ Balk Glade 33430. Cantor Jack I
man. Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nai Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church. 275 Alemeida Drive.M
Spring 33461. Temple B'nai Jacob. President JfD ,
Phone 964-0034. Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Si
9 a.m. Mondays and Thursdays at 9 a.m.
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4 th Avenue, Boca Raton 33432. P^ne 3*
Rabbi Theodore Feldman Sabbath services, Friday
Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Temple Emeth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33446. PtowJ
3536. Rabbi Bernard Silver. Cantor Seymour Zisook.
services, Friday at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Saturday and r
8:45 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Temple Emanu-EI
190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832
Rabbi Joel Charin. Cantor David Dardashti. Sabbatn i-
Friday at 8:30 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zion
Lions Club 700 Camelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach, r^ridiy j
8 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. President. Eli toasnthaM^
Parkway, Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411, Phone 7W-W"*
Albert Koslow.

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Israel Chamber of Commerce
Mission Tours Florida
For Ads Call Staci
I h invitation of Gov.
Uraham, a group of pro-
I ,srseli business men will
jili Florida. Scheduled for
Ef the two week coast-tb-
I Davis a member of the
|rold preschool cU" of
Ifcnsh Community Center is
I proudly picking out her
while Benjamin Lubin
ness With Israel."
Leading the mission is Dr. Aa-
her Halperin, executive director
of the Association of Banks in
Israel. Accompanying him are
Avraham Shavit, former chair-
man of the board of El Al air-
lines; Arieh Makletf, chairman of
the Israel Chamber of Commerce
International division. The other
Arab Sheikhs Spend
In Jewish Shops
GENEVA The oil rich Arab
states officially boycott Israel
and call on Western states to fol-
low suit. But affluent Arabs are
not averse to buying goodies
from Jewish merchants when the
urge seizes them. Thus, Arab
sheikhs who cavorted here this
summer dropped a royal bundle,
a great part of which wound up in
Jewish or Israeli-owned shoos.
Their favorite jeweller was
Golay's. Fur coats were pur-
chased at Tiger Royal, owned by
the Rebbi brothers, one ot whom
is married to an Israeli. Clothes
were bought at the Anita Smaga
Boutique or at the Ben Genie.
Medicines were gotten at La
Pharmaci Principals. Cigars from
participants represent a broad
spectrum of industry of Israel
who will be meeting with their
American counterparts.
The Florida Chamber of Com-
merce has scheduled a luncheon
hosted by the Governor, a VIP
visit to the Kennedy Space
Center, a tour of the Florida Solar
Energy Center, and several re-
ceptions, dinners, plant tours,
seminars, and individual
business meetings.
"The fact that Florida was in-
cluded in this upcoming mis-
sion," explains Moshe Netanel,
Israel's Consul for Economic
Affairs," is evidence of how far
we have come from just a couple
of years ago, when Israeli busi-
ness visitors got no further than
New York, Chicago, possibly Los
Angeles and occasionally
Atlanta. We feel that this is an
excellent opportunity to further
solidify the economic ties bet-
ween Florida and Israel."
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