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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OFPALMBEA CH COUNTY
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER
conjunction with The Jtwish Federation of Palm Beach County
_ Number 8
V Friday. April 22. 1977
Price 25 Cents
Entebbe Hostage Cynthia Zeger
Addresses South County Reception
*i
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in
Ixntluu Zeger, a hostage
tiiirhlu: / 'gantla. relates here
\ncrictwcs as a prisoner of
Arab terrorists and the
iaiiiliiii army. "Jem have
\\m\s taken care of their own
ul they always uill." she
mini
Cynthia Zeger. Entebbe hos-
tage and mother of Erich Segal,
noted author of Love Storx. was
featured speaker at a cocktail
reception held at the Boca Raton
Hotel on March 28 for the benefit
of the South County Division of
the Jewish Federation's 1977
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
Mrs. Zeger related her ex-
periences as a hostage from the
time when she first heard the
words "This plane has been taken
over by the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine." She
mentioned her initial fears were
not only of the Arah terrorists
but that she realized she was at
the mercy of every man. woman
und child on that plane, for anv
|Active Community Leader,
Dr. Stanley Stark Dies
Hi Stanley Stark. a
prominent Palm Reach
Count\ physician and vice
lirrsidcnl of the Jewish Fed-
i-niliiin of Palm Reach
I'miiiI} died April 9 at the
agyui *>>
Hi stark was an active
iiM-mlier ol the Combined
Jewish \|i|ieal-Israel Emer
I9w\ Fund campaign for
main veara and was
|>i'-'iiil\ serving as Special
nil- Division cochairman
lot i In 1977 campaign.
I >r Si ark was a member of
l mple Uel h El. a member of
1' Palm Reach County
Medical Society. Florida
Sale Medical Society and
sencd mi the curriculum
review lH>ard of AAMA. He
*as a Inrmer president of
King's County Medical
Smi.iv m New York and on
ine Hoard of Directors of the
Abe Stark Philanthropies.
He was a former staff
"ember of the Rrookdale
Hospital in Hrooklyn. N.Y.
DR. STANLEY STARK
Dr. Stark is survived by
wife. Marie; son. Michael of
Syracuse. N.Y.; daughters.
Wileen Cordon of Chicago
and Shannon Shapiro of
L. I.. N.Y.; and two gran-
dchildren.
Sharon's Party Holds
Meet for West Bank
Jerusalem utai -
^st Ariel Sharon said that
l*ouW call for the establish-
^ of a national emergency"
wrnment in Israel consisting
J dozen top men." the
H'orm of which would be
liL ^rmanent retention of
[west Bank.
P"ron addressed about 600
pes to the founding con-
rwn of his new Shlomzion
rnt which hopes to win
* seats in the May 17
j*Vom Kippur War hero was
" b.v acclamation to head
J and 34 other Knesset
iSSat.""* ",8eUd by
THE CONVENTION was held
out of doors at the new town of
Maale Edumim on the West
Rank, midway between Jeru-
salem and Jericho. A picnic-
atmosphere prevailed.
The delegates and their friends
listened to speeches under a hot
sun while drinking soda pop and
munching shashlik.
No prominent personalities
were evident among Sharon's
followers. A number of delegates
were recognized as former
soldiers who had served under
Sharon in the 1950s when, as a
captain, he commanded the crack
101st Unit that spearheaded
reprisal attacks against Arab
terrorists.
'When those children left I
knew that I would newer
see my children or my
grandchildren again.'
sudden motion by any of the pas-
sengers could have triggered a
violent reaction by one of her
captors.
"When we landed in Uganda I
turned to my husband and said.
Horis. we are in the hands of the
murderer of Africa.' She spoke
of her first encounter with Idi
Amin: "lie came in for the first
linw with his entourage and the
TV cameras and stated No one
will be hurt if you listen to what's
being said. We are sending
demands to the people who are
concerned' ... at that time we
did not know of his demands. "
MRS. ZEGER discussed how
the hostages reacted to their con-
finement: "We formed artificial
families, either because of lan-
guage or because we had sat
together on the plane. In our
family we trusted each other
implicitly, as if we had grown up
together, we trusted no one else
when you are a prisoner you
can In-come psychotic."
"We were terribly crowded."
she continued, "so many people
eating.and sleeping in a room this
size that when they opened
the room next door, nobody
thought anything of it. Then the
terrorists came into our room and
began to call names asking
those people to take their things
and go into the other room. After
the first six or seven names we
suddenly realized that all the
names were Hebrew and that the
Israelis were !>eing separated
from us."
MRS. ZEGER STATED that
Hie first time she broke down and
Cried was after they released the
first group of hostages which
consisti-d of older people and the
very young children jnot the
Israeli children).
"When those children left I
knew that I would never see my
children or my grandchildren
again this was where it was
going to end. The next morning
Idi Amin came in to the room and
Hinted 'they have not negotiated
. whatever hap|N-ns now is the
res|Minsibili(y of Israel and Israel
alone, how little he knew that he
had spoken the truth."
Mr. and Mrs. Zeger were
released with the second group of
hostages. They heard about the
Israeli raid the same way most of
the world did over the radio.
1,'bal paid did not iu*il hap-
That raid did not just
happen, those men were
trained as commandos for
the last several years.'
pen,*' she stated "Those men
were trained as commandos for
the last several years and
this training takes millions of
dollars. Maybe because of that
training we do not have a tenth
grade in Israel ... or adequate
social .services."
SHE CONCLUDED by
stilting that throughout all his-
tory "Jews have always taken
are of their own and always will.
A'hen we say Sli'ma Yisroel .
vhich is the watchword of Israel
. 'Hear O Israel, the Ix>rd our
God, the Ix>rd is One' ... we
should also say. Hear O Cod, All
Israel is One.' "
Alan I.. Shulman. general
campaign chairman discussed the
need* in Israel and the obli-
gations of every Jewish man and
woman In help support those
needs. Mel Schwartz, chairman
ol the South County Division
spoke of the developing Jewish
community in the south county
area ami of the ever increasing
demands for programs and ser
vices, which require substantial
lund.s for development.
Israel Independence Celebration
To be Held in West Palm May 1
Israel Independence Day will
be celebrated by the I'alm Reach
County community on May I,
starting at noon in the West
Palm Reach Auditorium. The
Jewish Community ("enter of the
I'alm Reaches will act as co-
ordinator for more than 90
organizations and clubs and has
developed a program to attract
all ages
The formal program will in-
clude Sen. Richard Stone. Israeli
Deputy Ambassador to the
United Nations Pinhas Eliav and
the Dahlia Dancers. Professional
Israeli entertainers along with
the Michael and Enoch duo, will
provide music and "ethnic con-
sistency" to the program. Games
and booths of a carnival nature
will surround the rotunda of the
Auditorium and will be open
starting at noon. The booths will
display and sell authentic Israeli
food such as fulafel. techina,
humus and pita bread. I^olik, a
Middle Eastern gourmet cook,
will prepare the food.
MOTORCADE AND
PARADE PLANNED
A motorcade of cars will
converge on the West Palm
Reach Auditorium from all areas
of the county. Ed Fine, motor-
cade chairman, has designated
the following staging areas:
Atlantic Westside Rank and
Fidelity Federal Savings of
Century Corners, 11:15a.m. for
residents of Century Village;
I'ublix. Oakhrook shopping
ranter at PGA Rlvd and U.S.
Highway 1. II a.m. for residents
ol North Palm Reach: Crest-
haven rcsiik-nts will meet at 11
am at Creslhaven Roulevard.
due west past Emory clubhouse
and Fernlcy area.
A Parade of Organizations will
take place at the Auditorium. All
organizations and clubs who wish
to participate in the parade to
show solidarity with Israel, will
assemble in the parking lot of the
Auditorium. Tamar Rarsky is
parade coordinator.
SUPPORT FROM
LOCAL GROUPS
The Independence Day pro-
gram has been substantially
supported by a donation from the
Jewish Federation of I'alm Reach
County.
Additional contributions have
bean made by the* following
groups: American Jewish
Congress. Temple Anshei
Shalom Men's" Club. Temple
Anshei Shalom Sisterhood.
Temple Reth El HESS. Heth El
Men's Club. Reth El Sisterhood,
R'nai R'rith Men Century,
R'nai R'rith Keystone, R'nai
R'rith Women Masada
Chapter, Medina Chapter,
Tzedakah Chapter, Temple Reth
Shalom, Cystic Fibrosis, Free
Sons of Israel, Friends of the
Jewish Community Day School,
Hadassah Rat Gurion Chapter,
Tikva Chapter. Delray Chapter,
Jewish War Veterans of Delray
anil Ladies Auxiliary. Key-
stones, Knights of Pythias.
I.almr Zionist Alliance, Masonic
of Delray. National Council of
Jewish Women, ORT Roynton,
OUT Evening. ORT Delray. ORT
Century, ORT Golden Lakes.
ORT Mid-I'alm Chapter. ORT
West I'alm Reach. I'ioneer
Women and Workmen's Circle.
American Israeli- Lighthouse.
UN AMBASSADOR
SPECIAL GUEST
Ambassador I'inhas Eliav will
s|>eak in his role
as deputy per-
manent repre-
sentative of Is-
rael to the United
Nations. Horn in
I'oland in 1924.
he was raised in
Germany and
emigrated to
Palestine in
19:14.
ELIAV
lie entered Hebrew University
in Jerusalem where he received
his M.S. in Oriental Studies in
1946. He is a graduate of the
Jewish Agency's School for Dip-
lomats and has served in the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs in
Washington and New York.
Ambassador Eliav has served
in the Israeli Defense Forces in
Jerusalem and the Galilee, and
has been consul general of Israel
Continued on Page 13


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
With the > I
Organizations
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
The Palm Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
through Training) will elect
officers for 1977-78 on Monday,
April 25 at 1 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the
Hermosa recreation room of the
Palm Sea Condominium, South
Palm Beach.
Women on the slate are:
presidium, Beatrice Goldstein,
Pauline Judd, Sylvia Leighton;
vice presidents, Sylvia Colby,
Sylvia Gould, Helen Witt;
treasurer. Pauline Judd: financial
secretary, Ann Goldberg;
recording secretary, Bess Edel-
man; corresponding secretary,
Esther Dornbusch; social secre-
tary, Edna Weisberg and parlia-
mentarian, Betty Levi.
Guest speaker will be Stanley
Farrer, who will play recordings
and discuss the music of spain.
On Wednesday, April 27 at
12:30 p.m.. the Delray Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
hold a general meeting. The
featured speaker will be Florence
Snyder, attorney, attached to the
Palm Beach Post.
Snyder will discuss the book
The Lady and The Law by
Edward Beck man. The book is
the biography of Fanny Holtz-
man who was a lawyer in the
20's. Miss 11 oil /man represented
many people in the movie in-
dustry as well as politicians.
For further information
contact Mrs. I. Siege).
The July 5 Study Group will be
limited to 20 members. The first
discussion will be the "Time of
Sholom Aleichem."
Golden Lakes Chapter of
Women's American ORT held its
first officer installation on April
7. Ann Rudolph presided as
chairman. Ix>is I^eib gave the
invocation and Mrs. Henry Blum
of Palm Beach Region acted as
installing officer.
New officers are: Kathryn
Koffs, president; Ann Rudolph,
vice president of special projects;
Ethel Siegel. vice president of
membership; Dorothy Swedel-
son. vice president of honor roll;
Ethel Krawchick. vice president
of social assistance: Ida Nathan-
son, financial secretary. Ruth
Selwyn. treasurer; Lillian
Gingold, recording secretary and
Sylvia Ostrover. corresponding
secretary.
Ruth Hyde and her group
entertained. Nettie Krantz was
hospitality chairman.
West Palm Beach Chapter will
meet on Wednesday. April 27 at
12:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army
Citadel
Aaron Rose will speak on
"Anti-Semitism Concealed
and Overt."
Ann Feinberg will present a
slate of officers for the coming
year.
An Honor Roll luncheon will be
held on Thursday. May 5, at
noon at the Breakers Hotel.
Blanche Weiss, chairman, can
provide more information.
Mid-Palm Chapter will hold a
Chinese luncheon and card party
on Thursday, April 28 at 12:30
p.m. at the China Blossom
Restaurant, Lake Worth.
Frances Gomel can provide
further information.
MEN'S ORT
Lou Rarrish, president of the
Palm Beach Chapter of Men's
OR1 has announced a long-range
policy decision made by the
Executive Board: To decentralize
Men's ORT by creating separate
chapters in Golden Lakes
Village, Lake Worth and one or
more in Century Village. This
decision was made due to the
large area which Palm Beach
County covers making it incon-
venient for many members to
attend meetings. The Board also
voted to plan cultural and educa-
tional programs for ORT
meetings.
Further information on mem-
bership can be obtained by con-
tacting Barrish.
PALM BEACH
ODD FELLOWS
Some 125 West Palm Beach
Brothers and Sisters of the Palm
Beach Odd Fellow Lodge 88,
branch of the I nternational Order
of Odd Fellows, attended an
education night late last month.
Thomas Perry, Palm Beach
County Supervisor of Social
Security and Medicare, discussed
changes in these two programs to
be instituted on July 1, 1977.
Police Lt. Walter Mulfad, aide
to Palm Beach County Sheriff
Richard Willie, presented a
movie on crime and combatting
it.
Henry Kaufman supervised
the collation.
The next meeting of the Lodge
will be held on Wednesday, May
4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lodge's
building, downtown West Palm
Beach.
HADASSAH
On Thursday April 28. Golda
Meir Group of Hadassah will
sponsor a bus trip to Fair-child
Gardens and Villa Vizcaya.
On May 21-23 there will be a
weekend at the Seville Hotel in
Miami Beach. Reservations for
either program can be secured by
calling Gertrude Shepard.
The Annual Florida Region
Conference for Hadassah will be
held May 1-3 at the Sheraton
Hotel in Clearwater. Fla.
Attending the conference from
the Yovel group will be Ann
Hopfan. Sibyl Senecoff. Mr. and
Mrs. Minsky. Rose Henkin and
Mary Rodd.
A Thanksgiving weekend at
the Saxony Kosher Hotel at
Miami Beach has been planned.
Reservations can be made by
calling Sylvia Ram. The number
of rooms available is limited.
Shalom Hadassah will hold a
day at the races at Hialeah, on
Thursday. April 28. For infor-
mation and reservations contact
Gene Fermaglish or Ethel Roey.
The Bat Gurion Group of
Hadassah will hold a Middle East
"Scheherazade" night on
Saturday. April 30 at 8 p.m., at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barrv
Solo way A Middle East dinner
will be served, to be followed by
the entertainment of a belly
dancer (Mahalia) and a guitarist.
Elaine Soloway is chairwoman
of this event. Reservations
should be made by April 23.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
On April 1 the Palm Beach
Unit of the National Council of
Jewish Women prepared and
gave a Passover seder at the
Darcy Nursing Home for twenty
of the Jewish patients.
The seder was conducted by
Rabbi Moshe Stern of Temple
Beth El. The youth group of
'riday. Aprfl 22,'
At an educational seminar held late last month by the Palm
Beach Odd Fellows Lodge 88 are (from left) Gerald Nelson, past
grand patriot; Thomas Perry, master of ceremonies; Harris W.
Grossman, noble grand; Samuel Kaiser, Florida state district
deputy grand master; Police Lt. Walter Mulfad; Harry Horn,
vice grand; and Alex Kolbe, public relations and entertainment
director.
Sue. will tt^
program. Rabbi Frienm.
the installing officer,**
The Rev. Phillip E. Perki
^Episcopal Chun?
offer the benediction. '
Cantor Farid Dardasht, I
Congregation BnailsS.?
Petersburg will render ^

iris n
cantorial selecti
ions.
overall
Temple Beth El led the singing
and dancing of religious songs for
the holiday. This is the third year
that the Palm Beach Unit gave a
seder. The group is i.ow making
plans for next year's Chanukah
party as well as for other Jewish
holidays.
The Palm Beach Unit will hold
an "Art on Tour" meeting on
April 27, at the home of Mrs.
L. D. Cohen at Palm Beach
Towers in Palm Beach. Mrs.
Cohen will allow the group to
view her art treasures. After the
meeting there will be a "dutch
treat" luncheon at Petite
Marmite. The day will be com-
pleted with a slide presentation,
given by Dr. Benjarrin Seidler, of
a collection of art from two of
Franee's museums.
On May 14 the National
Council will sponsor a dinner-
dance at the "Fountains Golf and
Tennis Club." The evening is
titled "A Stroll Down Petticoat
Lane."
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women Masada
Chapter 150 will hold its annual
installation of officers, combined
with a supper, on Tuesday. April
26, at 7 p.m. at the Grace Epis-
copal Church, West Palm I teach.
Incoming officers are Shirley
Bloom, president: Frances
Chodosh, vice president of fund-
raising: Diana Daniels, vice
president of administration: Lee
Newell, vice president of
membership; Sophie Dickson.
treasurer; Helene McCauley.
financial secretary; Kitty Sch-
walb, recording secretary; and
Shim Feeds, corresponding
secretary.
The officers will be installed by
Ruth Wallace, vice chairman of
the South Coastal Region.
Invocation will be by Rabbi
Hyman Fishman of Temple Beth
David, and the benediction will
be given by his wife. Ida Fish-
man.
A supper will be served before
the meeting, at no charge to paid-
up members of Masada Chapter.
Entertainment will follow. Reser-
vations should be made in ad-
vance by calling Chairman Vi
Irvine or cochairman. Honey
Marsh.
YIDDISH CULTURE
GROUP
The Yiddish Culture Group of
Century Village meets Tuesday
mornings at 10 a.m. in the Club-
house Auditorium. The next two
programs are as follows:
On April 26: Anna Marsh,
singer of Yiddish. Hebrew and
English songs, accompanied by
Marie Kasin on piano, will
perform. Dora Dacher will
present selected readings.
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AND PURCHASED
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our only business lor
well over 40 years as
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purchasing desirable material.esoec
ially USA collections. We hav<
earned the commendable Senior.Mem
bership in the American Society of
Appraisers
HERMAN HERST. JR., INC.
P.O. Box 1583, Boca Raton,
Flo 33432 39)-3223
Instrumental quartette, Helen
Penka, piano; Jacky Lorber,
violin; Phil Herman, violin and
Sam Finkenthal, violin, wil!
perform.
On May 3 will be a celebration
of Israel's Independence. A
choral group, directed by Mildred
Birnbaum, will sing with
Dorothy Goldberg on the piano.
David Altman will present a
concertina. Sam Korsen will play
guitar.
Temple Beth Sholom Sister-
hood will hold an installation of
officers for 1977 at a luncheon at
Bernards, Boynton Beach, on
Wednesday, May 4 at noon.
TEMPLE BETH EL
On Sunday, April 24 at 7 p.m.,
Temple Beth El will formally
install Rabbi Asher-Bar-Zev.
Sam Dreschler, chairman of
the Installation Committee,
reports that a program for the oc-
casion has been planned and
finalized.
Arthur Levine, president of the
United Synagogue of America,
will be the main speaker.
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen of
^"^"^Hallf^iJ
installation ceremony. *1
The public is invited.
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nesday. April 27 at noon, at th
Breakers Hotel.
Liebman has written numerous!
books and articles, many
which are pertaining to Jews i
Jewish History throughout
ages.
He has been anj
instructor inf
many of the uni-
versities in Flor-
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the University of I
the Americas, lief
has lectured inj
the United I
States. Israel
and Mexico
Liebman
He holds the office of nationa.
vice .president of the American
Zionist Federation and is
member of the New York
Florida Bars.
Entertainment for theoccasia
will feature the singers An
March and Jack Zuckermani
music by pianist Mildred Bir-
nbaum.
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in of Halm tfeach County
In Memoriam
waff of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
their sympathy to the family and friends of the
.,__i... Clorlf rtr Ctarlr i nrartinmn nk.,.:.:..
h great sorrow that the Board of Directors and
. ._- i>.ieh CaHoratinn nf Palm Dowh r^...
bvtend thou */! -
lateDr Stanley Stark. Dr. Stark, a practicing physician
In palm Beach County, served as vice president of the
federation and cochaired the Special Gifts Division of
Ihe 1977 CJA-IEF campaign. He was a committed man,
ledicated to the survival of Jews around the world
^cp of us who knew him will miss this area
Those of us
Ihumanitarian
great
Now it's Yadin's Turn to be Muddied
jminary to Bestow Honors
On Three Local Rabbis
kabbi llyman Fishman.
fiual leader of Temple Beth
tid in West Palm Beach;
jriu Sol l.andau. of Beth David
(negation in Miami, and
Norman Nathan Shapiro
iTemplf Zion in Miami, will
li\e degrees of doctor of
ferity, honoris causa, at a
rial academic convocation of
(Jewish Theological Seminary
inerica during the Rabbinical
Mnblv convention at (irossin-
|'s. N.w York, on May 1.
|ahi>i Fish-
received his
tor's degree
his nrdin-
(nun Yesh-
I nivtTMlj
Mil years as
LrmlN'r ol the
tiinalr. In-
fill mngn-ga-
Mobile.
Tvl,r llV Fishman
I West
iBeach. I-la Rabbi Fishman
memlier nt the Rabbinical
M>l>. "I ihe \aliona! Board
HT. .mil id the Rotary, lie is
he board of ihe American
lish Committee and of the
mi Community Day School,
serves a.s vice president of
Jewish Federation of Balm
hCniinix.
bbi landau is a graduate of
joklyn College, New York
nrsiiy, ,ind Florida State
Win Refore assuming the
Pit at Huh David Congre-
pin in Miami, he servo as
royal trader of congregations
weland, Wilmette, III., and
F York City. Rabbi Landau
published several books
cerninn Christian-Jewish
H0. WHAT. .WHERE?
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
AND AGENCIES
JEWISH FEDERATION OF
PAIM BEACH COUNTY
pnp Shalom Day Camp
pmmunn, Calendar
kmmunny Pre School
I'endly Visitors
ormanon-Reerrol Service
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relations, and Jewish ethics Me
is a member of the Rabbinical
Assembly, the American Assoc-
iation of University Professors.
Jewish War Veterans of America,
and the Adult Education As-
sociation of A merica.
Rabbi Shapiro graduated from
the University of Minnesota, and
was ordained by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America. Me served con-
gregations in Toronto and Dallas
before coming to Temple /.ion
seven years ago. Articles by
Rabbi Shapiro have appeared in
I be Miami Herald. Miami Nell's,
Southern Israelite. and The
JeIrish h'loridian. Rabbi Shapiro
is a member of the Zionist
Organization of America, Lbs
Motional Conference of
Christians and Jews, ihe Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association,
and Ihe Rabbinical Assembly. Me
served as past president of the
Kallah of Texas Rabbis.
Uri Avneri, editor of Haolem
Hazeh, and reporter Yigel Laviv,
last week for the second con-
secutive time ran stories in the
popular news weekly that Prof.
Yigal Yadin, head of the
Democratic Movement for
Change, has smuggled foreign
currency out of the country. They
charged that Yadin was involved
in a foreign currency and an-
tiques export scandal in 1979
A week earlier. Haolem Haieh
charged that- the noted ar-
chaeologist had sold antiques to
an American bank without the
proper export license and without
paying the necessary taxes.
Laviv has also submitted an
official complaint against Yadin
to the police. Yadin. who filed a
libel suit against the two journal-
ists last week, filed another one
this week.
During their recent talks in
Washington, President Carter
told now-resigned Prime Minister
Rabin that he categorically
opposes Jewish settlement in the
Israeli-administered Arab
territories, according to the
Hebrew daily. Ha'areU. quoting
an "informed and reliable
source." Carter was quite forceful
on this point, said the paper's
informant, and put Rabin on
notice that any future Israeli
moves in that direction would be
publicly repudiated and
denounced.
Rabin also met with Dr. Henry
Kissinger, who warned the Prime
Minister against harboring any
illusions about U.S. backing on
the question of boundaries. Any
Kabbi Asher
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agreement to end the deadlock,
Kissinger is reported as saying,
will insist on Israeli withdrawal
from almost all of the so-called
"occupied" areas, with minor
exceptions, and this provision
will have Washington's un-
qualified support.
U.S. postal authorities have
jumped the gun in "recognizing"
the existence of an Arab Pales-
tinian State, even before
President Carter's handshake
with a PLO representative at a
recent UN reception. In its latest
publication, International
Postage Rates and Fees, a new
listing covers postal connections
with Palestine (Western Arab).
There are only two minor dif-
ferences in the regulations. Mail
to Israel can be sent special
delivery, but no such service is
available for Palestine (Western
Arab). Also one can send parcels
to Israel of up to 22 pounds; to
the new area only up to 11
pounds. It is believed that the
name. Western Arab, is derived
from the designation of that
sector as West Jordan.
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CAMP SHALOM 1977
CAMP SHALOM (Pic School. Elementary)
RHUHNAl ONct TOCAMP OFFICE
Jewish Federation ol Palm Beach County
241b Okeecholwc Bivil West Palm Beach. Florida 33409
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Editorial
Rabin's Tragedy
The breach of moral principles of which Yitzhak
Rabin is guilty cannot be erased. He has accepted full
responsibility for it and has done what any decent and
high-minded political leader should do in similar circum-
stances. He has resigned.
There are many psychological and emotional lessons
to be drawn from the secret Rabin bank account, and
undoubtedly these lessons will be drawn in the weeks
ahead by a variety of observers.
Already, we can guess at some, and with reasonable
accuracy. Mainly, they will involve attempts to analyze,
even in so distinguished an Israeli as Rabin, the growingly
corrosive effect that national insecurity has had on all
Israelis the weariness of war, allegations about the
subconscious desire to flee the country, the bank account
itself as symbolic of a way out.
We wonder just how valid these speculations are,
even before they will Ik1 formulated. Hut even if we shun
(hem, the bottom line is that Rabin and his wife did
engage in an illegal act. They took advantage of their dis-
tinguished positions and gave to themselves a privilege
denied by Israeli law to all Israelis, Prime Ministers,
included.
Reckoned in these terms, there is no real way of
looking at the Rabin story tenderly or even sym-
pathetically without doing violence to the principle of
egalitarianism that must be the hallmark of a free society,
Israeli or any other.
What we can do is to look with warmth, high regard
and unyielding admiration upon the great service and
skillful leadership Yitzhak Kabin gave his country on the
battlefield and in the political arena throughout his life.
That can never be changed, not even by the fatal flaw
to which all human flesh is heir the desire for an edge
over others to which Rabin, himself, unhappily suc-
cumbed.
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The sirim program at (amp Shalom is taught by American Red
Cross certified Water Safety Instructors. Orer the past 12
years hundreds of Camp Shalom youngsters hare learned how
to swim.
Camp Shalom Getting
Ready for Summer Season
Camp Shalom, the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-
Sponsored camp, is getting ready to reopen its IK acre facilities
for the 19"" camping season
Featured this year will be the swimming program.
The program, certified by the American lied Cross, will be
auperVMM by qualified Water Safety Instructors. Kach child
will get individualized instruction with the help of the staff.
"LsM( summer 86 percent of our camix-rs progressed at least
one level and many progressed two or three." stated Robert
Kcssler. camp director.
"Every child is tested at the beginning of the summer and
placed in a group according to his or her ability. No child is
pushed lieyond his own capabilities and the meet positive
nut bods are used to introduce oui very youngest cani|*'rs to the
water Kesslcr said
Camp Shalom facilities include two pools, one 2f>-meter pool
and a smaller pool for pre schoolers use.
The Jewish Federation office can provide further information
on the summer camp program.
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* April 22,19T7
[^Federation Calendar
By Henry Groeeman and
Bruce Daniels, Cochairmen
Community Relations Council
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
I A art somewhat from the strict construction of CRC matters.
Lh !*the problem of date conflicts among CRC constituent organi-
F y _.;!,iv Hoes become a serious community relations concern.
lions cerxai'"/ **"~
tlv fr example, the female and male counterparts of the
""anization unknowingly scheduled and ran separate major
' lhe samc time. It's time that every planned event is first
ted out for conflict on Federations carefully kept calendar.
tk. svstem is simple and foolproof. In every Federation where it is
louslv observed, it works very well. Yet how many times have
Tmn into the problem of two conflicting meetings or events, forcing
U to disappoint yourself or someone else, leaving you with a feeling
{Lit Here's how it works:
111 Plan for in advance, prepare alternate dates.
A a first step, call Federation and ask for a check on a calendar
i.
... Reeister your date. It becomes official when so registered, and if
Iorganizations honor the system, conflicts will be avoided.
Ill I et nothing deter you from following this system, neither forget-
Ig nor failing because "it doesn't seem important" it is very
Iportant!
lut's all pledge to honor Federation's calendar of organizations'
lies.
Solomon's Restaurant Opening
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
ALL SOUTH FLORIDA'S HEADING FOR
World \Mft/ Famous
"Where Wise People Eat!"
"Just minutes away"
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ISolomon s Restaurant and
Lndwich Shop, already estab-
Jhed as one of South Florida's
king and meeting places for
ow business and sports stars,
ens under its new name
onday. April 18, in the Oak-
I Park Shopping Plaza.
||t*l at 4850 W. Oakland
Irk Blvd.. adjacent to the
brida Medical Center and
derdale Lakes Hospital.
|mn's formerly was the site
Pumperniks restaurant in
kuderdale Lakes.
(Roger Dauer, president of
omon's. Ix'gan operating
bmpernik's when the new
prise Theater opened, and
(rided to make the change in
lme to better reflect the food
I atmosphere which wc intend
[maintain."
[The Solomon's operation will
plude a VIP lounge serving
rktnils. a bake shop, a
Eatessen, a banquet hall
King up to WK) persons and a
kering service in addition to the
naurant and coffee shop,
per said.
I lust minutes away" is one of
! themes of Solomon's, which
| just off the Florida Turnpike
iin the heart of the fast-grow-
Lauderdale Lakes area which
[dose to the center of popu-
pn for Dade, Broward and
i Beach counties.
Traditional Friday night
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IPerson submitting the story,
(address, phone number and
I name of organization.
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devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life post and present
co-ordinated by the
Palm Beoch County Robbinical Council
Editor
Robbi William H. ShapJro
I
The Rabbinical Council of Palm Beach r... 1
nounces that it is no longer responsible folH
spection and supervision of the Kashrut o ihinJH
Man, located on Okeechobee Boulevard B
The Palm Beach Rabbinical Society will unveil and dedicate
this monument, erected in memory of the six million Jews who
died in the Holocaust during World War II, on Sunday, April
24, at 2 p.m. at BethOlam Jewish Garden in Lantana.
Memorial prayers and Liturgical music will be chanted bv u
cantor.
flBIHIHIHIHIBllHIBiiaiHiaiaiV
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION I
Tazria
I
i
"And if her means suffice not for a lamb, then she shall
take two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons" (Lev. 12.H).
TAZRIA Cleanliness and undeunliness are further
defined, here in relation to childbirth and leprosy. *'lf a
woman be delivered, and (war a man-child, then she shall
be unclean seven days And she shall continue in the
blood of purification three and thirty days Hut if she
bear a maid-child, then she shall be unclean two weeks
. and she shall continue in the blood of purification
threescore and six days. And when the days of her
purification are fulfilled she shall bring a lamb of the
first year for a burnt-offering, and a young pigeon, or a
turtle-dove, for a sin-offering, unto the door of the tent of
meeting, unto the priest" (Leviticus 12.2-6). Suspected
lepers are to be brought to the priest, who quarantines the
case for seven days. A careful description of the varieties
of leprosy is followed by rules for the leper's identification
and isolation. "And the leper in whom the plague is, his
clothes shall be rent, and the hair of his head shall go
loose, and he shall cover his upper lip, and shall cry:
'Unclean, unclean.' All the days wherein the plague is in
him he shall be unclean: he is unclean; he shall dwell alone:
without the camp shall his dwelling be" (Leviticus 13.45-
46).
Metzora
"And the priest shall look, and, behold, if the plague of
leprosy be healed in the leper" (Lev. 13.3).
METZORA This portion describes the laws for the
purification of the leper after he is healed. "Then shall the
priest command to take for him that is to be cleansed two
living clean birds, and cedar-wood, and scarlet, and
hyssop. And the priest shall command to kill one of the
birds in an earthen vessel over running water. As for the
living bird, he shall take it, and the cedar-wood, and the
scarlet, and the hyssop, and shall dip them and the living
I bird in the blood of the bird that was killed over the
| running water. And he shall sprinkle upon him that is to
. be cleansed from the leprosy seven times, and shall
pronounce him clean, and shall let go the living bird into
1 the open field. And he that is to be cleansed shall wash his
clothes, and shave off all his hair, and bathe himself in
water, and he shall be clean; and after that he may come
| into the camp, but shall dwell outside his tent seven days.
And it shall be on the seventh day, that he shall shave all
his hair off his head and his beard and his eyebrows .
and he shall bathe his flesh in water, and he shall be clean"
|(Leviti-us 14.4-9). Finally, after bringing an offering to
the priest on the eighth day, the former leper shall be
I formally clean.
Leprosy was understood to affect objects as well as
I people. The portion describes the various cases of leprosy
and prescribes their treatment: "This is the law for all
manner of plague of leprosy, and for a scall; and for the
leprosy of a garment, and for a house; and for a rising, and
for a scab, and for a bright spot; to teach when it is un-
clean, and when it is clean; this is the law of leprosy"
| (Leviticus 14.54-57).
(The recounting of the Weekly Portion ot the Law It extracted and bated
upon "The Graphic History ol fha Jewish Heritage." edited by P Wollman-
*Tsamir, 115, published by ShangoM. Tha volume it available at 7S Maiden
Lane, New York, NY. I00JS. Joseph Schlang it president ol the tocietv
distributing tha volume. "*>*
Reflections On
Jerusalem's
Reunification
By William H.Shapiro,
Secretary Rabbinical Council
of Palm Beach County
The tenth anniversary of
reunited Jerusalem is an historic
occasion. This remarkable and
sat red city, where the Temple of
Solomon once stood in its
glorious splendor, is steeped in
history and tradition. We rejoice
in Yerushulayim Hashlema as we
recall how the city had been
divided so that we were
prevented from standing on this
hallowed ground to pray to the
Almighty. We bow our heads in
memory of our brave sons who
gave their lives to liberate our
In-loved Capital, and we pray
that Jerusalem shall remain
united forever.
Reunification has come to the
city which is the heart of Israel,
and always has been. The prayer
of "next year in Jerusalem."
chanted and repeated across the
centuries by Jews everywhere in
the Diaspora, symbolizes the
ever* lasting yearning (or Zion
and the reverence in which we
hold the "Golden City." Its holy
stones and edifices, its utter
magnificence and its ccnlralit y in
Jewish life make Jerusalem,
according to the Talmud, both
"the metropolis ol the world" and
"a lantern to the nations."
These past ten years have wit-
nessed a remarkable growth in
the Holy City. Jerusalem's intri-
cate network of mads has been
expanded: its industry, electric
power, water supply and other
services have grown to accom-
modate thousands of families and
make Jerusalem an economically
strong and glorious capital city.
ON THIS historic occasion, we
rememl>er the Prophet Isaiah,
who said, "For Zion's sake I will
not be silent, and for Jerusalem's
sake I will not rest." We, there-
fore, issue this call to the Jewish
congregations and organizations,
to their rabbis and leaders, to
lead their adherents in dedicating
themselves to the strengthening
of this city, to the existence of
our people, and to our aspirations
for the future. We pray for the
deliverance of our brothers and
sisters in the land of oppression
and for the speedy fulfillment of
Kibbutz Galuyot.
We cannot rest unless Israel
is secure. We dare not rest until
we have fulfilled our respon-
sibilities. May we be granted the
privilege of witnessing the
complete redemption of Israel
and of our people all over the
world by the attainment of uni-
versal peace, speedily, and in our
day. Amen.
Religious services for the
plaque unvieling to the
memory of the late Mrs.
Tina Schutzer will be held
Sunday, April 24 at 1 p.m.
In Hillcrest Cemetery.
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen of
Temple Israel will officiate.
Relatives, friends and
acquaintances are cordially
invited to attend.
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April 24: Dr. Samuel Portnoy
May 1: Dr. Samuel Portnoy
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flogler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida 33407
833 8421
Rabbi Irving B Cohen
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 15
p.m Saturday services 10 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH El OF
BOCA RATON
P O Bo 568
Boco Raton, Florida 33432
391 8901
Rabbi Norman T Mendel
Sabbath services. Friday at 8 15
p.m.
Moravian Church. l2thAve and
Palmetto Park Rd., Boco Raton
TEMPLE ETERNAL LIGHT
P O. Box 3
Boca Roton, Florida 33432
426 1600
Rabbi Beniamin Rosayn
Sabbath services, Friday oi
p.m
at Unitarian Universal^
Fellowship Building
I62W PalmoiioParkBd
Boca Raton
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SN0L0M
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach, Florida 33409
684 3212
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman
Rabbi Emeritus Henry Jerech
Doily services at 8:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m.
Friday services at 8:30 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. Also at 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath services at 8:30 am
and 5:30 p m
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach. Florida 33407
833 0339
Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev
Sabbath services Friday ot 8 15
p m
Saturday ol 9:30a m
Daily Mmyan at 8:15 am,
Sunday ot 9 a m
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
315 North "A" Street
lake Worth. Florida 33460
585 5020
Robbi Emanuei Eisenberg
Services Mondays and Thursdays
at 8 30 a m
Friday at 8 15pm
Saturday at 9 30a m
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabbath services. Friday ot 8 p m
At Westminister
Presbyter ion Church
10410 N Military Tro.l. Polm
Beoch Gardens 321 Northlake
Blvd North Palm Beach. Flo
33408
845 1134
Rabbi Hyman Fishmon
Cantor Nicholos Fenakel
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
N W Avenue "G"
Belle Glode, Florida 33430
Jock Stotemon, lay leoder
Sobboth services, Fndoy at 8 30
p m
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Alomedo Drive
Polm Spr'igs Florida33460
Sabbath services Fndoy ol]
p m
Saturday at 9a m
Mondays and ThursdoySOt'cH
Services held at Faith United
Presbylerion Church Pol|
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CONGREGATION
P O Bo 2306
Boco Raton Florida 33432
Rabbi Nathan Zeli/er
Sabbath services Fndoy at 8
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Boca Raton, Flo
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TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Road
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
832 0804
Rabbi Mo I Forman
Cantor David Dordoshti
Sabbath services Friday ot 8
p m
Saturday at9o m
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2515 NE 2nd Court
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5Jy. April 22. W/
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach Countv
Page 7
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Above, /9a/> Konigsburg assists as Pre-
School Director Phyllis Morgan asks the
children about the symbols and rituals of
I'assorer. At left, Konigsburg and Morgan
prepare for the Passover seder observed
recently at the Federation's Community Pre-
School at Camp Shalom.
n
Pre-Schoolers
Celebrate
Passover
By SANDY KONIGSBURG
I found it! I found it!"
[shouted Monde" Jennifer Gom-
Iberp as she clutched the
lafikomcn.
Meanwhile other children were
Isiill peeking in corners and
looking under fables as Federa-
tion ('(i.nunity Pre-School
[Director Phyllis Morgan gave
[Jennifer ,i >;ift for her discovery.
The Pavilion at Camp Shalom
khoed with the voices of about
[lOO children and adults. Parents
(mingled and conversed as they
DBSUmed the Passover meal
[prepared by teacher Rina Chap-
[man and a group of parent
fcnhinteers
Klla Ogden, one of the helping
I mothers, was relieved the chil-
| dren were drinking grape juice.
I almost served the children
the adults wine by mistake." she
"ale Konigsburg, who had
[conducted the seder with Direc-
: Morgan, appeared to be
[enjoying his meal as he held his
|n in his lap.
And parent Judy Kavitz.
|hose accordian music had lent
|>n additional air of gaity to the
l*der. sat with her two daughters
P'ikki and Jill.
The seder was over and the
children no longer had to remain
Ijn their seats. The children who
lhad recited the four questions:
[Glenn Gottfried, Matthew Bern-
[*in, Jay Scarola. Joshua Wein-
Iprd and Marc Horowitz, a
visiting graduate of the school,
l*ere observed playing with their
|tnends.
I.n?ar,ing of both conversation
la food continued in the
ravihon until it was time for the
Prance to come to an end.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday. Aprii 22
You Can Find It.. -Here
Sunny Days. .
evNjeep
11
The Jewish Federation-sponsored Camp
Shalom is located on Belvedere Road, just
west of the Florida State Turnpike, on a
spacious 18-acre site. The camp services
children from all sectors of the community
and gives them the opportunity to enjoy the
summer months in a safe, wholesome and
enriching environment.
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Throughout the summer special activities
are planned for the boys and girls. One of
these activities last summer included a
balloon-launch, where the boys and girls
released hundreds of balloons with postcards
attached, asking the finder to drop them in
the nearest mailbox. Cards were returned
from New York and Illinois.

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All staff members of Camp Shalom are required to attend a
four-day orientation program prior to the opening of camp. In
addition, staff is required to attend weekly staff meetings
throughout the summer to assist them in programming and
other necessary skills.
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Every summer Camp Shalom holds an Olympic Games pro-
gram. The boys and girls are divided into teams and compete
"for the fun ofit alL"
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the Camp Shalom staff. Last year's Scouts are shown preparing cnnis anyone? All boys and girls are given tennis instruction
fninfel a traditional Israeli food. on Camp Shalom's regulation tennis courts.
on Camp Shalom's regulation tennis courts.
With love and under**
campers are taught W


, April 22, 1977
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
t Camp Shalom 1
Seventh, eighth and ninth graders have the
opportunity to travel each summer with the
Camp Shalom Teen Travel Program. This
summer the boys and girls will visit areas in
New England June 29 to Aug. 12, and places
of interest in the Midwest July 27 to Aug. 9.
At Camp Shalom health self-expression is nurtured within an
atmosphere of respect for others and awareness of respon-
sibility both toward the individual and the group.
Over the past 12 years of its successful
| operation. Camp Shalom has taught hun-
dreds of boys and girls the skills needed to
become strong and capable swimmers.
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Jewish Content is one aspect of the program that all the boys and girls enjoy, whether it be a Friday afternoon Oneg Shabbat, learning Israeli songs and dances or baking "challah."

With the development of the Connie Gam
Memorial Sports Complex, Camp Shalom
expanded its facilities to include three ad-
ditional softball fields and six blacktop
basketball courts.
Qualified staff work with the children to help
[promote physical, social and cultural
growth, and the acquisition of new skills and
interests.
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Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday. April22
South County 1977 CIA Cocktail Reception
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Schwartz join Cynthia Zeger, an Entebbe
hostage, who was the featured speaker at the recent cocktail
reception at the Boca Raton Hotel for the South County
Division of the 1977 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign. Schwartz is chairman for the
South County division of the campaign.
1977:
Pictured at the recent cocktail reception at the Ba
Hotel for the 1977 CJA-IEF campaign are (lefttl^Z
Norman Schimelman, executive director of the l /
Federation of Palm Beach County; Charlotte Robinson South
County Women s Division chairman; Stanley B Bren
president of the Federation; Mel Schwartz, South CouJ
campaign chairman; Cynthia Zeger, featured speaker and AlZ
L. Shulman, general campaign chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon (left) with guest of honor Cynthia
Zeger.
Vfearof
Prid
d
Guests enjoy a light buffet at the recent cocktail reception helm
at the Boca Raton Hotel on behalf of the South County diiision\
of the 1977 CJA-IEF campaign.
enge
Julius Friedlander (left) and Ben Jaffee, co-workers on the
South County CJA-IEF campaign.
1977
Mr. and Mrs. Max Alperin (left land Mr. and Mrs. Sum Melto]
icere among the guests at the March 28 cocktail reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Robinson greet Cynthia Zeger (center).
Charlotte Robinson is the chairperson of the South County
Women's Division.
Mr. and Mrs. John Eisenberg (left) join Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Titelman (right) as they welcome Cynthia Zeger, featured
speaker at the recent cocktail reception at the Boca Raton
Hotel. y
Jewish
Destiny
is in
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stone (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gesoff (right). Betty Stone and Robert Gesoff are the Boca
Raton representatives to the Board of Directors of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County.
Pictured above are (left to right) Mr. Gennet, Mr. and Mrs-
ShiffandMr. and Mrs. David Tindell.


[Friday. April22, 1977
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
'Bonds Celebrates Jerusalem Anniversary
Page 11
A special event, sponsored by
he Palm Beach County Com-
dttee for State of Israel Bonds,
celebrating the tenth anniversary
nf the Reunification of Jerusalem
"as to be held April 21 at the
Breakers.
According to Mrs. Irv Stuart,
chairman of the special event,
When Jerusalem was reunited
ten vears ago. it was a time for
thanksgiving. gratitude and
prayer. We are grateful for the
opportunity to be able to
celebrate the historic occasion.
This remarkable city, where the
Temple <>f Solomon once stood,
and which had been inhabited by
Old Testament patriarchs and
kins, is steeped in history and
tradition. Its impressive
development during the past
decade reflects the strides taken
bv the entire nation in the period
since .Jerusalem was reunified.*'
Working with a committee
comprised of members from all
over Palm Beach County, Mrs.
Stuart coordinated the event,
which also marked a successful
Israel Bond drive in Palm Beach
County and the twenty-ninth
I anniversary of the State of Israel.
RABBI MAX L. Forman.
president of the Palm Beach
County Rabbinical Association,
led an observance com-
memorating the tenth anniver-
sary. Special anniversary United
Jerusalem Scrolls of Honor were
presented to guardians and trus-
tees of Israel, as well as chairman
of specific Israel Bond events
during this year's campaign.
The American Balalaika Com-
pany, international folk singing
and company, performed for a
crowd of hundreds. Also
providing entertainment was the
Erev Duo, a folksinging team.
An active community leader,
Mrs. Stuart served as cochair-
man of the Palm Beach Hi-Rise
Committee for the 1977 National
Women's Division United Jewish
Appeal-Federation Campaign.
She served as cochairman of the
1976 Montauk Celebrity Lun-
cheon to benefit the South-
ampton Hospital and worked
with Dina Merrill on the annual
Benefit in Southampton. A food
critic. Mrs. Stuart's columns
appear in Westchester Magazine
and Long Island Magazine. Mr.
and Mrs. Stuart are members of
the Poinciana Club, and of
Southampton Hospital Auxiliary
Banyan Golf Club, of which Mrs.
Stuart is on the Women's board
of directors and is liaison between
the women's and men's boards.
Syrians Not
on Attack
JFRUSALEM (JTA) -
Israeli military sources said that
they had no confirmation of
reports that Syrian forces in
Lebanon were supporting a major
counter-attack launched by
Palestinian Moslems against
right-wing Christians in southern
Lebanon.
The sources stressed, however,
that there was no confirmation
"so far," indicating that Israel
did not rule out possible Syrian
involvement in the renewed
fighting.
THE FIGHTING took place
around Taibe, a Moslem village
south of the Litani River only
three miles from Israel's border.
Palestinians also attacked in the
vicinity of Qlaia, Merj Ayun and
Khiam. Christian strongholds.
Jewish Community Center
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Call for Coloring Book Brochure at 689-7700.
Transportation Additional upon request.
Vivian Becker
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Detra Kay
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Page 12
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fridy.ApriJ22
Area Student Places First r
In Regional Bible Contest
Dr. Sidney Selig, director of
the Jewish Community Day
School of Palm Beach County,
Inc. announced that an eighth
grade student of the school has
attained first place in the
National Bible Contest in the
Central and Southeastern regions
of Florida.
Dov Mizrachi, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Herman of West
Palm Beach, was the first placed
winner in the National Bible Con-
test administered by the
Federation Jewish Agency of
Greater Miami in the Inter-
mediate Day Shcool Hebrew
Intensive division of the contest.
Dr. Selig reported that this is
the first time in the short history
of the Jewish Community Dav
School that a student entered a
Bible contest and achieved this
academic honor. Dov has been
invited to enter the finals of the
National Bible Contest which will
take place in May in New York.
Dr. Selig stressed the impor-
tance of the achievement by
stating that an eighth grade
graduating student of the Palm
Beaches has reached national as I
well as regional significance in an
area of Bible studies.
"This reflects an important
Jewish value and heritage for the
entire Palm Beach community. It
is not important that a student
win a regional contest, however,
it is essential that there are boys
and girls in our community who
accept the Bible as an important
area of study."
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Community Calendar
APRIL 22
Hadassah Golda Meir
IFWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION TELETHON
APR"-23
Women's American ORT Palm Beach
TemDle Beth El Sisterhood
APRIL 24
B'nai B'rlth Women Medina -
Luncheon and Installation
Temple Beth El Rabbi Installation
APRIL 25
Labor Zionist Alliance- Board
Women's American ORT Palm Beach
B'nai B'rith Women Boynton Board
Women's American ORT North Palm
RP3Ctl
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION-TELETHON
APRIL 26
B'nai B'rith Women Medina
B'nai B'rith Women Tzedakah
B'nai B'rith Women Masada
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION-TELETHON
APRIL 27
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION-TELETHON
Pioneer Women Golda Meir Board
JEWISH FEDERATION BOARD
Temple Beth David Sisterhood
APRIL 28
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION-TELETHON
Workmen's Circle
American Jewish Congress Board
American Jewish Committee
Jewish Community Center -
Executive RnarH
APRIL 29
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION-TELETHON
APRIL 30
Hadassah Bat Gurion
Middle East Dinner
MAY 1
Hadassah Regional Conference
MAY 2
Temple Israel Sisterhood Board
Women's American ORT -
Royal Palm Beach Board
Congregation Anshei Sholom
Sisterhood Board
Jewish Family and Children's
Service- Executive
Hadassah Regional Conference
MAY 3
Temple Beth-El Sisterhood Board
Workmen's Circle Board
Hadassah Regional Conference
MAY 4
National Council Jewish Women
Jewish War Veterans
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Board
JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S
DIVISION EXECUTIVE BOARD
Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Women's American ORT -
Region Executive Committee
Jewish Community Center Board
MAY 5
Hadassah Chapter Board
Hadassah Rishona Board
Women's American ORT Evening
Independence Day Celebration
Continued from Page 1
in Canada: head of the Mission to
the Common Market in Brussels.
In 1968 he was annointed director
of the Division of UN Political
Affairs until his present appoint-
ment in 1975.
AREA RESIDENTS ACT
AS COORDINATORS
Rube Lefkowitz. chairman of '
the Steering Committee, has
organized the south county area.
Other area residents involved in
coordination of the event are
Arthur Herman. motorcade
chairman for south county: Sol
Zish. Moynlon Meach and Nat
Goldberg for Leisureville.
"One hundred percent support
of the Jewish population of Palm
Reach County is expected in the
turnout at the auditorium.'
Stated Alex Block of the Jewish
War Veterans.
Jewish life will continue and
thrive as a living force for
democracy and freedom here in
Palm BeBCh County." stated
Robert Rapaport, chairman of
the board of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. "The JCC is co-
ordinating the work for the inde-
pendence program, to reinforce
the unity ot America with Israel,
and to strengthen the Jewish
community so that it can l>e
effective in t hat mippnrt."
"The Jewish Federation of
I'alm Reach County has given
substantial support to this
project." staled Stanley B.
Rrenner, president of the
Federation.
"You don't have U) Im- Jewish
to want to help Israel survive in
very way but il helps.
I!vcrv American will want to join
I his day-long celebration as a
gesture of support for Israel, the
survival of Jewish life and for
freedom." he said.
Vivian Becker, executive di-
rector ill the Jewish Community
Center staled I hal, "In view <>l
JEW'SH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
n outstanding professiono/ counseling agency serving fhe Jewish
community cf Palm Beach County. Professional and confidential
^e/p ,s available for
Problems of the aging Marital counseling
Consultation and evaluation services Parent-child conflicts
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Private Offices: 2411 Okeechobee Blvd.
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'Ota fees are charged in family and individual counseling to
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e Jewish Family and Children's Service is a beneficiary agency of
"*'sh Federation of Palm Beach County
the precarious perch of the new
administration policies in the
Middle East, all those who value
freedom, democracy, progress
and stability, should exercise
their wisdom in support of Israel
by attending the May 1 event."
Tickets may be purchased by
contacting the Jewish Com-
munity Center or through
organization representatives.
Paul Wieseneck and Dr. Paul
Klein are cochairmen of the total
event and serve as spokesmen for
theRoardoftheJCC.
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An Invitation to
All Members of the
tic wish Faith
You are cordially invited to attend the official dedication of the only
monument in Palm Beach County erected in memory of the six million
martyred Jews.
CONDUCTED BY THE PALM BEACH COUNTY
RABBINICAL COUNCjL
WHEN: 2:00 P.M. SundayApril 24, 1977
WHERE: BETH-OLAM JEWISH GARDENS-Located in:
Palm Beach Memorial Park
3691 Seacrest Blvd.
Lantana, Florida
(585-6444)
Take I-95 to Exit No. 45 Hypoluxo Rd.
East one block to Seacrest Blvd.
Vi mile south
Enter through tall columns on west side
Please complete and mail coupon below
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Value over $1000.00
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Come Early-Refreshments Will Be Served!!!
Mail To: BETH-OLAM GARDENS
3691 Seacrest Blvd.
Lantana, Florida33462
Dear Sirs:
Please enter my name in your free drawing. I plan to attend the dedication.
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\LU1 Jewish Community Center Presents
Attention! Parents of Jewish
Teenagers Meeting: May 3,
Tuesday, 8 p.m. A gathering of
ideas and resources and chal-
lenges to the parents of Jewish
teenagers in Palm Beach County.
As this meeting will take place in
a private home, contact the JCC
office for more details. JCC
members and non-members
welcome.
Adult Activities:
Senior High Beginning
I'lpan: Monday and Friday 3:45-
5:45 p.m. Prepare now for your
trip to Israel. Achieve school
credits. Mime: Tuesdays 5:30-
6:30 p.m. Dramatic Improvisa-
tions Communication through
body language. Watercolor:
Mondays 8 to 10 p.m. Dance
Class: Thursday 8-10 p.m.
Young Singles (21-35):
Monthly meetings as announced.
Home parties, trips, speakers,
socials. Dance Class: Thursday,
8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mime: Tues-
days 5:30-6:30 p.m. Watercolor:
Mondays, 8 to 10 p.m. Beginning
Ulpan: Wednesday, 7-9 p.m.,
and Sunday 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Karate:Thursdays, 6-7:30 p.m.
Prime Time Singles (36-551:
Monthly meetings as announced.
Home parties, trips, speakers,
socials. Mime: Tuesdays 5:30-
6:30 p.m., Watercolor: Mondays
8-10 p.m. Ulpan: Wednesday. 7-9
p.m., and Sunday 5:30-7:30 p.m.
(Modern Hebrew Conversation).
Widowed to Widowed Work
shops: Every other Sunday as
announced. Speakers, dis-
cussions, films. socializing,
friendship. For those who have
suffered this kind of loss, the
JCC offers an opportunity for
rebuilding your life, and your
outlook on life. Levitt Memorial
Chapels makes this program
possible. This program is free to
JCC members and $2 per session
for non-members. Refreshments
are served.
Divorce Seminar: Tuesday,
May 17, 8 to 10 p.m. An at-
torney, a Rabbi and a social
worker will motivate a sharing
discussion on problems for those
who are entering into, in the
middle of. or trying to end a
divorce experience. Free to JCC
members. $5 for non-members.
Registration in advance. Call the
JCC.
Children's Activities:
Headlining the JCC offerings for
the Spring and Summer program
season for children is the Creative
and Performing Arts Program.
Lisa Rubin has been signed to do
arts and crafts, help with stage
scenery, make-up, costumes,
batik, needlecraft, woodwork,
clay work, fine art and copper
work. Rona Craddock, Florida
State Certified ECD teachers will
supervise the Pre-School Unit.
Rona will be assisted by Nancy
Keller, JCC staff member with an
M.A. in recreational therapy.
Sue Levi, whose skills in Hebrew
have motivated growing interest
in Ulpan at the JCC, will super-
vise the junior unit, grades 1-3,
and use the Hebrew language in
special games, songs, records
and music. Karate specialist
Jimmy Diaz will visit weekly to
enable the 4-6 graders the
discipline of this approach to self-
defense. Drama, music and dance
specialists will be hired in the
next few weeks. The YWCA will
be available for supervised swim
by "Rusty." Folk dancing, an
archaeok>gical dig. a Bible stork's
parade, and adventures in the
world of Jewish life through
stories and poems will be
featured in this cultural program.
Children will be supervised by
mature staff and inspired by
accomplished specialists in an all-
Jewish environment. Children
ages 3-12 can participate in the
program.
Teenagers ages 13-16 may
participate as helpers in the
program. Family JCC member-
ship is required on all levels of
participation. For teenagers,
however, some special socials,
trips and weekend treats are
planned. "Our lips are sealed,"
said Bea Keiser, chairman of
Teen Committee, along with
(iabriella Kuvin. The exact
nature of the Teen Treats will not
be spelled out until the program
is underway.
Registration is being taken
now for the five two-week
sessions starting June 13 and
ending Aug. 13. Only 60 children
will be accepted in any two-week
period. A deposit must be given
to insure a space. A coloring book
explaining all the details of the
program can be yours for the
calling.
New-On-Going Classes start
April 13. Mornings Moms and
Tots (Infants to age 4) began on
April 13. Baby sitting and pre-
school play available while moms
talk with experts in child de-
velopment, psychology and
women's awareness. All classes
are 10 weeks unless otherwise
indicated; Pre-School Enrich-
ment Program: Choose Monday,
Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday. Exposure to
rhythm and music, creative
water play, cooking, sewing,
crafts, cut and paste, (trades 1-3
Mondays; Hammer and Nail,
3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Learn to use
simple tools safely. Make
something useful Simple Sew,
3:46 to 4:45 p.m.. needle and
thread dexterity. Create your
own thing. Puppetry. 4:45-6:46
p.m.. create a stage and all the
players on it! Papier Machr.
4:45-5:45 p.m., with bits of
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materials free. Thursday; MiJ
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Tuesdays: Ballet. 3:45 to 4:45
p.m.; barwork. toe pointing and
looking beautiful. Tennis (five
weeks) 4 to 5 p.m. Good form on
the tennis courts and sportsman-
ship. Junior Mime 4-5 p.m., body
language taught by a master.
Hebrew Games 5-6 p.m. Learn a
living language by having fun!
Wednesday: Sing-a-long 3:45-
4:45 p.m.. sing with a group -
learn new songs. Circle Games
4:45-5:45 p.m., indoor and out-
door group play.
Thursdays: Arts and Crafts
4:45-5:45 p.m. Imagination in
multi-media. Pee Wee Karate
3:45-4:45 p.m. and 4:45-5:45
p.m., the art of self-defense.
Fridays: Shabbat Party 3:45-
6:46 p.m.
Grades 4-6: Monday: Needle-
point 3:45-4:45 p.m., a dexterity
challenge with color. Baseball
Clinic 3:45-4:45 p.m. Practice
throw and catch and play ball!
Decoupage 4:45-5:45 p.m.
Decorate anything with favorite
pictures. Hebrew Conversation
4:45-5:45 p.m., use of games and
songs as a pleasant learning tool.
Tuesday: Arts and Crafts 3:45-
4:46 p.m. Multi- media in-
novations. Tennis 6-6 p.m. (five
weeks). Skill on the courts and
good sportsmanship. Junior
Mime 4-5 p.m. Body language
and expression and |M>ise. Sing-a-
long 4:46-6:46 p.m.. classics.
Hebrew songs, modern tunes
Thursday: Pee Wee Karate I' 45
4:46 p.m. or 4:46-6:46 p.m.
Discipline through self
confidence in self-defense Art
with Colored Chalk 5:46-4:46
I), m. Social Dance lessons 1:45-
p.m.
credits. Mime-
Tuesdays 5:30-6:30 p m"
Dramatic improvisations, com-
munications through body
language. Watercolor: Monday,
8-10 cm. Dance Class: Thursday
holiday celebrations, card
parties, trips. Donation 50 cents
Sam Rubin, president.
Sunday for Seniors: Every
Sunday from 1 p.m. to sundown.
Cards, backgammon, dis-
cussions, speakers, films, friend-
ship. Join the JCC family when
you join the Sunday for Seniors
group. Transportation for dis-
advantaged senior adults is in
full swing. Seniors are being
transported to keep doctor and
hospital appointments, visits to
spouse in nursing homes, to
nutrition centers and to shop. To
be eligible. Seniors must be over
(K) years of age, have no alecs'.in
public transportation and live
within territorial limits (from
15th Street to Forest Mills
Boulevard).
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
Local Rabbis Aid Levitt Officials
In New Chapel Groundbreaking
I Groundbreaking ceremonies
1 ,he new Levitt Memorial
.1" were held on Friday.
T at 5411 Okeechobee
P west Palm Beach.
Presiding at the ceremony was
L president of the Palm Beach
fbbinical Association. Rabbi
P, a Forman, who is also the
Jbbi of the Palm Beach Temple
fnanu-El.
Vmong the dignitaries
Listing in the ceremony were
tabbi F.manuel Eisenberg of the
ai,e Worth Temple Beth
jholom, Rabbi Harry Schectman
[ the West Palm Beach
tongregation Anshei Sholom,
labbi Hvman Fishman of the
[aim Beach Gardens Temple
Lh David and administrator of
Shalom Memorial park and
Rabbi William Shapiro.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel,
president and administrator of
Levitt Memorial Chapels
together with Philip Weinstein'.
vice president and manager of the
new chapel, announced that the
building will be completed in
September.
Included in the building will be
a separate ritual room and a 300-
seat sanctuary.
Hosting a luncheon for all who
attended the groundbreaking.
Cantor Mandel and Weinstein
pledged continued service and
dedication to the Jewish com-
munity as exemplified by the
three other Levitt Chapels in
North Miami. Hollywood and
West Palm Beach.
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Emanuel Eisenberg, Rabbi Harry Schect-
man, Cantor Emanuel Mandel, Rabbi
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sportation. call our office and ask
for Fannie Simon.
The second session of the
Adult Kducation Classes have
started. Art Class: Monday 9:30
a.m.. Modern Topics Discussion
Group: Friday 11 a.m. Sunday
for Seniors: May 8. speaker Joel
Kreisky Party
Denounces Book
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by a Dutch journalist supporting
Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal in
his feud with Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky has been denounced by
Kreisky \s Social Democrat it-
Party as an "anti-Austrian
pamphlet" that mingles "the
author's opinion with fabrication
and facts."
The book, by Martin Van
Amerongen, was published here
under the title. "Kreisky and His
Unmastered Past." Its original
title was "Conspiracy Against
Simon Wiesenthal."
IT DEALS with the dispute
iK'lween Kreisky and Wiesenthal
over the Chancellor's support of
Friedrich Peter, leader of the
right-wing Freedom Party,
against charges by Wiesenthal
that he participated in war crimes
against .lews and others while a
member of the Nazi SS 1st
Infantry Brigade during World
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Thursday is Health Day at the
Senior Center. A new series
Consult Your Docotrs will start
on April 21 at 1 p.m. On April 21:
Dr. Jerome J. Rubin D.D.S.
"Dental Care in the Later
Years." April 28: Dr. Howard
Sabarra, urologist, "General
Health Care for the Aging."
These sessions will continue
during the month of May.
The Passover open house,
hosted by the Second Tuesday of
the Month Club, had 30 to 75
(H-rsons attending every one of
the three days it took place. Co-
operating organizations provided
refreshments, a set table, and
men and women to act as hosts
and hostesses for the day.
National Council of Jewish
Women. Okeechobee Chapter,
Yovel Hadassah, Labor Zionist
Alliance and the Second Tuesday
of the Month Club hosted Pass-
over Week Festivities. On April
f>. in addition to the ladies from
the Okeechobee Chapter of
NCJW. the Fun and Folk Dance
Group of Boynton Reach, led by
Billy Ghetto, performed. On
Thursday the Labor Zionist
Alliance Music Group presented
a musical program. April 8, a
special Passover service was held
with Roy Levi, 9 years old, con-
ducting.
The Second Tuesday of the
Month Club will meet on May 10.
Discussion on Volunteerism with
Barbara Hurst, director of the
KSVP.
Activity for the Visually
Handicapped. A new group
which will focus on helping sight-
less or partially-sighted persons
to help themselves. Trans-
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It;.ion. on March 'SI Cordon.
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on March 'JSt Hlasberg.
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portation will be provided by the
Senior Centers new van. For
more information call Herman
Herling or Joel Levine at the
JCC. For special help or in-
formation, call Information and
Referral Worker Fannie Simon at
the Center from 9 to 5 p. m.
Trips for everyone Especially
for the teenagers: The JCC has
arranged with the American
Zionist Youth Foundation to take
U-enagers aged 15-18 on an Israel
Summer Happening. Details are
available in a brochure. JCC
membership is required. The cost
is $1,200. All teenagers from
South Florida will travel
together. A meaningful summer
experience.
Save it! Memorial Day
Weekend for JCC. Friday.
May 27 to Monday. May 30.
A theater vacation weekend in
Sarasota; including the Asolo
Repertory Theatre. Booms are
limited so call Fran Witt now at
the JCC and send $50 as a
deposit to reserve. Cost depends
upon number of persons in a
mom, location, etc. No reser-
vations will lie accepted after
May 10.
The Chai Club of the JCC
Ixiasls more than KM) members.
Sporiul kinds of activities will In-
offered to help this large group
get acquainted with each other.
F.sther and Joe Molat arc chair-
persons of the Chai Club. All
Chai checks must l>e turned into
Ivslhcr and Joe who are available
daily at the JCC or at their home
in Century Village. They arc
waiting for you.
On Tuesday. May 17, at noon,
there will be a Chai Club Bar-
becue Lunch at the JCC. Special
entertainment will be provided as
u motivation to bring friends
together. All ('hai mam bam and
JCC Senior Adult mcini>ers are
invited. Call the JCC office so
that we may expect you.
Admission is by a JCC mcml>er-
shipcard only.
Nova University Law Center
AND THE BROWARD COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
Presents A Symposium
"EMERGING ROLE OF WOMEN AND THE LAW"
Dr. Susan B. Anthony-"Women: Out of Subjection"
Judge Elizabeth Athanasakos-". .To Form A More Perfect Union"
Dr. Florence Eadie-"The Legal Status of Women in Latin America"
Carol Crosswell-'The Legal Status of Women
In Europe & The USSR"
Bahia Mar Hotel Advance Registration $25 Make check payable to:
Fort Lauderdale Nova University Symposium-Mail to P.O. Box
Luncheon Served 60-09 North Miami, 33160
Door Registration Possible $35
May 12,1977 Programs begins promptly 9:00 AM
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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beach County
Fridav
Bessie Friedman
U.S.A.
A viva Ben Yehuda
Israel
They have a lot in common.
They both need our help.
Aviva and Bessie live six thousand miles apart.
But both know the problems of growing old...
loneliness, fear and illness.
Wherever there are Jews in need
in the big cities of New York, Los Angeles,
or remote villages of Israel,
it's up to us to bring relief.
To rescue, to heal and strengthen.
re no boundaries on the man of hi im^i
We Are One
One in Mind One in Spirit One in Purpose
COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL-ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
2415 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida 33409 Telephone: 689-5900


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