Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

Notes

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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University of Florida
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of Palm Beach County
Cirttwlwi "OUR YOKE" ami "FED!RATION REPORTER"
m conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beech Cowrty
Volume 5 Number 23
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, November 16,1979
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Price 35 Cents
South County Forms
New Federation
At the recent board meeting of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, approval was
given to the request by the South
County leadership to establish a
separate Federation to serve the
areas of Boca Raton, Delray
'Beach and Highland Beach.
James B. Baer has been ap-
pointed interim president of the
South County Jewish Federation
until Nov. 26, when a South
County community meeting will
be held to elect new officers and
board members.
A separate 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign will be launched
through the South County
Federation. All pledges to the
1980 campaign frc.i residents of
Highland Beach, Delray Beach
and Boca Raton will be made
payable to the South County
Jewish Federation. Rabbi Bruce
Warshal will be the executive
director of the new Federation,
and Helene Eichler wilf serve as
executive director.
Local services, including the
Jewish Family & Children's
Service and the Jewish Com-
munity Day School, will continue
to serve the South County area
under the joint auspices of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County and the South County
Jewish Federation.
The first membership meeting
of the newly formed South
County Jewish Federation will
take place on Monday, Nov. 26,
7:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn,
2809 So. Ocean Blvd. Highland
Beach. The agenda for the
meeting will include an initial
report on the new Federation, a
campaign update and election.
Dessert and coffee will be served
after the meeting.
For information and reser-
vations, contact the South
County Jewish Federation office.
1980s Decade of Decision
Brenda Shapiro to Open
Jewish Women's Assembly
Brenda Bernstein Shapiro,
director of the Florida area for
the American Jewish Committee,
will discuss "A Woman's Agenda
for the 1980's," at the opening
session of the first annual Jewish
Women's Assembly, sponsored
by the Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. The program will be held
on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the
Breakers in Palm Beach.
One of Ms. Shapiro's major
topics for discussion will be the
"Woman Volunteer," which she
refers to as "the endangered
species."
"The Labor Department
projects that upwards of 75
percent of all women are going to
enter the labor force in the
1980s," Stated Ms. Shapiro.
"We have to ask ourselves, how
is this going to affect tb woman
volunteer?"
SHAPIRO feels that it
Clark Names Lawyer
To Canadian Senate
TORONTO (JTA) Nathan Nurgetz, a 43-year-
old Winnipeg lawyer, has been appointed to the Canadian
Senate by Prime Minister Joe Clark. He was formerly
president of the Progressive Conservative Association of
Canada.
This appointment makes Nurgetz the sixth Jewish
Senator. The others are Davic Croll, Carl Goldenberg,
Sidney Buckwold, Jack Austin and Jack Marshall.
fallacy to believe that a working
woman does not have time to
serve as a volunteer, however her
goals and expectations towards
volunteer work are changing. A
woman with a limited amount of
spare time" will be seeking to
join an organization to perform a
specific task, as opposed to
joining First and then deciding
what she can do.
"Recruiting members for
organizations will take on a new
is a dimension in the 1980's.
REMINDER
The Israel-Mid East Task Force of the Community Relations
Council is sponsoring its Third Annual Mid-East Conference on
Sunday, Nov. 18, 7:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Inn, 1901 Palm
Beach Lakes Boulevard, West Palm Beach.
Keynote speakers for the event will be Jacob Stein, past
president of the Conference of Presidents of Major American
Jewish Organizations and Leonard J. Davis, director of in-
formation of the American Israel PubbV Affairs Committee. Call
Federation for reservations.
Brenda Shapiro
Membership applications will be
like job applications, asking the
applicant to identify specific
skills. The Jewish woman's time
must be used well and wisely.
Women in the '80'a will be lees
likely to join an organization for
social contacts and more likely to
seek volunteerism for fulfilling
commitment to a specific
ideology. This is what I see as a
challenge for the women's
organizations in the 1980's."
Brenda Shapiro is a graduate
of the University of Miami, where
she received a bachelor of arts
degree in human relations. She
presently serves as a consultant
for the Family Life Education
program and the PRIDE
program for the Dade County
Public School System.
Ms. Shapiro is a board member
of the Center for Dialog, the Dade
County Committee on Family
Life Education and Human
Sexuality, and the Women's
Hemispheric Congress. She also
serves on the Dade-Monroe
Mental Health Board and the
Panel of American Women.
For information on the Jewish
Women's Assembly, contact the
Women's Division office at the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
An Open Letter
New Federation Formed
Dear Friends,
I am pleased to announce the
formation of a new South County
Jewish Federation to serve the
areas of Boca Raton, Delray
Beach and Highland Beach.
In response to the community
leadership in South County, the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, together with the new
Federation, has seized this op-
portunity to embark on a county-
wide plan to provide the
programs and services necessary
to assure the continued
development of our area, which is
becoming one of the outstanding
Jewish communities in the
United States. This new
dimension represents an op-
portunity to better involve and
service the greatest number of
Jewis within the geographic
boundaries of Palm Beach
County.
In meetings between the leadership of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County and the new South County Jewish
Federation, the beginnings of exciting new plans evolved so as
to provide joint planning between the two Federations in order
to avoid duplication of services. This spirit of cooperation will
certainly be demonstrated in the joint participation of the two
communities in the planning, development and operation of the
iirojected nursing home facility. Arrangements are being made
or the publication of a South County edition of The Jewish
Floridian which will print its first edition in December.
I would like to personally thank the leadership of South
County for recognizing the opportunity in this area, and for
accepting the responsibility in providing that community with
identity while recognizing its obligation in meeting the needs of
world-wide Jewry.
On behalf of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County I would like to
extend a hearty Mazel Tov to the South County leadership, and
assure them that our Federation is ready and available to assist
in any way possible in helping them to achieve their goals.
Sincerely,
ALAN L. SHULMAN
Alan Shulman
Sperber to Head
Mercantile Division
Robert S. Levy, General
Campaign Chairman, has an-
nounced the appointment of
Morris W. Sperber to head the
Mercantile Division of the
combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign.
The major event for the
division will be a cocktail party at
Le Petite Marmite, Palm Beach,
on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m.
"I am delighted that Morrie
Sperber has accepted this im-
portant position. The Mercantile
Division has historically been the
backbone of the Jewish com-
munity. With the population
growth in this area, we are
hopeful it will once again resume
a leadership role," said Levy.
Sperber, a prominent mer-
chant, recently returned from a
fact-finding mission to Israel
where he observed first-hand the
needs of the people.
In accepting this position,
Sperber stated, "The courage and
determination of the people of
Israel to absorb the cost of peace
at a tremendous personal
Morris Sperber
sacrifice give us the deter-
mination to supply whatever help
we can. I am confident that the
business community will respond
positively."
Serving on the Mercantile
Division Committee with Sperber
Elliott Argintar, Jeff Korn-
are
Fred
hauser, Jack Perlman,
Raphael and Neil Waltzer.
Reservations may be made by
calling Jay Epstein at 832-2120.



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With the
Organizations
HAD ASS AH
Tamar Hadassah's Study
Group, led by Ruth Streiner, will
meet again on Monday, Nov. 26,
at 10 a.m. at Barbara Back's
ho mi Call her for further in-
formation.
Tamar "s November meeting
will be held on Nov. 19 and will
take the form of a Paid-Up
Membership Luncheon at the Inn
in Royal Palm Beach. Call Molly
Arkans for reservations.
Esther Glickman, coloratura
soprano, will be featured in
recital at the Flagler Museum on
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m. A
reception will follow the concert.
Call Barbara Back for reser-
vations.
Activities coming up in
December: Israel Bond Luncheon
at the Breakers on Dec. 19, Youth
Aliyah Luncheon at the Poin-
ciana Club on Dec. 20, and Tamar
Youth Activity Meeting on Dec.
24. --------
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will meet on Tuesday,
Nov. 20, at 1 p.m. in the
clubhouse at Lakeside Village,
Lillian Rd. west of Congress
Avenue in Palm Springs. This
will be a special Thanksgiving
program.
The Henrietta Szold Group is
having a luncheon and card party
on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 11:30
a.m. at the Dragon Inn of Lake
Worth. For reservations, contact
RoseGilbey.
Keep Jan. 27, 1980 open. The
group is going to Musicana
Supper Club in West Palm
Beach. ______
Shirley Greenberg, president of
Aliyah Group of Hadassah,
announced today that there will
be a regular meeting at Temple
Beth Sholom 315 North A Street,
Lake Worth, at 1 p.m., Nov. 29.
Yovel is actively participating
in the Annual Thanksgiving
Weekend at the Algiers (kosher)
Hotel in Miami. Call Lee
Goldberg or Bessie Hoffman for
reservations. Event is Nov. 22 to
Nov. 25.
Members who intend to take
part in the West Palm Chapter
Bazaar, to be held at the West
Palm Beach Auditorium on Dec.
1 3, should contact Reba Strauss to
reserve space, or for information.
Merchandise is needed for sale.
The Study Group meeting will
be held on Thursday, Nov. 29
from 10 a.m. to noon at the home
of Sybil Senecoff, Chatham G
137. The subject under discussion
will be "Jews in America."
Yovel Group of Hadassah will
take part in the Federation
Women's Assembly to be held on
Nov. 28 at the Breakers Hotel.
Make your reservations with
Sybil Senecoff.
Yovel is planning a theater
party at the Royal Palm Dinner
Theater, for the Wednesday
matinee, Dec. 5. The musical,
"Mame" will be presented with a
buffet luncheon. Proceeds for
Hadassah Israel Education
Services. Chairpersons are
Esther Colon and Rose Hershler.
Limited reservations.
Mideast Conference will be
"held on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at
the Sheraton on Palm Beach
Lakes Blvd. Coffee and Danish
will be served. All are welcome.
Shalom Group will participate
in the annual Bazaar & White
Elephant Sale, sponsored by
West Palm Beach Chapter of
Hadassah on Monday, Dec. 3, 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., at Palm Beach
Auditorium. Volunteers are
needed, as well as donations of
salable items. For information,
call Shalom chairpersons Goodie
Levin or Lillian Abramson
Chai Hadassah will hold a
paid-up membership luncheon on
Thursday, Nov. 29 at 12:30 p.m.
at the Challenger Country Club,
Poinciana Place, Lake Worth.
Ann Greenberg, program
chairman, has arranged for a
musical program to be presented
by Marjorie and Gene Talamo.
Mrs. Talamo was the leading
soprano of the New York City
Center Opera and the West-
chester County Opera Guild.
Talamo, a tenor, was the general
manager of the Westchester
County Opera Guild. The ac-
companist will be Celia Epstein,
concert pianist.
PIONEER WOMEN
Pioneer Women are holding
their first historic convention in
Jerusalem. It is the largest
Pioneer Women convention ever
to be held in Israel at one time.
Hannah Schwartz, president of
the Theodore Herzl Club is in
attendance.
The regular meeting of
Theodore Herri Club will be Nov.
20, at 1 p.m. at Home Federal
Savings & Loan, 7700 S. Dixie
Hy., Lake Worth. The program
features dramatic readings and
comedy skits by "The Per-
formersBNAIBRITH
B'nai B'rith Lodge No. 3041 of
Palm Beach, (Lt. Col. Netanyahu
Lodge), will hold their next
meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 8
p.m., at the Holiday Inn, 2830
So. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach.
Guest speaker will be Oscar
Goldstein on the subject, "A
Dream in Danger."
Goldstein is: leadership
development vice president,
District No. 5, leadership
development Fla. State Assoc;
Vice President, North Breward
Palm Beach Council; on the
board of governors, District No.
5.
Paul Kram, B'nai B'rith in-
surance coordinator, District
Five, will be present to answer
questions on insurance needs.
For further information about
this program or a special
membership offer, phone Sidney
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meeting, Monday, Nov. 26, at the
Country Squire Inn, 7859 Lake
Worth Road, Lake Worth, at 1
p.m.
Frances Gomel, president,
invites all members, friends and
neighbors to attend this Jewish
Book Month review.
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
On Nov. 20, Yiddish Culture
Group presents Dr. Sanford
Kuven, who recently returned
from Israel. Dr. Kuven will give a
first hand report on Israel and a
report on the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
Esther Glickman, soprano, will
sing, accompanied by Ceil
Epstein on piano.
The Nov. 27 program of
Yiddish Culture will feature Ann
March, soprano, Jack Zucker-
man. baritone, Ruth Hyde on the
piano and Lee Duchin as narrator
in a musical tribute to Golda
Meir. Sam Finkenthal will play
background music on the violin.
Jesse Fuchs will speak on
"What's going on in Israel today
and in the Jewish world. John
Fine will play the mini-flute,
accompanied by Ethel Philips on
Ihe piano.
JEWISH WAR
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Veterans, will meet on Monday,
Dec. 3. at 12:30 p.m. at Carvel's
Century Corners
Sharon I'arris. a representative
of Mary Kay Cosmetics, will hold
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The B'nai B'rith Men's Chapter of North Palm Beach recently
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Wanuch, M.D., acting president; Jach Glich, Southern Regional
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, November 16,1979
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Volumes Number 23
An Award to Col. Qaddafi
A Black studies program at Washington State
University has managed to reach all the way
overseas and to present an award to Libya's Col.
Qaddafi.
Even in the legerdemain of Araby, the Colonel is
considered a nut a dangerous nut without peer in
that part of the world now that Uganda's Idi Aroin
Dada is gone from the scene.
We will watch with interest to see just how
members of the American Black community respond
to the WSU Black studies program award. It will say
something about just where the community is going.
If the 1960*s in the U.S. was a period marked by
Black revolution, the final days of 1979 will be
recorded in our history as the year that American
Blacks came of political age when Blacks finally
said that they are as entitled as anyone else to voice
their views not just on domestic concerns, but on
foreign affairs as well.
Surely, they have that right. But does the furor
they have made since the resignation of Andrew
Young as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
mean they have gone from a period of revolution into
the mainstream?
Or into an enthusiastic but muddled ex-
perimentation with revolution and terrorism abroad?
What Blacks have always wanted, and always
deserved by their own testaments, was an assist into
the upward mobility of middle class America. But
giving an award to Col. Qaddafi hardly exemplifies
that. For this reason, we shall be watching.
A Shoddy Double Bill
Liberal Pariy leader Pierre Trudeau, who lost the
election to Joe Clark, has been trying to make
political hay out of the situation. Trudeau doesn't
want to move Canada's Embassy, to Jerusalem, but
believes that Clark's promise shows his lack of
knowledge about foreign affairs.
But Trudeau has also been behaving rather
shoddily of late. He said in an interview with a
Toronto newspaper that Canadian Jews might be
encouraging anti-Semitism by their pressure for the
Embassy move and for anti-boycott legislation.
Trudeau's remarks can be seen as nothing less than a
threat to the Jewish community.
Views on Women's Assembly |
"A great move, a chance to get to
know what's going on and to
know the other women involved."
Sylvia Beck, president
Henrietta Szold Hadassah
"A giant step for the Palm
Beaches! We must become a
Jewish community rather than a
community of Jews."
Zelda Pincourt Spielman,
president
Jewish Community Center
"The Jewish Women's As-
sembly, sponsored by the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, is a unique and exciting
community educational ex-
perience. It will surely raise the
consciousness of the participants
about the concerns, problems and
potent ial of our Jewish people
and our Jewish community.
What you are doing this day is
what we strive to do every day
with our students of the JCDS.
Tashei Kochachen. May your
efforts be strengthened and
crowned with success."
Barry Krischer, president
Jewish Community Day School
Mordecai Levow, director
We at the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, concerned
essentially with strengthening
Jewish family life, welcome the
opportunity to attend the Jewish
Women's Assembly to talk with
others working in behald of the
Jewish community, to listen to
experts on vital Jewish topics,
and to share our ideas so that
together we can be more ef-
fective."
Rose Schwartz, president
Jewish Family *
Children's Service
The whole women's community
should get behind the Jewish
Federation in this event and
support the event, because in this
time of crisis, we should all be
counted as Jews. Speaking for
the NCJW, the Jewish family
and Israel are most imnortant."
Gertrude Pesacov, president
National Council of
Jewish Women
Palm Beach Unit
'A marvelous idea it's time
all the Jewish organizations get
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should all be working together.
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we all understand and work as
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Betty Jacket, president
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in particular that women should
gut together and be aware of
what is going on in the
community.Personally, I feel it is
important to be involved."
Sally Rudnick, president
Pioneer Women
"A rare opportunity for Jewish
women to get together to express
their concern for continuation of
their Jewish identity and insure a
place for their children in the
world."
Barbara Chane, president
Temple Israel Sisterhood
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Friday, November 16,1979
Letter to the Editor
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
A new situation is being
^ created in the Mideast with the
Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and
I" the inevitable end of Israeli rule
over Palestinian Arabs. But U.S.
policy makers seem to be ob-
sessed with minor details of the
old conflicts, rather than being
prepared for new challenges and
new dangers.
The real Palestinian problem is
who will rule over the
Palestinians after Israeli with-
drawal, not the details of the
withdrawal. The real danger is
that Palestine can become
another Czechoslovakia, ruled
from Moscow with PLO puppets
and Cuban troops if necessary,
with the ultimate aim of
conquering the Arab oil fields by
a combination of subversion,
revolution and direct military
aggression.
The Palestinian challenge to
the U.S. is to repeat the successes
in West Germany and Japan
after World War II, where viable
and stable democratic govern-
ments were allowed to develop.
This can only be done by giving
the Palestinian people time to
find and choose their own leaders
and not imposing externally
chosen leaders upon them. The
PLO has been chosen by external
forces, trained and developed on
external soil, and is not the free
choice of the Palestinian people.
The U.S. must not talk to the
PLO until the PLO has laid down
its arms and demonstrated that it
has the support of the Palestinian
people in a free election, where
opposition candidates are free to
campaign without threats of
violence or assassination.
The stated U.S. policy of
recognizing the PLO if it, in turn,
will recognize the existence of
Israel and accept UN Resolution
242 is ubsurd. So is the search for
"moderate elements" in the PLO.
The moderate government of
Czechoslovakia after World War
11 was toppled by a Communist
coup while the U.S. stood by
helplessly. The stakes in the
Mideast are high, and the Soviets
are certainly prepared to subvert
and destroy any pro-American
Palestinian state which does not
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Germany and Japan had after
World War II. Any Palestinian
leadership which has the real free
support of the Palestinian people
must be recognized as such by
the U.S. regardless of what they
say about Israel and the UN. But
a Soviet puppet PLO should not
be able to buy U.S. support by
recognizing Israel and accepting
242.
Freedom, independence and
self-determination for the Pales-
tinian people must be defined
realistically, and not by the
mythology accepted in the
U.S.: Czechoslovakia and Poland
are not free and independent
states; California and New York
are, even though the UN says the
opposite. A Palestinian state
with the false freedom of Czech-
oslovakia is in the interest of
neither the Palestinian people nor
the United States. But a Pales-
tinian state united in a federation
with some of its neighbors, such
as Jordan, could have Che real
freedom of the states of New
York and California. The Pales-
tinian people do not need their
own private army, private UN
delegation and embassies all over
the world any more than the
people of New York and
California.
The people of New York and
California have the rieht to
choose their own leaders freely
without terror or intimidation.
The Palestinian people today do
not have this right. Any
Palestinian who openly
challenges the PLO is threatened
with assassination. The U.S. role
in the autonomy talks with
Egypt and Israel must be to
encourage Palestinian par-
ticipation in an atmosphere
where opposition and dissent are
tolerated and even encouraged.
This must be backed up by a
strong statement that the U.S.
insists that the Palestinian
leadership be chosen by ballots,
not bullets.
HARRY J. LIPKIN
Argonne, ID.
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On Nov. 18, main guest:
author and humorist Herbert
Tarr, author of Conversion of
Chaplain Cohen; Heaven Help
Us and So Help Me G-d.
On Nov. 25, main guest: Actor
Lou Jacobi, co-star of the new
movie "The Magician of Lublin"
written by Isaac Bashevis
Singer.
Upcoming Program: Meeting
with former Israeli Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
- JF&CS Leaders in Montreal
Linda Budin K alnitsky and Philip Soskis, members of the board
of the Jewish Family & Children's Service of Palm Beach County and
the national board of directors of the Association of Jewish Family
and Children's Agencies, are shown together at a planning meeting of
the Program Committee that met in New York City to arrange for the
8th Annual Conference of the Association of the Jewish Family and
Children's Agencies held in Montreal, Nov. 12-15.
Soskis, winter resident of the Palm Beaches, is the treasurer of
the Association, and Linda Budin Kalnitsky holds a position on the
national board.
In addition, Kalnitsky and Lee Kalik, executive director of the
Jewish Family & Children's Service of Kansas City, -Mo., Inc., con-
ducted an orientation session for first time delegates to the Montreal
conference.
The Association is a national service organization established in
1972 to help enhance the Jewish dimension of services to the Jewish
Family & Children's and Refugee settlement agencies in Canada and
the United States. The local JF&CS is one of 98 member agencies
receiving guidance and direction through conferences, special purpose
meetings and a const int exchange of experience.
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Jewish Community Center Presents
PRESCHOOL
Judy Devore, director of the
Jewish Community Center's Pre-
school, welcomes back Debre
Preiss, teacher of the 2 '/t -year-
olds. Debby has been with the'
JCC Pre-School since its in-
ception and gives the youngest
group a solid foundation for
learning and socialization.
NO-SCHOOL
HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES
Parents should mark their
calendars now. There will be a
special No School Holiday
program Nov. 23. A
Thanksgiving Party is planned
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cook
yourown lunch, arts and crafts,
sports, karate, dramatics and
presentation. Children meet at
the Center for all programs.
AFTER-SCHOOL CARE
Children of members of the
Jewish Community Center may
join in on the fun each afternoon
from 2 to 6 p.m. Susan Lerner,
group leader, has kept Scott
Frankel, Dara and David Genoe,
Chad Murray, Paul Rivas, Louis
Shapiro, Pamela Sherman, Eric
and Tricia Slomowitz very busy
with arts and craft and sports
activities.
AFTER-SCHOOL CLASSES
Red, Yellow, Blue and Glue
meets each Monday at 4 p.m.
Young artists Mitchell Cohen
and Joshua Hudson are learning
to enjoy the art of collage.
Look for the "command
performance" of ballerinas from
the Center's Ballet classes. Sun.
Dec. 9 Jill and Nikki Ravitz, Beth
Hoffman, Miriam Hudson, Erika
Berry, Tara Lewis and Dara
Genoe will be on stage. Each
week a different sport is learned
in Sports World. Joshua
Weingard, Chris Coffman,
Michael Gordon and Jonathan
Davidoff loved the field hockey
game they played last week.
Chad Murray and David Genoe
have selected jogging as their
favorite. Sports World meets
each Wednesday from 4 to 5 p.m.
Nancy Sabarra and Scott Frankel
are enjoying Abracadabra class,
Wednesdays 5 to 6 p.m. Magician
Kit-hard Adler has been showing
his students that the "hand is
quicker than the eye."
SPECIAL
Come to the "Nutcracker"
Dec. 29 at the West Palm Beach
Auditorium Meet at the Center at
7 p.m. Send your check in today
since tickets are limited.
NEW
SPORTS HAPPENINGS
Karate: New addition to the
sports family is Vincent Panetta,
first degree Black Belt, member
of Korean Tae Kwon Do
Federation. Vinnie is with
Juniors on Thursday at 4 p.m.,
Teens on Monday and Thursdays
6 to 7 p.m. Also Adults are in-
and
vited to join Monday
Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
New Events: Now that the new
ping pong table has arrived along
with scooters, hockey equipment
and many balls and games, the
JCC is on its way to a sports and
game room.
Any questions or suggestions,
call Francine Krawitz at the
Jewish Community Center,
Monday through Friday after 3
p.m.
Club 5,6: This new club for
fifth and sixth graders meets
every Monday from 7 to 8:30
p.m. for crafts, rocketry, cooking,
drama, plus specials. There are
only a limited number of spaces
k-fl. Register now.
Teens: More new activities are
always being planned. This group
meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 p.m.
Tweens: All are welcomed in
this group that meets every
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Contact Joel Levine at the Center
for further information.
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Chairpersons, Dr. Paul Klein
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the Third Annual Chanukah
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Israel who has been hailed on
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Friday, November 16; 1979
_TheJ*wish Floridian of Palm BeapKCaynty
Page 7
Kotter," also will be presented,
on Saturday, Def. 15, at 8 p.m. at
the Royal Poinciana Playhouse in
Palm Beach.
Tickets are available now at
the Center. Patron seats will
include a champagne reception on
stage with the performers at the
conclusion of the program. For
further information, contact the
Center and ask for Fran Witt.
SPECIAL CHANUKAH
FAMILY JAMBOREE
This will spotlight Family
Day, Sunday, Dec. 9 from 3 to 6
p.m. at the Jewish Community
Center of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Featured will be a "command
performance" by the JCC
Children's Ballet Theatre. There
will be special events such as
relay races, father-son basketball
and much more. An old fashioned
Chanukah General Store will be
open with gifts for the holidays.
Chanukah arts and crafts
projects will be on hand. Latkes,
hot dogs, potato chips and soda
will be available for purchase. For
further information, contact Lisa
Rubin or Ken Bolinsky.
CULTURAL ARTS
Not enough amateur theater in
Community Calendar
N0V16
Women's American ORT ORT Sabbath
MOV-17
Hadassah Bat Gurion
8p.m.
NOV-It
Temple Beth Shalom Men's Club American Jewish Committee
(Breakers) 4:30-6:30 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION CRC MID-
EAST conference (Sheraton Inn) 7:30 p. m.
NOV 19
Hadassah Tikvah 1 p.m. Temple Israel Sisterhood Noon
Jewish Family & Children's Service Board 7:30 p.m. Hadassah -
Shalom 7 p.m.
NOV-20
Temple Israel Board 8 p.m. Temple Beth-El Sisterhood Paid-up
Membership 8 p.m. Women's American ORT Golden Lakes 1
p.m. Hadassah Henrietta Szold 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Chapter
3041 8 p.m. Congregation Anshei Shalom Sisterhood 1 p.m.
Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl Paid-up Membership Luncheon
Temple Beth David Board 8 p.m.
NOV 21
Temple Beth Sholom board 10 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION
WOMEN'S DIVISION BOARD MEETING 7:30 p.m. Temple Emanu-EI
Luncheon Noon Women's American ORT Palm Beach County
Region 9:30 a.m. JEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION
FXECUTIVE MEETING 11:45 a.m.
NOV"22
THANKSGIVING Hadassah Shalom, Yovel, Tikvah and West Palm
Beach, through 11/25 Algiers, Miami Beach Hadassah Aliyah
through 1 1 / 25 / 79 Deauville, Miami Beach
NOV"23
Women's American ORT Evening gift wrapping through 1 2 / 24
NOV 25
Temple Beth El Cantorial Festival 7:30 p.m.
NOV-26
Women's American ORT Poinciana
Women Golda Meir board 1 p.m.
- 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
NOV-27
United Jewish Appeal National Women's Division Money
MANAGEMENT Seminar 10 a.m. Women's ORT Lake Worth 1
p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom 1 p.m.
NOV-28
JEWISH FEDERATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 8 p.m. Temple Beth
David Sisterhood Luncheon Fashion Show Noon JEWISH
FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION JEWISH WOMEN'S ASSEMBLY 9-
2
NOV-29
National UJA Women's Division Campaign Cobinet Meeting -
Amer.can Jewish Comm'.ttee 8 p.m. Hadassah Choi Mem-
uerslupMusicale Noon Hadassah Aliya 1 p.m. Congregation
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood Card Party Hadassah Yovel study
group
West Palm Beach? The Jewish
Community Center comes to the"
rescue with StudioVTheater
Workshop. A growth-oriented
theater concept, StudioV.Theater
Workshop will offer two new
theater arts organizations in the
community: Ensemble, a per-
formance group drawn from the
workshop, and Childsplay, a
children's theater troupe.
Studio Theater Workshop will
be open to all persons between
the ages of 15-55. The
preliminary date for the
organizational meeting is
Sunday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. Contact
Ken Bolinsky at the Jewish
Community Center for further
information.
SENIOR NEWS
Transportation is available
from the Jewish Community
Center-Comprehensive Senior
Service Center through Gulf-
stream Areawide Council on
Aging, within a designated area
for seniors 60 years or older. Call
the Center at 689-7703 for in-
formation.
NEW CLASSES
Consumers Be Aware Louis
Levine, retired attorney is at the
CSSC every third Monday
discussing all phases of con-
sumerism. Next session: Nov. 19
from 10-noon.
New Dimensions The
Institute of New Dimensions
from Palm Beach Junior College
holds a monthly program at the
JCC. Opening session for 1979-80
will be held on Nov. 20 from 1-3
p.m. Guest speaker: Freda
Majzlin, "Understanding
Painting."
Literary Circle Qou Mass
will present poetry for four
sessions beginning on Nov. 27
from 10-noon. Mass has con-
ducted readings for various
organizations and institutions.
Persons who write poetry and
love original poems are invited as
well as people who wish to
participate in readings. First
session open to all. Other
sessions will be held on Dec. 4,11
and 18.
Book Review Sylvia Lewis,
director of Palm Beach County
office of Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith, will present a
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Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 1:30-3
p.m. Everyone is invited.
AAA Art Appreciation for
Adults The National Council
of Jewish Women is presenting
an art appreciation series at the
JCC every fourt Thursday of the
month. Martha Nadelman,
chairperson, has arranged to
have leaders in the field of art
lead the program each month.
Great masterpieces and other
works of art will be studied. Next
session: Nov. 29 from 1:30-3:30
p.m. Guest speaker: A. Sander.
Interpretations: A Theater
Arts Workshop A series of 10
workshop-oriented sessions
designed to improve the in-
dividual's mastery of the ex-
pressive facets of the theater.
First session: Friday, Nov. 30
from 10 a.m.-noon. Supervisor,
Ken Bolinsky, is the JCC cultural
arts supervisor.
. JCC Through Movement
The JCC, AS PART OF AN
EXTENSION PROGRAM, IS
SPONSORING THE FIRST
DANCE CLASSES BASED ON
THE CONCEPT AND PRIN-
CIPALS OF "dance therapy" to
be given in Palm Beach County.
The classes are being held on
Thursdays at the Poinciana Place
Clubhouse and are given by a
licensed therapist, Celia Golden.
Classes are limited to 15 people
and are spread over an eight week
session.
. Artist of the Month Esther
Molat, chairperson, announces
Ebbe Ebbesen will display his
paintings at the Center for the
month of November. Ebbesen
was on the editorial staff of
Newsweek before retiring and
moving to Florida. His specialty
is painting reproductions of
street scene in New York at the
turn of the century. The Center is
open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday
- Friday. Stop by and view his
works.
SENIOR NEWS
TRIPS
Dec. 31 -New Year's Eve: Join
us on the Jungle Queen. The bus
will leave the Westgate of
Century Village at approximately
4:45 pjn. P'he. trip includes
dinner, entertainment and boat
cruise. There are still seats
available. Call Sam Rubin or the
Center.
Wednesday, Jan. 16, 1980:
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
The bus will be leaving at 10 a.m.
and return at 5 p.m. Trip includes
tour, bus transportation lunch
is on your own on the grounds of
Vizcaya. Call Rubin or the Center
(or reservations or information.
Sarasota, Feb. 19 and 20,1980:
You say you want a boat cruise?
You want to see antiques? You
want to go to Cypress Gradens?
I lave we got a "deal"* for you! We
will be leaving at 8:30 a.m. on the
19lh and arrive home on the 20th
at approximately 7 p.m. Trips
includes: Bus transportation,
boat cruise, two tours at Bellm
Cars and Music of Yesterday,
AJmission to Cypress Gardens
and water show, and one night at
the Winterhaven Quality Inn
Motel across form Cypress
Gardens. Meals are on your own.
All stops have restaurant
facilities. Call the Center for
information and reservations.
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JCDS News
New Staff Members Named
What's Happening With JCDS Building:
Rachel Moskowitz will join the
staff of the JCDS in December as
the instructor of a special
program for students who have
been enrolled in the school
without extensive prior Hebrew
education.
The school makes special
privisions for those children who
have not previously attended a
Day School, through a program
of individualized instruction
designed to bring students up to
their grade level.
Mrs. Moskowitz, a native
Israeli, is a graduate of the Israel
Teachers Seminary. She has
taught extensively in Israel and
in Canada both in elementary
schools and in Ulpanim.
This type of program permits
the school to adequately provide
for the needs of students who
enter the school at various levels
of achievement. It also makes it
possible for the school to ac-
commodate those students who
are in the area as seasonal
residents.
It has been said that education'
is too important to leave to the
educators and that Jewish
education is too important to
leave only to Jewish educators.
In this issue of The Floridian
there are pictures of the architect
who is designing the JCDS
building, sharing plans with our
faculty and board. This is in-
dicative of our feeling that the
JCDS campus should truly
reflect the best educational input
available.
Perspectives
on
Jewish Education
Our concept of the new JCDS
campus is that it should reflect
the best thinking of our staff, our
board, members of the com-
munity with expertise that they
are willing to share with us and,
of course, our architects and
designers.
The classrooms, laboratories,
the Media Center / Library, the
Multi-purpose Room / Chapel,
will belong not just to the
children who will be using these
classrooms, but to the entire
community.
The primary function of the
new buildings will be to house our
elementary school and, shortly, a
Jewish Day High School. We
would be remiss if, in our
planning, we did not recognize
the importance of our new
creation as a center for Jewish
learning. It, GOD willing, will
house adult education classes, a
central resource facility for
teachers and a house for com-
munity events.
The communal nature of our
endeavors mandates that we
share our plans with all of you
and that every member of the
Field Hockey is one of the new sports that has been introduced
as part of the JCDS physical education program. The expanded
physical education program, taught by Fran Krawitz, who is
also the physical education director of the JCC, includes, in
addition to field hockey, tennis, track and other major sport
skills.
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Marvin Szatmary of the staff of Eugene Lawrence Associates,
the architects designing the new facilities of the JCDS,
discusses the plans for the new campus with Joan Tochner, vice
president of the school and chairman of the Library Committee,
and Elaine Sherr, Librarian, left. Construction plans are
currently being completed with the anticipation that con-
struction will begin on the new building in early 1980.
Mordecai Levow
community recognize the Klal
Yisroel communal nature of this
venture through their tangible
support of the Capital Fund
effort of the school.
When you are called upon to
help build the Jewish Community
Day School Building, you will be
insuring a maximum Jewish
education for our youngsters as
well as a house of study for all
ages and for everyone in the
greater Palm Beach community.
Abie Nathan On Quest
TEL AVIV (JTA) Abie
Nathan, the self-styled Peace
pilot and Peace navigator, has
found a new cause for his untiring
energy and humanitarian
feelings. He is devoting himself
to helping the Cambodians.
His moving appeal over the
weekend on Israeli TV resulted in
many calls from doctors and
nurses who said they were ready
to go to Cambodia to help the
needy.
NATHAN, himself, left for
Athens from where he expects to
reach Thailand. His plan is to
buy trucks there and fill them
with essentials and then try to
transport the vehicles over the
Cambodian border.
He said he is not sure the Cam-
bodian authorities will permit
this, but based on past ex-
perience, he will not rest until he
has tried his utmost.
Before leaving for Athens,
Nathan set up a committee to
help the hungry children of Cam-
bodia and opened an account at
local banks to receive donations
on behalf of the children.
Elaine Sherr, the JCDS librarian, creates a story hour in the
newly expanded school library to introduce the kindergarten
class to the wonderful world of books. The school library and the
PTA will host a Book Fair in the Youth Lounge during the week
of Dec. 2-7. It will be open during school hours with an excellent
selection of Judaica and other children's books available for
purchase.
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Friday, November 16,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
Community Tackles Energy Problems
Approximately 40 presidents
representing Jewish
organizations in Palm Beach
County attended a meeting at the
Federation offices which was
convened under the auspices of
the Energy Task Force of the
Jewish Federation's Community
Relations Council on Oct. 22.
George Golden, chairman of the
Energy Task Force, chaired the
meeting.
Bruce Daniels, chairman of the
Community Relations Council of
the Federation, greeted the
presidents who attended the
meeting and explained how the
council and its Task Forces
function and the part which all of
the local organizations play in
evolving a community consensus
on issues with which the Council
is concerned.
The purpose of the meeting
was to bring the energy problems
which face this area and all
America into focus before the
Jewish community. In order to
learn what the delegates felt
concerning the energy issue they
broke up into smaller groups and
discussed the following two
questions: (1) How does the
group perceive the energy crisis?
(2) How does the group perceive
the action to be taken against it?
Following a 45 minute
discussion, groups reconvened
and their respective group
leaders reported the results. The
following opinions highlighted
the reports:
"As good Americans
behooves all of us, whether ..
believe the energy shortage to be
"real"' or "Contrived," to reduce
our use of energy. We should do
this because it will reduce our
country's dependence on foreign
sources of energy and save each
of us money. We must recognize
that while what we as individuals
do to save energy may seem
it
we
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4. Fill washers, but do not
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5. Fill dryers, but do not
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YOUR effort added to the
efforts of more than 200
million Americans will
reduce the needs for foreign
oil!
insignificant, when that energy
saving act is multiplied by over
220 million Americans it becomes
very significant.
Another opinion expressed by
many present was that voluntary
energy saving action does not
seem to be working. Mandatory
legislation may be needed but it
must be drafted so as to be
equally applicable to ALL the
people and must not cause our
lower socio-economic groups
undue suffering. Furthermore,
there was a consensus that people
should be alert to proposed
legislation and should be
knowledgeable about it so that
we can take an intelligent stand if
it becomes necessary to do so.
Maurice Jacobson, a member
of the Energy Task Force and
chairman of the Palm Beach
County Energy Commission,
spoke on "The Economic Effects
of the Energy Crisis on
America."
Pictured above at the recent Energy Task Force meeting of the Community Relations
of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County are representatives of local
Council
Jewish
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The Jewish Fhridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, November 16,1979
CRC Updade
By JOHN I. MOSS
Chairman
International Soviet Jewry
Task Force
The National Conference on
Soviet Jewry reports about
recent measures being applied by
Soviet emigration authorities in
an apparent attempt to obstruct
and interfere with emigration.
The danger is that these new
measures may become nor-
malized as routine Soviet
emigration procedures, and this
could have a drastic effect on the
actual number of people being
permitted to emigrate. While the
emigration figure is currently
about 4.000 to 5,000 a month, we
may begin to see early in 1980 the
effects of this new squeeze on
emigration.
There are now about three
times as many applicants for
emigration as are being given
exit papers, and therefore the
pressure on the Soviet govern-
ment is becoming increasingly
significant. It was reported that
as a consequence of new
I procedures recently instituted:
There are about 1.000 new
refuseniks in Odessa alone, a city
known for the high number of
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II____Bernard Postal & Lionel
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Jewish life in America is now
well past its tricentennial, yet
never before American Jewish
Landmarks has such a complete
story of the role of the Jews in
our society been available. This is
grass roots history, a fascinating
chronicle of an old people in a new
world.
For the traveler or the arm-
chair reader, the dramatic story
of Jewish participation in the
birth and growth of the United
States is inspiring. Here is a
remarkable array of scholars,
scientists, patriots, artists, labor
leaders. industrialists. etc..
whose achievements enriched
every phase of American life.
State by state, city by city, the
authors guide us through birth-
places, synagogues, cemeteries.
libraries, museums and shrines.
a- well a^ ihe participation of
.lews m social tew
Inevitably, the Civil War.
takes center stage. The story of
Judah P. Benjamin, the Con-
federate Secretary of State and
the inquiry that aimed at
discrediting him: or the
description of Max Frauenthal, a
Texas private, "a little Jew who
. had the heart of a lion."
reveal facts seldom read in
history books.
The authors deal not only with
the great and the mighty but
with little known men and women
from Portland, Me., to San
Diego, Calif.
Postal and Koppman have
done more than assemble a
manual for sightseers. The two
well-written, and carefully
researched volumes are crammed
with enough anecdotes and
unknown historical data to keep
the most general reader fixed in
an armchair for more than a few
evenings.
EDITOR'S NOTE: These
volumes, successors to "Jewish
Tourist's Guide to the U.S.,
1954," are part of the extensive
Max Rosenhirsch Collection,
covering U phases of the ex-
periences and history of the
American Jews in all 50 states,
Canada, Mexico etc. They are
available for the general com-
munity at Temple Israel Library,
1901 No. Flagler Dr. West Palm
Beach.
By ELSIE LEVITON
Jews going to the West, prin-
cipally to the USA. Many new
refusals are known also to be
piling up in Kishenev, Kiev,
Kharkov, Tashkent, cities where
aliyah to Israel has been high.
This development therefore
cannot be considered isolated
acts of a particular OVIR office,
but part of an orchestrated
national pattern.
IT WAS further reported that
applications are being scrutinized
and investigated as never before,
and applicants are being cross-
examined about the details of
documents that were filled out in
routine and unrelated govern-
ment questionnaires as well as in
the applications themselves, to
cross check on the relationship of
the people who are inviting the
prospective emigrant to Israel,
Le.. to learn if the person sending
the invitation is a first degree
relative or not.
In Leningrad, Odessa and
elsewhere, applicants are now
being asked to write detailed
reports on the person extending
the invitation with checks being
made by the OVIR and KGB on
both the inviter and invitee to
assess their "acceptabibty" to
the Soviet government.
In some Soviet cities, the
waiting period for an exit visa is
now between eight to 12 months
and some activists have reported
that OVIR has warned them that
they may soon have to wait a
year or 18 months.
In Leningrad, OVIR no longer
accepts invitations from persons
not first degree relatives, and it
will not accept applications from
any young people recently having
completed their higher education.
THE REPORT stressed that
there is now a critical need to call
public attention, particularly
among members of Congress and
other opinion leaders, to these
procedures before they become
frozen in Soviet emigration
procedure. This ad-
ministrative/political device is
reminiscent of the education
"ransom tax" used by the Soviet
Union in 1972 to attempt to
control similarly high demands
for emigration. Communities are
urged to find appropriate means
to give prominence in the media
and in congressional contacts to
these developments.
In view of these developments,
please write to your Congressmen
and Senators to urge the Soviet
Union to refrain from obstructing
emigration.
These sad developments come
at a time when United States
policy makers are considering
granting the Soviet Union new
trade concessions in light of the
record 50,000 or more Jews who
had been expected to emigrate
this year.
Reports have been received
that the Jewish Agency in Israel
is doing everything possible to
encourage Soviet Jews to come to
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riday, November 16,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
Temple Beth El Announces Second Cantonal Festival
sell-out crowd of 1,100
Ithusiastic concert-goers asked
a. Cultural Committee of
fcmple Beth El, West Palm
bach, "to thrill them again."
he result is the Second Annual
kntorial Festival.
I At 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov.
ending a festive holiday
ekend (Thanksgiving), the
tead Sanctuary of Temple Beth
J will again be the setting for a
tntorial Festival.
This concert festival features
Iree cantors and a distinguished
Soviet artist. Temple Beth El's
Cantor Elaine Shapiro returns to
perform, as well as Cantor Jacob
Ben-Zion Mendelson of Gates of
Prayer in Flushing, N.Y. New to
the concert this year will be
Cantor Saul Meisels. formerly of
Temple on the Heights,
Cleveland, who will be ac-
companied on the piano by his
wife, Ida Ruth Meisels.
An added attraction of the
evening will be Simion Timlich-
man, a Soviet Jew from the
Ukraine who has been residing in
Meisels
New York City since 1974.
Timlichman is a singer-musician
and will play the Bayan, a
German accordian which is the
favorite folk instrument of
Eastern Europe.
The Cantorial Concert
Program includes cantorial
compositions as well as Israeli
and Yiddish folk and art songs.
Among the selections are "Rozo
d'Shabbos" by Pinchik, "Osso
Boker" by Engel, "Dos Pintele
Yid" by Gilrod-Perlmutter-Wohl,
and "Halleluja" which won first
place in the 1979 Chassidic
Festival. Also trios and duets will
be featured.
Co-chairperson Sam Youner
says: "The entire Jewish com-
munity is welcome to experience
Shapiro
this fine evening of music. Last
year we had such an overwhelm-
ing response that this year we
will be adding more seating." To
assure availability of tickets,
make your reservation early.
Tickets for this evening of
music and song are on sale now at
Mendelson
Temple Beth El, 2815 N. Flagler
Drive, West Palm Beach. All
palrons and sponsors are invited
lo meet the artists at a chain
pugne reception following the
concert at 9:30 p.m. Both patron
und sponsor tickets provide
reserve sealing.
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Page 12
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, November 16,1979
Jlround
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By STACILESSER
"Around the Town" would like to hear from you. Send
articles typewritten and double-spaced to Staci Lesser, c / o The
Jewish Floridian, 501 "South Flagler Drive, Suite 306, West
Palm Beach, FL 33401.
College was never like this! Faye Wahzer is in Israel on a
Hadassah Year Course program. Faye will be spending three
months on a kibbutz, three months in a development town in the
Negev and three glorious months in Jerusalem. In between time
will be spent traveling. All this and Faye will receive 30 semester
hours credit.
Parents Judy and Neil will be flying to Israel in December
to visit Faye and also spend time sightseeing. Maybe it's time to
go back to school!
Tina and Manny Newmark have hit the quinella for this
coming weekend. First, there will be Thanksgiving dinner for 20
at the Newmark home and second, the Bat Mitzvah of daughter
Heidi on Friday night and Saturday morning.
Frying in from New Jersey will be Manny's sister and
brother-in-law Zeta and Morty Sadler, their three children and
Manny's brother Steven and wife Suzanne and their two
children. Tina's aunt Nettie Winograd will also be making the
southern trip.
Tina's parents, of West Palm Beach, will help celebrate
along with Heidi's sister Karen and brother Stuart.
Heidi attends Lake Worth Junior High where* she is a
member of National Junior Honor Society and was elected vice
president of her class. She is active in Kadima and Tweens.
Heidi is certainly one busy young lady.
Barbara and Peter Wnnah recently returned from a
Washington, D.C. trip. Peter attended medical meetings, but
both found time to enjoy the Washington scene. Highlights
included the museums and theater at the Kennedy Center.
Barbara confessed she fell in love with the Metro System.
The Wunshes had hardly unpacked, when their house
magically turned into a wedding chapel. Barbara's cousin Susan
Kantrowitz, of the Big Apple became Mrs. Ira Tillman. Family,
including Peter's mother, CeO Wunsh, joined friends of the
bride and groom in celebration.
All that is missing is Howard Cosell, but in any case the
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
The opening meeting and
petite buffet for the Sisterhood of
Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach
will be held on Monday, Nov. 19,
at 12:30 p.m. in the temple social
hall. Members and prospective
members are invited to attend.
The featured artists for the
tflernoon will be Cantor David
Dardashti and his wife Irene, who
will perform in duet, playing their
guitars and singing. This will be
their premiere performance in the
Palm Beaches.
David has been performing
since the age of five. Like all
Israelis, he joined the Army at
the age of 18 and was com-
missioned to the Navy Enter-
tainment Unit as a lead singer,
lie entertained at military bases
ull over the country.
Following his discharge, he
was selected for the lead role in
the musical "From Israel with
Love," which toured the world
and played at the Palace Theater
on Broadway. He toured South
America before completing his
cuntorial schooling.
Irene sang in school and
Temple Choir from the age of
eight and has also had choir and
solo training.
President is Sondra Elliot, and
program vice president,
Genevieve Silberman.
Prospective members will be
greeted as Sisterhood's guests.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday.
Nov. 19, at noon in Schwartzberg
Hall. An invitation is extended to
join Rabbi Joel L. Levine on a
personally conducted tour to
observe the varied Sephardic
customs and traditions in
synugogues and communities he
has visited in parts of the world.
Lunch will be served.
The Study Group sessions
continue this year in the Music
Id "iin for one hour, from 10:30 to
11:30, prior to the regular
Sisterhood meeting. Rabbi Irving
II. Cohen and Caroline Ring
jointly conduct this education
program in a series of free
discussions on interests and
problems of Jewish life today.
Everyone is invited to par-
ticipate.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
The sisterhood of Temple Beth
David ni Northern I'alm Beach
County will hold a luncheon and
fashion show at the Hilton Inn of
tin Palm Beaches, Singer Island
mi Wednesday, Nov. 28 at noon.
Fashions will be provided by Via
Condolli of Oakbrook Square.
The public is Invited to attend.
For reservations and more In-
formation call the temple office or
Mrs Carol Schiff.
I'he membership committee of
Temple Beth David of Palm
Beach Gardens will hold a
membership shabbat service to
honor new members of the temple
on Friday, Nov. 30, at 8 p.m. All
.in invited.
Rabbi William Marder of
Temple Beth David of Northern
Palm Beach County recently
attended a Rabbi-Student
Conference at the University of
Florida in Gainesville. This
meeting is sponsored annually by
the Southeast Region of the
Rabbinical Assembly of America
(organization of conservative
rabbis).
The program included a
seminar presentation in Jewish
philosophy for the rabbis in the
region; a dinner at Hillel House
with students and their rabbis
from their home congregation:
and a tour of the Judaica library
facilities at the university. The
rubbis met with their students
and with members of the Judaica
faculty to discuss Jewish life on
campus. There are about 10 Beth
David students at Gainesville,
and they related how they ob-
served the holidays and how
important these
were to them.
observances
Rabbi Marder reported to the
Temple Beth David congregation
in his sermon the following
Friday night on two aspects of
campus life that disturbed him.
First were the conflicts created
within the Jewish community by
other Jewish organizations that
exerted peer pressure on Jewish
students not to participate in
Jewish observance or go to
services.
Specifically, some of the
Jewish fraternities sponsored
activities on the weekend of Rosh
Hashanah which presented the
students with the conflict of
choosing between services or the
fraternity social events.
Secondly, there is a presence
on campus of a number of
Evangelical Christian groups
seeking openly to convert Jews
away from Judaism.
The University of Florida in
Gainesville offers formal courses
in Jewish studies and extensive
library research facilities which
are being expanded and made
more available to undergraduates
and graduate students.
At Temple Beth David's
Friday evening service on Nov
16, members of ORT will par-
ticipate in prayers, readings and
songs, followed by Oneg Shabbat
which ORT will sponsor.
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISHOLOM
On Friday, Nov. 16, Rabbi
Harry Schectman will conduct an
Oneg Shabbat in honor of Bnai
B'rith.
On Tuesday, No
v.
20.
Sisterhood will hold its monthly
meeting at 1 p.m.
On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the
congregation will hold its
monthly general membership
meeting.
On Thursday, Nov. 29
Sisterhood will hold its monthly-'<
card party.
On Friday, Nov. 30, Rabbi
Schectman will conduct the Oneg''
Shabbat in honor of the new
members of the congregation
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
The next meeting of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth Sholom will
lake place Sunday, Nov. 18. The
scheduled speaker is Barry Cohen
who will talk about criminal law.
Cohen is an attorney specializing
in criminal law. Refreshments
will be served.
Pre-School Director Named
Chairpersons Iris Murray and
Debbie Sabarra announce the
appointment of Judy Devore as
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Center's Pre-School.
Mrs. Devore has been with the
Jewish Community Center's Pre-
School for the past two years.
She obtained her Early
Childhood Degree in 1976 from
the University of Florida and has
bean residing in Florida since
1971. She came to Florida with
her parents. Cantor and Mrs.
Nicholas Fenakel and was
married this past summer to
Gene Devore.
Judy has been involved with
1 be Center as a part-time teacher,
lull-time teacher and now
director. She will continue to
leach the four-year-olds in the
morning and assume her duties
as director during the afternoon.
Marly Goldberg, executive
director ef the Center, expressed
his pleasure in having this
IHisiiion filled with someone as
capable as Mrs. Devore.
L
Judy De Vore
Bar Mitzvah
DANIEL ROSS
On Nov. 23 and 24, Daniel
Ross, son of Louise and Leonard
Ross, will participate in the
Sabbath services on the occasion
of his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth David of Northern Palm
Beach County.
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Pictured from left to right, Mrs. Ann Madier, Rep. Dan Mica,
fid Mrs. Dorothy Bell, at the Joint Program Institute of the
National Council of Jewish Women
Local NCJW Member
"ttends Program Institute
Irs. Ann Madier of West Palm Beach has recently returned from
ington, D.C., where she participated in the National Council of
h Women's 10th biennial Joint Program Institute.
, member of the Palm Beach Section, she spent Oct. 16-17
ipating in federal agency and legislative briefings, seminars and
hops. The Institute was designed to enable members to become
effective advocates in four of NCJW's top priority areas:
n's issues, children and youth, Israel and aging,
kraong the highlights of the Institute was a White House
ion for the delegates, hosted by Rosalynn Carter. During the
ion, Mrs. Carter was presented with a special award in ap-
tion of her contributions to the field of voluntarism.
Henry M. Jackson, featured speaker at the Institute's
Ig foreign policy dinner, was also honored by NCJW. He was the
ent of the organization's Faith and Humanity Award for his
hip in international human rights.
srael's Ambassador to the United States, Ephraim Evron and
ermanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations,
da Z. Blum, were special guests during the three day Institute.
1CJW participants, who are leaders in the fields of community
and public affairs, also met with members of Congress, ad-
ition officials and representatives of various government
order to focus on NCJW concerns and provide realistic training
cy, the Institute offered concurrent tracts on each of the four
ies. Participants followed one tract throughout the three days
Rjcamined the priority in terms of economy and employment,
n, health and foreign policy As a result of their training,
tes will be able to begin to develop a corp of "grass roots"
ites here in West Palm Beach.
n Nov. 14, the Palm Beach Section of NCJW conducted a
ir in cooperation with Palm Beach Junior College's Women's
ce Center. The seminar explored the economic future of today's
i on the federal, state, county, and community levels.
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It is always a rewarding ex-
perience to have the opportunity
of meeting with committed
women who have dedicated
themselves to raising the quality
of Jewish life in Israel, around
the world, and here in our own
community.
I recently had such an op-
portunity at the home of Mrs.
Peter (Julie) Cummings, co-
chairman and hostess for the
1980 campaign kickoff event
sponsored by the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County. Mrs.
Cummings was joined by co-
chairmen Mrs. Heinz (Ruth)
Eppler and Mrs. Alan (Bea)
Keiser (Mrs. Myron Nickman
was out of town). I asked the
women what they each felt was
the major importance of this
major campaign event:
Ruth Eppler, who recently
participated in the National UJA
Women's Division Mission to
Poland and Israel, said that her
recent trip demonstrated to her
the tremendous contrast between
our way of life and that of the
Israelis. "I was amazed to find so
much contentment among the
people of Israel, despite the
difficulties they have to over-
come ... we are more fortunate,
then-fore it is our responsibility
to be charitable."
"I've grown up with the idea
tliut whenever you receive
something you give back ten-
fold," stated Mrs. Cummings.
"We should realize that although
it is very important to give time
and money for Israel it is also
important to support our local
Jewish community."
Mrs. Cummings emphasized
the needs of the Jewish people in
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club ins't just for kids anymore.
Due to increasing regular adult
attendance, the popular disco is
now open exlusively for adults on
Wednesdays and Thursdays.
There will be less disco and more
contemporary music on these
nights.
The Kaleidoscope, however,
remains a colorful way to spend
llie evening for teenagers and
adults alike. The sloping floor of
the former Lake Cinema and
II o i s e feathers Cinema
Restaurant accommodates three
dance floors on three levels.
I l,i In ni> booths overlook the
lliuin dance floor. Two sections of
the club have been reserved for
pinbull machines. Club-goers can
dances to the latest disco tunes,
.surrounded by an array of
Hashing lights and mirrored
walls. Kaleidoscope projections
on the Cinema screen add to the
_uxl-------------------------------------,
Planning for the $1,000 Campaign Kickoff Luncheon, spon-
sored by the Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, to be held Dec. 5 are (left to right/ Mrs.
Peter Cummings, Mrs. Heinz Eppler and Mrs. Alan Keiser, co-
chairmen for the event. Not pictured is Mrs. Myron Nickman.
Palm Beach County, stating that
she was encouraged by the
Jewish Federation's plans for a
Jewish Nursing Home for the
Aged, to service the local
community. "We are fortunate to
live in Palm Beach and have all
the luxuries, but there are 80
many people in the community
who ure in great need ... we
should be helping them, too."
"We have to begin to use the
tools at our fingertips," stated
Mrs. Keiser, "to help make
today's Jewish woman more
aware. Every Jewish woman has
the responsibility to create the
awurvneaa, and I am pleased that
we will be having a distinguished
guest from Israel to inform u-,
about the situation there."
The campaign kickoff luncheon
(.SI000 minimum gift) will be held
on Wednesday. Dec. 5. For
further information, contact the
Women's Division at the Jewish
lederation of Palm Beach
County.
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South County News
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
Workmen's Circle Branch 1051
meets the second Wednesday of
each month at Delray Beach
Community Center, 100 NW 1st
Ave., Delray Beach. The next
meeting will be held at 1 p.m. on
Dec. 12.
At the next general meeting of
Bnai B'rith Women, Masada
Chapter to be held on Nov. 27 at
Grace Episcopal Church, corner
of 36th Street and Australian
Avenue, West Palm Beach, at 8
p.m., Esther Spielvogel will
review the book. Leah's Journey.
The Boynton Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
celebrate ORT Sabbath on
Friday, Nov. 16, at 8:15 p.m. at
the Congregational Church,
Federal Highway in Boynton.
ORT will sponsor an Oneg
Shabat. Members and guests
welcome.
PUBLIC NOTICE
. All contributors to the Federation campaign living in Delray
Beach, Highland Beach and Boca Raton and others who have
contributed to the South County campaign are invited to a
special Membership Meeting of the newly formed
SOUTH COUNTY JEWISH FEDERATION
Monday, November 26, 7-SO p.m.
Holiday Inn
2809 South Ocean Blvd.
Highland Beach, Flo.
Dessert and Coffee served after the meeting
Couvert: $2.50 per person
RSVP South County Jewish Federation Office 368-2737
Reservations Required
Agenda: Initial Report on the new Federation
Campaign Upade
Election of Officers and Board Members
James B Baer
President
Shu-ley Enselberg
Secretary
Chaplain's Aides Seminar Focuses
On Visitation Procedures
The first in a series of training
seminars of the Chaplain's Aides
was held Oct. 22 at the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County's office. The seminar was
conducted by Rabbi Alan R.
Sherman, community chaplain,
and Murray Kern, chairman of
the Chaplain's Advisory Com-
mittee. It focused on the proper
techniques and approaches to
visit the hospital and nursing
home patient. All chaplain's
aides attending the seminars will
receive certificates of completion
and be formally recognized at the
end of the year.
The initial response to the
training seminar was met with
widespread acceptance and
enthusiasm. Those individuals
and organizations participating
in the program and present at the
seminar were: B'nai B'rith
Paul Oblas, Evelyn Oblas;
Friendly Visitors Sophie
Dickson, Fanny Friend, Marjorie
L. Ingram, Tillie Mutterpearl,
Ida Rosenthal, Rose Rothstein,
Elsie Singer; Jewish Federation
Eve Schimelman, Rose
Steinberg; Emanu-EI Nathan
Hirshey, Murray Sandier;
Temple Beth Sholom Herman
Linshes, Sally Linshes; Women's
American ORT Blanche
Silverman, Hilde Avery, Nettie
Blaustein, Jeanne Glasser,
Louise Glasser, Celia Hamilton,
Beatrice Kern, Dr. Joel
Kestenbaum, Harry Shiller and
Edward Starr.
Chaplain's Aides visit unaf-
filiated Jews in hospitals and
nursing homes. Future seminars
will feature prominent health enn
professionals such as a physiciaL
social worker, psychologist and]
clergyman.
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November 16,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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South County News
WOMEN'S AMERICAN OUT
Points Chapter Women's
.rican ORT invites all
mbers, friends and neighbors
a Petite iBuffet Luncheon
Lesday. Nov. 27, 1 p.m. at
i|ray Community Center.
jecial event: "A Night at the
ojg," Friday, Jan. 18, at
mpano Raceway. Contact
llv Hanner, 413 Monaco I,
Iray lleach, for reservations.
BRANDE IS WOMEN
irandcis University National
omen's Committee, Boca
,n Chapter, has arranged a
lanksgiving celebration Nov.
lo Nov. 25 at the Sandpiper
ui Port St. Lucie. For in-
'nation and reservations con-
d Dorothy Segal.
PIONEER WOMEN
e women from Defray
each are attending the 26th
ational Biennial Convention of
Pioneer Women in Jerusalem
through Nov.21.
Those chosen to represent their
local group here are Mrs. Reuben
Gutterman, vice president of
fund raising of Beersheba Club;
Mrs. Irving Herskowitz, member
of the board of Beersheba Club
and organizational consultant for
Pioneer Women in southeast
Florida; and Charlotte Cohen,
member of the board of Beer-
sheba Club.
They will be among 1,000
women from throughout the
United States, who will attend
the convention. They will attend
a reception at the Western Wall.
to be hosted by Jerusalem's
Mayor, Teddy Kollek.
Menachem Begin, Israel's
Prime Minister, will be guest of
honor at the closing banquet. The
women will be visiting the
network of child care centers,
vocational training schools and
community installations which
South County Calendar
10V 16
ninduis University Women -Film 10 a.m.
Family Shabottom Temple Emeth Sisterhood
10V 17
omp 0 Both El
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OV 18
1 nai B ntli Kings L'idge 9 a.m. Temple Beth El Coleman 2 p.m.
ample Beth El Adult Education 8 p.m. Hadassah Ben-Gurion
| limit ',j o 8 30 a m.
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kadassah Menachem Begin B'nai B'rith Women's Naomi
Chapter 1537- 11/23-29 Cruise Women's American ORT Luncheon
1V-21
bincn > American ORT Regional 9:30 a.m
**r, j'egation 8p.m.
10V 22
University Women Sandpiper Bay 1 '22-25
B'nai Torah
Deborah Hospital
10V 23 BOFTY Open House
10V 25
I I 25 28 L.do
Jewish
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Spa Temple Emeth
Sp m
HOV- 26
s American ORT East Board -
}' s Naomi Chapter 1537 CRC
ih Hospital Board 12:30p.m.
12.30 p.m.
Program -
B'nai B'rith
12:30 p.m.
INOV 27
|J'/. Wat Veterans Auxiliary President Visit Deborah Hospito
Luncheon & Card Party Hadassah Aviva Noon Women'
WnccinORT Delray Key West Bus Tour 10 a.m.
HOV-28
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HADASSAH
Hadassah Ben-Gurion Chapter
announces a Nov. 18 Thrift Sale
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
First Federal Bank of Delray,
West Atlantic and Military Trail.
For merchandise pick-up, call
Sonya Sirota or Sid Wirth.
Nov. 25-28 Lido Spa. For
reservations, call Jean Golden,
Seville E 134.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women Delray
Beach are off to a four day
Thanksgiving cruise to the
Bahamas, from Nov. 19-23. Their
next regular meeting will be held
at Temple Emeth on Monday,
Nov. 26, at noon.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Michael Medved, best-selling
author What Really Happened to
the Class of 65 and national TV
personality, will be the second
speaker in Temple Beth El of
IIik'u HuLon's lecture series.
Medved's new book is The
Shadow Presidents, the Secret
History of the Chief Executives
and their Top Aides. The book
tights have been purchased to
tin in the basis for a TV series. He
lias also written a screenplay
The Journey of Simon
McKcevor," which will be
released in early 1980, starring
.Jam- and Henry Fonda.
Medved is the president and
en founder of a unique Orthodox
. ougregation on the beach in
Venice. Calif, which has won
national attention for its youth
outreach programs and its in-
novative day school.
Medveil will discuss "Jews in
American Politics, Past, Present
and Future."
The lecture will be presented at
Temple Beth Kl of Boca Raton,
:;:::; SW Uli Ave., on Sunday,
Nov. I Sal 8 p.m.
Third speaker will be Dr.
Bernard Reich of George
Washington University in
Washington, DC. professor of
pohi ii al science and international
affair* and chairman of the
Department of Political Science
there. His specialty is Middle
East Politics. His doctoral thesis
ul the I niversitv ol Virginia was
a siud> ol Israels foreign policy.
Hi. Reich has taught and
lectured at Baltimore Hebrew
(.'allege, Tal Aviv University,
11.nla University and the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, as well
as in Egypt and Jordan. He has
lectured many times before the
U.S. Defense Intelligence School,
the CIA, the Department of
State, the National War College,
and the military academies at
West Point and Annapolis. He
has done many studies on both
Israel and United States politics
and foreign policy.
Al Beth El, Prof. Reich will
discuss "Prospects for Peace in
the Middle East."
The lecture will be presented
Dec. 2 at 8 p.m.
REFORM HEBREW
CONGREGATION OF
DELRAY
Because of the large at-
tendance. the Reform Hebrew
Congregation of Delray now
meets in the sanctuary of St.
Paul's Episcopal Church. 188 S.
Swinlun Ave., Delray Beach.
The church parish hall was the
former meeting place for the
Friday 8:15 p.m. devotions. But
on several occasions there was
standing room only.
Consequently, Lawrence
Summers, president of the one-
year-old congregation, has
arranged for the larger facility.
During the month of
November, a number of couples
will be observing their wedding
anniversaries by serving as hosts
and hostesses at Oneg Shabbat.
They are Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Abel, Mr. and Mrs. George
(ireenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Labor.
The congregation's Sisterhood
is joining with the Men's Club in
offering members a picnic,
Sunday, Nov. 18, at 1 p.m. at
Lake Ida Park.
Dr. Samuel Silver, rabbi of the
congregation, is heard every
Sunday. 6:06 p.m. on Radio
Station WDBF. 1420 on the AM
dial.
TEMPLE EMETH
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formation of a class in the study
of the Talmud in English, on the
first and third Mondays at 2 p.m.
at the temple. This study will be
conducted by the educator, the
Rev. Morris Kaminetsky, and
everyone is welcome.
Sisterhood of Temple Emeth
presents: The Habimah Players,
a new musical production,
Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 8 p.m. at
'Temple Emeth, 5780 W. Atlantic
Avenue, Delray Beach.
I'or tk-kets CALL: Sylvia
Breilman, Mollie Brownstein or
the temple office.
'The general monthly meeting
will be Thursday, Dec. 6, at n on.
Guests welcome.
Other events scheduled are a
book review by Billie Hyman,
Jan. (i. 1980. Call Rose Medwin.
Trip to Disney World, Jan. 15-16.
1980; call RaeGurfield.
BRANDEIS WOMEN
On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the
Btandcis University National
Women's Committee of Delray
Beach will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon at Temple
Emeth on Atlantic Avenue at
noon.
The program features Billie
Hyman, who will do a
biographical sketch of Eleanor
Roosevelt. All paid-up members
are invited. ,
The December Art Tour will
leave on Dec. 11 from the tennis
courts at 10 a.m.
B'NAI B'RITH
Kings Lodge 2965 will hold a
breakfast meeting Sunday, Nov.
18, at 9:30 a.m. in the Winick
Social Hall, Temple Emeth.
Delray Beach.
The featured speaker will be
Brother Oscar Goldstein, former
field director of District 1. He is
vice president of the North
Broward, West Palm Beach
Council.
All members and prospective
members are invited. Light
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, November 16,1979
Rose Schwartz Elected to Head JF&CS
Temple Beth David of Northern Palm Beach County recently
honored Cantor Nicholas Fenakel (center) in commemoration of
50 years of service as a cantor both here and abroad. Pictured
above, presenting Cantor Fenakel with a gift of appreciation, are
Temple Beth David president Howard Debs, rigfright), and
Rabbi William Marder (left).
Nicholas Fenakel Observes
50th Anniversary as Cantor
Linda Budin Kalnitsky,
publicity relations chairman, has
announced the appointment of
Rose R. Schwartz as president of
Jewish Family & Children's
Service.
Rose and her husband, Julius,
a retired educator, author of
science books for children, and a
science editor, have lived in the
Palm Beaches for 10 years. Rose
has been active in numerous
family and children's agencies in
Yonkers, N.Y., Montclair, N.J.
and West Palm Beach, both on
the lay and professional level, in
addition to having taught at New
York University.
Mrs. Schwartz is very
en-
Rose Schwartz
thusiastic about her new position
and stated, "I have a special
interest in strengthening thv
Jewish-American family through^
my work with the JF&CS here ut
Palm Beach County."
The JF&CS is a nonprofit
agency designed to meet the
social, emotinoal and counseling
needs of the Jewish community.
Offices are located at 2411
Okeechobee Boulevard, West
Palm Beach, and 3200 North
Federal Highway, Suite 226,
Boca Raton.
The JF&CS is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County and the
United Way.
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On Sunday evening, Oct. 21,
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel was
honored by Temple Beth David
of Northern Palm Beach County
at a cocktail party held at the
President Country Club in West
Palm Beach in commemoration of
50 years of service as cantor both
here and abroad.
On behalf of temple members,
family and friends, Rabbi
William Marder praised the
cantor and invoked his career of
service in Judaism to the Jewish
people not only at Temple Beth
David, but throughout his 50-
year career. Temple Beth David
president Howard Debs
presented Cantor Fenakel with
gold jewelry, especially designed
for this occasion.
Cantor Fenakel was born in
Hungary into a long line of
cantors. By the age of 16, he
achieved the permanent position
as cantor to a 600-member con-
gregation there, and soon became
one of Hungary's leading can-
tors. His career was interrupted
by World War II when Hitler's
forces occupied Hungary, and he
was taken prisoner in a con-
centration camp. Despite the
horrors of these years, he says his
singing was a source of comfort
and sustenance to himself and
fellow prisoners.
After World War II Cantor
Fenakel was accepted in'
Budapest as a cantor in one of the
leading synagogues. Later,
Baron Rothschild, who was to
become the cantor's close friend
and admirer, helped the cantor
come to England where he ac-
cepted the position of leading
cantor in London's Duke Palace
Synagogue.
In 1949 Cantor Fenakel came
to Detroit, Mich, to help organize
Temple Adat Shalom and served
as its cantor for 28 years. Due to
his "outstanding work in the
community," the mayor of
Detroit proclaimed a Nicholas
Fenakel Day in 1959 and again in
1970. Since 1975 he has served in
the position of cantor at Temple
Beth David.
During his years as cantor, he
has encouraged many youngsters
to become religious educators,
among which are five rabbis and
six cantors. Cantor Fenakel has
been the recipient of many
awards and honors. In 1972, he
received his bachelor's degree as
a Hazzan, the highest award
given to a cantor.
Cantor Fenakel resides in West
Palm Beach with his wife Mollie,
and continues to dedicate his
time and efforts to Temple Beth
David and the community.
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Mrs. Sarah Strykowska died
Oct. 21, and was buried two days
later. There were no an-
nouncements in the press, no
near ones wept over her. The only
family that remained to her was
the Joint Distribution Committee
which had cared for her since she
arrived in Spain during World
War II.
Present at the lonely gravesite
aside from the rabbi were her
landlady, who looked after her, "_jf*^r
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neighbor, and Mrs. Paula
Rosenstiel, honorary
representative of the JDC, who
watches over the JDC caseload in
Spain, bringing monthly cash
grants and seeing to the health
and welfare needs of the 23
remaining survivors of the
Holocaust.
Mrs. Strykowska's file is thin.
Little was known about her
except that she was born in Lask,
oland and fled from there in
1936. But she was well known to
the JDC staff, and there was deep
sadness among them when Mrs.
Rosenstiel called with the news oL .
her death. V*
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JDC beneficiaries and was i j,
remarkably alert at 92. She
disliked oranges intensely and, as
luck would have it, whenever any
of the WIZO ladies visited her
they invariably brought oranges
because "it was good for her."
But she would have none of it.
She arranged a barter deal with
her landlady oranges for
cigarettes, which bar doctor had
forbidden her.
Little pockets of leftover
tragedies, victims of the Nazi era
still being cared for by the JDC
in Spain, in France, Italy,
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their number; the average age is
close to 80. But while thry live,
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L, November 16,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 17
:
Elsie Leviton to be Honored
$je G. Levfcon, civic and
imunal leader, will be honored
her devotion to the com-
hity at a Special Membership
hpaign Reception of the Palm
ch Chapter of the American
ish Committee on Sunday,
r. 18, at 4:30 p.m. at the
akers.
sseph R- Cohen, chapter
irman. is serving as chairman
of the function, Sylvan Cole as
honorary chairman and Mrs.
Arthur Leibovit as co-
chairperson. Cole is on the
national board of governors of
the American Jewish Committee
and Cohen, Mrs. Leibovit and
Mrs Sylvan Cole, on the
National Executive Council.
The keynote address will be
delivered by Robert S. Jacobs,
senior partner ot Friedman &
Koven, Chicago, and a member of
both the national board of
governors and board of trustees
of the Committee. Long com-
mitted to human relations and
civil rights, he was actively
involved in negotiations on the
proposed Nazi march in Skokie,
111., and is often on TV discussing
new forms of anti-Semitism in the
Boston University Honors Rosen fie Id
aton University recently
rred an honorary Doctor of
degree on West Paim
ch and Brookline, Mass.,
>nt Col. (ret.) Louis I.
field. A philanthropist ana
businessman, Col.
field has dedicated his life
brving the university, medical
Jewish communities.
vtf
conferring the degree,
ident John R. Silber said,
11 have spent a lifetime being
friend and benefactor to
fccine." In particular, Silber
d Col. Rosenfield's
philanthropic contributions in
the field of cardiac surgery and
research which resulted in the
development of the world's first
pacemaker. He also cited the
children's clinic at the Univer-
sity's Goldman School of
Graduate Dentistry which Col.
Rosenfield helped to found.
A former president of Lincoln
Oil Company (now part of
Standard Oir Co. of California)
and of Weston Electronic
Investment Company, Col.
Rosenfield has served Boston
University in many capacities.
He is now an honorary trustee of
both the University and the
Medical Center, and a member of
the School of Medicine's Board of
Visitors.
Col. Rosenfield's service is not
limited, however, to Boston
University, but extends to a
number of public service in-
stitutions and organizations in
the Boston area. Currently a
trustee of the Combined Jewish
Philanthropies in Boston and
B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation
League, Col. Rosenfield has also
served as chairman of the board
of Temple Emmanuel in Newton
and trustee of Temple Ohabei
Shalom in Brookline.
United States.
ELSIE LEVITON is a member
of the Palm Beach County
Planning and Zoning Board
and the only woman ever to serve
on the board by appointment
of the Palm Beach County
Commission. Her organizational
and administrative talents are
also being utilized by the Temple
Israel Community Library, which
she developed and of which she is
chairman.
The Library, a comprehensive
resource for the study of Jewish
history, religion and literature,
has benefited from the
professional and administrative
expertise she has been able to
bring to its planning and
management as a result of her
earlier service on the County
Board, which established the
Palm Beach County Library
System.
She also served as chairman of
the Palm Beach County Com-
mission on the Status of Women,
a body appointed by the County
Commission to deal with
problems and special interests ol
women.
SHE HAS given generously of
her time, energy and executive
ability to many causes, and
especially to Israel, to domestic
political affairs and to women's
rights, having served in the past
as president of the Palm Beach
Chapters of Hadassah and the
League of Women Voters and as
chairman of the Coalition of
Organizations for the passage of
the Equal Rights Amendment.
A graduate of Northwestern
University, Evanston, 111,, with
graduate work at Florida
Atlantic University, Boca Raton,
Elsie is working for the Palm
Beach School System in the
Adult Education Department,
teaching English as a Second
Language to foreign-born adults
and citizenship to aliens seeking
naturalization. Her husband is
Dr. Lawrence R. Leviton, a
pediatrician; their children are
Robert, Ann and Joan.
Among honors that have come
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Woman of the Year by the UN
Association during International
Woman's Year, Hadassah's
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, November 16,1979
" labbimtal Coordinated by
dbi Asher Bar-Zev. Ph d
devoted to *cikhi of thomoi and istMS
relevant to Jewiih Rfa post and prosoirt
Factsand Fiction About Chanukah
By
RABBI NATHAN ZELIZER
We are now in the midst of
celebrating Chanukah which
literally means dedication,
reminding us of the rededication
of the ancient Temple in
Jerusalem, after the triumph of
the Jewish people over their
oppressors. In my notes which I
have collected over the years, I
found some interesting facts and
fiction regarding Chanukah. I
would like to share just a few of
these notes with you.
The 25th day of the Hebrew
month of Kislev, on which we
celebrate the first day of
Chanukah, was sacred to the
papni (i reeks before it became a
Jewish Festival. Antiochus
Epiphanes, the Greek ruler who
is the villain of the Chanukah
story, ottered a burnt offering in
the Temple of Jerusalem, on thai
day. three years before the
Mace a beans instituted
Chanukah.
Among the many explanations
advanced for the origin of the
name Chanukah is that it comes
from Chanok, or Enoch, the
great-great-great-grandson of
Adam who lived 365 years, and
who is associated by mystics
with light, because his years on
earth, equaled the number of
days of the sun's journey.
The kindling of Chanukah
lights was prohibited in the 3rd
century CE in Persia (Iran)
because the fire-worshipping
Magians, to whom fire was
sacred, were in power. This is the
only Jewish festival based on a
Jewish triumph of arms against
its enemies. The story of
Chanukah does not appear in our
Bible. It is recounted in the post-
Biblical Books of the Maccabees,
all written in Greek by a
Palestinian.
Maoz-Tzur is not a Jewish
melody. It is an adaptation of an
old German folk song of the
Middle Ages. Martin Luther used
the melody for his choral songs.
The Menorah was created by the
Israelites after their exodus from
Egypt as their emblem of
nationhood. It remained a
symbol of the Jewish people until
medieval times when the Star of
David became the Jewish em-
blem.
The quaint origin of latkes is
supposed to be the pancakes,
hastily prepared by the Jewish
women, for the soldiers of the
Maccabees, when they stopped to
rest, while pursuing the Syrians.
So strengthened were the
Maccabean warriors by the
pancakes that Judas Maccabeus
decreed that Jews should eat
latkes on Chanukah.
Children especially are glad
that Chanukah is celebrated,
because it is a holiday which
A
Rabbi Zelizer
makes them say "Mmmmmm"
because of its deliciousness. This
refers not only to the tasty latkes
(which are as flat as mommy and
daddy after they have given each
child eight gifts) but because
there are so many items on
Editor's Note: The views
expressed by the rabbis are
strictly their own and in no way
reflect the views of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Chanukah which begin with M
Menorah, Maccabees, Mat-
tathias, Miracle, etc. Each "M"
tells us something worthwhile.
Modin a small town
proving that big things can
happen in little places. Menorah
is like lots of fingers but
belonging to one hand dif-
ferent types of Jews but one
people! The Maccabees were few
in number but they grew in
strength, as the Menorah light
increases from night to night.
Mattathias was an old man, but
youthful and dynamic. Miracles
happen daily.
On Chanukah we do not count
down as in a blast off we count
up!
A Good Chanukah!
Israel Bonds Fashion Show
Set for Breakers Dec. 19
Mrs. Henry Blum, chairman of
the Women's Division of State of
Israel Bonds, announced today
that the International Preview of
the Israel Bond Fashion Show
and Luncheon will be held at the
Breakers Hotel on Wednesday,
Dec. 19, at noon.
Mrs. Blum, who is also a
member of the national board of
the Women's Division, has been
involved in civic and community
affairs in Belle Glade and in the
Palm Beaches for a number of
years. She was honored as
Florida Mother of the Year and
received the Woman of Valor and
the Shalom Awards from the
State of Israel in recognition of
her many services.
She is past president of the
Florida Federation of B'nai
B'rith Women; vice president of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Services; vice president of the
area Drug Abuse Council; ad-
missions chairman for the Nelle
Smith Home for Dependent
Girls; a member of the board of
ORT, the Center for Family
Services, the Commission on the
Status of Women, and the Child
Advocacy Board and is president
of Parents in Need.
"ISRAEL'S economy has
made remarkable strides in three
decades," Mrs. Blum said, "and
Israel Bonds is proud to have
played a role in this progress.
Even greater challenges than
before confront us because the
peace treaty between Israel and

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Egypt carries with it the larger
hope that Israel's other neigh-
bors will eventually follow suit
and begin peace talks as well."
The changing political and
historical background, Mrs.
Blum explained, has fashioned a
new mandate for Israel Bonds
that includes renewed
strengthening of the country's
infrastructure plus the redeploy-
ment of civilian and military
population from the Sinai and
construction of new installations
in the Negev, that will cost
billions of dollars. The people of
Israel, she continued, are
prepared to make personal
sacrifice for the cause of lasting
npeace, but we must match that
effort through the purchase of
Israel Bonds.
Betty Steinberg, fashion show
chairman, and Sylvia Colby and
Minna Gladstone, sponsors, are
supported by a committee in-
cluding: Ruth Beker, Gladys
Bisgaier, Mollie Brownstein, Ida
Coplan, Evelyn Deutsch, Esther
Dornbush, Emma Gerringer,
Sylvia Haynes, Vicki Herschel,
Pauline Judd, Kathryn Koffs,
Lillian Kudish, Blanche Perotta,
Olga Prince, Frances Reiben,
(Tira Rosen, Anne Weinrib and
Alice Wise.
I The show will be coordinated
'and staged by Saks Fifth Avenue
i with gifts by Estee Lauder.
' Reservations for the show and
: luncheon may be made by calling
the Israel Bond office.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach
County
ORTHODOX
AITZ CHAIM CONGREGATION CENTURY VILLAGE
W Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath Services 9 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Dally Services8:15 a.m. and 5 p.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Harry Sliver,
President. Services daily 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays and
Holidays 9 a.m. Phone: 499-7407. Temple No. 499-9229
REFORM
ITEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida
33407 833-8421 Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L Levine,
Associate Rabbi Sabbath Worship Services, Friday at 8:15
p.m. Sunday Torah Seminars at 10:30 a.m.
ITEMPLE BETH EL OF BOCA RATON
333 S.W. Fourt Avenue, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 Phone: 391-
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath
Services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.* Saturday, 9:15 a.m. Torah Study
with Rabbi Merle E. Singer 10:30 a.m. Sabbath Morning Sen
. vices
| THE REFORM HEBREW CONGREGATION OF DELRAY
At St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901, Delray Beach, Fla. 33444 Fri-
day at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Samuel Silver President Lawrence
Sommers, 272-2908
TEMPLE BETH TORAH OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
West Palm Beach, Fla. 33411 Sabbath Services, Friday at 8:15
p.m. At. St. David's In the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill
Blvd. and Willington Trace Mailing address: 1125 Jack Pine
St., West Palm Beach, Fla. 33411 President Ronnie
Kramer 793-2700________________
CONSERVATIVE-LIBERAL
TEMPLE ETERNAL LIGHT
The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 368-
1600, 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Rosayn Fridays at 8:15 p.m.
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Rd. (1
mile west of Boca Turnpike)
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, PI. 33407 Phone
833-0339 Rabbi Asher Bar-Zev Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sab-
bath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Daily
Minyan at 8:15 a.m., Sunday at 9 a.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI SHOLOM
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33409 Phone 684-
3212 Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Schect-
man Cantor Arthur B. Rosenwasser Services: Dally 8:30 am.
and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8:30 am. and 5 p.m.; Late Service 8:15
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 am., 5 p.m.
followed by Shalah Sudos.
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
Boynton Beach, Fla. Phone 732-2555 Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9
a.m. Congregational Church, 115 N. Federal Highway
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
315 N. -A' Street, Lake Worth, Fla. 33480Phone: 585-
5020 Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Ser-
vices: Mondays and Thursdays at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday at 9 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Sabbath Services, Friday at B p.m. Saturday at 10 a.m. West-
minster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail, Palm
Beach Gardens, 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach, Fla.
Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Mardar Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
224 N.W. Avenue 'G,' Belle Glade, Fla. 33430 Jack Stateman,
Cantor Sabbath Services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
TEMPLE B'NAI JACOB
275 Alemelda Drive, Palm Springs, Fla. 33461 Sabbath ser-
vices: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. President Barnett
Briskman Phone: 967-4962 Mondays and Thursdays at 9
a.m. Services held at Faith United Presbyterian Church, Palm
Springs
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 Phone: 392-
8566 Rabbi Nathan Zelizer Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15
p.m., Saturday at 9:30 a.m.
TEMPLE EMETH OF THE DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, Fla. 33446 Phone:
276-3536 Morris Silberman, Rabbi Leonard Price, Can
tor Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9
a.m. Daily Minyans at 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Road, Palm Beach, Fla. 33480 Phone: 832-
0804 Cantor David Da'dashti Sabbath Services: Friday at
8:30 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m.


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 19
|Max Shapiro Heads Century Village Drive Florida Delegates at
Histadrut Conclave
nr Marvin Roaenberg,
'chairman of the board. Palm
wh County State of Israel
goads, announced today that
Max Shapiro haa been named
chairman of the Century Village
campaign for State of Iarael
Bonds.
Dr. Roaenberg congratulated
both Shapiro and Century Village
for the choice of chairman,
saying: "Max B. Shapiro is an
excellent choice for chairman of
the Century Village Iarael Bond
Campaign. He and hie charming
wife, Maye, have been active in
Jewish and community affairs
both in Jamaica, L.I., prior to
their making their home here,
and in Century Village and West
(Palm Beach. At Hillcreat Jewish
Center, Max was chairman of the
board twice, and president of the
congregation. He ia a former
hairman of the board of Anshei
Jholom and ia currently firat vice
president. When he chaired the
Anshei Sholom campaign for
Israel Bonds two years ago, he
showed us how effective a
chairman he can be."
Shapiro, whose deep interest in
the cultural affairs and education
has kept him busy with such
services to the community as
serving on the board of trustees
of the Jewish Community Day
School, announced that a
Steering Committee, including
Abe Bisgaier, Joe Dorf, Victor
Duke, Jack Hoffman, Harry
Lemer, Nat Raskin, Oscar
Slutsky, Jack Shait, and Sam
Wadler, has met to begin plans
for what he believes will be the
most successful Israel Bond
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mittee representing all areas of
Century Village is in the process
of formation.
SHAPIRO SAID the Bond
campaign here will continue to
provide development funds to
keep Israel economically strong
so the nation can continue to
grow and prosper in a period that
is ushering in peace for the first
time in Israel's history.
"Israel's economy has made
remarkable strides in three
decades," he continued. "IsraeJ
Bonda ia proud to have played a
role in this progress, and we will
continue to do our part in the
concentrated effort to help build
the nation.
"Even greater challenges than
before confront us," Shapiro said.
"With the peace treaty between
Israel and Egypt, and with the
prospect for peace with Israel's
other neighbors, Israel faces the
greatest challenge, perhaps, in its
history."
The changing political and
historical background, the new
chairman explained, haa
fashioned a new mandate for
Israel Bonds that includes
renewed strengthening of the
country's infrastructure, such as
the expansion of roads, com-
munications, irrigation, electric
power, transport, and other
facilities, and a massive
development program in the
Negev. The reason for this, he
went on to say, is that with the
signing of the peace treaty, there
must be a redeployment of
civilian and military population
from the Sinai, and construction
of new installations in the Negev,
that will cost billions of dollars.
The Negev's potential represents
one of Israel Bonda major
directives and responsibilities.
"THE PEOPLE of Israel are
prepared to continue to make
personal sacrifices for the cause
of lasting peace," Shapiro said,
"but we must match that effort
through the purchase of Israel
Bonds."
It is important to keep in mind,
the chairman said, that although
major support emanates from the
Jewish community, more and
more non-Jews and non-Jewish
institutions are contributing
support, with nearly 26 per cent
of sales now coming from the
no n-Jewish community. He
expressed his confidence that the
Century Village campaign will be
the most successful in the history
of Israel Bonds in Palm Beach
County.
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Friday, November 16,1979
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