Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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

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wJewisti Filartidli'a in
/plume 5-Number 26
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICI" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach Coonty
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, December 28,1979
I FrtdShochtt
Price 35 Cents

Federation Presents Check at UJA Conference
NEW YORK Seven million
lollars in pledges were converted
to a9h during the United Jewish
Appeal 1980 National Conference
New York City.
The Jewish Federation of Palm
beach County joined a list of 33
mmunities from across the
intry as they presented checks
Akiva Lewinsky, treasurer of
e Jewish Agency, and UJA
tional cash chairman Edgar L.
den. All monies received were
mvarded to the United Israel
ppeal for immediate tran-
nission to the Jewish Agency in
srael.
The conference cash collection
elped create a first-week
lecember total exceeding last
tar's results for the same period
by $1.4 million. Caution was
urged, however, by Jewish
Agency secretary-general Harry
Rosen, in a telephone call from
Israel to cash chairman Cadden.
Rosen emphasized the shortfall of
47 million in the budget for the
current fiscal year, which ends in
five months, and the resultant
need for even stronger cash
collection efforts.
Collections to date for
December, according to Cadden,
have reached $10 million, against
a projected goal of 1100 million
for the month. The remaining $90
million is an achievable figure,
Cadden stated, urging all
communities to turn to cash
receivables, reserves and en-
dowment funds to produce the
cash necessary to reach that goal.
Petrodollars Shackle
College Classes
NEW YORK A
jrowing infusion of Arab
trodo liars into American
Jniversities is posing a
threat to academic freedom
pnd integrity, according to
comprehensive report by
|he Anti-Defamation
|icague of B'nai B'rith.
The report notes that more
than a dozen schools have been
offered large sums of money in
be form of gifts, grants and
lucrative contracts from Arab
overnments and other Arab-ori-
nted sources. "While not all ne-
ed." said Kennneth J.
Bialkin, chairman of ADL's
lational executive committee,
Ithe experience of some which
|id, raises at the very least,
erious questions concerning
Ssues of curriculum control,
ower in student or faculty
election and possible dis-
riminatory practices against
pews."
THE REPORT says that
Georgetown University, the Uni-
versity of Southern California,
uke, New York University and
Syracuse University are among
hose which have accepted
onies or contracts. Among
khools which have not, or which
nthdrew from negotiations, are
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, the University of
Pennsylvania, and a "Midwest
University consortium for
International Activities"
made up of Michigan State
University and the Universities
of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin
and Minnesota.
The Consortium cancelled a
contract with Saudi Arabia
because a Jewish professor was
refused entry to that nation; a
deal between M IT and the Saudis
also collapsed over the issue of
religious discrimination. The
University of Pennsylvania falls
into both categories having
accepted a $100,000 grant from
the Sultan of Oman to promote
Arab and Islamic studies but
turned down a lucrative proposal
from Libya, which has supported
international terrorists, for the
development of a curriculum for
teaching Middle Eastern history
and culture in American Sec-
ondary schools.
The university said it doubted
'the wisdom of accepting foreign
funding for the development of
curricula studying the history
and culture of the area from
which the funds are coming."
BIALKIN said that "willing-
ness to tap the Arabs' growing
Continued on Page 4
At the United Jewish Appeal National Conference in New York City, Alan L. Shulman (center),
president of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, presented a check to Edgar L.
Cadden, UJA national cash chairman (left) and Akiva Lewinsky, treasurer of the Jewish
Agency.
Poland to
Refurbish
Plaza
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
President Carter's Commission
on the Holocaust has announced
that the government of Poland
has agreed to "refurbish" the
Umschlag Platz in Warsaw where
more than 500,000 Warsaw Jews
were deported to Nazi ex-
termination camps, principally
Treblinka, during World War II.
The Commission said that in
recent years only a small plaque
had marked the site, and a
gasoline station was built on it.
While traveling to Eastern
Europe, Denmark and Israel
earlier this year, Commission
members "brought this in-
sensitivity" to the attention of
the Polish government. "Today,"
the Commission said, "word has
been received of the Polish
government's plans to refurbish
the plaza and honor this im-
portant site of deportation.
Women's Division
'Pacesetters'
Plan $500 Lunch
ELIE WIESEL,
Continued on Page 4
the
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County will hold its Pacesetters
Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan.
16, at the home of Mrs. Morris
Messing, Palm Beach. The guest
speaker will be Mrs. Lily Nesher,
former member of Israel's
Foreign Ministry.
Sheila Engelstein is chairman
for the event; Marlene Burns will
serve as co-chairman. "As
chairman of this luncheon,"
stated Mrs. Engelstein, "I
believe that our community will
respond to the 1980 Women's
Division Campaign with an
unprecedented enthusiasm to
Jewish needs in our community
and overseas. I know that Anne
Faivus, Campaign chairman and
Marilyn Lamport, associate
Campaign chairman, are also
confident that the Pacesetters
category will move ahead to new
heights this year."
"Our Pacesetters Luncheon
will give every one of us the
opportunity to listen and to
respond to the urgent need for
strength and unity in these
critical times," added Mrs.
Bums. Members of the Pace-
setters Luncheon Committee are:
Mary Bachrach, Rhoda Cole,
Sheryl Davidoff, Rose Freed, Liz
Freilich, Florence Katz, Detra
Kay, Staci Lesser, Jeanne Levy,
Cynnie List, Marjorie
Schimelman, Barbara Schwartz.
Barbara Shulman, Anne Tanen,
Barbara Tanen, Judy Waltzer.
Invitations are in the mail. For
more information, call the
Women's Division at the
Federation office.
Sen. Kennedy to Speak at ADL Dinner Here
* Edward Kennedy
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of
Massachusetts will be the guest
speaker at the National
Inaugural Dinner of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, it was announced by
Maxwell E. Greenberg, ADL's
national chairman.
The dinner will he held on Feb.
7, at the Breakers Hotel in Palm
Beach.
American Jewish leaders from
across the nation will be present
at the event, which will highlight <
ADL's National Executive
Committee meeting in Palm
Beach, Feb. 7-10. Each year,
prominent leaders convene at the
meeting to explore problems and
resolve issues vital to ADL's
national program of education
and social action.
Now it its 66th year, ADL is
one of the oldest and largest
human rights agencies in the
United States. Operating
through its national
headquarters in New York, 26 ,
regional offices around the
country, an office in Jerusalem
and one in Paris, the League
combats anti-Semitism and other
forms of bigotry, promotes in-
terriligious understanding and
cooperation, and conducts an
extensive informational program
on the Middle East and Israel.
Sen. Kennedy is chairman of
the U.S. Senate Judiciary
Committee and a member of its
subcommittees on Antitrust,
Monopoly and Human Rights;
Criminal Justice; and
Improvements in Judicial
Machinery. He also chairs the
Subcommittee on Health and
Scientific Research of the Senate
Labor and Human Resources
Committee, and the Sub
committee on Energy of th.
Senate Joint Economic Com
mittee.
The ADL Palm Beach regional
office is located at 120 South
Olive Ave., West Palm Beach.


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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pi
Friday, December 28, |
With the :
Organizations
HADASSAH
The Yovel Creep of Hi
will hold its regular meeting on
Thursday. Jan 17. at 1290 p.m.
at Congregation Anshei Sholom.
with a program featuring the
Mekxiears. directed by Fannie
I shkow. and accompanied by
Seima Cohen, presenting a
musical cantata entitled "If I
Forget Thee. O Jerusalem.' The
narrators will be Rene* Simon
and Belle Jayson
A hincheon in support of
Youth Aliyah will be held at the
Ramada Inn on Jan. 29. Make
reservations with Sylvia Lipnick
Plans are being made for a
dinner and show at the Royal
Palm Dmner Theatre on Wednes-
day afternoon. Feb 20.
Youth Activities Services will
benefit from a luncheon to be held
at Gentleman Jim s on Feb. 27.
Ruth Herman is chairman.
The Tikvaa Greap of
Hirtimh board meeting wiD be
held on Thursday. Jan. 10. at 10
a.m. Board secretary May Shieff
ill notify board members as to
place of meeting
The regular meeting ri be
held on Monday. Jan 21. at
30 pjn. at Anaha Sholom. An
int< jesting program is being
planned
HMO Chai hincheon will be
held or. Thursday. Jan I", at the
Ramada Inn Guest
Hilda Ruby and rmreical
:ainmen: by Dorothy and Arthur
Jams musoti group Contact Roi
Obver
A %-outh abyah dinner wiL be
held on Sunday Feb 24. at the
Kirklane School A kosher
chicken dmner wil be served
Entertainment and ''""i
Come and celebrate Punm
The Board of L*k* Werih-
^ooth Paaaa Beach Chapter of
-iedweaaaj will meet or. Wednes-
lay Jan ? at am at the First
Bank and Truss of Lake W orth
.->n Military Trail
The Golda Meir Bey at an
Beach Chapter of Tlariaiiaah wil
hole a State of Israel Bond
brunch on Sunday morning Jan
20. at the Breakers Hotei Cost is
flO.iw1 par reaan-ation Rose
Burns wil be honored for her
service to the Jewsh community
and the lsme- Band dnve Guest
speaker wil be Dr Miriam
Freunc Rosenthal
The chapter wiL hole ax adu
ration-study group meeting or
Monday Jan at ..' a.rr. at the
Congregationa. Church Federal
Highway. Boynton Beach Slides
of paintings by famous Jewish
artists will be shown and dis-
cussed by Blaise and Jean Budai.
The chapter's board meeting
will be held Jan. 10 at 1230 p.m.
at the Bonanza Restaurant in the
Gulfstream Mall
A Youth Aliyah Chai"
banquet honoring founder Elsie
Pitkin wil be held on Wednes
dav. Jan. 16. at noon at the
Vintage, 715 South Federal
Highway. Donation of *1 Swill go
to the Youth Aliyah program
A regular meeting will be held
Thursday. Jan 17. at 12:90 p.m
at Temple Beth Sholom. Lake
Worth
Hadaaeah events:
Thursday. Jan. 14. a day at Ha-
inan Racetrack Donation of $11
per person includes trans-
portation, entrance fee. reserved
seat, program For reservations.
phone Gene Fermaghch or Jean
Peckman
Tuesday. Feb. 5. a visit to
Morikami Museum. Dekay. then
on to Debar Mall for lunch Ion
vour own) and shopping Trans-
portation. K.S0. Make reser-
vations with Lillian Schack or
MeePodwol
Wednesday. Feb 27. annual
pledge luncheon for the benefit of
Hadassah Medical Organiratiott.
at the Breakers Syhria Citric and
Florence Shapiro are taking
reservations
Augusta Steinhardt.
\ice president contmt
in elementary Hebrew. and is also
planning a three session series or.
post-Biblical history. Phone
Augusta for particulars.
WOMEN'S OKT
Women s American ORT's
Thrift Stare, located at SS4
Clematis St.. West Palm Beach
b in need of contributions of
household items, electrical items,
furniture, linens, etc
Arrangements wil be made to
pick up any articles if you have
them to contribute Call the
Thrift Store This contribution is
tax-exempt
West Palm chapter af
W assess Aaaerieaa ORT will
have t genera; meeting or Tues-
day Jar I at 13 r. m at
\nsbe Sho'iom Tempif in Can-
ary Village Mrs Ruth Baker of
the Pahx Beach County Health
Department wiE speak or good
nutrition
Or. Saturday Jan a, ORT wfli
attend a matinee show Mame.'
at the Royal Pahx Dinner
Theatre Proceeds to Bramsox
School and school buildings
Cemia-y Chapter, will meet on
Thursday. Jan. 10. at 1 p.m. at
Temple Anshei Sholom. The
program will be Mini Reviews of
Books with Jewish Themes. by-
Helen Nussbaum. All are
welcome.
Jan. 17. Thursday. Luncheon
and card partr at the New Great
Wall. Century Plaza Shopping
Center.
Feb. 9. Saturday matinee
Showboat" at West Palm Beach
Auditorium. Seats: $8.
Aprfl 20-23. 4 days. 3 nights at
Lido Spa S107 double oc-
cupancy, includes everything
except transportation.
The Jan. 15 general member-
ship meeting of Covered Bridge
ihapln of ORT normally held at
the Lake Worth City Hall Annex
has been cancelled. Instead, a
dessert and card party will be
bald at the Covered Bridge dub-
bouse on Thursday. Jan. 24 at
12:90 p.m. Door prizes will be
offered and a donation of $2 is
requested.
Covered Bridge chapter of
ORT will sponsor a night at the
Harness Races at the Pompano
Race Track on Saturday. Feb. 9,
at 6 30 p.m. A sit-down dinner in
the Founders Room will be priced
at S12 per person and includes
parking fees and gratuities.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Golda Meir Club of
riaaiit Woaaea will bold its next
meeting on Wednesday. Jan. 9.
at 1 pjn. at Congregation Ansbe
Sholom Mildred Bimbaum and
The Musical Notes wiD entertain.
On Sunday. Feb 17. at 12:30
pjn. the Golda Meir Club of
Pioneer Women will hold a box
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Lane School, off Military Trail.
The donation is S6. Resentt ions
may be made with Betty Osur
or" with Toba Brown For
transportation contact Ann
Kramer at Bedford F-156.
lTDDISH CULTURE GROUP
On Jan S. the Yiddish Cahure
Groan presents Ben Weiss,
violinist. m a program of musical
selections accompanied by Hen-
rietta Gardner on the piano
Clare Kay of Deerfield Beach,
soprano, will once again enter -
lam. accompanied by Mildred
Rimbaum on piano.
The Jan U program of Yid-
dish Culture will feature Max
Lubert singing Yiddish and Eng-
lish songs, accompanied by
Mildred Bimbaum on piano and
Ms Kahn on cello.
Sarr. Fmkenthal will read a
short story m Enghah and Fanny
Greenberg concert pianist, will
play
nUal B'RITH WOMEN
B 'nai B'nth Woaaen. Boyntoa
Beach chapter, aill meet Jan 14.
p.m.. at Temple Beth
Shoiom. Lake Worth
January is annual membership
montr. Guest speaker for
this meeting wiD be Carole
Romer vice chairwoman of B nai
Brsh Soutx Coastal Region
Members anc guests are invited.
Refreshments wul be served
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But B ntfc Women
Chapter is sponsoring a buffet
luncheor. and shoe Mame," on
Wednesday Jan ft. at the Royal
Pane Dinner Theatre m Boca
Raton Car poois will be
arrangec
For reservations call Frances
Chodost nr Frances Bisom
Next genera, meeting of
Manani Chapter wiL he Jan. tt
B-NA1 BUTH
The NeetB Coearty B'nai B nth
Lode* wil! have its next meeting
-it w eanesocy Jar. I a: j- pjn
.be Woodland Lakes
Clubhouse Pain Beach Gardens
a: furtner miormauor contact
Dt Stuart Wannck
NATIONAL COUNCIL ,
OF JEWISH WOMEN
Okeechobee Section of
National Council of Jewiah
Women will hold its board
meeting on Thursday. Jan. 3, at
10 a.m.. at the home of Ruth
Glass: and its regular meeting on
Thursday. Jan. 17. at 12:45 p.m.
at the Century Village Holiday
Inn.
On Jan. 23. 1980. the Palm
Beach Section of National
Council of Jewish Women will
sponsor the annual support
hincheon at the Breakers Hotel.
Mrs. Mark* Halper of St. Paul.
Minn., will speak on NCJW
projects in Israel. Mrs. Halper is
a past National Vice President.
Minimum donation for the after-
noon is $25. For information and
reservations, call Mrs. Fred
Singer.
Feb. 12-14. 1980. promises
happy days for Palm Beach
Section members and their
friends in the community. Art
Showcase: 1980 will be pre-
sented. Artists working in
various media will be displaying
and selling their work. There will
be a special opening night
planned and invitations and
information wiD be in the mail
shortly.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
FOR ISRAEL
The Sabra chapter 0f tk.
Women's Le^ue for I9rM Jg
meet on Wednesday, Jan 9 ,
t^hOD?!J:f M- LUlian Benn.4
of Stratford. '
Members are asked to brine
their reservations and money S
thL?T0.,\anni,Versary luncheon
scheduled for Jan. 15 at B-
nard's Restaurant.
UJS.-ISRAELI
LIGHTHOUSE
America. IaraeU Lighthoo*
will hold its next meeting Thurs
day. Jan. 10 at noon, at the
Hobday Inn. Program is musicj
entertainment. Auction sale to he
held March 13. ""*
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
Deborah Hospital Foundation
wiD hold its next meeting on
Monday, Jan. 10, at noon at the
Anshei Sholom Synagogue.
An interesting program is
being planned by a represee
tative of the Southern BeD
Telephone Co.
A luncheon at the Ramada Inn
wiU be held on Jan. 8 in honor of
Mary FriedwaM. who is im-
mediate past president of the
group.
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Holiday Greetings
Joseph Rubin
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of Jewish tradition.
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Utr*kr, Beach Laraara
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[Friday. December 28,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3
The Fountains Will Host
Fundraising Social Events
The Fountains Committee,
Laded by David Uchill and
Bernard Lamstein, has planned
land organized its campaign for
line 198 Je*8n Federation of
Ipalm Beach County Combined
Ijewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
[Fund.
I Wednesday, Jan. 9,1980, from
|4 to 6 p.m., six simultaneous
Icocktail parties will be con-
Iducted, one at each court at the
iFountains, at which time three of
|tne top leaders of the Jewish
iFederation will be guest
ers.
Alan L. Shulman, president of
[the Jewish Federation of Palm
iBeach County, will speak to the
Residents of Esedra and
Luxemburg Courts.
Barbara Shulman, president of
the Women's Division, will
Jaddress D'Este and Tivoli
Iresidents, and Robert S. Levy,
jrneral campaign chairman, will
guest speaker at Trevi and
iGefion Courts.
Bemie Lamstein said, "We at
the Fountains are fortunate and
honored to have as our guest
speakers three fine and
distinguished Jewish communal
leaders. Their respective com-
mitments to the Jewish people, to
Israel and their own Jewish
community here in Palm Beach
County are exemplary."
The Fountains committee
anticipates a very large and
enthusiastic turnout for each of
the court cocktail parties.
Dave Uchill added, "Much
work has gone into the planning
of this year's campaign and it is
only through the tremendous
efforts of the good people at the
Fountains that 1980 promises to
be a record breaking year. We are
very pleased."
Hosting the affairs are: Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Colchamiro,
Tivoli Court; Mr. and Mrs. David
Dickson, Esedra Court; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Draizin, Luxemburg
Court; Mr. and Mrs. David
Ehrenreich, D'Este Court; Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Gruber, Gefion
Court and Fountain Drive; Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Manning, Trevi
Court.
Court chairpersons are: D'Este
Court-Ann Greenberg, Esther
Kukoff, Bianca Rosenblum,
Lillian Zola; Esedra Court-
Magda Bergstein, Ray Lassin,
Mae Segal, Annette Schreiber;
Gefion Court and Fountain
Drive-Shirley Golden, Barbara
Greenebaum, Eileen Lewinstein,
Pepi Silverstein; Luxemburg
Court-Dorothy Freidman,
Mildred Grossman, Rhoda Katz,
Ida Polan; Tivoli Court-Kate
Diamond and Mim Pauker; Trevi
Court-Lillian Farber, Beatrice
Lamstein, Doris Snyderman,
Rose Uchill.
Augmenting its campaign the
Fountains will hold its annual
UJA-Federation Golf Tour-
nament on Sunday, Jan. 20,1980.
Residents of the Fountains are
urged to register now for that
event. Cocktails, luncheon and a
guest speaker will follow a round
of golf.
Moskowitz to Continue in
Village Roy ale Effort
Al Moskowitz of Boynton Federation of Palm Beach
Jeach has again assumed the County's 1980 Combined Jewish
IhairmanshiD of the Jewish Appeal effort in Village Royale
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In continuing this respon-
sibility, Moskowitz expressed the
hope that the results this year
will exceed those of 1979, "even
though that was a good year."
Moskowitz, a native New
Yorker, received his education in
that city while attending the City
College of New York from which
he received a B. S. and B. B. A.
degree, followed by a Master of
Arts degree from New York
University.
Professionally, he taught
health and physical education in
New York's secondary school
system for 35 years. He also
coached soccer and football
teams, and was associated in
various capacities with youth
camps over a 20-year span. He
owned and managed his own
summer camp in Pennsylvania
for 20 years.
Moskowitz was president of his
building in the condominium
complex and founded a number of
on-going activities and
organizations at Village Royale.
He also was involved in Jewish
affairs, participating actively in
B'nai B'rith, the annual Israel
Bond drive, the United Jewish
Appeal and the Men's Club of
Temple Beth Sholom.
He is a member of ZOA, the
American Jewish Congress and a
Hadassah associate. He has been
to Israel twice and has traveled
extensively in Europe, Canada,
Mexico and throughout the
United States.
At this point, Moskowitz is
recruiting a team of solicitors and
plans to launch the Village
Royale campaign upon his return
from the West Coast.
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Friday, December 28,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Act of Fanatics
Orthodox Zealots Vandalize Brooklyn Synagogue
By ADENA BERKOWITZ
NEW YORK (JTA) -
The rabbi of a Conservative
synagogue in the Boro Park
section of Brooklyn that
was vandalized last Friday
by Orthodox Jewish
zealots, said it was "the act
of a few irresponsible young
fanatics and not the work of
any responsible organized
group."
Rabbi Baruch Silverstein
of Temple Emanu-El, told
the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, however, that
"one has to blame the at-
mosphere which breeds
such intolerance for Jews
who don't practice the way
they do."
BUT THE rabbi noted that the
flood of sympathy calls he has
been receiving since the incident
included many from Orthodox
rabbis and other members of the
heavily Orthodox-populated
community. The act was also
strongly condemned in state-
ments by Reform and Orthodox
rabbis and by two national
Jewish leaders.
Temple bmanu-El, the only
Conservative house of worship in
the Brooklyn neighborhood, was
attacked by members of a group
calling itself TORAH. An
unidentified person claiming to
be a spokesman for the group
said it was an acronym for
"Tough Orthodox Rabbis and
Hasidim." They claimed respon-
sibility for shattering stained
glass windows and spray-
painting swastikas and a slogan
in Hebrew, "May Their Names
Be Erased" on the walls of the
temple.
The spokesman refused to say
how many Jews took part in the
vandalism. He claimed the act
was the beginning of an Ortho-
dox-Hasidic campaign against
Conservative and Reform syn-
agogues throughout the city.
UK SAID a Reform synagogue
in Boro Park, Rodeph Sholom,
was ignored because it is "too
small" to be of concern to his
group. He said the campaign
against non-Orthodox
synagogues was to protest the
inroads" by the Conservative
and Reform movements in Israel
and that the TORAH group con-
sidered Reform Jews no more
Jewish than "Jews for Jesus."
Silverstein, who was bom in
Europe, commented on the irony
that this group "hates me with as
much intensity as Hitler did."
SiUirstein studied at the Mirrer
Yeahiva and at Yeshiva Univer-
sity before attending the Jewish
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vice president of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America, called the vandal-
izing of Temple Emanu-El an
"ugly and repugnant act."
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HE SAID, "I can think of no
Jew who wouldn't condemn such
an act regardless of his ideo-
logical bent." He added, "I don't
believe any Jew will be convinced
to change his ways by employing
the methods of Esau.
Rabbi Nisson Wolpin, a long-
time resident of the Boro Park
community who is editor of the
Agudat Israel organ Jewish
Observer, told the JTA, "This
action doesn't represent any
responsible group, and one can
only stand back in horror at acts
of vandalism committed in the
name of Torah." Wolpin said he
was expressing his personal
viewpoint.
The vandalism was denounced
as well by a leading Reform rabbi
and two national Jewish leaders.
Rabbi Alexander Schindler,
president of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, who
was in Toronto at the time, at-
tending the 55th biennial conven-
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Friday, December
28.1979
Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry Rally
Blanche SUverman, Jewish community affairs chairman of Palm Beach County Women's
Amencan ORT. and co-chairman of the Rally, thanks the participants of the Torch of Freedom ^terTAirUnes pilot delivers the Torch of Freedom to (left to
right) Evan Jagoda-USY, Renee Lampert-USY, and Pamela
Roberts-JCDS.
Over 300 people attended the Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry Rally on Dec. 9. The program was
convened by Women's American ORT Palm Beach County Region in cooperation with the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, and other local major Jeuish organizations.
Marian Siner Gordon, former
assistant attorney general of
the state of New York, was the
keynote speaker for the Wom-
en's Plea for Soviet Jewry
Rally. Ms. Gordon spoke of
the plight of Ida Nude I.
refusenik and prisoner of con-
science, who was denied an
exit visa to Israel and is im-
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Friday-December28-1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach Count
Page 7
Menorah Chapels Take Part In Planting Forest
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Menorah Chapels, located in
c,mri"e Deerfield Beach and
Sate, has become the first
Cith Florida funeral firm to
bounce full participation in the
planting of a memorial forest in
[ahav, located near Beersheba in
Israel's Negev Desert.
The purpose of the evergreen
forest is twofold. From the
practical standpoint, it is part of
[he Jewish National Funds
(JNF) effort to reclaim desert
land. On a spiritual level, the
forest is a living memorial for the
Jewish people.
In participating in the
program, Menorah Chapels is
planting a tree in the forest for
each funeral service conducted at
one of its chapels.
PLANTING in the Jewish
National Funeral Directors of
America Memorial Forest at
Lahav began eight years ago.
Since then, more than 50
American Jewish funeral firms
and several firms in Canada have
helped create a lush forest with
more than $500,000 in plantings,
as part of JNF efforts for the
"greening of Israel," begun with
the organization's start in 1901.
Israeli land owned by the
Jewish National Fund is the
property of all Jewish people
worldwide. Jews from all nations
have traditionally planted trees
in Israel through the fund, to
commemorate births, weddings
and other happy occasions, as
well as to observe memorials.
To date the JNF has planted
more than 150 million trees and
reclaimed more than 160,000
of desert land. Since the
acres
founding of the Israeli state in
1948, tree-planting programs
have helped boost the total
forested land sixfold.
The tradition of planting trees
to commemorate milestones in
one's life grew from Israel's
needs, but also from Biblical
tradition, according to Mark
Weissman, director for Menorah
Chapels.
"THERE ARE references
throughout the Old Testament
that link the life of man to the life
of the trees around him,"
Weissman said. "At the Jewish
Funeral Directors of America
Memorial Forest there is the Tree
of Life Memorial Wall, with
intertwined Chai's, the Hebrew
word for life.
"On the memorial it reads 'For
Man is like the tree of the field,' a
phrase from Deuteronomy 20:19.
Each tree in the forest honors the
memory of an individual Jewish
person. Just as the separate trees
join to form a single, lush forest,
the memory of the individual
Jewish person becomes part of
the legacy of all the Jewish
people."
Jewish tradition even has its
own Arbor Day, Tu B'Shevat,
which the sage Hillel regarded as
the date from which the age of a
tree should be reckoned for the
purpose of assessing fruit tithes.
The day marks the end of the
Israeli rainy season, when new
sap starts to rise in the trees. It is
celebrated by the planting of
trees by schooi children.
Surrounded by other forests,
the Jewish Funeral Directors of
America Memorial Forest is the
largest in the area, according to
Charles Steiner of San Francisco,
one of the executive directors of
the fund.
"THE TREE of Life has long
had cultural and religious
significance for the Jewish
people," Steiner said. "Seeing the
planting of trees as a fitting
memorial, the funeral directors
joined efforts to create a living
symbol of continuity."
Menorah Chapels supply the
family of each individual
memorialized with a special
Jewish National Fund certificate
bearing the drawing of the Tree
of Life Memorial in the forest.
Community Calendar
DEC. 29
Temple Israel Canlorial Concert
Jan. 1
American Jewish Congress 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith #2939
board 10 a.m.
Jan. 2
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary #408 1 p.m. Hadassah Lake
Worth South Palm Beach board 10 a.m. Women's
American ORT, Palm Beach County Region Executive 9:30
a.m.
Jan. 3
Hadassah Chai board 11 a.m. Women's American ORT -
Evening 8 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women -
Okeechobee Unit board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav
I p.m. Hadassah Palm Beach County 10 a.m. Hadassah -
West Palm Beach board
Jan. 6
Jewish Federation Physicians Division 10 a.m. Israel Bonds -
Hadassah, So. Palm Beach Brunch Breakers
Jan. 7
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood board 9:45 a.m. American
Jewish Committee board 7:30 p.m. Temple Israel Sisterhood
Board 10 a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club -
board 10 a.m. Women's American ORT Royal Palm Beach -
board 9:30 a.m. Temple Beth El sisterhood board 8 p.m.
Jewish Family & Children's Service executive 7:30 p.m.
Hadassah Golda Meir study group 10 a.m. Jewish Com-
munity Day School board 8 p.m. Congregation Anshei
Sholom board 9:45 a.m.
Jan. 8
American Jewish Congress board 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
*239 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth El board 8 p.m. Hadassah -
Henrietta Szold board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith #3041 board -
3:30 p.m. Temple Beth David executive 8 p.m. Women's
American ORT West Palm Beach 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Committee of Anti-Defamation League Bonanza Restaurant,
Boynton Beach
Jan. 9
Jewish Federation Women's Division Executive Meeting- 11:45
a.m. Jewish Fedeiation Executive Committee 8 p.m.
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club board 7:30 p.m. National
Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach board 10 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom board 1 p.m. Pioneer Women
- Golda Meir 1 p.m. Temple Beth David Sisterhool board 8
p.m.
Ib.1I
Hadassah Tikvah board 10 a.m. Hadassah Shalom board -
' P.m. Hadassah Yovel board 10 a.m. Temple Beth
^nolom Lake Worth-boord-9:30 a.m. Hadassah Bat Gurion-
board 9:45 a.m. Hadassah Golda Meir board 12:30 p.m.
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Dr. Bernard Reisman (left) of
Brandeis University was the
keynote speaker at a seminar
on Jewish Family Life held on
Dec. 5. The program was
sponsored by the Palm Beach
Chapter of the American Jew-
ish Committee in cooperation
with the Jewish Family &
Children's Service, Jewish
Community Day School, Jew-
ish Community Center and
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County. Pictured with
him is Ilene Silber, chairper-
son of the event.
Attending the family life
seminar, sponsored by the
Palm Beach Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee,
are deft to right) Norman J.
Schimelman, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County; Brenda
Shapiro, Florida area director
for the American Jewish Com-
mittee; Sylvan Cole and Ben
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, December I
Singer Island Educational Program Set
Robert Fitterman. a member of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County board of directors
and a resident of Singer Island,
has organized, in cooperation
with Federation staff, an
educational meeting for people
living on Singer Island, to be held
Wednesday evening, Jan. 15, at 8
p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 2700 No.
Ocean Drive.
Fitterman said, "I am pleased
to announce that Alan L.
Shulman, president of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, has agreed to host and
address this educational
meeting."
The educational program has
been designed to oner residents
of Singer Island an opportunity
to learn about the Jewish
Cynnie List (left), chairman for the Women's Division $1,000
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residents to meet and socialize
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interested in attending 2
meeting should call
Federation office for
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, the
further
Beth El Sisterhood
To Fete Mrs. Lang
Temple Beth El Sisterhood wul
honor Mrs. Blanche Lang at the
annual Donor Luncheon at the
Breakers on Tuesday, Jan. IB, at
noon.
Selena Jacobson and Florence
Katz will co-chair the "Our
Woman of Many Hats" lunch
honoring Mrs. Lai
Mrs. Lang ac-
tively has parti-
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both Jewish and
secular life. She
has been mem-
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president, corres-
ponding secre-
tary and chaired
-numerous Tem-
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Mrs. Lang
She is a member of Hadassah
B'nai B'rith, League of Women
Voters and the Federation
Women's Division Board.
Mrs. Lang is a member of the
North Palm Beach PTA Board
and Girl Scout Planning Com-
mittee. She is also a member of
the North Palm Beach Recreation
Board, one of the first members
appointed by the mayor, and she
is secretary of the Civic Associ-
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A variety musical of song and
dance will be presented by the
Star Troupe Repertory Pn>
ductions.
For further information,
contact Temple Beth El.
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TheJewishFloridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9

Registration *egm for Midrasha ffigh School
is now taking are now availahla a i.~_ ___ .. *^ _
Registration ia now taking are now available. A large
we for the winter term of the number of catalogs has been
idrasha Judaica High School of mailed out to eligible students
additional copies and
it
Dr. Haviva
Midrasha ad-
\'ftlm Beach County. "All Jewish
I teen agers in grades nine through
twelve are eligible to enroll in the
Lewly formed high school,"
was announced by
iLangenauer,
Iministrator.
"A number of groups in our
Icommunity have combined
I resources in order to improve and
I enrich the Jewish education
Iavailable to our teen-agers," she
| stated.
Sponsors of the joint program
I are Temple Beth David, Temple
I Beth El. Temple Israel, the
Lewish Community Day School
[and the Jewish Federation of
I Palm Beach County.
Winter term catalogs, with full
linformation on course offerings
but
registration blanks are available
from the sponsoring
organizations and from the
Jewish Federation.
The registration and book fee
of $26 covers both the winter and
spring semesters this year.
Students are urged to register
early to ensure a place, as some of
the courses may have a limit on
the number of students accepted.
Classes will meet one night a
week beginning on Monday
night, Jan. 7, and continuing for
a nine-week semester. The winter
term classes will be held at
Temple Beth El. The Midrasha
will move to Temple Israel for the
spring term.
Courses offered in the winter
term are, Modern Hebrew 1, tor
those who have a reading
knowledge of the language, and
Modern Hebrew II, for those
with some Hebrew com-
prehension in their background.
The latest audio-visual
techniques for learning a
language are used, and the
teachers, Mrs. liana Gellis and
Mrs. Rachel Moskowitz, are
specialists trained in Israel.
Plans are currently underway to
arrange for high school credit for
the study of Hebrew in the
Midrasha.
In the Judaic studies depar-
tment, courses are offered on
Israel and Zionism, Jewish
History, Bible and Jewish Law.
In the Jewish Arts division,
Israeli Dancing is offered, as well
as a course in symbols and ob-
servances of Judaism based on
the Jewish Catalog.
The faculty of the Judaic
studies department consists of
Mordecai Levow, director of the
Jewish Community Day School;
Rabbi William Marder, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth David;
Rabbi Joel Levine, associate
of Temple Israel; Mrs.
Levow, principal of the
rabbi
Ruth
Temple Beth El religious school;
Mrs. Esther Zaretsky, attorney
in Palm Beach County; Mrs.
Wally Sherman, high school
teacher; and Mrs. Esther Nave,
Israeli dance specialist.
Ministerial Group Hears Arab Catholic
A/.ar Artoul, an Arab Catholic
om Nazareth, who is presently
lairman of the marketing board
W the olive oil and tobacco in-
Jdustry and a member of the
llsraei Broadcasting Authority,
spoke to members of the
Ministerial Association of the
Palm Beaches at a meeting on
JDec. 14, held at St. Mary's
|Hospital.
The meeting was sponsored by
Ithe Community Relations
Council of the Jewish Federation
lot Palm Beach County, with the
(assistance of the Israel Programs
[Office of the Greater Miami
|jewish I ''(.'deration.
Artoul said that Israel has
lexpressed a desire for peace by
returning the Sinai oil fields and
asked, "Who gives back oil fields
today?" He added that the
Palestinians want to rule
[themselves while maintaining
open borders with Israel. He said
Sadat wants to put the
Palestinians on the right path,
but not negotiate for them. This,
The felt, places the responsibility
or the success or failure for
^Palestinian settlement on the
orsteps of King Hussein.
Artoul stated that 50,000
Palestinians work inside Israel
nd are presently being paid
[rages equal to the Israelis
pmetimes better based on
r-upply and demand of labor.
Artoul concluded by saying that
>gypt and Israel are ahead of
fulfilling the Camp David
Agreement and that the message
pf the holiday season is to lead
|m Israelis and Arabs to
Cooperation and to living
gether in peace.
The meeting was coordinated
fy Itzhak Aloni, director, Israeli
POgrams, Greater Miami Jewish
federation; Father Raymond
jubert, president of the
Ministerial Association of the
pin Beaches; and Rabbi Alan
Sherman, community
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, December!
CJA-IEF Major Gifts Cocktail Reception
The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County recently held a
major gifts cocktail reception on behalf of the 1980 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. Pictured
above (left to right) are Nathan Tanen, chairman of the Big
Gifts Division; Barbara Tanen; Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
former executive vice chairman of the National UJA and
keynote speaker; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burrows, hosts.
Renee Burrows (right), hostess for the Big Gifts cocktail
reception, welcomes (left to right) Harriette Zucker, Stanley
Brenner and Henry L. Zucker, Endowment Fund consultant for
the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County.
Mr. and Mrs. Heinz
Eppler
Jeanne Levy (left) and Renee Burrows, hostess at theBigGiful
cocktail reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman (left) Rhona Shugarman and
Richard Shugarman, M.D., associate campaign chairman.
Norman J. Schimelman (left) executive director of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County, with Rabbi Herbert A.
Friedman.

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Robert S. Levy (left) general chairman for the 1980 Combined
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Herbert A. Friedman, keynote speaker for the Big Gifts
cocktail reception.
A
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman (center) with Alan L. Shulman,
president of the Jewish Federation ofPalmBeach County, and
Barbara Shulman, president of the Women's Division,
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Page 11
[Pictured above at the recent Merchant's Division cocktail
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Waltzer, Mrs. Helen Halpern and Mrs. Jeffrey Kornhauser.
[ttending the recent Merchant's Division cocktail reception are
'( to right} Maurice Horary and Robert S. Levy, general
Ichairman for the 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
[Emergency Fund campaign.
\Tke Merchant's Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm
IBeach County's 1980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
\Emergency Fund campaign recently held a cocktail reception at
[the Petite Marmite, Palm Beach. Pictured above with Mer-
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president, American ORT
i 1980 ORT Leadership Award on
Saturday afternoon, Jan. 19 at
the Hilton Hotel in New York
City.
Moss has served ORT for the
past 20 years in various
capacities, from Chicago Men's
Chapter president to member of
the World ORT Union Central
Board. He has been to Israel and
Europe almost every other year
Hoffman to Head
Attorney's Division
Robert S. Levy, general
chairman of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County's 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, has announced the
appointment of Arnold J. Hof-
fman to head the attorney's
division for the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
of the Jewish Federation.
Hoffman is a resident partner
in the Palm Beach office of the
law firm of Wien, Lane and
Malkin. Hoffman and his wife
Helen reside in Palm Beach. They
have two children, a daughter
Eileen, a graduate student at the
University of Indiana, and a son
Thomas, who is a resident
physician in Houston, Tex.
"I am extremely delighted that
Bob Levy asked me to accept this
position," stated Hoffman. "We
are comparatively new to the area
but are no strangers to Jewish
causes and Jewish commitment.
I am already in the process of
selecting a committee to serve in
this endeavor. It is natural that
what we did in Jersey should be
continued here. It is the practical
application of the slogan, 'We
Are One.' "
Arnold Hoffman
Attorneys wishing to serve
with Hoffman should contact him
directly.
John I. Moss
and currently is chairman for the
Florida Region of Men's ORT.
Moss and his wife, Judy, reside
at Poinciana Place, Lake Worth.
He is a member of the board of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, chairman of the
Russian Resettlement Committee
for the Jewish Federation and
serves on the board of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service for
the Russian Resettlement
Program.
Moss received the 1979
Community Service Award from
the Jewish Federation.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, December
28.
1919
Elderhostel Spokesman to Speak at JCC
Mrs. Shirl Gold, Florida
director of Elderhostel, will speak
at the Jewish Community Center
Jan. 4, at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Gold is
Hying in from St. Petersburg for
the afternoon to be available to
those who wish to plan and
about the Elderhostel
all
learn
Dr. Wunsh Is Chosen
To Head Fund Unit
Program.
The Elderhostel is a ,
program for older adults who
interested in having
economical and stimulating
vacation and who want tow;
take in a new experience enab^
them to expand their horizoi
she explains.
ns,
(Seated left to right) Mae Podwol, Southampton; David Welsh
Oxford; William Epstein, Norwich; (standing left to right)
Louis Brown, Andover; Gertrude Schorr, Oxford.

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Century Village Campaigners are getting ready to launch an all-
out drive under the co-chairmanship of Abe Bisgaier and Rev.
Martin Adolf. Several of the section chairmen and campaign
committee members are pictured as they met to finalize plans.
(Seated left to right) Rose Lightman, Somerset; Ada
Columbus, Somerset; Malcolm Pitkin, Cambridge; Manny
Appelbaum, Wellington; (standing) Rev. Martin Adolf.
u a a
Robert S. Levy, General
Campaign Chairman of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County's 1980 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign, has announced the
appointment of Peter D. Wunsh,
M.D., as chairman of the
Physicians Division.
"I am extremely pleased that a
man of Peters commitment has
accepted the responsibility to
serve with his colleagues in this
group of dedicated men.'' said
Levy.
Wunsh, a member of the board
of directors of the Jewish
Federation, also serves on the
board of directors of the Jewish
Community Day School, is active
with the Jewish War Veterans,
and is a member of the Men's
Club of Temple Beth El of West
Palm Beach.
He is a graduate of the George-
town University School of
Medicine.
Dr. Wunsh, his wife Barbara,
and his three children, Beth,
Wendy and Mitchell
West Palm Beach.
reside in
an
I consider it a challenge and
honor to do what I can to help
the campaign.
Funds are
Elderhostel combined
traditions of education andl
hosteling. guided by the needs oil
older adults for intellectuj
stimulation and physical ail
ventures. She said Elderhostel |
for older persons on the move -I
not just in terms of travel but inl
urgently needed to carry on the the senge of ^^^^ QM ^ "I
humanitarian work ot our adventures.
Federation both at home and
abroad. I have every confidence
that when called upon, my
colleagues and associates
respond in full measure.
Wunsh.
will
said Dr.
Physicians wishing to serve
with Dr. Wunsh on the com-
mittee may contact him directly.
adventures.
Elderhostelers live
mitories in single or double rooms
on college campuses with meals I
eaten in cafeterias with othetl
summer students.
Interested seniors are inviti
to meet with Mrs. Gold andl
how to have an Elderhostei|
experience.
Now More Then Evtr
cash is urgently needed.
Send your check to the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
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(Seated left to right) Sam Durbin, Wellington; Morns Leader
Plymouth; Loui* Weinstein, Plymouth; Bertha Ozer
Plymouth; (standing left to right) Max Kelman, Stratford; Nat
Weinstock, Greenbrier; Nat Cohen, Greenbner.
Levitt Heads
United Way
Council
Stephen P. Levitt, ACSW,
executive director of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service of
Palm Beach County, has been
elected president of the United
Way Executive Council of Palm
Beach County.
Karen Borchers, outgoing
president and director of the
Children's Home Society of
Florida, announced Levittls
election at the annual meeting for
election of officers held on Dec.
11.
In recent years, the United
Way Executive's Council has
scheduled meetings of special
importance to local agency
executives and their presidents,
Borchers said. The Council has
conducted intensive workshops
toward improving management
techniques employed in social
welfare agencies, as well as in-
depth consultations on financing
social welfare agency operations
on a local level.
The Council cooperates closely
with the United Way of Palm
Beach County and has assisted
member agencies of the United
Way with respect to funding and
community planning for the
betterment of services. Locally,
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service of Palm Beach County,
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County and the Jewish
Community Center of the Palm
Beaches are United Way
beneficiary agencies.
Levitt has served on the
United Way Executive's Council
since his arrival in Palm Beach
County in August of 1976. He
has been the first vice president
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 13
\t a recent breakfast meeting held for over 60 campaign
vorkers for the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County's
$980 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Campaign are (left to right) Gerald Flanzbaum, guest speaker,
uid Richard G. Shugarman, M.D., associate Campaign
Vhairman.
i
Participating in the recent campaign workers breakfast are
(standing left to right) Robert Fitterman, Singer Island; Barry
Knscher, president, Jewish Community Day School; George
Silverman, Lakeside Village chairman; Seymour Greenspan,
Cambridge chairman; Abe Bisgaier, co-chairman, Century
Village- (Seated left to right) Morris Nieporent, Lakeside
Village; Louis Brown, Andover chairman; Louis Weinstein
Plymouth chairman.
attending the recent campaign workers breakfast are (standing
l/r to right) Irving Burten, chairman, Royal Palm Beach
tillage Division; Murray Siegel, Royal Palm Beach; Michael
ilank, Campaign Cabinet; Moe Stein, Poinciana Place. (Seated
tft to right) Sidney Karp, Poinciana Place; Daniel Giber,
fpinciana chairman; Herbert Markstein.________
I I
Attending the recent campaign workers breakfast are (standing
left to right) Martin Goldberg, director, Jewish Community
Center; David Ehrenreich, Fountains; Mel Tanen, Campaign
Cabinet; Yehuda Konan, North Palm Beach. (Seated left to
right) Rabbi Alan R. Sherman, chaplain and community
relations director of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County; Stephen Levitt, director, Jewish Family & Children's
Service; Neil Waltzer, Merchant's Division.
f i
ctured above at the recent campaign workers breakfast are
ianding left to right) Arnold Hoffman, chairman, Legal
ivision; Arnold Lampert, Advance Gifts Committee; Sam
fling, Longwood; Bruce J. Daniels, chairman, Community
tktions Council; Jack Libman, Lands of President. (Seated
p to right) Jerry Hartman, chairman, Finance Division;
flton R. Cohen, Lands of the President; Joseph Punch, Lands
\the President.
Synagogue
News
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Temple Emanu-El of Palm
Beach president, Alan H.
Cummings, and Joseph P.
Mandelbaum, Rabbinical Search
Committee chairman, announce
that Rabbi Myer S. Kripke
arrived for the Shabbat of Dec. 21
(Rosh Hodesh and Chanukah)
and will remain through April
1980.
Rabbi Kripke is a graduate of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. He retired as rabbi
emeritus from Beth El
Synagogue in Omaha, Neb., after
serving as spiritual leader for 29
years. He is a professor of
theology at Creighton Univer-
sity.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
Temple Beth David of Nor-
thern Palm Beach County will
have a coffee for prospective
members on Sunday, Jan. 13, at
8:15 p.m., at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Louis Mark, Palm Beach
Gardens. For further in-
formation, contact the temple
office.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI
SHOLOM
Sisterhood of Congregation
Anshei Sholom will hold its board
meeting on Monday, Jan. 7, at
9:45 a.m., and its regular meeting
on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 1 p.m.,
when new officers will be in-
stalled.
An Israel Bond Rally is
planned at the temple on Sunday,
Jan. 13, and a Purim Musical
Festival on March 9.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood will hold its regular
monthly meeting Wednesday,
Jan. 2, at the temple, 315 No. A.
Street, Lake Worth, at 12:30
p.m. Host will be the Peoples
Federal Bank; the subject will be
"Banking." There will also be
door prizes.
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Participating in the recent campaign workers breakfast are
(standing left to right) Sam Durbin, Wellington chairman; Rev.
Martin Adolf, co-chairman Century Village; Louis Bailey,
Oxford chairman; Dr. Peter Wunsh, physician's chairman.
(Seated left to right) Manny Appelbaum, Century Village;
Louis Perlman, Century Village; Nathan Cohen, Greenbrier
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The Jewish FinriAum of Palm Beach County
Friday, December 28, m,
Because Someone Cared
(A personal view from the
executive director of the Jewish
Family & Children's Service)
I All case names mentioned in
these articles are fictitious: client
information at Jewish Family A ,
Children's Service is held in the
strictest of confidence.)
A long overdue service needed
for our Jewish community ap- {
pears to be heading toward
fruition. I am speaking of the I
Jewish Nursing Home to serve
our community in the Palm
Beaches. For two years, I had |
attended meetings consisting of
representatives of our retired
community, as well as members
of the various professional
organizations that serve our area.
We were all agreed that a Jewish
Nursing and Rehabilitation
Home was essential, in view of
the rather large retirement
population our Jewish com-
munity presents. But the
question became how to do it.
It isn't so easy to get licensed
for a nursing home any longer.
Plans have to be made. Statistics
need to be gathered. Financing
packages need to be assembled.
All of this must be synthesized in
a coherent manner and presented
to our health systems agency,
which reviews all Certificates of
Need for hospitals, nursing
homes, etc.
The question then became one
of "How do we portray the need
of a Jewish community for a
Jewish Home?"
Was it simply a matter of
kashrauth? Well, not entirely. It
is possible for a profit making
nursing home to offer kosher
meals if truly desired.
Was it a matter of providing
for the quality care of an im-
poverished Jewish population?
Well, yes, partially. Certainly
any proposal for a nursing home
which will attempt to meet the
needs of the poor will be bound to
capture the attention of,
governmental officials.
Although the preceding two
factors are terribly important as
an underlying basis for
establishing a Jewish nursing
home in our midst, they alone do
not account for all of the reasons
for establishing such a facility.
There is a synergistic effect when
you combine the need for kosher
food, a Jewish home-like en-
vironment, and provision for the
poor.
Suddenly, one has created a
very special facility. There is
much of an aura of holiness, as
well as professionalism, in such a
place.
Here, the Jewish elderly may
dwell in peace during the last
years of their lives. Here, is a
place which enables its residents
to recall the piety of their Jewish
upbringing, perhaps 75 years
earlier in other countries far
away. Here, we will have an
institution where client reigns
supreme; he or she will not be
"just another Medicaid number,"
but part of an on-going, self-
governing council of our Jewish
Stephen Levitt
elderly helping to make policies
and decisions about their own
care. Here, we will have a focal
point for volunteers in our
community who would like to do
something both meaningful and
helpful for people who need both
attention and love.
In short, it can truly be stated
that "The whole is greater than
the sum of its parts."
The book of Leviticus
prescribes that we "Rise up and
honor our elderly." I can think of
no collective action better suited
toward fulfilling this mandate
than our present endeavor in
establishing our first Jewish
Home for the Aged.
(The Jewish Family &
Children's Service is a non-profit
agency designed to meet the
social, emotional and counseling
needs of the Jewish community
of Palm Beach County. The office
is located at 2411 Okeechobee
Boulevard. Telephone number is
684-1991. The Jewish Family &
Children's Service is a beneficiary
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County.)
Max Leaner to Speak
At Anshei Shohm Rally
Max Lemer, professor, syn-
dicated columnist and lecturer
will be the guest speaker at a
rally at Anshei Sholom in
Century Village on Jan. 13 at 1
p.m. This rally will be the climax
of the congregation's annual
Israel Bonds Campaign which
this year is expected to be the
most successful in the history of
Congregation Anshei Sholom.
Michael Goldberg is Israel
Bonds chairman.
Mr. Lemer is distinguished
professor of human behavior at
the Graduate School of Human
Behavior, U.S. International
University at San Diego and
professor emeritus at Brandeis
University. He has taught at
Harvard, Williams, Sarah
Lawrence, Pomona and the
University of Florida. He travels
extensively, addressing a wide
spectrum of forums, college
student audiences, teachers and
educational administrators and
business and corporate groups.
In addition, he lectures
frequently at the New School in
New York and the Foreign
Service Institute of the U.S.
Department of State.
His widely read newspaper
Max Lerner
column, syndicated by the Los
Angeles Times appears in
newspapers throughout the
country and around the world.
His best known book, America as
a Civilization, is available in a
two-volume paperback edition.
Among his other works are:
Ideas are Weapons, The
Unfinished Country, Tocqueville
and American Civilization, and
Values in Education. He is
currently at work on a book of
political and psychological
Tune in to 'Mosaic9
TV HIGHLIGHTS
TUNE IN TO MOSAIC
"Howie," Jewish Frioratioa's ipoiisored program
is dragon
Sunday mornings over WPTV Channel 5, at 9 a.m
hosts Barbara Shiilmon and Steve Gordon.
Doc. 30 Teaag Lsodsrihip Mission
Jan. 6 Dr. Bernard Reisman
Set furniture by Worrells Interior*
Set interior design by Carol lavold
studies of six American
presidents from Franklin D.
Roosevelt through Richard
Nixon.
Following his undergraduate
studies at Yale, he received his
Ph.D. from the Robert Brookings
Graduate School of Economics
and Government.
Entertainer Joey Russell, who
has recently returned from one of
his many trips to Israel, will also
speak.
Goldberg thanked his co-chair-
men Jack Chiat, Sol Ganeles,
Louis Koppleman, Shirley
Fleishman, Jack Hoffman and
Oscar Slutsky for their support.
The co-chairmen have been
meeting regularly with Goldberg
and Century Village Israel Bonds
chairman Max Shapiro to plan
the campaign.
Blossom Cohen, who was
honored at a 1974 luncheon at
The Breakers as Woman of the
Year by Congregation Anshei
Sholom, will receive the Lion of
Judah Award at the rally. The
Lion of Judah is awarded by the
State of Israel for outstanding
service by recognized leaders on
behalf of Israel and the American
Jewish community. The guest of
honor, who is serving her third
year as president of the
Sisterhood of Anshei Sholom. has
been active in community affairs
since her early teens both in
Massachusetts where she was
born and brought up and in West
Palm Beach.
Committee members include
Al Baker, Jack Bocknek, Herman
Cohen, Blossom Cohen, Morris
Deitch, Leo Gold, Boris Good-
man, Leon Guberman, Lois
Herman, Bessie Hoffman, Abe
Isaacson, Alex Kaplan, Charles
Kassin, Abe Kramer, Emanuel
Hamburger, Moe Kleinstub,
Blanche Liebowitz, Joe
Manecofsky, Joe Oxer, Irving
Passow, Louis Perlman, Sol
Price, Jack Rind, Harry S.
Shulman, Ben Sherman, Isadora
Silverman, Sidney Sklar, Sam
Spitz, Joe Steinhardt, Al
Stillman, Hy Strow and Nat
Weingrovitx.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach
County
ORTHODOX
ATTZ CHAIM CONGREGATION CENTURY VILLAGE
W. Palm Beach Phone: 689-4875 Sabbath Services 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m. Dally Services: 8:15 am. and 5 p.m.
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Harry Silver,
President. Services dally 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. Saturday 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 Ser-
vices
I THE REFORM HEBREW CONGREGATION OF DELRAY
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton 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 Wast Glades Rd. (1
mile west of Boca Turnpike)_______________________
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Fl. 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. Select-
man Cantor Arthur B. Rosenwasaar Services: Dally 8:30am.
and 5:30 p.m.; Friday 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Late Service 8:15
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 am., 5 p.m.
followed by Shalah Sudoa
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
Boynton Beach, Fla. Phone 732-2565 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' Straat, Lake Worth, Fla. 33460 Phone: 585-
5020 Rabbi Emanuel Elsenberg 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 8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. West-
minster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail, Palm
Beach Gardens. (Office) 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm
Beach, Fla. Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder 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 Alemeida 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. 33432Phone: 392-
8566 Rabbi Nathan Zellzer 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 Sllberman, Rabbi Leonard Price, Can-
tor* Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at *
am. Dally Mlnyans at 8:45 am. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Road, Palm Beach, Fla. 33480 Phone: 832-
0804 Cantor David Dardaahtl Sabbath Services: Friday at
8:30 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m.


Eriday, December 28,1979
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 15
olden Lakes Committee To Honor Abe Rudolphs
Ane and Abe Rudolph will be
onored at breakfast at the
lada Inn on Sunday morning,
IB. 13, by the Golden Lakes
^nimittee for State of Israel
Bonds, chairman Kathryn Koffs
Lnnounced today. With her
fcusband, Max, Mrs. Koffs and
^eir co-chairmen Mrs. Louis
Soldfarb and Mrs. Fred Lassoff
avi' been planning the Israel
|Bonds campaign.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph will
ceive the Generation Award i
am the State of Israel in
.cognition of their outstanding
M-vices to the community and to
Israel Bonds.
'Palm Beach is now the 12th
rgest producer for Israel Bonds
the country," Mrs. Koffs
iplained, "surpassing such
ities as Dallas, Pittsburgh and
ililwaukee. We are very proud to
ke part in the phenomenal
owth in our home county.
"The Rudolphs, who have lived
Golden Lakes Village for five
ears, have been a constant
ource of encouragement to us
ill. They have been totally in-
volved in our community and
ave offered their knowledge and
ompassion unstintingly. Abe
19 been very active in our
pillage Association, holding
everal offices. In addition, he is
charter member of the Mid
ounty Medical Center and
erves as a volunteer for the Palm
Beach County Probation
epartment, calling on his 40
bars' experience as a lawyer in
flew York."
Mrs. Rudolph, also a lawyer, is
Just as active as her husband in
ommunity affairs. She is a
volunteer worker at Meadow
Park Elementary School and
cords books for the blind
Jhrough the Temple Israel Braille
services. In addition, she has
an active member of
Hadassah for 30 years, and is
po a member of the Golden
kes Village Cancer Research,
Sisterhood of Golden Lakes
[emple, and is president of the
ilden Lakes Village Chapter of
Women's American ORT.
I Joey Russell, American
|ntertainer and raconteur, will
! the special guest at the break-
1st- He has recently returned
pm one of his many trips to
?reel and is expected to talk
ut his meetings with leaders
I the State of Israel. He will also
|count what he saw of the
. ess being made in growth of
dustry through" the proceeds
Bm the sale of Israel Bonds. |
I Although it is not generally '
p>wn, Israel Bonds are the third
ost widely held securities in
fs country, surpassed only by
fted States Bonds and A T &
[Twenty-five percent of Israel
Tids are purchased by the nou-
rish community, with banks,
|urance companies, pension
ds, and labor unions large
pchasers. I
[Another generally unknown '
*t about Israel Bonds is that
funds raised through their
' do not leave this country;
' are spent here to purchase
"ustrial and agricultural
Wpment to improve Israel's
i"}omy, create new jobs, and to
Pjement the provisions of the
*ce Treaty between Egypt and
fel. which has mandated the
PPloyment of military and
Ran populations from the
" to the Negev. This move,
requires the building of
Pols, hospitals, and homes, in
">tion to factories and roads,
"cost billions. The purchase of
JJ*1 Bonds makes it all
t?wen Lakes Committee
t *fc d Mrs. David
Wlm and Mrs Miche'
Wl. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kuchler.
Abe Rudolph
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Radwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bembach,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sharpe, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Goldfarb, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Gold, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lassoff, Mr. and Mrs.
Ane Rudolph
Ben Propp, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Braun, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Ku ben stein, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Sherman, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Gilston.
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The Jewish Fbridan of Palm Beach County
Friday, rJeoanhJ
Scholar in Residence JCC Events
Launches Beth El Term for Seniors
A weekend with scholar-in-res-
idence. Prof. David Wolf
Silverman, will launch the winter
term of adult education classes at
Temple Beth El on Jan. 4, 5, and
6.
The theme of the weekend is
"Love, Sects and Texts," and
among the. weekend activities
are lectures. discussions,
dialogues, a Sabbath dinner and
a Sunday brunch. Many of the
events are free and open to the
public. Prof. Silverman is on the
faculty of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Dr. Elizabeth Freilich,
chairperson of the Adult
Education Committee of Temple
Beth El, announced the courses
offered for the winter term which
runs for seven weeks beginning
on Jan. 14. In the Hebrew
department, Beginner's Modern
Hebrew is offered. This course in
conversation and reading uses
filmstrips and tape recordings to
teach the Hebrew language. A
conversation course in Inter-
mediate Hebrew is also offered.
Rabbi Bar-Zev will resume his
Monday night lecture series with
Jewish History of the Middle
Ages. The rabbi also teaches a
Mishna course studying Baba
Mezia. Bible is studied in the
Book of Deuteronomy, a course
taught by Dr. Haviva
Langenauer. This is a discussion
and lecture course focusing on
the contemporary relevance of
the text.
Raise Your Synagogue I.Q. is
taught by Cantor Elaine Shapiro
and gives practice in reading and
singing the prayers. Also taught
in this course is how the
synagogue service is put
together.
For lovers of Yiddish, the
Yiddish Circle is planned to
encourage the pleasure of en-
joying the language and
reminiscing together. An ad-
ditional course using the Jewish
Catalog to study home ob-
servances and symbols of
Judaism is planned.
The courses are open to both
members and non-members of
Temple Beth El. For information
about fees and registration in-
formation, call the temple office.
Now Mart Thaw Ever
coah ii f% dad.
Sand yw chock to tho
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach Comity
Transportation is available
from the Jewish Community
Center, Monday through Friday,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., for senior
adults, 60 years or older, who are
transit disadvantaged, within a
designated area. Call the Center
for further information.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION
The JCC-CSSC provides in-
structors and classes through
Adult Community Education-
School Board of Palm Beach
County. Classes begin Jan. 14.
Call the Center and ask for
Bonnie for information.
Classes are: Monday 9 a.m.
to noon Oil Painting. Tuesday,
10 a.m. to noon, Transactional
Analysis (two three-week
sessions.) Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.,
Yoga over 60. Wednesday, 2
p.m., Writers Workshop.
Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
first 3 weeks, Stress and How to
Cope. Second 3 weeks, Arthritis
Care and Treatment. Third 3
weeks. Caring for Your Disabled
Family Member. Friday, 1:30
p.m., Yoga over 60.
On Thursdays, Jan. 31, Feb. 7,
14 and 21, a 4-session series
entitled "Your Retirement."
Instructor, Doris Orbom.
SECOND TUESDAY CLUB
The Second Tuesday Club will
meet Jan. 8 at 1 p.m. Program
chairperson, Ruth Hyde, an-
nounces that Jesse Fuchs will be
guest speaker on "Inside Israel
and Jewish World News."
NEW DIMENSIONS
Richard Helstein brings a
three-session series on
"Adventures in Music" to the
JCC Jan. 29, "You Can Dance to
the Classics." Feb. 5, "Music
Tells Stories;" and Feb. 26,
"What's Classical about
Classical Music."
k
Jlroum
BySTACILESSI
and
It is no small feat to gather the relatives of
Michael Small together for a simcha. But, together tl
come for the Bat Mitzvah of Liu on Dec. 28 at Temple Is;
Over 48 relatives will come from Michigan alone, inc
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Irving Small and Mr.
Harold Getz. Lisa's uncle Stuart and aunt Carol Small
Gilbert Getz will be joining other relatives from Mi
Michigan.
Lisa's dad Michael is president of Temple Israel
member of the Federation Community Relations Council
is vice president of Sisterhood and a member of Fed
Women's Division board.
Lisa attends Palm Beach Public, where she is
editor, on the staff of the school paper, active in
debate, had the lead in the school play and on the volleyh
tennis team. Lisa is also active in the temple youth group.
Brothers Brad and J. D. and sister Jodl are looking I
to the family-oriented Bat Mitzvah reception.
Lisa's great-grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Stone
Harbor, will be attending the first Bat Mitzvah in the I
After almost 40 Bar Mitzvaha, Lisa will become the :
family to become a daughter of the Commandment,
Mitzvah. Mazol Tov, Lisa.
Twelve-year-old Marci Oppeaheimer will play the ch
Clara, in "The Nutcracker" at the West Palm Beach Aud
on Dec. 28 and 29. Parents Bobbie and Charles are proud <
little star, and, who knows, perhaps this could be
turning point.
Joan and Arthur Diamond will be celebrating
simcha on the weekend of Dec. 21 and 22.
Son Gary will become a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ii
the 21st. Grandparents Mr. end Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Mrs. Joseph G. Weies, and Joan's sister and brother
Elaine and Arnold Miller will be present.
The second simcha will be the 50th wedding annive
Joan's parents on the 22nd. Thirteen and fifty
numbers in the Diamond house.
are
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Friday, December aa )i
Scholar in Residence
Launches Beth El Term
A weekend with scholar-in-res-
idence, Prof. David Wolf
Silverman, will launch the winter
term of adult education classes at
Temple Beth El on Jan. 4, 5, and
6.
The theme of the weekend is
"Love, Sects and Texts," and
among the. weekend activities
are lectures, discussions,
dialogues, a Sabbath dinner and
a Sunday brunch. Many of the
events are free and open to the
public Prof. Silverman is on the
faculty of the Jewish Theological
Seminary "of America.
Dr. Elizabeth Freilich,
chairperson of the Adult
Education Committee of Temple
Beth El, announced the courses
offered for the winter term which
runs for seven weeks beginning
on Jan. 14. In the Hebrew
department, Beginner's Modern
Hebrew is offered. This course in
conversation and reading uses
filmstrips and tape recordings to
teach the Hebrew language. A
conversation course in Inter-
mediate Hebrew is also offered.
Rabbi Bar-Zev will resume his
Monday night lecture series with
Jewish History of the Middle
Ages. The rabbi also teaches a
Mishna course studying Baba
Mezia. Bible is studied in the
Book of Deuteronomy, a course
taught by Dr. Haviva
Langenauer. This is a discussion
and lecture course focusing on
the contemporary relevance of
the text.
Raise Your Synagogue I.Q. is
taught by Cantor Elaine Shapiro
and gives practice in reading and
singing the prayers. Also taught
in this course is how the
synagogue service is put
together.
For lovers of Yiddish, the
Yiddish Circle is planned to
encourage the pleasure of en-
joying the language and
reminiscing together. An ad-
ditional course using the Jewish
Catalog to study home ob-
servances and symbols of
Judaism is planned.
The courses are open to both
members and non-members of
Temple Beth El. For information
about fees and registration in-
formation, call the temple office.
Now More 1km Ever
cash U urgently needed.
Send your check to the
Jewish Federation of Palw Bch Comfy
JCC Events
for Seniors
Transportation is available
from the Jewish Community
Center, Monday through Friday,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., for senior
adults, 60 years or older, who are
transit disadvantaged, within a
designated area. Call the Center
for further information.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION
The JCC-CSSC provides in-
structors and classes through
Adult Community Education-
School Board of Palm Beach
County. Classes begin Jan. 14.
Call the Center and ask for
Bonnie for information.
Classes are: Monday 9 a.m.
to noon Oil Painting. Tuesday,
10 a.m. to noon, Transactional
Analysis (two three-week
sessions.) Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.,
Yoga over 60. Wednesday, 2
p.m., Writers Workshop.
Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
first 3 weeks, Stress and How to
Cope. Second 3 weeks, Arthritis
Care and Treatment. Third 3
weeks, Caring for Your Disabled
Family Member. Friday, 1:30
p.m., Yoga over 60.
On Thursdays, Jan. 31, Feb. 7,
14 and 21, a 4-session series
entitled "Your Retirement."
Instructor, Doris Orbom.
SECOND TUESDAY CLUB
The Second Tuesday Club will
meet Jan. 8 at 1 p.m. Program
chairperson, Ruth Hyde, an-
nounces that Jesse Fuchs will be
guest speaker on "Inside Israel
and Jewish World News."
NEW DIMENSIONS
Richard Helstein brings a
three-session series on
"Adventures in Music" to the
JCC Jan. 29, "You Can Dance to
the Classics." Feb. 5, "Music
Tells Stories;" and Feb. 26,
"What's Classical about
Classical Music."
Ground
By STACI LESSER
It is no small feat to gather the relatives of Ann and
Michael Small together for a simcha. But, together they
come for the Bat Mitzvah of Lisa on Dec. 28 at Temple Israel.
Over 48 relatives will come from Michigan alone, includiz
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Irving Small and Mr. and _
Harold Getz. Lisa's uncle Stuart and aunt Carol Small and uncij
Gilbert Getz will be joining other relatives from Missouri i
Michigan.
Lisa's dad Michael is president of Temple Israel and
member of the Federation Community Relations Council. Mod
is vice president of Sisterhood and a member of Federation]
Women's Division board.
Lisa attends Palm Beach Public, where she is ye
editor, on the staff of the school paper, active in speech
debate, had the lead in the school play and on the volleyball i
tennis team. Lisa is also active in the temple youth group.
Brothers Brad and J. D. and sister Jodl are looking forwa
to the family-oriented Bat Mitzvah reception.
Lisa's great-grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy Stone of
Harbor, will be attending the first Bat Mitzvah in the fa
After almost 40 Bar Mitzvahs, Lisa will become the first in I
family to become a daughter of the Commandment, a
Mitzvah. Mazol Tov, Lisa.
Twelve-year-old Mard Oppenheimer will play the child le
Clara, in "The Nutcracker" at the West Palm Beach Auditor^
on Dec. 28 and 29. Parents Bobbie and Charles are proud oft
little star, and, who knows, perhaps this could be Ma
turning point.
Joan and Arthur Diamond will be celebrating a don
simcha on the weekend of Dec. 21 sod 22.
Son Gary will become a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Israel j
the 21st. Grandparents Mr. aad Mrs. Jack Diamond and ~
and Mrs. Joseph G. Weiss, and Joan's sister and brother-in-li
Elaine and Arnold Miller will be present.
The second simcha will be the 50th wedding anniversary |
Joan's parents on the 22nd. Thirteen and fifty are ma
numbers in the Diamond house.
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
NEW WINTEI
PROGRAM!
BEGIN THE
WEEK OF
JANUARY I
LOOK FOR
LISTINGS IN
JANUARY
UPDATI
IN THE MAH
or call 689-7700
MATCH
"GEIERATIOII TO GEHERATIOI"
SUB0AY, DECEH8ER 30, 1979
1:00 P..
Hostess: BARBARA MEIISTEII


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