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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' Jlewislh FllaridlHaiti
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Mm Booch County
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, November 14, 1960
FndShochtt
Price 35 Cent*
Division
mittee Plans
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, Division of the
U of Palm Beach
gurate the 1981
Wednesday, Dec.
luncheon at the
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Goal Set At $4 Million
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Uieon last year.
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in the mail.
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Julie Cummings
For more information, contact
the Women's Division office at
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, 832-2120, Ext. 34.
Calling 1981 the year of greatest challenge yet faced by the Jewish
community of the Palm Beaches, nnd yet the year of greatest oppor-
tunity, General Campaign Chairman Myron J. Nickman has an-
nounced that the 1981 Jewish Federation-United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign has set a goal of $4,000,000.
In presenting the 1981 needs to
the Campaign Cabinet which un-
animously adopted the un-
precedented goal, Nickman
stressed Jewry's obligation to
increase financial support for
Israel's social and welfare
programs at a time when that
nation is heavily burdened with
the cost of maintaining peace, the
continuous resettlement of im-
migrants from the Soviet Union,
and an economy suffering from
runaway inflation. Here, in the
Palm Beaches, he expressed the
concern that just keeping our
network of community services
at the present level of operation is
no longer sufficient. The ever-
growing Jewish population now
demands expanding those ser-
vices for all who need them and
providing new services that
enhance the quality of Jewish
life.
Myron J. Nickman
"To me, and to all of us,"
Nickman contended, "a
$4,000,000 campaign must not be
just a statement of intent. It is a
necessity! For many of our people
it is the difference between living
and dying. It is the difference be-
tween being respected and dis-
respected. It means the difference
of whether we live as proud and
happy Jews or the alternative."
Intensive planning and
organization for the campaign
which calls for an increase of
$1,000,000 over last year is now
underway. The appointment of
chairmen and leaders for the
many campaign, divisions are
being confirmed. Special fund
raising events at a number of the
major condominium complexes
are being planned or are already
scheduled.
For reports and a continuous
review of the Campaign's
progress, Nickman has scheduled
a series of bi-monthly meetings of
the Campaign Cabinet for the
duration of the drive.
>J
I Israel Miller To Keynote Mideast Conference
liller. one of the
Inding Jewish
Vs. will deliver
at the fourth
Conference on
, 7:30 p.m., to
fad Sanctuary,
El. 2816 North
est Palm Beach.
i is sponsored by
Mideast Task
.'immunity Re-
of the Jewish
Palm Beach
Jre community is
i is no charge for
bbi Miller will
rIsrael relations,
fid key issues in
tabbi Miller's
1 loom field, legis-
lof the American
|ffairs Committee,
changes in the
ftr is currently
bsident of Yeshiva
serves as chair-
Bel Task Force of
fewish Community
Rsory Council; vice
' New York Jewish
telations Council,
of the American
Foundation; and
^mber of a host of
tions. He served as
of the National
Board for eight
Ports in the nation
ed by President
p>n, who appointed
National Citizens
Rabbi Israel Miller
Committee for Community
Relations to help implement civil
rights legislation. President
Jimmy Carter invited him to
serve as a member of the U.S.
delegation to the funeral of Golda
Meir and he traveled to Israel on
Air Force One. President Gerald
Ford expressed his "high regard"
for Dr. Miller and praised him for
his "frankness, friendship and
seasoned experience."
Dr. Miller has long been a
prominent figure in American
Jewish life. He is the past chair-
man of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, the coordinating
body of the religious, secular and
Zionist groups in the United
States, serving as its spokesman
in matters relating to Israel and
international affairs in this
country and abroad.
He was the founding president,
and is now honorary president, of
the American Zionist Federation;
was for four years chairman of
the American Zionist Council;
was a member of the Board of
Governors of the Jewish Agency
and the Executive of the World
Zionist Organization; is past
president of the Rabbinical
Council of America and the Rab-
binic Alumni of Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Theological Seminary;
past president of the Association
of Jewish Chaplains; and was
chairman of the Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
the liaison agency for the Jewish
community with the American
government and the armed
forces. In 1979 he was appointed
chairman of the National Yediat
Israel Committee of the World
Zionist Organization.
Dr. Miller's special interest in
Soviet Jewry found expression in
the three years of his national
chairmanship of the American
Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry. He was a member of the
presidium and a guiding force to
Brussels, both in 1971 and 1976,
in the International Conference
on Soviet Jewry. In 1966 he led a
delegation of the Rabbinical
Council of America to Russia,
and was accorded the privilege of
speaking from the pulpit in
Moscow.
Dr. Miller, who holds a
master's decree from Columbia
University, is now Rabbi
Emeritus of the Kingsbridge
Heights Jewish Center in the
Bronx, having served his con-
gregation for more than 25 years.
He also served as a chaplain in
the Army Air Corps during
World War II in the United
States and overseas, and was
National Chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans and a consultant to
the Department of Defense in
Japan, Alaska and the European
Theater.
Dr. Miller's biography is
recorded in Who's Who in
America, the Encyclopedia
Judaica and Who's Who in World
Jewry.
Douglas M. Bloomfield is
legislative director of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee and a contribute* editor
1
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I
v.v.
i
of Near East Report. He joined
AIPAC after more than eight and
a half years as a senior legislative
assistant to Congressman Ben-
jamin S. Rosen thai of New York.
Prior to that, he was a legislative
assistant and speech writer for
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey.
Bloomfield played a leading role
in the major legislative and other
Congressional initiatives af-
fecting Israel and Soviet Jewry
during the 1970s.
AIPAC is the only registered
lobbying group which works on
behalf of legislation and other
Congressional action affecting
Israel. It is also active in other
public action in Washington to
improve the friendship and co-
operation between the United
States and Israel.
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Save the Date
Mideast Conference
November 17 at 7:30 p.m.
at Temple Beth El
Main Speaker: Rabbi Israel Miller,
one of the nation's outstanding :
Jewish communal leaders.
:<::
Sponsored by: Israel Mideast Task Force of
the Community Relations
Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County in cooperation with
Temple Beth El.
1
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fridy.Novt
For Seniors At JCC
Adult Community
Education Classes
School Board of
Palm Beach County:
Adult Community Education
Classes, provided through the
School Board of Palm Beach
County, continue at the Jewish
Community Center, Compre
hensive Senior Service Center
Following is a schedule o
classes:
Oil painting, Mondays, 9 to
noon: Relaxation and Biofeed
back, Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to noon;
Yoga, Wednesdays, 1 to 3 p.m.;
Writers workshop, Wednesdays,
3 to 5 p.m.; Know Your Car,
Fridays. 10:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m.; Nutrition & You, Fridays
1 to 3 p.m.
Transportation
The Comprehensive Senior
Service Center is funded by Title
III OAA through Gulfstream
Areawide Council on Aging, pro-
viding transportation to transit
disadvantaged adults 60 years or
older, in our designated area, and
a full education and recreation
program. Call the Center at 689-
7700 for information.
Baaette
The Joe and Emily Lowe
Foundation Busette is availabk
for persons who cannot use th
public transit to the Jewish Com
munity Center. Call Rose or Be
at the Center for busette
scheduling.
Speak Out
Enjoy an afternoon of ex-
pression, friendship and learning
with Wynn Kenton, discussion
leader, the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 1 p.m.
Next session: Nov. 24.
Round Table Talk
. For Men
Timely Topics Cor Women
Joe Greenberg, group leader
for the men, and Sylvia Skolnik,
group leader for the women, con-
duct discussion sessions on
politics, economics, and current
events.
Speakers Club
Herbert Sperber, president,
invites all those interested in
public speaking to join this group
which meets on Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Muak You Love
Wynn Kenton continues with
this ongoing informative musical
series on the second and fourth
Fridays of each month at 10 a.m.
Last session: Nov. 21. For
further information call the
Center at 689-7700.
Medicare
Ed Rosen and Carl Sitzer,
trained volunteers through the
Social Security Office, will
provide aid with form and in-
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formation on the third Monday of
each month from 1 to 3 p.m. Next
date: Nov. 17.
Joy Through Movement
(Poinciana Place!
A Jewish Community Center
Extension Course meets Thurs-
day mornings from 9:30 to 11
a.m. at the Poinciana Place in
Lake Worth, conducted by Celia
Golden, licensed dance therapist
Persons in the surrounding area
are invited to join this class.
Further information available at
964-1455.
Dine Out
Luncheon at various restau-
rants will be held once a month.
For details call Bonnie or Sam.
Senior Keep In Touch
Monday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. A
program for persons born in 1900
or before is held the third
Monday of each month. Helen
Marx, group leader, assisted by
Ann Cohen and Miki Rosenblatt.
A travelogue on Israel will be
presented, and refreshments
served. Everyone is invited and
transportation arranged for older
seniors whenever possible.
Learn the Art of
Teaching Needlecraft
Classes meet Tuesday at 10
a.m. Next session: Nov. 18. Mrs.
Sonna Simon, instructor, trains
seniors how to teach needlecraft
to others, especially the home-
bound. Call the Center for further
information.
Project Good Health
Thursday, Nov. 20. from 1 to 3
p.m., Mrs. Dority of the Unicare
Nursing Service will present a
program entitled "How do you
cope with problems after you are
discharged from the hospital."
For further information call the
Center at 689-7700.
Relaxation and Biofeedback
A class provided by Palm
Beach Adult Community Edu-
cation Department on Tuesdays
through November from 10 a.m.
to noon, conducted by Kathy
Eggelton, health technologist.
Tuesday Club Activities
A card party and luncheon will
be held Dec. 16 at Sweden House
in North Palm Beach. Call Sam
Rubin for information.
Dine Out: A monthly program,
next date Thursday, Dec. 4. Call
Sam Rubin for information.
Lido Spa Get-a-way: Sunday
Nov. 23, returning Wednesday,
Nov. 26. For reservations and
information call Sam or Bonnie at
the Center.
New Years Eve: Evening
cruise on the Jungle Queen.
Dinner, entertainment and bus
transportation included. Call
Sam Rubin or Bonnie at the
Center for information and
reservatins.
Helen Siegler is our Artist of
the Month. Her paintings are on
view at the Center from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Volunteers: Call Bonnie for
information.
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and recreational camaraderie. We meet for brunch, for baseball, and for private dinner
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of over 40 individuals. Many are alone; many have seperated, divorced or been widowed;
many have just found their way into our community; many just want to be with other Jewish
people. The Jewish Community Center is very proud and pleased to be serving this group.
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the CENTER Sun., Dec. 14, 7:30 Dance with the Fred Astaire Dance Studio
Sun., Dec. 28, 7:30 Coffee House & Folk Dancing with Ken Bolinsky
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, Nov.
ember i
Jewish Floridian
of Palm Beach County Fred Shochal
Combining Our Voice end 'Federation Reporter'
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Friday. November 14, 1980
Volume 6
The Importance Of A Will

6KISLEV5741
Number 23
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| Vanessa's Back Again
We had hoped that, somehow, the Fania |
| Fenelon story would die not the agony suffered by |
= victims of the Nazi scourge who beheld the callous-1
|ness of CBS-TV in casting Palestine Liberation |
= Organization propagandist Vanessa Redgrave in the |
1 starring role, but the opportunity afforded Redgrave |
E to make hay out of this frank corporate heresy.
Apparently, we were wrong. Now comes I
Redgrave to announce to one and all that her goal for |
= the universe is for Israel to be swept off the face of I
fthe earth. .Somehow to justify her ambition, she|
suggests t&at her role as Fania Fenelon "proved"
= that she is not an anti-Semite, only an anti-Zionist.
If CBS and Arthur Miller, author of Fenelon's |
= filmization of her story, aren't too busy countings
I their money, perhaps they can finally come to sees
= that their argument in behalf of their decision to hire s
3 R.^ttaiMtf. nYfrtf """ nonsense from the very =
| beginning.
I It was tKeir Ivory Tower reasoning that came up |
| wit ft the rationale that art and politics are two =
1 separate things that Redgrave's life as a PLO'nik |
| had' nothing to do with her performance as Fania 1
| Fenelon. She had been chosen, they said, because she =
= wastallegedly best for the part.
:Oh yeah? Redgrave, who this week called for I
I extermination of Israel, doesn't think so. She's still =
| propagandizing for Yasir Arafat. And she's using hers
| performance in the miserable CBS production tos
"pr^ve" the Tightness of her position.
| Dr. Neumann Passes
Especially at a time when the Zionist movement |
is bejng delegitimized by Third World power politics, |
it is'important to take note of the passing of what s
ZO^ President Ivan J. Novick this week called "the |
_ last of the giants who led in the struggle for the |
s establishment of the State of Israel."
fVe refer, of course, to the late Dr. Emanuel |
I Neumann, who died some two weeks ago at the age
| of 87.
Twice a president of the Zionist Organization of =
| America, Dr. Neumann was in the august company |
| of otlier such distinguished leaders of the movement s
| as Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. From these Olympian 1
| heights, it is difficult to imagine whom to add to |
1 their number.
It was Dr. Neumann who, as early as 1943, |
| organized and directed the work of the Commission |
I on Palestine Surveys that presented an investment =
| proposal of approximately $200 million in irrigation s
{ facilities and hydroelectric power development in the 1
s Jordan Valley.
He will be missed in our time. For new spokes- I
| men and new teachers are needed, now that the anti- j
| Zionist campaign for delegitimacy gains both ac- !
1 celeration and terrifying respectability.
| An Important Lesson
Jews should learn an important lesson from the I
| recent experience in Evanston, Illinois: when theT
s community is united, Nazis run.
This is what happened in Evanston when 5,000
| people gathered at Northwestern University in a
| counter-demonstration to a rally being held by
| American Nazis at Nearby Lovelace Park. The Nazis
| stayed only for five minutes when they found a
I hostile crowd of some 2,000 persons.
American Nazis have fled from other announced
| rallies in recent years when they found community
= hostility. Now in the wake of the upsurge of Nazism
| as demonstrated by the bombing of a Paris syna-
| gogue Oct. 3 in which four persons were killed, it is =
| essential to show this community support both here i
| and in Europe and elsewhere where the Nazis and 1
| others pout their ugly brand of anti-Semitism and 1
| racial hatred.
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By LEONARD CARTER.
CPA, JD
Everyone, whether he realizes
it or not, has an idea about the
distribution of property at death,
which is what a will is all about.
However, not everyone has a will.
In the absence of a will, state
laws decree how an estate is to be
divided. But even where the
statutory dictates of distribution
art- identical with the wishes of a
decedent, a will should be
prepared. A will not only controls
the devolution of property, but
the terms and conditions thereof.
Dying without a will precludes
the considerable potential
benefits of estate and tax
planning, such as the maximum
use of the marital deduction and
the use of trusts to minimize
taxes in subsequent estates. A
will permits control of property
which you may not want to give
to your beneficiaries in a lump
sum. Trusts can be created in a
will for your spouse, children and
others to protect them against
loss or dissipation, which might
result from their inexperience.
Some other disadvantages of
dying intestate (without a will)
are enumerated below.
Unrelated individuals may be
appointed by the Surrogate
Court to administer the estate,
often at great expense. If you die
without a will, the law will decide
for you who is to manage your
estate, and he may be the person
you would have considered least
capable of carrying out that
responsibility.
If minor children are survivors,
the court may appoint a non-
family member to serve as
guardian of your children, again
at great, and probably un-
necessary, expense. Additional
expenses will be incurred as the
court may require the appointed
guardians to furnish a bond and
file regular accountings as to the
income received and exoenses
Leonard Carter
incurred on behalf of the children.
In a will you can dispense with
bonding and accounting
requirements, and thus save
those costs.
A will may provide for
bequests to your favorite
charities or legacies to loyal
employees or relatives not in-
cluded in the statutory scheme. A
court cannot do this for you in
the absence of a will.
In the event of a common
disaster, in the absence of a will
state laws control the disposition
of assets. Usually each decedent
is deemed the survivor and
consequently property may go to
undesired people. A will
provision will supercede state
law, in this instance.
A well-drawn will may often
reduce or eliminate estate taxes,
and can also specify whether the
estate or a particular
beneficiary's share should bear
the burden if there is estate tax to
pay.
Why do people delay or never
get around to making a will? A
recent article in a magazine
devoted to estate planning
supplied a few answers.
Some people are intimidated
by lawyers and therefore avoid
making appointment, to,
a will or do estate 2
Others see any discu,
death and money V^
even if the consequent* ,W
Will-making \^
assessment of "worth"
may be difficult for ^
are depressed or hwefi
esteem. Certain individual
unable to make the i
decisions a will require, j
finally, making a will fonJl
person to assess his true fcs?
about family beneficianeT
many avoid this decision',,
ticularly where there
disruptive marital or u
situation.
Another document may,
be as important as a will
estate planners and h
knowledgeable in estate Ji.
recommend that inventor*
property and assets be
current so that survivingsp
and / or executors have j
information readily available I
the unfortunate situation
one dies intestate, such
will aid any court app
administrator of an estate.
It is suggested that the |
ventory be in the form of a 1
leaf book to facilitate _
The contents of the book
include information on
cards, tax returns, location"
safe deposit boxes, cemetery d
and retirement information.
separate section should contu,
list of assets, including date i
purchase and cost, a list of I
insurance policies, and pen
information such as birth
military records.
Finally, a letter of insu
to your spouse should
prepared and kepi in a mut
accessible place. This
should tell your spouse ab
whom to contact It should<
your desires regarding fun
and burial arrangements
Continued on Page 14
RARE JEWISH FACTS
from
J&B RARE SCOTCH
Q: Why should the Zeppelin
really be called a "Schwartz"?
A: Because "The Zeppelin" was
invented by David Schwartz.
David Schwartz was an Austrian-born
engineer who. in 1890. came up with the
idea of an airship with a gas-filled metal
container to make it rise Because of finan-
cial reasons, the Austrian minister of war
turned down the idea However in 1892
after Schwartz built a prototype in Russia '
the Uerman government urged him to
go ahead with production for them
Unfortunately. Schwartz died before the
project could get off the ground Shortly
thereafter. Count von Zeppel.n bought the
patents from Schwartz's widow.
ANOTHER RARE FACT...
A big part of Jewish warmth and affec-
tion is to quickly become completely
open and informal with people and
things they particularly like Samuel is
i.u rmn7- a snack is a "nosh"
and the famed Chicken Soup has
A^me^nr as "Jewish Penicillin':
wZnS tsneDePinS "ith this inherent
r? V5B Rar,e Sco,ch has ^me to
l^.^rded as a favorite part of the
mishpocha. Because along with its
e egance at formal affairs-J8d3 is
also the kind of 'relative' one can
take his shoes off with, loosen the tie
and relax with friends at home.
I' M,i*p.
n
RARE
SCOTCH
RARE


-November 14. IMP
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Rabbi Sherman to Serve On Board
Pia Lindstrom,
at the inauguration of the Professional and
ISKm Women's Group.
\MFid from left to right: Elaine Dubow,
KyUisKaminsky,"
Elaine Shapiro. Others interested
in being a part of this newly
formed group, or working with
the steering committee, can
contact the Women's Division
Director, Paula Ruth Kara, at
832-2120, Ext. 34.
C IMO S.J. M vnoiot TOBACCO CO
.*, 60 women filled a private dining room at Petite Marmite
I port of a special program sponsored for Professional Jewish
\Women in the Palm Beaches.
Professional and
Business Women Meet
The inauguration of the
[professional and Business
IWomen of the Women's Division
|0f the Jewish Federation of Palm
I Beach county was held on
iMonday evening, Oct. 27, with
I dinner at Petite Marmite on Palm
[Beach. The group, meeting for
the first time, had the op-
portunity to speak with three
[outstanding professional women
who were in Palm Beach as
Iguests of the Jewish Women's
[Assembly earlier in the day.
[Elaine Dubow and Phyllis
[Kaminsky, co-founders of the
[Jerusalem Women's Seminar,
[discussed their strategy and
[subsequent success in organizing
[this unique Women's Minion.
Their Seminar was held in July
[I960, as a three-way dialogue
[among outstanding women
[leaders North American,
[Israeli, and Egyptian
[Christian. Jew and Moslem. Ms.
|Pia Lindstrom. Anchor woman
[for WNBC-TV in New York and
i participant in the seminar,
[described her feelings about her
| first experience traveling in
[Israel. After their remarks,
[women in the room had an op-
[portunity to ask questions of the
[three guest speakers. Women
[representing the following
(professions were in attendance:
aw, accounting, business
[management, educators,
[medicine, psychology, sales,
[artists, and professionals in the
[Jewish community.
In response to the demands
lof professional women, and
Iwomen who cannot meet
Iduring daytime hours, the Pro-
Ifessional and Business Worn-
lens Group has been formed.
I Its goal is to provide an
[opportunity for Professional
[Women to meet each other and to
['hare in discussions of concern
[facing their careers, personal
[lives and their roles as Jewish
Iwomen in our community-
[Working on the ad hoc steering
[committee are: Roxanne
[Axelrod, Dr. Elizabeth
[Sterenberg-Freilich. Peri Barsky,
Harriet Carter, Judy Liffman,
Linda Nadelman and Cantor
Rabbi Alan R. -Sherman,
Community Relations Council
director of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County, was
recently appointed to the newly
established Community
Relations Board (CRB) of Palm
Beach County for a 3-year term.
The appointment was made by
Commissioner Peggy Evatt and
approved by the Palm Beach
County Commissioners at a
September meeting.
The CRB, composed of 15
members throughout Palm
Beach, was established by the
County Commissioners by
resolution "to promote and
PBKC Schooling
Official schooling begins
Monday night, Nov. 17 at the
Palm Beach Kennel Club, it was
announced by Racing Secretary
John Hartwell.
Schooling races will be held
every night that week through
Saturday with the first race
scheduled to get under way at
approximately 6:30 p.m.
The schooling races will be
open to the public including
children of all ages. There is no
admission charge and parking is
free.
The Kennel Club season begins
1 Friday night, Nov. 28.
religious, racial and ethnic
groups and their members."
Established in the aftermath of
the Liberty City riots in Miami,
the CRB hopes to have a positive
impact in Palm Beach County.
In addition to serving on the
CRB, Rabbi Sherman is on the
Board of Hospice, Council on
Child Abuse and Neglect of Palm
Beach County, and is a chaplain
for the 3220th U.S. Army
Garrison, West Palm Beach.
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The Jewish Floridan of Palm Beach County
Friday, Novemb^,
Letter to the Editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
During 19 years of Jordanian
occupation of Jerusalem, Jewish
houses of worship were
destroyed, holy shrines
desecrated, the world famous
Hadassah Hospital and Hebrew
University almost destroyed, the
Jewish quarter destroyed, and
Jews could not go to the Temple
Mount to pray, although they
***********
had gone there for centuries
under all regimes.
That was the situation under
Jordanian occupation, and the
world was silent.
What is the situation now
under Israeli jurisdiction? The
hospital and University are
reconstructed, the houses of
worship rebuilt, and everyone is
free to go to his holy shrine to
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Treasures in
Jewish
Cooking
v Dora Leopold
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The Jewish Floridian and Dora Leopold share these treasures
in Jewish cooking with you.
Delicious Stuffing for Turkey
2 Tablespoons oil (approximately)
2 Medium size onions, chopped
:i Carrots, chopped
1 bunch hearts of celery with leaves, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped
11 lb. fresh mushrooms sliced.
or canned sliced mushrooms, drained
4 garlic cloves, mashed
1 Teaspoon poultry seasoning
Sail
Black pepper
1 package cornbread stuffing mix ,
Heat oil. Saute onions and garlic until transparent. Add
carrots, celery and green pepper. Continue sauteeing until
vegetables are tender. Add oil if necessary. Add fresh mush-
rooms and sautee until mushrooms are done. If canned mush-
rooms are added, do not sautee. Take off heat and put aside.
Prepare cornbread stuffing and mix according to package
directions. Remove from heat and cool a little. Add sauteed
vegetables to mix. Mix in the poultry seasoning; add salt and
pepper to taste.
If mixture is not sufficiently moist, add a little oil. Stuff
turkey loosely. If any stuffing remains, place in open casserole
dish and bake for approximately 35 to 45 minutes before ser-
ving
pray Christians, Moslems and
Jews.
As for the question of
autonomy. This was neither an
Egyptian nor an American
proposal. It was Israel who
initiated this idea. Israel wants to
live with her Arab neighbors in
peace and human dignity. Israel
proposed full autonomy so that
Arabs can elect their own
Administrative Council which
will care for them and deal with
their daily affairs without in-
terference from Israel. Israel only
reserves the ri^ht to maintain its
security Now, we hear proposal!
tor a Palestinian state. Such a
state would Im a mortal dangertO
: Their people would In-held
it) and town
m Israel would l threatened bj
guns, tanks and missiles
Countless people would be killed
and peaa murdered by per-
manent bloodshed
In a generation in which the
Jewish people lost millions of
their children through per-
secution. Israel cannot believe in
illusions.
Israel signed an agreement at
Camp David and is living up to
it. even though it means the
relocation of Israeli defense
forces from the Sinai which will
require 11.6 billion, while the
transfer to Egypt of the Sinai oil
wells is forcing Israel to pay
nearly $2 billion more for im-
ported oil this year and all this
while Israel suffers an inflation
rate ot 120 percent Yet, despite
all this, Sadal government
spokesmen have declared that
Israel's very existence is con-
sidered "Zionist aggression."
The Bible teaches is i., do
justice and t. work for ethical
values of benefit to all mankind
The Jewish people have, at
long last, after centuries of
IK'rsecution. returned to the land
of their forefathers. Israel has no
desire to evict one Arab. Only to
live in peace with them.
Yes. Israel is for full
autonomy, but Israel is also for
its own security. This is not a
matter of policy It is a question
of life and survival
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Participants in the Jewish Federation of Palm Reach Cou
Community Mission to Israel attended several briefino t.
sessia
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prior to their departure. The Mission, led I y Barban
Xathan Tanen of North Palm Beach, included an exu "*
fact-finding tour covering Israel from as far smith as BerT
in the Negev to Metulla, the northernmi t !n)lnt 0fl '*
ruse border.
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Nathan Tanen (left), co-leader of the Jewish Fidvrationoffd
Reach County Community Mission to Israel discusses
itinerary with participants (left to right) Larry Ochstein, I
Ochstein andJeannette Sriberg at a briefing sessinn prior.tol,
Oct. 26 departure. The Palm Beach County residents spentl
days touring the entire State of Israel.
The Prune Juice
Self-Improvement
Han.
It's a natural. Eat well-balanced
foods. Exercise. Enjoy Sunsweet,
the 100% pure natural fnrit juke. It
contains iron and potassium and
vitamin B2. And it tastes good.
Remember, any improvement you
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1 he Jewish Flondian of Palm BeackCoanty
PageT-
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Ruth Levon Elected Chairperson
:*:>:
A .Jewish Kducator's Council
of Palm Beach County has been
established and will be composed
,/ion of a $4.000,000 goal sparked the initial meeting of the
keaign Cabinet of the 1981 Jewish Federation-United
ah Appeal campaign headed by General Campaign
'man Myron J. Nickman (center!. Pictured with Nickman
jienry Bassuk I left), campaign director of the Jewish Fed-
ton of Palm Beach County and Robert S. Levy, past general
ILign chairman. See Story Page 1.
r\

i
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nbers of the Campaign Cabinet present at the first meeting
{(seated left to right) George Golden, Dr. Peter Wunsh,
itimer Weiss, Bernard Plisskin. (Standing left to right)
[man J Schimelman, executive director of the Jewish Fed-
Ion, Sheila Engelstein, Alec Engelstein, Anne Fawus,
nley Brenner.
leather in the Habet LTShma
met hod of teaching the language.
Mrs. Levow has founded
teacher's centers in Illinois and
Wisconsin.
The Jewish Educator's Council
has been formed in response to
the concern felt by many
professionals for the quality of
Jewish education in this area.
The Council will be composed of
all those professionally involved,
on a supervisory level, with
Jewish education in the area. It is
members (seated left to right) Nathan
Hornstein, Abe Yarchin, Louis bilk.
ting left to right) H. Irwin Levy, Dr. Howard Kay.
r Gladstone, Irving Rurten and Arnold Hoffman.
npaign Cabinet
ten, Benjamin
Mrs. Ruth Levow

of principals and heads of schools
serving Jewish students in the
area. Present at the first meeting
on Tuesday, Oct. 28, were
representatives from the Jewish
Community Day School, the
Jewish Community Center, the
Midrasha High School, Anshei
Shalom, Temple Beth David,
Temple Beth El, Temple Israel
and the Rabbinical Council. All
local congregations were invited
to participate, but not all could
l>e present at the first meeting.
Elected as chairperson for the
group is Mrs. Kuth Levow,
principal of the Temple Beth El
Religious School Mrs. I.evow is
known throughout the United
States and Canada for her work
in developing teacher's centers
tin Jewish schools. She servee as
a consultant and gives
workshops all over North
America on how to be more ef-
fective teachers, and shows
teachers how to create and use
materials in the classroom. Mrs.
I of the Learning Plant, a company
which publishes games and other
educational materials for use in
Jewish schools. She has been
teaching Judaica and Hebrew for
twenty six years and is a master
the intention of the group to
establish a formal relationship
will all of those relevant entities
that impact on Jewish education,
such as the Jewish Education
Committee of the Jewish
Federation, and Palm Beach
Junior College.
Mrs. Levow expressed the
hope that by working
cooperatively, all those involved
in Jewish education can enhance
the quality of Jewish education in
Palm Beach County.
When you re ready
for dunk in
instead of munchin
Swiss Knight Fondue has made "dunkin" very
glamorous because there's nothing so elegantly
informal, beautifully entertaining or as teasingly
delicious as when serving Swiss Knight Fondue.
The special blend of Emmenthaler and natural
Swiss Gruyere gives this treat a special ta am that
makes it "just right" to enjoy no matter what else
you're serving. Made bubbling hot and served with
bread cubes and fruit, Swiss Knight Fondue is as
easy to prepare as it is to eat!
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fondue
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THE ANCIENT FIG belongs
on your Chanukah table.
So, for this "Festival of
Lights" we have arranged
with retailers to offer you
these free, holiday recip-
es wherever they display
dried figs. When you do
your holiday shopping,
be sure to pick up this free recipe
folder and enjoy this favorite fruit of the ancient world in kugel
strudel, latkes, compote and chicken. California fig growers
wishyoua||AppYCHA^^
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The Jewish Floridian of PalmBeach County

"mber 14,11
0^O4ltU^^ii^^
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S
COMMITTEE
Palm Beach East chapter oi
Brandeis University National
Women'8 Committee will hold its
first general meeting with the
"Study Group Show Case" at 10
a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19, at
Temple Israel, 1901 North
Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach.
Hermine Hoffman, National
Board member and past Regional
President will be the guest
speaker. Refreshments will be
served.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The Palm Beach Section of the
National Council of Jewish
Women is proud to present an art
exhibition. This exhibition is of
the various children's work
participating in our Picture Lady
Project in the various public
schools in the area. The children's
art work will be on exhibit in the
window of Jordan Marsh Palm
Beach Mall the weekend of Nov.
15 and 16.
AMERICAN MIZRACHI
WOMEN
American Mizrachi Women.
Rishona Chapter, is planning a
day's tour for Wednesday, Dec.
10. Buses are leaving from the
Century Village Clubhouse at 9
a.m. For reservation contact
Anne Lipson, projects chairpe
son.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN
ORT
The next meeting of Women's
American ORT, Golden Lakes
Chapter, will be held in their
Clubhouse on Tuesday, Nov. 25.
For our program we will present
Israel School's Sahite.
ORT Sabbath will be
celebrated at Temple Israel on
Saturday, Dec. 6, at 10:30 a.m.
All are welcomed.
Women's American ORT,
Boynton Beach, is sponsoring a
dinner / theatre party at the
Royal Palm Theater the play -
Oliver Dec. 3. Contact Lee
Goldstein, chairperson. There
will be a luncheon / card party at
the Sun Wah Restaurant on
January 13. Edith Becker is
chairperson. "The Bubba's
Yerisha" a Yiddish musical play
will be presented on March 22, at
the Deerfield High School. For
tickets call Dorothy Hirsch.
Women'8 American ORT, will
hold its monthly general meeting
on Monday, Nov. 24, at noon in
the Social Hall at Poinciana
Place. An original mini-musical
show entitled "Musical Inter-
view" will be presented by
members of the Century Chapter.
The theme embraces all aspects
of ORT'a Global Program. The
script and lyrics were written by
Sylvia Sommerfield Mildred
Birnbaum will be the ac-
companying pianist. Refresh-
ments will be served and all
guests are cordially invited.
HADASSAH
The Bat Gurion Chapter of
Hadassah, will be holding a
"Beauty Breakfast" on Thurs-'
day, Nov. 20, at 9:30 am. at Tret
Jolie in the Poinciana Plaza in
Palm Beach.
Magdalena Jassir, partner and
manager of Tree Jolie and two of
her professional cosmeticians will
be demonstrating mini facials
and make up applications.
Coffee and pastry will be
served.
The general meeting of the.
Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will be held on Nov. 18,
at 1 p.m. in the Lakeside Village
Auditorium. Our program will be
a book review by Dr. Anna
Harris, 'My name is Asheriev,'
author is Haim Poltock. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah has a few openings for
the 7-day Royal Carribean Cruist
visited can be gotten by calling
Goldye Wolff.
The Henrietta Szold Group of
Hadassah will have a Desert
Card Party on Dec. 18, at 12:30
p.m. in the Lakeside Village
Auditorium. Youth Aliyah
chairpersons are Midge Cole and
Pearl Rubinzohl. Please call for
reservations.
Nov. 19 will be Jai-Alai night
for members and friends of
Tamar Hadassah. $5 will cover
the cost of a reserved seat and a
program. Call either Ruth
Liebowitz or Ruth Crandall for
tickets.
Our paid-up membership
luncheon will be held on Nov. 24
at Maximillian's in Royal Palm
Beach. Reservations must be
made by Nov. 20. Contact either
Fran Freiman, Molly Arkans, or
Martha Pincu. Donation is $4.
Tamar's study group will meet
on Monday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. at
Tira Rosen's home.
Save your used items for our
rummage sale to be held on Dec.
7. For collections, plese call Ruth
Crandall.
The Lee Vassil Group of
Hadassah, will hold their in-
stallation of officers, on Tuesday,
Nov. 25, at 12:30 p.m. at the '
County Squire Inn, on Lake
Worth Road.
Terry Rapaport, president
of the Central Florida
Region, will install the ladies.
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg, of
Beth Shalom of Lake Worth, will
give the invocation.
Refreshments will be served.
All members, transfers and
friends are invited.
Musical entertainment by Mrs.
Rose Scheuer.
Nov. 14, West Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah is having
Hadassah Sabbath at
Congregation Anshei Sholem.
Speaker, Laurel Weiner of
National Hadassah.
Nov. 17, regular meeting and
paid-up membership mini-lunch
at Congregation Anshei Sholem.
Roz Oliver will speak on Vietnam
and the boat people.
Nov. 18 and 19, 2-day trip to
Disney World. Proceeds to
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Chairman Emma Shipper.
Thanksgiving weekend at the
Sea Gull in Miami Beach.
Contact Tillie Rosenbaum, Jean
Raskin, Regina Parnes.
Shalom Group of W. Palm
Beach Hadassah, will hold its
next regular meeting at
Congregation Anshei Sholom,
Century Village, Wednesday,
Nov. 19. at 12:30 p.m. Betty
Steinberg Tell will review "Tulips
are Red" by Leeaha Rose.
Shalom invites you to attend
the Chapter Matinee Theatre
Party at Royal Palm Theatre.
Wednesday. Dec. 10. Enjoy a sit
down lunch and Oliver" For
reservations, phone Shalom
Chairman Ida Goetz or Lillian
Schack.
The first phase of the Because
We Care project came to a
successful conclusion at the
October meeting. Mae Podwol
chairman, now embarks on the
second phase, and urges con-
tinued cooperation in this simple
way to earn donor credit and an
invitation to HMO and HIES
luncheons. Phone Mae
(Southampton C) for particulars.
Call Augusta Steinhardt 'or
information about Study Group
sessions.
Z'hava Hadassah meeting
Thursday, Nov. 20. at 12:30 p.m.
in the auditorium of Golden
Lakes Village. In celebration of
Jewish Book Month a book
review of "Raquela, A Woman of
Israel" written by Dr. Ruth
Gruber followed by a discussion
of the book. All those who have
read it, are invited to participate.
In addition we will hear about a
personal meeting with Raquela
Prywes and Dr. Ruth Gruber.
Coming event; Monday. Nov.
10, a bus trip to Viscaya, lun-
. cheon at the Rusty Pelican bus
fare and gratuities included in
price. Contact Rose Rraun and
Ruth Heller.
B'NAI B'RITH
North Lodge B'nai B'rith
presents a lecture by Robert
Alsofrom, PhD., Wednesday,
Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. at Woodland
Lakes Country Club Clubhouse.
Just off PGA Boulevard. All
members and persons interested
in joining are urged to attend.
The next general meeting will
be held on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 8
p.m. at the Jewish Community
Center, 2415 Okeechobee
Boulevard, West Palm Beach.
A musical program will be
presented by the students of
Twin Lakes High School, West
Palm Beach.
The ladies of Masada Chapter
will distribute Thanksgiving
"Ditty Bags" to the residents of
the County Home and General
Care Facility on Friday, Nov. 21,
starting at 3:30 p.m.
The "Ditty Bags" will contain
home made booties and many
other useful articles for the 124
residents.
Refreshments will be served by
the ladies of the Chapter.
Entertainment.
The B'nai B'rith
Women of Boynton Beach wul
hold their regular meeting on
Monday, Nov. 10, at Temple
Beth Sholom of Lake Worth at
12:30 p.m.
Ruth Goldberg, director of
B'nai B'rith Women South
Coastal Region will show slides of
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Refreshments will be served.
B'nai B'rith Women, Menorah
Chapter, will sponsor a Day at
the Calder Races," on Dec. 10.
The contribution will include bus
transportation, luncheon ad-
mission fee and a program.
On Dec. 17. the chapter will
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Mazol Tov to George and May Brookman for i heir double |
blessing. They became great-grandparents twi< this year.
Granddaughter Penni and husband Steve of Swar ea, Mass.,
gave birth to a daughter Maya. Granddaughtt. Lynda and
husband Steve of Lauderhill, introduced a sor Eric to the
Florida scene.
The proud "bubba" is a former president of t h. Auxiliary of
the Jewish Home for Asthmatic Children in Denver. Great-
grandfather George is Palm Beach County '"o-ordinator for the
Committee on National Health Insurance. Washington, D.C.,
and a resource person of the Area Cooperating Libraries on the
Dead Sea Scrolls, a branch of Biblical Archeology.
Ruth Levow, you have excelled again. Ruth, L er capacity
as publisher, author and teacher-trainer led the Major Fall
Workshop of the Atlantic Bureau of Jewish Education held this
past Oct. 20. More than 100 teachers and principals repre-
senting Reform, Conservative and Orthodox schools par-
ticipated in the sessions led by Ruth. Palm Beach County ia
lucky to have an educator as qualified as Ruth Levow.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Presenting the Prime Time Singles! The
Jewish Corrmunity Center is sponsoring this exciting singles
group with a purpose of single Jewish people between 45 and 65
years old to meet, socialize and engage in cultural and
recreational activities on an ongoing basis.
Program Director Lila Rosenberg pans many exciting
Sunday evening events. On Nov. 16, Dr. Robert Alsofrom will
be the guest speaker. Congratulations to officers Lila Pearl,
president, and Gert Brown, vice president. Last, but not least,
Harry Kornberg ia in charge of publicity. The Prime Time
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i.No
|Vemberl4,1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
Because Someone Cared
Rabbis Declare Support
eWlowinKaguettide
by Mr. Sanford I.
Lr M.S.W., ataff
^fortheJewiphF^mly
Idren's Service. Mr.
u; articles will resume in
^uent issues.
/ Case names mentioned in
.articles are fictitious; client
"mauon at Jewish Family &
]irtn's Service is held m the
st ofconfidence).
auestion often arises in
.line "How BTe you
?|o help me?" Although I
J spell it out in technical
certain principles occur in
J, every therapeutic en-
fcter These principles, called
E guidance, were formulated
, Dr. William Glasser in his
i Realitv Therapy. Let me
go through some of the
(ophies of reality guidance.
basic tenet of reality
Jance is that each person has
basic needs love and

Stephen P. Levitt, ACSW, exec-
utive director of the Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service of
Palm Beach County, Inc.
(Subequent articles will appear in
the coming weeks.)
worth. Not only does a person
need to be loved, but each person
must also give love for the love
need to be satisfied. Likewise,
each person must somehow see
himself / herself as worthwhile
For Hospice
By RABBI ALAN R.
SHERMAN
and be seen by someone else as
worthwhile. The task of therapy
is to help people who at present
are behaving poorly to develop
new ways of acting which will
allow them to meet their needs in The Central Conference of
a socially acceptable way. We see rtrnerican Rabbis (CCAR) at
needs (i.e., love and worth) as not their annual conference held in
being flexible; whereas, Pittsburgh, Pa., passed a reso-
behaviors are flexible. Simply iution urging rabbis to become
put, we try as counselors to help involved with the work of
people satisfy their needs and Hospice in communities around
goals by changing how they tne country. Hospice is recog-
behave. nized as being of great benefit to
A therapist will typically ask patients medically diagnosed as
the client: 1. What are you doing at their final stages of life to
now? 2. Is it satisfying you? If assist them and their families to
the answer to question two is experience the highest quality of
"no", as is so often the case, then life whether that life be for weeks,
we try to help the client make a months or a year,
plan so that their needs become The word "hospice" comes
fulfilled. A clinical example will from tne id French, meaning a
help clarify this even further. shelter or lodging place for
I saw a couple last year who travelers. It is derived from the
fought all the time about what Latin word hospitum, meaning
appeared to be the silliest things, hospitality,
and constantly "knocked" each jn our jocaj community, Hos-
other down. Although they really pjce 0f paim Beach County, Inc.
cared for each other, they weren't jg an interdisciplinary team of
showing it. Obviously, their physicians, nurses, social
needs were not being satisfied WOrkers, therapists, psy-
and both were behaving in a chologists, clergy, home health
fashion that countered any &iaes an(j iay volunteers who
feeling of being loved or of being wor|t together with individuals
worthy. My job, as their coun- an(j their families to ease the
selor. was to help them mutually 0Verall stress and burden of
satisfy each other's needs- by dying,
communicating with respect and .....

Levine, the Jewish Community Center's teen leader, is
ounded by some members of his teen board. Reading from
right are: Robert Alt man, Heidi Reiff, Russell Kandel,
iRutstein and Joel Levine in the middle all working hard
faring exciting programs for all teens.
Hospice exists not to postpone
death, but to help patients and
their families live together as
fully possible until death, it that
is imminent; or to provide the
support necessary to regain
health, if that be possible.
Hospice assists in the manage-
ment of pain and related symp-
toms, helps strengthen the bond
between patients (in need of com-
prehensive care) and their
families by helping the patient
and the family express then-
needs and communicate with one
another. Hospice assists the
primary caregiver at home
helping to keep patients in their
own familiar surroundings, holds
"caring and sharing" groups
with family members who wish to
share experiences. The Hospice
team maintains contact with sur-
vivors during the first year of
bereavement. In addition. Hos-
pice helps educate the com-
munity that death is a natural
part of life.
Presently I am serving on the
Board of Hospice of Palm Beach
County, and plan to call on the
services of Hospice whenever
needed in serving the Jewish
people of our community.
caring about each other's feelings
and thoughts. By doing this,
each partner felt better about
himself as individuals and about
each other as a couple.
(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. Our office
is located at 2411 Okeechobee
Boulevard. Our telephone
number is 684-1991. The Jewish
Family & Children's Service is a
beneficiary agency of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County).
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Page 10
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, Novemberl
From The President's Coffee...
Left to right: Adele Simon, Renee Bassuk, co-chairmen; Leah Siskin, Vice President for
Education; Anne S. Faivus, Women's Division President; Sylvia Lewis, Presidential Liaison;
Barbara Shulman, Past President of Women's Division.
"We as American Jewisl
leaders of Palm Beach Countx
affirm the moral imperative I
build and maintain a strontn
Jewish community, committeji
to promoting a quality life for\
Jews here and throughout the]
world."

<
President's Coffee on September 15th
... To The 2nd Annual Jewish Women's As;
Alan L. Shulman, President of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, addresses the Assembly. Also shown, Leah
Siskin, Chairman of the Day.
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Attentive crowd hears about Jewish women in a world of nations.
Phyllis Kaminsky askt Assemblywomen "where the brotherhood of men has faL
the sisterhood of women can prevail" **/wea, per nap t
Renee Bassuk, co-chairman of the day, *P*f j
dais, AnneS Faivus, President of the Women *'
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1. November 14.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
I Dr. Ruth Gruber, author of "Raquela, brings audience to
1 tears with her moving account of Jewish courage.
By Standing Acclamation ...
"We, as American Jewish leaders of Palm Beach Coun-
ty, affirm the moral imperative to build and maintain a
strong Jewish community, committed to promoting a
quality life for Jews here and throughout the world."
Furthermore, we express a
resolution of concern
a. for the security of the State of Israel in light of
growing tensions in the Middle East and the Iran-
Iraq War.
b. for the eruption of anti-Semitic violence in Paris and
throughout the world.
c. for the security of captive Jewish communities
throughout the world, among them Syria, Iran,
Ethiopia and the Soviet Union.
d. for the declining rate of Soviet Jewish emigraiton.
e. for the possible attempt to expel the State of Israel
from the United Nations General Assembly.
.. We, as participants in the 1980 Jewish Women's
Assembly, reaffirm our support for the State of Israel
and for all Jews in peril around the globe."
On Monday October 27th At The Breakers

Rabbi David Saperstein
focused on Jewish commit-
ment and how Jews in peril
around the globe can be
saved
Women's Assembly mesmerized with words of Dr. Ruth Gruber
Pia Lindstrom discusses her experience as a participant in
Jerusalem Women's Seminar.
Elaine Dubow (left) speaks on Soviet Jewry at a crossroad.
Also shown center: Pia Lindstrom and Phyllis Kaminsky.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 13
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TEMPLE ISRAEL Club of the Palm Beaches
Lole Israel Sisterhood javerh^ Rd>. on Saturday,
^tennis tournament Nov. 15. at 6 o.ro. tiM.
^""Sy evening at Tennis I Activities: doubles, mixed
t again the Men's Club of Congregation Anshei Sholom has
Je a substantial donation to the Building Fund of the Jewish
Lmunity Day School which will be built on Haverhill Road
t45th Street in the very near future. The funds were the net
hpts of the successful Passover Seders held at the syna-
\e. Accepting the check is School Director MordecaiLevow
\terl with Congregation President Max Shapiro and Club
Went Victor Duke.
Community Calendar
In. IS
LlEWISH FEDERATION
KOGRAM 8 p. m.
YOUNG LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Nov. 16
[Temple Beth Sholom Men'* Club 9:30 a.m.
Nov. 17
emple Emonu-EI Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah -
I p.m. Jewish Family & Children'* Service board 7:30 p. m.
B'nai B'nth No. 3016 7:45 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION MIDEAST
CONFERENCE AT TEMPLE BETH EL 7:30 p.m.
M.1I
lemple Beth El Membership Suppler 8 p.m. Hadassah Tik-
fcah Trip to Disney World Hadassah Henrietta Szold board 1
p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m. Temple Beth David -
poord 8 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1
i.m. Temple Israel board 8 p. m.
ov. 19
llEWISH FEDERATION WOMEN'S DIVISION BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MEETING 730 p.m. B'nai B'rith North Lodge Dinner meeting
^Temple Beth David Sisterhood 7:30 p.m. American Jewish
nmittee Cocktail Party Breakers 4 p.m. Temple Israel
en's Club board 7:30 p.m. Hadassah Shalom National
Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach 10 a.m. Temple
prael Men's Club Pioneer Women Golda Meir board 1 p.m.
Jewish Community Center's Women's Association 10 a.m.
[emple Beth Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30 a.m. Dessert
ford Party- 12:30 p.m.
ov.20
[JEWISH FEDERATION ENDOWMENT FUND TAX SEMINAR -
BREAKERS HOTEL 4-8 p.m. Women's American ORT Evening -
boord -8pm. Hodassah Yovel 1 p.m. Hadassah Bat
punon 10 a.m. Hadassah Chai Paid up Luncheon Fashion
F-how Jewish Community Center Executive Committee 8
)m. Hodassah -Golda Meir- 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women
^Medina 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav board 9:30
p.m.
>.21
pWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN CABINET LUNCHEON MEETING -
JIAWADAINN- 12:15p.m.
v. 22
J">ple Beth El Social Set -Party
ov. 23
pple Beth David Chanukah Bazaar 10 a.m.
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P'noi B'rith Women Boynton Beach board 1 p.m. Women's
encan ORT Mid-Palm 1 p.m. Women's American ORT -
Palm Beach-12:30 p.m.
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"<" B-ri.h Women Masada 8 p.m. Women's American ORT
wt Palm Beach board 1 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10
* Temple Beth El Executive Board 8 p.m. Temple Beth
'Wen's Club- boord -8 p.m.
. 26
|*WISH FEDERATION BOARD OF DIRECTOR'S MEETING 8 p.m.
p. 2?
kd!!KSGlVING H doubles, price is $10 per person,
(includes tennis tournament,
food, drink; prizes and music).
Sponsored by Temple Israel
Sisterhood. Reservation a must
by Nov. 8. Please contact
chairpersons, Arlene Gross or
Judy Hasner.
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday,
November 17, at noon, in
Schwartzberg Hall.
Interest in book reviews and
discussions has prompted a
special literary program. Adele
Sayles. Temple Israel's librarian,
will introduce Dr. Joseph
Mersand, English Professor,
lecturer and contributor to many
literary publications. He has
edited volumes of stories for both
teenagers and life stories of
outstanding American men and
women in the arts, science and
public life. At present his at-
tention is directed to the work of
Bernard Malamud, one of
America's important con-
temporary novelists. Lunch will
be served.
Prior to this meeting, the
Study Group will meet in the
Music Room from 10:30 to 11:30.
Rabbi Joel Levine will continue a
series of discussions on the
changing roles of Jewish women
in today's society.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
David of Northern Palm Beach
County will hold its Annual
Holiday Bazaar on Sunday, Nov.
23, between the hours of 10 and 5
at OJfce Westminister Presbyterian
Church Annex located at
Military Trail and Bums Road,
Palm Beach Gardens. New
merchandise for sale will be
Chanukah items and other
giftware including handmade
crafts and hicite, brass, wood and
ceramic articles. In addition, the
bazaar will offer baked goods,
snack bar, carnival-type games
for children, and a silent auction.
For more information call the
Temple office.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
The first open membership
meeting and Petite Buffet of the
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El
will take place in the new Social
Hall of the Temple on Nov. 17, at
12:30 p.m.
President Alan Cummings and
Rabbi Joel Chazin, will bring
greetings of welcome. An up-
dated report of the Annual Gala
Donor Luncheon, to be held on
February 18, 1980, at the
Venetian Ballroom of the
Breakers Hotel, will be made by
Donor Chairman Regina Basin.
An interesting report will be
given of the recent meeting of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County's Women's Assembly, at
which 25 of our Sisterhood
members were privileged to
attend and felt amply rewarded.
A delightful entertainment
program has been prepared,
consisting of a membership skit
and a musical featuring the
vocalist Ruth Bernstein, ac-
companied by Fran Golden.
A large attendance of members
and prospective members are
anticipated at this meeting.
TEMPLE BETH EL
Mrs. Glorias Werner, im-
I mediate past president, will be
honored in recognition for her
service to Sisterhood and
Judaism. A certificate of ap-
preciation will be presented to
Mrs. Werner at the membership
meeting to be held on Tuesday,
Nov. 18. at 8 p.m. at the Temple.
Bernard Mycorn, Irving Wolzer, Herman Linshes, Dr. Sansers
Smith, President of Temple Beth Sholom, Congressman Daniel
A. Mica and Charles H. Stuback, President of the Men's Club
of Temple Beth Sholom The photo (taken by Harry Urovsky)
was taken while the men were listening to the reading of the
minutes by Co-Secretary Philip Weiss.
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1980
The Jewish Flotidian of Palm Beach County
Page 16
rspectives on Jewish Education
re
LgOBDECAILEVOW
E November meeting of the
h Community Day School
KiB deal with the top* The
! Iher nilemma. The
Ebobv."Usly is the con-
tr ,ha, the g amour of the
Kiso .presents to all
feTjUIsh children. The
J, response to our
I*h JJ lhBt ur kids delight in
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lint. "lumnha*
tL been involve other
W- mniunityand
fresen.il as wall M
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We Beth
Ijtten by
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eared in the
iimn of the
letin It was
Levow, the
Ed Director .1 the Temple.
I, nessage 1 observations
Upplicahl-'" (lu-children in
religious -chool in our
fmunity Mrs. Levow s
jitionthai the | rents have
tfsponsibiliiv to make Jewish
, meaning! 1. at home and to
L advantage <>i opportunities
(red by the synagogue is well
Inded Wen more of our
tldren 10 have a truly Jewish
itriense all year round the
member Dilemma" would
porate.
1 The Fall holidays are now but
J memorj and the Luach
Lendari -U" ihead for a
:: without any
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sure it seemed like most of the
week, every week was another
Jewish holiday; yet there are
only five in the entire year
wherein we are commanded to do
no manner of work and to attend
Services. These five are: Rosh
Hashanah. Yom Kippur (and
these two are in a special
category). Succoth. Pesach. and
Shavuoth. 1 wonder, since there
are so few. why we Jews find it so
difficult to observe these days l
am well aware that on the second
day ol Rosh Hashanah, most it
not aflapf our Beth El Religious
School children were in school
Mm", hildren told me the onlj
reason 1 hey were not in school the
hrst day "I Rosh Hashanah was
that their schools were closed! 1
have trouble understanding this
but once I realized this sad truth
I immediately understood why
there were only two of our
children in Synagogue on the four
days of Yom Tov for the Holiday
of Succoth I People who do not
observe Rosh Hashanah, ol
course, do not observe Succoth.
Okay, so this is the way it is. but
is this the way it should he'' \V.
are Jews, but how and why? Are
we only Jews at the occasion of
our child's Mar or Bat Mitzvah. If
so. it is truly tragic because we
are turning our backs on a very
ancient, beautiful and fulfilling
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cheating our children out of the
opport unity to be raised truly
Ii w ily which means ob-
serving the Jewish holidays
Perhapi this is the reason why
our children go off to colleges and
are attracted to the movements
of other religions including cults.
They see these as warm, caring,
vibrant and loving experiences
and all that these children know
of Judaism is a once a year oc-
casion to be in the Synagogue
(Yom Kippur, probably) and the
day of the Bar Bat Mitzvah.
After the latter is over. I un-
derstand from several youngsters
in the school, there is a big let-
down and the feeling that there is
no point even in continuing one's
Jewish education. What are we
turning our back on?
Let us take a ibok at
the most recent of the
aforementioned five holidays
Succoth. How many of you have
had the excitement shared with
everyone in the family of helping
to build and decorate a Succah?
And then when it is finally ready.
to sit down together with family
and friends in the shared warmth
of this humble dwelling, knowing
that this is how our ancestors
lived many, many years ago and
that this is how countless Jews
ving at this holiday all over
the world. As one invites in each
the Ushpizin special
- Abraham. Issac Jacob.
ph. Moses, Aaron, and
; (avid) and imagines this special
n sterious presence, and -ays
Jessing that reminds us Cod
commanded us to dwell in the
Succah as one sits down to a
sumptuous meal, one cannot help
inn be thankful for all our many
blessings, including our famdy
, and friends and the warmth and
I joy of this holiday. Stars twinkle
i thru the latticed "roof," moon
beams glisten and as the
assembled groups sing Hebrew
holiday songs a feeling of
tremendous gladness and
satisfaction has to be paramount.
Why should any Jew miss out on
this?"
"Unfortunately in modem
times in this country, most Jews
have turned over the respon-
sibility for all observances to the
Synagogue, as fewer and fewer
customs are observed in the
home. This is a sad thing as the
home observances have to be
more personal, and therefore
more meaningful: but how much
sadder it is, that today we have
to a large extent given up even
going to the Synagogue on Yom
Tov.
(Reprinted with
from the Temple
Hulletin).
permission
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pridy. Nov^.
Keith Kronish Named Manager
Keith P. Kronish has been
appointed manager of the River-
side Memorial Chapel in West
Palm Beach. It was announced
by Carl Grossberg, President of
Riverside and Alfred Golden,
Executive Vice-President. The
Chapel is located at 714 Okee-
chobee Blvd.. West Palm Beach.
Kronish is a native of Florida,
having attended grade and high
schools in North Miami Beach.
He is a graduate of Oglethorpe
University in Atlanta, where he
received his Bachelor of Business
Administration degree. He
received his degree in Mortuary
Science from Dade Community
College. At Oglethorpe, Kronish
was President of Chi Phi Frater-
nity and headed the University
Student Council.
Kronish has been with River-
side since 1977. Previously, he
was manager of their Coral
Gables Chapel.
Kronish's family has long been
involved in Jewish communal
activities. His uncle, Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Miami Beach, is
national chairman fo the Israel
Bq'nds rganization. His parents,
grandparents and great grand-
parents have been leaders of
synagogues and recognized as
since 1935. It's origin goes back
to the turn of the century in New
York City, where Riverside was
founded and run by the Rosen-
thai family The newest of River-
side's facilities is their chapel in
West Palm Beach. Riverside's
continued commitment to Jewish
Keith Kronish
benefactors
stitutions since
century.
Keith
member
Pythias
of Jewish in-
the turn of the
Kronish is a Mason, a
of the Knights of
and Treasurer of the
B'nai B'rith Lodge of North Dade
County.
Riverside Memorial Chapels
have been serving the Jewish
Community of South Florida
Jewish HUD Workers
Combat Anti-Semitism
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
The Federal Times, s
Washington weekly reporting
developments affecting govern-
ment personnel, says Jewish
employees at the U.S. Depart-
ment of Housing and Urban
Development (HUD) have
organized to combat anti-
Semitism within the agency.
In its current edition, the
Federal Times said that the
employees are "troubled by a
perceived insjsmitivity of up-
permanagement-federal em-
ployees" and "are organizing a
Jewish caucus to protsct their
rights and push for more active
enforcement of equal em-
ployment opportunity.'
INTERVIEWING HUD
personnel about the article by
Winston Wood, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned that
a Jewish group is being formally
organized both for professional
and cultural purposes as well as
to combat unfair treatment.
It was pointed out that several
cases of discrimination against
Jews have been presented to the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and one case has entered
' gal proceedings. One allegation
was that time off for Jewish
holidays has been refused in some
instances although federal policy
is to accommodate religious
personnel.
In cultural pursuits, the
Jewish group plans an exhibit at
HUD in conjunction with the
Jewish Book Month Nov. 2-Dec.
2 which is under the national
auspices of the JWB Jewish
Book Council and to organize
Hebrew conversation and Jewish
heritage classes. Of the ap-
proximately 4,000 employees at
HUD's main offices here, about
300, or less than 10 percent, are
believed to be Jewish.
HUD OFFICIALS told JTA
that HUD Secretary Moon
Landrieu is concerned about the
discrimination allegations and is
seeking to eliminate them. As
Mayor of New Orleans, Landrieu
developed a reputation for strong
support for civil rights, the of-
ficials said.
"His staff is working with the
Jewish group," a Landrieu aide
told JTA. "If there is
discrimination he'll do what he
can to eliminate it." Thus far,
however, no list of grievances has
been presented and "no formal
request" to see Landrieu has
been made, the aide said.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 17
Profile of A Refusenik-Igor Smirnov
imunii>
,, Relations Council
yili.ni iiansker. Chairman
. SmirnoN is a 28-year-old
beer
refused
Leningrad. In
Uber 1979. he applied for an
but was *-<
in
his
visa. -
jmiary i960 because of
is first job.
a a mathematical engineer,
Linne-term relusenik. She first
[lied in October 1976. but w
refused four months later because
of a job she held as a computer
analyst with second degree
security clearance. Despite the
fact that she left this work in
1974. she received three mo.-e
refusals from 1977-1979.
To make their life more dif-
ficult, in December 1979. a month
after filing her emigration papers.
Irina was expelled from
Leningrad University where she
was pursuing advanced studies
Royal Palm Beach
Launches Bond Drive
pees
Richard Shugarman.
Simian of State of Israel Bonds
Palm Heath County, an-
the launching of the
Palm Beach Campaign
kick off luncheon at the
> of Mrs Sylvia Cohen. This
[cheon is in conjunction with
Women's Division of Palm
hch County in anticipation of
j Fashion Show being planned
iDec. 18.
|mne Kifkin. Boca Raton
lei Bond chairman and well
|wn community leader, will be
speaker at the Nov. 12
heon at Mrs. Cohen's.
flrs. Alice Wise and Mrs.
dyn Deutsch are co-chairmen
and are actively working with
their committee for the success of
the Israel Bond Campaign. At
their first planning meeting with
over 20 women in attendance the
chairman stated, "Israel faces
the challenges of 1980 with the
knowledge that the Israel Bond
Campaign will play a vital and
expanding role in the nation's
economic growth."
Dr. Shugarman stated that
with the devotion shown by the
workers of Royal Palm Beach
that this year 1980-81 would be
the best year for Israel Bonds,
and went on to say that this kick-
off luncheon was only the first
event to be held in Royal Palm
Beach for the Israel Bond 1980-81
Campaign.
Israel Bond Accepts Goal
Palm Reach County Israel
Committee has accepted a
of $9 million for the 1980-81
ipaign announced Israel Bond
imittee chairman Dr. Richard
igarman. In making this
uncement, Dr. Shugarman
d. "This is the most am-
ius goal accepted by our local
imittee but commensurate
the needs of the people of
pel
Teddy Kollek, mayor of
Isalem, has asked that we
berate the sale of Israel
kds to help in the unification
Derusalem." Dr. Shugarman
* i the support of KM) members
Board the goal will be
Ihetl il not surpassed this
Last year Palm Beach County
sold 7','j million in Israel Bonds
and were ranked 12 in the
country in Israel Bond sales, Dr.
Shugarman went on to say "that
was a tremendous growth over
the $500,000 raised only six years
ago. We are definitely growing
from strength to strength."
Dr. Shugarman continued that
with support of the many hi-rises
and condos and the very able
leadership here in Palm Beach
County that our goals for the
coming year are assured.
"Peace Negotiations began
because Israel was economically
strung" said Dr. Shugarman at a
recent Board of Governors break-
fast meeting and "Peace will be
assured if Israel maintains its
economic strength."
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also lost her job and has been
unable to find any kind of em-
ployment since then.
Irina's mother protests that
her daughter had no access to
secrets. She explains that Irina
' worked as a junior engineer and
had no connection to actual
design testing or implementation
Both Irina and her mother
suffer from their forced
separation. Irina's mother ap-
peals to us for help in reuniting
the family: "She and I both feel
pain of our broken family. We
have not seen each other since
November 1978, and in her letters
my daughter repeatedly ex-
pressed unbearable pain and
sorrow. She has no relative in
Russia; her mother and brother
live in the USA."
Name: Igor Smimov, born in
1952, occupation, engineer.
Married to Irina, applied in
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refusal: Security clearance of job
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Minding Our Business and
Our Mitzvah Obligations
No matter how old we are or
how much we have experienced,
there is always something we can
learn about human nature. There
are also lessons we have learned
and forgotten which are brought
to mind by some new situation.
In downtown West Palm
Beach 1 saw a man trying to
drive his car out of a space where
there was little room to
maneuver. He was inching his
way out, watching lest he dent
his own fender or that of the car
parked in front of his. As I
passed I saw how hard he was
working, and from my vantage
point I advised him that he would
Editor's Note: The views
expressed by the rabbis are
strictly their own and do not
necessarily reflect the views of
he Jewish Federation of Palm
leach County.
:lear the car ahead. His answer
vas, "I'm doing all right without
/our help. Save your breath."
For a moment I was shocked,
md I am sure that most people
would call the man an ingrate and
a boor. But, strangely enough,
as I continued on my way, I was
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known, viz. to mind my own
business and not to proffer help
when it is not requested.
Learning to mind one's
business seems to be a hard
lesson for many people. They
seem to feel that their own attairs
are in such good order that they
can devote themselves to the
concerns of others. They engage
in gossip and in idle speculation
concerning the actions of friends
and neighbors, not realizing that
this is a form of long-distance
meddling in the lives of other
people. In all of this one basic,
important fact is left out of
consideration, viz. the
realization that no human being
can really know what goes on in
the heart and mind of another.
The springs of human conduct
are deep, the workings of the
human mind are complicated,
and when we try to get into the
lives of our fellow-men, we have
nothing but our own thoughts
and feelings to guide us. These
are completely inadequate and
may be totally erroneous.
Let no one get the impression
that 1 doubt the sincerity of men
and women who, in their love for
others, genuinely want to be of
help. But we must learn that such
assistance can easily be in-
terpreted as unwarranted
meddling. It cannot be too
strongly emphasized that while
in certain areas the lives of
human beings touch each other,
fundamentally, we must live with
reliance upon ourselves alone. In
the center of every person's life is
a sacred precinct where no one
but the person himself may tread.
To respect the personality of
another involves the ability of a
human being to mind his own
business.
The rabbis of old said, "Judge
not your fellow-man until you
have come into his station." I
might add that I seriously doubt
whether we can ever really stand
in the position of anyone else.
But minding our own business
does not absolve us from the
mitzvahs of philanthropy, from
giving aid, assistance, and
counsel to those in dire physical
or psychological need, from
helping the aged and infirm, from
giving succor to Israel, and from
insuring our ethnic survival.
When it comes to fulfilling our
Mitzvahs as exemplified by the
various areas of Federation, we
are one! This is our business, and
we must mind it.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach
County
ORTHODOX
AITZ CHAIM CONGREGATION CENTURY VILLAGE"
W Paim Beach Phone. 689-4675 Sabbath Services 9 am
and 5 p.m. Daily Services: 8:15 s.m. and 6 ,j p m
CONGREGATION ANSHEI EMUNA
551 Brittany L, Kings Point. Oelray Beach 33446 Harry Silver
President Services daily 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturdays and
Holidays 9 a.m. Phone: 499-7407. Temple No. 499 9229
REFORM
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1901 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach. Flor
33407 833-8421 Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L levine
Associate Rabbi Summer Sabbath Services. Friday 8 pm.
TEMPLE 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 am Torah Study
with Rabbi Merle E. Singer 10:30 a.m. Sabbath Morning Ser-
vices
THE REFORM HEBREW CONGREGATION OF DELRAY
At St Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Oelray
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 Rabbi Edward Cohn Sabbath
Services. Friday at 8.15 p m At St David's in the Pines Epis-
copal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd and Wellington 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 ot Boca Turnpike)
CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE BETH EL
2815 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach. Fla 3340/ Phone
833-0339 Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath Services Friday al
8.15 p.m, Saturday at 9.30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8 15 am.. Sun-
day at 9a 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 Schecl
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services: Daily 830 am
and 6:30 p.m., Friday 8:30 am. and 5 p.m.; Late Service 8:15
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday, 8:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
Mincha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
Boynton Beach. Fla. Phone 732-2555 Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday al 9
a.m. Congregational Church, 115N. Federal Highway
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
315 N A' Street, Lake Worth, Fla. 33460 Phone: 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 8 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. West-
minster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail Pajm
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 ,' 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 s-
vices: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. President Mrw
Kroahinsky, Phone: 906-1084 Mondays and Thursdays
a.m. Services held at Faith United Presbyterian Church, Pw
Springs
B'NAI TORAH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 4th Ave.. Boca Raton, Fla. 33432 Phone:
8586 Rabbi Nathan Zellzer Sabbath Services: Friday ai *'
p.m., Saturday at 9.30 a.m.
TEMPLE EMETH OF THE DELRAY HEBREW
CONGREGATION
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beech, Fla. 33446*f'J*JJj|
278-3636 Rabbi Bernard Silver CfciW J*1 9
Adler Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturo-y
a.m. Daily Mlnyans at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
190 North County Road, Palm Beech, Fla. 33480 J*"*Si
0804 Rabbi Joel Chez in Cantor David Dardashti mw
Services: Friday at 8:30 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m.


November 14.1980
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 19

a recent meeting held for the Women's Division of Palm
:h County State of Israel Bonds Evelyn Blum, chairman,
wunced that the committee this year consists of women from
tv part of the county. They are actively working on the
inel Bond Fashion Show being planned for Dec. 18 at The
\rtakers. Shown above representing Golden Lakes Village are,
om left to right, Sarah Ooldfarb, Kathryn Koffs, Evelyn
kmondVickiKuchler.
Philip Weinstein Director
Philip Weinstein, former vice
sident of Levitt-Weinstein
morial Chapels of Dade,
Broward, and Palm Beach
unties announced that he is
iw doing business as Philip
Veinstein Jewish Funeral
>ctor. With the cooperation of
,eer Funeral Homes he is able
i serve the Jewish Community
Broward and South Palm
ach counties with seven con-
niently located chapels.
In the past fifteen years he has
ot only provided the finest in
'ish Funeral Service, he has
i been deeply involved in com-
lity affairs. In synagogue
ctivities he has participated as a
ice president and board
ember, and president of several
n's Clubs. He is a past deputy
ad chancellor in the Order
lights of Pythias, vice
sident of the Past Chancellors
ciation of the 11th Pythian
strict, a Royal Prince in* the
)KK. an Odd FeUow and a
ason. In an active role in the
Jewish Community he is a
pember of B'nai B'rith, Men's
RT, a former vice president and
unding board member of the
wish Community Day School
i a former Board Member of
Jewish Family and Children?
rice, and is currently
rman of the Mideast Task
rce of the Community R-
Philip Weinstein
lations Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. In his professional
associations he is past president
of the Palm Beach County
Funeral Directors Association, is
currently on the legislative com-
mittee of the Florida Funeral
Directors Association, and ac-
tively participates in the Jewish
Funeral Directors of America. He
is also on the management board
of First American Bank of Palm
Beach County.
Weinstein has been a resident
of the South Florida area for the
past 28 years and will be residing
in northern Broward County with
his wife Gail and their children,
Craig and Lori.
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Evelyn Blum, Women's Division Chairman of Palm Beach County State of Israel Bonds an-
nounces that Mrs. Sol Steinberg has assumed the Chairmanship of the Israel Bond Fashion
Show for the second year. Mrs. Steinberg, in accepting this position, states "that Israel's needs
for the coming year are greater than ever before and that the women of Palm Beach County hear
the challenge and will answer that challenge with their support through Israel Bonds. At the
opening meeting to plan the 1980-81 Israel Bond Campaign 100 women met to inaugurate the
plans for the Fashion Show to be held at The Breakers on Dec. 18. Women from all over the
county are working. Pictured above are some of those in attendance: Top left to right* Fran
Reiben, Esther Kamin, Evelyn Blum, Chairman, Claire Braun, Blossom Cohen, Laura London,
Ilse Mollen, Mildred Nagler, Esther Kurlin, Gladys Bisgaier; bottom (left to right): Rebeca
Seigel, Harriet Young, Jean Polikoff, Shirley Fleischman, and Lillian Percy.
International Monetary Fund Refuses Bank Leumi
NEW YORK The
International Monetary
Conference, a federation of
some of the world's most
important banks, has re-
fused membership to Bank
Leumi of Israel, which
stands 90th in international
banking, but extended an
invitation to a Saudi
Arabian bank, considerably
smaller, which refused it.
This is revealed in the
Francisco, refused to comply
with a Saudi request for a list of
the religions of certain personnel.
Also, Wallace International
Ltd., Dallas, did not comply with
a request from Egypt for the
birth, nationality and religion of
all its directors.
COMPANIES WHICH did
comply with boycott
requirements included: Beck
International, Dallas, which
supplied statements to Saudi
Arabia certifying that the 16
latestTissue of Boycott Re' S'SSeT^ ** "^ *"*
port published by the
American Jewish Congress
and edited by Will Maslow
and Richard Cohen. The
Report is issued nine times
a year.
THE ACTION was taken by
the board of the International
Monetary Conference, composed
of eight American banks, in-
cluding two from New York
Chemical and Citibank.
The board agreed that Bank
Leumi had the qualifications but
rejected the application in fear
that admission of an Israeli bank
would make it impossible for
Arab banks to join, none of which
is a member now, according to
the AJCongress report.
The publication lists com-
panies which have complied with
or rejected Arab requests for
information as to their
Jewishness" or that of their
employees. Those that refused to
comply and turned down
business with the Arab states
include:
Advance Glove Manufac-
turing Company, Detroit, which
was advised that bids from a
Saudi company will not be
received from "any Jewish-owned
firm," and American Life
Insurance Co., Wilmington, Del.,
which received a request from the
Jordanian Ministry of National
Economy requesting a list of
company employees and their
religion for renewal of a license
for insurance operations in that
country, refused to comply.
Buck Engineering Company,
Farmingdale, N.J., refused an
invitation from Syria to bid on a
contract which specified that it
would be cancelled if the con-
tractor used Jews in fulfilling it.
Cooper Industries, Houston,
refused to comply with a
specification from Qatar that if
components are made by a
Jewish company, the name
and/or the brand ba omitted
from the invoice.
f CH2M Hill International,
Portland. Ore., rejected a con-
tract from the Saudi Arabian
Ministry of Municipal and Rural
Affairs that called for a bat of the
nationalities and religion of all
JrX-ional staff" InternaUonal
visas oelonged to Christian
churches; and Central Scientific
Company, Chicago, which com-
Dlied with an invitation from
Syria to bid on a project calling
for certification on visa ap-
plications that their employees
were Christians.
According to the minutes of
the recent meeting in Tunis of the
Arab League a copy of which
was obtained by Boycott Report
a ban against Iranian com-
panies that had formerly dealt
with Israel was lifted following
the breaking of all ties between
Iran and Israel. Boycott offices in
16 non-Arab countries were
continued, including the U.S.,
and new offices were opened in
Canada, Kenya, Spain and
Sweden.
Because of the "heavy burden"
on the boycott office in New York
in light of the large American
trade with Israel, and the need
for "standing guard in view of
American laws" against the
boycott, two additional offices
will be established in the U.S.,
according to the minutes of the
Arab League Council.
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