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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jay. Jan. 27, 7:15 p.m. at
eakers, Palm Beach, will
he Place To Be" when the
Federation of Palm Beach
[v hosts a Gala Dinner Cele-
|n given on behalf of the
[Federation-United Jewish
kl Campaign. Highlighting
tent will be a keynote ad-
by noted author, scholar
et. Elie Wiesel.
men are considered a
in their own time. Elie
is such a man. Acclaimed
j of the most gifted and sen-
Iwriters of our time. Wiesel
outstanding voice for the
Er-.;iI human conscience. His
res are recognized as
ral events. experiences of
emotional depth, and intellectual
challenge.
Mr. Wiesel. who has been
called a modern-day "Wandering
Jew," was born in 1928 in the
town of Sighet in Transylvania.
Hungary. He was still a child
when he was taken from his home
and sent first to the Auschwitz
concentration camp and then to
Buchenwald.
After the Holocaust, he was
taken to Paris, where he lived and
worked as a journalist and writer.
He is now married and the father
of Shlomo Klisha. and he and his
family live in New York City for
most of the year, spending the
balance in Paris and Israel.
Mr. Wiesel is the recipient of
many honors, including National
Jewish Book Council Awards in
1964 and 1973. the Jewish
Heritage Award for Literature in
1966. and the 1968 Prix Medicis
for Honour in Jerusalem.
The holder of honorary doc-
torates from many academic
institutions. Mr. Wiesel served
until recently as Distinguished
Professor of Judaic Studies at
City College of New York, and is
currently Andrew Mellon Pro-
fessor of the Humanities at
Boston University.
Attendance is by reservation
only. For further information
contact the Jewish Federation
office M 832-2120
Elie Wiesel
tewlslb Wlar idiao.
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Number 1
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, Januray 9, 1981
iia snochti
Price 35 Cents
Colette Avital to Address
Tomen's Division Luncheon
Avital. Deputy
nor Information Israel
[Ministry, will be the
leaker at the Premier
for the Women's
[Jewish Federation-UJA
I'he luncheon will be
\i-dnesday, Jan. 21. at
.it the home of Mrs.
Kay in West Palm
[Ami al has served in
positions with the
fon inn Service over the
Born in Bucharest
I'd in France, she com-
lei -< rvice in the Israeli
I urces and her higher
in m the Hebrew Univer-
lerusalem She also holds
lU-r's degree from the
lit) ol Montreal. Her pro-
Hi career has included
fiits throughout North
and Kurope, including
Bilnhties for Scandinavian
flgian Jewry. Her last
hh-iH in the United States
Colette Avital
was in service as Consul General
for the Israeli Consulate in
Boston from 1975-1979. She is
presently touring communities in
the U.S. on behalf of the State of
Israel and the United Jewish
Appeal.
Working on the committee for
the Premier Luncheon are: Bar-
bara Chane, chairman, and
Khoda Cole and Khona Shugar-
man. co-chairmen. Also, com-
mittee me miters include:
Penny Beers. Marlene Burns.
Sheryl Davidoff, Mollie Fitter-
man. Geraldine Freedman, Liz
Freilich. Florence Katz. Carole
Koeppel. Marilyn Lampert. Staci
Lesser, ("vnnie List. Esther
Nadeau. Martha Nadelman, Sue
Ochstein. Marva Perrin. Marjorie
Schimelman. Leah Siskin, Judy
Waltzer. Kuth Wilensky.
Invitations are in the mail.
Minimum Women's Division gift
to attend is $365. For further
information, contact the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County. 832-2120, Ext. 34.
Koch Says:
West Bank Settlements
Needed For Israel's Security
RvHUGHORGEL
lAVIV (JTA) Mayor
Vd Koch of New York last
prided his nine-day visit to
which followed a week in
with amended views
Israeli settlements on the
Bank.
[come here with mixed
ns im the issue. I wel-
the chance to see the
i'n myself The Chinese
sa> ing; 'One picture is
|u thousand words.' I say
^ in,' (or yourself is worth
sand pictures." he told a
press conference before preparing
10 return home.
T am now convinced that the
present thrust of Israel's policy is
right, that a careful strategy of
settlements on the West Bank is
necessary for Israel's future
security,'' he said.

Koch said he agreed that it
would be impossible for Israel to
hand back high areas on the West
Bank from which Arabs have in
the past, and might again in the
future if war were to break out.
commanded regions in which 60
percent of Israels population
lives.
The New York mayor said he
thought the world had not been
made sufficiently aware of the
price Israel was ready to pay for
peace. "One of the problems is
that Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat is a very personable and
articulate person who makes a
great impression. But Prime
Minister Begin is a righteous
prophet in the Biblical sense, and
historically nobody has ever liked
a prophet look at Jeremiah.
Koch said. Begin knows he is
right but does not put it across so
well." he said.
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New Cabinet
Crisis Looming
For Begin
By OIL SEDAN
And HUGH ORGEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
new Cabinet crisis that may force
Prime Minister Menachem Begin
to reshuffle his coalition govern-
ment loomed last week after
Finance Minister Yigal Hurwitz
threatened to resign over the
issue of higher pay for teachers.
Hurwitz said that if the recom-
mended pay hikes are adopted
they would trigger similar
demands from other professional
groups, leading to the collapse of
his efforts to restrain inflation.
As a result of these develop-
ments, Shimon Peres, chairman
of the opposition Labor Party,
may postpone his trip to the U.S.
Peres was invited to speak for the
United Jewish Appeal and the
Israel Bond Organization but he
was also scheduled to meet with
members of the outgoing Carter
Administration and President-
Elect Reagan's transition team.
Peres met with Begin last week
at the letter's invitation, their
Menachem Begin
first meeting in some time.
Details of their talk were not
disclosed but aides of Peres and
Begin said Peres' forthcoming
visit to the U.S. was not dis-
cussed. The government is
reportedly upset by the prospect
that Peres would meet with
officials of the new American Ad-
ministration before Begin or his
representatives have a chance to
do so
FULFILL
THE
PROMISE
$4,000,000
goal
1981 Federation UJA Campaign


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Nickman to Speak at
Village Roy ale on the Green
Mr Myron J Nickman.
General Chairman of the 1961
Jeh Federation United
Jewish Appeal campaign will
ddress over 400 men and women
at the Village Roy ale on the
dreen s annual campaign break-
fast. This function is planned by
Al Moakowitz and the Village
Roy ale on the Green campaign
committee
'n making this an-
nouncement. Mr Moskowiu
aated that Mr Nickman s
acceptance of the invitation to
speak at our rondo complex will
afford ail of us a rare opportunity
u> team at tirst hand ot the
present and future role of the
rederation in Palm Beach
(-"oont>. and Israels need for
crcsed financial help
The breakfast will be held on
JHday Jan 1*. 10 am m the
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necessary but realistic and
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ernational Liberators'
Conference
Planned for 1981
Siegel and Orenstein Chair
Golden Lakes Campaign
Elie Wiesel,
lished author and
of the United States
ast Memorial Council, and
a survivor of Auschwitz
(chcnwald. announced at
10, 1980. Council
that the Council will
the first International
nee of Liberators of
traiion Camps. It will
ice in the fall of 1981 in
ktion's capital. The con-
[will honor and pay tribute
\llied Forces who liberated
jncentration camps. The
[States, the host country,
[home of over 5,000 sur-
H these camps.
U.S. Army Center of
History, commanded by
Sen. James L. Collins, Jr.,
wide liaison between the
nent of Defense and the
Every effort will be
|to locate medical corps
ih'I. military correspon-
| and photographers, and
commanding officer of
irmy participating in the
on. as well as the chief of
staff, the battalion commander,
and the officer of the detachment
that first entered each camp.
Australia, Canada,
Czechoslovakia. France. New
Zealand. Poland, the United
Kingdom, the USSR and
Yugoslavia have been invited by
the Council to send a formal
delegation made up of individuals
who participated in camp
liberations. Initial contact with
these countries was made
through the Department of State.
Miles Lerman, Chairman of the
Council's Committee on Inter-
national Relations, and a
resistance fighter during the Nazi
occupation of Europe, has met
with representatives of American
veterans organizations to seek
their help in locating American
liberators.
The United States Holocaust
Memorial Council will make
every effort to see that as many
liberators as possible will be
recognized at the fall conference.
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paper-]
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announcements
Business cards
and stationary
Bar Mitzvah Bat Mitzvah Wadding
Special Occasions
Invitations and Accessories
\comeloyou1
Telephone 439-2810
Irving Siegel and Jacob
Orenstein have assumed the
responsibility of conducting the
1981 Jewish Federation-United
Jewish Appeal Campaign at
Golden Lakes. Both men have
long histories of Federation fund
raising and service to the needs of
Jewish institutions and
organizations.
Siegel served as a member of
the 1980 campaign team and was
instrumental in the establish-
ment of the Federation's presence
in Golden Lakes. He is a native of
Norfolk, Va., but lived in New
York City for several years prior
to relocating in several New
Jersey communities where he was
a member of B'nai B'rith. the
Knights of Pythias and the
Men's Club of Temple Beth Am.
Since moving to Golden Lakes,
Mr. Siegel has continued his
activity in B'nai B'rith, the
Men's Club and the Chora leers.
He is also a member of the pool
committee and assistant condo
representative. In ccepting the
co-chairmanship of this year's
campaign in Golden Lakes Siegel
stated that "It is most urgent at
this time for all Jews to give more
of their money to Israel in order
to insure her survival, and to our
own community so that the
60,000 plus Jews in Palm Beach
County can continue and expand
a viable Jewish community."
Mr. Siegel has re-
cruited a solicitation team
which to date consists of Sol
Baidock, Joseph Baker, Abe
Belgard, Al Blotner, Martha
Cooper, Sam Diamond, Fred
Faber. Charles Falik, Lou Flacks,
Al Frankel, Max Geller, Lou
Goldfarb, Seydelle Goldstein, Eli
Horowitz, Max Koffs, Nettie
Krantz, Sam Moskowitz, Moe j
Schnipper, Hy Shapiro, Sam
'inn Siegel
Swetzoff, Mike Weber and
Martin Ulanoff.
Jacob Orenstein is a native of
Toronto, Canada, but relocated
to Paterson, New Jersey and then
to North Planfield, New Jersey.
While residing in the latter
community, Orenstein was active
in Jewish communal affairs and
in the general community welfare
organizations. He was a member
of B'nai B'rith, Temple Sholom
and the Jewish Community
Center. Since moving to Golden
Lakes Orenstein joined Temple
Israel, B'nai B'rith and the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
This past October, Florence
and Jake Orenstein participated
in a Mission to Israel, during
which time they rededicated
themselves tc continue working
for Federation and Israel. The
Orensteins saw at first hand the
needs of Israel, and upon his
return Jake agreed to act as co-
chairman for this year's
Federation-UJA campaign. He
stated that "I would like to see
the people of Golden Lakes
double the amount of total giving
compared to last year.''
Mr. Orenstein has recruited a
large group of volunteer solicitors
and expects to reach the
designated goal. The team is
made up of Werner Berend, Rose
Braun. Harry Cohen, Joseph
Eisenberg, Sam Eisenfeld.
Sidney Friedman. Sol Hofkins,
Vicki Kuchler, Fred Lassoff.
Frances Minsky, Ben Rushefsky,
Ethel Siegel. Lee and Irving
Tamaroff. Lov Waldman, Mary
Kurlander, Hortense Singer.
Dorothy Swedelson, Edith
Trachtenberg. Max Farber,
Harry Spodak and Harriet
Margolis.
Workers' training sessions
were held on Jan. 5 and 6 and the
Golden Lakes campaign will
officially open on Jan. 10.
Additional people wishing to
work in the campaign should
contact Irv Siegel or Jake
Orenstein at their homes.
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r, January 9.1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
PR*-5
Tensions and Future Outlook
outh Americans Jewish
fciunities: Present Tensions
tun? Outlook, will be the
of a talk by Jacobo
toff. Director of the
[man Jewish Committee's
American Affairs
srtment.
wadloff will be the guest
leer at an Open Meeting of
D'alm Beach C'ountv Chapter
he American Jewish Com-
et on Tuesday evening, Jan.
the Sheraton Inn on Palm
ch Lakes Blvd.. West Palm
ch The meeting is open to all
quests are welcome. A
stion and answer pnod will
(w the talk. Refreshments will
prved. i
lacolio Kovadloff. Director of
American Jewish Com-
mittees South American office
formerly operated out of Buenos
Aires, until anti-Semitic threats
forced his family's flight from
their native land and the closing
of the AJC office in that country
in June. 1977. Mr. Kovadloff
currently operates out of New
York and administers a multi-
faceted program of research,
education and community
relations in Argentina, Brazil.
Chile. Uruguay and other parts of
South America.
"Jacobo Kovadloff has been
deeply involved in the intellectual
life of the Jewish Communities of
South America,' stated Arnold
J. Hoffman. President of the
Palm Beach County Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee.
Day School Record Enrollment
Be Benjamin S. Hornatein
nentary School of the Jewish
kmunity Day School students
Irned to classes on January
jwith a record enrollment of
students and several on the
^ing list. The Day School.
rh began eight years ago with
Lnrollment of 25 students, is
(he maximum capacity for its
?nt lacilities at Temple Beth
ir Howard Kay, in an-
puring the record enrollment.
cated that, "Plans are being
lulated for the establishment
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of a High School program. The
explosive growth in the school
makes it critical that the school
be in its new facility by the Fall
of 1981. The school, which
currently runs from Pre-
Kingergarten through Eighth
Grade is exploring the
probability of going into a Ninth
Cirade. as the start of a secondary
school for the Fall of 1981."
Mrs. Joan Tochner. a Vice
President of the school, has been
appointed to Chair a High School
Feasibility Committee. Mrs.
Tochner. in accepting the ap-
pointment, indicated that "The
j tremendous growth of the Jewish
population of Palm Beach
County and the influx of young
families highlights the need for
an intensive Jewish Day School
that would provide a fine secular
education combined with a
meaningful Judaic Studies
program during the formative
adolescent years."
Mordecai I.evow, the Director
of the school, pointed out that,
"Every significant study of
Jewish commitment and identity
indicates that the critical factor
in maintaining a high degree of
such commitment and identity is
the continuation of Jewish
education through the High
School years."
Applications are now being
accepted by the school for the
1981-82 school year for students
entering Pre-Kingergarten
through Ninth Grade. Interested
parents may call the school at
832-8423.
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South American countries in the
UN from the creation of Israel to
the condemnation of Zionism;
and an oral history of Jewish
pioneers in Argentina. In ad-
dition to his current position with
AJC. he has been appointed an
Associate Member of the Latin
American Seminar at Columbia
University.
The American Jewish Com-
mittee is this country's oldest
human relations organization. It
works to achieve full civil rights
for all Americans and to ensure
lull participation of Jews in the
social, economic, and political life
of our society.
The Palm Beach County
Chapter of the AJC has. in the
[Mat, worked to end
discrimination against Jews in
real estate sales in Palm Beach
County, established dialogue
with Christian clergy and
laymen, and last year brought
together all segments of the .
Jewish community to form
Palm Beach County task force on
the Jewish family.
This season the Palm Beach
County Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee has bean
sponsoring a series of lectures
open to the public on issues
which concern Jews in America
and throughout the world.
The meeting in February will
feature Mr. Milton Fllerin, who
will be on the New
Political Right." For information
on any of the programs of the
American Jewish Committee,
please contact Arnold J. Hoff-
man's oilio-.
././Co/..) Kitfodloff
He went on to say. "Mr.
Kovadloft. who is one of the
country's leading authorities on
this topic, is able to offer a first-
hand, highly informed view of
current conditions in South
America and its Jewish com-
munities." Mr. Kovadloff has
held office in leading Jewish
organizations in South America
and has numerous ac-
complishments in his career. As
Director of AJC's South
American office, from 1971 to
1977 he edited "Communidades."
the only Jewish yearbook
published in Spanish dealing
with South American Jewry. He
also originated and coordinated a
large numl>er of research studies
on such subjects as parental
attitudes toward Jewish Schools;
references to Jews in Catholic
textbooks: voting records of
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est speaker will be
aerts, well-known
jiember. Esther Spiel-
eview the book "Solid
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tkman will provide the
Itertainment. She will
anied on the piano by
Jin. The meeting will
j:30 a.m. Bring a sand-
^reshments will be
ests are invited.
Lote the January and
[meetings of Tamar's
Jgroup will be held on
mornings instead of
Imornings. The next
Ijll be held on Tuesday.
TlO a.m. at the home of
js. Set aside Saturday
leb. 7 for a dinner dance
at the Kamada Inn,
,. Beach. For reserva-
luth Leibowitz or Ruth
Table arrangements
si.
ilionu Study Group of
Beach Chapter of
I will meet at the home
^ohen. 236 Castlewood
Palm Beach on Wed-
|an 14 at I p.m. Call
^en for reservations.
up will hold its Youth
kncheon on Wednesday.
il the Breakers, Palm
noon. Donation: $25.
|lm will be honored for
roted services to
. Fnlertainment will be
|by The Musical Notes
)\ Mildren Birnbaum.
illian Cohen.
Meir-Boynton Beach
f lluilassah will hold
Jar meeting at Temple
lom, Lake Worth on
fhiy will also hold their
kuih Aliyah luncheon on
It Kamada Inn. Weal
bach. Call Sydelle
Vg lor information.
sSl.s plus
lll.idassuh will have a
land boat cruise on the
Kiver. Tuesday, Jan.
lulilic is m\ ited. SyK ia
Lipnick and Essie Goldberg are
chairmen.
Youth Activities Luncheon will
be held for the benefit of children
in the United States at Gentle-
men's Jim at 12 noon, Wednes-
day. Jan. 28. A card party will
follow. Contact Ruth Heyman.
There will be a regular meeting
on Thursday. Jan. 15 at Congre-
gation Anshei Sholom. The pro-
gram will feature Fannie Ushkow
and her Melodeers in a contata
"Grains of Sand." Betty Stein-
berg Tell will be the narrator.
Open to the public. Plans are
being made for the annual Youth
Aliyah luncheon. Wednesday.
Feb. 25 at the Ramada Inn.
Contact Sylvia Lipnick.
Chai Hadassah will hold a
regular meeting on Thursday.
Jan. 22 at 12 noon at the Chal-
lenger Country Club. The guest
speaker will be Dr. Mark Hirsch
who will speak on the topic
"Israels Claim to Jerusalem
Valid or Act of Agression." Dr.
Hirsch is now Professor Emeritus
of History at Bronx Community
College where he served as chair-
man of the history department.
He is a member of the Editorial
Board of the New York State
Historical Association and was a
panelist-consultant for the Na-
tional Kndowment for the
Humanities in 1972-75. He was
the recipient of a citation of
major articles on New York City
in the 1962 edition. Among his
numerous published articles are
biographies of William C.
Whitney and Joseph M.
I'roskauer.
Refreshment! will be served at
12 noon and the meeting will
begin promptly at 12:90, at
which time the First Federal
Savings and lx>an Association of
Ijike Worth will host a "Shower
ol Gills." Valuable pri/.es will be
distributed
Please note the kosher lun-
cheon scheduled for January has
been cam died. There will be an
alternate fund raiser. Luncheons
and card parties will be held at
the home* ol a number of
Hadassah members on .Ian 29.
Donation ol M will go to
Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tions.
The annual Youth Aliyah
Dinner and Dance will be held at
the Challenger Country Club on
Saturday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
Entertainment will be provided
by the Habima Players. For
tickets call: Miriam Lang. Anne
Greenberg, Florence Meyerson,
Blanche Perrotta, or Ruth Siegel.
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadassah will hold its
next meeting on Wednesday,
Jan. 21, 12:30 p.m., at Congrega-
tion Anshei Sholom, Century Vil-
lage. A musical program will be
presented by the Merry Minstrels
under the direction of Joe Turoff.
Calendar of events: Sunday.
Jan. 11. Book and Bake Sale. 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.. at Dover Parking
Lot between B & C (Century
Village): Sunday, Feb. 15. Flea
Market. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at
Atlantic Bank. Okeechobee Blvd.
Bertha Rubin and Lillian Schack
are in charge of both functions.
Tuesday, Feb. 24, Annual
Pledge Luncheon at the
Breakers, proceeds for Hadassah
Medical Organization. Guest
speaker is Dorothy M. Kaye. vice
president of Florida Central
Region of Hadassah. Entertain-
ment by Howard Switzer,
renowned baritone. Sylvia Citrin
and Kstelle Kashdan are taking
reservations.
Tuesday, March 10, A Day at
Hialeah. Call Gene Fermaglichor
Belle Kreit.
Thursday, March 12, "A
Musical 'Tribute to Liza," at the
Marco Polo, Miami Beach. Phone
Fran Nudehnan, Ida Goetz. or
Lillian Schack.
UNITED ORDER
OF TRUE BISTERS
United Order of True Sisters 61
will hold then monthly meeting
at First Federal of Delray Bank.
Westgale, 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 12.
The group is planning a nice day
at the races on Jan. 10. $17 per
person includes dinner and
transportation
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
Women's American ORT.
Poinciana Chapter will hold its
first meeting on Jan. 26 at 12
noon in the social hall at Poin-
ciana Place with a paid up mem-
bership luncheon. Professor
Mark D. Hirsch will be guest
speaker. Dr. Hirsch holds degrees
from City College of New York
and Columbia University. He
also was a teacher in New York
City High Schools. Yale Univer-
sity, l-ong Island University.
New York State University and
City University of New York.
Currently, he lectures at the
Institute of New Dimensions on
45th Street in West Palm Beach.
Luncheon chairpersons are
Kstelle Km/.. Kthel Saks and
Frances Gross.
Women's American ORT.
West Palm Chapter will hold a
general meeting on Tuesday. Jan.
13 at Congregatkm Anshei
Sholom. Century Village. 12:30
p.m. "Excerpts from Pinafore in
Yiddish." a special program, has
been arranged. The cast includes
Dorothy and Arthur Janis. Char-
lotte Cohen, and Lil Rubin. All
members and friends are invited.
Dr. Robert K. Alsofrom. well-
known psychologist, will be the
guest speaker at the Jan. 12
meeting of the Palm Beach
Chapter of Women's American
ORT. 'The 1 p.m. meeting will be
held at the Community Center,
111) Southern Blvd.. West Palm
Beach. "Don Morality Change
Alter Sixty" will be the topic
discussed.
Dr. Alsofrom. Ph.D.. PA. is a
former Rhodes Scholar and
received his Masters and Ph.D.
degrees from Princeton
University. He is founder of the
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council
of Palm Beach County and Crisis
Line of Palm Beach and Martin
Counties. His radio program
tailing Dr. Alsofrom" is broad-
cast over Statkin WPBR on
Saturday mornings.
Members and triends are in-
vited to attend and refreshments
will be served.
AMERICAN
TECIINION SOCIETY
Alan II Cummings. presideni
.f the Greater Palm Beach
Chapter of the American
Technion Soceity. announced
that the project for married stu-
dents dormitory at Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology, is
under way.
Due to ever pressing need for
housing, Uzi Galil, chairman of
the board of governors at the
institute, announced the plans
have been accelerated. The
dormitory project, for married
students, is being funded by the
Palm Beach Chapter of the
Society,
The annual dinner-dance of the
Greater Palm Beach Chapter
American 'Technion Soceity-
Israel Institute of Technology,
will be held at the Breakers Hotel
on Sunday. Jan. 18. Reception
will be at 6:30 p.m.. dinner at
7:30 p.m.
Mrs. Dorothy Rautbord and
Alan .11. Cummings, president of
the chapter, will act as co-chair-
men of this gala event.
Founded in 1924. Technton is
the oldest university in Israel and
is olten called the M.I.T. of the
Middle Fast.
Reservations for the dinner-
dance, at $150 per person, may be
mack- by calling the Society office
at 965-8070.
YIDDISH
CULTURE GROUP
The Jan. 13 program of the
Yiddish Culture Group will
feature a special performance of
"The Jolson Story" with a cast of
Hi people, produced and directed
b> Abraham Speilvogel and
Kstelle Plaskow. The entire
morning program will be devoted
to the production. Free ad-
mission. Sam Finkenthal will be
chairman.
The Jewish Community Day
School will sing Jewish and
Hebrew songs Lo the Yiddish
Culture (iroupon Jan. 20. Yankel
Doroshkin will be the chairman.
On Ian 27, Russian concert
pianist Nina Svetlanova will per-
form Ms Svetlanova is comeing
from New York to do the concert.
Judity Hoffman will perform the
music of Handel. Schubert and
Pucini. David A It man will hi
chairman.

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Swastikas on walls...
Elderly Jews beaten in broad
daylight...Machine guns
firing at Jewish nurseries, at Houses
of Study and Worship...
A synagogue bombed on holiday eve,
Painted slogans:
"Kike, your hour has cornel
To a Jewish friend in France
My fnend. I feel jour pain and I share jour anger. The explosion at the
synagogue on Rue Copemic has been heard throughout the United Staes. Those
who murdered innocent peopie on Simhat-Torah. in Pans, attacked us all.
For the first time since Auschwitz and Treblmka. Nazi murderers set out
to kiU Jewsonly because thej were Jew i
You have been told bj the French peopie that "We are all Jews And w*
aye fateful to them for this act of solidarity Nevertheless, numb with outrage
and hornx we must ask why1 How could this happen1 Perhaps we are
being told something bj events, something we haAe been afraid to understand
When the cvmcal rhetonc of the United Nations, day after day. tells us
ft* Zionism is racism Unen Israels nght to exist is continually challenged
Whenmarly a hundred books hive been published in a dozen languages adhng"
themassacre and burning of six million Jeus "a lie" and 'a hoax^^ ^^
Tten perhaps these "new Nazis may feel they are following a trend- that thev
have some claim, howler twisted, to legiumacj. *direna matmey
face be^rh^^* V****^*. everywhere, to recognize the
racism teads the aj to open anti-semmsm and murder^
STli 2!S ** T*"** rf rgamzed U over the world-
You have your Nazis and. apparently we-all ^..c k_J n T
discpies of HiUer must be toScC^e Hwa^tf LZnS^ -
demedthed,gnm "fir,!5? M*ti^Nie" *e German theologun, said
r vtf the Sazis went after the 7*- W /~ t ^^
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REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROlJ
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Kepresentativss from more
than KM) communities were
elected to the Hoard of Directors
<>l the Council of Jewish
Federations at its 49th General
Vsaembly meeting last month in
I let roil.
('.) K Hoard members are drawn
Irom the leadership of local
Federations and represent a
!>road range of member com-
Workshop
Jewish Familv
Children's
munities. Individuals selected to
chair CJF committees
automatically serve on the Board
of Directors.
Convening at the General
Assembly and CJF Quarterly
Hoard Meetings, the Hoard is the
Council's central governing bodj
CJF'fl second annual Ixiard
Institute is s-cncnuien tor
January 18-19 1981 at the
tiallena IMa/a in Houston.
CJF is ihe association ol 200
federations. Welfare Funds and
Service of Palm Beach County. Community Councils which serve
Inc. is sponsoring a workshop
entitled. "Parenting Your
Adolescent.
The group will be held
at Palm Heach Junior College.
Wednesday evenings 1mm 7 to
51 p.m.. Jan. 21 thru Feb. 18 I'.
63.
nearly mhi communities and
embrace over 95 percent "t the
Jewish population ol the I nited
Stales and Canada Established
in 1932. the Council serves as a
national instrument to
ulrenghlen the work and the
impact ol Jewish Feder
For further information and lhrouKh leadership in developing
registration call Linda Cohen: P^grams to meet changing needs
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iry.1961
The Jewish Floridian of Palm.
County
nffTr
Senior News
fcNIORNEWS
INTER PROGRAM
lit Community
ration Classes
chool Board of
i Beach County
19 March 27
ain the Jewish Com-
liter is pleased to offer
^g classes through the
ad) County Schools
{Community Education
It. All classes are open,
the oil painting class
londay. Join the "back
group in an informal
Imosphere. Following is
of classes showing
ptes for each:
ring classes are
bi
Bting A (closedI. Mon-
l. to noon, begins Jan.
Minting B, Tuesdays, 9
>n. begins Jan. 20. Self
Wednesdays. 10 a.m.
[begins Jan. 21. Yoga,
I, to 8 p.m., begins
Writer* Workshop.
B to 5 p.m.. begins
iim ciassek are
four Car, Fridays. 10:30
30 p.m.. begins Jan.
lion fc. > lai
tini; are
i 'lasses held al
(wood ('lubhouse
utional Analysis,
II weeks) 10 a.in to
Hi Jan 19. Know Your
sdaj fl weeks), 7 bo 9
hs |"an 22.
[an afternoon of ex-
friendship and learning
in Kenton. discussion
Mondays at 1 p.m.
lions Inn. 12 and 19.
|ble Talk
jpirs for Women
eenberg, group leader
mser
=04
) come early I
sciai early evening
features values on
King crab tegs. Maine
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Chiiiect Raw Bar
[Broiled Bay Scallops.
Khrod Florentine,
Bin steak, charoroiled
*n or Salmon, and
Bice from our dally
ten
t Special dinners
naney s Chowder.
i. Cole Slaw, and
ice of vegetable.
$7 50 to $10.25 per
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for the men. and Sylvia Skolnik,
group leader for the women,
conduct lively discussion
sessions on politics, economics
and current events every Tues-
day of the month at 1 p.m., with
the exception of the second Tues-
day. For further information, call
the Center at 689-7700.
Speakers Club
Herbert Sperber, president,
invites all those interested in
public speaking to join this
group, which meets on Thurs-
days at 10 a.m.
Dine Out
Luncheons at various restau-
rants will be held once a month.
For further details call Bonnie or
Sam at the Center.
Alive and Aware
How to Improve
Your Relationships
Linda Cohen, MSW Case
Worker of the Jewish Family A
Children^ Service, will present
the second and final series on
Wednesday. Jan. 14, at 1 p.m.
For further information, call th.
Center.
I(( Flea Market
Jan. 18 is the big day for our
Winter Flat Markei. All types
item* are welcomed: fumitun
clothing, tiric-a brae, appliance*,
books etc *> our merchandise can
l>e dropped at the Jewish Com-
munuy tenter Of >ve will conn
your home Call Sam Rubin el
the Jewish Community Center to
schedule your pickup
Sec-oad Tuesday Club
Activities
Sam Rubin, president, an-
nounces that a regular meeting of
tiie Second Tuesday Club will be
held on Tuesday. Jan. 13, at 1
p m. Ruth Hyde, chairperson,
will present Joe Turoff and His
Merrv Minstrels.
The Institute of
New Dimensions
A Palm Reach Junior Collugi-
sponsored program. You and
Yottt Medication" with go
speaker Lewis Sherwin. will be
held on Thursday. Jan lft, at I
p.m.
Senior Keep in Touch
A special friendship program
will be held on the third Thurs-
day of each month. For January
it will be held on Thursday. Jan.
IS, at 1 p.m. Helen Marx, group
leader Ann Cohen and Miki
RosenbtaM assist Mrs. Marx
rhifl month. Max Lubert. with
hi>. ensemble comprising of
Mildred Birnbaum Bnd Bea
Kahn. will perform, and Nat
Olefson. magician, will amaze
vou with his tricks of magic.
Joy Through Movement
A JCC Extension Course,
meets Thursday mornings from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Poinciana
Place in Lake Worth, through the
courtesy of the Challenger
Country Club. This program
started Jan. 8 and will continue
through Feb. 25. This class will
include exercises, baaic ballet,
modern dancing and thought,
and will be conducted by Celia
Golden, who is a licensed dance
therapist with many years of
experience in this field. The fee is
S8 for 8 lessons. Persona in the
surrounding area are invited to
join this class. For further infor-
mation call 964-1468.
Kldrrboetel
Thursday, Jan. 2^. is Elder-
hostel day at the JCCrWe invite
ail those interested in learning
about this exciting activity, as
well as all former participants, to
join us at 1:30 p.m. You must
begin to make plans now for the
summer. Elderhostel is for elder
citizens on the move, not just in
terms of travel, but in the sense
of reaching out to new ex-
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/JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTEl
2415 Okccchobee Blvd. W. Palm Beach 689-771
GENERATION TO GENERATIO
AFTERSCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM
is no being offered on Monday. Wednesday, and Thursday afternoc-s at the JCC. All elasses are co e an
run for an 8 ,ee* rerico. beginning Ked-^day. Janua-. 21, '.981. (Monday classes .... begin on .an. ZO. IH1,
3-fc PM
4-5 PM
5-6 PN
Monday 1 Wednesday [ Thursday
PETITE BALLET Pre-Schocl SNALL FRY GYNNASIICS re-School
BALLET/JAZZ k 2 PUPPETRY I K 3 INPROVISATIONAL THEATRE 6 LEATHERCRAFT 3 6 JEWISH COOKING K 2 BIDDY BASKETBALL 3 YOGA for CHILDREN K 6 ARTS C CRAFTS POTPOURRI K 2 BASIC GYNNASTICJ K 6
PUPPETRY II 1 1 CREATIVE NOVENENT 1 6 BEGINNING GUITAR 6 ".........." DRAWING 1 BIDOY BASKETBALL 5 7 JEWISH COOKING A 6 INTERMEDIATE GTNNASTICS (BY PERMISSION ONLY)
Fees
Fees for all classes aust be paid at the tiae
of registration. When necessary. Fee adjustaents
will be aade through the Children's Department.
Cancellations
The JCC reserves the right to cancel any activity
because of insufficient enrollaent or unforsetn
circuastances, giving a full refund.
For complet]
information
on these ani
all other
JCC Wintei
Programs.
watch for tl
January
issue of
UPDATI
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By STACI LESSER
cial tribute to Dr. Joseph Meraand who was recently
Tat the 30th Annual Educational Conference of the New
lie English Council, at Syracuse. N.Y., on Oct. 18. Joe
served as head of the English Department of Jamaica
100I and York College in New York City, and is now an
tr in the Institute of New Dimensions of Palm Beach
tollege. Joseph is also a frequent book reviewer for The
flondian
Ruth" congratulations on your debut as a Bantam
jth Turk recently wrote More Than Friends, whose
iting is 80,000 copies. This controversial novel is now
)ld in leading bookstores throughout the U.S. and
We also understand that a major motion picture
is interested. A forthcoming novel. Barren Seed, will
shed in 1981. Ruth's husband, Len, is thrilled and
that this long-held dream has come true for the most
It person in his life. Ruth, you are a fortunate lady.
apple doesn't fall far from the tree," is certainly an
ession to describe the Slutsky family. Bette and Gary
children of Oscar and Rose Slutsky of Dorchester- H,
Village, were recently honored by the Jewish Fed-
kf B hare I iff Manor / Ossining Community in New York.
[Oscar and Rose are also involved in Jewish community
here in the Palm Beaches. They are both active in
Inshei Sholom and Rose has been nominated to be the
^sident of the Temple Sisterhood. Mazel Tov to your
lily and friends.
l, we always knew you were and are the tops! What an
id so deserved. Rhoda Cole was recently named 1981
Df the Year by the Palm Beach Board of Realtors. Rhoda
[ this honor on her 34th wedding anniversary which she
land Sy celebrated in Boston with their four children
grandchildren. The Cole family also celebrated their
liversary of living in this area. Rhoda and Sy, we cer-
glad you made that move 34 years ago. You are the
Bowl, here they come! Penny and Mitch Beers will be
I to Pasadena as personal guests of Anthony Carter,
vn football hero. Penny Taught Anthony at Suncoast
bool for four years and she and Mitch visited him at the
ty of Michigan this year and last. While in California
ans to visit several women she met on the fall Women's
lip Mission to Israel and Egypt. Have a great time.
rid Mitch we will look for you on TV.
pn congratulations to Sunny Elliot whose name will
i the 1981 Edition of The World Who's Who of Women.
in Business Development and Public Relations for
erican Bank. Sunny is Forum Chairman for the
Division of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
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Coordinated by
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d*voted" to disctmioa Of tfcMMS awd iutrai
relevant to Jewish We past and prtnirt
Facing The Future
By RABBI
NATHAN ZELIZER
Congregation B'nai Torah
On humanitarian grounds, his
many friends appeal to Soviet
authorities to allow the family to
leave and seek life-saving
treatment for their ailing child.
Some retrospect at the end of a
year is inevitable and desireable.
A Roman poet wrote: "To enjoy
the memory of the past is to live
twice over.'- The ghost of the
past haunts us. It is not healthy
to let past mistakes, and wrongs
drag us down by brooding over
such a past too much. To
resurrect vanished alternatives,
to brood over past choices, to
debate what might have hap-
pened is not healthy. "It might
have been"....if... is a mood that
may lead to self pity and
rejection. Backward glances over
one's shoulder divide and distract
one's mind from what has to be
done.
Today dream of the road we
did not take had I gone into
another line of work, had I
located in a different city, had I
married a different woman, how
much better off I might be! is
just an excuse for an alibi. How
futile and distrusting it is to
daydream of the road we did not
take! Yes, not all choices are all
wide; not all the roads we choose
are the right road.
But how do we know that the
road we did not take would have
been the right road, that another
jorney would have been more
pleasant, that the girl we did not
marry would have been the right
wife. To resurrect vanished
alternatives leads to self pity, a
trait which does not endear us to
those who have to live with us. It
leads to envy an acid which
eats away the soul's peace!
All roads are more or less the
same in many respects. On all
Editor's Note: The views
expressed by the rabbis are
strictly their own and do not
necessarily reflect the views of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County.
roads we pass there are clouds as
well as sunshine, solid and
smooth stretches, as well as
strt'tches that are rocky and filled
with mud and mire. We must
exert ourselves on all roads if we
are to reach our destination.
Whatever the road, climbing
means effort: breath comes hard
and muscles ache.
If we have faith in Uod, if we
believe in ourselves, any road we
travel can offer some of the
richest rewards. If we do our duty
well, if we give as well as receive,
if we help our fellow man. we can
be rewarded with durable
satisfactions. As a housewife
we can all get satisfaction in
whatever we do. Satisfaction
depends not on the size of the
task, but on doing it well. As the
poet. Browning says "All
service ranks the same with God
there's no last, nor first," or as
the rabbis tell us: a mitzvah kala
a light mitzvah. is an im-
portant as a mitzvah hamurah
a heavy mitzvah.
One does not have to travel the
King's highway to life a great
life. It's easier to play hero than
to do daily chores. It takes more
discipline and will power to put
on Talis and Tephilin daily, to
keep kosher, to make a brocha
and bentch everytime we sit
down to eat than to be a
president of some prestigious
Jewish organization. The real
heroes in the struggle for Jewish
survival have been those Jewish
men and women who were
committed to Jewish life not once
in a while but everv da v. Jewish
"noise makers'' who are
vociferous in demands for j as lice
and peace are not as heroic as
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SUNDAY-Jan. 11
UN Ambassador Yehudah Blum, Israel's Ambassador to thel
United Nations. He discusses his early childhood (including
becoming Bar Mitzvah in a Nazi Concentration Camp).
SUNDAY------Jan. 18
Howard Squadron. Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of I
Major American Jewish organizations. Author Nicholas Kingl
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those Jews who practice Judaism
silently" in their homes and in
their lives. Noise is not the same
as diligence, frenzy is not the
same as integrity, the galaxies ol
Stars, rushing through space are
hardly audible Good lives are
achieved with little fanfare and
noise.
It's not another road we need
we need a new self with which
to walk the way that lies before
us. a rebirth of courage, and of
faith. In the game of life, as in the
game of cards, we have to play
the hand dealt us. A good player
is not the one who always wins,
but one who plays a poor hand
well.
This is a Jewish interpretation
of a New Year, be it secular 1981
or religious as we Jews celebrate
the beginning of a New Year with
repentance. prayer and
righeousness.
Today we urgently need, not
only new and better cir-
cumstances around us but a new
self with which to face cir-
cumstances. This is what God
meant when He said to Moses at
the burning bush "The place
on which you stand, is holy..."
The emphasis is on the ATTO -
you. It is not so much the
Mokom. the geographical or
other circumstances that count,
but the Atto the personal
devotion and attitudes that
counts. It is important to
remember this emphasis for the
sake of our own well being and
happiness.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
The Sisterhood of Temple
Israel will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday
Jan. 19. at noon in Schwartzberir
Hall.
"Teach and Taste" or "How to
Become a Gourmet Cook in One
Easy Lesson" will be demon-
strated by Sisterhood members
sharing their treasured recipes,
from apples to zuccini. Fran
Golden is program chairperson.
Lunch will be served.
Prior to the meeting, the Study
Group will meet in the Music
Koom from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Everyone is invited to participate
in this continuous series fo
discussions led by Kabbi Joel
I-evine.
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
sponsor an Art Auction Sunday.
Jan. 25 beginning at 7:30 p.m. in
Schwaruberg Hall. This "Show
and Sale" offers a rare oppor-
tunity u acquire a variety of
desired art objects. Bidding
begins at $25. There is no admis-
sion charge. The public is invited,
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
The Temple Emanu-EI Sister-
hood Sabbath will uke place on
rnday, Jan. 16, at 8:30p.m.
This is a special tribute to
Sisterhood and therefore mem-
bers will have the honor of par
ticipating in the service. Every-
one is urged to attend.
Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-
EI will hold an Open Meeting on
Monday. Jan. 19, at 12:30 pjrt.
Dr. Helen Fagin. gUe.t
speaker w an associate professor
Judaic Studies at Miami Univer-
~- i T" lw*nUy "Planted
% ?,rr to ** N'^'
Holocaust Memorial Council She
an outstanding speaker and
wdl talk on the VSSS
her personal experiences.
Husbands of members are
invited. Dessert iuncheon wi ^
served.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Altz Chalm Congregation Canturv Villa*.
W Palm Beach Phone: 88*4875 Sabbath servica, o*
p m Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Ml1
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phon.**,
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services 8 *!P
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m. m **'
Reform
Tampla laraal
1901 North Flagler Drive. Wast Palm Beach 33407 Phonefc
Rabbi Irving B. Cohen Joel L Levlne, Associate Rabbi !
services. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday Torah Seminars 10:30 a.m.
Tampla Bath El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432Phonal
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbaai
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with I
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 am
Tampla Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton Aw.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 1901, Delray Beach 33444 RtbV;
Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272-2906) Friday
8:15p.m.
Tampla Bath Torah of Palm Baach County
at St. David's In the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Bttj
Wellington Trace. West Palm Beach Mailing address: 1125 j
Pine St., West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward Conn I _
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services. Friday at 8:150*7
Conservative Liberal
Tampla Etarnal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road 111
west of Boca Turnpike) The) Free Synagogue. P.O. Box 3,1
Raton 33432 Phone: 388-1800. 301-1111 Rabbi Benjamlnf
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:16 p.m.
Conservative
Tampla Bath El
2815 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone: 83M33M
Rabbi Howard Hirsch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath serocwral
day at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9:30a.m. Dairy Mlnyan at 8:l5am.9af
day at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anahai Sholom
5348 Grove Street, Weal Palm Beach 33409Phone
3212 Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry I
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8:30 am and I
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30 am and 6 pm "
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Bath Kodesh
at Congregational Church. 115, N. Federal Hwy Boynton Baa**
Phone 732 2555 Rabbi Avrom L Drazin Sabbath services, ft
8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Tampl Bath Sholom
315 N. A" Street, Lake Worth 33480 Phone 585-5020
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays "!
Thursday at 8:15 a.m.. Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Tampla Bath David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military TralU
Beach Gardens Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North Palmi *J
Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas'
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.
Tampla Bath Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue G Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack buw1"1
Sabbath services, Frioay at 8:30 p.m.
Tampla B'nal Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Oms. "
Springs 33481 Phone: 986-1084 President Martin Krosn
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m Monoer*
Thursday at 9 a.m.
B'nai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton 33432 Phone: 9328MB >
Nathan Zellzer Sabbath servtcee, Friday 815 p.m. Saturday
Tampla Emath of tha Dalray Mabrew Cor^rtoittofJ
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Baach 33448 Pr Rabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbath""
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Dairy Mlnyans at 845 an"
p.m.
,0- ^ Tampla Emanu-EI
190 North County Road. Palm Baach 33480 Phone.
"obi Joel Chazln Cantor David Dardaeht l Sabbat"
1 Colony Building. lOSOlCyal Palm Baach Blvd.. fcjjj]
Beach Phone: 7938021 President BryanSchwarU -SaW"*
lcea, Friday night at 7:30 p.m.


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The Jewish Fjpridian of Palm Beach County
Page 16
oppelman To Be Honored
>tion Anshei Sholom
sd Committee headed
Ihirley Fleishman has
that Mr. Louis
will be honored by
Israel Bonds on Sun..
! p.m. in the Sanctuary
ition Anshei Sholom.
Ling Mr. Koppelman.
jgaUon has selected a
standing individual in
the New York Jewish
for a decade, from
87, he was founder and
lent of the Men's Club
ration Anshei Sholom
Eoved to Florida. There
lit inn at Congregation
Iholom: Although the
Lion has earned u
as one of I he most
Big Israel Bond"
lions in Lb country.
ppelman has the honor
announcing the litst
purchase <>l the
Mion 10 serve as an
In lot otlici
ppeinian distinguished
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Piotogfaohed ana Mounted
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where he served as President of
the New York Jewish Postal
Kmployees of Manhattan and the
Bronx tor five years. He did such
an outstanding job that a
scholarship was named in his
honor. He also served as
president of UNAPC (Postal
Kmployees Union) for three
years.
Mr. Koppelman in accepting
the honor stated, "This is a
moment in Jewish history
when the partnership between
the Jews of Palm Beach and the
lews of Israel must be reinforced.
tor never before has Israel
depended so much on our
material aid as ii does at present,
when the problems of peace
require enormoui sums of
money.'
Palm Beach County Youth Groups, including the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Temple Beth David, Temple Beth El, Temple
Israel and Young Judea recently participated in a Chanukah
Torch Run, which opened the Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry.
Pictured left to right, Beth Gam, Larry Hymowitz, Jodi Stein
and Adam Bassuk.
'JF& CSNew Training Sessions'
EWELRY
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LRT APPRAISERS
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3ERALHWY BOCA RATON
(305) 392-6696
The Jewish Family &
Children's Service of Paim Beach
County, Inc.. will begin its
second Quick Response
Volunteer"' training series.
beginning Jan. 21. The training
course, consisting of six two-
hour session-., oilers among other
subjects Training in non-
direct \\< listening. un-
derstanding the aged and social
service deliver) systems in our
community. The course is under
the direction ol Ned Goldberg, JF
& CS stalt member. All sessions
are held at the agenc\. located at
2411 Okeechobee Blvd. West
Palm Beach.
There will be some evening
sessions' available to allow
members ol the working com-
munity to participate and train
for the JF & CS quick response
program.
Further details concerning the
services ol the JF & CS's "Quick
Response" program, as well as
directions for enrolling in the
training series, can l>e obtained at
tin agency office and by
telephone 684-1991.
Israel Bond Events
Dr. I. Goodman
Chiropractor
Boynton Plaza
153V, N. Congee.* Av. (N.W. 2nd Avi.l
Boynton Beach
Backaches Headaches
Pinched Nerves Disc Problems
Arthritis Sciatica Neuralgia
Phone 737-5591
Office Hr. Mon.. Tu.. Wd.. Fri. Thur. h Sat.
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MEDICARE, WORKMEN'S COMP..
AND MOST INSURANCES INCLUDE CHIROPRACTIC
Dr. Richard (i Shugarman.
General Israel Bond Chairman
lor Palm Beach I'ountv i-
lulent that the ** million dollar
goal set by the Board of
Governor* of the Israel Bond
Committee will lie reached with
many activities being planned all
around the county.
On February 1st the
V\ ellmgion. Century Village
Announcing
PHILIP WEINSTEIN
Jewish Funeral Director
FORMER VICE PRESIOENT OF
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breaklast will be held with many
committee members already
working hard and securing bond
commitments and purchases. On
Feb. 8 all branches ol ihe Bond
organization w ill l>e working with
events planned for (iolden Lakes.
Temple Beth Sholom in Lake
Worth and Temple Israel. The
chairmen for these events are all
working hard and heading up
active committees. Mr. Hyman
Krakower is the chairman for the
Wellington Committee. Mr. Jerry
Fcinberg heads up the Beth
Sholom Israel Bond Committee
and Mr. David Tisnower is the
leader tor the Temple Israel
Israel Bond Committee. AH men
are confident that the needs of
Israel will be recognized and that
a greater number of people will be
reached this year and a record
number of Bond Sales will be
made.
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January 10th and 11th from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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Community Calendar
Fndoy, Jon. 9
UJA Shobbat
JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN
CABINET Meeting Ramoda Inn -
12:13 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION
CAPITAl COORDINATING COM-
MITTEE.
Saturday, Jan. 10
JEWISH FEDERATION LEADERSHIP
DEVELOPMENT Meeting
Women's American ORT Mid
Polm 7 day cruise UJA
Shobbat
Sunday, Jan. 1
American Friends of Hebrew
University Palm Beach Dinner -
The Breakers Congregation
Ansiiei Sholom Men's Club 9:30
a.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club
10 am Jewish Community
Day School BBQ Temple Beth
Sholom Installation Lunch
12.30 p m
Monday, Jan. 12
JEWISH FEDERATION EXECUTIVE
BOARD 7 30 p.m Women's
American ORT Palm Beach 1
p.m B'nai B'nth Mnzvah
Council 9 30 a.m. B'nai B'nth
Women Boynton Beach board
12 30 p.m Women's American
ORT Royal Palm Beach 7 30
p.m B'nai B'nth #3046 board
3 p m. Women's American ORT
Mid Palm board 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT North
Palm Beach board- 10 30 am
Temple Israel 7 30pm
Tuesday, Jan. 13
Temple 0eth El Donor luncheon
Breakers Noon B'nai B'nth -
Century 7:30 p.m. Hadassah -
Henrietta Szold board 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT Wesf
/ Palm Beach 1 p.m. Yiddish
Culture Group 10 O m
American Mizrochi Women 1
p.m JEWISH FEDERATION
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