Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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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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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of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICE" and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Pdm Roach Covnty
Number 4
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, February 20,1981
Price 35 Cents
tcord Turnout In Support of Federation Campaign
)NNI TABTAKOW
350 people attended the
Federation of Palm Beach
's Gala Dinner
tion at The Breakers, for
is historically the most
event of the UJA-
tion campaign. The
| had a tremendous impact
doping a spirit of com-
for the Jews living here in
each County. Those
at the event expressed
jpport by announcing
jmmitment.s to the 1981
tion-UJA campaign,
tight the total to date to
J. Nickman, General
jm Chairman, addressed
pp. stating "We Celebrate
I tonight over 300 of our
Came here to attend this
nd to be counted on as
interested, informed
immitted Jews. We
because you are part of
Beach community, and
irate because you par-
Nickman discussed the
of "a new vibrant and
Jewish community"
Palm Beach County, by
ing the migration of Jews
Florida with Jewish
ants to this country:
like your forebears," he
ve are immigrants to this
the world just like
irents and grandparents,
Alan L. Shulman, President of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County; Barbara Shulman, Past President of
the Women's Division; Etie Wiesel, Eileen Nickman,
Myron J. Nickman, General Campaign Chairman.
you have had to adjust. most
of us to better circumstances, but
not all of us some to illness
and poverty."
In discussing the needs of Jews
around the world, he emphasized
that Israel is "still in trouble."
With 140 percent inflation, there
are still "no jobs for the jobless,"
in a country "surrounded by
enemies." In Palm Beach County
he stressed the need for a nursing
home and "more intensive care
for the young and old. There is an
increasing number of the Jews in
Palm Beach County living at
poverty level or below." Nickman
concluded: "We are partners in a
people business and person by
person by person we will suc-
cessed ... We will Fulfill The
Promise.
Elk Wiesel Discusses
The Jewish Response
Highlighting the evening was
an address by Elie Wiesel, noted
author, lecturer, and scholar, who
discussed the significance of his
'Jewish response" to major
world-wide events. "I react to
everything that happens to the
world," he stated.
Record Turnout
In Support of
Federation Campaign
"But 1 must tell you, as a Jew
first. Today was a great day ol
joy and victory and celebration
for the American people. Fifty-
two hostages came back and the
entire nation is saluting them. I
share that joy but I cannot
help but think that when Jewish
refugees left their places of hell
. there was no celebration.
Well, maybe in my strange
twisted mind, I believe that the
hostages wer received the way
they were received because we
were not received the way we
should have been received .
There is a lesson whatever
happens today is the result of
what happened to us."
Wiesel talked about his visit to
Cambodia last year. "I made the
statement that I was going there
to save those people because no
one came to save us when we
needed other to come and save
us. The response must be a
Jewish response."
Responding to the present rise
of anti-semitism Wiesel com-
mented, "If anyone had told us
one generation ago that once
more in my lifetime we should
have to fight anti-semitism on
such a scale, I wouldn't have
believed it." Citing examples
ter Plate Program Established
Worth Health Care
owned and operated by
Enterprises, recently
ished a "Kosher Plate
for Jewish Residents."
Home is located at 2501
IA Street in Lake Worth.
Bradley K. Gonyer,
listrator, stated, "It is my
; that a nursing care facility
meet the needs of the
inity. When I first came to
[Beach County, I heard that
was a large Jewish
ition, and I asked around if
there were any Hebrew homes in
the area. When I found there
were none, I began wondering,
what are the people doing that
want Kosher meals? there
was a need no one was
providing." After several meet-
ings with Rabbi Alan R. Sher-
man. Chaplain for the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, who confirmed the need
for this type of program, the
"Kosher Plate" was established
under the Rabbi's guidance.
The dietary program was insti-
1
~i
iewing the Kosher Plato Program recently entnhUohsd
e Lake Worth Health Core CEnter are (loft to right)
Goldie Dorfman, Food Supervisor for the nursing
; Bradley K. Gonyer, Administrator; and Rabbi
R. Sherman, Chaplain, Jewish Federation of Palm
l> County.
mch as the recent attacks on
lews in Paris, and the vicious
iropaganda since 1945 in the
United Nations he said "How can
we not give up on everthing the
United Nations stands for when
we see the solitude of our people
in that forum. I must tell you, it
hurts terribly ... as a teacher, as
a writer, it hurts because I want
to teach our children that there is
hope."
The Holocaust
"We are trying for the last 35
years to keep a certain memory
alive." Wiesel continued, "We
would prefer not to speak about it
. but we must, because it is
being forgotten." Wiesel com-
mented that there are many
books that exist today that deny
that the Holocaust ever occurred.
He concluded with the optimistic
view that "As long as we
remember, as long as we believe
in our family, there is absolutely
no reason to give up on ourselves.
ItllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH
tuted by Mrs. Goldie Dorfman.
Food Supervisor for the nursing
home, who came to the Lake
Worth Health Care Center with
extensive experience in Kosher
food preparation. She was the
food service supervisor at Lahser
Hills Nursing Home at South-
field, Mich., working under the
supervision of the Rabbinical
Society of Detroit.
Although the Kosher Plate
Program of the Lake Worth
Health Care Center does not meet
strict Kosher requirements, it
nevertheless is a positive step in
meeting the dietary needs of
Jewish residents who feel un-
comfortable eating food from the
regular menu. Meals shall consist
of pre-packaged Kosher dinners,
to be served in their original
containers. Breakfast food will
consist of juices, hot or cold
cereals, eggs, toast, coffee and
milk. Luncheon plates will
consist of soups, sandwiches of
cheese, tuna fish salad, egg salad,
or salmon salad, and an appro-
priate dessert.
In addition, cold plates of ge-
filte fish, assorted vegetables and
cold borsht will be offered. All
food will be prepared with
separate utensils and served with
disposable dishes, silverware and
tray liners.
This program was patterned
after a similar one arranged by
the Chaplaincy Commission of
the Jewish Federation of Fort
Lauderdale.
Women's Division
'Mosaic' Event Planned
March 4 at Worrell's
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County will hold a gala dinner
event at Worrell's in North Palm
Beach on Wednesday evening,
March 4 from 6-9 p.m. The
evening's festivities are on behalf
of the 1981 Federation-UJA
Campaign ($125 minimum
Women's Division gift). The pro-
gram includes Wine and Cheese,
Dinner, and a Taping of
"Mosaic," the Federation
sponsored television program
aired Sunday mornings on
Channel 5.
Highlighting the program will
be Mrs. Paula Borenstein. Mrs.
Borenstein has served for more
than 30 years as a Public
Relations Officer for the Joint
Distribution Committee in
France. A survivor of the
Continued on Page 5
Paula Borenstein
FULFILL
THE
PROMISE
$4,000,000
goal
1981 Federation UJA Campaign


1981 Federation^
"7m
?i2Tu! PeiP,e *%"" ^e Jewish *'*rtton ot Palm Beach Count v' G.l. Dinner Celebra-
tion held on Jan. 27 at The Breakers. Palm Beach. The event, given on behalf of the 1981 Jewiah
IShZ iS *? iStAC?! ,clunPin w" highlighted by the appearance of noted
author, poet and scholar. Elie Wieael.
(Left to right) Elie Wiesel, Rathe Eppler. Won^D
Campaign Chairman and Heinz Eppler. co-chairman o!<\
dowment Fund Committee.
(Left to right) Mr. H. Irwin Levy, Elie Wieael. Mra. Wieael, Mrs. Jeanne Levy.
TOenrtion
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T^ Federation
> of
Z^P*" Beach
'County
(Seated left to right) Mra. Helen Hauben, Ma. Anne Kaufman. Mr and M ~
George Newburger, Mr. and Mra. Robert P. Balgley. (StandiL\*H t ]*[
Mr. and Mr*. Isidore Snchman. Mr. Stanley Hymsn ******** left to right)
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MrT Itebs^fiS 2"V Wi"* Mr. ^ Mr* R Irwto Lrry.
Braman fdl M Jo~* C. Foster. (Standing) Mr. and Mr.-

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Seated left to right) Mr Marvin Peraky, Mr. and Mr.. Robert S Lew Mr !? (SeatJTw7. *" T 1 M ~-
Kr.J-01 ^^Wt-dlMl.ftt.jK'iE-a- &.& aiyvI- UHH, Mr. Batty Sh-h,. Mr. BfH
Lwy* to ^ht. Mr. MirC^n^S' ^ d Ww!Z*A l**-*
4re. Louis Barriah. Mr. Joseph Weingard. (Stai
An. Elliott Argintax, Mr. and Mr.. Bernard Levy.
to right) Mr. MlSESifr ^JTf *" '""P*1 W ***
trMn atOt Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Copslon.


mpoign Gala Dinner Celebration
ght^enjamin S. Hornstein, Betty Shapiro, Ehe Wiesel, Lee Lavitt.
(Left to right) Mr. Alex Gruber, Mr. Alan L. Shulman, Mrs.
Graber, Elie Wiesel, Mr. and Mrs.Herman J. Silveratein.
.- -4'
Shulman, President of the Jewish Federation of Palm
^unty; Elie Wiesel and Norman J. Schimelman, Execu-
tor of the Jewish Federation.
Seated at the dais table are (left to right) Norman J. Schimelman, Executive Director Jewish
Federation; Ruthe Eppler, Women's Division Campaign Chairman; Heinz Eppler, co-chairman
Endowment Fund; Eileen Nickman, Myron J. Nickman, 1981 General Campaign Chairman.
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eft to right) Mr. and Mrs. Irving saUns, Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai
Irs. Paula Eppler, Cantor and Mrs. Saul Meisels. (Standing) Mr. and
Id H. Singer.
(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Shepard
Lesser, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Waltzer. (Standing left to right) Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Engelstein. .._ <
|left to right) Jeanne Glasser, Mrs. Irene Ehrenreich, Mrs. Charles
. Mr. Abe Yarchin, Mrs. Morton Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hirsch-
inding left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Murray J. Kern and Rabbi Alan R.
(seated left to right) Mr. Myron C. Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Blonder, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Belter, Mrs. Cynnie List. (Standing left to right) Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Hoffman, Mrs. Irene Kornhanser and Mrs. Robert E. List.
left to right) Dr. and Mrs. L^rrence ^*n^^a^iS
(r and Mrs. Stanley Lustig, Mr. and Mrs. Robert <* (Standing
Ight) Mr. sad Mrs. Stanley Brew
end Mrs. Kathy Malm.
(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. M. Brenn Green, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer J.
Gartman, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Weiss, Mrs. Stonehill. (Standing left to
right) Mr. and Mrs. B. Beneck, Mr. Maurice Stonehfll.
Additional Photos On Pages 10-11


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What Makes Kreisky Run?
It is hard at this point to appraise the story
about Robert Lipshutz, former President Carter's
special assistant when Carter was in the White
House.
The report on our front page this week by
newsman William Saphire is based on a story that
Lipshutz himself circulated last week. We have no
reason to question its accuracy and are running it
based on our investigation into its facticity.
On the other hand, no less a distinguished
journalist than Victor M. Bienstock, whose
thoughtful articles appear on this page from time to
time and elsewhere in The Jewish Fbridian, firmly
believes that Lipschutz was taken in by a trick when
he undertook a secret mission for President Carter to
Vienna to speak to Austria's Chancellor Bruno
Kreisky about using the "good offices" of the
Palestine Liberation Organization to bargain for the
lives of the American hostages in Terehan right after
their incarceration.
Bienstock is a former vice president and top
editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in New York
for some 25-oddjyears,and his sensitive nose for these
things can not be ignored.
The essential problem, as we see it, is not
President Carter or his Jewish aide, Bob Lipshutz,
now returned to the private practice of law in
Atlanta. The problem is what motivates Chancellor
Kreisky of Austria a Jew who has forgotten his,
Jewishness.
A Craven Bunch I
An El Paso, Tex. law firm has placed an ad in
the Texas Bar Journal looking for a "Christian at-
torney."
Shades of the past.
It is interesting that a law firm should use a Bar
journal in which to advertise its bigotry its desire
to violate the laws of this nation on equal access-,
equal opportunity.
What is even more interesting is that the name
of the law firm in question is Craven & Craven. The
Britannica World Language Dictionary defines
craven as "lacking in courage; cowardly; a bast
coward."
We could not have characterized the law firm
more aptly. It deserves the public criticism to which
it will surely be subjected.
Untapped Expertise
The Reagan Administration, which is con-
centrating on domestic issues, should not overlook
the expertise that is available in the organized
Jewish community. This is especially true of the
many American Jewish organizations which deal
with issues that concern not only Jews alone but all
Americans.
Organizations like the American Jewish
Committee, the American Jewish Congress, the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the National
Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, as
well as others too numerous to name, all deal with the
entire gamut of problems this country faces.
Whether it is the economy, the major concern now of
the Administration; social problems, energy, urban
affairs, the separate concerns of the aged and the
young, crime, what have you, the Jewish community
can offer up some of the most sage advice to be found
in the United States.
Nor should the Jewish community be tapped for
advice alone. There are men and women who can
make important contributions to the new govern-
ment. Here, especially, women should be mentioned
The Regan Administration appears to be having
trouble finding women to name to office.
Jewish Floridian
Comtxning
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Labor Manifesto
Party to Okay All Religious Branc
BY DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
_ The Labor Party has
pledged to "ensure recogni-
tion of all the (religious)
streams in Judaism, by
means of legislation if need
be.'* should it win the elec-
tions this spring. That
formulation, worked out in
the 11th hour behind-the-
scenes consultations, was
the central plank in a State-
and-Religion platform
adopted by the party's na-
tional convention.
It represented a compromise
between the "Young Guard' and
other liberal elements in the
party who sought a firmer com-
mitment to religious pluralism
and more conservative trends led
by Moshe Baram. a Cabinet
minister in the former tabor
government, and MK Rabbi
Menachem Hacohen.
THE CONVENTION was due
to wind up with the ratification of
a new Central Committee com-
prising over 1.000 members.
Originally. Labor intended a
smaller Central Committee the
senior policy making forum be-
tween conventions. But pressures
from various sectors and interest
groups within the party resulted
in its enlargement
Former Prime Minister Yitz-
hak Rabin kept a low profile
during the convention. The
Rabin Camp" was said to have
some 26 percent of the new
Central Committee and to be
satisfied with that represen-
tation. Rabin won almost 30
percent of the votes in the leader-
ship contest with Shimon Peres
at the convention's plenary
sessions in December.
The
mined
unity
ation to
party appeared detr-
to present an image of
and business-like prepar-
take over the reins of
government later this year.
A poll published by Israel's
leading pollster, Mina Zemach.
showed Labor's solid majority
holding steady, though there
would be some erosion if former
Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan
and former Defense Minister
Ezer Weizman deckled to form a
new centrist party.
FORMER BANK Hapoalim
chairman Yaacov Levinson was
the "star"' of the first day's
deliberations, presenting a sober
and impressive economi
program and in this way asserted
himself as the leading candidate
for finance minister. The "State-
and Religion issue was the focus
of debate during the second day.
. A committee headed by former
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
drafted the original proposals
calling for "equality" between
the various "streams" (Ortho-
dox. Conservative and Reform)
and pledging legislation to enable
non-orthodox rabbis to officiate
at weddings. But a last-minute
protest move led by Baram,
former UN Ambassador Chaim
Herzcg and Hacohen produced a
reconsideration that continued
throughout the night.
The reference to officiating at
marriages was omitted from the
convention resolution. It was
deckled that this would be taken
up by the new Central Com-
mittee. The Convention pledged
itself to ensure recognition" of
all the streams. a V|m
could live with.
IN ADDITION, tU,
tion passed resolution,'
the party, when
ensure religious
state budgets for UT]
dox "streams and i
party to ensure at ,
representatives of the [
dox streams are _
regional religious councijJ
the country.
These bodies, i
alongside municipaljtjj
regional councils, disl
budgets for religious k.
have traditionally beeal
larged dominated by the |
Religious Party and
Israel, although the other!
are also represented.
Similarly the convenuj
on Labor Party repn
in the municipalities i_
councils to "relate with)
partiality to all the
streams" and to
public services, publk I
buildings be made "ivi
ail the streams to enable!
carry out their
styles."
OTHER resolutions nl
and-religion declared I
will revoke recent
barring abortions for
reasons and limiting
tabor will act. by
necessary, to ease the |
those individuals and
affected by special
restrictions I bastardy
would-be immigrants
affected: and Labor will
restrictive "Who is a Jew"!
lation as proposed by theO
dox parties and sup
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You Can Set Up Your
Own Philanthropic Fund
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What Is A
Philanthropic Fund?
is a permanent endowment
ur own name or one that you
-to memorialize or honor. It
Lablished by contributing
r other valuable property
Endowment Fund of the
_.. Federation and by com-
bg a simple two page letter
kment.
is a fund which increases
Lgh investments made by a
nittee of knowledgeable in-
luals in the fields of finance
tment, estate and financial
ling.
ho can contribute?
itributions may be made by
your family, associates.
3s and from corporate
res.
i does it work?
itributions to your fund are
ed as gifts to a public
ty-
ke donor is provided the priv-
| of recommending charitable
|ls from their Philanthropic
1. Such recommendations are
[ considered but must be ap-
l)>- the Endowment Fund
nittee and be intended for
ignized charitable
luxations.
Tin is the cost?
Here is presently no cost to
Wish a philanthropic fund
no cost to operate it.
bst-lree administration is
rideil by the Endowment
Committee's professional
tie Endowment Fund Cam-
lee assumes the responsibility
mi record keeping and fur-
es donors with periodic
on funds earnings and
it disbursements.
hy you should have a Phil-
tiropic Fund
tax deductions for cash con-
ations to your fund are allow-
up to 50 percent of your
tnbution base" because they
considered as made to a
blic charity.
Tax deductions are allowable
the fair market value of
predated long-term capital
ns property up to 30 percent of
"contribution base." (60
runt with certain ad-
It merits.)
("here is no tax on income
ned by your fund thereby en-
more to be utilized for
hritahle purposes.
separate tax returns or
orts need be filed for your
vi thereby eliminating filing
Its and a 2 percent tax on net
M me.nl income.
Contributions may be made in
ger amounts during high in-
ne years and in smaller
ts. or nothing during low
lome years allowing for tax in-
Vives. Contributions may be
^de in various forms of appreci-
1 property including securities
I personal property or cash.
kat are the advantages?
Pash cotributions to private
Indations are allowable only up.
p percent of your contribution
fob/ 40 percent of the appreci-
d value of long-term securities
Mlowable as a tax deduction.
pere is an annual 2 percent
on net investment income in-
[ capital gains.
Vnnual tax returns and pubU-
of availability of annual
orts for public view are neces-
thereby requiring legal and
pointing fees.
: There is no termination
naiity for private foundations ,
fen distribute all net assets to
NiccharityT un""M~u>
Philanthropic Fund benefits
the Jewish Community
(1) The FuntJ is utilized by the
Federation to provide support to
charitable organizations and pur-
poses which are within the frame-
work of the Federation's ob-
jectives.
(2) The donor has the privilege
of making recommendations for
distribution of income or prin-
cipal of the Fund. While such
recommendations are advisory,
and the Federation is not bound
by them, the Federation will
seriously consider the donor's
wishes so long as they conform
with the objectives and purposes
of the Federation. The Fund can
effectively be used to support a
variety of specialized charitable
concerns such as a particular area
of Jewish life in which a donor is
especially interested including
education, care for the elderly,
assistance for distressed families,
and other areas of concern.
Current Jewish Federation
Officers
Officers of the Palm Beach
County Jewish Federation are:
Alan L. Shulman, president;
Norman J. Schimelman, execu-
tive director. Co-chairmen of the
Endowment Fund Committee
are: Heinz Eppler, and Myron
Nickman.
For further details on how to
set up your own Philanthropic
Fund, please contact: Stanley
Hyman, Endowment Director,
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. Inc., 501 So. FlaglerDr..
Suite 305. West Palm Beach, Fla.
33401, or call (305) 832-2120.
Continued from Page 1
Holocaust, she joined the Paris
office of the J.D.C. shortly after
her liberation in 1948. A native of
Vilna. Lithuania, she survived
two years of the German occupa-
tion of Vilna ghetto, and was
subsequently transported to, and
remained in a Nazi concentration
camp until April, 1945. Mrs.
Borenstein is married to a Holo-
caust survivor, and they have one
child.
Chairman of the Mosaic Event
is Joan Tochner; Co-Chairman is
Kenee Kessler. Joan Tochner
remarked, "We are fortunate to
be having Paula Borenstein with
us at Worrell's on March 4, and
especially pleased that we can all
participate with Barbara Shul-
man and Steve Gordon as they
tape Mrs. Borenstein for an up-
coming "Mosaic" television
program. Our Women's Division
Campaign is proud to offer this
unique opportunity as a first for
us. With our space limited that
evening, I urge everyone to
respond as soon as possible for
we are anticipating a large at-
tendance at Worrell's."
Renee Kessler, Co-Chairman
stated, "I am hopeful that our
community women will respond
to this event with greater par-
ticipation and commitment for
1981. The human needs both
locally and overseas are growing,
and increased dollars are a must
to achieve our goal.
Women's Division Campaign
Leadership are Ruthe Eppler,
Campaign Chairman, and Sheila
Engelstein. Carole Klein,
Associate Campaign Chairmen.
Mosaic Committee members
include: Leslie Adams, Renee
Bassuk. Marjorie Berg, Connie
Berry, Deborah Brass, Sunny
Elliot, Millie Fier, Dianne Frank,
Gerry Freedman, Renae Gleiber,
Paula Harman, Carole Hujsa,
Karen Hyman, Diane Kaufman,
Freuma Klorfein, Paulette Koch,
Marilyn Lampert, Ruth Levow,
Marva Perrin, Eleanor Platka,
Ellen Ray, Irma Lee Rone, Chana
Salins, Barbara Schwartz,
Gladys Shaprow, Frieda Shefter,
Wally Sherman, Adele Simon,
Doris Singer, Phyllis Stein,
Eileen Talkov, Arline Warner.
Phyllis Weissberger, Ruth
Wilensky.
For more information, contact
the Women's Division at 832-
2120x34.
NOTICE
HIAS. the Hebrew Immigration Aid Society, is trying to
locate Jews who lived in or around Minsk, in Byelorussia (White
Russia), during the period of 1941-1944, about a matter of
utmost importance.
Please call or write Joseph Edelman of HIAS about this
matter. The address is 200 Park Avenue South, New York City
10003. Telephone; (212) 674-6800.
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Over 300 seniors attended the 4th Birthday Celebration of the Comprehensive Senior Service
Center of the Jewish Community Center which was held at Congregation Anshei Sholom.
Tuesday, Feb. 3. In the foreground, from left to right, are Ms. Ruth Hyde Musical Director and
Accompanist of the Ruth Hyde Group, Ms. Lee Duchin. writer and narrator of the original
cantata entitled "Our Center" which was presented as the formal entertainment of the after-
noon and Ms. Ann March soloist. Mr. Sam Rubin. President of the 2nd Tuesday Club of the
Senior Center. Marion Rubin. Mr. Jesse Fuchs and Mrs. Edelmuth.
Twenty two four-year-olds, who are part of the Jewish Community Center's Pre-School. are
shown singing Happy Birthday" to over 300 seniors who attended the 4th birthday cele-
tS^mSSSS^JSt^" l"i" "* *"*'which WM he,d at ESS
Happy Birthday Senior Center
The Comprehensive Senior
Center of the Jewish Community
Center celebrated its 4th Bir-
thday Tuesday. February 3.
1981. Congregation Anshei
Sholom were kind enough to
house the event so that over 300
people could join and enjoy this
exciting afternoon.
The keynote speaker was rep-
resentative Weinstock of District
T9 and special greetings were
offered by Mr. George
Tsismanakis. Director of the
Ciulfstream Areawide Council on
Aging Jean Rubin, Director of
the Comprehensive Senior Center
introduced Mr Marty Goldberg.
Director of the Jewish Com-
munity Center who spoke on the
subject of what a Community
Center and a Senior Center
means to the community. Such
notables as Ms Helen Hauben.
Chairperson of the Advisory
Board of the CSSC and Mr
Norman Schimelman. Executive
Director of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County were also
present
A special highlight of the event
were 20 pre-school children who
came to sing songs to the group
including Happy Birthday. The
formal entertainment was an
original cantata entitled "Our
(enter which was written and
narrated by Lee Duchin, Soloists
Ann March and Jack Zuckerman.
t was presented bv the Kuth
Hyde Group. The musical
director and accompanist was
Ms. Kuth Hyde
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Browsing In Books
Goldreich. Four Days.
fork: Harcourt, Brace
fich, 1980. 455 pp. $10.96
[the reading public and
usully look with some
ss toward the publica-
second novel of any
nhose first novel has been
Hiding success. When
Goldreich's Leah's
won such popular and
jpproval last year, we
whether she would be
maintain that high
of excellence in her
novel, Four Days. So
Isecond novels are such
lisappointments. Joseph
Catch-22 was so success-
it even gave a new ex-
i to the English language.
lething Happened was a
Lsappointment, and Good
Id soon ended up in the
der book stores.
ia Goldreich's Four Days,
h. has lived up to the
Eon she established with
[journey. It was chose as a
[the Month Club alter-
lection, and I venture to
that there will other
Bis. Its sales are zooming
i one critic, at least, it is a
absorbing novel, well
of your time and serious
ion.
Days represents four
[pint by Ina Fold man, the
[figure in the novel, in the
Lebanon Hospital in New
pity, first to have a growth
let: Irom her left breast, and
I to decide whether to have
Irtion. The child with whom
pregnant at age forty-one
Lnvxpected and unplanned
he mother of two beautiful
Jiftod children, the happily
wife of a successful
ley. the head of her own
liter planning firm, she
bis over that momentous
decision to abort her child,
viewing the situation from every
angle, personal, economic, social,
and familial.
But Four Days is much more
more than a study of a mother's
reaction to the realization that
she is again pregnant when she
was not planning a third child;
and was not quite, ready to go
through all the agony and travail
of childbirth not to mention
rearing the child and still
maintaining her successful
business.
Since Ina and her mother and
cousin Bette were all survivors of
several concentration camps
during the Holocaust, we are
given illuminating and gruesome
insights into their sad lives there,
including the mother's revelation
that she herself had had an
abortion in her barracks on the
bare wooden floor because
pregnant women were im-
mediately sent to the gas
chambers. None of these three
women can ever forget that
horrible overall experience, and
each reacts in a different manner;
but they cannot escape from the
traumatic effects. Ina's mother,
born Shaindel Czernowitz but
now Shirley Cherne, and the
owner of a large knitwear
business, wants the child to be
born and reveals her own
abortion to her daughter to help
her realize what a soul-destroying
thing it was to her.
Included in this engrossing novel
are many interesting characters;
Dr. Isaacs, the surgeon who will
remove the cyst and later plans
the abortion in the hospital;
Miriam Gottlieb, the Orthodox
Jewess whose little baby boy
means so much to her and her
parents and parents-in-law;
Marnie Coleman, the stunning
black model, who has a
miscarriage, although she wants
the baby more than anything
else; Ina's father who managed
to survive years in a con-
centration camp; and a dozen
others. In fact, this novel is one
of the most fascinating and
honest descriptions of daily life in
a large metropolitan hospital in
recent American fiction.
Gloria Goldreich tells her story
with clarity and vividness. She
gives us a penetrating insight
into the minds and hearts and the
subconscious life of several of her
characters. The book, once
begun, is not easily set aside; and
once finished is long remembered.
I read it, by an interesting coinci-
dence, on the day that a
television program described the
recovery of an album of
photographs of life in a con-
centration camp, and one that
was later turned over to Yad
Vashem. The two experiences
reading the novel and viewing the
television program made the
day unforgettable.
Eventually Ina Feldman
makes the decision to go through
with her pregnancy but the
reason must be left to the reader
to discover. The author has again
struck gold (or should it be oil)
and we who have enjoyed two of
her novels can await her third
with pleasant anticipation.
All books in this column are
available at the Temple Israel
library.
Joseph Mersand, Reviewer
Temple Israel Library
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Friday. Pe
A capacity crowd of Century Villagers turned out at the Special Gifts Luncheon at Ramada Inn
given on behalf of the 1981 Federation LJA campaign, to bear Israel Amitai, noted Israeli
journalist and political analyst. The luncheon formally opened the Village drive and resulted in
substantial increases in response to Mr. Amitai s stark overview of world events that fore-
shadow the future and security of Israel and Jewry.
Royal Palm Beach kicked off its annual effort on beb
the Federation-United Jewish Appeal campaign wW
Golf-Tennis Tournament at Indian Trail Country Chb i
a luncheon following the competition the participtntu^
addressed by Robert S. Levy, farmer past president of J
Jewish FEderation and general campaign chairmn J
1979 and 1980.
Pictured with Mr. Levy ."2nd from right are (k
right), Mel Hershenson; Darwin F. Kstat, chairmanoftJ
day; and Louis Silk, chairman of the Royal Palm I
division of the campaign.
'STJ
Pictured with Israel Amitai, guest sneaker (standing left) is Rev. Martin Adolf, co-chairman of
the CEntury Village division of the drive. Joining them (seated left to right) Abe Bisgaier, co-
chairman; Rabbi Alan R. Sherman, Federation Chaplain and Director of the Community Re-
lations Council; and Norman J. Schhnetman, Executive Director of the Jewish Federation.
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or iced. Tetley Tea gives you rich, refreshing
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[adassah Celebrates Awards Day
[Florida Central Region of
Ldassah will celebrate its
^augural Myrtle Wreath
yards Day honoring the
emory of Henrietta Szold,
sunder of Hadassah, in this
loth Anniversary of her birth on
iiesday, March 3 at Temple
Irael. 1901 N. Flagler St., West
aim Beach. Dessert and coffee
.. be served at 12:30 and the
logram will commence at 1:30
Im. Admission is by invitation
Ily. Local groups will issue
Imitations to those who qualify.
/e are proud to have as our
Jmoree Mrs. Edward Lewis
Irieda). National President of
Idassah. Mrs. Lewis, the 17th
* ident of Hadassah, the
fgest Zionist organization in
! world, has been well-groomed
the full-time job as a
professional volunteer." She has
, a member for 32 years
ring which time she has held
kually every portfolio at every
pel from the group, Chapter and
gion up to the National Board.
|Mrs. Lewis has served with
stinction on many boards and
, various capacities. She is the
mediate past chairman of the
puth Aliyah department,
rmer national treasurer and
jtional vice-president. She was
airman of the 66th National
adassah Convention held in Los
ngeles in August, 1980, and of
previous year's 66th con-
intion. She served as National
airman of Hadassah Israel
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Frieda Lewis
Education Services and has the
distinction of presenting
diplomas to the first graduates of
the Hadassah Community
College in Jerusalem. She is a
member of the Zionist General
Council of the World Zionist
Organization and is a member ol
the Executive and Nationa
Board of the American Zionist
Federation. She is also
Hadassah s representative to the
Commission on individaul
Freedom and Jewish Security of ^
the National Jewish Community
Relation Advisory Committee.
Steeped in Jewish culture and
humanities, Frieda Lewis is also
a woman who knows the world
scene. A global traveler, she has
studied conditions under which
Jews live in more than 40
countries,including the Soviet
Union, and she has addressed
Jewish groups in many parts of
the world. Frieda Lewis has
brought distinction to Hadassah
platforms throughout lthe United
States. Mrs. Lewis is a Founder
of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center at Ein
Karem.
Abound
the
town
[By STACI LESSER
Photography Contest
Pictures for the Second Annual
l.S. Rapaport Memorial
Photography Awards are
presently being submitted to the
Jewish Community Center, 2415
Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm
Beach, 33409, attention Joel
Levine. Photos must depict some
form of Jewish life or experience.
The rules of the contest are in
order to enter Division A you
must be between the ages 10 and
15 years and Division B beteen 16
and 21 years of age. There will be
2 1st Place Awards at $50,2 2nd
place awards at $25, 2 3rd place
awards at $10 and 10 Honorary
Mentions at $5. March 2, 1981 is
the deadline for all entries. Don't
delay. Take your camera and take
pictures today.
Claire Klein of the Jewish community Center and husband
Charles recently had a wonderful visit with their famous son
Joel Klein of Washington. Joel was attending a convention of
the American Psychiatric Private Hospitals at the Boca Raton
Hotel and Country Club. Joel is the legal representative for the
American Psychiatric Association and he introduced Alan
Dershowitz of the Harvard Law School, the keynote stpeaker at
the the Convention. Joel is the same Joel Klein mentioned in the
book entitled "The Brethren." Claire and Charles, we know you
are proud of Joel. _______
A belated but loving welcome to Leah Nierenberg Gold-
schmidt. Leah is the first child born to Debbi and Robert Gold
schmidt of Richmond, Va. Leah is also the first grandchild of
proud grandparents, Modecai and Ruth Levow. Hearing about
the parents and knowing the grandparents, we know Leah will
be very special. _______
Attention music lovers! Susan Joyce Cohen, a young
concert pianist will be performing a benefit concert on Saturday,
March 7 at 8:30 p.m. at the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum.
Susan majored in piano at New York's Juilliard Prep School is a
graduate of the Marines College of Music, New York City, where
she studied wit the famed Mme. Nadia Reiaenberg. Susan has a
masters degree from The Juilliard School of Musk and is
currently attending the University of Miami. She will receive her
doctorate degree in May, 1981. Susan has also given many
concerts in New York, Florida, and South America. On January
17, she received an award for being the most outstanding
musician at the University of Miami from the Fine Arts of Beth
David.
Susan's musical selections on March 7, will include the
piano works of Mozart, Albeniz, Liszt, and Chopin. Proceeds for
the concert will be donated to the Salk Institute for biological
studies in California, specifically for cancer research.
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(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Victor Robington. Mr. David Berwick, Mrs.
Mildred Hecht, Mr. Milton Susman, Mr. Elmer Rogers. (Standing left to right)
Mrs. Mathilde DeGutt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mittleman. Mrs. Berenice
Rogers. ______________
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(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Brick, Mr. and Mr*. Max ShpnJ
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Bisgaier. (Standing left to right) Mr. and Mrs. A.E. K*^]
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gelb.
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(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lampert, Ms. Paulette Dupree, Mr.
I. Edward Adler, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Weiner. (Standing left to right) Rabbi
Joel Levine, Ms. Karen Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Chane.
(Left to right) Ms. Michele Sherriton, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Klein, Dr. Stuart FeM-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rampell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zaretaky.

(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Frank, Mr. and Mrs. David Ross,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Matzner. (Standing left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Snyder-
man, Mr. and Mrs. David Uchill.
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(Seated left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Milton Raybin, Mr. and Mrs. Edwat1
Whinaton, Mr. and Mrs. Landsman. (Standing left to right) Mr. and Mn
Arthur Lipeki, Mrs. Shirley Leibow.

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(Seated left to right) Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Rubin, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley EUenbogen. (Standing) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burrows.
(Seated left to right) Mr. Phillip Siskin, Ms. Lisa Siskin, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Levy, Dr. Roger FreOich, Dr. Elizabeth S. Freilkh. (Standing left to right) Mr.
and Mre. Peter Cumminga, Ms. Paula R. Kaaa, Mr. Phillip Fisher.
(Seated toft to right) Mr. and Mrs A. David 8heinman7M7 .
Karian, Mr. aad Mra. Herman Levin. (Standing) Mr. and Mn. Edward Kaye.
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Kgsie Tishman. (Standing left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Alan Oken, Mr.
iTishman.
(Seated left to right) Dr. and Mrs. Rubin Pyner, Mr. and Mrs. N'mn Bauer,
Mr. and Mrs. George Golden. (Standing) Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. Pliaslon.
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THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE OF THE FRIENDS
OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
JUNE 28-JULY 4, 1981
This conference will bring together hundreds of Friends for
an In-depth look at the role the University plays in the life of
the State of Israel, as well as its profound ties with Jewish
communities everywhere.
Meet distinguished scholars and scientists In their class-
rooms, attend gala events, including a concert and July
Fourth Ball, a reception with Yitzhak Navon, the President
of Israel, tours and many other special events.
Join groups from Miami, Holly wood/Hal landale, Boca
Raton and Palm Beach for special Florida Friends activi-
ties, including dedication of Florida House, a key link in the
University's historic rebuilding of Mount Scopus.
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JCC Happenings
Senior News
The Jewish Community
Center. Comprehensive Senior
Service Center receives funds
from a Federal Grant, Title III of
the Older Americans Act,
awarded by Gulfstream Areawide
Council on Aging, and the
Florida Department of H.R.S.
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 Com-
munity Center. Comprehensive
Senior Service Center. Following
is a schedule of classes.
The following classes are for 10
weeks:
Oil Punting A (closed).
Mondays 9-12 noon, beginning
Jan. 19;
Oil Painting B, Tuesdays 9-12
noon, beginning Jan. 20;
Self Awareness, Wednesdays
10-12 noon, beginning Jan. 21;
Yoga, Wednesdays 1-3 p.m.,
beginning Jan. 21;
Writers Workshop. Wed-
nesdays 3-5 p.m., beginning Jan.
The following classes are for 8
weeks:
Know Your Car. Fridays 10:30
a.m.-12:30 p.m.. beginning Jan.
*.5;
Nutrition and You, Fridays 1-3
p.m.. beginning Jan. 23.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantage*!. Call
689-7700 for information.
Speak Out Enjoy an af-
ternoon of expression, friendship
and learning with Wynn Kenton.
discussion leader, on Mondays at
1 p.m. Next session: Feb. 23.
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women -Joe Greenberg. group
leader for the men. and Sylvia
Skolnik. group leader for the
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1 cup milk
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cook ovef moderate
heat until cheese
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is smooth, remove
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In small bowl, combine
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3 eggs
'/i cup minced onion
1 measuring teaspoon salt
'/ measuring teaspoon white
pepper
''* measuring teaspoon nutmeg
nutmeg, beat slightly
Stowly add cheese-
milk mixture
10 eggs stirring
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Tanglewood Thursdays 7-9
p.m.
Call the Center for further
information.
New Dimensions "The
. American Musical Theatre",
New Dimension-Palm Beach
Junior College program. Harry
Huret will present this program
on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 1:30
p.m.
women, conduct lively discussion
sessions on politics, economics
and current event, on Tuesdays
at 1 p.m.. except for the Second
Tuesday of the month. 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 Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Dine Out Luncheons at
various restaurants will be held
once a month. For further in-
formation call Bonnie at the
Center, at 689-7700.
Tax Counseling for the Elderly
is available on Tuesdays from 1-4
p.m. at the C.S.S.C Provided by
Volunteer Income Tax
Assistance (VITA). Roz Ram.
volunteer counselor.
Second Tuesday of the Month
Fourth Birthday Celebration
Our fourth birthday celebration
was a huge success. Over 270
seniors attended this pecial
event. Thanks to Congregation
Anshei Sholom. State
Representative Eleanor Wein-
stock. our honored guests, the
Second Tuesday Club and our
staff, for making the day so
special.
Trips Jupiter Island All Das-
Cruise. Thursday. March 5. from
8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Cruise the
beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.
pass Stuart North Hobe Sound.
and Jupiter Island. Florida's
most exclusive island. (View the
homes of America's wealthiest
families I Buffet luncheon in-
cluded. Members $22; non-
meml>ers $24. Transportation to
Jupiter included. Call 6897700
for reservations and ask for
Bonnie Silverstein.
Lido Spa Due to so many
requests, we have arranged a
Lido Spa GEt-A-Way for
Sunday. May 10 Wednesday,
May 13. The trip will begin with"a
Sewier keep,..
?P>1 friendship nT'
held on the third
ch month at i
Marx, group leader
that Mr. George E
speek on "Why
Personality c'
iudm and Carl J
Ketcher, dance and T
will perform "*
Mothers Day Party on Sunday,
and includes 3 meals a day (diet
or regularl. daily massage and
entertainment. Members $113.50,
double occupancy Non-members
$123.50. including gratuities. Bus
transportation is available from
the Westgate of Century Village
(price *iU be announced).
Reservations require a $25
deposit per person, which in-
cludes a $5 non-refundable fee
For further information call
Bonnie at 689-7700.
Health Insurance Assistance -
Edie Reiter of JCC. Health
Insurance Round Table will be at
the JCC. the third Thursday of
the month, at 2 p.m.. to assist
persons with health insurance
forms, questions, etc. Call 689-
7700 for information.
J.C.C. Extension Classes -
Joy Through Movement
Poinciana Place Thursdays
9:30tolla.m.; -VOID.
J.C.C. Extension Classes Joy
Through Movement Poinciana
Place Thursdays 9:30 to 11
am.: Transactional Analysis -
Tanglewood Mondays 10-12
noon: Know Your Car
Art Show and Sales
The Jewish Community Center
will host two different Art Shows
and Sales which will be devoted
to a single artist at a time. The
first will be held in February and
will feature Mr. Harold
Rotenberg and will be held at the
Palm Beach Art Gallery. 240
Worth Avenue. Mr. Rotenberg
will be present to discuss his
works with all interested parties.
Watch for exact date.
The second show will be held
March 17 and will
Shoshana Vilensky *dl|
Israeli artist who will beg
to America just for this
sample of Ms Vilensky',,
presently on display .,
Center. The place of theaJ
sale will be announced sh
Please watch for
details on both of tU,
special events or call the(
at 689-7700 and ask
Witt.
Teachers Registry Established

The Jewish Education
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County announces the establish-
ment of a Teacher Registry
whereby persons who are seeking
teaching positions within the
Jewish community could register
and be referred to local religious
schools and institutions.
"We are pleased that there will
be on file a record of all persons
interested in teaching at our local
temples, religious schools, our
Jewish Community Day!
and Jewish Community I
stated Dr. Elizabeth Ste^
Freilich. chairperson of |
Federation'8 Jewish
Committee.
The file will be open J
principals and director* |
religious schools and
communal agencies. L.
forms are available at thej
Federation office. Please i
Jay Epstein, Staff As
832-2120.
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r, February 20,-1981
The Jewish
latScf^County
Because Someome Cared
iv STEPHEN LEVITT
A.C.S.W
, personal view from the
iutivc Director of the Jewish
\ily & Children's Service.
\ll cast names mentioned in
h articles are fictitious; client
hnation at the Jewish Family
\jl \tcst of confidence.)
\e are nearing the date for
has practically become a
., Beach County tradition for
Uary 1 refer to the "Family
fice "institute" under the co-
hsorship of Jewish Family &
jdren's Service.
Jach year our agency in
Deration with the other non-
[fit counseling services
^nts the opportunity for our
Eimunity to participate in a
-bningful. day-long seminar on
Irriportant topic for family and
ntai health. The sessions are
daily designed for both the
Ifessional as well as the
member of the lay public.
The theme for this year's
meeting is "Current Approaches:
Problems of Family Life and
Aging". The day-long institute
will afford participants the
opportunity to listen and par-
ticipate in workshop activities
with several very interesting and
nationally prominent presenters.
Dr. John Warkentin, and his
wife, Dr. Elizabeth Valerius will
discuss coupling dynamics,
marriage encounter and other
techniques that they employ
when working with married
couples as well as families.
Through the use of role playing,
members of the audience can
experience some of the basic
elements inherent in family
interactions. D. Warkentin,
incidentally, is a past president of
the American Academy of
Psychotherapists, is a full
Professor of Psychiatry at Emory
University, and a founder of the
Atlanta Psychiatric Institute.
AS AcceptingApplication
>r Ann S. Petluck Awards
HAS the Hebrew
.nigrant Aid Society is now
epting application for the fifth
iual Ann S. Petluck Memorial
Jards, which will be presented
the agency's 101st annual
jeting in New York City March
[it was announced Feb. 2.
Vwards of $400 each will be
kin to three refugees "who
,ve made exceptional progress
[shown outstanding promise in
Lettling in the United States.
kere are no restrictions on age
MX,
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presenting them) may obtain
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So., New York City 10003. Filing
deadline is March 2. Winners will
be notified on or before March 9,
and need not be present at the
HIAS annual meeting to receive
their awards and stipends.
The awards are named for Ann
S. Petluck, a social work ad-
ministrator who specialized in
immigration and refugee work.
She profoundly influenced the
practice of migration casework
and helped reshape United States
immigration law. She served as
associate director of the United
Service for New Americans until
its merger with HIAS in 1954
and then as director of U.S.
operations of the merged
organization until 1964, when she
became deputy representative of
the United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees. She
died in 1974.
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With his wife, Dr. Valerius, they '
founded and operate the
Cloudland Retreat, located in the
Blue Ridge Mountains.
For those members of the
community who have an interest
in gerontology, a familiar
presentor will join us on
February 25th. Dr. Jeffrey
Solomon has been an Associate
Director of Miami's Jewish
Hospital and Home for the Aged
for a number of years. Dr. !
Solomon will cover a variety of
issues which confront today's
elderly. New techniques in
working with the elderly will be
stressed.
Once again, I invite the readers I
of this column to join with the
staff of Jewish Family &
Children's Service in par-
ticipation in this most important
family education endeavor. Our
workshop this year will be
located at the Salvation Army
Citadel, 2122 Palm Beach Lakes
Boulevard, on February 25,1981.
Registration will be from 8:30
a.m. to 9:00 a.m.; conference will
end at approximately 3:30 p.m.
There is a nominal fee for ad- '
mission. For further information
or details on how to register,
kindly contact the J.F. & C.S.
office at 684-1991.
I hope to see you at the F.S.I,
again this year.
(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. I------,___________________
"OUR
CHILDREN-
, OUR %J
FUTURE"
The Benjamin S. Hornstein Elementary School
of the
Jewish Community Day School of Palm Beach County
cordially invites yon to attend the
Sixth Annual Cocktail Party
given on behalf of
"OUR CHILDREN OUR FUTURE"
Silent Auction and drawing for a trip to Israel
Sunday. March 1. 1981
7 p.m.
Flagler Museum, Palm Beach
Donation: $100 per eraplt
For further information
Contact the Day School Office
832-8423
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Organizations In The News
HADASSAH
The Palm Beach Chapter and
all Palm Beach County Chapters
of Hadassah will hold the Hadas-
sah's Israel Bond Luncheon at
the Breakers Hotel on Wed-
nesday. March 11, at 12 noon.
The guest speaker will be Rose
Matzkin. past national president
of Hadassah, and Mrs. Harvey
Fosner. former counsil to the
United States Senate. For
reservations call Florence
Sharpe. The Chapter will hold its
Yad Z'hava Donor Luncheon, at
the Breakers on Wednesday.
March 25 at 12 noon. This
luncheon will be shared with the
Lake Worth Chapter and the
Gold Meir Chapter. There will be
an Israeli Fashion Show, followed
by a musical program. Comment-
ary will be by Ariane Csonka.
There will be a drawing for an
Edna Hibel lithograph, donated
by the artist
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadassah highlights the
following events: Annual lun-
cheon for the benefit of Hadassah
Medical Organization, Tuesday.
Feb. 24 at the Breakers. Call
Sylvia Citrin or Estelle Kashdan
Hadassah Israel Bond luncheon,
Wednesday. March 11 at the
Breakers. For reservations,
phone Shalom chairperson
Gladys Bisgaier. March 12 "A
Tribute to Liza at the Marco
Polo, sold out. A repeat trip is
being planned. For information
call Fran Nudelman, Ida Goetz or
Lillian Schack. A mini-vacation
at the Palm Beach Spa. April 13-
16. Rooms are limited, and early
reservations are a must. Contact
Fran, Ida or Lillian. Treasure
Chest drawing at March 18
meeting. Tickets still available
for a chance to win one of 26
prizes, proceeds for Youth ac-
tivities. Call Mary Kossoff.

Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel. Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy. Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. 832-2120
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The Bat Gurion Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold a
'ashion breaklast at "Burdines "I
.he Palm Beach Mall on Thur-
sday. Feb. 26 at 9: 30 to 11 a.m.
Trends for spring in clothing and
hairstyles will be discussed and
shown. A donation of $2.50 to
cover breakfast will be charged at
the door.
thai Hadassah will hold a
general membership meeting on
Thursday. Feb. 26 at the
Challenger Country Club.
Refreshments will be served at
12:30 and the meeting will
convene at 1 p.m. Some tickets
are still available for the Youth
Aliyah Dinner Dance to be held
on Feb. 28 at the Challenger
Country Club. Call Beth Kinsey
or Miriam Lang for tickets. The
Board of Directors of the Chai
Group extends heartfeld sym-
pathy to the family of the late
Viollie Astrachan. a former presi-
lent and life member of
ladassah. She will be sorely
nissed by all who knew her.
Z'Hava Hadassah will hold a
flea market at Millers Super-
market on Military Trail, near
Southern Boulevard. On March
13. the Palm Beach Chapter will
tost the oneg shabbat at Temple
fleth El. Flagler Dr., West Palm
Beach. All of our members are
urged to attend services at 8:15
p.m. March 19 meeting will be a
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fun day to celebrate Purim. Come
in costume and listen to the
'Musical Notes." March 25 is the
donor award luncheon at the
Breakers.______
Golds Meir, Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will have a
studv group on March 2 at
Temple Beth Sholom in Lake
Worth from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Bring a sandwich and coffee and
cake will be served. Ethel Roey
- Vice President of Region will
be speaker There will also be a
dance program. There will be a
card party luncheon at Kristines
at noon on .March 5 $7
donation. Their regular meeting
will be March 12 at Temple Beth
Sholom and donor luncheon will
be held at the Breakers on March
25. ______
Yovel Group of Hadassah is
participating in the Hadassah
Bond luncheon Wednesday.
March 11 at the Breakers. 12
noon. For reservations call Diane
Levine. The next regular meeting
will be held Thursday, March 19.
12:45 p.m. at Congregation
Anshei Sholom. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Joseph Mersand,
editor and author, who will speak
on "Contributions of Jewish
women in American literature."
Boutique avaiable from 12 noon.
On Wednesday. March 4 the
group will be attending the
musical comedy Kiss Me Kate at
the Royal Palm Dinner Theatre
in Boca Raton. For reservations
call Ruth Gellert and Naomi
ichechter. Luncheon, transpor-
ation and gratuities are in-
mded. The West Palm Beach
.'hapter donor luncheon will be
held at the Breakers on Tuesday.
March 24 at 12 noon. Call Ethel
-ahn for more information. A
veekend will be held May 7
hrough 10 at the Lido Spa.
I.sther Colon and Dorothy Isaacs
re co-chairpersons.
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following events: Bazaar Flea
Market to be held at the Palm'
Springs Village Hall on Sunday,
Feb. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A
trip to the west coast by air
conditioned Greyhound bus for 3
days and 2 nights on April 6, 6 7.
Food and entertainment will be
provided. For information call
Frieda Sexier or Helen Linda.
Tikvah Group of Hadh
planned events: Feb. 24 Youth
Aliyah luncheon at Ramada Inn;
March 3 Myrtle Wreath
Awards 12:30 p.m. at Temple
Israel; March 11. Luncheon
Show Kiss Me Kate." Call
Regina Parnes.
BNAI BRITH
WOMEN
B'nai B'rith Women, Menorah
Chapter, will meet Tuesday.
March 10. 12 noon at the First
Federal Bank of Delray. at the
West Gate of Century Village.
Boutique hour 12 1 p.m. A
membership tea will be held
Friday, Feb. 27 at the home of
Yetta Schweitzer. Raye Fein-
stein. Sally Rimberg. Jeanette
Schnapper are new life members.
Scheduled events: March 4,
Marco Polo Theatre "A Musical
Tribute to Liza." include full
course dinner, tax. tips, tran-
sportation. March 10-15 New
Orleans, includes Top of Mart,
Chris Owens Show, Jazz Hill.
rvate. April 9-12
Spa. includes 3 m.
Lillian
^ohen.
Pain,
Rub,.
SllS
A general
maaada Chapter wi
the Jewish CommUn.
p I5 2!^hob ffi
Palm Beach on Feb. 24 .
There will be a musical!'*
K^r^'^Aa
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
"Music As A Social For* ,n
be the topic discussed by
Irving Cheyette, musicoloaL^
the next meeting of the pXJI
Beach Chapter of Worn?,
ArmricanORT.ThemeetZi
be held at the Community 110 Southern Blvd.. wit 5
Beach on Monday, Feb. 23*1
p.m. Members and friends .<
mivted. Refreshments wiUbl
served. Dr. Cheyette Z\
professor of M usic and Educa- I
at the State University olZJ
York at Buffalo from 1965 k]
1972 and in 1972 b*aI
professor emeritus at SUNY U
was Fulbright Professor ]
Tokyo University of Fine Ami
from 1964 to 1955 and Adjtuo
Professor at Fordham University
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ic teacher at New York
sity and instructor at
| in his early years.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
lusic As A Social Force" will
le topic discussed by Dr.
Cheyette, musicologist at
ft-xt meeting of the Palm
Chapter of Women's
iran ORT. The meeting will
leld at The Community
,, 110 Southern Blvd.. West
rik'ach on Monday, Feb. 23
[p.m. Members and friends
Kited. Refreshments will be
(I Dr. Cheyette was
,snr of Music and Education
[< Mate University of New
at Buffalo from 1955 to
and in 1972 became
Issor emeritus at SUNY. He
Kulbright Professor at
:i University of Fine Arts
1954 to 1955 and Adjunct
rss<>r at Fordham University
Hi::) to 1977. Dr. Cheyette
critic teacher at New York
srsity and instructor at
rd in his early years.
ic Koval Chapter of Women's
Mean ORT will meet on
.i\. March I. 7:30 p.m. at
[("ivi. (enter. Royal Palm
\b Husbands and guests are
I'rogram is a book review
l)r Frank Gould Impor-
[Hooks of the "80s. Refresh-
ts will l>e served. April 18
ir at Maximilian's in Royal
i lieach. For reservations call
[(mid. I.il Frank or Rose
I'oinciana Chapter of
urn s American ORT will
it- monthly general meeting
londay, Feb. 23 at 12 noon in
Isocial hall at I'oinciana Place.
M speaker will be Freda
Izlin. art lecturer. She is well
vn in the art world and has
dnii and exhibited here and
pad Refreshments will be
(fed All are cordially invited
latu-nd. ORT s Donor Lun-
\ 'oinciana Club in Palm
Ich. Call Mae Raum for your
Irvations.
indom Wind by Belva Plain,
will be reviewed by Mrs. Helen
Witt at the second of three book
reviews sponsored by the Palm
Beach Chapter of Women's
American ORT. The session will
be held at the Community House.
110 Southern Blvd.. West Palm
Beach, on Monday. March 2 at 1
p.m. Refreshments will be served.
Boutique items will be displayed.
All members and friends are
invited to attend.
SOUTH FLORIDA JEWISH
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEES
The South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees will have their
installation of officers on Sunday.
March 1 at 2 p.m. at the Weight
Watchers Auditorium in the Gun
Club Shopping Center. Military
Trail and Gun Club Rd.. between
Summit and Southern Blvd.. in
West Palm Beach. Honorable
Judge Abraham M. Roth, former
New York State Criminal Court
Judge will be the installing of-
ficer. Judge Roth has been active
in many civic, welfare and
charitable organizations in New
York, and is active in the Mid-
County Medical Center. Nat
Taksier, National Regional Vice
President (southeast and Puerto
Rico) will present the National
Charter to the Chapter. The
officers to be installed are
President. Sid Levine: 1st V-
Pres. Benjamin Klarreich; 2nd
V.P. Theodore Frolow; Recor-
ding Sec'y.. Jeanette S. Levine;
Coresponding Secretary. Michael
Malbin; Financial Secretary
Marion Urovsky; Treasurer,
Miriam Levinson; Collation to
tollow Guests are welcome....
LABOR ZIONIST
ALLIANCEPOALE ZION
The Labor Zionist Alliance
Poale Zton will meet on Monday.
Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. in Congregation
Anshei Sholom, Century Village.
West Palm Beach. A program of
games, fun and prizes for all will
be presented by the Amerifirst
Bank. All are welcome.
NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF JEWISH WOMEN
The National Council of Jewish
Women. Okeechobee Unit, will
have their general meeting to be
held Tuesday. March 3,1:30 p.m.
at Congregation Anshei Sholom.
The board meeting will take place
Thursday. March 12 at the home
of Maxine Foster. On Monday.
March 23 at 11:30 to 3:30 p.m.
will be a luncheon and card party
in support of annual national
support, which will be held at The
Groat Wall.
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
FOUNDATION
Deborah Hospital Foundation
will have their annual paid up sit
down membership luncheon and
Itiwting ul the Century Holiday
Inn on Monday. March 16 at 12
noon. Mildred Birnbaum and her
Musical Notes will entertain. For
further information call Barbara
Singer. Coming events: Lido
Spa, MiamiBeach, 4 days 3
nights April 5-8 $125 including
transplrtation, gratuities and all
the niceties. Contact Pearl Kol-
bert or Kate Green. Passover
Special Montmartre Hotel.
April 17-20. 4 days and 3 nights,
including Seder $160. Tran-
sportation $10. Contact Pearl
Kolbert or Kate Green.
AMERICAN
MIZRACHI WOMEN
American Mizrachi Women.
Rishona Chapter of Century
Village, West Palm Beach, is
planning a boat ride on the St.
Lucie River. Leaving from the
clubhouse at 11 a.m. and return-
ing at 5 p.m. on Feb. 24. Price
$11.50. For reservations contact
Ann Lipsonor Rose Glassel.
The Chapter will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 10,1 p.m. at Congregation
Anshei Sholom. Drawing of year-
ly raffle will be held, followed by
entertainment and refreshments.
PIONEER WOMEN
The Theodore Herzl Club of
Pioneer Women will have their
regular meeting on March 5, 1
p.m. at the Lake Worth Shuffle-
board Courts, 1121 Lucerne
Avenue. There will be a
QUEEN Esther Purim
Festival." Refreshments will be
served.
The Orah Israel Club of
1st For
Convenience
Pioneer Women. Lakeside
Village. Palm Springs, will,
celebrate Purim at its regular
meeting on Wednesday. March 4
at 1 p.m. There will be festive
refreshments and a muscial
program. Members-at-large and
Iriends are welcome to join the
celebration. Contact Ann Engel-
stein tor more information.
WOMEN'S
LEAGUE FOR ISRAEL
The Sabra Chapter of the
Women's League for Israel will
meet on Tuesday. March 3, 1
p.m. at the First Federal of Del-
ray Bank, which is located at the
West Gate entrance to Century
Village. West Palm Beach. The
guest speaker will be Mrs. Helen
Nussbaum, who will review
books with Jewish themes.
Letter to the Editor
EDITOR. The.leuish llondiau.
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loaded with Jewish organiza-
tions. Most of them meet once a
month, and try to ensure a
respectable attendance by having
an entertainment during the
meeting. Very often, that enter-
tainment is in the form of a
speaker; but too often, that
speaker is a urologist, or a
chiropractor, or a funeral
director, or an internist, it is time
thai the various entertainment
committees begin to realize that
il. and when, we need the services
ol the above-mentioned, we'll find
I hem; they do not have to be
dangled before our noses. We
don't have to l>e reminded that
we are in the autumn of our lives.
The Majority of us love this
period of life. We can still enjoy
(lie arts, the sciences, politics.
travel, and many other subjects
lecturers can speak on. and we
also can enjoy musicians,
humorils. skits, and so forth.
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lm Beach bounty
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Florida Builder Recipient Of Service Award
Irwin Levy d\ Palm Beach,
la builder, haV been desig-
to receive the national
inity service award of the
Theological Seminary of
;a, it was announced by
erson D. Cohen, Chancellor
(Seminary.
iry will receive the award at
Seminary's 22nd annual
cation dinner at the Diplo-
tel on Wednesday. Feb.
kting
is the president and chief
officer of Cenvill
unities, the developers of
oor Village and Century
;es. He has been active in
ewish Federation of Palm
the national campaign
of the United Jewish
the American Jewish
net
pal.
H. Irwin Levy
Congress and American Jewish
Committee.
A practicing -attorney in
Jewish Educators
Council to Conduct
Training Program
Florida since 1951, Levy is a
patron of the Jewish Theological
Seminary and a long-time
member of its Palm Beach
committee. Last year he was the
recipient of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America's Justice Louis
D. Brandeis award. He serves on
the board of the American
Committee for the Weizmann
Institute of Science and on the
national council of the'American
Israel Public Affairs Committee.
The Jewish Theological
Seminary, now in its 95th year, is
engaged in a major expansion
program to bring its facilities in
line with the growing demands
for its services. A new library
complex is already under con-
struction at its headquarters
campus on Momingside Heights
in New York City.
Tennis Trials
March 6
JCDS Students Prepare
to Compete In
Spelling Bee
luth Levow, Chairperson of
newly formed Jewish
ucaiiirs Council, will sponsor a
chers' Professional Growth
?ram on Tuesday evening,
24 at Temple Beth El. All
there currently teaching in the
^agogues' religious schools.
Jewish Community Center
the Jewish Community Day
doI are invited to participate.
ching The Spring Holidays
tctively" is the theme for two
rkshops organized by grade
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other on methodology.
Rabbi Harry Schectman of
Congregation Anshei Sholom.
will speak on "The Significent
Message of Purim and Passover"
during a supper session.
Leading the workshops are
Shulamit Gittelson. the director
of the Early Childhood Program
at Toras Ernes Academy and
Joan Bergman, director of the
Early Childhood Program at
Temple Adath Jeshurun. as well
as Miles Bunder, director of the
Institute for Jewish Studies and
Phyllis Domstein. religious
school supervisor at Temple Beth
Sholom in Hollywood.
The Jewish Educators Council
is a representative group of the
Jewish professional teachers who
are interested in providing
continuing education for Jewish
teachers in the West Palm Beach
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The year after the Olympics is
the traditional time for the
Maccabiah Games, a world wide
gathering of Jewish athletes in
Israel for a broad range of sports
competition. In Florida, the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center will be host
for the regional tennis trials
which may lead the winners on
the summer games in Israel.
The regional Maccabiah tennis
trials will be held on March 6
through March 9 at the Michael-
Ann Russell JCC in North Miami
Beach. Florida. Competition will
take place in an open division for
men and women, 35-and-over for
women, and 35-, 45-, and 55-and-
over divisions for men. There will
be singles and doubles com-
petition in all divisions
According to Chuck Gately,
tennis professional at the
Michael-Ann Russell JCC and
tournament director, the winners
of this tournament will advance
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Philadelphia, April 29 through
May 3. That tournament, at the
University of Pennsylvania, will
determine the team that goes to
the games in Israel scheduled for
July.
The qualifying tournament in
Miami is sanctioned by the
Florida Committee of Sports for
Israel. the U.S. Tennis
Association, and the Florida
Tennis Association. One-half
[mint will be awarded players.
Halls will be supplied by the
tournament committee.
Registration fee for the
tournament is $25, and the entry
deadline is March 2. Interested
participants of Jewish heritage
should call or write Chuck Gately
at the Michael-Ann Russell,
18900 N.E. 25th Ave.. North
Miami Beach, Fla. 33180. The
phone number is (305) 932-4200.
Fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, and
eighth-grade students of the
Jewish Community Day School
are readying to compete in the
Palm Beach County Regional
Spelling Bee, sponsored by the
Downtown West Palm Beach
Kiwanis Club in conjunction with
the Palm Beach Times. Teachers
in charge of preparation and
testing of Jewish Community
Day School students are Ms.
Barbara Berlman and Mrs.
Peggy Leznoff. They will direct
and judge the written and oral
tests students will take in
February to determine the
school's top three spellers. Those
three winners will then compete
in one of the four Palm Beach
County geographical area
contests. The county area
spelling bees will be held at
Conniston Junior High School on
Thursday, March 19, 1981.
Participants will be the top three
spellers from all public, private,
and parochial schools desiring to
participate.
The top two winners from the
Palm Beach County Spelling Bee
area contests will be eligible to
participate in the Regional
Contest, which will be held at the
Helen Wilkes Hotel on Wed-
nesday. April 22, 1981, at the
noon meeting of the West Palm
Beach Kiwanis Club. In addition
to the top two victors of the four
areas of Palm Beach County,
competitors will include the top
two winners of Glades,
Okeechobee, and Hendry
Counties. The winner of this
contest, then, will go to the
National Spelling Bee in
Washington, DC, in June.
Mr. Mordecai Levow, director
of the Jewish Community Day
School, believes competitions,
such as the Spelling Bee, are
beneficial to the students in that
they provide them with ad-
ditional incentive for study. In
line with this philosophy,
students will also be entering the
local Science Fair in March.
In the meantine. however,
students are learning how to spell
such words as those missed by
the 50 contestants in the 1980
National Spelling Bee in-
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amathophobia, epopee, paragoge,
phlebitis, tonsillectomy,
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** &tbbttucal Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
devoted to discussion of themes and issues
relevant to Jewish Iffo put and prosoirt
'For Ye Were Strangers'
By RABBI
WILLIAM MARDER
Temple Beth David
Northern Palm Beach County
The refugee phenomenon, for
M long an integral part of
American development. con-
Unites i,, be with us. The number
ol people from diverse ethnic.
political, and cultural back-
grounds eager to live in the
United Slates and willing to use
an\ means legal or otherwise
to achieve this end. is truly
remarkable. As residents of
South Florida. we are
IroatedalmOBt daily to a count of
i In refugees arriving on our
shores, and the cumulative effect
ol pasl waves ol immigration can
!>< -een in the evolving ethnic
character of our region.
For the most part, whenever
we hear of refugees, we think of
(hem in terms of "problems." Of
course, it is a fact that this
phenomenon does bring with it a
degree of social, economic, and
political upheaval. But we rarely
hear of the aspect of
"challenges," we hadly think
;m\ more ol the United States as
a country which continues to be
multilingual, and in which
diversity and difference are
positive aspects.
We lews have a particular
point of view regarding these
issues, it seems to me. First and
foremost, we are heirs to a
religious tradition which has
emphasized concern and com-
passion for the strangers. "Ki
gayrim heyitem b'eretz Mil-
zrayim" for ye were strangers
and sojourners in the land of
Egypt the Torah reminds us
again and again. Thus sensitivity
to the plight of strangers,
sojourners. refugees has been
inculcated from ancient times.
We American Jews, moreover.
are ourselves a product of the
refugee phenomenon. Whether at
the turn of the century, or in the
period of World War II, or since
then, the American Jewish
community has its origins in
refugees. And by no means has it
Rabbi William Marder
been smooth or easy going;
discrimination, cultural'conflict,
antipathy toward those who are
different these are familiar to
Jews. Our own experiences, then,
ought to make us acutely sensl
live to the experiences ol others
Our perspective is reinforced
since we continue to value the
ideal of diversity; we are con-
cerned with preserving religious
and cultural traditions which are
different from the majority held
positions; and we remain
Committed to the old American
dream of freedom which docs not
call lor compromise ol cherished
expressions or values
Moreover, although in our
rvcenl Jewish past the refugee
experience looms large, we need
to be more aware of the current
presence, around the world and in
America, ol Jewish refugees
Those who have left the So*iel
Union, fled from Iran, or escaped
repressive regimes (for instance
in Argentina). The fact that.
worldw ide, the Jew ish people still
contains elements ol uprooted
nes- concerns us and help- Lo
sensitize us in the plight of other
groups ni refugees
Ui thus have, through our
religious tradition and through
the post and current historical
circumstances ol the Jewish
l ople, a particular perspective
toward the variety ol questions
and issues surrounding the
refugee phenomenon \s we
[Minder these questions in the
context nl our world todaj. ma)
we find inspiring the words ol a
conlemporarj poem !>> Rabbi S
Waldman Ma) we always dare
to hope that all the displaced
will be rooted again, that all
God's children will touch hand-
in peace
Local Synagogue News
CONGREGATION
ANSHEI SHOLOM
The Sisterhood of
Congregation Anshei Sholom will
hold its next board meeting on
Monday. March 2 at 9:45 a.m..
and its next regular meeting on
Tuesday, March 17 at 1 p.m. at
which time it will hold a Purim
Musical with Rachel Potach as
narrator, and the musci of Fannie
Ushkow and her melodears.
The Sisterhood is presenting a
Purim Musicale Festival starring
Eddie Klein, the singing cantor,
in our sanctuary, on Sunday!
March 15 at 8 p.m. All seats are
reserved and going very fast. Call
Blossom Cohen or Bessie ll
fman.
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night. Feb. 21 at Ropicana Lanes
at ,:30 p.m. Bowling will be
followed by pizza and cokes. The
cost for the eveneing is S10 a
couple for members and $12 a
couple for non-members. For
more information contact David
and Gail Schwartz.
On Sunday evening. Feb. 22
Temple Beth El Men's Club wili
sponsor an Art Auction at the
lemple 2815 No. Flagler Dr.
West Palm Beach. Works wiU
Peter Max. Matisse, Neiman
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Synagogues in
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Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Villan.
W Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services oV
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. m ^ll
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phon* jqq,^
499-9229 Harry Silver. President Dailyserv.Ces 8 a m 'I
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m. an5 P*|
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone8334ciJ
Rabbi Irving B Cohen Joel L. Levlne. Associate Rabbi Sabbm
services. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday Torah Seminars 10:30a.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone 31
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath *
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with nZ
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Pauls Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave Delrj..
Mailing address: P.O Box 1901, Delray Beach 33444 Rabbi Sam*
Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272-2908) Friday services*
8 15 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah of Palm Beach Counly
at St David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd art
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach Mailing address 1125 Jack
Pine St.. West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward Cohn President
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services, Friday at 8 15p m
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road |1 mi*
west ot Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue, P.O Box 3, Boa
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Beniamm Rosayn.
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Temple Beth El
r hhu'h Flafller Dnve' Wesl Palm B*800 33407 Phone 8334339-
MaDDi Howard J. Hirsch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath services,
rnaay at 8.15 p.m., Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15am,
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 6W-
3212 Ottice hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Schect-
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8:30 a.m. and 630
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Min-
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodeah
at Congregational Church. 115. N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach-
Phone 732-2555 Rabbi Avrom L Drazin Sabbath services, Friday
8:15 p.m. Saturday 9a.m.
, k, Temple Beth Sholom
-J13 n. a Street, Lake Worth 33460 Phone 585-5020 Rabbi
tmanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays and
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
_, M Temple Beth David
westmiiuter Presbyterian Church, 10410 N. Military Trail. Palm
Ph. odens ,,ice al 321 Northlake Blvd.. North Palm Beach-
,k2C.k 134 Rbbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas Fenakel-
aaobath services, Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday 10 a.m.
??4m, Temple Beth Sholom
sthhl.H ue G'' Belle Q,*d 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman-
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
at Fa.th ,, r, T,mP,B'nalJacob
Snnnnl ted Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Drive, Palm
Sahh2.K Phone: 95-l064 President Martin Kroshinsky-
ThuTaday wYS m" **'* 8 Pm" **""*** at 9am Mond8y9
1401 N*,, BnalTorahCongregation
Naih.n'7'. tenue' Boc* *'<>" 33432 "Phone: 932-8566 Rabbi
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:30 am.
^laalatBom |",;ef;Can,0f *"l""n Adler Sabbath services,
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_ (Hill) Grushow, a new
|f West Palm Beach has
Levitt-Weinstein
Chapels, West Palm
the capacity of
tator. Mr. Grushow's
[background and years
[ earned him highest
fjeffer Funeral Homes,
, City where he served
Kxecutive for over 24
I Chancellor in the order
hi Pythias, a life member
(ton Lodge No. 821, a
nber of Norman Lodge
an active member of
|52nd and 37th Pythian
The Jerry Weissman
he Max Spero Founda-
oth the Laurelton Lodge
|rniiin Lodge Welfare
Ions.
e. Edith, is a Past Chief
lurelton Pythian Sisters,
L>r of the Mid-Island
ISisters, a Past District
of District No. 1 of
I Nassau, a Past Presi-
i he Past Chiefs
on.
of five daughters, Mr.
t's eldest daughter is the
Rabbi Lewis Littman of
Svnagogue of Nassau,
Centre, New York. Mr.
will also assist in the
responsibilities of
[Vmsu-in two other
located in Hollywood
kh Miami.
Adult Eduction Program
William (Bill) Grushow
Jack Steven Sanders, a new
resident of West Palm Beach, has
joined Levitt-Weinstein
Memorial Chapels, of West Palm
Beach in the capacity of Jewish
Funeral Director. Mr. Sander's
extensive background and years
of service earned him highest
praise at I-evitt-Weinstein
Memorial Chapels, Hollywood,
l'"la.
Mr. Sanders graduated with
highest honors from Miami-Dade
Community College. After
graduation he served his intern-
ship with different firms
Jack Steven Sanders
throughout the Miami area.
He is a member of the North
Dade B'nai Brith Lodge No. 195,
where he held the post of Outer-
Guard until transferring to the
West Palm Beach area.
Mr. Sanders will be offering
himself, his time and his
knowledge to organizations in
this area in a variety of ways.
Mr. Sanders will also assist in
the operating responsibilities of
Levitt-Weinstein's two other
chapels, located in Hollywood
and North Miami.
Israel Bond Golf Tournament
3rd Annual Israel Bond
irnament will be held on
March 2nd at the
Trail Country Club. Israel
proceeds are used in the
[Suites to buy goods and
ent which are sent to
) expand its economy.
ly Jatlow is chairman of
Irnament which covers all
Beach County. Members
I committee and the area
epresent are: Darwin
| Tournament and Awards
Ban, Women's Co-
en are Chloe B rusk in and
Elliott, from Boca Teeca
Kifkin, Irving Gennet,
Viener, Martin
i-i n. Lands of the
Ent, George Golden,
[irkland Urges.
ipanese Labor
Shun Arafat
BHINGTON AFL-CIO
ent Lane Kirkland told
se labor leaders in Tokyo,
| he visited this past week,
impending visit to Japan
O leader Yasir Arafat at
Mini ion of some Japanese
nentarians was one they
shun. He expressed his
al revulsion against the
lland's reiteration of his
[antiPLO sentiments
enls frequently expressed
th domestic and foreign
tes was made know to
and SOHYO labor
fs. counterparts of the
HO.
dand expressed dismay
I Arafat was scheduled to
Iwith the Japanese Premier
tressed to his labor hosts
the expected visit could be
p"ted as violating the spirit
Camp David accords as
Ps giving respectability to
ism.
gland's intercession against
'" and its leader Arafat
revealed to Donald S.
fan, President of Jewish
Committee. Sleiman is an
u the AFL-CIO
Iflfcrt,
Arnold Black, Bernard Plissken;
The Fountains, Joe Snyderman;
Palm Beach Joseph P. Man-
delbaum; Banyan Country Club,
Lou Penson, Irving Korn;
Breakers West Country Club,
Isadore Suchman; Atlantis
Country Club, S. Bernard Weill;
Indian Trails Country Club, Mel
Hershenson; Boca Lago. Arnold
Rosenthal; W. Palm Beach
Country Club, Harry Johnson;
Poinciana Place, Philip Farb-
man; Century Village, Max B.
Shapiro; Cresthaven, Norman
Marcus; Delray, Joe Schenk;
Covered Bridge, Sid Elin; The
Hamlet, Alvin O. Schriebman.
B'nai B'rith Lodge to
Honor Herman Arends
The Lt. Col. Netanyahu B'nai
Brith Lodge will pay tribute to
Mr. Herman Arends, well loved
and dedicated member, at a
Israel Bond Brunch on March 1st
at the Breakers, stated Mr. Lou
Ixjckett, Chairman.
Mr. Arends will receive the
City of Peace Award for his
devoted service to the people of
Israel/ Mr. Arends has been a
member of B'nai Brith for 38
years and has received many high
honors. Uast year ne received the
Benny award for recruiting 145
members.
Mr. Arends served in the U.S.
Army during World II his story
could certainly be made into a
movie. He is the only American
Soldier to have found and saved
his mother from a Concentration
Camp. Throughout his lifetime,
Herman Arends has kept the
highest ideals of Judaism and
richly deserves to be honored by
the Government of Israel.
GRATCH-MANDEL
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Our new insignia symbolically expresses
the kinship between PISER of Chicago and
MENORAH CHAPELS in Florida. You will
find the same trustworthy service and
respect for Jewish traditions here that
generations of Chicagoans have come to
rely upon. In Chicago or Florida, you can
call on us at any time with complete
confidence.
Executive Office*:
6800 W. Oakland Park Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale
(Sunri*), Fla. 33313
305/742-6000
5915 Park Drive at U.S. 441
Margate, Fla 33063
305/427-4700
2305 W. Hillsboro Blvd.
Deerfield Beach, Fla. 33441
305/427-4700
Dade County
305/861-7301
Palm Beach County
305/833-0887
Under the chairmanship of
Naomi Rothstein and Rabbi
William Marder and a committee
composed of Merry Kaplan, Sue
Kine, Ruth and Milton Kurland,
Marilyn Silfen, Phyllis Stein and
Lorraine and Elliott Waldman,
an exciting Temple Beth David
Adult Education Program has
emerged. The discussion group
series offered on Sunday
evenings will include Midrach-U-
Ma'aseh: Learning and Doing,
Play Reading, and Israel: Then
and Now.
Midrash-U-Ma'aseh will focus
on the Sabbath concept in
Judaism and how it is revelant
for the world in which we live.
The workshops will be devoted to
the practical observance of
Jewish traditions which surround
the Sabbath: Friday evening,
Havdalah, and Challah baking to
be held respectively on February
15, 22, and March 1. Time for
discussion is set for 7:30 8:15
p.m. and workshop at 8:15 9:00
p.m. Book fee is $5.00.
Play Reading will revolve
around plays of Biblical and
Jewish themes, such as
Archibald Mac Leish's "J.B." (a
reinterpretation of the book of
Job) and Paddy Cayefsky's "The
Tenth Man. Active participation
as a reader or passive par-
ticipation as a listener are both
welcome. This series is scheduled
for March 8, April 12, and May 3
at 8 p.m. Book fee is $6.75.
Israel: Then and Now will
include the following programs:
Palestine under the Ottomax.
Empire, March 22; Palestine
under the British Mandate,
March 29; and The State of
Israel; its effect on World Jewry,
April 5 all at 8 p.m.
Additional courses being
offered are Beginning Hebrew
Reading, Conversational
Hebrew, and Jewish Literature.
For further information con-
cerning dates, time and meeting
places, please contact Naomi
Rothstein, chairperson.
There is a $5.00 registration fee
per person or $10.00 for non-
members to help defray expenses.
This is in addition to applicable
book fees. One registration fee
covers all courses.
Bettie Haas, a resident of
Palm Beach, and active com-
munity leader, will be honored
by Israel Bonds at a luncheon
at The Breakers March 11.
Mrs. Haas has been a member
of the Angel Committee for
Hadassah since its inception.
The five Chapters of Hadaa-
ah in Palm Beach County will
oe joining together to pay her
tribute.
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