Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County


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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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8 v. : ill. ;
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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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach


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.
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"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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of Palm Beach County
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
j 7 Number 9
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, May 1,1981
F rd Shochtl
Price 35 Cents
immunity Invited To Home For Aged Ground Breaking
"An historical event and milestone" for the Palm Beach
County community will take place Sunday, May 10, 11 a.m.
when the Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beach County, an
agency of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, holds a
ground breaking ceremoney. The event v iU take place on Haver-
hill Road one quarter mile south of 45 Si.eet. and will mark the
! mginning of construction for the 120 bed resident nursing home
George Golden, Chairman of the Ground Breaking ceremony
stated, "This is an important event for our community and
particulary the Jewish community. This is an opportunity for
our community to build a facility to meet the urgent needs of the
present and to fulfill our obligations to the future."
"The miraculous advances of modern medicine and tech-
nology have lengthened our life spans," said Erwin Blonder,
President of the Jewish Home for the Aged. "More and more of
our community happily go beyond the three score and ten mark.
In keeping with the highest form of Jewish tradition for the care
and well-being of our elders, we must see that those added years
They Need
become dignified years of purpose and contentment. This home
will meet that challenge and I am hopeful that the entire
community will join us for this historic occasion."
The community is invited to attend the ground breaking cere-
mony. For further information contact the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County office, 832-2120.
Home For The Aged Elects Officers Holocaust Tanes To Be
Jewish Home for the Aged ^ outreach programs for the elderly llUlUVOUOl A O-fJ^O M. \J A-JV/
j Jewish Home for the Aged
am Beach County, Inc., an-
ced the selection of its of-
for the Board of Trustees
1981-82. Erwin Blonder, a
tinent Palm Beach businesa-
as elected President.
sing home planning and
opment are not new to
Blonder. A native of
rid, Ohio. Mr. Blonder
as President of the
Lrah Park Jewish Homefor
^ged and as a board member
Cleveland Jewish Fed-
bn, Mt. Sinai Hospital, and
Jewish Convalescent Hospi-
|le also served as campaign
airman for the Cleveland
Mi Federation in 1972-73.
I'hai I envision," stated
[ler, "is a home that not only
des excellent physical and
^a\ care for its residents, but
rives them the opportunity
Brticipate in activities and
ne useful members of
^y. This home will be the
one of its kind between
mville and Miami which
^esently the only two cities
State to have this type of
Erwin Blonder
Jewish facility for the elderly.
The Jewish Home for the Aged of
Palm Beach County, Inc., is a top
priority in this community due to
the increasing Jewish population
which presently exceeds
55,000, the major portion
being over the age of 65. Upon
completion of the home we see
this facility as the nucleus for
outreach programs for the elderly
population, such as kosher meals
on wheels and day care."
Serving with Mr. Blonder on
the executive commitee are Heinz
Eppler, Sylvia Bermanand
Arthur Gladstone, Vice Pres-
idents; Herbert Girard; Treas-
urer; Stanley Brenner, Assistant
Treasurer; Marilyn Lampert,
Secretary, and Dr. Richard
Shugarman, Assistant Secretary.
Formation for the board of
trustees is still in progress.
The Jewish Home for the Aged
of Palm Beach County, Inc. is an
agency of the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County. This res-
ident home and skilled nursing
care facility when constructed
will house 120 beds on three
floors and will include areas of
physical and occupational
therapy, full medical and dental
services, kosher dining facility,
and a chapel-auditorium for
religious and community pro-
For further information on this
Home contact the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County.
Presented To Palm Beach
Junior College
Palm Beach County is one of
the first communities in the
country to have participated in
the videotaping of the
testimonies of local Holocaust
survivors. Many hours of
testimony were recorded, with a
final version for television edited
to a__half-hour program, en-
titled"The Survivors Among
Us". The program will be again
broadcast on WPVT-Channel 5.
The project was made possible
through the efforts of Phyllis
Girard and Bill Brooks, Co
Chairmen of the Holocaust Com-
memoration Committee.
In a special event climaxing
this year'8 Holocaust memorial
observance, the unedited version
of the tapes will be formally pre-
sented to Dr. Ed Eissey, Pres-
ident of Palm Beach Junior
The tapes, to be housed at the
college, shall serve as an educa-
tional resource on the Holocaust
for the entire community.
Loca? Holocaust survivors who
were filmed relating their ex-
periences will be honored at that
time. The event will be held in the
Palm Beach Junior College Aud-
itorium and Thursday evening,
7:30 p.m. May 7. The public is
encouraged to attend.
Reagan Administration Fork in the Road
London Chronicle Syndicate
Using all their bureaucratic
skill, career specialists at
the State Department's
Near Eastern and South
Asian Affairs Bureau, led
by Assistant Secretary
Nicholas Veliotes, are
battling against the drive
by some senior Reagan Ad-
ministration political
appointees to expand the
U.S. military presence in
the Middle East and
Persian Gulf.
tk. hecaree"st8 also are resiting
Mt efforts to highlight Israel's
li?.5*' '""Portance to the
United States as part of any
*><>nal move to stem Soviet
| Penetration..
Sensitive to Arab political
concerns, they fear that such
developments could prove
counterproductive to overall U.S.
interests in the region.
RATHER THAN stress the
broader strategic situation in the
Middle East, the careerists want
to revert to their traditional ob-
jective of resolving the Arab-Is-
raeli conflict as the major U.S.
necessity in bringing stability to
the region.
Opposing these traditional
views are several new Ad-
ministration foreign policy
specialists, led by Paul
Wolfowitz, director of the State
Department's policy planning
staff. They argue that the Arab-
Israeli conflict, rather than being
the major source of instability in
the region, is more likely the
result of instability in the region.
This is a practically heretical
view to the government's career
Middle East specialists, and they
are resisting it with increasing
fervor. The battle for a new
direction in the U.S. attitude
toward the Middle East is by no
means over.
Indeed, so far, Secretary of
State Alexander Haig and the
Reagan Administration appear to
be adopting a middle course be-
tween the traditionalists and the
newer crowd.
WOLFOWITZ and his sup-
porters, including Assistant Sec-
retaries of Defense for Inter-
national Security Affairs,
Richard Perle (a former aide to
Democratic Sen. Henry Jackson
of Washington) and Bing West
are associated here in Washing-
ton with a more "pro-Israel"
orientation than the tra-
ditionalists. Wolfowitz, a former
Pentagon official during the
Carter Administration, is also
said to have the support, to a
large degree, of National Security
Council Adviser Richard Allen,
and two other key NSC staffers,
Professors Goeffrey Kemp,
formerly of the Fletcher School ot
President Reagan
Law and Diplomacy at Tufts
University, and Richard Pipes,
formerly of Harvard.
This school of thought will also
be boosted when former Under
Secretary of State in the Johnson
Continued on Page 6-

Century Village
Again Sets
Federation-UJA High
For the fourth consecutive year
ih' Century Village Division
acfciexed new record results in it
annual effort on behalf of the
Federation-United Jewish
Vppaal campaign. Led by co-
i+ijirmen Abe Bisgaier and Rev
Martin Adolf, a vast team of
[Junnt-rs. action chairmen and
wwwl hundred campaign work-
era produced a substantial in-
c-vase in both number of own-
butors and dollars raised At a
final report breakfast meeting at
Ramada Inn. Mr Bisgaier and
Re\ Adolf expressed apprena
lion for the outstanding coopera-
tion and personal dedication that
made the new record possible
They also cued the special ap
P**ls by Congregation Am
Chaim and the Yiddish Culture
Chib as significantly contribut-
ing to the campaign s success.
Pkiared at the report meeting were seated left to right
kelmaa. Hear? Boodmaa Nat Weinstock. standing left to right
Laws U*tnetn Abe Bcsgaier. Ada Coramhas. Blossom Cohea R^
Martin Adolf aad Look Periman.
Women's Division Federation Cop Committee shown above at the 1st
.Annual Tennis Tournament on April 3. From left to right: Reaee
Kessler: Barbara Chan*. Co-Chairman: Sae Ochstein. Chairman:
Ariene Gross. Co-Chairman: Candy Fischer: Marry Marco*. Other
committee members not shown Juhe Cummiags. Rot Lachmar
C>nnie List. Judy Prince.
First Annual
Ariene Gross and So* Ochstein center' shown holding the P
Trophy for the Annual Federation Cap Woanra'i
Toarmameat Receriing trophies as winners of the 1
Dorothy Kohl < left and Sherri Brooks I right I.
kft to righti .Ada Cilimhn. Ganrade
W attach aad Wafaaaa Epateia: msaitmg left to right'
Sy-haScaccaff Gladys Bisgaier and Regma
Trophy aad Medal waaaers of the Fedenti. r_ -j
C^lTTJE *T^ ** "*" P--Lyataa R^ Presser
a* Irraaf Marks. Loans A Brown Nathan Berba aad Devai Samoa
Other leaders aot
SmI Goaeaes. Saartr*
Oaer. Davwf Weam aad Max ~

Savoy Mr aad Mrs. Da**
Sam Darhm Maaa*
I 4
SUNDAY. MAY 3rd. 1981
&30A.M. to 11:30 A.M..
5:30 to 7:30 P.xM.
aa Hasoraal Road. gR^

They Need
.liUiIUullliUfflaapnnnr: :o
Ignoring Israel's 33 Birthday
Israel Task Force
Sponsors Interfaith
(The I.m lei Task Force of the
imunily Kelationa Council of
Federation of Palm
L.i,li County is sponsoring an
terfaith Breakfast honoring
hel's 'id birthday. It will be
lid on Friday morning, May 8,
;;n B.m .ii the Hamada Inn in
it'si Palm Beach.
[l-alhii Michael J. Devaney,
Irving us Honorary Chairman,
Is encouraged the attendance of
blisters of all faiths and their
Utreirants. He stated con-
ig the event, "As peace
vinn people, we all have a deep
bntcrn and interest in
Jr.iel. If we are to be under-
Hiding and promote good will
lour community, it has to begin
Hi us." lather Devaney has for
Lin years been devoted to com-
Unity service. He was the first
piholii priest in 20 years to be
feted president of the Min-
erial Fellowship of the Palm
jMilton (iold, chairman of the
Irail Task Force, and Evelyn
luin chairperson of the event,
Inounced that Father John
jungrum, St. David's-in-the-
|n,"s Church in Wellington, will
the guest speaker. Father
pngrum recently returned from
indepth clergy mission to
|racl The subject of his address
The Board of Trustees of
Vie Jewish Home for the Aged
of Palm Beach County
an agency of the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Invites You to
A Ground Breaking Ceremony
"An Historical Event and Milestone
for Our Commufiity"
Sunday, Mav 10, 1981
11:00 am
Haverhill Road ( '/4 mile south of 45th Street
on East side) West Balm Beach
i':h SIKI 1 I
IIIF A(.> I)
Father Devaney
| will be A January Zionist".
I In addition, Cantor David
Durdashti of Temple Emanu-El
in Palm Beach, will provide
The public is invited to join in
this celebration honoring Israel.
For ticket information con-
cerning the breakfast, contact the
Federation office (823-2120).

Celebrate Israel's Birthday At
Jewish Community Center
The adventure of self-discovery: a UJA Mission to Israel.
P*!* jftfiS I!*** M9
Lffe en s Association and
kw sh r S Or8anization of the
C L mmunity Centr nvite
r (ornmun.ty to celebrate the
LnH "sarv of ,se's In-
ESST Sundav My 3, from
Vtivi.-0''m-at the Center. The
v.cs planned are a parade of
Cchil!?ren' ,sraeli dancing by
rh,ld*nand adults, two films
one on Jerusalem and the other
about a Kibbutz in Israel, songs
by and with a singer. The people
will also be able to dine. Tel Aviv
style. Felaffel as well as hot dogs
and drinks are planned. The
entire community is invited to
join and enjoy the afternoon.
Please call the Center 689-7700 to
let us know you plan to attend.
hod i be vM-llsptinc ol ludjiMti
I In- heart ol our heritage V* go 10
visit, and lind we vt come hem
On a U|A Mission von will be
Otned bv oi her loncctncd lews
from all ivei America and. in the
spun ami duDenae ol brad, you wil
be touched bv UK pndc and the
promise that bind all lews, one to
lou will walk the land and come
to know the people
V>u will visit absorption CCMCa
kibbut/im universities. factories, private
You will talk with |ewtsh Agency and
government olficuls. farmers and students,
heron and housewives., elderly lews and
young pioneers.
You will touch then lives...and ennch
your own
On a U|A Mission, you will see the
progress of Proiect Renewal, the unique
partnership program reaching ou: to bring
100.000 lews into the mainstream ol
Israeli lilt-
tou will see how U|A tunds arc used
bv the lewish Agcncv and the IDC and find
confirmation ol voui vital role as a partner
in one of history's greatest human endeavors
On a U|A Mission, you will encounter
a unique people creating history.
And in that encounter, vou will discover
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County's Annual Community Mission
October 11-21
Cost: $900 per person double occupancy, New York, New York
Includes five-star hotels, two meals per day and daily touring
Eligibility requirements: Minimum commitment to the 1982 Jewish
Federation-U JA Campaign
Men's Gift $1,500, Spouse's Gift $500, Singles iGift $1500
Spend Simchat Torah in Israel
For Further information contact The Jewish Federation office 832-2120

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UJA 1982 Campaign Conference
Friday, May 1. 1981
Volume 7
Number 9
No Permanent Peace
By the time these words are in print, the big
artillery pieces may be firing again across the border
between Lebanon and Israel. Katyusha rockets may
be crashing anew into settlements in the Galilee.
But as of early this week, with word announced
in Tel Aviv of the meeting between Prime Minister
Menachem Begin and William Callaghan. the
commander of the UNIFIL forces in Lebanon
stationed there to keep the peace between the Chris
Lian and Moslem forces, it appeared that Israel was
determined to cool what is an increasingly hot
Most immediately, the struggle is not between
Israel and Lebanon it never was. not until Vasir
Arafat made Lebanon the staging area for his PLO
terrorist attacks on Israel. The struggle is between
Israel and Syria. It involves Syria's growing
determination to engulf that entire Arab nation and
propose yet a third Arab front on Israel's northern
If the quiet of stilled cannon and rocketfire
prevails, perhaps some sense can begin to be made of
what is occurring in Lebanon.
Frankly, we doubt it. At least for the foreseeable
future, the Lebanese agony plays second fiddle to
two Arab allies: Syria's Assad and the PLO's Arafat
Vnd their purpose is more likely sculpted in Most
than either in Beirut or in Damascus.
Coalition Formed
To Protest
Sale of AWACS
The Israel Task Force of the
Community Relations Council.
lew ish Federation of Palm Beach
County. Called a meeting April
H of Jewish organizations and
the public in general to discuss.
It the seriousness of the
Reagan Administration's desire
U> net! Saudi Arabia AWACS and
other M.phi-tuated arms.
2) the detriment such an action
would bt to the State of Israel,
3) the sale in terms of placing
the national security of the
Cniled States in jeopardy
\- a result, the representatives
of Lake Worth B'nai B'rith.
MSton Goodman, and Palm
Beach Men's ORT. Sidney Ber
ger. contacted John I. Moss.
Board member of the Jewish
Federation and a member of the
Community Relations Council, to
Lake Worth. The following
people responded : Mrs. Fannie
Schwartz. President of Hadassah
Chai Chapter Sir- Nettie Stein
and Mrs Sylvia Berger. Presi-
dent of the l.ake Worth Wom-
an s OUT Chapter George Co-
lumbus. Joe Klein and Irving
Mandell. Lucerne Lakes Bjiai
B'rith; Dan Giber. President, and
Sidney Berger. Milton Goodman.
Max Erlich, Jacob Lubiner. of
B'ani B'rith, and Hans Somes
red Bridge! of the Lake
Worth l.odge of B'nai B'rith
Other leaders have been con-
tacted in the local area, and any
other organizations in the area to
wish to join in a leadership
council that is in formation.
please contact Mr Moss at 964-
3939. This leadership council will
work within the Community Re-
lations Council of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
Rabbi Alan R Sherman. Di
rector of the Community Rela
tions Council, was present at the
Thursday afternoon rally held
April 21 at the Challenger Club of
Poinciana Place in Lake Worth,
where all 300 people came to par-
ticipate in sending letters, cards,
and signing petitions going to
senators, congressmen and the
President, urging the Congress
and the Administration not to
sell Saudi Arabia AWACS or anv
other sophisticated equipment
that would start a Mideast arm-
race, or place a burden on Israel
All Jewish organization-
throughout our area should act
and let the President and Con-
gresss know how dangerous the
proposed transfer of our top so-
phist nated weaponry would be to
the L'niled States and Israel
NEW YORK The formal
npenta- i the United Jewish
\ppeal 1982 Campaign, a
banquet honoring Jewish Ag>
Chairman Max Fisher of Detroit
and .i special appearance b)
former Soviet prisoner ol con-
science losil Mendelevich wul
highlight the UJA National
dership Meeting May 14-H at
the Sheraton Washington Hotel,
Washington, D C
Ezer Weizman, former Israeli
Defense Minister now a member
0f the Knesset, will be the
featured speaker at the reception
and banquet to honor Fisher at 7
p m. Saturday, Maj 16, in an-
nouncing the event, I J \ Nation-
al Chairman Herschel Blumbern
called Fisher, himself a former
\ National Chairman, one of
the trulj great leaders of the
\ ... ish community He
has stood cenl in Amen
can Jewish history for several
des and has been the m
buildei ol tin deep and meaning
tul relationship that exists today
Vmerican Jewrj and the
who landed I
lumultuo lei on
irs in

1 w -1 h
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
lion Committee, will discuss
JDC's worldwide programs.
Other conference highlight
include presentation of the UJA
Vl.l.i Kosenwald Levy Award
lor leadership in communal life to
Mathilde Brailove of Elizabeth.
\. h Jersey, former Women's
Division National Chairman.
The winner of the Levy Award
was announced by Bernice Wald-
man, UJA National Women's
Division Chairman, who said,
Mathilde Brailove la person of
great stature and personal
magnetism i leader who has in-
fluenced many women to become
more deeply involved in the vital
work of I'.I V She also has con-
tributed to the strengthening and
success "f the Women's Division
.inHind the country."
The 1982 I nited Jewish
Vppeal Campaign will open
formally after 400 m^
regional and community kj?
from throughout the I
States review issues, needs"!!
campaign programs for 7
coming year in four days of k
workshop sessions.
The Conference will op*
Thursday. May 1| with a \VfZ
Mouse briefing by repress,.
lives of the Reagan Admimst*,
tion s staff, followed bv t,
reception in the executive!
mansion with members of
Mr. and Mrs I| Irwin Lew
Mr. and Mrs. Man I.. ShuliW]
Norman Sdiimelman, Exceed
Director and Henry Baa*]
Campaign Director will hercprf .
senting the Jewish Federatiooofi
I'alm Beach County at the UJAfl
Offer Good thru Memorial Day
Week-End (Mon., May 25th)
The g 4140 N.W. 90th Ave Coral Springs, Fla. 33065
Broward 752-2400 Dade 949-3810
That's No Reason Not
To Make Your Pledge
You Know
Our Number
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
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,, May 1. 1981
lortaian of Palm neacr
fadassah Conference May 3-4-5.
jriorida Central Region of
CS. will hold the TWrd
P Conference at the Palm
ach Ocean Hotel, 2830 S.
an Blvd. on May 3, 4 and 5.
l.h Popkin (Mrs. Morns).
Rnal HVice President of
Idmsah will act as Conference
Ivisor Mrs. Popkin has been
live in Hadassah for over 30
,rs Formerly, she was
ftional Major Gifts Co-
Kinator, National Chairman of
AO Fund raising and served as
airman of the National Youth
iivities Department. Mrs.
Inkin is a member of the Board
T Trustees of the American
List Youth Foundation, the
Cjonal Hoard of the American
List Federation, the Ad-
Ini-trative Board of the Jewish
Itional Fund and a Vice Presi-
ni of l he Ixmg Island Zionist
Ruth Popkin
She has led several groups of
Hadassah leaders on special mis-
sions to Israel. In 1966, 1972 and
1978 she was a Hadassah dele-
gate to the World Zionist
Congress held in Jerusalem. She
was the co-chairman of the 1977
National Convention and the
1973 National Convention which
was held in Israel. Mrs. Popkin is
a dedicated, dynamic Hadassah
leader and presents the cause of
Zionism in an enthusiastic,
energetic and convincing manner.
Mrs. Popkin and the late Mr.
Popkin are three time founders of
the Hadassah Hebrew University
Medical Center at Kiryat
Hadassah at Mt. Scopus and at
the Institute of Oncology. They
are also members of the Golden
Wreath Society of Major Donors.
V i
.. .Theme of Conference
The theme of the Third Annual
Conference of the Florida Central
Region of Hadassah to be held at
the Palm Beach Ocean Hotel on
May 3, 4 and 5 is "Hadassah
Components" The Keys to
Success. Dorothy Mofson Kaye,
Regional Conference Chairman,
urges all who can attend on a
daily basis to do so and gain
unique and positive learning ex-
perience. Exciting and inform-
ative seminars and workshops
are open to all members and their
husbands. These are free of ad-
mission charge.
Payments for luncheon and
banquet reservations should be
sent to Conference Treasurer,
Jeanette Greenberg, 126 Sparrow
participating in the Third Annual Conference of the Florida Central Drive, Apt. 18 B, Royal Palm
legion of Hadassah are (left to right) Fanny Schwartz, President of Beach, Fla. 33411.
thai Group; Helen Smith, Paat President of Lake Worth Chapter; Kor' additional details or infor-
Dd Dorothy Mofson Kaye. Regional Conference Chairman. malion conUct yQUr ,ocal
Conference Chairman Sylvia
Ram Greenbrier A-206, Century
Village, West Palm Beach, Fla.
Far Rockaway Shul
Loses 9 Torahs
(JTA) All nine Torahs of the
Young Israel of Far Rockaway,
estimated to be worth $90,000,
were stolen sometime between
Sunday night and Monday morn-
ing, Rabbi Isaac Goodman
reported. He said police have
been conducting a thoroughgoing
investigation of the "un-
precedented" thefts.
Goodman said he had pro-
claimed a fast day on Thursday
for the congregation and invited
non-congregants, shocked by the
hefts, to join in the fast day.
The spokesperson said that
several small windows had been
broken by the thief to gain en-
trance to the sanctuary. In his
call for fasting, Rabbi Goodman
noted that thefts of-Torah scrolls
"have been on an alarming in-
The Annual Meeting and Election of Officers
of the
Jewish Community Day School of
Palm Beach County, Inc.
will be held on Monday, May 11. 1981 at 8 P.M.
in the
Hornstein Lounge-Temple Beth El
2815 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Fl.
Members of the Community who have contributed a
minimum of $25.00 to the JCDS during 1980-81 are
considered members of the Corporation entitled to
vote at the Annual Meeting.
The slate, as presented by the nominating committee,
is available for inspection at the offices of the-J.C.D.S.
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ZOA President Concerned Over Sale of AWACS
ZOA President IvanJ. \ovick
concerned that sale of A WACS to
Saudi Arabia undermines IsraeTs
security. Asks how America's
interests are served if "strategic
ally" Israel is made vulnerable.
Warns that Middle East peace
uill suffer serious negative
consequences if U.S. furnishes
Saudis with huge new arsenals of
destruction. without basic
change in Saudr policy against
Israel and peace.
NEW YORK Reports in
the New York Times April 3 and
i that the Reagan Administra
lioa is moving ahead with plans
lo furnish Saudi Arabia with five
iliftronic --urvetllance planes
I AWACS) is a development that
i an have the most serious
\> consequences for peace
in thi- Middle East." said Ivan J
Novick, President of the Zionist
Organization of America, in a
-lau ment released today
Novick expressed gratification
i hat the Administration has
recently termed Israel as a
strategic ally." While he
MUM this as a very im-
lirtuni positive position. Novick
voiced deep concern if Saudi
\rat>ia receives equipment which
- highly dangerous to Israel's
security and aafatj Novick. in
ijue^tioning the I cy of
Vmerican policy asked. "If Israel
mad< vulnerable by
strengthening the military
>ilitv of it~ enemies, how can
this be in America's best in-
ick emphasized that no a-
mount of armaments provided to
Saudi Arabia can serve as a
deterrent to Soviet agrvssion in
the Middle East, but the stock-
piling of huge arsenals of de-
struction by Saudi Arabia and
other Arab nations does a
ate a direct threat to Israel and
\merican Middle East in-
Said Novick. "considering the
ibility of the Arab nations, as
\i mplified by the tragic ex-
perieacc in Iran. America's most
secret weapons cannot be given
to the Saudis who do not share
ompatible interests with the
United States and whose friend-
ship cannot be relied upon."
The ZOA president explained
servatioaa regarding the
sale as follows: The plan to
furnish Saudi Arabia aerial
tanker- with additional equip-
ment that would turn them into
-ange attack planes is not
the way to achieve peace. The
(iroblem is seriously compounded
;. the potential sale of AWACS
vthk'h have the capability of ex-
_ and undermining Israel's
abibt) to mobilize its forces with-
out detection. Thus. Saudi
Arabia, a hostile nation, is able to
penetrate Israels security
structure, placing Americas
most depenabk? ally. Israel, in a
precarious position.
"While ANN ACS in the hands
of Israel's enemies is the im-
mediate concern, there is a more
fundamental question which
must be addressed, said Novick.
Is Saudi Arabia ready to rec-
ognize and accept Israel: will it
support the Camp David peace
process: discontinue its financing ,
and support of the terrorist PLO: njury of Defense Vv "nbe'ger to
disavowits recent call for a Holy !* the demands being made
dispensable if the tnitedSUtes
I ^maintain its own position of
strength in the Middle-East.The
l.trr. of InenAd.hS
demanded by Saudi Arabia
not require Amencai
of weapons that
Israel, but rather
Saudis desire to make peace >n
.'.I its neighbors is
minimum requirement that
should be expected.
I urge President Reagan. Sec-
of Statt Haig. and Sec-
vital issues of
American people.
concern to the
America, with a memhk-
States, has for 83
yan *onj
for harmonious understand^
War against the Jewish People:
accept that Jerusalem belongs to
Said N ov ick: U nless there are
bask changes in Saudi Arabia s
polkv towards Israel, is not the
United States placing the Jewish
State in jeopardy by acquiescing
to Saudi pressures0"
Novick concluded by stressing
that "a strong Israel is in-
bj -saudi \rabia and to reject the
sale of AWACSJ
would anticipate that the
Congress of the United States, if
and when raced with the decision
prove this anticipated sale.
will ;>pose the Ad-
min:- endatbn.
in lb -he United
I ea
The Zi -;anization of
Summer is fun time Children enjoying the Jewish Commnait,
Center's day camp program at Camp Shalom.
t hildren enjoying the game of soccer last year at the Jewish Co*
munilv Center's day camp program at Camp Shalom.
To ithor Ruth Turk will vii
shortly, combining business with pl-a irable arorfcing lri| irch her next novel "77
in." The themi in individual to claim
his or her identity and in this cast-, the Jewish .- \ecord
Rulh this Ixwjk prom- rewarding of all
Shalom Kuih
Dee. u araa gnat to see- you on the courts for the Women's
Division Tennis Day. Sue Ochstein irganixed a beautiful and
i setting day and we thank her All enjoyed marvelo..
and delicious food and most important it was for a great cause
P > Dee. congratulations to you and Ron on the opening of
ihe Twin City Drugs Maybe next year era aril]
get a trophy
Th. Uritish are coming, the British are coming! Ali and Paul
Summers had a whirlwind two weeks entertaining dear friends
from Indon Shirley and Jem Joseph and Fran and Michael
Engelman were wined and dined by the Summers. Barbara and
Sberwm Isaacson, and Barbara and Nate Tanen. The Summers
Isaacsons, and Josephs then flew to Nassau to celebrate a
double birthday Happy birthday to Jerry and Sherw.n All and
I aul are planning a visit to England soon. It is hard to stav
aw a > from good friends
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pnotograpny and jymnast** ant ,-js- some
j me many fasonattng activities evatatMe'
Ages S to 16 Fee* include a" fare
Ma/o Tov to Hude and Sid Wiahna of Lake Worth Thev just
lurried from New 1 ork where daughter Debbie was married to
Alan Jiverberg. The wedding was held at the Shelter Rock J
ish tenter in Roslyn. Long Island Hilde is still receiving a
citing calls
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m I \7 L ? mT** a b^UUful bride and w,th ^ D*h.e
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
2415 Okeechobee Blvd. 689-7700
Health Fair '81
The JCC Health Fair 81 took
Iplace on Sunday, April 12. One
hundred twenty-five medical and
I non medical volunteers worked
as a team to screen over 240 per-
sons for various common health
problems. The many exhibits and
booths provided by community'
organizations and agencies
helped to further educate partici-
pants preventative health care as
well as lectures, film strips and
demonstrations which took place
throughout the afternoon.
Unfortunately, people who
I came later in the afternoon could
not be screened due to the limita-
tion of time.
Jean Rubin, Director of CSSC
was in charge of the Health Fair
land Frances Witt, JCC Ad-
ministrator and Bonnie Silver-
stein. Program Coordinator
worked with her.
The JCC thanks all the volun-
teers, both professional and non-
professional and all the parti-
cipants for their dedication, sup-
port and interest in aiding us to
make Health Fair '81 an event to
be remembered.
Independence Week
The Jewish Community Center
has put together a calendar of
events that the organizations in
the County are conducting in
celebration of Israel's 33rd Anni-
versary ot Independence, flease
call the Center, 689-7700 if you
wish to receive a copy. We urge
everyone to participate in some
event during the week of May 2
to May 10, and wish Israel
Happy Birthday.
Celebrate Israe's Birthday
The Women's Association and
the Parents Organization of the
Jewish Community Center invite
the community to celebrate the
33rd Anniversary of Israel's In-
dependence Sunday, May 3 from
3 to 5:30 p.m. at the Center. The
festivities planned are a parade of
the children, Israeli dancing by
the children and adults, two films
one on Jerusalem and the other -
about a Kibbuts in Israel, songs
by and with a singer. The people
will also be able to dine, Tel Aviv
style. Felaffel as well as hot dogs
and drinks are planned. The en-
tire community is invited to join
and enjoy the afternoon. Please
call the Center 689-7700 to let us
know you plan to attend.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, May !,,,
Organizations In The News
B'nai B'rith Women, Menorah
Chapter, meets May 12 at noon
at First Federal of Delray.
Boutique hour 12-1. The well
known quartet, the Star Tones,
consisting of Ernest Goldberg,

Bob Hirsch, Joe Manecofsky and
Abe Schwimmer, will entertain.
Scheduled trips: May 5; Boat
ride to Tahiti Village in Key
Largo, Polynesian Luau, show,
fashion show. May 31 to June 5:
Spoleto Festival, 6 days, 5
nights, includes transportation,
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Jewish Community Center Holocaust Day
tion Beth Kodesh board 10 a.m.
1 p. m. Congrega-
May 2
Tomple Beth El Social Set Party
May 3
Temple Beth David Sisterhood Lox Box Hadassah Palm
Beach Region Conference Orlando Jewish War Veterans
No. 501 9:45 a.m. Jewish Community Center Israel
Independence Day I 2 6 p.m. Holocaust Service Rabbinical
Council -3pm.
May 4
Temple Beth El Sisterhood board 8 p.m. Women's American
ORT Palm Beach 1 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah board- 10a.m.
Jewish Family & Children's Service Executive Committee -
730 p.m. Women's American ORT Royal Palm Beach board
9:30 am. B'nai B'rith No. 3016 board 3 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30 a.m.
Temple Israel Sisterhood board 10 a.m.
May 5
Congregation Beth Kodesh Sisterhood 12:30 p.m. Temple
Israel Men's Club 6:30 p.m. American Jewish Congress -
1230 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m. Pioneer Women -
Ezrat Women's American ORT Westgate Women's League of
Israel 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club -
board 10 a.m. Temple Beth El
- board 8 p.m. JEWISH
May 6
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club board 7:30 p.m. Jewish
War Veteran's No. 408 1 p.m. Jewish Community Center -
board 8 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women Palm
Beach board 10 a.m. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood
Hadassah Lake Worth South Palm Beach board Pioneer
Women Golda Meir 1 p.m. Women's American ORT Palm
Beach County Region 9:30 a.m. Free Sons of Israel 7 p.m.
B'nai B'rith North Lodge board 8 p.m. JEWISH FEDERATION

May 7
Women's American ORT Evening 8 p.m. Hadassah West
Palm Beach board Haddash Palm Beach board 10 am
Hadassah Aliya board 9:45 a.m. Hadassah Bat Gurion -
Open Board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Ohav 1 p.m.
Women's American ORT Covered Bridge 12:30 p.m.
American Israeli Lighthouse board 1 p.m. JEWISH FEDERA-
RAMADA INN B'nai B'rith Century -
May 8
boaid 10 a. m
May 11
B'nai B'nth Century 7:30 p.m. Hadassah Henrietta Szold -
BREAKING CEREMONY 11 a.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club -
10a.m Temple Israel Cultural Commission -6p.m.
May 11
Community Center Task Force 8 p.m. Women's American ORT
Palm Beach board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Boynton
Beach 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT Royal Palm
Beach 730 p.m B'nai B'nth No. 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 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. Temple
Israel 7:30p.m
May 12
B'na. B'nthCentury 7 30 p.m. Hadassah Henrietta Szold -
board 1 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group 10 a.m. American
Mi/ruchi Women 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3041
May 13
\ Temple Beth David Sisterhood board 7:30 p.m. Temple
Israel Men's Club board 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith No 3046 8
May 14
Hadassah Yovel board 3 p.m. Hadassah Shalom board -
10 a.m. American Jewish Congress board 12:30 p.m. B'nai
B'rith Women Medina board 8 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom -
Board 9.30 a.m. Temple B'nai Jacob board 10 a.m.
American Israeli League 1 p.m. Free Sons of Israel board -

dinners, breakfasts, 1 night in
Jacksonville, 3 nights in Charles-
ton. 1 night in St. Augustine, 4
festival events. Contact Ruth
Rubin or Lillian Cohen.
The B'nai B'rith Women of
Boynton Beach are having their
regular meeting on Monday May
11 at Temple Beth Shalom of
Lake Worth at 12:30 p.m. A
special program has been arrang-
ed for your entertainment. In
honor of Mother's Day, a musical
portrait of 'Golda Meir" will be
presented by the Ruth Hyde
Group "f West Palm Beach,
friends and neighbors are invited. >
Don't miss this delightful after-
noon. Refreshments will be
served ______
Yovel Hadassah is participat-
ing in the Florida Central Region
Conference to be held at the Palm
Beach Ocean Hotel May 3. 4 and
5. For details call Sylvia Ram.
chairperson. There will be a gala
week end and festivities at the
Lido Spa Thursday, May 7
through Sunday. May 10. Call
lost her Colon or Dorothy Isaacs,
or Ann Weinrib. chairpersons.
Our Board meeting will be held
Thursday, May 14. Our general
membership meeting will be held
May 21. We will have installation
of officers for the coming year, as
Lee Goldberg, Pres.: Esther
Groman, Vice Pres., of Educ;
Kdna Gould. Vice Pres., of mem-
bership; Dorothy Segelin. Vice
Pres., of Fund Raising; Frieda
Drum. Fin.. Sivy ; Sylvia Ram.
Trees.; Hose Schooler. Recording
Secy.. Dorothy Kisenstein. Cor-
responding Secy.
There will he a collation for
which reservations will be
required. Please call Sylvia
Senckoff. Entertainment will be
provided by Mildred Birnbaum
and her "Musical Notes".
Father's Day Week-end will be
held at LheTarleton Motel. Miami
Beach. Friday. June \\)-12. Call
Bessie Hoffman or Bertha
Kaplan for further details. $105
includes gratuities
Yovel Hadassah presents A
luncheon and Card Party at Bird
Nest 100 located in the Drexel
Plaza Thursday. June 11 at 11:30
a.m. Donation $<>. For reserva-
tions, call Sylvia Appelliaum.
Meyers, or Miriam Lubow,
The Palm Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will hold Us installs
tion of the officers tor the year
1981-82 at theRamada Inn, Palm
Beach Lakes Blvd., West Palm
Beach, on Thursday. May 7. at 12
May 3, I, 6 Tikvah Hadassah
annual spring conference of Flor-
ida Central Region of Hadassah
at Palm Beach Ocean Hotel in
Palm Beach. Plenary sessions,
workshops, film theatres tree of
charge. Call Emma Shipper for
further details.
May is, regular meeting at
Anshei Sholem at 12:30 p.m. In-
stallation of officers by Terry
Rapaport. president of Florida
Central Region. Entertainment
by Fanny Ushkow and Her
Mtlodears and Sylvia Friedland
and her dance group.
June .'), card party and lunch-
eon at the Red Lobster. Call Min
Liehman or Lee Feinbaum.
Golda Meir Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will hold
Their installation meeting on
May 21 at Temple Beth Sholom
in Lake Worth at 12:30 p.m
ments for an evening of joy and
pride in the Jewish spirit to be
viewed in your local theatres.
May 31, to June 5 the Spoleto
Festival U.S.A. An exciting
cultural trip to Charleston, South
Shalom Group of West Palm
Beach Hadassah has scheduled a
Fathers Day cruise on the
Paddle Queen Wednesday, June
17. Donation of $17 includes
transportation from West Gate,
CEntury Village, luncheon and
entertainment on the boat.
Contact Jean Peckman or Lillian
The Board of Lake Worth-
South Palm Beach Chapter of
Hadassah will meet at the home
of Helen Smith, outgoing Presi-
dent on Wednesday, May 6 at 10
Installation of Officers for the
ensuing year will be held. They
are: Sylvia Mass, President;
Helen Smith. Administrative
Vice President; Shirley Green-
berg. Fund-Raising Co-
ordinator; Minette Gross, Pro-
gram Vice President; Alice
Freedman, Education Vice Presi-
dent; Berenice Kasseler, Mem-
bership Vice President; Betty
Wasserman. Recording Secre-
tary; Frieda Gordon,
Corresponding Secretary.
Theodore Herzl Club and the
Palm Beach Council of Pioneer
Women will hold a Donor Lunch-
eon on May 14, at the Colonades
Hotel. Singer Island. Entertain-
ment by Veronica and Peter.
The regular meeting of the
Theodore Herzl Club of Pioneer
Women will be held on May 7, 1
p.m., Lake Worth Shuffleboard
Courts. 1121 Lucerne Ave. The
meeting commemorates 55 Years
of Growth Refreshments will be
Golda Meir
Hadassah regular
ninthly meeting May 21 at
Humei2k" V."age Audito
May 11 "Celebration 33" but-
{?es Israel birthday party .
bration. Look for announce
Club Pi-.
Women will meet on Mav rT
Anshei Sholom at 1 p.m. %*'
celebrate Israe IndenJ
Day. At the donor C*5
guest speaker will be atinn^
president of Pioneer w?
Frieda Leema. The donoH 3
eon wdl be held on May 14 at Colannades Hotel in Sin-
Island. She will also be St
stalling officer of the Palm Bear-fc
Council of Pioneer Women which
includes eight clubs in the Palm
Beach area. "
.A L2aywtour to NaP><* is
planned for May 19, 20, 21 CaU
Bea Cohen for details.
Installation will be at the
Ramada Inn Wednesday June 3
Our Woman of the Year is Rag
The drawing for the original oil
painting is donated by Hv
Rudnick plus other gifts.
The Palm Beach Council of Pi-
oneer Women will enjoy a donor
luncheon on Thursday, May 14at
the' Collonades Hotel. Mrs.
Frieda Leemon, President of the
National Organization of Pioneer
Women will be our guest speaker
and also install the following
officers for the year 1981-82. The
participating clubs from South
County and Lake Worth and
West Palm Beach will total a
guest list of 400 members of Pio-
neer Women. President, Rae
Hornste, Adm. V.P., Sally Rud-
nick, Na'Amat V.P., Esther
Orifice and Hannah Schwartz,
Membership V.P., Leonore
Breuer, Program, Selma Rind,
Treasurer, Shirley Fayne, Re-
cording Sec., Rita (Catcher.
Pioneer Women is an organiza-
tion where women do and women
care about women, vouth and
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u2h Training) will have a
0,-y Party" to celebrate its
pssfull season on Monday,
.4 The event which will be a
.Lunch and Card Party wUl
J nlace at noon in The Com-
ity Center, 110 Southern
I, West Palm Beach.
L-tion of the following slate
Tfficers for the year 1981-82
be held: for President,
Ine Siff; Vice-Presidents,
tial Projects, Charlotte
tjck and Ruth Arnstein;
[president, Education, Mil-
[ Tunick; Vice-President,
hbcrship. Gertrude Harrison;
Lpresident, Program, Fannie
Lartzman; Treasurer, Rhoda
fin Financial Secretary,
Cohen; Recording Secre-
Renee Heiman; Corres-
jing Secretary, Goldye
ersmith; Parliamentarian
PTIQUK items will be on
members and friends are
iwl to attend and to bring
fown cards or games.
> Worth West Chapter of
pen's American ORT will
their meeting and installa-
fof newly elected officers, on
11, 12:30 p.m. at the
Llry Squire Inn on Lake
[omen's American ORT, Cov-
Bridge Chapter of Lake
h, will hold its next mem-
hip meeting at the clubhouse,
) p.m. on Thursday, May 7.
He programs will be as
vs: Election of officers 1981-
ITo commemorate the 33rd
jversary of Israel, we are
piling a dramatic reading.
Day Israel Was Born.";
lie lighting ceremony. Re-
hments to follow. Members
Ifriends are invited.
Pest Palm Chapter of Worn-
American ORT will have an
Dilation Luncheon and Tenth
versan Celebration on
[nesday, May 13, at Ramada
i Palm Reach Lakes Blvd., at
oon. Professional Entertain-
ment. Important Guests will
attend. We look forward for all
members to attend. Planning
Conference will be held on Tues-
day, May 26. ORT Honor Roll
Luncheon will be on Wednesday,
June 10 at The Breakers; invita-
tions will be sent.
"The Free Sons of Israel, Palm
Beach Lodge 221 will hold its
monthly meeting on Friday, May
8 at 12:30 p.m. at the First
Federal Bank of Delray. Advisor -
ry Board will meet on Tuesday,
May 12 at the Clubhouse at 10
Jupiter Island boat ride and
smorgasbord luncheon on
Thursday, May 7 leaving from
Stuart at 10:15 a.m. and
returning at 4:30 p.m.
The first annual convention of
the Broward-Palm Beach District
Counties Council of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United
States and its Ladies Auxiliary
will be held at the Holiday Inn, of
West Palm Beach, 100 Datura
St., West Palm Beach, May 1, 2
and 3.
More than 300 delegates of the
JWV Posts and Ladies Auxilia-
ries from: Hollywood, Mirimar,
Sunrise, Tamarac, Ft. Lauder-
dale, Margate, Coral Springs,
Boca Raton, Deer fie Id Beach,
Delray Beach and West Palm
Beach will attend the conclave.
Mayor Michael' Hyman of
West Palm Beach will welcome
the delegates and extend greet-
ings with the "Key to the City"
to "the District County Com-
mander and the President of the
District County Auxiliary.
An additional presentation will
be made by Palm Beach County
Commissioner Norman Gregory
to the delegates.
A joint Memorial Service will
be held Saturday, May 2 in which
the JWV Post and Auxiliaries
will participate honoring former
deceased members of the group.
Awards will be presented to
the "Commander of the Year",
Post's newspapers and increases
in membership.
Highlighting the affair will be
an address of national interest on
current events by National JWV
Commander Irwin Steinberg who
recently returned from the
Middle East and Western
The Jewish War Veterans is
the oldest active veterans organi-
zation in the United States.
The Annual Installation
Luncheon of the National Council
of Jewish Women Okeechobee
Section, will take place on May
12 at 12 noon at the Sheraton Inn
Round Table, 1901 Palm Beach
Lakes Blvd. Complete meal in-
cluding all gratuities. Entertain-
ment and lots of Door Prizes. All
welcome cost $8 per
Contact Dorothy
Chatham S 391.
person, ship with their spouse. Guests
Young are welcome. Collation will be
South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees, A chapter of
the National Jewish Civil Service
Employees, Inc., will hold their
monthly meeting, prior to the
summer recess, on Sunday, May
3 at 2 p.m. at the Weight
Watchers Auditorium in the Gun
Club Shopping Center, Military
Trail and Gun Club Road (be-
tween Summit and Southern
Blvd.), West Palm Beach.
Dr. George S. Brookman, the
well known lecturer and authori-
ty on Jewish Culture, will discuss
"Why I Became a Jew" by a
world famous personality.
All Jewish Civil Service Em-
ployees presently employed or
retired with any Federal, State,
County, City, or Municipal
Agency are eligible for member-
Women's League for Israel, the
Sabra Chapter is having it's in-
stallation luncheon on Wednes-
day, May 13 at 12 noon at
Bernard's, 1730 North Federal
Hwy., Boynton.
At this time we shall have the
pleasure of honoring Mrs. Hilda
Thim and Mrs. Regina Werniel,
the former executive representa-
tive of Women's League, who will
act as the installing officer.
United Order True Sisters
Palm Beach County 61 will hold
their next regular meeting at the
First Federal of Delray Bank on
May 11 at 12:30 p.m.
This meeting will be the instal-
lation of officers and all members
are invited to attend.
Investment Equity
Real Estate
Don Vogel
2352 PGA Boulevard Business 626-5100
Palm Beach Gardens, Fl. 33410 Residence 622-4000
|pays to come earlyi
Our special early evening
enu features values on
"iskan King crab tegs. Maine
Kter, Poached Smoked
hrod Chilled Raw Bar
ftter. Broiled Bay Scallops
pton schrod Florentine,
Y Slriom steak. Charbrolled
POronsh or Salmon, and
fur choice from our dally
Fsri catch
I*" Sunset Special dinners
Tluae Charleys Chowder,
Pt Bread, cole Slaw, and
Pur choice of vegetable.
IFrom $7.95 to $10.95 par
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fine seafood In the
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday, May l,
JCC Happenings
Senior News
Adult Education Classes
Spring term started April 6 and
continues the month of May, as
Oil Painting A, Mondays, 9
Oil Painting B, Tuesdays. 9:30
.i m.
Personality and Growth,
Wednesdays, 10 a.m.
Yoga After 55, Wednesdays, 1
Writers Workshop, Wed-
nesdays. ;i p.m.
Know Your Car, Fridays. 10
Music Through The Ages,
Fridays. 1 p.m. istarts May 1)
Extension Programs
. Tangle wood:
.Transactional Analysis,
Mondays. 10 a.m. (Please note
that the last class of this series
will be held on May 11)
The .Jewish Community
Center, Comprehensive Senior
Service Center receives funds
from a Federal Grant. Title III of
the Older Americans Act,
awarded In (iulfstream Areawide
Council on Aging, and the
Florida Department of HRS.
Transportion is available to the
transit disadvantaged. Call 689-
7700 for information.
Speak Out Enjoy an after-
noon of expression, friendship
and learning with Wynn Kenton,
discussion leader, on Mondays at
1 p.m. There will be no further
sessions until May 25. Please
mark your calendar accordingly.
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women Joe Greenberg, group
leader for the men, and Sylvia
Skolnik. group leader for the
women, conduct lively discussion
sessions on politics, economics
and current events, on Tuesdays,
at 1 p.m., except for the second
Tuesday of the month.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, President, invites aH
those interested in public
speaking, to join this group,
which meets on Thursdays at 10
Trip* 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
Mother's Day Party on Sunday,
and includes three meals a day
(diet or regular), daily massage
and entertainment. Members
SI 13.50, double occupancy. Non-
members $123.50. including
gratuities. Bus transportation is
available from the West gate of
Century Village (price will be
announced). Reservations require
.i 126 deposit per person, which
includes a $5 non-refundable fee.
For further information call
Bonnie at 689-7700.
Dine Out Luncheons at
various restaurants will be held
once a month. For further in-
formation, call Bonnie Silverstein
at the Center- 689-7700.
l-'riday. Come in to view these
The Second Tuesday Club
will hold its monthly meeting on
May 12 at 1 p.m. at the Center.
Sam Rubin. President. Ruth
Hyde, chairperson, announces
that Helen Nussbaum will speak.
Subject: Famous Men in Jewish
Health Insurance Assistance
Fdie Keiter. Health Insurance
Coordinator, will assist persons
with health insurance forms.
Questions, etc. every third
Thursday of the month at 2 p.m.
Subject: When Can the Legal
Aid Society Help?
Defensive Driving "56 and
Alive." Paul Oblas, licensed
defensive driving instructor, will
conduct a two session defensive
driving class May 8 and May 15 9
to 12:30 p.m., provided through
AARP Persons insured by
Colonial Penn or Prudential will
be granted a 10 percent discount
on their auto insurance premiums
upon completion of the two
sessions Pre-Registration is
required plus a $5 fee for in-
structional material check to
be made out to AARP.
Coming Events:
The Second Tuesday Club of
the JCC presents a Twilight
Dinerette Card Party, to be held
at Bagel World, on Okeechobee
Blvd., West Palm Beach, on
Sunday. June 14, from 4-8 p.m.
There will a light dinner, cake
and coffee will be served.
Donation $5.50. Make
reservations early by caJlb
either Sam Rubin or Bonnie
Silverstein at the Center 689
The Summer JCC Flea Mark-
will be held on Sunday, Aiunjo.
16 on the premises of theJCC,
2415 Okeechobee Blvd. u/
Palm Beach. Electrical a*
pliances, television sets, lamps
clothing, drapes, home baited
cakes, knick knacks, and hun-
dreds of other items wi|] be
sale. Refreshments will be avail-
able. Call the Center for a(j.
ditional information at 689-7700
Special Program Florid.
Power & Light Talks" wh
you pay
what you
Pay- Dig.
Benson, Florida Power & Light
Bnargy and Conservation Ren.
resentative, will be held on Mav
18 at 1 p.m. at the Center.
15th Season
Harder Hall
Tennis & Golf
Camp for Teem
(Co-Ed-ll lol7)
The Finest Tennis & Golf
Camp in the World
July 1-Aug. 19, 81
1 to 7 mtk program*
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Induction- Pnv*e 18p.
12 MMherVM*j| court
(5 Lighted). Bad
Artist of the Month Ethel Legal Aid Society Robert
Bonze will be exhibiting until Bertisch, Executive Director and
May 25. The Center is open from Laurel Hopper. Staff attorney
9 a.m. to5 p.m., Monday through will speak on May 21 at 1:30 p.m.
National Women's Organization seeking district
executive director with administrative, membership
and community capabilities, plus expertise in capital
fund raising. Please send resume to P.O. Box 6132,
Hollywood, Florida 33021.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
[edicare Claims Review Program to
ssist West Palm Beach Area Seniors
V .u SP**"11 assistance program to
cooperation of the senior citizens seeking review of
t0" Sf-]?gn *! their M^icare Part B claims for
fgk ^vSFl eds^n9edPP,ierSerViCehaSbeen
Reagan at Fork
In the Georgetown University
Cvnlvr for Strategic and
International Studies, calling for
PLO involement in the peace
process. His views are not all that
different from those publicly
expressed by the outgoing U.S.
Ambassador in Saudi Arabia,
John West, a Carter appointee.
Veliotes, since becoming the
State Department's top Middle
East expert, has generally
followed the pattern set by his
three immediate predecessors.
Harold Saunders, Alfred
Alherton and Joseph Sisco. A
former Ambassador to Jordan,
Veliotes is trying very hard to
balance his relationships even-
hundedly with Israeli and Arab
officials, as well as with their
respective constituent groups
here in Washington.
itinued from Page 1
ration, Eugene Roetow,
,ale Law School to
the director of the
kit's Arms Control and
nent Agency in the
eks. But they have a
group of opponents,
>n to Veliotes and his
[the Near Eastern and
in Affairs Bureau.
"s second-level of
the White House, the
Jartment, the Pentagon,
ho iroverniTM....
community and
the government
im a wide variety
mis, with disparate
|how best to resolve the
li conflict.
SPOUT traditional
hutment views, such as
rlucci. the number two
llu Pentagon who for-
u career State Depart-
lipi service officer, and
pimann, who previously
U.S. Ambassador to
|ml Afghanistan, and is
(I in head the U.S.
in Saudi Arabia.
Lifter the signing of the
IvkI agreements, Neu-
L in article in The
Ifi Quarterly, published
The program will provide a
direct pipeline to the Medicare
Part B Claim Review Section at
Blue Cross & Bhie Shield of
Florida's Medicare claim
processing offices in Jacksonville
and help assure quick reviews on
questions of allowances and to
determine that full Medicare Part
B entitlements have been paid.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Molat,
members of Blue Cross & Blue
Shield's voluntary West Palm
I leach Beneficiary Advisory
Committee, conceived that idea
of this special review program
and arranged with the
Washington Savings and Loan
Association to install a special
Drop Box at the bank where
Medicare seniors may complete
the necessary request for review
forms for review of their claims.
No postage stamp is required.
Request for review will be
delivered directly to Medicare
Part B in Jacksonville for im
mediate review of the claims in
question to ensure they were
processed correctly. Beneficiaries
will be notified of the outcome of
the reviews by Medicare B. If
then- was an error in the original
processing of the claim due to
Medicare personnel or com-
puters, the doctor's staff, or the
beneficiary, these special reviews
should correct them and make
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Amounts allowed or approved
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can vary in different areas. Under
Medicare B, doctors make their
own charges for services and
when charges are more than
Medicare allowance laws permit,
the lesser amount will he nairi.
In implementing the
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stated that the objective of this
program is to protect the interest
of Medicare Part B beneficiaries
at no charge to them. All Special
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be filed if, for some reason, the
l>cneficiary is dissatified with the
dollar amount allowed in the
original processing of the claim.
Medicare beneficiaries with
questions about the review
program may contact Medicare
Part B Special Beneficiary
Claims Review Advocate
Chairpersons Mr. and Mrs. Molat
directly by telephoning West
Palm Beach: 686-6685.
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The Jewish tlonaian
lm Beach Lounty
Harris Stone Appointed JWV Director
Harris B. Stone has been se-
lected as the new Executive
Director of the Jewish War
Veterans of U.S.A., National
Commander Irvin Steinberg
announced today.
"We are pleased to welcome an
individual of such high caliber-
and experience to head our staff,"
said Steinberg. Stone brings to
his new |K>sition 30 years of pro- I
fcsMonal experience in manage-
ment, engineering, and science ;
and extensive participation in the
.JWV and in other Jewish or-
ganizations. A man of versatile
miens, he is listed in Who's Who
in Engineering. Who's
American Jewry.
Who in
Recently retired as director of
the Research and Development
Plans Division, Office of the
Chief of Naval Operations. Stone
was awarded the U.S. Navys
highest civilian honor, the
Distinguished Civilian Service
Award in 1978. He was cited by
the Secretary of the Navy for
exceptionally meritorious
achievements and leadership in
developing a successful method
for planning the Navy Research
and Development Program and
for superior performance
throughout the years in the
highest tradition of the United
State* Navy."
A graduate of Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. Stones
varied federal career began in
1953 as an electronics engineer
at the Klectronics Warfare Center
in New Jersey. He has also been
associated with the Office of
Naval Research, Washington.
DC. the Army Security Agency
Operational (enter and Klec-
Blumberg Elected to Second Term
NFAV YORK Herschel W.
Blumberg of Washington, D.C.
has been unanimously reelected
National Chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal and will lead the
1982 nationwide fundraising
ampaign. The action by UJA
If. >ard of Trustees was announced
here today by Irwin S. Field.
President of the Board.
Blumberg. now chairman of
the record 1981 peacetime cam-
paign, reported that intensive
advance planning for 1982 by
UJA national leadership and pro-
fessional staff has been under
way for several months, in con-
sultation with community cam-
paign leadership. A comprehen-
sive program and calendar for the
forthcoming campaign is in the
final stages of formulation and
will be presented at a National
Leadership Conference in Wash-
ington, May 14-17.
"World events indicate we are
entering an era in which the rela-
tionship between the Jews of
America and the people of Israel
will take an ever greater signifi-
cance challenges we will face to-
gether in the 1980's."
The UJA National Chairman
cited increasing economic and
political pressures on Israel's
people, the growing denial of the
Holocaust, the rise of neo-Nazism
and the re-emergence of world-
wide anti-Semitism as critical
factors in 1982.
"Against this background of
pressures." he declared, "it
becomes more essential than ever
that our annual campaigns
decisively end the pattern which
prevailed in the 70's, or relatively
minor increases in pledge totals
and cash income. While continu-
ing to build communal strength
here at home in this decade, we
must provide our full share of the
cost of our vital human-support
programs in Israel and elsewhere
All new directions in UJA
campaign planning, structure
and operations begun this year,
Blumberg indicated, will be con-
tinued and reinforced for the next
campaign. The UJA National
Chairman played a leading role in
developing a new approach to
campaign planning for 1981
through the activation of a joint
UJA-CJF Task Force. He also
introduced a number of major op-
erational innovations, including
adjusting and upgrading the tra-
ditional campaign calendar,
scheduling major events earlier
and raising minimum gift levels
for key fundraising meetings and
overseas missions.
These steps have resulted in
the fastest campaign start in any
peacetime year, with increased
giving sustained at a higher level
than ever before at this state of
campaigning. Pledges for 1981,
now total S269 million, showing
and 18 percent gain over the pre-
vious year's results, card-tor
Among the highlight achieve-
ments of the 1981 campaign to
date under Blumberg's leader-
ship: A Prime Minister's Mission
which produced the
highest level of per capita giving
in its 13-year h'story; a Presi-
dent Mission involving the
largest number of I 10,000 and
Herschel Blumberg
over contributors ever brought to
Israel on a mission; and the
highly sucsessfull January 18
National Super Sunday of com-
munity call-ins. developed by
Blumberg and his Washington
colleague Jerome J. Dick from
their own community's model
telethons. Results of later com-
munity Super Sundays are ex-
pected to create final totals for
this unprecedented mass appeal
of more than 25,000 volunteers
realizing close to 20.000 gifts
worth a projected $20 million."
Blumberg has also encouraged
the continued decentralization of
UJA operations by upgrading
and expanding its regional
structure and by increasing the
campaign involvement of
regional leaders In addition, he
has restructured UJA'a national
leadership committee and in-
creased community and regional
representation on the National.
Campaign Policy Board.
\ native of Baltimore and a
graduate of Georgetown Univer-
git) Blumberg began his service
as a national leader in 1963 when
he was a founding member of the
UJA Young Leadership Cabinet.
After 11 years of service on the
UJA Executive Committee and
the UJA National Campaign
Cabinet. Mr. Blumberg was
apixiinted a National Vice Chair-
man in 1977. He is a member of
the Jewish Agency Executive
and serves on the Boards of the
United Israel Appeal and the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the UJA's con-
stituent agencies.
Long active in the United Jew-
ish Appeal Federation of Greater
Washington, he was President
for three years, and earlier served
as General Chairman. General
Co-Chairman. Vice President,
and Chairman of the Planning
In addition, he was treasurer of
the Jewish Community Council
in Washington, a Trustee of the
United Jewish Endowment Fund
and the Jewish Dav School. Vice
President of the Washington
Jewish Foundation. President of
B'nai Israel Synagogue. Treasur-
er of the Prince Georges County
Cancer Society and a member of
the Board of the Chamber of
I ommerce and Economic Devel-
opment Commission of Prince
Georges County.
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ttunic Warfare Department, Fort
lluachuca. Ariz., and Signal -
Corps.. Fort Monmouth, N.J. His
assignments in the areas of
management, engineering and
science have been associated with
(Ik fields of electronic warfare,
intelligence, command and
control, communications, anti-
submarine warfare, anti-air war-
fare, long-range planning,
operations research, and the
mechanical, chemical and
physical sciences. His successes
aa manager of the Navy's marine
mammal program received wide
,n (laim.
Mr. Stone served as JWV's
National Commander from 1979-
mi and held numerous other titles
at the natk nal level for the JWV;
he also served as Commander of
tin fourth region and Post Com-
mander and Quartermaster of
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president of the ArlinotL ?*
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Public Affairs Co?>
(AIPAC), andoft^S1*1
Committee of the NatioS5
ish Community Re|,.- ,
Advisory Council (NJCRAC|
A veteran of World War IU,
he Korean conflict, Stone 2
through the enlisted ranjj^
Commissioned Officer statuT
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married to another New York
th.. former Ray Masin.andX
Mr. Stone assumes ik.1
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^ Sabbatical Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
devoted to discussion of themes and issues
relevant to Jewish We past and present
Israel's Independence-
God Does Answer Jewish Prayers
On Saturday, May 9, Jews in
! and .ill "\ er the world will
Israel's 33rd Indepen-
I >.i> v, hi-ii we v> ill recall
nl pam. the battles tht-
nol ihe buildei
ilir fighters ut I srai I wad's
I ml.: l).i> I- an all in-
clusji, holidaj because it em-
11 highlights
II our holidays P
he 1 mil people from
Rurop \-i.i. \ fries and Russia
I he ma iban i he
umps in Israel brin^' to
/ears our forefathers
-pent in hills during their
nl wanderings in the desert,
surrounded and pursued by
hostile neighbors. Rosh Hashana
.1 new Iwginning and won
derful opportunities for our
people t" build a wonderful
land I" us is more than a
nation. It is the return of our
people into history and the
determination of the Jewish
people's resolve that the 2.000
sears of our people's victimiza-
tion and Nazi barbarism will
never happen again. The Kotzker
Rebbe once observed that it is
possible for the groom to stand
under the Chuppah and say to his
bride 100 times "Harey At
M'Kudeshet and are not married
unless and until he says the word
"Ii". We Jews, for centuries,
have been saying to Israel
Harey At Mekudeshet". Now we
stand as one, with all our might
and strength, and we declare "li".
It is significant that this year.
Israel's Independence Day
coincides with Shabbat when the
weekly portion Emor is read in
the synagogue. We are told in
I'.mor iYe\ 22 2 W
>\. sheep or goal is brought forth
.1- a sacrifice". One com
mentator remarks 'God -aid
the o\ is pursued b) the lion,
the lamb b) the wolf. Do nol
unto me from those that pursue.
Inn from those that are pursued"
World history can !> summarized
in two words Kodef V'nirdofim
The pursued and the pur
suers ".
.Jewish iii~tory is that of the
pursued. For two thousand years,
we have known all kinds of
pursuit except the pursuit of
happiness. During our darkest
hours, our people did not receive
words of comfort even from those
who served God with their
offerings and piety and right-
eousness (hypocrites!I Tradition
tells us then that God does not
desire the sacrifices of the
pursuer. The establishment of the
State of Israel is proof that God
seeks the Dursued
Israel is still pursued by its
vicious neighbors, by diplomatic
and church sources. Some clergy-
men among the moral majority"
say that God does not answer
Jewish prayers. Israel is a
repudiation oi this nonsense. It is
Dr. I. Goodman
Boynton Plaza
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Office Hr. Mon.. Tue*., Wad., Fh. Thurs b Sat
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,i|vi ,i repudiation of thoM who
n the suffering of the Jew Ml
mation that God i- againsl
ihe leu- For 2.000
looked to the Jew. a- if God is
uh the purs thai
the weak, the defense
less, and pursui
ii th<
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Dul. thank
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: with
mi a in the role of the
can -till he ai-
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t he o\ and the lion the
o\ i-.niept.ihle.i-.i sacrifice; the
nol \\ In The strength ol
the lion i- the strength of the
kin^' ol ihe animal world the
strength that crushes all in its
path The Strength of the on is
(oii-iiucyion ii pulls the load
to help till the soil
The strength of our enemies
has |>,.,.n that of the lion. The
netro dollars of the Arabs has
been a force to detroy and not
build human rights, peace and
progress. Israel has proven that
the strength of the Jew has been
used to bring hope and freedom,
help and healing to millions who
were and who are still being kept
in ignorance and disease by its
enemies occidental and orient-
al. With our new strength.
because of Israel, we have been
able to pursue the weak and the
sick, the persecuted and the
homeless, the unwanted and the
despised and the ridiculed.
Because of our Jewiih
heritage. Israel's democracy rj< es
nol mimic the inhuman pram.
of a great many modern nation I
On Israels Independence Day
Jews all over the world reassert
the .Jewish qualities of strength
nol lor conquest ,,r lordship, but
in nglh lor constructive pur
poses, [oi mercy, lor charity and
for kindness [a this not whi
meant by the phrase "From
/ion -hall go forth the Law
<.od law ol justice and me rev and
l!> helping keep Israel strong
cspcciall) now that we are in the
process ol negotiating with
Egypt and with the United
Stales lor a comprehensive peao
settlement, we can help the words
"I Amos come true when hi
said Behold the day has come the Lord, that the plowman
shall overtake the reaper, and thi
trader ol grapes, him that soweth
sued, and the mountains shall
u"!'. SW7t wine- and al1 ^e h'll?
shall melt, and each shall dwell
under his vine and under his fiu
tree, and none shall make him
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Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Altz Chaim Congregation Century Village
W. Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services 9
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
arr>. and 51
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point. Oelray Beach 33446 Phone 499.7407 J
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services 8 am and50|
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m. Mm '
Temple Israel
1901 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 833-8421.j
Rabbi Irving B Cohen Joel L. Levine,. Associate Rabbi Sabbath!
services. Friday 8.15 p m Saturday Torah Seminars 10 30 a.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 334J2 Phone 391.I
8900 Rabbi Merle E Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath serl
vices Friday 8:15 0 m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Stud, with Rabbi|
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 am
Temple Sinai
at St Pauls Episcopal Church. 188 S. Swinton Ave.. Oelray
Mailing address 2005 N.W 9 Street. Delray Beach. 33444 RabbiI
Samuel Silver President Lawrence Sommers (272 2908) Friday I
services at 8 15 p.m
Temple Beth Torah of Palm Beach County
at St David's m the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd. and
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 15 p.m
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3, Boca
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111 Rabbi Beniamm Rosayn*
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1901 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Beach, Fl. 33411*President
William M. Mach684-1958
Temple Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 8330339
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath services,
Friday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday at 9.30 a.m. Daily Minyan at 8:15 a.m.
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684
3212'Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z Sctiect-
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8:30 a.m. and 6*
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mm-
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh
at Congregational Church. 115. N. Federal Hwy.. Boynton Beach"
Phone 737-4622 Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services. Friday
8 15 p.m Saturday 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. A Street. Lake Worth 33460 Phone 585 5020 Rabbi
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays anC
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth David
at Westminster Presbyterian Church. 10410 N. Military Trail. Palm
Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North Palm Beach*
Phone: 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas Fenakel
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue G, Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman*
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nal Jacob D m
at Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Drive, raim
Springs 33461 Phone: 965-1064 President Martin KroshinsKy
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Mondays ana
Thursday at 9 a.m.
B'nai Torah Congregation n .
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone: 932-8566 RaK"
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 930am.
K70Iemp,e Emtn of the Delray Hebrew Congregation
bf80 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446 Phone: 498 3536
Rabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbath services.
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Dally Mlnyans at 8:45 a.m. ana 5
,on Temple Emanu-EI ^,
I" North Couny Road. Palm Beach 33480 Phone: 832-0804
Mabbi Joel Chazin Cantor David Dardashti Sabbath servicw.
Friday at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Zlon p,,ffl
at Colony Building, 1030 Royal Palm Beach Blvd.. Ryal .
Beach Phone: 793-8021 President Bryan Schwartz 'Sabbatn s*
vices, Friday night at 7:30 p.m.

Browsing in Books
,lter F. Ladesman. Brown-
|i|e The Birth, Development,
Passing of a Jewish Com-
ygi A|-H yr*CNoeW Y1971:
ch Publishing U>., iu,
Rabbi Landesman has per-
ned a remarkable service for
millions of Jews who at one
jp or another resided in
bwnsville and left it for greener
Itures, as well as for those
,,s and non-Jews who have
id or heard about that unusual
nmunity and wanted to know
gre about its origins, its
Irious history, and its decline.
Hay, Brownsville is a name of a
tain section in Brooklyn, but
i former glory as the "Jeru-
li-m of America" has long faded
I new waves of immigrants
Led in to replace those who for
Kous reasons left for other
jts of our city or for suburbia.
1886, when the first Jewish
berty-owner took title to his
Ce of land in the village of
twnsville (it had not yet been
Unrated into the City of
joklyn), the areas was a
Iter of cottages and tiny shops
Ithe midsl of dairy farmlands.
|,.n as late as 1926, when this
fewer moved into New Lots (a
jiurb of Hrownsville). and came
vn the final station of the New
is subway line, at night, he
uld most likely meet some
Ii~ wandering around the
[sh cans looking for food. There
|n si ill farmlands in New Lots
U he left i hat area in 1950.
hie glory that was Brownsville
Listed in its many
kagogues. its many religious
hools. its Yiddish theatres, like
Hopkinson and the Parkway
bw a Baptist Church), and its
hny other institutions that
fviil Iwth the Jewish and non-
vish community. For example,
first birth control clinic
Lhlished by Margaret Sanger
the United States was in
h.wnsville The list of the
twenty-chapters both sum
marizes the book and h igh-lights
the significance of this com
munity of 400,000 (70 percent
Jewish in 1926). They are:
1. The First Jews in East New
York (1886).
2. Jews Move to Brownsville
(to escape from the slums of the
East Side).
3. Life in the Early Jewish
Settlement of Brownsville.
4. Brownsville's Growth to the
Largest Jewish Community in
New York.
5. Radical and Social Reform
6. Margaret Sanger Opens in
Brownsville the First Birth
Control Clinic in America.
7. The Workers, Their Trade
Unions and the Jewish Labor
8. Yiddish Cultural Activities.
9. Public Schools and
Libraries. It is not surprising
that the first Jewish elementary
school principals came from
10. Teh Hebrew Educational
Society of Brooklyn.
11. Young Men's and Women's
Hebrew Associations of Browns-
ville and East New York.
12. Synagogues and Their
13. Brownsville's Contribu-
tions to Jewish Survival (Jewish
Education, Hebrew in the Public
Schools, Zionism, Hebrew
Literary groups).
14. The Contribution of
Brownsville to the Development
of Orthodox, Conservative, and
Reform Judaism.
15. Zedakah and Communal
Jewish Institutions.
16. World War I.
17. Brownsville East New
York Politics.
18. Between the World Wars.
19. World War II.
20. Undesirable Elements.
21. The Glory of the Com-
Rabbi Alterman, who settled in
Brownsville in 1922 and assumed
the directorship of the Hebrew
Educational Society, the oldest
Jewish Community Center in
New York City, has written with
love and affection for the neigh-
borhood and its people; he has
studied all the available docu-
ments; and has met many of the
outstanding leaders of that
unusual community. His literary
style is clear, concise, and not
overly burdened with unnecesary
trivialities. All former Browns-
villites will read it with nostalgia
and with perhaps a tear; with
some surprise at all that took
place during its heyday, and with
a deep pride of the many accom-
plishments of their fellow Jews
and their contributions to the
welfare not only of the neighbor-
hood but of the entire country as
well. The last chapter, "The
Glory of the Community" is a roll
call of scores of outstanding
Local Synagogue News
Hospital Ctrtlttod
Surgical Mohel
I PrfMi Bj All Pkyafaat Aad l"
Rabbi Dr. Abraham Vaknin
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
David of Northern Palm Beach
County will hold their End of the
Year Banquet at Giovanni's
Restaurant in Palm Beach
Gardens on Wednesday, May 27.
Fore more information and
reservations call the Temple
The Sisterhood of Beth Kodesh
is having an Installation and
Luncheon on Tuesday, May 12 at
12 noon at Streb's III, 2320 S.
Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach.
Surprises and prizes galore!
Entertainment and a fabulous
Sisterhood Temple Beth
Sholom, Lake Worth will hold its
Installation Meeting on Wed-
nesday, May 6, at the Temple's
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Social Hall at 12:30 p.m. The
following officers will be in-
stalled: President, Tillie Mut-
terperl: V.P. Membership, Anne
Gallubier; V.P. Programs, Sylvia
Smith; Treasurer, Rose Epstein;
Financial Secretary, Jean Estis;
Corresponding Secretary, Lee
Bernstein; Recording Secretary,
Sylvia Gruber.
The Installing Officer will be
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg.
Entertainment by the Century
Village Mandolin Ensemble
under the direction of Morris
Bell. Refreshments will be ser-
Siterhodd of Anshei Sholom
will hold its Board Meeting on
Wednesday, May 6, at 9:45 a.m.,
and its Regular Meeting on
Tuesday, May 19, at 1p.m., at
which "A Wedding Fantasy" will
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teachers, doctors, lawyers, jud-
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and many other luminaries who
would do credit to all of us.
It is a book that should be in
every Judaice library, but just as
much in any public library in the
country whose readers are inter-
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and how it was realized for al-
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in one section of these United
All books in this column are
available at the Temple Israel
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Temple Israel Library
West Palm Beach
Roy W. Talmo, chairman of the board of the First American Bank of
Palm Beach County, left, presents a $100,000 check to Joseph P.
Mandelbaum, chairman of the National Israel Bond Dinner for the
State of Israel Bonds. Also pictured are: Irving Korn, second from
left. Heritage Award winner and Palm Beach resident who is a
member of the bank's Lake Worth office advisory board; Bert Sales,
executive director of the Israel Bonds South Florida Region, second
from right, and G. M. Caughlin, the bank's vice chairman of the
First American Bank
Purchases $100,000
State of Israel Bond
First American Bank of Palm I
Beach County in continuation of
its support of the purchase of the j
State of Israel Bonds has;
presented a check for SI00,000 to'
the Israel Bond office completing
a $470,000 purchase.
Part of this money will go,
toward making First American i
Bank a founder of the Israeli
Mediterranean-Dear Sea Project.
This canal, when completed will
account for 35 to 50 percent of
Israel's energy needs. Proceeds
for the purchase of Israel Bonds
remain in the United States and
are used to purchase tools and
equipment, which are then sent
to Israel.
The newly established heritage
award, which exemplifies the her-
itage of the Jewish people, was
presented to the national
honorees, Lee and Irving Korn, of
Palm Beach. They are the first
recipients of this award.
Roy M. Talmo, chairman of the
board, and G. M. Caughlin, vice
chairman of the board of the bank
have been invited to participate
in a national bankers trip to
Israel, sponsored by the Israel
bond office and which is limited
by invitation to the leading
bankers in the United States.
Talmo, in presenting this check
stated, "This is part of First
American g Rank's continuing
support for the purchase of the
State of Israel Bonds."
On Sunday, May 3, at 3 p.m.,
the Rabbinical Council of Palm
Beach County will sponsor a
I lolocaust remembrance com-
memorative program at Temple
Beth El, Flagler Dr. and 27th St.,
West Palm Beach.
Rabbi Harry Z. Schectman,
President of the Council, is an-
nouncing this program for all the
community to attend and demon-
strate by their attendance that
we still remember this most
tragic event in a Jewish history
of persecution and suffering. This
genocidal attempt on the part of
a power seeking demagogue must
not be forgotten, not only by the
Jewish people but by all mankind
so that all nations should guard
themselves against the ability of
such dictators to become heads of
Rabbi Schectman has appoint-
ed Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg to
chair this event.
The rabbis of the community,
cantors, political officials, Holo-
caust victims, and children of the
Jewish Community Day School
will take part in what promises to
be a most commemorative pro-
Everyone is invited.
Federation Morns
The Board of Directors and staff of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County mourn the loss of Joseph Ohrenstine. Mr.
Ohrenstine worked for many years as the comptroller of the
Jewish Federation and was active in the Century Lodge of B'nai
B'rith where he served as treasurer. He was also President of
AARP and belonged to numerous other local community
organizations. He is survived by his wife Myra and daughters
Maxine Hilburn and Naomi Zurcher.

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