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
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8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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 Palm Beach County
, 7 Number 10
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, May 15,1981
8 f'<* Shochtl
Price 35 Cents
Nathan Appleman Named Honorary Chairman
Home For Aged Campaign Now Underway
I With the ground breaking
iremonics for the new Jewish
|om<' for the Aged having taken
lace this past Sunday, Erwin H.
Bonder, President of the Home s
Toard of Trustees, has an-
Lnced plans for launching a
bmmunity-wide campaign to
Lisl. $5,000,000. Nathan
fppleman. prominent Palm
ch business man and civic
lader, has been named as
onorary chairman for the drive.
Jr. Blonder and Alan L.
Jhulman, President of the Jewish
federation of Palm Beach
lounty, will team up with Mr.
ppleman in coordinating the
prnpaign
_ At an initial planning meeting
It the design and service features
If ilif Home were presented to a
Wesenlative group of com-
munity leaders, the need for
Wtructing a home was made
Ivident. Cited was the fact that
1) percent of the Jewish
population in Palm Beach
Counlv are fi5 years and over and
, report from the Jewish Family
Service agency noting that
Jeuuusls for custodial nursing
Jare from Jewish aged residents
ontinue to mount far beyond the
esources and services available
ncally.
Based on the overwhelming
demonstrated need, the Palm
Beach County Health Planning
Council approved a "Certificate ,
of Need*' and recommended that
the Jewish community undertake
the building of a home for the
aged and nursing care unit as
soon as possible.
The 120-bed residential nur-
sing care facility will also be the
nucleus for serving many hun-
dreds of non-resident aged
through day care program, meals
study groups, occupational
therapy, recreational activities
and social services.
Most encouraging was Mr.
Shulman's report of pre-
campaign gifts totaling nearly
$2,000,000 and the heartening
response from throughout the
community following the an-
nouncement by Federation
authorizing the go-ahead for the
building of the Home
For donors wishing to honor or
memorialize family members or
beloved ones, a wide selection of
dedkalions will be available.
To begin immediate solicitation
of gifts, the campaign leaders
have c..listed to date a committee
including: Stephen Abramson,
Sylvia Herman, Stanley Brenner,
Michael Burrows, Peter Cum-
mings. Alec Engelstein, Heinz
Eppler, Miles Fiterman, Herbert
Girard, Arthur Gladestone.

At White House
Reagan Joins Holocaust
Service for Six Million
WASHINGTON -
president Ronald Reagan
Dined members of the U.S.
(lolocaust Memorial Coun-
1 on Apr. 30 in a ceremony
commemorate the
fictims and survivors of
he Holocaust.
The President said of
he tragedy: "This meet-
ing, this ceremony, has
neaning not only for people
the Jewish faith, those
rho have been persecuted,
pt for all who want to
prevent another Holocaust
We share the wounds
the survivors. We recall
e pain only because we
nust never permit it to
ome again."
THE CEREMONY, Daya of
membrance {Yom Hashoah),
rus sPonsored by the U.S. Holo-
Pusi Memorial Council. The
wmcfl was created by an act of
Ingress on October 7, 1980, to
PWllB appropriate ways for the
F~* to observe Days of Re-
lemurance annually, to con-
Murray Goodman, Florence
Grossman, Arnold J. Hoffman,
Benjamin Hornstein, Sidney
Kohl, Irving Korn, Biddie
Kramer, Leah Lavitt, Jeanne
Levy, H. Irwin Levy, Robert S.
Levy, Robert E. List, Joseph
Mandel, Mark Maxwell, Helen
Melamed. Morris Messing,
Herberg Ralston, Dorothy
Rautbord, Irving Roaman,
Berenice Rogers, Dr. Marvin
Rosenberg, Irving Salins, Dr.
Richard Shugarman, Barbara
Shulman, Harold Singer, Michael
Stein, Nathan Tanen, Harold
Toor, Mortimer Weiss and Rose
Zivian.
The building fund committee
will be expanded to include mem-
Ix-rs from throughout the
community.
(Left to right), Erwin H. Blonder, President, Jewish Home for the
Aged of Palm Beach County; Nathan Appleman, Honorary Chair-
man; Alan L. Shulman, President, Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County.
Federation To Hold 19th Annual Meeting
struct and oversee the memorial
tit vktims, and to develop plans
tit carry out the Councils pur-
poses.
Elk Wiesel, chairman of the
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Coun-
cil, and one of seven survivors of
the Holocaust present at the
ceremony, asked, "How does one
commemorate six million vic-
t ims, all descendants of Abraham
and Isaac und Jacob?"
Wk-sel said, "In all their
chronicles and testaments,
memoirs and prayers, litanies
und poems, the victims stressed
one single theme remember,
remember the horror, remember.
Bear witness."
The President, noting the
nation's responsibility as a free
people, expressed determination
that the horror never be allowed
to happen again. "The hope of a
ceremony such as this is that
even a tortured past holds
promise if we learn its lessons.
According to Isaiah, there will be
a new heaven and a new earth,
and the voice of weeping will be
heard no more. Together, with
the help of God, we can bear the
burden of our nightmare. It is up
to us to ensure that we never live
it again."
The Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County will hold its 19th
annual meeting with a brunch, on
Sunday, June 7, 12 noon, at The
Breakers in Palm Beach.
Bette Gilbert, Chairman of the
annual meeting, announced that
this year's program will take on
special significance as the com-
munity embarks upon the con-
struction of the first major
Jewish institution in Palm Beach
County the Jewish Home for
the Aged.
"This year's annual meeting
will mark a milestone for the
Palm Beach County Jewish com-
munity, as the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County continues
to develop important programs
and services for our growing
community. This will be a time
for us to celebrate the accom-
plishments of the past and move
forward towards the challenges of
the future".
The meeting will include recog-
nition of campaign workers and
volunteers and the installation of
the officers of the Board of Direc-
tors for 1981-82.
Stanley Brenner, chairman of
the nominating committee of the
Jewish Federation has announc-
ed that Jeanne Levy has been
nominated to serve as President
of the Federation. In the past
Jeanne Levy has served as
Women's Division President and
Campaign Chairman for the
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, and last year served as
Campaign Chairman for the
National Women's Division Palm
Beach campaign. She also served
as President of Tamar Hadassah
and the Temple Beth El Sister-
hood, as well as on the board of
Temple Beth El. Presently she is
Vice President of the Jewish Fed-
eration and serves as chairperson
of the budget and allocations
committee. She is a member of
the Board of Directors for the
Jewish Community Day School
and is on the Board of the
Women's Division for the Council
of Jewish Federations, and on the
National Executive Board of the
Women's Division, United
Jewish Appeal. Most recently she
was appointed chairman of the
National UJA Women's Division
Jeanne Levy
for the Florida Region.
On accepting the nomination
Jeanne Levy stated, "A commu-
nity in a decade has evolved from
a small city into an intermediate
sized city, and with this evolution
the need for programs, services
and agencies serving the Jewish
people has continuously
multiplied. The past three years
under the leadership of Alan L.
Shulman, our Jewish Federation
has made great strides in
strengthening our beneficiary
agencies, introducing new
programs, services and a new
agency The Jewish Home for
the Aged. To be a part of building
a new community rarely happens
in one's lifetime. My hope is that
people will join me in meeting the
challenge that we in the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County face in the next decade."
Bette Gilbert
In addition to Levy, the
proposed slate of officers and
board members for 1981-82 in-
clude Barbara Shulman, Vice
President; Alec Engelstein, Vice
I President; Arnold Hoffman, Vice
j President; Dr. Richard Shugar-
man, Vice President; Mortimer
Weiss, Vice President; Barbara
Tanen, Secretary; Alvin Wilen-
sky, Treasurer; Rev. Martin
Adolf, Abe Bisgaier, Heinz
Eppler, Ruthe Eppler, Miles
Fiterman, Better Gilbert, Phyllis
Girard, Stephen Gordon, Henry
Grossman, Nathan Kosowski,
Arnold Lampert, Elsie Leviton,
H. Irwin Levy, Cynnie List, John
I. Moss, Myron J. Nickman.
Cost for the brunch will be
$7.50 per person. For additional
information and reservations for
the annual meeting, contact the
Federation Office 832-2120.
Refuseniks
Given Visas
NEW YORK (WNS) -
Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry reports that three
Soviet Jewish refuseniks have
been granted exit visas. Yakov
Ariev has waited 13 years to
immigrate. He is an engineer
from Riga and was denied per-
mission in the interest of "state
security" because he served one
year in the Soviet army. Also
granted exit visas were Grigori
Khess of Minsk, who first applied
in March, 1972, and Grigori
Kanovich of Leningrad, who first
applied in May, 1979.


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Women's Division Forum Series
M"rry J- K extends a hand of congratulation to George Altman (left), for his
service to Jewwh residents at Darcy HalJ. Rabbi Alan R. Sherman.
Chaplain (center) looks on. All Chaplain Aides were recognized at the
Chaplain Aides
Honored At Luncheon
The importance of volunteers
in the lives of nursing home
residents was stressed by Mr.C.
Lloyd Finks. Administrator of
Boulevard Manor Nursing Center
in Roynton Reach, in a talk and
discussion at the Second Annual
Recognition Meeting of the
Jewish Federation's Chaplain
Aide Program, held at Temple
Israel on Tuesday. April 28. The
sentiments of Federation and the
community were echoed by Alan
Ft. Sherman. Chaplain of Palm
Reach County, when he lauded
the work of the Chaplain Aides
who make visits to hospitals and
nursing homes, and render
religious services at institutions
for the elderly.
Certificates of Honor were
distributed to aides who served in
the program for one or two years.
Two-year certificates were
awarded to: George Altman,
Edith Applebaum, Hilde Avery!
Nettie Blaustein, Amy Brass
Murry Rrass, Sophie Dickson',
Paula Eppler, Frieda Gelfand.
Jack Gilman, Jean Gilman,
Jeanne Glasser, Celia R.'
Hamilton. Marjorie Ingram
Murray J. Kern, Rea Kern, Jack
Komitor. Lillian Komitor, Clara
Liepold. Herman Linshes, TUlie
MuUorperi. Evelyn Oblas, Paul
Oblas. Rose Rothstein, Murry
Sandier. Phil Schloss. Phil Sher.
Harry Shiller. Blanche Silver-
roan. Elsie Singer, Florence
Sitrin, Jack Sitrin. Edward Starr
and Al Stillman.
One-year certificates were
awarded to: Charles S. Real
Edith Rirnbaum. Ida Rlauner,
Ruth Cohen. Yetta Dein. Irene
Ehrenreich. Dr. Joseph Good-
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friend. Abe Levy. Use Mollen.
Jeanette Nelson. Shirley Okun.
Fred Speier and Dorothy Speier.
Fifty-seven members and
guests at the luncheon enjoyed a
delicious variety of salads, coffee
and cake arranged by Jeanne
Glasser and Bea Kern. A big
treat of the afternoon was Use
Mollen's rendition of the
traditional "Sabbath Queen' .
which she sings at Friday af-
ternoon candlelighting services
at various institutions.
The conversation and good
fellowship, reflecting the respect
of each member for the work of
the others, was a highlight of the
afternoon. "I have become ad-
dicted to this work," said one
recent recruit at the meeting.
Some members have been in-
volved in service to the sick and
elderly for many years in this and
other communities. Others have
joined recently.
Becoming deeply attached to
work with the hospitalized and
elderly is not unusual for those
who can be empathic and enjoy
interpersonal relationships. No
special talent is necessary beyond
good common sense and respect
for people. Feeling better about
oneself is often reported as the
dividend for the person involved.
Those interested in joining the
program are invited to write to
Chaplain Aide Program. 501
South Flagler Drive. West Palm
Reach. Fl 33401, or call Rabbi
Alan R Sherman. 832-2120.
Old Crow Stalks
Young Bird
TEL AVIV (JTA) Life
has been imitating art. at least
for Arye Nuriel. a 34-year-old res
ident of Jaffa, who says he is
lieing persecuted by a crow, or by
several ol them. Every time he
attempts to leave his house, a
bird or birds attack him. By
curious coincidence, the Alfred
Hitchcock thriller. "The Birds,"
is having a revival run at a Tel
Aviv cinema The film is about
birds who go berserk and attack
humans.
The crows perch on a tree out
side NUriel's home, as if waiting.
According to Nuriel one of them
pursued a police car taking him
to safety. The crow attacks no
one else and he has never harmed
it. he says.
The incident has received wide
media coverage here and abroad.
This has drawn throngs of the
curious to Nuriel's home, ap-
parently to witness bird against
man. Police ironically advised the
victim to appeal to the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals. They told him it was
"difficult to detain and interrog
ate a crow."
Women's Division Forum Series held their second lecture on Thursday, April 9, at the offices of tb
Jewish Federation of Palm Reach County. Addressing over 70 women is Dena Skalka (center, standing)!
former President of NCJW and Executive with Rell Labs, N.J. Also shown seated are (from left to ri hi
Paula Kass. Women's Division Director: Helen Hoffman. Guest Speaker. Attorney. Labor Arbitrator
Former Assistant Dean Rutgers Law School: Sunny Elliot, Forum Chairman; Anne S. Faivus. Women's
Division President.
CRC Event
Falasha Jews
Worry Canadians
TORONTO (WNSI -
Citing the plight of the Ethiopian
Jews, known as Falashas. as
being caught between war and
revolution and being subjected to
discrimination and persecution,
the Canadian Jewish Congress
(CJCl declared at its national
executive meeting in Montreal
that the Falashas rescue is an
"urgent priority" and that the
CJC will intensify all efforts to
ensure that community's safety.
According to a CJC spokesman,
there are 25.000 Falashas in
Ethiopia.
Mr. Harry Horowiz. Minister of Information of the Israel Embaaiy,
was recently interviewed by the focal media on the current situotioa ia
the Middle East. The interview followed a meeting sponsored by tW
Community Relations Council, Israel Teak Force.
alashas in the Middle East. The interview
Community Relations Council,
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Human Rights Joins Budget Block
Two days after he was elected
President of a nation usually
described as a democracy and, by
constitution, guaranteeing basic
civil rights to all its citizens,
Ronald Reagan tossed a political
ball out on the court with an
ominous bounce. He said: "I
don't think that you can turn
away from some country because
here and there they do not agree
with our concept of human
rights.
It didn't take Alexander Haig
long to pick up the Reagan ball
and run with it. He attacked
yesterdays American human
rights policy as one having "the
practical consequence of driving
authoritarian regimes, tradition
ally friendly to the West, into to-
talitarian models."
BUT THAT was just the be-
ginning of t.e Administration's
devaluation of human rights as a
cornerstone of our foreign policy
In a move compatible with
placing in charge of our Depart
ment of Energy a man who aims
to liquidate that department, the
President has made Ernest
Lefever Assistant Secretary of
State for Human Rights.
This new guardian of an Amer-
ican treasure accuses the
previous administration of
trivializing the human riehts
concept. We have larger fish to
riL r?i mUSv PV1 the hum"
rights file ,n the bottom drawer
now and cuddle up to nations
that offer us good trade opportu
nit.es These are nations that are
likely to aid their military^
strength to ours They may lean a
bit to the authoritarian side but
by golly, they'll have no truck
with Communism; and that's
what counts most of all.
You can sell this concept to
millions of Americans today, but
millions of others who take the
trouble to analyze the Reagan
Haig-Lefever evaluation of the
role of human rights in our rela-
tions with other nations are un-
derstandably dismayed. Early in
January, when President-elect
Reagan made a gift of a gun to
President Jose Lopez PortUlo of
Mexico, he must have recognized
plea for Washington's con
linuing dedication to human
nghts in PortiUos advice. A
friendly President of Mexico was
urging a friendly President-elect
ot his nation's northern neighbor
U> be extremely cautious in
approaches to El Salvador.
WHEN YOU come bearing a
un. or an armory of guns today
you may bolster a paramilitary
reftot; but if. at the same time,
you fail to recognize the Central
Americans hunger for freedom
,jnd ,or economk and social bet
lerment. you may fall into the
rap of inspiring in the symapthy
or Marxist guerrillas.
Oh nonsense, the new forces in
Human Rights Secretary Lefever
i reminded us that the greatest
'threats t<> human rights come
(nun the messianic totalitarian
i ejjiines whose brutal grip brooks
no opposition? And can't you get
it through your heads that then
is a vast difference between a to-
talitarian rule and an authoritari-
an government?
Put your trust in the authori-
tarians like Cuba's Batista or Ni-
caragua 's Somoza of yesterday or
today's Bolivia's Meza or Argen
tina's Videla's or Chile's
Pinochet, and you'll be agreeably
surprised to behold their eyes
alight with promise of freedom,
justice, mercy, and love for the
common man.
After all. we don't have a total-
itarian goverment in Iran; its
just an authoritarian one.
Hi-move the mote from your eyes
and behold how handsomely t
Ayatolia Khomeini has bestowed
'.he blessings of human right* on
his people.
FRIENDLY tyrants, bless
their souls. Soon they'll blossom
into red white-and blue cham
pions of liberty.
So the previous administration
was guilty of "trivializing
human rights, as Ernest Lefever
has told us. Take notice now that
if Jimmy Carter had not wonw
so hard to uphold our legal com-
mitment to human ri*Tnts-_Cp
would have found the U
behaving honorably in Helsinki.
Now we have Mr. Lefever car-
rying our human rights flag If*
obeys that impulse and dips thai
flag towards the ground, he may
convince Moscow this is a good
year to torture more dissident*


Friday- May 15-iy81
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Florida Young Leadership
To Gather at Fourth
Annual Retreat May 15-17
NEW YORK More than 80
young Jewish leaders will par-
ticipate in the fourth annual
United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Retreat, May 15-17,
at the Orlando Hyatt Hotel,
Kissimmee.
The theme of the retreat, joint-
ly sponsored by the UJA Young
Leadership and Young Women's
Leadership Cabinets, is "The Joy
of Judaism: A Celebration of
Life." Kenneth Hoffman of
Miami and Detra Kay of West
Palm Heath are Co-Chairmen of
the three-day event.
Participant! will examine ma-
jor issues facing the Jewish
iieople of Florida and the Sunbelt
as well as issues and problems
affecting Jews in Israel and
throughout the world, and the
impact of these issues on the
UJA l'.W2 fundraising campaign.
Si holar-in-residence for the event
iv Jerome Hornblass, past Young
Leadership Chairman for the
UJA of Greater New York,
former New York City Com-
missioner for Alcohol and Drug
Rehabilitation, and currently a
Criminal Court Judge in New
York.
Morton Silberman, UJA
Florida Regional Chairman and a
National Vice Chairman of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee (AIPAC), will be a
special guest speaker.
The retreat will be highlighted
by series of workshops on topics
such as anti-Semitism, U.S.
foreign policy, community bud-
gets and allocations, and cam-
paign needs and tools. The re-
treat also will feature special
Jewish programming for children
between the ages of five and 13, a
cocktail reception and Saturday
evening barbeque. Dietary laws
will be observed.
For further information,
contact Michelle Sherriton, UJA
Palm Beach Office, 250 Royal
Palm Way. Suite 304, Palm
Beach, 33480, or telephone (305)
650-2136.
I Went to Israel Last Year
On The Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County's
Community Mission. ..
Mark Glaraer
Jewish
Federation
Palm Beach
County
Dr. Sherwin Isaacson
Dr. Charles Sacks
Alec Jacobson
Don't You Think Its Time We All Did! 1
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
Federa tion-U J A Campaign
Men's Gift $1,500, Spouse's Gift $500, Singles I Gift $1500
Spend Simchat Torah in Israel
For Further information contact The Jewish Federation office 832-2120

May 18th
Midrasha Judaica High School toHold First Graduation
The Midrasha Judaica High
School will hold its first historic
Graduation Ceremonies on
Monday evening, May 18 at 8:30
p.m. in Hornstein Lounge of
Temple Beth El. The Graduation
Ceremonies will feature Dr. Eliz-
alwth S. Freilich, Chairperson of
the Jewish Federation's
F.ducation Committee as guest
speaker. This year's ceremonies
will honor two students who will
lie graduating from the Midrasha
High School, Amy Ruth Gordon
and Louis B. Wilson, as well as
two students who have been
awarded Midrasha Israel Merit
Scholarship for study this
summer. Ilene Lampert and Deb-
bie Klinger.
"It gives me great pleasure to
invite students, parents, and all
those interested in furthering
Jewish education in our commu
Nty to attend this ceremony,''
announced Dr. Paul Klein, chair-
man of the Jewish Federation's
Midrasha Committee. Dr.
Haviva Langenauer, Director of
ine Midrasha, remarked, "Our
Pioneering effort in the Midrasha
Judaica High School is now cul-
minating its second year, and our
community has reason to be
Proud of its accomplishments in
Jewish education for teenagers."
"The celebration of the first
graduates from our Midrasha is a
andmark in the maturity of the
' aim Beach County Jewish Com-
munity as a community," stated
Vll 'Utch She wet on to say,
Many f our Rabbis, Educators.
"d our Federation leadership.
Louis Wilson
working in concert along with
other dedicated members of the
community, continue to provide
our teenagers with the founda-
tion for a Jewish identity of
pride, and a sense of the weighty,
but joy-laden responsibility of
their people as a divinely-inspired
light unto the nations. It is my
conviction, and I believe that of
the members of the Jewish
Education Committee of Federa-
tion, and the institutions and
councils they represent, that such
pride and sense of purpose must
be borne of, and anchored in
quality Jewish education to best
withstand, and even be deepened
by the trials of adolescence and
the challenges of modren life."
Amy Ruth Gordon, one of this
year's graduates of the Midrasha.
is a senior at Palm Beach Gar-
dens High School. She plans to
continue her education at the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville next year. Amy has been
active in United Synagogue
Youth, serving on the Chapter
board. She has won a number of
individual awards given bv the
USY Region. Her participation in
USY activities has included
attending a number of Regional
and Sub-Regional events and
weekends. In the community,
Amy is a member of Temple Beth
David, and has worked at Camp
Shalom in the capacity of office
manager. She is an honor stu-
dent, was elected to the National
Honor Society, and still finds
time to hold down a job after
school. Amy is the daughter of
Howard and Deena Gordon.
Louis B. Wilson, also gradu-
ating from the Midrasha, is a
senior at North Shore High
School. He plans to pursue a
career in Veterinary Science and
will study at the University of
Florida in Gainesville next year.
He has been active in USY for six
years, serving on committees on
the chapter, regional and interna-
tional levels. He is a graduate of
the High School in Israel
Program. At North Shore High
School Louis is a member of the
National Forensic League in
Speech and Debate and has won
numerous awards throughout the
County for debating. Louis is
also a member of the National
Honor Society. He has won
letters for swimming, for the past
three years. During the summer
he volunteers his services as a
counselor at a camp for children
with Muscular Dystrophy. Louis
is the son of Matt and Janice
Wilson.
The Midrasha program is a
community program of Jewish
education offered through the
combined efforts of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, the Jewish Community
Day School, Temple Beth David,
Temple Beth El, Temple Emanu-
El, and Temple Beth Torah By
combining the resources of these
congregations and agencies the
Midrasha is able to offer an out-
standing intensive and varied
program of Jewish studies open
to all Jewish high school students
in Plam Beach County. The Mid-
rasha meets on Monday evenings
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. and this
year used the facilities of Temple
Beth El, West Palm Beach. For
information, please call the
Jewish Federation.
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ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE COMMUNITY
The Nominating Committee of the Women's Division
Fof the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County informs!
land advises that the following candidates for officers will
j be presented for election at the Federation Annual!
IMeeting on Sunday, June 7.1981.
OFFICERS
I President..............................................Cynnie List
I Vice President, Administration.........................Carole Klein
Vice President, Campaign.............................Ruth* Eppler
I Vice President, Education..............................Le*h Siskin
IVice President, Leadership Development...............Marva Perrin
Ivice President. Outreach.............................Rene* Kessler1
....................Sue Ochstein
In accordance with the by-laws, additional nominations
imay be sumitted in writing by any member of the
I Women's Division no later than May 25th, provided an
(such written nominations shall be endorsed by at lea
Itwenty-five (25) members of the Women's Division and
that the written consent of the nominee shall be obtained.
Respectfully Submitted by the Nominating Committee
I Barbara Chane Penny Beers, Chairman
[Renee Kessler Marjorie Schimel
Doris Singer
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Friday. May 15,1981
Volume 7
11 IYAR5741
Number 10
That Old Conspiracy
A B'nai B'rith report indicates that leaders of
the Soviet Union are attempting to cover up the
problems affecting the workers in Poland by blaming
Jews and Zionism. As usual, no distinction is made
between them. Nor do the Soviets even attempt to
explain why the blame is deserved.
Traditional anti-Semitism both in Poland and
Russia, furthermore, makes the charge stick.
Instead of dealing with the needs of the workers in
the USSR and in Poland, the heirs of Josef Stalin are
again looking for a conspiracy, not a solution.
The sad thing is that, in both countries, the
workers' own prejudices are helping their oppressors
rather than forcing their oppressors to help them.
'Those who ignore-the lessons
of history...... *(mm*m)
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Florida Court Asked to Act
On Yom Kippur Jury Case
NEW YORK The
American Jewish Congress
has called on the Supreme
Court of Florida to reverse
a first-degree murder con-
viction which carries an
automatic death penalty
on grounds that the jury
was chosen on Yom Kip-
pur. the Jewish Day of
Atonement.
In rejecting a defense motion
t postpone the jury selection
because of the Jewish holiday,
the court deprived the defendant
of his constitutional right to a
jury selected from a fair cross-
section of the community, the
Congress argues in a fneod-of
tht-court brief in the case of
Florida v Paul William Scott
AN ESTIMATED nine per
etna of the population of Palm
Reach County, where Scott was
tried, is Jewish Scott. 24. is not
Jewish
The American Jewish Con
gress brief cited a 1975 US Su
preme Court decision in Taylor v.
Louisiana, which held that a
defendant in a criminal case was
entitled to a jury chosen from a
fair cross-section of the com-
munity The selection of Scott s
jury on Yom Kippur. a day when
Jess observing the commands of
their religion would not have
appeared for jury service.
violated Scott's constitutional
right*." the brief said
The AJCongress brief also
tiled a 1979 Supreme Court
derision, in Duren v. Missouri,
holding that the requirement of a
fair cross section jury was
ignored if 111 the group Hedged
to excluded was a ""distinc-
tive group in the community:
EH if the representation of this
group in venires from which
Junes were selected was not fair
and reasonable in relation to the
number of such persons in the
community, and (31 if this under-
representation was due to
systematic exclusion of the group
in the jury selection process.
ON EACH of these grounds,
the lower court's refusal to post-
pone the jury selection violated
the defendants rights, the Con-
gress said in its brief.
IN THE I nited States, there
,s a rallying cry ^or ^hodox
Jem to support the Packwood
Movnihan Bill for income tax
credit- to those parents who send
their children to private religious
schools Rabbi Moshe Sherer
adent of Agudath Israel of
\menca. w BOOB organization will
honor the two Senators at its
"iith annual dinner on Ma)
hails them for taking the ini-
tiative to correct a major in-
justice in American society where
lhe cost* for private education
are r>>t rocogniiwd."
In Israel, there is a rallying cry
fur these MM American Ortho-
dox Jem to pressure the Israel
Government not to grant official
ion to the Conservative and
Reform movements that would at
least grant these movements a
root into the door toward Ortho-
dox equivalency
IN THE latter case. Orthodox
Jews, notably Nathaniel Saper-
stein. president of the National
Council of Young Israel, use the
kind of words of revulsion for
Conservative and Reform Jews
that remind me of the most hate-
provoking passages in the anti-
Semitic tracts of many of the
Roman Cat hoik' -amis
In a lighter moment. Saper-
stein says of these movements
that thev are a potential
for the Jewish people.
and he warns that to grant
rn lews a
-latus ever, approximating
Orthodox equivalency will moan
the virtual end of the religious
i "mmunity in Ism
ntly. the likes ol Labor
. Chairman Shimon 1
.ired Win
They
-nment action
gran
ne Likud coalition
in th.
I MENTION eond
Vmerican Ort I
to empr
nrst the tact that unnoaox
Jew s have joined Roman Catholic
and fundamentalist Protestant
groves in the United States in
suptirt of Packwood-Moynihan.
For example, a recent Young
statement rationaltees the
organization's stand on tax-free
credits this way Poor us. we
need the relief; do you realize how
expensive it is to buy kosher food
these days'?
This m, w of the American
educational condition certainly
i gold star, along with
Rabbi Sherer s view about the
initiative'' taken by Senators
Packwood and Moynihan "to
enrrvet a major injustice in
Vmerican sociaty" notably, to
render economic assistance to
that portion of the nation's
n onomk sector 'east needing it
In i irthodox Jews are
riding government support
in th' of their religious
convictions I find this re-
pn he.lslMe
THE CHlRCHstate
lion principle has beer.
n enough in these and
similar circumstances, and I hope
* aside here There
-.derations as well
Most important, there is a pub'ic
-tern, admittedly grown
ince World War II. that
has Utn the pride of this nation
its founding.
Il I"- one reason or another.
- do not w ish to relv on its
services for their own chudre
clearly be free to make, but tSv
must not be allowed to temnA
public compensation for jT
choice.
\ second consideration is that
the object of what is supposed to
be a democratic government
ought not be to sponsor elitist
cadres, if public funds are to be
expended because the public
school system is lacking in some
, area, either religious instruction
Iby intent f or qualitatively (by an
accrual of sociological mis-
fortune), then the expenditure
should go to strengthen the pub
lit school system by defusing the
misfortunes so that the systems
quality improves.
This would eliminate a major
argument posed by parents in
search of religious instruction for
their children who pretend that it
is really the lack of instructional
quality that is driving them away
and into the arms of parochial
schools
IN ESSENCE, the way things
an currently constituted, not
onlv can such parents continue
tin pretense that it is really
quality and not religion they are
seeking. They are also
strengthened in their argument
thai by sending their children to
a private parochial school, they
art being required to pay twice
for i he same Nmce Packwood-
\|ov iiili.ni. they say must pass
! i an si- j( will relieve them of one
of these unjust" a
Mm the argument is spurious
mainly beewte the service
th v receive in a parochial school
is very different indeed from the
mi vice thev would receive in a
public school. ptrtuulan\ given
thai the public school in auction
were of the very highest quality
Such parents in fact know this to
l*Vn Rh. and so vvhv should
they not pay for the difference?
Since the cost those parents are
Continued on Page 17 A
My Son,
THe Knight!
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rxNIGHT:- Je ,sh P3'"1' Pnxidl> rWehta: "Mm my son. THE
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Friday. May 13. IM1
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Riverside
Memorial Chapel Inc./ Funeral Directors
For generations a symbol
of Jewish Tradition
Members of the Palm Beach County Region of the Women's American ORT gathered recently for their
Annual Donor Luncheon. Highlighting the luncheon was a musical program sponsored by Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Association. Frank C. Wagner, Chase Federal Assistant Vice President and Branch
Manager for the Cross County Mall and Forum Square Branches, was on hand to present a Judaic photo-
graph lo Carolyn Ring, Regional Executive Chairwoman. Seated from left are Blanche Weiss. First Presi-
dent. West Palm Beach Chapter; Betty Levi. Capitol Funds Vice President and Shirley Traum. National
Studies Chairwoman. Standing from left are Ruth Rothfarb, District VI President; Carolyn Ring; Betty
Juckel. Palm Beach County Regional President; Esther Sugarman, Palm Beach County Regional Donor
Chairwoman; Helen Wilkes. West Palm Beach City Commissioner; Betty Siegel; Selma Kunin, Donor
Luncheon Co-Chairwoman: and Frank Wagner.
Fedorenko Seeks to Go Back to Soviet
WASHINGTON IJTA) -
on proceedings begun
n \.u Haven, Conn Monday
Kcudoi Fedorenko of
who .\.i~ ii ( :;..! i .nil rarnpol 1 -i>linka
IdWa 11 I dorenko,
stripped
|) ..-i .i.muiii v on
I ..mi .. : boul
. ,i ii i u itiea when he
i admission to t ha I I.S.
\n ORDING TO his attor-
.ha. Hnan (Jildea, Fedorenko,
.mi niin m :In' Ukraine, bas
,i|i;iln.i io ilif Soviet Union for
ncrmancnl resident status. His
wife and two sons presently live
in i he Ukraine .mil-he has visited
the Soviet I nion several times
since hit.; There are no charges
uguinsl In in in thai country.
(iilik'U said.
Pibirenkti lost hit citizen
.dii i the Supreme Court rejected
I against .i lower court 'a
nii i hul he had enterei
i s muii r i.dee pretenses. When
pulied lor an American visa
undei the Displaced Person- Vet,
he falsity stated that lie had
spent i he w "' J ears a1- a larm and
laitoi' worker after Ins capture
l>) tliet'iernians in 1941.
hi his appearance at the pro-
ledin^'s. it was revealed that he
has applied to return voluntarily
io his native Itussia.
His attorneys say he has
sough) permission from ihe
So\ iel I nil' issy in Washington
, ,i k in i he I kraine, where
us Ijorn and has a wife anu
i ,oiis whom he left behind
i fare World V\ar II
IT IS understood that the
Sovkia have agreed to consider
I'.-dorenko s application. It is
i \pirted thai it might take them
ix inonllis Lo a year to make a
decision.
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TheJeuish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frida> May 15
Organizations In The News
HAD ASSAM
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Beach Hadassah aill rr*\
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Ceaauiy Village, la iwvi\.
new Charter and to

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praaaih \ nmikal program
follow, directed bj
boa ceJfcd Gold
Kir.
iniK\ s
VMER1CAN ORT
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Minn to bt the
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
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Investment Equity
Real Estate
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REALTOR
Residential-Condominium-lnvestment
2352 PGA Boulevard Business 626-5100
Palm Beach Gardens. Fl. 33410 Residence 622 4000
y^Jscco/ct^L^ahc ><_7t
Arnold J- Hoffman, president of
the Palm Beach County Chapter.
American Jewish Committee.
An election meeting of the American Jewish Committee. Palm Beach
County chapter was held recently. Some of the newly elected officers
are (left to right), Mary Blicher, treasurer; Bene S. Silber, George
Golden, Helen Hoffman, vice presidents; Sylvan Cole, honorary presi-
dent, and Dorothy Cole, board member.
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The annual flection meeting of
(In American Jewish Committee,
Palm Beach County Chapter, was
held recently, and a slate of
officers for 1981-82 was elected.
Arnold 1 Hoffman was re-elected
lo a second term as President,
and George Golden. Helen Hoff-
man and Ilene S. Silber will serve
as vice-Presidents. Janice Denner
will be Secretary and Mary
Blicher will serve as Treasurer.
Elected to the Board of Directors
are: Roxanne Axelrod, Linda
Cohen. Dorothy Cole, Alec
Jacobson, Ann Leibovit, Shepard
Lesser. Thelma Newman, Ber-
nard I'lisskin. Murray D. San-
dier, I-ouis M. Silber, Dr. Stanley
H. Tunick, Dr. Benjamin Wacks
and Judy Zeidel. Sylvan Cole
continues to serve as the
Honorary President of the
Chapter. The Honorary Board is
comprised of Carolyn Haft.
Judge Louis Kapner, Maurice
Magid, William W. Wachtel and
Dr. Joseph Wunsch.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee founded in 1906 is the pioneer
human relations agency in the
United States. It protects the
civil and religious rights of Jews
here and abroad and advances
the cause of improved human re-
lations for all people.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee will be celebrating its
Seventy-Fifth Anniversary at a
Diamond Jubilee to be held in
Washington, D.C. from May 13
to 17. A delegation from the local
chapter will be attending. Among
the delegates are Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold J. Hoffman, Dr. and Mrs.
Elliot Klorfein, George Golden,
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Cole and
Dr. I laviva Langenauer.
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.
Why
The Big
Tzimmes
Over
Tetley's
Tiny
Little Tea
Leaves?
TINY IS TASTIER. THAT'S WHY!
Gourmets have always known that! That's why
they buy tiny peas. Tiny baby lamb chops. And
the same goes for tea leaves. The most flavorful
are the tiny young leaves. The kind of leaves
Tetley packs into every tea bag. That's why hot
or iced, Tetley Tea gives you rich, refreshing
flavor. Tetleythe favorite tea in Jewish homes
since 1875.
K Certified Kosher
A CENTURY OLD TRADITION
Put a new bright taste into your brisket
Canfea Vegetable MuUnl Saace
ft cup green beans. I" pieces,
fresh or frozen
Vi cup diced celery
ft cup chopped onions
ft cup cauliflower florets, fresh or frozen
6 tablespoons Gulden's Mustard
2 tablespoons Pineapple juke
Blanch all the vegetables in boiling water for 7
minutes; drain. Combine with Gulden's Mustard
and pineapple juke. Store in refrigerator. Serve
with cold or hot meats such as brisket, pas
trami. corned beef, salami and bologna.
Makes approximately 2 cups.
Cook
it with
GULDEN'S'
rndtyMaatai-dSaacs
ft cup chopped apple
ft cup chopped pear
ft cup chopped canned
cling peaches
ft cup raisins
6 tablespoons Gulden's Mustard
1 tablespoon cling peath syrup
GULDEN*
Vicv gtow-
Mf.TfcSO
Blanch apples and pears in boiling water for 5
minutes: drain. Add peaches, raisins, Gulden's
Mustard and peach syrup; stir well. Store in re-
frigerator. Serve with cold or hot meats such as
brisket, pastrami, corned beef, salami and
bologna. Makes 2 cups.
The Mustard good enough to cook with a t*+m rn*
BRAN CHEX...
the Better Bran Cereal
Bran Chex is a high-fiber bran cereal that helps keep you
regular like other bran cereals. But it tastes great and
stays crispier in milk. In fact, in our taste tests, people
preferred Bran Chex cereal over Kellogg's All Bran,
Kellogg's Bran Buds and Nabisco 100% Bran.
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JCC Happenings
Senior News
Okeechobee Blvd. West
Palm Beach Electrical ap
pliatv *** lmps.
clothing, drapes, home baked
. knick knacks, and nun
dreda of other items wiU be on
sale
ablt
Refreshments will be v,
Call the Center fa,**
ditwnal information at 6S9-77qq
Please note that the Cenur wia
be closed on Monday. Mav 25
observance of Memorial Day. ^
hiaiah Community Center.
-onior Service
-i>m a
-.. Title III of the
Vawrimu \.t awarded
\rvawide Council
the Florida
MRS enabling
pni\ ide transportation for
- idvantaged a> well
of revrvation and
B .: KTVJ
Speak Out Enjoy an after-
i|- -:i>n. friendship
A -,-r. Kenton.
iis ion Wader, on Monday at
* ill be no sessions
ntA of May Please
: .>r f urt h
I ton
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women Joe (Ireenberg. group
- for the men. and Sylvia
p lip leader for the
D. conduct lively disc_-
- cunomics
. urrvnt e\rnt< on Tue-
at 1 r. during the
if May there will be no
- ssaons OB Tuesday. May 19.
Speakers Chib Herbert
im :tes all
interested in public
this group.
which mn> B Thursdays at 10
Dine Om Luncheon at
.'.1 be held
DOBtk For further in-
D
at thr
The Second Tuesday Chib -
<*ill hold its monthly meetir.
at the Center.
Rubin. President Ruth
".. announces
-peak
tous Men in J
V persons *:*. h May
inrth. -onored at the
rasa Bait
im bora .-. May.
Haofck Insurance Round Table
-
-
- -
t-.s. questions
ever> third Thu I the
month a 2 p.m
Artist of the Month Our
for the month of "
Ethel Bonne, a self-taught H
She ill be exhibiting her paint-
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The Jewish Floridian of Pdm^eachCounty_
Friday. May ty
1981
Haig Says Israel 'Understandable'
Hassidic Film Cited
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) Secretary of Stat
Alexander Haig told new -
paper editors that whi
concern being expressed b)
Israel over the Reagan Ad-
ministration's proposed
multi-billion dollar arms
package to Saudi Arabia
was "understandable,"
some of it is a "reflection of
a lot of misinformation and
exaggeration in terms of
the capabilities of the
system."
Haig was not specific but
apparently his remarks were in
line with the briefing given
reporters by a senior White
House official, who stressed that
U.S. military and civilian person-
nel would l needed to maintain
and operate the AWACS.
THE OFFICIAL, who was not
identified, said that 30 U.S. Air
Force personnel and about 410
American civilians hired by
Booing and other defense con-
tractors, will be needed to fly,
operate and maintain the five
AWACS the Administration
wants to sell to Saudi Arabia.
Hut the Administration still has
not made clear what the eventual
role of the American personnel
will be when the Saudis take
complete title to the planes.
Haig's remarks were made in
response to questions following
his address to the American
Society of Newspaper Editors at
the Washington-Sheraton Hotel.
Haig did not refer to the sale to
the Saudis of the AWACS nor to
enhancement equipment for the
(>2 F-15s already sold to the
Saudis during his speech which
dealt with the direction of Ameri-
can foreign policy in general
under the Reagan Administra-
tion.
Haig said no decision has been
made on sending the arms
request to Congress. He urged
everyone to first look at "the
technical arrangements and
modalities for transferring the
system" and not prejudge it.
request last year, the Carter Ad-
NOTING THAT the Carter ^nislration "reassessed the
Administration had assured Con- silualjon and agreed to supply
gress. when it approved the sale the arms except for a "nuance of
difference on aerial surveillance."
JOCQUES GERRIQUES
"La Chamade's" owner-hosts
Jacques and Micheline Gerrigue
who are undeniably charmingly
French, with Jacques' roots in the
restaurant business originating
in his grandmother's hotel-
restaurant business in the
Perigord region of France, is
enjoying real popularity in Palm
Beach County.
Jacques' credentials are very
impressive. He studied in France
and has three listings under the
American Culinary Academy
The Academy of Chefs; Lea Amis
D'Escoffier; and Certified Master
Chefs. Jacques is also listed with
New York's renowned
Association of Chefs de' Cuisine
of America. Every dish is
prepared to order under Jacques'
close supervision. The menu is a
gourmet's delight and makes
quick decisions impossible.
Complete dinners are available,
including a choice of three ap-
petizers, three desserts and a
selection of three entrees. La
Chamade also offers a nightly
chef's special.
of the F-15s to Saudi-Arabia in
1978, that there would be no
further sales to enhance the of-
fensive capabilities of the plane,
Haig said this assurance was
given at a time when the
strategic situation in the Middle
I'.ast was "fundamentally very
different" from the present
situation.
He said that since then there
has been the overthrow of the
Shah's regime in Iran, the Soviet
invasion of Afghanistan, and
whole new security threats to the
area. When, it was noted, that
arms were provided to the Shah
of Iran, the U.S. argued that this
would stabilize the region and
hold down the price of oil, Haig
replied tersely that the Reagan
Administration would not have
responded to the situation in Iran
as did the Carter Administration,
fie did not elaborate.
Haig also said that when the
Saudis made their new arms
HE SAID the Carter Ad-
ministration agreed to follow the
Reagan Administration to make
its own judgement and did not
send the request to Congress
because it wanted to make a joint
effort with the new Republican
Administration, which rejected
the idea, preferring to make its
own proposal.
On another matter, Haig
stressed that the plight of Soviet
Jews and others oppressed in the
USSR was a top concern of the
Reagan Administration. He said
that at the Madrid conference on
the Helsinki accords the U.S. was
seeking to persuade the Soviets
lo release Jewish refuseniks now
in prisons or labor camps. He
said that, thus far, the U.S. has
been "notoriously unsuccessful"
i in budging the Soviets from their
"intransigence," but added
nevertheless there has been suc-
cess but not much.
NEW YORK (WNS) -
"The Return: A Hassidic Ex-
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filmed in the Crown Heights
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May 15.1981
Jewish Floridian of Palm BeachCounty
THERE IS JUST ONE WAY TO BE SURE YOU'LL SEE THE BEST OF
BROADWAY IN 1982... SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEW
ROYAL POINCIANA PLAYHOUSE!
A LETTER FROM ZEV BUFMAN... TO THE PEOPLE OF PALM BEACH COUNTY
On Tuesday, December 29, 1981, it
will be my singular pleasure to as-
sume the reins of your beautiful
Royal Poinciana Playhouse. This is a
moment of great pride for me, one
that I will respect and treasure, for it
will offer still another opportunity to
bring a thriving community the very best that
Broadway has to offer.
Please share my confidence that something won-
derful Js happening. From the gala openings on
Tuesday nights, to an added second week for each
production, to elegant remodelling, every effort
will be made to assure that the 1982 Royal Poin-
ciana Playhouse season will bring to you the very
best that Broadway has to offer.
THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING
AND THE ROYAL POINCIANA PLAYHOUSE IS JUST THE PLACE...
f HAVE BEEN SOLD IN THE LAST FOUR WEEKS, \
MORE THAN WAS SOLD IN ANY OF
THE LAST FIVE YEARS AT THE ROYAL
POINCIANA PLAYHOUSE.
MANY GOOD SEATS ARE STILL AVAILABLE ?
IF YOU HURRY! ^/g?
BE WITH US FROM THE BEGINNING
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CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS; For current subscribers this is the
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eete or ask for improvement of your current seats. Please re-
member there is an tire second week of performances from
which to request better seats. Any additional seats or seat im-
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basis. Th eerHw the postmark, the? beittear the scats.
So please complete the enclosed coupon and return it as soon
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if they choose.
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All Matinees at 2PM 116 00
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Page 12
The Jewish Flnridian of Palm Beach County
Magda Winter to Give Workshop
teachers of our schools. Atten-
dance at these two-day workshop
sessions is certain to improve the
quality and effectiveness of the
teaching of Hebrew in our
schools.
I)r Elizabeth Freilich is Chair-
person of the Jewish Education
Committee of Federation. The
Educators' Council is composed
of all the Education Directors
and Rabbis in West Palm Beach.
JCC Health Fair
Magda Winter, Instructor in
the leaching of Hebrew in the
College of Jewish Studies at the
Juwish Theological Seminary in
New York, will be the resource
leader for a two-day workshop for
teachers of the Jewish schools of
Palm Beach County. Teachers in
schools in the Orlando area have
also been invited to attend.
The workshop, "Methods and
Materials in the Effective Teach-
ing of Hebrew," sponsored by the
Educators' Council of Palm
Beach County and the Jewish
Education Committee of Jewish
Federation, and co-sponsored by
Behrman House will be held
Wednvsdav und Thursday, May
20 und 21 from !>:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. ai Temple Roth El, 2815 N.
I'laglcr I )ri\ e.
Mrs Winter, widely recognized
.is one of i be outstanding teacher-
trainers in the field of Hebrew
language, is the author of a scries
of Hebrew stories used lor direct
language study; student work-
hook ami grammar supplement of
the Pictorial Hebrew Description
for Book I of the Hebrew and
Heritage language series. A Ms. Shirley Wittenberg, a nurse who volunteered her time at the
g-aduate of N VII, she conducted Jewish Community Center's Health Fair, which was held April 12 at
seminars and workshops in major 'he Center, is shown helping some of the many people who attended.
Jewish communities throughout
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Among the areas that will be
covered in the workshop are:
comparison of Hebrew language
programs; unique elements in
leaching Hebrew; demonstration
lessons; leaching reading,
writing, grammar and the He-
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supplementary materials.
These workshops are part of
the on-going in-service pro-
fessional growth programs
conducted by the Jewish
Educators' Council in co-
operation with The Jewish Edu-
cation Committee. Credit
towards certification will be
given each teacher attending the
full workshop.
Kuth Levow, Chairperson of
the Educators' Council and ,n.e of the busiest corners at the Jewish Community Center's Health
Educational Director of Temple air was the blood screening. The event was held April 12 at the
Beth El stated that "since the Center and several hundred people attended.
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is one of the most difficult areas
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due to the limitations in our
schools of time and other factors.
Therefore, it is very exciting for
our community to be able to
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Page 13
[JSL: We Gave No Green Light to Israel
.david friedman
Washington -
_ The U.S. declares
. has not given Israel
teen light" for any
U action in Lebanon.
I State Department
Lman Dean Fischer
,,.; io say whether the
[approved or disap-
1| the shooting down
I) Syrian helicopters
iael Air Force planes
ebanon last week.
also called on all
jni- in the world. "in-
Itht' Soviet Union." to "do
M 10 calm the situation"
limn He denied that the
singling out the USSR
Iconneclion, saying only
laihinglon wanted the
l'to exercise their good
,,, help calm the
He revealed that
Soviet Ambassador
Dobrynin met with
Sloessel, Undersecretary
for Political Affairs.
Ihanon was one of the
cussed.
VKIN(> Hi- statement on
I. Fischer -aid he wanted
|f u fully clear that the
not given a green light
in undertake any mil-
linn in Lebanon. On the
the U.S. has under-
hit'iisivc and sustained
lilh all guvernments and
kuiill) all part it's which
|i influence or interest in
ninis in Lebanon, in
irin>; about a stable
lie stressed later that
-'" (Ini'v not include the
Liberation ()r-
Fisiher added: "Particularly
at this tense moment. I do not
want to make any detailed
comment about what has been
happening other than to urge
that all involved in these recent
dangerous events observe the ut-
most restraint so that tensions
can Ik- decreased."
Fischer's only explanation for
his statement was that there had
been news reports indicating that
the U.S. supported Israeli actions
in Lebanon. He would not
comment on the reported state-
ment by Israeli Premier
\lenachem Begin that Washing-
ton antl Jerusalem agreed that
there should be a return to the
status quo in Lebanon
FISCHER HAD said that Sy
ria's capture of two Christian
held strongpoints on the I^b-
BIMM central mountain range
was a change of the status quo
thai concerned the U.S.
lie also declined to comment
on suggestions that Israel's
escalation of its air raids in
Lebanon could be seen in the
context of the recent statement
l>\ National Security Adviser
Richard Allen that Israel was
justified in the "hot pursuit" of
terrorists into Ix-hanon.
It became clear to observers
here that the State Department
was divorcing itself from reports
that Israel's latest moves in
Lebanon had the blessings of the
U.S. According to Fischer, the
U.S. is "seeking a return to
normal" in Lebanon, and there is
"no way I^ebanon can become
normal unless all parties exercise
restraint."
Zim Ship Survivors Say They
Urged Captain to Call For Help
TEL AVIV (JTA) Survi-
vors of the Zim Lines' bulk
carrier Me/.ada which sank in the
Atlantic Ocean near Bermuda
Mar. 8 told a board of inquiry in
Haifa that they had urged Capt.
(ieru Levin, the ship's master, to
summon help much earlier that
he had done, but that he refused.
Levin was one of the 24 officers
and seamen who died in Israel's
worst mari lime disaster.
The survivors told the board of
With respect to the Soviet role,
while Fischer denied that Mos-
cow was being singled out, his re-
marks obviously were a signal to
the USSR which has been
supplying Syria and the
Palestinians and which has
reportedly threatened to exercise
its friendship treaty with Syria.
"The viok-nce in Lebanon has
gone on far too long," Fischer
said in urging all governments to
help calm the situation there.
inquiry, which was appointed by
Transport Minister Haim
Landau, that they had warned
Ijevin that the 19.(MX)-ton vessel
was taking on water the day
before she sank, that they
suspected there was something
wrong with the rudder, and that
the ship was leaking oil. But
Levin claimed, they said, that the
damage did not warrant calling
for assistance, which would have
cost about $1 million.
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Friday, m
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The American Jewish Committee held its Annual Awards Dinner re-
cently and honored Phyllis Girard and William J. Brooks, Co-Chair
persons of the Holocaust Commemoration Commission. The honorees
received the Sylvan Cole Human Relations Award. Shown (left to
right) William J. Brooks, Sylvan Cole, honorary president of the Palm
Reach County Chapter, AJC, and Phyllis Girard.
A group of Holocaust Survivors and one of their children attended the
American Jewish Committee Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Dinner in
honor of Phyllis Girard and William J. Brooks receiving the Sylvan
Cole Human Relations Award for their work on the Holocaust Com-
memoration Commission. Seated (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Henri
Bouton, Ms. Rebecca Greenstein. Standing, Mrs. Joan Bauer, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Fox, Mrs. Rachel Greenstein, and Mr. and Mrs. Maxi-
milian Kaufmann.

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State Dep't. Firm
Won't Condemn Syria's Action
WASHINGTON -
(JTA)- The State Depart-
ment has refused to
condemn Syrian action in
Lebanon although it ex-
presses "concern" about
the Syrian army's capture
of two high points on the
spine of Mt. Lebanon.
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Dean Fischer said Syrian control
<>f those points which overlook
the central coastal plain of
Lebanon on the West and the
Heka valley on the east is "a

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major change in the status quu"
because they hud been held by
Maronite Christian forces since
the winter thaw. But Fischer
refused to say if the U.S. position
has changed toward the Syrian
role in Lebanon.
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Lebanon as part of an all-Arab
peacekeeping force in 1976 to end
the civil war there. In recent
months, it has been fighting
against Lebanese Christians.
Fischer said the U.S. was
deeply concerned'" over the "es-
rotation <>f violence'' in Lebanon
and the dimensions oi the
human tragedy which in (the
< hnstian town) Zahle, Beirut and
south Lebanon" have caused
death and injuries to many
l'"p]>' and forced others to flee
their homes.
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Department on the situation in
Lebanon Evron would not dis-
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>arochial Parents Should Pay
line
ntinuedfromPage4
(jng to opt out of is public
x by repayment through
income tax credit, the
, that arises as a third
iration Ls whether the
come tax system should
d in such a way that the
ml taxpayer has the right
1 a particular tax situa-
iy not like.
'HE abstract, the answer
vant because the set of
,ns defined by the
has already been in
c for years. Special in-
n American society have
of tax benefits not avail-
the rest of us, as for ex-
business.
if your business happens
ay. oil business, you have
peculiar to this kind of
in piled upon the other
Of if your business
, to involve investments
then you have still others
E lop of them. The per-
il, ,ni(l combinations of
|K,nl S|M>nsored private
aking are infinite.
mr business happens to be
f, itself, except in the case
importable salary, why
hi pa) ii" institutional
all not on income, not
stale, not on fringe bene-
niii-lv intended to cir-
reportabk salary, not
m loosely-documented
k economic enterprise.)
[i- how the rich get richer,
why some millionaires
in .i dime in income taxes.
Benefits so far outstrip
lomethat their annual net
[,m easily !m' adjusted to
Ined in these terms.
\i\ Jmrs and others who
I'm k wood-Moynihan
have everything going
<>n their side of the argu-
lIN the end. what it must
pwn lo is what will happen
|pul)lii- school system if
Hul Moynihan passes.
automatically, it will
bn even greater exodus
le public school system of
era bound for private
|>l the figures I have read
"ii- the impact, there can
|'uli that public schools
I" u ll,ss f revenues that
can only make their present
shabby status even shabbier.
Indeed, current statistics indi-
cate that proposed tax credits to
parents of children in parochial
schools will mean a higher federal
outlay by nearly two times for
students in parochial school than
public funding now available for
students attending the public
school system.
None of this should be con-
strued as an attack on those who
wish to send their children to
whatever kind of school they
choose. It merely says that those
who make the choice must be
prepared to pay for it.
FURTHERMORE, it says
that present-day inequities in the
income tax system, already
loaded so that the bulk of the cost
of the nation's business falls
heaviest on those least able to
afford it, should not be loaded
even more heavily against them,
as will occur if Packwood-Moy-
nilian is successful. Why should
they have lo pay for the privilege
others choose in a private school
option?
Finally, it is a plea to Orthodox
.lows to recognize that their
alliance in this with Roman
Catholic and fundamentalist
Protestant groups can not be an
easy one. The immediate goal
to get someone else to pay for
what they want to buy may be
a common one.
Hut ultimately, the educational
ideate involved are hardly the
same. American Jews, certainly
of my generation, owe a profound
debt of gratitude to the American
public school system. Many of us
would not be what we are today
professionally, economically,
personally without the educa-
tion it gave us free of charge, in
many cases even through college.
AMERICAN Jews, especially
Orthodox Jews, should have
nothing but the highest regard
for book-learning freely
dispensed. They should be among
the last to want to deal our public
School system a mortal blow.
Pack wood-Moynihan may, in
the end. take care of their spe-
cialized tuition needs, and they
may see this as good. But Pack-
wood-Moynihan will also, in the
end. be a strong argument for
further intrusion of sectarian
religious practices into public
institutional life as a whole, and
this they can surely not see as
good, no matter who their allies
may be right now.
If Orthodox Jews pressing for
passage of Packwood-Moynihan
are so concerned about the sur-
vival of Israel that they are will-
ing to attack fellow-Jews for their
Conservative or Reform beliefs
'became they consider them to be
threatening, then why should
they not be equally concerned
about the survival of America?
For in more than a small way,
that is what is at stake in the
absurd Packwood-Moynihan Bill
the survival of America and
the survival of a rockbed
American institution, public
; education.
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Th,
^Snoridian of Palm Ueach County
f-'riday. Ma
l'e &abbtmcal Coordinated by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman
devoted to diicuiiion of tbeewi end iu%
relevont to Jewiih Iffe past end prMtrrt
Sustaining the Marriage Relationship
By RABBI
BENJAMIN ROSAYN
Thus Isaac took Rebekah
and sh- became his wife: and he
It'll in low with her and loved her
IGentsu 24:67). The
sft|ui'!itf (above) is seemingly
rvverwd because Jewish wisdom
leurhca it is nt)l enough to fall in
ln\c ami iht-n marry. Marriage il-
m II is n>U ihe culmination! The
accentuation. emphasis. and
urgency is on the enduring.
growing, and maturing love
throughout the many years
thereafter.
This season of the year has for
long been a |x>pular time for
weddings. May I. through the
words of this Rabbi's message,
express my congratulatory Mazol
To\ (o all who mark and cele-
brate wtdding anniversaries
during this season and indeed, at
any I ime of the year.
Most couples occasionally look
back with nostalgia on the
romantic beginnings of their love.
The bonds which now link them
to each other are real and deep,
yel the remember the earlier ex-
hilaration, when each encounter
Has an adventure, long anti-
cipated, and long remembered.
They sometimes feel as though
all the sparkle, all the poetry has
gone out of their lives.
Their complaint is in some
sense true, but they do not fully
understand the meaning of the
change which has taken place in
their lives. The excitation was a
necessary stimulant to courtship.
It was necessary to overcome the
resistance to the loss of in-
dependence, which is in some
respects inevitable when two
lives are to be merged into one. A
tree, in the early stages of its
transplantation needs special
nurture, and so do people at the
time of the most radical change in
their lives. Yet. ones in-
dividuality and self-expression
need not be forfeited!
The stimulant recedes when it
has accomplished its purpose. In-
deed its persistence might
become a hindrance, since these
(young) people whose pursuit of
each other has ended with the'
prize won. now have other things
lo do. They must begin the prose
of everyday life They must begin
lo share the rigors of living, lo
lace common tasks, to help each
other in their climb towards the
new hori/.ons opening in their life
together.
The thin kindling-wood gives
off a brilliant shooting and
sparkling flame, firecrackers
but that flame cannot last, and
does noi give out warmth. Its
function is lo ignite the heavy
kig. which will burn with less
sparkle, less glitter, but ith the
most glowing steadiness. The fire
of later years is not as brilliant as
the blaze which burned out at the
beginning but it is firmer, surer,
warmer.
Let us not permit the kindling
wood to flare up and burn itself
ut in a beautiful but brief ex-
hibit of name, without being sure
it ignites the thicker log for the
more enduring fire.
That you and you may cele-
brate many wedding anni-
versaries, over the long years, as
vour rabbi again re-solemnizes
your original vows of love and
devotion is my sincere.
prayerful wish!
German Society Chief
Says He Supports Begin
By HUGH ORGEL
TEL AVIV (JTAI Asher
Hen Nat an, president of the
Israel-West German Friendship
Society, and former Israel Am-
bassador to Bonn, told a press
conference here the Society fully
supported Prime Minister
Menachem Begin's sharp
criticism of West German Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt Sunday.
lie said the society in Israel
would urge its sister Society in
Germany and the "very many" in
Schmidts own party who dis-
agree with his new policy line "to
lift their voices in protest."
BEN-NAT AN said Schmidt's
"open flirtation with the Arabs
could jeopardize the delicate rela-
tionship between West Germany
and Israel."
He said he thought the change
in policy was "economic expedi-
"u\ '. ener*> expediency on
which he is trying to base a new
policy."
But he thought it was also part
of a "wish to turn their backs
completely on the past, to say
what has been has been. We have
paid for it enough now leave us
alone.
"Now we have to make a
German policy, and a German
policy alone, and nothing from
t he past can influence that policy
anymore.
This is actually the gist of
what Schmidt is saying, and it is
a view held by a sizeable
proportion of the German people.
Local Synagogue News
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The Sabbath Service will start
at the usual hour of 8:30 p.m.
and Rabbi Joel Chazin will speak
on "Israel: What Are The
Sources Of Its Strength?"
Following the Service there
v. ill be a sit down Oneg Shabbat
featuring Israeli Delicacies and
music Cantor David Dardashti
will bring his Guitar and will
Entertain us with Israeli music
and lead us in song.
Everyone is invited to share in
this Happy Occasion.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its year-end monthly
meeting on Monday May 15 at
noon in Schwartzberg Hall, with
installation of newly elected
officers as follows:
President. Ann Small; vice
president membership, Evelyn
Guuag: vice-president
education Jewel Duberstein
vice president Human relations.
Kapetansky and Pearl
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Wiesen. treasurer. Tema Adler;
financial
secretary. Ida
SUNDAY MAY 17 Edna Hibel, Artist
SmimutOtHionwniran
firnot inn Q,CmaLM>oU
Nathanson. recording secretary.
Lillian Dobrow; corresponding
"?"*">;. Edith Grant Lun
cheonwdl be served
Everyone is cordially invited to
participate in the afternoon party
of Bndge. MahJong etc which
irasnHplease brin y"S
cards and equipment.
TEMPLfc BETH DAVID
Temple Beth David will hold-
*'> 15. 8 p.m. This will be an
opportunity to recognize and
EJSWBtE
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Aitz Chaim Congregation Century Villaa.
W. Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services 9 ,
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
m indl
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L. Kings Point, Oelray Beach 33446 Phono ji,.
irrv Silver. P it Daily services 8 a m *"*
499 9229 Harry Silver, President
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a.m.
Reform
Temple Israel
1901 North Fiagler Drive. West Palm Beach 33407 Phonem**
Rar ->i Irvina B. Cohen ..Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 0 rn*
Torah Seminars 1030 a.CTto
^ 8:15 p.m.Sat^
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton 33432. Phone
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath j
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with I
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street, Delray Beach. 33444 TL
Samuel Silvar President Lawrence Sommers (272-2908) M
services at 8:15 p.m.
Tample Beth Torah of Palm Beach County
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd i
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach Mailing address: 1125a-
Fine St.. West Palm Beach 33411 Rabbi Edward Conn Presioeil
Ronnie Kramer (793-2700) Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 pm
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Roadd mri
west of Boca Turnpike) The Frae Synagogue. P.O Box 3 Bocal
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111 Rabbi Benjamin Rosajn
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Golden Lakes Temple
1901 Golden Lakes Blvd., W. Palm Baach, Fl. 3341HFTMMtntj
William M. Mach*684-1958
,*, -.. : TamplaBethEl
Z815 North Fiagler Drive, West Palm Baach 33407. Phone: 833-C3M'
2S Howard J- H,r*ch Cantor Elaine Shapiro Sabbath Nm*|
rnaay at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Daily Mmyan it 8:15 im,|
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409 Phone Wj
3212'Office hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z. Scr**
man Cantor Mordecai Spektor Services daily 8:30 am *ndM
p.m. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. *j
cha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy.. Boynton Baach'
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 'RH*
Emanuel Eisenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays *
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, Paw
Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd.. North Palm Beach'.
Phone 845-1134 Rabbi William Marder Cantor Nicholas FenaW' I
Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p.m.. Saturday 10 am.
,-. M m Temple Beth Sholom
24 n.w. Avenue G'. Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman*
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nai Jacob
at Faith United Presbyterian Church, 275 Alemeida Drive, Pa*
Springs 33461 Phone: 965-1064 President Martin KrosMMky'
Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Mondays and
Thursday at 9 a.m.
Bnai Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton 33432?Phone: 932-8566 I
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services, Friday 815 p.m. Saturday 9:30am
wJftW Em,tn of *" D^y Hebrew Congregation]
nKh 2 A,ln'c Avenue. Delray Baach 33446 Phone: 496-3536'
paoo. Bernard Silver Cantor Benjamin Adler Sabbath seme*
way at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 9 a.m. Daily Mlnyans at 8:45 a.m. anJj
832-08W
Dardaahti Sabbath srica\J
i< ite Temple Emanu-El
Rahh.? .S?unty Road- Palm B**00 33480. Phone
S J1oeL,Cnin Cantor David
F"day at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
r. Temple Beth Zion
nl k ,LBu"d'no- 103 Roy*1 Plm Beach Blvd. Roysl
Beach Phone; 79^6021 President BryanSchwarU .Sabbath'
vices, Friday night at 8 p m \


lock Running Down
Reagan Urges Israel Exercise RestraintFor Now
By GIL SEDAN
lAndHUGHORGEL
JERUSALEM -
_ Israel was ex-
to reply affirmative-
an urgent message
President Reagan to
jier Menachem Begin
iay calling on Israel to
jn from any overt
Bures against Syria's
jyment of SAM-6 anti-
[aft missiles in Lebanon
the U.S. attempts, by
fmatic means, to defuse
gituation. Foreign Min-
Yitzhak Shamir,
[ing with Ambassadors
the European Econo-
Community (EEC)
Itries, made it clear
I Israel was still relying
olitical options.
political sources
led the official position that
vould try to avoid a mili-
lonfrontation with Syria but
, not acquiesce to the de-
ntil of the missiles on Leb-
r central mountain range.
i -aid that Syria had placed
pnal missiles on the Syrian-
|BK bonier over the week-
kui did not say on which
said there were three
Id batteries new inside
Ion.
tGAN's message was
wl personally by U.S. Am-
dor Samuel Lewis. Begin
pled a meeting with the
jet's Foreign Affairs and
Ity Committee to receive
rid then read the message to
fcommittee. He appeared
with its contents, indi-
; that the U.S. accepted in
pie Israel's demands that
lissiles be withdrawn from
inn
iris told reporters after his
Ing with Begin that there
(wn no progress so far on the
atic front but he did not
J the situation was "desper-
IHe said the U.S. would con-
I to do its utmost to resolve
natter, including contacts
Ithe Soviet Union which is
lined to have influence in
Ilscus. Lewis said he had no
nation to confirm reports
I the Syrians have placed
|missiles in Lebanon.
missiles were deployed
I Israeli fighter planes shot
[two Syrian helicopters over
W Lebanon last week as a
k to Syria to halt its at-
|on Christian forces. Syria
i that they will not be with-
)RDING TO report*
ferut today, Syria has
tne U.S. to put pressure on'
I to end its attacks on Leba-
P'plomatic sources in Beirut
at Syria wUl not change its
amp Shalom
en Bertisch, Director of
Puom for'81 for the Jew-
-nmumty Center is busily
WS for an C'"ng
Children will have the
wK ua fu" ex-
wnich includes tennis,
f 1 instruction, free
"I* and crafts,
"* new friends.
position despite hectic efforts by
the U.S. Embassy in Damascus.
Reagan's message arrived
when the feeling here was that
sports
I ne* treats are being
such as vi8its hom the
^PpeU'erstothecampand
l,n^t'ng guests. The
cl uhave their regular
Sh^bat Program. Call
est 7Z if yo have
eslns about camp.
Community Calendar
May 15
JEWISH FEDERATION tEADERSHIP DEVEtOPMENT RETREAT THRU
5-17 ORtANDO Temple Israel Sisterhood Installation of Of-
ficers- 8:15 p.m.
MayH
Hodassah Bat Gurion
May 17
Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith-
AAitzvah Council thru 5-19 Daytona Beach Jewish Community
Center Women's Association Women's Day JEWISH
FEDERATION JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED OF PBC GROUND
BREAKING CEREMONY 11 a.m.
May 18
Hadassah Tikvah 1 p.m. Jewish Family & Children's Service -
board 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith 3016 7:45 p.m. Temple Israel
Sisterhood-8 p.m. MIDRASHA GRADUATION -8:30 p.m.
May 19
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Installation Meeting Hadassah -
Henrietta Szold 1 p.m. Temple Beth David board 8 p.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m. Temple
Israel board 8 p.m.
May 20
B'nai B'rith North lodge Dinner Meeting Temple Beth Sholom
Sisterhood board 9:30 a.m. Pioneer Women Golda Meir -
board 1 p.m. Women's American ORT Palm Beach County
Rsgion boord 9:30 a.m. Jewish Community Center
Women's Association lOa.m. B'nai B'rith Tel Aviv- 7:30 p.m.
May 21
Women's American ORT Evening -board -8 p.m. Hadassah -
Yovel 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Ohav board 9:30 a.m.
May 23
JEWISH FEDERATION tEADERSHIP DEVEtOPMENT GRADUATION
May 25
B'nai B'rith Women Boynton Beach 1 p.m. Women's
American ORT Mid Palm -1 p.m.
May 26
Hadassah Aliya 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Masada board and
regular meeting 8 p.m. Temple Beth El Executive Board 8
p.m. Temple Beth El Men's Club board 8 p.m.
May 27
JEWISH FEDERATION BOARD OF DIRECTOR MEETING 8 p.m.
Temple Beth David Year End Dinner National Council of
Jewish Women Polm Beach luncheon noon
May 21
Hadassah Bat Gurion Installation II a. m. Hadassah Chai -
Installation Jewish Community Center Executive Committee -
8 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Medina 8 p.m. Congregation
Anshei Sholom Card Party 12 noon
"time is running out" for diplo-
matic means to be effective. But
opinion is divided on what other
measures to take. Begin stressed
that the Reagan Administration
is the most friendly toward Israel
in recent years, implying that
Israel should comply with the
American request to exercise
restraint. But committee
chairman Moshe Ahrens seemed
less optimistic when he emerged
from the meeting.
"It is very difficult to predict
how the Syrians behave," Arens
said, noting that President Hafez
Assad is beset with internal diffi-
culties. He would not say how
long he thought Israel should wit
for diplomatic efforts to succeed
before it took matters into its
own hands. But Labor MK Yassi
Sarid said he saw prospects that
the missiles would be removed
without resort to military means.
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