Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fred K. Shochet
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach

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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 Je wish Federation of Paim Booxh County
[Number 25
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, November 6,1981
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Price 35 Cents
r Nursing Home Facility
Foundation Approves $250,000 Challenge
resge
Jaldwin, Chairman
of The Kresge
las informed the
tion of Palm Beach
be Foundation has
lallenge grant of
$260,000 toward the construction
of the nursing home facility
presently being developed under
Federation's planning and di-
rection. Payment of the grant is
conditional on raising the total
>r Joins Federation
Staff As Jewish
ication Coordinator
President of the
ion of Palm Beach
iced the appoint-
Furer as Coordi-
sh Education. In
announcement
ted "Jewish edu-
)tne a priority for
deration, and we
M Mr. Furer will
lion in our corn-
Jew Jersey, Max
[his bachelors de-
1 MA in Adminis-
University of
^rnia and studied
John Hopkins
iso studied Rab-
iabbinical Semi-
University, and
Durses in Judaica
julosophy at the
Judaism, Los
a.
lie has served as
irector of Com-
Congregational
nore, Maryland;
fewish Academy;
'.1 in Buffalo, and
Rational Associa-
Dlis, Indiana. He
\e Dean of Pacific
and as the
Department of
bes of the Ameri-
[ for Jewish Edu-
also Executive
bureau of Jewish
puthern New Jer-
ently was the
ctor for South
Max M. Furer
Orange, New Jersey.
Mr. Furer has been a lecturer
and consultant for various educa-
tional programs around the coun-
try and has been a guest speaker
for the United Jewish Appeal in
the midwest communities. He
has published various articles on
Jewish educatiori and holds both
a teacher's and principal's
license.
"We are very fortunate to have
a man of Max Furer's stature join
the Federation staff," stated Dr.
Elizabeth S. FreUich, Chairman
of the Jewish Education Com-
mittee of the Jewish Federation.
"His varied background and ex-
pertise will help coordinate vital
community Jewish education
programs."
Lounces 1981 P.R.
Winners Palm Beach
itures Top Honors
NY The
programs of
stions in Palm
I Ottawa and Den-
top honors in
city category of f
Relations compe-
i annually by the
'ih Federations,
^petition drew
[entries, the most
aistory of the con-
federations parti-
al competition,
city category, the
^tions of Miami,
York and Loa
lie leading award
ICounty captured
|e cities top spot
Is, winning for its
newspaper, radio and TV adver-
tisements "Fulfill The Promise,"
as well as for its slide snow
"Palm Beach County Goes to
Israel" Denver and Ottawa
gained three awards each.
Announcement of the awards
was made by Nat Kameny, Chair-
man of the CJF Public Relations
Awards Committee and Presi-
dent of Kameny Communica-
tions. Formal presentation of the
awards will take place at the CJF
General Assembly in St. Louis,
November 10-16. Accepting the
awards for the Jewish Federation
of Palm Beach County will be
Jeanne Levy, President of the
Jewish Federation, Staci Lesser,
past Public Relations Co-Chair-
man and Ronni Tartakow, Direc-
tor of Public Relations.
funds required to complete the
project and on assurance that the
actual project contract cost is
within available resources.
The 120 bed non-sectarian
facility under construction on
North Haverhill Road, West
Palm Beach, will be operated as
the Jewish Home for the Aged,
Inc., a non-profit corporation,
and as a beneficiary agency of the
Jewish Federation. It will be
available for aged residents with-
in the local five county area who
may need custodial and nursing
care. An applicant's financial
situation will have no bearing on
eligibility. The Home will also
serve hundreds of aged who are
not residents of the Home
through day care and other aux-
iliary services.
The Jewish Federation grant is
one of 176 charitable organiza-
tions in 39 states, the District of
Columbia and Canada, granted in
1981 by The Kresge Foundation
of Troy, Michigan, after con-
sidering 1,551 qualified pro-
posals. The majority of this
grant, totaling $33,354,000, were
toward projects involving
construction or renovation of
facilities. Most grant recipients
had raised initial funds toward
their respective projects before
requesting Foundation assist-
ance. Grants were then awarded
on a challenge basis, requiring
the raising of the remaining
funds and thereby insuring com-
pletion of the projects.
The Kresge Foundation was
created solely by the personal
gifts of the late Sebastian S.
Kresge. Since 1924, appro-
priations ot over 9416 million
have been made to institutions in
the areas of higher education,
health care, and related services,
the arts and humanitities, social
welfare, science, conservation
and religion.
To assure that funds for con-
struction of the Home will be
fully raised and qualify for the
Kresge challenge grant, a
building fund campaign is under-
way headed by Erwin H.
Blonder, President of the Home;
Honorary Chairman Nathan
Appleman, prominent Palm
Beach businessman and civic
leader; and Alan L. Shulman,
immediate past president of the
Jewish Federation, under whose
administration the Home as
planned. i
Israel 'Will Cope' With
Dangerous Threat of AWACS
Prime Minister Menachem Be-
gin, following a special meeting
of the Israeli Cabinet last Thurs-
day at which discussion centered
on the approval given the day be-
fore by the U.S. Senate to sell
AWACS and other sophisticated
military hardware to Saudi
Arabia, said: "We will have to
cope with the new threat to our
peace."
President Ronald Reagan, who
pressured many Senators who
were opposed to the sale into
voting for it, sent a message to
Begin assuring that "America re-
mains committed to help Israel
retain its military and technolog-
ical advantages."
Begin, who said the sale of $8.5
billion violates the Camp David
peace accord and called it a
matter of "financing terror" be-
cause of Saudi'8 support of the
PLO, responded to Reagan's
message with this comment:
"We hope that these words will
be carried into realization."
Both of Florida's Senators.
Lawton Chiles and Paula Haw-
kins, voted against the sale. They
were in the group of 48 Senators
who lost the fight to veto the sale
when 52 Senators voted for it.
Editorially, the Miami Herald
wrote "Time will prove the folly
of selling $8.5 billion worth of so-
phisticated U.S. arms to a regime
that is hardly more stable than
the Saharan sands of its
domain."
Reagan said that U.S. recog-
nizes "that a strong Israel is es-
sential to our basic goals in that
area the cause of peace is
again on the march in the Middle
East."
This week Reagan and White
House aides will be meeting Jor-
dan's King Hussein to get him to
join "the march to peace." And
next month Reagan will be
meeting with Saudi's Crown
Prince Fahd.
The sale of the spy planes and
the sidewinder missiles and other
military armament going to
Saudi Arabia, according to Israel
Defense Minister Ariel Sharon,
makes this "the greatest danger
facing Israel" He said that the
radar planes would be able to de-
tect every Israeli aerial move-
ment as well as the disposition of
planes on the ground.
In the Arab world there was
extra jubilation when news of the
Senate approval was learned. It
came on the start of the Moslem
new year. Newspapers in Riyadh
and Jidda in Saudi reported peo-
ple were "jubilant ... a double
celebration for the radar plane
triumph and the Islamic new
year.
promise.


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1981 CJF General Assembly To Probe
Major Issues On Federation Agendas
NEW YORK, NY Over 100
workshops, four major plenahes
and six important forums reflect-
ing every major issue facing Jew-
ish Federations at home and
abroad are included in the agenda
of the 50th General Assembly of
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations which convenes
November 10-15 in St. Louis.
Preliminary registration fi-
gures indicate an attendance of
well over 2.500 representatives
from the 200 Jewish Federations
in the United States and Canada
which comprise the CJF.
Nazi Hardship Cases Helped
By Local J.F. and C.S.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc.. is cooperating with
the Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany.
Inc. in assisting members of our
local Palm Beach County Jewish
community in completing a
Hardship Fund registration
form. Jewish victims of Nazi per-
secution who have not made
claims against the German
government before now have an
opportunity to file applications
not later than December 31. The
Hardship Fund is "intended pri-
marily to handle applications
from such Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution who left Eastern
Europe after 1965, when the
deadline for filing claims under
the German indemnification laws
expired. Other persecutes who
failed for very valid reasons to
file timely indemnification claims
in past years may also apply to
the Hardship Fund."
Members of our local Jewish
community who feel they may
fall into these categories should
contact Stephen Levitt. ACSW,
Executive Director. Jewish
Family and Children's Service of
Palm Beach County. Inc., at 684-
1991.
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SAVE THE DATE
5TH ANNUAL MIDEAST
CONFERENCE
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: UNITED STATES
SENATOR LAWTON CHILES OF FLORIDA
And
Yehoshua Trigor. Newly Appointed Consul General of
Israel for the Southeastern Region, Atlanta, Georgia
The Future of the Middle East Following the AWACS
Vote and the Sadat Assassination: American and .
Israeli Perspectives
Sunday-November 22,1981 7:30 p.m.
TEMPLE BETH EL SANCTUARY
2815 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach, Florida
Sponsored by: Israel Mideast Task Force of the Community
Relations Council of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
in Cooperation with Temple Beth El.
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Sundays, 10:30 am
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Sponsored by the Jewish Federation
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,
Tune in to "MOSAIC
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Sundry morning over WPTV Channels, at 830 am.
wMh hosts Barbara Shutman and Steve Gordon
Sunoay November 8 Jewish Hone far the Aged
The opening GA Plenary Ses-
sion on Wednesday evening,
Nov. 11. will mark the official
commencement of CJF's 50th
Anniversary Year. The major ad-
dress of the evening will be
delivered by CJF President
Morton L. Mandel of Cleveland.
The Plenary will also include the
premiere showing of "50 Years,"
an audio-visual review of the past
half-century of North American
Jewish history as seen through
the eyes of CJF Past Presidents.
"Covenant and Community." an
original musical composition
with narrative, will also highlight
the opening Plenary.
On Thursday evening, the
Assembly will convene again for
a second Plenary session on
"American Foreign Policy and
Jewish Concerns." The Saturday
evening Plenary will be devoted
to a special cultural offering, and
the closing Plenary session on
Sunday morning, Nov. 15. will
include videotaped highlights of
the entire 1981 G A.
Six Forums are planned to pro-
vide intensive discussion on to-
pics of primary concern to the
Federation community in 1982:
'The Jew in the Non-Jewish
World"; "Ethiopian Jews A
Community in Peril"; "Jews in
the Soviet Union: Managing the
Current Crisis"; "Peace in the
Middle East The Role of North
American Jewry" and "Jewish
Concern for Women's Rights:
Opportunities and Responsi-
bilities for Federations." On
Friday afternoon, November 13,
the final Forum, "Jewish Com-
munities in Distress Around the
World," will be preceded by a
march to the old courthouse in
St. Louis to demonstrate soli-
darity with all oppressed Jews.
Shabbat observance will in-
clude a Friday night address,
"The Jewish Immigrant Experi-
ence in North America. 1881-
1981." The Saturday Oneg Shab-
bat will be devoted to a public
affairs Seminar concentrating on
the Reagan Administration's
policies on key domestic and in-
ternational issues.
Also included in the 1981 GA
program will be sessions on is-
sues such as Soviet-Jewish In-
tegration into North American
Communities; The Needs of the
Jewish Disabled; The 1982 Cam-
paign; Cable Television; The
Jewish Family; The CJF-Bnai
B'rith Study on Hilld: Jewish
Singles in Community Life; De-
clining Federal Dollars for Hu-
man Services; Taxes and Phi-
lanthropy; The New Anti-
Semitism; The Changing Arab
World; Jewish Community
Newspapers, and others.
Women's Division leaders are
planning a variety of specialized
sessions, as is the CJF Leader-
ship Development Committee,
which will host appronnuw,
200 winners of local Federub
Leadership Develop^,
Awards. Student leaders Q
campuses throughout Nora
America will also take part inthe
GA.
The CJF is the association of
200 Federations. Welfare Funoj
and Community Councils whid,
serve nearly 800 communius
and embrace over 95 percent of
the Jewish population of tat!
United States and Canada
Established in 1932. the Coo-
ed serves as a national imm-
inent to strengthen the work and
the impact of Jewish Federation
through leadership in deveJopiat
programs to meet changing needs
in the Jewish community;
through the exchange of succee
ful experiences to assure the mat
effective community service;;
through establishing guidelines
for fund raising and operatic*
and through joint national pla-
ning and action on common pur-
poses dealing with local, regional,
national and international need*
Representing the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County a
the General Assembly in St
Louis will be Jeanne Levy, Prei-
dent; Barry Berg, Peter and June
Cummings, Staci Lesser, H. lr-
win Levy, Rabbi and Mm
William Marder, Alan L. aid
Barbara Shulman. Norman J.
Schimelman, Executive Director;
Stanley Hyman, Rabbi Alan R.
Sherman Ronni Tartakow and
Michael Zimmerman.
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rnday, November b, 1WJ1
Volume 7
HESHVAN5742
Number 25
Terrorism in the U.S.?
It was clear that ultimately it would come to
this. A Palestine Liberation Organization official
Sunday warned American Jews that they will be tar-
gets of PLO assassins if the United States extradites
Ziad Abi Eain to Israel for trial on charges that,
alledgedly, he planted a bomb in Tiberias in May.
1979, killing two and injuring 36.
Were the issue not the extradition of Eain, it
would be something else at some time in the near
future. The way in which Libya's Col. Khadafy has
been threatening his enemies in the U.S. for quite
some time now should, if nothing else, have been the
tipoff.
Thus, the legacy of unchecked international
terrorism becomes ours, no longer being confined to
Europe and the Middle East.
We must agree with official Israeli statements
this week that the bombing of a synagogue in Ant-
werp on Oct. 20 resulted directly from a growing in-
ternational tolerance of the PLO's dastardly crimes
as colorful freedom-fighting.
The threat this week by Hamed Abu Sitta, a
senior member of the PLO's executive committee in
Amman, that "Those (Americans) who have helped
the enemy (Israel) are known to us, and we can reach
them," should be intolerable, not just to American
Jews, but to Americans of all political and religious
persuasions.
All Americans Targeted
A case in point, if Sitta's threat fails to be con-
vincing, is the sudden recalling on Sunday of our
Ambassador to Italy Maxwell Rabb. It so happens
that Rabb, a Reagan appointee to the post, is Jew-
ish. But Rabb's recall from Rome was as a con-
sequence of a reported Khadafy threat to have him
assassinated in retaliation for our shooting down of
two Libyan jets late in the summer.
This sort of terrorism goes beyond the narrow
parochialism of Rabb's religion. It strikes at the
heart of American integrity in the arena of in-
ternational diplomacy. It should anger all
Americans, not just American Jews. Ditto, the
threat by the PLO's Sitta that Palestinian "revo-
lutionary courts" will try American Jews who have
"contributed toward the enemy's (Israel's) war ef-
forts ..."
By
Soviet Jewry Teak Force
Community Relations Council
Avrely Koifman lives in Odes-
sa with his wife Olga and their
eight year old daughter Luba.
The family filed emigration
papers in 1979. The same year
they received a refusal on the
Soviet claim that the invitation
from Israel did not come from a
close enough relative. Avrely "s
mother. Zoya. a 66-year-old
pensioner, is also waiting for an
exit visa.
After applying to go to Israel,
Avrely and Olga became more
religious. Avrely, who changed
his name to the Hebrew name
Avraham, speaks both English
and Hebrew. He and Olga ob-
serve the Jewish holidays by in-
viting other Jews to their home
to celebrate.
Since applying for a visa,
Avrely has suffered much
harassment by the KGB. Not
only did be lose his job, but he
has been arrested several times,
interrogated and beaten. Despite
this, his spirit remains unbroken.
A friend writes from Israel:
After applying for the visas,
the Koifman family was per-
secuted. Avrely was dismissed
from his work. Right now he has
some job, not professional one
just to exist (he is a doctor of
physics). Olga is working from
time to time, mainly as a char-
woman (her profession is the
English language teacher).
Avrely and Olga are religious
and the authorities try to prevent
them from celebrating Jewish
holidays. Avrely was arrested
several times by KGB and they
pressed him to break down his
spirit. Being under arrest he was
beaten (he has a written evidence
signed by a doctor who gave him
a treatment after one of his
arrests). Several times he was
questioned for eight hours
continuously and even
threatened to be murdered. How-
ever, the KGB did not succeed to
break his spirit. .
I am appealing to the world
community: please help Avrely
and Olga Koifman to obtain exit
visas from the USSR to Israel
They don't know any govern-
ment or military secret, every-
thing they want is to reunite with
their people and religion. Please,
don't let the KGB harass them
just for their religious feelings
and the desire to leave.
Avrely (Avraham) Koifman:
bom, June 29, 1949; occupation,
Physicist; marital, married to
Olga- born February I,
daughter, Luba, born '
1973. mother fcv,Jt.
December 6, 19i4 S& >
refused. 1979 l'*^-
Koifman, Krasny piA"
U5>bR, fnend in IiTyii
Kishmevaky. AnhaJaTpSft
Rosh Pina, I8rttei. "
Israel Sports Insiitutf
Remembers Moe Berg
clamation from the em,, kali
Williams, h* fit*
the Boston Red Sox-^ifi"^
ee and hear this pry i
wouldn't believe that euchj!
dividual existed in our world"
By HASKELL COHEN
TEL AVIV (JTA) Of-
ficials of the Wingate Institute
for Physical Education and Sport
in Netanya announced that it
dedicated a reference room in its
library to be named the Moe Berg
Reference Room.
Moe Berg was the baseball
catcher who made quite a repu-
tation for himself in the Ameri-
can major leagues both as a
player and a gentleman. In ad-
dition, he undoubtedly had to be
the best linguist to ever par-
ticipate in professional sports in
the United States. The room is
being presented to Wingate by
Dr. Bern Dibner of Norwalk,
Conn, an admirer of Berg.
BERG, born in New York City
in 1902, graduated from Prin-
ceton University, the Sorbonne in
Paris and the Columbia Law
School. He was considered a
linguistic genius, having
mastered no less than 11 lan-
guages.
During World War II, he was
recruited by the O.S.S. and spent
much of his time spying behind
the German lines. It was revealed
after the end of the war that he.
at one time during the course of
the fighting, attended a meeting
of some of the world's leading
physicists in Germany and
brought back valuable informa-
tion on the progress that country
was making in rocketry.
An enigma to his various team
mates, Berg once elicited an ex-
As a baseball catcher
was not rated among the i
but he was a competent a|
petitor and batted fairly a|1
gained the respect of pliyeri ,1
both major leagues in the Utul
States and probably rrffl h"
remembered as the most cento
athlete whoever competed all
U.S. Berg died in 1972.
Letter to the Editor
EDITOR:
I just finished reading the it> 1
cle on "From Poverty to Pil
ment." This was a most inspirisg [
article, but I would like to add 11
little which I felt should hm
been included in it. Oneofta]
founders of Yo uth Aliyth to I
Henrietta Szold. founder of
Hadassah, who became its dht-
tor in Palestine, a post she heU
until her death Since 1M|
Hadassah has been contributiaf
not only large amounts of monty
for maintenance and educates,
but continues as a major contri-1
butor for Youth Aliyan projects.
MARTHA PINO),!
Presides
Palm Beach, Chapter
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Royal Palm Beet.
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Jewish Federation/UJA
Campaign
Calendar of Events
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FEDERATION _
OF IKLM BEACH
COUNTY
November 20-December 2
November 29-December 4
December 9
December 16
January 10-16
January 16
January 17
January 26
February 18
March 21
April 18
International Mission
Cameo Mission
Women's Division $1,000 Luncheon
Big Gifts Meeting
Palm Beach Hi-Rise Super Week
Federation Shabbat
Super Sunday
Annual Palm Beach Community Dinner
The Breakers, Guest Speaker Congressman
Tom Lantos
United Jewish Appeal National Dinner at
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Neo-Nazis Fight Police in Bonn
BONN A neo-Nazi gang Lo-
ved in a gun-battle with police
a Munich Tuesday night was
tad to the bomb blast outside
Antwerp synagogue which
ned' two lives and to the
etine Liberation Organiza-
a The connection, reported by
West German State Televi-
bn was not directly confirmed
| police or the domestic security
rice. .
I But both sources said the neo-
|azi organization, called ,"Peo-
|es Socialist Movement." has
ell established links with simi-
r groups abroad, including the
LO.One of the three neo-Nazis
bo survived the shoot-out with
Mice in which two of the gang
killed, was identified as
;ler Hamberger, 18, who wai
lined at an El Fatah camp in
lebanon. According to West
_jan television, one of the
lazis shot dead in the encounter
obably played a role in the
ntwerp bombing.
J TEL AVIV -Negotiations on
heal autonomy for the
(alestinians of the West Bank
pd Gaza Strip resumed at the
lyatt Hotel here. They were
Vheduled to continue daily
ough Friday.
The Israeli, Egyptian and
Lnerican delegations, all sub-
tnisterial rank officials and
clinicians, have been discussing
15 "major issues" itemized
' Premier Menachem Begin and
[is ministerial colleagues in talks
jith the late President Anwar
adat and his colleagues in Cairo
I month ago. The present round
If talks were the first official ne-
gotiations since the assassination
V Sadat on Oct. 6.
Although they are supposed to
H purely technical,
[preparatory" for ministerial
vel talks next month, they may
! raised to the ministerial level if
ny snags develop.
Observers noted that Egyptian
foreign Minister Kamal Hassan
lli and Minister of State for
foreign Affairs Butros Ghalli
pre due in Israel for talks on the
pai withdrawal plans. They
Hd be available to join Israeli
"sters if a high-level meeting
Ma necessary to add impetus to
Slower-level talks.
WASHINGTON Richard
|Uen, President Reagan's Na-
Dnal Security Advisor, an-
punced that he has dismissed
J. Gen. Robert Schweitzer aa
W of the National Security
Mil's Defense Policy Cluster
tor making
speech.
an unapproved
Schweitzer was transferred
back to the Pentagon from where
he had joined the NSC. Allen said
that while he had high regard for
Schweitzer he broke NSC rules
by not clearing beforehand his
speech before the annual meeting
of the Association of the U.S.
Army.
The speech created a furor be-
cause Schweitzer said, "The
Soviets are on the move, they're
going to strike." He also spoke of
"a drift toward war" with the
Soviet Union. Allen told re-
porters that the speech had not
been cleared by him or anyone
else in the NSC nor did he know
of its content, even in general,
before it was delivered.
BONN West German in-
telligence services may have in-
filtrated the Palestine Liberation
Organization office here, ob-
taining information on PLO ac-
tivities in the planning stage or
already carried out. According to
the West German daily, Die
Welt, the Bonn authorities mav
have been informed in advance of
recent PLO activities in Austria,
although that remains unclear.
A well placed source indicated
that the disclosure of secret serv-
ice operations in the PLO office
may have been the outcome of a
recent expose in official publica-
tions of military cooperation be-
tween the PLO and neo-Nazi
groups in West Germany. The
disclosures, by Interior Minister
Gerhart Baum, were a major
blow to Bonn's policy of wooing
the PLO and trying to associate
it with the Middle East peace
process.
Meanwhile, according to Die
Welt, the PLO office is in disar-
ray over reported leaks. Arab
diplomatic circles here have been
unusually outspoken in describ-
ing what they allegedly termed a
"confidence crisis' in the PLO
office.
ATLANTA Prof. Georges
Vajda, dean of European scholars
of Judaica, died of a heart attack
at his home in Paris on the eve of
Yom Kippur, it was reported here
by friends. He was 73 years old.
Educated in Budapest and Paris,
Vajda is credited with having
single-handedly restored after
World War II whatever now
exists of European Jewish
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WASHINGTON The State
Department said that it cannot
prevent the Libyan government
from constructing a building for
its Mission to the United Nations
in New York as long as the build-
ing is used for diplomatic pur-
poses.
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TEL AVIV A fierce contro-
versy continued in Israel this
week over the Israel Philharmon-
ic Orchestra's attempt to add the
music of Richard Wagner to its
repertoire. The music of Wagner
has been boycotted in this coun-
try since 1948 because of the
composer's anti-Semitism, be-
cause his music was often played
as concentration camp inmates
were marched to the gas
chambers, and because of the
close associations members of his
family had with Hitler. Wagner's
music was chosen by the Nazis as
a symbol of the "Nordic
superman."
The controversy erupted last
week when Zubin Mehta, conduc-
tor and musical director of the
IPO, who also serves as musical
director of the New York Philhar-
monic, announced that the over-
ture to Tristan and Isolde would
be played as an encore at the con-
cert being performed at Mann
Auditorium.
Mehta, well aware of the
hostility toward Wagner among
many Israelis, particularly Holo-
caust survivors, announced that
he would pause before the encore
to allow people in the audience
and members of the orchestra to
leave if they so wished. Some of
.he audience and orchestra mem-
jers left, and fist fights broke out
in the auditorium between those
who wanted the music halted and
those who wanted to hear it.
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ANSHEI SHOLOM
CONGREGATION
Sisterhood of Anshei Sholom
will hold its regular meeting on
Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m. Es-
ther Spielvogel will entertain
with a book report of "The Lion's
Way."
B'NAI B'RITH
WOMEN
The next meeting of Olam
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women
of Lake Worth will be held on
Friday. Nov. 6, at 12:30 p.m. in
the Poinciana Room at the Chal-
lenger Club, Poinciana Drive,
I.ake Worth. The program for the
day will be Mrs. Sara Halbert, a
prominent attorney, her topic will
be "Against Capital Punish-
ment." Refreshment will be
served.
B'nai B'rith Women, Menorah
Chapter, meets Tuesday, Nov.
10. at the First Federal Bank of
Del ray Boutique hour 12 to 1
p.m. Dr. Robert K. Alaofrom,
well known television and radio
personality, will speak on the
"Endangered American Jew."
Refreshments will be served.
Scheduled trips are: Nov. 26,
Thanksgiving Night Dinner and
Show: Dec. 9, Calder Raceway:
Dec. 23, Burt Reynolds Dinner
Theatre: Dec. 30-Jan. 1, New
Years Week-End. For details and
information call Ruth Rubin or
Lillian Cohen.
HADASSAH
Chai Hadaasah'a Paid-up
Membership Luncheon will be
held in the Poinciana Room of the
Challenger C.C. on Thursday,
Nov. 19 at 12 Noon. Members are
urged to pay dues BEFORE that
date to mitigate necessity of col-
lecting dues at the door. For your
entertainment there will be a
Fashion Show by Regi of Lake
Worth and an opportunity to win
valuable prizes donated by the
Barnett Bank, Lillian Gurevitz
and artist Obican.
Sylvia Mass, President of Lake
Worth Chapter reminds us that
Lake Worth and Palm Beach
Chapters of Hadassah will jointly
observe Education Day at Beth
Sholom Temple, Avenue A in
Lake Worth, Thursday, Nov. 12
from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bring a
dairy sandwich. Coffee will be
served. Entertainment will be
provided by the Lee Vaasil
Choral Group.
We are honored to have as key-
note speaker Edith Zamost (Mrs
Benjamin) who was elected Na
tional Vice-President of Hadas
sah at its recent convention in
Los Angeles. Edith Zamost is
currently Coordinator of Hadas-
sah Services. She was the Co-
Chairman of Hadassah a 1978-79
and 1979-1980 National Conven-
tions. Her previous national
portfolios were Chairman for
Membership, Leadership, Devel-
opment and Fundraising for
Youth Activities.
Mrs. Zamost was President of
the Southern New Jersey Region
and the New Brunswick Chapter
(now called the Raritan Valley
Chapter). In addition to her vol-
unteer services, she has been a
professional pianist and singer
appearing with such orchestras
as the New York Philharmonic
Orchestra as a piano soloist anc"
has conducted her Temple Choii
for 12 years.
All are welcome to join us in
what promises to be a
stimulating and rewarding ex-
perience.
Goida Meir Boynton Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will sponsor
a three day, two night bus trip
to Sarasota Ft. Myers, Dec. 8, 9,
10. $170 per person double oc-
cupancy including most meals,
dinner theatre sightseeing. Call
Edith Fruchs or Florence Segal.
Their regular monthly meeting
will be held on Nov. 19 at Temple
Beth Sholom in Lake Worth on
North "A" Street at 12:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Ann Hop-
fan who will speak on Israel and
the situation in the Mid East.
There will be folk dancing by
Millie Lipton and her dance
grouD-
Shalom West Palm Beach
Chapter of Hadassah meets
Wednesday, Nov. 18,12:30 p.m.,
at Anshei Sholom. In commemo-
ration of Jewish Book Month,
Lillian Yelowitz will review
"Four Days," a new book by
Gloria Goldreich, author of
"Leah's Journey."
Coming Events: Flea Market
and Bazaar, West Palm Beach
Auditorium, Wednesday, Nov.
10. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bargain
items for the holidays.
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Youth Aliyah Luncheon at the
Sheraton, Nov. 11, Guest
speaker, Terry Rapaport, presi-
dent Florida Central Region;
fashion show by Shalom Glamour
Girls who will model their knit
creations. Reservations, Bertha
Rubin. Pearl Klein.
Hadassah Oneg Shabbat at
Anshei Sholom, Nov. 13, 8:15
p.m. Guest speaker, Edith Zam-
ost, national vice-president oi
Hadassah.
Thanksgiving weekend al
kosher Sea Gull. Mae Podwol ot
Martha Starr.
Important December Events:
Frankie Keine Show, Dec. 3, New
Years West Coast trip, call Fran
Nudelman. "Gypsy" matinee at
Royal Palm, Dec. 9, call Ida
Goetz. ______
The West Palm Beach Chap-
ters of Hadassah Shalom. Tik-
vah, and Yovd will participate
in a joint Oneg Shabbat on Fri-
day, Nov. 13, 8:15 p.m., at Con-
gregation Anshei Sholom, Cen-
tury Village. Edith Zamost (Mrs.
Benjamin) of Highland Park,
N.J., national vice-president of
Hadassah, will be the guest
speaker. The community is
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Zamost has held many
positions in Hadassah, and along
with her years of devoted service
to Israel, has been active in
Jewish community affairs. She
was co-chairman of Hadassah's
national convention for two
years, and was a Hadassah
delegate to the 29th World
Zionist Congress held in Jerusa-
lem in 1978, when she was elected
Hadassah Deputy to the Zionist
General Council of the World
Zionist Organization. Currently,
Mrs. Zamost is coordinator of
Hadassah Services^
Nov. 10 Yovel Shalom and '
Cypress Chapters will participate
in a Flea Market at the West
Palm Beach Auditorium from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be unusual gifts,
lamps, jewelry, and home made
goodies, books, bags, paintings,
everything useful. Chairman
Reba Strauss, co-chairman Helen
Kalick.
Nov. 12 Yovel Chapter
Board will meet at the Club-
house, 3 p.m.
Pleaae Note
Time Change
Nov. 13 Yovel Tikvah and
Shalom Chapters will sponsor the
Oneg Shabat at Anshei Shalom.
Nov. 19 Regular meeting of
the Yovel Chapter at Anshei
Shalom at 12:30 p.m. will feature
a book review by Marge Dreier,
"Blood And Hope" by Sam-
uel Pisar.
Friday, November g
Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman'a office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County, 832-2120
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PIONEER WOMEN-
NA'AMAT
Charter Party of the "Orah Isra-
el" Club, of the Pioneer Women
to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 10,
at 12 noon, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Engelstein, 504 Da-
vis Rd.. Lakeside Village, Palm
Springs, West Palm Beach, Apt.
102.
The guest speaker will be Mrs.
Leah Weinberg, Benson, Vice
President chairperson of the
South-East Florida Council.
Lunch will be served. Admission
Free. Everyone is invited.
WOMEN'S
AMERICAN ORT
On Monday, Nov. 9, at 12
noon, the Lake Worth West
Chapter of Women's American
ORT will have their paid-up
membership luncheon at the
Senior Citizen's Center, 201 N.
Dixie Highway near 2nd Avenue
North in Lake Worth. The pro-
gram planned is "Yiddish is
Alive and Well" featuring Doro-
thy and Arthur Janis & Co., who
will sing in Yiddish, including ex-
cerpts in Yiddish from HMS
Pinafore.
Century Chapter Women's
American ORT, meets on Nov.
12, Thursday, at Temple An-
shei Shalom, at 12:30 p.m.
An interesting film, "The Link
\nd Chain," will be shown. It
depicts scenes of ORT hrini.
African Jewish fefu*?"*
France. You will find thUi, b
formative and m08t h "
warming experience. "
Coming Events
Nov.26,27,28,29.Thankriv
ing Weekend at Gulf Colt
Sorry, sold out, but you can ,
on a waiting list "^
Dec. 16. Wednesday evening
Dinner end Show at the Mara
Polo, featuring Frankie Kein.
Jan. 21, Thursday, at 1 p.m
card party and Luncheon u
Bodo's.
Feb. 14, Sunday afternoon
Luncheon at the Prince Hamlet
Restaurant followed by a 3howjt
the Newport Hotel.
March 7, Sunday evening
"Funny Girl" at the Lake Worth
Playhouse.
For reservation and further
information, please call EsteUe
Adler 686-7912, Lil Davis 6&
0858, Goldie Brodsky 6841649.
YIDDISH CULTURE
GROUP
The Nov. 10 program of the
Yiddish Culture Group will
feature The Opus III Singen.
They have appeared for us in the
past and were acclaimed with
great enthusiasm. The Opus III
Singers are sponsored by The
Chase Federal Savings and Lou
Bank.
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'emple Beth El Continues Fall Series
Of Adult Education Lectures
Pie Beth El > gWMJ to
that its Adult Edu-
Fnstitute's course, entitled
Passages: Sociological,
Logical and Jewish Pers-
wiH continue on
evenings, at 7:30 p.m.,
Temple's Honwtein
iinvember 9, "Strengthen-
l-iiy Life: What do we
m,ourchildren?"willb
, by Dr. Robert Alao-
vell known clinical pey-
Dr. Alsofrom has been
tice for 32 years, the last
have been spent in
ii Beach. He is the
of "Crisis Line" and
What's On Your Mind"
(channel 12 WPEC) and a par-
ticipant in "Good Morning, Palm
Beach" on the same channel. On
radio station, WPBR, Dr. Also-
from conducts the program called
"Calling Dr. Alsofrom." He is
president of the greater Palm
Beach Psychological Association.
On November 16, Dr. Eliza-
beth Freilich will lead "Family
Life: What do we expect of our
marriage?" On November 23,
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch will
chair "Judaism and Life
Passages," and on November 30,
Dr. Norma Schulman will chair
"Being Single, Divorced,
Widowed in a Couple Society."
The final session of this course,
scheduled for December 7 will be
co-chaired by Dr. Freilich and
Rabbi Hirsch.
The community is invited to
participate in these Adult Edu-
cation lectures and to take ad-
vantage of Temple Beth El's ex-
panded courses for adults. A wide
variety of courses in Hebrew,
Jewish history, Bible and rab-
binics are being offered this year.
The temple is located at 2815
North Flagler Drive. Further in-
formation may be obtained by
contacting Ruth Levow, Director
of education, or by calling the
Temple office.
ZOA Appoints New
Director-Consultant
For Southeast Region
ench, Belgian Police Cooperate
>e Tie in Two Synagogue Bombings
^y EDWIN EYTAN
S (JTA)
and Belgian police
jperating in the
ation of the syna-
|bombing in Antwerp
killed two persons
jured more than 100
because of strange
ities between that
i and the Rue Coper-
agogue bombings in
Hast October which
lives.
cases, the bombs
of containers of'
charges of TNT
both occasions,
bought by men
|ng Cypriot na-
' were used.
i police said that the car
the Antwerp bomb was
was bought a few days
i man who said his name
bias Brazzi, a Cypriot na-
jrench and Belgian police
(are trying to determine
I the same men were in-
i both attacks.
YEAR after the Rue
\ explosion French police
i no clues to the real
of the terrorists or
V originally came from.
claiming to represent
| September" telephoned
encies in Brussels claim-
onsibilitv on behalf of
ptremist Palestinian Or-
W>. The caller said
more cars packed with
* were about to deto-
ntwerp and concluded
[,th ^e Palestine Libera-
" ation slogan "Pales-
n."
investigators say,
i that the call came some
| lter the explosion and
caller supplied no bi-
ll which had not been
phc before. "It could be
a police investigator
Jewish Telegraphic
SAY that the blast
'caused twice as many
,d it gone off half an
when the synagogue
' street would have been
,;30 a.m. local time, po-
y. the street was
* *nd the synagogue
"""ge number of vie-
to, the force of the
or wounded
killed
18 Day Activities
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I the children of school
?hool Holiday" pro-
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will have a full day of
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" Mark Mendel for
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passersby several hundred yards
away.
Police said the explosion was
one of the most powerful ever in
recent Belgian history. A black
cloud hung over the area and
buildings were damaged in a
radius of several hundred yards.
Firefighters had to battle their
way through fire and shattered
glass to evacuate the wounded.
Fire brigades from several cities
near Antwerp were called to help
fight the flames and dozens of
ambulances evacuated the
wounded.
in
Most of the 15,000 Jews
Antwerp feel personally and
deeply concerned by the attack.
All those contacted by the JTA
and other news agencies blamed
the police for neglecting to take
all necessary precautions and
governments which have failed to
strongly condemn Palestinian,
organizations and their terrorist
acts. On July 27, 1980 two Arabs
threw a hand grenade at a group
of Jewish youngsters waiting to
board a bus for a day's outing.
One 15-year-old bo was killed.
Mr. Ivan Novick, President of
the Zionist Organization of
America and Mr. Alan Taffet,
President of the Southeast
Region of ZOA, are happy to an-
nounce the appointment of Dr.
Michael Leinwand of Boca Raton
as the new Regional Director and
Consultant for the seven
Southern States of the Southeast
Region.
Dr. Leinwand is the former
President of the Jewish Teachers
Association, a 30,000 member or-
ganization of Public School
Teachers throughout the United
States. He also was a former New
York City Commissioner in
charge of Community School
Programs for the Addiction
Service Agency. Dr. Leinwand is
on the Board of Governors of
Haifa University, The Jewish
Teachers Community Chest and
is Honorary Chairman of the
Board of Directors of the Jewish
Teachers Association. He was ac-
tive in the Israel-American
Friendship League and spon-
sored the visitation of hundreds
of Israeli students to American
cities and schools. Dr. Leinwand
recently received the Maccabee
Award from the State of Israel
Dr. Michael Leinwand
for his work in raising
millions of dollars in
Bonds.
several
Israel
He is spresently residing in
Boca West with his wife Judith
and his children who attend Boca
Raton Academy.
Dr. Leinwand will be working
in the Fort Lauderdale office of
the ZOA with Mrs. Ruth Green,
the present Director, until
her retirement at the end of
October.
TEMPLE JUDEA
Presents
Fine Arts Auction
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior Serv-
ice Center, receives funds from a
Federal Grant. Title III of the
Older Americans Act, awarded
by Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging, and the Florida De-
partment of H.R.S., enabling us
to provide transportation for the
transit disadvantaged as well as
a variety of recreation and educa-
tional services.
Adult Education
The Fall Session of the Adult
Community Education Classes
are continuing. Everyone is in-
vited to attend classes that are
still open. There is no fee. In-
structors are provided by the
School Board of Palm Beach
County.
+O0 Painting, Mondays 9
a.m.-12 Noon, Debbie Simmons.
Coping With Life, Mondays 1- -
3 p.m., Maurice Brown, last ses-
sion Nov. 9.
Preventive Health Care k Nu-
trition, Tuesdays 9:30-11:30
a.m., Joan Fox.
Know Your Car, Wednesdays
9:30 a.m., Paul Oblas, last ses-
sion Nov. 18.
Dancercize in the Chairs for
Men & Women, Wednesdays 1-
2:30 p.m. Bea Bunze.
Lip Reading, Wednesdays 4
5:30 p.m.. Darlene Kohuth.
+Writers Workshop, Thurs-
days 9:30-11:30 a.m. Frank
Bos t wick
+Advanced Writers Work-
shop, Fridays 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
Frank Bostwick.
+Registration for these classes
is closed. If you wish to be placed
on a waiting list, call the Center.
On-Going Programs
Round Table Tali for Men
Timely Topics For Thinking
Women These groups hold
joint lively discussions on
politics, economics, and current
events on Tuesdays, at 1 p.m. Joe
Greenberg, leader. Next session
Nov. 10.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, President, invites all
those interested in public
speaking to join this group,
which meets on Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Coming Events
Hearing Tests Check your
hearing at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center Thursday, Dec. 3,
12:30-2:30 p.m. Tests will be pro-
vided by Hearing Aid Associates.
No charge.
Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscita-
tion (CPRI A one-day heart
saver course in cardiac
pulmonary resuscitation (CPR!
will be presented by Marcie Fine
R.N. at the Jewish Community
Center Monday, Nov. 16,1-4 p.m.
Come and learn how to save a life.
Second Tuesday Club The
Second Tuesday Club. Sam
Rubin, President, will meet on
Thursday. Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. Ruth
Hyde, program chairperson, an-
nounces that Jesse Fuchs will
speak on "Inside Israel." Every-
one is invited to attend. Refresh
menta will be served, our annua
Thanksgiving raffle will be held
with a 12 lb. kosher turkey for the
lucky person. Raffles are still
available from Sam Rubin.
Donation -50 cents.
The December meeting of the
Second Tuesday Club will be held
on Dec. 8, at which time the
American Savings Bank will
present a special program on
"You And Your Money." A small
brunch will be served at 12:30.
This program will be open to 75
people and reservations must be
made in advance. Call Sam Rubin
at the Center if you wish to at-
tend.
SAVE Feb. 16, 1982 for the
Second Tuesday's Club semi-
annual luncheon and card party
at the Sweden House. More in-
formation will follow.
New Classes
Beginners Conversation*!
Spanish Ann Blicher, well-
known resident of West Palm
Beach, who has been involved in
Spanish conversation groups for
many years, will teach beginners
Spanish so that you too can con-
verse fluently. Spanish, as a
second language is becoming
necessary in today's world. No
previous knowledge of Spanish is
necessary. During the month of
November, these classes will
meet at the CSSC on Fridays,
Nov. 6.13,20 and 27 at 1 p.m.
Beginners Photography
George H. Marks, life member of
the Professional Photographer of
America, Inc., who is currently
exhibiting his pictures at the
CSSC, will be conducting a be-
ginners photography class at the
Center on Wednesday, Dec. 3. at
10 a.m. and weekly thereafter on
Dec. 9.16. and 23.
Art Of The Month Ida
Blauner, Chairperson, announces
that George H. Marks, well-
known photographer, will exhibit
some of his photographs at the
Center during the month of No-
vember. Come in to the Center to
view these photographs. The
Center is open from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Trips
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and 10.
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by the Tampa Seniors! Don't
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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gin, Navon Pay Respects to War Hero
lUSALEM (JTA> paid their respect to Moshe
Menachem Begin and P**"1 m. Pnant statements
Bt Yitzhak Navon both here. Begin first met Davan in
Community Calendar
i.6
fno1
B'rith Women Olam -12:30 p.m.
r.7
{RATION YOUNG LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 8 p.m.
,1
Lai B'rith No. 3132 Installation 12 noon Golden Lake*
Lple Sisterhood 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith Women Mitzvah
Lncil -10 o.m. Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood Flea Market
Lish Community Center Keren Orr Pre-School "Daddy &
tC 9 a.m. Temple Israel Concert Alan Kogosowski
nisi) -7:30 p.m.
1.9
fotRATION EXECUTIVE COMMinEE 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith
fomen Boynton Beach 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT
Kflid-Polm Board B'nai B'rith No. 2969 Board 2 p.m.
JodMsah Tamar Board 9:45 a.m. Women's American ORT
Palm Beach Homecoming Luncheon 12 noon United Order
f True Sisters No. 61 10 a.m. and Meeting 12:30 p.m. B'nai
rith No. 3046 Board 3 p.m. FEDERATION CONDOMINIUM
3UNCIL NOON FEDERATION SUPER SUNDAY MEETING 7:30
|m.
v. 10
dassah Lee Vassil Board 10 a.m. Hadassah Henrietta
I Board 1 p.m. Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood 8 p.m.
ai B'rith Women Masada Board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith
omen Menorah Women's American ORT West Palm Beach
2:30 p.m. FEDERATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
EAST TASK FORCE 10 a.m. FEDERATION COMMUNITY
ANNING MEETING -8 p.m.
1.11
nple Beth David Sisterhood Board 7:30 p.m.
ngregation Anshei Sholom Board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No.
i 8 p.m. FEDERATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY ST. LOUIS -
ugh NOV. 15 Temple Israel Men's Club Board Jewish
Immunily Day School PTA Luncheon noon.
p.m.
- Board
1.12
dossah Aliyo Board 9:45 a.m. and Meeting 1
dosjah f Yovel Board 10 a.m. Hadassah Shalom
I a.m. American Jewish Congress Board 12:30 p.m.
Itionol Council of Jewish Women Okeechobee Unit Palm
t>ch Spa through Nov. 15 Women's American ORT Century
ile Beth Sholom Board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah Golda
Ji'-Board iOa.m.
Ml
iSonsot Israel- 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT West
'Beach-Flea Market-8p.m.
.14
ten's American ORT Evening 8 p.m.
r. 15
ndeis University Women Lake Worth Brunch 10 a.m.
sh Community Day School BBQtCountry Fair B'nai B'rith
[3113 9:30 a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Men'sClub
pe Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a.m.
[.16
lhMFa?ny nd Cnildren' Service Board 7:30p.m. B'nai
"No^30l6. 745 p.m. "Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood 12:30
Hadassah Tikvah Luncheon 1:30 p.m. Pioneer
!h p'"Boord" 10am- 'Temple Beth David Men'sClub
,. 8 p m B'"oi B'rith Women Menorah Board 10
rvi?r!e lsrael Sil,rnod 11 a.m. FEDERATION CEN-
u^irw-i MEET|NG 10 a.m. FEDERATION SUPER SUNDAY
pNG COMMIHEE-6 p.m.
Ill
1 Son's of
- 8
sroel Board 10 a.m. Temple Beth David -
P m. Hadassah Henrietta Szold 1 p.m.
Botion Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Co,HB ,0 am- P'oneer Women Ezrat Luncheon
19 inrty 12:3P-"- Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary No.
inn f P m TemP' &em El Sisterhood Membership
co no?' ,B'na,B'r"h Women -Chai -8 p.m. "Women's
n u J Bovn,on Beach 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Medina Pioneer Women Cypress Lokes 1 p.m.
rael Board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3041 Opera
II
Er^MEN'S D|VISION EXECUTIVE COMMinEE 6 p.m.
! Nn W0MEN'S DIVISION BOARD OF DIRECTORS 8
. .' nal Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach 10
Hod Univer*'V Women Lake Worth Board 10
rhood b" Shalom 1 P-m. Temple Beth Sholom
L, w. oard 10 am. B'nai B'rith No. 3115 8 p.m.
kconcmV Golda Meir Boord Pm wmn'
[FedfdIti~ Polm Bch County Region Board 9:30
*TlON CAMPAIGN CABINET MEETING 7:45 p. m.
[ZIobWiI '2:3 Pm- Hada*ah Yovel 12 noon
iliveCn ance 1 p.m. Jewish Community Center -
lonolr m",M- 8 p.m. Hadassah Bat Gurlon 10 a.m.
|. a--?0' f Je*'n Women Okeechobee Unit 1:30
ohG,l'u h Women Ohov Board 9:30 a.m
^s'couN^iioo? p,m' FDERATK?NCOAAAAUN,TY
1944, and Navon knew him since
the days when both served under
Premier David Ben Gurion. In
his appreciation of Dayan, Begin
said:
"Ever since we first met, in the
underground in summer 1944, I
had a special sense of respect and
admiration for Moshe Dayan
as a fighter for Israel, indeed one
of our greatest warriors of all
times.
"Moshe Dayan was both a
soldier and a statesman, and in
both capacities he served his
country with great devotion and
loyalty. He loved Eretz Israel
with all his heart and soul .
every hill, every valley, every
path and tree.
"IT IS NOT true that he was a
hard man. I can say from my own
experience of him that there is no
truth in that legend; he had a
sensitive soul, the heart of a poet.
He was a man without fear, and
therefore he was nhle to serve as
an example toothers..."
"When we think upon his life,"
Begin said, as a pioneer and a
soldier, the long centuries of ex-
ile, persecution and humiliation
"seem to disappear, and we re-
turn in our minds to the days of
Joshua and Caleb, Gideon and
Jephtah, Jonathan and David,
Avner and Yoav, Judah Macca-
bee, Yannai and Bar-Kochba. For
he was their brother, their son or
grandson their blood flowed
through his veins."
But the centuries of Jewish
suffering cannot be erased, the
Premier continued. They are pert
of our history and they make
the modern-day renaissance of
Jewish martial valour and na-
tional self-respect "all the more
marvellous." Dayan was "one of
the greatest (of Jewish fighters),
and thus he will live on, from
generation to generation."
NAVON, in his assessment
which was broadcast to the na-
tion, said: "Moshe Dayan will be
remembered for his great contri-
bution in imbuing the spirit of
fighting bravery into Zahal, and
for his fruitful and original think-
ing in the field of foreign policy.
"For many long years he sym-
bolized, to this nation and to the
world, the young generation of
Israel fighting for its survival. In
recent years he was the untiring
pursuer after peace.
"Moshe Dayan was always a
controversial figure. You could
never be indifferent towards him.
You couldn't ignore his per-
sonality, his deeds and his
thoughts. Every step that he
took or statement that he made
immediately reverberated and
occasioned either enthusiastic
approval or energetic opposition.
"But both his supporters and
his opponents were united in re-
garding him as a very special
oerson. an original and multi-
faceted figure He was a man
of the earth, a product of the
land, a moshav member, always
an early riser. He fought for
every inch of land and knew the
value of every agricultural imple-
ment. At one and the same time
he was a roughedged sabra and a
sensitive poet and a brave and
cunning warrior. May his
memory be blessed."
STATEMENTS OF apprecia-
tion were also issued by promi-
nent people in Israel and abroad.
Nearly all referred to Dayan's
pragmatism, originality of
thought and his charisma.
Messages of grief and con-
dolences arrived from many
world leaders, including Presi-
dent Reagan of the United
States, President Francois Mit-
terrand of France, and President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt. All
described Dayan as a visionary in
search of peace.
Former Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance, who worked with
him on the Camp David accords,
and former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger, who worked
with him on the separation of
forces and interim agreements
with Egypt after the Yom Kippur
War, spoke of his "brilliant intel-
ligence" and "originality of
thought." Kissinger referred to
him as "a good friend" and as "a
man in advance of his time."
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir described Dayan as "one
of Israel's greatest sons ... a
man who will be remembered as a
great soldier who followed an
original path, in advance of his
own time."
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County
Ecumenicity
By RABBI
EDWARD L. COHN
Tempi* Beth Tormh
WtPalmBeacli
Having no synagogue building,
of our own, our worship services'
religious school, and meetings are
conducted at St David s- In- The-
Pines Episcopal Mission House
in Wellington. For a reasonable
fee par month we have the use of
the building's large Sanctuary
room, four classrooms, kitchen
and porch area.
While I was alone studying in a
classroom waiting for my Hebrew
students to arrive, a most attrac-
tive woman entered the room and
sharply asked of me, "Is than a
vesper service this afternoon?"
"There may be," I replied.
"What do you mean there may
be!" she retorted with an in-
credulous look on her face. "I am
new in this community and I
came here Sunday morning ex-
pecting an 11 a.m. worship
service, only to find that you
conduct two services earner in
the morning! Now, is there to be
a vesper service or not this after-
noon?"
"Excuse me, ma'am," I an-
swered in a low and friendly
voice. "I am Rabbi Edward Cohn
of Temple Beth Torah. I believe
you're looking for my good
friend, the Episcopal Priest who
will be here shortly before five
o'clock. If there are people in
attendance at that hour Father
Mangrum will indeed <1
services. You may want to wait in
the sanctuary."
The look on the woman's face
was utterly astonishing, em-
barrassing and bewildering. Such
is the case of most people when
R*hbi Edward L.Coha
they learn that our houses of
worship exist under one roof. To
make it even more interesting,
until September, St David's was
also the home for the congre-
gation of St Peter's United
Methodist Church. Three congre-
gations for more than two yean
sharing the same building. Thit
is ecumenicity on its highest
level.
Naturally, there must be a
great deal of careful planning and
mutual consideration for each
other. In large part the one pre-
dominantly loving force in this
arrangement is Father John
Mangrum, rector of St David's.
A most learned priest with a
knowledge of Hebrew he is
generous, compassionate and
understanding of our needs.
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were three congregations meeting
at St. David's, but Brownies and
Boy Scouts, an AA chapter and
civic groups would convene dur-
ing the week. Rooms had to be
delegated for specific uses at spe-
cified times; closets and shelves
within closets had to be desig-
nated for each group. Worship
schedules had to be adjusted that
each Sabbath might be observed.
The large Crucifix over the Al-
tar would have to be covered for
Jewish services and meetings
using the large hall. Often the
priest himself or members of the
church were willing to help
arrange the room to prepare for
our services. In a most generous
gesture of friendship, Father
Mangrum and members of his
men's club insisted after Yom
Kippur last year that we go home
immediately after breaking-the-
fast.
"You have all been worship-
ping and fasting throughout the
day. We will straighten the chairs
and rearrange the hall!" he in-
structed.
This year marked a new begin-
ning. The Reverend John
Denmark and his congregation
built their new church St. Peter's
United Methodist Church moved
out of St. David's into it's own
home on Forest Hill Blvd. in
Wellington. St David's and Beth
Torah have more closet space
now. We have found an addi-
tional evening to meet at the
church.
In this past year, however,
Beth Torah has more than
doubled it's membership. We
have outgrown the large hall of
St. David's at least for the
High Holy Days.
"Come to us!" insisted Rev.
Denmark. And we did. Before St!
Peter's dedicated their new
building they offered their
facility to us for Selichot and for
the High Holy Days.
The young, dynamic minister,
John Denmark, couldn't have
been more gracious as he led us
through the new church building,
giving us ideas as how to beat
utilize the facility.
Members of Beth Tbrah have
much for which to be grateful
Our Temple family is growing;
our congregation is active and vi-
brant; and a Jewish presence is
teid in the community. As we
continue to meet at St. David's
we are reminded constantly of the
message of ecumenicity. We
respect the faith and beliefs of
e*ch ***** ad encourage the
behest ideals of the family
ndship we share as God'schu-
dren.
Although we are making plans
to build a temple of our own; and
one day we shall move into our
new home, we ahall always be in-
debted to the Rev. John Den-
mark and his congregation and to
* atner John Mangrum and the
members of St David's for their
love and support Together we
snail mw from strength to
Pri*e Time Singles
*day, November 16, at 7:30
p-m. the "Prime Time Singles'- of
Jewish Community Center
will be getting together at the
CUr 2416 Okeechobee Blvd.
This wifl be the first plnnnina-
meeting of the season. AOt
*d partiae are invited to
2TJS."-* ** ***** worker
t*Jthe Senior Cantor who will hah,
the group with some new andm-
tereeung ideas for the
, Come and offer whatever sug-
gestions you m.y hav% ^ F I
make this group an active and
vital part of the Senior Center.
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
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W. Palm Beach Phone: 661M675 ****%,!&
p.m. Daily services8:15a.m. ande:30pm 9
m.i
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L, Kings Point. Delray Beach 33446 .pL,
499-9229 Harry Silver. President Daily services^
Saturdays and Holidays 9 a. m. es 8 I
Reform
Tempi* Israel
1901 North Flagier Drive. West Palm Beach 33407.0*.
6421 Dr. Irving B. Cohen, Rabbi Emeritus Dr BJchaaia.'
man, President Stephen J. Goldstein, Administrator TSIE
vices. Friday 8 p.m. uo,n
Temple Bath El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33433. ph. .
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen. sZL*
vices F'Way 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 am. Torah ZJSf*
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m. ^
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton *. i
Mailing address 2006 N.W. 9 Street, Delray Bea JM
Samuel Silver President. Bernard Etish Friday services 2
Temple Beth Torah
at St David'a In the Pines Episcopal Retreat Forest HHl BMl L
Wellington Trace, West PaJm Beach. MsWng addrees:li25Jeapn)|
Weart Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward Cohn, Cantor NWtoeal
President Ronnie Kramer (783-2700). Sabbamashrlca Friday at 8:15**
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel L Levlne Cantor Rita Shore Barbara
President 1407 14th Una, Lake Worth. Fl. 33463 Phon.'
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m Meetlno it
Catherines Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000 wh,
gdJlSoujhernBlvd
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC. 8900 Boca West Glades Road (U
west ot Boca Turnpike)The Free Synagogue, P0 Box 3
?! ** 388-1600. 391-1111 .Rabbi Benjamin!
Sabbath services. Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Goldan Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd. w P..m Beach, Fl 33411. Raooi.
Spelser Phone 689-9430 President. Gerson Felt.
2815 North Flagier Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone I
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro.
Shabbath Evening Service at 8:16 pm in
The Sanctuary. Saturday mumtng at 9:30 a.m. Daily Minyanill
am., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9:00a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
SUSTZ ^T- Wmt Pmbn B**ca M*09 6W-3212 I
S"1*11.1 P-- R*bbi Harry Z. Sctoctman Cntor Mora
apektol Semeea daily 8:80 am. and 7:30 p.m. Friday. 8:30 a.
IZ 7* mm*:l*P-m- '"""wad by On*Shabbat Saturday.I
-m.. 7 p.m. Mincha followed by Sholosh Seudos.
Congregation Bath Kodesh
PhSS.^WiS""1 Church. 115, N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Bex*.']
one 737-4622 Rabbi Avrom L Drazin Sabbath services, Fridsj
8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
-,. .. Temple Bath Sholom
315 N. A Street, Lake Worth 33480* Phone 58*5020 Ran
tmsnoel Elsenbsrg Cantor Jacob Erman Services Monday* a*
Thursday at 8:15 am.. Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 am.
..,__. Tampla Bath David
aw-r^r-?*" Prytarien Churck, 10410 N. Military Trail P*
Beach Garden, Office at SSI Nertakhe Blvd.. Norta raW
awL-et^f84*-1184****** ** atardar. Cantor Eel
ehoff Sabbath aatvkea. Friday at 8 pan.. SatordeylOam
v>a u ,*. TampJa Bath Sholom
a4N.w. Av#mw .q. Btmm Sabbath services. Friday at 8:30 pm.
Tampla B'nal Jacob _
at Faith United PreahjtoHasi Church, S7S AJaaaaide Dm* N
*% 3W1 Taaapla Baai Jacob. President Jacob Fraai **
f^W *!Sabbath aarvicea, Friday at 8 pat. Saturday at a* k*
*m and Thursdays at 9 aaa.
1401NW*.*.. "Tot^<*igfBoation j
aeth^^,.41* *"***, Boca RBon 3347phone: 982tl*l**
Nathan Zeteer Sabbath aetvces, Friday *15 pm Saturosyftwl
^Weet Ati^tlc Avenue. Delray Beech 33446 Phone: 4***
Frt^,^TWrd ^"^Centor Benjamin Actor Sabbath **
Friday at 8 p.m., Seturdey at 9 am. Dally Mtnyans at ft45aJit^5
190 m~*. Tampla Emanu-EI M,
Rebb^L^"* Ro*J- Beach 33480-Phone: 8324
Fridav .VafmChM^ CmrU* ** Oerdaahtl Sabbath **
rnoay at 6.30 p.m. Saturday at 9 am.
Temple Beth Zion
J!^^^Cemst Dr Royal Palm Beach. Friday mgnU**"


[November 6,1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
Synagogue News
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Howard Shapiro of
Uwl. 1901 North
I Drive, West Palm Beach,
Lent his first lecture on
LNovember 8, at 9:30
fa Schwartzberg Hall, en-
hsrael For Sale." In the
L^u election, politicized
\,s Judaism became more
jl than ever before. Their
ation in the government
aachem Begin exacted a
tt threatened the fabric of
/society and the unity of
IJewry. Rabbi Shapiro will
|on our need as Reform
0 begin to counteract these
l^ono, of Jewish Book
Rabbi Howard Shapiro
w It* Book of Lights by
Potok, on Wednesday
I, November 11, at 7:30
_ Potok's newest novel
Jthe journey of Gershon
|who becomes immersed in
ah (Jewish Mysticism) as
_onts the reality of this
oth as a Rabbinic student
York and a Chaplain in
Ik's book is filled with the
land challenges of faith. It
jiving and illuminating en-
nt with Judaism and with
\ Shapiro is originally
aton, Massachusetts and
I at Brandeis University,
Greenberg Institute,
and received his
Jof Hebrew Letters with
fat the Hebrew Union Col-
msh Institute of Religion.
k Shapiro has served con-
ions in Benton, Illinois,
Foundation, Oxford, Ohio.
1 the chaplain in Fort Bel-
[irginia and served as a
l in Vietnam.
1970 he has served as
of Temple Sha'arey
I, Springfield, New Jersey.
II and local committee
|rships which Rabbi
i has held have included
\: National Commission
[teaching of Zionism and
1977 and the Central Con-
| of American Rabbis
gcommittee on Israel.
APLE BETH DAVID
I Men's Club is a major
Ving program with the
"Steppin" Out '82" dis-
I coupon booklets. The
I featuring over 100 fine
Ms, theaters, sports
s, and fast food eateries
palm Beach County area,
|P you save hundreds of
ost of the booklet is just
1 the Temple Beth David
1 order your booklet to-
| Men's Club is selling
|to the Stage Company of
Beaches' production of
* The performance is
py January 23, 1982 at 8
will be held at the
|*201 Clematis St.
"e 113.50 per person
and can be purchased by calling
the Temple Beth David office. A
portion of the ticket price will
benefit the Temple Men's Club.
TEMPLE EMANU EL
The Adult Education Commit-
tee announces the first in its
series: The Jewish Contribution
of Music to Civilization on Friday
evening at 8:30 p.m. on Novem-
ber 20. Following a brief Sabbath
service and Oneg Shabbat in the
Lona Wershaw Social Hall, the
program will feature the Cantor
and organist of the Temple, Can-
tor David Dardashti and Hope
Cramer. We welcome all Temple
members and non-Temple mem-
bers to register for the Adult
Education Series, November 20,
1981 thru March 19, 1982. For
further information please call
Temple Emanu-El.
On Monday, November 16 at
12:30 p.m., Sisterhood will hold
its first general meeting of the
season at the Temple, 190 North
County Road, in the Lona Wer-
shaw Social Hall. A petite buffet
luncheon will be served. The pro-
gram will feature the very talent-
ed Mldred Robbins at the piano.
All members and prospective
members are most cordially in-
vited to attend.
Temple Judea To Install
Officers November 6
Pictured above are children from Temple Beth David Hebrew School
of Northern Palm Beach County shown with Rabbi William Marder,
spiritual leader of the Temple, in the sukkah erected for the holiday.
Rabbi Marder explained the meaning of the Lulav, the date palm
branch; and the Etrog or Citron, which are need during the service.
Standing (1-r) Rabbi Marder, Hanalee Mazer, parent and Sedra
Rut man, teacher.
Temple Judea's Installation of
Officers will be part of Sabbath
Services, Friday, November 6 at
8 p.m. in the social hall of St.
Catherine's Greek Orthodox
Church, 4000 Washington Raod
at Southern Blvd. Rabbi Joel
Levine and Cantor Rita Shore
will officiate at a special musical
ceremony which will note the re-
sponsibilities and challenges of
Temple Judea's first year of
operation.
Officers to be installed include
Barbara Chane, President:
William Meyer, First Vice Presi-
dent; Daniel Bakst, Second Vice
President; Dr. Jeffrey Faivus,
Third Vice President; William
Rothstein, Vice President Pro
Tem; Rosalee Savel, Secretary;
Jerome Skalka, Treasurer. Mem-
bers of the Board of Trustees in-
clude Steven Berger, Gail Frank,
Michael Greenhill, Judy Hasner,
Carole Hujsa, Helaine Kahn.
Barbra Kaplan, Sherry Mittel-
dorf, Larry Ochstein, Abraham
Schwartz, and Lloyd Winer.
Sheryl Davidoff is Sisterhood
President and Martin Golden is
Brotherhood President.
Temple Judea has become the
talk in rabbinic circles as one of
the fastest growing congrega-
tions in the United States. The
congregation has over 180
families in just four months. Its
religious school meets every Sun-
day morning and Tuesday eve-
ning at the Jewish Community
Center, 2415 Okeechobee Road,
West of 196. Outreach groups in-
clude Young Couples and Young
Families Discussion Sessions, a
Couples Club, Junior and Senior
Youth Groups, and Live and
Learn Seminars. Live and Learn
meets monthly in Suburban Lake
Worth, Buttonwood, Golden
Lakes, Century Village, with a
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For more information about
the congregation, call the office
at 965-7778 or Helaine Kahn,
membership chairperson.
IN MEMORI AM
DR. JOSEPH MERSAND
Dr. Joseph Mersand, author, lecturer, book reviewer and
scholar, died October 19. Retiring to Century Village
about four years ago, he spent the last years of his life
developing a new career. He taught classes for the In-
stitute of New Dimensions of the Palm Beach Junior
College, gave study courses for Brandeis, ORT,
Hadassah, men's clubs and sisterhoods. He lectured
primarily on Jewish-American authors. In the past year
he was responsible for a column in the Jewish Floridian,
"Browsing in Books" and his reviews attracted a great
deal of favorable comment by readers of the Floridian.
His death is a great loss of our community. A memorial
plaque is being established at Temple Israel Library, and
anyone wishing to contribute to his memorial may send a
check to Temple Israel Library, Joseph Mersand
Memorial.
is survived by his wife, Estelle.
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Friday, Ni
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December % we
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until January 31st, 1982.
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convenient daily nonstops to
New York or Washington D.C.
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usually go up around the middle of November, then
again in December.
It's the law of supply and demand.
But not necessarily the law of Pan Am.
Because while our fare goes to $124 on Novem-
ber 16. we give you a way to freeze it there. Clear
until the end of January.
Shop early and save.
Just buy your tickets before December 9 and
your fare will be only $124 no matter when you fly. Therewillh*.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior Serv-
ice Center, receives funds from a
Federal Grant, Title III of the
Older Americans Act, awarded
by Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging, and the Florida De-
partment of H.R.S., enabling us
to provide transportation for the
transit disadvantaged as well as
a variety of recreation and educa-
tional services.
Adult Education
The Fall Session of the Adult
Community Education Classes
are continuing. Everyone is in-
vited to attend classes that are
still open. There is no fee. In-
structors are provided by the
School Board of Palm Beach
County.
+Oil Painting, Mondays 9
a.m.-12 Noon, Debbie Simmons.
Coping With Life, Mondays 1-'
3 p.m., Maurice Brown, last ses-
sion Nov. 9.
Preventive Health Can & Nu-
trition, Tuesdays 9:30-11:30
a.m., Joan Fox.
Know Your Car, Wednesdays
9:30 a.m., Paul Oblas, last ses-
sion Nov. 18.
Dancerrize in the Chain for
Men & Women, Wednesdays 1-
2:30 p.m. Bea Bunze.
Lip Reading, Wednesdays 4-
5:30 p.m., Darlene Kohuth.
+Writen Workshop, Thure-
days 9:30-11:30 a.m. Frank
Bostwick.
+Advanced Writers Work-
shop, Fridays 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
Frank Bostwick.
+Registration for these classes
is closed. If you wish to be placed
on a waiting list, call the Center.
On-Going Programs
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics For Thinking
Women These groups hold
joint lively discussions on
politics, economics, and current
events on Tuesdays, at 1 p.m. Joe
Greenberg, leader. Next session
Nov. 10.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, President, invites all
those interested in public
.speaking to join this group,
which meets on Thursdays at 10
a.m.
Coming Events
Hearing Teats Check your
hearing at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center Thursday, Dec. 3,
12:30-2:30 p.m. Tests will be pro-
vided by Hearing Aid Associates.
No charge.
Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscita-
tion (CPR) A one-day heart
saver course in cardiac
pulmonary resuscitation (CPR!
will be presented by Marcie Fine
R.N. at the Jewish Community
Center Monday, Nov. 16,1-4 p.m.
Come and learn how to save a life.
Second Tuesday Club The
Second Tuesday Club, Sam
Rubin, President, will meet on
Thursday, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. Ruth
Hyde, program chairperson, an-
nounces that Jesse Fuchs will
speak on "Inside Israel." Every-
one is invited to attend. Refresh
merits will be served, our annua
Thanksgiving raffle will be held
with a 12 lb. kosher turkey for the
lucky person. Raffles are still
available from Sam Rubin.
Donation -50 cents.
The December meeting of the
Second Tuesday Club will be held
on Dec. 8, at which time the
American Savings Bank will
present a special program on
"You And Your Money." A small
brunch will be served at 12:30.
This program will be open to 75
people and reservations must be
made in advance. Call Sam Rubin
at the Center if you wish to at-
tend.
SAVE Feb. 16, 1982 for the
Second Tuesday's Club semi-
annual luicheon and card party
at the Sweden House. More in-
formation will follow.
New Classes
Beginners Conversational
Spanish Ann Blicher, well-
known resident of West Palm
Beach, who has been involved in
Spanish conversation groups foi
many years, will teach beginners
Spanish so that you too can con-
verse fluently. Spanish, as a
second language is becoming
necessary in today's world. No
previous knowledge of Spanish is
necessary. During the month of
November, these classes will
meet at the CSSC on Fridays,
Nov. 6,13,20 and 27 at 1 p.m.
Beginners Photography
George H. Marks, life member of
the Professional Photographer of
America, Inc., who is currently
exhibiting his pictures at the
CSSC, will be conducting a be-
ginners photography class at the
Center on Wednesday, Dec. 3. at
10 a.m. and weekly thereafter on
Dec. 9,16, and 23.
Art Of The Month Ida
Blauner, Chairperson, announces
that George H. Marks, well-
known photographer, will exhibit
some of his photographs at the
Center during the month of No-
vember. Come in to the Center to
view these photographs. The
Center is open from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
Trips
Senior Weekend Nov. 8, 9
and 10.
Tampa Trip Come for a fan-
tastic three day weekend hosted
by the Tampa Seniors! Don't
miss a minute of the sights and
sounds, the food, fun and friends
from 11 Florida Communities!
Limited number of rooms avail-
able First come First
served!
Call Sam Rubin for informa-
tion.
Lido Spa Get-A-Day Nov.
29 through Dec. 2.
Trip includes four day, three
nights, three meals a day, (diet or
regular) daily massages, nightly
entertainment. Bus leaves the
Wesjtgate of Century Village on
Sunday, Nov. 29 at 11:30 a.m.
and arrives back on Wednesday,
Dec. 1 at 4:15 p Jn.
Members, double occupancy
$125, Non-members double occu-
pancy $136, Single accommo-
Frti*y, Nov.
members singleS iSJ
PorUtionllTper^i
For further inforo,^.
Center and ask forSS?"
The National Council of Jewish Women P.|m n _l
represented (1-r) Florence Wacka, and Bea GrZftL 1
Marty Goldberg (r| Executive Director of tiZ7StPmi
Center, and Harreen Birtisch (not pictured) DroaW3L2"
cuss fund raising for support of the g?igg^*i
SPECIAL OFFER
LIMITED QUANTITY "PEACE" POSTER
I Original Oil Painting!
^^k W% I Jor>n Douglas Zacfl
I commissioned by
I Jewish Commun
i Center in honor of (
David Peace Ace
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only $9.96; Two
$m00 plus $15)
order shipping
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Featuring
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Send check or money order (no cash orstampslta
J.CC. of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
2415 Okeechobee Blvd. Dep't R.
__________Wet Palm Beech, Ft 33409
********
FAMILY CONNECTIONS
********
SINGLE PARENT FAMILY PICNIC
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1981
1-5 PM at CAMP,SHALOM
689-7700
FEES': $3 per family (JCC members)
$5 per family (nonmembers)
The newly formed JCC Single Parent TamU^VZup haT planned
a Family Picnic for single fathers, moth/r, and' their' Mid-
ren. You need not have custody to loin us Paro,. k\
a covered dish; the Center will supply hot doKS h"h *
drinks and condiments. There will be Lie 8 hamb"r8e"'
volleyball, good conversation and gen^inrf"'. ""' "tthmll>
ADVANCE REGISTRATION: Call Sherrie
Mike Rosen at 622-6939. Don't miss out
Stein at 964-1227 or
! Register NOW!!!
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Novembers, 1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
[egin, Navon Pay Respects to War Hero
kuSALEM Menachem Begin and Dayan in poignant statements
Bt Yitzhak Navon both here. Begin first met Dayan in
Community Calendar
(.6
iB'ritn Women Olam 12:30 p.m.
r.7
{RATION YOUNG LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 8 p.m.
noi B'rith No. 3132 Initallation 12 noon Golden Lakes
Imple Sisterhood 10 a.m. B'noi B'rith Women Mitzvah
luncil -10 a.m. Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood Flea Market
fish Community Center Kenan Orr Pre-School "Daddy &
^l" 9 a.m. Temple Israel Concert Alan Kogosowski
onist)-7:30 p.m.
M
{RATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith
Dmen Boynton Beach 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT
lid-Palm Board B'nai B'rith No. 2969 Board 2 p.m.
bdassah Tamar Board 9:45 a.m. Women's American ORT
ilm Beach Homecoming Luncheon 12 noon United Order
llrue Sisters No. 61 10 a.m. and Meeting 12:30 p.m. B'nai
[ith No. 3046 Board 3 p.m. FEDERATION CONDOMINIUM
pUNCIL NOON FEDERATION SUPER SUNDAY MEETING 7:30
10
dassoh Lee Vassil Board 10 a.m. Hadassah Henrietta
bid Board 1 p.m. Temple Beth Torah Sisterhood 8 p.m.
hoi B'rith Women Masada Board 8 p.m. B'nai B'rith
bmen Menorah Women's American ORT West Palm Beach
12:30 p.m. FEDERATION COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
EAST TASK FORCE 10 a.m. FEDERATION COMMUNITY
&NNINGMEETING-8p.m.
11
nple Beth David Sisterhood Board 7:30 p.m.
hgregotion Anshei Sholom Board 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No.
-8pm. FEDERATION GENERAL ASSEMBLY ST. LOUIS -
pugh NOv 15 Temple Israel Men's Club Board Jewish
nmunity Day School PTA Luncheon noon
12
gassah Ahya Board 9:45 a.m. and Meeting 1 p.m.
bassoh* Yovel -Board- 10 a.m. Hadassah Shalom -Board
a.m. Amencon Jewish Congress Board 12:30 p.m.
lional Council of Jewish Women Okeechobee Unit Palm
bch Spa through Nov. 15 Women's American ORT Century
temple Beth Sholom Board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah Golda
|ir Boord 10 a.m.
1.13
iSonsof Israel 12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT West
i Beach- flea Market 8 p.m.
14
ten's American ORT Evening 8 p.m.
1.15
hdeis Umversity Women Lake Worth Brunch 10 a.m.
|ih Community Day School BBQICountry Fair B'nai B'rith
|J"3-9:30 a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club
ice Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club 9:30 a. m.
1.16
for'family and Children's Service Board 7:30 p. m. B'nai
.VT6 7:45 Pm- Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood 12:30
Hadassah Tikvah Luncheon 1:30 p.m. Pioneer
r" yra*" Bard 10 a.m. Temple Beth David Men's Club
ora B p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Menorah Board 10
fwi!T^Pre 'Srael Sil,ernod 11 a.m. FEDERATION CEN-
BrZrwS MEETING '0 a.m. FEDERATION SUPER SUNDAY
1NING COMMITTEE-6 p.m.
1.17
J Son's of Israel Board 10 a.m. Temple Beth David -
kr f P ? Hada**<>h Henrietta Szold 1 p.m.
i egation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith
CarHP d am *<>*' Women Ezra! Luncheon
a Karty. 12:30 p.m. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary No.
linn o P m TemP' Bth El Sisterhood Membership
Lien' *? B'nal B'rim Women Choi 8 p.m. Women's
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1944, and Navon knew him since
the days when both served under
Premier David Ben Gurion. In
his appreciation of Dayan, Begin
said:
"Ever since we first met, in the
underground in summer 1944, I
had a special sense of respect and
admiration for Moshe Dayan
as a fighter for Israel, indeed one
of our greatest warriors of all
times.
"Moshe Dayan was both a
soldier and a statesman, and in
both capacities he served his
country with great devotion and
loyalty. He loved Eretz Israel
with all his heart and soul .
every hill, every valley, every
path and tree.
"IT IS NOT true that he was a
hard man. I can say from my own
experience of him that there is no
truth in that legend; he had a
sensitive soul, the heart of a poet.
He was a man without fear, and
therefore he w* ahle to serve aa
an example toothers..."
"When we think upon his life,"
Begin said, as a pioneer and a
soldier, the long centuries of ex-
ile, persecution and humiliation
"seem to disappear, and we re-
turn in our minds to the days of
Joshua and Caleb, Gideon and
Jephtah, Jonathan and David,
Avner and Yoav, Judah Macca-
bee, Yannai and Bar-Kochba.For
he was their brother, their son or
grandson their blood flowed
through his veins."
But the centuries of Jewish
suffering cannot be erased, the
Premier continued. They are part
of our history and they make
the modern-day renaissance of
Jewish martial valour and na-
tional self-respect "all the more
marvellous." Dayan was "one of
the greatest (of Jewish fighters),
and thus he will live on, from
generation to generation."
NAVON, in his assessment
which was broadcast to the na-
tion, said: "Moshe Dayan will be
remembered for his great contri-
bution in imbuing the spirit of
fighting bravery into Zahal, and
for his fruitful and original think-
ing in the field of foreign policy.
"For many long years he sym-
bolized, to this nation and to the
world, the young generation of
Israel fighting for its survival. In
recent years he was the untiring
pursuer after peace.
"Moshe Dayan was always a
controversial figure. You could
never be indifferent towards him.
You couldn't ignore his per-
sonality, his deeds and his
thoughts. Every step that he
took or statement that he made
immediately reverberated and
occasioned either enthusiastic
approval or energetic opposition.
"But both his supporters and
his opponents were united in re-
garding him aa a very special
oerson. an original and multi-
faceted figure He was a man
of the earth, a product of the
land, a moshav member, always
an early riser. He fought for
every inch of land and knew the
value of every agricultural imple-
ment. At one and the same time
he was a roughedged sabra and a
sensitive poet and a brave and
cunning warrior. May hia
memory be blessed."
STATEMENTS OF apprecia-
tion were also issued by promi-
nent people in Israel and abroad.
Nearly all referred to Dayan's
pragmatism, originality of
thought and hia charisma.
Messages of grief and con-
dolences arrived from many
world leaders, including Presi-
dent Reagan of the United
States, President Francois Mit-
terrand of France, and President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt. All
described Dayan aa a visionary in
search of peace.
Former Secretary of State
Cyrus Vance, who worked with
turn on the Camp David accords,
and former Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger, who worked
with him on the separation of
forces and interim agreements
with Egypt after the Yom Kippur
War, spoke of his "brilliant intel-
ligence" and "originality of
thought." Kissinger referred to
him aa "a good friend" and as "a
man in advance of his time."
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir described Dayan aa "one
of Israel's greatest sons ... a
man who will be remembered as a
great soldier who followed an
original path, in advance of his
own time."
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