Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 28, 1975)-v. 8, no. 40 (Dec. 17, 1982).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 2, 1976 called v.2, no. 22, but constitutes v.2, no. 1.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: July 28, 1978 called no. 14 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement; Aug. 25, 1978 called no. 16 in masthead and no. 17 in publisher's statement; Aug. 10, 1979 called no. 15 in masthead and no. 16 in publisher's statement; Oct. 22, 1982 called no. 31 in masthead and no. 32 in publisher's statement.
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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University of Florida
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"Oewislhi Flojridiamt
of Palm Beach County
Combining "OUR VOICf and "FEDERATION REPORTER"
in conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Palm Roach County
B7_ Number31
Palm Beach. Florida Friday, December 18,1981
f i-l Snochti
Price 35 Cento
dolf and Bisgaier to Chair CV Campaign
|yrs. Barbara Shulman,
{serai Campaign Chairman for
TT1982 Jewish Federation-
[ited Jewish Appeal campaign,
pleased to announce that
verend Martin Adolf and Abe
aier will again head the fund
king effort at Century Village.
i is the fourth successive year
bt this team will undertake to
ptinue the steady gains that
i been characteristic of Cen-
Village's response to the
U5e of local and world wide
my.
iMrs. Shulman stated that"this
dicated team insures a most
essful campaign and il-
frates the value of continuity
service and the setting of
kher goals to meeting increas-
jj needs"
Both Mr. Bisgaier and
iverend Adolf are presently
ving on the board of directors
|the Jewish Federation of Palm
ich County, as well as partici-
ng actively in Village and
nunity organizations and
Jograms.
|Formerly an attorney of New
irk City, Mr. Bisgaier has con-
ued practicing law as a mem-
r of the Florida Bar. Reverend
lolf is a native of Pateraon,
Jersey, a graduate of
plumbia Law School and the
nsh Theological Seminary. He
| widely known as a lecturer on
wish history and a former news
jlumnist for the Anglo-Jewish
Joining with the co-chairmen
State Dep't. Denies Memo
Bars U.S. Mediator Role
Reverend Martin Adolf (left) Abe Bisgaier (right)
on the Century Village Campaign
Planning Committee are several
score of veteran campaigners who
will act as building captains and
section leaders that will be re-
sponsible for organizing and con-
ducting the campaign which will
be designed to reach the more
than 7,500 household units that
comprise the Village.
In addition to appointing
chairmen to head the 29 residen-
tial sections, the committee will
recruit approximately 400
workers who are needed to cover
the 365 buildings. People wishing
to serve on solicitation teams
should call Rev. Adolf or Mr.
Bisgaier and express their in-
terest.
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) The State De-
partment strongly denies
that the memorandum of
understanding the United
States has signed with Is-
rael bars the U.S. from
being either a mediator or
arbitrator in the Middle
East peace process.
Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel
Halim K had dam reportedly made
this charge to Philip Habib,
President Reagan's special
envoy, after the U.S. diplomat
arrived in Damascus. "The Unit-
ed States no longer has the right
to play any mediation or arbi-
tration role in the Arab-Israeli
conflict because you have become
a direct party to this conflict,"
Khaddam reportedly told Habib.
STATE DEPARTMENT
spokesman Alan Romberg said
he had no comment on the Habib
mission which started in Lebanon
last weekend. But be said the
memorandum of understanding
which implements the strategic
cooperation between the United
States and Israel does not
"affect" the U.S. "ability to deal
in the peace-making process." He
noted that "we have a variety of
relationships with a variety of
countries in the region."
Romberg said it was "explicit"
in the memorandum, signed by
Defense Secretary Caspar Wein-
berger and Israeli Defense Min-
ister Ariel Sharon that it was not
aimed at "any state in the
region."
Both Sharon and U.S. officials
stressed this week that the co-
operation agreement is not
against Israel's Arab enemies but
only a threat to the "region"
from the Soviet Union and
"Soviet-supported forces outside
the region."
State Department spokesman
Dean Fischer was vague about
which countries fall into the
latter category. But Pentagon
spokesman Henry Catto said
that Cuba and Last Germany
were among the countries Israel
and the U.S. were referring to in
the memorandum.
ROMBERG REITERATED
that there are no secret annexes
in the agreement. He said that
Sharon made it clear before
hastily returning to Israel to vote
against no confidence motions
that only some details which will
be worked out by the working
committee to implement the
memorandum might be "classi-
fied."
Meanwhile, Romber said he
was "unaware of any such offer"
by Saudi Arabia to Oman as re-
ported in The Washington Poet
in which the Saudis were said to
have offered Oman SI.2 billion in
aid if the Sultinate cancelled an
agreement allowing the U.S. ac-
cess to its military facilities.
Midrasha College Credit
Program Receives Endorsement
#t%
|A team of educators headed by
bbi Shimon Azulay of the Cen-
J Agency for Jewish Educa-
. (CAJE) Miami, visited
"es at the Midrasha Judaica
gh School recently. The pur-
"* of the visit was to evaluate
school, and to certify the
pasha's college credit courses,
Ti are being held in coopera-
"* with Miami-Dade Com-
mty College. "The Midrasha
1 an excellent college-credit
"n. with outstanding
was the comment of
Hi. A*"1"^ Director of
Jt a College Credit program.
Py?"1 Kleb' Ch*in>erson of
T Midrasha committee stated,
".'"? Proud of our school and
*d about this impressive
one in our short history.
.Program allows high school
wnts to earn up tou college
y during each Midrasha
'< with a total of 24 college
". 'or those students en-
m the full four-year pro-
n What a boon this is for col-
bound studenta." Dr.
r1 Langenauer, Director of
Midrasha, emphasized, "A Mid-
rasha student going off to college
can reduce the tuition bill by
literally thousands of dollars,
with the credits earned at the
Midrasha. In addition, having
such a cushion of accredited
courses allows the student
greater freedom in course selec-
tions, once he or she gets to col-
lege. Often, there is even the op-
portunity to graduate from col-
lege early."
The Midrasha High School is
under the sponsorship of the
Jewish Federation in cooperation
with Temple Beth David, Temple
David Beth, Temple Beth El,
Temple Beth Torah, Temple
Emanu-El, Temple Israel and the
Jewish Community Day School.
College credit courses offered this
year included Modern Hebrew for
beginner's and intermediate level
students, Jewish Literature and
Drama, Jewish and American
Law. The school is now in recess
for Hanukkah. The Winter Term
begins on January 4. For further
information pUase call the
Jewish Federation.
Why Rally
For Soviet
Jewry?
^TETS^
Rally, a word that has been used repeatedly to bring people
together for a common cause. A Rally means support support
for an issue that must not die. Yes, there are many important
issues and we all have our priorities, but when something truly
has merit, everyone finds a way. The "Women's Pleas for Soviet
Jewry" has this merit. If we as Jewish women do not speak for
the freedom of other Jews, then who else will? Let the media and
the world know, we will not stand for the persecution of any Jew
in the world. With numbers we are strong, let us show our
strength on January 6, 1982, and make this Rally a most
memorable event.
JOIN US January 8, 1962, 1 p.m. at the Hyatt Palm
Beaches lor the "Women's Plea far Soviet Jewry."
Sister Rose Thering, a Catholic nun will be our guest
speaker. She is an outstanding educator and lecturer in the field
of Jewish-Christian relations, who has devoted her life to the
cause of human rights. She has received numerous awards, in-
cluding The Louise Waterman Wise Award from the American
Jewish Congress, Women's Division, "for distinguished service
in the field of Christian-Jewish Relations" and the Freedom
Award, for her efforts in behalf of Soviet Jewry and the cause of
human freedom, from the Greater New York Conference on
Soviety Jewry.
, For more information, contact the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County, 832-2120.



The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Questions and Answers About the Oral History
Project of the Jewish Federation
During the past few months a
team o interviewers has begun to
reach out into the Jewish com-
munity to make tape recordings
of the memoirs of Jews in Palm
Beach County. The project is
part of a large Oral History pro-
gram being carried out under the
auspices of the Jewish Fed-
eration. The following are some of
the questions and answers which
have come up in connection with
this work.
Q. What is the Oral Project?
A. The Oral History project is
a program to compile the history
of the Jewish community of Palm
Beach County through the tape-
recorded recollections of resi-
dents of this area who will be spe-
cially interviewed.
Q. Whose recollections will be
recorded?
A. Individuals who have been
members of the Jewish com-
munity of this area for 40 years or
more, who can tell us what Jew-
ish life was like in those early
days, are of primary interest for
this project. In addition, since
the present Jewish community it
an exceptional one, containing
Jews who have come here from
exotic and unusual places all over
the world, some of these memoirs
will be added to the collection. A
third group of individuals of in-
terest to this project includes the
Jewish luminaries and out-
standing figures who have made
profound contributions to Jewish
and world culture, who reside in
this community.
Q. How do you choose the indi-
vidual persons to be interviewed?
A. Names of nominees are
given to Dr. Haviva Langenauer,
project director, or to members of
the Oral History committee.
There are over 100 names on file
at this time. The names are then
evaluated, in committee, to
decide how well they fit the goals
and guidelines of the project.
Lastly, the names are placed in
order of priority as to which
interviews should be conducted
first.
Q. Who conduct* the in-
terviews?
A. A team of volunteers who
have received special training in
workshops conducted by Dr.
Samuel Proctor, professor of his-
tory of the University of Florida,
are conducting the interviews.
Q. Who is sponsoring the
project?
A. In addition to the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, the Oral History project
is based on a grant from the
Florida Endowment for the
Humanities, with additional sup-
port from the American Jewish
Committee, B'nai Zion Founda-
tion, Inc., the Endowment Fund
of the Jewish Federation, Na-
tional Endowment for the Hu-
manities and through the co-
operation of WPTV-Channel 5.
Q. What wfll happen to the
tape recorded interviews?
A. Each interview tape is tran-
scribed to a manuscript. The tape
and manuscript then become part
of the Palm Beach County Histo-
ry of the Jewish Community to
be archived at a number of
libraries. These include, Palm
Beach Junior College, University
of Florida, the Oral History Li-
brary of the American Jewish
Committee in New York.
Through them the manuscripts
will become part of the New York
Times microfilm collection and
will be catalogued at the Library
of Congress in Washington, O.C.
These records will be for the use
of scholars throughout the world,
now and in the future.
Q. Will there be presentations
for the public?
A. A number of telecasts are
scheduled on the Mosaic
program. These will present some
of the histories which are being
collected. In addition, a
Presentation Ceremony at Palm
Beach Junior College will feature
Dr. Irving "Yitz" Greenberg who
ISL^*1^ the meniw
collection. This will take!
the spring. When izi
"tonal is gathered, tlJ3
* program, ff*
Uc which will feature ?
views.
SUPER SUNDAY "82
COMING
JANUARY 17
SUPER
SUNDAY '82
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YOU ARE INVITED
TO JOIN
THE JEWISH FEDERATION
OF PALM BEACH COUNTY'S
"SUPER SUNDAY" '82
SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1982
HYATT HOTEL, WEST PALM BEACH
am o\ rytiiM-..
Awpra itctuu
MORE THAN 100 VOLUNTEERS ARE EXPECTED TO MAN THE TELEPHONES IN AN EFFORT
TO REACH MORE PEOPLE AND RAISE MORE DOLLARS IN A SIN6LE DAY THAN EVER
BEFORE. "SUPER SUNDAY" WILL INCLUDE SIX 2 HOUR PHONE SESSIONS FROM
9:30 AM TO 9:30 PK. 45 MINUTE ORIENTATION PRECEEDS EACH SESSION.
PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW FOR SUPER SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 AND FILL OUT
THE FORM BELOW, AND MAIL IT TO "SUPER SUNDAY", JEWISH FEDERATION OF PALM
BEACH COUNTY, 501 SOUTH FLAGLER DRIVE, SUITE 305, WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33401
( ) PLEASE INCLUDE ME AS A VOLUNTEER FOR "SUPER SUNDAY".
NAME______________
ADDRESS.
CITY___
(please print)
STATE
ZIP
HOME PHONE
.BUSINESS PHONE
ORGANIZATION AFFILIATION
I WILL BE HAPPY TO STAFF THE PHONES FROM:
( ) 9:30 AM TO 11:30 AM ( ) 3:30 PM TO 5:30 PM
( ) 11:30 AM TO 1:30 PM ( ) 5:30 PM TO 7:30 PM
( ) 1:30 PM TO 3:30 PM ( ) 7:30 PM TO 9:30 PM
volunteers will be asked to make their 1982 campaign gift if they have
not already done so.
TTte Following Have Joined
The Winning Team*
For Super Sunday '82
The following people have joined the "Winnina T"i_
Super Sunday '82 January 17.1982: ""
Helen and Lou Abrams, National Council of Jewish Women
Barry S. Berg, Jewish Federation
Charles S. and Henrietta Bernblit, B'nai B'rith
Miriam Bernstein, American Red Magen David
Harreen Bertisch, Jewish Community Center
Er\vin and Shirlee Blonder, Jewish Home for the Aged
Pauline Braver, Century Village
Robert Burger, Jewish Community Center
Rhonda Cohen, Jewish Community Center
Esther Colon, Hadassah
Alexander and Alice Conn, B'nai B'rith
Judy Devore, Jewish Community Center
Mildred K. Drees, National Council of Jewish Women
Annette Dubey, Poinciana Place
Herbert and Gertrude Edelstein, B'nai B'rith
Anne Engelstein, Pioneer Women
Ruthe Eppler, Jewish Federation
Philip Farbman, Poinciana Place
Eugenia Feldman, National Council of Jewish Women
Hy Fox, Century Village
Elizabeth S. Freilich, Jewish Federation
Jeanne Glasser, Jewish Federation
Sara Glenn, Jewish Community Center
Rebecca Godny, Century Village
Martin Goldberg, Jewish Community Center
Frank Goldstein, Cresthaven Federation Campaign
Osna Goodfriend, Jewish Family & Children's Service
Esther Groman, B'nai B'rith
Hank Grossman, Jewish Federation
Sandy Grunther, Jewish Family & Children's Service
Arnold J. Hoffman, Jewish Federation
David and Bessie Hoffman, B'nai B'rith
Lois Herman, Congregation Anahei Sholom
Ciel Imberman, Congregation Anahei Sholom
Florence Jarkow, Century Village
Harry H. Johnson, Rapallo North Federation Campaign
Nat Kosowski, Temple Beth David
Ann and Morris Keller, B'nai B'rith
Murray and Bea Kern, Jewish Family & Children's Service
Doris King, National Council of JewistnWomen
Gladys Klebanoff, Jewish Federation
A.R. Kramer, Pioneer Women
Betty Lapidus. Jewish Federation
Blanche Leibowitz, American Red Magen David
Harry Lerner, Congregation Anahei Sholom
Shep Lesser, Jewish Federation
Julius Levine, B'nai Jacob Congregation
Steve Levitt, Jewish Family & Children's Service
Anita Levy, Jewish Federation
Jeanne Levy, Jewish Federation
Fannie Madwed, Temple Beth Sholom
Mark L. Mendel, Jewish Community Center
Sophie Menschenfreund. Congregation Anahei Sholom
Fannie Merberg, Hadassah
Sybil Miller, Temple Beth Sholom
Joaeph and Esther Molat, Jewish Federation
Shirley Mondschein, B'nai B'rith
Bernard Newman, Jewish Federation
Larry Ochstein, Jewish Federation
Sydell Paris, Temple Beth Sholom
Louis Perlman, Congregation Ansbei Sholom Men's Club
Gertrude Pesacov, National Council of Jewish Women
Zelda Pincourt, Jewish Community Center
Sally Plaze, Pioneer Women
David and Bernice Pollack, B'nai B'rith
Bea Rauchwarger, Temple Beth Sholom
Herman Rosen, B'nai B'rith
Frances Rosenberg, Hadassah
Sara Rosenshein, American Israeli Lighthouse
Albert Rothstein, Congregation Ansbei Sholom
Jean Rubin. Jewish Community Center
Barnett and Tillie Sakren, B'nai B'rith
Harold and Viola Salant, Lucerne Federation Campaign
David Sandier, B'nai B'rith
Adele Sayles. Jewish Family k Children's Service
Gertrude Schorr, Hadasaah
Rose Schwartz, Pioneer Women
Morris and Edith Shapiro, B'nai B'rith
Fanny Schwartz, Hadassah
Gertrude Shepard, Temple Beth Sholom
Dorothy Sheeinger, Hadassah
Philip Shore, B'nai B'rith
Richard G. Shugarman, M.D. Jewish Federation
Barbara Shulman, Jewish Federation
Bernard and Julia Simon, B'nai B'rith
Ruth Singer. Hadassah
Alex and Ruth Sommer. Hadassah
Sylvia Stern, Hadasaah
Rhode Swirin, Hadaasah
Jerome Tiehman. Jewish Federation -^
Max and Joan Tochner. Jewiah Family & Children a Ssrvie.
Louis and Bea Tuckman, National Council of Jewish won*-
Florence Wacka. National Council of Jewiah Women
Judith and Neil Waltzer. Jewiah Federation
Irving Wiedman, B'nai B'rith
Frances Witt, Jewiah Community Center
Peter D. Wunah, M.D. Jewiah Federation
Richard Zaretaky. Jewish Federation
Hilda Zeu, Temple Beth Sholom
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December 18,1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 3

1981-82
Jewish Federation^Unhed Jewish Appeal
CAMPAIGN CABINET
Partof "The Winning Team"
BARBARA SHULMAN
Gnral Campaign Chairman
ALEXANDER GRUBER
BENJAMIN S. HORNSTEIN
RICHARD G. 8HUGARMAN, M.D. PHILIP SISKIN
MMIMMMUNMIIMIIIIIinillHWlWIIW
DR. ABE SZMUKLER
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Bgh Court Tells Bechtel Computers Come To Hornstein
o Shun Boycott Listing Jewish Community Day School
WASHINGTON (JTA) Bechtel Corp., the
it engineering and construction company, was
aired by the Supreme Court to honor an agreement
|-t it not boycott firms blacklisted by Arab countries be-
B the firms do business with Israel.
THE SUPREME COURT refused to review an ap-
1 by Bechtel Corp. which claimed that it did not have
[abide by a consent decree agreed to by the company
" the Justice Department in 1977. According to Bech-
before the decree was signed the Justice Department
lined the decree, changing its meaning.
Five years ago, the Justice Department accused
chtel of violating anti-trust laws by refusing to deal
i American companies blacklisted by Arab nations for
>g business with Israel. The Justice Department also
Bechtel refused to deal with blacklisted persons and
ned blacklists to help with the boycott.
pinion Poll Shows Most
sraelis Favor Sinai Force
L *VIV (JTA) A
m opuuon poll published in
! J^<*lem Po9t ^ tMt
/" Percent of the public
j^^rategic cooperation with
Jt' ^ about < P<*
kfik? favor of Un* ol-
'rf!i to k^> the Soviet!
defending Saudi Arabia.
no, and 4.3 percent were unde-
cided.
Thoee replying affirmatively
were then asked whether they
thought Israeli soldiers should
fight alongside Americans, to de-
fend Saudi Arabia against the
USSR if necessary, and 64.4 per-
cent said yea. with 32.9 percent
saying no and 2.7 percent un-
decided. Support for strategic co-
operation cut across all sections
of the public, of both sexes, all
The upper grade students of
the Homstein-Jewish Com-
munity Dsy School are learning
all about computers in a unique,
cooperative effort of the Day
School the Science Museum and
Planetarium of the Palm
Beaches. In a pioneering effort of
the School and the Museum,
classes have been set up for
students in the sixth and seventh
grades to barn the theory and
operation of computers. The co-
operative venture was developed
through the efforts of a parent in
the school, Carole Ginsburg, who
in her capacity as a Management
Consultant arranged with Dr.
Edward Sobey for the use of the
Science Museum's computer
room for regular classes on Mon-
day and Thursday afternoon for
Day School Students. She was
further able to arrange for two
outstanding volunteer faculty
members, Mr. Robert Evelyn and
Mr. Robert Dryfus, both of whom
axe experienced computer people.
Mr. Levow, the Directors of the
Day School, found two parents
with computer experience, Mrs.
Shirley DeDerson end Mrs.
Peggy Smith, who serve as the
teacher aides in the class.
Using the computers, the
students are learning how to pro-
gram s computer and the theory
involved in taking an abstract
project and working it out for
computer solutions.
opens a whole new range of in-
terests for our students who will
be growing up in a computer
' oriented age. As a direct result of
this program, our PTA is cur-
rently involved in raising the
funds for two in-houae computers
on which students from kinder-
garten through eighth grade can
practice, review, test and rein-
force all the subject areas of the
curriculum.
The students currently in-
volved in computer classes are:
Justin Ginsburg, Rachel Pev-
sner, Kara Glick, Mark Krischer,
Shari Cohen, Tamara Virahup,
Seth Werlinaky, Brian Ray,
Gregg Tartakow, Adam Fein-
silver, Jeff Schimelman, Eric
Kurit, Mini Postal Jason Glick,
Shoshana Chasm, Sara Lamer,
Jared Kay, Paul Tochner. Stuart
Clarry, Joseph Selinger, David
Marcus, Erika Eisenberg, Sharon
Aharoni, Peter Ray. The balance
of the sixth, seventh and eighth
grade students will be in the
second semester computer dksjs.
slated to begin on February 7,
1982. '
JEERING IF they
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Friday, December 18,1981 22 KISLEV 5742
Volume 7 Number 31
Cantor Shapiro, Children and Chaplain Aides
Light Up Lives for Elderly For Chanukah
Israel Bonds Investment
Buying Israel Bonds is not rightly philan-
thropy. Your purchase of Israel Bonds yields in-
terest. Still, you come away feeling that you have
made a critically important contribution to Israel's
development needs. And to proving to others that
Israel has a solid foundation of financial backing
from American Jews and their friends now, more
than ever.
With the advent of shifting political tides as the
year 1981 comes to a close, there is deep concern in
the American Jewish community about the strains
on Israel's development budget. This has set the
scene for a receptive and productive cash effort.
A top-level campaign is on to convert all unpaid
Israel Bonds commitments into cash for Israel's de-
velopment needs before the magic New Year's Eve
deadline. The Israel Bonds cash countdown was
actually targeted through mid-December.
But individuals can show their concerns in a
very practical way. They can convert their commit-
ments to purchase Israel Bonds into cash by extend-
ing the cash countdown 'til the very anticipatory
hours before "Auld Lang Syne." They can invest in
the Jewish State's future.
Sharon Visited Africans
Before Going to :U.S.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon visited several African countries before he flew to
Washington to sign the strategic cooperation agreement
with the U.S., it was disclosed here. Informed sources
have linked the two visits.
THEY SAID Israel's cooperation with several Afri-
can countries would increase, due partly at least to the
"new and enhanced standing" conferred on Israel by
entering a formal strategic relationship with the U.S.
The sources said it was "no coincidence" that Presi-
dent Mobutu Sese Seko of Zaire spoke of the possibility of1
resuming diplomatic ties with Israel when he was in
Washington last week. Mobutu said, however, that he
would not act until he saw how other African countries
treated the issue. Zaire broke relations with Israel after
the Yom Kippur War.
Blum Meets Palestine Question'
Head On in United Nation Debate
The glow of candles, the lyric
loprano voice of Cantor Elaine
Shapiro, children from the Jewish
Community Day School, Temple
Beth El Kadimah children. Tem-
ple Israel students, USY teen-
agers, and a host of talented
members of Federation's
Chaplain Aide Program led by
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman will light
up the lives of residents of nurs-
ing homes, retirement residences
and hospital facilities in Palm
Beach County.
Fourteen institutions for the
elderly, retirement residences,
and St. Marys Hospital are co-
operating with the Chaplain Aide
.'rogram by arranging parties
during the 8-day Chanukah cele-
bration. Most of the places leave
Chanukah lights burning all
week. Cresthaven East, a resi-
dence for elderly, is planning a
surprise each day of Chanukah,
including a party featuring
Cantor Shapiro with USY teen-
agers.
Cantor Shapiro has been co-
operating with the Chaplain Aide
Program in bringing holiday
services to the institutionalized
since the program's inception.
Lending her exceptional talent
for community services has been
a feature of her entire singing
career. She says, "I feel at home
in a nursing home."
Since early childhood she re-
calls her father, Harold Shapiro,
Commander of Jewish War
Veterans, bringing the whole
family to entertain at nursing
homes.
Cantor Shapiro's strong feel-
ings for the elderly are attributed
to her love for the three grand-
parents she has known. "It's
wonderful to be with older peo-
ple," she says, as she wistfully
recalls the summer she spent
with her maternal grandmother
in Maine.
Enthusiasm and joy in work,
' whether it "be with the young or
old is a hallmark of her character.
She loves people and her religion.
From early childhood she has felt
most comfortable in the synago-
gue and has had deep feelings
with the religious melodies .
constantly trying to emulate the
people in the Temple whom she
respected. To the question why
she chose a cantorial career, her
answer is simple. "Praying to
God is the direction I wanted my
life to go, in the interest of per
petuatintr Judaism," and she
adds, "I had the chutzpah" to
try."
Chanukah and throughout a.
vear for th* .;- >T .ut com-
en-
Cantor Elaine Shapiro
Cantor Elaine Shapiro's
"chutzpah" led her through an
arduous program at Jewish
Theological Seminary, where she
earned a Bachelor of Sacred
Music degree from teh Seminary
School of Sacred Music, the
Academy of Vocal Arts,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
Adelphi University and the
Goldowsky Opera Workshop.
She has performed leading roles
in opera as a menber of the Man-
hattan Opera, King as a cantor at
various Tenroles throughout the
United Suites, Canada and
Europe.
As Cantor at Beth El, Elaine
sings the service liturgies in the
best cantorial tradiion, mingled
with innovative arrangements,
which create an unusual dimen-
sion for Sabbath and holiday
prayer. Her organization and
development of the Beth El con-
gregation choir has been an out-
standing accomplishment, and
her work with the Beth El and
USY teenagers is legendary.
Cantor Elaine Shapiro's suc-
cess is a shining light at
year for the entire Jewish ,
munity of Palm Beach Shi
ga*ed to Michael Zimin1"*
Umdscape architect, J%
to be married Febraury 28,J9&?
Participants in the Chanukak
programs will be members^
Chaplain Aide Program SiS*
Alan B. Sherman, Mr and^ft
Jack Oilman, Jeanne g
Murray Goldner, Mr. andMr,'
Murray Kern, Herman LhwE"
IU* MoUen, Phil Sher, Mr S
Mrs.JackSitrmandAlSUllrnT
Also participating will be: Canto
Elaine Shapiro, Temple Beth El
Jewish Community Dav Srhmi
ChHdrenK(fir/ to elhl^S
under the direction of M^
FT"', ,e?..by ^hers: Maya
Gabrieli, Muni Marder, Helen
Schwartz, Renee Seal, Rachel
Stein, Shoshana Walner; Temnfc
IBeth El's Kadimah and USY
children under the direction of
Larry Goldberg Temple Israel
children under the direction of
Judy Hoffman; and Temple
Judea Youth Group under the
direction of Shirley Mitteldorf.
Chanukah pamphlets prepared
by Rabbi Alan R. Sherman are
being distributed through the
Chaplain Aide Program to nurs-
ing homes, residences for the
elderly and hospitals. The pam-
phlets are designed to be used by
staff at the facility as an aide to
celebration of Chanukah. It des-
cribes the holiday, the meaning of
Chanukah, the tradition, appro-
priate prayers, decorations,
games songs (including music),
favorite holiday foods and
recipes.
Members of the community in-
terested in serving the elderly
and hospitalized by participating
in religious services or visiting at
nursing homes, retirement
homes, or hospitals, are invited
to call the office of the Chaplain
at the Jewish Federation, 832-
2120.
SUPER SUNDAY!"82
COMING
JANUARY 17
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS -
(JTA) Israeli Ambassa-
dor Yehuda Blum said, in
remarks prepared for
delivery to the General As-
sembly, that the Camp Da-
vid framework is "the only
practical way to progress
towards a comprehensive
solution of the Arab-Israel
conflict, in all its aspects,
including the question of
the Palestinian Arabs-
Blum, who wu schsdnkd to
addreae the Aeeembry in it* de-
bate on the 'Queetion of Palee-
tfana," Mid the Camp David
framework 'invitee the Palestin-
ian Arab reaidemts of Judaea.
Samaria and the Gaza District to
a an active role in shaping
future, by calling on them tc
participate not only in the cur-
rent negotiations, but also in the
negotiations which will determine
the final status of the areas they
live in, aa well as in the eventual
negotiations on a peace treaty
between Israel and Jordan, in
which the delimitation of
boundaries between the two
countries will be agreed."
THE ISRAELI envoy daimed
that the autonomy plan "is the
first practical proposal to be
advanced to provide a djgwafcd
solution for the needs of the Arab
population of those areas."
Blum said that the Pales-
tinians in the West Bank and the
Gaza Strip who are prepared to
live in peace with Israel "have
been steadily terrorised and in-
timidated by the PLO which has
been conducting, without letup, s
*a>i|iigri of political
nation against them.''
1981-82
Jewish Federation/UJA
Campaign
Calendar of Events
January 10-16
January 16
January 1^
January 26
February 18
March 21
April 18
JEWISH
FEDERATION _
OF BUM BEACH
COUNTY
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
The Breakers
Women's Division Victory Gala
Women's Division Phone-A-Thon


f^jay, December 18,1981

prospectives on Jewish Education
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page*

Chanukah Without Walls
By MORDECAI LEVOW
There is a trend, during the
out decades, in education for
Schools Without Walls." The
concept is one which perceives
the whole community as a school
and recogni2es the value of kids
eetting out of the school to learn
from the broader community and
to contribute to the broader com-
munity. The Day School this year
has been moving in this direction
in several fields.
For many years the school has
had a variety of field trips to
many community resources. Our
students have visited the Science
Museum, Pine Jog Center,
Norton Art Gallery, etc, etc. This
past year our students have
regularly conducted Kabbalat
Shabbat services at the Lakeside
Nursing Home and at other
nursing homes. What is new this
year is the expansion of these ef-
forts on an intensive scale. As de-
scribed elsewhere in the
Floridian, the Day School has
developed an ongoing outreach
program in computer education
for all of our upper grade stu-
dents at the Science Museum. We
are also planning to use the
Science Museum, which is near
the new Parker Avenue campus,
for a host of other science related
activities.
Our big thrust into the com-
munity is, however, coming in
the field of Jewish service. The
theme of this year's Hannukah
celebration at the Day School is
"Hannukah Without Walls." We
BB Chanukah Festival
B'nai B'rith No. 3041 Lt. Col.
Netanyahu Lodge of Palm Beach
will hold its Hanukkah Festival
ADL dinner dance at the Hyatt
Palm Beaches Hotel, 610 Clear-
water Park Rd., West Palm
Beach, on Monday, December 21
at 6:30 p.m.
Helene Lubin and Harrv de
Jonge are being honored for loyal
and dedicated service to the Lt.
Col. Netanyahu Lodge of Palm
Beach.
Robert C. Kohler, assistant
national director of the Anti-
Defamation League and director
of its community service division,
will be the guest speaker. His
topic: "The Changing Face of
Anti-Semitism"
Robert C. Kohler is listed in
"Who's Who in American Jew-
ry," and is an author, lecturer
and instructor at a number of
leading universities. His articles
have appeared in national
publications.
All members, wives and friends
are cordially invited to attend
Robert C. Kohler
this gala celebration.
For information and reser-
vations, contact any one of the
following committee members:
Harry Wolfe, BUI Barth,
Archie B. Levineor Max Zerkin.
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do believe that the highest form
of Tzedakah is the giving of one's
self. That's why, this year, all of
our first to eighth grade students
will be taking Hannukah out to
the community in cooperation
with the Chaplaincy Program.
With the help of Mr. Murray
Kern, the chairman of the Chap-
laincy committee, the Day School
students will visit the major
nursing homes in the community
including The Center at Palm
Beach, Lake Worth Health
Center, Lakeside Health Center,
Palm Beach County Home, At-
lantis and Medicana. In addition
they will assist Rabbi Schectman
of Congregation Anshei Sholom
with a Hannukah celebration at
the Cross County Mall. All this
will help make Hannukah
meaningful to many of those in
the wider community.
These kinds of activities are
important to our children if we
are to give them a feeling of
service to the Jewish community.
It is the kind of activity which we
would encourage every teacher in
every school to emulate. Only as
we give our Jewish young people
a sense of being part of a dynamic
Jewish people will they develop a
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Family and Children's S'rvice
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information at Jewish Family
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the strictest of confidence).
I have a marked distaste for
writing about conferences, work-
shops and meetings. Chiefly, I
suppose, due to the fact that the
people whom I come into contact
with on a daily basis seldom have
the opportunity to participate
and attend these meetings. Also
meetings can sometimes be very
boring or less than useful. How
ever. I recently had the expert
ence of traveling to St. Louis to
attend the Association of Jewish
Family and Children's Agencies'
quarterly meeting. The very
prestigious General Assembly
also was held in St. Louis'during
this same time frame.
On the way to the conference I
had a rather unusual experience.
The jet plane carrying me
towards St. Louis was the closest
aircraft to Cape Kennedy as the
SDace shuttle took off. We wen-
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approximately^ miles southwest
of the launch site. At 33.000 feet,
the sight of the gleaming tech-
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flame-trail was something to be-
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discussions about innovative and
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consideration of funding for and
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are facing and owning up to the
task.
As 1 returned from the con-
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7
A/ei/vs m Brief
Jacobson Elected to JNF Presidency
ByJTA Wire Services
gW YORK Charlotte Ja-
. a leading American
rt' has been elected presi-
of the Jewish National
a succeeding Rabbi William
rkowitz. She is the first woman
head the 80-year-old Zionist
brestation and land develop-
? agency- Prior to her election
r the JNF Board of Directors at
biennial meeting here, Mrs.
obson was chairman of the
Zionist Organization-
erican section. Her two-year
I in office as JNF leader
us immediately.
A native of New York City,
_s. Jacobson has been active in
onist activities for more than
years in various poets in
nerous organizations. In Had-
she was its national vice
sident and national treasurer
i serving as president from
I to 1968. She served as chair-
i of the Medical Building and
.velopment Campaign until
76 and was responsible for the
building of the Hadassah
on Mt. Scopus after the
x-DayWar.
I JERUSALEM Premier
penachem Begin transferred the
i powers and authority of his
i to Deputy Premier Simcha
rlich last week, three days
he was hospitalized for a
;n hip, it was disclosed in a
thy letter the Premier die-
to Haaretz columnist Yoel
larcus published in that news-
kper.
Ehrlich, a leader of Likud's
eral Party wing, chaired to-
r's Cabinet meeting. Accord-
to officials he remains In
i of the government for the
ent.
be unusual 3,000-word letter
dictated from his bed in
idassah Hospital described in
1 how his hip joint was free-
when he fell in his bath-
i and the subsequent surgery
I other treatment. He said he
insferred his authority to Ehr-
I because he was in too much
i to exercise his duties.
WASHINGTON Shimon
ere9, chairman of Israel's op-
tion Labor Party, said he told
etary of State Alexander
aig Monday that Israel does
want to "harass" U.S.
relations with Saudi Arabia but
wants to be assured that they will
not be at the expense of U.S. re-
lations with Israel.
Peres told reporters after a
more than 30-minute meeting
with Haig that he also stressed
that the U.S.-Saudi relationship
should contribute toward peace
in the Middle East. Before
coming to the State Department,
Peres met with Vice President
George Bush.
PARIS President Mobutu
Sese Seko of Zair said here that
all obstacles for the resumption
of diplomatic relations with Isra-
el have been lifted. Mobutu, who
had earlier conferred with French
President Francois Mitterrand,
said Zair will first consult,
however, with other African
countries to try and iron out a
joint approach.
The Zaire leader said, "We
attach great value to our rela-
tions with the Arab states, but
Zaire is an independent state, and
I shall act as the President of an
independent country.''
NEW YORK A leading Re-
publican Congressman from New
York said here that "as a Chris-
tian, I'm glad Jerusalem is in the
hands of Israel. There is no other
nation on earth I would entrust
Jerusalem to more than Israel."
In his address to some 600 peo-
ple attending the Zionist Organi-
zation of America's Brandeis
Award Banquet at the New York
Hilton, Rep. Jack Kemp also
called for the immediate
resumption of the Camp David
negotiations, calling them
"Camp David II," and said he
would request that President
Reagan appoint Sol Linowitz,
former special U.S. representa-
tive to the Middle East during
the Carter Administration, to get
the talks going again between
Israel and Egypt.
VIENNA An Israeli editor
and a Palestinian author both
maintained here that there is a
rising tide of opinion in Israel and
among diaspora Jewry favoring a
dialogue between Israelis and
Palestinians, including the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
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Both were awarded prizes for
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NEW YORK The State of
Israel "considers alcoholism
among its Jewish inhabitants
serious enough to warrant an
alcohol treatment program," two
experts have reported in a sum-
mary on alcoholism among Jews
issued by the Beth Israel Medical
Center of New York.
The summary was prepared bv
Dr. Stephen Levy, director of the
Beth Israel alcohol treatment
program, and Beulah Rosenwas-
ser, health education specialist
volunteer at the Beth Israel
Center.
According to the report,
"Among Jews in Israel, alcohol is
more prevalent in those coming
from Asia and Africa than in
those (Jews) originating in
Europe and America." They said,
"This is explained by the fact
that immigrants from Asia and
Africa coming to westernized
Israel suffered a great cultural
shock, whereas European and
American Jews had less difficulty
adapting to their new home."

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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Friday. IWber,
Same StoriesDifferent Dates
to that country. Two ships a
week are arriving with Russian
technicians, and 20 planeloads
reached there recently.
"Flight of Jews From
Hungary." Following the entry
of Soviet troops into Hungary
there has been a mass flight of
Hungarians from the country, a-
mong them many Jews. Despite
tight border control thousands
manage to get out daily.
"Don't Waste Electricity." A
small advertisement about an
innovation a sun heater
produced by the Miromit Co.
By CARL ALPERT
HAIFA How long is a
quarter of a century? Expressed
that way, i' sounds like a seg-
ment of history. To a young per-
9wn. 25 years can be a whole life-
time. To people more advanced in
years it represents a span of time
which they can look back upon,
perhaps with mixed memories.
Israel's popular afternoon
newspaper, Maariv, has pub-
lished a volume reproducing its
front pages over a 30 year period.
Idly we turned the pages to read
the headlines of the closing which assures an ample supply of
months of 1956, exactly 25 years hot water without fuel,
ago. Some were so familiar they
could have been written yester-
day. Others jogged memories of
stories which were once on the tip
of everyone's tongue. Still others
were only curiosa. Let's look at
some of those Novembtr-
December headlines of 1956.
We Shall Not Evacuate the
Sinai." Israel's Foreign Minister
told the British Ambassador that
Israel would not leave the Sinai
Peninsula. Israel's troops reacted
strongly to the British proposal
that they leave the area occupied
following the Sinai Campaign
which took place in October,
when Britain and France also in-
vaded the Suez area.
Increase in Flow of Soviet
Arms to Syria." British and
French sources revealed Soviet ,
efforts to gain control in Syria by
dispatching arms and technicians
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rael Fleet." The Ibrahim El-
Awal, Egyptian war vessel which
had steamed into the outer
waters of Haifa, had sought to
shell the city, and had been cap-
tured by Israel torpedo boats, is
now undergoing refitting and will
SSBook
Called Menace
By DAVID KANTOR
BONN (JTA) A book ex-
tolling the Waffen SS. written by
a former member of the notorious
Nazi security police, has been
branded a menace to West
German youth for spreading neo-
Nazi ideas. Not surprisingly, it
has been praised in neo-Nazi pub-
lications.
The angry controversy sur-
rounding Ich War Dabei ("I Was
At It") by Franz Schoenhuber
has put it on the best seller list.
The publisher, Langen-Mueller
Verlag, said the first two editions
have sold better than expected
and a third edition is in prepara-
tion.
Public figures and journalists
in Munich and elsewhere have
attacked the book and have de-
manded that the author resign
from his post as honorary chair-
man of the Bavarian Journalists
Association. Schoenhuber has re-
fused. Only a few weeks ago, he
was rejected vice chief editor of
the Bavarian State television and
radio station.
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"Britain Refuses to Sell Tanks
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Israel in the three-nation attack
on Egypt, Great Britain now re-
fuses to sell Israel Centurion
tanks, and has cancelled Israel
orders for spare parts for planes
and other equipment previously
purchased.
"Expulsion of Jews from
Egypt Begins." The first group
of 670 Jews expelled from Egypt
has been loaded on ships bound
for France and Italy. Those who i
do not leave by the deadline may
be interned in camps.
"Convoy Goes op to Mooat
Scopus." The Israel convoy to
Mount Scopus left from the city
of Jerusalem at 5:40 a.m., re-
mained in the enclave for two
hours, and returned. In both di-
rections it was protected by
heavily armed Jordanian troops,
to prevent any Arab attacks on
the vehicles.
"Confrontation Between
Poland and Russia Only a Family
Argument." Elections scheduled
in Poland have been postponed,
and Kruachev has agreed to re-
ceive the Polish leader, Gomulka.
Russian military authorities in-
Mt that good relations i_
maintained with PoU^
that country contains the i
transport channels k.
Russia and Germany, in,
need.
M8yrian Soldiers
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

Page9
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selection and the quality of all the products you have here at Marshalls
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Tour everyday prices are
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Stewart Sutherland
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Sara Trowbrtdge
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compared to the other name
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Fonda linn
"Somebody has finally given
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Name brand clothes for in-
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Bonna Whlttaker
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Fri^y. December,
Part of the National Council of Jewish Women Paula Hawkins.
Florida delegation who visited with Senator
Local NCJWDelegates Receive Advocacy
Training in Washington
Eugenia Feldman, Emily
Gordon, Helen Abrams, Sonia
Koffa and Ann Madier recently
returned from Washington, D.C.
where, together with more than
400 National Council of Jewish
Women leaders from across the
country, they attended the
organization's 1961 Joint Pro-
gram Institute, held from Nov.
16 to Nov. 19.
During the four-day Institute,
they received detailed legislative
and federal agency briefings
which focused on the impact of
the Administration's policies on
NCJW's domestic priorities
women's issues, aging, and chil-
dren and youth aa well as on
American foreign policy towards
Israel and the Middle East.
Training also included a
simulated Congressional hearing
on abortion rights, a panel on
"How to Work in Washington,"
and workshops on coalition
building. As a result of their in-
tensive training experience, they
return with sharpened skills
Second Annual Women'sDay
Nancy Abrams, Chairperson of
Women's Programming at the
Jewish Community Center is
proud to announce that the Jew-
ish Community Center's Second
Annual Women's Day will take
place at Camp Shalom, 7875
Belvedere Road, Sunday,
January 10. 1982 from 9 a.m. to
4:15 p.m.
Women's Day is designed to
tenable participants to become
more aware of resources for per-
sonal growth both within them-
selves and within the community.
Women will be able to choose
from the following workshops:
Managing your Money in a
Choatic Environment; Women's
Political Health Issues; Circle of
Warmth; Jazzercise; Personal
Appearance plus My Jewish
Identity; Women's Rights in
Employment; Passages Through
a Woman's Life; Managing Your
Life as an Individual; Exploring
Your Creative Potential; Active
Listening: Parent-Child Com-
munication; Changing Role of
Women in Judaism.
The workshops will be led by
professional women in the com-
munity.
The fee for this day, which in-
cludes a continental breakfast
and a Kosher lunch is 115 for JCC
5th Annual
Homecoming
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.
Rapaport are once again hosting
the Annual College Homecoming
Dinner and Dance. The theme of
this year's party is "Celebration
of the 60s.''
If you have a college student
coming home for Winter Vaca-
tion or if you know of one, please
call Mark Mendel at the Jewish
Community Center, 689-7700 and
give him the information. A very
special invitation will be sent.
This party is by invitation only.
College students are en-
couraged to come as their
favorite character of the 60's. A
Kosher dinner will be served and
there will be dancing to the
sounds of the 60's by a live band.
Get out your love beads,
flowers and psychedelic paints
and enjoy meeting all th- college
students hom* for vacation.
members and f 18 for non-mem-
bers. Childcare will be provided
at the JCC. 2415 Okeechobee
Blvd.. from 8:30 a.m. to 4:45
p.m. for a fee of $5 for one child,
$2.50 for each additional child.
Call Harreen Bertisch, Pro-
gram Director of the JCC, at 689-
7700 for more information.
Registration deadline for this
program is Monday, January 4,
1982.
necessary for developing a corps
of well-trained advocates at the
grass roots level. This year, one
of their priorities will be a na-
tional study on "Teen-Age Girls
and Juvenile Justice.
While in Washington, the
women had an opportunity to put
advocacy into practice. On Tues-
day, Nov. 17, together with other
NCJW delegates, they stood vigil
at the Soviet Embassy on behalf
of Soviet Jews. On Nov. 18 they
met with Senator Paula Hawkins I
and their Congressional Repre-,
sentatives to express concerns on
issues covered in the Institute.
The Institute was sponsored
by the National Council of Jewish
Women, America's oldest Jewish
women's volunteer organization.
NCJW has 100,000 members in
over 200 sections throughout the
country. These volunteers sup-
port service projects aimed at im-
proving the quality of life for in-
dividuals of all ages, races, reli-
gions and socio-economic levels
in their own communities, as well
as elsewhere in the L nited States
and also the State of Israel.
Attention
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Manhattan Bank. Israel prefers you reinvest
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the Chase Manhattan Bank to collect your
principal plus interest.
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< December 18,1981
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Pag*11
Organizations In The News
AMERICAN RED
MAGEN DAVID
Chapter (ARMD) ia
10Ver 260 strong. It ia a
to the men and women of
) have shown concern and
, for the ambulance orga-
j of Israel.
i next membership meeting
, place on Monday Jan.
(115 p.m. at Congregation
| Sholom. All are invited,
er details please call
. Lemer or Lou Perlman.
wresting meeting is being
pNAI B'RITH WOMEN
i Mitzvah Council of B'nai
a, Women will have "Queen
JDay" luncheon to be held at
Preakers Hotel on Jan. 26.
Chapters participating
.Chai. Massada, Medina,
pra, Ohav and Olam.
B'rith Women is the
1st and oldest Jewish service
Miration. It promotes Ameri-
|m, Youth welfare on campus
fell, community service, in-
Ith good will and the Anti-
nation league.
Honoran Chairmen for
\ years have been Mrs. Mor-
lewirz of Washington, D.C.,
Beach; Mrs. Harold
) of Larihmont, N.Y.,
I Beach: Mrs Max Starr of
dm, Mass Palm Beach;
Im Heach.
kai B'rith Masada chapter
Jttend the Donor Luncheon
B'nai B'rith Women's
yah Council to be held at the
;ers Hotel, I'alm Beach on
lay, Jan. 2f>. at 12 Noon.
I feature of the event will be
ueen for a Day' celebra-
The lucky winner will
; many prizes and gifts, all
1 suitable for a queen.
(honorable chairpersons for
i Luncheon will be Fran-
ferwitz, Betty Shapiro, Doris
land Hennie Stern, all reai-
|of Palm Beach.
omen of the respective
^ittees for the luncheon are:
Marsh Donor, Stella
erman (iifts, Frances
bsh Reservations.
i B'rith Women, Menorah
r 1496, will meet Tuesday,
112, at the First Federal
of Delray. Boutique hour 12
p.m. Jackie Lorber, well
violinist, will entertain
Uassic and light show tunes.
^hments will be served.
s scheduled: Dec. 23, Burt
VAs Dinner Theatre, "Fid-
pn the Roof"; Early Feb-
New Orleans. For in-
ponand reservations phone
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topics .Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach
County. 8322120
NiHiitiiimniimitmviM^
Hadassah, will be presented by
the Lee Vassil Choral Group, in
honor of Hadassah's 70th Birth-
day.
We are also having exchange of
Gifts in honor of Hannukah
Party, for the Grab Bag.
Refreshments will be served.
All Members and Guests are in-
vited.
West Palm Beach
Ruth Rubin or Lillian Cohen.
HADASSAH
Chai Hadassah will hold a
regular membership meeting on
Thursday, Dec. 24, at 12:30 p.m.
in the Social Hall of the Challen-
ger Country Club. The program
"Jewish Home Beautiful" is
under the direction of Annette
DuBey.
Tables will be set up illustrat-
ing the Holidays we celebrate
throughout the year. In poetry
form selected ladies will relate the
meaning of each holiday and
what the various items on the
tables symbolize. This is a very
moving experience that many
will recall having witnessed
several years ago at one of oui
meetings. Don't miss it this year.
The drawing for the beautiful-
ly-framed Hibel Poster will take
place at this meeting.
The Lee Vassil Group of the
Lake Worth Chapter of Hadas-
sah, will hold their regular
monthly meeting on Wednesday,
Dec. 23. at 12:30 p.m., at the
Senior Citizen's Centre 2nd Ave-
nue and Dixie Highway.
An original dramatic play and
musical program, "Salute to
Shalom
Hadassah:
Thursday, Dec. 24. Clubhouse,
3 p.m. Augusta Steinhardt
continues her series on the Bible.
Dec. 30-Jan. 1. Gala New Years
trip to the West Coast and Warm
Mineral Springs. Contact
Frances Nudelman, Florence
Siegel. Lillian Schack.
I1T1ue"day- J- 12. a day at
Hialeah Race Track. For reserva-
tions. Gene Fermaglich, Belle
Kreit.
Thursday, Feb. 26, annual
Pledge Luncheon for the benefit
of Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion, at The Breakers. Contact
Sylvia Citrin, Estelle Kashden.
Apr. 18-21. For your relaxation
and enjoyment, a repeat trip to
Lido Spa. CaU Frances Nudel-
man, Estelle Kashden, Lillian
Schack. Also, remember to
contact Frances, Estelle, and Lil-
lian for details about our two
trips to the 1982 World's Fair in
Knoxville.
Florence Shapiro will give you
information about the One Hun-
dred Club, drawing in January.
WOMEN'S AMERICAN OBT
Haverhill Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will hold a Cha-
nukah candle lighting ceremony
and party on Dec. 20, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Green-
stien. The candle lighting and
singing will be led by Mr. Ber-
nard Freisler. All members are
invited.
PIONEER WOMEN
EZRAT Club, Pioneer Women.
will hold their annual Chanukah
Party, Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 7
p.m., at the Lake Worth Senior
Citizens Center.
Traditional goodies will be
served and entertainment will be
provided by the Harmonaires of
Covered Bridge. There will be a
charge of $4.50 per person and
Chairperson, Pearl Lins and her
committee promise a fun night.
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Frida
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Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior
Service' Center, receives funds
from Federal Grant, Title III of
the Older Americans Act.
awarded by Uulfstream Areawide
Council on Aging, and the Flor-
ida Department of H.R.S.
enabling us to provide tran-
sportation for the transit disad-
vantaged as well as a variety of
recreation and educational
wrvicee.
Transportation is available to
he transit disadvantaged. Call
589-7700 for information
Gala Chanukah Party spon-
sored by Second Tuesday Club,
Sam Rubin, President
Celebrate the 4th day of Cha-
nukah on Wednesday, Dec. 23,
1:30 p.m. at the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Cantor Elaine
The Jewish Music and Culture Hour
WHRS-FM-Stereo 91, the only
non-commercial radio station in
this area to broadcast classical
music and fine arts program-
ming, presents "The Jewish
Music and Culture Hour," a spe-
cial program of interest for the
Jewish community in our area
every Sunday at 10 p.m.
"The Jewish Music and Cul-
ture Hour," hosted by Mrs.
Helen Furman, is comprised of
specially selected musical or-
chestrations, Yiddish Literature,
pieces of humor and holiday pro-
grams, as well as interviews of
interest from the Dateline Israel
Series.
Mrs. Furman, who goes back
some 25 years in broadcasting,
first started in Boston, where she
produced and hosted a health and
beauty program for ladies. Then
it was on to New York where she
remained several years as assis-
tant program director for
WEVD-AM and FM, owned by
the nation's only surviving Yid-
dish newspaper, "The Jewish
Dairy Forward."
In fulfillment of a life's dream,
Mrs. Furman journeyed to Israel
in 1972 where she lived seven
years, to learn as much as
possible about the old world,
before returning to the United
states.
"The Jewish Music and Cul-
ture Hour" is a product of Mrs.
Furman's many enlightening ex-
periences and knowledge of that
particular ethnic history.
Co-host, and program narrator,
is Dr. Simon Silverman, who, af-
ter many years as Head of the
Bureau of Child Guidance for the
Education Department in New
York, joined WHRS-FM and
Helen Furman not long after the
program's inception in April,
1980.
David Mayrowitz contributes
the program's popular Yiddish
readings. A resident of Kings
Point, Mr. Mayrowitz is current-
ly Head of the Jewish Culture
Club there and is also an active
member in the Workman's Circle.
An expert in the Yiddish lan-
guage, Mr. Mayrowitz provides
listeners with some of his own
pieces, as well as many favored
classics.
Chanukah is
A Family Affair
Shapiro of Temple Both El will
present a delightful program with
an historical overview of Chanu-
kah plus Chanukah tales, games,
and community ringing 0f
holiday songs with Ruth Hyde at
the piano. Everyone is invited to
attend. Potato pancakes, apple
sauce, coffee will be served. Re-
freshment donation 76 cents.
Please call Sam Rubin for reser-
vations.
On-Going Programs
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women Joe Greenberg and
Sylvia Skolnik, group leaders.
Tuesdays 1 pan. (Except second
Tuesday of the month)
Speakers Crab Herbert
Sperber, President. Thursdays 10
a.m.
Classes
Bridge Classes Lester Ros-
enthal, instructor. Monday
mornings during December 9:30
a.m.
Beginners Photography
George H. Marks. Wednesday
mornings during December 10
a.m.
Beginnera Conversational
_, *> Through U.
Extension C& *j-
P* Therapist ail
Uke Worth {&&J&
11 am. Thursday. 1
?fht lessonsTaU gfe1
information. ^"w
DefensrveDrivhw,,
AW*. Paul Ob,*, [
defensive driving in.71i
conduct a two-a**?
class Dec. 22 andiMftL
as? ft-^
Colonial Penn or
Insurance will be m
percent discount on
insurance premiums
pletion of the two sesao
registration is required, i
foe for instruction*]
Please call the Center i
Rhonda Cohen to
reservations.
Prime Time Single* j
kah celebration Sunday |
7:30 p.m. at the Jewiih'b
nity Center. There will
freshments and dandst
music to John Lester, i
$2 cover charge. Cell [
the Center.
The Jewish Community Center
extends an invitation to all
families in the community to
spend the first night of Chanukah
with us, Sunday, December 20,
1981. This event will be held at
Swartzberg Hall, Temple Israel,
1901 No. Flagler Drive starting
at 4:30 p.m.
The festivities will begin with a
candle lighting ceremony. A
complete program is planned for
the evening which includes a
petite ballet demonstration, gift
exchange plus s spectacular
magic show Derformed by Elaine
Allen. Dinner will be buffet style.
The Center will provide chicken,
latkes and applesauce plus
beverages. Families must bring a
covered dish (salads or desserts).
Each child who wishes to partici-
pate in the Chanukah gift ex-
change is asked to bring a gift S3
maximum.
The fee for this event is $6.50
for adults and $3.50 per child for
JCC members and $8 for adults
and $4.50 per child for non-mem-
bers.
For further information please
call the JCC at 689-7700.
David G. Hirsowitz, D.D.SJ
Announces the opening of his office
for the practice of
ORTHODONTICS
1309 S. Flagler Drive
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18,1981
TheJewish Floridian of Palm Btaeh County_______
Page 13
grbal Urges Israel to Change Attitude
0N (JTA) -
Ghorbal, Egypt's
ador to the United
[saidhere that Israel
"change its atti-
oing away with its
0 an unhappy occu-
J create a relaxed at-
Le that would in-
Palestinians to joiL
pnomy talks."
said that "despite
adea of fears, doubts
nnceptions, Egypt can
Je of bridge between Is-
[the Palestinians." He
d that the ceasefire
j Israel-Lebanon border
dad into a peace treaty
irst step toward mutual
by Israelis and
THE EGYPTIAN Ambassa-
dor's remarks were part of an ad
drees to 4,000 delegates attend
tag the Union of American
Hebrew Congregation 66th bien-
lial convention here. Ghorbal
accepted a poshumous award
from the UAHC to the late
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat, for "aervicea to the world
community."
Ghorbal called Sadat a "leader
of great vision" and said Sadat's
successor, President Hosni
Mubarak, is a "man in Sadat's
image" who is committed to
strengthening relations with Is-
rael while at the same time ful-
filling the commitments of the
Camp David agreements.
Meanwhile, Samuel Lewis,
U.S. Ambassador to Israel,
making a rare appearance before
[of the Jewish Community Center of the Palm Beaches wishes
kunit.v a festive and bright Chanukah.
panese Envoy Vows Arafat's
tit to Tokyo Changed Nothing
'YORK- (JTA)-
I Ambassador to the
I Nations, Masahiro
has told the
Jewish Congress
the aftermath of
; to Tokyo by Pales-
beration Organiza-
Ihief Yasir Arafat,
has not in any way
' its policy toward
and it "does not
1 grant diplomatic
I to the PLO office
i met privately with the
Jorth American Interna-
Iffairs Committee where
|* of Japan's policies
fe Middle East were the
pf an in-depth exchange
9 with leaders of two
Itional Jewish organiza-
| session which lasted
t two hours.
[ATS VISIT to Japan in
Ms raised as a principal
'concern. Nisibori said
[Nation for the visit
P*d not by the govern-
t y a group of Japanese
ftarians. However, the
*aa viewed by the
f a good oppor-
P exchange views and
"Jons."
I that in the meetings
Place, the Japanese
Prime Minister and Foreign
Minister "strongly urged that
the PLO recognize Israel's right
to exist and emphasized the need
to settle any problems by con-
ducting talks in a peaceful man-
ner without recourse to the threat
or use of military force." At these
meetings, according to Nisibori,
Arafat was urged to moderate the
practices and policies of the PLO
and Japan hoped that this would
be a result of the Tokyo visit.
Nisibori noted that Japan
"does not support the one-sided
recognition of the Palestinian
people's right of self-determina-
tion." Japan continued to insist
that another principle must "l80
be recognized, namely, "respect
for an acknowledgement of the
sovereignty, territorial integrity
and the political independence of
every state in the rea.'hesaid.
. WHEN QUSTIONED as to
whether he could therefore state
on behalf of his government that
there would be no possibility of
diplomatic recognition of the
PLO until such time that the
PLO formally recognizes Israel's
right to exist, Nisibori said that
his response was "definitely in
the affirmative."
In outlining his country's posi-
tion on the Arab-Israeli question,
Nisibori made three points: First,
peace in the Middle East must be
just, lasting and comprehensive;
second, such a peace must be
baaed on Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338-
an American Jewish audience,
told the UAHC convention that
the "threat of war in the Middle
East has receded" and that "the
U.S. and Israel now enjoy an
open, defacto relationship as
symbolized by the signing of the
memorandum of understanding"
last week by U.S. Defense Sec-
retary Caspar Weinberger and
Israeli Defense Minister Ariel
Sharon.
LEWIS ADDED that Israel
was "more powerful than any
time in her history thanks to the
help of the United States." He
said the Camp David process was
the "only agreed upon solution to
the problem of the Palestinians."
While acknowledging past
differences because of "differing
roles, responsibilities, assess-
ments and expectations," Lewis
said, "There has been no erosion
in the deep historic, bipartisan
American commitment to Israel's
security and permanence. "
Also addressing the UAHC,
the central body of Reform Juda-
ism in the U.S., was Ephraim
Evron, Israel's Ambassador to
the United States. In one of his
final appearances before retiring
as the Israeli envoy, Evron said
U.S.-Israel relations were even
closer today than they were three
years ago, when he assumed his
P"st. He predicted that "this
closeness will continue."
Citing Israel's growth and de-
velopment, Evron said Israel's
security and the chances of peace
depend on four fundamental con-
siderations: the strength of Is-
rael's defense forces; Israel's
economic viability and social co-
hesion; the commitment of world
Jewry to Israel's security; and
the special and unique relation-
ship between Israel and the US.
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By RABBI
DR. BENJAMIN R06AYN
The Free Synagogue Boca Raton
The minor festival of Hanuk-
kah seems to attain major sig-
nificance because of many fac-
tors: It is a true story about faith
and faithfulness, about Jewish
heroes and heroism; about light
and enlightenment, about dedi-
cation and ^dedication, about
freedom of the mind in a free
body, free to worship and to ful-
fill our callings; about songs,
potato pancakes, and dray dels;
about a righteous minority which
fought and won against an evil
power; about priests-leaders and
laymen-followers who united to
preserve our heritage, values and
religion; and about Israel today.
In a lighter vein, some will re-
flect and say that the minor festi-
val of Hanukkah is lucky in that
it is a Festival of Light which is
celebrated about Christmas time.
Indeed the early Christians cele-
brated it, as did Jesus {John
10.22). "Hanukkah lights" occu-
py a legalistic discussion along-
side the "Sabbath lights" (in
Talmud Shabbat 21B). Chanukah
or Hanukkah can mean "they en-
camped on the 25th day of the
month of Kislev." Its root word
also connotes education and
learning even as Hanukkah con
notes enlightenment and light
(during the winter solstice and
has a major message). Yes, in
many ways Hanukkah by reason
of its placement on the calendar,
is lucky or fortunate in being pre-
served and emphasized. The
draydel, or spinning top, used by
the Yvanim of that period as a
gambling device or game tells
of a predicament and a dilemma.
The draydel had to be used to
outwit the enemies of To rah. This
draydel, which on its sides pro-
claims, and advertises as it spins,
that the Eternal caused "a great
miracle to happen there" this
draydel also spins out hicky win-
ners. What can Hanukkah and
the draydel teach us about win-
ning and luck and mazal?? Quite
a bit.
The exclamation "maxal tov"
is well known and often used. Be-
cause Judaism does not endorse
astrology nor believe that, truth-
fully, our destiny and ruck are
actually dependent upon the
position of the stars {Jeremiah 10
and Isaiah 47:13) the sages (in
Lucky Hanukkah
Rabbi Dr. Benjamin Roaayn
Talmud Shabbat 156A and in
Nedarim 32A) opine that: "Israel
has no mazal or lucky star or
tutelary planet." Jacob's, in
"Jewish Contributions to Civi-
lization" (P.73), proudly states
that the religion of Israel freed
mankind from the worship of hick
and fate. Mankind is also the
beneficiary of the Hanukkah epi-
sode and message. Hence, when
you play the draydel play not
necessarily to luckily win, but u
increase your joy and skill at tr
whirl and game of living by re-
dedicating yourself to the theme,
purpose and message of Han-
nukkah.
And yet, in democratic Juda-
ism "where there are two Jews,
there are three opinions": So
continue to wish one another
success or "mazal tovT but re-
member that its {mazalI conso-
nants M, Z, L are said to spell
and teach:"M" for Makoam, or
being "lucky" by being in the
right place; Z for Zman, or being
"lucky" bv beine at the rurht
time; and L for Lashoan, or being
"lucky" by using the right words
or language! Most of the time we !
make our own "luck."
The Zohar opines that "all de-
pends upon luck, even the Holy
Scroll in the Temple," that is, to
have the hick to be the Scroll
chosen to be read from. In the
same sense also does the Talmud
(in Moed Katan 28A and Megil-
lah 6B) state that "long life,
progeny and livelihood depend
upon mazal." The Yiddish maxim
tries to explain the inexplicable
by admitting that "Es is
bashert" (i.e., it is predestined by
reason of it being the Eternal's
will for our destiny). "If a man is
destined to drown, he will drown
even in a spoonful of water"
says the Yiddish dictum. *
Philosophers have long
debated the efficacy of the ingre-
dient called "mazal" or luck:
"We make our destiny and for-
tunes and call it luck or fate."
"Good or bad luck is a synonym,
in the majority of instances, for
good and bad judgement." "He
who wakes up lucky and success-
ful has not been sleeping."
"Whether or not it's bad luck to
meet a black cat depends upon
whether you are a man or a
mouse." On balance, let us not
blame the Eternal for our misfor-
tunes yet claim credit for our-
selves alone for our successes.
As you kindle the Menorah,
rededicate yourself and joyously
celebrate Hanukkah at home
with your family and friends, and
at Temple with the congre-
gational family. As you spin the
draydel, think of the miracle
which happens when persons of
good-will and dedication work for
and unite in a good and godly
cause. That the lights of Hanuk-
kah will radiate and enlighten
your faith and life is my
sincere prayerful wish.
SUPER SUNDAY B2
COMING
JANUARY 17
BENJAMIN 8. HORNSTEIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL OF
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL OF
PALM BEACH COUNTY
a limited number of applications are being accepted
for the
1981/82 School Year
PRESCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 8
Accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools
Mordecai Le vow
Director
Dr. Howard B. Kay
President
i:
2815 N. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida
Telephone 832-8423/4
NEW CAMPUS: 5801 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, Florida
A beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Synagogues in
Palm Beach County
Orthodox
Altz Chaim Congregation Century Vlllac
W. Palm Beach Phone: 689-4675 Sabbath services qY
p.m. Daily services 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. '
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany L, Kings Point, Delray Beach 33446 Phone tan*,
499-9229 Harry Silver. President Dally services 8am m* ? '
Saturdays and Holidays 9 am. no
Reform
Temple larael
1901 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 334071 Phon.
8421 Dr. Irving B. Cohen, Rabbi Emeritus Dr. Richard G Sn
man, President Stephen J. Goldstein, Administrator Sabbaths*!
vices, Friday 8 p.m.
Tample Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phon*
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath id
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 a.m. Torah Study with *3
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave C
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street, Delray Beach, 33444. rL
Samuel Silver President, Bernard Etish Friday services at it
p m Temple Beth Torah
at St. David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Kill Blvd. ad
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beach. Mailing address 1125 Jack PineS
West Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward Conn, Cantor Nicholas I
President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700). Sabbath service, Friday at 8:l5p.m
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel L. Levlne Cantor Rita Shore Barbara
President 1407 14th Lane, Lake Worth, Fl. 33463 Phon*
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m. Meeting it
Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000 Washing
Rd. at Southern Blvd.__________
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (In
west of Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue, P.O. Box 3,1
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600.391-1111 Rabbi Beniamin Rosiyn'4,
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Conservative
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. W. Palm Beach, Fi. 33411 Rabbi Joseo* |
Spelser Phone 689-9430 President, Gerson Felt.
TemDle Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone 83343* |
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro.
Shabbath Evening Service at 8:15 p.m. in
The Sanctuary. Saturday morning at 930 a.m. Daily Minyanat8:1J|
a.m., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9:00a.m.
Congregation Anshei Shoiom
6348 Grove Street. West Palm Beach 33409 Phone 684-3212 (
hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Rabbi Harry Z Scbectman Cantor Mo
Spektor Services daily 8:30 a.m. and 5-30p.m. Friday. 8:30 aja.1
p.m. late services 8:16 p.m. followed by One* Shabbat Saturday.!"
a.m. 5p.m. Mincha followed by Sholoah Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodeah
at Congregational Church, 115, N. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach*
Phone 737-4622 Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services, Friday]
8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. A1 Street, Lake Worth 33460Phone 585-5020MM
Emanuel Elsenberg Cantor Jacob Elman Services Mondays aij
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Temple Beth David
at Westminister Presbyterian Church. 10410 N. Military Trail. 1
Beach Gardens. Office at 321 Northlake Blvd. North I
Beach* Phone:846-1134 Rabbi William Mardar Cantor Earl
Backoff Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p,m.. Saturday 10a.m.
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue G', Belle Glade 33430 Cantor Jack Stateman j
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:30 p.m.
Temple B'nal Jacob
at Faith Onited Presbyterian Church. 276 Alemeida Dr,v,,J*!
Spring 33461 Temple B'nai Jacob. President Jscob Frant rsa
96*0034 Sabbath services. Friday at 8 p.m. Saturday at 9 a-ia 1
days and Thursdays at 9 am
B'nal Torah Congregation J
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue. Boca Raton 33432 Phone: 932-8566!"
Nathan Zelizer Sabbath services. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:30u,
Temple Emeth of the Delray Hebrew CorigrtgajW
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446 Phone: ****^
Rabbi Bernard Silver Cantor Beniamin Adler Sabbath sew
Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 9 a.m. Daily Mlnyans at 845 anv aw
p.m.
,~. Temple Emanu-EI ovljM, 1
190 North County Road. Palm Beach 33480 Phone: 83*-
Rabbi Joel Chazln Cantor David Dardashti Sabbath sew
Friday at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
Tample Beth Zlon
Uons Club 700 Cameiia Dr. Royal Palm Beach. Friday night 60*
Saturday 9 am.


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TEMPLE BETH EL
WEST PALM BEACH
BD|e Beth El will provide
!ive Hanukkah education
for the children of ita
us School, their parents
Till adult
Tegation
nber20.
students have been divided
I five groups, regardless of age
Lade, which wiU be led by an
Yh irrade student as captain .
ujng at 9:10 a.m. each
,n will spend 30 minutes at
of five "stations": Hanuk-
members of the
on Sunday,
kah cooking led by Mina Anafi
and Rahel Moekowitz; Hanuk-
kah Art led by Maya Gabrieli and
Meris Hanna; Hanukkah Music
led by Rahel Stein; Hanukkah
Dance led by Triporah; and
Hanukkah Minhagim (customes)
led by Ruth Levow. The groups
will be trained to observe the
forthcoming holiday in its full
traditional sense. The children
will also prepare their own latkes
and will then serve them.
Two 45 minute sessions led by
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch and
Cantor Elaine Shapiro have been
arranged for adults. The Rabbi
will conduct a session on the his-
tory and origins of Hanukkah
beginning at 10:15 a.m. Cantor
Shapiro will conduct a Hanukkah
Music Workshop beginning at 11
a.m. Adults and children will
then gather together in Senter
Hall at 11:40 for a special treat
prepared by Sisterhood under the
leadership of Mrs. Rene Gleiber.
All parents and grandparents are
invited.
TEMPLE BETH EL
SISTERHOOD
temple Beth El Sisterhood will
hold its Annual Chanukah Party
on Tuesday, December 22, at 8
p.m. in Senter Hall.
There will be a musical pro-
gram and the traditional Potato
"Latkes" will be served.
Everyone is requested to bring
a small gift suitable for distri-
bution to patients in our local
nursing homes.
All members and guests are
invited to attend. Donation
2.50.
CONGREGATION
ANSHEISHOLOM
Friday evening at 8:15 p.m.
December 25, the Men's Club will
have their fifth annual Oneg
Shabbat at the synagogue. Mem-
bers of the Men's Club will par-
ticipate in the services. All mem-
bers and their friends are invited.
TEMPLE BETH DAVID
On Sunday, December 20 at
7:30 p.m. there will be a Congre-
gational lighting of the first
Chanukah candle. Refreshments
will be served. The congregation
currently meets at the West-
minster Presbyterian Church,
Military Trail and Burns Road,
Palm Beach Gardens.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Temple Beth Sholom promises
a truly interesting Sabbath
Chanukah service, Friday
evening December 25 at 8:15
p.m.
The Men's Club as it has been
the custom for this Holiday will
conduct the entire Chanukah
service. Refreshments will be
served.
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33.24
37.10
38.85
39.90
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43.31
39.67
42.37
44.48
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