The Jewish Floridian of South County

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Place of Publication:
Boca Raton, Fla
F.K. Shochet.
Creation Date:
May 28, 1982
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v. : ill. ;


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Newspapers -- Boca Raton (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Boca Raton


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
General Note:
The Apr. 20, 1990 issue of The Jewish Floridian of South County is bound in and filmed with v. 20 of The Jewish Floridian of South Broward.

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Of South County
Serving Boca Raton, Defray Beach and Highland Beach
Volume 4 Number 21
Boca Raton, Florida Friday, May 28, 1982
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U.S. Jews
We're Loved to Death
And May Disappear
NEW YORK Warning that American Jewry could
disappear because of the "benevolent absorbency" of
American society, a noted historian has urged Jewish
leaders to work toward strengthening the Jewish com-
munity's Jewish identity, both to insure the community's
survival and to enrich their own personal lives.
HENRY L. FEINGOLD, professor of history at
Baruch College and the Graduate Center of the City Uni-
versity of New York, said also that Jewish organizations
must sharpen their respective identities "lest they all
meld together in a bureaucratic mass incapable of remak-
ing American Jewry."
The American Jewish community, said Prof. Feingold,
is "being loved to death" and is "approaching a crisis of
survival." He went on to say that American Jewry "must
redefine and rejudaize its identity lest it disappear," add-
ing: "It is up to the Jewish leadership to recreate and
reinvent the Jewish community."
Bahai Leaders Executed
PARIS (JTA) Three Bahai leaders were
executed in the Iranian city of Karaj aft found them guilty of espionage and "Zionist activities."
Teheran Radio monitored in Paris said the three Bahais,
whose names were not given, "had traveled several times
to the Zionist land of Israel" and had carried out various
assignments on Israel's behalf. The three were reportedly
executed last night in a local prison. Three other men
belonging to a pro-Communist guerilla movement were
executed with them.
Anti-Israel Demonstration in Bonn
BONN (JTA) An anti-Israel mass demonstration
organized by the local office of the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the West German Communist Party
drew about 4,000 people here Saturday. They carried anti-
Israel slogans and blown-up photographs of PLO chief
Yasir Arafat.
Jewish Day School to
Become Federation Agency
James B. Baer, President of
the South County Jewish
Federation announces that the
South County Jewish Com-
munity Day School will be an
integrated agency of the Federa-
tion for the coming school year.
The Day School's Director will
answer to the Federation Board
and to a Day School committee of
the Federation that will be estab-
lished. In trflring the announce-
ment, Baer stressed that the
Federation is committed to
making the Day School the finest
secular and Jewish educational
institution in South Florida.
Bert Lowlicht has been hired
as the Director of the Day School
for the coming year. Thirty-six
year old Lowlicht will be re-
ceiving his PhD in Education this
Fall from Ohio State University.
He has studied at Hebrew
Union College in Cincinnati
(Reform) and has bean an ele-
^^4 mentary teacher for four years in
the Ohio public schools. He is
rector of a large congregational
religious school in Toronto,
Lowlicht also has an extensive
Jewish background beginning
with his involvement as a teen-
ager in the prestigious Prosdor
program of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary (Conservative).
Also important to note is that he
has lived in Israel and has served
in the Israeli Army as a gunner
and driver in the Tank Corps.
In making this appointment,
Baer said, "Bert Lowlicht is a
very sensitive, forceful and dy-
namic person. We feel that our
Day School will be in great hands
under his leadership."
The Day School will provide
education for grades K through
fifth grade. Parents interested in
information concerning the Day
School, can call the Day School
office at 396-3212 until June 4.
After that date, information can
be obtained through the Federa-
tion Office at 388-2737.
Bobick, Baer to Co-Chair October Mission
Ed Bobick and Margie Baer
have been appointed Co-Chair -
people for the October 21-31 mis-
sion to Israel by James Baer,
President of the South County
Jewish Federation.
Mrs. Baer and Mr. Bobick
indicate that the coming mission
will have many unusual aspects
to it. Participants will be hosted
on a couple to couple basis, will
dine in an Israeli home and enjoy
an evening of hospitality. On
another night with a different Is-
raeli couple, participants will
spend a "night on the town" with
their Israeli host couple.
Mrs. Baer and Mr. Bobick
stressed that the intent of this
mission is not only to see the his-
torical sights and to learn of the
modern day problems of Israel
through the eyes of the United
Jewish Appeal, but it is also to
create firmer one on one relation-
ships between Israelis and
"There is no better way to get
a feel of the country and truly un-
derstand what is happening in
Israel than by spending a few
evenings with Israelis who want
to share their problems and de-
sires and the joy of their coun-
try," said Ed Bobick.
The mission will also study ab-
sorption centers where partici-
pants can talk with new imrr.i-
Ed Bobick
grants. Members of the mission
will be involved with Project Re-
newal Neighborhood Program,
Israel's program to rehabilitate
blighted neighborhoods. The
group will be briefed by high level
government and military officials
throughout the trip.
The entire country will be seen
from the Negev to the Allenby
Bridge and from Jerico to the
Good Fence on the Lebanese
border. Highlights of the mission
will be the time spent in Jeru-
Margie Baer
salem and the visit to Masada,
the mountain fortress which was
the last outpost against the
Romans until its fall in the year
All accommodations will be
Deluxe and will include meals.
The cost of the mission is $1,000
per person. Further information
can be obtained by calling Helene
Eichler, Assistant Executive
Director of the South County
Jewish Federation at 368-2737.
All contributors to the Federation campaign
in Delray Beach, Highland Beach and
Boca Raton and others who have contributed
to the South County campaign are invited
to the Annual Membership Meeting of the:
2809 South Ocean Blvd.
Highland Beach, Fla.
Dessert and Coffee served after the meeting
Couvert: $3.50 per person
RSVP South County Jewish Federation Office 368-2737
Report on Year's Activities
Campaign Update
Election of Officers and Board Members
James B. Baer
Phyllis Cohen

Page 21
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, May 28.1982
Defied Presidential Orders
Will Congress Probe Officials Who
Smuggled Criminals into U.S.?
gations that U.S. officials
smuggled hundreds of Russian
born Nazi war criminals into the
United States after World War II
for anti-Soviet propaganda and
intelligence purposes might be
investigated by Congress
shortly. Rep. Barney Frank ID.,
Mass.), a member of the House
Judiciary Committee's subcom-
mittee on immigration, said that
he would call for an investigation.
Frank appeared on the CBS-
TV "60 Minutes" program,
where John Loftua, a former pro-
secutor for the Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special Investi-
gations Department and other officials
smuggled known war criminals
into the country in violation of
specific orders from President
Roosevelt and Truman and that
various government agencies
were covering up this operation
as recently as 1978.
ACCORDING TO Loftus, the
fact that Nazi war criminals were
brought into the U.S. clandes-
tinely by government officials
aware of their past activities,
seriously hampered the OS Is ef-
forts to expose and prosecute
The government must prove
that alleged collaborators lied
about their Nazi past when ap-
plying for admission to the coun-
try and for U.S. citizenship,
before the Immigration and Na-
turalization Service (INS) can
denaturalize them and begin de-
portation proceedings.
"We had one unit of the gov-
ernment out trying to prosecute
the Nazis and other units of the
government trying to secret the
information," Loftus said on "60
Minutes." The former prosecu-
tor, who is now in private
practice, said the OSI "estab-
lished that the files pertaining to
the Nazi immigration had been
withheld from Congress, from the
courts, from the CIA and from
the local agents or the Immigra-
tion Service."
SPOKESMEN for the Defense
and State Departments and the
FBI declined immediate com-
ment on the charges. But a Jus-
tice Department spokesman said
the Department is "aware of
these allegations and is looking
into them."
Loftus estimated that more
than 300 Nazi collaborators from
the Soviet Republic of Byelorus-
sia arc living in the U.S. at this
time. Some are still employed by
government and quasi-govem-
ment agencies, he said.
The Washington Post reported
that officials of Radk Free Euro-
pe-Radio Liberty confirmed that
it employed several alleged colla-
borators named in the "60 Min-
utes" program, but that they are
believed to have been cleared by
the government-
One of them was identified as
Stanislau Stankevitch, recently
deceased, who reportedly con-
Rabbi Guilty
Z Orthodox rabbi was found guilty
by a military court in Gaza of in
5 citing Israeli soldiers to disobey
orders to dismantle a road block
erected outside of Yamit last
February by members of the
movement to halt the withdrawal
from Sinai. The court based its
verdict against Rabbi Yisrael
Ariel, the former rabbi of Yamit,
on a television newsreel film clip
I showing him exhorting the
troops. Ariel will be sentenced at
a later date.
fessed to the OSI that he was in
charge of the large-scale exter-
mination of Jews in Byelorussia.
Stankevitch, a former freelancer
for Radio Free Europe-Radio Li-
berty, died before he was prosec-
ANOTHER freelancer em-
ployed by the joint radio opera-
tion who was named on "60 Min-
utes" is Vilis Hazner. The INS
tried but failed to deport him and
Hazner, suspended during the in-
vestigation, has since been re-
hired according to William
Kratch, New York bureau chief of
Radio Free Europe-Radio Li-
According to "Nazi War Crim-
inals in America Facts .
Action" by Charles Allen and
RocheUe Saidel-Wolk, Hazner
waa ace used of atrocities against
Jews in Riga while an officer of
the Latvian Self Defense
Group" and the Nazi-controlled
police organization in Riga, the
Schutzmannschaft. He was re-
ported in 1980 to be a resident of
Dresden. New York.
Loftus charged that Congress
was told "flat lies when it asked
the Army in 1978 for information
on 111 Nazi war criminals living
in the U.S. The Army claimed it
had no files on the suspects. The
General Accounting Office
(GAO) reported in 1978 that it
found that Army intelligence
agencies had employed 21
reputed Nazi war criminals as
"sources of information."
THE OSI, headed by Allan
Ryan, was established by the
Justice Department to investig-
ate and prosecute alleged Nazis
living in the U.S. many of them
now naturalized citizens. Last
week, the House Judiciary Com-
mittee rejected by voice vote a
motion by Rep. M. CakrweU But
ler (R.. Va-i to end funding of the
OSI which receive about $3 mil-
lion a year.
The counter-motion which de-
feated the Butier measure waa led
by Rep. Frank who observed:
"We have made an historic com-
mitment to seek out and deport
war criminals as long aa they live.
If we were to stop hunting Nazi
war criminals it would send a
terrible signal to other nations of
the world."


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Begin Says PLO Violated Ceasefire
_ Premier Menachem
Begin, who has declared
the ceasefire across the Le-
banese border to be null
and void, has told his
Cabinet that it was not
Israel but the Palestinian
terrorists who ended it.
He said the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization viewed the
ceasefire aa an invitation to
attack Jews from any quarter ex-
cept from southern Lebanon.
Israel, he said, would not agree
by any means to this "arbitrary
and distorting" interpretation.
Staff Gen. Rafael Eitan for his
remarks in radio and press inter-
views over the weekend suggest-
ing that if Israel responds to PLO
attacks, it should be with the
massive use of force. According
to Begin, it was Eitan's duty to
explain the real situation to the
Israeli people.
Eitan and Egin himself came
under fire from the opposition
Labor Party over what the latter
claimed to be war talk." Labor
members of the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Security
Committee clashed with Begin
last Thursday when the Premier
declared that the ceasefire was
null and void and warned that the
PLO would not be allowed to
shed Jewish blood with impunity.
Labor spokesmen also accused
Eitan of contributing to war fever
by discussing military plans in
public. The Laborities were
aroused by Eiton's disclosure
that Israel has been massing
troops along the Lebanese border
and his insistence that the Israeli
response to terrorist activities
must be on a massive scale and
not limited to relatively small re-
taliatory actions as in the recent
THEY ALSO wanted to know
why Begin is raising the issue of
the PLO interpretation of the
ceasefire at this time when, as
former Premier Yitzak Rabin ob-
served at the Knesset committee
meeting, the differences of inter-
pretation were known all along.
Begin retorted that the new ele-
ment is that the PLO is acting
according to its interpretation.
He said that Israel's view is
that the cessation of hostilities
across the Lebanese border,
worked out last July with the
help of U.S. special envoy Philip
Habib, applies to all borders and
Army, Police Receive Rebuke
Attorney General Yitzhak Zamir
administered an oblique rebuke
to the army and police this week
by implying that the 40-day
blockade imposed on four Druze
villages on the Golan Heights
earlier this vear was an excessive
measure to impel the Druze to ac-
cept Israeli identity cards. Zamir
is investigating charges made by
former Supreme Court Justice
Haim Cohen's Association for
Civil Rights in Israel that the
army violated the civil rights of
the Golan Druze.
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to Israeli diplomatic installations
and personnel abroad. Begin
claimed that the U.S. agrees with
Israel's interpretation.
Other Labor MKa and
Avraham Melamed of the Na- -
tional Religious Party, a coalition
partner, counselled against any
large-scale response by Israel's
armed forces lest the country be-
come embroiled in war. Yossi
Sarid of the Labor Party charged
that "certain circles" in the go-
vernment actually want war,
which Begin hotly denied.
EITAN TOLD the media that
"the terrorists can be weakened
seriously only by a military
action, not political action. The
said Israel has spent "billions of
dollars" building up an "unusual
system" to counter terrorist ac-
tivity and should be allowed to
use it.
He hinted that he had in mind
an Israeli response that would in-
clude a direct attack on Beirut or
ground action to completely des-
troy Palestinian artillerly in Le-
banon. According to Eitan, the
knowledge that such force could
be brought to bear might deter
terrorist activity.
In a television interview last
Friday night, Rabin, himself a
former Chief of Staff, said Israeli
army action inside Lebanon, re-
gardless of its size, would not
destroy the PLO and would not
give tne Israel-backed Christian
forces control of Lebanon.
EITAN disclosed, in another
radio interview, that the PLO
launched rockets into Israel from
Jordanian territory on five occa-
sions but none bit their target.
He denied a PLO claim that its
-etaliatory rocket attacks on
.owns in northern Israel, follow-
ing Israeli air raids over Lebanon
last week, were deliberately in-
tended not to cause casualties or
damage and thereby demonstra-
ted restraint. Eitan said Israel
escaped casualties because the
PLO rockets were poorly aimed.

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Volume <
Number 21
America's Guttersnipes
The stunning revelation on Sunday night s "r50
Minutes that U S, officials circumvented orders of
two World War 11 presidents and secretK brought
into the United States a bevy of alleged Naxi war
criminals leaves many questions to be answered.
Most important to us is how the direct orders to
the contrary of Presidents Roosevelt and Truman
were contravened This disruption of the delegation
of powers under the United States Constitution is
more than frightening. It serves notice upon us all
that a nation and its integrity can literally be under-
mined and stolen from the people it has been or-
dained to represent
There are many examples of this in history. The
most pert inent is the destruction of Germany s
democratic Weimar Republic by the bullies of Adolf
HitWr s earliest guttersnipe supporters It is most
pertinent because those persons brought into the
United States were Hitler's heirs, if not indeed some
of those bullies, those gutternipes themselves They
stole and destroyed the duly -constit uted German
W hat was behind the actions of the U S. officials
who secretly brought them here? After all. the nation
had just waged and won a war against their likes
Were these officials motivated to change the results
of that war*
Senator Frank Church presents a plaque
to Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Zyskind at benefit re-
ception for Kiryat Sou Laniado Hospital in
Israel Also present at the May 4 ceremonies
were ifar left I S'oaeh Dear, manager. Brook-
lyn Community Board 12; Rabbi Yerachmiel
Milstein, national director, American
Friends of Laniado Hospital; and (extreme
right) Yaakov Salomon, New York regional
director of the hospital
OPEC Revenue May
DeclineBut Arab
Power Stays Steady
Argentine Army Sends Three Rabbis i
Dr Mario Gorenstetn. chaarman of the DAI A.
uxrtbreUapobtacai representative institution of Ar-
gentinian Jewry reports that the armed forces an
Argentina have authorised the presence of three
raSbas m the sooth of the country for spiritual re-
ligious araaratance to the Jewish soldiers and
Committee for the Weizmann Institute of
Seance. Rehovot. Israel and the Aspen Institute
Berlin of the Aspen Institute for Humanistic
Studies of New York.
la a panne coaversotaon wath Jacob KovadkrfL
darertor of Sooth American Affairs of the
American Jewish Comma tee. Dr. Gorenstem re-
ported that the Conservative Rabbi Pwvnack is
haunt far Coanorodc Rrvadavaa in sooth Argen-
tina, from where he wib continue to the Vlah
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peer J. Dodd (D Conn.) and Paul S.
iD Md.i are among the featured ipuakara at the
annual ming of the United Jewish Appeal Na-
tional Campaign Policy Board this waak in Wash-
ington. ,
Senators Specter and Dodd
American-Israeli Relations A V
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CJA s top on Thursday, at the
oawwa Hotel Senator Sarbanes wffl
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Friday. May 28,1962
The Jewish Floridian of South County
Page 5

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Single men and women, as we
know, comprise a growing pro-
portion of our population, and
consequently programs designed
to draw this significant group
into our activities are vitally im-
portance of ensuring the quality commodations and all additional
i___.i___:*.. -( I~_.;.W Ufa Innrl rnmta
portant. This third annual singles
mission will recruit 450 single
people throughout the U.S. and
will attempt to provide a mean-
ingful experience to these people
who have an enormous, yet un-
tapped potential for leadership in
our UJ A-Federation com-
The participants will travel be-
yond the headlines into an Israel
few tourists see. They will meet
the people of Israel at work; talk
to government and Jewish
Agency officials, educators,
social workers and others in-
volved in building Israel's
society; as well as be involved in
a wide variety of social activities.
In Jerusalem these men and
women will explore a city both
exotic and familiar. In Tel Avrv-
Jaffa they will be exposed to the
cultural heart of modern Israel.
Absorption centers, universities,
day care centers and ulpanim will
introduce them to the people be-
tiind the annual UJ A-Federation
campaign. In essence, each indi-
vidual will come face to face with
the rich heritage and history of
the Jewish people, and the inl-
and continuity of Jewish life.
Lodging arrangementa have
been made in the finest hotels,
such as the Jerusalem and Tel
Aviv Hiltions and the Plaza in
Tiberias. The entire expense for
the 10 day mission is S1730,
which includes round trip airfare
from New York, meals, hotel ac-
For those interested in an un-
forgettable experience, in sharing
their values and lifestyle, a com-
mitment to the Jewish future and
good times, please contact the
South County Jewish Federation
office. 368-2737.
into our activities a.c .*..j .
ZOA Singles Sailing Vacation
The Zionist Organization of
America Singles Club, in cooper-
ation with Temple Emanu-El
Singles Club, have planned a
sparkling sea adventure for a
week beginning Aug. 8. 1982.
This will be a week of fun, games,
relaxation, romance, gourmet
dining, shopping, sightseeing
and the meeting of many new
This special singles cruise will
be aboard the luxurious S.S.
Mardi Gras and will include a
week in three exciting ports;
Cozumel. Mexico; Ocho Rios,
Jamaica; and Georgetown,
Grand Cayman.
Bonn Urged to Recognize PLO
BONN-(JTA)- The West
German government is coming
under increasing diplomatic
pressure to emulate East Ger-
many's recognition of the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization and
threats of violence from Arab
terrorists and German urban
guerrilla groups if it does not,
diplomats here said.
Security measures have been
tightened because it is feared
that both elements might cooper-
ate in terrorist attacks before or
during President Reagan's visit
to West Germany next month.
Last month the East German
Democratic Republic extended
recognition to the PLO on the
ambassadorial level. The PLO
Letter to the Editor
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridio*;
Dangerous, run-away husband
from Ithaca, N.Y. is at large in
Palm Beach, Delray Beach, and
Pompano Beach, stalking naive,
wealthy widows or widowers for
marriage or companionship, to
rob their fortunes, abuse them,
and eliminate them, as he has
been doing in the past, thrice.
He stands 6 feet 2 inches; thin,
narrow appearance; 170 pounds;
thinning grey hair, sad-angelic
expression in a narrow face with
blue eyes. He is an excellent and
avid tennis and card-player and
uses a quiet, retiring, arrogant
attitude, feigning aristocratic
airs. He gives the impression of
being a quiet, sophisticated loner,
but his motives are to use his
tennis and card talents to become
accepted into the tennis-and card-
playing social circles of wealthy,
retired women and men in
Florida, British West Indies,
Bequia, New Orleans. He
marries, abuses, robs their for-
tunes, and then divorces women,
involving them in brutal defense
against his false actions, driving
them into debt so he escapes
unscathed and free of responsi-
bilities. Then he threatens to kill
them, and did leave one dentitutA.
who died as a result. He has used
the names of John or Douglas or
Murray, or all three. He has
worked as a right-of-way agent at
N.Y. State Electric and Gas
Corp., Ithaca, N.Y., until he re-
tired in September 1981. He also
worked as a stockboy at Cornell
University until that date. He
has stolen a car. He is 63 years
old, but looks younger.
If anyone knows his where-
abouts, notify the Sheriff Dept.,
Ithaca, N.Y. 14850, and the Legal
Aid, DeWitt Bldg., 2nd Floor,
Ithaca, NY 14850 (attorney
Craig Thomas), or Sara Murray
presently his wife), 109
Pinewood Drive, Ithaca, NY
14850. Phone messages can be
left at (607) 273-6478.
Thank you.
has since launched a campaign to
have Bonn reverse its long-
standing policy of non- recogni-
tion as long as the PLO remains
committed to Israel's destruc-
There will be special single
cocktail parties, welcome aboard
rum swizzle party, captain's gala
dinner and cocktail party, full
range of entertainment, games
and contests galore, full gamb-
ling casino aboard ship, eight
meals and snacks a day. dozens
of activities, masquerade party,
morning exercises, and many
more doings.
For more information please
contact the southeast regional of-
fice, Anita Frank, activities
director, 800 West Oakland Park
Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33311, telephone 566-0402 or 944-
Buying Silver, Gold and Coins
Paying Areas Highest Prices
Rare Coins As An Investment
Spencer Square
2550 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
This Shevuoth
make low cholesterol bliiitzes with
Fleischmanns*Margarine and Egg Beaters*

One of the most sensible
ways to make holiday
food a little healthier is to
cut down on cholesterol.
So this Shevuoth
make your blintzes with
Fleischmann's Margarine
and Fleischmann's Egg
Beaters. They have no
Fleischmann's Margarine
is made from 100% corn
oil, has 0% cholesterol
and it's low in saturated
fat. Best of all,
Fleischmann's Sweet
Unsalted Margarine,
parve, and Regular
Margarine have a deli-
cious taste that's perfect
for cooking. Delicious,
too, are new improved-
tasting Egg Beaters.
K Certified Kaaaar
They're 99% real egg
product, 1% vitamins and
minerals, with 0% choles-
terol. Now they taste like
real eggs and are parve, too.
Fleischmann's Egg Beaters
and Fleischmann's
Margarine. They're both
certified Kosher. And
with this holiday recipe
they'll show you how
satisfying low cholesterol
cooking can be!
Low Cholesterol Jewish
Cookery, a $3.95 value
for only $1.95 plus $1.00
postage and handling
with the front labels from
any two packages of
Fleischmann's Margarine
and/or Egg Beaters. Send
with your name and
address to: Fleischmann's
Cookbook, P.O. Box 198,
Teaneck, NJ 07666.
(Makes Sixteen)
1 container (1 cup) Egg I
1 teaspoon salt
* cup skim milk
1 cup flour
Fleischmann s* Margarine
2 medium apples, pealed. cored and
V cup chopped walnuts
1 tablespoon honey
V4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Mix Egg Beaters* and salt; alternately
mix in skim milk and flour until smooth
Lightly grease a 6-inch skillet with
Fleischmann's* Margarine; heat skillet.
Pour 2 tablespoons batter into skillet: tilt
pan to distribute evenly. Cook until batter
blisters. Turn out onto wax paper. Repeat
to make 16. using more margarine aa
Mix apples, walnuts, honey and cin-
namon. Place one tablespoon mixture on
each blintz. Fold in sides to form square*.
Melt 3 tablespoons margarine in large
skillet. Brown square* on both sides.
Serve hot with mock sour cream or your
favorite topping For MOCK SOUR
CREAM, puree V cup low fat cottage
cheese. 3 tablespoons skim milk.
2 teaspoons lemon juice. Makes one cup.
Fleischmann's Gives Every Meal A Holiday Flavor.




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Friday, May 28,1982
Organizations in the News
Will hold its annual congre-
gation picnic at Shelter No. 4,
Spanish River Park from 11 a.m
to 6 p.m. on June 6. For further
information and reservations call
the Synagogue.
The National Women's
Committee Chapter at Century
Village West in Boca had a very
successful year. New officers
were installed for the 1982-83
year at a delightful luncheon on
April 21. Our new president is
E lea no re V. Cohen.
Will hold its last meeting
before the Fall Season on
Monday, June 7 at 7 p.m. at the
American Savings Bank in Kings
Point. Everyone is asked to bring
a price marked wrapped gift
which will be auctioned off.
There's still a few openings on
our World's Fair Trip from Oct. 5
to 10 for $455 per person. Contact
Henry Chester, Milton Pitler or
Sam Dravich.
Snyder Tokson Post 459 and
Ladies Auxiliary will meet 10
a.m. on June 3 at Administration
Bldg. in Century Village in Boca.
For information call Harry Blu-
The South Palm Beach County
Region plans its second con-
ference on Tuesday, June 1 at 10
a.m. at the Town Center Com-
munity Room, Town Center in
Boca Raton. Policy and plans for
the 1982-83 year will be made.
The following chapters in the
region are expected to send all
officers, chair-people and board
members to attend: All Points,
Boca East, Boca Century, Delray
Beach, Oriole, Palms West. Pines
of Delray North, and Sandalfoot
Delray Chapter is having a
meeting at the Adult Recreation
Center 802 N. East First St..
Deiray Beach. Please call Sylvia
Breitman. The date June 16 at
11:30 a.m.
Delray Chapter is having a
General Meeting on June 23 at
12:30 p.m. at the American
For Further Information on
Area Organizations, Call
South County Jewish Federation,
in Boca Raton, 368-2737
Camp Maccabee to
Open Second Season
Savings Bank in Delray Beach.
Speaker will be Dr. Elliot Zacker,
topic will be general foot health.
On Friday May 28 there will a
Shavuot Service in the Temple
Area from 9-11 a.m. The Sister-
hood will serve a dairy lunch from
12-1 p.m. for $3 donation. Reser-
vations are required.
Will hold their closing meeting
on Thursday June 3 at noon.
Coffee hour. Entertainment will
be a well known artist Anne
Gross who will present her ar-
tistry and speak on painting.
Men's Club will show a movie
on "Jerusalem-the City of Peace"
narrated by Ed Asner on June 1
at 7:30 p.m. Free refreshments
all welcome.
Election of temple officers took
place at the congregation's an-
nual meeting on Wednesday,
May 26, at 7:30 p.m. at St.
Paul's At that time Bernard
Etish, President, and Bernard
Zeldin, Building Committee
Chairman brought the members
BBW Installation
The recently formed Integrity
Council of B'nai B'rith Women
consisting of six chapters in
South County Area, held their
first Installation May 2nd.
The following women were in-
stalled: President, Rose Rosen,
Naomi Chapter, Delray; Vice
Presidents, Norms Rifkin, Boca
Chapter, Pauline Fellner, Naomi
Chapter. Delray; Sarah
Schneider, Deerfield Chapter Kay
Siegal, Boynton Beach Chapter;
Doris Kravitz, Deerfield Chapter;
Secretaries, Ray Roblard, Boca
Chapter; Lillian Kravit, Naomi
Chapter; Treasurer, Sylvia
Shershoff, Deerfield Chapter:
Counselor, Frieda Bompey,
Boynton Beach Chapter.
up to date about the new site
which has been acquired for the
future home of the Temple.
A barbeque for young parents
who want to explore the religious
training of their children will take
place Sunday, June 6 from 4 p.m.
to 6 p.m. at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Silver, Rainberry Lake,
Delray Beach.
Shavuot will be celebrated at
the Temple Friday, May 28 at
8:15 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, 188 S. S win ton Avenue
in Delray Beach. Rabbi Samuel
M. Silver will discuss the holiday.
Yizkor will be recited. All wel-
Plans for acquisition of a site
for the temple on Atlantic
Avenue will be announced short-
ly by Mr. Etish and Bernard
Zeldin, the congregation's build-
ing committee chairmen.
Temple Sinai of Delray Beach
takes pleasure in announcing the
formation of its religious school.
Invited are all young Jewish
couples and families to be guests
at a Bar-B-Que on Sunday June
6, from 4-6 p.m.
"Camp Maccabee is ready and
waiting to start its 2nd dynamic
summer day camp season" said
Susan Kerper, Director of the
Camp. Plans have been made for
a great summer which will in-
clude swimming instruction, mu-
sic, arts and crafts, drama, week-
ly field trips and special holiday
celebrations on Shabbat. A full
sports program will also be creat-
ed this year including volleyball,
soccer, softball, tennis, tumbling
and many other indoor sports ac-
tivities. Kerper states, "with so
much space on the grounds of
Pope John Paul II High School
and their fantastic, huge gymna-
sium, I know we will be able to
really provide our campers with
the space and the proper instruc-
tion with trained staff super-
vision to further promote the
children's physical and emotional
growth and development."
Camp Maccabee, sponsored by
the South County Jewish
Federation, will again be having
an Israeli Scout on staff this
year. Ruthie Padany is 16'/: years
old and lives in Kfar Shmarivahv,
Israel. "I'm certain she will en-
hance the camp program with Is-
raeli singing, dancing and a look
at Israeli culture through the
Ruthie Padany
eyes of an Israeli youth," said
Kerper. She will be living in host
homes for two week periods dur-
ing her eight week stay. Besides
her daily camp work she will be
available to speak and show
slides to any interested groups,
evenings or on Sundays. Anyone
interested in scheduling Ruthie
during the summer should please
call the South County Jewish
Federation office at 368-2737.
"I hope the community will
utilize Ruthie Padany since it is
not often we have the oppor-
tunity to see a view of Israel from
a youth's point of view without
leaving the United States,"
Kerper said.
Maxwell House'Coffee
Is After Shopping Relaxation.
Shopping for a "good buy" has be-
come one of America's favorite pas-
times. It's always fun to find new
things, see the new fashions and
perhaps pick up something new for
the house or family.
Another favorite pastime is to come
home from shopping, kick off the
shcxrs and relax with a good cup of
coffee. Maxwell House" Coffee. The
full-pleasant aroma and great-
tasting, satisfying flavor is
the |x*rfect ending
to ; bu-.y shop-
ping ilav. Espe-
c tally when
relaxiiiL! with
a close friend. The good talk. The
gcxxJ feelings. The warmth are some
of the things that go along with
Maxwell House' Perhaps that's why
many Jewish housewives don't 'shop'
for Maxwell House? They simply
buy it. It's the "smart buy" as any
balabusta knows!
So, no matter what your prefer-
enceinstant or ground when
you pour Maxwell House? you pour
relaxation. At its best.. .consis-
tently cup after cup after cup.

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The Jewish Floridian of South County
Friday, May 28,19821
To Dry Bones
We Won't Leave Judea AgainBegin
Human bones, which Israel's
chief rabbis claim are the remains
of Bar Kochba's warriors who
died in the revolt against Rome
nearly 1,900 years ago, were
buried in the Judean hills in a
solemn ceremony attended by
President Yitzhak Navon,
Premier Menachem Begin and
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren. The bones, in four flag-
draped coffins, were borned to a
hillside grave by officers rep-
resenting all branches of the
armed services.
Earlier, as the party of dis-
tinguished mourners alighted
from their helicopter, they were
confronted by a group of
demonstrators garbed in Roman
togas and helmets, carrying
spears and placards protesting
the ceremony as a waste of
money. It cost over $2 million.
Police promptly tore up the plac-
ards and hustled the group away.
But their message got through
and the incident was broadcast in
Israel and abroad.
The bones have been a source
of controversy since their dis-
Old Newspapers and Bricks are
Building a First in Delray Beach
Congregation Anshei Emuna
proudly announces with pride
that construction has finally
started on their New Synagogue
located on Carter Road, south of
Linton Blvd.
Men and women whose ages
range from 60 to 80 years are col-
lecting old newspapers in their
cars and are bringing them to the
trailer on Carter Road near the
building site.
They are now engaged in going
from door to door, sitting outside
Banks and Super Markets selling
Bricks for the New Synagogue.
These "Bricks" sell for $5 each.
Thse bricks are in the form of a
raffle and you can win $3,000 to-
wards a trip to Israel plus 25 ad-
ditional prizes.
Services are now being held
every day and evening under the
religious guidance of Reverend
Morris Kamenetzky. For further
information, please call 499-9229
any morning or 499-4060 in the
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covery in 1961. Although
Chief Rabbinate certified
they were the remains of some
215 Israelite warriors who died in
suicidal resistance to the Roman
Legions, there is no scientific evi-
dence to indicate the age of the
bones or to. determine conclusive-
ly whetherthev belonged to men,
women or children.
Nevertheless, Begin appeared
to take the rabbinical claim
seriously. After the armytff
chaplain recited the pray* |
the dead and the coffins
lowered into the grave
Premier addressing the bon*
declared: "We must tell you o
mighty forefathers, that we hav
returned (to Judaea) and will
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Jews in Brief
The Jewish Floridian of South County

Page 9
enew Memorandum of Understanding
ByJTA Services
the U.S. which was suspended
RUSALEM Political cir- J"8'. W*** following Israel's ex-
tension of civilian law to the
Golan Heights.
According to government
sources Secretary of State Alex-
ander Haig sent Premier Mena-
(confirmed over the weekend
Irts that the United States is
lit to renew the Memorandum
Jnderstanding on strategic
eration between Israel and
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tinted terra cotta head found at Tel Dan in 1981 where the
tbrew Union College Nelson Glueck School of Biblical Ar-
neobgy has been conducting excavations since 1974, with
tcoveries covering the Canaanite and Roman periods.
>brew Union College Archaeology
Field Trip Due in Summer
Students, teachers,
|rgy men-or-women,
Dlars or anyone interest-
In the field of archaeo-
can participate as a
Inteer in the archaeo-
il excavation at Tel
I being sponsored by the
[rew Union College
sh Institute of Religion
Ion Glueck School of
lical Archaeology from
12 to July 23.
is one of the two cities
i Jeroboam set upt the wor-
\>l the Golden Calf after the
k of King Solomon. The ex-
on site launched in 1974 by
I IK, in cooperation with
ael Department of Anti-
and Museums and the
Museum of Harvard
fcrsity, has already produced
l startling discoveries.
11979 and 1980, the program
thed the first fully standing
anile Gate from the 19th
Centuries BCE. the only
existing structure dis-
1 in Israel.
Ion programs the partici-
uncovered massive Cana-
famparts of the second mil-
BCE and a tomb with
imports; an Israelite
pie and wall; a high place or
gate sanctuary with mason-
[the period of the Israel
rch; a Roman Fountain
and an inscription in
and Aramaic reading "to
1 who is in Dan."
I Paul M. Steinberg, dean of
pJC-JIR New York School.
I individuals who might be
Hed to sign up immediately
Places are limited. "Those
?me will be sharing history,
racing scholarly and
, weiXperience' and "ome
"table moments rarely
?tered in one's lifs."
[demanding schedule of the
fro requires that all persons
* a physical examination
the requirements for
acceptance. Applicants must be
over 18 years of age.
Information is available from
Dr. Paul M. Steinberg, Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, One west 4th Street,
New York. 10012.
chem Begin s letter in which he
mentioned the need to discuss the
renewal of the memorandum.
Haig said this should be one of
the topics to be discussed during
the forthcoming visit of Defense
Minister Ariel Sharon to Wash-
ington. Sharon is to address the
annual meeting of the United
Jewish Appeal national leader-
ship conference next week and is
expected to meet with Ad-
ministration officials then.
President Reagan, himself, at a
nationally televised press confer-
ence from the White House last
Thursday night, indicated in re-
sponse to questions that the
memorandum will be "im-
plemented again" but he did not
say when. He said the memo-
randum had been "temporarily
suspended" and "we re-
gretted having to do that."
State Dep't. Will
Welcome Investigation
Department declared that it has
always "cooperated fully with
law investigations" of Nazi war
criminals living in the United
States and stressed it will
continue to do so in the future.
Department deputy spokes-
man Alan Romberg, commenting
on allegations on the CBS-TV
"60 Minutes" program that the
State Department had helped
bring Nazis into the U.S. after
World War II. and then sub-
sequently covered up their pres-
ence, said that the Department
would "review our files to see
whether they contain any rele-
vant information." He did not
know who would be conducting
this review.
Romberg stressed that the De-
partment has always condemned
Nazi atrocities and is "deeply
concerned at the presence of Nazi
war criminals illegally in the
United States."
South County
Jewish Community
Day School
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Classes K-S
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Personal instruction
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Europeans Boycott Council
Meeting in Jerusalem
PARIS None of the French
members of the Council of Eu-
rope's Political Commission
attended its session in Jerusalem
Tuesday. Unconfirmed reports
say the French government
privately advised the five French
members of the Commission that
their presence in Jerusalem at
this time "would be inappro-
Israel diplomatic sources say
that as far as they know, the
three Deputies and two Senators
did not attend for "personal or
political reasons."
Council sources in Strasbourg
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the French parlia-
mentarian's absence from the
Commission's session is due to
both personal and political rea-
sons. One of the deputies at least,
the sources said, might have
given in to the pressure of the
Arab countries which are op-
posed to holding the session in
Rabbi Silver Reelected Vice
President of Prayer Group
Rabbi Samuel M. Silver, of
Temple Sinai in Delray Beach,
was reelected vice president of
Fellowship in Prayer, Inc., at the
recent meeting of the Board of
Trustees of that national organi-
Devoted to the promotion of
the practice of prayer by all
faiths, Fellowship in Prayer is an
international, ecumenical organi-
zation founded in 1950 by the late
Carl Allison Evans, onetime mis-
sionary in the Philippines. Its
headquarters are in Princeton,
New Jersey.
i A native of Wilmington Dela-
ware, Rabbi Silver is rabbi
.neritus of Temple Sinai, Stam-
ford, CT. He has occupied pulpits
in College Park, MD. and Cleve-
land, OH, and was director of
public relations for the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. His current congregation
Rabbi Silver
serve Reform Jews in South Palm
Beach County. He is the author
of five books. He and his wife,
Elaine, have five sons.
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Laventhol & Horwath
are pleased to announce
the merger of their practices
under the name of
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Certified I\ibuc AaxuntanLs
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William Fong, CPA
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Alan I. Oken, CPA
David G. Parker, CPA
William S.Sivak, CPA
G Russell Wilson, CPA
will continue as partners in the firm
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Immigration Official Hopes
HIAS Will Change Policy on Aid to Emigre Soviets
Raphael Kotlowitz, head of
the immigration and ab-
sorption department of the
Jewish Agency, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that he hopes HIAS would
reverse its decision of two
weeks ago to end its experi-
mental three-month agree-
ment with the Jewish
Agency to refrain from aid-
ing Soviet Jewish dropouts
unless they have first de-
gree relatives in a Western
"I hope that HIAS' decision is
not final and I hope that it would
be reversed soon," Kotlowitz said
in an interview here at the Jewish
Agency headquarters. He said
that during his present U.S. tour
he will meet with various Jewish
leaders, among them HIAS offi
Boca Educator Vice President of
Early Childhood Council
Robin Eisenberg, director of
the Early Childhood program at
Temple Beth El, will be elected as
Regional Vice-President for Palm
Beach County of the Jewish
Council for Early Childhood
Education of South Florida at its
forthcoming election and instal-
lation supper meeting at Temple
Menorah, Miami Beach, on May
24th, at 6:30 p.m.
Designated as the slate of offi-
cers for 1982-1983 are: President,
Arlene Greenberg; Vice-Presi-
dents, Judy Kuritz, South Dade,
Arlene Leibowitz, Miami Beach-
North Dade, Gladys Schleicher,
Hroward, Robin Eisenberg, Boca
Raton-Palm Beach; Treasurer,
Shirley Schiff; Secretary, Gilda
Ruth Stern, one of the founders
of the JCECE and its third presi-
dent will conduct the election of
officers, and Shirley Cohen,
immediate past president will in-
stall them in office. Candles on a
large "'Hai" Menorah will be lit
symbolizing the continued
leadership of the organization for
the year to come.
The second part of the evening
will honor all those teachers who
have served in Early Childhood
Education in synagogue, day
school and JCC programs in
South Florida for ten, fifteen,
twenty-five and thirty years.
The JCECE has over 325
members in Dade, Broward and
Robin Eisenberg
Palm Beach Counties. It con-
ducts two all-dav professional
growth institutes each year, and
on-going inservice programs,
directors' institutes and main-
tains a section of the Educational
Resource Center of Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
This year it is conducting, in
cooperation with the CAJE, an
Early Childhood Educators
Study Tour in Israel during the
coming weeks. The program will
include workshops and seminars
at the universities and model
programs in Israel, and visits to
day care centers, summer camps
and experimental classes.
Religious Directory
1401 N.W. 4th Ave., Boca Raton. Fla. 33432. Conservative.
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer. Cantor Benjamin B.
\dler. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m., Saturday at 9:15
551 Brittany L., Kings Point, Delray Beach, Fla. 33446.
Orthodox. Harry Silver, President. Services daily 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Saturdays and holidavs 9 a.m. Phone 499-7407
Conservative Services at First Federal Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation Offices, West Atlantic, Comer Carter Road, Delray
Bf>arh. Fridays, 8 p.m. and Oneg Shabbat, Saturdays, 9 a.m.
i.iid Kiddush. Edward Dorfman, President, 6707 Moonlit Drive
Delray Beach. Fla. 33446. Phone: 499-6687. Rabbi Jonah J.
Kahn, 499-4182, Cantor David Wechsler. 499-8992.
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432. Reform
Phone: 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen.
Shabbat Eve Services at 8:15 p.m. Family Sabbath Service at
7:30 p.m. 2nd Friday of Each Month.
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 134, Boca Raton, Fla. 33432.
Conservative, Located in Century Village, Boca. Services 8 a.m:
and 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m. Reuben Saltzman-t
President. Joseph M. Pollack, Cantor, 483-6667.
5780 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, Fla. 33446. Conserva-
tive. Phone: 498-3536. Bernard A. Silver, Rabbi: Irving
Zummer, Cantor, Sabbath Services: Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday
at 9 a.m.. Daily Minyans at 8:46 a.m. and 5 p.m.
At St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swinton Ave., Delray.
Reform. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1901, Delray Beach, Fla
33444. Friday at 8:16 pjn. Rabbi Samuel Silver, President
Bernard Etish, 276-6161.
cials, and discuss with them the
issue of Soviet Jewish emigration
and aliya to Israel in view of
HIAS's decision.
HIAS, in its decision two
weeks ago, noted that the experi-
ment had failed in its objective of
securing increased aliya to Israel.
The HIAS board therefore
decided to accept the recommen-
dation of its executive committee
to return to the traditional policy
of aiding all Soviet Jews who
upon arriving in Vienna opt to go
to countries other than Israel.
Kotlowitz noted that prepara-
tions are now underway for the
Brussels Third International
Conference on Soviet Jews
scheduled to open October 24 in
Paris where representatives of
major Jewish and non-Jewish or-
ganizations will meet to discuss
ways to aid Soviet Jews. He said
that Premier Menachem Begin
and Labor Party leader Shimon
Peres also expected to attend the
Expressing the hope that the
Brussels Conference's impact will
result in increased Soviet Jewish
emigration and aliya to Israel,
Kotlowitz said: "We hope that
HIAS would realize the impor-
tance of aliya and will be a
positive participant in the Brus-
sels Conference. It is important
that at least until the Conference,
the Jewish people and the gov-
ernment of Israel should be
united on the issue of Soviet
Jews, in order to achieve the
highest number of Soviet Jewish
immigrants and olim to Israel."
"MY HOPE is," Kotlowitz
continued, "that in the final ana*
lysis it will be the good of the
Jewish people and Israel that
would guide HI AS in reaching its
final decision."
According to Kotlowitz, the
Jewish Agency never agreed to a
three-month trial period set by
HIAS. "The least we can ask for
now is that the trial period should]
continue up to and including i
Brussels Conference. After.'
Conference the matter coul
given a new meaningful cona.
at ion in the light of the exr.
ence gained.' '"
Kotlowitz said that incr
aliya by Soviet Jews will "_
in its wake the possibility th
the gates of Russia would
again to Jewish emigration.
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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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[he Eli Goldston Youth library of Temple Beth El, Boca Raton,
Keeived a certificate of Merit attheJWB Jewish Book Council 33rd
innual National Jewish Book Awards held at Central Synagogue,
[ew York City on May 2. Sylvia Lake, Librarian accepted the award
ach was given in recognition of the Eli Goldston Youth Library ful-
ing the Book Council requirements for a Jewish library and as a
stimony of its contribution to the furtherance of Jewish culture. In
i 33 years that the Book Council has been in existence only 250
hnries have been honored. The Eli Goldston Youth Library was
Established by Lt. Col and Mrs. Ben Lake for the children of Temple
teth El Religious School and Nursery School It is open on Sunday
i Tuesday during the school year, and on Family Sabbaths.
Community Calendar
May 21
3'nai Torah Sisterhood Installation of Officers 8:15 p.m.
Temple Both Shalom -Sisterhood Shavuot service 9 a.m.
May 31
Diamond Club 9:30a.m. meeting.
June 1
B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge 9:30 a.m. meeting Temple
Emeth 7 p.m. Board Meeting Anshei Emuna Sisterhood
meeting 12:00 Temple Sinai Men's Club Movie on Jerusalem.
June 3
Hadossah-Menachem Begin Board Meeting 9:15 a.m. Jewish
Temple Emeth Sisterhood Coffee Hour 12:00 War Veterans
Meeting of Snyder Tokson 10 a.m.
(tine 6
k B'nai Torah Annual Picnic 11 a.m.
[June 7
Brandos Women Boca Board Meeting Diamond Club 9:30 a. m.
Imeeting ORT Boca East 12:00 Installation B'nai B'rith Women
INaomi noon meeting Free Sons of Israel Meeting 7 p.m.
I June 8
lORT-Delray Board Meeting Pioneer Women-Beersheba Club
"00 Installation of Officers Temple Emeth-Brotherhood 7:30
Fwv meeting.
[June 10
[B'nai B'rith Delray Lodge 10a.m. Board Meeting Hadassah Ben
Gunon 10 a.m. Board Meeting Jewish War Veterans and
llodies Auxiliary meeting 10a.m.
June 14
jTemple Emeth Singles Installation Meeting 12:00 Diamond
ICIub 930 am Meeting ORT-Sandalfoot 1 p.m. Board
|June 15
i"noi B'rith Delray Lodge 7:30 p.m. meeting Pioneer Women
spporah 10 a.m. Board Meeting B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge
v30a m Board Meeting* ORT All Points 12:30 meeting.
June 16
Annual Meeting 7:00* ORT Delray meeting 11:30 a.m.
lune 17
ladassah-Ben Gunon noon meeting ORT-Oriole 1 p.m. Board
lune 20
}ai B'rith Olympic XI 9:30 a.m. meeting.
ine 21
)iamond Club 9:30 a.m. meeting ORT-Boca East 12:30 p.m.
Soord Meeting B'nai B'rith Women Naomi noon meeting.
lune 22
Pioneer Women-Zipporah 12:30 meeting.
lune 23
)T Delray meeting Pioneer Women Boca 10 a.m. meeting
WT-Sandalfoot meeting ORT Delray General Meeting 12:30
!ne 24
^RT-Oriole 12:30 p.m. meeting,
me 26
5"iple Emeth Brotherhood breakfast 9:30a.m.
{Ill 27
lrnple Emeth-Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. Board Meeting Temple
Inietr. Brotherhood 9:30 a.m. breakfast.
[M 28
r'oneer Women Boca 10 a.m. Board Meeting Diamond Club
Wa.m. meeting.
Mr. A Mrs Ben Ossman of Boca Rio hosted a
most successful reception with Senator Alfonse
D Amato recently which resulted in the sale of
more than $1,000,000 in sale of Israel Bonds.
Senator D Amato emphasized the importance of
Israel as a strong ally of the United States. Shown
here left to right are Bert SeJes. Florida Regional
Manager for State of Israel Bonds, Mrs. Ossman,
Mr. Ossman, Senator D'Amato and David
Zysman, National Field Director.
B'nai Mitzvah
On Saturday, May 15, Edward
Harrison Bloom, son of Jane
Lobe Bloom and Dr. Martin
Bloom, was called to the Torah of
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton as
a Bar Mitzvah.
Edward is a student of J. C.
Mitchell School and attends the
Temple Beth El religious school.
Family members sharing in the
simcha included grandparents,
Beatrice Lobe of Baltimore, Md.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bloom
of Hallandale, Fla., along with
his sister, Kandi.
Out of town guests included
uncle, Steven Lobe, aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Abrian ,
Bloom, great aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Labovitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Morris, Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Kramer and great aunt,
Hilda Abramson.
Edward enjoys roller skating
and fishing.
Sinai Men's Club
Elects New Officers
Charles Moss was unanimous-
ly elected as president of the
Men's Club of Temple Sinai, the
Reform Jewish congregation of
South Palm Beach County.
Mr. Moss succeeds Louis Ros-
berger as head of the organiza-
tion. Also elected were: Jack
Heitner and Louis Lefkowitz,
vice-presidents; Sol Stillman,
treasurer; and Alfred Friedlieb,
The new officers will be formal-
ly installed at the congregation's
Sabbath eve service Friday, June
25, at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church, 188 S. Swinton Avenue,
where the congregation worships
Edward Bloom
There was a luncheon in Ed-
ward's honor following services.
On Saturday, May 29, 1962,
Betsy Rae Smith, daughter of
Barbara and Stanley Smith, will
be called to the Torah of Temple
Beth El of Boca Raton as a Bat
Mitzvah. Betsy is a student of
Gulf stream School and attends
the Temple Beth El religious
school. Family members sharing
in the simcha include Betsy's
brother, Matthew and grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith
f Boca Raton, Fl., and Mr. and
Irs. Russell Stanley of Warmin-
Betsy's hobbies are horseback
riding and showing hunters.
Honors and awards received-
championships in the equestrian
field. Following services, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith will host a reception
n Betsy's honor.
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