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The Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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F.K. Shochet.
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March 1, 1985
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 14, 1979)-
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1 The Jewish ^^ -y
of South County
Serving Boca Raton. Delray Beach, and Highland Beach, Florida Friday, March 1, 1985
f ted Shochet Price 35 Cents
momy For Arabs OK With Likud, Says Leader
it Never Palestinian State
krabs of the
>ries in the
Judaea and
Ited by the
i'ii i. and the
therefore, to
limon Peres'
with it. a
lure told The
je. however.
issue which
irrent unity
ie autonomy
threat of a
Merging as a
Gen. (Res.)
* com-
and deputy
>ri served in
Israel's in-
until 1976.
rising in the ranks up to the
General Staff, where he served as
assistant chief of operations.
During the Y..m Kippur War in
197:1 he was commanding officer
of the Armored Corps, and prior
to that he served as commander
of the Command and Staff
College of the Israeli army.
But his career in the service of
Israel began long before 1948.
Horn in Tel Aviv in 1924. Zipori
grew up in Petah Tikvah and
joined the fighting underground
at the age of 15. As a member of
the Irgun he took part in com-
batting Arab gangs which rioted
against .Jews in Palestine -
usually with the tacit
acquiescence and often with help
from the British authorities.
As a member of the un-
derground, he was captured by
the British and interned in the
l.iiiroun prison and then the
Greens Launches
lual Dinner-Dance
campaign-----greeted w.ith great enthusiasm by
major leap residents of the area. It wUl be
figuration of chaired by William and Diana
Obletz. The same enthusiasm has
marked the entire campaign in
Boca Greens, which has nearly
doubled its Jewish population
land membership in the country
club) from last year, and is ap-
Continued on Page 6-
lance, ac-
len Cecil
inned for
has been
Code to Prosecute
linals, Canada Asked
t.ed the
ions for
le federal
it would
[to bring
to trial
Nazi war
tat others,
ind experts
it as many
inals found
|MP Blaine
the House
il Affairs
latas, the
ses of war
Bill C-18.
is criminal
referred to
ceiving its
liament last
[brought to
jriate legal
iion and
ition was
Bit Helmut
Rauca, charged in the murders of
11,584 Lithuanian Jews. He was
extradited to West Germany in
May, 1983, where he died before
his trial began.
But Matas said that technical
problems limit the effectiveness
of both extradition and
denaturalization and deportation.
Most suspected war criminals
in Canada are from Eastern
European countries with which
Canada does not have extradition
treaties, and West Germany
refuses to ask for their ex-
tradition. And the government
has said denaturalization applies
only to those alleged war
criminals who lied to immigration
officials about their Nazi past
but most were not even asked,
Matas pointed out.
THEREFORE, he said in his
letter, "legal means must exist
for the prosecution in Canada of
these international criminals."
Matas pointed out to the com-
mittee that the Charter of Rights
was amended specifically to allow
for this sort of legislation.
Section 11(g) of the Charter
permits retroactive legislation to
make an act a crime under
Canadian law that was "criminal
under international law or ac-
cording to the general principles
of law recognized by the com-
munity of nations" at the time it
was committed. "Introducing
that legislation now would
complete the process begun by
the Charter," Matas said.
prison at Acre (where several
Irgun soldiers were executed by
hanging), and was later deported
to British detention camps in the
Sudan. Eritrea and Kenya, along
with 250 other detainees from
Zipori was elected to the
Knesset on the Likud ticket in
1977. was named deputy defense
minister, and became minister of
communications in 1981. He
visited South County for several
days recently on behalf of Israel
There is accord among Israel's
main parties, Zipori said, on the
issue of a Palestinian state:
"knowing (Premier Shimon)
Peres as I do and I served two
years on the General Staff with
him as defense minister I
believe he is completely opposed
to such a state." The autonomy is
a good idea, providing Israel can
find Arab leaders in the
territories who are willing to
cooperate with such a plan for the
good of the people "otherwise
we'll end up making fools of
ourselves." he pointed out.
To date, however, such leaders
could not be found, primarily
because they are frightened; any
real moderates among the Arabs
who were willing to cooperate
towards a solution have been
assassinated, and this has been
happening right up to the present
time. In fact, Zipori said, there
were some Arab moderates even
before Israel's independence,
Continued on Page 1
Gen. Mordechai Zipori
Bernstein, Altman Head Plans
For First Men's Golf Event
A group of prominent members
.if Boca Grove and residents of
Ocean Boulevard recently formed
a committee which met at the
Federation'* .Board Room to plan
the First Annual Golf Tour-
The group included Sydney
Altman. Gary Bernstein, Baron
Coleman. Edwin Krause. Ira
Sarasohn, Roy Sarahson and
Norman I. Stone. Lester Entin
and Rudy Robinson will also
serve on the committee, which
Gary Bernstein of Boca Grove
and Sydney Altman of Ocean
Boulevard agreed to chair.
The tournament was scheduled
for Monday, March 18, at Boca
Grove. The entry fee, to cover
actual costs, will include greens
fees, carts, a continental break-
fast, cocktails and lunch. There
will be many prizes and each
golfer will receive a com-
plimentary golf windbreaker.
The event promises to be one of
the highlights of the year's
golfing season.
BB Leader Fingers 3 Canadian
Ex-PM's As Anti-Semitic
An official of the B'nai
Brith of Canada has ac-
cused two former prime
ministers of Canada of
having been anti-Semites
and a third former prime
minister of possibly having
been one. All three men are
According to David Matas,
chairman of the League for
Human Rights of the Canadian
B'nai B'rith, this explains why
for so many years Canada was
lax in attempting to bring Nazi
war criminals living in the
country to justice.
Matas spoke to reporters last
week in connection with the
release of a 122-page report by his
organization on Nazi war
criminals in Canada. He claimed
that William Lyon MacKenzie
King, prime minister from 1935-
48, and Louis St. Laurent, prime
minister from 1948-57, were anti-
Semites, and that Lester
Pearson, prime minister from
1963-68, may have been anti-
KING DIED in 1950; St.
Laurent, who was secretary of
state for external affairs in 1946,
died in 1973; and Pearson, who
joined the St. Laurent govern-
ment in 1948 as secretary of state
for external affairs, died in 1972.
To substantiate his charges,
Matas quoted extensively from
Lavi Construction 'Essential'
Premier Shimon Peres said that
Israel must go ahead with the
design and construction of the
Lavi, its second- generation jet
fighter plane, because it is
He made his remarks to
reporters on a visit to the Israel
Aircraft Industries (IAI) where
the Lavi is being developed. The
project seemed in trouble
recently because of Israel's
economic crisis. But Peres said he
was convinced the Lavi must be
"It belongs to the new
generation of highly modern
fighters and I believe that in two
or three aspects, the Lavi is far
ahead of any other known aircraft
available today," Peres said. He
added that the project was not
behind schedule.
The IAI, meanwhile, presented
Defense Minister Boyamu Sali of
Papua-New Guinea with the first
of three Arava transport planes
ordered from Israel by that
southwest Pacific nation. Sali is
on an official visit to Israel. The
remaining two planes will be
handed over later this month.
They were ordered nearly a
year ago, and in the interim, 17
Papuan Air Force pilots and
ground crew have been training
in Israel to fly and maintain the
the book, "None is Too Many,"
by Irving Abella and Harold
Troper, which deals with Jewish
requests for admission to Canada
between 1933, when the Nazis
took power in Germany, and
Matas claimed that King and
St. taurent were "actively
supportive in encouraging the
refusal to allow Jewish refugees
to come into Canada during the
Nazi rule," and Pearson,
although not reported to have
made anti-Semitic statements,
"was also part of the attempt to
blockade Jewish refugees."
Abella quoted King as defending
restrictions on Jewish im-
migration on grounds that "Jews
would pollute Canada's blood-
HE SAID King's diaries
contained "all sorts of derogatory
statements about Jews." The
writer also accused the St.
Laurent government of allowing
"thousands of Nazi collaborators
into Canada, while some of
Pearson's policies and some of his
statements while a diplomat
might at one time have led one to
believe that he shared some of
these feelings against Jewish
He contended that although
Pearson "seemed to agree with
the policy of keeping Jews in DP
(displaced persons) camps while
other refugees were being allowed
into Canada," he was "only a
civil servant applying policies
Continued on Page 3-

Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, March 1, 1986
Press Digest ...
(Compiled from Israeli dailies
and the English4anguage Jewish
Press, by Marty Erann, Director
of Communications, South
County Jewish Federation)
The Jewish Week has a report
on a court battle which is of
interest to every Jew, but par-
ticularly to Jewish federations
and other agencies which provide
family services, and may be
involved in foster care issues.
It seems the ACLU (American
Civil Liberties Union) filed a
class-action suit in 1973, in the
name of a black child named
Shirley Wilder, charging the
Jewish and Catholic foster care
agencies with violating several
constitutional principles: equal
access to public institutions, free
exercise of religion, and
separation of church and state.
The suit came to be known as
Wilder vs. Bernstein.
As a result of that suit, a
settlement was signed by the
ACLU, the Protestant foster care
agencies and New York State and
New York City, providing a
compromise which calls for
assigning foster children on a
first-come, first-served basis,
unless the child elects to be
assigned to be placed in an in-
stitution of his-her own faith, in
which case the child gets on a
waiting list.
In the case of Jewish children,
according to Federation officials,
this would mean a 40-1 chance of
being placed in a non-Jewish
agency. This would defeat the
very purpose of the Jewish
agencies, set up primarily to
serve the Jewish community in a
pluralistic culture.
The Jewish and Catholic
agencies, according to the ex-
perts, are better endowed and are
superior to the Protestant
agencies. Only 2.5 percent of the
19,000 children in New York who
need foster care are Jewish, while
their occupancy rate in foster
care institutions runs 45 percent
in Jewish agencies city-wide, and
only 25 percent in the two largest
Jewish-run agencies.
The 40th anniversary of the
victory over the Nazis in World
War II will be celebrated in Israel
by a gathering of more than 6,000
Jews from all over the world
from underground partisans and
ghetto fighters to members of the
Allied forces, Holocaust sur-
vivors and volunteers from
Palestine reports Israel
Today. Knesset Member Dov
Shilanskv, a prominent Likud
leader, is chairing the event,
under the patronage of Premier
Shimon Peres. Part of the reason
for organizing the event was the
absence of the flag of Israel from
the D-Day celebrations held in
France last summer "Out of a
population of 16 million Jews at
the time. 1.5 million were in the
Allied ranks alone, not to
mention others who fought in
various spheres," Shilansky said.
A population study by Meron
Benvenisti shows there are
42,500 Jewish settlers living in
towns and settlements in Judea
and Samaria on the West Bank
more than had previously been
estimated, according to Israel
Although the economic
situation has caused a sharp
decline in housing starts, this will
not be felt for two years there
is enough housing available to
settle an additional 2,000 families
during the next two years,
Benvenisti, a former deputy
mayor of Jerusalem, notes.
Benvenisti, not a supporter of
Jewish settlement in Judea and
Samaria, did his study under
grants from the Ford Foundation
and the Rockefeller Foundation.
He says the settlers' population
will reach 100,000 by the end of
the decade, while the Arab
population of the area now is
Ha'aretz reports that the draft
national budget for "85-'86 in
Israel forecasts a decline in
private consumption by three
percent, virtually no growth in
the GNP, and unemployment
growing from the current 6.9
percent to some 7.5 or 8 percent.
Exports are expected to go up
nine percent, while imports will
be reduced by one percent.
By not permitting unem-
ployment to grow even more, the
government will not be able to
effect as drastic a reduction in
public spending as had originally
been forecast by the Treasury
officials preparing the draft
At the same time, says
Ha'aretz, Premier Shimon Peres
has promised the U.S. to effect
some changes in Israel's budget
laws, in exchange for which the
U.S. has agreed to provide an
emergency grant of between $500
million and $800 million, which
will be announced soon.
Israel's police have thwarted
an attempt to smuggle hashish
valued at $800 million from
Lebanon to Egypt via Israel,
Ha'aretz reports. Secret police
agents photographed the
operation, which used a stolen
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| The Floridian.
egation B'nai Israel
Boca Raton
e once said that
is the worst form of
ent ever devised by man
exception of all the
Though our democratic
hardly perfect, it is a
Disputes, for the most
I settled with ballots, not
From all manner of
jackgrounds the people
ike up America join
and determine how we
avemed. Somehow, our
ftory democracy keeps us
, and at peace.
ugh it is trite, it is
[true that the price of
cy is constant vigilance
refore, we become con-
when news accounts
hat a group known as the
(the American Coalition
litional Values, a right-
fsentially fundamentalist
coalition, has initiated
jign to take over the
epublican party.
mistake would be to
or underestimate the
of the matter. A few
^ns are therefore in order.
ev. Jerry Fa 1 well, head of
Majority: "America
tided by Godly men who
mind establishing a
not only Christian in
)ut a republic designed to
the Gospel world-
prom his book, "America
Saved," 1979, p. 21.)
lev. W.A. Criswell, in a '
erview shown September
but taped in Dallas the
pr the reverend gave the
tion at the Republican
ion: "There is no such
separation of Church
te. It is merely a figment
imagination of the in-
[From Rev. Tim LeHaye,
Tigious Roundtable break-
er to his speech at the
Jouse, as reported by the
rk Times on September 8
"I'll tell you what's
'ith America. We don't
rough of God's ministers
the country." Rev.
again: "I hope I live to
Jay when, as in the early
our country, we won't
t public schools. The
will have taken them
n and Christians will be
I them. What a happy day
P be!" (Falwell, ibid., Pp.
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In fact, they are toned down for
mass consumption. In private,
and among friends, their
language is more radical yet.
More serious still was the
following resolution, proposed to
the Minnesota Republican
County Caucus last year: "We
will support only born-again
Christians who hold traditional
values." The proposal was
defeated, but the fact that it was
permitted to see the light of day
was frightening enough. Eight
years ago, no one would have
dreamed of presenting such a
resolution to a state committee.
Four years ago, no one would
have had the gall. In 1984, it was
legitimately considered. What
about 1985? Here we are, just two
months into the year and the
ACTV is moving ahead. The fact
that they failed in Minnesota last
year is no guarantee they won't
succeed in Florida this year.
Who is to stop such a
movement? It is clear, at least in
the near term, that Democrats
will be able to do little. The
November election proved this
more than conclusively. If the
ACTV's move to take over the
Florida Republican party is to be
halted, it will have to be done
from within, by fellow
Republicans. This places a
particular onus of responsibility
upon the "shoulders of Jewish
Republicans, a once rare but now
much more common species.
In partnership with Christian
moderates, who still comprise the
overwhelming majority of the
party, Jewish Republicans need
to work to insure that the GOP
does not fall under the thumb of
the Falwells, Criswells, LeHayes,
et al. Such a turn of events would
hold dreadful consequences not
only for Republicans, not only for
American Jews, but for all
Americans who believe in the
separation of Church and State,
and that decisions of personal
morality should remain matters
of personal choice. In short, for
all who do not believe that the
Moral Majority should be given
carte blanche with a government
that belongs to all of the people.
Jewish Republicans, awake
and to arms! Your party, your
country and your people need
you. Pehaps as never before.
BB Leader Fingers 3 Canadian
Ex-PM's as Anti-Semitic
Continued from Page 1
made by others" whereas King
and St. Laurent applied policies
they themselves helped make.
Matas conceded there is no
"documentation" of anti-
Semitism behind the Canadian
government's "inactivity" in
bringing Nazi war criminals to
BUT HE claimed "it would be
perfectly consistent with what
MacKenzie King and St. Laurent
did in not allowing Jewish
refugees to come to Canada to
show inactivity in bringing Nazi
war criminals in Canada to
justice as well."
Replying to a reporter's
question, Matas said that while
Pearson was prime minister, anti-
Semitism could have been a
factor in the inaction of the
Canadian government. He ab-
solved more recent prime
According to Matas, the late
John Diefenbaker, former prime
ministers Pierre Elliott Trudeau
and Joe Clarke, and the present
prime minister, Brian Mulroney,
"did not manifest any anti-
Semitism whatsoever."
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rage 4 1 he Jewish Floridian* of South County Friday. March 1. 1985
Silent no more'
Soviet Jewry update
The trial of ALEKSANDR
KHOL.MIANSKY ended last
month with the court passing a
"relatively mild*' 18-month labor
sentence for alleged 'illegal
possession of ammunition." The
more serious charge of "weapons
possession" was dropped after
the judge determined that a
pistol supposedly found in
Kholmiansky's home was not
properly established as evidence.
While the six months he served in
prison since his arrest will be
deducted, Aleksandr was fined
100 rubles for allegedly "tam-
pering with a mailbox." The
judge noted that the mailbox
tampering charge was not
hooliganism as the prosecution
claimed, but rather "taking the
law into one*s own hands." Pale
and gaunt after a four-month
hunger strike. Aleksandr was
unable to walk without
assistance, and was permitted to
remain seated during the trial.
His parents. GRIGORY and
ROZALIA, his brother
MIKHAIL and his sister-in-law.
ILANA, were present througout
the three-day trial.
In his closing statement.
Aleksandr maintained his in-
nocence, and declared. "This
court is not dependent upon
justice, but rather upon the fact
that I am a Jew. a teacher of the
Hebrew language and the Jewish
culture, and that I am committed
to aliyah Still, I must believe
the time will come when Jews in
the Soviet Union will be free, just
as I believe the time will come
when I will live as a Jew
sentenced to prison or labor
camps. While those charged with
criminal activities, such as
Kholmiansky and Yuli
Edelshtein received reduced
sentences, the maximum sen-
tence was given to those charged
with "political crimes."
Arrested in January, DAN
SHAPIRA of Moscow is charged
with allegedly "distributing false
materials which defame the
Soviet state and social system."
His arrest followed a search of his
apartment in which Jewish
materials and personal
photographs were confiscated.
Related searches were made at
the homes of Shapira's parents;
his fiancee, ELLA
BRUKHINA and her parents:
charges were based on letters he
wrote to authorities which
allegedly "defame the Soviet
regime.-' The investigator
warned Khazankina that Shapira
will be placed in a cell with
criminals, and that "no one will
prevent them from beating him."
Yelinskaya's fiance. IGOR
KHARAKH. is also implicated
and was warned that similar
charges against him are "im
assigned to "action teams" which
met with over 50 government and
private agencies. The teams
raised awareness of Soviet Jewry
and promoted action on their
behalf by members of Congress.
business, trade and labor unions,
education and science
organizations, and foreign
Accused of "belonging to an
international Zionist
organization," a French Jewish
philosopher and a French
journalist were placed under
"house arrest" in their Kiev hotel
on Feb. 3. Philosopher Alain
Finkielkraut and Dominique
Nora, who works for the French
newspaper. Liberation, were held
for several dav,
vest.gation ft
subversive '
^arges included >
J-ish refused m""
isus; unTsr^
threatened with* ^1
year prison 'J*\
the author of a half L
on Jewish subi.,!d0j*
Philosophical "^i
prominent in "
Israel Bonds
Advisory ...
Boca Lago Dinner
A dinner on behalf of Israel
Bonds was held at Boca Lago last
Thursday evening, at the
Cypress Clubhouse. Jerome
Gleeckel. a noted authority on
Israel, was the guest speaker.
The dinner was organized by
Gerri and Sam Zipperstein of
Cincinnati, who have been winter
residents here for five years, and
Sylvia Malvin. formerly of New
York, who were assisted by an
enthusiastic committee. The
Zippersteins and <,.
long record of accompu.
in community work withi
organizations and philj,
projects, in addition
commitment thev
demonstrated for Israel]
Beth Torah Event To Honor WexleJ
An Odessa court sentenced
the maximum three years in labor
camp for allegedly "circulating
false materials which defame the
Soviet state and social system."
The primary witness in the trial,
filmed for Soviet television, was a
postal official who claimed she
had "unwittingly" come across
three appeals written by Mark to
"Jews in the West," and was
"astounded by their anti-Soviet
Appearing pale and thin,
Nepomniashchy, who is deaf in
one ear, was issued a hearing aid
for the trial. In his final
statement, he protested the false
charges, declaring, "Guilty are
those who, for five years since my
family and I asked to repatriate
to Israel, have turned my life into
hell, who have denied me and my
wife the right to work in our
professions, and have devised
against our daughter in school.'*
Referring to the appeals cited as
evidence, he maintained, "they
have no anti-Soviet quality
whatsoever. It was the
authorities' disregard for my
appeals which forced me to turn
to world public opinion, and if
this is considered as some of-
fense, it is nothing when com-
pared with the injustice done to
me and my family by the
Since November, 1984, six
leading Hebrew teachers and
religious activists have been
Over 550 people joined more
than 100 members of Congress
and supporters from the black
and Christian communities,
crowding into the Caucus Room
of the Russell Senate Office
Building on Jan. 30. Participants
were responding to a call for
"emerging action" sounded by
the NCSJ. The day-long program
came at a time which NCSJ
Chairman Morris B. Abram
noted as "particularly bleak, in
which we cannot continue doing
'businesses usual.' "
Jerry Wexler. M.D.. and Helen
Wexler will be honored at a
cabaret night on behalf of Israel
Bonds this Sunday evening.
Residents of Boca Raton for
nine years, the Wexlers have
been active in B'nai Torah
throughout. Helen currently
serves as first vice president of
the congregation, and is also vice
president of the Sisterhood.
Jerry, a prominent pediatrician,
has devoted years to promoting
the center's youth activities and
its USY program being a
graduate of USY himself. He has
served as a board member for the
past eight years.
After viewing Hirelings and Aiiskei Em Una B'fdSt
Accomplices, a Soviet television
documentary shown in
Leningrad, which equates Soviet Honors Ludlle Cohen
Jews with anti-Soviet behavior. *-**: wrtcn
Helene and Jerry Wexler
participants heard from a cross-
section of speakers, including
Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young,
Ambassador Meir Rosenne of
Israel, Sen. Richard Lugar (R.
Ind.). Rep. Dante Fascell (D,
Fla.) and Dr. Christian Anfinsen",
Nobel laureate of Johns Hopkins
Representative Wyche Fowler
(D, Ga.) announced the formation
of the NCSJ's Congressional
Coalition for Soviet Jews (CCSJ),
which already counts over 200
members of Congress among its
ranks since its inception. Fowler
said he was "pleased with the
strong response of members who
recognize Soviet Jewry as a
serious issue which demands
their attention and support "
Together with the Congressional
Wives for Soviet Jews, the CCSJ
sponsored a symbolic "prisoner
lunch," consisting of black bread
and potato soup.
Following a well-received
program of speakers, meant to
motivate as well as reflect broad
support, participants were
Boca Teeca Honors Sam \m
Lucille Cohen was honored at
an Israel Bonds breakfast last
Sunday at Congregation Anshei
Emuna for her dedication to the
community and to Israel.
Lucille, who has served as
Sisterhood president for the past
four years, escaped from Poland
before Hitler invaded, thanks to a
letter her father wrote to
President Roosevelt, asking him
to grant her a visa. Prior to that,
at the age of 10, she had been
arrested by the Polish police for
engaging in Zionist activities.
Since her husband Murray
passed away in 1966, she has
dedicated herself to working for
Israel more than ever, both in
Port Chester where she resided
previously, and in Delray, where
she has been living for the past
nine years. She is also active in
the Jewish War Veterans
Women'8 Auxiliary.
Bernard Schachman of Boca
Teeca, a past honoree of Israel
Bonds, is helping to orchestrate a
golf tournament at which Sam
Lovit will be honored, on
Thursday, March 14. Chairing
the tournament are Claire and
Sidney Antman.
Lovit, with his wife Martha,
moved to Boca from Fall River,
Mass., where Sam, a chemist,
had his own fabric print business.
He was active in his temple, fche
Jewish Home for the Aged, UJA,
Israel Bonds and involved in
building a boys club under the
auspices of the United Fund.
Since retiring to Florida he
continues to be active in Israel
Bonds and the Federation, and
during summers in Rhode Island
he also devotes time to the
Friends of Touro Synagogue.
Sam Lovit
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during the so-called Arab unrest.
I here were the Nashashibi
leaders and the Husseini clan -
the former were willing to work
together with the Jews for the
benefit of all. while the Husseinis
led by the Mufti Haj Amin el-
Husseini. incited the riots and
murdered even more fellow Arabs
than the number of Jews killed.
Even King Hussein of Jordan is
afraid, or he might have acted
very differently in past years.
As to the unity government,
/.lpon said, there is great
agreement between the Likud
and the Labor Party on the
economic problem, and this is the
primary thing holding the
government together. It would be
nice if the unity government
could survive and accomplish
more for the benefit of the
country, but at the same time
there are grounds for the fear,
expressed recently by some
Likud members, that it will not.
True, Peres is supposed to turn
over the premiership to Likud
head Yitzhak Shamir after 25
months in office; however, in
politics there is. in Israel as well
as elsewhere, little honesty.
Peres, who was at a low ebb of
popularity when he took office,
has performed pretty well and
has gained a great deal of
popularity, according to *[
- and every party wants"
power, so Labor m
tempted to capitalize on_Jj
go to the voters before V*
to turn over the reins. |
this will not happen -
they (Labor) will be bjj
abide by the agre*m
made." Zipori said.
On other issues. Zipor,P
It is wrong to thin"
Likud was for staying ?',
as long as Israel d.^^
had argued for a puw,
as two years ago
Continued on
Page 5

of the
Jewish Community Day School
Friday, March 1.1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 5
Autonomy For Arabs
en the mayor of Kfar Saba
I his wife visited South
tv several weeks ago, they
ed off at the Jewish
nunity Day School. It was
afternoon, and Mayor
and his wife Varda took
| in the Kaballat Shabbat
am with Leah Temor's Ffrst
3. Temor, as it happens, is a
Israeli and the Judaic
es teacher at the Satellite
fus. *'I felt like I was home,"
Wald said. His wife
who is a school teacher as
was excited by the
en's knowledge of Hebrew
and Israeli culture, and said she
was anxious to share her ex-
perience at the Day School with
her students in Kfar Saba. "We
are like one large family," she
said, "you in the U.S. and we in
This feeling led her to arrange
a pen-pal project between Mrs.
Temor's students and her own
students in Kfar Saba. (Kfar
Saba a two underprivileged
neighborhoods are twinned with
the South County Jewish
Community under Project
Renewal, in which U.S. Jews help
specific Israeli neighborhoods to
upgrade housing and community
facilities.) Students were paired
according to their hobbies and
Leah Temor is enthused by
this project, the first of its kind in
the South County Jewish
Community Day School. It will
give her students the opportunity
to use their Hebrew skills as well
as learn more about Israeli
culture from the source. She
anticipates long-term
correspondence as the children
develop friendships through the
mail. "In fact, Mrs. Wald has
already extended an invitation to
our class to visit Kfar Saba," she
All Can Be Involved In
State Lawmaking Work
of the less known ac-
es in which the Federation is
zed and which should
Bst many more people is
cipation in the legislative
bss at the state level.
Jgether with other
ations in Florida, through
Florida Association of Jewish
rations (along with the
Way and the United
estant Appeal), the
ration has a lobbyist in
lhassee who, twice a year,
Iges briefings and meetings
1 legislators for those in-
tfd in taking part.
Federation's lobbyist is
le Bloom, formerly a
lator in Tallahassee herself.
le legislative affairs
shop arranged by Bloom
Ists of several briefing
Dns on what is coming up in
tate House and Senate, the
and proposed bills, and
various legislators stand
\em. Then there is a cocktail
with the legislators from
your area, and an opportunity to
let them know where you stand.
In many cases, this is followed by
dinner with a particular
representative or state senator.
Such a workshop was held
recently, with Noni Jontiff and
Geri Gellert from South County
Federation's Community
Relations Council taking part.
The briefings covered such areas
as the call for a constitutional
convention so far 32 of the
required 34 states have come out
in favor, but some are having
second thoughts to amend the
constitution to require a balanced
budget. Another area covered
was the right of clergy to con-
fidentiality (following the case of
a minister who refused to divulge
information given to him in
confidence by an alleged
criminal). A third issue was the
problem of funds (lack of them)
to expand social services, and the
need to reestablish priorities.
Other subjects covered were
growth management, increased
taxes versus revenue from lottery
or user fees, and proposals to
undercut tax deducibility of
charitable contributions.
The subjects, and the
workshops, are more than just
interesting they directly
concern most people. The
workshops offer an opportunity
for anyone who wishes to make
the trip to Tallahassee for the
day-long program to let
legislators such as Steve Press
and Carol Hanson know where
this community stands yet it
seems most people are not even
aware this opportunity exists.
The next such program is
scheduled for May 7. The Jewish
Floridian of South County
suggests that people who might
wish to participate but do not
want to go to the expense of
flying to Tallahassee get together
in a "car pool" and share driving
and expenses, and take ad-
vantage of this opportunity. For
more information call Geri
Gellert at the Federation, 368-
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not explain why this was not
If terrorists were to begin
operating against Israel from
across the Lebanese border after
withdrawal, Israel is capable and
should take strong punitive
measures, causing the Lebanese
to choose between such punish-
ment or proper control of the
terrorists much as Jordan did
when Palestinian terrorists tried
to ope. ate across the Jordanian
Peace with Egypt should
have been capitalized on to a
greater extent than it has been.
Nevertheless, it has done much to
ease the defense burden which,
otherwise, would have been much
The internal dangers inherent
in peace, should this come, will be
much easier to deal with: "Just
imagine what we could do with
only 15 percent diverted from the
defense budget to other
areas ..." But it is not realistic
to expect peace a true,
complete peace to come very
The Likud bloc is moving
toward a merger of the Liberal
Party with Herut it's the only
logical alternative available, and
it is being worked on. As to
contention for leadership
Begin will not likely return to
head the Dartv, though he may
get involved in helping the Likud
with his influence. The two who
have publicly declared their
intentions to contend are David
Levy and Ariel Sharon but
Yitzhak Shamir is still the leadei
and should not be written off, anc
there are other potential can
didates, not the least of whom is
Moshe Aren8, who is highly
respected at home and abroad
and commands much popularity.
The so-called trend to right
wing extremism is a passing
phenomenon, hopefully. It could
grow even more if the govern-
ment appears to neglect the
welfare and security of settlers in
the territories but as for
Kahane, "this is one gift
American Jewry is welcome to
take back, as far as I'm con-
cerned. ."
Apart from the aspect of
partnership in development of
Israel, people should also bear in
mind that their investment in
Israel Bonds has also limited
Israel's need to go to foreign
commercial sources for capital,
thus making her more dependent
in a way which could be risky.
The great strides made to date
and the tremendous potential
should encourage more people to
become partners, to an even
greater extent, by purchasing
Israel Bonds, Zipori emphasized.
Israel Exhibit For Paris In June
PARIS (JTA) The presidents of France and
Israel will jointly inaugurate the "Land of Israel"
exhibition here next June. The exhibition will retrace
3,000 years of Jewish history "from dream to reality and
from the Bible to our own days." The exhibition is being
organized by a special international committee and will be
held in Paris' prestigious Grand Palais generally reserved
years in advance for international exhibitions.
THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS as well as thousands of
other archaeological finds, pictures, books and
manuscripts will be gathered from museums the world
over for the occasion. The exhibition's commissioners,
Iona Fisher for Israel and Solange de Turenne for France,
said that dozens of cities and museums have already
investigated the possibilities of housing the exhibition.
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Federation / UJA Campaign '85 Update
(Left to right) Bruce Kirsehenbaum. Leu Gordon. Sy Pamer. Stanley
Kanter. Hank Heller Hi rsch Ico-chairman. Pines of Boca Lago). Jules Nutkin. Milton
Lurey. Lou Stone. Ted Gordon, and Gil Telsey. ID. Siegel)
Earl Fox tleft) receives an award
from Jules Nutkin. co-chairman
of Pines of Boca Lago cocktail
party. ID. Siegel)
Pines of Boca Lago Honors Earl Fox
The Pines of Boca Lago. one of
the areas eight "pods," recently
held a cocktail party on behalf of
the Federation-UJA Campaign,
inaugurating an annual event, at
which they honored their pod
president Karl Fox.
The party, held at the Pines of
Boca Lago Clubhouse, drew more
than 100 residents of the pod. It
was chaired by Jules Nutkin and
Milton Lurey. Federation
president Marianne Bobick. the
guest speaker, described local
community growth and needs.
Israel needs, and the situation
with Kthiopian .Jewry.
Kai>l>i Philmore Berger. a
noted Keform rabbi from Long
Island, who recently returned
from a rabbinical mission to
Israel, also addressed the group.
Lester Hersch. co-chairman of
the campaign in the Pines of
Boca Lago. asked the par
licipants to observe a moment of
silence in memory of Saul
Wollner. a fellow committee
member who recently passed
*s a result of the cocktail
party, at which 16 new gifts were
added to the campaign, it is
anticipated that the campaign in
the Pines will be pushed well
ahead of last year in total money


Part of Boca Greens Dinner-Dance committee,
meeting at the Horbars' home recently. Standing
Heft to right). Peter Savino, Max Hoffman,
Stanley Horbar. William Obletz. Seated (left to
right), Mrs. Max Hoffman, Mrs. Stanley Horbar,
Mrs. Harris Kaplan, Mrs. Irving Kagan, and
Mrs. Peter Savino.
Boca Greens Launches Annual Dinner-Dance
Continued from Page 1
proaching the 'ZOO mark.
Among the outstanding
campaign volunteers at Boca
Greens are Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Horbar, who have been in-
strumental in coordinating the
campaign activities. Among
those serving on the dinner-dance
committee, but not in the picture,
are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bell, Mr.
and Mrs. Barry Berger. Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Fdelschick, Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Ehrlich. Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Goldstein. Dr.
Irving Kagan, Mr. Harris
Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Katz. Mr. and Mrs. George
Leibowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan
Little. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Rothstein, Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Sadowsky. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Schuck. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Shear, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Shield, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Abraham Stiefeld
Beverly and Benjamin Beck
Becks, Stiefeld Honorees
At Joint Shul Event
Abraham Stiefeld of
Congregation Anshei Emuna and
Beverly and Benjamin Beck of
Congregation Anshei Shalom will
be honored at a joint breakfast on
behalf of the 1985 Federation-
UJA campaign on Sunday, Mar.
24. at 10 a.m. Federation
president Marianne Bobick will
be the guest speaker.
The breakfast will be held at
the newly completed building of
Anshei Shalom on Atlantic Ave.
in Delray. and will be the first
public event to be held there.
According to Aaron Winkler,
co-chairman of the breakfast.
"No one is more deserving of an
award than Stiefeld. He spends
most of his days in the
synagogue, working on behalf of
the congregation and studying
the Torah. then, on the Sib
he reads the Torah porttonfor]
congregation, and is also the]
who distributes the alivoll
consider him a most imp
member of our congregation."
Phil Allen, co-chairman old
breakfast for Anshei Sh
feels similarly about
Benjamin Reck: "They an I
working members of the,
community. Benjamin
least 75 percent of his tint|
temple-related activil
especially in the area of i
Beverly has been
Sisterhood since its ino
and has served as fit
secretary for two years.
proud to inaugurate events a^
new temple building by hon
the Becks."
2nd Annual Golf Tournament
Monday, March 11,1985
Bocaire Country Club
17170 Military Trail
Boca Raton
8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8:45 a.m. 2 Best-Ball Foursome Tournament
1:30 p.m. Lunch Entertainment Prizes
Entry Fee: $375
(That's $1000 OFF the previously misprinted fee.. J
(Tax Deductible)
USGA Attested Handicap
Limited Participation
Please call South County Jewish Federation
Women's Division, 388-2737 For More Information.
Summer Missions Planned
The South County Jewish
Federation will participate in two
UJA missions to Israel this
summer, affording everyone an
opportunity to take part.
One is the Family Mission,
scheduled for July 4 to 14.
The other is the Singles
Mission, from July 21 to July 31.
Tentative itineraries have been
planned for both missions, and
the time to make reservations is
A UJA mission is the better
way to visit Israel for several
reasons apart from the special
arrangements made and the VIP
treatment, the UJA gives par
ticipants access to things an
ordinary tourist can never hope
to see on a private visit. And the
link between Israel and the Jew
in the United States becomes so
much clearer and more
meaningful after you come back
enriched by this experience.
It does not take much to verify
this: simply ask anyone who has
taken part in one of the missions
in the past few years .
For further information, call
Marcia Needle (Family Mission!
or Dr. Robert Fishman (Singles
Mission) at the Federation. 368
We Look Forward To Seeing You
at the
On Monday, march 4, at the Sheraton,
When we'll honor Betty and Iz Ziegel
(If you have not yet made your reservation, you
can still do so today call 368-2737)
Benjamin Bussin, Family Division Chairman
Evelyn Bussin Mark Silverton
Luncheon co-chairmen

Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 7
Country Clubs Luncheon Enjoys Show at Breakers
larly 250 women from South
Ls s country club areas filled
Mediterranean Room at the
kers Hotel recently for one of
nost outstanding luncheons
|to be held in the course of
, omen's Division campaign.
Li made it outstanding was
Cjcal presentation by some
women themselves. A cast
J volunteers, with the help of
[or Howard (Bundy) Shaw.
Inted a series of songs on
n s growing role in society,
he community, and par-
rly in the campaign. The
station touched the hearts
fryone present, and brought
of laughter, some tears
ps( speaker Bobbi Klotz
|New York gave the audience
Mate on the situation in
quoting statistics on the
inn. the problems of im-
int absorption and
Jghting both problems and
fvements. Federation
ent Marianne Bobick spoke
ie problem of Kthiopian
comparing the reactions
Jewish ((immunity at the
lews needed a refuge from
hi/is to the present, and
; e> eryone not to let the sad
h ever be repeated.
*'/ W" "^^ kaVing CCkUlilS nd hrs rf' before
Terry Kaufman. Women's
Division Areas chairman, said
there was a substantial increase
in new money raised. Women's
Division chairman Phyllis
Squires thanked everyone who
worked so hard to make this
event the success it was. and
presented Kelly Freeman,
producer of the musical show,
with a bouquet of flowers.
Reagan Touts School Prayer
lent Heagan. in his State of
linn address once
J urged Congress to adopt
It ion permitting prayer in
Ihlic schools.
Igan did not mention any
|c proposal in a brief
ent in which he thanked
ss tor passing last year
requiring high schools to
religious groups to use
classrooms after school if other
organizations have this extra-
curricular privilege.
"But no citizen need tremble,
nor the world shudder, if a child
stands in a classroom and
breathes a prayer," the president
said. "We ask you again: give
children back a right they had for
a century-and-a-half or more."
The statement was loudly ap-
Cast of the muswale at the Breakers (left to right/ Charlotte Ren-
ctelman. Toby Wmtrub, Helaine Freeman, Selma Axelrod, Kelly
freeman (producer-narrator), Howard -Bundy- Shaw (director),
Bermce Silverman, Gertrude Newman, Libby Davis, Mildred Pitt-
man, and Ethel Schocnfeld.
chairman, Terry
area chairman, and
Putting on the show...
Bobbie Klotz, guest speaker.
They come from the Temples, Hadasseh, B'nai B'rith, ORT, the Condos, and the Country Clubs
every organization, club, neighborhood and walk of life...
To volunteer, please call
South County Jewish Federation
336 N.W. Spanish River Blvd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Sylvia August
Goldie Baker
Goidle Backer
Vera Bel infante
Jack Bernstein
Renee Brown
Ann Browning
Elsie Cowln
Baron Desnick
Isadore Dordlck
Lucille Dordick
Dorothy Dorogusker
Ida Dubroff
Helen Eisler
Shirley Eftlnger
Nancy Feldman
'da Feldman
Rabbi Theodore Feldman
Dena Feldman
Robert Fels
Lillian Gaeser
Edythe Geffon
Spencer Gellert
Pauline Gertman
Emanuel Goldberg
Mildred Goldstein
Annette Gordon
Florence Gould
Gussie Green
Betty Green berg
Joseph Greenberg
William Gruner
Eva Herman
Nathan Herman
Harriet Herskovltz
Barbara Jospey Edward Love
isadore H.Kades Arthur Lucker
BenKarpen Geri Lucker
BillKatz Meyer Lutzker
Lll Katz Erwln Mann
Ann Kessler Rabbi Gregory Marx
BenKeuler Lilly Metsch
Beatrice Kleiner Carl Miller
Bea Krisburg Simma Miller
Irving Krlsburg Harriet Mllman
Sarah Landa Sol Moskowitz
Rae Lapidus Rose D. Oppenhelmer
Sol Lapidus Phil Plotkln
Florence Lax Anne Pollack
Frank Lax Al Reiss
Helen Latar Helen Reiss
Elizabeth Lefkovlts irma Revesman
Marianne Lesser Stanley Revesman
Miriam Ljeberman Sylvia Rogers
Gertrude Lobe Laura Rosenberg
Bessie Rothschild
Eleanor Rothstein
Frances Sacks
Estelle Schlndler
Herman Schlndler
Ria Shenker
David Sheriff
Esther Siegel
Dr.S. Slegel
Helen Speevak
Rhode Sterling
Or. Morris Tear
Frances Thorn
Selma Traum
Esther Waller
Fran Waterman
Ruth Welnlnger
Sylvia Wolf
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Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of South County / Friday, March 1, 1985
The Men's Softball League
sponsored by the Levis JCC is in
hill swing. The four-team league
play their games at Patch Reef
Park on Sunday mornings.
Recently the Red team, captained
by Steve Lesser, defeated the
Grey team captained by Alan
Porter, by a score of 10-4. The
Green team (captain Joe Rubin)
defeated the Blue team by a score
of 18-3. Standouts for the Green
team included Perry Conan, who
hit a 3-run homerun in leading his
team to victory.
Green Team W 2, L 0; Blue
Team W 1, L 1; Red Team W 1, L
1; Grey Team WO, L2.
Every Thursday at 1 p.m. All
levels for master points. Cost:
Member $2 each session, Non-
Member $2.50 each session.
Location: Levis JCC.
Contact Marianne Lesser, 395-
Sunday, March 24, "The
Dybbuk" in color (Hebrew with
English subtitles). For adults
two performances 3 p.m. and 7
p.m. Cost: $3 per person pay
at door. Location: Levis JCC.
Contact Marianne Lesser, 395-
Friday evening, April 5. 6:30
p.m., first annual JCC Passover
seder conducted by Philip
Towsner, a retired cantor. Dinner
will consist of a full course
Kosher meal catered by Stuart
Caterers. Tables will ac-
commodate eight. Members and
friends invited. Cost $24 for
adults, $12 for children under the
age of 12. Reservations must be
made to Center together with
your check in the full amount.
Contact Marianne Lesser, 395-
Tuesday, March 5, 5:30-7:30
p.m., Happy Hour at Tequila
Willies on Executive Drive (Cash
Bar Happy Hour Prices
please tip waitress, Hors
d'oeuvres). Location: 1st traffic
light west of 1-95 on Glades Road
in Boca Raton. Members No
Cost, Non-Members $3.
Tuesday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.
Israeli Dancing and Fun!
Refreshments will be served.
RSVP to Center (395-5546) by
March 18. Cost: Members
$1.50, Non-Members $3.
Location: Levis JCC, 336 NW
Spanish River Blvd., Boca.
Contact Marianne Lesser, 395-
5546 SINGLES 21-39
Bicycle Ride (and enjoy break-
fast afterwards). Length of ride
will depend on skill of bikers.
RSVP to Center a must by March
14 395-5546. Date: Sunday.
March 17. Time: 9 a.m. prom-
ptly. Location: Meet at Inter-
national Bicycle Shop on
Palmetto Park Road and Dixie
Hwy. Their staff will conduct
bike tour and will choose break-
fast stop. Look for Beth Wolk as
program director. Cost: $6 for
bike rental or bring your own
Purim Dance. Date: Saturday,
March 9. Time: 8:30 p.m. Enjoy
live entertainment and good
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Contact Marianne Lesser, 395-
Trip to Bass Museum (Singles
35-55), Wednesday, March 13,
8:30 a.m. View Roman Vishniac
exhibit. Lunch on your own in
Coconut Grove. Cost: Members
$10, Non-Members $15.
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Pag- The Jewish Floridian of Sooth County Friday. March 1. 1965
In The Synagogues
And Temples ...
Residence program is in its fifth
David Krainin. a former New
York attorney and Boca Raton
resident for the past 15 years.
was named Temple Beth' El's
Congregant Of The Year' at a
Brotherhood breakfast meeting
Sunday. Fee 17. Rabbi Merle E
Singer presented Krainin with a
Krajnin organized the first
Adult Education classes at the
temple and with his wife. Anne,
established the first choir and a
choral group which he has led and
directed for seven years
The couple also organized two
motion picture festivals featuring
Academy Award-winning pic-
tures written and ejected bv
tfcair am Julian. Proceeds were
donatec to the temple and its
Dennis Prager. Temple Beth
El ? Scholar-In-Reside-
discussed The Reason For Anu-
Semitism and Anti-Z*onism at a
temple Brotherhood Breakfast on
Sunday. Feb II
Prager. considered by critics fee
have written the most persuas;-. e
explanation of anti-Semitism
ever published, has lectured at
virtually every major American
university, mckidmg Harvard
Stanford and Berkeley, and was
director of the Brandess-Bardm
Institute m California
The temple Scholar-Ie-
Newly Opened
ORT Resale Shop
A ny thing and Every thing
Clothes Household Items Furniture
Bric-Brac Jewelry Etc.
5999 N. Federal Hwy.
Boca Raton
(across from Rizzo's Restaurant)
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or Vanderturt BeacVby ca m or the Gurf for
-eservations to *'ee
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The last Friday night of each
month at 8 pm. Ask the Rabbi"
will be pan of the Friday evening
service, led by Rabbi Elliot J
Wmograd. according to his
philosophy Not to sermonize
but to teach. The rabbi conducts
this publk forum to educate all
ho attend
Temple Emeth Brotherhood
will hold their next meeting on
Tuescav March 5. ". 5? pm at
:he temple- 578C V\ Atlantic
Temple Emeth Sisterhood
presents La Travsata" by the
Moami Opera Co Scncav. March
- p-m- at the temple Tickets
are available bv calling Anne
Kau 499-9628. Dorothy Albert
499-5173 or the temple office 498-
3536. Their next meeting will be
held Thursday. March 7. 12 noon
at the temple This meeting will
:* dedicated to the Festival of
MB featuring a Purim ski.
Refreshments wQl be served and
nests are welcome Mrs Anne
Kau. president. will preside.
Temple Emeth Singles will
hold then- next meeting Monday.
March 11. 12 noon at the temple.
The program will feature guest
speaker Eileen Gottlieb,
psychologist, to speak on
Relationship of Parents and
Children at this Time of our
Lives Refreshments will be
The Sabbath eve service at
Temple Sinai. 24" 5 W Atlantic
Ave Deiray Beach rriday.
March 1. 8:15 pm.. i include a
salute to Hadassah. the women's
organization which provides
medical care and hospitals in the
State of Israel. Mrs. Rose
Maukin. past national president
of Hadassah will address the
congregation. Sharing the pulpit
with Rabbi Samuel Silver will be
Rabbi Dr Emmet Frank of
Miami Beach.
The Shalom Deiray Chapter of
Hadassah will host the post-
prayer reception immediately
after the service.
At the service on Saturday.
March 2. at 10 am.. Samuel
Green berg, national commander
of the Jewish War Veterans.
U.S.A.. will be a guest speaker
Local leaders of the JWY will
attend the gathering
The public is cordially invited
to both services
Temple Sinai Sisterhood will
hold a Spring Bazaar at the
Temple. 2475 W Atlantic Ave..
Deiray. Sunday. March 3. '.2
noon There will be crafts,
jewelry, housewares. appliances,
collectibles. raffles. food,
beverages and more. The public
is invited.
Anshe Emuna Sisterhood will
have their next meeting Monday.
March 4 instead of Tuesday.
March 5 Please make a note of
this change for their March
meeting. They will also hold a
laadtoM Paris Part] 9bbm1b/,
March 3. 12 30 pin. at the
synagogue. 16189 Carter Rd..
Deiray Tickets are $6 each.
Pitas* call Helen Lasky 499-0575.
Ann Feid 499-37t; or the office
09-9829 The sisterhood will join
the Men's Gub in sponsoring a
bus trip to Vizcaya. Tuesdav.
March 12 The cost of $13 per
person includes admission and
bus fare. Please call Anita Cope
499-0225 or Frances Sacks 495-
0910 far tickets.
Youth on Voyage
Hundreds of Jewish youths are
"P*cxd to come to Israel this
""?** the same rout* taken
tCL nn?ur*m* 40 years
"* They ill reconstruct the
voymg* of a MoopiUm cilleaaj
immigrants! ship.
Candlebghting: 602 p.m. Shabbat eads: 7:11 p^,
The following from Rabbi Arthur Chi*r$ "Guide
and Haftarot." is presented as a service by the South!
Jeu ish Federation.
The Sidrah tells of procedures that were to be carrkri
connection with the Sanctuary iMishkani. IaraeTsH *'
Worship in the wilderness during their wandering unSl
Promised Land. "*
The Sidrah begins with instruction given to bring am
oil for use in the Menorah inside the Tabernacle TV*'
branched Menorah was kept burning continually in hi*,'?1'
Horv of Holies in which was the Ark with'th. t*?
Holy of Houes in which was the Ark with the Ten r 1
mandments. The Menorah was attended to by the KokaLH
The Sidrah then describes the garments which the KitJ
wore at the Tabernacle services. Eight of these gtnoaa
described: four of these all Kohanim wore. In additicmjjL
four garments, the High Priest wore four more than tbirtj
.All Kohanim wore: linen breeches, a coat, a girdle arwmhJ
coat and a turban for the head. The High Priest worTnJ
dition: a robe of wool, dyed blue and hemmed with aokfeyl
the ephod apron-like garment made of gold-colored *J"!Jr
linen, the breastplate over the ephod which was inlaid 3
twelve stones for the twelve tribes of Israel. The eighth!!,|
which made up the High Priest's ceremonial outfit wu,,
plate worn on the forehead over the turban, on which way
scribed: Holy to the Lord." *J
The Sidrah also describes how the Kohanim were aujtf I
into their priestly assignment in the Sanctuary.
The Haftarah is from the Book of Ezekiei. The Prod
Ezekiel was among the exiles who were capnindhj
Nebuchadnezzar, and taken to Babylonia in 598 B.C.E AiJ
with his fellow Hebrew exiles, Ezekiel settled in a place3
Tel Aviv on the Chebar Canal. It was a very difficult time hi
people, a defeated nation in a foreign land. What hope wuthj
for a return to Israel? Had God rejected Israel for good?Fr
tunateh/. the Prophet Ezekiel is there among them. He id
spued, and has strong faith in his people's future. He ihjwh!
his messages to them that they. too. must renew their full
God. They must believe that He will bring about their reran
In the Haftarah. the Prophet Ezekiel shares with the email
Babylonia a remarkable vision that be has had. Not onhrs|
Ezekiel certain that the people will return to their ownUndbij
that they will be able to rebuild the Temple in Jerusutl
Ezekiel spells out exact details concerning the altar in the reb|
Temple of the future.
Religious Directo]
1401 N \S 4th Ave Boca Raton. Florida 33432. Consenitml
Phone 392-8566. Rabbi Theodore Feldman. Hazzan DoMij
Roberts. Sabbath Services: Friday at 8:15 p.m.. Saturday*!
9:30 am. Family Shabbat Service 2nd Friday of each mol|
.ng Address: 22130 Belmar No. 1101. Boca Raton.Floral
33433 Orthodox services held at Verde Elementary Sckd
Cafeteria. 6590 Verde Trail. Boca. Saturday morning 9.30ul
For information regarding Friday. Sundown services Mmch|
Maanv call Rabbi Mark Dratch. Phone: 368-9047.
16189 Carter Road 1 block south of Linton Blvd.. Dftfl
Beach. Florida 33445 Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Louis L. S
Daily Torah Seminar preceding services at 7:45 a.m. n^3J*l
Sabbath and Festival Services 8:45 a.m. Sabbath Torahclass*|
p.m. Phone 499-9229.
Services at Center for Group Counseling. 22445 Boca Rio Ml
Boca Raton. Florida 33433. Reform. Rabbi Richard AM
babbath Services Fndav at 8 p.m.. Saturday at 10:15l*|
Muling address 950 Glades Road. Suite 1C. Boca Raton.H|
U32. Phone 392-9982
Conservative Services at Carteret Savings and w
Association Office. West Atlantic Ave.. comer CarterMW
Deiray Beach Fridavs. 8 p.m and Oneg Shabbat. ^"Jgu]
a.m. and Kiddush Edward Dorfman. President -J*fJ
Office 14600 Cunitr-land Drive. Deirav Beach. FloriMj
Phone 495-0466.
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue. Boca Raton. Florida 33432. Refcjl
Phone 391-8900. Rabbi Merle E. Singer. ^sslsUinL^
Oregon S Marx. Cantor Martin Rosen. Shabbat Ey^J
at B p.m. Family Shabbat Service at 8 p.m. 2nd 1
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 340015. Boca R*1011-.^^!
Conservative Located in Centurv Village. Boca. 1Wajjj
f a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. and 5:15 9-^TM
am. and 5 p.m. Rabbi Donald David Crain Pnw
5557 Joseph M Pollack. Cantor.
5780 West Atlantic Ave.. Deirav Beach. Florida 33445.Co
yative Phone: 498-3536. Rabbi'Elliot J Winograd NaWJ
Lmkovsky. Cantor. Sabbath Serivces: Friday at F
Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Daily Minyansat 8:45 am andi>PJ"
2475 West Atlantic Ave. (Between Congress Ave-^.j, E*
Roadi. Deiray Beach. Florida 33445. Reform. ***! ofr*
services. Friday at 8:15 pm. Sat.. 10 am. Rabbi Samuei
President Samuel Rothstein. phone 276-6161.

Friday, March 1, 1985 / The Jewish Floridian of South County Page 11
Organization News .
(the past several weeks, we
Matured a "profile article"
different organization (or
. J in every issue. There are
70 clubs, organizations,
and lodges in South
All of them want to see
jinouncements carried in
pages, and all of them
in bitterly when they feel
|ie information they want
zed did not get proper
ent. .
everal occasions we have
these groups your
to send us a profile
or the information with
[we can compile such an
As of this week, we have
Ited the articles received.
Jim mean that those who
: respond do not wish their
[publicized in the Jewish
in, with a circulation of
i South County?
I following are the groups
us the profiles which
I in the paper:
adassah Ben-Gurion
nerican Friends of Tel
IT South County Region
Dnal Council of Jewish
l, Boca-Delray Section
sociation of Parents of
in Israelis
lai B'rith Boca Teeca
li B'rith Ruth Chapter
)rkmen*s Circle No. 1051
lere are the rest of you???
ideis Women Boca Cen-
illage West are taking a
the Bass Museum,
, March 19 to view the
ihed World Jews of
- 1934-39." These are
which were taken
and the exhibit has
id all over the world. The
$20 per person which
bus, lunch and museum,
ovations, please contact
Fink, 482-3480 or
ire Cohen, 482-9704.
deis Women Boca will
rip to the Norton Museum
paintings by Grandma
and to the Society of the
its to see works by Ingres,
, Flandrin, Vincent and
etc., on Friday, March 8
cost of $30 which includes
at Chuck and Harolds
irant. The bus will leave at
m. at the SE corner of
ton Mall. For further
on, please call 392-6360.
fcdeis Women Delray are
Ig a River trip Indian,
lie rivers on Friday, March
ly will go by bus to Stuart.
?t is $30 per person which
^ transportation, boat and
kssah Ben Gurion are
fg a bus trip to Key West
* 11, 12, 13. The cost is
omplete. For reservations
" 499-9955, 499-4874 or
"wan Menachem Begin
Id their Executive Board
on Wednesday. March 6
a.m. in the American
Bank, W. Atlantic Ave.,
B'rith Women Boca
I you to attend their mini
Monday, March 4 at
J m at the Public Library,
Pv Square, Glades Road,
r Turnpike. The program
lature guest Rita Bates,
[ of Barrington Museum,
Subject "Women in Art."
B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge
will meet for breakfast on March
5 at 9:30 a.m. in the activities
room. Guest speaker Nancy
Tobin, director of Hillel in Palm
Beach County, will discuss "Is
There a Future for Our Jewish
Community: A Last Look at Our
The South Palm Beach County
Region of Women's American
ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation Through
Training) is bringing a newly
opened resale shop to this area.
The store is conveniently
located at 5999 N. Federal Hwy.,
Boca Raton, across from Rizzo's
Restaurant. There will be
merchandise of all kinds ranging
from good used clothing,
household items, furniture, bric-
a-brac, jewelry and anything and
everything that is clean and in
good working order.
The shop will offer budget-
minded shoppers excellent values
for men, women and children.
ORT members welcome con-
tributions, which of course are
tax deductible to the contributor.
Women's American ORT is the
largest single contributor to the
world ORT network, consisting
of 800 schools in 20 countries on
five continents. In the U.S. ORT
has established the Bramson
# School in New York City; the
m ORT technical curriculum is used
in the Jewish High School in
North Miami; and in the fall of
1985 ORT will open the Los
Angeles ORT Technical
Institute. By supporting the
resale shop you will be sup-
porting ORT giving life and
dignity to many by teaching a
skill, a trade, a career to
thousands around the world.
U.S. Opposed To Ethiopians
Women's American ORT
Delray Chapter is sponsoring a
bus trip to Vizcaya and Coconut
Grove, Monday, March 4, 9 a.m.
For your reservations, please call
Florence Wallant 498-7794 or
Ann Swilling 498-5958.
Women's American ORT
Palms West will hold their next
meeting, Monday, March 4,
12:30 p.m. at Temple Emeth,
5780 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray.
All interested in learning more
about ORT are welcome. For
further information, call Jeanne
498-1313 or Betty 498-1414. On
Wednesdayk March 6, they are
sponsoring a bus trip to the ORT
High School in Miami. The trip
will feature the high shool, lunch
at Corky's and a visit to
Bloomingdale's. For reser-
vations, please call Mildred 498-
Airline That Brought
Falashas Faces Boycott
Trans European Airways (TEA),
the Belgian charter company that
airlifted about 7,000 Ethiopian
Jews to Israel since last
November, is facing an Arab
boycott and possible blacklisting
by the Arab League.
The airlift, which carried the
refugees from Khartoum, Sudan
to Tel Aviv, with an obligatory
stopover at Brussels, was ter-
minated last month because of
the worldwide publicity
generated by premature
disclosure of the operation in
Israel. Diplomatic sources here
said a boycott of the airline was
recommended at a meeting of the
Council of Arab Ambassadors in
According to the sources, the
Arab League, headquartered in
Tunis, has been asked to study
TEA's contribution to the
transportation of Ethiopian Jews
to Israel, which the Israelis had
code-named "Operation Moses."
Well informed sources here said
TEA's founder and manager,
George Gutelman, a 51-year-old
Belgian Jew, was summoned to
the meeting of Arab
Ambassadors to explain his
company's role. He refused to
The sources said that TEA and
its technical subsidiary,
TEAMCO, could be placed on the
Arab blacklist as are other
Belgian companies doing
business with Israel. The Israelis
selected TEA for the airlift
because of its connections in
Sudan where most of the
Ethiopian Jews were encamped
after escaping from their country.
Previously, TEA did a
flourishing business carrying
Sudanese Moslems on their
annual pilgrimage to Mecca.
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On West Bank?
The State Department has
declined to confirm a press report
that the Reagan administration
has expressed concern to Israel
that Ethiopian Jews are being
settled on the West Bank.
But the Department's deputy
spokesman, Alan Romberg, made
clear last Friday that the U.S.
opposes any type of settlement
activity in Judaea and Samaria.
"The well-known U.S. view is
that any and all settlement
activity on the West Bank is
unhelpful and an obstacle toward
a just and lasting peace between
Israel and its neighbors.
Romberg said.
HE ADDED that the US.
"makes every effort to insure
that the U.S. government funds
are not used for settlement ac-
tivity on the West Bank." The
U.S. has provided this year a $15
million grant to the United Israel
Appeal to be used by the Jewish
Agency in Israel toward the
resettlement and absorption of
refugees, including refugees from
Ethiopia, Romberg said.
Diplomatic sources here said
that Israel had not received any
complaint from the U.S. on the
placing of Ethiopian Jews on the
West Bank and expressed
astonishment that a fuss could be
made over such a small number
of people.
It was noted that the
Ethiopian immigrants are being
placed in five absorption centers,
only one of which, Kiryat Arba, is
on the West Bank, and the center
is only housing 50 to 60 families.
It was also pointed out that
Israel has always maintained
that Jews have a right to live
anywhere in Eretz Israel.
Community Calendar
B'nai B'rith Shomer Lodge meeting, 10 a.m.; B'nai B'rith North
Pines Lodge meeting, 9:30 a.m.; B'nai Torah, Israel Bond
Dinner, 6 p.m.
Women's League for Israel Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Temple
Sinai Kulanu meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Women's American ORT
Pines North Board meeting, 1 p.m.; B'nai Torah Sisterhood
Board meeting, 7:30 p.m.; Brandeis Women Boca Board
meeting, 10 a.m.; Anshei Emuna Sisterhood meeting, 12 noon;
Women's American ORT Palms West meeting, 12:30 p.m.
Women's American ORT Boca, Delray evening meeting, 8 pan.;
Temple Emeth Board meeting, 7 p.m.; Temple Emeth
Brotherhood meeting, 1:30 p.m.; Brandeis Women Century
Village Boca meeting, 10 a.m.; B'nai B'rith Boca Teeca Lodge
meeting, 9:30 a.m.; Temple Beth El Solos Board meeting, 7:30
p.m.; Women's American ORT All Points Board meeting, 12:30
p.m.; Shalom South County, South County Jewish Federation,
5:30 p.m.
Hadassah Shira Board meeting, 10 a.m.; Hadassah Menachem
Begin Board meeting. 9:30 a.m.; Zionist Organization of
America Delray meeting, 1 p.m.; Israel Bond Dinner at Boca
Teeca Lodge, 6 p.m.
Temple Beth El Brotherhood Board meeting, 8 p.m.; Temple
Emeth Sisterhood meeting, 12 noon; Jewish War Veterans 459
Snyder Tokson Post and Auxiliary meeting, 10 a.m.; B'nai
B'rith Naomi Board meeting, 9:30 a.m.; B'nai B'rith Genesis
Board meeting, 10 a.m.
National Council Jewish Women Boca, Delray Branch Board
meeting, 9:30 a.m.
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