The Jewish Floridian

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The Jewish Floridian the voice of the Jewish community of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Running title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Fred K. Shochet
Creation Date:
November 4, 1983
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4 v. : ill. ;


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 41 (Dec. 24, 1982)-v. 11, no. 26 (Aug. 30, 1985).
General Note:
"Combining Our voice and Federation reporter."

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!. Marine Killed In Lebanon Described As A 'Very Proud Jew*
jgt. Allan Soifert,
14 by sniper fire as
his jeep through a
oslem dominated
south Beirut, was
las a "very proud
Idn't hide his Ju-
everyone knew he
was Jewish," said Soifert's
stepfather, Chaim Romer, in a
telephone interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Romer said his stepson was an
active member of the Jewish
community in his hometown
of Nashua, NH, where Soifert
was buried Oct. 18.
The 25 year-old marine is
believed to be the first Jewish
American soldier killed in
Lebanon as part of the U.S.
contingent in the multina-
tional force. Romer stressed
that Soifert viewed his parti-
cipation in the MNF as a
purely military endeavor.
Soifert served as a bomb
disposal expert.
AT FUNERAL services at
the Temple Beth Abraham in
Nashua, Soifert was eulogized
"as a marine who was even
willing to sacrifice his own life
for peace so that others could
live." Rabbi Shlomo Hoch-
berg of the Montifiore Syna-
gogue in Lowell, Mass. who
delivered one of the eulogies,
"Allan is not only a na-
tional hero but a personal
hero. The telephone calls of
sympathy have come not only
from the President, the Gov-
ernor and the marine com-
mander, but from childhood
friends and teachers who
remember Allan."
Soifert was born in Toron-
to, Canada, and became a
naturalized U.S. citizen. He
dropped out of high school in
1977 to join the marines. He
served a six-month tour of
duty in Lebanon last year. He
visited Nashua last July and
said he had volunteered for a
second tour of duty in
ional UJA Chairman To Address Campaign Cabinet
Loup, National
/ish Appeal Cam-
lan, will address
jpaign leadership of
ieration of Palm
jnty on Monday,
[his special meeting
paired by Michael
Burrows, Special Gifts vice
chairman. At this meeting, the
Campaign Cabinet will
evaluate projections of local
and overseas needs and discuss
the implications for local Fed-
eration fundraising in 1984
and beyond.

iany Wants War
inal in Damascus
RK (JTA) -
sfeld, who along
isband Serge, were
for tracking down
e head of Gestapo
Klaus Barbie, said
hat West Germany
' preparing to make
request to Syria for
Ution of an alleged
criminal now living
I. the world famous
Jr. said in an inter-
[West Germany will
^tradition of Alois
[who is alleged to
pj gestapo oper-
I, ,h* Nice region,
flarsfeld went to
,n June, 1982 to
frnal protest with the
pvernment for har-
"unner. He was
expelled from
[RD1NG to
J5> Brunner
L?rr,hc deporta-
*c*s trom Austria,
Salonika and France in 1943-
1944. They claim that Brunner
was personally responsible
with having rounded up 300
children from Jewish centers
in the Paris area on July 20,
1944 and deporting them to
Auschwitz where they were
Mrs. Klarsfeld said that
Brunner decided to seek haven
in Syria because "he knows
the feeling of Syria towards
the Jews, and towards Israel"
and abo knows the way the
Syrian government has treated
its Jewish population in the
The Klarsfelds were in the
United States to receive the
Women's American ORT
Human Rights Award at the
organization's 27th biennial
convention in Los Angeles at
the Westin Bonaventure
Hotel. Serge was called back
to Paris for personal reasons,
and Beate was in New York
attending to responsibilities at
the office here of the Beate
Continued on Page 10
Myron J. Nickman, General
Campaign chairman, noted
that "explosive local popula-
tion growth has created many
problems as well as challenges
for our Jewish Federation and
its beneficiary agencies. Rapid
population growth in our
community must be matched
by dramatic increases in fund-
raising, especially for local
services. Waiting lists for
senior citizens who want to be-
come a part of local service
programs must be a thing of
the past. This is true also for
children who are on waiting
lists for Jewish and after-
school programs.
"We must increase the
budgets of our local agencies
just to meet these fixed needs.
New services must be de-
veloped for single parent
families, the homebound
elderly and others. All local
services must be extended to
reach Boynton Beach. We
must respond to these needs in
order to ensure a manageable
future here. We must also pro-
vide more for needs over-
Loup, of Denver, Colo., is
serving his second term as Na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. He and
Michael Burrows travelled
together to Poland and Israel
Continued on Page 10
Robert E. Loup
Conservative Judaism Unit
Votes For Women As Rabbis
The faculty at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America voted 34 to 8, to
admit women to the rabbinical
studies program and ordain
them as rabbis within Conser-
vative Judaism.
The vote culminated years
of controversy over whether
Conservative Judaism could
accept women as rabbis, and is
certain to set off additional
The seminary is the only
body in the United States
authorized to ordain Con-
servative rabbis, and in the
Hold The Date
The Seventh Annual Mideast Conference
The Community Relation Council's Israel
Task Force of the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County is proud to present
U.S. Congressman Stephen J. Solan
Member of the Committee
on Foreign Affairs
Jacques Torczyner
President, World Union
of General Zionists
Date: Sunday, November 20,1983
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Temple Beth El Freed Sanctuary
2815 North Flagler Drive
West Palm Beach
The speakers will analyze recent events in the
Middle East from Israeli and American per-
past its choices have been
uniformly accepted for
membership in the Rabbinical
Assembly, the major in-
ternational organization for
Conservative rabbis.
Though a majority of Con-
servative rabbis support the
move, there has been con-
siderable opposition from
those who feel that ordination
for women violates Jewish
Years of Indecision
Until the vote the seminary
Continued on Page 4

Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, November 4,1983
The Palm Beach County Jewish community has grown over
the past two decades into one of the fastest growing Jewish
communities in this country. We have been successful in
building a strong and viable Jewish community because of the
many delicated men and women who have built and will con-
tinue to build a strong foundation upon which this community
will thrive. We now introduce to you more of our .
Marva Perrin, Campaign Vice
President. 1982-83 Cam-
paign Vice President; past
Vice President of Women's
Division Leadership Develop-
ment; past member of the
Public Relations and Educa-
tion committees of Federa-
tion; last year chaired
Nominating Committee for
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County; winner of
Young Leadership Award
from Federation; participated
:n Leadership Training,
Gathering and Women's Divi-
sion Campaign Chairmen
Missions to Israel; current
member Budget and Alloca-
tions Committee of Federa-
tion; member of National
Council of Jewish Women,
Hadassah and Temple Beth
El; member of the General
Campaign Cabinet.
Women's Division
1984 Campaign Cabinet
Barbara Bernstein,
Campaign Co-Chair-
man $125-5999
1983-84 Seating
Chairman Jewish
Women's Assembly.
Sheila Engelsteia
President, Wornl
en's Division -
1982-83 Campaign
Associate. Mem-
ber of the General
Campaign Cabi-
Shirlee Blonder, Campaign
Associate for New Gifts
1982-83 Chairman, $1000-
$4999 Event; formerly of
Cleveland, Ohio, where she
was actively involved in the
Cleveland Jewish Federation;
Chairman of the Soviet Jewry
Task Force of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach
County: member of the
General Campaign Cabine;.
Ruthe Eppler,
Immediate Past
Campaign Chair-
man 1981-82
1982-83 Campaign
w or k e r.
Mildred Hecht, Co-
Chairman $5000
Lion of Judah
Past UJA Campaign
Cabinet Chairman.
Detra Kay, Cam-
paign Chairman
$1000-$4999 1982-
83 Co-chairman
Worker Trainmc.
Dr. Elizabeth S. Freilich.
Campaign Associate for Busi-
ness and Professional
Women's Group 1982-83
Chairman Upgrade Com-
mittee; attended Cameo B and
P Mission to Israel last year;
member of Women's Division
Campaign Cabinet for several
years and a past vice president
for Leadership Development;
member Board of Directors of
Federation currently serving as
secretary; past chairman of
Jewish Education Committee
of Federation and co-
chairman Federation Leader-
ship Development Program.
Manlyii LamJerT
WD Super Sundiy
Chairman and
Chairman Nominat-
ing Committee -
1982-83 SIOOO work-
er. Nominating
Gommittcc Chair-
man, Federation
Super Sunday'Co-

Stacey Levy, Cam-
paign Chairman
$125-$999 1982-83
Super Sunday Campaign Worker, r ** yn Mil 1
Chairman Women's H $ Division Annual

Cynnie List, Parlia-
mentarian, Liaison
to National UJA
Palm Beach Wom-
en's Campaign
1982-83 President of
Women's Division.
Carole Greenbaum, Campaign
Associate for Highrise
1982-83 Co-Chairman, $1000-
S4999 Event; past President
and Campaign Chairman of
Women's Division, Akron,
Ohio; member of the board of
the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, Akron
City Hospital; member of
Temple Israel, National
Council of Jewish Women,
and Hadassah; member of the
General Campaign Cabinet.
Carole Klein, Campaign Asso-
ciate for over $125-$999 Cate-
gory 1982-83 Campaign
Associate; past Co-Chairman
$500-$999 Category; Training
Vice Chairman for Super Sun-
day 1982-83; past President of
ORT and Vice President of
JCC Women's League; partic-
ipated in Young Leadership
Mission to Israel; member of
the General Campaign Cabi
Berenice Rogers,
Campaign Chairman
$5000 Lion of Judah
1982-83 Founding
Chairman Lion of
Judah event.
Ruth Wilensky,
Campaign Chairman
Lands of the Presi-
dents 1982-83
Founding chairman
of Lands of Presi-
dents Campaign for
Barbara Tinen,
Campaign Chairman
83 Jewish Federation
Executive Commil-
tcc, Chairman of
Federation Board
Geraldine Freedman, Of***}
Land of the Presldeati JJ
Campaign Worker Lands oi
Presidents Committee.
Th. Octobar 28 adltlon of Oggg
Buiidara. 1964 Campaign C-"
Alan L Shulman erroneously p0
ot tht Board of First National Ba*
ly M m,n7
'""',' KradaM
Beach. Ha la a member o m j|
Committee of the First National "
Palm Baach.
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Friday, November 4, 1983 /The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
JWA Spotlight On Youth and Elderly
Cultivating: Cult Evading
Assistant News Coordinator
Rabbinic associations, Jew-
ish organizations, Jewish
educational institutions and
I other groups have all been
I highly concerned about the
inroads that cults and Hebrew
Christian missionaries are
making into the Jewish
community. Ann Lynn
Lipton, Jewish Education
director of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
quotes statistics to back up the
New York Bureau of Jewish
Education's TV slogan, "If
you're Jewish, chances are
that your grandchild won't
I be!" "It is so alarming to
me," stated Lipton, "that 50
percent of Jews, intermarry, 58
percent are unaffiliated with a
synagogue, there is a high
divorce rate, and 40 percent of
all Jewish children are not
Exploring the Issue of housing this community's Jewish elderly
lit [left to right] Dr. Donald Bradley, executive assistant for
1UD in the Florida region; Sidney Spector, Managing Partner
of Senior Housing Associate* la Cleveland, Ohio; Helen
laabea, chair of the Council on the Aged; and Martha Cohen,
formation and referral specialist of the Greater Miami Jewish
Conference On Aged
Highlights Housing
The Council on Aged of the
'ewish Federation of Palm
leach County held its second
pish Community Confer-
pec on the Aged recently at
piplc Israel. The all-day
inference brought together a
toss-section of the Jewish
pinmunity to discuss
[Housing Our Elderly: Op-
Ions for the '80's."
[Guest speakers and
brkshop leaders sought to
lleniih the housing needs of
n>v community's elderly
PPulation, in particular, the
W frail elderly. The parti-
panis examined the various
K>ns available to this com-
unily in responding to the
ads oi the elderly.
Jnc two concurrent work-
"ps were led by Alec Engel-
stein, chairman of the Com-
munity Planning Committee
and Detra Kay, first chair-
person of the Council on
Aged. Engelstein's section on
large scale facilities and
programs concluded that there
was a need for congregate
housing to serve a number of
social service components.
The housing should be
designed for those people who
do not require institutional
care but who can no longer
remain in their homes.
In addition, it was brought
out that there is a need to
include (he private sector and
philanthropic interests in
addition to government
subsidies. This was under-
scored by guest speaker, Dr.
Continued on Page 7
given a Jewish edication. We
better pay attention to cults."
The Women's Division of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County is paying atten-
tion to cults and is offering a
workshop on cults at the
Jewish Women's Assembly,
Nov. 9, 8:45 a.m.-2:15 p.m.,
at the Hyatt Palm Beaches.
Dr. Sandy Andron, Youth
Program director of the
central Agency for Jewish
Education in Miami and one
of the country's foremost
experts on cults, will address
the women on this vital
According to Rabbi Alan
Sherman, Community
Relations director of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, there have
been reports of Hebrew Chris-
tian missionary activity in
Century Village as well as
among the youth of this
community. The Central
Conference of American
Rabbis, Committee on Cultic
Proselytization, declares that
these groups may be more
difficult to deal with than
cults. They go on to report
that they do not use "mind
devices" like the cults, but
believe themselves to be
logically correct and theologi-
cally valid. Their ministers
may be men of principle and
may not abuse their followers.
This makes these types of
groups hard to accuse. While
we must argue with their
theology, states the com-
mittee, it is mainly their
recruiting techniques, their
missionary zeal and devices,
which we find objectionable.
Some of these groups utilize
any means to befriend a Jew,
never telling them beforehand
who they are or what they
stand for!
Hebrew Christian Mis-
sionaries may include B'nai
Jeshua, American Mission-
aries to the Jews, American
Messianic Mission, Beth Say
Shalom and others. Being
aware and knowledgeable is
the first step to combating this
proselytizing effort. "We have
recognized the importance of
informing the Jewish women
of this community about the
dangers of cults, not only to
our youth, but to our senior
citizens as well. For that
purpose, we are pleased to
have Dr. Sandy Andron share
his expertise with us," stated
Marjorie Berg and Sheryl
Davidoff, chairmen of the
Jewish Women's Assembly.
For more information,
contact Lynne Ehrlich,
Women's Division director, at
the Federation office.
Join us for on
out-of-this world evening
CLUB 2001
"Nightclub of the Future"
Soturdou evening, November 12
post eight
Rouce Hotel
sponsored by the
voung fldult Division
Jewish federation of Palm Beoch County
** *X'*,on of funds
,p Jewish Federation ol Palm Beach County 8J2 2120
Project Renewals
Our Partnership
in Israels Future
Rabbi Howard Hirsch, National Vice Chairman of the
Rabbinic Cabinet for UJA, vice chairman for Project
Renewal, converses with Marilyn Grant, Project Renewal
Coordinator in Hod Hasharon, about the problems and
progress made in the neighborhoods of Giora and Gil
Rabbi Howard Hirsch:
Equal Partnership Fundamental
To Success Of Project Renewal
Assbtant Newt Coordinator
"My priority is clear to educate and make aware." So
said Rabbi Howard Hirsch of Temple Beth El who, as
National Vice Chairman of the Rabbinic Cabinet for UJA,
is responsible for educating lay people and the rabbinate
about Project Renewal. This partnership with the people
of Israel twins distressed neighborhoods in that country
with communities in the diaspora in an effort to upgrade
the quality of life in over 80 lower socio-economic, mostly
Sephardic, neighborhoods.
Rabbi Hirsch enumerates his new duties with enthu-
siasm. "We must educate and motivate the rabbinate to
include Project Renewal among its priorities, particularly
this year. I am personally involved in developing a major
Project Renewal program which ties in with education.
The packet will be geared to rabbis to help with sermons
for UJA Shabbat.
"I plan to develop a Project Renewal program aimed at
religious school students embodying the principles of
tzeddakah and UJA but putting the emphasis on the fact
that Project Renewal is people to people no intermedia-
ries. We'll also launch a mini Fly-In program similar to
UJA to solicit rabbinic gifts for Project Renewal. I'll be
urging the rabbis to undertake some identifiable project in
Israel in the area of education or social welfare," stated
Rabbi Hirsch.
Rabbi Hirsch has traveled to Hod Hasharon, the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach County's twinned neighbor-
hood in Israel, four times and believes that the residents
are desperately in need of what Project Renewal is doing.
"The Day Care Center is understaffed and under main-
tained. Giora and Gil Amal, Sephardic neighborhoods of
Hod Hasharon, got left behind when Hod Hasharon be-
came a bedroom community of Tel Aviv. This plays up the
devastating picture."
Shutafut, the Hebrew word for partnership, was heard
over and over from the residents, according to Rabbi
Hirsch. "I talked to the residents constantly. They said
that now somebody cares about us. This is extremely im-
portant and significant. I heard it over and over again,"
stated Rabbi Hirsch.
He believes that Project Renewal will succeed where the
Continued on Page 4
Visual Aspects Of Judaism
Featured In Workshop
This past summer at a con-
vention of the Coalition for
Alternatives in Jewish
Education (CAJE), in San
Antonio, Tex., Ruth Levow,
chairman of the Jewish
Educators Council of Palm
Beach County, observed an
artist educator's ability to
motivate teachers to use
varying techniques in the
visual arts in the classroom.
As a result of this experience,
Simon Kips, artist and Jewish
educator, has been invited to
conduct the Fall In-Servke
Teacher Workshop to be held
On Sunday, Nov. 13, 9:30
a.m.-3:30 p.m., at Temple
Beth El.
Following last year's
workshop on Audio-Visual
Methods and Materials, this
year's first in-service teacher
training session will continue
the emphasis on multi-faceted

Pa&e 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, November 4,1983
Conservative Judaism Unit Votes For Women As Rabbis
Continued from Page 1
had been unable to come to a
decision on the matter. In 1979
the faculty put off a vote that
would have admitted women
to rabbinical studies. A year
later the Rabbinical Assembly
voted, 156 to 115, for or-
dination for women. But last
summer, the first woman to
apply for admission to the
assembly was denied member-
ship because she fell four votes
short of the two-thirds
majority needed for member-
That meeting was marked
by heated debate over whether
Jewish law permitted or-
dination for women and over
how the decision to accept
women as rabbis would affect
relations with Orthodox
The vote is likely to heighten
tensions between the Con-
servative and Orthodox wings
of American Judaism. Ortho-
dox Judaism staunchly op-
poses ordination for women,
saying it violates Jewish
religious law, and has been
increasingly critical of a
number of recent decisions
taken bv both the Conser-
vative and Reform branches of
Reform Judaism has or-
dained women for the last II
years, and there are now about
60 women who are rabbis in
the United States, either in the
Reform or Reconstructionist
movement. Canada and
Australia may be the only
other countries in the world
where women have been
ordained as rabbis, according
to Rabbi Balfour Brickner of
the Stephen Wise Free
Synagogue in Manhattan.
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen,
chancellor of the seminary' and
president of its faculty,
characterized the one-and-
one-half hour closed meeting
as "full of debate" but
without rancor.
"We have been able to
overcome inhibitions of
centuries and achieved a major
step in the equalization of
women in Jewish religious
life," Dr. Cohen said in a
telephone interview.
The seminary is the highest
academic authority for the
worldwide Conservative
movement, which has rabbis
and congregations in North
and South America, Israel.
Japan and several countries in
Europe. As yet. no women
have been ordained as rabbis
by the Conservative movement
anywhere in the world.
In a statement issued b\
Rabbi Arnold M. Goodman,
president of the Rabbinical
Assembly, he said the faculty
decision was "consistent with
the position of the vast
majority of the members of
the Rabbinical Assembly who
are on record as favoring the
ordination of women."
A group within Conserva-
tive Judaism that opposed the
action said after the vote that
the decision "defies all norms
of Jewish jurisprudence." The
group, the Union for Tradi-
tional Conservative Judaism,
issued a statement that
challenged the way the
matter was put to "popular
vote of the seminary's entire
teaching staff few of whom
would claim expertise in
Halakha, a third of whom are
not rabbis, some of whom are
not even religiously ob-
servant." Halakha is Jewish
religious law that is based on
an oral interpretation of the
The dissenting organization
said it would convene its own
panel of scholars to pass
judgment on Jewish legal
matters, and establish a
journal that would serve as
"an organ of Halakhic
opinion within the Conser-
vative movement."
"I'm sure there will be a
.'onsiderable outcrv from
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iaid Mr. Cohen. But he said he
did not believe the decision
would cause a split in the
Rabbi Wolfe Kelman,
executive director of the
assembly, said he believed the
conservative movement was
broad enough to include a
variety of opinions, including
those who felt that women
ought not to be ordained.
Nonetheless, some actions by
the opponents to ordination
for women, such as setting up
a separate panel to rule on
questions of Jewish law, might
indicate the beginnings of a
split in the movement.
173 Women at Seminary
There are 173 women
among the nearly 500 students
at the Jewish Theological
Seminary at 3080 Broadway in
Manhattan, but until now they
have not been enrolled in the
rabbinical studipc
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received calls from
servative Jews all Lt
country who say they 41
see women ordained.''
Some congregations ,
I.hated with both the r! and Reform j
ments have hired women,
rabbis, and last August Si
Beverly Magidson.fhe',:
the Rabbinical Assembly,
hired as the rabbi of'|
Shalom, a Conservati,
synagogue in Clifton Pa
Project Renewal
Continued from Page 3
"Great Society" failed. "We are building ties to people,!
not only buildings. The strong point of Project Renewalis|
the direct communal involvement between an Israeli com-
munity and one in the Diaspora. The leadership of Hod I
Hasharon sees how we think and we see how they operate
and then there is a consensus. They sec the ongoing con'
linuing relationship as of primary imponance to the |
success of Project Renewal."
Once people are motivated to help themselves, Rabbi I
Hirsch said, they begin to see a quality of life not available
io them before. He illustrated this by citing the exampleof |
an uneducated Jew from Iraq whom he had met.
She had raised eight children and had lived in a transit!
camp most of the years since 1948. She said "Now ray
children have a new lease on life. They ire getting an j
education and will have an opportunity I had none."
Rabbi Hirsch added that she attributes this to people par-
ticipating in Renewal.
While in Israel this summer as a member of the Jewish j
Federation of Palm Beach County's Project Renewal I
Committee, Rabbi Hirsch visited six other Renewal com-
munities. He found them to be very, very traditional. "I
never had to worry about Kashruth. The majority of the |
people are religious as it is an important thing io them."
During this visit he and other leaders from twinned Re-
newal communities spent an evening in Jerusalem parti-1
cipating in what Rabbi Hirsch termed a "spiritual expe-1
riencc." Renewal neighborhoods sent their best repre-
sentatives of what Project Renewal had done for them.
"Gershwin was played by a brass band from Afula,there
were fantastic dance troups and exceptional singing groups
every age group was represented.
"The residents of Rosh Ha'Ayin, all Yeminites. sent a
pieioral display showing the Exodus from Yemen and their
progress in the State of Israel. It was beautiful
incredible evening. All these things didn't exist b
Project Renewal," explained Rabbi Hirsch.
Rabbi Hirsch, as well as the residents of Renewal neigh-1
borhoods, do not see this program as a one-way street.
"The residents of the neighborhoods have something very
important to give us also a terrific sense of achievement
and pride. They give Jews stature by keeping Jewishness
aliv e and v ibrant while building the land.
"They want no patronage but want to be lr"ledj"
equals. The old image of the ugly American is largel> go"
in Renewal neighborhoods," stated the spiritual leadero
Temple Beth El.
Rabbi Hirsch said that when he was given the Pjj1
Renewal portfolio, he realized it was a worthwhile pro "But now that I have gotten into it, I really consider
most important thing Jews have done for Jews si
creation of the State of Israel."
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Because Someone Cared
Friday, November 4,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 5
A personal view from
the Executive Director of
the Jewish Family and
Children's Service
(All case names mentioned
these articles are fictitious;
tient information at Jewish
amily and Children's Service
held in the strictest of
In an earlier column, I
juoted Dr. John Howells, an
llustrious pioneer in the field
f family psychiatry, regard-
,ig the qualities required for
leing an effective counselor.
There are a number of other
Dualities which Dr. Howells
kdds to the list, which when
looked at as a complete whole
tomprise thirteen personality
Vid behavioral qualities
nherent and necessary for be-
ng an effective counselor.
)ne role, that of "chairman
ind convenor" intrigued me;
['The therapist has the task
Lot only of convening the
reeling, but also in general
erms of directing its efforts.
After all, the family has come
lor therapy, not for a pleasant
ifternoon's discussion of con-
emporary social events.
Thus, his presence or his
tords must continually
nind the family group of the
ask on hand. He must be
ensitive to the topics that the
amily needs to discuss and,
hcrmore, can discuss at
hat moment. Sometimes, the
nily has not yet the capacity
lo tolerate a topic. He must
live everyone in the family the
Fight to speak and to do so in
kecurity," notes Dr. Howells.
Stephen Levitt
For those who have never
experienced family therapy the
reality of firm, effective
leadership in the family
counseling session may be an
unfamiliar concept.
Undoubtedly, many family
therapies perhaps have failed
due to the meandering and
lack of direction on the part of
the counselor guiding the
particular family.
Another interesting quality
of a counselor which intrigued
me in Dr. Howells' writings,
was the role of the counselor
as a "community representa-
tive." In part Dr. Howells
states, "The healthy therapist
brings with him the values and
the opinions of the commun-
ity; a man of the world, he sees
life as it is and accepts the best
of it. The family may not con-
form to the attitudes and prin-
ciples in a community outside,
but can acquire these from the
therapist. Explanation may
sometimes be called for.
Plea For Soviet
Prisoners Of Conscience
[he Jewish Floridian:
Our children today have
leu few heroes not created by
|aipi writers. The outstanding
fcwragc of Soviet Prisoners of
loihckike are an example to
of us. By advancing the
iim: ill human rights in the
facc "' e\il, ihey represent
lines soicK needed today.
"ui nation's foundation
p built on freedom to pro-
per and practice one's own
pith. Hie soul of our demo-
piiiic society is our commit-
ment lo freedom and basic
puman rights.
Despite rights enumerated
P lite Soviet Constitution, and
'act that the Soviet Union
a signatory to such interna-
tional agreements as the
Helsinki Accords, the Univ-
ersal Declaration of Human
Rights and the International
Covenant on Civil and Poli-
tical Rights, Soviet Jews are
denied these rights.
Each of us is morally
diminished if, when given an
opportunity to help, we fail to
Concerned action is im-
portant. Join our local Soviet
Jewry Task Force and help
free the Prisoners of Con-
science in the Soviet Union.
Each of us CAN make a dif-
ference. There is no such thing
as a solitary Jew. We are one.
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The therapist inculcates an
attitude by example rather
than by direct teaching. It
behooves the therapist to have
adequate community values of
his own and be secure enough
to recognize and discard out-
dated values." This, it seems
to me, describes the know-
ledgeable Jewish family
counselor, working under the
aegis of a Jewish Family
Having worked with the
contemporary and active Jew-
ish community such as our
Palm Beach Jewish commun-
ity, one can come to expect
and assume that indirectly the
counselor can help families in
distress arrive at a healthy,
well-balanced perception of
their own status as a family,
and in particular as a Jewish
family living in our com-
It is terribly difficult to con-
vey a sense of what the average
and secure Jewish family looks
like to an insecure and
troubled family unless the
counselor works constantly
with Jewish families. It seems
to me, that this is one of the
great strengths which a Jewish
Family Agency brings to its
community and area of ser-
vice, through its counselors.
Although there are un-
doubtedly many charac-
teristics and qualities which a
counselor performs and con-
veys to his clients, the role of
the community representative
is perhaps by and far one of
the more important ones.
(The Jewish Family and
Children's Service is a non-
profit agency designed to meet
the social, emotional and
counseling needs of the Jewish
community of Palm Beach
County. Our office is located
at 2250 Palm Beach Lakes
Blvd., Suite 104. Our tele-
phone number is 684-1991.
The Jewish Family and
Children's Service is a bene-
ficiary agency of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
JCC News
Dr. Tommy Davidoff, Chairperson, invites the com-
munity to the Jewish Community Center's Gala Art
Auction to be held Saturday, Nov. 19 at Temple Israel.
1901 S.Flagler Drive.
This festive occasion will start with a Champagne
Preview at 7 p.m. The auction will start at 8 p.m.
Artists such as Agam, Amen, Liberman, Neiman,
Chagall, Hibel, plus a special showing of Salvador Dali's
works, including his Gold Sculptures of the Western Wall,
will be on hand.
There is no admission fee. Please call 698-7700 for any
additional information.

Maxwell House' Coffee
Is A Wtrm Welcome.
"Breaking bread" as a symbol of
peace, friendship, warmth and hos-
pitality is a tradition that is as old as
the Bible itself.
Although far from being as old as
the Bible. Maxwell House* Coffee
has been part of that tradition for
over a half a century. The reason is
simple: the full-pleasant aroma and
great tasting,
satisfying flavor of
Maxwell House
blends right in with the good food
and hospitality that is part of
inviting people into your home.
So, no matter what your preference
instant or groundwhen you pour
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tality. At its warmest... consistently
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Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, November 4,1983
Organizations in the News
B'nai B'rith Women, Chai
Chapter, will be volunteering
their services for the "Specail
Olympics," Nov. 5, Anyone
interested in working with us
please contact Judie Neier.
Chai Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a member-
ship coffee at the home of
Gloria Jacobson, 4599 Juniper
Lane, Palm Beach Gardens,
Tuesday evening Nov. 8, 8
p.m. For further information,
call Gerry Mendelssohn or
Marcia Reiff.
A regular meeting of
Masada Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will be held on
Nov. 8 at 7:45 p.m. at the
American Savings Bank at the
west gate of Century Village.
In as much as November is
Jewish Book Month, our pro-
gram will be a book review on
"This Year in Jerusalem" by
Joel Gross.
We shall also have on dis-
play a table of books of Jewish
interest which you may
examine and enjoy.
Refreshments will be served.
Please come and bring a
Gala Epcot Trip on Nov.
10-12. Three beautiful planned
days and evenings. There will
be prizes and surprises.
On Dec. 11,Sunday Din-
ner and Theater Party. Dinner
will be at 5 p.m. at the Holiday
Inn on Clematis St, The play is
"Gigi" at the Stage Theater
B'nai B'rith Women, Men-
orah Chapter No. 1496
coming events:
Dec. 14 Bun Reynolds
Dinner Theatre for "Bye, Bye,
Birdie," dinner and bus.
Dec. 25, Sunday, Christmas
Das Royal Palm Dinner
Theatre for dinner and show
Dec. 30-31-Jan. 1 New
Year's Weekend, two dinner
shows, breakfast Country
Dinner Playhouse for our New
Year's Eve celebration, Busch
Gardens, Circus Show, Chalet
Our Games Bus goes every
Thursday for a night of fun.
For information contact Ruth.
Chai Group of the Lake
Worth Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a Paid-up Member-
ship Luncheon on Thursday,
Nov. 17 at 12 noon in the
Poinciana Room at the Chal-
lenger Country Club. The
luncheon will be catered by the
owners of the restaurant
"Peaches and Cherries." So
pay your dues in advance and
come to enjoy a tasty lunch, be
entertained by a comic fashion
show produced and directed
by Annette DuBey and win a
valuable door prize.
Lake Worth Chapter of
Hadassah will hold their An
nual Education Day on Thur
da>. Nov. 10, from 10 a.m. o
3 p.m. in Temple Boh
Sholom, Lake Worth.
Rabbi Eisenberg wil' gi\e
the invocation and Alice
I reed man, Chapter Education
coordinator, is the chairman
ni i he Da)
I \nr; K Schwartz, a certi-
fied psycho-therapist will ad-
dress the assembly on the sub-
ject of "Cults." Her informa-
tion is her own experience as a
member of the Divine Rights
Mission as well as her research
on the topic. She received her
Bachelor's Degree at NYU,
and her Masters at Adelphi.
Ann Lynn Lipton, educa-
tion chairman of Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County
chose as her topic, "Jews in
Colonial Times." In the after-
noon, the Keynote Speaker
will be Debbie Kaplan of Has -
onne, N.J., who is the Nation-
al Education coordinator of
Hadassah. Her topic will be
"Middle East Affairs." Kap-
lan chaired the 1981 Conven-
tion in New York City and the
1982 Convention held in Isra-
el. She has held the following
chairs: Special Events Chair-
man for the Jewish Education
Department; Yourth Activities
Fundraising; National
Founders and Special Gifts;
Fundraising for Hadassah Is-
rael Education Services;
Fashion Show Co-ordinator;
AID Grant Implementation.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Rivka Mandelbaum,
first violinist with the Buffalo
Philharmonic who will per-
form with a Trio.
Admission is free. Please
bring a dairy sandwich, bever-
age and cookies will be served.
All your husbands, friends
and neighbors are invited and
urged to attend.
Tikvah Hadassah coming
Dec. 4 Flea Market at
Millers Supermarket Grounds.
Sav c all your "hard" goods.
Dec. 30, 31-Jan. 1 New
Year's Trip. For reservations
call Regina.
The West Boyntou Chapter
of Hadassah will be honoring
all Life Members and all paid-
up members at a Luncheon
meeting on Monday, Nov. 7 at
12:30 p.m., at the Royal Palm
Clubhouse in Boynton Beach.
Helen Smith, area adviser, will
present awards and a Musical
Program is planned. Dues may-
be paid at the door, however,
reservations would be appreci-
YovrI Hadassah, West Palm
Beach Chapter coming events:
Nov. 10 Board Meeting
American Savings Bank
Nov. 17 General Mem-
bership Meeting Congrega-
tion Anshei Sholem. Boutique
Shopping at 12 noon. Meeting
starts at I p.m.
Dec. 7-9 EPCOT
Three Fun-Filled Days. Visit
and enjoy this magnificent as-
semblage of exciting and in-
teresting exhibits. At a cost
of S181 per person, included in
this package will be 3 break-
lasi-*, two Dinner Shows
('Camclot' and 'Annie') and
Dinner at The World Renown-
ed Chalet Su/anne, and
Transportation and Gratuities
and much, much more. For
reservations. Jeanne I ohm.
Sussex K or Essie Goldbcru
Berkshire H.
Deborah Hospital Founda-
tion, Palm Beach County
coming events:
Dec. 4-7 Lido Spa
Sunday-Wednesday, Mes-
sages, Meals to satisfy your
health. Call Anne 686-1021 or
Jean 686-3549.
Dec. 31-Jan. 1-2 New
Year's Week-End at
Epcot, Western Hold; Bus;
Meals, Tickets to Epcot; Bag-
gate Handling; tips; splash
New Year's Eve Party at Cafe
Society Shakespeare Tavern;
Entertainment. Call Shirley
Refreshments will be served.
National Council of Jewish
Women, Okeechobee Section,
will hold their next general
membership meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 17, 12:30
p.m. ai I he American Savings
Bank (Westgaie). Coming
Nov. 3-6 Beau Rivage
Spa in Bal Harbour. For in-
formaiion call Etta Has-
lings 1-145; or Maxine Can-
terbury A-4.
Nov. 30 'Sheer Mad-
ness" Marco Polo Hold,
Miami Beach, Wednesday
matinee. Dinner following.
For information call Shirley
Windsor Q-393 (after I p.m.);
or Maxine Canterbury A-4.
On Dec. 12, we are having a
Luncheon and Fashion Show
ai Pier 66, celebrating our 55th
Anniversary. We have excep-
tionally valued prizes which
will be awarded. Our guests
speaker for the afternoon will
be the Israeli Consul.
Women's American ORT,
West Palm Chapter coming
Nov. 5 Luncheon-The-
atre Party Saturday, Nov. 5
at 12 noon at Royal Palm Din-
ner Theatre Show "Pal
Joey." Only few reservations
left Call Betty Gunthcr;
Nov. 8 West Palm Chapter
Meeting at 12:30 at Anshei
Sholom Temple, Guest
Fran Hathaway, Columnist of
The Palm Beach Post will
present a stimulative and in-
formative session.
Nov. 11 Flea Market
(Rummage). Please get to-
gether saleable items, especial-
ly kitchen ware, etc. Call
Libby Blum if you have heavy
pickups; Nov. 24 throagh 27
" Thanksgiving Weekend
to Cape Canaveral Cruise
on Sandinavian Line to
Holiday Inn Lido
Beach. Dinners and
Shows, exciting places .
Call A. Shelton or Sandra
South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees will be
meeting, Sunday, Nov. 6 at 1
p.m. at the Weight Watchers
Auditorium in the Gun Club
Shopping Center on Military
Trail between Summit and
Southern Blvd.. West Palm
meeting. l0 the
This meeting will fea|
First Nomination of or lht
for the calendar yearsfe
swer any questions that 1
may have on the trip. m
For information on it*
Chapter and Membership
please contact: Sid Levin.'
President, 2557 Emory Drive
West- Villa'C, We, p2!
Beach. Fla.33406. ,
Chanukah Preparations
Begin For Nursing Centers
The exceptionally high
humidity in Palm Beach hasn't
dampened the enthusiastic
preparations for the Chanukah
holiday which starts as
November bows out. With the
lighting of the first candle on
Nov. 30, members of the
Federation Chaplain Aide
Program and other religious
and secular organizations will
participate in bringing aspects
of the Holiday to Jewish
persons who are hospital
patients or reside in nursing
homes and other facilities.
Concentrating primarily on
geriatric centers and
retirement residences, the
Chaplain Aides in conjunction
with the Hornsiein Jewish
Community Day School, will
spcarucud Chanukah pro-
grams in more than 20 insti-
tutions. Lighting of the can-
dles, song and dance programs
relating lo Chanukah and
special ford, for the occasion
will be fcaluicd. Adminis-
trators and activity directors at
ihc centers are cooperating
enthusiastically in the plan-
ning of panics appropriate to
the Holiilav.
Persons and organizationsde-i
siring to share the joy of cd-
ebratine Chanukah with the
elderly at nursing facility
may call Rabbi Alan ?]
Sherman, Chaplain, at Je*J
Federation office, 832-2120
The first seminar-workshop
meeting of Federation
Chaplain Aide Program will
be held at Federal ion offices
Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 2 p.m.
Lois Irady Gackenheimer,
RN. director of nurses for the)
McdiCross Nursing Services,
Inc., will be the featured
speaker. Gackenheimer is an
authority on geriatric nursing.
Her writings on nursing for
ihc elderly, published in
leading gcroniological
journals include "Living
Arrangements Thai Promoie
High Quality Insiluiional
I ong Term Care," "Ai I
Effective Behavior Modifi-
cation Milieu Therapy
Program for the Aged,"
''Clinical Managemenl
Confused Elderly."
O Radio/TV Highlights >
MOSAIC Sunday. Nov. 6, 9 a.m. WPTV
Channel 5 with host Phyllis Shever Girard.
L'CHAYIM Sunday, Nov. 6.10:30 a.m. WPBR
1340-AM with host Rabbi Mark S. Golub The Jewish
Listener's Digest, a radio magazine.
Nov. 6, 10 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
Simon Silverman.
SHALOM Sunday, Nov. 6, 10 a.m. WPEC
Channel 12 (8:30 a.m. ON TV Channel 51) with host
Richard Peritz.
Sunday, Nov. 6, 5 p.m. WHRS-TV Channel 42 The
Director of the CRC of the Jewish Federation. Rabbi Alan
Sherman, will interview several guests about the im-
migration problems in South Florida.
THE CHEMICAL PEOPLE Wednesday, November
9. 8 p.m. Second of a two-part series designed to bring
concerned parents and citizens together and offer them
guidelines for helping young people fight substance abuse
Hosted by Nancy Reagan.
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Conference On Aged
Highlights Housing
Friday, November 4,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 7
aid Bradley, executive
Cnt for HUD in the
La region, who stated
{ little money will be
tlable in the near future for
lion 202, low interest cons-
ign loans, or for Section
lental assistance program.
the workshop led by
Ira Kay, small scale
Ilities and programs, the
isinu needs of this com-
L/s elderly were found to
too great to be met. by any
scale program such as
j housing or group
toes. Participants in the
[kshop also concluded that
(effort must be made to
L supportive and health
| services to people in their
i homes.
kidney Spector, the keynote
laker and a renowned expert
The field of housing for the
from Page 3
elderly, felt the conference was
one of the best he ever par-
ticipated in.
"The thing that astounded
me the most is that in Cleve-
land, where I live, the Jewish
population of the people over
65 is 14.3 per cent, whereas in
Palm Beach County, 60
percent are over 65. It boggles
the mind," concluded
Spector. According to
Spector, good ideas were
expressed by people who knew
what they were taling about.
"I am convinced that
something concrete will come
out of the conference. The
discussions gave indications
that there is a good chance of
developing a facility for
congregate housing for the
elderly. 1 believe that the
community should go in this
The workshop on large scale
facilities and programs was led
by Alec Engelstein, chairman
of the Community Planning
Committee of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
Moderating the workshop on
small scale facilities and pro-
grams was Detra Kay, the
Council on the Aged's first
Helen Hauben, chair of the
Council on Aged of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County, welcomed parti-
cipants in the second Jewish
Community Conference on
the Aged held recently at Tem-
ple Israel.
| The Jewish Homemaker's Guide to Delicious Italian Cooking
| Makes the Most of Chef Boy-ar-dee Cheese Ravioli
Mi cup chopped or whole small
^ cup chopped carrots
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
Vi package (10 oz.) frozen whole
green beans, cooked and drained
1 can (15 Oz.) Chef Boy-ar-dee
Cheese Ravioli in Tomato Sauce
dash garlic salt
1 tablespoon chopped fresh
Vi cup water
fisual Aspects Of Judaism
Featured In Workshop

1. Saute onions and carrots in butter in medium-sized
2. Add remaining ingredients; cover and simmer for
15 minutes. Serves 4.
Continued from Page 3
hods to aid teacher ef-.
Ivcncss, according to Ann
|n Lipton, Jewish
Ication Director of the
federation of Palm
County. "We en-
gage our icachers to use as
\\ mcihods as possible to
lulaic and educate our
uslcrs and "Utilizing the
* in ihc Jewish Classroom:
ralI Aspects of Judaism"
i Simon Kops will provide
feood continuation of
ling ihc classroom ex-
pnee an exciting one,"
Lipton. Participants
only lake home ideas,
Pencils, patterns, finished
pis, etc. will add to their
moty of materials for the
jmon Kops received his ed-
I'onai the An Institute of
No, the Illinois Institute
I Technology where he
lived a BA degree, the
K'sny of Wisconsin which
lied him a MS degree, and
pi oiher institutions. He
Inhibited his an at many
Pms and an centers and
had several one man shows
[' York and Milwaukee,
h *h[ he presently
F; He has taught art in
[Milwaukee public schools
Wl as at several insti-
n\ of higher learning in
PI* Wb-tMei his work-
, Fast, Clean and
W> because he realizes
most religious school
I oms arc not set up for
Ixpcnenccs. Therefore, he
IT '""ovative ideas that
Im K("me 'S 0f ,He
t cn,eaP (costs are a big
F I. and dean (maintenan-
f ^ministration will love
Lr a ? workshop is
F by ,he Jewish Edu-
r Council of Palm Beach
hLV ,hc Jewish
fh"n Committee of the
" redcranon of Palm
ief' n\ Beach County
[ ,h, d $2 ,or '"?
In arcas' For more
|ni '" contact Ann
.P'n. Jewish Edu-
Wrecior of ,hc Jewish
,,7"' Palm Beach
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where shopping Is a pleasure 7days a week
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November 3rd thru 9th. 1983

Page 8 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, November 4,1983
Senior News
Transportation is available
in our designated area for
persons 60 years of age and
over who do not drive and
cannot use public trans-
portation. There is na set fee
for this service but passengers
are encouraged to make
We offer another service to
the community as a result of
vehicles awarded to us through
the Urban Mass Transporta-
tion Act by the Department of
Transportation and the
support of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County.
We are able to take people to a
variety of places, both day and
night. Groups and organiza-
tions can call the JCC to
arrange trips.
A moderate group fee for
each event is charged to cover
our vehicle and driving ex-
penses. Our lift van is
available for handicapped
persons within limited areas.
For information about these
services, call 689-7703.
Kosher lunches are served
Help Wanted
Top Northeast camp. Minimum age 30. Experienced in
all phases of camping, energetic, personable, willing
to train and earn a year-round salary. Send resume' to'
Box ACD c/o Jewish Floridian, P.O. Box 012973, Miami,-
Florida 33101.
Moving &
Clean Fireproof Building
Private Containers Available
Fire and Burglar Alarms
Piano Moving Confidential
Pick-up 7 Days and Evenings
Monday through Friday at the
JCC, along with stimulating
programs and an opportunity
to meet and greet old and new
friends. Persons 60 years of
age and older who are not able
to avail themselves of other
County meal programs are
eligible. Meals are prepared
with the special dietary needs
of older adults in mind and
Kashruth laws are strictly
There are no fees for this
program but participants are
encouraged to make contribu-
tions at each meal. Our
program has been extended to
two seatings per day to accom-
modate more people and for
those who have no way to
come to the Center, trans-
portation is available through
a Federal Grant. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Carol Fox or Mark
Zweibel at 689-7700.
A second Hot Kosher Meal
Program is located at Congre-
gation Anshei Emuna in
Delray Beach. Persons
residing in Boynton Beach,
Delray Beach, and Boca Raton
who wish to avail themselves
of the program may call 495-
0806 between 9 a.m. and 12
noon for more information.
Meals are also delivered
daily to those persons who are
homebound. For more in-
formation, call Mark Zweibel
at 689-7700.
The Second Tuesday Coun-
cil, a most active group, meets
the first Tuesday morning of
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at the West Palm Beach Audi-
torium Box Office for Regional
Arts spectacular 1983/84 season
of 29 MUSIC and DANCE events.
The extra-
ordinary Metro-
politan Opera
Soprano, JESSYE
NORMAN, opens
the season on
Thursday eve-
ning, November 10th, with PHILIP
MOLL at the piano. Miss Norman,
considered the supreme recitalist
of today, will sing works of
Schubert, Wagner, DuParc and
Later in November, the 22nd, at
8 PM, "Florida's Finest" the
PHONY will return to the Audi-
torium with Maestro IRWIN
HOFFMAN conducting Berlioz's
Judges of the Se-
cret Court Overture
^/fk\ and Hindemith's
/gftsW | magnificent Sym-
Aaw H Phony Mathis Der
\X' i MaUr 'Dazzling"
V A* pianist, GARRICK
^5 OHLSSON, join*
Wsr the orchestra to
perform the Piano Concerto No. 5,
The Empertor, by Beethoven.
December will
bring the youthful
QUARTET with pian
and the exciting TRIO
of musicians, EM AN
UEL AX, pianist.
violinist, and YO-YO
MA. cellist
Other MUSIC Matinee and
Evening performances January
thru March, 1984 will feature
baton of ROBERT SHAW, the NEW
chestras; Chamber music in the
form of ORPHEUS with RICHARD
BER with LEONARD ROSE, cellist,
and the famed BRANDENBURG
ENSEMBLE with pianist PETER
SERKIN; and, "A unique musical
experience '-SUPERSTAR clari-
perform a joint recital with pianist
CYNTHIA RAIM and soprano
DANCE abounds
with the return of
some of the area's U>
most loved dance 4/
companies: Canada's finest, the ROYAL
WINNIPEG; the full
length "Sleeping
Beauty" of the
and last year's sen-
sation, the DANCE
LEM. all with orches-
tra. Also the HART
turns in an exciting
and diverse program
with pianist RUTH
All of Regional Art. MUSIC and
DANCE Matinee and Evening
presentations are at the West Palm
Beach Auditorium, "where you ttt
the beat for leas." The Auditorium
is conveniently located just off I
on Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. at
North Congress Ave. Valet park-
ing is available. Viaa and Master
card reservations are acceptea,
and the Box Office is open week-
days from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m-
For individual tickets r a
seasonal calendar call <**"*"*
Auditorium Box Office. W**"
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Phone 6834012.

Friday, November 4,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Paige 9
nai Jacob Welcomes New Cantor
Temple B'nai Jacob an-
Lnced that they have
tauired the services of Gary
f Kessler as cantor of the
inizregation. Cantor Kessler
|50 teaches at the Jewish
immunity Day School.
Cantor Kessler was born in
fhiladelphia and attended the
Inited Hebrew Institute in
ingsion, Pa. He also at-
nded the University of
idgeport, Wilkes College
,,d Tel Aviv University in
iracl. While in Israel, he
iught English as a second
inguage and produced and
irected a number of plays. He
iceived his cantorial training
In 1981, he returned to the
nited States and was engaged
i cantor for the children of
lemple Israel in Youngstown,
Ihio and as a teacher of
ebrew and Judaic Studies for
Gary D. Kessler
the Commission for Jewish
Community Calendar
November 4
Jewish Federation In-Service Management Seminar- 8:45
a.m.-11.45 a.m. Jewish Community Center Florida
Singles Weekend through Nov. 6 Temple Beth David
Sisterhood garage sale 8*8 a.m.
Jewish Federation Young Leadership Development 8
p.m. ORT West Palm Beach lunch-theater noon
I Temple Beth Torah Men's Club Luau 7:30 p.m.
November 6
Women's League for Israel 1 p.m. ORT Poinciana -
Brunch and entertainment 10:30 a.m. Golden Lakes
Temple Sisterhood board 10 a.m. Jewish Community
Day School Siyum Ha Torah Jewish War Veterans No.
1408-9:30 a.m. Jewish War Veterans No. 501.
November 7
I ORT Palm Beach board 9:45 a.m. ORT Mid Palm -
board 1 p.m. Brandeis University Women Boynton
Beach board 1 p.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom
Men's Club board Jewish Community Day School -
board 7:30 p.m. ORT Royal Golf and Tennis
I Tournament 9 a.m. Temple Israel executive committee
8 p.m. Hadassah Tikvah board 1 p.m.
[Congregation Anshei Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30
a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3016 board 3 p.m. B'nai B'rith
No. 3046 board 3 p.m. Pioneer Women Orah board -
110a.m. Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood board.
November 8
Jewish Federation Public Relations Committee- 7:30 p.m.
B'nai B'rith No. 2939 7:30 p.m. Hadassah Henrietta
S/old board 1 p.m. ORT Mid Palm board -1 p.m.
Temple Israel Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith
women Mcnorah 1 p.m. Hadassah Lee Vassil board
10 a.m. Women's League for Israel 1 p.m. Temple
Bnai Jacob Sisterhood board 10:30 a.m. Yiddish
Kulture Group Century Village 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith
women Masada 7:45 a.m. ORT West Palm Beach -
12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3041 board 2:30 p.m.
American Jewish Committee education seminar 7:45
P m. Hadassah Shalom Youth Aliyah Luncheon.
November 9
Jewish Federation Women's Division Jewish Women's
Assembly all day Jewish Federation B and P Women's
^"up 6 p.m. Yiddish Culture Group Cresthaven
>mple Beth Sholom Sisterhood board 9:30 a.m. ORT
widen River board 1 p.m. Temple Beth David
pwerhood- board -8 p.m.
November 10
Temple Beth Sholom board 9:30 a.m. American
Si Con8rcss board Hadassah Lake Worth round
'aD|e 10 a.m. Pioneer Women Na'amat Council 10
*m- ORT Haverhill board noon B'nai B'rith
women Ohav board 9:30 a.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3196 -
Li I'l"' B'nai B'rith w<>men Masada Epcot through
" 12 Hadassah Yovel board 9:30 a.m. Hadassah
Shalom board -
1 p.m.
Video Presentation Meet the Director
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BStiJJJ^ Wunsh Sunday'Novtmb#r 6th
Him Beach, FL. 33406 7:30"9M pm
"Cantor Kessler has im-
pressed every one with his soft
and melodious voice and his
Israel-Hasidic interpretations
of our liturgy," stated Jacob
Frant, president.
Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman
is spiritual leader of Temple
B'nai Jacob. The congregation
recently moved into its new
home at 2177 So. Congress
Ave. in Palm Springs.
The 1983*84 Young Leadership Development program held its
first meeting of the season on Saturday evening, Oct. 22. The
program, which was established to develop young adults into
the role of community leaders, featured Sally Fox, an innovative
dramatist who presented Jewish Involvement Theater. By
transforming herself into different characters, Sally gave the
participants an opportunity to solve crucial problems which are
facing today's Jewish community. _____
Young Leadership Development
Julian Almeida will serve as
assistant manager, joining
Keith Kronish, vice president
with Riverside Memorial
Chapels in West Palm Beach.
Almeida is a past-chancellor
of Palm Beach Lodge No. 203,
Knights of Pythias, secretary
of the Dramatic Order Knights
of Kaorassan, past president
of Southside Lions Club,
charter member of SAVES
"36" Club, and a member of
Odd Fellows, Cystic Fibrosis,
National Funeral Directors
Association and Florida
Funeral Directors Association.
Discussing a solution to a problem posed by one of Sally's
characters are [left to right] Andy Adebon, Roger Schwartz,
Ellen Bovarnick, Dr. Moshe Adler, co-chairman of the Young
Leadership Development program, Michael Zimmerman,
overall chairman of Leadership Development, and [foreground]
Larry Mesches.
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Page 10 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, November 4,1983
The Rabbinical Comer
Take A Quiz
refresher in Judaism, try these
1. Identify: a) Rashi, b) The
Rambam, c) The Besht
2. What is the significance
of each of these dates in Jew-
ish history? a) 586 before the
Christian Era, b) 70 of this
era, and c) 1492 of this era.
3. Where in the Bible would
you find: a) The Ten Com-

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Reform Hebrew Congregation
of Delray
A rabbi once said to his
congregation, "If you were
arrested for being Jewish
would there be enough
evidence to convict you?"
To stab at that question and
to provide you with a little
Germany Wants War
Criminal in Damascus
Continued from Page 1
Klarsfeld Foundation.
IN A SPEECH delivered by
Beate on behalf of her
husband at the ORT awards
dinner, Serge promised that he
"will do everything in my
power to make sure that
Brunner pays for his
crimes ... not just out of
revenge, but because impunity
for a Nazi war criminal like
Brunner is intolerable for a
Jew, for all Jews."
Serge Klarsfeld's father,
Arno. was taken by the Nazis
and deported to Auschwitz
where he was killed. While
conducting research at the
Y1VO Institute several months
Shalom Florida
1 h>: Jewish Community
Center is planning a workshop
in mid-November tor indivi-
duals and families who are
new io the Palm Beach area.
The workshop is entitled
"Shalom Florida New-
comers," and will be led by
Marilyn David-Topperman of
Jewish Family and Children's
Service of Palm Beach
County, Inc., who will discuss
information needed for new-
comers to ihe area. In addi-
tion, members of the group
will ha\e the opportunity to
meet and discuss their situa-
tions with others in a similar
For further information and
pre-reuistration, contact
Hareen'Bertisch at 689-7700.
UJA Chairman
Continued from Page 1
in July. Loup is a member of
the Jewish Agency Board of
Governors and serves on the
Hoards of the UJA, the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federation and
During Loup's tenure as
president of the Allied Jewish
Federation of Denver in 1975-
76, he conceived and imple-
mented the Achim program,
which increased dramatically
the number of $100,000 givers
in the Denver Jewish com-
munity. While he was Cam-
paign chairman in 1974, the
Federation raised more than
$7 million the largest
amount in its history.
Also addressing the Cam-
paign Cabinet will be Marilyn
Gram, Project Renewal co-
ordinator for Hod Hasharon,
Israel, who will bring the
leaders an up-to-date report
on the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County's twinned
renewal neighborhood.
ago on the Barbie case. Serge
discovered a document
written, in pencil which bore
the name 'Arno Klarsfeld.'
Serge Klarsfeld said: "He
had been transferred from
Ni-J! to Lyon's Fort Montluc
Prison and had probably tried
to contact someone with a
message for us. It took 40
years for the message to reach
me ."
mandments, b) "Love thy
neighbor as thyself," c) "Love
the Lord with all your heart
and strength and might."
4. Who had the vision of the
Valley of Dry Bones?
5. Name the presidents of
the modern State of Israel?
Name the prime ministers.
6. Hebrew names are words
which have meanings. What
do the following word-names
mean: a) Moses (Moshe), b)
Joseph (Yosef), c) Daniel?
7. Explain: a) Shmoneh
Esrch. b) Haftarah. c)
8. What's the difference
between Kiddush, Kaddish,
Kdusha, Kiddushin?
9. Describe: a) Lag b'Omer,
b) Tu Bishvat, c) Simchat
10. Who told someone the
gist of Judaism while he stood
on one foot?
How did you do? Are you
convicted? To check up, see
your nearest rabbi.
Two Torahs were dedicated recently at the Mont u
Center's Shulman Chapel. The chapel Is a gift o( ^^
Shulman and family. Rabbi Alan Sherman condu^
service and commented, "The Torahs have great mtuiL
the residents and serve as a link to their Judaism it,,
moving to see them relate to the Torahs on tab day m
during the High Holiday services." Pictured above i(l1
right] Rabbi Dr. William Shapiro, member of the BoSJ
Trustees; Erwin Blonder, president of the Board of Tni
Rabbi Alan Sherman, chaplain; and Alan L. Shulman.


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Religious directory
B'nni Torah Congregation
1401 N.W. 4th Avenue, Boco Rolon, 33432. Phone 392-8566.
Rabbi Theodore Feldmon. Sabbath Services, Friday 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Congregation Anthai ShoUm
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212.
Rabbi Isaac Vender Walde. Cantor Mordecai Speklor. Daily:
8:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m., 5 p.m., and a late
service al 8:15 p.m., followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday: 8:3C
a.m., 7 p.m., Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Congregation Nth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
501 N.E. 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach. Phone 734-0802. Rabbi
Avrom L. Drazin. Sobboth services, Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9
o. m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lokes Blvd., West Palm Beoch 33411. Phone 689-
9430. Robbi Joseph Speiser. Daily Services 8:15 a.m. and 5:30
p.m. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9a.m., 5 p.m.,
Mincha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Temple Beth David
4657 Hood Road, Palm Beach Gordens 33410. Phone 694-2350
Rabbi William Marder, Cantor Earl J. Rackoff. Sabbath services,
Friday 8 p.m., Saturday 10a.m.
Temple Beth El
2815 No. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-0339.
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch, Cantor Elaine Shapiro. Sabbath services
Friday 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m. Doily Minyan 8:15 a.m.,
Sunday and Legal Holidays 9 a.m
Temple Beth Sholom
224 N.W Avenue "G", Belle Glade 33430. Sabbath services
Friday, 8:30 p.m. Phone 996-3886
Temple Beth Sholom
315 N. "A" Street, Lake Worth 33460. Phone 585-5020. Rabbi
Emanuel Eisenberg, Cantor Jacob Elmon Services Monday and
Thursday 8:15a.m. Friday 8:15p.m., Saturday9a.m.
Temple Beth Zion
Lions Club, 700 Cornelia Dr., Royal Palm Beach. Mailing
Address: 640-101 Toil South, West Palm Beach 33414., Sabbath
Services Friday 8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. Rabbi Nathan Zelizer
Cantor Chaim Baltuck. Phone 793-9122
Temp* B'mm Jacob
2177 So. Congress Ave., West Palm Beach 33406. Phone 433-
5957. Robbi Dr. Morris Silberman. Sabbath services, Friday 8
p.m., Saturday 9 a.m., Monday through Thursday 9 a.m.
190 North County Road, Palm Beach 33480. Phone 832-0804
Rabbi Joel Chazin, Cantor David Dardashti. Sobabth services,
Fndoy 8:30 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.
Temple Emeth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach 33446. Phone 498-
3536. Rabbi Bernard Silver, Cantor Seymour Zisook. Scbbath
services, 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., Saturday and holiday, 8:45 a m
Daily Minyan, 8:45 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The Treasure Coast Jewish Cent or
(Mortin County) 3257 S.E. Salerno Road (opposite Winn-DixitJ
Stuart, FL 33490. President Lief Grazi: 1-287-7732. Friday servia|
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Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West, Glades Rood(
mile west of Boca Turnpike). The free Synagogue, P.O. BoiU
Boco Raton 33432. Phone: 368-1600, 391-1111. Robbi Ben|om|
Rosayn. Sabbath services, Friday 8:15 p.m.
Congregation Am Chaim
Century V.lloge, West Palm Beach. Phone 689-4675. Sobba*|
services 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Daily services 8:15 o.m. ond6X|
Congregation Anshei Emune
16189 Carter Road, Delray Beach, FL 33446. Phone 499-92291
Rabbi Louis Sacks. Daily services 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. SoturdayonT
holidoys8:45 a.m.
The Reform Temple of Jupiter Tequesto
at St. Jude Church (Parrish Hall) 204 US No. 1 So.;J
address Plaza 222, U.S. No. 1, Tequesto 33458. Phone747-
President Jeanne Torsches. Services the second and
Friday of every month, 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432. Phone 39l-"l
Rabb. Merle E. Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sobboth '' I
Friday 8:1 5 p.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer. Saturday
a.m. Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Bath Shalom
St. Helen's Parish Hall, 20th Avenue and Victory ^^ftj
Beach 32960, mailing address: P.O. Box 2113, Vero
32961-2113. Rabbi Stephen Adams. Phone 1-569-0180
Temple Bath Torah
at St. David's m the Pines Episcopal Retreat, rOrestHillM**^
Wellington Trace, West Palm Beoch. Mailing odd,e ;s"
Lantern Tree Lane, West Palm Beach 33411 Friday "" JTJ
p.m. Robbi Steven R. Westman, Cantor Nicholas FenaM
Temple Israel
1901 No. Flagler Dr., West Palm Beoch 33407. ^85jj|
Robbi Howard Shapiro, Cantonal Soloist Susan W'
services, Friday 8p.m.
at St.'i Greek Orthodox Church Social NoJ,
Washington Rd., at Southern Boulevord. Robbi *"Jj\je
Cantor Shore. Moiling oddress5154 Okeechobeee
Palm Beach, Fl 33409. Phone 471-1526.
i ik> Ida W'
ot Cason-Un.ted Methodist Church, corner ot ic* t$l
Swinton Ave., Delray. Phone 276-6161. Wa_,',.n^linU#i S
N.W. 9th Street, Delray Beach 33444. Rabb. *""
Friday services 8:15 p. m.

lagogue News
Candle Lighting Time Friday, Nov. 45:19pm
Lndiv morning, Nov. 6,10
__ if you enjoy singing
j want 10 add life to your
h come and sing with the
Lie Beth El Choir. For
fe information please call
[Cantor at the Temple.
rfondav morning, Nov. 7,9
t Rosh Hodesh Cele-
iion. A creative service foi-
led by coffee and a work-
Friday evening, Nov. 11
]bbat Dinner followed by a
Lily Service led by the 7th
P 8th grade students.
The first Shabbat of every
foth is designated as Family
ght at Temple Israel.
nple members are encour-
to come as families,
nging their young children
Synagogue. The service and
non are tailored especially
the children. Those with
khdays of the month are in-
cd to the bima for special
special feature of the
nily Service is the partici-
|ion of the Junior Choir.
nposed of selected students
|m the 4th through the 7th
des, the Choir consists of
[voices. Under the direction
[Betty Robbins, the young-
sing the complete Shab-
I Service.
Making their first appear-
[e in the New Year on Fri-
night, Nov. the Junior
)ir will open the service
"Sim Shalom." After
M>i Shapiro's sermon.
Issa Einai" will be Icatured.
lineiMaTov" will conclude
(Family Night Worship.
Temple Israel Youth Group
j sponsoring a dance at
nple Israel on Saturday
ft. Nov 5i from eight
I'ock until Members
BBYO, Midrasha, USY
the Wellington SEFTY
nth Group have been in-
small cover charge of $2
be collected at the door.
ncers are asked to dress
ually but no sneakers,
Refreshments will be ser-
K more information,
Me call Ron Levinson or
N kandel.
[he Biennial Convention of
1Union of American He-
* Congregations will be in
n,Tex, Nov. 10-15.
n8 the issues and pro-
ps scheduled for the Con-
F'n Agenda are Leader-
1 "cvelopment; Program-
Pn for Older Members;
-"ornic Justice for Women;
,e' and Reform Judaism
"ow Synagogues Change.
lil.a?,icipated that P-
fcC'y t'000 delegates
laming ,he leadership of
luh Congregations
tehc wor,d wm bc
rWbbl Howard Shap-
rr>dent Barbara Acker-
% &rhood
Friday, November 4,1983 / The Jewish Ftoridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
will be the first of the monthly
Class Services. This Friday
evening, the seventh grade
class will lead the service. The
seventh grade class teacher is
Ann Lipton, and class mem-
bers include Larry Gordon,
Jeff Mayer, Tim Schenberg,
Ted Shapiro, Ed Wolfson,
Michele Zwart, Heather
Lewis, Greg Cohen, Michelle
Goldberg, Barry Mark, Laura
Siegal and Tricia Schimelman
and Eric Slomowitz. There
will be an Oneg Shabbot
following the service.
Dr. Faivus will deliver the
sermon which will focus spe-
cifically on the details and the
time schedule for the comple-
tion of Temple Judea's new
building near Congress Ave.
and 1-95, a mile south of the
West Palm Beach Auditorium.
Dr. Faivus, a Palm Beach
veternarian, is one of the orig-
inal founders of the congrega-
tion which now numbers close
to 300 families in just two and
a half years. Dr. Faivus and
Rabbi Levine are working
closely with the Building
Committee, chaired by Daniel
Bakst and William Meyer,
towards the completion of
man, along with
lldberg aP'r and Addc
>S?2 Presertation of the
Friday evening Forum
Douglas W.Kleiner
Series of Temple Emanu-EI,
190 N. County Rd., in Palm
Beach, will be held on Nov.
11, after Services which begin
at 8:30 p.m.
The featured speaker will be
Douglas W. Kleiner, assistant
director, Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County. His topic
will be "Life in Poland To-
Kleiner has a masters degree
in social work from the Uni-
versity of Washington and
a degree from the
Hebrew College, School
of Jewish Communal Service.
He travelled extensively on be-
half of Jewish causes, and
visited the Soviet Union in
1976. Subsequently, he made
many trips to Israel. Recently,
he visited the leadership of
what were once thriving
Jewish communities in War-
saw and Krakow.
The public is cordially in-
vited to attend this Forum,
which promises to be most in-
formative and enlightening.
An Oneg Shabbat will fol-
Temple Judea'sactive Good
Timers Club is sponsoring a
festive Luau, Saturday, Nov. 5
at the home of Charles and
Carole Hujsa, 528 Overlook
Drive, North Palm Beach. The
gourmet celebration begins at
7:30 p.m.
The Good Timers Club is
for Temple members who fall
in between the Young Couples
and Singles and the X, Y, and
Z Club. The purpose is to
enhance social and cultural
living and bring members of
this age group together from
the communities of the Palm
Beaches where they make their
Temple Judea serves fami-
lies who come from as far
north as Stuart, as far south as
Boynton Beach, as far east as
Palm Beach, and as far west as
Wellington. The Good Timers
Club provides a wholesome
environment for members to
meet, each other and make
new friends as well as renew
old friendships.
Non-members may attend
events on a one time introduc-
tory basis. For more informa-
tion, call Carole Hujsa, or
Barbara Chane.
Dr. Jeffrey Faivus will be
installed as president of Tem-
ple Jadeaat Sabbath Services,
Friday, Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. Serv-
ices are conducted by Rabbi
Joel Levine and Cantor Rita
Shore at St. Catherine's Cul-
tural Center, the corner of
Southern Blvd., and Flagler
serves on the Executive Com-
Board members to be in-
stalled include Dr. Thomas
Davidoff, Marcy Fine, Candy
Fischer, Merril Fox, Bernard
Goodstein, James Hughes,
Jay Levine, Nancy Mighdoll,
Sue Ochstein, Terry Rapaport,
and Abraham Schwartz. Hon-
orary Board members include
William Rothstein and Jerome
Following Services, the
temple building plans will be
on display at the special Oneg
Shabbat sponsored by the Sis-
terhood. For more iniorma-
tion, call the new telephone
The Sisterhood of Temple
Beth David is holding a garage
sale on Friday, Nov. 4, from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. New and used
items, appliances, office
equipment, household goods,
baby items, furniture,
clothing, bric-a-brac, ceiling
fans, and more. It will be held
at 4657 Hood Rd., just west of
Military Trail in our new
Friday, Nov. 18
Nov. 4-6 is being called the
Dedication Week-End. Friday
evening services will be a time
for young and old to rejoice in
the new Synagogue and give
prayer of dedication and
thankfulness to be in our new
building. Sunday, Nov. 6at 6
p.m. there will be a Dedication
Ceremony and Program. The
cornerstone laying ceremony
will include placing of a Time
Capsule holding Temple
momentos, photos, history
plus a scroll with families
names within the temple's
Dr. Jeffrey Faivus
plans to build a sanctuary,
banquet hall, chapel, religious
school, and meeting rooms on
the Temple property.
Since Dr. Faivus assumed
the presidency of Temple
Judea last June, over 50 fami-
lies have joined the congrega-
tion. The Temple recently
moved to new offices at 5154
Okeechobee Blvd., with facil-
ities for conferences, study
groups, and meetings.
Installed with Dr. Faivus
will be Vice Presidents, Wil-
liam Meyer, Daniel Bakst, and
Stephen Berger; Treasurer,
Rosalee Savel; and secretary,
Helene Kahn. Barbara Chane,
immediate past president,
Area Deaths
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