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:
December 30, 1983
Physical Description:
4 v. : ill. ;


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


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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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)


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|Speak Out For
jviet Jewry
Uhirlee Blonder, chair-
I man of the Soviet Jewry
I Task Force of the Jewish
[Federation, announces
Community Plea for
Soviet Jewry. Page 3.
lope For
luman Rights
An Argentine rabbisees
his country moving away
pom state sanctioned
inti-Semitism under
President Alfonsin.
id In Mexico
Although Mexican
government says
Senator was speaking
tor himself, the Jewish
Community is alarmed at
ipeech which blames
[lews tor so-called
Konomic crimes,
fage 6.
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BW County's
K,JftudKah Cocktail
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*** Photo display
Genocide Convention
U.S. Continues To Ignore It
The man who coined the word
genocide to describe the mass
murder of ethnic, racial and
religious groups and who,
more than anyone else was
responsible for the United
Nations vote to outlaw such
heinous acts, was honored
here in a program sponsored
by the B'nai B'rith Internat-
ional and the New York Public
The man is the late Raphael
Lemkin, a Polish-born Jewish
Dr. William Korey
lawyer, who coined the word
genocide from the Greek word
for "race" (geno) and the
Latin word for "killing"
Tribute was paid to Lemkin,
who died in 1959 at the age of
58, by Jorge Ulueca of
Panama, President of the
United Nations General
Assembly; Gerald Kraft,
president of B'nai B'rith
international; Dr. Vartan
Gregorian, president of the
New York Public Library;
Prof. Louis Henkin of
Columbia University Law
School and president of the
U.S. Institute for Human
Rights; and Bayard Rustin,
chairman of the executive
committee of Freedom House.
The tribute marked the 35th
anniversary of the UN's
approval of the outlaw
genocide. It also marked the
opening of a two-month dis-
play of Lemkin's writings,
including his voluminous
correspondence with world
leaders of the 1940's and
1950's, his unfinished and un-
published history of world
genocide and his autobio-
graphy, at the New York
Public Library's central
research branch in Manhattan.
Lemkin published more than a
dozen books, nearly all on in-
ternational law.
The library and B'nai B'rith
agreed to co-sponsor the
exhibition after Dr. William
Korey, director of policy
research for the International
Council of B'nai B'rith,
learned of the whereabouts of
Lemkin's papers. Korey
suggested the special
observance of the genocide
treaty to Gregorian. The latter
said the exhibition of
Lemkin's papers by the library
was fitting because Lemkin
did a great deal of research
Lemkin, who often rep-
resented his homeland at
international conferences
he spoke nine languages
was a living victim of geno-
cide. Except for himself and
his brother, his entire family
of 49 persons, including his
mother and father, was
liquidated by the Nazis
following the fall of Poland.
He escaped to Sweden and
then came to the United
States, where he taught at
Duke and Yale universities.
When the UN set up a
temporary headquarters at
Lake Success, N.Y., he gave
up academia to press for the
Genocide Conv mtion.
The treaty was approved
unanimously in 1948 and thus
far 92 nations have ratified it.
One exception is the United
States which, although a lead-
ing froce in formulating the
treaty and the first to sign it,
has been unable to force the
Senate into making the ratifi-
cation official.
Kraft said he hoped the
display of Lemkin's writings
will spur a new effort in the
Senate "and restore to the
United States its proper role of
a champion of international
human rights and the rule of
law." He added that the
failure to ratify the treaty has
damaged America's image.
Kraft called on the White
House to signal that it is
prepared "to do battle" on
behalf of Senate ratification.
Congressmen Jack Kemp To Speak At
Gala Community Dinner Celebration
Mortimer Weiss and Myron
Roberts, co-chairmen of the
Gala Community Dinner Cel-
ebration, have announced that
Congressman Jack Kemp (R-
NY) will be the guest speaker
at the community-wide event.
The dinner, given on behalf of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal campaign (minimum
men's commitment of $1,000),
will be held on Wednesday
evening, Jan. 18, 7:15 p.m., at
the Breakers, Palm Beach.
Weiss stated "This has trad-
itionally been the most excit-
ing campaign event of the
Peres: Israel Should Ask
Hussein to Talk Peace
Shimon Peres, leader of Is-
rael's Labor Party, said here
that Israel should take the ini-
tiative and invite King Hussein
of Jordan to negotiate peace
with Israel and find a solution
to the Palestinian problem.
He said that "the King
needs peace as badly as we
do," and developments in the
region, such as the decline of
the PLO and the fact that the
Palestinian issue is now
separated from the Lebanese
question, "open an oppor-
tunity for Hussein to play a
role" in determining the reso-
lution of the Palestinian
Continued on Page 7
Shimon Peres
year. Elie Weisel, Chaim
Herzog and Moshe Arens have
been among the distinguished
guests who have addressed this
most prestigious community-
wide dinner. We are honored
that Congressman Kemp will
speak to us this year. Besides
being an articulate and able
politician, he is widely ac-
claimed as a dedicated spokes-
man for human rights and, in
particular, Soviet Jewry. We
will also hear about the latest
events in the Middle East and
our government's interpreta-
tion and response to them."
Congressman Kemp is
currently serving his seventh
term in the U.S. Congress
where he holds a leadership
position as chairman of the
House Republican Confer-
ence. As the ranking Repub-
lican on the Foreign Opera-
tions sub-committee of the
House Appropriations Com-
mittee, Kemp was recently
named to the United Nations
Special Session on Disarma-
Kemp was an active Con-
gressional delegate to the
SALT talks in Geneva, the
Jerusalem Conference on
International Terrorism and
the U.S. Commission on
Refugees. He is also a member
of the House Budget Com-
"We invite the community
Continued on Page 11
Congressman Jack Kemp

Page 2 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Friday, December 30. 1983
Chairmen Announced For
Pacesetters' Luncheon
Marva Perrin, campaign
vice president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Palm Beach County,
has announced that Barbara
Tanen and Detra Kay will co-
chair the Pacesetter's
Luncheon. The event will be
held on Wednesday, Feb. 1,
1984, 11 a.m., at the home of
Mrs. I.e. Pollack, Palm
Beach. The Pacesetters'
Luncheon is given on behalf of
the Women's Division 1984
Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County-United Jewish
Appeal campaign ($1000
minimum commitment).
"Our women who have
contributed a S1000 minimum
to the campaign in the past
comprise an important and
vital segment of the overall
campaign. Therefore, we have
named this event the Pace-
setter's Luncheon," stated
Mrs. Perrin. "I am pleased
that two such committed and
capable women as Barbara
and Detra will be co-chairing
the luncheon."
Barbara Tanen has served as
president of Temple Beth El's
Sisterhood and chairman of
the Yad Zadvah Luncheon for
Hadassah in Ft. Pierce. She
has been a member of the
executive committee of the
Jewish Federation of Palm
' *
Barbara Tanen
Detra Kay
Beach County for several
years and was chairman of the
Public Relations Committee.
She has been to Israel many
times including the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County Community Mission
which she led with her
husband Nate. Mrs. Tanen
presently is vice president of
the Jewish Federation and is
on the Women's Division
Detra Kay has been active in
the Jewish Federation serving
on the Women's Division exe-
cutive board, as the first co-
chairman of the Council on
Aging, and as a board member
of Federation. She has led two
missions to Israel and is the
recipient of the Young
Leadership Award and the
Community Service Award.
Currently she sits on the board
of the Morse Geriatric Center
and of Women's Division.
"The S1000 minimum event
is one of the best attended and
most exciting Women's Divi-
sion functions of the year,"
stated Mrs. Tanen. "It has al-
ways generated a great deal of
enthusiasm in the community
because it has become the
event that no one wants to
Mrs. Kay said, "We look
forward to making this year
even more successful and en-
courage women in the com-
munity to support the needs of
Jews locally, around the world
and in Israel."
For more information con-
tact Lynne Ehrlich, Women's
Division director, at the Fed-
eration office 832-2120.
Dr. Arieh Plotkin To Speak
At Poinciana Kickoff
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin
John I. Moss, chairman of
the 1984 Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County
United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign at Poinciana Place an-
nounced that Dr. Arieh L.
Plotkin will be the guest
speaker at their Cocktail Party
and Campaign Kickoff, Jan.
15, 1984, 4 p.m. at the Chal-
lenger Country Club. In addi-
tion, this event will honor
Daniel Giber, past chairman,
and his wife, Claire.
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin is a
Haganah veteran and citizen
of Israel and a former officer
in the Intelligence Corps of
Israel's Defense Forces. Dr.
Plotkin has traveled extensi-
vely in the U.S. and Canada.
He has appeared on TV and
radio, on lecture tours for the
University of Wisconsin and
the University of Minnesota
and has taught advanced
courses, such as an Honors
Seminar on Modern Israel at
the City University of New
John Moss stated, "Our
speaker has recently arrived
from Israel for further re-
search and writing. He is
keenly attuned to the changing
moods and currents of his
country's public opinion. Dr.
Plotkin is thoroughly briefed
by the Israeli Government, yet
independent in his analysis.
He brings to American and
Canadian audiences a fresh
and first-hand knowledge of
the current Mid-Eastern scene
and combines an incisive
insight into Israeli and Arab
problems with an acute and
compassionate awareness of
Jewish affairs."
Continued on Page 4
Key Leaders Attend Community
Leadership Conference
The Palm Beach County Jewish community has
over the past two decades into one of the fastest grov,
Jewish communities in this country. We have been uM
cessful in building a strong and viable Jewish commuHt
because of the many dedicated men and women who C
built and will continue to build a strong foundation uri
which this community will thrive. We now introduce m
to more of our .
Community Builders
1984 Federation
Sub-Committee Chairmen
Helen Hoffman, chairman
Local Concerns Task
Force of the Community
Relations Council J.D.
from Columbia Law
School; professor, Florida
Atlantic University Grad-
uate School of Public Ad-
ministration; former as-
sistant Dean at Rutgers
Law School specializing in
industrial relations; labor
arbitrator; founding
member Women's Rights
Section of New York Bar;
vice president Newark and
Essex Counties Legal
Services Corporation; had
been active in New Jersey
Jewish Federation; past
board member of Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County; currently presid-
ent of local American
Jewish Committee.
Frieda Shefter, chair
Holocaust Commemon
tion Committee of tk
Community Relation^
Council B.S. in Linguistic
from Temple University1!
broker-salesman with
Wilcox Realtors specializ-l
ing in commercial and inj
vestment real estate; past
board member of Nationa
Council of Jewish Womeij
andORT; charter memb
Women's League of Je
ish Community Cento
past member of Steerin
Committee of Leadershid
Development of JewisH
Federation; past memb
of Membership Commitj
tee of Temple Beth El an
Education Committee ol
Temple Beth David.
Join them in helping
to Share the Vision
Assistant News Coordinator
"I know that peace is your
obsession and the quality of
Jewish life in the Palm
Beaches, the United States,
and throughout the world is
your dream ... I know that
you are a caring and
concerned Jewish community
with good leadership on all
levels." '
Irving Bernstein, National
Executive Vice Chairman of
UJA, opened his remarks with
these words at the Community
Leadership Conference
sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County held Dec. 11 at the
Royce Hotel. Top leadership
met to hear Bernstein and
other speakers illuminate the
pressing needs of Israel and
the local Jewish community.
Bernstein, who will be
retiring at the end of this year
after 37 years with UJA, 15 as
its executive officer, feels that
action, not reaction, is neces-
sary for Jewish survival. He
saw Menachem Begin as a
leader who exemplified this
mandate when he had the
strength to appoint a commis-
sion to investigate the Sabra
and Chatilla massacres, and
when he stood his ground with
President Carter during the
Continued on Page 5
Over 100 top leadership from the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County took part in a Community Leadership Con-
ference at the Royce Hotel. The Hod Hasharon Singers from
this community's twinned Project Renewal neighborhood in
Israel perform for the Conference.
Irving Bernstein gl"
keynote address.

Friday, December 30,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 3
:ond Annual Lion of Judah Event A Success
[women allended the Lion of Judah Cocktail Reception at
Lie of Mrs. Jerome A. Newman of Palm Beach on
fber 14. It was given in support of the Women's Division
[Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County-UJA cam-
1 Women who made a minimum commitment of $5000
led a 14K gold Lion of Judah pin in recognition of their
wip gift-
Berenice Rogers [right], co-chairman Lion of Judah Cocktail
Reception, presents a gift to Mrs. Jerome A. Newman thanking
her for opening her home for this event.
Harriet Zimmerman, National
Chairman of the Women's
Division of the UJA, was the
special guest speaker.

1 Kornhauser, Tova Leidesdorf and Dorothy Kohl were
the guests.

Marva Perrin. campaign vice
president of Women's Divi-
sion, spoke about the needs of
the Jewish population in Palm
Beach County.
Mildred Hecht, co-chairman Lion of Judah Cocktail Reception,
with Susan Lehrman.


mnkle and Elizabeth Newman share a toast in honor of
ioi Judah recipients.
Elizabeth Newman [right] greets Dorothy Rautbord.
>e Gates Are Closing
Community To Hold Soviet Jewry Rally
Jewrv Tak -______. Mrs. Blonder stated that the Adopt A F
Soviet jewry Task
li the Community Rela-
l^uncil of the Jewish
J*I Of Palm Beach
;* chaircd by Shirlec
^"nounced that the
P11 be held on Jan. 30,
K Temple Emanu:
FL aS-h' Thodore R.
"^.National Confer-
i^Jcwry, wi be
viet Unu" ?onder country. She noted that Presi-
diniKivl?" ,.s re" dent Reagan has termed "the
I'ion reo3 Je,wish drastic decline" in Jewish
I of h3 s of the immigration from the
|eswhfchKvDqucsts by U.S.S.R. a result of "deli-
lallow rtJZ 711"130 ^w berate Soviet policy" and not
,hem ,0 ,cve the a drop in exit requests.
Mrs. Blonder stated that the
teaching of Hebrew has been
outlawed in the Soviet Union
and that Jewish learning has
been threatened with extinc-
tion. In addition, the state
controlled press constantly
practices anti-Semitic bias in
words and cartoons and that
life for Soviet Jews is not life
as we know it. There is no
freedom to survive and no
permission to leave a
double bind.
"Public opinion in America
and throughout the world acts
as an insurance policy for the
potential emigrees' survival,'
explained Mrs. Blonder. "By
the letter writing program
under the auspices of the
Adopt A Family, sponsored
by the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet Jewry
and instituted locally, the
Soviet officials know that
people in the Western world
are aware of their existence.
"Soviet Jews who have an-
nounced their desire to leave
their country lose their jobs
and must have an outside
contact with Jewish organ-
izations in order to have both
spiritual and financial
support." Literature will be
available at the Rally so that
people may participate in this
vital program, Mrs. Blonder
The Soviet Jewry Task
Continued on Page 4
Selma Becker, member of the
Women's Division of the Jew-
ish Federation of Palm Beach
County Campaign Cabinet
and Lion of Judah committee.
Don't Forget
January 4,1984
7:30 p.m.
at the home of
Stacey Levy
of the
of the
of Palm Beach County
Quest Speaker
"Jewish Women in the

Page 4 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, December 30,1983
Jewish Youth Held In Synagogue

Jit 1 "/ J
Conn. (JTA) A 17-year-
old Jewish youth, who was a
psychiatric in-patient in a
Connecticut hospital, was ar-
rested here yesterday and
charged with an arson fire that
damaged a local synagogue of
which he was a member, as
well as three other arson
Barry Dov Schuss surrended
voluntarily to authorities here
yesterday and was charged
with four counts of second
degree arson. Police said his
arrest closed the cases which
had caused widespread con-
cern and fear in the local Jew-
ish community.
The fires were set on August
11 at the Young Israel Syna-
gogue, of which the defendant
and his family were members;
on August IS at the Emanuel
Synagogue; on Aueust 16 at
the home of Rabbi Solomon
Krupka, rabbi of the Young
Israel congregations; and Sep-
tember 16 at the home of State
Rep. Joan Kemler, who is
Jewish. The fires caused ex-
tensive property damage but
no injuries.
Judge Joseph Morelli of Su-
perior Court ordered the
youth returned to the un-
named Connecticut hospital
pending another court appear-
ance on January 4. Bail was
set at $25,000.
Francis Reynolds, the West
Hartford police chief, said the
youth had not given any
specific reason for setting the
fires. The State's Attorney,
John Bailey, said Schuss gave
officials "a complete state-
ment" about his connection
with the arson attacks and that
he took "full responsibility for
them." Reynolds said the po-
lice believed Schuss had acted
Court officials said convic-
tion on second-degree arson
was punishable by a maximum
penalty of 20 years imprison-
ment on each of the four
counts but John Drowney, the
youth's attorney, said he
would try to have the youth
treated as a youthful offender.
The maximum penalty for
such an offender would be
three years in prison on each
Rabbi Stanley Kessler, pres-
ident of the Greater Ha
Rabbinic Fellowship
nightmare for the'
nity" was over. He
Schuss a "troubled
Judge Morelli sealedl
court papers, the defend
statement to authorities]
the name of the hospital J
the youth was being tj
Drowney said the paM|
being sealed for 'V
reasons" and because i
"fragile state" of the),
The police said they did
know how long he had bi
patient or the nature oj
treatment he had been j
Dr. Arieh Plotkin To S|
At Poinciana Kickoff
Continued from Page 2
"This event will give us the
opportunity to hear Dr.
Plotkin while at the same time
honor Claire and Dan Giber
for their devotion, com-
mitment and service to the
Jewish community," Moss
Under the direction of
Daniel Giber, immediate past
chairman, the Federation-
United Jewish Appeal
campaign at Poinciana Place
has grown significantly for the
past five years.
Dan and Claire
traveled to Israel three l
since 1966 and have both]
involved with loca1 Ja
activities. Dan is a past |
dent of his B'nai B'rithl
and is presently chaplain
is a member of the exe
board of the Non-Pa
Political Action Commit
of Palm Beach County; i
moderator of
Decisions" for the pa
For more informal
contact Mark Mandel,
associate, at the Fedenl
office 832-2120.
Arrest of Jewish Scholar Bad Omen
MOSCOW The recent
arrest of a noted Jewish
scholar who was an activist in
the Jewish emigration or cul-
tural movements signals a
worsening of Soviet policy
toward its Jewish minority,
maintain friends of the profes-
sor who live in Israel. Prof.
Mikhail Mejlakh, a thirty-nine
year-old expert in medieval
French poetry and 20th cen-
tury Russian poetry, was ar-
rested at the end of June and
reportedly transferred to a
strict-regime prison in
Leningrad. He is apparently
accused of maintaining
scientific ties with the West. A
trial date and charges are not
known. Unmarried and in
failing health, the scholar was
immediately turned down
when he applied for an exit
/isa to Israel over a year ago.
Holocaust Survivors Elect Office
projected national men
to the Holocaust in W|
For more informationil
the Holocaust Survivorsol
Palm Beaches, contact I
Lefkowitz, 1131 Surf R|
Riviera Beach.
War Crimes Witnesses Sought
government's case. According
to the State Department, as of
August, 1942, Mr. and Mrs.
Rauberfeld were living in Lvov
(Lemberg), in the Ukraine.
Individuals who have
information of any kind in this
regard should write to: Neal
Sher, Director, Office of Spe-
cial Investigations, 1377 K
Street, N.W., Suite 195,
Washington, D.C. 20005.
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NEW YORK In connec-
tion with an ongoing prosecu-
tion of Nazi war crimes, the
U.S. Department of Justice
has asked HIAS for its co-
operation in locating Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Rauberfeld or
anyone who can provide
information on their where-
abouts. The Rauberfelds are
possible witnesses to crimes
which form the basis of the
Friday. December 30. 1983
Volume 9
Number 42
The Holocaust Com-
memoration Committee of the
Community Relations Council
of the Jewish Federation of
Palm Beach County has of-
fered support for the forma-
tion of a club for survivors of
the Holocaust. The steering
committee met on Dec. 19 at
the Federation office to vote in
a slate of officers and adopt
Holocaust Survivors of the
Palm Beaches as their new
name. Ed Lefkowitz was elect-
ed chairman, Esther Gastwirth
is the vice chairman-secretary
and Matilda Feit will serve as
The first meeting of this new
organization will be held on
January 3, 7 p.m., at the First
American Bank, Okeechobee
Blvd. Lefkowitz stated, "We
welcome all Holocaust sur-
vivors to attend."
Lefkowitz noted that there
are approximately 200-300
survivors from Boynton Beach
to Jupiter. "We want to meet
not only in offering each other
friendship and moral support,
but to record what we have
witnessed. It is the obligation
of all victims of the Holocaust
to remember what has hap-
pened, to teach our children
and the world, so it will not be
forgotten. It must never hap-
pen again."
The new vice chairman,
Esther Gastwirth, said, "We
are an enthusiastic group in
spite of all the tragic things
that we went through. We are
trying to face it so that we can
preserve history." Besides
speaking to schools about
their experiences, the survivors
will send their recorded
memories to be housed in Yad
Vashem, the memorial to the
Holocaust in Israel.
Lefkowitz indicated that
once the group finishes the
business of putting their recol-
lections in some permanent
record, they will turn to be-
coming involved in education-
al projects such as the com-
munity-wide Holocaust
Remembrance Day and the
Community To Hold
Soviet Jewry Rally
Continued from Page 3
Force also works on behalf of
the Bar-Bat Mitzvah Twinning
Program with many synago-
gues in the area participating.
The program which pairs
American and Soviet Bar-Bat
Mitzvah candidates has been
instituted to make people
aware of the plight of Soviet
Jewry. It underscores the fact
that boys and girls of Bar
Mitzvah age in the Soviet
Union are not permitted to
take part in this religious cere-
Other programs sponsored
by the Soviet Jewry Task
Force arc Prisoners of Cons-
cience, which involves writing
to congressmen and senators
and petitioning Soviet
authorities on behalf of a
prisoner on a regular basis and
on holidays, cards printed in
English and Russian, are
mailed to dissidents to let them
know that they are not
Mrs. Blonder added that
youth will be participating in a
special ceremony and
dramatization under the
direction of Ann Lynn Lipton,
Jewish Education Director of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County, at the Com-
munity Plea.
Legislative officials
been invited and, at presstl
County Commissiotf
Dorothy Wilkens and
Spillias as well as State
resentative Ray Libert,
indicated that they will attl
"We look forward to I
community's parlicipatiol
the Community Plf
Soviet Jewry on behalf oj
brave and committed Jr
brethren who are slill tral
behind the Iron Curtamj
will hear the current
dons and situations
which Russian Jewry
today," stated Mrs. Blon^
"It behooves all of 1
stand together as one
munity in support ot
who are so valiant, incp
who have been lett
must be reinforced by
living in a free world.-
gather in the know*
their plight andI W
known they are not m
For more inform-H
tact Rabbi AlanJJ-
director of the Con*
Relations Council, Jl
Federation office 832 +

JCC News
The Jewish Community Center will be forming a
Widowed Person's Support System for widowed men and
women age 60 and under who have been widowed within
the past two years.
For information please call Joan Wolfberg at 689-7700.
lay, uecember 30,1983 / The Jewish Hondian ot h"alm Beach Coutyrage o
The Keren Orr Pre-School children of the Jewish
Community Center are shown singing Chanukah songs for
the residents of the Morse Geriatric Center in celebration
of Ihis joyous time.
Real snow is coming to Camp Shalom (Belvedere Rd.,
onemile west of the turnpike) Sunday, Jan. 15,1984.
The Keren Orr Pre-School of the Jewish Community
Center is sponsoring an afternoon of excitement and fun
for the whole family from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Children will be able to play in real snow and there will
be a "Snowman Making Contest" plus "Snow
Sculpture." There will be a place for those who participate
in the fun in the snow to change and enjoy watching a live
performance by the Palm Beach Ballet Company doing
exerpts from "The Nutcracker" plus other Ballet
A gymnastic exhibition will be offered by Claudia and
There will be face painting, music provided by Wings 92
and a visit by Chuck and Cheese.
All this, including a complete Spaghetti Dinner, will cost
$5.50 for adults and $2.50 for children. One fee covers all
the events plus the dinner.
Space is limited. Call Gail at 689-7700 for any additional
information. Reservations may be mailed to the Jewish
Community Center, 2415 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm
Beach, Fl. 33409.
North Palm Beach Coun-
l> Region of Women's
*merkan ORT donated a
flection of books for the
"ry at the Joseph L. Morse
nnc Center. Accepting
woks is E. Drew Gacken-
*lm [left], director of the
*m*r, from [left to right]
Blanche Silverman, chairman
of the Jewish Community
Relations for the NPB Co.
Region of ORT; Betty Levitt,
co-chairman of the JCR; and
Helen Bilowsky, president of
the Region. The Region plans
to donate books to the Center
as an on-going project.
Rabbi Sherman Reappointed to
Community Relations Board
[Rabbi Alan Sherman, di-
*ior of the Community Rel-
jns Council of the Jewish
deration of Palm Beach
my, has been reappointed
commissioner Peggy Evatt
we Community Relations
JW tor another term of
fl years, announced John
t2*ffi CoVnty Admin-
EfiJfc action was aP-
pn7sioners at the Dcc-
to CoLunty Commis-
trma'n thankin Rabbi
J n for accpeting the re-
fSS st, "I know
. Commutee will continue
L75L."W ways from
tj""fcRhip. I do ap-
H^urr'w community
"mbcngwUling to serve
n capacny and to lend
r1** and talents."
In addition to serving as di-
rector of the CRC, Rabbi
Sherman serves as chaplain for
the Jewish Federation and the
Morse Geriatric Center.
Barbara Gordon, chairman of
the event, welcomes the parti-
Myron J. Nickman, general H. Irwin Levy, chairman of
campaign chairman, speaks of Project Renewal, telb of its
local needs. successes.
Community Leadership Conference
Continued from Page 2
difficult negotiations concern-
ing the Camp David accords.
Bernstein said, "Begin knew
that Jewish destiny rested on
his frail shoulders, just as
Jewish destiny of families
throughout the world rests on
your shoulders."
Bersntein spoke of the
human factor the 600 dead
and 3,000 wounded in this
current conflict in Lebanon.
But he also emphasized the
economic factor and asked,
"Why are there those who
question the future of Israel?
Why are there those that ask
'Is this the end of the dream'?
How can a dream be over
when a citizen army builds one
of the strongest defense forces
in the world? How can the
dream be over when Israel has
one of the highest per capita
percentages of college
graduates, and how can the
dream be over when despite
war and terror, this little
nation is still a leader in art,
science and industry? And yet
there is much to be concerned
'*For it isn't Israel alone
that is under attack, but the
Jewish people, and none of us,
even in this beautiful city of
Palm Beach, can turn inward
and hide behind the supposed
safety of our homes, offices
and beautiful suburbs."
Bernstein continued, "We
are so concerned with the idea
that we may someday be
denied the right to be Jews,
that we neglect our true reason
to remain Jews. We must
discover and redefine what it
means to be a Jew."
Barbara Gordon, chairman
of the Conference, said, "We
planned this Conference to
motivate our people to under-
stand the needs and why it is
so important to have them
involved with the 1984 Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-UJA campaign. We
welcome them as part of the
team. We are striving to build
a sense of community with
people from all over the
Myron J. Nickman, general
chairman of the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach
County-UJA campaign,
stressed local needs by stating,
"For the first time this year,
we have no goal in the
campaign. We will raise as
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because we must do it. We
must build a Jewish com-
munity in the Palm Beaches
and see to the needs of Jews
throughout the world. You
and I can change the course of
Jewish history now is the
time to act."
Jeanne Levy, president of
the Jewish Federation,
welcomed the leaders, Irwin
Levy, chairman of the Project
Renewal Committee,
explained to those assembled
that Project Renewal has
made much progress in up-
grading many distressed
neighborhoods in Israel. He
stated that "This community
should be very proud of their
efforts in helping Hod
Hasharon, our twinned neigh-
borhood in Israel."
The campaign leadership in
attendance, which numbered
over 100, had the opportunity
to hear the Hod Hasharon
Singers perform. Both Irving
Bernstein and Irwin Levy
lauded the group's talents and
noted that they were a good
example of what Project
Renewal has accomplished.
During the morning five
workshops were conducted to
enhance solicitation skills.
Joel Berkowitz, national
chairman of New Gifts
Solicitor Training and Miriam
Cantor, New Gifts Consultant
for National UJA, stressed
that this community was
growing and that we should be
focusing on acquiring new
Dr. Norman J. Weinberger,
chairman of Operations Up-
grade for the Northeast
Region of UJA, met with
young adults to increase their
knowledge of fundraising.
General campaign worker
orientation was the subject of
a work ship led by Kenneth J.
Miller, associate chairman of
Operation Upgrade for the
Southeast Region of UJA and
Alan Kluger, a member of
Men's National UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet. Irving
Bernstein also led one of the
Highlighting the morning
session was a tele-com-
munication message from
Israel by Zelig Chinitz, direc-
tor general of the United Israel
Appeal. He set the tone for the
day by talking about the needs
in Israel and expressing to the
Jewish leaders of the Palm
Beaches the importance of
every campaign to the people
of Israel.
Miriam Cantor conducts one
of the five workshops with
Joel Berkowitz.

Page 6 The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, December 30,1983
Chanukah A Reality
In Nursing Homes
Chairman Chaplain Aide Program
Chanukah, dedication to "freedom of religion" has
little meaning without the opportunity to worship. The
elderly in nursing homes were able to exercise the privilege
of celebrating Chanukah through the efforts of the Feder-
ation Chaplaincy, which is under the direction of Rabbi
Alan R. Sherman. Members of the Chaplain's Aide Pro-
gram joined with other organizations and groups in the
community to bring Chanukah programs to Homes for the
During the celebrations, emotions among the elderly ran
the gamut and pride was often visibly displayed. Since
the resident participants in Chanukah programs are relig-
iously mixed, the Jewish residents could be heard proudly
explaining to their non-Jewish peers, the significance of
the holiday and its traditions.
The glow in the eyes of the
residents rivaled the lights of
the Chanukah candles, part-
icularly when the children
were on stage, namely the
Benjamin Hornstein Jewish
Day School children, the
Childrens Choir from Temple
Israel, Temple Beth El
Kadimah and the pre-school
children from the Jewish
Community Center.
Chanukah candles were lit
to the chanting of prayers. The
story of Chanukah was told
and programs of song, dance
and instrumental music
followed. Latkes. doughnuts,
cookies and punch were served
and a good time was had bv all
residents and those who
had come to present the
programs. Members of the
community who participated
are listed below:
Atlantis Convalescent Cen-
ter Use Mollen, Pauline
Edelson, Jeanne Glasser, Bea
and Murray Kern, Herman
Linshes, Estelle and Harry
Boulevard Manor Horn-
stein Jewish Community Day
School 6th Grade, Rachel
Stein, Bea and Murray Kern.
Convalescent Center of the
Palm Beaches Rita and
Philip Sher. Bea Lebson,
Blanche and Sam Jungreis.
Convalescence Pavilion at
Jupiter Rita and Philip
Sher, Bea Lebson.
Cresthaven East Cantor
Elaine Zimmerman.
Darcy Hall Convalescent
Center' Temple Israel
Choir. Betty Robins. Hope
Kramer. Ruth Kirschner, Ona
Goodfriend, Alec Jacobson,
Jack Sitrin, Jeanne Glasser,
Bea and Murray Kern.
Eason Nursing Home
George Altman. Leonard
Kahn, Jack Sitrin.
Four Seasons Manor
Hornstein Jewish Community
Day School Children 7th
grade, Cantor Gary Kessler,
Use Mollen, Pauline Edelson,
Jeanne Glasser, Bea and
Murray Kern.
King David Center Sylvia
Freidland and her Rhyth-
maires, Sarah Rietzfeld,
Carolyn Levin, Myrna Seigle,
Rose Kirschenbaum, Ruth
Schindler, Gertrude Kaufman,
Dorothy Danish, Sari Fried,
Sooky Stillman, Lil Werner,
Bea Rosenstein, Use and Sol
Mollen, Pauline Edelson, Bea
and Murray Kern.
Lakeside Health Center
Leonard Kahn, Dorothy
Greenbaum, Bea and Murray
Lakeview Manor Bea and
Murray Kern.
Lake Worth Health Care
Center Bernice Schreier,
Magda Jonas, Leonard Kahn,
Jack Sitrin, Henry Fox, Sol
Mason's Rehabilitation
Center Leonard Kahn,
George Altman.
Medicana Ida Mae and
Nat Allweiss, George Altman,
Sylvia Freidland and her
Morse Geriatric Center
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman,
Jewish Community Pre-
school children, Beth El
Kadima, Larry Goldberg,
Cantor Elaine Zimmerman.
Hod Hasharon Singers
Rocking Chair Melodears,
Chaplain Aides Sol and Use
Mollen. Rita and Philip Sher,
Dorothy Edelson, Bea and
Murray Kern.
Palm Beach tare Ida
Mae and Nat Allweiss, George
Palm Beach ( ounty Home
Cantor Elaine Zimmerman.
Sylvia Friedland and her
Waterford Health Center
Rita and Philip Sher.
The Jewish communit> is
dceplv disturbed b> a speech in
the Mexican Chamber of
Deputies denouncing Jews for
alleged economic crimes and
urging that "We must put a
stop to these scoundrels."
The speaker was Migue
Angel Olea Enriquez, the rep-
resentative from Chihuahua of
the Partido Revolucionario
Institucional (PRI), the ruling
party in the Mexican govern-
Official sources promptly
assured the Jewish community
that Enriquez spoke for him-
self and that his anti-Semitic
remarks in no way reflect the
position of the party or the
government. They pointed out
that Mexico's Constitution
holds all citizens equal without
regard to race or religion.
Nevertheless. the Central
Jewish Committee, official
representative of the Jewish
community, lodged protest
with government agencies and
pariiame/itary leaders and
ha\e asked fot clarifications
ot tne situation.
Although his remarks were
aimed broadly against indus-
trialists and exporters who
benefit from the devalued
Peso and allegedly squeeze
workers and object to curren-
cy restrictions, Enriquez
singled out Jew s specifically as
"experts" in speculation and
tax evaders and implied that
they are among "Mexican
traitors, shameless people and
profiteers," forgers of export
licenses who send much
needed Dollars abroad.
A Mexican newspaper Ex-
celsior, which published a
report of the speech on De-
cember 2, headlined the story
"Many Contractors Violate
the Exchange Law, Signals the
PRI." One of the subheads,
highlighted in yellow ink, read
"Urges To Put a Stop to the
Jewish Mexican Experts' ir
A telex sent by Rabbi
Marvin Hier. dean, and Rabh
Abraham Cooper, associi
dean, o/ the Simon \\ iesenthal
at Yeshiva l niversitj
is \ngeles to the Mexican
Ambassadoi in Washinj
Jorge Espinosa de los Reyes,
strongly denounced the 'out-
rageous anti-Semitic remarks"
ni Enriquez. I he two rabbis
demanded that Enrique/ "be
dismissed from his position."
The telex stated further:
"To single out and blame
Mexico's economic problems
upon its 35,000 Jews is scape-
goating in its worst form.
There should be no place in
any civilized society for this
type of behavior." Hier and
Cooper also compared
Enriquez's remarks to the ut-
terances "by Julius Streicher
and Joseph Goebbels in
Berlin, December 1933."
A spokesperson for the
v\ iesenthal Center told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agencv
last night that the Mexican
Ambassador has invited Hiei
and ( with a delegation
Mis to meet' with
him in V\ ashington on
G'ad. Correctional &
-Rabbi Alan R. 2
and Bernice Schreier "
Mexican Senator Denounces Jews
For Alleged Economic Crimes
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December 30
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January 1
New Years Day Jewish War Veterans No. 501
January 2
Brandeis University Women Boynton Beach board -1
p.m. Women's American ORT Mid Palm board-1
p.m. Women's American ORT Rishona board 9J0
a.m. Congregation Anshei Sholom Men's Club board
Hadassah Tikvah board 1 p.m. Congregations
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood 12 noon B'nai B'rith No
3016 board 3 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 3046 board-j
p.m. Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood board Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary No. 408 board 10:30 a.m.
January 3
Temple Beth El board 8 p.m. Temple Israel
Brotherhood 7:30 p.m. Pioneer Women Ezrat board
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p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Chai board 7:30 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group Century Village 10 a.m.
Women's American ORT West Palm Beach board
12:30 p.m. Women's American ORT -Golden Lakes-
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January 4
Labor Zionist of America 1 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom
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p.m. National Council of Jewish Women Palm
Beach board 10 a.m. Pioneer Women-Ezrat -
friendship function 1 p.m. Hadassah Lake Worth -
board 10 a.m. Women's League for Israel 1 p.m.
Jewish Community Center executive committee 8 p.m.
Yiddish Culture Group Cresthaven Temple Israel
Sisterhood board 7 p.m.
January 5
Hadassah Golda Meir board -10 a.m. Pioneer Women
- Theodore Herzl 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith No. 2039- board-
1 p.m. Hadassah Chai board 10 a.m. B'nai B'rith
Women Ohav 1 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Olam -
12:30 p.m. Pioneer Women Golda Meir board -10:30
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Women's American ORT Lake Worth-Covered Bridge -
12:30 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women -
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Friday, December 30,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 7
rtitism under Argentin,
Alfonsin Could Be Curtailed (JTA) ^nlacps a tho nh.,ru ___i
)7eani/ec! anti-Semitism in
bcniina a>uid be drastically
lailcd under the new
lernmeni of President Raul
[omin. according to Rabbi
he Tuinuiier, a visiting
Lessor of Bible at theSemi-
fio Rabinico Latino Ameri-
L in Buenos Aires.
fuinauer told members of
JRabbinical Assembly, who
hered here earlier this
in in for "A Day of Social
Incern," that "the current
iident has a good record on
nan rights and should the
regime be a success, we
i see a diminution of organ-
anti-Semitism in the
bntry" He cautioned, how-
[r, that the real elimination
anti-Semitism within
lentina will be a much
(der goal to achieve since
'roots are deeper in such
iTalk Peace
Continued from Page 1
:nce ot Presidents ot Major
lerican Jewish Organiza-
ms, Peres warned, however,
at the present situation in
tbanon is "dangerous and
use" and "not completely
jntrolled" and can,
lerefore. escalate into a war.
' is in the interest of all to
iscalate the present tension
>d avoid a war that can cost
arly to all of us," Peres
He said the Lebanese
luation is marked by three
toarate problems: the Syrian
resence in the country, Leba-
m's independence, and the
Iraeli insohenient in that
The Syrian forces in Leba-
"" ihould be "contained" in
nt positions until
v>ithiJra\\ completely
rountry, Peres said'.
l" lni;- major task
om dominat-
and to help
v i iemayel to
al union
">t" in an inde-
Neni I ebanon, he stated.
I'm'- said
Id unilateral!}
Fmeni hei May 17 agree-
ntwith I ebanoii and a'ppK
ne security arrangement's
'ft.e,rca nect israel's
Once the
: is implemented our
Pj) can come home." Peres
ft noting that the with-
a|ot Israeli troops can be
"e 'without waiting" for
;'la" v,,ihdrawal from
*an.on- "I am for an
Jd'ate decision on this
we. Peres said.
He also said that Israel's
demands an end to the
2 government policy of
flta Populated areas
irtv\ L j- tne Labor
ft ch;n m,y government
kZl,n the govern-
W o h ?ent Pol^y, an
7 *ar ln Lebanon,
Nive ,r,e* gvernment
k, ffl ,hc P^ce
Uld Li M'deaSt- Israel
Krr^ rcPen 'he
W 11 neS"ations with
v>, reres said.
N places as the church and
within the Peronist Party."
The Conservative Rabbi,
who now makes his home in
Israel, is spending a year in
Argentina on a special
teaching assignment. He
emphasized that the new
Alfonsin government faces an
uphill battle. It is confronted
with a $42 billion deficit,
therefore making its future
highly dependent upon the
West, especially the United
Tutnauer reported that 1983
was one of the worst years for
Argentine Jews because of the
extremely difficult economic
conditions and an exacer-
bation of anti-Semitism. He
said that anti-Semitic
periodicals can be freely found
on newsstands and that the
recent election produced
numerous anti-Semitic slurs
against candidate Alfonsin by
elements of the Peronist
The mood among the com-
munity's 225,000 Jews in
Buenos Aires is tense Tutnauer
reported. He said he was asked
not to wear his yarmulka in
the street and fellow Jews
preferred introducing him as
an American rather than as an
Comparing life in Israel and
Argentina, Tutnauer said, "In
Israel everyone is affected by
the war in Buenos Aires. There
is hardly a family who doesn't
have some association with
those missing from the
terrorist campaign." He
estimated that 30,000
Argentinians have disappeared
at the hands of these terrorists
of which about 1,500 are Jews.
"Everyone thinks these people
are dead."
He told his colleagues that if
the Peronist Party had won
the election, many Jews had
their bags packed and were
ready to leave the country
since they feared an even
greater wave ofanti-Semitism
could develop than already
exists. Therefore, he added the
threat of any future economic
crisis or a return by the
military "causes grave concern
to the Jewish community."
The Conservative spiritual
leader stated that at the pre-
ve spi
at the
sent time a burgeoning Jewish
religious community
nourishes in Buenos Aires,
thanks to the dedication of
Rabbi Marshall Meyer who
has been in the country for the
past 25 years. At present, there
exists a teachers training col-
lege, a rabbinical training
school with about 500 stu-
dents. At Meyer's congrega-
tion of 1,000 families, every
Friday between 1,200-1,500
people attend services.
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Jan. 1, 10 p.m. WHRS-FM Stereo 91 with host Dr.
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Senior News
Transportation is available
in our designated area for per-
sons 60 years of age and over
who do not drive and cannot
use public transportation. For
information and reservations,
call only between the boon of
10 a.m.-2 p.m. at 689-7703.
Kosher lunches are served
Monday through Friday at the
Jewish Community Center,
along with stimulating pro-
grams 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. For information and
reservations, call Carol Fox at
A second Hot Kosher Meal
Program is located at Congre-
gation Anshei Emuna in Del-
ray Beach. Persons residing in
Boynton Beach, Delray Beach,
and Boca Raton who wish to
avail themselves of the pro-
gram may call 495-0806 be-
tween 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. for
more information.
Meals are also delivered
daily to those persons who are
homebound. For more infor-
mation, call Carol Fox at 689-
The Second Tuesday Coun-
cil, a most active group, meets
the first Tuesday morning of
each month to plan, organize,
and conduct a variety of social
and fund raising programs.
Sam Rubin, President.
The JCC-CSSC introduces a
new class this session, Book
Review, with Ruth Graham as
instructor. Ms. Graham, who
also instructs the Writer's
Workshop, requests that class
participants try to read the
books ahead of time so as to
make the discussions in class
more meaningful. On Jan. 18
"Motherhood The Second
Oldest Profession" by Erma
Bombeck will be reviewed.
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w. Palm Beach
Receiving applications for admission to the 120-bed
long term care skilled nursing facility
MorJemly designed umi prirate
and pn.m room* lor comlofl
and inability
24-hour skilled nursing car*
by qualified professionals
' Complete medical services
Physical Therapy
-Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Social Ser,,cee
FuU program ol Recreational
Beauty end Barber Shop
Ollt Shop
Bool lopflsrdens
and spscious outdoor
Planned outings
Synagogue/ Auditorium
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Elected To
Board of UIA
Irwin S. Field of Los
Angeles, California, was re-
elected to the office of Chair-
man of the United Israel
Appeal at the Annual Meeting
of Trustees, Dec. 5. The
follow ing slate of officers were
also reelected; Mrs. Sylvia
Hassenfeld and Mrs. Bernice
Tannenbaum, Vice Chainnen;
Jack D. Weiler and Paul
Zuckerman, Treasurers;
Morris L. Levinson, Secre-
Newly elected members of
the Board of Directors are
Irving Bernstein (former
Executive Vice Chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal,
Inc.), Bernard Borine of
Philadelphia, Harry Tauben-
feld of New York City and
Mrs. Sandra Weinei of
Representing the Palm
Beaches on the Board of Trus-
tees are: Peter Cummings,
Mrs. Sylvia Hassenfeld, H.
Irwin Levy, Mrs. Jeanne Levy,
and Alan Shulman.
In his remarks, Mr. Field
stated that the most important
role of the United Israel
Appeal is to strengther the ties
between the American Jewish
communities and Israel. The
annual UJA Campaign is the
best vehicle we have to become
involved with Israel in every
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rage iu The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County / Friday, December 30,1983
Organizations in the News
Temple B'nai Jacob
To Honor Jacob Frant
A film on "Cults" and a
discussion afterwards led by
Sara Halbert, chairman of the
Cult Committee of the Re-
gional Board of B'nai B'rith
Women, will highlight the
Jan. 5 meeting of CMam Chap-
ter of B'Nai B'rith Women at
12 noon at the Social Hall of
the Challenger Club House.
Boynton Beach Chapter of
Brandeis University National
Women will attend the
matinee performance of "Bye
Bye Birdie*' at the Burt Rey-
nolds Dinner Theater on Sat-
urday, Jan. 7. Reservations
may be made by calling
Martha Sapir.
The Palm Beach West
Chapter of Brandeis Univer-
sity National Committee will
hold their next meeting on
Monday. Jan. 9, 1 p.m.. at
Congregation Anshei Sholom,
Century Village. Dr. Seyom
Brown, professor of politics at
Brandeis, will speak on
"United States and Soviet Re-
"University on Wheels"
will be the subject of the Cul-
tural Study Group Program of
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee on
Thursday, Jan. 12, 10 a.m. at
the Ramada Inn, Palm Beach
Lakes Blvd. The program will
be headed by speakers from
Brandeis University. Lunch-
eon will be served.
The BOARD of Lake
Worth Chapter of Hadassah
will meet on Wednesday, Jan.
4, 10 a.m. at the Sunrise
Saving and Loan on Gun Club
The Tikvah Chapter of
Hadassah will attend "Annie"
at the Royal Palm Dinner
Theater on Jan. 11. Reserva-
tions can be made by contact-
ing Ceyla.
The Palm Beach Evening
Chapter of Women's Ameri-
can ORT will hear Dr. Wendy
Stock, Ph.D. Sexologist, talk
on female sexuality on Thurs-
day, Jan. 5, 7:45 p.m., at the
home of Nancy and Chip
Shofstall, 1197 Woodcrest
Rd., West Palm Beach. Guests
are welcome.
"Nothing But the Best," a
new film, will be shown at the
Women's American ORT
Covered Bridge Chapter,
Lake Worth Jan. 5 Member-
ship Meeting, 12:30 p.m., at
the Clubhouse.
The Palm Beach Chapter of
the Deborah Hospital Foun-
dation will hold its next
meeting on Jan. 11, 12 noon,
at Congregation Anshei
Sholom. The bus for Seminole
Games leaves the West Gate of
Century Village on Jan. 3,
'4:30 p.m.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans No. 4M
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday, Jan. 9, at 9:30 a.m.
at the American Savings Bank,
West Gate, Century Village.
State Commander, Sam Min-
del. will be the guest speaker at
this breakfast meeting.
The Labor Zionist Alliance
Poale Zion will meet on
Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1:15 p.m.,
at the American Savings Bank,
Westgate, Century Village,
and will hear a program
entitled "The Economic and
Social Situation in Israel"
with Mai Pitkin as moderator.
The Sabra Chapter of the
Women's League For Israel
\.ill hold its next meeting on
Tuesday. Jan. 3, 1 p.m., at the
Sunrise Savings and Loan As-
sociation. Gun Club Road and
Military Trail. Sara Gimble,
Cultural Chairman of the
group, will speak about Zion-
ist affairs.
On Jan. 3, the Yiddish Cul-
ture Group will hear Fred
Kanter of the Anti-Defama-
tion League speak on anti-
Semitism. He will participate
in a question and answer ses-
sion afterwards. On Jan. 10
"The Merry Minstrels," a
varied program of Yiddish and
English songs with Harry
Stahlheimer, will be presented.
Joseph Levy will read in Yid-
Royal Palm Beach Israel Bond
First Annual Dinner Dance
will be held on Jan. 15 at the
Indian Trails Country Club.
Morris Lipstein will receive the
Lion of Judah Award.
On Jan. 15, 6 p.m., Jacob
Frant, president of Temple
B'nai Jacob, will be honored
for his untiring dedication and
commitment, announced
Nathan Summer, publicity
chairman. Rabbi Yaacov
Hilsenrath of Highland Park
Conservative Temple will be
the featured speaker.
"Rabbi Hilsenrath is com-
ing especially to pay homage
to Mr. Frant whom he worked
with for many years. The rab-
bi is an outstanding leader in
the Conservative movement,"
stated Summer.
Frant has been the mentor
in the formation of Temple
B'nai Jacob where he reads the
weekly portions of the Torah
as well as on the holidays. Al-
though Frant has been actively
involved in Jewish and general
community causes for many
years, he feels his most am-
bitious task was the comple-
tion of the temple building.
Frant is serving the congreg-
ation as president for the
seventh year. "The congrega-
tion wishes to honor Mr. Frant
for his inspiring work for our
community and for our-people
and we in\ite the community
to join with us in paying
tribute to him for all his
Jacob Frant
superb effort,," stated
Cantor Gary Kessler of
Temple B'nai Jacob and Lydia
King will present a special
music program. The congreg-
ation is in the process of com-
piling a Dedication Journal to
be given out at the Testimonial
Dinner. It will include the
history of the congregation
with Frant's achievements, the
first minutes of the temple and
other moments in history as
well as advertisements.
For more information.
contact Temple B'nai Jacob.
Religious directory
B'nai Torah Congregation
U01 N W. 4th Avenue. Boca Ra'on 33432 Phone 392-8566
Rabbi Theoaore Feldman. Sabbatr. Services Ft Jay B:15 p.nrt
Saturday 930 a m
Congregation Anshei Sholom
5348 Grove Street, West Palm Beach 33409. Phone 684-3212.
Rabbi Isaac Vender Walde Cantor Mordecai Spektor Doily
8:30 a.m. ond 7 p.m. Friday: 8.30 a.m., 5 p.m., and o late
service at 8:1 5 p.m.. followed by Oneg Shabbat. Saturday 8:30
a.m., 7 p.m Mmcha followed by SholoshSuedos
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
501 N.E 26 Avenue, Boynton Beach. Phone 586-9428 Rabbi
Avrom L. Drozm. Sabbath services, Fndoy 8:15 p.m., Saturday 9
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. West Palm Beach 33411. Phone 689-
9430. Rabbi Joseph Speiser Daily Services 8:15 a.m. and 530
p. m. Sabbath services Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9a.m., 5 p.m.,
Mmcha followed by Sholosh Suedos.
Temple Beth David
4657 Hood Road. Palm Beach Gardens 33410. Phone 694-2350
Rabbi William Marder. Cantor Earl J Uackoff Sabbath services
Friday 8 p. m., Saturday 10am
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 Mmyon 8:15 o.m
Sundoy and legal Holidays 9am.
Temple Bath Sholom
224 N.W. Avenue "G." Belle Glade 33430. Sabbath serv.ces
Friday, 8:30p.m Phone 996-3886
Temple Bath Sholom
315 N "A" Street. Lake Worth 33460 Phone 585-5020 Robbi
Emanuel Eisonberg, Contor Jacob Elmon Services Monday and
Thursday 8:l5o.m Friday 8 15pm Saturday 9o m
Temple Bath Zioa
lions Club, 700 Camel.o Dr.. Royal Palm Beach Moiling
Address: 640-101 Tra.l South, West Palm Beach 33414 Sabbath
Services Friday 8 p.m.. Saturday 8:45 o.m. Rabb. Nathan
lehzer; Cantor Chaim Baltuck. Phone 793-91 22
Temple B'nai Jacob
2177 So Congress Ave.. West Palm Beach 33406 Phone 433-
5957 Rabbi Dr. Morris Silberman Contor Gory D. Kessler Sab
bath services, 8 p.m., Soturdoy and Holidays 9am
Monday ond Thursday 9 a.m
Temple Emana-EI
190 North County Rood. Palm Beach 33480 Phone 832-0804
Rabbi Joel Choz.n, Cantor Dovid Dordosht,. Sabbath services
Friday 8:30 p.m., Soturdoy 9 a.m.
Temple Erneth
5780 West Atlantic Avenue. Delray Beach 33446 Phone 498
3536. Rabbi Bernard Silver. Cantor Seymour Z.sook Sobboth
services. 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.. Soturdoy and holiday 8 45 a m Mmyon. 8:45 o.m and5p m
Tho Treasure Coast Jewish Cantor
(Mort.n County, 3257 s Salerno Rood (oppo$e Winn.D(xie)
Stuart. Fl 33490 President Lief Grazi 1 287-7732. Friday service
8 p.m
Lake Worth Jewish Center
Co Greenacres Country Day School, North 57th Avenue and
Lake Worth Roaa, Lake Worth 33463. Phone 967-9353. Friday
n>gnt services 815 p.m.
Congregation Aitz Chaim
Century Village, West Palm Beach. Phone 689-4675. Sabbath
services 9 am and 5 p.m. Daily services 8:15 am and 6:30
p m.
Congregation Anshei Emuna
16189 Corter Road, Delray Beach, Fl 33446 Phone 499-9229
Rabbi Louis Sacks. Daily services 8a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday and
holidays 8 45 a m.
The Reform Temple of Jupiter-Tequesta
at St Jude Church (Parnsh Hall) 204 U.S. No. 1 So.; moiling
address Plaza 222. U.S. No. 1, Tequesto 33458 Phone 747 4235
President Jeanne Tarsches. Services the second and fourth
Friday of every month, 8pm
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 5.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone 391 8900
Rabbi Merle E Singer, Cantor Martin Rosen. Sabboth services
Friday 8 15 p.m. Torah Study with Rabbi Singer, Saturday 9:15
a m. Sabboth morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Beth Shalom
St. Helen's Parish Hall, 20th Avenue and Victory Blvd., Vero
Beach 32960, mailing address: P.O. Box 2113, Vero Beach, Fl
32961 2113 Rabbi Stephen Adams. Phone 1-569-0180.
Temple Both Torah
at St David's in the Pines Episcopal Retreat, Forest Hill Blvd. and
Wellington Trace, West Polm Beoch. Mailing address: 825
lantern Tree lane, West Palm Beach 33411. Friday services 8:15
p.m. Rabbi Steven R. Westman, Cantor Nicholos Fenokel. Phone
793 2700
Temple Israel
1901 No Flagler Dr., West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 833-8421.
Rabbi Howard Shapiro, Cantorial Soloist Susan Weiss. Sabbath
services, Friday 8 p.m.
at St Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall, 4000
Washington Rd., at Southern Boulevard. Rabbi Joel I levine
Cantor Rito Shore. Moiling address 5154 Okeechobee Blvd. West
Palm Beach, Fl 33409 Phone 471-1526.
Temple Sinai
ot Cason-Umted Methodist Church, corner of loke Ida Rd and
Swinton Ave., Delray Phone 276-6161. Mailing address 2005
N W 9th Street, Delray Beach 33444. Robbi Samuel Shot.
Friday services 8 15p.m.

Friday, December 30,1983 / The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County Page 11
iagogue News
Candle Lighting Time Friday, December 305tl9pm
Film "Tevye" Featured
The Adult Education Com-
Imittee of Temple Emanu-EI of
1 Palm Beach is featuring a two-
Ihour film, "Tevye," a screen
I play developed and starred by
I Maurice Schwartz who
I founded and directed the
I Jewish Art Theater in New
[York. The original play is by
ISholem Aleichem.
The film will be shown on
[Sunday Evening, Jan. 8, 7:30
p.m. at the Wershaw Social
Hall of the Temple, 190 N.
County Road in Palm Beach.
The public is invited. Suggest-
ed donation is $2 per person,
|payable at the door.
Central to the plot of the
Ifilm is the prohibition against
marriage outside the Jewish
fold and the genuine anguish
and outrage with which trans-
gressors against this ban have
always been regarded. Out-
marriage, like apostasy, has
thus been seen as a form of
Cultural Festival
The Temple Beth El 1984
Cultural Festival will present
four outstanding events whose
artistic merit reaches a new
level never before attempted
by a religious institution of
this community, according to
Janet Reiter, chairman.
The Cantorial concert,
scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 8,
at 7:30 p.m. will present Can-
tor Ben Zion Miller. An artist
of international reputation,
Cantor Miller will appear in
Announces the relocation of his office
For The Practice of Cardiology
Medical Arts Center, Suite 305
2889 Tenth Avenue North
Lake, Worth, Florida 33461
Medicare Assignment Accepted
concert with Cantor Elaine
Shapiro, the resident Cantor
of Temple Beth El, accompan-
ied by Morse Haithewaith,
pianist. The program will
include classic Hazzanic
selections, Hebrew art songs
and Yiddish folk songs.
On Saturday, Feb. 4, at 8
p.m., the Cultural Festival will
present the Miami Chamber
Orchestra, a new group of 25
virtuoso musicians.
The guest soloist for the
evening will be the great
American violinist Aaron
Rosand, who was described by
the Los Angeles Times as
counted among the
chosen few of his art."
On Saturday, Feb. 25 the
Cultural Festival will welcome
Liv Ullman, the actress and
author of the best seller
"Changing." An international
goodwill ambassador, she has
appeared all over the world
speaking on the issue of
human rights and is a devoted
friend of Israel.
The entire community is in-
vited to celebrate Purim night
with a concert given by opera
singers Misha Raitzin, and
Elinor Ross. Raitzin a leading
tenor of New York's Metro-
politan Opera and a celebrated
Cantor and an interpreter of
the Jewish musical tradition.
Ms. Ross has appeared not
only with the Metropolitan
Opera, but with the Opera
Houses of Chicago and San
Francisco and Dallas as well.
Misha Raitzin and Elinor Ross
will present a joint recital of
operatic arias and duets,
selections from Hebrew and
Yiddish music and show
music. Date: March 17 at 8
Series prices are $50 per per-
son for all four performances
or $40 per person for any three
performances. Single admis-
sion tickets will be available
the night of the performance
at $15. each.
Call Temple Beth El or mail
your check with a self-ad-
dressed stamped envelope to
Temple Beth El, 2815 North
Flagler Drive, West Palm
Beach, FL 33407.
On Friday night, Jan. 6,
Temple Beth David will be
holding a workshop after its
Shabbat evening service to
prepare the congregation for
the Shabbat dinners and serv-
ices that will be held in congre-
gants homes on Jan. 13.
Steven R. Westman will con-
clude a three-part series, "Sig-
nificant Issues in Contempo-
rary Jewish Life," with a dis-
cussion on the ordination of
women as rabbis, which has
recently come to the forefront
in the Conservative Move-
ment. Cantor Nicholas Fena-
kel will chant the musical por-
tions of the service, in which
pre-Bar and Bat Mitzvah stu-
dents will also participate.
Sisterhood Beth Kodesh will
have a meeting on Jan. 3 at
12:30 p.m. at Congregation
Beth Kodesh, 501 NE 26th
Ave., Boynton Beach. The as-
trologist, Trude Wolf will be
the featured speaker.
Rabbi Joel Levine will speak
on "Reform Judaism and
Spirituality" at Temple Judea
Sabbath Services, Friday, Dec.
30 at 8 p.m. at St. Catherine's
Cultural Center, the corner of
Southern Blvd. and Flagler
This is the second in a two
part series of reports on the
Biennial Convention of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregation in Houston,
Visitors to the community
are invited to attend services.
The junior oneg shabbat for
small children will be held
during the sermon. The regu-
lar oneg shabbat sponsored by
Sisterhood follows servics. For
more information, call the of-
On Friday, Dec. 30, Rabbi
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, Lake Worth, will
hold a regular meeting on
Wednesday, Jan. 4, in the So-
cial Hall, at 315 N. "A" St.,
Lake Worth. Coffee and cake
will be served at 12:30 p.m.,
prior to the meeting which will
feature a book review by
Helen Nussbaum.
Sisterhood of Congregation
Anshei Sholom will hold its
Board Meeting on Monday,
Jan. 2, at 9:45 a.m., and its
Regular Meeting on Tuesday,
Jan. 17, at 1 p.m., when there
will be the installation of offi-
cers with Installing Officer,
Lee Duchin.
Bar Mitzvah
Michael Zeltzer, son of Dr.
Jack Zeltzer of Lake Worth
and Marlene Zeltzer of Palm
Springs, will be called to the
Torah on Dec. 31 at Temple
Beth Sholom, Lake Worth.
Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg and
Cantor Jacob Elman will
Michael is in the seventh
grade at Congress Middle
School and is a member of the
school's soccer team. He also
is a member of the Gold Coast
Minor Ice Hockey League.
Congressmen Kemp To Speak
At Community Dinner
Continued from Page 1
to attend the Gala Community
Dinner Celebration to he?:
Congressman Jack Kemp, and
to show support for the local
needs of the Jewish population
as well as those in Israel,"
stated Myron Roberts. For
more information, contact Jay
Epstein, associate campaign
director, at the Federation of-
fice 83 2-2120.
Area Deaths
Benjamin, 75. of 3808 Set Drive. Lake
Worth, Riverside Memorial Chapel,
West Palm Beach.
Miriam. 86, Greenway Village North,
Royal Palm Beach. Riverside Guardian
Plan Chapel, West Palm Beach.
Louis, 58. of 3061 Polnclana Drive. Lake
Worth. Riverside Guardian Plan
Chapel. West Palm Beach.
Belle, 84, of West Palm Beach. Levltt-
Welnsteln Guaranteed Security Plan
Chapel, West Palm Beach.
Irving Isadore, 85, Sheffield B38,
Century Village. West Palm Beach.
Riverside Guardian Plan Chapel. West
Palm Beach.
Gilbert. 54, of 1116 Marine Way. West
Palm Beach. Riverside Guardian Plan
Chapel. West Palm Beach.
Benjamin, 80. of Century Village, West
Palm Beach. Menorah Gardens and
Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach.
Albert, 77. of Lake Worth. Menorah
Gardens and Funeral Chapel, West
Palm Beach.
Julia. 67. Wlndaon N325. Century
Village, West Palm Beach. Levltt-
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Chapel. West Palm Beach.
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