Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Uniform Title:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Portion of title:
Jewish Floridian
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Fred K. Shochet
Creation Date:
January 1, 1982
Physical Description:
8 v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Palm Beach
26.7056 x -80.0362


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

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University of Florida
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dfewlslb Floifidlami
of Palm Beach County
m conjunction with The Jewish Federation of Po!m Beoch County
> 8 Number 1
Palm Beach, Florida Friday, January 1,1982
f ra Shocntl
Price 36 Cents
Joseph Sisco Keynotes Special Gifts Meeting
[982 Annual Campaign of
sh Federation of Palm
[County was officially
at a Special Gifts
held at the home of
evy, chairman of the
Division. Joseph
tier Under-Secretary of
is the featured speaker,
i' his appraisal of the
lid East situation. Mr.
introduced by Nate
who stated that Mr.
ned the respect of the
jlitical community by
that "Peace can only
|hrough painstaking
co was directly involved
ing Arthur Goldberg,
it. d States represen-
Ithe United Nations, in
(solution 242, folio wintr
the 1967 Arab-Israel War.
Irwin Levy, chairman of the
meeting, spoke of the increasing
number of Jewish families
moving to Palm Beach County.
He pointed out that just twelve
years ago, approximately 6,000
Jews resided in the entire Palm
Beach County, while today it is
estimated there are over 50,000.
Mr. Levy spoke of the increasing
demand for services and
programs being received by the
local beneficiary agencies of the
Federation:-the Jewish Com-
munity Center, the Jewish
Family & Children's Service and
the Jewish Community Day
School. Mr. Levy pointed out
that construction has begun on a
120 bed Jewish Home for the
Aged, which will also be sup-
ported by the local Federation. In
addition, Mr. Levy stated that
we must maintain our part-
nership with the people of Israel,
who are witnessing severe
cutbacks in their social
programs, due to the high rate of
inflation and the increasing cost
of defense.
Barbara Shulman, Campaign
Chairman, announced that, to
date, the 1982 campaign has
reached a total of $1,250,000, as
compared to last year's total of
$980,000. Mrs. Shulman stated
that all campaign divisions are in
full swing, with planning and
solicitation meetings being held.
She commended the hundreds of
volunteers who are working on a
day to day basis to guarantee us
a sucessful campaign.
Dare Left to Go
itement Builds For Super Sunday '82
Pictured left to right at the Special Gifts Meeting: Dr. Joseph Sisco
and H. Irwin Levy.
State Dep't. Says Soviet
Jews Should Have Choice
17 days away and
juper Sunday '82 on
promises to be the
Ing community event
try of the Jewish Fed-
[Palm Beach County
On that day the
stion will join forces
in 26,000 volunteers
Jewish communities
North America in
million through the
live telephone cam-
ertaken by Ameri
behalf of Jewish
el, overseas and here
i unity.
Arnold Lamport,
of the Super Sunday
itremely enthusiastic
coming day. "We are
and moving toward
an unforgettable e-
than 500.000 tele-
i be made through-
Jnited State* and
our own community
re 10,000 men and
will be contacted by
inteers for their 1982
JJA pledge." The
reported that the
assigned reeponsi-
ious aspects of the
eluding their final
with only two
"We are also
pleased at the excellent response
we have received from the youth
volunteers in our community
under the co-chairmanship of
Ilene Lamport and Scott Wilson.
We know that our young people
will provide the excitement and
enthusiasm to make this day an
unforgettable experience."
The Lamperts pointed out that
there is still time for members of
the community to join board
members of every Federation
agency and men and women rep-
resenting Jewish communal
organizations and synagogues
throughout Palm Beach County
who have volunteered to become
a part of the "Winning Team."
Volunteers are still needed for the
final two sessions on Super
Sunday which will run from 6:30
p.m. to 7: 30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
to 9:30 p.m.
Super Sunday '82 will be held
in the Gallery at the Hyatt Hotel
in West Palm Beach from 9:30
a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on January 17.
There will be six two hour tele-
phone shifts of volunteers as-
signed to 55 telephones. A 46
minute orientation for volunteers
will precede each session. For
further information on how you
can become a part of the "Win-
ning Team" please contact Ronni
Tartakow, Staff Coordinator at
the Jewish Federation office.
(JTA) The State De-
partment has said that
Soviet Jewish migrants
should have their freedom
of choice to settle wherever
they wished.
Department spokesman Dean
Fisher expressed this view when
he was asked to comment on the
announcement made last week in
Jerusalem by Jewish Agency Ex-
ecutive Chairman Leon Dublin
that the Agency would refer to
HI AS only those Soveit Jews
who had first degree relatives in
the U.S. and other countries of
resettlement but that Soviet
Jews without such relatives who
left the USSR and opted to re-
settle in countries other than
Israel would have to fend for
themselves. Last month, nearly
85 percent of Jews arriving in
Vienna from the Soviet Union did
not go to Israel.
HIAS, in a resolution adopted
by its executive committee, said
it would continue to provide mi-
gration services to Jewish refu-
gees coming out of the USSR
who choose not to go to Israel.
The U.S. government is involved
because it pays most of the costs
associated with the resettlement
of Soviet Jews. It pays Israel $25
million a year and spends about
$1,000 for each emigrant going to
countries ether than Israel.
Fischer, in response to the
question on the resettlement
issue, replied: "We have seen a
report stating that the Jewish
Agency for Israel will no longer
provide any assistance for emi-
grants from the Soviet Union
who wish to resettle somewhere
other than Israel, excepting only
emigrants who wish to join
parents, children or spouses in
other countries.
"Reportedly, all other Soviet
Jewish emigrants who do not
choose to fly immediately to
Israel will no longer be assisted in
contacting other voluntary agen-
cies in Vienna, including several
United States agencies who can
help them resettle in the country
of their choice. Since we were not
consulted by the Israelis in ad-
vance of their decision to imple-
ment this new policy, we cannot
say what its actual effect may be.
has always been and will continue
to be that Soviet Jewish refugees
arriving in Vienna should have
freedom of choice with regard to
where they wish to resettle. Once
the Soviet refugees have arrived
in Vienna, we see no reason why
they should be obliged to go to
Israel if there are other countries
willing to offer them refuge."
Thering to Address Rally: Women's Plea for Soviet Jewry
}se Thering, well
(her dedication to the
nan rights and Soviet
[speak at the Women's
jviet Jewry Rally to be
[ednesday, January 6,
at the Hyatt Palm
e Rally ia being con-
he National Council of
men, Palm Beach Sec-
/omen's Division and
|y Relations Council of
i Federation.
hering, a Catholic Nun,
Bly at Seton HaB Uni-
cmth Orange, New Jer-
% she serves as Pro-
Bd' Chairperson of the
W>t of Secondary Edu-
he earned a Bachelor's
i Dominican Collage, a
om The College of St.
' a PhD from St.
"varsity. She planned
1 Seton Hall's School
First Annual
to Israel and a Uni-
versity Professor's Preplanning
Mission. At both the 49th and
50th Biennial Conventions of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, she was appoint-
ed official Catholic observer.
The issue of Catholic-Jewish
relations, concern for Israel and
Soviet Jewry have been major
themes for her lectures and aca-
demic pursuits. Since 1972, she
has been the recipient of over 18
Awards and Citations for her
outstanding efforts on behalf of
Israel and Jswish people world
wide. In being selected Woman of
the Year by Womsn'a Division of
Hias (1976), she was recognised
for her conviction "that human
rights are the cornerstone of a
free society and (bar) efforts on
behalf of Soviet Jewry, the State
of Israel, and the cause of greater
Christian-Jewish understanding
have inspired people everywhere
who revere justics."
Additionally, in her honor
thousands of trees have been
planted in Israel for her "un-
wavering kinship with Israel and
dedication to the enhancement of
Judeo-Christian harmony" by
the Jewish National Fund, and
by the Jewish War Veterans Post
No. 10, Jersey City. Square Cu-
bits on Mount Zion are sub-
scribed in her honor by the
Queens Council of B'nai B'rith
and Cliffside Park Lodge, New
Jersey. Specific recognition of her
efforts on behalf of Soviet Jews
include the New York Conference
oa Soviet Jewry, Freedom
Award, and the B'nai B'rith
Anti-Defamation League.
Cantor Betty Bobbins will pro-
vide the musics! interlude at the
Rally. Cantor Bobbins formerly
served at Temple Avodah in
Oceanside, Long Island, where
the New York Times stated her to
be "The first woman Cantor in
Jewish history." In Palm Beach
County she served as Cantor at
Temple Sinai in Delray Beach
and is presently at Temple Israel
in West Palm Beach aa then-
Director of Bar and Bat Mitzvah
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Father Raymond
Hubert, President, Ministerial
Fellowship of the Palm Beaches;
Rabbi Joel Levins, President of
the Rabbinical Council of the
Palm Beaches; and the Jewish
War Veterans Post and Auxiliary
No. 601, who will perform the
color guard. Also expected are
Father John McMahon, Michael
D. Hyman. Mayor of West Palm
Beach and Dennis Koehler. Palm
Beach Commissioner. Steering
Committee membsra are Shirk**
Blonder, Florence Wacks, Emily
Gordon and Debbie Burger. For
more information regarding the
Rally, contact the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach Coun-
ty, 832-2120, ext. 34.

TheJeuiih Floridion of Palm Beach County
Friday. January
The Following
Have Joined The
For Super
The Winning Team
:: Marilyn and
>: Arnold Lampert Co-
8 Chairmen;
:: Helen ana Loo Abrams
>: National Council o Je
ish Women
>: Bim Adler. Jewish
B Home for the Agec
Sylvia BashnoH. Yiddish
; Culture Group of Crest
& haven
Henry Bassuk. Jewish
: Federation
8 Abe and Gloria Belgard.
ft" Jewish Federation
B Barry S Berg Jewish
:: Community Center
B Sidney Berger. B'nai
: Sylvia Berger. Women's
J; American OUT
: Fred and Nettie BerK,
: Jewish Federation
v Charles and Henrietta
v Bernblitt. B'nai B'nth
;< Barbara Bernstein
:'; Jewish Federation
v Miriam Bernstein
X American Reo Mogen
X Dovid
X Shirley Bernstein Jew
$ ish Federation
Hareen Bert.sch. Jewish
$ Community Center
X Erwm and Shir
Blonder. Jewish
X for the Aged
X irma Bocknek. B'nai
S B'rith
8 Pauline Braver Century
* village
* Ceiia Brody. Jewish
X ceoeration
: Robert Burger. Jewish
X Community Center
;:; Rhonda Cohen. Jewish
X Community Center
X Alexander and Alice
v Cohn, B'nai B'rith
:: Sy and Rhoda Cole. Jew
X ish Federation
''. Esther Colon, Hadassah
Ruth Cooper. American
Israeli Lighthouse
Carl Davis. Temple Beth
Judy Devore. Jewish
Community Center
Mildred K Drees.
National Council of Jew
ish Women
Annette Oubey. Pom
ciana Place
Victor Duke. Jewish
Rutne Eppler. Jewish
Gertrude and Herbert
Edelstein. B'nai B'rith
Anne Engelstein. Pio
neer Women
Jay Epstein. Jewish
Philip M Farbman.
Poinciana Place
Eugenia Feldman.
National Council ot Jew
ish women
Philhp Wm Fisher.
Jewish Federation
Susan Shulman Fisher.
Jewish Federation
Grace Fortgang. Cen
tury Village
... Hy Fox. Century Village
X Elizabeth S Preilictv
:;: Jewish Federation
X Jeanne Glasser. Jewish
X Federation
J| Sara Glenn. Jewish
Community Center
': Rebecca Godny. Cen
B tury Village
::: Larry and Stella Gold
v berg Jewish Federation
{> Manya Goldberg.
:> Congregation A i t J
i |ft: Chaim
y. Martin Goldberg, jew
y. sh Community Center
'& Nea Goldberg, Jewish
g: Family & Children's
B. Service
Lea Golden. Women's
3>; American ORT
: Rose Goldfarb. Crest
v: haven Yiddish Culture
ft: Group
Frank Goldstein. Crest
haven Yiddish Culture
Osna Goodf riend.
Jewish Family 1 chil
; dren's Service
Mr and Mrs Milton G
Goodman. Poinciana
Steve Gordon. Jewish
Eva Green. Jewish
Esther Groman. B'nai
Hank Grossman. Jewish
Sandy Grunfher. Jewish
Family a, Children's
Jarrv Hartman. Jewish
Laura He-mann
lo gat a-s-< SM y-
C t mberman Congre
ga* on A-she-Shotom
Gertrvo* H.iton Marts)
Culture Grour : C-es'
Eva H'sc" e v-
Abraham- arv VV:
man jew III CM
munity Ce"f
Arnolo J ho"8- .e*
ish Feoeration
David ana Bess* no*
man B na B '"
Sfanie. Ht"- r* j-
Federa" or
Claire j**e .mi"
Feder a'or
Florence jarkow
Centur, Village
Harr> H Johnson
Rapoic sc-- =eoe'
Howard and Oetr ,.
Jew v Cor-*"." Oa
Part, kate jew-sf
Paula Ruth .ais .e
ish Federation
Ann and Mc- 5 ke- e*
B'na> B
Murra. ana Bea Kern
Jew sn Famii, & C-
dren s Serv.ce
Renee Kessler Jew V
Florence Kieff Te~r
Beth e
Dor.s King. Ha' ys
Council of Je* sr
Gladys Kieoanoff
Centur, Village
Paul and Carole Kien
Jewish Federation
Nat Kosowski Tempie
Beth David
A R Kramer P.ooeer
Belie Kreit women's
American 0RT
Hilda Kriegei. Jewish
Federal on
Minna and Stanley
Kroll. Temple Emanu
Keith jewv
Haviva Langenauer
Jewish Federation
Betty Lapidus Jewsr.
Blanche Liebowitt.
American Red Magen
Harry Lerner. Congre
gation Anshei Shokjm
She Lesser
Julius Levrne B'na
Jacob Congregation
May Z Levrne. Temple
Beth El
Sieve Levitt. Jewish
Family i Chiidrens
Anita Levy,
Jeanne Levy, Jewish
Mark and Stacey Levy
Jewish Federation
Sylvia Lewis. Jew.sf
Rooert ana Cynn* List.
Jewish Federation
Enid Lunit:, Pomciana
Fann.e Maowed. Tern
pie Betn Snolom
Isaac Maixm Jewish
Culture Group of Crest
Anna Marcus. Congre
gat.on Anshei Shokjm
Man. L Menoel. Jewish
Common.t, Center
Sophie Menschenfreund.
Congregation Anshei
Fanme Merberg.
Sybil Lee Miller, Temp^
Beth Shotom
Manny and Minim
Mirsky Jewish Feder
Frieda Mitchell.
Congregation Aifi
Joseph and Esther
Moiat, Jewish Feder
Shirley Mondschem.
B'nai B'rith
Bernard Newman, Jew
sh Federation
Larry and SueOcnstem.
Jewish Federation
Syden Parts. Temple
Helen Perkis. Jewish
Culture Group of Crest
Louis Penman, Congre
gation Anshei Shotom
var.j Pe" -ew'Sf>
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Tony Rose J* s-
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Bamet* and T i..e
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Haroio and VO'a Saia-*
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David Sandier B'na-
Edna h Sanos. 'empte
Adeie Sayies jewsh
Family 1 Ch..d'e^ s
Ruth Schectman Con
gregation Anshe
Norman J Schimelman. Feder at on
Gertrude Schorr.
Fann, Schwarft,
Rose a Schwarn p
neer Women
L..a Seaier Jewish
Fedf at on
Herman L Seltzer
Boynton Beacr
Morr.s ano B na B -
Florence Shap r0
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Harry Shapiro Congre
gatonAnshe Snoon-
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GrTrvoe S Sneoa-s
Rabo Aian r Sherman Feaeraton
Doroth, Snes.nger
I' B Shore. Bna.
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Fa. Shuiman. Congre
3'M Silver-ran
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Jui.a ano Bema-o
Simon B'na. B -
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Lenore Singer congrt
gat,onAnshe ShotonT
Ruth S.nger. Hadassah
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Ida Sternheim. Au.
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tommomty Center
Rhooa Swir.n Hadassah
Ronm Tartakow. Jewish
Feder a' on
jerome Tisnman. Jew
V Federation
Ma and Joan Tochner.
Jewish Federation
touis and Bea Tuck
man. National Council of Women
Mr ano Mrs David
Turetsky. B'nai B'rith
Florence Wacks.
Natonai Council of Jew
,sf Women
Sam Wadier. Temple
Beth El
jud'th and Neil Waitzer.
,t+ sh Federation
Gertrude Weishaus. A>rz
Ch*m Congregation
Ben Weisman. Temple
Bern Ei
Heien and Dave Welsh
Temple Bef E
. -15 W'eoman B na.
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jno Aiy.r w kHI
s. jew s" Federation
F-ances Witt. Jewish
Community Center
Barbara Wunsh Jewish
Feder a' y
Peer Wunsh Jewish
Feder at on Con
gregaton a z Cha.m
Miftfiit Vu'k Yiddish
Cultural Group of Crest
R cnaro Zaresk je*
sn Feoeraton
Hilda M Zen. Temple
V eftati Zimmerman Federation
= :-ara G Shugarman
Jewish Feoerat.on
Members Of The
Jewish Community
Yegtti Council Joined
"The Winning Team'
Super Sunday B
Temple Beth EI
Adam Bassuk
Joyce Lampert
Judy Tenzer
Susan Tenzer
Sharon Siomowitz
Meian.e Schonberg
Wendy Wagner
Scott w.ison
Kenny Zuckerberg Kay
Jett Tochner
Jett HWmstock
Rena Horowitz
Larry Goldberg
Temple Jutfea
Er.c Samuels
Sandy Geschel
Jack Dome
M.chaei uit'enberg
Susan Mitteldorf
Brett Nelson
Danny vogei
Howard Huisa
EH.e Berger
Sarah Chane
Shern Mitteldorf
Temp* Beth Tar ah
Keith Edefman
Sue Franklin
Rooert Smith
Nancy Farber
Cher.i Kramer
Pam Damesex
lot, King
*hdrea Cohan
Donna T ashman
Robyn Dukeman
Paul Raskm
Meian.eRas.. -
F-am Roberts
Marc Cohen
lien* Cohen
Lorber, Friedman, Schnitt
Head Fountains Campaign!
Barbara Shulman. General
Campaign Chairman of the 1982
Jewish FederationUnitedJewiBh
Appeal Campaign, announced
that Dr. Jerome W. Lorber has
accepted the position- of Chair-
man of the Fountains Division.
In making the appointment,
Mrs. Shulman stated. "We are
tremendously pleased that Dr.
Lorber, a man dedicated to Jew-
ish causes throughout his life-
time, has accepted this chair-
manship. The Fountains has a
marvelous reputation in our com-
munity, and I am confident that
their success will continue under
Dr. Lorber's able leadership."
Dr. Lorber, a resident of the
Fountains for the past nine yean,
has been associated with Jewish
communal activities both in Palm
Beach County and in New York
City for many years. He was
instrumental in establishing the
Israel Bonds drive at the Foun-
tains and has been honored by
them on many occasions. Dr.
Lorber has also been very active
in Federation-L'JA culminating
in his acceptance of the chair-
manship of the Fountain's
Division. An active member of
Temple Beth El. West Palm
Beach. Dr. Lorber has traveled to 1
Israel a number of times, moat
recenth with his entire family.
Upon accepting the poet. Dr.
Lorber stated. "I have a chal-
lenging task before me but I
know that I will have the full
support and cooperation from my
co-chairmen and the many fine
residents of the Fountains to help
us make this our most successful
campaign ever."
Assisting Dr. Lorber as co-
chairmen are Dorothy Friedman
and Albert Schnitt. Mrs. Fried-
man, a native of Westchester,
N.V has bean active with the
Fountains nampfiign since its in-
ception. She is an organizer of the
Women's League for Israel and
has participated in numerous
missions to Israel.
Albert Schnitt has been active
in the Federation-UJA and Israel
Bonds campaigns at the Foun-
tains for several years. A member
of the board of directors of the
Fountains Country Club and the
Lake Worth Chapter of B'nai
B'rith. Schnitt was very active in
Jewish affairs in Queens, New
York prior to his retirement in
Florida where he was a founder of
the Israel Center of Hlkreat
The Fountains will hold a spe-
cial gifts cocktail party on behalf
of the 1982 Federation-UJA cam-
paign on Thursday. January 14
m Fountain Hall. The guest
speaker will be Barbara Shulman.
The annual Golf Tournament-
Dr. Jerome W. Lorber
Albert SdwHt
Luncheon wm take place Sunday,]
January 24.
Committee members workafj
on these events are:
Bernice Brett, Si and Kate |
Diamond, Nancy Dicksos.
Harriet Draizin. Irene Ehna-I
reach, Fritxie Frank. Dorothy
Friedman. Ruth Friedwa,
Albert and Shirley Golden, kh |
Goodman. Nat and Madrid
Grossman. Al and Esther Gn> j
bar, Irving Horowitz. Jerry sad
Roth Lorber. Irving and Ins* I
Manning. Mim Meetel, Nat tad
Ida Polan. Hemy Poses, H
schel and Bianca Rosenblum, Bi ]
ffrhhwtbtTg. Al and France)]
Schnitt. Mac Segal. Jerry and'
Pep Sflveretein. Joe and Don
Snyderman. David and no*
Uchill, Sam Youner.
Silk Chosen Honorary Chairmaii
For Royal Palm Beach
Mr. Louis Silk has assumed
the Honorary Chairmanshk) of
the 1982 Jewish Federation-Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal fund raising
campaign in Royal Palm Beach.
Lou has been chairman at Royal
Palm Beach for a number of
years, and was greatly reeponsi-
e or the continual annual in-
cf**** in the number of gifts and
the total (iouars derived from
Silk and his committee chair-
men are planning s two-stage
^mp^gn: a golf and tennis tour
n*ment at Indian Trail Country
*-fcib on January 28 for special
* d a general sobchation in
February and March.
that George Bartlett and Sam
lnu*> wfllbe co * golf Uwrnament. while
t*rge Wise will supervise the
tennis tournament A Women's
I seas Ma
uajTV.i al sseirisa He fesU
fident that this type of resp*"

iday, January 1, 1982
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
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Standing Alex Gruber;aeated left to right Jack Seller and Albert Dreitzer

Left to right Joseph Siaco, Irving Kaufman ami Mike Yulman
Left to right Morris Messing. Miles Fiterman, B. J. Harris
M 1 ^r & 1
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Uft to right Nathan Apple man, Mania Meaaing
Left to right Larry Ochatein, Leroy Goldstein
Uft to right Herbert Gfcard, Alan Shubnan, Arthur Gladatone. Petnr Rapaport
Left to right Harold Kaplan, Barbara Shulman, 1962 General Campaign
Peter Cumminga.
Chairman and

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Number 1
I One-Way Schizophrenia
Our sweet things at the State Department had
I the proper words for it. The Golan Heights'
\disposition must be subject to ultimate negotiation
I a buzz word for Israeli concession. But Israel has
I forever been saying it would never give up the Golan
I Doesn't anybody listen? And even if Israel wanted to
I return the Golan, to whom would it return that tiny
; peace of geography? You cant talk turkey with
\ Syrians who call you an "entity." who don't even
! recognize your existence.
We are not about to go into the critical strategic |
: significance of the Golan. Or about how Syria used to i
| use it to spy on Israel and then lob shells onto Israeli
i settlements across the border. We have done that
: often enough before.
The issue, it seems to us. is this one-way schizo-
: phrenia. The symptoms are simple. Israel must act
; responsibly and according to the law. Nobody else
i has to. Just look at that silly collection of entities at
the United Nations. Starting with the Kremlin.
You'll never hear any of them tell Syria that, if
they want their territory back, they must sit down
and talk to the Israelis about it. You'll never hear it
in Washington, either.
State Dep't One-Notere
Speaking of the Golan Heights annexation, no-
body says a word about the failure of the mission of I
^ special presidential emissary Philip Habib. who i
game home with hiatail between bis legs the other f
| week, mumbling little nothings that referred to the i
I ceasefire in Lebanon and how it was still holding.
fe What Habib never managed to do was to get
| byna to move those missiles out of place that it
15?* S? L^>UMD ^ summer, and about which I
the I sraehs have issued warning after warning that %
| their patience with the shuttle diplomacy gigmust
I ultimately wear thin. ;8HS
Besides which, the ceasefire still hokW> The
I control of the Palestine Liberation Organization
I lation of the ceasefire agreement.
I.M. mS* "* UtUe tidbit ^ we *"* look
fwathbattaw amusement at the State Departments
i SSLwTS aftCr "** bombshell that the
| Golan s disposition is a matter of ultimate oeeo
I ESS/" WhT doe8 that dUdd of "xmy^ous
Although the Oral Hietory
promis tdl in iu sarry
angei a number of the aster-
viewers in thia project hsm
bafua to aae thaw work put to
uae. In accordance w*h a grent
from the Florida Endowment far
the lluiiianitiaa the Jewish
Federation of Pahn Beach Coun-
ty has a group of trained inter
viewers who are reaching out into
the community to conduct tar-
view* and to tape record the re-
collections of member* of the
Jewish community While moat
of the ooOactaon will deal w*h
reaidenta of the area who have
kved bare far more than forty
years and who can renuniace
about life in thia area in those
early days, the program ia also
interested in compiling the
memoir* of Jews who have come
from unusual backgrounds
The completed collection ia to
be archived at various colleges
and universitiea for the use of
scholars and historian* of the
future, but 'here have been
everal recent opportunities to
make use of the work. Ann Bhch-
er was one of the first interview-
ers to participate in the project,
and she taped an interview with
Dr Barney Bucher, the first Jew-
h dentist to settle here. As a re-
sult of thi* interview. Dr. Bucher
was called upon to lecture to the
Oral History Committee and to
serve as a resource about what
life was like fifty year* ago. Dons
Singer interviewed Mr*. Virginia
Argintar. and some of these
memoirs were incorporated m a
program of Temple Israels His-
torical Sabbath. Jean Rubin.
Director of the Comprehensive
Sensor Services at the JCC. inter-
viewed Mr. Jack Kant, who waa
born in Kishinev Russia 95 years
ago. Mr. Kant was than invited
to lecture to a Jewiah history
das* at the Midraaha High
School Excerpts from Evelyn
Blums interview win Ann
Blxher will be presented live at s
Sisterhood moating at Temple Is-
rael Alec Jacobaon another of
the trained interviewee went
outside the project to interview a
good friend of his who wanted a
tape of his memoirs for his chil-
Other Oral Historians who
have been trained and who ara
pertkipeting in the project ere:
Leua Seidler. Mouie Psttemwn.
Syhna Lewi*. Grace l*ts*aaam
Martha Nadetman. Be* and
Murray Kern, Edythe Zucker
berg. Honey and Beraie PUsekax
Shirtae Blonder. Anne Saotfcm.
Debbie Bras*. Bobbe Taflel
Marat Myerson. and RWrf,
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Jewish Federation/UJA
Calendar of Events
January 10-16
January 16
January 1^
January 26
February 18
March 21
April 18
Palm Beach Hi-Rise Super Week
Federation Shabbat
Super Sunday
Thp Rr^Ual %*** Beach Community Dinner
1 he Breakers, Guest Speaker Congressman
Tom Lantos
United Jewish Appeal National Dinner at
The Breakers
Women's Division Victory Gala
Women's Division Phone-A-Thon

iday. January 1,1962
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 5
Moskowitz to Chair
Village Roy ale
On The Green
Al Moskowitz of Boynton
ach has assumed the chair-
jnship of the 1982 Federation-
fnited Jewish Appeal campaign
I Village Royale on the Green for
he sixth consecutive year, and
inounced Murray Collier as his
Mr. Moskowitz is a native New
porker and received his edu-
at ion in that city. He attended
be City College of New York
Dm which he received a BS and
JHA degree, followed by a
(aster of Arts degree from New
fork University.
Professionally, Al taught
lealth and Physical Education
New York's secondary school
/stem for 35 years. He also
ached soccer and football
earns and was associated in
arious capacities with youth
ips over a 20 year span. He
kwned and managed his own
kummer camp in Pennsylvania
Dr the same number of years.
Mr. Moskowitz was president
\>i his building in the condomin-
jm complex and was instru-
aental in founding and de-
veloping a number of on-going
ctivities and organizations at
Allege Royale on the Green.
Al has continually been in-
volved in Jewish communal af-
fairs, participating actively in
t'nai B'rith, the annual Israel
iBond Drive, the United Jewish
lAppeal and the Men's Club of
Temple Beth Sholom. He is also a
[member of ZOA, the American
IJewish Congress and a Hadassah
[associate. Mr. Moskowitz visited
I Israel twice and has traveled ex-
[tensively in Europe, Canada,
I Mexico and throughout the Unit-
led States.
Murray Collier is a native New
I Yorker who attended New York
! University at night. Pro-
fessionally, he was a stockbroker
and also a salesman for National
Epstein and Goldstein Co-Chair Cresthaven Campaign
Carl Epstein and Frank Gold-
stein will co-chair the Cresthaven
1982 Federation-UJA fund-
raising campaign on behalf of Is-
rael and our local helping agen-
Mr. Epstein is entering his
eighth year as a guiding figure in
the campaign, and this year will
concentrate his efforts in the
Villas section of Cresthaven. Carl
is a native of Brooklyn and
received a law degree from
Brooklyn Law School in 1932. He
practiced law for 10 years and
then served as a claims examiner
with the Veterans Administra-
tion for 19 years.
Epstein has selected his basic
solicitation team consisting of
George Strassler, Irving Ob las.
Ben Moss. Bill Luchin, Louis
Container Corp.
Murray has worked for UJA
and Federation for 48 years. He
was chairman of the annual
breakfast at Temple Beth Elohim
for several years and chairman of
Jewish Big Brothers. He also
worked with problem children for
14 years. He is a member of B'nai
B'rith and Temple Sinai.
In inaugurating the 198? Cam-
paign a luncheon was given on
December 9 at the home of Al and
Us wife, Anne, for the chairmen
of the 14 buildings comprising
Village Royale on the Green.
Present were: Louis Flaum, Max
Harris, Be i Isen, Max Kaplan,
Roslyn Kupperman, Irving Koch,
William Marx, Anne Moskowitz,
Jack Schwartzburg. Harry Selt-
zer, Murray Collier, Co-Chair-
, man. and Al Moskowitz, Chair-
Anyone in Village Royale on
the Green wishing to assist Al
and Murray can reach them at
their homes.
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Member FWC Member Federal Reaerve System
The Sisterhood of Beth Kodeah
will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at
12:30 p.m. The program will be
presented by the First American
Bank of Palm Beach County.
The Congregation Beth
Kodeah is pleased to announce
that the members were advised
by their Building Committee that
an architect is now fiwaltefrig
plans for the construction of their
new synagogue. The anticipated
time of completion is scheduled
for July, 1982.
Carl Epstein
Berman, Abe Halpsrin, Norman
Marcus, Dan Herbstman, and Ir-
ving Weisberg. Additional
workers are being recruited.
Frank Goldstein will chair the
Town Homes area of Cresthaven.
He is from Monroe, N.Y., and
served in the school system of
New York City as a teacher and
principal for 34 years.
Although Frank is a part-time
resident of West Palm Beach, his
previous commitment to Jewish
Communal affairs motivated him
Frank Goldstein
to accept this post in the cam-
Mr. Goldstein has enlisted
David Hilton, a veteran fund
raiser, to campaign in Phase 1,
Benjamin Lewis to handle the
solicitations in Phase 2 and Paul
Oblas to handle Phase 4. Frank
will handle Phase 3 as an addi-
tional responsibility.
Both groups have participated
in workers' training sessions, and
the Cresthaven campaign is
under way.
>Wa/i/ity >yfv/i<{ Alfred Golden, Executive Vice President
Keith Kronish, Manager
Carl Groeeberg
Riverside Memorial Chapels
The most respected name
a> 'at al at* al
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Not surprising,if s River-
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to enhancing Jewish education,
you'd understand. If you've
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At Riverside, we have
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Leo Hack, V.P., Religious
Sam Rosenthal
Kenneth Kay, V.P.
Keith Kronish, F.D.
Harvey Pincus, F.D.
Douglas Lazarus, F.D.
Carmen Serrano, F.D.
Robert Burstein
Arthur Zweigenthal
Isaac Nahmias
Samuel Golland
Jules Fischbein
Elaine Gardner
Lena Rothfeld
Bernard Eilen
Sol Silver
Charlie Blumkin
Ida Rosenberg
Barney Selby
I Edward Dobin
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Organizations //i The News
Tikvah Chapter
January 6: Rally for Soviet
Jewry at the New Hyatt House
at 1 p.m. Admission tree.
January 18: Regular Meeting
at Anshei Sholem 1 p.m.
Boutique 12 noon. Entertainment
by Helen Bernstein, concert
January 27: Royal Palm
Dinner Theatre "Gypsy" and
luncheon. Call Frances Rose or
Regina Parties.
February 15: Regular meeting
at Anshei Sholem 1 p.m.
Boutique 12 noon. Special
program on Hawaii by Roz
Watch for details about Burt
Reynolds Theatre on March 3 .
"Robber Bridegroom" and the
Lido Spa April 25-29.
You still have an opportunity
to attain the lithograph donated
in memory of Myra Ohrenstine's
husband. Joe. bv Edna Hibel,
world renowned artist, in support
of Hadassah Cancer Research.
Call Martha Fein or Pauline
March 25: Musical 'Side
By Side, By Side, By Side" at
the Stage Company Theatre
(Clematis Street) 2 p.m. Call
Frances Rose.
Shalom W. Palm Beach Hadas-
sah will meet Wednesdav, Jan
20,12:30 p.m.. at Anshei Sholom.
Century Village, West Palm
Beach. Guest speaker. Sarah
Nussbaum, will discuss. 'What
Do You Know About Hadassah
Medical Organization?''
Calendar: Jan. 12, a Day at
Hialeah. Call Gene Fermagiichor
Belle Kreit.
Feb. 25. Pledge Luncheon at
The Breakers, for the benefit of
Hadassah Medical Organization.
Sylvia Citrin or Estelle Kashdan.
Apr. 18-21, Lido Spa. Fran
Nudelman or Flo Siegel.
May 10, Knoxville 1982
World's Fair, choice of seven or
eight day tour. Fran Nudelman
Flo Siegel, Lill Schack.
May 5, luncheon and matinee,
"Pirates of Penzance," Royal
Palm Theatre. Ida Goetz, Sylvia
We welcome all Hadassah
winter residents as well as mem-
bers and friends to Shalom meet-
ings and activities. Winter resi-
dents may contact Renee Simon
for any desired information.
coming ___
chairmen Edith Blyn, 689-9686
and Ruth Mann.
March 17: "Royal Family" at
the Palm Dinner Theatre,
Dorothy Segelin, 686-5843.
March 30: Donor luncheon at
The Breakers Hotel. For Donor
call Bertie Zobelsky. 689-7191.
March 28: Education Day,
Esther Groman, chairman, 10
April 18-21: Lido Spa, note
change of date, Mary Rodd. 683-
9651, Dorothy Segelin, 686-5843.
April 28: "Pirates of Pen-
zance" at The Royal Palm
May 9: Sunday thru Friday
Knoxville World's Fair.
Next Deborah Chapter meet-
ing will be held Friday, Jan 15 at
12 noon at the First Federal of
Delray. Installation of officers
will take place. The well-known
Shoshana Flexer will entertain
with her delightful repertoire of
Songs and Lyrics. Refreshments
will be served. A super mystery
ride will be held Sunday, January
10 surprises galore and many
facets of entertainment and
eatery. Call Selma Marmorstein
689-8157 or Pearl Kolbert 689-
1717 for reservations. By popular
demand we are having another
stay at the Lido Spa March 28-
31. Enjoy this extra special
pampering. Call Pauline Berg
689-3568 and hear all about it.
Theodore Herzl Club of Pioneer
Women will hold their regular
meeting on Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. at the
Lake Worth Shuffleboard Courts.
1121 Lucerne A ve.
Lillian Cutler will present a
book revue entitled Ronald
American Mizrachi Women,
Rishona Chapter will hold a
luncheon and card party Sunday,
Jan. 10, in our clubhouse at 11
a.m. Tickets, Ann Strobin.
Our regular meeting and book
review by Esther Spielvogel. All
members and guests invited
Tune: Jan. 12 at 1 p.m. at Anshei
West Palm Beach Chapter of
Women a American ORT will
hold a meeting on Tuesday, Jan
12 at 12:30 at Anshei Sholom
lemple. An interesting afternoon
has been arranged. Our President
January 7: "Gypay" at the
Royal Palm Dinner Theatre (a
waiting list) Chairman Sylvia
Lipnick, 689-3024, Esther Colon,
January 26: Youth Aliyah
annual luncheon at Apple Tree
Inn. Sherbrooke bus round trip
$2.25, Chairman Sylvia Lipnick.
January 28: Study group C.V.
Clubhouse. Sarah Gimbel will
discuss the book "The Pledge"
by Leonard Slater, time 3 o m
Excerpts by Sylvia Diamond.
_. Ffbr1?' 10: Trip to w-
glades Sylvia Diamond l 686-3121
or Essie Goldberg 686-47J9.
February 24: Youth Activities
luncheon and card party at
Masaey's $6.50 at 11:30 ajn.,
(Trucki Sc Motor Hornet Too!)
Eor Yean Tan SO Office*
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Carolyn Ring and her husband,
Jack, will show us some exciting
slides taken on their recent trip to
On Saturday, January 16 (date
changed from 141, West Palm
Chapter has arranged a full
course luncheon (like a dinner) at
Bodo's at 11:30; then to Matinee
showing of "Cabaret" at the
State Company at 2 p.m.
Monday, February 1. Chinese
luncheon and card party at the
Peking Palace, at Century
Corners, starting 11:30 thru 4.
Please call Helen Presky for
March 7, Sunday evening per-
formance of "Funny Girl" at
Lake Worth Playhouse. Call Rose
Wolf for tickets ... a few more
left. .
The South Florida Jewish Civil
Service Employees takes pride in
announcing its First Anniversary
and Installation Luncheon on
Sunday, January 10, at 12 noon,
at Seasons Challenger
Country Club at Poinciana Place,
Lake Worth.
The installing officer, The
Honorable Judge Abraham M.
Roth, of the New York Criminal
Court, will be installing the
following officers for the years
1982-83 :
President. Sid Levine; 1st Vice
president. Ben Klarreich; 2nd
Vice President. Ted Frolow;
Secretary, Jeanette S. Levin;
Corresponding Secretary,
Michael Malbin; Financial
Community Relations Council Speakers available
Topics Israel, Community Concerns, Soviet
Jewry, Energy, Holocaust
- For information and bookings, contact
Rabbi Alan R. Sherman's office
at the Jewish Federation of Palm Bench
Secretsry, Freda Snyder
Treasurer, Renee Klarreich
Sergeant at Anns, Mark Groden
Historian. Julius Conn; 3 Term
Trustee, Daniel Levey; 2 Term
Trustee, Bernard Simon;
Trustee, Eli Rosenthal; Auditor,
Harry Silver; Chapter Rep-
resentative to National, Louis
Koppelman; Alternate, Sol
(Charlie) Katz; Legislative and
Organizational, George S. Brook-
man; Social and Hospitality,
Minns Malbin, Mimi Groden,
Sylvia Burke.
The guest speaker will be the
Honorable Mayor Dennis F. Dor-
sey of Lake Worth.
All members and friends are
welcome. Reservations requ^
prior to January 6. FoV^
nette 8.
formation contact Jt
Tr Chapter wiU not hold it,
n*ulr monthly meeting Z
January, due to the New\,
Holiday Weekend. "
February 7, at 2 Pm *.
Chapter wfll bold ,u> regojj
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West Palm Beach. There wit
an.interesting guest speaker, and
collation at 1 n.m. prior to
meeting. All members and guetti
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I January 1, 1882
nuary 5 Yiddash Culture
ent Morria Goldberg a
isant singer in a series of
rcompanied by Dorothy
Eg (no relation).
Steinberg Tell a lady
, delighted ua many times
rill read (or ua in English
rn inimitable way.
, Dacher, our Yiddish
I will play the Hawaiian
T accompanied by Ethel
j on the piano, and George
[on the banjo.
January 12 we will feature
program. The artists
gating will be The Ruth
[Group, with singer Ann
m baritone Jack Zuckerman
| Ruth Hyde, musical
j at the piano. The pro-
i is called Golda Meir,' a
. written by and narrated
capable Lee Duchin.
Rifkin, an eloquent
from Boca Raton will
out Israel.
ausical trio, consisting of
Birnbaum, piano,
Kahn, cello and Sy
violin, will play Israeli
January 19 program of
h Culture will present
Savitt, singer, accom-
I on the piano by the ever
ative Ethel Philips.
twJo?^ J^T nuent r*d the Jewish classics will briefly
read for us.
The giftad Fanny Uahkow and
her equally gifted sister Dora
Roeenbaum will play four hands
on the piano.
On January 26 Yiddish Culture
presents Joseph Rownin, s very
pleasant sounding singer ac-
companied on the piano by our
Ethel Philips.
Dora Dacher will read for us
briefly and The Musical Friends,
consisting of Lillian Kessler,
singer and pianist and the violins
of Jacky Lorber, Phil Herman
and Sam Finkenthal, will enter
All programs start at 10 a.m.
in the auditorium.
Palm Beach Lodge
January 8, Friday: Regular
monthly meeting at the First
Federal of Delray Bank at 12:30
January, 22, Friday: Installa-
tion of Officers for 1982, luncheon
at 11:30 a.m. and card party at
The Sweden House. Grand Lodge
Officers from New York will offi-
ciate at the Installation of
Officers. Please contact Ruth
King, 689-0039 for reservations.
February 21, Sunday: Annual
dinner and dance at Ramada Inn
at 6 p.m. Please contact Ruth
King, 689-0039 for reservations.
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 7

Support ERA
ts than three months remain
florida to ratify the Equal
Amendment. The State
ture convenes on January
62. and will end its session
Amendment itself consists
j words which are consistent
[several other constitutional
^dments. The complete text
ction 1. Equality of rights
' the law shall not be denied
ridged by the United States
1 state on account of sex.
ction 2. The Congress shall
power to enforce, by
priate legislation, the pro-
as of this article.
ction 3. This amendment
effect two years after
late of ratification."
fie last time the Amendment
voted upon in Florida it
the House of
ntativee and lost in the
! by two votes. A concerted
n is underway to assure
but much help is need-
members who have
orted ERA in the past
Bid be thanked and encour-
to continue to vote "yea."
who have been negative
I be contacted either par-
ly or by telephone, wires or
<*fa the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council and the Council of Jewish
Federations support ratification
of the Equal Rights Amendment.
Among the national Jewish
organizations who are working
actively for ratification are:
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, B'nai
B'rith-ADL, B'nai B'rith
Women, Hadassah, Jewish Labor
Committee, Jewish War Veterans
of the USA, National Council of
Jewish Women, Pioneer Women,
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, United Syna-
gogue of America-Women'a Lea-
gue for Conservstive Judaism
and Women's American ORT.
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the deadline for the filing of
applications by Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution, who may be
eligible to receive grants from the
Claims Conference Hardship
Fund until December 31, 1982.
More than fifty million D.M.
were paid out already to eligible
The Hardship Fund is intended
primarily to handle applications
from such Jewish victims of Nazi
persecution who left Eastern
Europe after 1966 when the dead-
line for filing claims under the
German Indemnification laws ex-
pired. Other peraecutees who fail-
ed for very valid reasons to file
timely indemnification claims in
the past may also apply to the
Hardship Fund.
Applications may be obtained
from the: Claims Conference
Hardship Fund, 15 East 26
Street, Room 1356, New York,
N.Y. 10010.
Mrs. Dorothy Rautbord has
been named Honorary Patron of
the Arts of the 1962 Palm Beach
Festival, it was announced by
Dala Heaops, Managing
Since its inauguration in 1978,
the Palm Beach Festival has
honored an outstanding citizen
from Palm Beech County who
has made significant con-
tributions to the country's cul-
tural development.
Marilyn Hoadley, President of
the Palm Beach Festival, praised
the selection of Mrs. Rautbord
and said, "Dorothy Rautbord s
lifelong interest in the arts and
her great generosity and loyalty
to their expression is outstand-
ing. She is a true patron of the
arts in every sense snd Palm
Beach County i& indeed fortunate
to have her inteiest and support
for these ideals.'' .
Mrs. Rsutbord's energies have
benefited many deserving
organizations. She has been on
the Board of Directors of the
Lyric Opera of Chicago, the
Chicago Symphony, the Chicago
Contemporary Museum and
Roosevelt University, aa well aa
|the Oriental Art Committee for
the Chicago Art Institute. One of
hn special interests is the
summertime Ravinia Festival in
Chicago. Locally, Mrs. Rautbord
h on the Board of Directors of the
Visiting Nurse Association and
the American Technion Society,
snd has been on the Boards of the
American Cancer Society and the
-\merican Heart Association.
After serving many years on the
Board of the Norton Gallery of
Art, she assumed its presidency
for twc years. Mrs. Rautbord is a
life mr-mber of the Society of the
Four Arts and the Henry
Morrison Flagler Museum. A
member of the original Board of
Directors of the Palm Beach
Festival, she has served in this
capacity for the past five years
and has also been a member of
the Executive Committee. She is
a Grand Benefactor of the
Mr. Heappa says, "Dorothy
Rautbord has been one of the
I Palm Beach Festival's staunch-
, Mt supporters since its inception.
Her contributions have played no
small part in its ongoing sue-
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Jewish Community Center Senior News
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Comprehensive Senior Serv-
ice Center, receives funds from a
Federal Grant, Title III of the
Older Americans Act, awarded
by Gulfstream Areawide Council
on Aging, and the Florida De-
partment of H.R.S., enabling us
to provide transportation for the
transit disadvantaged as well as
a variety of recreation and educa-
tional services.
Transportation is available to
the transit disadvantaged. Call
689-7700 for information.
Programs for the Week
Round Table Talk for Men
Timely Topics for Thinking
Women Joe Greenberg and
Sylvia Skolnik, group leaders,
Tuesday 1 p.m.
Speakers Club Herbert
Sperber, president, Thursday 10
Beginners Conversational
Spanish Ann Blicher, Friday 1
p.m., Ongoing.
Adult Community Education
Classes School Board of Palm
Beach County
The School Board of Palm
Beach County Adult Education
has once again granted the
Jewish Community Center out-
standing classes and instructors
for the winter quarter. The fol-
lowing classes will be offered at
the JCC and two extension
Centers, Temple Israel and Tan-
glewood, Palm Beach Gardens.
Adult Education classes begin
Jan. 11.
-rOil Painting, Mondays 9:30
a.m.-12:30p.m., Jan. 11-Marchl.
Psychology for Everyday
Living, Mondays 1-3 p.m., Jan.
Living With Your Almenta,
Tuesdays 9:30-11:30 a.m., Jan.
-KM Painting, Wednesdays 9
a.m.12, Jan. 13-March 3.
Dancerdse in the Chain for
Men and Women, Wednesdays 1-
3 p.m., Jan. 13-March 3.
Lip Reading, Wednesdays 4-
5:46 p.m., Ongoing.
++WrHers Workshop. Thurs-
day 9:30-11:30 a.m.. Jan. 14-
March 4.
-H-Advanced Writers Work-
shop, Friday 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
Jan. 15-March5.
Know Your Car, Friday 2-4
p.m., Jan. 15-Feb. 19.
+Limited Enrollment Ad-
vanced Registration Required.
Psychology for Everyday
Living, Thursdays 1-3 p.m., Jan.
14-March 4. Extension class at
Temple Israel.
Transactional Analysis, Mon-
days 9:30-11:30 a.m., Jan. 11-
March 1. Extension class at Tan-
gle wood.
++Registration is limited.
New persons and persons who
have not completed two sessions
are eligible. Mr. Frank Bostwick
invites former students and
others to attend the class as ob-
servers. Written material of ob-
servers will not be discussed. Call
Rhonda Cohen 689-7700 for reg-
New Dimensions Jan. 6,
Wednesday at 12:45-2:45 p.m.
There will be a lecture on "How
6th through 12th grades
Thursday, January 14,1982
Sunday, January 17,1982,
2 to 4 p.m.
Jewish Community Center
2415 Okeechobee Blvd.
West Palm Beach
Call Sara Glenn, 689-7700
to save on your income tax
given by Benjamin Ganelea.
Preview for Artiat of the
Month Jan. 7, Thursday at
2:30 p.m. The Comprehensive
Senior Center is presenting Helen
Kalick, our January artist. Helen
started painting in 1962, her first
studies began at the Cambridge
Art Center in Massachusetts
under several teachers. In 1971
Helen moved to Century Village
and still studies art to perfect her
work. She has received several
awards for her work. Please stop
in and view her exhibit.
Prime Time Singles This
group consists of Single Seniors
55 and over who gather for social
functions. Please join us on Jan.
7, Thursday nite at 7:30 p.m. for
"Coffee and Conversation" at
Lillie's. Call her for directions at
686-3392. Watch for further
activities. .
Extension Clasaes The JCC
is delighted to offer extension
programs in various areas. We
thank the community for its aid
in our efforts to reach out to older
adults throughout the Palm
Temple ItraaJ
*** teachers or dtvd
- starting on
hursday. Jan. 14, at 1 p.m. **|nd group of partoTJ
Psychology for Everyday *^ t theJCC a* J
Living," instructor Marty Seyler. upon to work *i.7
Tanglewood starting on
Monday. Jan. 11. at 9:30 a.m.
"Transactional Anaryeia" TA,
instructor Jeanne White.
Poinciana. Lake Worth (Social
Hall) Thuradaya. Jan. 14, at
9:30 a-m. "Joy through Move-
ment." instructor Ceil Golden.
JCC Volunteer Program
This past month 58 different
people provided over 400 hours to
volunteer service to enrich our
JCC program. Senior volunteers
work with preschoolers each day,
and many serve as group leaders
T* > work with
y 8ar3J
wherever needed Tha
Day School ia now
*dpreut program
Wy *> bridge gener,,
and to allow old and -.
share ideas and values. '^*
Jean Rubin, Director off
Programa and Rhonda
program and volunteer"
dinator invite people to bt
part of this expanding
community volunteer
Call Rhonda for an aPPww
and perhaps you will find,
apodal place in the JCC I
For Advertising
Call Staci
at 588-1652
TELEPHONE: (305) 689-51001
\j^j/ Jewish Community Center ofthe Palm Beaches uvUw
W2415 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach 689-77001 f
2nd Annual Women's Day
Sunday, January lo\l982
/jj-Mf Camp Shalom\ /
-Designed for personal growth and
awareness ^x
-Workshops are conducted bymofessiohal
Some of thejrorkshops include:
Managing Your Money
Women's Political Health Issues
Circle of Warmth
Personal Appear/nce Plus
My Jevish/fdentity
^"ging Role of Women j/j^^J
Di.crimingion in Employment
*.t /* V1 ln Harriage
Exploring-Your Creative Potential
M.n.gig/V0ur Ufc ZSSSS^l
For wy*^A+- *" "
Registration deadline- MomU,. t
" "onday, January 4, I9g2
Meet Emanuel Schary
at his Art Exhibition & Sale
--------- .__________ Tut m v.
Saturday, January 9, 1982
7:30 P.m.
at the home of
iErVicRly*.n u Hcnry Blu
2-\ol L ***"* Murray
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, January 1,1
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 9
Letter to
The Editor
comd in Washington to do just
Idi Amin a welcome to Riyadh
merita press commentary. Unless
the press doss so, it leaves itself
open to charges that an oil spill
may be tainting America's ink
Knights of Pythias of Lake Worth Lodge No. 211, as has been
custom, since their ioaadiag, two years ago to be involved and
Heated in cosamsudtj affairs, k ones again in the forefront to its
gnutment to Lake Worth. Presenting cheeks to both a Jewish
jple for the Chasmkah holidays sad to the local Catholic charch for
i Christmas holidays to help those in seed. Among other recipients
j past, has been local hospitals, ambulance corps and units of the
_ Fire Department and Ha Paramedic Units. Both the temple and
church hsve also been recipients in the neat. Photo shows Mr.
bard Movitz (center), Ldge deputy grand chancellor of the Pythian
dge as he presented checks to the Rev. Christopher Stack (left), of
Sacred Hesrt Church of Lake Worth and to Rabbi Emanuel Eisen-
(right) of Temple Beth Shalom.
Guardians of Israel far Anohsi Shalom of Century Village held a
kfset reception on December 9 as a prstuds to larger bond drive
EDITOR: ThtJewuh Floridian
NBC news recently reported
that Idi Amin has been given
refuge in Saudi Arabia, and the
Associated Press in Riyadh re-
ported that Amin publicly
thanked his Saudi hoots for their
"handsome weekly stipend" and
"hotel accommodations.''
On our home front, Mobil Oil
placed ads in the nation's loading
newspapers extolling Saudi
Arabia's virtues.
Why am there no press
editorials condemning the Saudis
for harboring Amin, the mass
murderer, and calling for his ex-
tradition and a public trial?
And how was it possible for our
country to sell AW ACS to a na-
tion who apparently regards Idi
Amin as a friend and ally?
That the Saudis can heap such
kindness on a person who, ac-
cording to Amnesty Interna-
tional, was responsible for the
murder of 300,000 Ugandans
during his eight years in power, is
very disturbing.
Nothing has been heard re-
garding this from the U.N. which
is so quick to condemn even the
smallest disturbance in Israel.
Nor has the press informed us
that Amin, the Third World's
version of Atilla the Hun, is the
recipient of such royal
benevolence from the Saudis.
It is obvious that the Reagan
administration has a fervent de-
sire to avoid embarrassing the
Saudis. In the recent past, Israel
survival concerns were labeled as
p^M"g in U.S. foreign policy.
Yet, a Saudi Prince was
Community Calendar
JOT. 3
B'nai B'nth 3113 -Board- 10a.m.
Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood Board 9:45 a.m. B'nai B'nth
3016 Board 3 p.m. Congregation Amhei Sholom Sisterhood
- Board 9:30 a.m. Jewish Community Day School Board 8
p.m. Women's American ORT Polm Beach Board 10a.m.
Temple Beth El Sisterhood Board 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth
David Men's Club 8 p.m. Temple Israel Board 10a.m.
Jot. 5
Congregation Beth Kodesh Sisterhood Hadassah Tik'vah -
Board- 10a.m. B'nai B'rith 3132 -7:30 p.m. American Jewish
Congress 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith Women Choi Board 8
p.m. Women's League for Israel 12 noon Pioneer Women -
Cypress Lakes Board 10 a.m. Temple Beth El Board 7:30
p.m. Temple Israel Men's Club Dinner Meeting B'nai B'rith
3041 -Board 3p.m.
federation men's campaign cabinet meeting 8 p.m.
National Council of Jewish Women Palm Beach Board 10
a.m. Jewish Community Center Board 8 p.m. Pioneer
Women Ezra! 12:30 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom Men's Club -
Board 7:30 p.m. Temple Beth Sholom Sisterhood 1 p.m.
B'nai B'rith 3113 Board 8 p.m. Womens American ORT -
North Palm Beach County Region Executive Committee 9:30
Hadassah Chai Board 10 a.m. Women's American ORT
Evening 8 p.m. Pioneer Women Theodore Herzl 1 p.m.
Hadassah Palm Beach County Board 10a.m. Hadassah Bat
Burion Board 10 a.m. National Council of Jewish Women -
Okeechobee Unit Board 9:30 a.m. Women's American ORT -
Century Board B'nai B'rith Women Ohav I p.m. Pioneer
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The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Rabbi Edward Conn
Mrs. Ceceil Tiahmaii
MB. Paula Ruth Kim
Midrasha Winter Classes/New Faculty Announced
Dr. Paul Klein, chairperson of
the Midrasha committee, is
pleased to announce the new
courses and new faculty which
will be featured in the Midrasha
Judaica High School program in
the winter term.
The winter term schedule, be-
ginning Monday evening,
January 4,1962 with classes held
at Temple Israel, will feature a
new elective, Love, Sea and
Marriage: A Jewish View. The
course will be taught by Rabbi
Edward Cohn, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Torah of Welling-
ton. In commenting on his rea-
sons for teaching this course,
Rabbi Cohn stated, "It is neces-
sary that our children have a
Jewish background on subjects
such as dating and sexuality,
which especially concern them at
this-age level." Enrollment in the
course will be only with parental
The course will have lectures,
discussions, as well as role-play-
ing, And touch on the problems of
growing up as a teenager,
maturing into young adulthood,
getting married, and establishing
a family. Such topics as inter-
dating and intermarriage will be I
Rabbi Cohn, a graduate of He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, has been in-
volved with Jewish youth groups
throughout his career, even be-
fore bis ordination. He served
with the National Federation of
Temple Youth, and was Rabbi-in-
Reaidence at the NFTY South-
east Camp for thirteen summers.
Another faculty member new
to the Midrasha is Mrs. Ceceil
Tishman, Education Director of
Temple Israel. Mrs. Tishman will
be teaching the Jewish Literature
course which will feature short
stories by American Jewish
writers. Mrs. Tishman has
taught pre-confirmation classes
at Temple Israel for many years,
and presently teaches the con-
firmation class. "I would like to
have provocative discussions in
the literature class, and get the
students to think," Mrs. Tish-
man stated, "since thinking is a
lost art. I hope that these stories
will encourage the young people
to read more."
An additional new offering is a
course on Jerusalem, to be taught
by Ms. Paula Ruth Kass, Direc-
tor of Women's Division of the
Jewish Federation. In teaching
this course, Ms. Kass will draw
from her personal experiences of
life in Jerusalem while a student
at the Hebrew University. She
commented, "Having lived in the
Holy City and experienced its
sights, sounds and flavors, I
would love to share its history
and magnificence with those who
are interested in Israel." The
course will deal with the history,
culture and politics of Jerusalem,
and the students will view slides
and films of the city.
The other Midrasha courses in
this winter term will be a con-
tinuation of those begun in the
fall. Hebrew for beginners and
intermediates will be taught by
Mrs. Rachel Moskowitz and Mrs.
Rachel Stein, respectively
Attorney Esther Zaretsky will be
continuing the course on Jewish
and American Law. Some of the
Midrasha courses are available'
for college credit.
The Midrasha meets once a,
week, on Monday evening from 7
to 9:25 p.m. The winter term
lasts ten weeks. In addition to
regular classes, the Midrasha
students are planning a special
event with a discussion of ac-
tivities for Jewish students on
college campuses. The Midrasha,
is sponsored by the Jewish
Federation of Palm Beach Coun-
ty in cooperation with Temple
Beth David, Temple Beth El,
Temple Beth Torah, Temple Is-
rael Temple Emanu-El and the,
Jewish Community Day School.
The Midrasha is open to all Jew-
ish students of high school age in
Palm Beach County. For infor-
mation about registration please
all the Jewish Federation.
An outstanding professional and counseling agency serving the
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Consultation ond evaluation services
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for the
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Accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools
Mordecai Levow
Dr. Howard B.Kay
2815 N. Plagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida
Telephone 832-8423/4
NEW CAMPUS: 5801 Parker Avenue WeetPaimR.. k .
Synagogues In
Palm Beach County
Altz Chalm Congregation Century Viliaae
Beach Phone: 889-4675 Sabbath services 9V,
W. Palm _
p.m. Dairy services 8:15 a.m. and6:30 p.m.
m. a*
Congregation Anshei Emuna
551 Brittany I. Klnga Point. Delray BMch 33446 Phone 49974m
499 9229 Harry Silver. President Dally services 8 am. andsV'
Saturdays and Holidays 9 am
Temple Israel
1901 North Fiagier Drive, West Palm Beach 33407 Phone six 1
8421 Dr Irving B. Cohan, Rabbi Emeritus Dr. Richard G. Shuo.,
man. President Stephen J. Goldstein, Administrator Sabbatlt&M.
vices, Friday 8 p.m.
Temple Beth El of Boca Raton
333 S.W. Fourth Avenue, Boca Raton 33432 Phone Nv
8900 Rabbi Merle E. Singer Cantor Martin Rosen Sabbath **.
vices Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9:15 am Torah Study with Rabbi
Singer Sabbath morning services 10:30 a.m.
Temple Sinai
at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 188 S. Swlnton Ave., Delray*
Mailing address 2005 N.W. 9 Street, Dalray Beach. 33444 Raw
Samuel Sibrer President, Bernard Ellen Friday services at 8:15
pm Temple Beth Torah
at St. David's In the Pines Episcopal Retreat. Forest Hill Blvd. and
Wellington Trace, Wast Palm Beach. Mailing addreee;1125 Jack Pine St.,
Wast Palm Beach 33211. Rabbi Edward Cohn, Cantor Nlchoiaa FeraM,
President Ronnie Kramer (793-2700V Sabbath service. Friday at &15pm.
Temple Judea
Rabbi Joel L Levine Cantor Rita Shore Barbara Chans
President 1407 14th Lane, Lake Worth, Fl. 33483 Phone 965-
7778 Services Friday evenings at 8 p.m. Meeting at St.
Catherines Greek Orthodox Church Social Hall 4000.Washington
Rd. at Southern Blvd. ____
Conservative Liberal
Temple Eternal Light
at Boca West Community UMC, 8900 Boca West Glades Road (1 mile
west ot Boca Turnpike) The Free Synagogue. P.O. Box 3, Boca
Raton 33432 Phone: 368-1600. 391-1111 Rabbi Ben|amin Rosayn
Sabbath services, Friday at 8:15 p.m.
Golden Lakes Temple
1470 Golden Lakes Blvd.. W Palm Beach, Fl. 33411 Rabbi Joseph
Spelser Phone 689-9430 President. Gar eon Fait.
___M Temole Beth El
2815 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach 33407. Phone 8334339
Rabbi Howard J. Hirsch. Cantor Elaine Shapiro.
Shabbath Evening Service at 8:15 p.m. In
The Sanctuary Saturday murning at 9:30 a.m. Daily Mlnyan at 8:15
a.m., Sunday and Legal Holidays at 9:00a.m.
Congregation Anshei Sholom
hau!.CrVe ^T WMt Pa,m B~ch M40 Ph" 684-3212 Office
Soekto, : w1 P ? ? "^ ""^ Z Schema* Cantor Mordec.i
d m S. 2 *' 8:3 ,m- and 6:30p.m. Friday. 8:30 a.m.. 6
!"m lMCefnfB 'oUowed Sh-W*' Saturday. 8:30
am.. 5p.m. Mincha followed by Shoteeh Seudos.
Congregation Beth Kodesh of Boynton Beach
ph?n0^W'^naloC!ll!rc.h'115-N F#dr' H*y- Boy"10" a****
rnone 7374622 Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin Sabbath services. Friday
815 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
315 n c. TnP* Beth Sholom
f'-I, s'rte'- Lak Worth 33460 Phone 585-5020 Rabbi
tS! fTS"9 c*ntor Job Elman Services Mondays and
Thursday at 8:15 a.m., Friday at 8:15 p.m. Saturday at 9 a.m.
.. w-. Temple Beth David
Reach r'T*' ^y** Church. 10410 N. Military TraU. Palm
JJ.G*rden8 0,fi" 321 Northkk. Blvd.. North P-lm
R-ckoff.SK,?118J" "bhi WUUwn Md.C*ntor tUri J.
" *^thrvfcee. Friday .t 8 p.m.. Saturday 10 ..m.
224 it/ a Temple Beth Sholom
2EUSZ Frlda^Cm33430 ""* ^ ^^ '
.t f ,k r. TempleB'nalJscob
Sri^n ^',t*d.rPre8byUrian Chareh, 27 AJemelda Drive. Pefan
9M^A lwT!mple B'Mi Jacob Preeident Jacob Frant Phone:
dav^.nH Tk j "ervk~- P*e*y t P-m. Saturday at 9 a.m. Mon-
1401 n vw ath 4 B nal Tor,h Congregation
aniuizw s,^,,, j.^,^ FrkJ.y g.,5p m s.turdav9.30am.
578otwes>tlI,f.m,,!l? of "* 5*9 **" Congregation
Friday at a r, I T1 Cant0f Be>njaimln Adlar Sabbath services,
p.m P m- ^'"'^y "- Dally Mlnyana at 8:45 am. and 5 .
North (%,, 0 T?mP, Emanu-EI
Rt>bi7ri,^a^d',P"m BMCh 33480. Phona: 832-0604 .
Temple Beth Zlon
Satu?dayU9,7.m C*m#"* ^^ P*,m B^ch- Frtdy "^ P-1"- *

, January 1.1MB
The Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County
Page 11
iple Beth El Adult Education InstituteWinter Semester
Adult Education corn-
is pleased to announce the
bs for the Winter Semester,
will begin Monday even-
Ian. 11 through Thursday
kg. Feb. 26.
thole new series of the high-
kcessful Life Passagea Lee-
featuring a host of pro-
nal experts will be con-
I on Monday evenings 7:30
11:'Crisis and the Biblical
nality." Rabbi Howard J.
18: "Fear of Success," Dr.
| Rosen.
25: "Becoming an Ex-
fly Effective Communi-
m Intimate Personal
lionships," Dr. Hewitt
1: "Psycho-social Issues
Jeriatrics," Dr. Norman
"Mind Body Link to
i," Dr. Doris E. Hibel.
15: "Death and Dying,"
Indree Wold.
22: "Therapeutic Abor-
A Jewish View," Rabbi
U. Hirsch.
those who want the chal-
of Hebrew Literacy, Mon-
venings 7:30 p.m. to 9, there
|be three Hebrew classes,
ttion AlephBet (reading the
Br and understanding the
kv evening services), with
>rah Poel: Habtt LTShma
versa tional Hebrew) will
nut' with Shoshana Wolner,
3yad HaLathon (advanced
with Renee Seal.
Tuesday mornings, a new
is offered for the first time,
net Jewish Cooking with
lae Allweiss, creator of the
Mae Foods Company in
dngton, D.C. She has cater -
i the Israeli Embassy and all
obassy Row, plus the White
Be President Truman
In't get enough of Ida Mac's
lies. She has taught at the
prsity of Judaism in South-
lifornia and you have seen
many T.V. talk shows and
Temples throughout the
The fee for this class will be
members and $26 for non-
members. This class will be limit-
ed to 18 students.
On Tuesdays, beginning Jan.
12. its Loach with the Rabbi
featuring Rabbi Howard j!
Hirsch with his series on "Great
Books and Ideaa of the Jewish
People." Students should bring a
Dairy lunch. The class will be
held in the Conference Room
from 12 noon till 1:30 p.m.
On Tuesday evenings from
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., another
exciting new class is being of-
fered Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR), beginning
on Jan. 12 and ending Feb. 9,
with five classes two hours each.
This class will be taught by Miss
Stephanie Hirahberg.
Thursday evenings at Beth El
will be a continuation of Cantoi
Elaine Shapiro's classes Adult
Bar and Bat Mitzvah Class, an
overview of Judaism, Laws, and
Customs. This class begins on
Jan. 14 through Feb. 25 at 7 p.m.
to 8 p.m. There will also be the
Womens' Discovery class on the
Eve of the New Moon (Roth
Chodesh). This class will meet at
7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Sun-
day, Jan. 24, Sun., Feb. 21,
Thurs., Mar. 25, and Thurs.,
April 22.
The fee for each course is $10
for members, except Cooking and
Hebrew classes ($15), and $26 for
non-members. Please make your
registration through Mra. Ruth
Levow, Education Director, or
Nancy Ratner at the Temple
Temple Israel Welcomes Executive
Director of Bridges For Peace
Clarence H. Wagner Jr. Presi-
dent and Executive Director oi
Bridges For Peace, will be the
guest speaker on January 8, at
Friday evening Sabbath Services
at Temple Israel. 1901 North
Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach.
Bridges For Peace, is a Jeru-
salem-based, evangelical, non-
profit Organization dedicated to
the building of sincere relation-
ships between Christians and
Jews, while encouraging greater
concern for the peoples of the
Land of Israel. He edits the bi-
monthly newsletter, the "Dis-
patch From Jerusalem" which
carries pertinent and positive
news from Israel, background
material for understanding to-
day's events, and observations
on Middle East developments in
view of the Bible.
This builder of bridges was
bom in the United States in 1953.
He graduated from Graham-
Eckes school; earned his B.Sc. in
Marketing and B.Sc. in Invest-
ments from Babson College in
Wellesley, Ma. in 1975; and a
Masters in Business Adminis-
tration from Oral Roberta Uni-
r ia shown helping the mother of the Sabbath Tan
ad the lather of the Sabbath Peter Lyaa of the Jewish
ty Center'. Korea Orr Pre School.
versity in 1976; all with high dis-
Clarence Wagner has been
actively involved in the life of Is-
rael. In January 1977, he ac-
cepted the assignment as ad-
ministrator of the Spafford Chil-
dren's Center in the Old City of
Jerusalem. There, he developed
over 42 different programs to
meet the preventive and curative
health needs of the clinic's 27,000
patients. It was during this time
that be first met the founder of
Bridges For Peace, Dr. G. Doug-
las Young. After the death of Dr.
Young in May 1980, Mr. Wagner
waa asked to be the President
and Executive Director of
Bridges for Peace where he is
developing more new and vital
programs to fulfill the purposes
of this multi-faceted organiza-
tion. He ia a member of the Iarael
Interfaith Committee, the
Ecumenical Research Fraternity
in Israel, and the Jerusalem
Rotary Club.
He is featured on regular
broadcasts of Israel Radio.
Community is invited to at-
Single Parents
Mike Rosen, Chairman of the
Jewish Community Center's very
active Single Parent Group is
proud to announce that Thurs-
day, January 14, 1982 at 8 p.m.,
Dr. Linda Werner will be dis-
cussing "Getting Back Into Cir-
culation" with the group.
Sunday, January 24,1982 from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. the parents and
children will be spending the day
at the new Metro Zoo in Miami.
Please bring a picnic lunch.
Please call Mike Rosen at 622-
6929 (evening) or Harreen
Bertisch at 689-7700 during the
day for reservations.
Beth Sholom
Jewish Family and Children's Service executive director, Stephen Le-
vitt, addressed the Temple Beth Sholom (Lake Worth) Men's Club.
Sunday morning, December 6. His topic was: "The Jewish Family
Service and You." More than 200 members attended the December
meeting. Pictured (left to right) are Sander Smith, MI). President.
Temple Beth Sholom; Stephen Levitt, A.C.S.W., Executive Director,
Jewish Family and Children's Service; Herman Linshes, Men's Club
President, Temple Beth Sholom.
Royal Palm Beach
To Hold Tribute
The Royal Palm Beach Israel
Bond Committee will present the
Israel City of Peace Award to
Murray Siegel on Jan. 10, at 8
p.m., at the Royal Palm Beach
City Hall. Chairman George Mi-
chaels says Siegel has been
dedicated to the State of Israel
and Israel Bonds for many years.
Murray Siegel is active in
COA, B'nai B'rith and the Jewish
Federation. In the past, he was a
dedicated worker for UJA, and
was selected as their 1961 Man Of
The Year for his work in Bond
Murray and his wife, Jean,
have made three trips to Israel,
the first being in 1968 to cele-
brate Israel's 20th Anniversary.
The Siegel's have two married
children and five grandchildren.
Before moving to Florida five
years ago, Murray had a success-
ful wholesale tire business in Lin-
den, N.J.
Murray Siegel will be honored by
Uie Royal Palm Beach Iarael
Bond Committee on January 10
at the Royal Palm Beach City
Bonds Holding Breakfast
Reception January 10
The National Board of Gover-
nors of the State of Israel Bonds
will be holding a breakfast recep-
tion on Jan. 10, at the Breakers
Hotel in Palm Beach. The recep-
tion is in honor of the formation
of the Palm Beach Society for the
State of Israel Bonds.
This group will be exclusive of
the Palm Beach County Commit-
tee for State of Israel Bonds and
will be confined to residents of
the Town of Palm Beach. It will
set policy and serve as an ad-
visory group for the parent orga-
Special guest at the reception
will be Yitzhack Rager, Interna-
tional President of State of Israel
Bonds. Rager has served the
state of Israel as a diplomat,
journalist, and soldier.
Yitzhack Rager, International
President of State of Iarael
Bonds, wil be the apodal guest
at the founders reception on Jan-
uary 10, at the Breakers Hotel,
for the Palm Beach Society for
State of Iarael Bonds.
Salute to Israel Terrorists' Trial Opens
Temple Beth Sholom at Palm
Coast will hold a Salute to Israel
in behalf of State of Iarael Bonds
on Saturday, January 9, at 6:30
The bond drive is to raise funds
for a canal that is planned be-
tween the Mediterranean and
Dead Sea. Experts aay the canal
will ultimately produce 20 par-
cent of Israel's total energy needs
through hydro-electric power.
Performing ou behalf of tht
bond drive will be Jewish- Ameri
can humorist Emil Cohen.
BRUSSELS (JTA) The trial of two Palestinian
terrorists charged with killing a 15-year-old Jewish boy
and wounding 12 other youngsters and adults in front of a
Jewish youth center in Antwerp July 29, 1980, opened in
that city'8 Criminal Court.
ONE OF the terrorists, Said Al-Nasser, 26, is
charged with murder after he admitted to police that he
threw two hand grenades at the crowd of Jewish young-
sters who were waiting to take a bus to a summer camp.
The other terrorist, Mohammed Hassan, 27, is
charged with complicity. The two terrorists face life
sentences if convicted, which in Belgium means they may
be released after 20 years.

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