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ber to the basement. There, in a
small, dimly lit storage room, he
saw a Star of David stained-glass
Before the rabbi left, he and
the pastor, William M. White Sr.,
struck a deal.
The pastor would allow the
rabbi to take the window for his
museum and the rabbi offered to
make a token donation to the
church. The money will go to the
church's restoration project.
Shortly, the stained glass will
arrive at the museum, which is
listed in the American Automo-
A Florida Sister
For Jewish News
he nation's most successful
publishing group of Jewish
newspapers has expanded
to Palm Beach, Fla.
Charles Buerger, publisher of
The Detroit Jewish News, Balti-
more Jewish Times, and the At-
lanta Jewish Times, has
launched his fourth weekly pa-
per — the Palm Beach Jewish
In less than 10 weeks, the
Palm Beach Jewish Times, un-
der the leadership of Mr. Buerg-
er, associate publishers Sylvia
Boyko Stafford and Arthur Hor-
witz, and executive editor
Michael Davis, has assembled a
staff of some of the best editori-
al and advertising talent the
Palm Beaches have to offer. With
support from the Palm Beach
County Jewish Federation, local
synagogues and communal or-
ganizations, the Palm Beach Jew-
ish Times hit the ground running.
Its Nov. 25 inaugural issue
reached nearly 17,000 house-
"I was absolutely thrilled with
the first issue," said Jeffrey L.
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bile Association Tourbook. The
Detroit addition will be displayed
with artifacts like an eternal light
from a congregation in Camden,
N.J., pieces of stained glass from
around the country, a doorknob
from Cincinnati and a Torah
pointer from an unknown shul.
"Jews have a wonderful rela-
tionship with their synagogues,"
Rabbi Ingber said. "We are more
likely to remember the stained-
glass window than any sermon
and we have a love relationship
with synagogue architecture." D
Klein, executive vice president of
the Jewish Federation of Palm
Beach County. "I thought it pro-
vided a varied and interesting
coverage of our community in an
extremely attractive format. The
first issue not only met, but great-
ly exceeded our expectations."
Mr. Buerger's publications
have a tradition of setting the
standards in Jewish journalism.
He does so by providing exhaus-
tive local coverage backed by com-
prehensive national and
The Baltimore Jewish Times
recently celebrated its 75th an-
niversary as the Buerger family's
flagship publication. The paper
was honored by the Baltimore
Zionist District's Humanitarian
of the Year Award for its -service
to Israel and the Baltimore Jew-